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Fresh update on "cindy" discussed on Sports Talk with Ron Cameron

Sports Talk with Ron Cameron

00:39 min | 24 min ago

Fresh update on "cindy" discussed on Sports Talk with Ron Cameron

"S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Flip, live. Live right to your left. If if I do, I'm better than you. If you don't know, you tell something's coming down road is coming down the road. We call ourselves last patrol. I still last week. Um bring I'll throw this whole come drink. So here we are. We're back here on veterans Radio today and continuing with the theme of post traumatic stress. Our guest is Cindy Ross and Cindy is a writer of a great book that I was recommended to me by my sister in law. It's called walking towards Peace and it is involved with veterans is it's It's another alternative treatment for post traumatic stress. You know, on veterans radio. We've talked about horse therapy and we've talked about role playing, and we've talked about immersion and so on and so forth, And I think this particular one is more healthy than some of the other ones. We've talked to our guests about. So Cindy had a formal education at Indiana University. That's in Pennsylvania folks, and she's also gone to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Philadelphia. Fine Arches, the long distance hiker writer author educator who she's thru hiked new word that I didn't know through Hike the entire 2100 Mile Appalachian Trail, the 2600 Mile Pacific Crest Trail. And as a single woman says, and later married with Kansas. 31 3100, Mile Continental Divide trail, making her a triple crown. Er, so I was Cindy welcome The veterans Radio. Thanks, Dale for having me. Uh, that's that's kind of Oh, hey, that's a lot of walking. Not if you take it day by day, there is a saying anywhere is walking distance if you have the time, Okay, right. Yes, if you have the time, so what the book is entitled walking towards peace, And it's the idea of helping veterans come to terms with their their. I almost said afterlife. It is an afterlife after their military Career is done. How do they make this transition? And how did you come up with the idea that this would help them out? Well, actually, I didn't come up with the idea. My very good friend Earl Shaffer, The first veteran it's profiled in the book is really the father of long distance hiking. And he was walking off World War two and he was the first person to ever hiked. The whole Appalachian Trail, which is are the longest continuously marked footpath in the world goes from Georgia to Maine. So they had. They had just built the trail and said it was impossible to hike the whole thing without stopping. And Earl was supposed to do the trail with his best friend who died, Um in World War two, so he came home. And feeling really bad about everything decided to do this in his friend's honor. And and so, um, he helped me become a writer. Actually, he was writing his first book walking towards Spring, and My first book called a Woman's Journey on the Appalachian Trail. Uh, almost 40 years ago, so he started the theme of walking off War and I guess Eco therapy started about 10 years ago when people started looking at alternatives you know, years ago. I'm 65. I remember many, many decades when, when, um, different schools and camps started bringing like juvenile delinquent kids are kids that were in trouble out into the woods. I mean, they, they, they, they they coined at hoods in the woods, but you know, and I I I think a lot of the big cities brought him out there and they had tremendous success with these kids who could focus. We're making bad choices needed to get out of the city. And they were probably the first to really, you know, use nature as eco therapy. But there's been tons of research in the last 10 years about what happens to your brain. Not just your body as far as health and fitness goes because We've known about that a long time. You know how important exercises but as far as how recording in progress How it changes. Your brain is kind of new and that's what's really helping these veterans. Yeah, I was I was interested in and the the Earl Shaffer story because of, you know, we don't know that much about How these, You know these men and women came back from World War two because our parents never talked about it and I'll you know Dad was in the Coast Guard and so forth, but he never talked about how he How he was able to make the transition if he ever was a really able to make that transition because I was at a conference, one time with a bunch of military writers, military writer society And we were talking about Uwajima. And, uh, I said, Oh, my dad was on a majima and then somebody else. Oh, my dad was on him. Majima and oh, you know, like 10 of us are dads had somehow gone through in Majima, either in the Marines are in the Navy and so forth. And we started talking about their behaviors. And we found so many similarities. You know, the first of all, they didn't talk about it. Uh, Second of all, they might have, uh, Drank a little bit too much. Um, you know, we're quiet. About a lot of things and never really were able to open up. And in reading your your book, the walking toward peace. I see that so many of your, uh Sample people I guess against people who contributed to the story have had similar experiences. Before they started doing the walking. They went through all of those some of the traditional steps of trying to deal with trauma. And could you address out a little bit because that was something that really jumped out at me? Well, if if a veteran is smart and and and cares about himself, he will get some help. And so Lot of these guys have already gone to the V A for help. And they get a lot of help there. Um, you know, everything depends on which particular of a you go to and who's there and what they believe in and what kind of advanced techniques they use and Cognitive behavior therapy, and there's just all kinds of great psychological therapy. But they are in love with with prescribing meds and some of these guys that left in Georgia to hike the trail. We're on up to 12 different meds. Which no one's ever said they felt great on 12 different meds. They might not feel angry. They might not, um They might be able to sleep through the night. Uh, with their nightmares. They don't remember. One guy told me he had he had took a pill for his nightmares. He took a pill so he could sleep and then he had to take another pill so he could forget his nightmares. And it's like, Oh, my God, and that's just asleep Problem but about 11 of my vets in the book, said After 800 Miles, he was able to wean himself all the off all this mess. Some of these guys that are out there for 56 months, um They They're not going to get off and go back to the V. A to get new scripts. And so they just wean themselves off the drugs, But then find that being in the wilderness and walking and having that focus, um they don't need them And so a lot of them stay off of them, then. But they have to put themselves out there. They go through a pretty rough time when they go off their meds. Um, but They seem to be better without them, but but it's replaced with with the hiking and what happens to your mind from the exercise, too. I think one of the interesting things that that I drew from the from the book is the idea of Civilians. The regular population seems to have this preconceived ideas of what veterans are like. And you know from my generation, you know, we're all kind of these war crazed nut jobs that were out there doing all kinds of weird things and so forth, and even some of the more current ones, but The more current ones are not in the news that much because there aren't that many of them. Um you know, you're talking less than 1% of the population being in the military any longer, and these men and women are doing multiple deployments. And I don't know how they survived that. I just don't understand. And I have a, uh, a nephew who is an Army ranger, and he did three or four deployments and he was in for 20 years and His wife finally said, You've got to get out of here. You can't do this anymore. And, um well, let's talk about somebody's carrying the camaraderie is one of the one of the main things that I picked up in reading. Uh, the book walking toward Peace by Cindy Ross is our guest right now. Is that the one thing that so many of these veterans misses that camaraderie?.

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"cindy" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

01:51 min | 4 d ago

"cindy" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Cindy has an amazing skin. Caroline called meaningful beauty and on june. The twenty of this year it is expanding and launching an age proof system so check it out. Many questions is hosted and written by me. Minnie driver supervising producer. Aaron kaufman producer. Morgan lavoix research assistant marisa brown original music. Sorry baby by minnie. Driver additional music by aaron kaufman executive produced by me drive special. Thanks to jim nicolay. Wilkerson pearson. Addison oh day. Lisa kasteler an oppenheim at w. kp daily pescador k. Driver and jason weinberg and for constantly solicited tech support henry driver when the brightest minds at the university of florida come together. Something extraordinary happens. Engineering empowers medicine. Data science drives agriculture. Geology fuel space exploration and artificial intelligence transforms learning and research. The ideas that go on to change the world. They're launching right from here. At the collision of big ideas and massive potential something momentous becomes possible at the university of florida ufl dot. Edu the time for defense organizations to harness the power of the cloud is now discover how you can leverage cloud solutions to advance your mission. At part three of gd it emerged. Twenty twenty one registered today at gd it dot com slash emerge..

