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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Do you hear that someone left job. They hated and found a new position. That such a better fit. And you everyday excited to go to work because of the booze. That is such an incredible feeling before kobe. If i wore amuse sweatshirts sometimes people would come up to be on the street and be like views and let me use it and the cat is the best feeling because you came up with something in your brain and then your blood sweat and tears pushed it into the world and then total strangers. You don't have the arc of their life changed because of something you did. And it's why. I like also working really meaningful problems because your career is so court help so many of spend days i think in a in a more tactical sense you know something i love about. My job is how different every day is an how many different parts of the business i get to interact with. I love that. I can spend an hour in the morning digging into a comprehensive marketing strategy and then an hour in the afternoon hearing about some of the pros and cons of a product initiative or technical architecture decisions and then in the afternoon i can get on the phone with a customer and understand their pinpoints. You know an end be on the line with our account management team as we talk about like what parts of the muses product are working for them and how we can continue to work together. And i think it's just i feel like it's a business boot camp and it's just a you know it's an incredible chance to especially if you build a great team to learn from a global people and lead them pursuit of a big lofty goal. That's very motivating. I was wondering on the converse. What's the least favorite thing about your job right now. I think the stress can sometimes be a challenge. I take the music extremely personally. And i wanted to do well. And so when something goes wrong. Or we don't deliver in the way that we should or there's just a challenge in the business it can really affect my mood. And i think that is hard because correlation between how much you care about something and how much it can hurt you and so the beauty of caring so much about a company that you build is matched by you. Know it's its ability to to cause pain. And i think you should be careful not to let the business become you in your mind. You have to remember that those two things are separated and that can be hard awesome wit. So i've noticed for pickings. You've been really heavily feature as a career expert. It's probably because that's what your company's about even wrote a book on the topic called the rules of work right. when did you start feeling like occur. Expert i'm wondering like what does that feel like. Well it's funny. I always joke. That i didn't start the muse. Because i was an expert in careers. I started the muse because i needed that expertise and so people started asking me to give career advice very early far far before i felt like i was ready and i always used to say. I'm not the best person to ask. But go to the.

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

04:33 min | 10 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Founder entrepreneur is really weighing which pieces of feedback do you need to internalize and consider and change in response to and which pieces of feedback do you not. And you know. It's it's sometimes easier if somebody is really rude about their feedback but there's also a lot of really thoughtful smart kind people who tell you good ideas that are just not right for your business and you've got to develop that sort of iron core inside that gives you the confidence to say. Thank you for that. I've listened. I'm open to it. But i'm going to go in the direction that i believe is right. I'm kind of wondering what's your current day day. Like now in how. It's kind of like change the past nine years since you've had the muse my day to day today is wildly different from the early days. So at this point you know the news has guess about sixty seventy full time employees and we're working remotely because of covid. Although previous to the pandemic we had big office space in midtown where most of the team worked out of so today i got up in the morning. I had a couple of big projects. I needed to work through. On some kind of strategic imperatives the muse. I spent a couple of hours emailing. I had several meetings with one with my finance team about our board deck which is coming up on thursday. Then i might have a meeting about com strategy for a certain team about how someone on the team is doing. I'm constantly tongling between everything from team and hr issues. Investors in capital issues our customers revenue sales team etcetera the product which is a big area that i love spending time. You know the marketing and the content teams. I think one of the things. I love about being ceo. Is that you really. You have to spend the whole business. You have to understand all of the different pieces. You don't necessarily understand them as well as the people who are close to it. And i think the humility of knowing that many people on your team have a perspective. That might be different from yours. They have better or just different information. You have to sort of toggle the fact that you need to be on top of everything while also allowing for all of these different opinions and perspectives on data from all over the team and i love that and i think that in the very early days of the start of start up.

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

05:48 min | 10 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Back I think this is a question. A lot of potential founders hab basically like it was your first time fundraising for a start like a seed round. Was it hard to figure that out. Like what was that process like that out. It was incredibly hard and there wasn't a lot of content online like there is now about how to even pitch to investors. And so i mentioned before. I used to go to a lot of tech events after work i would try and meet other founders that i could ask them you know. Can you tell me how you raise your seed. Round what worked. What didn't work for you. I tried to learn as much as possible from other founders. So that i could make you. I can make new mistakes as opposed to existing like the same old mistakes that other people had made before. And i also learned by trial and error so the first couple pitches that i gave did not go well in fact i often now recommend a founders that they try and find some people to test out. Your early pitches on the you know. Don't pick the investor of your dreams to pitch to first or second. 'cause it's just probably not going to be that good and so you know i. I had to learn by trial and error. I also started to recognize different patterns. Such as i was very good very comfortable pitching the muse on stage so when i got invited to a startup showcase or a pitch competition. I often did well. And i was able to pick up potential investors and can build relationships there at the same time when i met somebody in a coffee shop i i was more likely to be treated like just a for lack of better words like a little girl and that was one of the hard things. Well i think honestly fundraising is just challenging. No matter who you are no matter. What your businesses. Some businesses have an easier time than others because they kind of hit on zeitgeist or they hit into a particular theme but generally fundraising is very difficult. And then on top of that. If you don't look like a classic tech ceo you know if you are a different gender a different race in different ability etc a lot of people even if they don't mean to they bring all sorts of unintentional biases into that conversation. And so even though you know there were a lot of ensure really kind you know. Goodhearted mid twenties men getting funded for their seed round a lot of people who met with me. We're like oh you seem to nice to six. You know you've seen so sweet. What are you sure you want to do this. It's hard and i'm very driven and very tough. But the way that tough and driven showed up in a twenty five twenty six year. Old woman didn't always look the same as tough and driven in the twenty five or twenty six year old man. And so you know. I got turned down one hundred forty eight times for our seed round before we ended up raising but a million dollars and that was fun. I dealt with self-doubt. I felt like i eight rejection for breakfast but again i believed so much in what i was building and also it helped in a weird way. It helped that some of the rejections were just patently ridiculous and that made stainless like the smart thoughtful investor really looked at the business and took me seriously and treated me with respect and then decided not to invest like that hurt because it made me feel like what am i am. I not good enough..

