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"courtney" Discussed on Journey of Ruth

Journey of Ruth

03:37 min | Last month

"courtney" Discussed on Journey of Ruth

"Okay. things are so good. The things that you're doing in your life and that you're filling your time with and then of course you have your too sweet cherubs when she called my boys and it probably not gonna ever tell the story to them till they're really old so they won't go well. We are cherubs mom. But she said you've got your too sweet cherubs that you have to take care of and jeff and she said you've got a lot on your plate. She said i think what you should do. Is you should actually on. A piece of paper created metaphorical plate. And she said. I want you to write down everything. That's in your life. Everything because some of the ministry stuff that i had kind of put to the side for like the fall. I thought might come back into my life in the spring. So some of those were in my mind There was a lot of things that i wanted to do with the podcast. And with my speaking ministry that i was so excited to kick off and Was like really ready to get started. And she said. I want you to all those things. Put them down on this plate and she said i also want you to make over to the side list of things that are of top priority in my life remember. I said i didn't have my priorities. Straight and at and a top priority. That would be your husband. That would be your children. That would be your home and what you need to take care of that. And i want everything else to set down on this beset down on his plate. And she said then courtney i think you need to come before god and you need to surrender everything on that plate. Don't hold anything back. Give god everything She's really wise lady. Of course. I told her. I was a little upset with her. 'cause they said here's the deal. Here's what you don't know. Because i didn't tell her about the conversation i had with. Jeff i said you have just confirmed the exact thing my husband told me to do. He said. I don't think you surrendered. And you're telling me according you need to surrender which means it wasn't just just jeff talking to me and that conversation. It was the holy spirit. Peeking through jeff. And now i had to go home and i had to apologize for my attitude.

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"courtney" Discussed on Journey of Ruth

Journey of Ruth

05:45 min | Last month

"courtney" Discussed on Journey of Ruth

"Download the bottom of the bottom of the pile and that's how it was living my life many people who know me know that. I'm not the most organized person so the idea of setting a calendar setting schedule for days. That was not something i was doing and so my life was run by whatever the most urgent thing was i was just jumping to the most pressing fire. And that's it. I also was not really finding joy in the things that were going on in my life. And i do think that part of that was still processing the grief of losing my mom. I'm i'm sure i don't really like to cry. I don't really like to show emotion Do i know that emotion is good. Yes do i think it's good for people to show emotion. Yes am i working on that. Yes has motherhood helped me. One hundred percent I guy more now. After having my boys than i ever did before But you know my mo. when. I'm grieving is i kind of stuff at down and i feel my thing my my life with things that are that are gonna take my mind off of it and because my life was so full and i was going from one urgent fire to the next to the next to the next. I also wasn't giving myself time to grieve and so there came a day. Where once again once again. I was feeling completely overwhelmed by what was going on in my life and in my home and i was having a conversation with my husband about how i was feeling that day. How was feeling a little overwhelmed and And he was asking some questions. It was not a heated conversation. But you know he was being honest with me trying to kind of understand where i'm coming from and and offer me outside perspective. And he said to me at the very end of that conversation he said to me. you know courtney. I don't think that you've really truly surrendered.

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"courtney" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:26 min | Last month

"courtney" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Are live from dallas. Texas this bernadette with junior in the mix. And we are continuing with courtney akron. She is the author of patients as well as my pocket. Meditations for self compassion my pocket. Positively five minute bliss and my pocket gratitude. So happy to have you with us today. You can find courtney at courtney ackerman on instagram. Were talking about the book of patients. Two hundred and fifty ways to be the more patient new. So so courtney in your book you've listed two hundred fifty ways to be more patient. What types of methods are practices are in the book. What is a ton a ton of different Types of of exercises and techniques But most of them are gonna fall within Like mindfulness exercises the ways to be more more mindful and grounded in the present moment There's the meditations in there some guided meditations. There's also things like affirmations. There's some journaling prompts there's just some some questions. Just them really reflective questions that you can ask yourself And then there's really fun stuff like you know. Thought exercises like time traveling in your mind. You know. I'm like really fun and kind of wins colin's in there to And that's all interspersed with just a bunch of really great quotes about patients And i don't know about you. But sometimes all i need to do is is read a good quote on something and i'm like oh yeah That's me i see myself there. No absolutely i love quotes. I think everybody does There was so many of them on patients. It was hard to choose. I added a couple to our social and along with your post but You know one of the things in here and this is really important. A lot of people don't don't think about this. It's in the senior book it's called. Challenge your perspective so when you feel impatient you might start to sink into a negative perspective. Spiral and i do people people do that. They do it all the time. And so you challenge. I think it's a great exercise to challenge your perspective right absolutely. I think it's a good idea to challenge your perspective. Most of the time yeah absolutely impatience or negative thoughts or you know frustration anger. Whatever it is. I think it's a really good practice. A habit really to get into to challenge our own perspective. No for sure. Let's talk about a few methods more methods from the book. How does a mantra our mantra. Help us to be more patient. Do you do you see. Do you do that do you like. Oh really chant do you..

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"courtney" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"courtney" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"And welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host ryan buds. Thank you so much for checking out my shell if you like what i do and you're looking for something fun to do this night. Come play with me on the twenty seventh. I believe let's see friday. The twenty fourth twenty five twenty six. Yes monday the twenty seventh. Two thousand twenty one at nine eastern. You can play trivia my livestream on facebook and youtube five rounds of trivia. Just like you listen to hear but you can actually win prizes. We raffled off a bunch of stuff and we give a price one of the top three scoring teams and all of it is going to be benefiting. The neonatal kittens society of johnson city tennessee. So we are going to adopt some cats from this place for my kids in the birthdays coming up in november and we like the organization. And we think it's really cool so i'll be raffling off all kinds of really cool stuff and all you have to do is compl- a long. Have some fun. It'll be about a two hour show at nine eastern six pacific etc on monday night. September twenty seventh facebook dot com slash ryan buds slash trivia with buds or youtube dot com slash trivia with buds to watch him play along. You just write down your answers. It's a self scoring honor system based but it's a bunch of fun you'll meet some new friends and maybe a win some very cool stuff like a brand new shark nato picture of me fixture figure is what i meant to say a shark nato figure fixture that you can put on your wall. It is an action figure from death by toys. My friend dan polly duris out of chicago and he made a custom beach victim number. One shark nato figure. It's a one of a kind item. There's only a few in existence and you can win one this monday night. Go check it out on my instagram page on my facebook page. You'll see pictures of it. It is awesome and were raffling at that off this monday to benefit the neonatal kitten rescue of johnson city tennessee. Play along on monday night at nine eastern alright. Today's episode is about famous. Courtney's and the name courtney and all things to do with courtney because it's my friend courtney's birthday and this is dedicated to her from her lovely boyfriend. Why it to jump at ten questions on courtney's right now here we go all right. it is. Famous courtney trivia. Let's see what you know question number one. She was born to robert in chris and has taken miami new york and the hamptons. Who is this famous courtney. Number one. She was born to robert and chris and is taken miami new york and the hamptons number. One number two. She was voted best female performer in the nineteen ninety-four metal edge reader choice awards and was married to nirvana frontman. Kurt cobain for.

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"courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

05:53 min | 2 months ago

"courtney" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"I am absolutely thrilled to be continuing our in. Wfl conversation for better or for worse and joining me today is andre carlisle courtney. Sta of the diaspora united podcast. Hi courtney and andre no little. Oh thank you for having us. You know i wanna talk. You'll have to tuesday's episode. Go back gesturing and i really ran down all the drama. That's been happening and we're gonna get to some of those topics in a bit. But first i want to ask you both because the podcast is so great and it's really filled a void in sports media. And i just feel like you guys like the whole goal is to center black women and soccer in the conversation. We know they left off. How did this come about that. Like how did you two get together and start the pod for. Actually i was gonna throw it to okay. The first down started through damn so there. You go basically just kind of noticed that in in you know. Women's sports coverage is lacking overall and certainly at the bottom of that are black. Women being celebrated for their accomplishments Bit of an imbalance here. And i know crystal dunn has spoken recently on a bunch of that and so it was really with data backdrop. That i was like you know. I don't know if i'm the right person to do this. But i know this needs to be done and so i reached out to talk to a couple of people. And they're like yeah. You should definitely go ahead. And do that and i was like i cool so i was trying to figure out who should be my co-host and courtney followed me and i ended up being like i I never talk according before. He's never had a conversation before. Wait so what was it about courtney just like you're a black woman like do this with i can't well. I guess i knew that she covered soccer. I knew deep into soccer. And i got some recommendations from a from a mutual friend brea feliciano who does she's like you know what according would be perfect for this now like awesome. I know of courtney. But i've never talked to her so let's see it the first time we can talk record..

