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"charlene" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello. From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this encyclopaedia were Manica As we cure up for the election on November third we're spending the month highlighting politicians from around the world and throughout history it's vital that we look back and appreciate the people who shaped our present in good ways and more complicated ones especially as we think about who we want to elect to shape our future. Today's politician was the first black woman to run for president of the United States. She ran on the Communist ticket stating that she saw racism and class justice symptoms of capitalist system. Let's talk about Charlene Mitchell. Charlene was born in Nineteen thirty in Cincinnati, Ohio. Both parents were born in the south and migrated north. Charlene's father Labor and railroad worker set a precedent for his daughter's activism. He became involved in local politics and leader joined the Communist Party. From a young age charlene had the spirit of an activist, she says, one of her first brushes with protest came at the age of seven. She was tasked by her ill mother to bring a basket of items to her father who was at the time in jail. She transferred several buses before arriving just before the end of visiting hours. When guards declined her entry, she demanded they let her in until finally she got to see her father and handover the basket safely. While she was a child Charlene's family moved Chicago, there should grew up in the Cabrini row houses a racially integrated public housing project on the near North side. It. Was In the same neighborhood Charlene took part in one of her first experiences with organized activism. She participated in a sit in Chicago's Windsor Theater to end segregated seating. In nineteen forty three at the age of Thirteen Charlene, the youth wing of the American Communist Party. By nineteen, fifty seven she'd been elected as the youngest person ever to serve on the Party's National Committee. In the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties charlene became one of the most influential leaders of the Communist Party. She helped to develop connections between the Party and African American Labor activists. She also introduced leaders to a wider ideological lens including political theories of the Black Diaspora and third world. She cultivated an international political perspective traveling to and making lasting connections with Communist Party leaders in London and South Africa. In the nineteen sixties, the American, Communist Party began to lose its already limited influence but charlene remained an important political figure in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, she was officially nominated as the party's candidate for president. The nomination made her the first black woman to vie for the role. Still this landmark was not recognized as an achievement by most mainstream media. Because Charlene was running on the Communist Party ticket she was never going to be a huge success. Think our vote will probably be small for many reasons. One that we will not be on the ballot in many states because of the election laws which for one reason, another have anti communist laws that we're communist cannot get on the ballot. Much of the media coverage seemed to belittle her run as a symbolic gesture. The Chicago Tribune for example, printed that her nomination was moved to dramatize what the communists perceived to be the nation's major discontents. Charlene's campaign set up shop at the Frederick Douglass Book Store in Boston her run a fairly limited reach. She was on the ballot in just two states. But Charlene saw her run as less a numbers game and more a matter of engaging the public. She said success would come in the form of presenting the communist platform to Americans as a means of solving some of the problems of the nation. Specifically, she sought to demonstrate that many of the nation's social problems were byproducts and mechanisms of the capitalist system. She's quoted as saying, replacing white capitalism with black capitalism isn't going to solve the problems of poverty. The problems of poverty are rooted in the nature of capitalism itself. Charlene's campaign though short lived created a network of connections between various. Causes. She, helped connect the anti colonial and Black Liberation Ideologies at the nineteen fifties to black feminist movements in the following decade. In Nineteen seventy-one, she also spearheaded the campaign to free Angela Davis from jail. Today. Charlene is still connected to the activist movements and communities she helped to create. A presidential campaign marked a first in the political. And pave the way for other black women. Politicians Lecture Shirley Chisolm to run years later. An activist since.
Ben's Red Carpet Ban
"Welcome to pop your source for nightmare weddings and Yoga. Ball sits. Big Round of applause I like get. Nina's often that you guys but hunters here has always and so is actress producer and. Legend. Viviana. A. Welcome. Back. Welcome where we are so excited to have you hundred GonNa Flirt with you. The entire show get prepared for them. Time Vivica just walked taping. That works for me baby just a little. Just a little took us. Describe my style of flirting. So this is. My God I'll. Little tickle we can get started now. All Right Ben Affleck was just banned from arm his upcoming James Bond Premiere at least that's what the tabloids are claiming. It's probably total but supposedly bond producers are afraid the couples pedia will overshadow the movie and Daniel Craig's okay. They have like a you've obviously you're a lot more famous than both hundred and I combined you too many movie premieres yet we like it. It's a big win for us tonight on nightly pop. If you going to an event and for movie you were in and producers said, listen you're man can't come how do you handle that challenge? Cry. Let's start right there. We've never look here. Work showed up gave as our how I not shining I. If this is true is totally unfair. Why does the girl not have to shot because she's in a grid we? Away from. She has died. He has done for them hunter. What do you think about if you could not bring me to a movie premiere as a standing date for you because your girl canceled? Would you be asset? That's okay with me and I think if they really don't want Ben Affleck showing up, put it in a city that doesn't have Dunkin donuts. I guarantee you. Not Going. There for some reason I mean honestly I have to say I don't know why I'm leaning towards this being true but I sort of believe it. I kind of feel like this sort of makes sense I mean I don't know if Ben Affleck is going to overshadow Daniel Craig's something about them always walking those. Dogs which I Got? Every day. Why it's always just so staged feeling for some reason I I do believe. I kind of believe that they're like listen just leave your boyfriend at home or moving on. While Shirley's there and knows what she wants when it comes to a relationship and the first rule is she's not going to live with anybody you guys. She recently told the mirror that she's not sure that she could live with somebody again and that he may have to buy the house next to her. She's just too old for this. Like it okay. I just want a new. And nobody's coming up here running thing but me so I'm all with their Charlie's let them know when it's happening to come over and do the deed. With after other than that stale ass next door right you. My God. First of all, my type of woman this is Great Vivica. I'm happy to buy any house near Your House I'm going GonNa have to save up a little bit but I can do it and then seconds I see where they're coming from but it also feels like Charlie's is coming from a place of she hasn't had healthy relationships lately maybe or she hasn't found that person you do want to live with I. Think we all kind of think that after we go to break, we're like no more of the opposite sex ever again taking that much of my personal mind and then raging you find someone. And you can grow with and maybe they start outside the house maybe eventually you're like, Hey, let's have toothbrushes in the same room. Let's try that out for a little while. Yeah, I feel like with Charlene I think that also when you are single for such a long time, you kind of get set in your ways and just having the idea of someone come in and just rearranging things becomes really daunting and just quite frankly really annoying and to be honest Shirley's does not need to settle. She doesn't need to do anything that is inconvenient for her at all. So like I. Totally under understand her mindset of like I don't. Yeah. Come over when you need to do the deed otherwise I don't need to be moving my cashmere sweaters for you to put your jeans and the next door take your time says the girl that got engaged in seven months. I was like, all right give it to me okay Brian. Austin. Green is getting defensive about dating multiple women after his split for Meghan Box Ryan was on the Hollywood raw podcast you listened to that a lot right with DAX holt an atom. Glenn where he said he isn't playing anybody but the whole point of dating is to talk to several people at once. What people normally do when they get out of something is they date they they talked to multiple people at once I'm not playing anybody like this is. My life is just is much more under a microscope. Let me ask you. So should he have to tell the woman? He's dating that he's seeing other people I'm GONNA ask Hunter Africa's I can't wait to hear the assay. I appreciate honesty to be very honest with you in their plans. Call dating onto someone says it's meeting. You is called dating I. Think the biggest problem is when it's rubbed in other people's faces
"To film spotting the last couple of weeks. Josh have seen some of the most high profile new releases we've had since movie theater shutdown back. In March Hamilton arrived on Disney plus two weeks ago. We talked about that on last week's episode also last week. I recommended Gina Prints by woods, the old guard with Charlene Darren. That came to Netflix's weekend. And that's when you caught up with Josh and they understand. You liked it. Maybe not as enthusiastically as I did, but you went forward. Okay? Yeah, consider me. Me a fan, I think I probably became a little more wearied by the gunplay. Which you mentioned was your talked about it probably a little more than you did, but yeah, definitely appreciated and think it's something that people should check out. Last weekend also saw the release of the World War Two thriller Greyhound with Tom Hanks that's on apple, plus neither of us have had a chance to see that yet, but fellow critics have assured us that the nation's fathers and grandfathers have a new favorite movie and Josh. Also last weekend, the new horror film relic available on demand. Palm Springs. The groundhog day inspired comedy which is available on. You saw relic. We both saw Palm Springs, and we'll give each of those a little bit of time later in the show, but first tires. Please cue up our review discussion of Christopher. Interstellar. We haven't mentioned our mission does not work if the people on our dead by the time you pull it off. That this far any human history, not far no! Doubt. Yes, you are yes, you are. Upon, its release in two thousand fourteen atom, we gave interstellar a robust thirty minute review. You were hugely enthusiastic. I was mixed to negative. You remain a big Fan and you've seen it sense I believe right. Yeah, all right in two thousand seventeen. They're going meter. Yup, at the music box theatre where it's going to be playing again this weekend actually here in Chicago in seventy millimeter interstellar currently ranked number two on your Nolan. List for me this. Who've review was my first revisit sense two thousand fourteen now on the two of us. The movie has a score of seventy four. Critic among critics that's considered generally favorable, and for what it's worth. Most of Nolan's movies hover around the seventies on metacritic Dunkirk. That's his highest rating there with a ninety four. So that's where we stood. But where do we stand now in two thousand twenty? Have you add them passed through a wormhole and come out on the other side to see the error of your ways have I been sucked into a black hole trapped behind some cosmic bookshelf as punishment until I admit the air of mine. We could relitigate are twenty fourteen debate. We could revisit the same points. We both brought up, but I'm not sure how fruitful that would be I'm happy to do some of that and I promise I will not bring up a certain nineteen, sixty eight sci-fi epic. You declared verboten when discussing interstellar listeners, they can revisit that whole discussion in the archives at film spotting dot net episode five fifteen. Today. I'd like to start where that review ended in a last-minute attempt to bring me on board Adam. You asked me if I wasn't just plain thrilled watching interstellar. If setting aside my complaints quibbles, I couldn't admit to having a thrilling movie going experience. I quickly answered in the negative and we moved on. Watching interstellar again, and this was before I, release into I review or even read what I had written about in two thousand fourteen. This was the exact question I found myself asking especially in the context of our overview with so many Nolan films fresh in my mind at their best. His movies do thrill me. They get me Giddy. There's always a moment. Nolan blows your Noggin, intellectually emotionally existential early, and all I can do is let out a Guffaw of appreciation. We've already talked about some of these. These moments in our overview. I think of Memento where Leonard says I'm chasing this guy. Nope he's chasing me. Or how about the image of the hats in the prestige? When we realize what's really going on here and I know you care less about it than I, do Adam, but the spinning top in those final moments of inception. Wow on twitter this week marking. The tenth. Anniversary Kevin Geogra- Nov, said this a decade later and I still remember the entire pact prescreening audience audibly gasping at the smash cut ending. That was me.