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Own ability to create a solution to figure it out that dovan and so it's definitely an unconventional path auburn recommend to found irs. It's there's still much lower in startups based but how you have to like. Just quit your job dive right away but i actually think it was really beneficial that i started working on this idea. I as a side project. And if i could go back and redo my career part of me thinks that i would have been better served working at a startup before i tried to start my own so that i would get some of that. Learning you know about building a technology company. The way when i was still getting a paycheck versus really like learning everything when i was supporting myself out of my savings. That's so funny. I felt so similar to you right now like you're beginning stages because i left my job at tinder in december after his side project for six months. Because i was like. I'm not getting that much on nights and weekends. So i've been working on my app fulltime for like almost like ten months now and just released last week and i was like i was just like oh live for year so we'll just see what happens but i got a lot of flack when i quit my job and i quit. My job layer than i wanted to because we were like. Are you crazy like you get things like that. Yeah for sure for sure and the thing is look. There's no perfect time right like if you wait long you feel like oh my gosh. I could have done it earlier if you go. If you quit too fast. You know you might run out of money. And i think like i got so much pushback when i quit my job and the thing is most people give advice or not advice. Most people react based on how they would react in your situation and a lot of people don't have the risk tolerance and that's okay but it means that just because someone else thinks that what you do is crazy doesn't necessarily mean it's crazy for you. It might just be crazy for them with their circumstance. They're set of hopes and dreams and fears. And i think that you do have to eventually take the plunge like i would never have been able to build this company if i hadn't been willing to let go of the safety of a paycheck and divan. But i do think it's a. It's a decision that there's pros and cons to both sides and i just always liked to represent the perspective that you know it's good to do what you did which is working i while you still have a paycheck if you can because also that that's where you learn. Do you really love the thing right. If you're willing to work on outside of work yeah okay so you worked on it fulltime and yeah when you something fulltime even on daisy fills stock. I noticed even. If i like. Well i have no idea do this but after a day or two feeling sock. You're like oh you kind of just figure it out because there's nothing else to do. I feel like if you have worked. You're like oh. I guess i'll just do work instead but you said that it was not a failure after that first year savings in you probably like discovered this and year. So what did you knew next. Would that immediately leads What happened well. The the short version is that the business itself was just starting to click. We were starting to see the number of users grow. We're starting to figure out a business model..

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Get to hear about in the classroom every episode. I talked to someone with an interesting life path and learn about how they got to where they are today. Hey everyone thank you for joining us for another episode of the new school podcasts. This is actually our last episode before the holiday season. And i'm so excited to say will be ending with a banger. Our guest today is katharine. Minhsiu whose founder and ceo of the muse. Which is the go-to destination for the next and workforce to research companies and careers his such a special amazing episode. Because catherine not only walks us through what. It's like to be an entrepreneur and found a company but also gives tons of career tips because that's where her company is all about and is episode. Catherine i shot a bell her frustrations with job platforms before founding the muse. The tough decisions. She had to make to leave her stable job and found her first company. P. y. p. Which later morphed into the muse and how to do day of a ceo changes as your company grows. I seriously loved catherine's on life and her insights. I can't wait for you to hear this interview. Well catherine first of all thank you so much for being on the show so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here. So if you had to describe your job to our audience what would you say it is. I am the founder and ceo of a company called the muse which i founded nine years ago to help job seekers find the best fit role and employers make hires and so as the ceo and founder. I guess i do a little bit of everything. Sometimes i joke that i'm the chief cat herder. What chief cabinet. Or he loved her of cats. Like i just feel like when you're starting a business you just do a tiny bit of everything all the time based on business needs. Why do you think the muses different from other job platforms out there. I started it. Because i was so frustrated with other job platforms. My own career was pretty winding. I had worked in global health management consulting briefly. Thought it might be a career foreign service officer with the us state department and i was frustrated by how hard it was to figure out what you actually want to do. And so i had been on indeed and monster dot com which was a big job search sites at that point in time and they just felt so transactional and so i built the muse to be the opposite of that. I wanted it to be all about helping you really understand the culture and values of a company before you joined helping you get context on.

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Don't normally get to hear about in the classroom every episode. I talked to someone with an interesting life path and learn about how they got to where they are today. Hey everyone welcome to another episode of the new school podcast. I'm your host christine. Hong today will be speaking with mass service soon. An expert in all things martial arts semester soon leg many others on the short had a different dream growing up before realizing what he really wants to do of his life before he became a martial arts master soon had tried his luck of a music career after getting signed for labels make a few albums he realized. The music industry wasn't right for him. He decided to go full time into martial arts. He opened his own school for martial arts in new york city then los angeles and the rest is history in his episode master soon. Shares of me. How he became interested in martial arts was like to switch from a music career to one in martial arts. What it was trading under grandmaster william cheung who introduced bruce leadership man back in the nineteen fifties and some of his celeb- clients that he currently trains at his los angeles school. I am really excited. Share his story with you. And i know you're gonna love it more. i saw. They used so much for being on the show. Excited have you. I was kind of wondering for audience. If you had to describe your job right now what would you say do it. I'm passionate about what i love by. Teach martial arts. And because i teach martial arts i have these avenues. You kind of do all different types of things get to train. Children adults all different types of people. Different walks of life who have different kind of expectations. Afraid of martial arts so like everyone wants to be. You know mike tyson or streetfighter but some people do some people just really want longevity and health. Some people want peace for they wanted to some type of exercise or something. So i pretty much customized training to the people that you know what they want because not everyone kind of wants the same thing and that also get to do different athletes get to do fight. Choreography for films is pretty all around. Pretty fulfilling job raga teach and train people and get to learn about obama. And it's a it's a give and take so. Yeah i don't know i teach martial arts and that's kind of the easy package but it's so much more than just the job. Oh yeah are you kidding me. See when i was a kid really really young. 'cause i had two major lows in in life i guess it was music and martial arts of always martial martial-arts since i was long enough to remember. I've always been interested in music. I've had a piano in my house. Since before i was born and my aunt was a musician and massad got me interested into music so i was always either into music..

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"This episode of the do school with christine hong is brought to you by anchor. It one of your passions is to make your own podcast is honestly the easiest and best way to make that dream a reality. First of all it's free also distribute the podcast for you on all major podcasting platforms including app on spotify with just one click on top of that. They have tula easily. Lets you record your podcast from your phone or computer. And they make it. Easy as pie to montage podcasts. On a personal note their customer service team has been amazing to us here at the new school to go ahead. Download the free anchor up. Good at anchor. Fm to get started. Flowers have always been a huge passion. I mean i would actually call it clinton obsession. I remember when i was about six or seven years old. My family was living in the countryside. In new hampshire. I would go out in the rain to pick lilacs with my mom and just i can still smell those just wet blossoms and the sensory experience of that and it really impacted me and i remember begging my mom to grow flowers instead of vegetables could reject grow rows and rows of flowers. This is the new school with your host christine Welcome to a new school where we talk about career paths..