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Why Organizational Support Is Crucial for Working Moms Returning to the Workplace

The Workr Beeing Podcast

02:21 min | 2 months ago

Why Organizational Support Is Crucial for Working Moms Returning to the Workplace

"So this. Paper is called mothers re entry a relative contribution perspective of dual earner parents roles resources and outcomes and it was published in the academy management journal Very recently just came out. I believe it's a two twenty twenty one paper. And it's by laura little and courtney masterson and The paper basically takes a look at the importance of mothers being supported by their organizations. When they're coming back from attorney leave And one of the reasons that they focus on this time period and on mothers in particular is because after women. Leave the workforce to take maternity. Leave while it's a really nice break. from work responsibilities and allows them to focus holy. Or you know almost entirely on the family domain. It can be stressful. Figure out how then to reincorporate work into your life. Now that you've been spending time just focused on family. It can be stressful to anticipate what that returned to. Work is gonna look like and there are also some anticipated stressors that come from thinking through how your identity might play out. Were shift so there. Some research out there that looks at how pregnant women anticipate their identity shifts once they become working moms and that bat nine months of pregnancy is really a time period where people are thinking about. What's that gonna look like. And who am i and who do i wanna be. And how much do. I wanna put emphasis on on my work identity year my family identity or my mom identity in particular so there's some stressors that are introduced wall. Obviously it's a wonderful thing to have maternity leave and it's it's a fantastic resource and they're not arguing at all that that's not the keys. But when people are anticipating that reentry it can be a particularly stressful time. And so they're kind of honing in on that time period to take a look at how organizational support might play a role in affecting some of that

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"courtney" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"courtney" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Times. Truth is only this morning. I had a very last minute cancellation with my guest. So as always planning a solo sewed on the craft of creativity. I happen to receive a text early this morning. From courtney markelle sanni about an unrelated issue totally unrelated issue and low behold here. She is with me to discuss creativity as it happens to be one of her favourite topics. i am anxious to see how this show comes about I trust serendipity. We will see how that flows. So let's welcome courtney mark cassani courtney. What a serendipitous occurs occasion to have you once again on the next chapter with charlie especially after our delightful show a couple of weeks ago. It was so fun..

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7 Louisiana Nursing Homes Closed for Moving Patients Before Hurricane Ida

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

7 Louisiana Nursing Homes Closed for Moving Patients Before Hurricane Ida

"In louisiana. Have shut down a chain of nursing. Homes after seven residents died in the aftermath of hurricane ida the state attorney general says an investigation is underway. As npr's brian man reports ahead of ida's landfall a company operating seven nursing homes in louisiana shipped residents to a shelter in a warehouse in the town of independence. Dr courtney phillips who heads the state department of health said in a statement the level of care at the warehouse was reprehensible the state has permanently closed the homes operated by the company and a video statement louisiana attorney general jeff landry said a probe is underway and our goal will be to determine who decided to move these patients to this apparently unsafe and potentially inappropriate facility more than eight hundred nursing. Home residents have since been relocated from the warehouse to other shelters scattered around

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"courtney" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

06:23 min | 3 months ago

"courtney" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"It really was a cooking shows. Fun courtney so sal back now. I'm just getting what i picked up. This week was from full steam They are local brewery. If you can't tell. I try and get as much north carolina stuff as possible. So they're here in durham and they make a summer basil beer and it is so good It's it's almost like t- ish in a sense you know since it's been kind of steeped with the the basil and it's just like the perfect like hot day and so there's a lot of hot days here so i've been drinking beer cool. I went through a few six packs of a dogfish head See quench his. Oh yeah good. Limi- limi- salty That's that's just great because we just went through a nasty patch of ninety s and eighty percent humidity pays. And that's what you normally have with the halfway stop of the marathon definitely after definitely after. We'll how speaking of your marathon Thing i forgot to ask you. So how's your training going as well as cramping up so far so good and it's weird thing in all my days of of running. I cramped up during races but not in so much during training. So i I had a great long run last weekend. I a good this tonight. I am almost got to thirteen miles in a tempo run Twenty this weekend. I don't know i. I'm twenty the idea of doing salt tablets to help that kind. A boom drugs. I can see it is it is now. It's funny because i i've known about the from year for years and the idea of it kind of kind of makes me think a little maybe too much of like what is that like. And it you know it's not powder to tablet but you chew the tablet and like but the idea of salt. My my one of my running friends had some the other day we were doing like a sixteen seventy mile mile our mile run that fast and and they're like here you want one. I'm like yeah. I mean i'll i'll try it. I mean it's not gonna kill me today and sign and it was like. Oh it was like a a sweetheart. It was the size of sweet tart. It was like curved on the top and bottom smooth like a sweetheart and a chew it it was. It wasn't sweet and it wasn't tired but it wasn't salty. It wasn't directly like like licking salt which might view where my mind went when i hear downing then so they're not exactly that so. I think that may help. Because i'm pretty sure that phenomenon of my cramping during races is a little bit of adrenaline and electrolyte issues. And so that could be the weird thing about is by the by the packaging on those things. It says. Take one every fifteen to twenty minutes during exercise. If you're running for three and a half plus hours yeah that's a lot you know and so your mileage may vary especially laps from overdose hypertension. Yeah too much and like oh my gosh that you try to figure these things out and not test them on race day. You know so. We'll see we'll see so far so good. Okay i'll i'll. I'll kick that someday. We'll great yeah. I should've mentioned that earlier but Yeah anyway just curious. So with that sad. So courtney working folks find you on the interwebs. Well they can find me on instagram. And i would also encourage them to follow me on youtube and kind of putting a little more love into that channel. So that was the two main places They can find woodworking. Okay and you're under star woodworks. That's correct to ours. Star t. a. r. Just would works and just look for mustache. And you're in the right place and that's great. Yeah yeah i was Mark was commenting you you kind of have a young roy. Underhill look to you. Well i'll take that as a greg compliment. Well unless you saw roy young. I can't compare. I'm just guessing it's so Mark working folks wind you. I'm at Mark builds it on instagram and coming soon a joint effort dot net right. Yeah and you can always find me at part dot com on instagram. Or call bar on youtube. And sean what about yourself. You can find me. Most social media areas as Shawn w. seventy eight there and do we have a review there. We do we do. We got a review from cedar. Duck woodworking on instagram. And he. Thanks for having evan on. If you haven't heard the episode from evan birdieing he was A great guest but he said he hadn't seen his four in. It's fantastic so we were happy to lead that discovery for you and And everybody else. You haven't heard of before. His work is fantastic. So we really love to hear your reviews and your responses and you know. We don't know how we're doing unless you tell us. So gal and also yeah. Suggestions on guests to evan was a suggestion I knew of his work and He was kind of on our on our list to have on but Someone said hey you really gotta have this guy on so he moved from up to the top of the list and yet he was great he was. We appreciate the suggestion the comments and and even the critical comments we do. Actually we have those lately. So i read them on air roast us bring half it. Yeah speaking of evan. Hopefully in a couple of months we'll have his best half on their own. Not better and that just about it up for the show..

