35 Burst results for "Cheryl"

Lara Logan: 'I Was Definitely Pushed Out' by Fox News

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | Last month

Lara Logan: 'I Was Definitely Pushed Out' by Fox News

"When I saw you initially on Fox News, and I saw you talking about certain things I thought, what a wonderful, wonderful thing that this woman who was part of that bubble that world has seen through to where she is now. There are many, many of your colleagues that I think are waking up, Cheryl Atkinson has been on this program. There are a number of folks that I think like you couldn't quite believe it at first. And then eventually they saw the handwriting on the wall and they knew that they had to push away if they weren't themselves pushed out. Did you feel that you were pushed out or did you step away? No, I was definitely pushed out. I mean, there's no doubt about that. They don't want independent thinkers. They don't want people who follow the facts regardless of the politics. You know, I always say I don't belong to any party. I don't belong to any one size. And while people, you know, they want to cost me as the darling of the right wing and so on and so on. I really don't worry about media organizations who for years have reported both stories. Why should I care what they have to say? And I find it so interesting that people will tell you, oh, the media is so biased, but then if they Google you and they see a Washington Post or a New York Times hit police value, well then they don't want to have anything to do with you. And we can't hire you for our event or we can't employ you or whatever else. And the great lesson of this is you're taking a knee every day to your enemy and you're asking them to write the terms of battle. Why?

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"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

05:33 min | Last month

"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"So not only is it cool like I brought her to life, but I also got what I needed, which was remember when I said back then that, in some ways, it was a signal. Help me. I'm in pain. I'm suffering. I felt so alone in my grief. And then when I wrote about it and told the truth about it, how savage it was, I felt like, okay, everyone's going to think I'm crazy. But instead, what everyone thought was me too. To this day, to this day, really now, hundreds of people, hundreds of thousands of people around the world, maybe millions of people around the world are saying, I know how you feel because I felt that way too. And I'm suddenly not alone to my grief. Yeah. And I'm always shocked by that. You know, every Mother's Day or very often on Mother's Day I'll make a post on Instagram or something about mother loss and I've gotten to the point where it's not so much for me anymore. It's not like me saying, oh, I miss my mom. I do mess my mom, but I'm doing it because I know that other people need me, they need to hear the story of that loss. So that they're less alone in it. And so in so many ways, I can't get my mom back through my writing, but I can get love through my writing. And I can get love specifically in that place of loss. If that makes sense, absolutely, absolutely. I mean, I am very grateful looking back on my life and maybe this is synthesized happiness. I'm not entirely sure in terms of what it has given me in terms of my ambition or my creativity or even just my sense of the world, but I also deeply deeply regret the pain that I caused others with my own self destructiveness. And one of the biggest regrets that I have, you know, what I put other people through in that journey to be who I am and where I am now. But I also know that I couldn't have survived in many ways without that destructiveness and that testing of who I was, as I revised myself, so to speak. Yeah. Do you think that part of that revision for you was to change your name? Oh, absolutely. Yeah. So I was born Cheryl island, as you said. And then I got married young. I was Sheryl nyland lydig. We both hyphenated our names and because we were trying to be radical and feminist and cool. Which it was a weird thing to do back then. It's interesting. I have my dearest dearest cousin who's practically my sister did that too and her daughter has the hyphenated name and says that that's the worst thing that they ever could have done to her. Finger too long names that don't even fit on it. It's just. Well, and then nobody and nobody remembers both names. They'll just decide to call you. And people will just be like, okay, whatever. I can't figure out your name. You know? And so yeah, when I got divorced, right before I went to hike on the Pacific crest trail in 1995, I was getting divorced in like 94 95. I realized that, yeah, so I had to set my life on a new course, which was really the old course, which was the course way back. When I was hiding Jane Eyre and tenth grade or whatever. Those plans for myself, I took a little detour, did some other things, and then I was like, okay, this is my mother's dead. My first marriage is over this man I loved, but it got married too young. And I'm an orphan. And I need to make my life. I'm gonna make my life. And part of that obviously for a writer is about language. And Cheryl nyland just didn't feel like me. And so I came up with my own last name, Cheryl strayed, which is so funny to me now. I've been Cheryl strayed longer than I was anything else now. I'm 51. People still say like, oh, but Cheryl straight is not your real name, and I'm like, yes it is. It is funny to be like, if I had married a dude named Joe straight, nobody would say, well, Cheryl strade is not your real name. It's real if it's tethered to a man that you're tethered to, but it's not real if it's tethered to your own vision of who you are. And a lot of people, they don't even have ill intent when they say it's not your real name. I know. And so what I hope to do is to try to, yeah, to get people to think differently about it. Cheryl strayed is the realest name I ever had. So you talked about your hike along the Pacific crest trail you were 26 when you embarked on this solo three month 1100 mile hike. If you knew that there were people listening who are considering taking the same hike, what would you share with them? What would you tell them? What advice might you give them? Well, absolutely go. If you have any, whether it's the same hike as mine or any long hike. If you have any desire to do this, do it. Okay? I've talked to so many people who have taken long walks and long hikes. And all of them say, oh, that's the best thing I ever did for myself. Because it is walking, especially walking along way. For many days on end, day after day, it's a deeply, deeply challenging thing. So you gain your sense of your own strength and your own ability to endure difficulty,.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

07:43 min | Last month

"cheryl" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"Nature was Cheryl's only companion for many, many miles on the trail. But when she settled into her camp each night, it was the human connection she found through reading that brought her comfort. My favorite part of the day was when I would get to just be like, okay, I've done my work, I've hiked my miles. It's hot or cold or I'm hungry or I'm sore or whatever it is, but I get to leave it behind and read somebody else's story in the pages of a book. What she didn't know then was that before too long, it would be her, providing the story that would keep so many backpackers company when they were alone in the wilderness, and that her story would be quite different from the adventure lit, we were all used to. I was writing in a certain literary tradition, but rather was both writing in it and against it. You know, this kind of man versus nature kind of narrative that we know, and you know, first of all, I'm a woman. And I'm also as a writer, really interested in going as deeply into that emotional raw visceral consciousness into the body, the carnal. Into all of the many, many ways that we feel and experience the wild when we're in it. And so I didn't want to have any of that kind of cool reserve. I didn't want to present myself as anyone other than who I was, which was very human, not some kind of hero who was conquering the wild, but a woman who was sort of boldly stepping into it and trying to find a home there the thing I always say about wild that it's really important to remember is I did not write wild because I took a hike on the Pacific crest trail. I wrote wild because I'm a writer, and there's a difference between those two things, so a lot of the wilderness adventure books we've read, they're not really written by people whose primary intention is really to create a piece of literature. They're reporting on something amazing or astounding or exceptional they did. And those books absolutely have their place. They can be great to read, but they are focused on the accomplishments and the experience and all that kind of stuff that can be very serious in what I was trying to say as like, here is the story of this journey that changed me and it said on the Pacific crest trail. That was really my intention to write about the inner life of this woman on this adventure. When you hear Cheryl explain her original vision of wild. A chronicle of what was going on inside her versus the tale of a wilderness journey. It makes you wonder, does she still get out there? Is adventure still a part of her life now? In while my two favorite things to do were hike and read and it's still the same. I haven't changed about those things at all. I haven't gone in a long, obviously, as long as my PCT hike since 95, but I've taken other extended trips with now, even with my kids. A few years ago, my whole family, a son and a daughter, and a husband, we went to New Zealand and hiked a couple of trails. We hiked the milford track in the root burn track and that country is just like a dream, a dream for anyone who loves to hike or backpack. What was so funny is I went in thinking my husband and I were like, okay, are the kids going to be able to do this? You know, they have to carry a pack. They have to hike all day. They're going to be with a bunch of adults. Are they going to sit down on the trail and cry and say they can't go any further? What if they can't endure that the rigors of hiking? And so we get out there and it's the funniest thing every day, my kids just absolutely left me and my husband in the dust and it was just, it was really fun to see them also loving it. And my kids, they go to this camp every summer in Vermont. And they do a lot of canoeing, but they do some hiking trips too. And I got the most wonderful letter from my son a couple summers ago, and he wrote me this letter saying how he had these big blisters and how he was telling his all his friends at camp that his mom had hiked the Pacific Coast trail and now he really related to the stories she told and he wrote me the saying he finally understood what I was talking about. Which really were my heart. I felt like it was like a passing of the torch to give my kids the love of hiking as well. So when her kids get a bit older when they reach, say, age 26, if either of them wanted to solo hike the PCT, what advice would she give them? You can probably guess. Go, go. I mean, I would tell my daughter, my son, anyone who says, you know, I think I want to go on a big adventure. I think I want to hike the Pacific crest trail or some other trail. I'd say go, trust yourself, trust your instincts, believe in your ability to persevere through the hard times. Because there will be hard times, and yes, I really want my daughter to have that experience. I really want my son to have that experience. I really want all of us to have that experience. And just one more question. How does one avoid throwing one's boots off a cliff? Is there a particular boot she would recommend for a thousand mile journey? The boots that feel good on your feet and that's the thing that I have learned. So much the hard way is there's not like, oh, this is the boot that's good. It's the boot that fits your foot and that ends up being a metaphor too, because it's kind of like the snobs who thought like, oh, she had no right to be on that trail. I just completely inherently disagree with that. There is no one way to do anything, you know? There's no one way to step onto any path all of our lives, you know? We have to find the boot that fits us. We have to find the path that is ours. We have to walk it at our own speed and our own way, and that's the beautiful adventure of life, you know? And I think that's one of the reasons to go on adventures is you learn the humility it takes. I think, to keep going. You can ask Cheryl strayed your own questions at our live zoom event with her on Tuesday, April 5th at 8 p.m. eastern, 5 p.m. Pacific. Details on how to register are at outside online dot com slash Cheryl strayed. You can subscribe to Sheryl strait's advice column, dear sugar, on substack, and listen to her podcast, sugar calling, wherever you get your podcasts. This episode was written and produced by me, maren Larsen, and edited by Michael Roberts. Elizabeth Hightower Allen interviewed Cheryl strayed. You can read Mary Beth's stylist's AKA mouse's story about the ten year anniversary of wild on backpacker dot com. This episode was brought to you by Lake hartwell country, with support from discover South Carolina and pickens county, South Carolina. 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Report Finds 'Abuses of Discretion' in Kim Foxx Handling of Jussie Smollett Case

