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Fresh update on "cathy" discussed on Meet the Press
"Her arc innovation ETF comes off its best month ever in January. And yet some of the assets in her broader portfolio still have a long way to go to regain the ground lost during a difficult 2022. One of those assets Bitcoin, which Kathy would maintains will exceed $1 million in the next decade. The confidence actually was strengthened last year. Now, last year was a terrible year for everything crypto. But if you think about what happened, it was the centralized opaque players who went bankrupt, FTX, Celsius, three hours capital. And what did we see from Bitcoin? Bitcoin is completely decentralized and transparent. And I remember when we did our research and art laffer, I mention him. I mentioned him the first was on your show. He took us through what Bitcoin meant to him and it was wow art. It's a rules based digital monetary system and it's global and there's no human intervention. It's very disciplined. It's mathematically metered to top out at 21 million units. Well, in the last year the response to the last three years, the responses to COVID that the fiscal and monetary responses that, you know, in many countries are causing hyperinflation and fiscal crises, we're seeing protests and riots all over the place. Well, where do these people go for an insurance policy against an implosion in their purchasing power and wealth? It is in something like Bitcoin. Bitcoin is an insurance policy. And it is an insurance policy for the for everyone, against confiscation of wealth. We did, we tempered a few assumptions. We thought, led by Tesla and block formerly square and micro strategy that more corporations would put coin on their balance sheets. That is that we've dialed that one down considerably. And the same thing with nation states, El Salvador, as they're sticking to their guns on this one and actually are doubling down. I believe in terms of bond issuance backed by Bitcoin. But other countries will probably not. Move as quickly as they might have if El Salvador had had a grand swoosh right off the bat. We do think it will happen. It's just we've pushed it out a bit. So I think our base case going now is in 5 years. I think roughly 670,000, something like that. And then by 2030, as we see more use cases and more of these insurance policies taken out against fiscal and policy regimes are not healthy, we think it could pass a $1 million. We're speaking with Kathy wood, CEO of ark investment management. Kathy Carroll just asked you about the performance in January and she mentioned that it's the best month ever for the ark innovation ETF. The thing is, is that the jump in performance hasn't been met with in the way of flows, with investors putting money back into arc. Perhaps this is because it's been a tough couple of years for the ETF and for many of your ETFs. How do you win them back? Last year, again, a horrific year. I think for the year, our flagship was so AR K, was in flows more than $1.5 billion. And I think that shocked a lot of people. What we saw was averaging down, many of our shareholders did average down, and I think one of the reasons they did is we were out there every step of the way, giving away our research, reassuring our clients that actually innovation solves problems, and we have so many problems now created by supply chain problems. The war created by the fed and the demand destruction which is hurting margins, which technology will solve in terms of increasing productivity. And I want to get into that in a moment because I do love it, Kathy. You've got over a 150 pages in your big ideas for this year, and it's a lot of things that we talk about. What I do want to ask you though, after a 67% drop in our innovation, the ETF last year, and I know it was a tough year for many assets. Do you find any of your investors kind of treating arc a little bit more cautiously? I think one thing that happened last year is we were able with a number of papers. We were, we called it our ground war. We were trying to help investors and advisers understand if you take a look at truly disruptive innovation and you look at other growth portfolios, large cap growth, growth generally, as well as the major benchmarks like the NASDAQ. You won't find much truly disruptive innovation in them. And so as we were getting hit so badly, what we also saw is investors taking tax losses in some of NASDAQ and other strategies. And moving into our strategy, which was hit so hard because they did believe that we were going to rebound faster. We were the hit the hardest, our research would suggest that the $200 trillion that we expect by 2030 to be the market valuation on disruptive innovation that that had changed. That hadn't changed. And so if you have a 5 year investment time horizon, yes, you move into our strategy and, oh, by the way, we are the new NASDAQ, which is one of the ways we were trying to convey, look. If you want to look at the future and truly disruptive innovation, the way the NASDAQ performed in the 80s and 90s, that's where we went. Okay, it looked through that now. You will not find the kind of disruptive innovation. It certainly doesn't dominate those indexes. Maybe 25% of them. That's the perfect segue Cathy to get you to weigh in on what we look for from Apple, alphabet, Amazon. These are not companies that you necessarily are betting on. These are companies that you think can be disrupted. What do you watch for with them? Yes, well, we don't own those in our flagship strategy. We do own them in some of our more specialized strategies. These are the companies that have enjoyed incredible success. They have created big, big markets, but we are seeing a few things. Take Amazon, Amazon is not a social network. We have moved into a world of social commerce, so we own Shopify. Shopify is supporting Instagram and TikTok and others that are taking really social commerce and scaling it. And Amazon will not become a social network. It is not one. If you look at Google or alphabet, everyone is talking about GPT, and we do believe that it is going to put search at risk. Search is 95% of Google's revenues. Now, we also believe, however, that Google is going to harness AI as well. I mean, it owns DeepMind. It is one of the best AI companies in the world. But I think it has been so caught up in fears about legal liability, associated with the dangers that created by what about Microsoft and Microsoft's big investment chat GPT. I think that's the big threat. I think that's why Sundar went to code red at Google. I think they're going to become very aggressive. That, of course, was Kathy wood. She's the founder, CEO, and CIO of ark investment management. 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Caller Supports Marjorie Taylor Greene for House Speaker
"Relate to nominate much you agree. So Georgia, I think, should be a good one. Is that right? So what do you like about Marjorie Taylor green Cathy? Well, I don't really know that much about her. I don't get to listen to the news that Martin stuff, but just I think she'd be a good one. All right, well Kathy, we're going to write you down for MTG as Speaker of the House. I'm sorry to hear. You know, I think there's something going around the country right now. And folks are getting the flu. They're getting sick. I hope you're doing the chicken noodle soup and everything, Kathy. I'm doing a chicken noodle soup and I don't really have a flu. I started out with tons of lighters and now it's on my chest. Oh dear. You gotta get some of it, get some good ice cream, so just good chocolate ice cream. Blue bell is a good brand. So all right. Kathy feel better and thanks for calling in. Folks, Kathy says MTG would make a great Speaker of the House.
Charlie Explains the Math of Maricopa Voter Suppression
"For the last couple of weeks, I've been pouring over the numbers. I say, how on earth did we get the projections that wrong? How did we get or we were off base and in reality we didn't what ended up not happening is 40 to 50 to 60 to 70 to maybe a 100,000 people based on the testimony today in Maricopa County never voted. They were turned away. The lines disenfranchised them. And Maricopa County has not given a micron of admission. To take responsibility, no, in fact, they blame me, they blame you, and they say, why don't you just vote early? It should not be a risk in America. To vote on election day. Period. It should not be something where you have to wonder if you'll be able to find a parking space. And the weeks that led up, Steven richer was asked by this program and many others, do you have the parking spaces? Do you have the toner issues set right? Cut 29 woman from communist Venezuela play cut 29. This is an honor that I can speak because I come from a communist country and I don't want this to become common this country. My family in Venezuela lost everything. And it was dominion machine somehow interesting. First of all, I would like to ask you about the supervisors. Please help me understand how can Cathy Hobbes couldn't say that if state be allowed to run for the election when she never kills herself, anybody? How is she allowed to run for a governor when she never accused herself as a Secretary of State? Can somebody answer this, please? I've been questioning, why is nobody talking about us over the media? She came from a communist country. She knows what comes next.
Rep. Chip Roy: Hispanics Are Flocking to Republicans
"Covered in my first hour How I've run for office I lost you one I didn't get it done Couldn't cross the finish line But you know when you run a couple of times you get the process kind of down and you see a lot of things other people don't get to see him I have not seen an electoral environment turn in the Republicans favor Like this since the Tea Party And I think what's about to happen in 12 days congressman I think it could be I want to get ahead of my skis here but I think it could be worse They're panicking over D plus 12 D plus 13 districts The Democrats Well you're exactly right I mean I think you can look at a couple of the bellwether races and you can see what's going on right The race is down in South Texas or a perfect example where you've got three Hispanic women running one of them is my dear friend Cassie Garcia Running against guys like Henry cuellar who am I like It's a friend of mine but still supports Nancy Pelosi and a radical left And Cathy's running on a strong border security message She's married to a border patrol agent She's strong on border security not afraid to talk about it And Hispanics are flocking in that direction If you look at Northern Virginia and you look at jasla Vega against Abigail bamberger another one where Abigail she's a friend of mine I've worked with her on Bing But again she supports Nancy Pelosi And what you have there is she's running abortion ads I mean they're so out of touch And so out of step with where the average American is right now in terms of what the impact is on their families with respect to inflation with respect to energy costs with respect to crime with respect to what's happening with fentanyl in our community And they're just way out of touch and that radical left is just getting I think that's going to shine on election day and I think it's going to be a big night for the GOP
Could the Deep Blue Empire State Become a Republican Pick Up?