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Campanology and the Art of Bell Ringing

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

02:33 min | Last week

Campanology and the Art of Bell Ringing

"My guest today is nikki. Carling who comes from ringing family. She has held various positions at tower districting. Guild level over the years has rung about. Eighty peels take part in local and national ringing competitions. But say's her focus in ringing has always been about having fun nikki's also therapist and we will discuss adviser ringers anxious about returning to ringing after the pandemic but i nikki. I just want to ask you. When did you start ringing. I was ten when i started. So i've been being for forty two years now. It was not something i wanted to do. It was insisted upon and much to my the minute. I took out a bell rope. I absolutely loved it. And i really didn't want to say yes. That's when i started at the age of ten in how long has bell ringing been in your family generation before me. My dad's gary mason and his older brother kings mason both us but that's where it started although i understand that i have a granddad who did ring a long time ago but it was way way before i was born on. You're bringing in the family because you do is ringing yet. She started again. She didn't want to do it. We tried to with it when she was what would shape it about ten as well. She was just to smoke and then he said i'm not doing it. I never wanted to and she came along to everything that we went to and made so many friends said well you might as well start now. Say she did. She is doing absolutely brilliantly. she's she's gonna leave me way behind before the pandemic obviously people aren't ringing at the moment but before the pandemic can you describe what you doing ringing wise ringing cindy service. Who knew that. Sunday mornings could be so useful without ringing in them. It's amazing what you can fit in isn't it. I say yes. Seventy seven going regularly to practice night and we were involved with the last district so busy doing that. The less to gold has a lot of initiatives on. They run saturday morning. What they call progressing ring us. So it's sort of playing bob. Plane hunt type workshops that they run monthly so we were doing some of those guild meetings all sorts of things like that so we were quite involved is e and i. We should talk about where you ring as well. You ring the cathedral to cathedral. Yeah that's where i started. And and i'm still then our i've never got very far. So yeah that's always been my tower and san four bands and reduce bands and skillful bands. And not cisco for bans and all sorts of things in that time.

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San Jose Shooting: Employee Kills Eight at Train Yard

1A

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

San Jose Shooting: Employee Kills Eight at Train Yard

"Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear of Valley Transit Authority Employees shot and killed eight of his coworkers today during a morning attack and a light rail yard in San Jose, California. DD bundle Moody from member station KQED reports The shooter died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. The shooting began at around 6:30 A.m. during a shift change when the overnight and daytime workers were both present. Deputies didn't exchange fire with the gunman and report he took his own life in front of them. Santa Clara County supervisors Cindy Chavez said the public transportation agency was considered an essential service during the pandemic. None were more essential than making sure people could get to their places of work on B J Never stopped. It didn't stop light rail didn't stop bus is it didn't stop helping move people from point A to point B.

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Here’s What You Need To Know About Screen Time for Toddlers

The Mom Room

01:22 min | Last month

Here’s What You Need To Know About Screen Time for Toddlers

"That looks at tv. It's not about like a having to see at one. Time announce something happened the rain. It's not that they look at daily long hours. So i think those researched by dmitry chris taxes and what he saw was that between each of which are still the critical years. If there's two or more hours per day every day than there are higher. Chances of attentional difficulties. Not adhd but attentional difficulties. But that's when it's very consistent and they don't look at the in between so going back to really looking at the studies you know if a parent especially now during the pandemic and you're like oh crap. I've been watching two hours a day. Like what's going to happen to my kid. It's a correlation. it's not a direct link and it's never too late to try to find ways to change it which will talk about but also what's happening in between if in between these two three hours a day you are sitting with your child. You guys are playing. You're chatting you're developing social skills. You're going outside. Then you're balancing things out but if it's seven hours a day of tv and you haven't tried to with your child and it's time for bed while i would say you know maybe reevaluate how you're using it and cutting it up a little bit or so. There are ways in these studies. Don't look at that but we have to be mindful of the

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'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

Z Morning Zoo

00:49 sec | Last month

'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

"Found out what we know about the friends. Rina special Here's got a trailer yesterday. That was kind of like the first real trailer for it Seems like we've been waiting 18 years. For this thing that happened. It's finally hitting HBO Max on the 27th of this month, so that's two weeks from yesterday. In addition to the main cast, the show is loaded with guest stars, including Justin Beaver Lady Gaga. BTS and other A listers that are stopping by for appear in the show include Reese Witherspoon, Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, Christina Pickles, She played up Monica and Ross is Mom and Dad. Cindy Crawford. James Corden Kit Harington, Mindy Kalen Walls to be a part of it, and so will Maggie Wheeler. Who is Maggie Wheeler, this lady? Yeah, Jess from the original of human friends fan, you know exactly who that is. And

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Putting Away and Putting Away Again

A Slob Comes Clean

01:45 min | Last month

Putting Away and Putting Away Again

"Thank you so much for coming on the podcast. Cindy well com. I'm glad he finally meet you. I'm so excited for you to be your. Have you been on any of the zoom calls that we've had as a group now i haven't been able to do. Those excited talks universe. Well yeah. I know it's so fun to like. Get to see real people and figure out. Oh these are the people i've known online for awhile. People exactly exactly so. Tell me about your unique life situation. I have six grown children. Wow seven grandchildren. Oh congratulations and so. I have an enormous six bedroom house. And it's just and it was really a lot easier to take care of when i had six little servants. Yeah i did have them all working because we have one simple rule. If you don't work you don't eat so We had like cooking lunch. You'd better hurry and get all your lunch for sun so you can sit at the table when i get ready and it was so much easier than when i moved out i was like oh i think it was made. It was the swap. It wasn't relieving him. It was more about get myself shoots so now. After thirty four years of marriage my divorce will be final this week so now i'm in i thirty five hundred square foot house all alone and i really suck maintaining it. Just not really

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Your Questions Answered

Therapy for Black Girls

02:24 min | Last month

Your Questions Answered

"This week. I have several community questions that you also admitted. And i'll be answering those in a minute but first i wanted to start by sharing my thoughts about a few things that i have been thinking about this week so i i want to remind you all that we are still in second place for the webby awards so i would love for you to take a minute right now. I know you have to sign up to vote. I hate those systems too. But we really want to win this award if we can also if you will go to therapy for black girls dot com slash a webby and vote for us to be the best health and wellness podcasts. I would have really appreciated. So nex cindy anna will often see like random tweets on the time line and go into a deep dive of omega fish. This so this week we both saw. But cindy sent this tweet to me a tweet by a twitter user tinker sick. Ti in k. e. r. s. e. c. that was basically titled. Oh my gosh my brain can break and so it was a an extended thread by this guy who it sounds like is an info security about basically how he had so much that he broke his brain so he was spending so much time on the computer in doing so much cognitive work that he started to have seizures and so he went to lots of doctors. You know nobody could really find out what was going on until finally he was able to make an appointment with a neuro psychologist. I believe it was and he was diagnosed with functional neurological disorder and so he basically in his words he says 'i depleted my brain of dopamine in glucose. So i did not even know this was a thing and neither did cindy and so we started thinking like oh my gosh so just one more thing ray for us to be anxious about like how is this possible so i started doing all this research around like. How do you even test. The levels of glucose in your brain which then led me to finding that spinal tap basically was the only way to test is at least from my preliminary research. I am by no means an expert in this area and so we were both just really fascinated by this thread because again. It wasn't something that we even was possible. But i also think it is just a reminder that we can really do damage to ourselves when we do not take a moment to

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Interview With Cindy McCain, Business Woman, Philanthropist