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:44 min | 5 months ago

Report Finds 'Abuses of Discretion' in Kim Foxx Handling of Jussie Smollett Case

"I've talked before about the Jussie Smollett. Case in the Jussie Smollett verdict. Well, what I haven't talked is about is the responsibility. And the abrogation of duty and the shenanigans that have been pulled by Kim flocks, who was the Cook County state attorney, the supposed prosecutor of Jesse Smollett. The good thing is that there's now a report by Dan Webb, Dan Webb is a special prosecutor who was appointed. This is the guy who prosecuted Smollett. But what he does is he goes back and he looks not just at the small lead case, but he's done a report on the behavior of the office of Kim fox, and he finds all kinds of improprieties. Let's remember, let's refresh our memory when Smollett was first busted by the cops. And they had the goods on him. They had all the evidence that was eventually presented in the trial, but nevertheless, Kim Foxx's office a dismissed the 16 count felony indictment. In fact, had no requirement that Smollett either plead guilty or accept any responsibility. They really gave Smollett no real punishment. They just gave him essentially 15 hour 15, one 5. I had over a thousand hours by the way of community service. 15 hours of community service, and then they said, listen, you paid a $10,000 bond doing a forfeit that. So Jussie Smollett was gonna get off Scot free. Now, Dan Webb looks into the behavior of Kim Fox, and he finds all kinds of violations. First of all, Kim frocks from the beginning was conspiring with a couple of other leftists, a woman named Christina Chen. By the way, this is Michelle Obama's former chief of staff, and a woman named Cheryl and I fill whose president and director counsel of the NAACP legal defense fund. So this is how the left works in concert in order in this case. They knew that Jussie Smollett was guilty, but their idea was he's promoting our narrative. You know, racism everywhere, even if you had to make it up. So they're like, how do we get this guy off? So kitten Fox, for example, had said publicly, and you really see the level of public deceit, because she publicly said that I've recused myself from the case. She said, you know, yes, I did contact Smollett sister. I was in contact with the family when I thought he was a victim. But once I realized he was a suspect that we were looking into him as the possible perpetrator, I had no contact whatsoever with the family, and Dan Webb basically says this is a flat out lie. He points out that on multiple occasions, I think he identifies at least three that Kim Fox continued to maintain contact with Jussie Smollett's sister. And this he says was an abuse of

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Caller Believes America Is Tough and Will Survive, Responding to Cheryl K. Chumley

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Caller Believes America Is Tough and Will Survive, Responding to Cheryl K. Chumley

"And one quote that I want to make when Donald Trump, my favorite president, got elected to The White House. And he said that the swamp was deep at the time I didn't know what men by the swamp was the swamp and the 2020 election ate them up. The Democrats did everything in their power to get him out of The White House and I think the main thing that got him out of The White House was COVID-19. But we also have we also have Republicans as you call them rhinos. I would like you to ask or find out that bring one of the senators that voted for the infrastructure package that was 13 of them voted for. I would like to know what kind of kickback their state got, okay. Well, then personally to make them go the wrong way. This country is in trouble. And the previous caller said, I don't know for the point on return. But I disagree to some form because America's tough and America is always. We're going to survive as Hugo and you know it as well as anybody and I appreciate very much your

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Cheryl K. Chumley: America, Under Joe Biden, Won't Survive the Next Three Years

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Cheryl K. Chumley: America, Under Joe Biden, Won't Survive the Next Three Years

"I saw a headline that America can not survive another three years of Joe Biden. And I wonder how many Americans feel that way. I know it's easy to go down that path. I believe strongly will survive it. There's going to be there's damage that's being done. We're paying a heavy price for we're paying a terrible price in this country. Cheryl chumlee wrote an editorial over at the Washington times that says the next presidential election isn't until 2024. The next president won't take the inaugural oath until 2025, that's a long time for the current White House to run its unconstitutional course. She says, America under Joe Biden won't survive the next three years. Is that hyperbole, or do you think she means that literally? She says by the time 2024 rolls around, this country will be so different from what the founding fathers envisioned. From what the framers of the constitution gifted that even the proverbial point of no return will be a distant memory, God given rights, what are

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Pastors, Elections, and Where They Intersect

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Pastors, Elections, and Where They Intersect

"That. So let's talk about a component of that where some people say, well, I'm a pastor, if I speak out on this, it's going to destroy my church. Since you've spoken out on these issues, or you've always has your church ground very much. Now, what I say to people is for every family that leaves probably three families come, because when somebody gets offended, there's always somebody else who's looking for just somebody tell me the truth. You know, I will have people come to our church. They may not necessarily agree with me at first, but they're hungry for somebody just tell me the truth. I just want to hear a straight talker. Just somebody who's not going to be playing games with words, just give me the truth. Let me tell you we're really started for me, Charlie. In 2008, because I bought, I drank the Kool-Aid about pastors shouldn't be political. Separation of church and state, all that nonsense. Where people think that that's actually in the constitution or the declaration. It's nowhere in our founding documents at all. A letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1802, that's another story. But here's the deal. I just thought that that's where the churches should be non political. 2008 I had David Barton come to my church. It was an awesome guy, president founder of wall builders. It was an election year in 2008. He and his wife Cheryl took me and my wife tearing out for dinner. We're at op outback steakhouse. And he says to me, do you ever preach election service? I don't even know what an election sermon is. He says, yeah, do you know that for the first couple hundred years of American history? And in fact, he turned me onto a two volume set called American political sermons of the founding era. From like 1730 until the mid 1800s. And I had the volumes in my library at home, where pastors would get up and preach election sermons and call out the candidates and even say things like this candidate is standing for truth. This one isn't. Now you know who to vote for. Don't vote for this guy, vote for this. You know, I'm being very direct.

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September 11: We Will Never Forget

StoryCorps

02:06 min | 9 months ago

September 11: We Will Never Forget

"For years. Now story core has been working with the national september eleventh memorial and museum to record and catalogue the voices. You're about to hear voices that captured the lasting toll of nine eleven. What we know in case you just joining us just after nine. Am that day. United airlines flight one. Seventy five crashed into the south tower of the world trade center. Here's the tape. You see the play coming in from it. Looks like the east side and goes into the building and it was widely captured on video because tv cameras were already trained on the north tower. It had been hit by american airlines flight. Eleven twenty minutes earlier credible pictures. These happened just moments ago and one of the people watching tv. That morning was stacey threatens mom to call me at work she said stacy. How are you watching. Tv the trade centers has been hit. And we were commenting on that. Oh my gosh you know what could we do. We were talking. Maybe they could go give blood. Her mom said or drive up to new york and try to help. It was less than four hours from the dc area where they lived. And where stacy's mom cheryl worked an administrative assistant for the us army and her office was in the pentagon and she said. Stacy i've gotta go and fairly sharp tone to her voice and she hung up the phone on me. I tried to call my mom's office back and nobody answered the phone. The hair stood up on the back of my neck. And my co worker. At the time said the pentagon's been hit stacey coulter sisters and they all met at their parents house. They spent that night calling. Area hospitals trying to find cheryl and he couldn't and late that night her father pulled up alone. He came in the house and everybody else was upstairs. And it was just he. And i and i said dad finder and he just looked at me and he started to cry and he put one hand on either side of the hallway and sinking into his knees and he sustained. She's not coming home. This is it.