"Cathy holker is in the fight of her political life, the incumbent Democrat governor against a terrific man Lee zelden. Lee zeldin, who is focused on crime. He's focused on immigration. He's focused on fairness. Lee zeldin has also said he's going to oppose the COVID vaccine mandate? Look, we are seeing all across the state of New York. People rise up and now Kathy hochul is admitting she's in a very tight race. In fact, The New York Times says that Kathy hochul is on shaky ground. There are polls out that show Lee zeldin the Republican challenger in the state of New York. Has now taken the lead. Let's go to this cut here. Cut 39. Stories like this, Jesse watters reporting creates dissension, anger, frustration amongst even Democrats in the state of New York, New York has gone so radically liberal. That there's still fight left in the Empire State. Play cut 39. We got an inside look at New York's most exclusive hotspot, and it looks nicer than any of my staff's apartments. There's fresh popcorn. With the movie butter, of course, there's even a brand new foosball table. All the culturally appropriate games, federal funding can buy. And on top of it all, a huge game room that looks more like a Vegas sports book, giant TVs, cozy couch is xboxes, free meals, dry cleaning service, you name it, they have it. So what is that for? What is that four seasons esque set up for? Border jumping illegals that came into our country and broke our laws while New Yorkers can barely afford rent. If you break the law as a foreigner in America, you get treated better than the American. Remember, tyrants always give a preference to the foreigner to the person that doesn't have a connection to the land. They're easier to pander to.
Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More
"Saw you on newsmax the other night. And you were weighing in on the J 6 panel and you said they've been caught in 8 different lives. What are those lies? Well, they lied about Bernie Carrick's travels. They lied about very loud on the colleague of mine. They lied about the tour he gave to constituents. They lied about Jenna Ellis documents. They lied about Eric hershman, White House lawyer, the light about the note written Cathy Hudgens that she wrote it and there was a person said, no, no, I actually wrote that note. They lied about the Secret Service. We've had Secret Service come forward and say that what she testified to was not accurate. And they lied about me twice, they lied about a text message I had forwarded to The White House chief of staff. They said it was from me, a member of Congress when it wasn't. I had forwarded to him from a respected lawyer former inspector general for Don rumsfeld. And then they also took a video quickly where I was on Fox News talking and I was on Maria bartiromo show and the video clip started off with me saying January 6th is the ultimate data significance in a presidential contest. What they left off was the sentence right before that where I said the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that January 6th is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential context because that's when you actually approve the electors. And that changes the entire context of that statement. So we saw that and then, of course, maybe the most important was when Zoe lofgren I remember the committee said, we don't corroborate witnesses testimony. And they didn't ask pat cipollone when he was deposed if what Cassie Hutchinson said about him was true. And his lawyer reported afterwards that if he had been asked to say it wasn't. So that's 8 different false things we've gotten from this committee. And Todd, we don't get to see the evidence. We don't get to sitting on the depositions. We don't get access to the transcripts of the video, the documents they have. We don't get any chance across examine. And so imagine how many other lives they've told the American people if we've caught him in 8 with that limited amount of ebb and we get to see.
House votes to restore abortion rights, Senate odds dim
"The house has voted to restore nationwide abortion rights It was the first legislative response from speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats to the Supreme Court ruling overturning roe V wade ending the constitutional right to abortion It is outrageous that 50 years later women must again fight for our most basic rights The bill passed narrowly by 9 votes Republicans were strongly against it with Washington's Cathy McMorris Rogers arguing it went far beyond roe ever did in legalizing abortion The greatest human rights issue of our generation While the vote marks a new era in the abortion debate the bill itself has little chance of passing the Senate Sagar Meghani Washington
"cathy" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"So any game created with Fortnite with Unreal Engine is going to have great graphics as well. So like core, core is like an Unreal Engine created game, looks very similar to Fortnite, but is actually veering into web three. They kind of announced an integration with web three beyond just displaying your NFTs. They've got a little bit further. So keep your eye on them. They're a smaller platform, right? But fidelity wise. Core. They're owned by manticore games, and they just announced an integration with web three. And we actually use them. So what we did the first bill ringing, so myself and journey, my company did the first bill ringing both in the physical world at NASDAQ market site. And in the metaverse, it's called the metaverse. But it was a virtual space in core. We did it live. So I rang the bell physically at NASA to open the markets, and then my avatar, which was being used by a friend of mine, press the bell also in this virtual world. And we kind of did it all at the same time, went live on television, it was crazy that we actually pulled it off. But yeah, the graphics were higher fidelity. That being said, once again, this is another caveat. If you are a brand and you want to activate, you want to go, you want to necessarily want to go where the players are. Where are the players? Depending on who your brand is and what they want, what they want to attract. A lot of brands were working with our building and Roblox. Some are building a Fortnite creative. So I want to do something in the central end of the sandbox. It really depends on where your audience is, right? But if you're a big brand, like you might as I work with, a lot of them are looking at Roblox or Fortnite creative or some of these other platforms. To activate. So these so called metaverses that are not on blockchain, Roblox, Minecraft. Do you see them being able to make the pivot? They want to make the pivot where people have ownership of their stuff. I don't know. I don't know if they want to make the pivot. I think they might have to eventually make some type of integration or test some type of integration right into. I think with epic, you already start to see some NFT games on the epic store. So I don't know. I think it'll be a transition. Right now, I think it's going to take some time. I think core, what core did moving away from being just centralized into being a little bit more decentralized, it's going to be something that people are going to be looking at. And how everything works out for them. So that will be interesting. I think that eventually they will be testing some of these things, right? Or the other option is, for example, Microsoft, right? Microsoft Activision Blizzard, Xbox, Minecraft, they might try some type of interoperability or decentralization within. It's not even we can't even call it the centralization. But some type of interoperability within their game with their within their universe of games, right? They could try that, but it might still be a centralized space. Well, you know Microsoft is making those moves. They bought altspace VR, right? That's a recent acquisition. And great meeting place.
Amber Athey: Same Story if Trump-Endorsed Candidates Win or Lose
"Primary elections huge Of course amber they want to make everything about Trump but I mean he does it get involved in this cycle He doesn't make it about himself but he chooses Some candidates who run for office and win George W. Bush He kind of stays out generally of the process He's done a few events for camp but he isn't like really dig in Donald Trump said you know what I'm not done man I'm jumping in and I'll endorse who I want when I won You know what Good for him But there's a lot on the line for him He threw a lot of his weight behind mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania And that's not just it You got Madison Cawthorn in a really hot congressional race in North Carolina will know about today and Ted Budd in the Senate race in North Carolina too So yeah these candidates have a lot on the line but a lot for Trump for Trump too Definitely And there's always this narrative that emerges after a Trump endorsed race finishes up and if he happens to have that candidate lose all of a sudden it's proof that Trump has lost his power and the Republican Party and he's not the kingmaker anymore But if you win then you get the opposite article that's talking about how the GOP is a bunch of Trump cultists So it's really impossible for him to win Even if he wins he loses In this case It's so wrong I'm really curious about the Pennsylvania race because this candidate Cathy Barnett has had a really late surge in the polls and is apparently neck and neck with Doctor Oz and Dave McCormick So I think that's the one to watch I have a couple of friends down in North Carolina right now working with Ted bud and it looks like he's going to just run away with this thing So I'll give you my eyes on Pennsylvania right now for sure
With Vogel out, who will fill Lakers' coaching void?
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House panel grills big oil over prices at the pump
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At Winter Olympics, virus fight waged with worker sacrifices
"People like Cathy chan cook clean transport and care for the athletes and otherwise make the Winter Games tick they are sequestered inside a sanitary bubble I have been here for more than one in one month and a half she misses her husband and two daughters there are video calls but it's not the same yeah again Jan Mrs home unless it brings her mom told her this is a great opportunity to see a bigger world for Cathy chan she pictures a reunion with her family at the airport just like on TV or in the movies so sorry a long way hello my name from me and then on that day they can get gathering in the Avalon on so far there have been no reports of the coronavirus leaking from the Olympic bubble I met Donahue
NY Gov. Kathy Hochul Announces Indoor Mask Mandate Will Be Lifted
"Some breaking news. Out of a very, very, very liberal government state government today, New York. Governor Cathy hokku just made an announcement that the masked mandate for people who go into restaurants or grocery stores, or pharmacies, that's being dropped. That's being dropped. You know, workers, customers, visitors had to wear masks in most public indoor settings, including grocery stores, shops, offices. Well, now that's out. She just made the announcement moments ago. And I saw a graphic on Fox News that so perfect. Dems hit panic button over mask mandate backlash prior to the
Which States Proposed New Congressional Maps?