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"60 seconds to pitch anything they want. Is there anything you like to pitch? I would just say visit your architect, The mission of the architect is to help the next generation of Architects succeed. It's all about Community. It's bringing the community together. And so everything stems out from the website. I'd also say well you might not be interested in architecture check out what we're doing. Anyway, it's a great precedent for other people in, Georgia. Professions a different careers I get people like I talked to I have a couple of friends who are studying for the CPA exam and we we compared notes like what's going on in the CPA exam versus the architect exam. So check out what we're doing. Thanks so much listening guys. I hope you enjoyed our chat with Michael. I really love his mission for educating Architects and helping them achieve their dream careers. And honestly, I just thought he was such a perfect guess for our pigs cast and what we're trying to do here at the new school. I'm just so impressed that he kept going despite failing the exams first time around and having it take for years when it should normally take six months and I think that kind of determination is super inspiring stick around to the end of the episode for a sneak peek of our next guest make sure to check out our website the new school podcast.com there you can find links to anything mentioned in the episode in our show notes and it's just amazing guess for the show. We also have a newsletter. You should definitely sign up for it's the ultimate weekly guy to turning your passions into a meaningful career get every episode as soon as he drops by subscribing to the new school where every game Your podcasts and if you have a minute, we love if you could rate and review us on Apple podcasts yesterday on all things in New School follow us on Instagram at the new school podcast and on Twitter at the new school pod. Next week are talking to the wonderful doctor seriousness. Gardot series is a therapist specializing and remote workers. In fact, she was doing online therapy way before the pandemic made a necessity 8:03 shares what it really takes to become a licensed clinical psychologist. And what qualities are needed to be a really empathetic and successful therapist. And I remember having this moment of like wait, hold on a second choice, you're telling me that I can make a living talking to people all day like I'm sold like that's my dream job. I'm really excited for you to come back next Monday to hear her insights. She's such a warm genuine person. Honestly. I kept thinking I was talking to Hilary Duff and during our entire interview and I had loads of fun recording this episode. Can't wait to share with you guys. All right guys. Have a great day. Try something new today. The new school of Christine Hong is produced by Jennie Snyder clear Wiley and Alexia. Marsala editing by Sydney. Sulk. John Simpson and Joseph Cho special thanks to our marketing team who help us spread our mission and put the new school name out there. Louis Ocarina, Che Marissa wolfsheimer and Giovanni Cortez..

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"This episode of the do school with Christine Hong, is brought to you by anchor it. One of your passions is to make your own podcast is honestly the easiest and best way to make that dream a reality. First of all, it's free also distribute the podcast for you on all major podcasting platforms including apple on spotify with just one click on top of that they have Tula easily Leche, you record your podcast from your phone. Or computer and they make it easy as pie to montage podcasts on a personal note, their customer service team has been amazing to us here at the new school to go ahead, download the free anchor up a good anchor FM.

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"It cool. Well, that is the end of our interview. Sorry went so long. I was wondering if n is your we usually give our guest sexy seconds to pitch anything. Like is there anything you'd like to pitch? I love that for me I think wage. I was just do like a life pitch. I think it's something that I've gotten a lot of clarity of recently and I think it's as you continue to grow older whether it's graduating college or you're going through college earlier like 30. Now a lot of times you're influenced by the outside noises. I think you have to ask yourself. Like what did I want to do when I was six, you know, and like what did I want to do or who did I want to become when I was sixteen you want to use your youth as your Prime Compass because I think at that time when you're younger was when there was more truth to what you wanted to do. There is no what if there's no buts. It was really nice. Like what fuels you what drove you what excited you and if you always use your youth as a private Compass it's going to really lead you to an eventually a dream job that aligns with your values and you're going to remember like this is what keeps me curious. This is what keeps me fulfilled and this is what gives me that Adrenaline Rush don't look to your other peers that are much older than you or that are doing this and that no one really cares about that just honor that six-year-old wage. You like what did I want to be when I was six and you know try to do something that still is in that field where that that real and that has always excited you since you're young amazing. Thank you so much. Caroline. Hey guys. I hope you enjoy a conversation with the magnetic Caroline show. There really was such a lot of wisdom. Especially life wisdom packs into this episode. I think the thing I've admired most about her faith is how she really got to know herself and use that knowledge to get the most Joy from life..

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Hey guys, it's Christine Hong and the new school is coming back for back-to-school season this Monday October 5th. My name, you know this but the new school star from my own struggles with figuring out my career growing up. I suggest for people with interesting careers on LinkedIn are through my career alarm Services by going to grab coffee and then ask them endless questions on how they got to where they are today and what their day-to-day their job was like one day I was cut off. Why is this not public information I should just be recording these conversations which is how the podcast originally started were continuing these podcast coffee chats this season with some amazing guests for you. We've got off Neil m'bala who grew up in rural Nigeria. It was able to start his own Aerospace company at age twenty-eight the first week. I was in California. I dusted up my suit and I went to the SpaceX building and try to walk in the security guard stopped me and said you couldn't go any further than that. I stood outside kept asking people and people who worked at SpaceX of like I I need alarms number. I need to cancel and I finally was able to get the vice president of propulsion to talk to me only after about two weeks of my stay in the US Carolyn shown who's one of the youngest housekeeping chores at the Four Seasons is had if you let people be the color and the room and you give these compelling characters the space to let their colors come to life and really understand what excites them but their personalities are. Why are they travel pass? What did the kids like all these little details you'll be able to create this experience and to stay that is going to completely blow them out of the water. And that is what excites me Arab and who is worked in stunts for Marvel's Avengers endgame Suicide Squad and Lucifer. A lot of the stuff Community is word-of-mouth. You are auditioning for this stuff coordination to say good things about you later. Where you cool onset. Did you do your job where you on time? Did you say you can do a backflip? And then you got off said for you. Could you do the backflip? Did you accidentally hit the actor? Did you go too far? Did you land where you're supposed to like all the stuff you get your one opportunity to go in there and they're going to like a blow up the whole room and then you're going to have a squib on your chest. And when that thing goes off you need to fall down don't mess it up because they're blowing up the entire roof and much more. We're releasing a new episode. Yep. Mondays don't hit that subscribe button to stay tuned..

