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Argument Emerges Over What George Floyd Said During Arrest

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Argument Emerges Over What George Floyd Said During Arrest

"Question now before the jury in the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial Is this. What did George Floyd actually say in a video of his arrest? Both the prosecution and the defense heard something different relating to whether Floyd had drugs in his body. When Shoven held his knee on Floyd's neck. Ah, warning. We're going to hear some of the video of George Floyd's arrest in this conversation. NPR's Cheryl Corley is in Minneapolis. Cheryl, first off, Can you just explain this discrepancy about what George Floyd said on the video that recorded his arrest and ultimately, his death? Yeah, well, that is really the big issue, and it depends on what you hear, and just this really tiny bit of audio, and it was quite a moment of defense Attorney Eric Nelson played this clip of video where we see Floyd struggling Derrick Show been over him, and it seemed Floyd may have said something about drugs and Nelson as special agent James right race and when he testified what he could make out Yes, it is with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and he led the investigation into Floyd's death s O take a listen to the tape. Yeah. Did you hear that? Yes, I did. Did it appear that Mr Floyd said I ate too many drugs. Yes, it didn't. Wow. I mean, that that was hard for me to discern. Yeah, really, in exactly what the prosecutor said. So they pulled a longer version of the video and prosecutor Matthew Frank as various nto take another Listen. Having heard it in context you're able to tell What Mr Floyd is saying there? Yes, I believe Mr Flynn was saying I ain't doing no drugs,

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Sheryl Underwood addresses Sharon Osbourne leaving 'The Talk'

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:06 min | 4 d ago

Sheryl Underwood addresses Sharon Osbourne leaving 'The Talk'

"Piers morgan. I was reading. Where piers. Morgan has said that cheryl underwood should be fired for calling sharon osborne a racist. Now sir listen to me. What should not going to do is change the narrative of what happened first of all sure. Let me just clear this up case. Destroy get legs. Sure under would never call sharon osborne. Racist what cheryl underwood said was the state. Mid that piers. Morgan made was racist. She never called sharon osborne a racist She said that the statement that piers morgan me was racist. See here's what everybody got to take. Let's take this off for second. If megan markle was not black we talking about none of this. None of this wouldn't even be a reason. A story is simply because this woman is black. If the baby didn't have black features if the baby was just a white british lua baby. We did not even story so now. How can it not be racism when the only reason to story is even bought up is because of the race of the woman that child. That's amazing to me man. Now you wanna flip the script internal show shelley no racist right and and how can you. How can you forget what we actually saw with our own eyes on. Tv that was devastating for everyone who watched it. Especially you cheryl. I'm sure i'm absolutely. Oh i'm suffering from. ptsd it is. It is a trauma that i really didn't realize. And that's what we're going to talk about on shell but people are living through these types of traumas every day. That's why with so many people of different races reach out to me because they're going through this trauma

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Sheryl Underwood addresses Sharon Osbourne leaving 'The Talk'

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:56 min | 5 d ago

Sheryl Underwood addresses Sharon Osbourne leaving 'The Talk'

"Oh the sharon osbourne story is not going way cheryl underwood. She's breaking her silence on sharon's exit from the talk so again to a big kerfuffle over the whole meghan markle in piers morgan interview. Sharon turned around and she defended her piers. Morgan and it turned into race. This accusations and sharon ended up leaving show. Well cheryl has now broken. Silence about it. In on her podcast. She revealed that she actually hasn't heard from sharon. Sharon has not apologized which is surprising to me. She's been in this business a long time. I would have assumed some sort of text just saying. Hey i'm sorry if i misled you. I'm sorry five. Seemed to have offended you in any way. And she has not done that. And sharon actually went as far to say that the producers kind of blind side and cheryl saying. That's not true. I remember that you definitely know cheryl saying now. This is not happening. Oh because sharon did say a rep for. Sharon told people magazine. The osborne had reached out to under word now under would naturally saying that is not true and she actually held up her phone so you could look through the history to confirm. The story doesn't end there only. I just got a press release from the daily mail. Sharon is talking to the daily mail. And she is cheryl's not telling the truth. She said that she's got screenshots. Lengthy text that she sent to cheryl to try and patch things up. She went on to say quote. I not only send these messages to cheryl. But i apologize to her in person in her dressing room quotes. Why are you saying. I never apologize. Cheryl what are you trying to do to me Are you trying to destroy my reputation. Just be honest. Tell may

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Jury convicts former chairwoman of Montana Native Women’s Coalition

Native America Calling

01:06 min | 6 d ago

Jury convicts former chairwoman of Montana Native Women’s Coalition

"A federal jury has convicted. The former chairwoman of montana nonprofit of false claims wire fraud and theft from a receiving federal funding yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas has more meredith. Mcconnell is the most recent former staff member and leader within the montana native women's coalition to be convicted of misusing federal grant funds to benefit herself and others. The coalition's former executive director cheryl lawrence and ex board member barbara day chief pleaded guilty to stealing funding from the coalition earlier. This year the montana native women's coalition seeks to support native american victims of sexual and domestic abuse the montana. Us attorneys office argued that over a four month period in two thousand seventeen. Mcconnell is responsible for the mishandling of more than ten percent of the nonprofits grant funds. Mcconnell pleaded not guilty to all charges claiming her signature was forged on a number of incriminating documents following the federal jury's conviction mcconnell faces a maximum of twenty years in prison a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine and three years of supervised release. She has not yet been sentenced for national aid of news reporting for montana. I'm caitlyn

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Derek Chauvin trial: Minneapolis lieutenant calls use of force against Floyd 'totally unnecessary'

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00:50 sec | Last week

Derek Chauvin trial: Minneapolis lieutenant calls use of force against Floyd 'totally unnecessary'

"Police department homicide division called the use of police force against george floyd totally unnecessary and bureau show quarterly reports the murder trial of former police officer. Derek chauvin is now on hold until next week lieutenant. Richard zimmermann the minneapolis. Police departments most senior officer reviewed the footage of body worn cameras that recorded the events of may twenty fifth the day former officer derek. Chauvin held his knee on. George floyd's neck for more than nine minutes according to prosecutors and a move uncalled-for according to zimmerman because of the fact that if you need is on a person's neck that can kill them. The defense asked whether police officers have to consider the entire situation when force is used and zimmerman agreed. The trial resumes. Monday cheryl corley.

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Metro Atlanta is under a level 2 risk of severe storms today

WSB programming

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Metro Atlanta is under a level 2 risk of severe storms today

"Does exist across much of north Georgia as we go through the day, damaging wind gusts and Hale will be our main threats, along with heavy rainfall on that heavy rainfall could lead to some areas of flooding channel Choose Tony Thomas on scene, says the the Red Red Cross Cross distributing distributing supplies. supplies. There's There's something something we we noticed noticed as as we we drove drove in in here. here. You're You're talking talking about about the the Red Red Cross Cross Every Every couple couple of of blocks blocks ago ago in in the the disaster disaster zone. zone. There's There's just just tons tons of of water water and other soft drinks and other things, paper towels and cleaning supplies. Just sit Thing on the sidewalk for anybody who needs it to come by and grab some community and volunteers definitely stepping up here as the cleanup continues here on day three WSB Cheryl

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Gwinnett Police actively searching for double homicide suspect in Metro Atlanta

Clark Howard

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gwinnett Police actively searching for double homicide suspect in Metro Atlanta

"Is on for a suspect in a double murder Friday in Gwinnett County. Details from W. A. S. P S. Cheryl Castro. Gwinnett County Police have identified the suspect as 24 year old William Adams. Corporal Colin Flynn says Adams is accused in the shooting deaths of a woman and a teenager in a flower. Ranch home. An officer's first arrived on the scene. They located two victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Those victims included a 40 year old female and her 16 year old son. The woman is believed to have been Adam's girlfriend, Crimestoppers is offering a $2000 reward for tips leading to an arrest.

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Gwinnett police searching for suspect in double homicide near Flowery Branch,  Atlanta

Clark Howard

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gwinnett police searching for suspect in double homicide near Flowery Branch, Atlanta

"Is on for a suspect in a double murder Friday in Gwinnett County. Details from W. A. S. P S. Cheryl Castro. Gwinnett County Police have identified the suspect as 24 year old William Adams. Corporal Colin Flynn says Adams is accused in the shooting deaths of a woman and a teenager in a flower. Ranch home. An officer's first arrived on the scene. They located two victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Those victims included a 40 year old female and her 16 year old son. The woman is believed to have been Adam's girlfriend, Crimestoppers is offering a $2000 reward for tips leading to an arrest.