"Texas is being sued by the DoJ which is less the state through its congressional districts with the aim of limiting the impact of minority voters It's not the only red state that gerrymanders are calling to the holder run organization Recent news releases by his group take Republicans and states from Tennessee to Kansas to New Hampshire and Ohio to test for gerrymandering efforts Ohio Republicans map is said to be particularly egregious The Ohio map analyzed by the Princeton gerrymandering project oh I'm sure that's great Gets an F Obama and hold our silent though on Democrat led states Maryland faces multiple lawsuits Illinois congressional map includes several districts that snake narrowly through Chicago neighborhoods and suburbs before spreading out in the nearby suburban and rural areas Reducing the chance that any of those areas could elect a Republican Another district starts on the western edge of the state across the river from St. Louis Missouri and cuts almost all the way across the state that the Indiana line in the shape of an apostrophe Both of those maps got an F two In New York the most recent blue state release its redistricting plan which governor Cathy sign in the law Thursday eliminates for Republican districts Shrinking the Republican congressional delegation by 50% By 50% unlike the Democrats Illinois gerrymander which was thrown together pretty sloppy at the last minute I can only find a few isolated places where in the New York gerrymandering strands Democrat votes in GOP testing and even then we're talking fractions of points cut political editor David wasserman said it's a brutal map in New York for Republicans
"cathy" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"And I still, and you can see how both of those things anger and that feeling of I want freedom end up kind of showing up in the same way, right? Where there's a lot of pushing away or not wanting to play or annoyed at your kids for things that have nothing to do with them. I mean, it does because it's about parenting, but really those issues were mine very early in my lifetime. Those are and again, I don't know how much you share about your, yeah, no, absolutely. You know, your history, but I knew where those things came from. The feeling of not being heard the feeling of not being seen, that's all historical stuff for me. And so I try not to make that my children's problem. I try and keep that mind. But I, what I do want to identify with with you is I myself you all my clients. We all kind of have these different things that trigger us and these different emotional responses. And I always felt guilty about it. Hunter, I always felt like, you know, why am I not the mom who's cooking the meals and feeling grateful that I can be home and I felt that's not how I felt all the time. And I felt bad. But I also realized that I am a very, we all are, not Cathy, but each of us is very we're like an individual human being who grew up with our own history, our own trauma, our own desires, our own goals. And that shows up in how we parent. And if we can honor those things and pull from our strengths rather than focus on the things we don't do well, our days are a lot less heavy, you know, a lot less shame filled. Yeah, yeah. It's kind of a weird paradox between accepting like, oh, okay. I have this challenge. I have this crazy, you know, I have this challenge. And saying, okay, like and not trying to fight against it, but also kind of working on some tools and things that can help with whatever that challenge is for you. You know, understanding taking care of it like understanding your studying your heart studying your mind, whatever that is. Right. And that's the perfect paradox. That's what zen is right there is like one of the quotes I have at the beginning of the book is one of the zen masters always say you're perfect just as you are and you can use a little work. Like they're both true. Like you who you are is who you are because that's who you have become. There's just an inherent acceptance of this is where you are. This is who you are. This is who you came in the world to be, whatever way you want to look at it. And at the same time, that doesn't mean that you can't focus on, how do I get my temper to a place where I feel more comfortable or how do I decrease my need for constant validation? You can still work on those things. So it's like, this is the interesting part of life, but I think it becomes most clear in parenting is the paradoxical elements of everyday situations..
"cathy" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"More help some fine helps share with people who want to find this great information. It really honestly it takes 30 seconds, and I really greatly appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. And in just a moment, I'm going to be sitting down with Kathy Adams. She is the co host of the zen parenting radio podcast and the cofounder of the annual zen parenting conference. She's a social worker certified parent coach. Former elementary school teacher, yoga teacher, and she teaches in the sociology department at Dominican university, where she lives outside of Chicago, and she's one of my teachers. I really feel like Kathy has taught me so much in my life and you'll hear that in our conversation. We're going to talk about how to be a more zen parent. Her new book, zen parenting is a goes through the 7 chakras to discuss parenting issues and how to get into our bodies and have more open heartedness and communicate with our kids. She really has so so much wisdom. I'm so excited for you to join us for this conversation. So why don't you just join me at the table now as I talk to Cathy Adams. Okay, for those of you who have not listened back like, I don't know how many episodes ago was. Kathy, I adore you and Todd, and you guys were like this enormous help for me when I was so frustrated with my daughter and I was like getting on my frustration. I was like, and I was like, how Cathy and Todd and your amazing amazing helped me. And so I'm so happy you're on. And you teach a really kind of different style of parenting that is that is very helpful and really made. Probably the most enormous difference of everything, which was that you pointed to you point to the inner work of healing yourself. You know, because I heard, I was very frustrated at that time with hearing a lot of respond this way, respond this way, and I just couldn't do it because I was like losing my bananas. And your podcast helped point me down the path of like it's about you and it's about modeling for you. So that's a thank you. But I want to just point to that and I was thinking that you write in your new book, which I'm so excited about in the intro, I experience the paradox of loving them better. This.
Robert Durst, New York real estate heir convicted of murder, dead at 78
"Wealthy wealthy New New York York real real estate estate heir heir and and convicted convicted murderer murderer Robert Robert Durst Durst has has died died in in California California he he was was seventy seventy eight eight Durst Durst was was suspected suspected for for years years of of killing killing those those around around him him including including his his wife wife Cathy Cathy and and a a friend friend Susan Susan Berman Berman he he was was on on trial trial for for Berman's Berman's death death last last year year questioned questioned by by prosecutor prosecutor John John Lewis Lewis you you repeatedly repeatedly admitted admitted that that if if you you had had killed killed either either Kathy Kathy or or shoes shoes or or both both of of them them you you would would never never
Dan Bongino's Theory: The Left Needs an Ongoing Fear Campaign to Lock You
"Now I have a theory on it My theory is this The left not all Some of the left is doing this I think Cathy hulk over the new selected governor of New York not elected one I think Kathy hoku Is just not that bright I think she's just doing it The mask mandate in New York to appear like she's doing something It's you know the liberal approach to life You know when there's a problem have the government do something typically when the government does something it typically screws you over But I'm serious I think Cathy hulk is just one I don't think she's ideologically savvy enough to understand the deeper reason that the far left the devious radical far left is really into the mask mandates Gavin Newsom however in California is My theory is this The mask we're visual creatures right We're not you know dogs We don't sniff around the world We're not you know bats we don't do like echolocation and things like that We don't have radar Matt Murdock from the daredevil comics We're visual creatures The left needs an ongoing fear campaign It's my Walking Dead theory right The only way to get you to walk into a prison voluntarily is if you believe what's on the outside is more dangerous like they did in The Walking Dead to get away from the zombies They locked themselves in a prison right The left wants to lock you in a prison too It's an ideological prison It's a prison where you are basically subjugated by the left and they want you to enjoy it and love it Not only that but to advocate for it too but it's very hard to get people to do that Ladies and gentlemen normal people with God given rights born without an a normal healthy prosperous household want and yearn to be free They do That's why jail generally sucks people want to be free The left doesn't want you to be free Their entire ethos is government subjugating you and doing things to you that you can't
"cathy" Discussed on Good Life Project
"I mean, how could it be if you were Byron Katie, to bring her back? She would say, what would be the gift in being rejected? Like, what would be the gift in that? Oh my God, could that liberate you from the bandwidth, you're spending on trying to get everyone's vote? 'cause no one's gonna get everyone's vote. I mean, has there ever been a politician JFK, Hillary Clinton? Has there ever been a person where I was like, they got all the votes, like the whole world stood up and got it. No. No, so I think we can let go of it. And then realize, especially today, you know, you're gonna find your own small group of humans and, you know, Seth godin is a mutual friend of ours and he's become such a mentor to me and he continues to say like how much better it is like so much better for you to have a small group of people who are obsessed with you than it is to try to be Taylor Swift. Like, it's not that interesting, right? Like to try to be vanilla ice cream, which is like number one, right? The people who like rum raisin are obsessed with it, you know? And Seth's example of that is Taylor Swift and the Grateful Dead. He goes, you meet people who like Taylor Swift, they'll say I've seen her in concert. And you say, wow, that's cool. You meet people who like the Grateful Dead and he says they say to you, I've seen 49 shows. This year. A year. Exactly that's right. And you're like, oh, I see, right? Okay, so you can try to be that, or and the Grateful Dead. They never had a hit on the radio. It wasn't, why are we trying to win this race that we don't even need to run? You know? And I mean, look at me. I can go anywhere. I'm not famous. I've had like 8 people recognize me in 5 years. I'm just, I just do my thing, put my head down, do my thing, and yet there's this whole world that's been created. And I'm just I'm literally just a mom, you know, just a person. And yet we remain so afraid. Of that one person. Who doesn't say it's not like they're saying I don't see you for who you are, they're saying what we're terrified of as somebody saying, I do see you for who you are and I reject you. And the universe of other people that say, like, no, I'm cool with that, actually, and I love it. And I want more of it. We are so wired to not acknowledge those people to only acknowledge that people and then to be terrified. It's interesting because when I think about the decisions we make in our lives, so many of them are made not because in the name of expression and impact and love and generosity and all these things, they're made in the name of avoiding the downside, they're avoiding risk avoiding rejection, avoiding being seen in a particular way. And it's sort of like if you think about if you add to either of those sentences by whom you like initially count the number of the people and then you ask how much do they matter in the context of my life on either side. The decision gets really clear, really fast. And yet still we're so guided by so much fear of not being accepted by lack of belonging. And I wonder, especially over the last two years, you know? So much of that is rooted in a fear of isolation and not belonging. And when you compound that with the isolation, like there's literally we're living in a soup of isolation. And disconnectedness, like how much worse does that get? And yet we were talking about in the beginning conversation. I feel like we've gotten there is so much pain. Like it's become the fabric that we wear. So often so much of the day that I think a lot of people now have gotten past the point where they're caring. And they're just kind of like let me look at everything new. Yeah, I think that's all really true and it reminds me of so many things. You're the most fun person to have a conversation with. Is it so delicious? But recently I've been thinking about how and this isn't, you know, a new thought, but it's something that's new, I think, in terms of something we don't think about enough, which is that this idea belonging, which you're saying, it is so innate and my friend Mark grove says all day long we're choosing between authenticity and belonging and belonging will win. 9 times out of the ten. So then you don't really belong who do you belong to? Or you don't even belong to yourself because you're not choosing authenticity, but if you said that your stepmother won't like it. So you just choose to belong and if you said that other thing and you told someone who you voted for what you really eat or oh my God, you're not a vegan, you won't belong. So you just keep choosing the belonging of authenticity. But what I also think is important is that it's the ego that sucks us into the illusion of separation. Because that's where all the pain is, all the pain is I want to belong and there's all the separateness and I want to be with these people. And so I need to earn that. But there is only with it's a joke. It's a fallacy. It's made up. It's a construction. We know that..