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"My name, you know this but the new school star from my own struggles with figuring out my career growing up. I suggest for people with interesting careers on LinkedIn are through my career alarm Services by going to grab coffee and then ask them endless questions on how they got to where they are today and what their day-to-day their job was like one day I was cut off. Why is this not public information I should just be recording these conversations which is how the podcast originally started were continuing these podcast coffee chats this season with some amazing guests for you. We've got off Neil m'bala who grew up in rural Nigeria. It was able to start his own Aerospace company at age twenty-eight the first week. I was in California. I dusted up my suit and I went to the SpaceX building and try to walk in the security guard stopped me and said you couldn't go any further than that. I stood outside kept asking people and people who worked at SpaceX of like I need alarms number. I need to cancel and I finally was able to get the vice president of propulsion to talk to me only after about two weeks of my stay in the US Carolyn shown who's one of the youngest housekeeping chores at the Four Seasons is had if you let people be the color and the room and you give these compelling characters the space to let their colors come to life and really understand what excites them but their personalities are. Why are they travel pass? What did the kids like all these little details you'll be able to create this experience and to stay that is going to completely blow them out of the water. And that is what excites me Arab and who is worked in stunts for Marvel's Avengers endgame Suicide Squad and Lucifer. A lot of the stuff Community is word-of-mouth. You are auditioning for this stuff coordination to say good things about you later. Where you cool onset. Did you do your job where you on time? Did you say you can do a backflip? And then you got off said for you. Could you do the backflip? Did you accidentally hit the actor? Did you go too far? Did you land where you're supposed to like all the stuff you get your one opportunity to go in there and they're going to like a blow up the whole room and then you're going to have a squib on your chest. And when that thing goes off you need to fall down don't mess it up because they're blowing up the entire roof and much more. We're releasing a new episode. Yep. Mondays don't hit that subscribe button to stay tuned..

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"These packages to corporations. Because my goal is to help thousand people this year, and so if I work with larger businesses out, be able to roll it out to the employees, especially now like that people are working from home and getting these tools into more people's hands, because I can only like see a certain number one on one clients, but offer it as a corporate wellness package I can help a lot more people. Yeah, so is hypnotherapist here. Dream career? What yes? Oh, turns out it actually is. Going to school to get my incredible site. The association, of American hypnotherapist is only for doctors that use hypnotherapy, so that is like my next stop excellent. Yeah I feel what is the most difficult decision you had to Mexico Fill your destiny hooding my first business, like on the back burner, Kinda like stepping away from it and shifting my public identity, and so it was hard just starting over especially after you've had a career for a decade. Now like I was on podcast topping business funding the money person money coach. It's like now kind of like switching into. More received ing and Kinda going complete one eighty I. think the defining moment was. I suppose out good things. Come to those who hustle now. Good things come to those who ally. That's so funny. Yeah, going from your incher like hi. I'm Julia voted money catch. Now I'm a therapist. xactly. Yeah, that was the hardest part just like letting go of the identity that I built for so long. Do you think you've have a biggest mistake humane in your career? I would say in the beginning charging too little I was thinking I. Want to get into so many people's hand and like I. Just I didn't charge a lot because. After learning what pricing money really is to people I was doing them a disservice as well charging so low. I need to start charging more so they. Proved themselves there making the stuff in completely new direction to give them that energetic to give them ability to shift its hyper person to invest so much into their mindset. That's already a transformation for them makes sense. Yeah, I've noticed this. It's so weird to charge more to be taken more seriously exactly congress. Is there anything you did? That was the best thing for your career. I would say I gave a lot away for free is, either you charge what your work or just give the rest for free, but you know like the little trip wires or little stuff for this like just give away. Let them get this transformation. You're free stuff. At then they buy into it. They know that it will work for that. As that's been the best thing creating so much content around this business with the business funding, it was really on referrals and advertising. It's like you're LEMme. Sure. I would like somebody though it by now like. Did you know that your subconscious mind is responsible act like really teach people about themselves before they felt confident enough to tap into that. Yeah, it's like the freemen model and business basically exactly yeah. Cool for any aspiring hypnotherapist south there. People just want to try it out in. See what it is. You have any advice for them. Yeah, I would say to check out youtube like a lot of hypnotherapist. Start to create like content on Youtube so you can learn the differences between hypnosis and meditation on my channel I started to go into the detail, Abbott playlist about hypnosis how you can use it in your life outside of video about why I became a hypnotherapist, so they watched that if it resonates with them, I'm also going. Going to post a video about five signs to know that you'd make a great hypnotherapist because I wish I knew that when I first started like. If you're someone that is able to create processes like that is ideal skill. If you're a good listener, if you have great memory, but you can be hypnotized to improve your memory so and if you just feel like that, your purpose is to be someone to show people the way than battling for you, so those are the videos on your channel. What's your channel caught on Youtube? Is Juliet Great. Do you have favorite video on someone else's channel? There is Maria here. She has a training institute for notice. He's based in the UK, but she like. Classes here in the US as well. He has great videos are she's been doing it longer than i. have so that someone that I actually look up to. COOL SO AL links above. Youtube channels are show nuts, says end of our interview, so usually like to give our guests sixty seconds pitch anything you want. During the pitch today. Yeah I'd love to. If you guys could check out my brain trainings on. Ford Institute dot, com and so went. My brain trainings is thirty three days we focus on a particular outcome, and so this gives you the benefits of both NLP and hypnosis, so you'll be able to go under south notice, and it combines it with meditation, Neural Activation and subliminal audio's so you can actually sleep your way to a new you. How do you afford institute. F W. R.. D. Institute DOT COM. It used to be on the show I loved those great like kind of looking back on my journey here. Hey, guys hope you enjoyed our interview with Giulio Bodo I found her journey so so.