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Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season

ESPN Radio

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season

"T Y. Hilton expected to miss the start of the regular season after re aggravating a neck injury. At practice last week earlier on ESPN radio are Courtney Cronin in Shape Peppler. The Colts need to let go stage their locker room like they need to take a page out of the Baltimore Orioles and what they did there in breaking a 19 game losing streak because it just feels like injury after injury for them Now, next on the list is T Y Hilton, who's got a back problem. They don't know the diagnosis with That, But I know Courtney, you've got some more insight as to what the deal is with T Y Hilton in Indianapolis. Yeah, Apparently he was injured in practice on Wednesday. This didn't come from the preseason game that they just played on Friday. That happened early, and then he came back out and he was able to finish practice. But now we find out Shea that he has a back and a neck injury and he's out indefinitely and that comes on the heels. And, like 24 hours, they find out that and then Sam Ehlinger, the backup quarterback as a knee injuries out for 4 to 6 weeks. I think that this Indianapolis team for all the steps forward that they were able to take in the last few weeks, getting Carson Wentz back at practice, the good at least, you know, positive news that they got with Quentin Nelson, who had the same foot injury that Carson once has. That it's not going to be the end of his season, either, And then they're dealt this blow the big one here, though, as I look at all of these injuries and trying to figure out which is the worst one is probably Ehlinger because you don't know when Carson once is really going to be ready to play. Is it going to be weak? One? They haven't put that timetable on him. Yet. That is still two weeks away. Your backup quarterback right now is Jacob Eason like it was supposed to be Ehlinger. But now he's out 4 to 6 weeks. That's something that I don't think is a should give them any confidence. That's a Big below Hilton, Like many

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US Drone Strike Kills ISIS-K Planner One Day After Kabul Airport Attack

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:23 min | 3 months ago

US Drone Strike Kills ISIS-K Planner One Day After Kabul Airport Attack

"Pentagon tonight revealed a drone strike has been carried out against the suspected isis k. Planner our pentagon correspondent courtney. Kuby has been following the latest developments. She joins us on the phone right. Now courtney thank you so much. What do we know about how this attack was carried out. So this was a stroke. A strike from a us drone a reaper. It was carried out in nangarhar province which is eastern afghanistan. it's it's east of kabul and along the border with pakistan and it occurred as an individual who is believed according to the us us defense officials believed to have been involved in planning for future attacks. He was driving in a vehicle with an associated an associate they were in an isolated area. According to the official. I spoke with and The strike was carried out in a manner of it was intended to minimize any civilian casualties. Because they weren't an isolated area the department offense and us central command. Do not believe there were any civilian casualties tracking any so again. It's important to point out. this was a strike against isis chorus. On this was the first counter-terror strike that the us has taken that. We know about in afghanistan in some time the last one eight acknowledged was actually in february twenty twenty This strike clearly fiat indirect retaliation for the attack on kabul airport. Yesterday

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Olympic Silver Medalist Courtney Frerichs On Dealing With The Pressure Put on Athletes

Ali on the Run Show

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Olympic Silver Medalist Courtney Frerichs On Dealing With The Pressure Put on Athletes

"Talked before about the topic of pressure. And i know that came up a lot with all kinds of athletes at the olympics. A lot of conversation around pressure is a privilege in well. What is pressure actually mean. And where is it coming from. And just this idea of athletes who are at the top of their game and expected to stay there so for you coming off such a high. Do you feel that there is pressure going into this race of like well. She's a silver medallist so she's obviously the one to watch or is it like. Oh this is my victory lap. I can have fun with it. Where do you fall with that You know i definitely do feel like there is some pressure and i think a lot of is you know kind of driven by from myself like keno perform again but i keep reminding myself that these are separate events and so no matter what happens this weekend. It doesn't take away from what happened at the olympics. And i think that that's kind of the mindset. I'm meeting to have to to handle. Yeah like the perceived pressure going into this because you always want to form your best but just because you have an off day. It doesn't mean that it takes like anything else you do so i don't wanna feel like it's hard though i mean i feel like a lot of us. Athletes are so hard on ourselves and hold ourselves to a really high standard so the regardless of what performance. You're coming off of their. Can you feel that pressure in. It definitely feels a bit present. But the i keep focusing on china carry the same attitude. I kind of had going into the olympic games. And i think that that was you know kind of that quiet competence and knowing what i needed to do to be successful in kind of tuning out the rest of

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Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Probed by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

CNBC's Fast Money

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Probed by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

"Checkout tesla shares tumbling as the national highway traffic safety administration announces a formal investigation into the v. makers autopilot system philo joins us with the very latest details on this serious story high fill. It is a serious story. Courtney now it remains to be seen whether or not this ultimately leads to a recall for the tesla impacted here. But there's no doubt that this investigation catches a lot of attention because you're talking about an autopilot system. That is highly controversy. A lot of people have said look. This is bad news. people shouldn't be using it. others have said it's overstated. How how dangerous. This might be eleven. Crashes into emergency vehicles are being investigated. Seventeen injuries one fatality in basically involves all the tesla model x. X y and three between two thousand fourteen and twenty twenty

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Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Probed by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

CNBC's Fast Money

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Probed by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

"Checkout tesla shares tumbling as the national highway traffic safety administration announces a formal investigation into the v. makers autopilot system philo joins us with the very latest details on this serious story high fill. It is a serious story. Courtney now it remains to be seen whether or not this ultimately leads to a recall for the tesla impacted here. But there's no doubt that this investigation catches a lot of attention because you're talking about an autopilot system. That is highly controversy. A lot of people have said look. This is bad news. people shouldn't be using it. others have said it's overstated. How how dangerous. This might be eleven. Crashes into emergency vehicles are being investigated. Seventeen injuries one fatality in basically involves all the tesla model x. X y and three between two thousand fourteen and twenty twenty

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Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

Chicks in the Office

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

"It looks like travis barker is flying again first time since plane crash. Two thousand eight. He was spotted getting on kylie air whenever you want to call it. Kylie's private plane with corny. kris jenner. Core gamble going from la to kabo in this. I mean this. Is you ch- and i feel like groups. The connection that travis and courtney have because he never getting on a plane again. Yeah this is insane. I mean it's huge. Because i'm glad he took that step. Obviously it's a very scary thing when you're involved in an accident like that could be really hard to probably take that first step on. I'm sure it wasn't easy at all. But i feel like it proves how serious corinthian are and the love that they have each other in the trust that they have because he has to trust them according so much to be like. You know what you're right. I'm gonna get on this airplane. Everything's gonna be fine and they're going to have a great trip now. And i'm i'm happy for them. There isn't really much to say about this. Besides it's a very big step for him. And i guess for their relationship as well. Yeah i think people really also forget how bad that plane crash was either. Like you were fan and travis burger. Now you are kind of getting involved because of him dating corny but he travis barker was in that plane crash was covered in jet fuel on fire. He was left with third degree burns on sixty five percent of his body three months in the hospital. Twenty six surgeries skin. Grafts like really really really bad and of course like made sentence if he was like i never wanna get on on a plane again. But he's willing to do it for

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27 People Aboard Carnival Cruise Test Positive for COVID-19

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

27 People Aboard Carnival Cruise Test Positive for COVID-19

"A carnival cruise ship from Belize. Tested positive for Covid 19. All 27 had been vaccinated. These are breakthrough cases. None of the people had any symptoms. Nobody got sick 26 Our crew members. This is the Carnival Vista departed Galveston last Saturday comes back tomorrow 99.98% of the cruise vaccine 96.5% of the passengers on this carnival cruise. It was last Saturday, The carnival started requiring masks indoors on board and beginning tomorrow, passengers are required to show a negative covid tests before Boarding. Nikki Courtney

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Disney Finds Its Magic

CNBC's Fast Money

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Disney Finds Its Magic

"Disney that stocks surging higher and the after hours. Let's get straight to christina parts and envelopes with the details. Hi christina courtney. So the transformation from media legacy to direct to consumer conglomerate appears unabated with disney's latest. Q3 results the company posted a larger-than-expected beat on the top line. Coming in at eighty cents a share with be with revenue at seventeen billion dollars disney's newest bread and butter. The almost two year old disney plus streaming platform brought in one hundred sixteen million paid subscribers. Higher-than-expected see bob chepe weighs in on the call. Right now. breakout hits from our beloved grand including pictures and marvel's walkie and the falcon in the winter. Soldier has contributed to strong engagement and new subscriber growth in court disney plus market and we have continued to launch this before in new markets around the world that worth noting the average monthly revenue per paid subscriber for disney plus decreased by forty six cents because they added new subscribers in indiana lower price point and even though there are still no meet and greet mickey and minnie the theme park division posted. Its first profit. Since the of the pandemic revenue at the parks experiences and products segment jumped three hundred seven point six percent to four point three billion and recall the marble star scarlett johansson who filed a lawsuit over the simultaneous release a black widow in theaters and on disney streaming seeing. It breached her contract and hurt financially. Well the ceo. Bob capex said on the call that it was the right strategy to meet the broadest possible audience and that they're doing what they believe is in the best interest of their constituents as well as the film and i'll end just on this. They talked about the dividend just moments ago. They said they won't they don't anticipate bringing about the dividend or repurchasing shares until Events have