"cathy" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Every person is just it's unbelievable, isn't it? Like Mr. Rogers said there's no one you couldn't love once you hear their story. And every time I meet someone, I just want to hold up a mirror and say, do you see? It's like the song do you hear what I hear it? I do see what I see. You're so amazing. It's not that amazing. It's not that unique. It's like, no, I wish you could just put more of you in the world because the world would benefit from more of you. So how do you live a good life? That is the question that we have been asking here for nearly a decade. And my guest today, Kathy Heller, she's been a long, similar journey, exploring the role of intentionality and purpose and presence in a life well lived, raised in a household where mental illness and conflict were more less than norm. She took on the role of peacemaker at the earliest age around 5 and also became this deep observer of human behavior first out of necessity. Then out of curiosity and eventually as life evolved from the lens of calling, Cathy is what I would call a seeker in many ways. After studying mysticism and religion in college, followed by three years deepening into her study of mysticism and self actualization in Jerusalem, she headed back west, landing in LA and looking to make her mark in the world of music. She eventually did, but in a way that Cathy never saw coming. She became so successful in fact that she felt called to share what she had learned, which ended up then creating this cascade launching her into the world of teaching and writing distance learning and launching her wildly popular. Don't keep your day job podcast, which has over 25 million downloads. And I have been a longtime fan, both of her and her work. Her book of the same name don't keep your day job, offers a step by step approach to not just building a purpose centered living, but also a deeply intentional life. Cathy is a sort of modern mystic meets kindness crusader meets creative visionary meets business savant, more simply, she's a walking bundle of love and wisdom. And we talk about it all in today's conversation, so excited to share it with you. And a quick note before we dive in. So at the end of every episode, I don't know if you've ever heard this, but we actually recommend a similar episode, so if you love this episode at the.
Kathie Lee Gifford Explains Who Jesus Is in New Book 'The Jesus I Know'
"Gifford, the book is the Jesus. I know, honest conversations and diverse opinions about who he is. So it seems like already in the title Cathy, you are, you're kind of going out of your way to make a statement that the Jesus that we hear about or that a lot of people have heard about is not quite who Jesus is. In other words, a lot of people have gotten a lot of bad religious ideas about Jesus, and they have kept him at arm's length. And you, in your life, have made an effort to have conversations with people to lead him to who Jesus really is. I believe that Jesus shows up in people's lives in different ways. He's a custom made God. He loves us as individuals. That's why I can't stand this cookie cutter mentality in the culture we live in today look like I do. Breathe like I do. Worship like I do vote like I do, you know, speak just all the same mumbo jumbo. I repel it from it because I recoil from it because that's the antithesis of what God did when he created us. It's so much trouble. Snowflakes have a completely different DNA, millions and billions and billions. And we do too. And then the world tries to make us all the same. And I just believe that that's also why I left college. I went to a Christian college and I left. Because I knew I was different and I said, they should not mess with my difference. God is not pleased when we mess with people's differences. We're like, we're offending him. Wait a minute, I made Eric to be a smart butt. You know to act that way. You know, he can work on that compliment or what was that? He can work on some of it, we'll work together, but our idiosyncrasies and our piccadilly and all those kinds of things are what make us unique. And since you're challenging me now to correct you when you did piccadilly pick it up. Take a little puck a little pick a little bit.
Kathie Lee Gifford Explains the Problems With the King James Bible
"To Kathie Lee Gifford. She just threw shade at King James. Yes. You know the King James that persecuted the Puritans that came here for religious freedom. That bum, remember, but we say, oh, King James Bible. Kathie Lee, you were just saying that the King James Bible, which was written by 12 committees that it's got some problems. First of all, the people who were transposing it transcribing it, whatever you want to call it from the original Greek and the original Hebrew, had never been to Israel. And so they had no geopolitical or cultural contrasts. You know, it's context. So they said they said, no, I know there are many things that are in the King James that you read it, and you think this feels like 16 O 5, England. Yes, first of all, Jesus did not speak the king's English. Jesus spoke Aramaic Jesus and he spoke Greek. And probably a little bit more because this was a trading post. The villa Morris, the road of the sea, along the Mediterranean, getting ahead of myself too fast Cathy's too fast. Was a major trade route to the north south and down to Africa and north to turkey, and on Asia. And so lots of people came through there. And now the worst thing is that everybody thinks Jesus was had been a Carpenter. Because that's what it says in the king's name. But he was a tekton, which is different. He was a builder. He was a builder. And back then, the only thing you could build with really build with was stone. Jesus was a stone
The Omicron Non-Emergency
"The non emergency, according to The Wall Street Journal. The World Health Organization obviously is saying that the new variant poses a high new risk. And that beyond the large mutations in its spike protein, that we don't know that if this has increased transmissibility or could make vaccine antibodies less effective. South African doctors say that the cases are milder and cause different symptoms noticeably fatigue. Many are young people who might be expected to have milder symptoms. But breakthrough infections have also been mild. I don't think it will blow over. But I think it will be a mild disease hopefully. Despite all of this, European countries are now entertaining another round of lockdowns. Because they worried that socialized healthcare systems could get overwhelmed. This is The Wall Street Journal I'm reading from. 92% of adults in America have COVID antibodies. 92%. As of September from vaccines or prior infection. That means only 8% of America hasn't yet been exposed to the virus. Governor Cathy hoka, who of course is trying to win another term, she hasn't even won one term. Let's just say, when a term as governor, she's the accidental governor, she's like Gerald Ford. She she thinks that you become governor of New York by sewing fear and having total shutdowns and lockdowns, somehow that is something that state of New York wants.
Lucy in the sky: Spacecraft will visit record 8 asteroids
"NASA is set to launch a series of spacecraft to visit and even bash some of the solar system's most enticing space rocks the first Gadgil launches early Saturday a robotic spacecraft named Lucy is up first Lucy will set the record for the further solar powered mission traveling five times further from the sun than the earth systems engineer Jessica Lounsbury says it will go on a twelve year cruise to swarms of asteroids out near Jupiter Cathy open with the south western research institute says there are a lot of missions for Lucy one of them is to map the craters across our services the service of the Trojan asteroids we're gonna look for craters smaller than a football field about seventy yards across barely a month later and impactor spacecraft named dart will give chase to a double asteroid closer to home the mission will end with dark ramming the main asteroids mon let to change its orbit a test that could one day save earth from
"cathy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Cathy DeWitt down along with Steve. Ringo. Thank you so much for joining our show today. We're glad that you're with us and Steve, you are so humorous behind the scene. You just You just give gift gift gift gift. I do. I wish sometimes we could just leave the mic on and have you just The Lord's What? Looking out for me? Steve is a pretty funny guy is pretty entertaining to be here behind the scenes. Well, that's what makes our firm so special as we we've all known each other for quite some time. I mean, I think you and I first met over probably 20 years ago. And everyone else here. You have an aged. Actually, I did see a picture that your wife put on Facebook and I was like you remember? Wow. Back when I was mixing up some guacamole when I was 18 19 years. Yeah, figure in life out, but definitely haven't figured out now. 39 3 Kids one in middle school to an elementary, but we're still learning. Yeah, well, you know, I think probably when you hit 40. And by the way, I'd also like to disclose that I am not married to Steve. I don't I get this like so many times during the week, and they're like, Oh, my gosh. And your husband on the radio so great. I'm like, um No, My husband's been on the radio one time and that was probably like 12 years ago is like, uh, you know, they would know too he is is is something he is. Is a firecracker. He is. I wouldn't say a word if he was on the radio show. Just be sitting here. Listening. Oh, my gosh. She was pretty. He was pretty entertaining. And a few of his friends heard him on the radio. And they called him. They're like, What are you doing? He said, Well, you know I was born. I just went up to you know, Cathy studio was like, Oh, my gosh. So he's on board these days. That's for sure. 20 busy? No. Uh, no, but I mean, it is a lot of fun here and plus we just finished our offices. We finished them out in the Dallas area and added several 1000 square feet. Still waiting for some furniture to arrive. As everybody knows if you're out there looking for furniture, there's nothing to buy. They'll take your money and place your order. But you may not be getting it for a while. So that was a little bit of a shocker Conference table to when you and then when you get it, it's been through. Some of the shipping issues now are made. Things are broken, Scratched, scuffed. Well, they say, because a lot of step obviously comes from From China, and that The boats that are coming over are so delayed. So which is unfortunate, You know another interesting things. So my friends have a house out and Saint Helena, California and the wildfire just ripped through their neighborhood like crazy and all the big trees. They had to cut down because of fire containment. You know, they had to cut down a whole bunch of trees and stuff like that. And I found out in ST Helena that I was interesting that China is buying all of that would Wow and then they're going to take it back, and you can use it because it's just charred on the outside and I thought, Oh my gosh, That's just crazy buying, buying everything they are so Yeah. So It's crazy world right now, Mr Ringo. It certainly is. And you know, the temperature that we're getting from a lot of people that are listening to the show and calling in and coming in to visit is the really concerned. I mean, we've seen some volatility here in the marketplace that is scaring a lot of people. You know, they've maybe a week ago or two weeks ago. They were at their all time high, and then now it's off 345%, depending on the positions that they have and No one likes to see their account value drop. And the nice thing about the strategies that we've been talking about on the radio today for our solve for fixed income allocation is the fact that when you roll over a million 2,000,003 million, whatever the amount is 500,000, that amount of money is protected from stock market loss, depending on the strategy that we're talking about whether it's The fixed annuities, which is more of a shorter term cash management strategy, or the index annuities, which give you the ability to employ a 0% floor but have the upside potential, and one of the strategies that really gives us some good upside is that monthly some strategy that Cathy talked early on in the show That gives you the ability to have a double digit return, because if you're able to make 1.5 or 2% per month. I mean, you can just do the math, You know, In a perfect scenario, you have the ability to have, you know upwards of a 20% return. Now that has to be perfect, But at least it gives you the opportunity to do so because the other asset classes That they fixed index annuities competing with pretty much They don't give you upside potential. You know exactly what you're going to get, and that's what it is. The interesting thing is the woman that I was speaking of earlier is in her early eighties, so it's a shorter term contracts on said then that's a little longer between 7 to 10 years you're going to get higher monthly cap, so this is shorter term, so she's able to make A little over 1% per month. So if I go back and look at the last 12 months of the market I can go all the way back to September of 2020, the S and P was only up 20200.8%. So she got the full 0.8 and then every single month Yeah. October November, December January, February March in only went up 0.86 because that's what the market did. And then we got April. May the market down, went down 1.3, so we went down. But then June, July and August, we got our full 1.5%. So when I add those some of the 12 months up, she made 9.75%. And this was her CD money that she was sitting around making zero. So we went from 321,000 and a four year period now 300 just shy of $396,000. And that monthly cap is based upon the S and P 500. She's thrilled like she has a whole. She's A little bit more money that she wants to give me But I said, I'll talk to you next week about it because she's like I'm sitting. I'm in the money market at the time. Like she has money, Marcus. She see these, and she also has bonds. And I said, Hey, you know, like We're not going to touch your bonds and all that other stuff..