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"You kind of like have to be like I can do anything you have to be home about having these different options and applying and be optimistic awesome to stay on. And I'd have Clyde. Their applications were ideal, but they were excited, and they were focused, and the invention offended, and then I have applicants where they have really applications, but they would like turn in lay, or they would like. Forget something conventionally. They would off. As Oh I was like Oh, I can use hypnosis in my practice to help them. You know everyone feel like the optimistic. Applicants as douse the plan. And I was just GonNa. Stay there do the basic therapy program, but then I stayed for master. State for trainer straining. Wow, what does that mean you valet master in trading as a master practitioner, I'm able to perform something called a breakthrough session, so you spend a weekend with essentially, so it's almost like spiritual mental rehab and we Rohingya diving we go. To like your worst fears the shadow side of view, the negative stuff like bring that all up to surface. We make peace with it, and then we talk about realign your values across all areas of your life. Because a lot of times people say like. Oh, I'm the boss at work, but at home I fall back or do this like your identity across the areas of your life disjointed, and that's why you have stress. You don't have this overall clear identity of who you are in your life. Life, so we real- line all the areas of your life, so you feel and rebalance it, and then we talk about your real shoe goals for the next year two years five years your life. What do you really really want eventually? It's like you come in and you're like. Yeah, this is what I believe I want. This is at the end of it. You kind of like see like. That was not actually what I wanted. Okay, I get it now. That's very addictive 'cause I'm imagine you did it for yourself and you. If you career jobs so I've had that issue to someone like really. What's my identity Engineer. And I realized like I was like a certain person. Relationships within a certain person might family in that I was another person with my clients as like person that was doing marginally. No wonder you're tired got burnt out. You're like four different people are more not right is that is normal. We're taught to do that when naturally you should feel comfortable, just kneeing you in all areas of your life. Makes it so much easier. You're putting South I and being. Yourself and your naturally you so you're not always trying to be someone else. How do you Li- that with other people's expectations, but I'd say if you're younger or maybe female, not why? Right in the corporate world, saying they won't take you seriously unless you have a certain demeanor that you don't necessarily have your friends or your boyfriend. So how do you align that? It's more like a empowering exercise because it's like you are stepping into the role as because you may be trying hard because you subconsciously don't believe yourself. Younger is. Ask So. It's like highlighting to your strength. It's like actually you are pretty much sometimes the smartest person in the room. It's okay to be you know me it's like. If you have an idea, you should share it with the team. If you have a at home with your family, you share with them right? Why can't you share it with ut? Mount work. You know asking questions like that, so you're describing master, P, protection or any? There's next level trainer, so does that mean? Yes, so as a trainer I'm able to open up my own training institute. That's what forward institute is so next year will have. Have a location in Brooklyn so I'll be able to train hypnotherapist NLP practitioners and ESP also ricky wrapped in because I'm getting my master. Ricky also means you could actually train other people that actually makes so much sense. It's like I learned that ubt teacher. Yeah, as the Dow was even like even more our work, because it's like you really have to be a hundred percent. Invested into the law, the rules of mental laws essentially an into the lifestyle, so it's like I'm a completely different person essentially, and it's funny that I'm here New Jersey because this is like the perfect. Setting to see how different I am your family, 'cause they seem you grow up. They know you to eat certain way like my entire families looking at me like Oh, like I A, but now it's like this is me like accepted. How did you seem different to them? Now I used to have a temper like I used to have like a short fuse. Don't bother her leg. Don't eat her leftovers. Her leftovers. A So it's, it's just really funny. And then the energy like I'm more open, so I don't ask me for vice or check in with being for certain things, a more stable and ground in might clients they have you know especially with quarantine dealing with toxic family situations, so it's like everyone is you pushed out you create? Your subconscious minimum for certain behavior, and you create your subconscious minimum for like how much money you may how you allow people treat you once you creep subconscious minimum than people kind of fall in line with that. So you got your trainer and Masters Certificate for an LP and for hypnotherapy in Venice California. So would you do next? Because he also had this sales business people to raise money for their business. Is this the Ford Stop Solutions Yes? Yeah, so I actually got a online business manager for forward. It's like after. This work was like i. no longer really fell connection with these other business, but I knew like I have a lot of money invested in it and I was just kind of coming back to Earth I knew like the best solution would be just having someone to manage it. Not just like getting rid of the business had a team to salt. Lake I couldn't just all right everyone. I know that there is this. So I gotTA online manager for both businesses, and so that has been really helpful, and then before it started solutions I was trying to incorporate the mindset, but it was almost like trying to push it in there and I realize that the people that I would attracting. They either want one or the other for business, coaching or mindset. Let's like if they come to me for business funding I'm like so I. Want you to take a deep breath in so I decided to create the separate website for institute, and since I was going to start training, people just had as just separate instance, and I started incorporating myself into because before. It was almost like I, focused on the. The Industries I wasn't allowed personal brand gain involved in my other businesses. It wasn't me might face arm business really, but with Ford Institute. I talk about myself allot because I'm going to be hypnotized people so I. Want them to know like film. I am I. Know My values in why I'm doing this, so it resonates with them, and so they know who they're coming to see essentially as a practitioner. That's when I. To tweet a lot more as such postponed instagram more and really just start sharing. Everything I learned my mental before and after like where I was and where I am now, and it's you're here now. You can get here with me in. As little time as also. This wasn't something that took years of therapy something that I was able to do within under.