Skimm'd from The Couch

01:09 min | Last month

Interview With Cindy McCain, Business Woman, Philanthropist

"Hi everyone is carly my guest. Today is cindy mccain said businesswoman philanthropist and humanitarians her late husband john mccain was a us. Senator known for being a political maverick and highly respected across the aisle. Their life together put her at the center of american politics for decades and her new book called stronger. Details her journey in washington. Dc arizona and everywhere in between mrs mccain Such an honor to have you thank you for joining me. Welcome to skin from the couch. My pleasure i'm happy to be here. Well we're really excited so first of all you obviously and you and your family have lived in the public eye for a very long time. There's a lot we can google about you. But what is something we can't google about. Oh gosh some of you can't google about me. I love to binge programs on television. My favorite being the curse of the oakland is on the history channel. up like that. I love movies. I love things that entertain me. Make me laugh just everything. That's exciting things about teaching things about learning trying to keep away from reality tv but it's heart

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Massachusetts State Police Sign Pledge to Increase Women in Policing

Cindy Stumpo is Tough as Nails

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Massachusetts State Police Sign Pledge to Increase Women in Policing

"Czar Cohen reports. The Massachusetts state Police have joined the 30 by 30 Initiative, created at the New York University School of Law with the goal of making women 30% of police forces by the year 2030. State police Superintendent Colonel Christopher Mason says. Right now women make up only 5% of the mass state police force. A lot of things that make it difficult to recruit women into law enforcement are the traditional perception of what the job is about the pretty sophisticated job. That requires a lot of skills. A lot of those skills that are skill sets that that women have, He says. The recent turmoil and controversy surrounding police nationally have made recruiting difficult recruiting continues to be a challenge. Not only for the Massachusetts state police but nationally, Mason says the state police hope to learn the best strategies for recruiting and retaining women by working with the other members of the initiative. Art Cohen WBZ Boston's news radio in sports. The Berlin's fault of the

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Dozens killed after packed Taiwan train derails in tunnel

BBC World Service

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Dozens killed after packed Taiwan train derails in tunnel

"Let's Let's hear hear about about that that Top Top story story now, now, which which broke broke a a couple couple of of hours hours ago. ago. Big Big train train crash crash in Taiwan with several carriages that derailed in a tunnel in the east of the country. Many people are feared dead, according to officials from the fire department. Will only I heard from our cause wondering Taiwan, Cindy suit The train was carrying 350 people when it was traveling from Taipei to eastern Taiwan's tie Don't city and just north of Tidal city in a nearby County of Folly in it derailed in the tunnel, and several characters hit a wall in the tunnel. Now there there were were eight eight characters characters in in the the train. train. And And the the authorities authorities tell tell us us that that carriage carriage is is 5678 5678 are are so so badly badly damaged damaged that that the the rescuer rescuer rescue rescue workers workers cannot cannot get inside to to save the people. So far. The authorities say that The fire to fire department say that 26 people have been confirmed dead. But the Taiwan Railway Administration says the death toll is higher at 36 it, says 61 others injured. And 72. Others are trapped inside the train cars on and they given any more details as to the cause, how this actually how it derailed in the first place and how this crash occurred. Well, the authorities haven't mentioned the cause of the accident. They're still very busy trying to rescue the people trapped inside the train. But the local TV stations have said that this was a man made accident. They said there was a maintenance vehicle. Somehow fell onto the tracks inside the tunnel and hit the passing train. So you know, that's not surprising to a lot of people because in Taiwan to happen ah, lot of manmade accidents in recent years and including train accidents caused by drivers who were, you know, just not paying enough attention or speeding. And just, uh, you know, errors that went from the management down to the low ranking personnel.

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Fire destroys Los Angeles County LGBTQ pride lifeguard tower

KZSC Programming

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Fire destroys Los Angeles County LGBTQ pride lifeguard tower

"Some kind of distressing news out of Southern California. But with a rebo ending, Um, the LGBT Q Pride, Lifeguard Tower, Uh, down on Long beach was, uh Burnt to the ground. This'll reporting from Rachel Trend of CNN. City of Long Beach, California is working to rebuild a symbol of LGBTQ inclusion after it was destroyed in a fire that officials believe was an act of hate. This happened overnight on Tuesday, March 23rd. Long Beach Fire Department says the city's pride lifeguard tower was fully engulfed in flames early Tuesday morning. The tower had been a symbol of strong support for the diversity within the ranks of the Long Beach Fire Department and the community since it was painted During Pride Month in 2020 by the Marine safety division of the Long Beach Fire Department, who run the lifeguards. Jeremy Rocha, lifeguard who helped paint the tower told CNN affiliates, KCBS quote. I was pretty emotional with what happened. I just couldn't really fathom the fact that it had burned. Lifeguard tire was painted in the rainbow colors on Don't worry that in 70 so over the years go Well, the department says the cause of fires under investigation Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has little doubt this was an act of hate. And gosh, she is one of several city leaders that believe the fire was intentional. Councilwoman Cindy Allen wrote on Facebook quote. These towers are made from fiberglass and have no power or gay or gas capabilities. We haven't had a lifeguard station burned down since at least the 19

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Staten Island man charged with scrawling racist graffiti on two Black City Council posters

Morning Edition

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Staten Island man charged with scrawling racist graffiti on two Black City Council posters

"Island Man has been charged with seven counts of a hate crime after prosecutors say he used racist language to deface posters of two black candidates running for City Council W N. Y c. Cindy Rodriguez has more 64 year old raft to disco was accused of allegedly using a marker to write racial epithets on campaign posters and scroll language, endorsing violence against black people on a bus stop bench. Held in Richard's, A legal aide. Public defender is one of the candidates that had his posters defaced, He says to disco shouldn't necessarily be prosecuted, but he should be educated, instead locking him up. He's not going to stop racism is not gonna do anything in my just he imagines using us an example. So other people wouldn't do what he did to disco didn't return an email seeking comment.

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Sterling Ruby on His Boundary-Bending Work in Art and Fashion

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Sterling Ruby on His Boundary-Bending Work in Art and Fashion

"Everybody. Welcome to be. Oh s live today. I'm very excited to be talking to sterling rudy. An artist whose work. I've loved for a time known to the fashion world because he worked closely with raf simmons on a collection of clothing. And then was very instrumental in shaping the identity that routes that wrath created full calvin klein and a months ago sterling did something quite unprecedented in the realms of and fashion. He launched a couture collection at the same time. As the show's happening in paris. At the invitation of the sean persson to call who are a very fussy Administrative body for french fashion and dunked invite outside is in very easily. So i'm very curious as to how the schommer cindy call invited you to show on the kutu schedule sterling. Welcome to be. Oh a fly thanks tim. Thank you it evening. Good morning I don't really know We we received the invitation through a mutual acquaintance You know we. We did this very small project in the season before which was just the ready to wear women's ready-to-wear season it was. It was a project flag vail and it was just one thing. It was a denim flag that had been sound in the studio is this addition and we partnered with the aclu. Which we've done in the past. And i did this project which was a very Minimum all of minutes where model had this draped over him and stood up.

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Boston Tenants Protest Against Corporate Landlord Fineberg Management

Cindy Stumpo is Tough as Nails

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Boston Tenants Protest Against Corporate Landlord Fineberg Management

"In Boston this afternoon tenants and housing activists speaking out against a rental company, WBC's Mike Macklin was there and brings us this story. The protest of the I C a had little to do with art. The protesters, tenants of Boston landlord, Gerald Feinberg brought their complaints against him here because Feinberg is a wealthy patron of art and the icy A. Hey, I Institute of contemporary Art. You think we could get our names up on that wall years, Din Albright of the Association representing 140 of Feinberg's tenants, blasted Feinberg for high rents, deplorable conditions and tentative actions. It is illegal to evict people during this pandemic. But Feinberg management, one of Boston's largest corporate landlords, in business for over 40 years, acts like they never heard of the moratorium. The tenets vowed to stop paying rent. If there Demands are not met. Mike

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Man Found Dead in Charlestown Home in Boston

Cindy Stumpo is Tough as Nails

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Man Found Dead in Charlestown Home in Boston

"Morning shooting and Charles Town leaves one man dead. Police say the man was shot and killed inside a home just after three a.m. crime scene tape and a heavy police presence for seen on Mystic place. Ah, small, Dead End Road off Cook Street in Charlestown Boston AMs. Pronounce the victim dead on scene. There's no word yet on his identity.