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De Grasse of Canada Wins Gold in 200 Meters

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

De Grasse of Canada Wins Gold in 200 Meters

"Canada's Andre de Grasse who was the runner up to St Paul five years ago a real run to gold in a time of nineteen point six two seconds the US right behind the grass to country silver and bronze can you but never got the silver in a time of nineteen point six eight seconds a dot I almost had it but it just little bit out of reach now but it was a tight race and I got a personal best out of this race and you know silver medal and I'm just happy with my performance no one miles in his Olympic debut claimed bronze in nineteen point seven four seconds all the track Courtney Frerichs of the US led until the final lap in the women's three thousand meter steeplechase finishing with the silver medal US women's basketball on to the semifinals after a seventy nine fifty five win over Australia USA baseball into the final four following a three one win over the Dominican Republic and Richard torrents of the U. S. is it best to the gold medal belt in boxing super heavyweight division I drove under it

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"courtney" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"courtney" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Then you just sit in it and you try and survive the pain cave but in the past couple years i mean it's just a mindset right. It's like all in our heads this thing and in the past couple of years. It's been the place. I want to get to so like changing it to a place where i get to celebrate that i made it there and then that's where the work actually happened so making the pain cave bigger is how i view it instead of like pushing the pain cave away and all i mean it's just telling myself a different story about that place where it hurts so bad you know where before it was like surviving it and now it's like this is so cool we made it here and now we work. I'm courtney walter. And this is the ritual podcast. Don't rich role podcast. Hey everybody. Welcome to the podcast. My name is rich. Role i am your host and my guest. Today is the world's best female ultra runners straight up and when it comes to the really long stuff races two hundred miles and longer. This person is arguably the best period lover of nachos fashion icon. Joke teller courtney. Do alter is a humble master of mental crit and boundary busting physical prowess and honestly just really fun to hang out with in addition to being named one of the fifty fittest athletes in the world by sports illustrated and a two time. Ultra runner of the year. Among courtney's countless wins and many accomplishments she was the overall winner including beating all the men at the mo- app to forty in two thousand seventeen a ratio one by an absolutely mind blowing ten hours. What else earlier this year. She won the last man standing big dog backyard. Tra- by clocking two hundred eighty three miles again beginning all the men as well. She also won the women's division of the western states one hundred and two thousand eighteen. She broke the tahoe. Two hundred female course record in two thousand eighteen by eighteen plus hours. She was the fastest female at ut nba in two thousand nineteen. Perhaps the world's most prestigious ultra your week however subsequent to this conversation which was recorded at the beginning of june courtney had a bit of a rough go of it at the hard rock one hundred dropping out around mile sixty two due to some stomach issues but she will be towing the start line. Utm be on. August twenty third. This one is fun. It was a total honor. To spend time with courtney. And it's all coming up in a few but i i get a lot of. Dm's these days asking about training asking about nutrition. What do you eat. How do you fuel. What is your go-to snack or performance. Nutrition i have an interesting history with bars. I've eaten so many performance. Nutrition bars over the years training for this race and that race that now honestly i find most of them unpalatable hard to stomach or face. It not that nutritious. But and i say this emphatically the one. I have always loved that. I continue to regularly enjoy and that hits the mark. Nutritionally is go back rose macro bars so much..

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What Is Going on With KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics?

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:44 min | 4 months ago

What Is Going on With KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics?

"We've been tracking too. I mean they're all it's all kind of one story but has divided into several different stories. This point which is the acquisition the investment and then the acquisition of k. k. w. beauty and kylie beauty into cody. And how cody which is a conglomerate that owns lots of different brands obviously k. w. and kylie were kardashian brand seed beauty was the their contract manufacturer and now it's become very complicated. See beauty was suing k. K. w. an kylie over sharing trade secrets with cody. And now they're sort of genius or not so genius trying to rebrand Katie only and reformulate to be like vegan and clean but when we all really know what they're doing is they have to make formula so that they're not using see beauties. ip and like they can serve accord allegedly. I didn't even put that together. Just released this morning and i was like. Oh of course. They're going to get on the clean. We're all using the in the air quotation marks. But they're all going to go down that train. But i didn't even put it together that it would be because they can't use those formulas from yeah. Yeah and if there's one person who i don't think gives a f- about clean beauty. It is kylie jenner. I love her and chris. I don't think i just do not think that. That is where their heart always make. Fun of courtney for being that girl i yeah. I think that they're just fine with With with all the with all the the beetle juice or whatever they use in yeah die. There's post in. Their kitchen

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Analyzing the Boom in True Crime Content Across Media Platforms

The Piketon Massacre

02:24 min | 4 months ago

Analyzing the Boom in True Crime Content Across Media Platforms

"The true crime podcast audiences seventy five percent women. That's kind of an astounding stat right. Well i think as we are more socialized to know that the world could be dangerous in us a place. That's dr heidi horsely. She's a psychologist specializing in grief. Counseling and his co founder of the open to hope foundation or constantly looking at our bass being very aware of our surroundings nothing in allies at night. you know. we're very very aware that we be victim us. So i think that and i also think women are very social we. We're very connected. One understand other people. I think we tend to be very people oriented earned maybe in family oriented. Nothing arch but often slim our remorse. And maybe that harbors. Well like protecting our pack. It's an interesting thing. Because i hadn't realized the true crime audience was quite as skewed towards women as it is and i'm certainly a watcher also and i think it allows us to feel to. You know we see something that's like love based or brings us laugh films. Get to make us feel things that maybe we don't necessarily want to feel jeff as a man. What do you think about that. It's definitely a different experience. Being a man like i don't have to look over my shoulder in the same way. After a certain age. I think for most men. You're not prone to being a victim. And i can walk through a parking lot without fear which i think is a privilege that i have not fully appreciate until working with courtney and stuff on crime projects so being aware of that privilege i think is has been eye opening and i think putting myself in your shoes in listening to a podcast i would like. Oh yeah that's a red flag. You could see how a toxic relationship between jake and hannah or however you describe it. What can you learn from that. It's way easy to spot things in other people's lives in our own to you know so there is a real tool from that we can look at anybody and say oh. I see the red flag bear and is that bad from psychological even for listeners. Who are listening to this driving on their way to work or you know doing whatever it is we do when we hear a podcast is it because we are desperate to hear other people's bad stuff because our lives feel better. I don't think so. I think it's people are desperate. Hear really extreme tales because it helps us categorize things in our own life and maybe look out for things differently because when you're in the thick of it it's really hard to see out of trouble. Sometimes we don't spotted as cleanly in our own lives

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"courtney" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:01 min | 4 months ago

"courtney" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"And matthew so me who's the biggest complainer in this group. Glaxy courtney. Who is the most annoying drunk in this group. I'd say me. If i was bad b'aliya who is the biggest suck up to captain. Sandy me david. Courtney who do you think is the biggest suck up to captain sandy matthew to face who is the best at his or her job mulia. Katie and Courtney who do the guests tend to like the best who talks most crap about the rest of the crew courtney lexi. Who would you least want to work with again. Lexi courtney who do you think as the highest freak number in the bedroom and not hit me. Who has the biggest potty mouth matthew areo s. wants to know me. Do you believe lexi is as rich as she says. She is and lives in an eight thousand a month condo because if she is why should she be working as a second stu i mean i did see she just got engaged to pretty wealthy man so possibly there you go. Maybe she does it for fun. Courtney shayne f said it was so sweet watching z. Console you tonight. It seems like he really cares for you. Did that moment make you see him as a little more than a make out. Buddy i mean. I don't remember most because i missed tequila. Yes we have established that all right okay. Let's say questions for virtual fans. Chris from ontario as a question for me. Hey chris hey andy thank you. Sit evening ladies. You both like super gorgeous tonight. My question is for me. And it's a two parter first off watching back. Tonight's episode. did you have any idea that both lloyd and david rick crushing on you and if so did that make your position as their superior harder or easier. Okay i think at first. I didn't know but then it became pretty obvious now. Too much lloyd. But with david and no didn't really make my position as their superior harder. It just makes the line of like trying to crush feelings and also support them on deck a little blurry and by the way follow up from eileen de on facebook wants to know. Do you notice the resemblance between your ex. Tom david no okay. Eileen no okay. Let's go to kevin and dakota from salt lake city. a question for courtney. Hey guys. I am a high courtney. Okay so court me. Are you guys lovers or brothers. Were all bass dis. Oh right all right anyway. He was going through your mind when lexie says she didn't know if you've been stocking day before borrowing your spoon. Did you find that funny over. You.