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Mind, so you happy and healthy. You're feeling bad about the people that are sick at your subconsciously sick to you know like no, no, no, we're not. We're five. We're here. We're just you know sympathizing, so you could still sympathize symphorien. Bet You move that emotional layer empathy and not tap into the new story emotionally. Around the worst hypochondriac like as soon as people were coughing. To I have it like might throw was grow? Your it's crazy. It's like that auto suggestion consistently has people like coming down with symptoms, even if they tests negative, right hopeless CBO fact exactly we'd so you had your first hypnotherapy experience. You said it was mind, `boy, how does it feel to you? He said it felt like being reaffirms the child Yes. So this was sniffing. HYPNOSIS was for money. Like there are other types of. So, this one was to remove the money blocks and I didn't realize why I had my relationship with many. Essentially, you have to go back from birth to age seven. Because that's when the subconscious programs most powerful, and so I went back to at least seven years old, and I remember sitting at the lunch table with my friends, and then they were saying something about some girl like she did it have like a nice lunch and the Nice like high seas she had like store bought used to something and I remember thinking as long as I have my name brand stuff I'll always have friends and people always likely. Interesting so after this experience, your mind was blown. Did you think I? WanNa look into this. Or what was your next? Yeah? I was like? Let's clear some more stuff, so she doesn't offer one on one sessions, but it led me to other. If not there S I didn't see anyone that was like my age or like the energy that map station being passed, you know. Oh, I stumbled onto a place to get certified, but it was. WAS IN LA Times. I was in Brooklyn and I was like I'm actually ready for a change, so if I do this for one year like I would love to just move to La one-year inches. Do this study and I went from beginning hypnosis to now I'm a trainer, so I train if there is now so I discovered this school I was doing business funding in the marketing agency and I'm right now going to be a hypnotherapist. Insecure at all our. Yes, yes, so I was so insecure I didn't tell anyone. Why was La and then also philosophy that I had on this old business account was just like work hard. Get it girl like very very late. Know Feminine, energy, and Maskill, energy, bike. Pull not like gender, but the energy wise so energetic I was always like. I. Worked for Redo it, do it. I would post stuff like you know. Good thing and I realize this is not. The way that things fell into place was that you might Brooklyn apartment? Because they sold the Brownstone and so I was in New Jersey I found a place in Venice each and it's funny. Because I started to do like really active manifestation, I started to really start doing exercises and one of the exercises I did was to imagine the end seem and create a mental loop at some big win NRP. You elaborate what an L. P. is! While? NLP is neural listrik programming and so. Each person has their own idea of word. Certain words mean things to people and so as a collective. Agreed on certain words meeting certain things, so if I said having to send you a contract look at it versus ham over the agreement, and you can take a look at silent. Send it over. The words create certain feelings and certain mental images in your mind as newer linguistic grammar I start to use certain phrases on words to help you access. Access different parts of your mind and see different thing and I. Ask you certain questions to elicit specific responses, and we all so can use imagery with our words to help get rid of cravings like if you're addicted to a certain craving, we can do swish pattern to remove back so for example with wish pattern if you just can't stop eating French fries. Ask You like what's that? Don't Mike. Okay, so through New Orleans mystic programing. You would go through a series of stops that would make your mind all of a sudden associate French. Fries with Allah's. Then you're like. French fries either introducing so it creates new connotations for existing words, thoughts images in your head exactly yeah, and then you use hypnosis to locked in Okay I. get how they pair really well together. Is that common by the way, no a lot of people. Are just like an practitioners, or they just do hypnosis and I noticed to. A lot of people don't feel comfortable doing hypnotherapy. They made you like they call it guided meditations. They don't take the debate. Need to and I feel I. It's a disservice. It's like you did this trading and you're free to share because of like how. Other people take it in, but there are people that really need this. You know you know I had it. They're pissed. You know so. Therapy offers you clarity essentially so you? Have the problem by hypnotherapy new can really essentially get rid of the problem in a short time period, and then still have your therapist to check in, and we calibrate you know it's not wonder other people say oh, so I could get rid of my therapist of like. No, you wouldn't get rid of your doctor like outside. have to go dock more now that I have a fitness train- it's holistic. You know you're not. Not just one dimensional person and I think we treat ourselves that way. That's where the problems are created so in Venice. You're trying to hypnotherapy program you. Considering the idea of getting is caught. You've become a master hypnotherapist yet. and it's funny, because even like I had this idea and I had this clear Pat I. Still Fighting because when I landed in La accumulate I'm GonNa have fun I. Don't need to do hypnotherapy. my identity was still as of business funding coaches. Owner, it was not like. What am I doing? I never really talked about mindset before. Like by giving people advice, you know and add business funding. I give people advice. I'm good at finding ways to really do things the right way and custom, but I still night justify myself as someone to do that. So the first day of class subconsciously I was self sabotaging but I overslept as I was. Just like I'm not GONNA go inside. Call to see if I could get a refund. It was actually the founder that picked up. And so like, she never picks up the phone, so it was like bap moment. She's like it's me I'm wanted founders. No just come is fine. I was like. It's fine, so he said something fishy. Adult P me as all of a sudden, the Uber like. I went each day and then I started to get relaxed housing. This is really cool and then doing the exercise, other classmates in doing it on my sow. And I started to see things differently, and I was just going to do the basic program. Just so I can help. The plan was to incorporate it into my business funding practice site can help clients and their mindset with business funding, because I noticed how mindset is important for everything raising for startups on even just like a fine to different loans and different..