"charlene" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"How? Wow. I gotta be real with you. That felt like a really good ted talk to me. That felt like I, left with seriously so many quotes like I wasn't kidding about that like. I love that she said lead with compassion. I love that she said leave a legacy of love. Yeah, it's it's. I feel as though we are kind of unofficially finding a footing with sort of how to proceed with this show and. I and I think that there could be a real I think there's a wrong way to do this but finding. People who are extremely? Positive and. Hopeful, but also which doesn't mean they're not angry, which doesn't mean they're not fed up. which doesn't mean they're not. Cable being irreverent I. WE'RE NOT. We're not delivering you know our ten minute Ted talks every week now, but. The fact that we are now kind of deep into this quarantine deep into this kind of new version of the world that we're finding. We were I. Just think we've been good at finding people who can speak to the current situation. and. CUTTING OUT! The really negative. People who would? I don't know. Make someone feel worse listening to this I. Don't know I. I'm loving it me, too. I think it's our obligation I think it's our obligation with having a podcast and having a platform I think it's our obligation to be more inclusive like Charlene said earlier and to to leave people better than we found them and. I. Think that's sort of like my aim. In general is like in life, relationships in friendships leave people better than you find them and. I think like if we can do that then we're supplying were spying people with like something that actually might make the world a little bit better like even if all we do is have wonderful guest who are well-spoken. Have, a mission lead with hope lead by example I think that's enough like not enough in terms of We don't have to do any more work, but like enough for the podcast. Yeah and that's I think that's the thing that I enjoyed the most about. This episode was the fact that we could. kind of go back and forth and. Speak to. Today and also speak to the life of our guests because you know. A again. Under a quote, unquote, normal circumstances yeah I, would've I would've done an hour and twenty minute episode about what it's like to date someone that you met when you were in high school Mary them and stay with them into your thirties. It seems I mean I know? Exactly? One person who's done that and he's a there's two people I went to high school with. They I believe got pregnant in the tenth or eleventh grade. He we all. Kinda couldn't believe it. They stayed together. He joined the military. He believed it. A couple of tours of duty came back, and not only are they still together, but their youngest daughter from when we were in high school is now. Oh, my God I think in college. Yeah, but that's the thing is that it's like that's a whole episode in and of itself, but it's. Impossible to do. A show this show right now and just spend the whole time going so you and your husband liked to cook together. What's like? which I mean would be funny if we were just like. Yeah, we're just GONNA. Pretend like enough. That's happening, but. I think it would make people angry and make our friends go. Is there something wrong happening? Yeah, well. But you know I think that it's like. Yeah people contain multitudes the saint you can. You can be. A vehement abolitionists and also be marathon in the floor is lava on Netflix, which honestly I watched. An episode is pretty good. I haven't watched it yet. I'm really excited to watch it though it's very fun. You got any updates for me. However them dogs doing. My dogs are good. They're actually on the floor in a bed together I'm holiday sleeping on her back rocket, sleeping on his stomach, both in Bandannas that I've known for them while we've been in quarantine they're doing good. They're still sort of low energy maybe a little depressed, but they're doing okay. That's good. That sounds like all of us. Yeah, but I have no real updates. I mean my only update is Who at see a bake, some sweet potato, some Japanese sweet potatoes this morning. Sometimes they'll do that like just so that I have them for the next few days I'll be having a meal with my parents tonight. which will be nice, will sit socially distance out in my yard and have some sort of like Tacos or something, and I am more single than I've ever been and I have to quit dating entirely. I mean. You kind of lead with saying I don't really have an update, but you quit dating entirely. I'm Dan I mean. Now. Diehard listeners will know that this is not your first time quitting dating entire. You gotta quit it all the time. You gotta quit nonstop. Yeah. You have to commit quitting, so you can do it a lot. You got to commit to quitting and then commit to getting back into it so you. quit, did anything. Kick this off for you specifically or did you just realize like I can't do this right now? For every reason I mean I think I had this like strange moment of realizing that like. I don't actually know why people date. Like I don't know why. Like I don't really get the point of data like I was like. Like. I believe that like if I just live my life, even right now live my life. Do things I like like live. Go Out in the world. Go get coffee from coffee shops and stuff like that like all meet people that I are cool and. Who knows you know? I think I'll meet people and. I just like I. I guess what I mean is I'm not? And I've done this once before twice before I've just been like I can't do dating apps like I've said that before it i. that's what I mean. It's like I I don't see the point in like going back and forth texting. To eventually either a meet up and have a really mediocre date or be not meet up at all like I think I'm just like not here for it right now, But also kind of just think like I'd. I'd like to just meet someone by living my life. I look I. Listen I totally agree and I, but I also think that this. Our podcast functions as as a bit of a living document a living. History of our lives and so. You know I welcome the day when you. However. Many episodes from now say I met someone and I got to go. Oh, so you you've you're out of retirement? Because obviously, that's going to happen, but I i. also I welcome quitting I feel like I've quit on this show multiple times whether it was just APPs, or whether it was like Oh, I had a weird situation and I. Don't WanNa. Do it anymore. Yeah I recently My only update is that? Will my food update, is I? Did I did a grand? Romantic food gesture that I thought was going to be really funny and I. Actually was a little bit rewarded with the reaction. I wanted I went to go. Hang out with my little Corentin pod, which is a wonderful girlfriends or wonderful roommate and her wonderful boyfriend, so it's a four person pod and the timing was such that like I. Hadn't really dinner I I had kind of had a feeling that people would sort of be hungry and someone said there's pizza here, so I was going to go and get food to to make, but instead I thought what would be a really funny, but also really appreciated thing that no one would think to do. I went because this. This place I was going was down the street from a McDonald's drive-thru. I went to McDonald's and I got four Oriole MIC flurries fund size. Wow, and actually no, there's no. There's only one size so I got four regular or image flurries, and they put them in one of those little like coffee holders that holds four four drinks..
"charlene" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"It's just yeah, it's. It's. Like it's like it's like when you when you finally convince an android that they're not human and they may explode. Yes essentially. Yes, yes, it's like Westworld is a season three where living? Is. there. Is there you know? Forgive the the. Holy Inarticulate Segue, but is there anything that That is making that is like a source of comfort for you and you're like husband at home in this time. Is there. Have you been? An wait for its TV here comes. Have you been cooking together? CAN WATCH FLOORS LA Yes actually. Am kind of weird like that like. I. I know I. Don't WanNa like nothing like weird flex. I'm not like you. I eat okay. Yeah, I mean it's. I think sometimes it's hard to I mean it is extremely hard to reckon with like there are two holy related to like very. Different seeming things going on at once that can like. Fully unraveling entire day week month or even your year. But. I'll be there for you. Yes, thank. You. Here before for me, even though we're just meeting today. Is there like? Is there any sort of thing that allows you to get into a routine a thing that makes your day feel like an actual day. Actually I love the US this question because I'm a huge foodie. Even though that word kind of makes me gag now. This was filled a little overplayed in two thousand twenty. But I love food I. had a career in restaurants actually for a while I do. So I managed them I worked in them I'm a level one Somalia. ooh! Here but I got my szczesny paninis and like wine bottles, and this is a map of Burgundy over here. So I I think that one of the best ways that we can honor ourselves and care for ourselves is just by being really intentional in the way that we nourish ourselves. Through cooking, so yeah I've been doing a lot of cooking. One of my favorite things that my husband and I did when quarantine started actually is we watched alice waters master class. which is amazing super. Alice waters is a hero of mine so she is the owner and founder of shape innings in Berkeley, and she started the slow food food movement in the United States. So whereas like in the seventies, people were really starting to eat for convenience. And she brought it back towards more family centered traditions. Local organic produce. brearley delicious food, so yeah been cooking a lot. Alice waters is someone who comes up. Anyone who knows anything about restaurants. She's a person who comes up in conversation because she really has like it's like she rewound things for us She was a back nine hundred steps for assurance. You is a bad ass to i. mean she was a revolutionary? She grew up. She was living in Berkeley during the Civil Rights Movement Yeah, she's a total hero of mine and I love. Love Food I. Know You. We talked about our my spice rack here before we started this podcast, but yeah I've got a behemoth Spice Rack back here in a cute little kitchen, so my husband and I have been here cooking. I've been one of the other things I've been. Doing is I've been learning to Skate Board. which is giving me life right now. A new hobby. You've not done this. I got a new hobby over quarantine. Picture on your instagram. Yes I've been doing it. So much. I got my Arlington this week, so I still. Yes that's huge. It really is I mean. It feels like a giant accomplishment I. Can't. I can't do. I can't do anything I. Had I had inline skates couldn't do it. My friends were going off jumps. I, but I- anytime I'm on a skateboard I'm like Oh this could be for me like I'm going to go forward. The skateboards go backwards and. I'm GonNa Crack My skull open, but the fact that you can. The fact that you've learned how to Ali. Means then you're making. Pretty big progress. Yeah, I, mean I love it. It's a it's a really amazing to just kind of like feel like a kid again. Those are the things that I'm doing now like I'm watching floor lava with the game for some reason I don't. Did you guys play? Floor is lava when you were a kid. Why would we all play this game I don't know. What's crazier? I don't feel like that was a game where it wasn't like a game where someone told us about the game like. Mix labellings. Yes, but I'm the oldest. A No one told me I told them. It was like my brother and my sister, and like you're just born i. feel like while no one is born a racist. The are born with the floors lava in US and DNA. In our, Chromosomes? It's like a guaranteed thing. It's so bizarre actually like there are certain things that kids just do and we just don't. We always did that. I know I I. Don't get. I was just talking to. My sister's about that, too so yeah I've been doing all the kid things. You're reconnecting with things that bring you joy. Yes, exactly exactly. Is there a dish that you cook? That brings you joy or something that reminds you of home. Pasta like always any kind of pasta. one of my favorites to make the super easy is just like a lemon pasta with Kink burgers and Red Chili flakes and really good olive oil. And Parsley it's so good. That sounds really fresh and light. Great. I've been. It's funny. I was I'm always the Parmesan. Never the Chili Flake Guy when it comes to pizza and for some reason. Truly beginning of Corinthian, like I cannot even time it to anytime before, but as soon as we were on our house houses, I've been upping my spice level in incremental. Even a WIMP, but it's like I..
"charlene" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"Go to. There, you can read a book that tells you exactly what has happened. To date told town like you know it's. It's not that's like the idea that like. It. It goes to show that like racism isn't reasonable like. Like you can't. You can't reason with insanity like it is. So insane like. There are yes, there is information out there and yet people will create their own theories that revolve around their own agenda, their own life in order to explain something or make something makes sense to them like people have been doing that since the beginning of history, but like no one is born racist, so these are people who've become over time through the system. Really, unreasonable I totally agree with that. I mean I I was just talking to one of my black friends about this about how when you're constantly centered when every movie the to ever see features you. You're always the hero every story you ever read everything like all of your politicians. All of your leaders there are white. You worship a white Jesus. There's a certain amount of narcissism that comes with that. And I think that some people deeply deeply are agree with you. I think it's a mental illness. Just like narcissism is as well and I think it's just the the structures of the structure of the mind is not sound itself, so you can't reason with people. You can't be like yeah and. Talk to Joel on our last episode and he was just like talking about not. It's not our job like it's on our job to. Transform people who are incredibly racist and reason with them. Our job is to give like rise to voices. Against Racism right so it's like. Promote those people. How how in Twenty Twenty Are. How are we supposed to be allies and I know that like the question comes up so much a not. So a beyond obnoxious that white people are like help us become allies and I hope it doesn't come across lake. But or our listeners like how? How can? Be Allies to the movement. I think that one of the best things like I do. I do this work. This manifestation work, and in this work, one of the things you can do is find an expanded to Kinda like break. Open your way of thought you talk and Lisa Phillips. I'm talking Lacey Philip. Right I can leave Phillips. Yes, okay well. I would say that one of the best things that. People that want to be allies can do is find an expand her frie-. If you're white, find a white expanders that uses their power privilege, their connections to uplift marginalized, black and brown choices can so one of my favorite examples of this is from the. Movie Documentary. It's like profiled in the documentary. The defiant ones and knits Dr Dre and Jimmy Dean and it's a perfect example of a man Jimmy with power. Partnering with someone like a Black Man and elevating his voice, so they're both musicians. He Jimmy found him, or they found each other, and he ended up just working with him, partnering with him, and Elevating his own voice I would say take a look around at what you do, are you a middle manager you know is? There may be someone that you know or someone I'm the comes in and interviews with you. That's background like can. Can you consider them differently, you know. Like where you guys are doing, you have a podcast, can you? Can you be more inclusive in the voices that you have the people that you have on the guests I would just say take a look at your own life at the areas that you have power at the areas that you have privileged and ask yourself. How can I start including and really centering marginalized voices I love that especially because you're centering around. Inclusivity and I. think that's the key right. It's such a positive way of doing something. It's not about. Yes. It will help to radically eight. Unreasonable and sick ideas, but by being inclusive, it just raises up the voices that need to be heard for sure exactly and I mean for so long. We haven't been listened to. I mean we've been shut down. We haven't had access. I think that things are. Definitely, CHANGING But something that I'm really interested in talking about right now is like what is lost for white people to through this insane belief in white supremacy. You know I feel like if you are white you. You benefit from a power system that was created to. To like to create privilege for you. But inside of that power system, there are certain mechanisms at play that really oppress you as well. As. Yes so. In the same sense like. Going back to the fact that racism is a function of capitalism. There was a time when there wasn't a term. Really like just white. There were Irish people and English people and Dutch people, and the term, and the ideology of Whiteness really came about as a tool to to suppress blackness, and in order to wield that powerful tool. There were things that were lost in the white community as well like. Why do so many white people not know their own heritage? Wipe. Your own customs and your own traditions. When I've asked when I've asked like white friends. What is your heritage? Because I I know mine right by being raised Jewish I'm fifty percent off e Jewish, and I'm a quarter Swedish. Because my dad's whole family Swedish and then there's like a few other things in their leg, German all these things and we have our customs and I I'm really grateful for that, but most of my friends will say you know just like white. That is not heritage. I'd say color of your skin. That probably indicates that like you've bad taste in food, but that's kind of it. You know it doesn't say anything about you..