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Metro Atlanta hospitals report decrease in Covid admissions

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Metro Atlanta hospitals report decrease in Covid admissions

"Doses of the cove it vaccine administered, but hospitalizations in our state are falling. Details from WSB Cheryl Castro hospitals in Metro Atlanta reported drop in Corona virus patient since the start of the year, when those numbers spiked in January worsen her peak were saying about 40% of our hospitalizations were covert related where downs around 12 to 15% well store Atlanta Medical centers. Doctor Danny Branston Hotels Channel two Action News He attribute The decline in hospitalizations to an initial focus and Georgia on getting those 65 older vaccinated. He also points to mask wearing in hand washing. Cheryl Castro

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CBS says 'The Talk' staying off air after racism talk

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

CBS says 'The Talk' staying off air after racism talk

"A daytime talk show is sorted line at least for now CBS is it will continue to muzzle the talk the network says the daytime gab fest will stay off the air another week while decides what to do about a discussion about racism that went sideways last week it started when co host Sharon Osborne tried to defend her friend British TV host piers Morgan who's been a frequent and harsh critic of Meghan Markle the former American actress married to prince Harry co host Cheryl Underwood asked for support of Morgan amounted to agreeing with some of his comments viewed by many as racist angry Osborne using profanity that was fleet said she felt persecuted because of her defense of Morgan Underwood who like Markle is black tried to continue the conversation after a commercial break when Underwood got emotional Osborne told her not to cry because if anyone should be crying it should be her CBS says the show will return next Tuesday I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Russia, Iran Aimed to Sway 2020 Election Through Covert Campaigns

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russia, Iran Aimed to Sway 2020 Election Through Covert Campaigns

"Report on Russia, Iran and the presidential election in Maryland. Haider in the Cocoa News Center, a U. S intelligence report says Russia and Iran spread false or inflated claims about the 2020 presidential election to sway the results but didn't try to alter the voting process. The office of the director of national intelligence is foreign actors did not Change votes or disrupt the voting process in last year's presidential election, But a broad array of foreign governments did take steps to try and influence the election. That list includes Russian President Vladimir Putin, who intelligence officials say authorized operations designed to harm President Biden's candidacy in operation by Iran was aimed at undermining former President Trump's reelection. As Cheryl Halpern on

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'The Talk' hiatus: Why CBS is investigating the show and Sharon Osbourne

Mojo In The Morning

01:06 min | Last month

'The Talk' hiatus: Why CBS is investigating the show and Sharon Osbourne

"Show the talk is going on hiatus for a couple of days as cbs investigates episode last week that sparked some controversy after sharon osbourne defended peers more hints comments about meghan markle. Now i've played this in case you missed it during that episode cheryl underwood ask to share in. Why is she was supporting her friend peers. Here's a little piece of that combo you tell me why you have heard him say educate me tell me when you have heard him say racist things. Educate me tell me. It is not the exact words of racism. It's the implication and the reaction to it to not want to address that because she is a black woman and to try to dismiss it or to make it same less than what it is. That's what makes it racist. Cbs releasing a statement. Saying we are committed to a diverse inclusive and respectful workplace. All matters related to the wednesday episode of the talk are currently under internal review. The show is expected to return on

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'The Talk' goes on hiatus after Sharon Osbourne defends Piers Morgan - NBC News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

'The Talk' goes on hiatus after Sharon Osbourne defends Piers Morgan - NBC News

"Hiatus after an on air blow up last week. It was a talk that got heated last week. I feel even like I'm about to be put in the electric chair because I have a friend and now the CBS daytime talk show. The talk is on hiatus for a couple days this week as the network conducts an internal review into an exchange between hosts Sharon Osborne and Cheryl Underwood. After Osborne defended her friend Piers Morgan over his Meghan Markle remarks. I'm asking you again on, Don't try and cry because if anyone should be crying, it should be me. That was Wednesday. By Friday, Osborne took to Twitter to issue an apology. Matt Piper CBS News Coming up in money

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The Talk Going on Unplanned Hiatus Amid Sharon Osbourne Flap

Donna and Steve

02:02 min | Last month

The Talk Going on Unplanned Hiatus Amid Sharon Osbourne Flap

"Is going on hiatus due to That whole Piers Morgan. Chaos s O, If you recall Cheryl Underwood and Sharon Osborne went at it. And so they're reviewing the heated argument between them. I don't know why they need to do that. They got into it over Piers Morgan and his history of hating on Meghan Markle. Here's happens to be a friend of sharing Osbournes, so she was defending him. And then Cheryl suggested she was covering for his racism and then sharing demanded that Cheryl produce examples of him being a racist. Sharon later apologized, saying. I felt I panicked, felt blindsided, got defensive and allowed my fear and horror or rule of being accused of being racist takeover. Um, And now Holly Robinson Peete is saying that sharing got her fired from the show because she was to quote unquote ghetto. Oh, my god. Sharon denies that. So I guess they're just taking a couple of days to just Look at everything that's happened. Crazy, right drama. I didn't just did you watch the video of the back and forth or not? Yeah, I saw some of it. I did, um You know, And it just It felt really uncomfortable to watch just was like, Please stop. Yes, When? When Sharon Osborne was talking. I'm like you haven't ever experienced what a black woman experiencing. So you really just can't do this right now in Sharon was trying to double down and saying Well, just because he doesn't Like her, And she happens to be black. That doesn't make it racist. Maybe just doesn't like her personality or you know, and then it just went back and forth and it was like, I don't want this continue. Right now, but you know It's time to listen. Sometimes,

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Google CCAI with Antony Passemard

VUX World

08:14 min | Last month

Google CCAI with Antony Passemard

"We're gonna be talking about google contact center. And i'm not just saying this because you're here on an is honest truth. I've been hoping one in this composition for a long time because our history. If you go back far enough is rooted in alexa. Google assistant and the voices and spirits. And we've been working in this all contact center environment and customer services for a while and then we see. Google released this kind of suite of tools. The seems to have in some parts from history with with google assistant and all this kind of stuff in very similar technologies. and we've been been exploring it for awhile and excited to see where it goes and what you're up to so thank you much for joining us citing citing. Yeah there's a lot of history there with assistant and yeah we can talk about. It's it's an interesting story but it. What's what's interesting is that it's really exhilarating in the last two years. It's been pretty pretty impressive. What we've been able to deliver and really happy to release a led technology now until it's all coming together and we're seeing great results so happy to cheryl that nice. What's what's what's who is it. That says underwent a plan comes together is bigger is gonna plan comes together nicely. Well well on any join those. So you the head of compositional nine contact center at google cloud jonah. Tell the people tune in a little bit about what the rule is what you do on google cloud and how that relates to i own the product the product suite basically. So whatever touches conversational. I for google cloud which is now set of a set of product so some underlying technologies like the speech to text. Api or text to speech api. Some of the amelia technologies that we have but on top of that really. What's interesting. is the various products. No dalek show. For cell surrey's channel bots voice and chat the agent assists to help human agent do their job better and getting sites. And what's going on in real time as they were talking to customers and the latest one is insights which is coming verviers soon which is about understanding all your contact center and everything that's happening they are so it's kind of a product suite under the umbrella. Ci and yes. I own that. I have a team of product. Managers that Do a job at delivering on those products from helping drive a change in the market with this nice so i was just trying to put the lincoln in lincoln. So you mentioned the Some of it has a history with google assistant. Let's unpack that a little bit. So where i come from. And what relationship. If any have with google assistant technologies it started about four years ago. I think some somewhere around that where we did assistant actually did an acquisition of a company. Api and the. I was A tool to help people build better. Google assistant interactions turned out. That in google cod. We were really interested with this technology and the cloud. Google customers actually started using piano the i to build bots for arna a prize and it became dialogue so and so we started planning a little bit working toward more entreprise use cases with alec flow as as assistant was working on their own on their own path and were sharing a lot of the nfl. You underlying the technology but as time passed we so much more traction in the enterprise and had to separate ourselves a little bit in terms of how you manage the the system itself and elliot's fairly common but the system you know the the designer the interaction the web hoax infrastructure the security level privacy that we could provide with allah flu can a diverse and about i would say about two years ago. We started embarking on a new journey toward larger on it so we had their early over. I think we have about one point. Five million developers now in dallas so signed up but we saw that big move award. Large large companies like verizon and likes that wanted to have a lot more flexibility and being able to handle more complex. Use cases with their varietal agents Migrated toward what we just launch in. General is but at the same time we expanded toward agent assists and insights we added to the portfolio so the history starts at a piano. The i four years ago. But i think they're somewhat of a split about two years ago to address the large enterprise cases those use cases and so for those who you mentioned. It's this this dialogue floor the cx was created. There is agent assist olympics and insights. Those are the those are the the full men compo- insects out yet but inside his common. That's right isn't it. Yeah so. It's a early preview right now. It's coming on in in In preview the states kind of bit is a new term. Like we don't have alpha beta anymore. We have previews and j preview previews coming out. I think in the next month and now it takes care is incites is no analysis product per se. It is it is inside. So floyd assists on sites had the three main main products. And i'm accents. Okay then so. Donald flows has been used a lot for goodness actions as well as chump dot says wella's contact center etc for those up in the day a more than likely have experienced dialogue floor in some shape or form. So what is it. The drove the need for dialogue floor. Cx whetted cx come from. Sussex is more graphical. It's it's slightly different to. Es what's the history. Yeah that's actually very important. So essentially asks is basically dial for the daleks with everybody knows that the prior version she will that was meant to build simpler interactions. So one or two turns. Maybe three turns if you if you really need to go a little deeper but some people have called it like slot failing type of bots little bit of that no s something getting tencent and entities and do something where the work or cloud function fairly simple. But when you talk about larger apprise they need to handle much more complex use cases longer. You know five. Ten twelve fifteen turns in conversation or you know things that lasts for two or three minutes on the voice side and being able to handle that without floor essential was very difficult. Because linking intense between them. The nfc between intense was a little difficult to do and the visual builder was a big improvement where you can see a complete flow manage the transition in dragon drop. Ui all without code was really important to a lot of customers but it really doesn't stop there Dallas came from a need for better predictability in spending for example so the pricing model is different. Secession based rather than a turn or fifteen second incriminate. It has a skill ability Capabilities that are much higher so delicacy. Excellent handled forty thousand intent in a single implementation issue. Compare that doug. Flu central two thousand ten. You can have mega agent on it. Which allows you to go to twenty but cx with forty thousand and ten and we have customers that are in the many many thousands fifteen seventeen thousand intents so it does happen that you need this kind of skill. It also has a lot more features toward ivr's when you used alpha essentials. It's unlikely you're going to replace your vr and hence your vr with. It's more about knowing if you think about assistant. Its interaction with smart device.