"cathy" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Her children have disappeared from the comic after charlene has gotten married and had two children. Cathy continues to pursue the idea of being an optimized woman. And it's just as impossible as it ever was third way. Feminism sought to address a lot issues like rape and domestic violence the fight to preserve reproductive rights when conservative after conservative tried to remove them and included race class and trans rights in a more meaningful way in their platform. They ultimately lacked a clear goal. I would argue that one of the greatest accomplishments of third wave. Feminism was moving organizational efforts across mediums in the nineties riot girls pioneered jeans and by the two thousand ten's the movement had been brought online many save. Fourth wave feminism. What's happening right now. I kind of reject the whole thing anyhow. But it's the clean way to organize a podcast. Here's my question. Why have feminists not embraced or even engaged with cathy at any point. It's very possible that there's just a million bigger fish to fry but different areas of different movements have found the time and energy to rally around other fictional women of different movements. Think you're mary tyler. Moore's your joe marches. Your lisa simpson's coming. Stacey have waited my whole life. Da you speak. Don't you have anything relevant to say. Don't ask me just a in on hating kathy. A twenty eighteen essay in the comics journal writer. Juliet con takes a guess. But what if the feminists why is there no defense from them..
"cathy" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Your day job. I mean this podcast has been featured in the number once under the get motivated. Podcasts on apple podcasts. In so many other rankings. I mean i'm not going to get into but it's really a great show and i love everything that you're doing cathy thank you. Thank you again for coming on the show. And you just really. I think personally. I feel like you are able to really clear out a lot of the fog and a lot of confusion and it's funny because lately i've been telling different people in my life like it's weird have been able to see certain gifts on them. But it's usually lifetime like a spiritual gifting like i was saying like you're a motivator. You know you bring people's level way up. You know. If i wasn't married to her. I don't know what i'd be doing at rice. Still actor but you know. I see other people's gives up for you. I just feel like you're somebody who carries the life. You're you're rather people's that they can see a path clearly and just in. We've talked so much so much about quitting your day job and moving onto bigger and better things. But the way in which we're able to articulate it today i feel like just don't inspiring and is really giving people the keys or the lamp to their feet to see where they can go now. What if you talk about feeling seeing. I mean i do people's podcasts. A lot but i can't think of another person who's said it so generously the way you just said what i do and mean so much to me and You know i. I lived in jerusalem. Before i moved to la. And i feel like i just trying so hard with every day to connect people to year significant you matter. You're here to make an impact and you can and it's gonna make you feel so good. And so i feel like you. You know the three of us are really trying to do that. Kind of work And that's when everything changes right. It's not just about like. How do i make money at something it's like. How do i recognize that. I'm so important in. The world needs something that i have to do and people need me so on the other side of all the discomfort. It's gonna take to start my blog or to whatever you're going to be creating just know that there's people on their side. We're going to be so grateful that you push through that because you're going to be the thing in their day that lifts them up. That makes them feel good. And that is so worth fighting through not resistance and by the way every time each person gets in line with okay. I do want to do the thing that brings me joy. It's not just that you're going to probably live somebody else up. 'cause you're gonna be selling your jewelry and you're going to be making things and writing songs or poetry. You're going to give other people permission that they're also put here feels so much pleasure like maybe the whole reason we're here is not what i sat about being quote unquote realistic growing up. Maybe we're supposed to relies at our time. Here is so precious and we're to be just consuming as much joy and touching other people to the depth that we can like. That's that's the race that were on his. Like how much. How much can. I go to bed at night knowing that i was so productive because i got sidewalk chalk and i dance in the rain and i blew.
"cathy" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"It's not enough. It's not enough for taylor swift and beyond say and steve jobs. Well he's passed away but anybody big like that. It's not enough for them to try to do the work for all of us because we really you don't wanna be in communities of like three million you wanna be in small communities and so there's a lot of work to be done and we can all take a piece and and do the work and connect people and it's not a big cost to pay for somebody to spend you know one hundred dollars a month on whatever you're creating and that could turn around and make you three hundred thousand dollars a year and you might be just speaking to a few people every every month and you might love it so there's just so much to do and it becomes so much easier when you make a granular like this as opposed to like it's it's or nothing i'm either you know rachel ray or i'm never going to go in the kitchen because there's no point that's not true man cathy. I am just like my everything that you said in this episode. I'm like man. I wish we could seriously dude as for like two three four hours that you're saying is just so spot on. I feel like we are living in a world right now. That needs to hear. This message is just so powerful and so true. There's plenty of room on this planet for each and every single one of us to live out our purpose to get out there into us our gifts. I cannot wait for your book. That's coming out in the fall called your day job seriously so excited about that because i mean. I'm sure you're gonna have even more incredible. Little golden nuggets in tokens in this book. Aac urging people. But in the meantime i encourage all of our listeners to go check out her podcast or honing.
"cathy" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"In order to license your music than i called ad agencies. Would you like to send a representative sure okay. Cool is starting to be this really fun thing i did. I did like ten of those in in person. Until i finally got a call from a woman who lived in boston and she said i wanna come like. I don't live there. Can you create an online course to help. Artists know how to license their music to film and tv. And i said no. That's like japanese to me. I don't know what you're talking about. I didn't even have an instagram account or an email lists or anything anyway. I decided i would like to give it a whirl. Why not and I created an online course and it made a million million dollars made a million dollars. A year We had five hundred students in a year and it was a two thousand year long program whereas essentially one hundred eighty five bucks a month for me to coaching every week and then hired assistant coaches and then one of the people in my class said you know what cathy you're. You're you're talking about songwriting. That's like ten percent of the time and it's really specific but ninety percent of the time you are helping us as creative figure out how to monetize or doing every creative person needs us and you should start podcast. And i'm like i don't know what that is but let's do it and so we started a podcast with again no instagram. No email is just like students in my course. Basically five hundred people in the world. You know who who. I was and I just have to say like hearing your story in this way. You know like you said you take your mess and it becomes your message but since you from your childhood even to the point of you in your early twenties going to l. a. Chasing.