"charlene" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"Let's do it. Hey Charlene in hey, Stevie! Hey, dave, hey, thanks for being on our show. Thanks for having me. I love it, we we we behind the scenes. We got everything we were doing. Zoom call. We have all zoom stuff muted were in our ZAN caster program and Listeners. We really went off on Zan Castro last week because they let us down, but we take it all back because we love you again. We love US and caster. Can we. Were not angry now we just want a nice episode with the great guest and we're and we're and we're lucky to have you. You look like you've got a decent. Amount of space, which is Pretty Nice for these times? Yeah, it's real nice. I'm not in a closet, which is great? Actually in my dining room because I know this is a food in relationships podcast. Here. My spice rack going to say. Your spices so beautifully organized. Yeah, I love that thing. I loved that rag. Now I say this I guess speaking to I guess. My parents have a dining room, but have taken to in these quarantine times. They. Their meals are kind of eaten wherever you can for them. At least then I guess also for me to my room, etcetera, but are you. Do you make it a point to with your husband? Eat take all your meals where we're sitting right now. Absolutely not. Laying right now we take our meals in front of the TV most of the time we're watching floor is lava. Great. So I would say about like once or twice a week we sit at the table and eat, but most of the time it's in front of the TV which is like it is what it is yet. It perfect for right now. Honestly, yeah, how long have you been with your husband? Oh, my God so in August we'll have been together for sixteen years. Two.
Tim Burgess, Snowpiercer on Netflix, cult movie Adam & Paul
"Welcome back to big mouth. The media strip of pop culture podcasts. Were time has become an infinite loop and yet still managed to stay yes. We're happy not going anywhere at World Zoom again and I can spot sean pattern of those inboxes. Hello Charlene how are you well? I'm alright I'm all right. Thank you and you have you not bad busy week. He said rhetorically weirdly. Busying notice that we're very shows of pop news in the pop firmament in the in the endless paralysis of now but a party. Boy George has written six or seven albums. Lockdown is a good thing. I think that's amazing and I think he should release every single track. Nothing should go in the volt and we should hear the unexpurgated unagitated boy George knockdown albums. They should be locked with boy. George Yeah definitely I think he needs an added support says Dasa. He's he says I'm not saying every single thing is good so I'm saying if you wanted it down to eight tracks the eight best trucks or George Comeback while we're speaking of albums. What did you think of Lana del Rey announcing that she's GonNa Call Hanyu Album Chem trails? Washington up fantastic. Hasn't she going to Matt a bit? She's GonNa little bit crazy. Maybe she just needs opposite town and I loved her last album. That MS billions. What could change US stick Allen because she her whole sorts of I've analysis to trip to myself everybody complains? She goes rage. Tweeting about them and yet it's such a malady created thing that she is She's a whole load of contradiction subsequently gigantea all of pop string anyway special. This week route settings a big mouth. It's Telegraph TV critic. Guardian Culture writer on Kane. Doug owner start Newington. Michael Hogan how you doing Michael. Hi I'm goodson. Y'All at your window shows you. 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Understanding Business & Delivering Outcomes - Sharleen Vincent
"You're listening to the daily sales tips. Podcast I'm your host Scott Ingram Today. A wanted to share another clip from my most recent sales success stories. Podcast interview that we released earlier this week with Charlene Vincent who has worked fronts. Top strategic client executive. Here's what she said. Well you know I didn't know anything about when I first started at didn't really know anything about businesses. I was being taught. Here's the product. Here's the feature. Here's the benefit. Sell the sizzle. Not The steak. You know that kind of thing. I really wasn't being taught about the business. It was just always being taught how to go. Sell my product and what pains it solved. Make someone sicker than they are that you can heal them. You know those kind of things but I really wasn't being taught about business. That really probably started for me when I had that training on a CEO coming in and educating us on looking at an annual report at that point you know you couldn't get all of the information at your fingertips like you can't now but just really going and learning about business. You know at twenty two right out of college in a sales job. You probably don't know a whole lot about it. They don't teach a whole lot about it in college. Least they didn't win. I went you know so unless you've gone on and got your MBA started. I think probably get more experience for meals. Life experience with that too is starting to understand. You know something happened in their business or is happening in their business which is driving why my product may or may not be a fit and then leveraging that and understanding that and understanding why that's going to be important that exec because it's you understand his business. I listen to you to trunk. He said you've got to know their business better than they almost no it. That's probably I think the hardest thing about being an enterprise or strategic account Rep. You know. It's really going in there and saying how can I get in here? And how can I learn this so that I bring value? Because most of emily meet with you. If you're there to one tell them something that they didn't know you know I mean you gotta find that. What is it that they don't know you know they'll pay consultants which we all WanNa be right? We won't be consultation salespeople when you can provide an offer and tell them something that they don't know or give them something they didn't know they needed or maybe they knew they needed it but they didn't have the powerful. Why about you know the benefit or the impact of the outcome. That was going to give them. And that's important and you know. Now it's more about your driving toward the outcome. You're not saying you know what painter you in. Or what's the challenges? It's my first question of people is generally. Why are you meeting with me? What's the outcome that you're looking for? What is driving down from Your C. level because I might not be in front of the sea level. What's driving down? What are they trying to accomplish? Because you know there's really pretty much three main things. Accompanies trying to do. They're trying to increase revenue reduce costs and maybe improve customer satisfaction. So generally everything they're doing is to do one of those three things you know so you gotta try to figure out where that is and then figure out. What are their initiatives? They've put in place. And what are they trying to accomplish? What's the outcome know? Are they trying to increase revenue by two hundred billion or two hundred million or two hundred thousand or they trying to make a process much more efficient so they can reduce costs? It's all about one of those three things generally or they're trying to improve brand customer set yet. So you've got to figure that out and find out what's the outcome and then deliver the outcome as opposed to a feature benefit or solve pain solving. The pain comes with delivering the outcome.
"charlene" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Turn Charlene you ask the questions I answer them go ahead okay I am calling in regards to a restraining order and a child custody case we've already gone to ten thousand dollars worth of attorneys fees and so on we have hot that's all that's all yeah that's a lot what do I know it is a lot of money but was whenever you mention child custody restraining orders and you say ten thousand dollars that's when I say really that's all that just gives you an idea that just gives you an idea of how these cases role all right so what okay what's your question Charlie my question is I don't have money to continue but I need to talk to somebody and I need a referral to an extremely experienced a child custody lawyer in Orange County California who is going to get no money well I don't know I have to talk to them and see what they tell me and I'll tell you right now how are you going to pay for it well that's what I I need to find out well let me ask you what we're let's think about for more and I I don't have a referral I expressly for a high end experience lawyer who's willing to do this for free are there just not out there aren't that many I'm not saying for free necessarily okay you said you had no money I don't but I may have to try to get money from friends or what that's fair in what you need if you can do that and that's all it is pretty expensive so is this your child we're talking about no it's my grandchild hi and you thought you had custody and lost custody is that what happened hello you know the custody has never been determined so you want custody no my daughter does but she works during the day and she has a nine to six job okay I got it how is it that she doesn't have custody nobody has custody through the courts where is the child in school and they live with their mom okay they live with their mom so at this point why dish if they live with mom why how why does she want a custody issue and it is restraining order and you've already paid ten thousand dollars or she has hi I'm trying to put together a connect the dots here well it's a it's a long story short well I tried but actually the the restraining orders against the husband the children and myself are listed on the restraining order right yeah so I've been out what more do you want fine what more do you want well it's very hard to get anything and forced that's correct where has been a lawyer has nothing to do with the enforceability Charlene right it's not by lawyers and enforcing you'd be paying a lot of money to lawyers going to say I have nothing to do with the enforceability all I can do without a restraining order you know I understand what I'm trying to do is deal with this child custody basically okay but if this living with mom is the father trying to take the child last year okay great okay where do we go Charlene word of the ten thousand dollars what was a spent on just going to court we're going to be asking and we dissect going to court asking for a restraining order well we've been nurtured a temporary restraining order right and how you want to lead into a permanent restraining order correct okay and we want to upgrade it to find a way all right you're gonna have a very tough time finding a lawyer that's willing to do it for free Charlene I you're going down there I know you will come up with money you'll come up with the money all right so I'm gonna suggest you go to right you know you're gonna have to just throw I know you know you can ask good handle on the line dot com there's a list of lawyers you'll see divorce lawyers and on the just ask the question Hey here's my issue can you help me all right try that and we'll see what happens you know went ahead and went well looks I would have very expensive competent lawyer not expensive very seasoned competent lots of experienced lawyer and I I don't know we're gonna get the money or I have no money hello Jim tell me there hi bill yes yeah bill Lebih close models yes Hey started my business in January twenty fourteen as a sole proprietorship in January twenty eighteen I changed it to an S. Corp and the IRS issued me a new E. I. N. number I also had a personal name change so my issue is with my workers comp policy I notified them of the changes but they didn't change my company name they didn't change that yeah I am they didn't and they had my personal name on the policy so I noticed a year after the policy when we did an audit but they didn't make any changes even though my broker get you told them and so now I'm wondering do I owe them the rest of the money for the policy or and how could they offer it could be me a refund well I you know if it kept on going in other words if you if the money that's paid is transferred to the new entity where the money is basically the same no you don't know them they don't owe you is simply a technical issue I in no money was claimed against the policy anyway so it's sort of no harm no foul if more money was paid then should have been paid it pursuant to the notification it was given them that they have no word and you can prove it yeah you get a refund and if it turns out that you paid too little they have a right to turn around and say we want some money so I there's there's no way to answer that question unless we have all the other information so they probably no harm no foul is I'm guessing I just made all of that up by the way hi again lean hello Gail.
"charlene" Discussed on Doughboys
"Funny because Mitch we were ordering a lifting attending Catholic going up to the counter being like. Is that our food. Is that our check in because lift was coming and this is like most self conscious thing in the world to me is. I never want to be on east my food ready please. I ride food. I'm hungry and like juice. I mean you don't need to say it that's my whole point. You asshole is that she saw coming up and she's like here. It comes again and I was like no. I know what this looks like but are lift is here and then the lift driver left without us. It was fucked up. We fucked up bad we were. We were fine but I kept asking her. She was like Sir. Your order will be ready soon and I was like no I know I was like. I'll go check these like no. Oh come all check the bullet. I sound check after you left there like this why we switched to a window. Only ah the just order the lift after you get your food. We did. We fucked up we. We thought we dot our order was ready orbiting. Okay we fucked up. I will say you didn't come to the show on time your piece of Shit I'm just saying instead of having the things I about to these spinning out. I'm just saying just fucking get a plane that comes your time nailed them. Okay so the Sweet Potato Pie. This is our the last live show.
Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly
"Listening. Ascended the frame Oscar special. I'm John Horn host of the frame on KABC in Los Angeles. And I'm here with Jacquelyn coli editor at rotten tomatoes. Let's now turn into. Charlie's Thera in bombshell which she also produced theran plays former Fox News anchor. Megan Kelly who partners with other women at that network to take down the founder Roger Ailes. It's like we're telling women go on. Speak up for yourself just know. The entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead hall the Paranoid Man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. Honestly I was completely mesmerized by bombshell I was actually one of the biggest fans ends of the movie. It was kind of a bit critically divisive. I think not a lot of people liked giving some humanity to Megan Kelly but I personally found shelley's performance to be incredible and just kind of had to say about the balls it took for her to take on that role to produce it herself and to say that she wanted to tell this me too story I did talk with Charlie's an end. She told me why she wanted to make the film and why it was important to make it now. The script was written pre. Eh Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our culture as far as this conversation it's it felt else somewhat like a story in its own silo But but people were definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what what was about to come out and so you could feel it you could feel there was like this kind of like under this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware a little bit. I mean nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. How would you describe I bought? This movie is about it. It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing the fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet if they did why were they unlikely. Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments comments prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment. As how do you believe women. How do you know what's true how the emphasis is always on doubting the victim victim doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly Famously Asli Refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. That was Charlene Charlie Farren. She's nominated for her. Lead role in
"charlene" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Missing since October and as you've been hearing all day her body was found and this is exactly what everybody have assumed and her for mom and dad Charlene and add they all live her and that is a pain most of us will never know but those who have a calling in to tell their stories Alexis in Atlantic city you're in New Jersey one one point five hi yeah I I did lose the trial those about five years ago I lost my two year old daughter he was drop down by a car right sorry and yeah and a year and a half prior to that I had lost my brother cancer so my family is not any stranger to you know to greeting and a loss and at the only advice that I can give is that everybody grieves differently and you know us out one one spent reading penciling in on the other as for the court but you have to remember that they're going through it you know as well and they may not be able to get that far and don't let it come between you very important the you know together and and to lean on each other as much as possible to you but I understand that you're going to their own pizzas and and if you give them their you know their own state the other thing that I will say is that you know there's no word in the English language to describe moving catch somebody that loses a parent to call the north bend and someone that loses out to dinner with a where where where there's no words to describe the pain of losing a child and that's why there is no title press you know other than be read and which absolutely does not have that right right yeah at a part of all but like you know the time is a great healer and five years then and you know it's obviously not like it happened yesterday you never ever ever forget you you do you do though and you well mile one day and find Dorian and interest in the small things and you know it says I wouldn't I wouldn't wish that on anybody and it's exactly and it's exactly what anybody who was the one who was lost would want for their loved ones Alexis thanks for your call I have not been through that I hope to god I never will but just losing other people I know she's on to something there which is as everybody grieves differently that's one thing I mean I I told my I told my wife last year when she lost her Daddy is don't be don't be on some assumed time winding don't be don't be a slave to what you think you ought to be feeling and when you ought to be feeling it let's talk to Tony in Hammonton you're in New Jersey one one point five hello hi Tony hi hi I Hey I love HBO and thirteen ninety three for a motorcycle activate and like you said it was the worst things you can ever go through my son was a very smart boy committee going to the airport to be a pilot eighty guys like take the wheel on his motorcycle I would say the only thing that got me through he came back to me in a dream I'm a born again Christian he said mommy I tell my daughter please call me call me back if nobody come to that I came to tell you get my business say I love one man not at not being is in heaven I lost my husband last year a law I think that they are I'm not one of our land they belong to the lord and I commend you to whatever he wants to but we have to accept what god allowed I'm north it's accepted like that that's the only thing that gets me through and I can and I would think I would think you think about it every day every day you think about that one they they go on living through you guys lovers conditionally but I gotta think about what happened to Kobe Bryant any little daughter is so horrible but it's the only life they we know that there's another license call the real life and you beat it for ever and ever and ever with your loved ones that's why it's so important what they love one another entries are the way we want to be treated god bless you I listen to you guys every day the one I had the little small kids there were no one had cancer guide got you you love you guys you called you got beautiful art in family thank you for that may be all right now it's only absolutely no thank you for you and in this I thank you to everybody that I know that was a very unusual our and yeah it's safe with it's one of those things all the advice in the world in all the words in the world and well I'm Charlene and at bars are going to have to deal with this however they're going to have to deal with it everybody is different than a thanks for everybody call in New Jersey one one point five star you're working with.
"charlene" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Charlene Riva port that is due to the heightened tensions with Iraq US military posts bases and embassies are on high alert following threats of retaliation the city of Philadelphia has not received any credible threats but the police department says they have quote deployed additional resources to keep location had a historic significance tourist attractions are always potential soft target retired supervisor and special agent with the F. B. I.'s Philadelphia field office JJ cleaver tell CBS three that the greater threats are overseas US targets but that you can expect to see increased police presence in areas like Philadelphia now a question of collecting and analyzing intelligence it's going to indicate is there an imminent threat to US interests anywhere cleavers advice is to live like normally and select security take care of possible threats a Philadelphia spokesperson tells CBS there are extra patrol still in effect at places of worship following recent attacks in New York and Texas Charley Reese KYW newsradio in other news a violent crash this morning on a stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in western PA has left five people dead and more than sixty injured they will be shared a Howard has an update that certain things like somewhat of a pile of Pennsylvania Turnpike spokesperson Carl the fellow says the violent multi vehicle crash happened around four AM in Westmoreland County just outside of Pittsburgh the crash involved a tractor trailers of passenger toward us and then a and a passenger vehicle state police say the bus was traveling on a downhill curve when it struck an embankment rolled over the tractor trailers falling behind then struck the bus which was carrying dozens of passengers the fellow says the cause of the accident is unknown but exactly how and why it's unclear at this point certainly there will be investigations national transportation safety board going to be involved the turnpike was shut down for nearly a hundred miles as a result charity Howard KYW news radio back in Philadelphia three hundred fifty seven people were killed in the city in two thousand nineteen mostly by gunfire it's the highest number of homicides in the city in more than a decade in Philadelphia's district attorney Larry Krassner says that it's systemic gun violence and not his policies that are to blame he will be striving justice reporter Kristin Johannsen spoke with the Philadelphia the shootings also signed to more than fifteen hundred victims we all want the number of shootings becoming down not going up we all want the number of homicides coming down and we don't see a district attorney Larry Craster rejects any notion that lighter sentences in plea deals are part of the reason for the spike every study indicates that when punishment is certain and that's really more of a role the police to actually apprehend but fortunately we're seeing the clearance rate increase that can do something and then the swiftness of punishment and do something what doesn't do anything is you know having a status that's much longer much shorter has no impact he points to the larger problems of poverty lack of education and jobs when enormous problems have not been solved for many many years if you don't just go away you have to look the fundamental cause of these problems and and you have to compare yourself to cities where they do have an economy that is doing better they have put tens of million dollars into community based organizations they have managed to improve the level of educational achievement because that's where the real long term answers what Kristin Joe Hansen K. Y. W. news radio an arrest is been made in the killing of a South Jersey deli owner that's ahead on KYW newsradio right sports it is sponsored by the thank you for your continued support and wish you a safe and happy new year business picking up down to the lake is were ninety minutes away from game time for an update and the preview okay Degel said Seahawks running it back at the link in.
Charlize Theron on the Power of ‘Bombshell’
"But we're GONNA start today with Charlie's there. She's The star. Dr Producer of the upcoming movie bombshell Ferron Plays Megan Kelly in the film in her time at Fox News and later with a very brief stint then on the today show on NBC. Kelly came under fire more than once for some controversial comments that another person claiming it's racist to have a white Santa you know and by the way for all you kids watching at home. Santa just is white but this person is just arguing that maybe we should. We should also have a black Santa but you know Santa is what he he isn't just so you know we're just debating. This movie bombshell focuses. Not only on Kelly but also on other women at the network including former Fox. News host Gretchen Carlson. She Sued Fox News head. Roger Ailes for sexual harassment. But she wasn't alone ails harassed. A number of women At the network bombshell was nominated for four SAG awards this week including Best Ensemble cast includes Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie. I talked DOC TO CHARLOTTE. Is there in the morning that the SAG nominations came out. I want to be cool and talk like I'm just so not affected by any of Finney was pretty fascinating and it was really great. It was a great moment. This this film only exist because of the ensemble. How would you describe what this movie is about it? It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing a fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet they did. Why were they unlikely? Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments almonds prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment is. How do you believe women? How do you know what's true? How the emphasis is always on doubting the victim them doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly famously. Asli refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. No one Megan Kelly had said had some very problematic things about campus assaults and whether or not the men were not believed and that the women were believed to easily. I guess exactly a harsh but fair way to raise her position. You read Charles Randolph script for bomb. Show what was your reaction and what was going on In your professional career when you came across it you know I was We had a lot of things at Denver and Delilah by my production company and Development and we very strangely really. We were In Development on a project with Jay Roach who ended up directing Bombshell and we read it and just really I really loved it. I mean you have to understand. The script was written. Pre Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our in our culture as far as conversation it's it felt somewhat Story in its own silo But but people. We're definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what was about to come out and so you could feel it. You could feel there was like kind of like under the this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware I mean we. Nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. It's like we're telling women Golan speak up for yourself just know the entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead call the paranoid man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. We're talking with Charlene Darren. Who is an actor in and and producer of the new movie bombshell? was there a point where you felt. You found something from with inside you as an actor that connected you on some level to Megan Kelly. That wasn't part of her physical appearance. Yeah I mean listen when we started. I'd never ever thought I would ever say that much in common with Megan can Kelly. We have different point of views on on on a lot of things. So we'll just leave it at that But I through research. We started realizing that she was talking about a lot of Things that I could relate to as a woman in my industry strea- you know we definitely live in a world where men are rewarded and applauded for being ambitious and for being powerful and for having drive and for not taking no as an answer and and sometimes being the the not nice person in the room. Because that's the right thing to do you and it's right for the for the company and it's right for for your business and when women tend to have those qualities They very easily can be turned around and weaponized tonight against you or turn around into a negative and write a man is driven. A woman's a bitch. Yep there you go So that's that's where I think I emotionally tapped in to this part Megan. Kelly was part of something that was just really kind of mind blowing. That happened at Fox but The every day going to work the process the being called a bitch. When you're just trying to be the best at your job? All of those things felt very familiar to me as a woman. I related to those things and I could empathize empathize with a woman. Like that being a position that Sh- she found herself in having to struggle with the idea of coming forward and losing losing all of that and is that to you. The clearest line between what happened to make Kelly what happens to actresses in Hollywood. The difference between Roger Ailes Awesome Harvey Weinstein. Where do you see the most direct link between what's in this movie and what's in show business? Oh it's to me it. It's it's all a direct linked. I mean they I feel like this issue does not you know it doesn't behave or look at different in different places just because of the industry it is a non partisan issue this is this is really a a human right to feel safe in your workplace whether you work at Fox where you work at CNN or you work in Hollywood or you work at a bank in Minnesota or a mine in Minnesota. This is a human right that we should all have. Charlie's thanks so much for show. Thank you so much for having me. Charlie's Teheran Stars in and as a producer on bombshell it opens in theaters on December twentieth. You're listening to the frame weekend. I'm John