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Atlanta's Delta Flight Museum To Become Georgia’s Largest Covid Vaccination Site

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00:32 sec | Last month

Atlanta's Delta Flight Museum To Become Georgia’s Largest Covid Vaccination Site

"Up crowd, Channel two action news reporter Christian Jennings at the huge Corona vaccine site over the Delta Flight Museum today. That's the parking lot near the airport is such a relief for so many Georgians who have been struggling with medical issues and been very concerned. About covert 19, This mass vaccination site here in the Delta Museum. You can do drive through here and even more vaccination sites opening this week and lots of veterans showing up to get a shot Saturday here in Atlanta, WSB Cheryl Castro, Ours lined up from the morning through the

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Hundreds of Atlanta veterans get vaccinated at Home Depot Back Yard

Bulls and Bears

00:39 sec | Last month

Hundreds of Atlanta veterans get vaccinated at Home Depot Back Yard

"Up starting Monday, another push today to get veterans vaccinated cars lined up from the morning through the afternoon at the Home Depot backyard in downtown Atlanta. By the end of the day, the Atlanta Healthcare system, says roughly 1200 local veteran's Gotta Cupid vaccine at the drive thru event, the exciting event that we've been doing here is just one more step of getting the vaccines out to veterans. As we get our doses we want to schedule patients and for the vets that couldn't make it out to the mass vaccination event, Dr Lance Davids tells Channel two action news. Visit the Atlanta of a page or Facebook. Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB. Savannah has no Saint Patrick's Day parade scheduled this year with

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Business is booming for tech companies during the coronavirus pandemic

Real Time with Bill Maher

06:15 min | Last month

Business is booming for tech companies during the coronavirus pandemic

"It is the corona bursary Was a year ago minus two days where we did our last show here and i am boy at ended quick biden set at me the whole thing i mean i thought i was gonna come back next week. We had a panel book May i able to get a shot. July fourth biden says independence day yet. It we're going to be kind of independent. So i've been leading reading you know the year everybody's running recaps of this kind of stuff this dot. I have to start with that. I thought was most amazing. Jeff bezos law lost thirty eight million his divorce thirty eight billion divorced and he made it all back in a month may thirty five billion in one month. What does this tell us about america. Gentlemen it's worse than that. We've had one individual. Gdp of hungary to his net worth since the first virus. You on mosques just in time for him to peace out and moved to taxes so he doesn't have to pay taxes. We've seen billionaires go from one point nine trillion and wealth of four trillion. The dirty secret of this pandemic is at the top ten percent much less top. One percent are living best lives virus and that some be minute we see a lot of the we actually see places that went out of business by myself. Some of my favorite restaurant. Hey i drive by. And i wanna cry. Because they've been there for a log gone forever but the people who did if you're in the sit on your ass. Look at a screen business. Amazon apple google facebook right. They made their now worth twenty one percent of the whole economy. There we used we talk about the s. and p. five hundred it's the s. and p. seven there's now seven companies that have percent of the market cap amazon's since march has added more market capitalization than all of european retail. We have effectively four companies. That are so dominant. There's more we've been overrun. There's more lobbyists fulltime lobbyist in washington working for amazon than there are. Us senators there's more people working in pr and calms at facebook. Manicuring in march and cheryl's image than there are journalists at the washington post. Yeah we are so beyond any sense of balance in our economy. The eco-systems out of control. We absolutely need to break these companies up. Yeah it's almost like we're going to step ahead. I'm old school that stepping on a. It's almost like the way that you said there bill. It sounded nefarious. Almost like they plan or something you know not that they did of course but they took advantage of it but they took advantage of there's almost like an inevitability of this kind of progress. Let's let's call it. You know where how all that money just starts flowing in these these same directions. No matter what happens to the economy. It all keeps flowing that way but can ask this one question. When i read this about the amazon apple. Google facebook twenty one percent. I mean it was written. I forget where i read it. Maybe you yeah. It was written like oh my god. Twenty one percent of the economy four companies. Yeah but i was like. That's so bad. I thought it was eighty quite frankly. I hadn't read that. I mean the biggest four companies. Who really i mean this is. What's propping up. America as the rest of his goes to shit Is that such a big thing that those the four biggest companies are one fifth of the economy pennzoil. Not that alarmed at do we want one company deciding ninety three percent of the time when we type in overthrow government whether you get Instructions on how to build a dirty bomb or voter registration. Should one company control those decisions. Ninety three percent of the time should one person control the algorithms to decide the content that the southern hemisphere place. india rec- should one company effectively control ninety seven percent of all increase in value of all retail. The third and learn. I know you think healthcare is next right. Don't you think that walmart and is it is on. We're going to be battling to of course. Why wouldn't they want that. they own everything else. Where's the all the money going sick people. That's what america does best makes people look the fastest. The largest business in the world is us healthcare. it's seventy percent of gdp its prices. Keep going up. it's nps keeps going down. That spells here comes amazon but not only is it bad or morally corrupted these companies have so much power it's dangerous. the equivalent of the nasdaq and israel is down. Not up there vaccinating. Seven times the rate when the most powerful wealthiest people in the world are living their best lives. We don't show this virus the full-throated capitalist response. We are capable of if amazon amazon. Start if amazon stock had declined seventy percent instead of risen seventy percent in the last ten months when a van with a smile shows up in my driveway tomorrow morning someone with a somewhat jumped out in a lab coat and vaccinated us. We are living our best lives. This virus has not seen what with the. Us is capable of because stop. Stop at hurt so good. If you're the shareholder class but the other the other point is the every time you wanna talk. This guy's as usual. I said everything i wanted to say. No but the other side of it is providing a service that people like you know. I mean during the pandemic you wanted things delivered to you know so the. That's what i mean the confluence of them being there at exactly the right time with exactly the right service is was very convenient so i know so. Many people have signed up for amazon prime over the last five years because the all of the things that they come with it and amazon is amazing. The type of company that amazon is and how they position themselves to literally pacman. Every every type of that is out there. it really is. I don't think we've seen anything like that type that's He remember he cornered the diaper market. Lost like one hundred million. Just but i i don't care i want diapers to write something wrong with that guy anyway but it's not as bank