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Building Funnels with Alexandria Cox

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

08:35 min | 3 months ago

Building Funnels with Alexandria Cox

"Alexandria show a little bit more about you and how you get started in this funnel thing. Hi thank you so much for having me. So i am a conversion copywriter and funnel builder and help lady entrepreneurs create launched the first digital money. I ended up getting into business almost on accidents in a way that i would advise most people not to. I felt like i was working at a nine seven manifestation business and i was doing all the things and i was learning everything trying to take. Diy courses and just do it myself and just be that. Self-made solo piano are and then over time. We got to this point. Where i was since i was doing it all and i was learning all that i just started accidentally attracting people who also need that help and then all of a sudden. I woke up one day and i was a funnel builder and creative operator. You know that is a story that is close to my heart. I am so familiar with that one. And i know exactly where you're coming from. I bet a lot of the listeners out. There are kind of in a similar boat for you guys out there to make sure that you stay tuned until the very end of today's episode for our in-flight special tip. I've got a juicy one for you today. Alexandra what is a funnel exactly. Tell us what that is. Because i know a lot of listeners out there are familiar with them but not everybody to explain to us what a funnel is so. There's really like two ways to look at a funnel and the broader scope of it is that it's your business. It's you starting at the beginning. You bring people in from not knowing you bringing them along the awareness journey and bringing them to the point where they become a customer and become an pretty excited about your business to keep buying and buying and buying but the real way that i look at a funnel and the way that a lot of online or funnel is that is that way to get the sale for specific aid. So whether it's an email sequence. That is saying i know you don't know about this. This product all the way to get you on a sales page and by or it's the landing pages that leads you from jumping on a landing page. Seeing the of the words that get them to relate to you understand that they need this product hitting that buy button buying. And that's that's what i bill. That's the main part of my business. I love that. I love the way that you describe that because so often i hear these kind of convoluted and you know what they think about as simplified explanations for funnels and and it's really you know it is. It's that process that you take them through to get them to buy. So i love the way you kinda describe that. What should he coach really have in mind before they begin to look for a funnel expert. They should really be looking at how well they know their own business. A funnel expert that is worth their salt will be able to help. Guide you to get there but a lot of people that get to me in. They realized they didn't know as much as they thought they knew. Or they felt like they kind of throw spaghetti at the wall and get there. And that's one of the things that when you do know that sometimes that's when you get to the final builder and it just makes your business explode versus still going through those waiting sets and so the best thing i can tell anyone before they get to a funnel. Builder is to really do a lot of market research and on a continuous basis. That we really getting to know your ideal human to the point where you can almost speak in their words Had an interesting conversation with a prospect the other day and she said i was in this webinar and i decided to buy click funnels. Now what the heck do i do with it. And i'm like wait a minute. You kind of put the cart before the horse there little bit. You don't buy the system before you know what you're going to do with it know what you're gonna do with it before you buy the system. Would you agree with that. I completely agree with it. But i am so guilty of doing it. Sometimes we will lose. Make such hype about a product that you're like. Oh my gosh. I know i can use this. I'll figure it out and you get so excited and you buy. And i've done it like i've done it multiple times in sometimes. It works out and sometimes it doesn't end just figuring it out is kind of the entrepreneurs if you will but sees how resourceful you'll be but for sure now that i'm like better and business and that i know i will one hundred percent tell someone like no no no. You're not ready for that. Get rid of that. Yeah i think they often don't even know When they do that kind of thing whether it's click funnels or one of these other like fang pools kind of thing objects. They don't always know what a funnel is or what A marketing system is or something like that so they buy it. It's the solution when what they don't understand us. It's actually just part of an overall concept. So are there alternatives to click funnels for building funnels. Are there other ways that you can do it. I mean click funnels. obviously that's a good one But are there other ways to do it too. There are other ways to do it. So you can stick with the funnel builder so before you can use lead pages which is a cheap way of doing it. Almost on the cheaper end of the scale and you can easily pages. So that's great and you can connect a whole bunch of pages together. If you are also going to do it. You could use grew funnels. New one and their marketing. The fact that they are free for lifetime right now you can use f apps or you can do or you can almost bootstrap it and use plug ins on wordpress and that is another great way to do it but again since the way in which you sell is also very much relationships based so if you have a great email lists that came in from either a summit or some other lead magnet you can also do a complete funnel via email in create those relationships without ever having to build a funnel builder. Yeah i so agree. I'm glad you made that point is. I'm always one of those you know. If you don't need to spend a ton of money on a system to get it to do the same thing may be that's not the best investment for you instead. Spend money on the expertise of having somebody help you build something that's gonna be aweso. So how does coaching know that. It's time to hire a funnel expert. They know when they're ready to offer something. That is validated. So i can you bring something. That's not validated. Absolutely because most vulnerable will also be able to help you create an amazing offer or bein tune offer. But if you wanna make the most out of your experience if you haven't offer that's validated to someone has purchased it in give you feedback and you know how to and you know how to roll with. No it will take off. Take those take those. Take those pieces in. Go to funnel builder and they'll be able to take to build out your funnel for it so to validate it. All you would need is to put it on a page or even marketed to your facebook group or to your email is say. Hey i'm building this thing. Are you interested in it. If if people bite then you know you have a viable product. That's when he say. Hey now i want someone else to build it because you wanna to save time. You don't want to spend hours tweaking in figuring out how to get the headliner coloring right have someone else. Who's gonna do it in a day so you can just get back out there making money. Yeah and a lot of times you know we. We don't know what we don't know on our own businesses were too close to it sometimes even if we're good at doing copy or something like that sometimes we're good at doing it for other people and we're not great at doing it narrow businesses so i think a lot of times hiring an expert to do some of those things can be hugely valuable whether you're skilled at it or not. So what it. What does the process look like. So if somebody comes to you and said hey alexandria to help with my funnels. What does that look like so for me. I feel like there is no such thing as a perfect package. I don't like giving someone a packet offer because what you need for. Your business is not what cindy needs for hers so when someone comes to me like hey. This is what i would like to do with my business. We sit down. We have a long top usually do. It's a two hour intensive where we deep dive into your ideal humid not just the ideal human for your business but the ideal human for this product. Because they're not always the same because you might be targeting someone at the beginning of their journey versus someone who's ready to solve a problem right. The

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Massachusetts Lawmakers OK Bill To Extend Mail-In, Early Voting

Cindy Stumpo is Tough as Nails

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Massachusetts Lawmakers OK Bill To Extend Mail-In, Early Voting

"Lawmakers have given final approval to a bill extending mail in and early voting options through the end of June. It's now on Governor Baker's desk, waiting his approval. The vote by mail provisioned was set to expire at the end of this month. Secretary of State Bill Galvin has proposed making it permanent. Some Republican lawmakers have raised concerns about extending the voting options

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Districts' plans for reopening schools across Washington

Seattle Kitchen

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Districts' plans for reopening schools across Washington

"Classrooms. Para 70 Cindy Kim tells us more to Layla Elementary is starting with the limited class schedule on Monday. Sixth graders into coma start tomorrow as well. Bellingham Public schools is bringing high school students back. Freshman students, sophomores, juniors and seniors are expected to be phased back into the classroom. Over the next few weeks, and more teachers are getting vaccinated. Hundreds of ever teachers were vaccinated at a pop up clinic and ever yesterday, pharmacist from Safeway and Albertsons administered the New Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Susan Target works at both grossers and tells Karo seven TV as a pharmacist. This is definitely a highlight of my career. People are so appreciative. We love that we conserve the community and we can go out there and help protect everyone. The youngest learners and Everett returned to classrooms over the last month with 4th and 5th graders heading back on the 15th.