Devastated New Jersey Family, Police Searching For Missing 25-Year-Old Stephanie Parze
"An an emotional emotional appeal appeal to to the the public public from from the the parents parents of of a a missing missing freehold freehold township township woman woman Charlene Charlene Parsian Parsian her her husband husband ed ed tell tell CBS CBS to to everybody everybody just just help get the word out please it's like a hundred and ten twenty five year old Stephanie powers he hasn't been seen since leaving a family gathering on Wednesday night anybody with information can call freehold township police or the Monmouth County prosecutor's
"charlene" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"That's our topic today and we have an expert with us on the remarkable leadership podcast to talk about it. I guess is Charlene. Arlene Lee for the last two decades shining has been helping people see the future no crystal balls. She is in your times best selling author of six books including the newest release the disruption mindset why some business transform while others fail she has an entrepreneur who founded and ran altimeter group disruptive industry analyst firm that was acquired by profit in two thousand fifteen. She continues to work at Prophet as a senior L. O. That's a very fancy title Charlene. She is a sought after speaker has appeared at events ranging from Ted and the World Business Forum to South by southwest. She's appeared on sixty minutes in the PBS Newshour. I promised none of the questions will be sixty minutes esque today she's been unquoted on the Wall Street Journal The New York Times. USA Today Associated Press she was named as one of the top fifty leadership innovators by ink and one of the most creative people in business by fast ask company. She graduated Magna cum laude from how Harvard and received Your Mba from Harvard business school she lives in San Francisco. She just kicked the cat out of the room so we wouldn't get wouldn't walk across in front of the desk and so- Charlene Welcome. Thank you so much for having me looking for all right so that's a that's say long and illustrious sort of description about your past but I'd like to know a little bit more so give us a little bit about the journey like how do you get to this place sort of what what was the path that you took to get here. I came out of business school and joint newspapers of all the places Silicon Valley in Nineteen ninety-three because I wanted to be in the Middle South Valley. Doing this new thing called the Internet when I graduated wasn't even a worldwide web yet so that's how early I was and I. It was really lucky. I made this bed that I'm going into industry would give me the skills in the perspective. That was helpful but I I came back outed of newspapers. After five years started raising a family said I WANNA do with kids only at all not necessarily at work so I didn't want to be a manager anymore on a leader so when it became an analyst at Forrester and thought I'd do it for just a couple of years then realized I really enjoyed it. I love it and continue to love being allison thinking about world future explaining at understanding on and help people make the best use of all the information and examples house out there trying to make sense of this craziness so you really merged that that love for passion for the Internet back back in in the days when the Internet was AOL CDs in the mail right I'm old enough to remember that as well. I'm older than you so anyway but you merged with your business sense and in the end the analysts work to do the writing that you've done over the years and the the newest book is called as I said earlier the disruption Russian mindset so I think we should probably start with context in common language when you use that word disruption. What are you talking about. I'm primarily talking about pain that comes along. You're thinking through a new working relationships relationships that are nice stable. You know oh how things are going to work are expected. It's when you tear them. Apart Trenton Bowl the beginning to something new transform it into something that drives new wealth. That's what's hard our work exp- painful because he had to go through. MVP defying wetback future's going to look like so when people think about. Oh this'll be innovative. Let's career to new growth. They expected to be easy and I would say shoot. Innovations easy disruption is hard and for the most part people begin again the journey thinking they want to disrupt and end up stopping at a very actually gets hard and that's why I wanted to start start with language. 'cause it's easy to come up with the ideas. The innovative ideas ish but yet we're talking knob really doing something really you. Talk about the Big Gulp and we may talk about that in a minute but like really going for it and really doing it but let's your analysts so give us the business case. Why do we need to do it. I mean I mean okay okay because some people may be sitting there saying Okay Charlie. That's fine and Dandy for someone else. Businesses good meetings all right. You know this disruption steps uh-huh okay for somebody but we're good here. Don't good business and good but if you really realistically look get Your Business and say what does this look like three years from now twelve months from now two years from now and say what are the forces thinking impacting that even five years awesome now the change is happening so quickly. It makes you great now. What's IT GONNA look like for the future and this is a call to say hey take your blinders off and think about what the future's going to look like and if you're not thinking about the future and having a realistic look at it than making say I'm not saying you have to blow global business but you do have to make some changes chances already businesses nominal look the same today versus future every business business leader. I know of worker salt will mid that how big that change how willing you are to go with that change how much change your customers are going through versus. This is what you are feeling. If you don't acknowledge that your customer changing the you're not doing your business any hager's really pretty and and and it's interesting getting that you say you don't necessarily have to blow up your business and yet some of the examples that you use in the book and and for those of you that haven't yet read the book we're talking shatteringly the author of the brand new future bestseller the disruption mindset see you. I knew I could get you to smile at that. the disruption mindset you do use a lot of case studies. You talk a lot about the Intel some enrich stories as a part of the book and in some of those cases people did Dr near or pretty close to a blow up their businesses but I think it's important that you talk about that doesn't necessarily have to be all of everything so talk about that for a second because a lot of people that are listening or watching us you know aren't in the CEO Spa. It's GonNa ask this later but now. They're not in the CEO spot. How does this reply. Has this apply to them. And how do we some of these ideas that we're gonNA talk about. Throughout the episode the One thing I found about these companies obvious disruptive companies again the usual suspects like Uber Microsoft's Google facebook as well as this come some people will you may not necessarily as destructive university a Museu- nonprofits right even McKenzie. I haven't there been like the most conservative survey consulting team. That's out there. You know they blew themselves and it was not pretty and it continues to eat credit. The thing is the S. I think of disruption is not a honor off. It is a continuum. He can speak about skeleton one entire. Were you were your organization. You should know what your numberous in. What kind of change are you able driving interested in creating a meal people. All the wave hands say disrupted good but delay actually create change. I think that you are a leader. Leaders create change if you're not creating change for managing presence so that is the that's the key he difference here. I wrote this book. Leaders not necessarily. CEO's and a leader doesn't have a title that's given to them. It is a job a day. Take upon themselves to create that change your this the people who are listening to this they see themselves as leaders remarkable leaders will how do you on a daily basis says become a remarkable leader and that is about the change to create. I couldn't have said it better. You said something you wrote something in the I think it's in the beginning of the book I actually think it's in the introduction that I thought was profoundly useful and you said that we typically approach disruption backward. Can you that that's when I read a good book. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA step back everybody so you you can take a little break sherline when I read a good book when the one of the things that defines it to be good for me as it gives me something to think about. I never thought about the or or says it in a way that causes me great pause now. There's a lot of a lot of stuff in this book. We're GONNA continue to talk about some of those things when you made that statement that we approach disruption backward and then described it. That was one of those moments for me. Can you talk about what you mean because I think and so if you're if you're listening now everybody and you know you're doing jogging. Whatever this is the time to stop and get ready to really listen. I I think this is super bowl. Go ahead most of the time he kinda hyped it up pretty good so there's no pressure on me the way I thought about it is that people saying we need. We're looking for something disruptive technology innovations. Dr Ruth but it's actually woth that creates disruption we think about all of these could do growl would change in to be better but when it comes down to receive those those options in front of us a song by really hard like you don't WanNa do that. That's going to be too disruptive. Louis step away so immidiate organizations. Call me and say what are the technologies. We need a hat already. Know everything you need to know. We could be could spend time talking about this. Great Break Right Shiny objects but it won't get you any further. I'm interested in coming in having won our conversation with you. About what does your future look like a smear. Who's your future customer because unless you can identify who that future customers that you are so either can't wait to serve in represent so much growth then there's nothing you can do about it because you're going to be happy comfortable sitting in court the president where you are in the only thing the one simple thing that gets you to beat. This is the passion to serve future customer and that's what's going to push you move that those tough days through that destructive times to drive back row in one simple idea but incredibly readily difficult to pull off and like a good author. The book talks about that over and over without. I don't think you actually say that again really really but the stories continue to share that message in even now as I'm listening to you say it rather than reading it you talk about it. They're talking about it there. You talk about it there and again it comes up with not for profits as well as for profits companies. You've heard of people you've never heard of and that I think is really great so the book is based around the idea idea of three big elements and I want to dive into one of them but before we do that what are the three elements that you think are required for us to to create description. Yeah I'd be tragic. Focus on your future customer elitist ship. That's focused on creating movements movements that can move without you. ought to be able to chase after that future customer and then the third parties have culture a culture of the organization that thrives with flux and the change age at it so these are all three things you can control at influence as a.
"charlene" Discussed on KOMO
"Charlene Lyle's won't begin for several months this due to a legal dispute over what evidence from the now dismiss civil case against the police officers involved can be admitted as a suit against the city continued division videotaped deposition. officers who we now. what I'm hearing their cancel are probably not ever going to show up in the singles. early Lyles was killed in a confrontation with Seattle police two years ago the inquest will determine how she died but not assigned guilt or innocence to the officers involved the attorneys general from forty eight states Washington DC importer Rico have opened an investigation into Google's business practices almost Charlie harder spoke to a local professor professor John Kirkwood of Seattle university isn't surprised to see this happen but also says he doesn't know whether a lawsuit may come out of it. possibility of cases he is he is a real the allegations against the big tech giants are principle but each one of them faces. forget obstacles misty level investigation comes as federal regulators also looking to Google as well as Facebook Amazon and others Charlie harder como news of supporters and opponents of sound transit three argued before the state Supreme Court today they disagree with the latest tax package to pay for light rail in increased public transportation was written clearly enough for voters to make an informed decision Joel Arden Desmond brown with the two attorneys making arguments phasing matter to draft this correctly it involves actually putting the tables you want to use in the statute that you pass and vote on the statue was not to allow tax rate to calculate the tax you wish to stay the war to delegate authority to sound transit to impose the tax decision is expected in the coming months channels professional sports teams joining forces in support of plate equity in king county the mariners Seahawks founders and storm said the goal is to improve access to safe and fun physical activity for all kids in the county the partnership follows the release of the state of play Seattle king county report which finds less than one in five kids gets the recommended amount of exercise each day it's thirty four minutes after the hour. triple a traffic.
"charlene" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"D. T. K. is Charlene in Troy Charlene thanks for hanging on go ahead please thank god well you know the the way they feel is that the they can slander and smear the president all they want but he's not supposed to say anything but you say one little thing about them and they're screaming and yelling and carrying on but I want to make a point about Baltimore to this is something I saw on the internet that would not put out by the media that the man in the community we're standing in front of the police to protect them from the from the people who were protests in the the people that they brought in to start trouble and I thought that was very telling of how the community felt about their police officers is that they were standing in front of them to protect them from the thugs that dial you know we're sending in Boston to start trouble and Charlene I guess I sort of didn't mention something about Baltimore and I should at the beginning what a beautiful city it is and what a beautiful surrounding area it is and how beautiful Chesapeake Bay and and and some of the yeah that that whole area of the country is just absolutely beautiful and worthy of our attention and not worthy of the negative attention that it's getting from the people who represent it for crying out loud and I really do appreciate your call and you know they don't deserve it we're gonna have more of some of the shenanigans including my favorite and and much of her things that she had to say she had to leave I'm things that she had to say over the weekend and I think you'll find them interesting and then I'm an open up the phone lines completely at eight hundred ninety three ninety three eighty five as we continue with the John McCullough show here on FM one a one point five and A. M. fourteen hundred the patriots.