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"cheryl" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:13 min | Last month

"cheryl" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"How not to behave in that situation moral people self governed so as the nation drifts and falls away from god and drifts more and more into secularism. It creates a chaotic type of society that demands government step in and solve those problems. So it's no coincidence that most of your socialist and communist nations are atheists because first off the government cannot stand to compete with god and and second off as the nation moves towards government it naturally becomes more and more pro government and less relying on god so you need a moral populace in order to keep a limited government into keep big government at bay. And if you don't if you turn secular it creates chaos in society which creates an open door for government to come in and solve those problems which only opens the door wider for socialism. Have ninety seconds. And i'll give you the last answer. Here cheryl family. When i was when i was mayor. Pro tem city of houston. I would go out invited to a lot of churches that were predominantly or solely black. And i found that black voters tend to be faith voters and yet we're losing them to a party in a platform that is against that hispanic voters that republicans don't do well with Are are largely people of deep abiding faith. It frustrates me. That folks who are based on faith are following platforms that are contrary to their faith. And i think we have to solve that. We have to do better. Yeah the seminaries. In america have been teaching this social gospel that jesus if he chose a political party or political ideology you would be socialism and that is abhorrent deceptive biblical teaching and that is a big root of why this nation has turned from god to government because churches are now teaching that big government biggest government socialist government..

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"cheryl" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:59 min | Last month

"cheryl" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Every day it seems there is a story that i bring to you about the harris county district attorney and under the guise of criminal justice reform rapists and murderers being arrested by the houston police officer. police officers Whose union has said again and again. We're bringing these guys down there. And the harris county district attorney keeps letting them go and then was it ninety cases already where they've committed another rape or murder after they've been arrested it's infuriating but it's not exactly a bug. It seems to be in the design. It almost seems to be that this is intentional. Because it's happening consistently as part of a pattern across the country. Cheryl chummy is the online opinions editor for the washington times. She's the host. Podcast called the bold and blunt podcast. And she's the author of socialists. Don't sleep christians. Must rise or america will fall where she actually brings up an issue that james varney in washington times has a piece about these district attorneys in major cities who were funded by soros and the higher crime rates that has resulted of this supposedly criminal. Justice reform from these district attorney's cheryl. How did this issue rise to get your attention. Well i it's really I thank you very much for having me michael and especially to discuss this..

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"cheryl" Discussed on UX Podcast

UX Podcast

04:21 min | 4 months 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 Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Nope never again answers are literally like you guys are professional athletes. You go through so much. Torture and large like body aches. No but you look like you're just little am your head on your head in the sheets so dramatic see. Here's here's a little inside secret that i'm ben. I'm probably going to get in trouble for saying i don't watch mouth so about five or six years ago. Stylus on tour our stylist on tour Basically introduced us to spanks so basically there was no way for our mike. Pack with a quick change. Yeah it just got really hard so we so our stage underwear to a to a bank a spank and then we have our mike. Pack here. plus it's very slimming onstage. They conduct somewhere though it was like he also got like a bunch of fat but only yeah trust me like it definitely does help for a little bit of time there. So we're spanks and mary for banks. Kim kardashian gave me my very first banks ever well. She took me to dash remember dash their store rose. It did the stars manhole night of it. We went to the movies. Dash tried everything on a pair of banks i was like what are banks and is still hates. Thanks but i do love her skin. I love that one of everything i heard. Just she's just a lovely human being. She is yes. She knows her undergraduates man. She does see us. I feel like she would. Okay couple questions before i let you go one. I asked twitter every Everyone wants to know. Are you guys going to do a christmas album. Yes we are. Coming out to cheryl are doing a duet called ebony. Ebony and ivory call yet So obviously before coded happened we. That was our plan of attack. Was to at least put out a christmas single this year right because it is. It's still mind boggling. We've been a band for almost thirty years and we've never done a single never know why all the you've just never worked so yes so we we now are finally next year. Is the ex the her. Can you get together until christmas problem it. Well here's the here's the issue is christmas albums. Have to be turned in by the middle of august. Al never going to make radio and all that stuff so we've been still brainstorming around know doing ten songs five original or sorry five covers. Yeah that each of us is a is a feature on doing like three originals and special guest palin bristowe light yes and then like to two big co labs with whoever like caitlyn kaitlyn bristowe. Yeah totally i would lean more towards caitlyn gel That's just personal preference. That's fair to put me in that company..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:33 min | 5 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"There's always history right is always something we've all been through hundred percent and and you know it's like if you allow yourself to truly be your sheriff said your true self then because people admire you because people look up to you they do put you on a pedestal. Which look where human we make. Mistakes were not mistakes all frigging good but there are those that choose to use that pedestal for evil and there are those that choose to use it for good You know we. We did a photo shoot for rolling stone years ago with david lachapelle and i know that is an it was an literally. There was a conversation about this one. Shot that we've that that he wanted to get it. He sat with myself in kevin and we discussed how we wanted the shot to be portrayed which was kind of showing the the dynamic of fans that we have so we literally got like thirty or forty women to be naked. They had pasties on in little thing of every race shape and signs with no makeup. They're all this was before she was like but but literally it was such an iconic photo and it was such a great moment where literally it's like. This is who are fans are. It's it's it's every woman of every shape and size every race every color every sexual preference doesn't matter and it's like look obviously uncomfortable in my own skin now to the point where i can basically where cheryl's dresses openly and willingly without pasties without. Yeah i can't even. it's funny hurt. Her first dress the first time we did it. I could get it. All the way is the way you're talking about your pants. No no. I'm just one of many covers. Yeah so at the beginning of the season. I could fit. Cheryl's dress up to my shoulder. I could first of all. I've lost weight. So that's the reason. No but my. I've got a broad back and your broader than yours get outta your dresses started getting more and more of that really thin material on your arms that may that lights we're losing. Don't you get. So if i were to pull that up onto my shoulders i would of ripped through that shit like the home platform like this. I made input business on so in his sweaty. You know what would not underwear on underneath. I'll matter insufficient on the fish nets. Oh my gosh which are.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Things you can be present before getting really take over your world man like i had a whole meeting with our social media team that i've also hired as well now and they're like pinterest and then you've got a tiktok my youtube channel which i shot all of my videos before dancing with the stars so like we really at once a week every friday. But i'm like even that like an really. It's it could take over your addiction. And i do. Yes that like. You're constantly looking and looking and then as nighttime it's so even just your phone. I find myself like i'm lost without even in my hand. Sometimes which is yeah. You're like that's a problem. There's so many things. But i mean we're all good that you're doing something about it. It's not like you know we talk about body image. We talk about addiction. We talk about our phones and everything. We're actively all three of us doing something about it. You know what. I mean like as long as you're working on it you're aware of it. You are making it a priority to better yourself and cheryl. I'm so sorry that you have to go through that even still to this day because from i mean you start dancing at four and that's a focus of your whole life is when your body looks like and it's just it's not gonna snap your fingers and be like okay. I'm then and then i lose weight and they're like are you. You're too skinny. You're dying like literally like cheryl dying like so and so again. Like i have to do the work and which i'm continuing to do and i have to do the work to make sure that i'm not looking at the end if i do see it so be it. Don't focus on it. Just focus on the positive but it's so much easier said than done right of course but i mean just the fact that you work on it and i just wanna tell you from of your of the show and even just being in the balcony. I always admire your confidence. Like when i see you on the dance floor and just who you are as a person in how you carry yourself. I'm like a. I've just always adored. You told you came on but like shoes. She is one of the strongest met. She's one of the strongest women. I've met in my life honest to god overall..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"I still get messages today from people and how it's affected them and how it's changed their life and how it's made them want to come out of their shell. That's that's that's exactly why you do. This show is people know you. I mean so many people that. Listen to this podcast. Watch but for those. Who don't don't know what you're talking about. Talk about your rumba. And that whole experience because i thought that was just your performance. Both of you. The choreography everything was so incredible and it was actually probably one of my favorite dances of the whole season. Thanks yeah it was really really really great. So i want you didn't have enough rumba content that i know i. But you're but you're absolutely right caitlyn. We did that. Like look at the end of the day cheryl had two options. We could've gone contemporary or we could have gone rumba. We went rumba. And the problem. Is she would. She had explained to me as to it. Takes years learn how to put both the emotion and the rumba dance coach. Walks for two years before even giving me choreography. Just walk just walking. So i know in my heart and my gut as i as i know cheryl does we made the right decision calling rumba but but really making it a story and could name all the steps we put in there that where rumble. But i won't i saw them. All i saw by opening cucaracha as we had a fan had an almanac like we did. Maybe it wasn't like you know obvious but we have to make it lately. Thing emotion was so important especially when talking about the story as really hard to tell a story in a rumba when you're worried about the technique like there was a fine line right and so therefore i chose the emotion. 'cause i was like what it like. Either i felt that like it. And that's what i really liked about that dance was you. You both share the similar story of going through dingy in your both sober. You both the story in about your strengthen certain things in and everything down to the lighting in the caution. The choreography like everybody really felt that. And like you said you're still getting messages to this day. i'm cheryl. you are two of just how much that helped them. You're like i was a rumba and we did it. When those messages must make you just like totally brawl worth it and especially after doing the show for twenty seasons. I'm just like for me. This was the first time. I think i've ever really opened up As far as you know normally it's not really about us right. It's always better celebrity and the fact that the show even wanted to add like a couple of nights for me about my experience. That was a really special moment and You know i normally. I would just talk about celebrity. And i would make just about him but the fact that we shared this beautiful moment together is something that will take with me forever for sure. Absolutely yeah. I think that's been really important. That is set on your podcast that you use your platforms and talk about that in cheryl. I saw the other day talking about body on shivaji and body image. And i love to hear that from you as a dancer because my dogs are going to get this on. Love your dogs burgers right. Yeah they're going. Of course jason. Are you here time. Coming in and out okay. What you're talking about body image has to be especially as dancer growing up. I think i could relate to that. Just because i was always in front of mir. You're always around other girls. You're always comparing bodies you're always being told what your body should look like as a dancer and and aj for you. It's like you already going out there. Vulnerable as just yourself dancing. You know like when yes. you're performer..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:02 min | 5 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Aj to recruit me. 'cause if you request me than the chances of you dancing with me a pretty high right i mean i so i so i did request your because obviously there was. There was rumblings about me. Being with sharna. Because nick with and i actually shut that down. Because i didn't want to follow exactly in next footsteps to say not to say the sharna wouldn't have been a good partner. I don't know. I mean i just was like i kinda to do this on my own differently. I brit actually again. I didn't know who put with but i did. Put the requesting to be with cheryl. also i. i knew enough about gerald pass. That i was like. I really think her. And i are going to really work well together. Yes all was. I wrong road not so well together and you come up with this great podcast. Integrate friendship i know. Aj your kids. Call her aunty cheryl and it's just so sweet. But i'm i'm laughing about two. Thanks cheryl goes. I don't even know sidekick and then literally next sentence was a j you wanna finish my story. You complete my sentence. Please finish you. Were saying you know you knew enough. About cheryl's history cheryl. Did you know the history of backstreet boys. Thank god for google kidding. No i'm not really actually. Aj will be the first to say. Like i lived a sheltered life like my mother was like dancing school in school school days at school and so like That was it. And i can only watch one hour of tv a week when i was growing up and that was nine. Oh two one. Oh not like the backstreet boys or on tv. But i couldn't even listen to their music. I was all like was berry. Olympia i lived a life. Yes in libyan but i did end up watching their documentary. Thinking got all this research. I'm doing what if he's not my partner. What a what a waste. That was. But i i found them very fascinating including pins at all the boys i was like. Aj's definitely fascinating. Purser by far oprah interview. I saw everything when you had nearly any facial hair smell like. She smelled like she smoked. Like a really nice tree. Eat at we get like season two. Yeah she had a very shed very like earthy thrills an her mentioned Rich yes rich. Yes like the smell of like trees and money and wealth with vanilla. Gosh that's amazing. We'll be back with more off the vine with kaitlyn bristowe. Alright if you guys are anything like me. You're always looking for that next great show to get obsessed with so when.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Vine. I'm your host kaitlyn bristowe. You may know today's guests for a variety of reasons. I mean backstreet. Boys ring a bell for you. Had to ring a bell for cheryl this year and what about the first female pro to actually take home a mere ball yes. I'm talking about the couple who competed along with me. This season an absolutely killed it. It's agent cheryl burke. They host pretty messed up podcast. It's actually really great. Podcast that you need to listen to. If you're not already we get into all things dancing. With the stars their biggest challenges we talk about body images as a dancer and also as a male performer. Aj talks to us about spanks. And what's next for his music career fingers crossed for a christmas album. It's just an overall great conversation so please enjoy today's podcast. Oh my gosh okay. Well great start. I feel like this is so typical for me anyway. So i hope it is for you guys to because when i jumped on your podcast. It was like so professional here. We go in intro in with me. I'm like occupies reported audio to just in case i don't have going over here but we also have like thirty people on at one time. Just show guys. Do we have trouble troubleshooter. That's amazing i'm will. Thank you passing testing much. Yes testing weakened year. You can you hear us. Zero one. two testes one. To exactly best testicles Testicles testy testicles bake your source for being on the pot you buy started your own podcast which i was just on which is a very i loved you. Guys were very vulnerable and raw and real also. Funny in great and i really enjoyed being on it. It's called pretty messed up. How do this podcast come about what we love having you first of all and craziest story right. Aj so we all four dancing with the stars. because. Amy sugarman from iheart. Was like okay. We're gonna do our own podcasts. Like i was to podcasts..