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Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding

"So sarah harding. I saw this on twitter. Actually no i saw this on e. news online. And i wanted to talk about who. Sarah harding is as a person i because people probably won't know about her since she's over from the uk. So sarah harding was born sarah. Nicole harding on november seventeenth nineteen eighty-one. She has an english singer model and actress. Who rose to fame in late. Two thousand two when she successfully auditioned for the it reality series popstars the rivals and this is kind of relevant with some topics that i've talked about in the past as far as love island because love ireland. Uk like the original. Love island is based in the k. And there's people from all over the uk on that show and it also is on tv. So i have a feeling. That's kind of like the mtv of the us em tv of the uk but mtv loss in the us if that makes sense The program announced that harding had won a place as a member of the girl group girls aloud which girls aloud is a british irish pop. Girl group that was created through the icy be talent. Show in two thousand two and it comprised seniors cheryl cole nadine coyle sarah harding nicola roberts in kimberley walsh. They achieved a string of twenty consecutive top ten singles in the united kingdom including four number. Ones they also achieve seven certified albums of two. I'm sorry of which to reach number one. They've been nominated for five awards winning the two thousand nine best single for the

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Europe's Mind-Boggling Afghan Crime Wave

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 9 months ago

Europe's Mind-Boggling Afghan Crime Wave

"Syrian refugees caused your ten percent of all sexual assault cases. Afghans whose numbers were comparable are responsible for stunning half of all the sexual assault cases in western europe. Welcome to your new neighbours. Everybody and if you don't want all of these afghans that have a higher propensity for sexual assault. You're a bigot. And by the way for media matters. That's watching this right now because got nothing better to do. just go. Look at this article. Cheryl bernard i worked with refugees for decades. Europe's afghan crimewave is mind. Boggling continues by saying it took a while for this pattern to be recognized because until recently western europe media deliberately refrained from identifying salems assailants refugee asylum status or his country of origin only one the correlation became so dramatic that itself was newsworthy to this policy. Change at that point. It became clear that the authorities had known about and for political reasons at deliberately covered large scale incidents of sexual assault by migrants. I could continue with more and more examples here. Washington post afghans. Flown to the united states later flagged for security concerns. The washington post continued by saying afghans cleared to come to the united states are vetted again. Once upon a rival some have been sent back to foreign stagey locations after being flagged for security concerns And just by the by the way we've brought in more afghans to the west than americans to the west invade the world invite the world but again don't notice they don't say what neighborhoods there specifically going to say. Oh they're coming to america. We have so much opportunity. While they're coming to wisconsin. We know that they're coming to philadelphia. Everyone is generous with their refugee resettlement until they come to your living room and rape your daughter. Just ask sweden. Germany asked france. Ask all of western europe that is now clamoring about what the afghans did and this article by cheryl's own. Admission was our right. And i'm going to say this number again. Afghans whose numbers are comparable to syrian refugees. A responsible for a half a stunning half of all sexual assault cases and that is in that is in western europe. Know the truth. Reject the one line stunting of discussion. Just because you're afraid to be calling a bigot racist and there's something else at play her.

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Hundreds of Workers Have Died From Heat in the Last Decade

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:07 min | 9 months ago

Hundreds of Workers Have Died From Heat in the Last Decade

"Workers are dying on the job from excessive heat death that might have been prevented at construction sites and in farm fields and investigation by npr and the investigative reporting unit of the columbia journalism school examined hundreds of these cases and they found that osha. That's the federal agency charged with protecting occupational safety and health that osha has known for decades how to prevent deaths from heat but they have not acted. Npr investigative correspondent cheryl. W thompson has our report. This is the cornfield where three years ago a migrant worker collapsed crews korea's beltran had spent nine hours to tasleem corn and big field in grand island nebraska. It was hot at least ninety degrees. He had one bottle of water and no shade at the end of the day. The other farm workers emerged from the field to board a bus to a nearby motel for the night but not beltran Center this is joseph rivera and we run the decathlon crew. But there's been a guy missing now for a few hours. They thought maybe he went home because they couldn't find him in the rose and the company went out there and they can't find them in a frantic would organize a search party. They found beltran's body twenty hours later amid the corn. Husks that empty water bottle stuffed in his pants pocket. I would say he just had a heat stroke. I mean just collapsed there and that's where he landed. That's michaela norman. A clerk at a local funeral home who retrieve beltran's body that july day it was the third day on the job for the fifty two year old from mexico a job. He took to earn money to buy his daughter address for her high school graduation. Our investigation found that beltran is one of at least three hundred eighty four workers who have died from the heat in the us in the last decade men and women labor in fields in construction collecting

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CDC Issues Warning as Students Return to School

WSB programming

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

CDC Issues Warning as Students Return to School

"Coronavirus cases to tell you about here in Georgia, 4000 reported Friday alone. That's the biggest jump in cases since January. The C D. C with the coronavirus warning as students head back to school here Still, BSP Cheryl Castro, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says following CDC guidelines is the best way to keep kids safe in schools. We do so by getting as many people around them who are eligible for vaccination to be vaccinated. And to keep our schools masked right now. Wolinski and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona participated in a town hall where they took questions from parents and students about returning to in person learning this fall on this first week of school, 185 covid cases reported in the Cobb County school system, which returned Monday, 166 cases in Gwinnett schools, which reopened Wednesday Sports Baseball

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Gun Violence in America: Newark

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:10 min | 10 months ago

Gun Violence in America: Newark

"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police

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Here's Why Self-Care Is Not Selfish

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

02:00 min | 10 months ago

Here's Why Self-Care Is Not Selfish

"We've lined up team of experts to help you make over not only your body but your mind in your spirit as well heading up. Our makeover team showed richardson author of. Take time for your life. Then when cheryl was here she showed us how to start living a more meaningful life by practicing extreme. Self care is what she said and so interesting because even my best friend gayle. Who is you know You know a single mom now saying you know that is just an. That's a foreign concept. The idea of putting yourself first on the list which a lot of the women who wrote to us in emailed us had a lot of trouble with that the number one thing. I think you know the consistent thing was. Isn't that selfish and oprah. Aren't you preaching to people about being selfish. Aren't there enough selfish. People in the world. I think of it as selfish with a capital s. You know the kind of selfish that your spirit if we don't do that all of us as individuals we're in trouble is the culture. I mean we already know that we already see that happening. And so he asked for some people. It is going to be selfish at first. But you know this as well as i do that as you begin to take good care of yourself and your cup gets filled up you naturally then want to be there for others. You wanna serve others annual able to do it and miraculous way. Yes cheryl says This is going to help you a lot. I hope that the next step to making over your life is identifying key and eliminating energy drains. And it's up to you to do that. Nobody can do that for you. She says that creating your best life has more to do with what you remove from your life. Then what you add to your. What we're saying is if you focus on removing things from your life you take the life you're already living and start shaping it up and start looking at what don't i. What don't i need. What thoughts do. I think that i need to let go of and start removing things from your life. I think what happens is your best self in your best life reveals itself as you move away all the stuff the emotional physical and spiritual energy drain.

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"cheryl" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

The Indigo Podcast

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

"Well cheryl welcome to the indigo podcast. Yes we are excited to be here. This is awesome so we're really excited to talk with you about unhelpful. Help it's going to be a lot of fun. Yeah when i first heard this term unhelpful. Help my mind was just a wash with all the kinds of. Hey look man. Your helps really. Don't help me cash. So we're going to explore unhelpful. Help which is did you invent that term shero yes. We published the definition of unhelpful support. We call it unhelpful workplace. Social support or unhelpful. Help awesome eat so anyway. we're going to talk about. What is unhelpful. Help and why does it matter. We're going to talk about the emerging research on unhelpful. Help lead by one cheryl gray here on the episode and implications for people leaders and organizations. That's right so i think maybe. Just start off that first piece and discuss what unhelpful help is and why it matters but first off. I think it'd be fun to discuss. A little bit cheryl. How did you get into this area. How did this all evolved for you as a researcher. Yes so it actually all started when i was behind on a master's thesis so in my doctoral program were required to do some sort of big research project which we call a thesis to earn her master's degree and the first step is to come up with a topic that you're really passionate about and it was taking me quite some time to find that topic. That really spoke to me. And one day i was sitting in my lab and a colleague lockton who was an awesome super supportive colleague. And she says hey cheryl how are you. And i was honest and i said you know. I'm feeling a little discouraged today. Feeling down on myself. Because i'm behind on my master's thesis and she says cheryl i know you. You are so bright so hard working. I'm sure you're just being hard on yourself. How much have you gotten done. How many pages of your proposal do have written. And i pause. And i said well none and the conversation she says i knew but we both knew that in moment she just made me feel a lot worse

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Cheryl Gray on Unhelpful Help