"cathy" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"He texted his ex to let her know how grateful he is for their past relationship and he did it the day before his wedding to another woman. A lot of people are really actually inspired by the. Thank you text messages. One woman got from her ex. The techs started with high. Is this alexis number. She said yes. Who is this. Of course classic response. He said remember me she said. Oh what the f. l. well what's up dude. And he said. I'm getting married tomorrow. I wanted to send you this message. Fiancee knows i'm sending it to you by the way. Thank you for being my first love. Thank you for always encouraging me. Thank you for keeping me out of trouble. Thank you for the time. You took care of me. When i was sick and depressed. Thank you and it kind of goes on a little bit but oh it's a really long tax. I'm not gonna read it. All you guys will have to look at it. But basically she kind of helped him through and then he ended by saying you taught me love. You taught me how to deal with my anger how to deal with my depression and how to live life to the fullest. And i'm grateful for you. I wish you love and happiness. Whoa so she actually tweeted that he put that up on the twitter twitter sphere the tweeter 'isms and tear and he just said like dude. I'm crying first of all. Congratulations on all your beautiful blessings. That are coming your way and basically ends it to say. I'm so happy for you that you found the woman you want to be with forever. I'm happy you're happy. So we also says here that his his his wife to be knew that he was texting her. So it wasn't anything like hidden or scandalous. You know he's like i'm gonna texas girl. I what do you think about this then. It doesn't matter what i think. Is the twitter verse. Went in and they clap back on. This guy's i'm reading it now. In the the you know how twitter sometimes goes in. Somebody said this isn't beautiful to me but that's just me. I interpreted even though we were both kids. You taught me how to love someone else. I wasn't perfect for you now. Perfect for another person. I understand but that's a no basically no a lot of people. I think were inspired by this. Here's here's here's the message from it. The message was is that somebody that he loved along. You're right because look. I only read three negative comments in the said but most of the reply show that people are just touched by this well. It's a beautiful thing i mean. I think i think so many people. They don't learn how to what's that song. If you love somebody staying free said damn it's honestly just an active maturity. I think that's what that is you know at the end of the day for you to be able to obviously forgive your past and to be able to to move forward into sort of reach out to that person and just say thank you. I mean that obviously is a grand gesture right before his wedding. Why does the last of the communication after be gloom-and-doom. Why can't you send somebody a nice thing. It's been like you really impacted my life in a beautiful way and it didn't work out. But i wish you the best and i wish you happiness and i think there should be more of the i mean. I thought it was cool. I think so too. I mean but i'm not going to be texting my head. We both we both ended. Ended it with our ex. I think in a pretty mature way like there's really no beef goes like twenty twenty years old and i don't think i was mature at that point. I wish i loved you then new you then. You're so cute. He liking again ladies. You can feel it like a thank you. Oh my gosh okay. Alright so coming up guys. We've got cathy. Heller on the show. You guys are no she. She started out as a singer songwriter. Which is crazy. Because now she's got this hit podcast and her i found success was licensing her music to television as but then through that she ended up realizing that she wanted to inspire and teach others on how to grow their own career so literally two weeks after her third daughter was born. She started her top podcast. Her podcast is called. Oh keep your day job. And she's just having honest conversations with successful.
"cathy" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Let's get you taking care of them. I think we need a drummer. We were getting that close to being back from this eight week. Hiatus dang it is almost over. This is the last episode. But i just wanna say thank you to everybody who left a review. Let us know what the heck you want to hear in your three you guys. You're three third times the charm we want to do it the best that we've ever done it before and the only way we're going to do that if you let us know what the heck you want to see or hear or listen to on the show so just leave us a rating review. We have been reading those. I see them in their duly noted by the way and the last show before. we're back cathy heller. You guys don't keep your day job. She is a fantastic podcast or somebody that is near and dear to our heart man. Wow this chicken really awaken your passion you guys. We are so thrilled to have her on all running the show. Bag of course Before suzanne and i come back it's kind of like a pre to the comeback. You know what i mean so there it is. I don't know i'm talking like alec baldwin. Dang it's been a good summer. Thanks for sticking around when we'd been gone you guys. We can't wait to be back with you. This is the last week we'll be back next week. He goes but before that stick around. It's about to get good law man. You know what the words are to that. Talk babe mumble little bit and just go with it. Isn't there like isn't there like a fake version. That goes like pink pajamas. paying lynn's on. I've never heard of that. But oh my gosh you guys know why. We played that as our intro. This week right lion king is back. We saw the movie last night. And i will just tell you guys. I was bawling my eyes out. The second i saw move faucet. 'cause i knew what was going to happen. They did you love the movie. I was really impressed by this movie. Because honestly so far the disney movies that have come out. The action quite was like. Oh yes. i think this was great. I would give it like eighty five out of one hundred. What i would have given it ninety five out of one hundred. Beyonce eighty ninety ninety now. The peer pressured me. I loved it. It was funny. Because even i you know coming from the radio. Tv news background like in college. You know they. It's true when they say once you start studying film you'll never watch a movie the same again. How many times were we like analyzing the different scenes. The shots the graphics animation. I was just really impressed. Because i was actually into it. I wasn't so much focused on that stuff. Like i usually am because it was so good. Just takes away from the fun of it but i mean i thought it was. I thought it was really really good. And that was my favorite movie. As kate. i knew every single line. Who like what was your favorite line for growing up like what was kind of like your favorite part or wine growing up. I just loved so tough. I loved like the i don't know the tone kumba encounters like the hook luna matata and they did a really good. I'm not going to give spoilers. I'm just gonna stop there. Here's the thing this is why we're talking about. It aren't necessarily spoilers. Because but then you find yourself like being like in the movie. They'd be like what's going to happen and then you'd be like wait. I know it's gonna have my sister texted me right the day before we were going to watch it. And she was little and my group chat they were like. Oh my gosh. When move fossett died. It was just so and i literally was like you guys. No spoilers and everyone of the group chat was like crickets crickets. Like you know what's going to happen. I guess it's because i didn't know how they were going to depict it. You know what. I mean in the movie so guys. I don't wanna hear about any of this. I haven't seen lion king. I highly suggest that it was really good. It didn't ruin the original. I think it just made me want to watch the original. We got home. I definitely want to watch it. I think i've seen that movie over fifty times down to watch it again. 'cause dang it's a good story but you know what was good about this one. Is that the way they depicted the story and how it felt so real because it was live action it kind of made it really deep like there were ads in the movie i was like. Wow that was really the way that scar the evil brother looked. It was just a how they had they did. It looked real related. Like it looked real like a really scruffy lion and all the themes about like simba. Take your place as my son and like just like so powerful insight. It's about like a kid who's like neglected and he loses identity and he like comes back to the good life. We should have a good life movie. Playlist of like sweetie's so when i came home i had to make sure i could cut sweet. She's my sweetie old. All right you guys well. Before we get to cathy heller. Of course you've got to get to your news. Bull- we insert applause here. Okay so this first story. We're actually we're kind of going back to movies here it's about. I don't know if you guys. I didn't know this until i saw it on. Good news network. Not work but tom. Hanks is going to play. Mr rogers in the newly released trailer A beautiful day in the neighborhood which is a movie that is coming out this fall that the movie already came out nobody. That was a documentary that we saw last year which also moved us to tears. I mean dang that movie was like. Wow so inspiring. Did anybody out there. See this movie. The the fred rogers documentary. I mean that guy was he was amazing. Talk about somebody who is dedicated for today. Go on google type and fred rogers at the academy awards. His speech man. That's gonna make you cry. Yeah but apparently this this is about. It's a film about the friendship that developed between mr rogers and a cynical journalist named ton nod who was signed to write a feature on the television icon back in the late nineties. And so i'm guessing there's going to be an interesting relationship going on In the movie. But you know it's played by tom. Hanks who. I feel like in his own ways and other mister rogers to our generation you know he's beloved by so many has such a great reputation in hollywood and pretty much everything he does so. I'm excited to see that. That actually comes out thanksgiving coming out thanksgiving. That'll be so cozy to go. Watch after you know we stuff our faces which by the way you got southern black in your from the migas tacos breakfast on the bottom right to got it yeah. It's like a big pepper from all the breakfast tacos. We need about texas like the tacos and tacos zero. Ooh oh my gosh on another level. What's the next door from the good news. Luik all right so this good news story of the week. It's a little bit different than your story. this is a guy texas is x. Right before his wedding. And it's actually really wholesome actually put the tax up here on the site Before i get into that..