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"cheryl" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on LadyGang

"Sometimes. Twice a day because of it. Because, you're staying for sale trail in your. See, that's the thing I. See that's why I can't do it. I can smell trail is either in the leggings on your underwear handle lagging. The underwear can change and it can change like I don't have like seventy five of the same leggings. With the leaking but we've already covered it but Kelty has addressed pussy. Gap Thank APSO. Happen adapt. China. China's. It's just nothing down there. driver. The only one that can wear no underwear because like there's No snail trail a dry bat cave. See my enter rub together and I'll be like what? Is going on is that my inner thigh sweating or is it my badge? Yes. Yes. No. Not a good luck badge three. Egging, as appropriate nobody knowing. How about like a seamless Thong from skin Kim's I mean I just love the product. To. No I'm buying everything but that's fine because whatever it's all good mind thing is that I've never worn Lebron's. In Heathrow series eight, nine were Abroa- Gem skims came into my life. A strapless I'm totally giving them free publicity right now but it's all good. Strategy to see what kind of broadening hiding. God it's so good. Everybody. Tell you Kim Kardashian. My very first pair of spanks. Gosh. used. I think so. I don't know but like when she did the show we hung out a lot. Then I danced with her brother and then like she basically opened up door physical door Nashoba Guys I club door desk stupid. Dash. Yes. Forget your. And she was like, yeah, you don't like what is that like why are you wearing like a full-on like body suits your bright and I'm like does not make you feel like you're suffocating she goes no, you're try it. So this was like she was really passionate about her undergarments and she knows how to do it I mean well, Everyone Cheryl has to get to rehearsal with our AJ. rha Our aged you can listen to the pretty messed up podcast Tuesday's on Iheart wherever you get your podcast. You can vote.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