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US Soccer repeals policy requiring players to stand for national anthem

Masters in Business

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

US Soccer repeals policy requiring players to stand for national anthem

"Is ending its ban on players kneeling during the national anthem. Some 70% of the program's ruling body voted Saturday to end the policy, forcing athletes to stand respectively during the song U. S Soccer president Cindy Parlow. Cone called it a divisive issue in the country and throughout the world. The women's national team stood as a group for the anthem prior to their match on February 24. Saying they were passed the pro testing phase, but they were still committed to fighting toe end a systemic racism and police brutality. The

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"cindy" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:22 min | 4 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Thirty eight year old. Cindy make pace was chain. Smoking cameo cigarettes at her dining room table was uptight at twelve nineteen two and she had just received her right threatening phone call in five days. During most kohl's nothing could be heard on the other lawn reading other times. A man spoke to renew menacing whisper. Hey had made crude sexual suggestions to cindy a few days prior but she hung up in disgust before hearing him out. The most recent cole had really unnerved her. The men warned. You're dead cd. As not fell. Cindy went around. Her multilevel stuccoed home in vancouver canada. Closing the window drags ten minutes later. The phone rang. The familia low growling voice said. Don't think pulling the drapes means. Don't know you're in there. Cindy called the police and officer arrived and found. No sign of the coal looking out saw the house. Hey couldn't do anything. Except suggest cindy make a list. Of all the coles she received and to get an unlisted phone number with no known enemies the highly respected pediatric mental health nurse was at a loss as to who could be harassing her. One week lighter cindy returned. Home with friend agnes woodcock after annoyed out to find that someone had gained entry into her house. She writes next door and asked her neighbor. Who was aware of the coal. Cindy had been getting to investigate. He entered the house. Ahead of cindy and agnes to make sure that the intruder was no longer inside after a thorough search of all the rooms. The neighbor told the women that it was safe to go in. Cindy began to get ready for bed a few minutes later. Agnes hood cindy screaming. She found cindy in her bedroom solving and clutching a pillow. The pillow concealed under the covers of the bed had been slashed two paces. The cuts were sauce. And what carried out with a sharp object locker. Risa constable pat mcbride of the vancouver. Police responded to cindy's coal as nothing had been stolen from the house. Mcbride thought that someone was trying to send a cindy message. Even though cindy had changed her number the threatening kohl's continued they were mainly no talk calls seeking comfort. Cindy contacted her husband. Cindy hack head to mit psychiatrist to dr roy. Pay said vancouver general hospital in the fall of nineteen sixty five a natural beauty with long blond hair blue eyes and wide smile. Cindy would turn heads wherever she went. She quickly caught the attention of roy. Who was assisting cindy with a group project for her nursing studies. The two became inseparable in december nineteen sixty six roy who was eighteen years old lefties wife and two children and married twenty two year old cindy. The union was eventually accepted bus. Cindy's parents on a tilly hack. Roy soon became welcomed into the heck family. Life often playing cards and sharing a drink with cindy's father who was only six years. He's sania the first. Few years of marriage were an extremely happy time for the newlyweds. Cindy who will always drain of working with children was employed at the children's foundation. A job where she cared for children suffering from trauma and mental health conditions in nineteen seventy. Four cindy landed her dream job as defending directa glenham house. And you send tough. Preschool children requiring mental health support

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"cindy" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

05:39 min | 6 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Hi everyone sophia. Bush here welcomed a work in progress. Where i talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are and where. They think they're still going today on work in progress. I'm so excited to share my conversation with a woman who is beyond inspiring. She's tenacious zillions and relentlessly dedicated to the well-being women at march. Cindy cindy is a serial entrepreneur and highly vocal advocate for women specifically in the areas and health. Over her impressive. Twenty four year career in healthcare cindy created and sold to innovative pharmaceutical companies sleet pharmaceuticals and sprout pharmaceuticals at sprout. She forged a new path and women's health care by creating aggie the first ever. Fda approved drug for low sexual desire in women after selling it for a billion dollars only to see shelved by the company that bought it. She fought tooth and nail to get it back and make sure it was made available for women against all the odds. She now mentors and invests in entrepreneurs with groundbreaking ideas through our investment fund. The pink ceiling this pink. You baiter helps women do with. Sydney has already done herself. Achieved big success take command in male dominated industries and truly changed the world on today's episode of work in progress. Cindy and i discussed what it's like. Move around a lot as a kid the importance of individuality in the workplace. And how the best way to change a problematic industry is to change it from within. We also explore the social conditioning of women. Around the subject of sexual pleasure and female sexual health is largely overlooked. This episode is all about advocating for ourselves as women and demanding better. You'll want to share this with every woman you know i'm so pumped it. We're doing this today. Thanks for joining..

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"cindy" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Me. Keep them say off on cindy with no supplies and in the middle of the night and you have no phone signal either. Now is like middle than i know. Sleep on the road in thirty six hours flashlight. No nothing got nothing. So fright took your two thousand. Six pontiac torrent and left you there three grand tour and he must find my horses for me. It's announcers just the national boers mel the night chat Yeah because when a little earlier you ma. I was wearing shorts and a tee shirt. It's it's a little chilly in lost out grace. The national forests night compared to you arizona announced like bashing season on these voters learn shorts. So he said oh. Hey i guess that's what you want me to do. He did so I continued to follow my cat. Realize that we're just going further and further and mountains getting nowhere so excited to stop following him and to just sit and wait bayer and called him and asked her a little bit. Feel something brush against my way. Because i'm wearing shorts and i reached down and it's my cat. He and i picked him up though I picked him up and held onto an and i started to think about my next step. Okay so i've been walking out this entire time. He asked me where i'm going. I just know that. I.

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"cindy" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"To do with this in the. Let me ask you about margaret. Because she was somebody who was on the show. She had a lot of a friction with with judd. But you got along okay with with jive. So what was she like. She was very pleasant in Connections with her. I didn't have anything negative to report. Maybe she kinda was taking things a little bit out of context situation. I mean it is survivor. And maybe you should step back evaluate the situation. I don't know that's the way. I can't expect everyone to be like me. But i can feel her fate because cindy you were there for what i have called What i think is be one of the craziest tribal councils of all time. If i'm craziest. Trial accounts of all time when margaret accused judd. Add is that was fair and he did not at all and then anybody there would have known that that was gonna send fire out of him. Yes was that such a crazy drop council even more crazy than what people saw on. Tv on Yeah that'll wake up a little bit. You're thinking you know how this is gonna go crazy. Geneva december down a little bit. He was getting control there for a while Do you have any good stories about jim. Lynch he was such a nice guy. I'd have nothing but like nice things to say about him again. Who knows.