Cherry C., Charlene And Seaborn discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"Ed Sheeran confirming he married his childhood friend and fiance cherry C. born in an interview with Charlene the god about his new album comment came while discussing us on there could his new song remember the name in which she calls Seaborn his
A crisis of comedies at the box office
"KCRW sponsors include Universal Pictures, presenting the new movie yesterday, would, if you were the only person that remembered, the Beatles ever existed, from the director of Slumdog millionaire and the writer of love actually yesterday in theaters Friday, June twenty eighth. I Matt Bellamy filling in for Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me is Brooks, Barnes of the New York Times, and Brooks were dealing with somewhat of a crisis in a certain corner of Hollywood and that is the corner that makes comedies for theatrical distribution. These are movie comedies, and this summer one after another has just been flopping in theaters this past weekend, late night, a very heralded comedy starring and written by Mindy. Kaeling was a total flop five million in many thousand theaters. And it was bought for thirteen million at the Sundance film festival in January, so Amazon, which bought the film, and then released it had big hopes for this movie didn't work. Out what's going on? You know, when you look at that graph teach are published about comedy over the last decade is just like hits you in the face. It's like from two point five billion in two thousand nine to one billion last year. I mean is just a precipitous drop. And so there couple of things that are across the board. Right. The rise of streaming. But I think they're also things specifically about these movies about late night. For example, has some very movie by movie reasons that things aren't going. Well, yeah, I look at the movies that have not done well, this summer, and there have been some studio comedies, like palms which was a an older, female or ended film cheerleaders. And there was long shot, which was a Seth Rogan Charlie's Theran comedy that a while ago you would have thought it would be in the vein of knocked up, which made hundreds of millions of dollars. And it totally flopped, and then book smart was a smaller comedy that got amazing reviews and no one showed up. So I think there's something is going. On. And I think it has to do with this devaluation of the theatrical experience, increasingly movie, goers are saying, we want the biggest the most expensive the event films in theaters and the rest, you know what? Maybe we'll wait for streaming. Yeah. It's not that streaming Netflix has trained people to look for comedy at home necessarily, not in theaters. It's that streaming has trained us to expect exe- entertainment. You know, at highlights the expense, and hassle of going to the theater across the board and the studios aren't blameless, here, either because consequentially they have focused on making these international tent poles and the knock on comedy is at sometimes it is America specific, the stars and the comedy doesn't travel as well overseas. So I think when you're thinking about these mid budget comedies that used to be a stable of the studios. They just aren't willing to make those bets anymore. And Seth Rogan Charlene Darren can't bring people to. The theater who can well late night. You know, there are a couple of things people haven't talked about much. I'll take the bullet one of them. One of them is that Mindy Kaeling is not a movie star. She's an enormously talented, actress and writer, but audiences don't seem to. She doesn't seem to be a draw in theaters which kind of brings us back to that streaming question at the beginning, right? What gets us out of our home to pay for all that popcorn and a babysitter and parking and all of that. And the and the other thing is that when you look at Amazon, this is their tenth release and there's not one of those, that's worked, I guess, maybe Cold War. Foreign film at about four point five million dollars, but you know, they don't seem to know what they're doing with these movie releases and the irony here is that there was a movie star, two of them actually that had a release last weekend, and it was Jennifer, Aniston and Adam Sandler in a Netflix movie that premiered exclusively on Netflix. And while the critics didn't like it. Netflix, put out, one of their periodic audience boasts on Monday saying, thirty million accounts access the film, which, as we've noted many times that is not verified by any outside auditing service. But it shows that people. Were interested in a comedy last weekend. They just weren't interested in going to the theater. And that's right. And the other thing that those Netflix numbers, they say, it's how many accounts watched seventy percent of the title. And so I don't know about you, but I often find myself in the other room with Netflix running the living room, so who many people are actually watching. I don't know. But the interest is, is the key point like you said and that comes from big stars. That's New York Times reporter Brooks Barnes. He joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Matt Bellamy. And this is the Hollywood breakdown.
Charlize Theron proudly affirms her child is transgender
"Charlene's Theran came out and about her child being transgender. So as you guys know, she adopted her seven-year a year old Jackson back in two thousand twelve and I guess there was like years of speculation, which I honestly was unaware of Charlene's confirmed in an interview the Jackson identifies as a girl. So I'm going to quote this. She says, yes, I thought she was a boy to until she looked at me when she was three years old and said, I'm not a boy. So there you go I have two daughters Jackson in August who just like any parent. I wanna protect and I wanna say thrive they were born who they are. And exactly where in the world both of them an exactly where in the world both of them get to find themselves as they grow up at who. They wanna be it's not for me to decide. Fucking awesome. This is like a very she took a page out of Angelina Jolie's playboy, God, this is like I I love the story she it was so handled so well, and so Adam ably like I I can't I can't say enough. Good things out Charlie's. Yes. She went on to say that you know, as as a parent is not. Her job tell her kids how they should identify. But to quote, celebrate them into love them and to make sure that they have everything they need in order to be what they want to be. And if that is not the most perfect, quote about parenting that I've ever heard I don't know because it's it's completely true. It's just like I always say that. I mean, I think in my own life. I feel this way like unconditional love is what really has driven me to be able to thrive. And I you feel the same way and just having that love, and that's all abrasion, and you're allowed to be you whatever you means. And having that support of your parents is kind of you know, it's on parallel. There's nothing like that. So it's it's great. And and good for her that she is. So woke no incredibly an end, especially when you consider that her daughter was adopted it's kind of crazy like who? Who knows what family they could event. She could have ended up in to end up with Charlie's you so supportive, and so amazing. And so accepting of who she is is is incredible. And it's I I agree. It's just it's it's unparalleled in absolutely is.
Is Brad Pitt dating Angelina Jolie's 'enemy' Charlize Theron?
"While your entry point. I had no idea that Angelina Jolie and Charlie's thorough were enemies. Why those headlines thank you. Okay. So so first of all I the. Okay. So so I went out of order. But this is how the weekend began. The first headline comes out. That Charlie's therein. And how are we saying Farrand Saron? Oh, yeah. That. It is what it is that the two of them have been dating. And that they were seen over the weekend. The last week quote all over each other. Do we have photographic evidence? Negative of this hotness happening. No, who's telling us close to the situation. Oh, please. I says that they were introduced by her ex fiance, Sean Penn, but the two of them have been seeing each other, quote, the new lovebirds were all over each other the showbiz function. Show showbiz function anyone last week. This is what a source claimed. Yeah. So already I'm calling foul on this. And then I get that second headline, which this is the headline the second headline. They came out which was my first encounter the headlines, which was that Angelina Jolie, she mad y'all because she does not like Shirley's there. And why doesn't she likes your Shirley's there? And she's her mortal enemy, wow. Did this happen? Well, actually, there wasn't like a precipitating factor. The real reason why allegedly is because Shirley's there and is taking all of Angelina Jolie's roles in question, you guys, please. Julie. He as maybe not successful in the acting feel like Academy Award winning actress Angelina Jolie, she's doing. Okay. She's doing okay. Yeah. So that's the second headline. That's being pushed down our throats is like, oh, no Angelina is mad. It makes it sound like Angelina Jolie in Charlie's there and have been mortal enemies since birth right? The guy from unbreakable and Mr. glass like they are pitted against each other diametrically opposed. Also, convenient ones blonde and one brunette exactly then then then I get the third headline. This is the one that is not often reported which is. Angelina Jolie seen outside looking solemn because she's very upset that. Brad pitt. She's probably like, I don't know. Maybe she had gas. She was just walking down the street made like face. Washing laundry, just based on the private life. You guys have told me about Angelina Jolie just Casey doing this. She just seems like she's got a lot on the plate. No Angela doesn't have time for mortal enemies point. She just seemed like she's got a lot going on like a lot of stuff done pack from our own. I just she does does not strike me as I'm going to hate you in the shins shallows in the Doug. She doesn't strike me as she's also just busy not being pleased. With Brad Pitt. I don't think she cares who he's with. No. I don't think so either. I don't think he's actually with Shirley's in either. No, I don't think he is. Now, I want to add a little bit to this Colleen. This is the lead story on people dot com right now. Do people dot com is running with the headlines Brad Pitt peer peon here. Shirley's there met six months ago on a shoe to quote, they have spent time together. Well know Blake Sherlock because they're sitting side by side at a photo shoot. So of course, they spent time together. Now this according to a source telling people magazine exclusively now going on. Yes. Exactly. Because to other relationships we've talked about in the realm of conspiracy theory, one being Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra shown us shown us. Thank you very much. They worked exclusively through people magazine, that's where their wedding weaken photo-spread was published. Also going back to our other celebrity relationship. Does your from last week would be? What do we call them? Sweat sweat. I'm like why just forgot their name? Yes. The Katherine Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt relationship. Yeah. So, of course, people dot com is running with this headline trying to make us think that Brad Pitt and Charlene stare at her having a relationship together because people magazine is where you go when you want to fan the flames of your fake romance in order to gain publicity. Yeah. Yes. Lazy? Totally done. Now. Holly, I have it on good authority that there might be a corresponding blind item that we could toss out there. Oh,
"charlene" Discussed on 790 KABC
"You're listening to Charlene talk about her experience. What for you aligns with what you hear the women that you work with talk about as they enter into recovery. Well, the first thing I wanna say to start letting is that I'm just so happy to that. You've got this movie out there because. You know, it's there is so much misinformation out in our society around this, and whenever I see somebody like a actress or actor that is the later ball and like friendly stain like, I think of like David Duke Coveney Ryan, would, you know, coming out about this people that someone that people can relate to then they think, oh, you know. Maybe there is hope for me that, you know, there there are people that this is a normal thing. And so it's just it's so important that the people who are suffering from the disorder speak out about it. And that's what happened with alcoholism. That's what happened with you know, because about thirty years ago, we had the same attitude towards alcoholism as we do towards sex addiction. Memorial problem, a lack of willpower. He's not a disease. You know, that kind of thing that then people like that he had got out there and said now, wait a second. And they started making good movies about it and people started coming forward. So what you're dealing is making a huge impact. I think on and has a huge effect on public opinion. So yeah, thank you. Thank you. Yeah. In terms of what you were talking about. I, you know, I think Charlene your story is very common for what people a lot of women struggle with and a lot of times, they'll be wrestling with these relationships feeling like, you know, an emptiness around them, and so much pain around the heavier and not know that it's an addiction. It's so great that someone gave you that resource and help lead you to, you know, get support for yourself. It seems like there's a lot of confusion with people that maybe don't understand addiction, so well around process addictions, so that would be like shopping or gambling in terms of really viewing it as an addiction and just as destructive of something as substance, but I think we can say that perhaps, you know, eating disorders or a process addiction. Certainly a lot of people would agree that that's an addiction. So I often compare it. So that when I'm talking to people that really have. A hard time understanding process addiction. Clashes addictions, kill to realize I mean, unfortunately, with sex addiction, we have really high rates a suicide -ality one of the problems. We have on our unit is we have to deal with one to one suicide watch is just like what you were talking about Charlene. The pain is just so, but well-meaning that that seems like the only option, and so I, you know, I think it's very important that people get information about this. I couldn't agree more. And you know, when we think about the recovery from any kind of addiction is not easy at all. But we don't need alcohol, and we don't need cocaine to sustain our lives. We do need love we do need sex. We do need currency and money to exchange things, so recovering from some of these behavioral or processor Dixon's is often more challenging for people because abstinence isn't a cut and dry black and white answer. We might be able to reincorporate love and affection and intimacy into our world in a way that doesn't set the train off the tracks again. And I think that's where a lot of people get so flummoxed in their early recovery's. And some a lot of people have a lot of fear because they think, oh, this means I'm never going to be able to have sex again, if I get into recovery, and I think for a lot of people, for example in twelve step programs sponsor might recommend a period of abstinence. But it certainly doesn't mean that we want or just that people have stained from any type of sexual activity for the rest of their lives. But in order to heal we have to take a break. So that not only can we recalibrate. But we can you know, addiction is something that is a solution until it stops working. So we have to feel the deeper issues, and the feelings that were we were trying to non for so long. So that we can recover from those. I'm curious I want to hear from both Dr Kearns and Charlene about what do you think are the unique challenges that women face as they are coming forward trying to get treatment for this condition. One thing that I think is the real difficulty for women is that the family therapy for male partners is way behind in what it is for a female. So there's a lot of resources out there for female partners of sex addicts. There's there's lots of support groups, but when are females get into recovery, and they're in a in a long term relationships, those male partners. Oftentimes, don't have the same resources. There's not books that are out there for men. There are a lot of times they feel isolated. She support groups that are more mostly women. So it's a huge deficit nurse field right now, and it really can be difficult because family therapy is so important healing this addiction. So important sell for a lot of women. That's a real struggle. I think it's just hard to. To feel safe and even sharing about this. Because I don't believe the space has been created yet. Because even with my own experience of starting to tell friends about it first, there's the people that you feel the judge man the shame and the stigma around it or like, oh, we're just a slight person or all that. And then they're the other people that actually mean well, but they don't understand. So they're just like they feel like their solution is like we'll just get over it or you know, let's just go get drunk and hook up with somebody else. Like, they don't understand that. It's actually serious and destroying our lives. Like, they don't see what the big deal is. Yeah. Right, which go ahead. I would agree. The stigma is another thing that it's almost like for men. It's become it's still stigmatize, but it's much more acceptable socially for them to come forward with women. There is all this, you know, slut shaming that happens. The unfortunate that there's all of these as you mentioned, double standards for women and things like that. So it's so hard for women to reach out to start having those conversations Charlene was saying it just as a whole nother barrier. That men don't have to deal with at least not the same extent. Right. Yeah. Well, I mean, it's it's so, unfortunately, part and parcel in a culture that validates men for being in their sexual prowess. And then stigmatizes impunity is is women for being in their own sexual vitality and women have sort of there's an understanding for a lot of women and men that women ought to be either Madonna's or horse, right? And so to wrap one's head around the possibility that some could have an addictive reaction to a set of sexual behaviors to relationship behaviors really does automatically create a dichotomy view of women. And for somebody who's trying to get help that can be a huge stigmatizing barrier. Even acknowledging what they've been going through. Right. So I'm curious, you know, Dr Kearns if you can tell us a little bit more about some of the programs that the meadows has to offer for women who are trying to get help. I know we started that conversation and didn't get to finish it. Oh, sure. Well, there's you know, the Bank campus that is for a chemical dependency and trauma. They also have an eating disorder program for women and a sex addiction program specifically for women. They also have intensive where you can come in for just a week, and you can do that with for eating disorders trauma sex addicts, and they have couples and. No for people that want to do a shorter program. I know Lauren, and I have sent a lot of people to the to the meadows and various programs, but specifically one of the programs that we often send people to is survivors, which is one of those one week intensive so that you were mentioning and this program does such an excellent job of really helping people on earth all of their early childhood wounds and make sense of how it's been impacting them in real time. So they can get a handle on it and start to really heal in a profound way, and we were talking about earlier sometimes people don't even recognize altered like disconnection or the hypercritical of maybe one of their parents that was actually traumatic. They don't recognize that is trauma survivors is excellent in deciphering. What was what? So how can people get a hold of.