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Why Nyiah Courtney Had to Die

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:40 min | 4 months ago

Why Nyiah Courtney Had to Die

"I had a kind of a piff. Today as i was listening to the carnage of what happened in. Dc in chicago this morning in baltimore. They've recently released the stats for the children in public schools. Forty one percent of the children in the public schools of baltimore have an f grade. The gpa is one is one now. What's that got to do with beautiful naive. Courtney's death everything really. What happens if a culture a group part of society is inculcated is indoctrinated to think that education is an important or is so ill served by the teachers and the unions who couldn't care less about their fate that even if they wanted to learn they can't because they're too busy not teaching for some cova regional something or too busy teaching them garbage like critical race theory. What happens if a whole ethnic group a whole slice of society. Whatever skin color. Whatever socioeconomic background starts off being told you can't learn or you shouldn't learn when they leave school at six eighteen what options they have may become tech giant's entrepreneurs can they become a white collar professionals during their business from home on the zoom kohl's. Let's basically two options. They can become dependent lackeys of the state. Stop pushing out babies from various different fathers who are encouraged not to stay there because then you get more money from daddy state who wants the other option. You know what it is. You leave school in those skills. Nobody to help you get your first job. The democrats have created a minimum wage. Destroys your chances of getting the first ladda on your career. The first rung on your ladder because mcdonalds is going to have a little electronic kiosks to order your hash browns. And you big mac and you don't get that job. So what are you turn to crime. Forty turn to

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DC Police Identify 6-Year-Old Killed by Gun Violence

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:19 min | 4 months ago

DC Police Identify 6-Year-Old Killed by Gun Violence

"Weather alert station through the evening New tonight. Police have now identified the six year old who was shot and killed last night in Southeast D. C. Her name was Nadia Courtney and she was to start first grade this fall. Five others were also shot but are expected to be OK. At a press conference, D c police chief Robert Conte and Mayor Muriel Bowser called for an end to gun violence. So I am asking That we all stand together and say no more. I am sick and tired of being sick and tired. Niall was killed. Somebody else could be killed tonight. Somebody else could be killed the next night because too many people are willing to use guns of reward of up to $60,000 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. Keisha James. W. T O P. NEWS I'm Nick Pinelli. This latest case involving a six year old girl being killed follows a very disturbing trend in the area, marking the fourth child under eight years old to be shot over the past few months in D. C. Alone In May, a seven year old girl was shot and seriously injured while playing outside in Northeast a few weeks after that a five year old boy was left with serious injuries after he was shot outside his home near Logan Circle. Earlier this month. On the Fourth of July, There was another shooting involving a young child as a five year old boy, playing in his Columbia Heights

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Kate Courtney on What It Takes to Compete as a Professional Athlete Today

The Ready State

02:36 min | 5 months ago

Kate Courtney on What It Takes to Compete as a Professional Athlete Today

"It's interesting. Even our cyclist levi is was really good. Ski racer a great athlete and then picked up realize you could out suffer. Everyone pizza gone. Is i think he could be half a world champion in multiple sports. He's so talented. And the people i know who know him. All say the same thing that he is the most like athletic person and then we're starting to see it more and more that the cross disciplines is bananas. Do you feel like that's common in lot of the other women in the world cup that they're that talented as athletes. Not just this one thing. I think at this point they have to be to be successful. I think it's gotten so competitive in a really exciting way. You know the last two world cups we had there were. This is the first time. I've raised a world cup with field over one hundred. I think we had one hundred seven women on the start line offset which is so epic and also not that many women fewer than the men's category. So we're kind of like getting to equality of participation. Which i think is really exciting and a point where you can't say. Oh but it's less competitive in the women's. I think austin more we would say that the competition is often way more interesting to watch the women race. Yeah and with regards to you. Know kind of being a well rounded athlete. When i started mountain biking people weren't really doing strength. Training and i came from ski racing and transition about making and started really focusing on that sport and i hired a ski strength coach to be my strength coach and my mountain by coach. Hated it he said it makes you tired or sore like this is detracting from your ability to succeed but i think for me. At that age. I was riding on development team with like as riding mostly with guys and i couldn't keep up with them on the descents and i felt like part of it was my physical strength. It didn't have the upper body strength to manage the bike at high speed. And when i did core on. When i did kind of all these things that i was doing in my gym routine i would get on the bike and feel more confident and comfortable and powerful in like a had more control over the bike. So i like kind of diagnosed heels in instead i'll be doing strength training and moan behold. It's it's really become a focus and for me. It's been a challenge to continue to evolve in always feel like i'm one step ahead of everyone else. Hopefully doing new things or exciting things in my strength training but now you see across everyone at the top of the sport is doing it and doing it very seriously with well trained highly skilled people to help them.

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Things to Avoid While Simplifying Your Life by Courtney Carver of Be More With Less on Personal Growth

Optimal Living Daily

02:22 min | 5 months ago

Things to Avoid While Simplifying Your Life by Courtney Carver of Be More With Less on Personal Growth

"Avoid these seven deadly sins while simplifying your life or making any positive lifestyle or habit. Change number one comparison when you compare your efforts to others especially others who are years into the process you discount the progress you've made and the benefits you are experiencing stay present and keep your eyes on your own stuff. Use other people's experiences as inspiration. Create your own adventure when it comes to simplify your life because after all. It's your life number two impatience. It might take three years to pay off your debts or ten months to simplify your wardrobe. He didn't complicate your life overnight. And you probably won't simplify it overnight when you feel impatient and frustrated at things aren't happening faster. Focus on the benefits your experiencing right now for instance if you're paying down debt but not even close to finishing. Perhaps you were sleeping better because you know you aren't going deeper into debt. Or if he started decluttering. Think about how you feel in the most decluttering space in your home. Use that feeling as momentum to declutter the next space number three guilt letting go stuff and obligations can stir up guilt. You might feel guilty for letting things build up for not paying attention to what really matters. More for overspending. It's time to let the guilt go with the stuff you've paid enough. He paid with your money. Your time and attention and with your hearts and these guilty feelings you can let go now number four perfection. There is no one right way to do this. Simplicity thing but if you're focuses on doing it perfectly chances are you won't do it. Matt all give yourself permission to figure things out along the way i can think of many times. I didn't try something. Because afraid. I can do it or because i was afraid i wouldn't do it. The right or best way. Usually though i was just afraid it would be ugly when i say ugly i mean challenging to figure out or uncomfortable and imperfect now i try things unify. Don't know how or don't know if they will work. I turn things upside down. Burn them down. Build them back up recreates reinvent rewrite and stumbled through until my ugly idea turns into a butterfly. Perfection doesn't encourage you it derails you. There's no room for it in your simple

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Chrissy Teigen in Talks With Oprah to Do Big Interview

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:30 min | 5 months ago

Chrissy Teigen in Talks With Oprah to Do Big Interview

"Chrissy teigen is in talks with oprah sitdown interview so crissy's very long apology yesterday after acusations of cyberbullying is not working which is why the star that troubled star. He's looking to the dramatically reset the agenda sources tell me the following quotes chrissy has been advised that it's best to go into hiding low and she's being told that if she shuts up past other shutting up is not exactly her style which is why she's talking to oprah to markle type sitdown interview to tell her truth. Sources go onto ad. Chris's a fighter and she believes that she's such an excellent communicator. She is that she can talk self out of any mess. I'm not sure that's true. She's reached out to several friends. Who have convinced that this would be a good idea. Donny what do you think you know. I actually i. i've always liked christie teagan. I think this time though. What she said was really hirsch harsh and was really hurtful and it wasn't just to one person it wasn't just courtney stodden it was lindsay lohan. It was fair abraham. It was this new guy from michael stellar from project runway. These are multiple multiple people. And i think now it doesn't matter what she does you either. You have made up your mind about who. Chrissy teigen is an additive. Her apologizing for the hundred time is going to change your opinion.