09:11 min | 11 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I then was experienced enough enough as both a writer and a person where it is only me like obviously all my influences are always inside of me, but they weren't. They weren't in any way guideposts for me. In any kind of technical way the way they were in torch like I decided to trust my own light, and then with sugar. You know I stepped into it more. Because of course I had finished the first draft of wild, so everything I learned in wild was then brought into that those sugar columns. Your next book tiny beautiful things was published in twenty twelve, and contains advice on love and life from your dear Sugar Collins in Navarre Dallas adapt the book for the stage and played the part of dear sugar in these sold out twenty sixteen production at the Public Theater in New York City which I saw, which was just magnificent. Thank you. I loved it so much. The play was directed by Thomas Kale who co created and directed Hamilton. He's also been a guest on design matters and somebody who I absolutely adore. How involved were you in the production? Yeah, I was really involved so from the very beginning it was this thing that Tommy Kale and nearby and also Marshall Heyman and I cooked up together. We met a few times around a table for a few days in New York and first of all just talked about what it could be what it might look like. Know really went out the book and made it into a script, and we read it out loud to each other, and Hash that out, and talked it out, and then started. They started rehearsing, and it was such a cool process to be part of because. You know with adaptation in both cases with the movie and the play I early on decided. Okay, the book is mine. The book is what I made, and then now this is other artists essentially bringing their own. Lives and visions and thoughts to the work and making something new. It's so. I'm not the kind of like the fairy godmother of it. You know like the great grandmother of it or something, so I wish it well. And I weigh in when I think it matters, but also really just honor. That relationship I guess that that that these other artists get to have their own relationship to the work and make something new of it and so i. was there every step along the way, and but also just really bearing witness to that creation to, and it's now when weeks have get back to normal again. Normal in quotes, life it is a play that going and traveling in regional theaters, and so forth right? Yeah, so it's not. Not traveling what it's doing is each different theater companies across the nation, and in Canada as well. You are making a productions of it so you? It's not one cast that's going around from theater that that that each different theater licenses the play and makes that last year in two thousand nineteen, it was one of the top ten most produced plays in the nation, and we were looking at. You know it was looking strong for twenty twenty two and What happened is of course pandemic, and now we can't gather and so that's been really. kind of a Bummer, but I hope that when we can gather a gun, the tiny beautiful things will be seen on many stages. Yes, I understand you've been at a sort of crossroads now is different. Opportunities have come your way weighing the reasons to do it weighing the reasons not to do it, and you've stated it's not about the number of things on the list. It's about the weight of those things, and almost always you think that the things that mean and matter the most really come down to one question, and that question is what do you really want to do? And I wanted to see if you can help me understand how to know when something is the thing you really WanNa do. Gosh again with a harder. So. For me that deepest wanting, it's not that it's the easiest thing to do. It's it's the thing about which you feel like I can may I can create something that feels larger than me if I decide to do this. So if I if I write a book, and not only is it an deepen true expression? Of some deep untrue things I WANNA put into the world. If it's not only that, and then it becomes also something that is meaningful to others. That's a big thing to contribute to the world, and I think that for me. That sense of like rightness or a sense of like if this mission is fulfilled will extend beyond my small little life like I feel that as I feel that as sort of powerful call. One of the things that you are doing that I think is so so helpful right now is hosting a new podcast from the New York Times titled Sugar Calling. How would you describe it for our listeners so sugar? Colleen was conceived at a when we all really that first week or so and most of us in the United States were. Hauling up in our states were going on. You know shelter at home orders, and so forth and a lot of people online were saying Cheryl. We need advice. We need sugar to come back and at least two Tobin who's? The executive producer at the New York Times of in the audio department was like how upbringing sugar back and I said well, he no I. Don't feel like my job right now is to give people advice about how to face this moment because I think. So, many of the questions would be so kind of universal. You know instead how what we do it. Instead of giving advice that I go seek wisdom and I seek wisdom from. People you know the source of so much wisdom books as I said have been the place where I found myself and found wisdom and insight so how `Bout I talked to authors and specifically authors over the age of sixty. That that age group, not only being wise elders, but also the the the group that we've been hearing over, and over again are the most at risk of dying of this virus, and so I just decided to reach out to the literary elders who you know who have informed me. George. Who is my mentor at Syracuse University? PICO IR Amy Tan. Joy Harjo. Julia Louis reason we had. Judy blume really is just a pop-up podcast. I did eight episodes in the now I'm like okay I'm going to take a break and come back. Maybe but it really was amazing to me. How many listeners said thank you I needed that and I think it's just a Kalman forest to simply hear from people like yeah, you know what times have been hard before and I. Survived Times are hard now. We will survive this and I love that. That's what the feeling that people get when they listened to the podcast. What is it like for you to be the person asking the questions instead of answering them oh? It's so fun I. Mean It's ridiculous. It's like I'm like seriously. I was like. What do you mean I get to call Judy blume like Judy blume. The way I described like when I went to Harvard and thirty house like this. This is such a far off land I didn't even imagine it was real like that's. That's kind of odd judy. Blume is like okay wait. She's an actual person. Okay, because for so long. I mean that woman taught me. She taught me direction was she taught me everything? She taught me so much, Ito you? You are calling writers. All of whom are over sixty and You've declared that there's something that's built into our language wherein we associate old as an insult. Why. Why do you think that is? Because we are such an ages culture, it was really interesting when I was trying to come up with the descriptive language for this podcast. And even asking the I guess. Like? Going to be offended if I say OH, writers over sixty, because it's like Oh, is our am I in some ways putting them into a category that you know people don't WanNa. They don't want to be in that category and I. It was. It was just fascinating to me how? We do see if somebody calls me an old woman. Very. Often like that feels a little bit like an slight insult, doesn't it yeah? Yeah and I was at the same time that I was. Thinking about this like how to talk about the fact that I'm talking to elders. I was looking again at this. This book of poetry that my mother gave me a long time ago right before she died actually by the Japanese poets, Shintaro Sonic Iowa and I'm probably saying it wrong but that's that's how it said phonetically. And I was reading some of his poetry, and it's an English translation from the Japanese and there are times with the English refers to old man and old woman. And there's a translator's note and it says..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"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 island just didn't feel like me, and so I came up with my own last name. Cheryl strayed which so funny to me now so I've been Cheryl strayed longer than I was anything else now I'm fifty one people still say like Oh Cheryl strayed 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 Strayed nobody would say. We'll Cheryl Straits, 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 and it was just like. socialized I know it's and so what I hope to do is to try to. Yeah to get people to think differently about Cheryl straight. Is the realist name I ever had see you talked about your hike along the Pacific crest trail. You were twenty six when you embarked on this Solo. Three months eleven hundred 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? While, absolutely go if you have any whether it's the same Haikus fine 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 a walking along way for many days on day after day. It's it's It's a deeply deeply a challenging thing. You you you, you gain your sense of your own strength in your own ability to endure difficulty. Monotony. Pain. And of course what happens on the outside one foot in front of the other in front of the other also happens on the inside. You know turns out for me. You know the the way to heal. Anything. is to keep going. and to keep going with humility and face, and a sense of optimism, even when it looks and feels really hard and I just I love this idea of the body teaching us what what the soul and the spirit and the heart needs to know, and that's what happens on a long walk. That's exactly what happens on a long walk. I mean I can't say enough. What a what a powerfully humbling healing enact that was! As I was re reading the book and watching the movie again. I thought that it was very likely the last moment or almost the last moment that we weren't. Checking our email and texting on her cell phones and it seems unimaginable. To consider hiking eleven hundred miles in near solitude without a phone on the entire, well the phone off the entire time I. Mean it's just nine, even comprehensible. What would people say? Well, that's. Really. This was one thousand nine hundred five. then. I didn't realize until you know. I was sort of midway through wild that I realize. Oh, I'm actually writing a kind of historical. Memoir fry about a world that is no longer than that a world that has now passed that our experience of the Wilderness is now one where first of all we can just research everything online you know. Where does that trail begin and end whereas the water's? Right, and that was one of the things in a person and wild I did make comic. Unpreparedness or whatever, but the other piece of this i. i WanNa, say. Is that I prepared to the extent that I could that it. There wasn't an Internet. I went to the Minneapolis Public Library and said you know. What books do you have on the Pacific Crest trail? And they had one and it was the book. I already purchased Rei. It wasn't. It wasn't like things were available. You know you just had to go and see how it. It was yeah I was absolutely alone. I was the first eight days of my hike. I didn't even see another person. What I learned is that that would be you know a regular thing like that I would. Many many times go three or four or five days without another seen another person, there was no way to contact anyone except if I came upon a payphone. Or if I sent them a letter or I'm so grateful for that world. I mean I so grateful that I took my hype during that time. Because I think had I done that I would have spent a Lotta time. tweeting at people in towns, right connecting rape pitchers, the Fox I mean yeah, and getting feedback from people right and not just sitting in my solitude. I mean that's the thing about that. That kind of deep solitude is just like. It's just you. And there's nothing to do, but reckon with yourself. There's nothing to do, but have that conversation with yourself and your head. There's nothing to do, but allow those memories to emerge by the time I was finished with my hike. I honestly felt like I had thought about everything I remembered in my whole life, every relationship every person. What a therapeutic experience! Monster was the name of your backpack with at its heaviest weighed nearly seventy pounds. Even at even at its lightest, it was fifty pounds and making yourself suffer in a physical way kind of feels like the opposite of fun. and. I said that the active remembering your suffering can become pleasure afterwards and I wanted to know like how so how does that become pleasure? I'm such a believer. I called retrospective fun. Okay. This is the advice to I'd give someone wanting to take a long hike. Is You just have to or really any kind of journey? You just have to acknowledge that that very often the best things we do. Are Painful and complicated and difficult and exhausting, and require us to be out of our comfort zone, and to accept difficult things right if the Japanese we take or just like. Exactly how we imagine they'd be plan, they'd and and everything was Dylan blissful and there was no. There was no sort of of difficulty. We would be like. Yeah, that was that was fun, but you know there's there's nothing about it, right? There's no texture to it, yeah! No Grad. The grittier an experience is the more at teaches us. We never ever ever forget. The lessons learned the hard way. I began backpacking. Navas I became a backpacking expert I thought that I couldn't do that. And I did I over and over, and over again, said to myself I can't go on I can't. And I always did, and then that becomes part of who you are. It becomes part of the story. You tell yourself so then you know.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:09 min | 11 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"And revised. And I think that a lot of us have to do that. You know I think that a lot of people who are suffering and certainly people who've written to me a sugar. You know they have a problem. They right with the problem. They're like this is my question. This is my thing, but really the problem is. Is that deep deep river that's flowing beneath all the troubles. That that Subterranean Channel that that is your parents. That is those early stories you received. Your losses in your gains and your wounds in your sorrows that you have to. You have to heal them, and sometimes you know healing is an ugly thing. Sometimes healing is destruction. Sometimes helium is turning away sometimes. Healing is a kind of rage and anger. And I think that for me. It was just like I had to pass through. Everything so the the image that always comes to mind to me is one of total destruction. When I saw that I was going to lose everything after my mom died and I did my family also really fell apart and was lost when I understood that that was what was going to happen, and that I couldn't make it not happen. That's when I really turned to heroin. That's when I was like okay. If the House is going to burn down I'm GonNa, go the the piece of this that I in some ways. I can have control over is I'm going to actually burn the whole the whole. The whole land out like the whole homestead. The hard thing about that is of course. Some people stay there. They get lost there. There are walking through the ashes forever and luck and I'm so grateful that that wasn't my fate. You know that that I had to do that stuff. In order to realize that. That I wasn't the person my father raised me to be. My father didn't raise me. I was the person my mother raised me to be and the best thing I could do, and this is why. So much of that stuff was about love. Is I realized like I was trying to show the world? Listen? This amazing woman is gone and I am suffering I. wanted to you know with my own life. Demonstrate how how how gigantic that loss was. And what I realized is the only way I could do that. The absolute only way I could do that was to make good on my intentions to make good on my ambitions to be the woman. My mother raised me to be as I said in wild. To become. To become, and she didn't get to all the way, or as long as I hope she would, but but that I would have to just simply live my life and try to honor her with it. And what's so crazy? Cool and beautiful about that is I did. I mean people all over the world. Know my mom's name. Yeah, they do. It's interesting. You brought her to life through your words and you know. She brought utilize through her life. It's a really nice symmetry there. It's crazy. You know it's lost her. I was the same age when she died as she was when she was pregnant with me, so I lost her at the same age that I that I came into her life. I just. WanNa say don't want to end anyway. Glorify you know the destructive things we do because they are destructive and like I said people people get. Their their lives lost there right, and so no way am I saying well? You know you have to do this to get to there I. Wish I wish that I didn't have to go into the darkness, but you know I was always trying to move in the direction of love. And you know as you say I did write about her, and 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 like help me. I'm in pain, I. 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 everyone thought was me to. To this day to this day. Really now you know 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 and I'm suddenly not alone. My Grief Yeah. And I'm always shocked by that. You know every every mother's Day, or you know you know very often on mother's make post on instagram or something about mother laws, and 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 my mom, but I like that I'm doing it because I know that people need me they need. To hear the story of. That loss. So that they're less alone in it. And and and you know so in so many ways like 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 in terms of what it has given me in terms of my ambition or my creativity, or 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 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 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. Mylan as you said. And then I got married young I was Gerald and Island Lid. We we hyphenated are names and. Because we were trying to be radical feminist cool. which was a weird thing to do back then and. It's interesting I. My 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. Her too long names that don't even fit on. The card well, and then nobody and like nobody remembers both names. They'll decide to call you. And people will just be like okay, whatever I can't figure out your name you know, and so when I got divorced right before I went to hike on the Pacific Crest in nineteen, ninety-five I was getting divorced in like ninety, four, ninety, five I realized that yeah so. I had to set my life on a new course, which was really the old course, which was of course you know way back. You know when I was like hiding. Jane Eyre Tenth Grade or whatever the you know, 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..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:12 min | 11 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"That and I would say that extends beyond necessarily. The father I think you know if we didn't get that essential sense of self worth from both parents. We need to reckon with that in our lives, and so with my father. I had to heal many things, but but the most the biggest one you asked, what the most important one I think it was. That sense is that. that. I'm secure and safe in the world and that I'm strong enough to face. Anything really and to really step into. That knowledge not that you'll be like always brave or always do the right thing or always accept what's happening. In sort of graceful wet hair, courageous way, but that at my deepest deepest deepest place within me I believe in the power of my own. Resilience an ability to survive. And Persist I. think that's what the parents give us. If they love us well, and they love us right and if we don't get that, we have to find ourselves in the world. I think that as I was reading wild, and as I I watched the movie again to which was really wonderful. I also got the sense that the your journey was one of. Finding out if you could rely on yourself if you could take care of yourself. Pretty extreme. Yeah chesting yourself, but but I got the sense that that ability to do that was was also underneath everything else that you were doing. I think so too, and you know I. Think I. I! WanNa. Say to like I think. We all need to do that. you know obviously somebody like me. who had a father who was abusive and not not the father that any one wants and then and then a mother who died? I was really an orphan and I had to go and find those things as you say, and yet I think part of maybe the human journey. Is that like that? I even think of my own kids teenagers right now who are loved insecure and living in a very happy home and have wonderful lives and yet what I know about them. Is that that part of their journey is going to be finding their way? And finding their strength and finding their courage, and and also finding their path, and all of those things are made more difficult when we have difficult parents or dead parents or abusive parents, but they're all. It's part of what we have to do as humans, and and that's what I think so often. It wasn't until after I actually wrote wild that I understood what I had done on that hike. Off My own rite of passage. I'd said like you have to test yourself. To See who you are. and that's those rituals of rites of passage, or what what we've done as humans throughout all time across every culture and continent, and so on and so forth. We don't do that so much anymore and I think it's a loss. I think most of US would benefit from. Being asked to find out who we really are by being put in uncomfortable circumstances or challenging circumstances. When I was doing my research on your childhood and adolescence, they came across a couple of little facts. That really were wonderfully surprising. I know that when you were thirteen, you move to Aitkin County. It was very hourly lived in a house with your mom and your stepfather they built the house, and for many years the house didn't have electricity or running water didn't have indoor plumbing until after you went to college, but despite all of this Cheryl strayed, you were a high school, cheerleader and the homecoming. You. You're an overachiever from day one. I was. I was you were very popular in high school. I was not a cheerleader or homecoming queen, and really really looked up to the girls. That were so you up, Euler, we use somebody that was. Just the bell of the ball. So let me explain my stepfather who was a carpenter? He was seven years younger than my mom they. Need when I was like eleven and he. was working under the table. For this roofing contractor and it was the middle of the winter in Minnesota. There was ice on the roof. He slid off the roof and broke his back. And said we are always flat broke and he was injured, and out of work for more than a year, and my mom at the time was working as an administrative assistant for the like the the small town attorney in Chaska. Minnesota and he said I'll represent you pro bono. It's not fair. because. My stepfather was working under the table. His boss said Oh. No, I don't need to pay you anything. So by the end of the year they got a twelve thousand dollar check. That was the payment for a broken back. Back, in nineteen, eighty or so, and my mom said you know this is our only chance will ever. Have our own home that we own and let's not by homeless by land, so they went to northern Minnesota. Yeah, we moved to forty acres of land. We lived really in a tar paper shack, one room tar paper shack for the first six months and we built the house ourselves. And it was a lot of. Work and it was incredibly difficult and I was a teenager, and I wanted to be pretty and popular, and not associated with going to the bathroom in an outhouse. Or taking a bath in a pond, which is what I did. Or taking a bath in a bucket. which is what I did, so yeah, my my rebellion in my teen years was to seem to be. A version of myself that that that I wanted to project a sense of success and grace, and togetherness and I wanted to be popular, because to be popular is to be loved. I wanted people to love me..