"charlene" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Have? We we bought whatever why is it taking those drugs in doing that. He had Robin had a long history of depression. Yes. He did. So he had taken antidepressants in the past as well. And if you've heard enough of this show, you know that when you take antidepressants and they increase serotonin it actually produces depression. And they also drop your blood sugar drastically. And when they do that when your blood sugar drops, you lose brain cells immediately. Which is one reason why you get depressed. And a lot of depression before these drugs ever hit the market was caused by low blood sugar the blood sugar dropping the brain saying, hey, help I'm in trouble here. And instead of taking care of the blood sugar. They were just thrown in drug Charlene. Thanks for the call. I appreciate that was one thing. I need you to help me understand an and we'll be heading into a break, but was started now. And and after the break, you can continue to discuss this. But I mean in in in many of these mass shootings there, there seems to be, you know, long term planning. It's not a spontaneous kind of a lashing out. How is that? There's that music. So we'll we'll we'll get to this. After the.
Tariffs threaten Apple's China success
"Apple shares have been trending down since President Trump warned. Last Friday that he was ready to slap tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports. KCBS is Mike HOGAN said the tech sector would be one of the hardest hit. Apple shares started tumbling after President Trump tweeted that the tech giant should make products in the US if it wanted to avoid tariffs on Chinese imports tech experts say the tweet shows the president doesn't understand how the supply chain works, for example. If you look at something like Apple's air pods. These components that they get are strung out all over not only China, but other parts of Asia that are then put together, and then manufactured over there. Tech ATL is Tim Barrett with creative strategy says despite being impractical producing iphones in the US would make them prohibitively expensive. We've estimated if you tried to manufacture something like the iphone here. The actual cost could be as much as fifty to sixty percent higher to the consumer at that stage of the game hits apple in a very big way. Because the demand would go not just apple. The proposed terrorists would make all imported computer parts more
Stacy Brooks, Arizona and Trump discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"John Lithgow is set. To play former Fox. News chief Roger Ailes and an upcoming movie about the sexual harassment scandal with put. An end to his career the film features an ensemble cast with Charlene Darren playing Megan Kelly Cole Kidman is. Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson and Margot Robbie as an associate
Wichita Police: Deaths of mother and son appear to be murder-suicide
"Wichita police say the deaths of a woman and her son appear to be a murder suicide officers were called to a. Wichita home late Sunday by, a woman who said her family was concerned. Because he had not been able to reach. Your sister police found, fifty five year old Deborah Fisher dead from, a stab wound. Her twenty eight year old. Son Cody Comstock, was found dead at a separate room from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound police say they. Are not looking for any suspects in the two
Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Marvel Villain
"Every morning Country game question of Wichita with pinky and Boehner you're on with Johnny Depp used to do that show Yeah great cooking segments you can. Just have them do one interview with one person and just have everyone else use clips of that interview. Then I want to do that Wait a minute so, you try to tell me if you put, him, on with Robin Roberts on GMA that and, he, said, something. That, makes news. That every. Newscast. In the country. Isn't, gonna use a, clip of that and also say well Johnny Depp was out promoting his new movie blah blah blah yeah of course. They are okay here's an example They will do, it, but, Robin. Roberts, is now. Going to. Skew. It towards her Her agenda you can't just do one interview, it's like right now Howard Stern will. Get people on for. An hour or so Brad Pitt goes on with Robin Roberts he's got five minutes if Howard Stern he gets one hour. Is, he gonna have to, talk about other things that he probably doesn't want to yeah but for good. Forty five minutes of that hour and I've done a. Show four or five times. You. Get to talk about what you wanna talk about. You can control the dialup Johnny Depp does not wanna. Talk about punching that guy he does not, want to talk about, why he's bro so. He goes to talk about the movie. Save programs that yes and I get that and that's why people are getting divorced they don't wanna do red carpets because they. Know that they're going to get. Is. It's it's a whole Hollywood sort of ring and that's the. Way it's done EKG I'm gonna, go. Get, one of those, after the show today Caitlyn Jenner wants to. Play marvel villain oh in. This week special variety issue on? Transgender Hollywood Caitlyn Jenner, I want to name her what would you would she be It wouldn't be a villain on Like on JAMES. BOND I'm thinking of one. Away JAMES BOND had a trans JAMES BOND Barbara broccoli Bravo. And cubby. Broccoli, data trans sexy woman in one thousand nine hundred seventy four I believe yeah it was a, man, who used to be. A woman and nobody. Knew what it, was. Like oh it's a bond girl she's totally hot. Man y'all. Got duped boom so like they're, aware head of their time, nowadays. It'll be she wants to be a villain and. That's, a little okay fine? But she doesn't want to be a bond girl okay didn't? The transgender. Thing isn't she a little old to. Be. Playing a villain movie no villains I just watched deadpool. Two last night fantastic. And Josh Brolin's fifty something. And he was the villain You got how old is Caitlin Sixty-nine I think is that? Too old to play a villain That's the name the villain's name is sixty nine Electro sixty-nine yes yes yes Wrap it. Up. It's, done I think you. Can have. An older villain nobody cares. Faye Dunaway was. The, villain, supergirl remember that well listen think about the last bond that I saw Leo terell and it was the guy. Married to the hot, Spanish they're both. From Spain and he was he was he was he was ugly jacked up face and, he took his. Jaw out heavier bar them it's like fifty, is married to hot one but Caitlin always wants. To be, glam doubt though I'll. Please you're acting you gotta you gotta ugly. Yourself up for a row look at look, at Charlene's on in Halle Berry. Steve Edwards for his role here's a story that neither one of us have to worry about and, positive people are. Universally hated A study conducted you I think I am positive but go ahead showed that, highly cooperative and. Generous people can attract hatred and social placement, especially in competitive environments dear this manifestation of tall. Poppy syndrome, comes about especially when. We syndrome think about the dreaded office optimists. Are making us look bad the report concluded, study published recently in the psychological. Science magazine found that cooperative behavior attracted punishment most often in groups whose members compete with one another This was even the. Case when punishing or going after the do-gooder. Lessen the benefits for the entire group including the punisher or this is, human nature are, these psychology professor I don't care what study said always. I always try to be, positive in a situation even though something sock and sometimes you're going through a bad time, just try to be. Grateful try to be I know it sucks I, know trust me I've had two divorces I found a birth family I I can. Tell you have come on this study is one hundred and ten percent accurate k. the nicest. Person the nicest person I know and I don't know Well thank you well. We've worked together for years. I think you could say the embarrassing receptionist. At my dentist's office okay ways syrupy sweet okay that's too much I'm, not syrupy sweet, but she really genuinely a syrupy Too much for me and so they tell you look sake come. Across as a little disingenuous okay so this. Is the news that she's got a break to, you first of. All. You, got the. Root, canal and she's got a. Schedule the appointment and having her be so nice just ask insult. To. Injury how. They're. Smart. They hired somebody. Sugary sweet to tell, your cavity cavities are Jackie yeah Yeah and then she tells. You how much it cost oh so she breaks, bad news to. You And she doesn't show with? This. Cheshire cat smile on her face the goes from. Year, to year but did you like her Not, after she told me. I needed a root canal k. wanted, to slap her in the face I. Can't but generally speaking she she got a lovely she's a. Lovely person of the problem Why, do you think I was a hostess till they found out my true colors and I couldn't lie. To people, host is is, with, the most you see. People smoking not smoking joking come on Atala joke They hire the people that have a personality. That get, and I I like people I can get along, with you but you gotta at some point and, I listen I don't know who that person would be in. This joint who do you think is the happiest person here who walks around smiling, like there whistling Dixie out of. Their assets Well. This is AM radio. This is the complaint department alive listen I didn't know am radio I joined. Here I talked to people on the FM side I talked to her I love it I love. It and I remember Saint people, saying oh my God what are you doing in the. FM status, I don't know talking everybody people are nice Rhonda, Kramer is nice this is the information that she, conveys is not always as nice as her that's her peeling. Out getting away from us right now by the way that sound in the nice, when I tell you four hours So you're basically the receptionist.