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"courtney" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"courtney" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Why does it have to be labelled specific for black people for to make impact for doesn't have to be this. Is the black health plant like he doesn't have to be labeled black black black mortgage credit. It doesn't have to be labelled that for it to have impact in our lives and it's like why does it have to come pack. Also we you talk about what barack obama was facing. Things honestly couldn't be packaged as just this clan. Whatever it may be whatever issue the black plan. Because i would have watched curious black supremacy. But they would've lost their minds. Courtney you bring up a good point that makes me think of Body cams for for the police mama pushed back but he yeah to say it so that was one of the three that was you realize he said the way he said it to the community. Like civilians was this way. We can keep the police honest. He said it to police that so this way. If you know you're not doing any misconduct you have proof that you didn't do it. He knows how to be. He knew what to say right. He had just presented at the one way. Police use reimbursed. All we're not signing off on this ship yep messaging right is lying messaging works. He's like he said the same message to different ways to do different commute because he just went the way of just talking about well. This is just so to. Police can have proof. It's like when and why so basically i word doesn't mean anything. Now see how that works like. He knows how to talk. This is how diplomacy really works to say things to get everybody on board for the same idea and then also what i think. People don't realize and recognize that when policy is crafted deers research. That is done before. Ross is crafted so when it came to creating the aca barack obama and his his team of policymakers and folks who write legislation. they already knew and understood. That black people were underinsured. That black people made up the the demographic of the most uninsured or underinsured americans. They know that. Because that's how policy gets written there's researchers policy analysts that this groundwork before policy is even written so the fact that it's not specifically titled the black plan doesn't mean they don't know what type of impact is going to have for black people correct threat and that is a very segue to our next topic the contract with black america..

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"courtney" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"courtney" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"So, before I introduce my guest I, just want to say what I've been watching this week I have not been watching much to be honest but the circus did come back on showtime, which is as a lot of you know one of my favorite shows, they, of course, break the fourth wall with the covert of it all which is really well done and it's just such a good show they managed. To make everything suspenseful and thrilling even though we already know what's going on and it's of course politics. So I just love that show I'm watching unwell on net flex of crazy show there's episodes on breast milk and how adults are using that to bulk up and this one woman that pumps eighty ounces of breast milk day it's really insane There's a kind of disturbing episode on essential oils and. Multi Marketing and there's it's I haven't watched all the episodes yet but I think a pretty good job of sort of showing you a lot of different sides of the industry of wellness, recommended it I think it's really well done. It's done by the folks at left right who also do the circus look at that it is realized they're just such good filmmakers documentarian producers really really good today on the podcast Courtney Sexton Courtney has been senior vice president for CNN film since two, thousand, thirteen she has the best job ever working day to day with filmmakers to supervise the production of. Documentary films for not just three coal but distribution across olive CNN's platforms, which now, of course includes HBO and Hbo Max some of the films you talk about include Blackfish, which is you have to see it if you haven't seen it classic three identical strangers, same there and new doc on HBO. Max, called on the trail, which is about female journalists covering the campaign trail for CNN very well done I. really enjoyed it. We talk about how all these docs got made what Courtney's looking for in a film and who her white whale is documentary subject. You might be surprised. Hi, Courtney. Hi, they're. Nice to have you you very much first podcast oath your first podcast. My first time cast. So thank you for. Letting me. Join you on the airwaves. Absolutely will I'm honored that you're doing it. You are behind some of the best documentary films. Of all time, I just can't even believe your resume. I just kept adding an adding to my notes just all these incredible films that you've had your name on its kind of overwhelming in an amazing way. While I have been very fortunate to be a part of, as you said, a lot of great scrums and I I I feel very fortunate. So thank you for saying that in and I feel I feel very lucky. We're going to get into some of the films in a little bit more detail 'cause there's so many in so many great ones but I kinda WanNa start to beginning because I don't know that much about you. We've obviously never met but now we are and I wanNA know sort of like, where did you grow up? How did you get into documentary just a little bit more about your background Sure. Yeah I I. The Midwest I grew up in Spencer the first half of my life in Indiana and made my way to the West Coast with this dream of working documentaries and you know really sort of thankfully naive enough to think that you could move to Hollywood and and make it happen. So I early days I was. I was working actually You know more in the scripted world just getting my feet wet and I met a director Davis Guggenheim who just he took a shot on me and brought me in in in sort of with my first You know real job with a documentary director and I spent a few years with him was bringing me down. Or is that before that? It was before that we we you know in the in the course of working for him. We went to participant media together. It was when it was all I guess it's now participant at that time I was participant productions I had just launched, and they were looking for somebody to come in and start their documentary division and they hired David. So I went with him and sort of very quickly You know and they get the idea of it came to us and I think that was you know I think six months and I want to say and then it was decided that he wanted to do was well. So it was a quick time that he was an executive and he went off to direct that and then ultimately just continued directing and left the company as an executive and I stayed on there and spent close to the next nine years Just really learning. Learning development learning the side of the Business Diane Weyermann had come in here later from Sundance and no was really my sort of with Davis the foundation of my career in and go out there and CNN came to me I think in two thousand thirteen and felt like a a good jump for me to be a platform that had a distribution side to be you know two different type of company and you know again sort of building something from the ground up. So you know I've spent most of my career between pnn impetus spent McRae without a few years with Davis so. That's that's the story. So what was it that drew you to documentaries and working documentary originally when you first started.

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"courtney" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"courtney" Discussed on Technically 200

"There's not that many of us but like. Super kind intelligent women amazing And those two places, so you know club meeting stuff like that going back to that. It's those niche. For lack of a better word Mitch clubs that like I found out about companies. They were You Know Hey, we know we don't have that. Many women are. You know sometimes they're training might not be in. This is not just Ge. Disney every company thought of working at. If? He's not willing I, but these times are different like again. I was searching for jobs, or all of this stuff happened. You know in two people looking for jobs now are. Looking for jobs in the future like if you're still in highschool. If company is not making a statement, or you know saying we're doing five million or a milk. Whatever whatever price tag? You know to an organization dedicated to helping black. Next or Hispanic, or you know any type of minority group right now. keep that in mind. She take noted that I think that made a difference for me like I'm like. Do they even care about diversity and inclusion like they don't want to work? They're not supporting people that look like me and at the end of it like. That's another thing too I should have said this many getting like. Sometimes you are. You're caught in the where you are. And I don't want people to think like Oh. Courtney muscle know work at companies fully support black people, and you know I wish companies did of course, but it's like you sometimes get. In that mindset of I have to work here because I need a job and it makes me so sad that that's how we feel, and like I have family members who are like that. You know I feel like I'm caught in this job because I'm black and I. Don't think people will hire me and you know I. Try to help as much as I can. As a new Grad you know telling. Students or like appears La you know all these companies have that mindset like Oh, like we're just hiring them for our diversity numbers or the their diversey hearts using their diversity higher. it's it's as berry such. It's murky waters like my whole brand. Just now told you like. It's such murky waters, but. The Times are changing signs and violence type thing like that is so true and it. Companies are willing to do that linked to say that you know say that we've done wrong or. It's owning up to it and taking action I. Think there's all this. You know an companies not wanting to do that. May put him at the bottom of your list. I don't know. Your silence. Speaks, volumes in his office so much louder than which are actually saying right aches, saqlain will so, where do you see yourself in? I I. Say the next five ten years, but just generally in the future. Where where do you see yourself headed? Kobe Kinda. Through us all for a loop, so maybe. It's yourself next week. I guess okay next five gladstone hopefully still have a job. So that's good. Still get paid a corporate America. But on that note, I hope and pray to feet in. I WANNA be in a company. I really loved on not saying I. Don't let the company I'm at now, but at the end of the day I wanNa make sure that I'm making positive change for people that may not have been listened to in the past. so specifically like I really love healthcare, and I've been really passionate about it. I lost my aunt to cancer back. In my junior high school and that was when that. That spark of like I don't think families should go through losing their. You know their family member to cancer specifically. You know people of color like we were. Disproportionately affected by things like that so. I don't know maybe it'll be in a healthcare. I just WANNA. Make sure I'm doing something that's positive for our community, or you know the world or something. That's a pretty lofty something pretty locked. Say but I WANNA make positive change advent of the day like I want to be able to say. I felt like I've changed somebody's life. Today Kinda thing at the end of the day. All I WANNA stay in technology I think for at least next ten years so I wanted to circle back to something that you had mentioned earlier in yeah your. Use of that both your parents are in stem. Yeah. And that was the case for me as well my dad. He's an insurance. My Mom, she was an you know she was a bookkeeper, and so are you know math Bethel's good join math. and. You Know You said that Your Dad was an engineer and your mom. She was also an. She was in I asked. Centuries has information systems. Yeah, okay, so in not to mention the fact that even the you said it was late US started with computer science back in high school. So when I think of some of the students that we serve at the Collagen just other women black lat next women, other women of color out there who may not have that type of exposure early on or or access to resources. How do you think about them getting connected? What are some things or some ways that you think they'd be able to to reach where you are and beyond? I definitely prefaces like I. I feel like even after getting a four year five year degree. That I know a lot, but I think there's so many things I don't know there's so many. I got gotten that breadth like I know a lot of different things, but a lot of different stuff and technology, but I don't have a certain focus I think that's the one big thing like. someone told me like maybe my sophomore year you should pick a a a language and focus like a programming language, because at the end of the day. You never know there might be a job opportunity that's just looking for. React and they want you to build a Web APP and reacts. So I think my biggest piece of advice is. There's so many things online like if you have the chance to access. You know, have an Internet connection or you know have a device that makes the Internet. there's tons of resources I still use to this day like there's. Like I said I, there's so many things i. don't know and. I go. I go to Google I. Essentially you know for every question I may have. but I also think it's another. I feel like a lot of her black women like women and minority people. I've met. That are super willing to talk about things that they've done in like how they've Kinda got their start. 'cause it's shocking. How many people have done boot camps in stuff like that? In also being bold with job applications, if you even if you feel like you're not qualified just supply. And as you think you only have like three out of. Five skills or something so apply. There's so many different coating curriculums out. That are free on top of that. You know we don't like to pay for things. Yeah that's where I got along with my like little skills like not even from my degree I got from. You know learning online or doing a. Little, coding tutorial or something we'll Courtney Campbell of the Ohio, State University fame, and did Yo- pre. I am so grateful for your time and for your inspiration. Yeah and I know that folks have loved hearing from. You can't wait to have them back for for our next episode, but also hopefully we can. We can do a follow up with you as well. Yeah Accordion Yeah thank you to you. Thanks for so much I. appreciate it. Appreciate the compliment. Every. Absolutely will thank so much and have a good one. Thank you to. The techincally two hundred podcast hosted by me. Mat Stevenson post production is handled by Norio Aurelio. Our theme music is produced and edited by DJ slights. Have a recommendation for block or Latin next. Feature! Email me at.