The Indigo Podcast

02:23 min | 11 months ago

Cheryl Gray on Unhelpful Help

"Well cheryl welcome to the indigo podcast. Yes we are excited to be here. This is awesome so we're really excited to talk with you about unhelpful. Help it's going to be a lot of fun. Yeah when i first heard this term unhelpful. Help my mind was just a wash with all the kinds of. Hey look man. Your helps really. Don't help me cash. So we're going to explore unhelpful. Help which is did you invent that term shero yes. We published the definition of unhelpful support. We call it unhelpful workplace. Social support or unhelpful. Help awesome eat so anyway. we're going to talk about. What is unhelpful. Help and why does it matter. We're going to talk about the emerging research on unhelpful. Help lead by one cheryl gray here on the episode and implications for people leaders and organizations. That's right so i think maybe. Just start off that first piece and discuss what unhelpful help is and why it matters but first off. I think it'd be fun to discuss. A little bit cheryl. How did you get into this area. How did this all evolved for you as a researcher. Yes so it actually all started when i was behind on a master's thesis so in my doctoral program were required to do some sort of big research project which we call a thesis to earn her master's degree and the first step is to come up with a topic that you're really passionate about and it was taking me quite some time to find that topic. That really spoke to me. And one day i was sitting in my lab and a colleague lockton who was an awesome super supportive colleague. And she says hey cheryl how are you. And i was honest and i said you know. I'm feeling a little discouraged today. Feeling down on myself. Because i'm behind on my master's thesis and she says cheryl i know you. You are so bright so hard working. I'm sure you're just being hard on yourself. How much have you gotten done. How many pages of your proposal do have written. And i pause. And i said well none and the conversation she says i knew but we both knew that in moment she just made me feel a lot worse

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George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 11 months ago

George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin

"George Floyd is calling. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's prison sentence of 22 a half years quote a slap on the wrist, especially considering the loss they'll experience for the rest of their lives. NPR's Cheryl Corley has the latest Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest a former police officer has ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck. For more than nine minutes, a jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers they gave this man Slap on the wrist. We several life sentences, not having them in our life. And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires Shelvin to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley NPR NEWS Minneapolis

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George Floyd's Family: Derek Chauvin Jail Term 'Not Harsh Enough'

Day 6

01:01 min | 11 months ago

George Floyd's Family: Derek Chauvin Jail Term 'Not Harsh Enough'

"The family of George Floyd says the prison sentence handed to former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shove in should have been longer as NPR's Cheryl Corley. Reports of Minnesota judge has sentenced Shove in 2 22.5 years for Floyd's murder Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest day former police officers ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes. Jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother, Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers. They gave this man a slap on the wrist. We serving a life sentence and not having them in our life, And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires show than to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS

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Live With Integrity, Restore Your Spiritual Backbone

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Live With Integrity, Restore Your Spiritual Backbone

"Of confronting somebody in your life. Who is judgmental. Somebody who just can't be happy for your success. It is a sign that you are not living with integrity. Today women start to restore their spiritual backbones by standing up to toxic friends and family members. Hard to do right. Yeah even the me and a shaken the here as hard shell richardson. Who heads up our lifestyle. Makeover team of experts is back with us on our program. Cheryl's showed us the three steps to start living your life with integrity i. She said you need to identify where you are. Not being truthful in your life and that happens in little ways and bakeware well you hear yourself say something to someone and think. Why did i just say that. That wasn't the truth or you'll make up an excuse for about something so you to figure out where you not telling the truth. I all right and get cleaned clean with that. That's right that's right next is creating an absolute integrity list of three promises right. Once he started dente fighing where you're not being truthful. The next step is to make some promises to yourself so that you'll start to restore your integrity. If you make excuses then make a promise that i will no longer make excuses. I'll say what it is. I need to say. Or if i'm saying yes when i mean no i'm gonna make a promise to start saying no when i mean no okay which is hard to do easy to do. Yes okay

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Couple: Man Has Tossed Used Cups in Their Yard for 3 Years

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Couple: Man Has Tossed Used Cups in Their Yard for 3 Years

"A couple in lake view New York have finally solved the mystery of who has been tossing used coffee cups in their yard nearly every day for three years marches are a letter with the latest Edward and Cheryl Patton told the buffalo news they tried binoculars a security camera even waiting out in the cold to catch the Cup **** with no luck some neighbors got involved and followed a minivan to get its license plate number police said the trap and pulled over a minivan driven by seventy six year old Larry pope Cheryl patents as she used to work with pope and they disagreed over union issues pope has been charged with harassment and ticketed for throwing refuse onto a roadway pope could not be reached for comment the patent say the littering has stopped

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Otters Test Positive for COVID-19, Georgia Aquarium Says

Atlanta's Morning News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Otters Test Positive for COVID-19, Georgia Aquarium Says

"Reports new cases of Corona virus but not among the staff. The aquarium says it's Asian Small claw daughters have tested positive for the virus that causes Cove in 19. The orders began showing symptoms like sneezing, runny noses and coughing. Good news. The Georgia Aquarium says the orders are doing well and are all expected to make a full recovery that the risk of animal to human transmission is incredibly rare. It's suspected the otters caught the virus from an asymptomatic staff member Cheryl

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"cheryl" Discussed on UX Podcast

UX Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"cheryl" Discussed on UX Podcast

"Just take a step by moment and the question which no you'll have been several times before is is wo- is multi modal multi modality. Yes yes it has so many meanings <hes>. Which i it was funny. It's it's always been kind of clear. My head and then when i went out and looked as many designers have encountered multiple times in their career was not as clear as i thought at. Its most basic in non-formal multi-modality as this book operates is a system that supports multiple modes of or modalities of interaction. Both <hes> output and input usually. It's both both output input. Technically you could have a multi modal system that only has a screen and support touch and voice. But the thing about it is like if a system <unk>. You could also have the converse where system speaks to you but you have to take to it but especially when you get into things like voice <hes>. There's a lot of research indicates that our brains interpret speech as another human talking to us and so not speaking back and forth violates a social contract so that's a whole other thing <hes>. So usually if voices involved. You're probably doing some kind of visual and voice like technically the echo is multi modal because there's an led and and that's <hes>. That's not always you can't always assume someone's looking at it and so that's one part of what i call the multimodal interaction model. You need to take into account if you're totally hands free it's important what you can and can't assume like i can't assume a hands free system. I'm looking at a device. And i can't assume that it's an arm's reach so that stuff can be bonus like the echo has button on it where you can like make it. Stop the alarm noise. So if it's near me. I could do that but i can't assume that's the only way people are going to interact with the system and same with the led's like it can give you reinforcement. But that can't be the only way we impart information to you. So multi-modality is that that bidirectional and not infinite but assistant with many possibilities. Yes you can be many ways of inputting and the can mean many ways of output saying book. They don't all have to be in use at the same time or in the same period of time. yes. And i'm glad and that's a really good question too because it gets. There's different types of multi modality like different different approaches. So you could do sequential multi multi-modality where you're kind of like okay. I am working with keyboard and mouse now. And i'm going to switch modes and now we're going to talk to the machine and it's just talking and then gonna go back to keyboard and mouse. You could do a simultaneous multi modality which we were trying to experiment with an windows automotive where you say. I want to go to there and at the same time. I'm literally touching point on the screen which which corresponds to their <hes>. That's a lot more complicated. And it's more costly and you need to know what the cost benefit is for doing that. It's like holy grail. But i understand. It's costly so we need to know why we're doing it and then there's sort of orchestrated modality where you let people you make it really easy for people to do whatever they want. In the moment the sequential model usually isn't super flexible. Like people let you move the way. I see that a lot of the time is like early echo. There were parts of the out of box experience. You had to do from an app. So it was multi modal because they didn't have a good way to do wifi passwords <hes>. So you just. That was an. They may still do that. I haven't set up an echo in a while. That's that's a sequential thing you had to. You can do voice and then you have to go to the app and then you come back. <hes> orchestrated experience would be like they have multiple ways to get you through the box experience. You could do voice or could touch. And it's up to the customer to choose what's right for them in the moment