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"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

"I'm starting to think that she might have some mental illness. I mean this is definitely one of the suggestions unless whoever's victimizing hers is pushing her to this point or whoever's victimizing is injecting her with something or poisoning her substances. It's something that's gonna come up. In the case so in another incident cindy was found in a ditch with pantyhose again tied around tightly around her neck she was suffering from hypothermia. She had a black and blue i. She had bruises cuts and abrasions. All over her body. She was wearing one large man's work boot and had a rubber glove on her hands. Yes it's the most. I told you she was unconscious when she was found she was she was. He has no idea what to her no idea. She was admitted into the hospital after this attack and she was interviewed by a female detective. Who believed that cindy was as she described her overly dramatic and narcissistic. She's the only one that i've seen. That really called cindy narcissistic. That wasn't a description that i found over and over again but we could easily explain why someone might have know stocking the strangulation or it attempted strangulation. But what's the significance. She had a work boot on a rubber glove. I have no idea what i mess with police. I i don't know i don't i. Have no idea was sexually assaulted. She wasn't now. She reported this. This police officer. Who talked to cindy reported that cindy pointed out a needle mark on her arm and sydney insisted that that was not anything that was done at the hospital implying that someone had injected her with something but she couldn't recall any of the details and they confirmed that was in fact a needle mark on her arm. He did a needle marks arm. Yeah and that would happen more than once that you would have a needle mark on her arm and actually it will play a role in her death later on the detective. Thought it was odd. That meghan i said in the beginning the murderers okay. It's spoiler alert but it's still a mystery anyway. The detective thought it was odd that cindy would notice this because she couldn't remember anything else so she was like. How would she know if this needle mark was there before we suspecting that she's has something to do with this. Yeah no yeah. I mean at this point. 'cause it's been years of her claiming all it had been several years in what would happen is the police would put surveillance on her house in the beginning. They took this very seriously. I mean they thought this you know. This is a respectable woman. No criminal history. No history of mental illness. She's reporting this and the police were really concerned so they would actually put long surveillance and they didn't find anything. They never found anything while the surveillance was going but again you could argue. Of course yeah. I mean you could argue that well. There's two arguments that you can make one is that anyone could spot surveillance if they're surveilling the home a smart perpetrators can be like obviously or second argument. Maybe a police officer..

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"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

"I'm starting to think that she might have some mental illness. I mean this is definitely one of the suggestions unless whoever's victimizing hers is pushing her to this point or whoever's victimizing is injecting her with something or poisoning her substances. It's something that's gonna come up. In the case so in another incident cindy was found in a ditch with pantyhose again tied around tightly around her neck she was suffering from hypothermia. She had a black and blue i. She had bruises cuts and abrasions. All over her body. She was wearing one large man's work boot and had a rubber glove on her hands. Yes it's the most. I told you she was unconscious when she was found she was she was. He has no idea what to her no idea. She was admitted into the hospital after this attack and she was interviewed by a female detective. Who believed that cindy was as she described her overly dramatic and narcissistic. She's the only one that i've seen. That really called cindy narcissistic. That wasn't a description that i found over and over again but we could easily explain why someone might have know stocking the strangulation or it attempted strangulation. But what's the significance. She had a work boot on a rubber glove. I have no idea what i mess with police. I i don't know i don't i. Have no idea was sexually assaulted. She wasn't now. She reported this. This police officer. Who talked to cindy reported that cindy pointed out a needle mark on her arm and sydney insisted that that was not anything that was done at the hospital implying that someone had injected her with something but she couldn't recall any of the details and they confirmed that was in fact a needle mark on her arm. He did a needle marks arm. Yeah and that would happen more than once that you would have a needle mark on her arm and actually it will play a role in her death later on the detective. Thought it was odd. That meghan i said in the beginning the murderers okay. It's spoiler alert but it's still a mystery anyway. The detective thought it was odd that cindy would notice this because she couldn't remember anything else so she was like. How would she know if this needle mark was there before we suspecting that she's has something to do with this. Yeah no yeah. I mean at this point. 'cause it's been years of her claiming all it had been several years in what would happen is the police would put surveillance on her house in the beginning. They took this very seriously. I mean they thought this you know. This is a respectable woman. No criminal history. No history of mental illness. She's reporting this and the police were really concerned so they would actually put long surveillance and they didn't find anything. They never found anything while the surveillance was going but again you could argue. Of course yeah. I mean you could argue that well. There's two arguments that you can make one is that anyone could spot surveillance if they're surveilling the home a smart perpetrators can be like obviously or second argument. Maybe a police officer..

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"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

02:26 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

"And even psychotic there is a definite deterioration you're going to see in her mental state. You can physically see it if you look at photos of her all these events and i haven't cover them all yet happened over the course of about six to seven years and it's pretty constant an she working at this time or what was. She was working yes. She was working. She wasn't having problems at her job but her mental state and her physical state deteriorate. You can feel the weight that she starts to lose her face get drawn in. And then we're going to see later. This escalates from threats to physical assaults on her. But let me just say this. During this time cindy also formed a personal relationship with detective. Who was working. On her case his name would come up over and over again as well. His name was pat mcbride. He actually wound up living or staying with her for some time Because i think he was super concerned about her and was thinking if he stayed there maybe he could catch the perpetrators catch something. The average sleeping taylor. They were yes they had. They had a personal relationship. But what happened is he reported that there were never any incidents or crimes that happened while he was staying there but after he moved out the attacks continued and they escalated into seriously violent acts. So we're gonna come back to that because it's curious. Why would nothing happen when he was there while the police would say. It's because cindy was doing this to herself and obviously she's not going to do anything while he's there because you know how would that look. She can't get away with that. The other theory might be that a a smart perpetrator is gonna know. There's a police officer saying there. So i'm not going to terrorize this woman. When she's got a cop living in the house with her so those are the theories now. Let's get into the acts of violence in one incident. Cindy sprint agnes. Came over. And i guess agnes had knocked on the door but cindy didn't answer and she i thought oh she's taking one of her baths or whatnot but for some reason went around into the yard. Maybe she was concerned about her. And she found cindy hiding in her backyard like crouching down and she looked scared she had a stocking tied around her neck and what she told agnes was that someone had attacked her in her garage. Tried to strangle her with a pair of stockings ran away before cindy could see who it was. She said all she saw was like white sneakers. And cindy and agnes thought at the time that someone had attacked her but when they heard agnes at the front door calling cindy's name that's why he ran away another time cindy was found wandering around on a.

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"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

02:26 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

"And even psychotic there is a definite deterioration you're going to see in her mental state. You can physically see it if you look at photos of her all these events and i haven't cover them all yet happened over the course of about six to seven years and it's pretty constant an she working at this time or what was. She was working yes. She was working. She wasn't having problems at her job but her mental state and her physical state deteriorate. You can feel the weight that she starts to lose her face get drawn in. And then we're going to see later. This escalates from threats to physical assaults on her. But let me just say this. During this time cindy also formed a personal relationship with detective. Who was working. On her case his name would come up over and over again as well. His name was pat mcbride. He actually wound up living or staying with her for some time Because i think he was super concerned about her and was thinking if he stayed there maybe he could catch the perpetrators catch something. The average sleeping taylor. They were yes they had. They had a personal relationship. But what happened is he reported that there were never any incidents or crimes that happened while he was staying there but after he moved out the attacks continued and they escalated into seriously violent acts. So we're gonna come back to that because it's curious. Why would nothing happen when he was there while the police would say. It's because cindy was doing this to herself and obviously she's not going to do anything while he's there because you know how would that look. She can't get away with that. The other theory might be that a a smart perpetrator is gonna know. There's a police officer saying there. So i'm not going to terrorize this woman. When she's got a cop living in the house with her so those are the theories now. Let's get into the acts of violence in one incident. Cindy sprint agnes. Came over. And i guess agnes had knocked on the door but cindy didn't answer and she i thought oh she's taking one of her baths or whatnot but for some reason went around into the yard. Maybe she was concerned about her. And she found cindy hiding in her backyard like crouching down and she looked scared she had a stocking tied around her neck and what she told agnes was that someone had attacked her in her garage. Tried to strangle her with a pair of stockings ran away before cindy could see who it was. She said all she saw was like white sneakers. And cindy and agnes thought at the time that someone had attacked her but when they heard agnes at the front door calling cindy's name that's why he ran away another time cindy was found wandering around on a.