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"courtney" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"courtney" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"All take showers. Yeah I kind of a little bit of history lesson for me times. I look at a recipe and the name of the recipe and I do a little research on it. it really fun. I, mean I just love the whole burning process and and getting my hands. Dirty is my best way to learn but I just about the ingredients, but truly like the history of it. It's been really findings well. So I'll. I'll put all the links. To. The website and everything else, but then I'll make sure to add in the the podcast link. You'RE GONNA COUNT INTO PODCAST and author ten. People. Give people turn onto the IT looks called. The first episode. It looks like it was your host. Courtney rich fine joined the journey. And then embracing life, course corrections with faith in resilience. Powerful titles. Everything will be a little different. Everyone's stories different, so we'll just you know they'll be a different theme each time and different interview and there may be some more stories for me here and there because I've got a good collection. Exactly. This year from over the years so I think it'll be kind of a good compilation of. Of all of it. I can't wait to I. started listening to the to the wide, listen to the trailer, and then part of the first one, so I'll get I'll get through the rest of them. Yet. I used to listen to a lot more because they used to drive a lot for my job so I know now. Listen to my exactly exactly. Well Hey, I truly appreciate the extra time, so it was awesome catching up with you, yeah! I appreciate it absolutely and best wishes through twenty twenty and. Stay healthy or thanks Gordon. CARE..

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"courtney" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"courtney" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"Weddings and The graduations, and and trying to just bring smiles to people's faces, and I think you know that kind of one of the greatest gift you can give people right now you know especially or the other day actually and wearing my knots and a Lotta people. Most people had their masks on. It's not mandatory here in every store. But one of the things I just walked feeling really sad about was that it was hard to smile at people. Try and my mascot mining, but I I don't know if they can tell him finding that and I really miss. Did back and forth smiles with someone when you're going down and I'll or you see someone you know or just a stranger that glances at you, and you can offer them a smile, and all of a sudden hidden in not one simple gifts that we're able to freely give whenever you wanted to. Kinda taken away from you and that that thing me sad for a minute. You know and I. I hope that we can get back to. You. Know finding one another. But soon as I feel the same way it's like. I still take my dog for walks, and we'll go out and go stores, and we are saying my wife and I were saying the same thing it's like. All you see are the is, and you're like because that person mad at me or is the happy, or are they paying attention or And so interesting to. Be Able to just read is it's kind of weird? Yeah Yeah, So what are the other? I was GONNA say. What are they asking? She started was a podcast which I'm really happy about. L. Thank you. Yeah, this is. For a little while and wants to the beginning of May. It's called Courtney the the cake. because. It's actually not much about take at all. I'm going to keep all the checks. All the recipes on my blog and instagram. But the puck cats, it actually brings my career full circle because I. Started out in broadcast journalism. Love telling stories, and then I went onto media consulting, and I traveled the country for over a decade, moderating focus groups and interviewing people, and even though it wasn't necessarily a one on one interview, or wasn't about their life while we were talking about different television shows that we were testing or talent or themes on us so. I could get a little nuggets of information from these people about their lights and I would sit there and after every. Interview and I'd be on the plane and I'd be thinking about these groups, and all these different strangers that I met all over the country for. Over ten years. Everyone thought a cool story, everyone's got something behind the face that you see every day and the more I got to know people, the more groups I did you realize everyone story matters, and that was just always something that I loved about the job while I was doing that, so. When I got approached me about doing podcast and thought about what would I want to share? We do so much in the kitchen on instagram already and. Takes I thought you know what it's the feeling. That I hope people get when they're in the kitchen and when they're learning from me, we're making cake together. You know the joy, the happiness, the film of pride, but they walk away from those moments of learning and creating feeling really good enough lifted, and that's what I want them to feel contest to and I thought you know what I mean. If their stories, I love storytelling and I really improperly just. People but depending great story to share something that we can learn from I think that we can really relate to as well because you know Alex could be you. It could be me. It could be the neighbor down the street and we're learning from one another anything. That's very relatable. Do Do. You think that the. Do you think the podcast will help you get new listeners that you want to. You know new fans that wouldn't necessarily. Want to though about more cakes, I. Mainly, I would help so. So because you know I do. Have people on instagram follow differed the entertainment of it. Really plan to make anything and they just like to watch, take being decorated, and that's fun. I like three pictures and fun video too but I you know after the first couple does Aired you know, and they're out there now. It's been fun to have some people like those people who don't necessarily date. Right me and say okay, you not. Follow you, but being able to connect with you on this different level about something totally different. And really like next level for me and you know I think that US even more because I open up about. My history and my why you know why I started to make cakes, and there's always something for there's always something more meaningful to the choices that we make in the people that we are, and you know open up and share my story and my first episode, and then in my second and third episode I talked to my mom and dad, and they there might be rows and so Wednesday this week. episode with my mom, she now, but. See had quite a journey to you know, and just this incredible story that made her the woman that she is and I think so many people will relate to her story, and and then my dad's and then I've got some.