"cathy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Cathy DeWitt done along with Steve Ringo. Thank you so much for joining us this very warm summer weekend. And good weekend to you, sir. Good weekend to you, Kathy. It's great to be here. Yes, indeed. It is warm and it is summer and, uh, Everything's open. It is. It's great. Oh, my gosh, I was just looking. I had got a couple of email blast from the airlines and things that is just amazing. Everything really is opening Except for Sydney, Australia. You want to go there? You can't But, yeah, it's just amazing. You bring that up. We have a newer client that was literally looking at moving to Sydney to be with her daughter. She just recently retired from Richardson. I s d over 30 years of service there, and she's just waiting for them to open their doors, And she's thinking it might be. October November of this year, So yeah, it's crazy. Yeah, well, the great news is at least in Texas. Everything is pretty much back to normal schools are going to back back to session. My poor daughter. Brooke is not going to be remote teaching anymore. She's disappointed by that. She loves it, but it's good to see a lot of people coming back. And, you know, being in an elevator in our building with people that aren't wearing a mask. We're moving back into our suite here in the next week or so. I mean things are Everything's looking up. Everything is looking up. That is, that is for sure. Except for the markets the last couple of days, right? Exactly. I mean, there's a great article that came out here from Kip Kip longer regarding the perfect storm for retirees, So there's three major concerns were very familiar with with two of them because it's all All of its all that the media is talking about at the moment, you know anything from low interest rates to inflation, But the number one reason is something that we focus on each and every weekend, which is the continuation of the paycheck, and that's longevity risk. I mean, you take a look at the transition from defined benefit plans to 401 case and the fact that companies were able to shift the liability to the workers really created a problem, especially when you take a look at where we're at in a low interest rate environment because people right now are forced to either keep their money in a risk. The situation with volatility or in a Cash management strategy. That's just not paying enough. But what I've been saying recently with people that have been managing their four Oh one K is their version of managing. It is the fact that they log on about once a year because they're working. They're contributing the money to their 41 K plan. They're getting their match. They don't know what funds to pick and typically you take a look. Okay? I'm going to be retiring 10 or 15 years or, you know, five years and they have all these like little arrows of what you should be doing. But the bottom line is is all the money that you need to actually replace your paycheck. You got to be very careful about The risk component that you have in it. We need to mitigate the risk cause you need that money to be there in this market. Let's face it. I mean, with 12 years we've been on him a great run, but basically as we all know And we all have an all time high. We It's followed by an all time low, and you know people really saw a lot of growth here recently in the retirement accounts if they were actively trading or managing them, But for the most part, a lot of people didn't see the growth that we're hearing about, because maybe they had the 60 40 split, where they have 40% and fixed income, which is making 0 60% of their money in the equity market. And then maybe a few $100,000 sitting in cash, so basically half of their money is earning zero. So there is a better way, especially if you're looking to slate that money for future income later down the road. Exactly, And the strategies that we're going to talk about today will give you the ability to make money to make good money when the market is moving in a positive direction. But in the event that the market turns around and heads south, you have that protection in place that stop loss that if Million dollars goes into a strategy if the market falls 10 2030 40% Guess what? Your millions still a million and then you're able to take advantage of the lower index level and then ride that up and lock in your growth. Well, hopefully, if people are listening today, they will give us a call because one of the challenges that I've been seeing Steve is is that people are like, Well, I'm going to give you a call and and shift over my fixed income positions. To you after the market has a big decline. I'm like, Well, why would you do that? Because that's the worst thing you should do. And investing is start to get out when the market is going down. You know, people don't really think about that. They want to just wait until there's like some big event that happens and they'll get out. But you've lost a lot of capital or, you know potential. You know all that growth that you received. It's all of a sudden is evaporated. But the biggest challenge is is the strategies that Steve and I are talking about. Today. The annuity world is totally changed is the fact that these have been underwritten with the market being at an all time high? And what the companies have to do to keep their ratings is to put it into some long term investments. And when we have a market correction, those strategies that they have to put your money in are not available. And I go back to 2000 and eight were a lot of the annuity company, Steve. We're not taking any money and whatsoever because if they were to put it in a different investment grade that would reduce their ratings, and once year rating goes down, it takes years for it to come back. So the companies that we've been working with their ratings never went down, and they have high ratings right now, which is really what you want to look at. When you're thinking about generating a retirement paycheck later down the road. It's not necessarily about today is where they're going to be in the future. And so you definitely want to take a look at these strategies right now, especially with the rates that we have. We did see our 3% rate dropped down a little bit. This past week, just because The market's pretty volatile and if we look at the 10 year Treasury rates are not moving up right. So for everybody that's out there. If you feel like Kip linger and you see that there's a perfect storm brewing, and that the writing is on the wall, pick up the phone and call us today. I know a lot of you will be getting to the point where you're traveling or you are travelling at least make that contact. A lot of folks have taken us up on the advantage of Senate over their statements so we can get to work for you While you're traveling the phone number that we can be reached at Calls are being answered live is 972473 47 100 again? That's 972473 47 101 of the things too is is that with the summer A lot of people will go on vacation and just kind of forget about their portfolio, which is really kind of a dangerous thing. So when we're taking a look at our fixed income allocation The strategy is once again that we're working with. I mean our rates depending upon the company, Steve or, you know, especially if you buy up the return. You know, they're double ditches. I mean, why would you want to wait and let the rate go down? When you know that you could lock it in now, right And to.
"cathy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Cathy DeWitt done along with Steve Ringo. Thank you so much for joining us this very warm summer weekend. And good weekend to you, sir. Good weekend to you, Kathy. It's great to be here. Yes, indeed. It is warm and it is summer and, uh, Everything's open. It is. It's great. Oh, my gosh, I was just looking. I have got a couple of email blasts from the airlines and things that is just amazing. Everything really is opening Except for Sydney, Australia. You want to go there? You can't But, yeah, it's just amazing. You bring that up. We have a newer client that was literally looking at moving to Sydney to be with her daughter. She just recently retired from Richardson. I s d over 30 years of service there, and she's just waiting for them to open their doors, And she's thinking it might be. October November of this year, So yeah, it's crazy. Yeah, well, the great news is at least in Texas. Everything is pretty much back to normal schools are going to back back to session. My poor daughter. Brooke is not going to be remote teaching anymore. She's disappointed by that. She loves it, but it's good to see a lot of people coming back. And, you know, being in an elevator in our building with people that aren't wearing a mask. We're moving back into our suite here in the next week or so. I mean things are Everything's looking up. Everything is looking up. That is, that is for sure. Except for the markets the last couple of days, right? Exactly. I mean, there's a great article that came out here from Kip Kip longer regarding the perfect storm for retirees, So there's three major concerns were very familiar with with two of them because it's all All of its all that the media is talking about at the moment, you know anything from low interest rates to inflation, But the number one reason is something that we focus on each and every weekend, which is the continuation of a paycheck, and that's longevity risk. I mean, you take a look at the transition from defined benefit plans to 401 case and the fact that companies were able to shift the liability to the workers. Really created a problem, especially when you take a look at where we're at in a low interest rate environment because people right now are forced to either keep their money in a risk. Two situation with volatility or in a Cash management strategy. That's just not paying enough. Well, what I've been saying recently with people that have been managing their four Oh one K is their version of Managing. It is the fact that they log on about once a year because they're working. They're contributing the money to their 41 k plan. They're getting their match. They don't know what funds to pick and typically you take a look. Okay? I'm going to be retiring 10 or 15 years or, you know, five years and they have all these like little arrows of what you should be doing. But the bottom line is is all the money that you need to actually replace your paycheck. You got to be very careful about The risk component that you have in it. We need to mitigate the risk cause you need that money to be there in this market. Let's face it. I mean, with 12 years we've been on him a great run. But basically as we all know when we all have an all time high, we it's followed by an all time low, and you know people really saw a lot of growth here recently in their retirement accounts if they were actively trading or managing them, But for the most part, a lot of people didn't see the growth that we're hearing about, because maybe they had the 60 40 split, where They have 40% and fixed income, which is making 0 60% of their money in the equity market. And then maybe a few $100,000 sitting in cash, so basically half of their money's earning zero, So there is a better way, especially if you're looking to sleep that money for future income later down the road. Exactly, And the strategies that we're going to talk about today will give you the ability to make money to make good money when the markets moving in a positive direction, But in the event that the market turns around and heads south, you have that protection in place that stop loss that You know, a million dollars goes into a strategy if the market falls 10 2030 40% Guess what? Your millions still a million and then you're able to take advantage of the lower index level and then ride that up and lock in your growth. Well, hopefully, if people are listening today, they will give us a call because one of the challenges that I've been seeing Steve is is that people are like, Well, I'm going to give you a call and and shift over my fixed income positions. To you after the market has a big decline. I'm like, Well, why would you do that? Because that's the worst thing you should do and investing in start to get out when the market is going down. You know, people don't really think about that. They want to just wait until there's like some big event that happens and they'll get out. But you've lost a lot of capital or, you know potential. You know all that growth that you received. It's all of a sudden is evaporated. But the biggest challenge is is the strategies that Steve and I are talking about. Today. The annuity world is totally changed is the fact that these have been underwritten with the market being at an all time high, and what the companies have to do to keep their ratings is to put it into some long term investments and when we have a market correction Those strategies that they have to put your money in are not available. And I go back to 2000 and eight were a lot of the annuity company, Steve. We're not taking any money and whatsoever because if they were to put it in a different investment grade that would reduce their ratings, and once year rating goes down, it takes years for it to come back. So the companies that we've been working with their ratings never went down, and they have high ratings right now, which is really what you want to look at. When you're thinking about generating a retirement paycheck later down the road. It's not necessarily about today is where they're going to be in the future. And so you definitely want to take a look at these strategies right now, especially with the rates that we have. We did see our 3% rate dropped down a little bit. This past week, just because The market's pretty volatile and if we look at the 10 year Treasury rates are not moving up, right. So for everybody that's out there. If you feel like Kipling er and you see that there's a perfect storm brewing and that the writing is on the wall, pick up the phone and call us today. I know a lot of you will be getting to the point where you're traveling or you are travelling at least make that contact. A lot of folks have taken us up on the advantage of sending over their statements so we can get to work for you. While you're traveling the phone number that we can be reached at Calls are being answered live is 972. 473 47 100 again. That's 972473 47 101 of the things too is is that with the summer A lot of people will go on vacation and just kind of forget about their portfolio, which is really kind of a dangerous thing. So when we're taking a look at our fixed income allocation The strategy is once again that we're working with. I mean our rates depending upon the company, Steve or, you know, especially if you buy up the return. You know, they're double ditches. I mean, why would you want to wait and let the rate go down? When you know that you could lock it in now, right And to take advantage of that and put a plan in place that's built on the safety of your money, but more importantly, taken advantage of any future. Upside is of great value to you and your financial future.