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"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:56 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

"They didn't have any children together and cindy james didn't have any children at all they divorced in nineteen eighty two and just four months later in october of nineteen eighty two cindy would make the first of what would be close to one hundred calls to the police for help. Let's talk about the initial complaints. The first complaint cindy made was a phone call and she just reported that she was receiving prank calls on. You know someone breathing heavy into the phone but it escalated into other calls so at first they were the breathing. There was the silence. There was kind of like a noise. Like a hits in the background. But then cindy said that. It escalated into phone calls where someone was calling and threatening to harm her like. I'm going to kill you. So the calls began to frighten her. The calls then progressed. Brace yourself this is a bizarre case. Okay there are interesting things that happen here that we should talk about the calls. Progress to basically having her phone wires cut. She would find that she couldn't call for help at times. People were tampering with the lights outside of her home so like the porch lights. This is truly happening or this was truly happening. Yes okay. There is evidence that the lights were tampered with There were acts of arson to major arsons. Like fire set to her home. There were letters that were sent to her. The letters that got sent to her. We're the quintessential you know. The ones with the cutouts of magazines but they were all threatening so they were all. You're going to die. I'm going to kill you. You're dead bitch like all. She have known enemies. She didn't have any known enemies at the time. But when you can't talk about one or two of the theories i mean. The theories are going to get really interesting. She found strangled cats in her backyard. So cats with like some type of rope or cord around their neck. Three three strangled cats were found in her backyard at separate times and she didn't move. She did have been like by sorry leaving right now. She also came home. I think it was. It was either hurt. All the neighbor's dog. The dog also had a cord around its neck and was like reportedly found by her sitting like scared like almost shaking and its said no. The dog was alive. I mean that was good part. We're talking about real serious acts here. at first. The police thought this was all being done by her ex husband. Ri- make peace and cindy foster two opposite of making peace. You're gonna come with something. Like i was waiting for the name to trigger your your funny cide..

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"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:56 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

"They didn't have any children together and cindy james didn't have any children at all they divorced in nineteen eighty two and just four months later in october of nineteen eighty two cindy would make the first of what would be close to one hundred calls to the police for help. Let's talk about the initial complaints. The first complaint cindy made was a phone call and she just reported that she was receiving prank calls on. You know someone breathing heavy into the phone but it escalated into other calls so at first they were the breathing. There was the silence. There was kind of like a noise. Like a hits in the background. But then cindy said that. It escalated into phone calls where someone was calling and threatening to harm her like. I'm going to kill you. So the calls began to frighten her. The calls then progressed. Brace yourself this is a bizarre case. Okay there are interesting things that happen here that we should talk about the calls. Progress to basically having her phone wires cut. She would find that she couldn't call for help at times. People were tampering with the lights outside of her home so like the porch lights. This is truly happening or this was truly happening. Yes okay. There is evidence that the lights were tampered with There were acts of arson to major arsons. Like fire set to her home. There were letters that were sent to her. The letters that got sent to her. We're the quintessential you know. The ones with the cutouts of magazines but they were all threatening so they were all. You're going to die. I'm going to kill you. You're dead bitch like all. She have known enemies. She didn't have any known enemies at the time. But when you can't talk about one or two of the theories i mean. The theories are going to get really interesting. She found strangled cats in her backyard. So cats with like some type of rope or cord around their neck. Three three strangled cats were found in her backyard at separate times and she didn't move. She did have been like by sorry leaving right now. She also came home. I think it was. It was either hurt. All the neighbor's dog. The dog also had a cord around its neck and was like reportedly found by her sitting like scared like almost shaking and its said no. The dog was alive. I mean that was good part. We're talking about real serious acts here. at first. The police thought this was all being done by her ex husband. Ri- make peace and cindy foster two opposite of making peace. You're gonna come with something. Like i was waiting for the name to trigger your your funny cide..

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"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

"This podcast may contain content. That is graphic and disturbing in nature. Listener discretion is advised during the nineteen eighty s in canada. Cindy james was purportedly the victim of over one hundred acts of violence which included many forms of psychological and physical abuse by an unknown offender however even with a heavy police presence and help from private investigator. Her assailant could never be identified. Was cindy perpetrating. These acts against herself or was she. The victim of a disturbed individual who's diabolical plan was to torture cindy first and then murder her. This is episode thirty. Two cindy james story Hi amy.

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"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women and Crime

"This podcast may contain content. That is graphic and disturbing in nature. Listener discretion is advised during the nineteen eighty s in canada. Cindy james was purportedly the victim of over one hundred acts of violence which included many forms of psychological and physical abuse by an unknown offender however even with a heavy police presence and help from private investigator. Her assailant could never be identified. Was cindy perpetrating. These acts against herself or was she. The victim of a disturbed individual who's diabolical plan was to torture cindy first and then murder her. This is episode thirty. Two cindy james story Hi amy.