Hillary Clinton and Steven Spielberg team up for TV drama about women's right to vote
"Like School how much Robert free Bradford from the, ticket I think that I would. Not have it if I had it Ringo Starr Yup and Phil and Courtney John McCartney but this, is now lean? In a new and. Improved Curtis whose fault as I will blame Brehm who are you a member Test is like what's the eighth month of the years just basic you know what's the. Fourth month of the year Flex functional straight to? Be stuck. Functional strength to beat the jam will run it What go out ship sail, what I'm gonna guess Eighty-six fourteen very close Kirk, eighty seven fourteen Beaumont. Eighty seven four hundred thirteen It's time for Curtis Kirk and Callahan Headlines, brought to, you by Dr, Robert Leonard Dr Matthew the press v hair loss leaders in. New England one, eight hundred. Get here, first of. All Chris Curtis good, morning good morning Oh boy That's something. That's that's you have to have. That, ready oh don't you think you could? Just reprint Good. Morning, Martin good morning hey how you doing Now if. I ask them so good morning? Private he's all why. Did you move. The mic dally it's like erect I don't know he's doing he's doing a. Good job to the first. Hour and a half he's he's just he's. Okay and, I would just. Get, some animal crackers Oh he did yes he was like one of. Those guys like. He feels like it's one of those movies where. They've got you. Like like diehard or something where the bad guy plays a trick on the guy that, he, moves all. Explo- he'll be killed look like? The next movie makes. What's Danny Glover. Was on the toilet that's exactly it that's exactly it looks like moved to. The all it's gonna explode. They don't move lethal weapon good or great Good Now the Greek very good at saying not, great No, mel's Creighton everything. Well Danny Glover's, awesome too. Yeah they've. Great chemistry those are good? Good, point good movies. You ever. See lethal weapon no. I have not I have I. Love that movie how good you think rob Lois I thought he was Probably. Shouldn't want an. Oscar all right go? Ahead headlines being hosted once again for the first time I think in two thousand eighteen no no no I hosted here at the great Dickerson and drellich. Show weeks ago okay I suppose. By, Alex remix. Yes. Good. Morning, guys how are. We today I, have a. Show that. You both will be interested? In, Hillary Clinton and. Steven Spielberg. Teaming up on a. TV project based on a lane. Weiss's book the woman's Hey what's Hillary. Okay. What's Hillary's role women's our? Executive. To win the. Vote yes she's going? To executive produce the series the book came out earlier this year and it falls the activists who had the decades long fight to grant women the right. To vote I'll just read a page of every day because I. Don't, want to do want to save only. Nine thousand pages looking forward and Bill Clinton actually didn't know already sold the series to show time with James Patterson, to be based on Shot is good guess James Patterson made eighty. Seven million dollars last year it is so weird it's only one other author made more j. k. Rowling correct No one no one else was in anywhere near them it's so. Weird to me. That he. Wrote that book about what's his, face you know the one we read Epstein Epstein make a lot. Of noise at all though who's really good that's. Excellent. And he never mentioned Clinton wants, and I thought. That's strange now I know why Clin doesn't care like Clinton went. To that pedophile island with him yeah and and ordered. His secret service I've. Seen jail he was convicted by now you read that book That should. Be the. Craziest book I've ever been is, there and and Trump was on the plane with them too I. Mean that's the reason that that hasn't stuck with. Whom. One time with whom two time, Academy Award winner. Kevin Spacey because on the plane with those two That was when he found all the underage Sex workers Or girls Hillary never made it to Jeffrey Epstein's No bathing suit in the beach they'll. Go ahead it's got to be proud of your what you got unequal Kidman is in talks to play Gretchen Carlson. In a new Fox News movie expected to join Charlene stare on in the film about ousted CEO Roger l.. Margulis Margot Robbie destroy. Joined. The cast as well I saw she did. Yes Darren is going. Play basically. Justifying Sharon Tate Tarantino would with, pitting that's right who's playing who's playing Bill? O'Reilly Bill O'Reilly said that didn't they Now I don't have it. Here Ron's playing gusting bald Dreyfuss good you know what the liberals will be cloned over. Each other to get, those? Roles it's a big yet right, it's a, chance that that really I mean so Weinstein. Started this the, real metoo movement but I mean Roger Ailes is at the? Onset, of? All what's his name Roger Russell? Have you seen Russell Crowe Russell Crowe in, the trailer, for this Nicole Kidman movie you know the. Woman I guess, where they sent oh sorry they take something that's exactly what? I, said? Have you seen the trailer Is they send the kid, to to boy, what interrupted or something probably not as gay they send, to the, to the, to this to watch that. And, the, other one you told me about is the. The British the British way Russell caucus on this. Week we want to do with you they send them to get, reprogramming how much Movie I don't know. To eighty Russell Crowe yeah I don't know Not that tall. Actually fat I met. Him one time in LA's not that tall, he's fat is natural it's. Not like he wasn't fat nearly confidential. But, he is now Oh yeah this. Is the fault wasn't. Fat and gladiator either but he's now the, education of Cameron post This is called. Boy interrupted are the Moyer was a. Movie Girl Interrupted, that's boys. Boy. Raced, race. I think that's right the grinder seen must be, really good at those case I'm shocked sexual Unbelievable Stress It's shock. Me it worked Girlfriend Emotionally scarred in the hallways we Reverend this, earlier but it is worth hearing the, sound I, think joy. Behar I came to Al Franken's defense on the. View he's a gentleman guys in. Him groping woman was just a. Joke so I saw that photograph where he was putting hands pretending to touch, them but she didn't really touch. Them that was a sophomoric joke by a comedian in a time when, pitted, no he was going to become the Senator was.
Prince Harry Carries on Princess Diana's Legacy by Announcing AIDS Initiative With Elton John
"Doesn't come as much of a surprise for b twelve riders that. It's this year's recipient of this Lepe award, for the city's most unreliable bus the award is handed out every year by, commuter advocate groups transit center and the straphangers campaign Jackie Cohen is, campaign, coordinator for the straphangers speed twelve in Brooklyn brunches about twenty one point, four percent of the time or, every one in five buses approximately. Comes bunched and so what that means is that buses are. Not on schedule it's one buses. Come together in a heard the pokey award for the city's slowest bus goes to. The, m forty two which averages three point two miles an hour. On, forty second street You might not wanna wait much longer to pick up that. I've vonda Trump dress that you've had your eye on the first. Daughters clothing brand is folding and it staff, is being laid off retailers including Nordstrom Hudson's bay have stopped selling vodka Trump, products over the past year and a half citing their poor performance Some locals near Aberdeen Scotland weren't too keen on the initial. Development of the Trump organizations golf somebody in their midst and now the Trump family is ready to move ahead with phase. To the woman who didn't ninety six million dollar investment plan for the Aberdeen complex includes fifty cottages sports sportscenter and equestrian. Facilities the first phase had included a championship golf. Course clubhouse and, hotel the controversial development which was approved. In twenty eight, has been accused of failing to. Deliver on promises of investment and employment but the Trump, organization says the next face who support. Nearly, two thousand jobs, during construction and some three hundred permanent positions Eric Trump who leads the business with his brother Donald junior says the timing is now. Right for us that's, correspondent Charles David desma seaside area near Athens, Greece is. No summer retreat this year due to wildfires they've claimed at least seventy four lives now one hundred eighty Seven others are. Being, treated at hospitals Let's run second. International, aids conference is underway in Amsterdam Elton John is there Charlene's the're on is taking part so is Prince Harry whose mother Princess Diana was active in the fight against aids At a moments, when the progress we have. Full so, hopeful is at risk from dangerous complacency prince and Elton John are joining forces to launch the men star coalition the organization will target HIV infections in men especially, in sub. Saharan Africa Harry says the, root of the problem is the lack. Of awareness of HIV prevention among young men wins. News time to ten traffic and AccuWeather in one minute on ten.
Trump warns Iran's president in all-caps tweet to stop threatening U.S.
"Chevonne. Morris, four CBS news Toronto Iran state oh news, agency is, dismissing President, Trump's warning tweet to Orion president Hassan Rohani describing it as passive reaction to. Ruhani's earlier remarks he said America must understand well that. Peace with Iran is the mother of all peace and war with Iran is the mother of all wars Mr.. Trump responded in an, all caps tweet saying never ever threaten the United States again at an event. In California's secretary of. State Mike Pompeo earlier criticised, corruption at the highest levels of Iran's government in on the. Act too judging by their best well they seem more concerned, with riches than religion these hypocritical holy advice. All kinds of crooked schemes to? Become some of the wealthiest men on earth while there are people suffer in, just a few hours. The coastguard will work to pull up that doomed duck, boat in Missouri some eighty feet to, the water surface I'm, Jim Krasula Branson Missouri. The coast guard says the tourist book that Capsized in a sudden intense storm Thursday night killing, seventeen people will be raised from the bottom of table rock lake Monday morning the work will, be coordinated by the. Company, that owns the duck boat investigators recovered a, video recorder, from the, fibia vessel but they aren't sure if it's still in working order a trader. Joe's worker is dead after a man holds fifty people. Hostage inside for three hours over the weekend investigators believe gene Atkins shot his grandmother several times and wounded is. Girl for an LA, home before heading to the market Atkins cousin Charlene He gets to help that because I believe that a long time ago everybody was his, freshman Nobody was really Oh Tiger Woods I was a blast came this close to the top of, the British Open finishing three. Strokes behind. Winner Francesco Molinari this. Is CBS news You, have enough. Things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them you can, leave worry behind when liberty. Stands with. You Liberty Mutual insurance.
"charlene" Discussed on WJR 760
"Could join us what are your thoughts well i mean this is just so bogus on her part you know the the only reason that they're doing this is not because they care about the children are they been screaming in nineteen ninety nine when they passed a law creating this problem they said nothing when obama was doing this and all of a sudden now this is a big deal and it's so fake and phony and you know w dingo who's very wealthy i just laugh everytime i hear her talk about the poor and the children like she knows what it's like to suffer be poor well then we have to remember our own president is a multibillionaire so let's keep that in mind as you bring that point out and in terms of the children having been separated under the obama administration some children had but this is a complete policy now this is all families that were coming through at least for a period of time before that executive order was signed the children were being separated and it would seem there was not a lot of station behind what was happening to those children thanks for the call gary is joining us from here's a park i gary i tend to agree with charlene debbie gingras point about the grandmother the grandmother could've moved to anyplace else in her country she doesn't have to come to our country because she's afraid of msa thirteen same with any other domestic issues that people have in their country they can move they do not have to come to my country nez for the kids getting separated i don't care their parents violently broke into my country are trespassers i don't care if they got separated they will be returned to them as soon as possible as.
"charlene" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Waiting for her next customer clark pulled up in a blue station wagon and charlene approached his car she was disturbed to see he was already masturbating creeped out charlene started to leave but clark convinced her to get into the car and offered to pay her for oral sex charlene climbed into the car and clark drove to delong pray avenue where no one would see them as soon as he had finished parking the car clark push charleen down and held a knife to the back of her neck terrified charlene reached for the door handle and that's when clark stabbed her charlene cried mr that's blood you're hurting me clark merely laughed and replied i know he can continued stabbing charlene in her arms back torso and her neck charlene desperately tried to wrestle the knife away from clark and managed to grab the blade but clark sliced open her hand he pushed his fingers into charlene's windpipe and attempted to choke her to death charlene made a final attempt to escape she managed to break free of clark's grip get the car door open and tumble out of the car as charlene lay bleeding on the sidewalk clark hurled her shoes and purse out the window and sped off in his station wagon clark then drove to carol's apartment covered in charlene's blood carol did not call the police instead she washed the blood off clark's knife in the kitchen helping him cover up the attempted murder by april twentyseventh of nineteen eighty carol had been primed through years of abuse and manipulation to play her role as clark's accomplice she was willing to do anything to save their relationship over the next several months carol would help clark cover up the murders of at least seven young women and by august of nineteen eighty carol was ready to claim her first victim thanks again for tuning into serial killers if you want to listen
"charlene" Discussed on WNYC 820AM
"The car warm up in the driveway scraping the ice from its windows exhaust billowing about him until the kids tumbled down the salt dappled snow of the steps there were three other kids on the road to boys in the day go family and their sister charlene who was close to the age of the youngest appleby child a strange little girl named anne anne was skinny and lively so prone to talkative knows that her mother was not altogether sorry when she spent hours by herself in the woods playing with sticks or making angels in the snow she was the only appleby child to inherit the acadian olive skin tone and dark hair from her mother and grandmother and the site of her red hat and dark head coming across the snowfields was his communist seeing a nut hatch at the bird feeder one morning when anne was five and going to kindergarten she told the car full of children her brother and sister and the table boys and charlene that god spoke to her when she was outside in the woods her sister said here so stupid why don't you shut up any bounced on the seat beside her father and she said he does though god talks to me her sister asked how did he do that an anti answered he puts thoughts in my head she looked up at her father then and saw something in his eyes as he turned to look at her that stayed with her always something that did not seem like her father not yet something that seemed not good you all get out he said when you pulled up in front of the school have to speak to anne on the car doors had slammed shut he said to his daughter what is it he saw in the woods she thought about this said the trees in the ticket ease her father stayed silent a long time gazing over the top of the steering wheel and he had never been scared of her father charlene was scared of hers anne anne wasn't scared of her mother who was the cozier parent but not the most important one go on now her father nodded at her and she pushed her shelf across the seat her snow pants squeaking and he leaned in got the door saying watch your fingers before he pulled it shut that.