"cathy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Cathy DeWitt done along with Steve Ringo. Thank you so much for joining us this wonderful summer weekend. We're glad that you're with us. And I'm glad that it's summer. What a difference a year makes. And Steve this summer. Maybe you're going to be able to take a vacation with your family and your beautiful Children. Yes, Yes, we are. We are. We're going to be heading to the Panhandle of Florida. So we're super excited to do that. And you know everybody that's out there. If you don't know my oldest daughter was diagnosed, Type one diabetic on Easter and Um, she actually had to miss out on Sky Ranch this year, so she was very bumped out. But fortunately, she was able to go to the Gaylord for a couple of couple nights with her friends. And we are very much looking forward to being together and and enjoying some time over the Fourth of July weekend with family and close friends. Yeah. Kids and beaches. Oh, my gosh. I love it. They'll just be running themselves like crazy up and down the beach and sleeping really well at night. That's the plan. I'll tell you what I miss those days, you know, with our kids just being older, You know, we You know, we just miss out on having the little ones. It's a lot of work. But then all of a sudden, you just look at each other and go. Oh, wow. So Rocky and I'll be going to the beach this summer, and we're going to have all of the kids, but it's going to be a little bit different because they're all adults now so we can say we can shift all of the work to them. There you go. There you go. But more importantly, enjoy that time because once those grand babies start coming, it's they're not going to stop so No. I'm looking forward to that here in the future. Yeah, well, probably more than any day, but I just the the distance is becoming shorter and we're really excited. You know, having you know, five kids and being able to get them all together as adults. It's pretty awesome, especially when two out of the fiber married and one has a very serious relationship. So it's just My family time, and we're looking forward to it this summer, But with that being said, I mean, this market kind of scares me. If you take a look at everything that we're seeing, you know, with, perhaps for parents being ended in June. Which means a lot of people may be in default on their mortgages. And not every lender has to make sure that you're going to stay in your house if you're behind on your payments, so I think we're going to see some residential real estate come on the market, probably in the fall or winter time, just because that does take a little bit of time. So we're seeing all these amazing offers. You know, people are getting 2030 offers a week or a day on their house. But I think we may see some of that change. I do know on the in the DFW area. Commercial real estate with businesses is kind of it's kind of a little bit dicey right now, because a lot of people found out that they can have their employees work from home and perhaps Have, you know better productivity. So I think we've seen, uh, the real estate industry come to a little bit of a halt, So I'm kind of concerned about that. We look at inflation, the market being a long time high. You know, I think that we've got some issues ahead, and hopefully the market makers aren't going to just abandon their positions and liquidate them and then boom. The market just goes crazy in a negative way over the summer, and that's why it's really important for you to have a plan in place and be proactive rather than reactive. You know, having that financial preparedness plan in place gives you the ability to ride out the storm. You know, it's one thing when you're in your thirties, forties and fifties, and you're accumulating money. You know that the stock market will always come back. But when you're 50 60 seventies And sometimes even eighties. You can't afford to have a significant downturn. You know, we talk about the sequence of return risk where the S and P 500 over the last 20 years rate of return is over 7.6%. But if you had a million dollars in 2000, and you only took out 5% of that million, which is 50,000 year for 20 years, you're almost out of money going into year 21 because of the significant downturn, So we're not as concerned when we're younger, but when we are getting close to retirement Or in retirement. It's extremely important for you to look at your portfolio and diversify more into strategies that not only preserve your money, right protection is great, but we have to be able to grow our money because of the new issue that you just mentioned, which is inflation. I mean, everything is sky high. Whether it's you know vehicles, houses, lumber. I mean concrete, steel. Food, gas. Everything is just going and growing at such a high level that at some point in time, you know you don't want to be left out, you know, holding the bag in a position where you can lose Large amount of money that you've accumulated during one of the largest bull markets in history. What are the things to those? Steve is the fact that you know when we look at some of the different fixed index annuity options, there's one company out there that allows you to buy up the option. You know whether it's on the S and P or the dividend index. There's lots of different ways that you can make money. But think about this so You give a million or $2 million in one of these annuities in the market collapses While in our strategies you're going to have a million or $2 million. You have the opportunity to pay a 1% fee on all of your money or portion of it. And then ride the index up and to have some great returns. And what that paying that fee does. It doesn't go to Assad goes to being able to have the higher rate of return..
"cathy" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast
"I love zoning. I love talking about zoning. Don't love zoning by focus for my over like hitting both of my degrees. I talking to you. This is great rather one was architectural history with like a focus on urban planning and development and Yeah you literally can trace back an exceptional amount of like racial tension and discrimination to specifically like the highway act of nineteen fifty-six like the federal highway act which created the interstates. So we all use to get around and created those long commutes specifically bisected minority communities and people of color communities neighborhoods that never recovered and i'm from denver denver and literally i seventy was built to run directly through a majority minority neighborhood that they then put a superfund site on. So it's like. Hey not only. is this highway. Gonna run directly through your school's your kids can't learn But also you're going to have higher rates of cancer higher rates of asthma higher rates of all of this shit and it just turns into a nightmare. And now i live in hollywood where it's almost impossible to get things. Bill and the only things were building our luxury condos despite the fact that nobody can afford them and they all sit empty. So cities across the country have zoned in such a way as to place high pollutants parcels in communities of color. And so you can actually measure that black. Americans are exposed to more pollution than white americans as a result of this owning and we know certain pollutants like lead decrease iq and so black children in america are growing up brain damaged by zoning zoning is also implicated in domestic violence. A lot of women can't leave their partners because rents are too high and their geographic areas. So they stay in abusive relationships. Like zoning is just the worst. I didn't realize zoning costs so many societal problems me neither yeah it really is the legal manifestation of or like legacy of leg. Jim crow laws at the end of the day. It's legal discrimination for them to be able to do that. And then it leads into like redlining and then it leads in like gerrymandering. It turns into this whole mass. Where it's like. We absolutely don't have to live this way as a society. There's no reason for this except for the powers that be wanting to continue to be the way that we live. Is there a way we can regulate some of the slammed use it does have to be regulated to some extent right because like you were like cathy was saying nobody wants to live next to a wastewater treatment plant. Hey and nobody should so it does have to be regulated to an extent. But what if i want to do you want to. I'm zoning absolutist. I actually don't think we need zoning at all. Because if you don't wanna live next to a waste water facility like fucking move that's the thing about it. Is that like if you don't wanna live somewhere. You should be able to sell your land and move somewhere else now if you buy a piece of land and someone next to you or the.
"cathy" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast
"Be resourceful. How dare i be care about accuracy in media. But that's the goal of a both left publications to be if you see any chance ever the names. Megan murphy julia bedell layla. Mcnicoll watt. fuck them. And i say left and right publications including libertarian publications. Because i've seen spectator published some of those names. I've seen those names published on like the new york post. Some of those names have contributed to the new york times. Actually recent in recent times you had layla. Mcnicoll watt that trafficking hub. What i love you the thuat. Yeah she is mcnichols. that's i think. That's the official mcneil making nickel twad. Okay perfect we're going to stick with it and not the correct pronunciation. But that's one we're sticking with eight german pronunciation but she spoke with the house democratic budget committee regarding human trafficking. The bitch knows nothing. All she knows is the information that she keeps repeating over and over which is really misinformation about pornhub and she's frequently conflating. You know sex workers stories with that of actual people who have been trafficked and she's addressing congo rest and i think that goes back to people's lack of respect for sex work like as a profession in general because it's the same kind of evokes that goes behind someone asking me about or asking me about streets expert like they just conflicted altogether like it all gets lumped together. It's the same thing and they don't care like if you're a and again that's the other thing about privilege to like if you're pretty white girl and you wanna talk about or sex. Trafficking people are going to listen to you. Oh actually is ridiculous you but i still have an issue with my friend andrew doyle because he did a fucking episode with julia fidel. Because someone at the spectator said hey. You should have a conversation with her. Because she's written for the spectator before about porn and all the issues. Because you know talking about how porn is bad is apparently hot for the spectator. I guess it's counterculture at so. I don't know maybe gropers just need a new audience. I was so frustrated. I wrote out this whole paragraph of hey can use to have me on because here's like a million things wrong with what she said and i can provide resources and evidence to counter everything. That's wrong like she was promoting the nordic model as a safe alternative for sex work. I didn't even know that we need to like d platform. These people like meg murphy should be allowed to write what she wants to write. But like are you going to take the proud boys of america if they make claims about racism or are you going to print them without checking to make sure that they're accurate. I wouldn't so. Why are we taking ideologues who we know. Provide this information about sex work. Imprinting it without fact checking it. So by all means like yeah. Megan murphy like print. And joey votto whatever but they're not trustworthy sources of accurate information. So if you're gonna print what they have to say like fact check but they don't and that's an issue because it sucks work. They make assumptions that. Hey you've looked into the industry. And therefore the expert i mean i've actually shared a stage with megan murphy and i called her out on her shane. Front of five hundred people. It was really fun. Wayne thank you..