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"courtney" Discussed on Somebody

Somebody

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"courtney" Discussed on Somebody

"The first thing that coordinates friends did is went looking for clues. They went to Belmont. Creggan the neighborhood. Where Courtney was shot they saw skid marks and some broken glass on this corner near Catholic Church. They scooped up the glass and talk to a neighbor who says she heard gunshots. We put up reward posters all over the neighborhood so we would would flyers and and we were on the radio. Anybody that can help us get answers. I offered a five thousand dollar reward. Then six thousand then sixty six hundred in the in. We put up ten thousand dollars but we got no answers. We try to keep Courtney story alive in the news. So here I am on a local show called Jamaica funk the mole us a little background of Courtney what what would it. Courtney do? Quantity was a senior sales were up at world ventures travel industry and he arrived in member of the of the Chicago area so he wasn't just trying to solve this case. I was also fighting to protect his name. Police say Copeland was not a gang member. They can only guess right now why he was shot he graduated at least that he wasn't a game member. Why was that even a question? I had to do everything I could to protect his image when reporters asked to use photos of him. I made sure he looked his best. Also just don't want the narrative to beat negative about Moss love. He was not that that fear. Okay so you prefer. We used the picture of him in the talks. That's facebook page. Did this to us. You turn yourself in that you ask for forgiveness from God looking back at my face on TV that night. He di is literally hard to believe. That was even me many many young. I remember being in so much pain but I needed to find answers. That was the only way I knew how to keep going. A few people did come forward with tips. One Guy Actually told me he was driving by the police station. And saw Courtney on the ground with cops just standing around him. This bystander basically told me when he looked at the scene. He felt that the police were doing something to him and then when I began to press him trying to get more information. And that's when he was like you know. I don't really want to get involved. You know you don't understand the police around here. They'll come after me. And then he finally told me he was like look. I have children. I can't risk my life to basically tell you what I saw Then there was a tow truck driver. He took a video. It's hard to make out. But it looks like coordinators laying on the ground outside the police station. The lights are flashing and no one is helping him. One of Courtney's friend a world venture guy named June fifth got in touch with the tow truck driver. History the Guy. Torture says his theory was that the police did it. That was the first Mickey mouse minus what he's been saying since the beginning what the police told me is that they did everything they could to save him. But you know what it just wasn't adding up so I said to myself I just got a bury my baby and lay him to rest and then I'll find out what really.

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"courtney" Discussed on Somebody

Somebody

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"courtney" Discussed on Somebody

"No an IT career at GD. It means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join. Gd It for challenging and impactful work that advances your career apply now at. Gd It dot com slash careers opportunity. After all you've been through the class of two thousand twenty deserves proper sendoff which is why Iheartradio and Doritos brings you. Commencement the podcast featuring speeches and dedications from icons we admire most here from Halsey kids. We've shown the world while we can be sold a lot of things we will never buy a dream and pit bull. You guys at generation. Stan don't you guys are generation? Make a difference? You guys generation gold change the world. Techy G John Legend Cashew Angie Martinez Khalid and many many more all have something to say to you. The Amazing Class of Twenty Twenty Syracuse firmly. Choose willfully and choose confidently. Listen to iheartradio new. Podcast commencement now on the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you get podcasts. With a special DORITOS Valedictorian episode. Where Doritos takes graduation? Speeches to another level by naming five Valedictorians giving them each fifty thousand dollars in tuition assistance and sharing their speeches with the world. You are the ones that's going to make a difference. Here's what I knew about. The last day of my son's life corny helped a friend move a phone. He talked to my mom about become an in home caregiver. The application was due the next day that day. I remember I got my hair done and that night. I caught some of the Republican presidential debate. Look at those hands. Are they small? While I was watching that courtney was given a presentation for world ventures around midnight corny swung by pies on his favorite pizza place. It's a couple of blocks from a house and Cicero just outside of Chicago. He ran into his friend Chris. The next day we were supposed to go on a little road trip. We're going to there for the weekend. So we were preparing everything courtney. Shell Chris. This book he was reading. It was called thinking grow rich. He was already on chapter three. I always tell people this story because fo weird because he left the regular phone pylons and I didn't even get him my car yet by a car and I go but I stood outside the only man. That's crazy you know. He hit the bones of the car like he's happy he's reading. The book Corny really wasn't headed home. It turns out he had this girlfriend. A CO worker. He was dating. He was heading to see her played. This nice so many times in my head. I wish I had taxed. I'm like I usually would do to see when he'd be back home. Maybe then he would have just come back to the house. I don't know why I didn't check on him that night I'm excited man. Realize because you know honest and I'm glad highest former creation before he drove into the city Courtney posted on snapchat. He's in his car wearing a red hoodie under his PICO. He looks so happy and hopefully I can do arm. His name on snapchat was born leader. Thirty four thirty four was courtney's favorite number and the night he died was march fourth three four hour. After he posted on snapchat my son was being rushed to the hospital. I am calling because I just received a patient here dory are hospital. Call the police and CICERO. Where I live and What's in Shannon his name? Is Courtney Copeland he o p? Land want that. He's in a hostel was actually en route to the police station nearby because he had been shot and then he came in by ambulance. I don't know if you want to tell her. What the nature of Injuries yet. Probably Not China talk a little. After two o'clock in the morning. The CICERO police came.

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"courtney" Discussed on Somebody

Somebody

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"courtney" Discussed on Somebody

"Corny was more a day. After my twenty first birthday on New Year's Eve nineteen ninety-three and they do remember him sleeping on my shift. Sometimes and that's my mom renee. His favorite thing was warm milk and he talked about that term the dock. Grandma still remember the warm milk you give me when I was a baby and that that was so sweet. What do you remember about the early years? You'd have like will jokes and stuff. Here's my husband. Brenton Cornish father. He's raised him since he was four years old. No in fact like the joke. He told me he was like. What do you call Stolen cheese I said what he said. Nacho cheese I like like it was kind of Corny but it was still funny at the same time he had a man. Rose have jokes. That's got got along next here. He is goofing off with some of his friends today. What's your name? Courtney's pretended to be contested on American idol. He's in the seventh grade right at the age where his voice is changing. Go make sense right mail if we make it fail -gratulations calling thank you. Go into Queenie's sure knew how to turn on the charm to get what he wanted. According was kind of a manipulator which you know he asked me for twenty dollars turnaround and ask you for Twenty Dollars. And then he was asking council twenty dollars and sixty dollars sixty dollars how he would do it and I wish I could do it for him now. According was energetic and Algorithm. I mean he was so handsome. He had this caramel color skin in the most incredible smile. He spent all his money and I mean all his money on food clothes. Haircuts shoes just came back from Wisconsin. She brought me to say. Good you google. After Courtney died I went through his phone. Look L. coining all those videos and photo and social media. It made me feel like he was still right there with me really. We call them Gucci High School. I don't know if it was because he was fleet or because he looked like Gucci may but we we call them Gucci. One of his friends was a kid named Chancellor Bennett. You might know this guy as chance. The Rapper Manjit suspended chief and I fourteen four hundred eight minutes fans. Dan Hands Minute that racket over summer school. You know what I'm saying not to and I hope I hope that doesn't have like a negative connotation and stuff but like I mean I was in school. Everybody goes summer school so yeah he would freestyle with me. We're you know could get after after school and stuff and just be wrapping walking down the street and be boxing and stuff like that. According would always tell me mom. This guy is going to be huge. That was a thing at the time like I was passing. How CDs like I was brandon CDs and like stay out of Colombian. He'd be standing out there with me. I like he had take CDs and from me and them other people's stuff to they went to Jones College. Prep it's one of the top public. Schools Chicago coordinate played on the basketball team and he helped them win the city championship. Oh when he was seventeen or eighteen he got a tattoo of a basketball across his chess. In says ball to I fall. I've always hated tattoos because I'm a religious person and I believe tattoos are desecration of the body. When I first saw the tattoo. I literally cried and I say you just want to hurt your Mama don't you? The he got more tattoos including one. That says Mama's boy. How do you like that? Corny got a partial scholarship to play ball in Indiana but we can only afford to help him so much so he had to come back home after one semester. He got a job as a janitor and a Dunkin donuts. GotTa work on my God on shoes. Put on my shirt ready for work. He was wandering through life until a friend recruited him into the business call world ventures job was to sign up members for discount vacations all over the world corny was determined to go to the top. And that's when I really show courtney turning into a man that's my mom again because of his positive mental attitude that he developed his change of thinking help people treated him. He became more of a leader now in just one year. Courtney signed up so many people. The company helped him lease BMW as a bonus ventures wings and wheels. Step one. Get Your Wings. Step to get your wheels. Ni asked me if I was signed for the car for him and I told him no way if he wanted to get someone else to help him. That was on him. So he convinced his Frank Christian Hernandes to cosign for Courtney the BMW was validation. And we all love car. Who's a rapper using his music? Video Addicted Thirties thumb. You know it was just like a typical rap video sexy girls dancing all around the guys and money and horn is in the video to out. That don't count. That horny was living the high life just a few months before he died. He went on a trip to Cancun. Donna's right now blitzer NYC did something different. Say yes I stay consistent. I worked hard. I mean this was a trip of a lifetime. He was just like he was on top of the world. He did the Macarena in the hotel lobby. He was scuba diving jet skiing. He was doing really really well getting close to move in my basement and moving in with some friends.

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