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"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:50 min | 11 months ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"You could say that Cheryl strayed is very adaptable. Her Memoir Wild was adapted into a movie, starring Reese Witherspoon another book. Tiny beautiful things was adapted for the stage by Navarre Dallas and Thomas Kale Tiny beautiful things itself was adapted from an advice column. She once wrote called Dear. Sugar and that advice column has ultimately been adapted into a New York. Times podcast called sugar calling. To talk about it all. I'm joined by Cheryl strayed. Who was recording herself in her home in Portland Oregon? Cheryl strayed welcome to design matters. Hi Debbie I am so thrilled to be here I've I'm a fan of the PODCAST and I've been dying to talk to you for ages so glad I'm. I understand that you're socially isolating in Portland with your husband Bryan and your two teenagers, one of whom just had a sixteenth birthday. Yes, how are you all doing? First of all we're doing great and we're so lucky to have each other and to have our health, and to be secure and safe, and all of that and yet. And yet, and yet there are challenges it's it's the teenage years as you know are are meant to be times when the kids are social distancing from there. They like? They don't only be in the house with us all the time, and so I feel for them and everything. Fun On our horizon has been canceled, so we were having to think of new fun. Things and the teenagers have a different idea of fun than than the adults do. It turns out. I listened to a recent podcast where you said that. This pandemic has made it clear to you that the first thing you are a writer. was that ever really in doubt? No no, it was never in doubt inside myself, but what I meant by that is. One of the things that happened after wild became a bestseller is suddenly. I had so many opportunities that were not writing. They were writing adjacent. For example I, now have a really active career as a as a paid public speaker. I never I mean. I do unpaid public talks to, but what I mean is I. Never in my wildest dreams imagined that I would be. Traveling the world, giving talks and I and I am like I, actually have a whole career of that in addition to my writing, and that was born out of a combination of a wild success, and then also my. Much to my surprise I good at it and I enjoy it and so. It got really easy to say yes to talks, and yes, I'll go there and yes I'll do this. I say not a lot to it became this thing I could do to earn money and to to feel like I was doing interesting. Important work in the world that in some ways would be not a replacement for my writing, but sometimes a little easier. Easier it'd be like oops. I can't write today because I have to fly. You Know Dallas to give a talk or something, and that has been taken away now with this pandemic. All of my public engagements have been canceled and I know I'm not alone in that other writers who talks have that experience too, so it's like Oh. Okay back to my origins. Right, my way out of this. I understand that your huge planner as a my, and it's hard for you not to know what you're doing next month or July or August. How you managing your schedule? I'm I'm mostly asking this for my own sake. To really get a sense of how you're managing. It's really interesting, isn't it? I mean for me I realized. That planning has always made me feel safe, and it's always been for me. the vehicle of ambitions. What I mean by that is that setting intentions has always been really important for me in terms of like if I'm in a place whether it be emotionally or professionally or financially that that that is not a good place I think okay. My intention is to go there and I make a plan I. See it on the horizon, and I think about the steps I need to take to get there and so on the deepest level planning. Planning has been actually an incredibly healing act for me. It's also been just I get pleasure from knowing the logistics of everything. I'm a detail person I love maybe that sense of control. That I have when I look at my calendar. Go okay, we're going to do this in June and that in July in that in August and this time next year we'll be here. You know and I love. That gives me in a kind of. Pleasure even joke with my husband, our long-running argument, so let's see we've met. We met in nineteen ninety-five. So I guess it'll be twenty five years since we met this fall this. September. My running joke with him, you know we've been fighting for for decades about him. Not Putting things on the calendar, not Venus planner. And then every once in a while, he'll do it like he'll put something on the calendar and I'm like that is the sexiest thing you ever did for me. Yeah Yeah I told my love language. Yes, what about you? Well? I know that you're a list maker and you're not only listening, but you make sub list here lists, and I do the same things, and I am so. I. Don't know what the word would be. Attached to my calendar. I have a paper calendar I've had a paper calendar for decades and my dad used to send me the American Express Book Calendar, which I used to use, and then he passed away, so I needed another vehicle, and so I just have this little paper calendar. It's actually little, but it's two year calendar and I am attached to this thing it goes with me everywhere. When Roxanne and I were in Italy over the over last summer, I left it in the hotel, one of our hotel rooms and didn't realize it till we were hours away and I was inconsolable i. mean it was almost like we need to go home because of my calendar. She actually was able to get it for me. She she who is, she's the most amazing human on the planet. She actually was able to call the hotel. Get the planner from the room and have it sent me at our next hotel and he actually said it's because she's nice to the cleaning. People in the hotel. I think that's true. Which is why they sent it to us why they found it and send it to us, but I am also hotel that Debbie. Not? The hotels I used to go. It is. She opens doors well. I'm a big fan of Roxanne as well, but I have to tell you like I know you're speaking to a real kindred spirit here because. I know that feeling too I. Think you know that you felt untethered? An lost without it is it feels like a the thing that anchors me to my life, and and even though I know rationally like we don't have. Control of what's to come. It's some symbol I like yeah i. like kind of feeling like I can write. And I didn't even answer your question. So how am I dealing with it? The first thing I was kind of in denial like a lot of people. What I decided is the pandemic with last about eight weeks. At least its impact on my life would be you know that was the first thing like okay. Everything is canceled in March and April and may be may but June and July and August are totally on right. And then as the weeks passed, I realized Oh my Gosh, you know and I finally you know I had to do. The thing I have many times advised others to do. When they feel powerless is to surrender and to accept. That's about accepting. What's true accepting?.