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"For the first time, so in this episode I Juliet about what being hypnotized for the first time was like experience caused her to give up her cigarette sales business and become full-time hypnotherapist how she felt about that career change and expand to other people and what her day days like. When did you first hear about hypnotherapy? What was your first impression of it? So it's funny because arena fantasy novel where I introduced hypnotherapy to character in that activated like her power so hypnotherapy always like something magical to me. Was it something that I actually thought I would do? And so this is like twenty to thirteen. And then I had a break up. And I saw a ad for hypnotherapist. Instead heartbreak, and actually went to her, and it was amazing. Experience like that was like the easiest break-up I've ever had. eraser vice, not how that works, but. We can eat the energy between two, and the motion will break, so we cut courts. So flash forward to the end of twenty eighteen I just felt so. Lost like I was making money. And I hit my business goals, and I just was unhappy. I still felt duck, and I was excited for the next level, and by discovered a program and in the program. It's a mindset program. It was about manifestation, and so I would never into like manifestation and law attraction, but the way she presented, it was like the psychology behind this so with my degrees by 'cause I could get behind her explanation and so. Everyone had to do the hypnosis in the program and I was putting it off, and then I saw people like Oh my God I was like. Wow I'm from Brooklyn, so I don't know. About like it says let me do this thing I under hypnosis and. I healed my inner child. It was crazy I was. Yeah also. Is it raining in my room crying? You could do it for yourself like just off the Guy Wow. Yet yet self-hypnosis an issue. Did hypnosis within the program, so it was like we were primed and ready to make the shift. How does he discovered this program? What is it called Chi is. It's Mitch Academy by It was great because it introduced me to not just like Memphis, but he knows I was like this is what. Is Missing. From THESE MINDSET CURVE GRAB! It's interesting. That is not promoted as much eagles still kind of like our like all. Let's do meditation, but knows this is different because you're under a deeper trance and it's targeted suggestions. Baid leads to summarize what hypnosis is is imagine. What someone sent you when you were little kid like there's not onset you you're a little kid has always start with you even into adulthood. Is a belief that you have about something if it's road trips is about claims. If it's about cooking for yourself, it's about money. This belief was installed when you were little kit. Now with a hypnotherapist imagine go back in time to you as a little kit. For a year straight they tell you that you're amazing. You're smart. You can do anything that you wants to do for a whole year at the age of Seven. Someone told you that every day. Imagine how different your life would be. My God. Did that for my future kit, but also one. How did you discover that pamphlet was manifestation made I think she's running instagram out. We will link to in the show notes for our listeners to okay. I get the hesitation with the hypnotherapy. So when you're like okay, I'm going to try it. How did you perform on yourself? To? Intro is like you lay down in a quiet room, and it's almost similar to meditation at and the suggestions to bring you under your taken under with the guide, the guided imagery and guidance instructions, and then you do a deep ner, so there's something diener. Take person even warned to. US and then you do a convinced, because sometimes like I'm not at the ties, but. If you do the convincing you could check like. Yeah, okay so I'm hypnotized. And, then you create a metaphor or image so I, for example you're going into room, but the room actually represents your mind. and your unlocking doors within the room you're lucky doors with being your mind and self conscious mind thinks in pictures and feelings and sounds so you're saying this imagery will get the message directly to your subconscious mind so consciously you'll be like wow like why am I in the room, but Lee subconsciously so you want us to do XYZ cakes that imprint of information instructions. And puts it on the priority shell with things to do especially since we're all online. Exactly? Yeah, so it's like for example, twitter's agree stream of consciousness, and even like subliminal marketing, so you'll see something consistently for months. If you go. You've had a great relationship with manny gone on greet dates, and all of a sudden people are like guys just pay twenty dollars for dates. They don't want paper dates. They don't want to pay it relates to. Date and. Timeline and all of a sudden. You have a date and you're like. Oh! I, want for dates in the that's not my actual is just something. That I've been seeing consistently through thirty days. You'll Capri from doing that and you're like. Maybe I should start to talk after like. Try Not to you. See somebody videos like. All right savage. Thirty two my. makes. You realize you shouldn't be doing these repetition. It makes you realize that you should curate your social media as much as you can. Because media is the easiest way to speak to your conscious your subconscious mar because it thinks in pictures sounds feelings, so if you see a picture that make you feel a certain way, your subconscious law that in continuously log that. I do the opposite. Most I just don't check so. And I tried to like get diverse newsletters in trucks, diverse people over zoom but. I could create my own like narrow minded in Perth. It's funny I'm actually going to record a youtube video about how to brainwash yourself essentially, so what people can do and I posted a thread on twitter about how to not get controlled by the media, because all stuff is going to be coming answer now, so it's important for you to when you're looking at the news. You're watching trying to get these updates to remove empathy. You don't want to tap into what's going on emotionally. Than it feels like it's happening to you to.

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"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

The New School with Christine Hong

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"christine hong" Discussed on The New School with Christine Hong