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"cheryl" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"cheryl" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"So if you really want to understand the full context of what I'm talking about, you might have to jump back to chapter three. But it's a short rate I. Mean I've had people sit down and read it and ninety minutes. Is it a book that you think that you might go back to and have different versions and updated or do you have anything else in the park in terms of you'll ship? I was really against writing a book. I honestly because first of all I read read, read, read read I'm like I'm so tired of reading because. What I found in this I'm not criticizing people here but after about chapter three or four of somebody's book, it's like okay, you're starting to repeat yourself. And as I went through this writing process I learned. From the experts that if a book isn't like two hundred and twenty pages long. They don't WanNA publish it. It's too much. It's not enough. Oh. Yeah. seriously. That's why people repeat things over and over because the longer your book is they think they can sell it for more. Money. Fila. Yeah really. And I'm like I'm sorry I said everything I needed to say. I'm not going to repeat it fifteen times I mean. Learning repetition is a great way to learn but still. Still get the same information as. C.. Learning. But what I'm doing now is I'm actually I'm actually working with an author of. Professional, author? To It's not a workbook 'cause those kind of things you know people are now putting exercises at the end of chapters go try this or whatever. I'm really trying to put together a resource. More like I don't want to call it an encyclopedia talk about date myself here. But. Just something that people are like, Oh, I need this X. I'm GonNa go look up in the book or in this resource and it's going to help me. Kind of thing. And it's going to be all practical. It's like here. Here's a checklist you want you're doing on the job training. Here's a checklist. Here's here's A. Competency model. And you're doing your best the sandwich just as simplify this, this does not to be. Overly Complex does end I against this would apply to. Any any business setting is something you can block questionable. Yes, definitely, it would seem fairly fairly apparent that that would be the case show now. When somebody wants to find this book? Importantly where are they going to find it? Interestingly enough it's on Amazon. Imagine I know. But can you imagine I have a hard time finding my own book on Amazon? Yeah you have to, you have to search by name Cheryl Johnson. And ambition quotient. And, then you'll find it. If you don't put my name in there for some reason, it doesn't find. Go. Tim that shouldn't forget Cheryl Johnson if on the code make sure you remember that now Sarah. Tell us a little bit more about your whips what what might people find when they get there, and could you share that website address with us? I have several websites look. Smart Smart Learning for business success is probably the one most people on this call would be interested in and I know it's a very long name but smart.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Fine we cut the FI- jaap and added on top O- of the of the frozen healthy. I'll just show you. It looks like it's it's just a looks like regular ice cream. And after the show Cheryl. I think we're GONNA have a little party very hardy. I think for advocating for Party and keeper keeper Keefer Party yummy healthy. No guilt no guilt. You have now. Didn't you lose? You gave out bread to one of the one of the main points that the doctor McBride made in her book of gaps. Diet that fat is not what makes us bad. It's actually carbohydrates and the to kind of know knows Our sugar and flour we and so Um and more people are catching onto that and not eating anything. That's white. I mean as far as the carbohydrates and some of the dairy. I mean now with this. It's like changed my thinking about dairy. It pulls the bad stuff out of it Cheryl. When I was a kid and I played sports every season and when I got home from practice at like five thirty evening I would go to the fridge. Grab that quarter meal and you know my mother's a gotree out of the bottle. I couldn't help myself sometimes. Drink a whole thing. It was a love affair with milk and then from probably the age of Early Twenties until recently interesting. No milk you know it. It kind of got off the radar and there were it was so What's the word I'm looking toward here? Wada negatives yeah media and medical reports about you know how dairy is not all that good exactly but you found a way around it. I I am back back having a love affair with mill. I tell you it's obvious. And this is a core container of Kiefer in each day. I drink pretty close to this quantity one way or another whether it's with oatmeal make a nice combination of Kiefer an oatmeal or in a smoothie. Or I'm having a little ice cream. Treat before bad. Whatever it is. That's about how much I'm using one more thing here. What is the that's brains right? You were pulling something out of here magic bag here with all your keefer in this budget. Saint I won't tease the audience viewers though so my goodness talked about the savings. You know economically that it saves like fifty percent of your products. You buy here that you could save. Yeah well in. In some cases it's way more than that like for instance on the on the beat Gosh you know in a store. Health food store for that quantity of Permitted you'd pay probably at least ten dollars in the cost to produce at home is probably more like one or two. You know for that amount. So so it's at least a fifty percent savings What what we've found my wife and I is the our food choices have actually narrowed and we get so much pleasure from eating these kind of foods that were not spending money on Ben and Jerry's ice cream and You know other chief See's candy and you know some of these different little items that you want to treat yourself with. We're actually able to produce our own treats now and we love them and they're healthy. They're free and that's good fear psyche and it's good for your second. Frayne put so there's another thing that I wanted to ask you about. That's the sugar factor the pathogenic sugar factor. I know we have. Oh I just wanted to expand. Yeah the fact that you don't have sugar present The pathogenic bacteria which feeds off of sugar is not GonNa get a foothold in contaminate the product. And just today I read in the in the news that creamery in Texas was shut down because of food poisoning that had come from their dairy products. I think it was some some ice cream product and they had to recall all of their products at the installed stores because some people died from serious. There's a you're just improving the safety when you're working with the lactic acid bacteria we think of we. You know we've been taught since we were little kids. The back curious. Bad and so- probiotics are a form of bacteria that are extremely beneficial here. And this is only scientifically been really documented in the last five years so we have a whole new paradigm shift. That's coming into play here. With the the beginning of the twenty first century. This is not unlike what happened in the twentieth century with a chemical food preservatives and the use of chemicals and all aspects of our life. Look what it's done to people and the planet and the animals and I mean it's affected everything ecosystem right so so we're moving from from a chemical focus into a microbial focus and it's a very exciting time to be alive. Yes yes yes and preserve in a healthier way exactly you know mentally physically emotionally and hopefully tap into that spiritual thing. Pardon into goodness is there. Are there any more recipes that you have? Maybe you don't have any magic box here. Well things like We have a a week. Weekly ritual of pancakes on the weekend. And so it's very easy to make sourdough pancakes Bigest blending up equal quantities of Kiefer and flower. So you use just the Keefer this. Yeah just just liquid. Keefer liquid keefer flour and we're kind of flower us all purpose flour. Okay and just if you let it age overnight by the next morning that Kiefer will have Converted the flour into actually shower. Oh Wow so. It's created a health healthy form of pancakes right. So so I think We just barely talked upon. This is making bread keefer bread and you haven't quite done. You're good because you don't eat bread you don't you. Don't eat much bread. I think you eat bread. Maybe once a week yeah I gotta start doing that myself because it does tend to blow to you so if you have an allergy to it so anyway any any other I think for now. That's your cereal exploring other things because you I mean since I since we first started talking I met you almost two and a half years ago in front of the fun. Good Earth And you were only doing the soda. The time the Keefer. But the sodas. Now look what you're doing and I'm sure you'll keep expanding and spreading the word out there because not only is it natural and healthy. It saves big time money. One last point I wanted to make is Probiotics are what really helps to boost the immune system and our immune system is what we depend on how to purify our body of the toxins that we cake in. Whether it's from the air whether it's from the water whether it's food that we're eating we go out to a restaurant. We don't know You know the quality of the Chem trails morale whatever wherever the toxins may come from Our immune system is designed to to rid our body of these toxins and so the more friendly bacteria we have of the stronger our immune system is in the the better. We are able to resist Illness Amen and is there any other wonderful last minute advice or anything that you'd like to share? I think that's pretty. Well covered the waterfront for the time being at well. It's been wonderful and I. We appreciate you sharing this and educating us about this thanks for being so interested well hey. I mean this is also probiotic health so here we go and this is just the beginning. I think so so. Thank you so much for sharing took. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. E mailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"And it goes back to what you believe about money. Money is something society created. It's here to stay right between money and religion however we also need to shift the value towards it You know now. People are bartering more and that was the very first way of exchanging service and product was bartering. And that house been shifting back to that because things are blown out of even though that there's enough money on this planet for everybody to have eight to ten million dollars a piece and I'm talking about everybody not just the cash. Things are shifting. You know things are shifting meaning that the bartering is happening more because the cash has been a little tight and as the top two percent still have the lions even though they've had their losses it's it's the whole planet the whole planet is going through a revelation or or whatever you WANNA call it transformation on on a global level for money so with the conversation you have with your clients or your your the people that you mentor about money. Yeah when I mentor someone or speak in front of a group I get into their world so I never advice. I want to know what their beliefs are around money. What are your beliefs around money right and you can listen and I calibrate their body language. Receive there really telling the truth to themselves. That's really that don't don't you think with all years experience and especially with reading people have learned with your your your old career that you know if you can't be honest with yourself you can't be honest with anybody. Turn Terry it start waking up and being honest with yourself and it's okay every you know it's it's it's so good but that you know having that realization that you're honest with yourself is green honesty. Set You free. He knows the pain pleasure principle right so people generally speaking not all I know people that love the move towards pain and that's where they live. The most people generally speaking move towards pleasure. Try to do anything devoid pain so is lying to yourself which enhance rolls off your tongue. You Lie to somebody in front of you. They're just doing their best stain. Your comfort level be emotionally lazy eight and be in pleasure instead of pain. But here's the bottom line. You are in pain because you're being incongruent and when you're incongruent from the inside out it causes major problems from your health to your wealth. Well I I think Louise as hey says it you know she. There's there's a mental cause to every physical absolutely and I truly believe that and whenever I have pain or something I go look I go look and see what a look it up because I want to see what what's going on in my mind in inevitably. It's the truth. It's always the anyway. Wow so taking today in where you are with your career and what you're expanding Where do you WanNa go with that? Well I had to learn from going from a security type. Context right collecting a paycheck In having a certain amount of wealth coming in that had to learn business with that meant in how to work it right and then I had to learn what business was like in the mindset and the people that are in it. Very interesting You mentioned earlier. I forgot the word use values the word values we have to have great values. Your values drive you. Values create your beliefs. And if you believe in the you know this gathered the law of attraction you attract a like you tracked and it's like okay. Sometimes I have to look at this. Is Why my attracting this and yes? I'm glad I'm attracting this. It's like I always think. Wow Okay I always think through it. Why am I tracking this? Yes I agree. I'd love to make things simple right. You know when you're in a community that has spiritual language and all that. Oh I loved the work not only that environment but people that don't get any of that stuff so I say to them. Here's the deal. When you walk into a room party or business or boardroom who you're attracted to more than like the person with the most energy the joker in the room. You know the guy that's just like alive. Why because you want that right? You're not gonNA have it unless you become that like attracts like absolutely you become the sum. Total of five people that are closest to you. That's that's like a given. I keep hearing that over even no that. Yeah I know and because they don't want US stop and self reflect it all starts because this could get really overwhelming for people this conversation to start with yourself and start slow and ask for help step at a time last time sometimes. It's one moment at a time. Sometimes you just have to take one moment when things start getting overwhelming when things start coming at you like. I had an experience not too long ago where everything was coming. Okay just stop and Relax. Take a deeper up. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. Emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"The start of the trail. The exhaust trail to the plane is not here. Exactly a a plane lake. But it'll be about a plane link that you'll see and then this whole come together this exhaust trail and it will just form like a tail out here and this will end up this painting and about thirty to ninety seconds and it may be as long as like ten or fifteen or twenty playing likes and then it evaporates disappears. Just like if you're up in Lake Tahoe and you're breathing on a cold day and you breathe out and you see like a little contract coming out and then Bingo at disappears. Same thing with the jet okay. So this is this is what is A legitimate contrel from a jet High flying jet plane okay. Now what we're here to talk about tonight. Is these lingering what are called lingering contrails by some? But they're not actually lingering contrails there chem trails so we'll call them for what they are chem trails and the big difference. It that we can see right away when we look up and we see a trail forming is we'll see the trail starting right at the wing tip of the plane. Usually it's the right behind the The I wing and it doesn't have to be the behind the engine. It's really hard to see at when these high flying planes exactly where the engine is anyway. But it's coming right off the wingtip either the front wing tip or the rear wing team. Sometimes you see him coming off a here okay. And they start coming out. And they'll be billowing. Thick looks like Looks like smoke And then several. Oh maybe a ways behind the plane you'll see them start to spread out and they form like ropes curly. Hughes start to form on both sides. You'll see him like this. This is actually the they start to disperse and these are formed by the pulsing of the pump in the plane. That's actually pumping out this material. That is forming the campaign trail. And you never see this in a controversial because it's just from the jet engine revolution which is you know thousands of revolutions per minute versus here. it's the the revolutions are much much slower. So you can actually see the definition and this is one of the real identifying characteristics of the chem trails that you will say and the other is that it starts right from the plane because these do not have to condense in the same way as a contrails does it's a material being sprayed I think most of the time it's actually a powder it can also be a liquid but obviously aluminum powder is a A material that does form a a collar white it from that standpoint it looks similar to contra but that's the only the only way it looks similar so these are the camp trails. They'll dealt spread out four different distances. It may last the entire day it may last an hour I I don't know why They last those different links tiny could be different materials or it could be a different atmospheric conditions We don't know all the details on these chem trails. But it's it's obvious when you look up that you can see the difference and then you'll also notice in the atmosphere that there will be a haze oftentimes for a day or two following the spray operation. You'll see a haze in the in the air. That is uncharacteristic for the area particularly here in the San Francisco and Marin area where we have very little air pollution and will end up with it looked like Los Angeles so these are some of the things that you can look for on the chem trails when you're trying to spot them and and show your friends and family what's happening I think this is very very important that we get a grip on on what these things are that it's real and that we need to do something about it. Thank you thank you so much for being here to come on and share with your viewers my experiences. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the Information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influence your life. By emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation a g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one with as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars and ninety five cents until next time. Feel healthy and happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Our time has gone by so fast. We only have like a five minutes left. Okay I mean this I. It's like a time warp here. Yeah so what I want to ask you. Is You know I know we really haven't covered. Well this is. All part of it is Yeah this was the paradigm that I found where the aliveness of nature calls to us and we are. Apart of sat where water we are that aliveness. We are power trees. That communicated with me in my dreams started communicating with me in my waking state. And that's what I talk about. In this dream. The dream up to the sixth son is that this isn't there is there. Was there seeds that were being planted? here's one that I looked at. I walk up the mountain with a group of people. We are on retreat in the desert. The flap of the birds wings makes makes stuck quickly as it flies overhead. I glance upward in. I see that it has a tremendous wingspan. This this that diminishes us by comparison at makes bird look like a large airplane but he Just skipped through it. He a lights on the boulder just a few feet away from us. I tilt my head back. And we end his foot and see his full flight. He adjusts his wings majestically at his sides in looks at me his His Dark I tells me he is there for a reason for us to drink in the wonder of his splendor we can't help but behold him unravel in his royal presence and it is that where. I leave off and this book begins and in this one Oh just read really briefly that That part where I mentioned to you that we have arrived in the thick of the sixth son as the Mayan Anasta. Calendars prophesied. My hope is that you will turn the KNOB. Open the door and find the harmony and balance your heart longs for as the Aztec poet Dorchi. We'd sleep which Leanne tells us. It is not true. It is not true that we come to this earth to live we come only to sleep and only to dream and that is what this is about going through fear finding those places within. Us worry we are one with everything we don't find them neatly laid out. I certainly didn't I had to really dig dig deep. I had to allow myself to be transformed and to let go of my earthly addictions Amen. I mean that's what our society feeds into. Its it takes work. It takes discipline it takes dead. It does I. I've been out this for forty years. I'm just coming up with this and this is where I really face the demons. I invite them that fear. It was my demons coming to stop me to say you can't dream big. You can't be who you really are. But our real spirit is that connects. It's race sparrow in that. I was going to ask before you did this. What can you share with the viewers to assist to help them to free themselves enough to be able to listen to their dreams and I know sometimes dreams are kind of abstract and it's hard to interpret but when you get in the practice of it it becomes avenue really does open up? Yes everybody has his cabinet. Guide them Yes for me. It was letting go of my addictions big time. You know whatever I needed shopping money boyfriends bins. All of that. I had to learn how to be a human being and being yourself at innately naturally. Yeah whole whole family. Yes afraid of power but not to pump ourselves up. Put myself up with it. That's the ego yet. Exactly and what? What the real lesson for me has been is to recognize when I'm in the EGO. Unrecognized quin higher. Oh I've been working on that for years. Yeah it's it's a challenge. It is to challenge. It is and listening to your hair yourself but thank you so much. This has been wonderful idea. I could probably go on for another. Yeah you know Nice. I thought that I had it all planned out. But you know it was almost like. I went back into those places to to illicit will. Nobody's really gone because this I love using this as an example for people to learn from. That's what this is about. You know aside for of course you sharing your intimate connection here. Thank you can. I just read this paragraph go. Okay okay so here's quote. Leak was worked. I started meeting with the Gods and goddesses went along and started will. How do they play into our lives today? So when I started writing this is what started opening up for me. I am the mother of your mother providing the spiritual nourishment that will take your last breath and bring you safely into the next stage of awareness. I continue to do my dream work Aware of your actions in other worlds where you create and Co create with yourself and sister and brother travelers. Everyone dreams but most have forgotten. That sleep is more than a time to rest. Sleek is for sharpening your spiritual senses a rich period of creativity to dream within. Dreaming is a gift when gifts to oneself the ability to remember increases in time and the space will. Yes and thank you so much. I hope you enjoy today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. Emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Where you cannot live on. It was so depressing. If we gonna not do anything and just is keep living like you know. It's it's death it's slow death slowdowns or suicide because you're giving up online. My parents we decided. Become part of the underground you know what if you can remember. What was the pivotal thing that happened that when you really felt like you were you were definitely going to leave or or had that piece inside yourself about this the that inside of myself? Well I remember I was alone at home and an underground person on the ground came to visit. Who's now the mayor or was the mayor of my town? I know a lot of people in politics through this time. And he came and he said. We're going to go on the streets on Monday and I was like. What are you kidding me? Yeah he said we need to make banners so get ready getting on the streets on Monday and I will say Oh my God this is going to be the real visibility you know and I speaking stance making a stand and being visible about what you want to create new life in the freedom that you WanNa have. Actually that is so scary is powerful very powerful. One of the most powerful moments for us was that moment when we decided to gone to the streets so we would actually meet every Monday and churches because on church grounds who couldn't get arrested Outside church grounds you would get arrested but in in the church itself. They couldn't come in and arrest you. It was private grounds only private grounds. Communism was church crowns so so every Monday night at six we would meet an hour dome a huge church that we went to and the people came one more you know more and more people came every every Monday night and and we decided to go onto the streets and it was really scary because there were people there who are ready to shoot us and there was the freedom of walking down the street showing up off freedom and that was a really big moment where you had to decide. You know. We're we're going to go down your life in your hands yet. Did you. At all have any experience of having to to witness any deaths in in front of yourself in front of your own. I know the great thing is the whole revolution. When without a death? o- torture here and there. Some people got you know arrested but oh good they do you know. That's a blessing. Yeah you know. And there were lots of people Political prison you know who got caught in taken. Yeah but no death those key shot mother. Teresa would love this you know and we were prepared for anything but it was this This incredible gift. That was that's that's great. No one died and no one can show it. Just got better from that point when you finally made the the decision to go on the streets and make that that stance what's that it then it it just started perpetuating and of course the first time we did. It was very very quiet because we made a decision not to say a word not to do anything. Just do it. We would just walk the streets and see what happened. How many people showed up the first a couple hundred maybe just started? I mean and it was happening in all different cities. Oh Okay Okay and then the next Monday more people came. Yeah and then more people came they came and then in Berlin movement it became this huge movement. Yes we had a lot of people in Berlin November four and five five days later the wall came down just like wow you know and thank you for being part of that. Because that's part the freedom of our humanity. Oh well getting back to the subject is I mean. I know that you have a lot to to contribute in this subject is how were you taught around money and especially coming originally from Berlin. How are you taught how parents or caregivers your teachers? How did they teach you about money in value in etc.? Yeah interesting thing was that I grew up. Didn't matter how much money had there was nothing to buy so it wasn't a it wasn't it didn't matter because by anyway. No Ho. That's an interesting concept. You went to the store. There was nothing there you in you know in here. We have so many choices. It's the opposite yes. It was a really interesting moment for me when the Wall came down and all this consumerism came in and the choices you had you know next over twenty kinds of toothpaste. Well how do you choose that when you grow up with one. Tom And why interesting part of that things can cost cost a different amount in different stores but but it could be the same thing. I didn't grow up. It was a huge moment. I was buying some pickles myself to this one woman. Why is why the pickles in this store store more expensive than the other? I didn't get the concept right. There's no there's this freedom of price anything said here was that actually I enjoy draft was in Germany walking down. Oh Yeah it was interesting to shift your mentality around it because you weren't raised being materialistic no not at all. While we knew that on the West there was this freedom and that was all these incredible products and the people smell delicious. Che's said all these colorful sayings in our it was like this own. My God. This is incredible and for us is more very very gray. World World Gray Wolf. There was not much color and you know to the defense of of the way you were raised. Actually you know our society Eddie has gone way too much the other way and being too materialistic and you know it's it's gone way too far and it isn't just here it's all over the world but so nope To spirituality what spiritual principles mean to you around money the US. Well I think my spiritual thinking about money is that it's it's an energy exchange right. Yes I mean that's probably what you're teaching yes. Is this incredible thing. I do something and I'm going to get compensated from you. Inform of money so there's exchange of energy that happens for people and and there's a lot of issues with that because a lot of people have issues receiving right so seizing money is a big thing for people are not sabotaging the receiving you know or in. What do you mean by that? Well when I say that for example I worked with a lot of women entrepreneurs so how they You know price themselves lower than they should instead of raising the prices. They're worried about you. Know charging too much or you know sabotaging stale meaning in the sense of they talk the client out of the services that they have a product. That happens a lot you you know and or not following up or you know being do. Do you think that that has anything to do. With a woman's in especially today of course a women not owning her total empowerment as as a as a human being as a spiritual a person on this planet do you think. Do you think it has anything to do with a while. It's a lot how it was modelled by her mother and her graduate safe. You talk about how you know. It's all starts from our caregivers are original care. Yeah and how how successful unsuccessful that was how painful aw or successful you know how wonderful it was and that's how it's being or how we are being treated as a woman and we haven't about women's history. We in the beginning of the century were allowed to vote. Yes right yes I mean. There were a lot of things that are still. The pay is still not quite the same. No it's not you know in certain positions are still not filled and women and we still don't have a women president but we don't share Germany. We have one son. But I'm just saying you know. There is very very little role models. They are role models sped. It's not equally there yet. So it's also this the sad part of Women and also working against each other instead of cooperating. You know the pitch other and it's the pressure of trying to survive you know as a mom As a as a caregiver to the family because women always take care of everyone. You know the pressures of that that you can think well especially around money you know when you have to pay for health insurance and education and all those things that are actually just trying to that are the basis basic needs off if your survival run when you can't think while about that about money or this constant worry that people have especially women because they are the source of you know taking care of everyone supporting everyone not that. I'm not saying men don't do. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let this know how the show influenced your life. I E mailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. 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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"That I've all the food bank every Monday. We feed about one hundred people. Everybody they put me on youtube dancing dancing all see that. Oh yeah they did the lady that works there one of the ladies that works she she films everybody and she's okay now. You're you're going to be on youtube now all sunny up to watch it. Oh Yes yes. Oh Food Bank of Marin in Marin city is held at the Saint Andrew's Church Shau Kei in Marin insurance right there at the corner so yeah yeah off a donohue there Oh well so so you feed lead hunt one hundred hundred people every Monday at local people or do they come from all mostly local mostly. Yeah Nice Nice Nice and then I'll know how many of them that come to the line and I said you remember Glen Robinson yes. I remember Glen Robinson Lime his wife and unlike the debt because I haven't seen a lot of them in years they're all up in their years but yeah a lot of people I know. They're learning city. That's that's news. That's because we lived there for about five. I told you five years Well bridging the gap yes bridging the gap that Philly and then. I was honored on Mother's Day about ten women. Ten mothers were honored on Mother's Day at if you're eighty or older so they honored behind mothers standing. I had to speak a little speech. I bet you did just wonderfully digital. I decided by chance Kaleida Cyberman. She introduced me. She's well known in the Cownie. Glenn knew her very well. She loved Glenn so she was she. I sat at the table with her and she said and Betty Hodges. Who runs the Hanna? Hanna Project She said Adum Idaho. Would you introduce an so. I was jotting all these things about an. Tell me about this thing you told me about the socie introduce me. I was very tonight. Lovely luncheon about about ten ten mile ten. The mother stare was very nice. And then they put all the pictures on the Marin County post is called the newspaper. I'm familiar with it. Yeah they put all the mothers on the front page. I didn't even know they had that picture of. It's really Nice picture of me. Well it's nice that you liked it. Yeah that was the Nice. They do a lot of Nice things. That the Hanna Hanna in a project they raise money for call for kids to go to college A Nice Organization there Thank you that's fine. I so appreciate you being here and sharing these stories. Thank you for for having me. I think this is quite a quite a An honor to be here with you to tell tell you about my my life. Well you've had some very interesting things to say so I and I can't wait to share it with the rest of the world. Thank you for having me. Dare we hope you enjoy today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise allies guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being part of our podcast when you were moved moved or motivated. Please let us know how the show influenced your life. I E mailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation at gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six seat eight one as a gift. You can get doctor Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars and ninety five cents until next time. Feel healthy and happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"That you want to go from your modem to This wired router. Before you go to your wireless router by doing so you have taken that threat away that means the. NSA can't come and get you whenever they want and know hackers come get you. It is a commercial grade wired router for fifty or sixty dollars it is the best buy you can make for your own own home security. I just had my account with Uber Haft so easy to get hacked these days so the point is I mean. They stole my money. I know and they are siphoning money all over the place. The banks are losing billions this way but they don't talk about it while I'm I am so angry I I've already ready done an interview with seven and they're gonNA put it on. Let's if people learn a little bit about security and they learn about how a few of these things are stacked against them. You have a chance. That ubiquitous thing is a gift to us by that company. They do mostly thousand dollars but they gave us one for fifty or sixty bucks just because they know. It's a big problem so we thank them for that. And I don't know any any stock and ubiquity it. I don't know them as a company and make no money from that recommendation. I just bought it myself. I set it up when I learned about it and I took care of it right away. I'm going to recommend that everybody do the same. Wow Wow so. You want to ten permanent ubiquity ubiquity the U. B. I. Q.. It ubiquity okay. So that's another link that we put on the show notes. Yeah absolutely so oh I hope I shared a little bit with. What's in front of us right now? There is more technical stuff about what's wireless radiation. How does it really work it just as a cloud around around you? Whenever you're downloading something wirelessly and think about it this way? It's that matters the size of the data that you're asking for so if I'm sitting here and I'm doing a text message okay. It's a little piece of data. That's like a fruit. Fly Coming at me okay. I don't need much of a connection from the tower to get a little piece as a text on few ones ears much. If I'm getting a big juicy picture at a little more radiation if I choose to download a video this dumb dumb thing okay. Now I'm getting an aircraft carrier and if you think five Jesus good idea that's a flotilla of aircraft carriers carrier coming at you. Okay you're wirelessly. You can't say that enough in my bottom line is you. Don't want it or need it. You'll get it faster through a wire no matter what happens but see. There's a solution and that that is the key. That's it your friends on. Always why Paul I thank you so so much. I know that you could probably talk for a couple more hours. We lost a few people. Well no but it's I mean hopefully we've at least done the basics. I think so and it. This is so important and this is why I did this. I mean I did it impromptu. But Hey this value what you're doing and educating and thank you I'm great. Scientists number four wire dot com. We'll have connections to all of your federal senators and your state senators how to contact them and to let them know the you do not want cell phone towers on the Utility and and Light Poles twenty feet from your second story bedroom windows. You don't want that and let him know and we hope the joy today's episode of wealth transformation. We encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift you can get doctor. Cheryl's is booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel oh healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Well anyway. You have a magic touch it. Just be me you know. I guess you know my father was was the biggest love role models for me. Actually because he gave me so so much wisdom like always keep he always said to me. Keep that little child inside alive. Because that's how you have fun. And then he said. Don't take yourself too seriously got got that so wise. Because I was growing up you know it was located play but when Israel mark that shirts started playing again. Yeah no I mean I get around little kids and I to my little kid coming out. That's great I mean and I think because probably because I was an rh baby you are. Yeah Yeah Oh yeah I mean I was fighting for my life. Oh yeah you know so I have this no matter what so you goodness. So hefley covered everything. I don't know have we. We have about nine minutes left. What what I know what wisdom you know really good wisdom that can you give our listeners in our our viewers to be you know that would help them to be aware of their feelings? Well Meditate for one thing just the yourself breeze had we talked about this briefly my favorite saying what does if people think of you is none of your business No and I need help with this. Learn the difference between thoughts and feelings. Now how do you do that. Well in therapy you know that's was I teach Away from it of get a feeling wheel or get it get over this feeling words and learn the NC two connected to connect with what you're feeling. Yeah and it's also allowing your heart you know and I know that it took me a while to understand the difference between the mind well the brain and the I think your mind covers everything but but that's because I've worked hard it being aware of my feelings. Yeah well between your brain and your heart art when you have that in balance with half and be aware of your body if you feel stuck start hoofing Walker exercisers swim anything jump up down just moving. It gives some energy flowing right and I think that you know half the battle. Do you think that half the battle is just being willing have to allow yourself absolutely to know that feelings are not good or bad they just are. You're and it's what we do with that that matters and we're doing absolutely there to forgive yourself. That's that's a big one and then forgive others so you can be free. Yeah well I start with the forgive yourself. Don't forget I know I get I understand. Definitely well thank you for For coming and sharing and I think this is very valuable information ill very so time. Help US yes. Yes yes I mean left talking about stuff. I'm sure we can talk for a couple of their out. You know a couple more hours about you know if we broke it down. We don't Hamill that time now so thank you. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our guest to make your life better and make good changes inches. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your your life by emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail dot com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further author please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight one as a gift. You can get doctor. Dr Cheryl's Book Wealth Transformation Integrity Integrity Integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time you'll healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Is that connection to the greater. Good like I tell the little kids in this. You know it works works out One of my friends is a great. She was miss. Nancy taught me that. Teach children that the good. You do Ruby Peterson. The good. You do we'll come back to you but the bad you'll be sad for you. But the good you do will come back to earth and shoving teaching the kids for years. I saw a couple of kids I hadn't seen in years and they're both pharmacy. Oh Mr Pruitt you're the good you were listening every no we're gonNA pay attention Ah That's the five year old Lang seeds and not thinking about the harvest because the seeds they grow you know and being being grateful. Yeah that's to me that's the most important. Besides of course. Having that re alignment with your higher God Self Universe whatever you WANNA call it. That's that's getting the kids. I call it you like this doc I call it got calm. Dot Com in thankful and tranquil. So early early in the morning five minutes. She's quietly it's not religion it's instance. Hey it's like now what it is what it is. They're folks who are fearful earful and the little dark room or negatives are developed. Here's what it is in the morning in the afternoon and it's unit helps children because they find peace. Yes and that's and then when you have that in practice that when all the storms come about guess years you you can still stays peaceful. You don't go crazy takes practice. Well the thing I taught kids for years you know when things are crazy call. And when things are calm via crazy creatively crazzy yet. Well that's what it's about that's exactly right. I like to get on the elevators and just just have lots of fun and you start asking questions. Nader's high dried. Know all of you. Why are you here with me? And what brought us to this. Did you know that coincidences are God's way of remaining anonymous and you have everybody meets. There's there's a In the happy movies there's ago who wrote the book flow. I I have to share with you. I get it flow all day long. I do I get on a frequency. I'm raffle people laughing enjoying it. And they don't let people Disturbed my day. You know I was loved that line by the kindergartner. Don't let their bad day. Be Your a bad day or year. Bad debuted they'll they play angry tag with people. I love it anglicized. We do that violence. Yeah let me do my Richard Nixon for you ready for Richard Nixon. Oh Aw you know what the last thing Richard Nixon seventy four left office. I did this on its on youtube for me. Introducing the bread and roses show. It goes there there are people out there and they will hate you when they will only win if they get you to hate them back you throw yourself shake take memo in kindergarten comes around goes around. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast. When you removed or motivated please let us know how other show influenced your life? emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can and benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift breath. You can get doctor Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of posted a seven dollars. Ninety five cents. The next time you'll healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your wife..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Well I think hey we've covered so many good good. Well I just WanNa make sure because yeah this. This is an opportunities. But thank you so much being here and sharing and I know this is going to help write a multitude of people grew and writing this book with such a journey for us really writing it together and collaborating was beautiful. Yeah yeah that's also something. I think that we have very appreciative in our relationship is that we We have three businesses offices. One of them is to mystify love. So it's helped me ship the relationship with love and also money but that we there's the focus we have to give so. It's not just about us about our retirement in our life. Our Little Nest Egg. That's not. What really motivates us? So we have a motivation to try to find a way to help others and as powerful. I think if you can do that some way that they're doing something which is more than just them. Yes it's the give back in some way amen. Whatever they want to yes? It's distributing love. twitted show I bet you didn't have have this wonderful wisdom before you went through what you've gone through or may we had a little bit uh-huh this much. Maybe we have this much now. I don't know we're still beginners. You know we're all learning role evolving. Thank thank you so much for sharing care in coming your son much. We hope you enjoyed today's Today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation at gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you further please visit. It's Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor Cheryl's book twelth Transformation Integrity Integrity Integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars and ninety five cents until next time. Feel healthy unhappy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life..