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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year 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 Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"cheryl" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"Wow, Cheryl, that sounds interesting and delightful. How are you today. Good. How are you? Good. Good. Well, you know, the first question I always seem to ask people is how they get started in their businesses that they do. And of course we're talking about, you know, living, regret free and all of those kinds of things on today's call, but it seems like your family had something to do with you getting started in business. Did it. Yes. I mean, I came from a line of entrepreneurs that worked from themselves. My dad was done. Michael was a lawyer in that just kind of what you do. But my brother, it was my teacher. He never, he still is non verbals and adult and kind of pave the way. And I would say, I knew I wanted to be in that field somewhere. I just didn't quite know where when I was younger, we had therapists and different kinds running in and out of the house and restaurant workers. And so that part was a no brainer. It was going to be doing something with individuals with special needs. It just an OT had to apply for OT school. But you know, that just seemed to make the most sense at the time. So when you started practicing yoga, did you see easy part for the special child or that happened later? Well, yoga for the special child to actually came first, then the yoga kinda came with it. So my teacher Sonia Samara is big on you doing it for you, and then you can. You're better at adapting it for other people. And I, at the time, had a whole lot of health conditions, and it was on a lot of prescription medications and things like that. So you know, when you're ready to hear the teacher, they will appear and started kind of healing myself in that journey and then was able to help other people. So. It's been good though. You're you're, but you did occupational therapy? I. Yeah, yeah, I never really heard of yoga. I know it was either in a gym class or like you go to the gym and they happen to have a class or it was for those. You know, crazy hippies. I realize anything in between because you don't know what you don't know. And oddly enough, it was my account but said, hey, you need a tax write off, go take a class, and so I said, okay, well, I have to have so many continuing education credits for my degree, and I had found yoga for the special child's for a week co said, okay, great, that will cover all the hours that they need. For my license and lo and behold can years later, I'm still at it. So. It's amazing. You know, you go and do something for one reason. And then all of a sudden you're in a whole different direction. So complaining, I heard about yoga, you know, and you're right. A lot of people still. I think they still consider he within a certain lifestyle. In other words. Well, she must be a little artsy. She might be a little gift. See, you know? So yes, what you know is okay, religious, is that it does. It have a spiritual component to it. Tell us a little bit about yoga's self. Well, the way I learned. So put that caveat out there that yoga has eight different what they call limbs or eight different ways to practice. Ideally, you do them all, but they're separated out. So the the one that most people think of most is the physical part. So they think the pastures, they think this Guinea soccer moms and their Luhrmann at Obama. Joel thing that from them. But Jim and really, there's seven others that you can do in, you know, service above south, our karma yoga, and you know, meditation and singing and chanting, and the golden rule, you know, do unto others kind of thing..

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