"Who mainstream network to be willing to take just by chance that you were there. It's so difficult. When news breaks people expect it so quickly? Now that if you're there and you're an option prompted. Have you always been this lights graphics reaching out with that just easy radio? It's probably always been there right but like the lifestyle that I lived in Florida never needed that? I guess you would say so. It was very surprising to me to be able to pull that stuff off. You know in those handful years. I had traveled bottles. Dozens of countries just sorta on my own as a freelancer and was like really shocked. That I was able to start to pull it off but I wanted it really bad and that's usually a pretty good motivator whether you have the skills or not yeah so when you move you didn't know anyone and you just sir hit the ground running looking for stories. Biscuit US Nairobi. Kenya as my base hand had rented a room from fellow American. Who lived there? Who essentially I would say like took me in from the streets of our hilarious to think about but I had moved into a Kenyan boys youth hostel because he will target eight dollars a night and provided free breakfast like the hood of Nairobi and was working with a local Kenyon College student who is working in journalism and I kind of offered up to my said. Hey I'm coming to Kenya. We work together. You help me. You know is a term for an in our world. We call fixer somebody. Who's like a local knowledge local? He drives to you. You can translate for you. He knows people know sources nice sort of commandeered him ham coming. I've got access to these networks. We work together. I could tell stories. I can help make you money. We can help movie stories law together and we worked together there for a couple of months then eventually ended up. Being an American Jew was buying cars from Dubai and importing them through Bossa on the coast and selling them in south Sudan got a free ride into Sao sedan when he came to drop me off back in Kenya and he's like radio listeners. Like no no come live with me. Look we're great friends to this day? That was sort of the start of that. It's like a wild wild ride. Wow okay ended up and so just as yeah exactly so many stories so many untold stories. Some of the best reporting. I think I've done. I really love it out there. I still back. I love that area of the world is so much to me. Had you even gone before you said you chose it because it seemed like there is a lot going on their story? What I hadn't yeah had been there before I had done tons of research and I had met people who lived. Today I landed was the first time I had ever been in the area. I mean I looked at it strategically of like I could stay Miami and try and travel to these parts of the world. The logistically no savings student loans. You really like struggling financially. Didn't make sense to Miami. Trying poverty story had to strategically put myself for Ford -able relatively close interesting and to sort of Nairobi. Popped up on the math for me. How long did you live? There is a freelance journalist. So I was there for seven months in Nairobi and I continued. My freelance work. After that side moved from Nairobi to Mexico I had done some boarder trips previously and at the time that was starting to pop off again the sort of like NOCCO war that plays a game of whack a mole so I went back to Mexico. There for few months went to Cuba for a month. I started trying my hand the Latin American World. I was born and raised Miami. Keeping Puerto Rican. I've always been interested in that world and being a part of that coverage which is what I do more or less now and then from there. I believe I was in Mexico. I had just gotten back to the US and found out about an opportunity to embed with US troops in Afghanistan. And that was my first time heading back out to that. Central Asia region. Minute was with a newspaper called Stars and Stripes newspaper. How do you decide where to go next? Line as you leave Nairobi. After seven months I thought it would would go back in fact still had an apartment there motorcycle that I left there. I was very sure I was going to go back but in my mind. I was sort of globe-trotting freelance journalist can't hold me down. I'm making moves ended up a Latin America. Really enjoy that for a little bit. But I wouldn't mind. I sort of lived in. Kenya would always end up going back. And then when I got wrapped up in the Afghanistan Gig. That was thirteen months. That was over a year that I was there. It sort of changed my mind a little bit. You know but it was a really intense year for me. And that's when I started looking towards. What sort of reporting can I do stateside? That will allow me to work internationally but still grab a little bit more stability allies back in the US. And that's when the opportunity. Cbs News actually came up. Okay so that comes to be so I had just done thirteen months embedded with troops in Afghanistan. I had talked to some executives at. Cbs News Cryer to freelance work. In sort of throughout the had always had interest in having me sort of joined the network but we never found the right place yet man. There was an executive. There was always in constant touch with sending him stories so after my year in Afghanistan and I knew that I didn't want to resign that contract I reached out to them and I basically told them had this new set of skills that have been able to form abroad. Which is being this one man van who can shoot who arrived at it from radio to television to produce these long-form pieces. No is there a place for me at the network and the networks are really attempting to adapt to these new types of mediums. That like that. The the new demographic that they're always going for for using mobile and quick videos to podcasts. Nellie staying do these things and there was an appetite for it at CBS time. So they traded and I think those are like two or three years prior to me. This job is called digital journalists. Just like very all encompassing everything's digital. Everything's journalism I call Swiss army knife so the network that anywhere across the globe whether it's in New York City whereas looking at a time or pt in Brussels or in Asia anywhere. It happens that we could be the first ones that we could be so quick. We have these digital tools on hand getting back quickly enough that we would be valuable to the network and so they hired me and I was based out of New York. Did that for three years. But we would sit in his newsrooms and watch these news. Blurbs come across the street snipe it was something that was big enough and we can get to it. Quick enough it will launch out the door and within less than a few hours. You could find yourself anywhere across the globe today would just Stanley play. There's a yeah I mean that's nothing new journals and that's the way it goes but I think that the amount of time that it happens because there's so many flights now and technology is so much more streamlined constantly constantly road. Actually I had done the math just recently because of the year ended but I think I spent hundred seventy something days in the roadmaster. I like He lay by like is under side. Don't think you would be able to last like that if he didn't really love it. You know it's an industry that we people out very quickly because it is such a fast pace just like very traumatic way of living every day. Something New and craziness that you're seeing and things that you're experiencing with different people gotta love it how long you can do. It is another question. It's like you know definitely takes its toll on you but for now. It can't be exactly picture what else I would do. Which may be a problem. I don't know but so I definitely love it. How does it feel to have a company paying for you to fly out now having to fly yourself and get the data and pitch them? It's a very nice. It was one of the reasons that I actually wanted to eventually make poetry. I was doing a lot of good work but it was without a doubt limited in resources in funds. Quite frankly safety often times because of the amount of money I was able to put into place I mean we were sharing progress sometimes with other freelancers. We just didn't have the resources as I always knew that I really wanted to have the resources to the audience. Which is we're talking millions versus publishing on Youtube and twitter in states that have to eventually get to the network so it was a great feeling knowing that you have this entire organization that was going to back. You Back Your Story Sack Your Passion. Segovia just convincing the others at the store you want to cover should be covered. That's the daily struggles journalists. I was going to ask about that. You flee yourself to Nairobi South Sudan. Afghanistan did usual safety entire time for all your stories. Well Safety is relative It's true because there are some people across the globe. Who will look at? What's going on the United States and say well? Do you feel safe where you're at you know when you look at some of the alarming numbers of gun violence and crimes this year so. I usually answer that question with that safety relative because you can go to. These areas of the world absolutely. I'm not trying to downplay the violence. Where the Traumat- that these people experience? That's why we're there to highlight and to shine light on those issues but to say that because I lived in Kabul Afghanistan was constantly endangered. That would be accurate. These are cities. I can talk specific cities but let's use Kabul for example because a lot of people have this alarming reaction so you lived in Afghanistan for so long and we rented a compound in a relatively wealthy area of Afghanistan. There was a lot of diplomats and foreign NGOs that live there as well. It was a high walled compound with security. You could walk to the market ten or fifteen minute walk. I definitely blended end a little more than some others might in the area address in local out the shower. You know so I could get by a little more for the most part. You can wander a little bit and as long as you were smart and you knew what was going on. At the time you could check the news of the day. Make sure you know there was no retaliation expected. You can live a relatively again. Relatively normal it would come in waves. There was times when we knew that there was mass bombings happening throughout the city. And we need to stay inside so sometime stateside for like a week or so. And that was out of precaution. So of course. There's waves like the idea that like you're under this constant bombardment. It's not accurate because we're talking about a country with millions of people who go about their daily lives and for the most part can hopefully at least forget the Going on inside the obviously that could be very useful so now. Cps You are a digital journalists clash producer. What does that mean exactly? It's a way of saying what we need. We'll get that done for you. I've always worked in the realm of creating new titles for myself because what I've done have necessarily fit any sort of like traditional silo positions. They had established already so digital girls. While I didn't create position. Cbs News was like relatively new at. Been trying to mold into what I do so what that means for me is like what's your story happens so I've been doing a lot of border stores like a new policy in effect. That's affecting the border. But you get there first and you start interviewing people getting all these things on tape saying that back. Then they'll send in. Let's say this is a big story? We need to anchor. Okay now. He turns producer about interesting therapy for the anchor to come interview and then owner is breaking news happening okay back to journalists mode. We're GONNA go to where it's happening. We're GONNA film it. We're GONNA get live on television. So all the technical aspects to the actual interviewing to the writing all encompassing term of digital journals and the idea is just to basically be whatever the network news or whatever information. He's telling what's next for you. What do you want to be doing that do know? Yeah it's always like a really interesting question for me because I enjoy where I'm at right now in terms of the company and having the resources to tell the stories that I want to television world. It's sort of strange experience being at whether networks because the networks are nationwide and in terms of media United States some of the largest media companies in the world some happy with where a matter of gaining audience. It's probably the biggest audience. I'll be able to garner what I'd like to do. More of continue working within the realm of International Latin America Caribbean and sort of build a resume revolving around that but. I don't know that there's like another job title that I'm trying after you know it's so broad I'm produced. What do you do? You like eastern produce youtube videos you can produce like award winning documentaries select titles fine. That's great gets the job on what I'd like to do within. It is definitely continue. What might be called deep stories that I'm very passionate about. Is there a person out? There has trained career. I don't know that there's one person that hides the job title. I want people who are doing the stories I want but the weird thing about that is like once it's been done it's been done. You know you WANNA BE. This guy.

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