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"cheryl" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"There that the Cheryl hello Cheryl how are you doing Rory hello and what are you have asthma you are volume went down I can't hear you too well all right this is not a matter all right now you have asked about right seven thousand nine I'm not quite sure what you say everything she was nine are and how do you have a child I just turned fifty eight how would you like to be good now yes I wanted but I had another question all right I heard you say recently he spoke about our on a recent program about our children in cancer and I was really interested in that because I just can't understand how I mean children develop cancer hold it hold it hold it we're not you don't have any children I think I don't think you have children I think you call me out for astra so it is a one eight jet well that's not cancer the condition that I thank you and your for emotional reasons but you call me to help you to overcome it I bet you cannot overcome it unless you know what became of you how it got there mom I can no yes Sir no Sir Thomas a special kind of trauma is the relationship with the mother correct yes yes and she she pushed you in to doing things she does she's a nag to make you do the right thing and when you were a child you knew more about what right is because you are younger than her your every child comes in the world we didn't intuition but what ever in every family including mine when a child comes into the world two and a half way decent mother she tries push him and program him to be a better person which is not the right way what it does it upsets the kid and she becomes a nag because you're about and the more you rebel the most is chief your mother thinks she's failed and she tries harder and pretty soon you get upset and given you get upset and give in and when you give in to giving your whole life to your mother another was she you wear out your there's a word for it your energy and I was if you were running from my ally and sooner or later you're gonna get is the line is going to catch up with you and you have no more left to fall to the ground asthma is giving your mother giving into a mother giving into your mother and giving into my then every time you give into her you you're becoming into a ball broken person and you're not you know not any worse but you obey and you hate the way and when you hate obeying you don't do it your try not to do it but your mother's is a posted it keeps on pushing you and pushing you and another thing you and taking your energy away and you couldn't eat it and you the those periods of time every time you give up I upset to a person you can get cancer the same way that you know I so bring it in if you're in a P. is a you become an appeaser of your mother the piece of your mother and you can't have a life of your own and you get angry with your mother a little angry you either out by the mother the more angles our life force you give her life force life force you are out you can't breathe you have to go to the hospital then there give you SSS Hary which is lost to your mother correct or not.

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"cheryl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Cheryl. Mister Wallace. I am calling because I have a favorite one hit wonders song was actually in my in my play list for my for my when I work out of the gym and now it's called a it's they are this is although Nova. yeah he is just Aldo Nova like nineteen there's something like that right. nearly time for early eighties why would lumber boys up although Nova. also you want to work out to the gym. there you go Cheryl just for you. I want to say thank you for listening. why. it was a certain time and you know it reminds me of those as we get a one hit wonders and thank you for that suggestion reminds me of another song by Billy for I don't know why just. the members is when we want our children is. Billy for. you remember this. he got into. the star would look at. I don't know what it was he said although no. kind of reminded me a lot. this to play this. to. that's good news. Tom is in citrus.

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