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"cindy" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"cindy" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"Who are a pretty big deal? y'All ain't ready for our guest today. She is a self made. CEO An advocate for women Cindy Eckert. I've decided I have jacker today on the podcast and I think it's Really how long have we known each other. Now I was thinking about that is three years. That's right and and Do you WanNa do and tell me. Why are we meant? I'm happy to okay. I think it's really interesting. I can tell our story you mind. Yes okay so I was glamour woman of the year. Three years ago and I had a Barbie in the hole and And there was an auction on Ebay and you could buy time with me and which I had never done before and I never even thought that that was like something that somebody wants to purchase and I told Glamour like sure. Let's do it. Let's see let's see what Weirdos come out of the woodwork. uh-huh and next thing you know they're like Oh yeah. This woman named Cindy bought you. Fine Real yeah right bought your time. Yeah and I think that was it setup we were GonNa do before was like I already kinda dictator. You guys do it so we did a full on photo shows and then we were supposed to work cout at my gym. So I had the bombshell photo shows and I got cindy in her goodness shake time. Yes yes that's true. I almost got down to my skivvies. I almost got you there. But we're in jeans you can google it. It's really hot. And then we were supposed to go work out and I said you really one workout and you kinda like you shook you know next thing you know. We went downstairs and went straight to shake shack. Had Burger fries. I I don't think we had coke. I think we had like water. And you told me your story and I was enamored because because I had to his meeting that yeah sure and you were like yeah. I'm this lady who this lady. Who Sold my company for a billion dollars and I want to be? I WANNA be a part of Your Business and I want due to be an advocate for you and I thought in that moment. Who bought this time? Did I by the time or did you buy this because it was like it was Honestly there's a blessing it was truly because you've been such a blessing and I think that what you do and you stand up for women. You advocate for women in business is very important. Because I've heard you say so much that you haven't had female mentorship and it's been very difficult for me to find it as well avenues. So That's how we that story. He's it perfect and I'll proceed that by saying I had seen you speak at Forbes women that's right. I thought you were outstanding than I was literally invited to go to Glamour woman. One of the year I was at the ceremony where you were being awarded and this announcement was made. And I'm like I want to spend time with Ashley who doesn't want to spend time with Ashley. Never thinking that it would play out out that way and truly like such a gift to get to see that you are exactly as you appear. I say that people all the time they asked me. What the Hash Li we like? And I'm like what you see is what you get. There is no fakery that and I think that's so refreshing of love. What you do for women thank you? Yeah well it's a very unique story and I'm so glad that we can share and I got to see what it's like to shake shack as a model around there like how would you would you like anything else. It's all of a sudden became became a full service restaurant like more fries. Would you like Ashiq this some free fries or something just to be clear throw my goodness so and also has your podcast going good similarly. I feel so fortunate to have like I say colorful characters in my life and I hear these stories of success and how they got there and it's really like I just want people to have a moment listening into our conversation so You know you gotTa make time for it so you gotta make time for it. The business has been crazy this year. I know I'm excited to talk about it. And something else that I just realized too I. I didn't realize that you had moved around every single year of your life which I thought was interesting. I've lived in six different states. But you've lived in twelve that's right. I think I've lived overseas twice. I think I stopped counting thirty to move the most like every single year from the fourth grade through my senior year of high school change schools. Oh Soo perpetual well new kid. So what's the good thing about that. And what's the bad thing about So bad thing was at that moment in time like you left and you were out there is no no. We're not gonNA email each other or anything. Facebook the Fiji Islands. I lived in when I was a little girl. So you know I wasn't long distance calling back to Fiji my group of friends. So that's it's a sad thing is lost connections in some way but the great thing is you get really comfortable being the perpetual outsider. 'cause when you show up as a new school like we're not going to be popular. You're not going to be the cool kid and it really. I think teaches you to sit on the outside of the room and observe everything that's going on and I think it's given me a lot out of fearlessness taking on things as an outsider. Do you think that that fearlessness. You've kind of learned to twist into your businesses for sure. Is that what kind of where the love of business came about. I grew up says a such a ridiculous Rabai grew up in Rochester. New York like wrong side of the tracks like little neighborhood Dr Irish retaliation and every Sunday. My family went to Wegmans right super weird so I might have follower of Wegmann. I heard about out this like it's it's a little. It's cray serving but you talk to people and it has a cult following and I think from a little girl I've always loved like what makes a business tech. It's that my big optic brothers and they would tell you that every game I played as a child was with me as the CEO which really was just then manipulating me because they would make me have have ck's kitchen Cindy Karen and it was so that I would go and deliver things to them on the couch from the refrigerator was actually the only way they'd play with me. Because you're the Betas such turds yeah weights three kids. I personally and on outside your this like very the well put together. I Wear Pink Pink Lipstick. I have my hair done. But yes she is a bad ass. Like show cursor. She'll be like no you fucking deserves serves to older brother or whom I got that memo of like you gotTa protect younger. Sister did not get it like they thought their job was to toughen me out for the world to this day job or just they did a good job. So is it Wegmans that actually inspired you the ridiculousness of that stories. I think it started a pattern. I was like weirdly. Obsessed with what make companies work. And then I think that if you factor that in with just like really unusual childhood childhood of being this outsider. Sort of like as I started to look at business when everybody else was running away. It was my signal to run in and I became fearless in taking on the things things that nobody else would take on and to me they were so obvious like pharmaceuticals well like female Viagra like serious twenty-six drugs for men but not a single wind for women. I can't wait to start talking about this but I wanNA start. I WANNA give. I wanted to kind of do chronologically so people know how you got here. Because it's not like one day you woke up and you're like hey you know what I'm not really feeling like having sex. That's really not even the story so I had a professor who knew this obsession of mine with businesses. So she would make me do an extra project where I would read about companies and report like what made them. Great Swede like a side project I would you know. Read all the magazines. Come Taylor in through that honest to God and made a decision. I'M GONNA work for fortunes. Most admired company. It was. It didn't matter what industry it was in or anything else like. I'M GONNA go learn from the best asked at the time that best was merck. which is a pharmaceutical company? And I was hell bound and determined. I'm hired by Merck. I think my professor got a little freaked out. She was like You should probably send your resume out to a couple places only merck and I got the job and that's really what started. It was like I wanna be with the best. Want to learn from the best and I think the surprise for me was that I fell in love with the science interesting. How long were you at Merck for years as Merck where you got the idea to start art? No Merck was the the training ground that said only should. I can't be in a big environment like I need to be heard uneven to do it my way and I was very clear very quickly That they were fortunes most demarcus at a great pr department. And I was a number and it it was gonna take me a long time to be heard and so I made this crazy decision to go to what at the time was a startup right like way back before that was cool for start ups for like the thing to be. Okay okay so. This is a question that I've heard you ask a lot of people and so I wanNA flip it back on you and it's what was the first way that you thought about making money. Oh Yeah or how did you ever I start making money. This is a question you ask a lot of people that you hire honest I do. I always ask that question and can I tell a story I met somebody just hired please so it was great because I asking this question. How do you ever make money? And she said you know like oh I was a babysitter and she started telling great and she's like that's not really the first way made money on like you. You tell me and she said well I was really little. My mom had a garden and she would pick all the tomatoes and put them in a pretty basket. Asked me to take him to the neighbor. She's like but when I got there I sold them and I was hired Hustler. Here's love it right. How are you doing in the company make number one salesperson and I call her nickname? Everybody's her nickname is heirloom tomatoes. And like that it says so much to me about like scrappy. NECE ray like when are you starting to want to own it for yourself. It at least a working my companies. You GotTa love that ownership peace. I think my earliest days money was probably hustling my brothers. That's a good also good hustle. And I like how you've taken your team that you sell that that you love because you've even had some like I mean I know Yankee from the beginning. Yeah but you took everybody to Zappa's yes and you said hey look Zap Post. This is doing something right that I like. Yes learn what what happened there..

"cindy" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"cindy" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"And we took him across the street, and we let them climb fan. Wow. Man wasn't very well. Was he got out the hospital with? All right. Definitely. All right, man. Yeah. Learnt that on the cartoon. Doc in. Yeah. Yeah. And and the message. Really going to bring someone into the neighborhood. Spill. Let's go ahead and bring Cindy into the neighborhood. We're going to send you all right now. Cindy, hello. How the halos Cindy, Cindy, John legend can't swim. I can't do a cartwheel. What can't you do that? Most people pretty much can I turn to work. You can't work. You know, what I would love to see those. I would love to see dry. Right now. The most people you feel like man, there's some girls that can go ahead and twerk for the life of you. You can't I. When was the last time you tried? Well. Do because I don't know how to. Yeah. You gotta you gotta you gotta work. You gotta housework. What can I ask the obvious? Why are you white? Go ahead. We were all waiting here. Ask the obvious. If you go social media, white girls, working and. She's gonna ask this have anything to tour. Yeah. Do you have anything to work? I got to give. Okay. I just go ahead and try you just gotta loosen up. I mean, I don't even have nothing until right? Right. Right. You just gotta just jiggling hilarious. Can you tell her piece? Now, I know how to talk. Oh, please. Know, how does it work? Hey, can you put on that? Right here. Lose. Right now. She's on the floor. That's how you get. A can we get the booty doctor on?.

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"cindy" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"cindy" Discussed on Women in Business

"There. Okay. Wonderful. Well, I actually have I've got a couple of things I'd like to offer people. So the best the best way excuse me is if you just go to marketing from within dot com, I have an authentic brand guide and in that guide. It's actually a training video with a guide. Remember, we were talking about showing people that you can't help them that you care about helping them in who you really are while I break down each of three areas with with lots of examples and much more specifics on how to communicate each of those three things. So if you go to marketing from within dot com, they can get that free gift. And also, you know, some people when they hear you speak. They just want to speak to you right away. And I'm all up for that as well. So if you just want to go straight to the top of the line and have a conversation with me, just go to talk with Cindy dot com. Abby will they that's certainly easy enough to remember talk with Cindy. And that's C. I N D Y talk with Cindy dot com. If you wanna have a conversation and go to marketing from within dot com for her free authentic brand guide that's been fabulous. Well, I think this is terrific. Cindy, I wanna thank you so much for being with us. And hopefully, you're going to help a lot of these women who are in business in are struggling with getting their message out, and hopefully they will be in touch with you. So that you will be able to help them get to where they're going. So thanks so much for being with us today. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thanks for listening to women in business. I hope you enjoy today's show. And if you have any suggestions as to who you'd like to have as a guest just Email me at Gail Carson thirteen at g mail dot com. Be sure to check out WWW dot S, O P, six tips dot com. And in the meantime, go to WWW dot spunky old broad dot com to see the resources, I have for you.

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"cindy" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"cindy" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Cindy really tiergarten you be young be china looks when you say when she says ooh she got us china keep him trying to keep out the cold when he looks in is his safe when she says she does them oh no one's ever gonna hurt you know i'm gonna give you matters got wild ninety four nine a wannabe game barnaby i drink gonna be and gave and gave really.

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