35 Burst results for "Dana"

Kristen Soltis Anderson: Nick Fuentes Was an Unexpected Dinner Guest

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 12 hrs ago

Kristen Soltis Anderson: Nick Fuentes Was an Unexpected Dinner Guest

"But I want to give you the right perspective and the right analysis over this controversial dinner. Here was a clip from CNN. CNN host Dana bash is talking to a Republican pollster named Christian saltis Anderson, listen to this exchange about the big wild dinner at Mar-a-Lago with the white griper nationalist Holocaust denying guy and Kanye who now goes by yay. You know what probably isn't a great way to get voters on your side, dine at your private club with white supremacists and Holocaust deniers. That is exactly what happened last week. President Trump had former president Trump had white nationalist and Holocaust and ironic Fuentes, rapper, Kanye West, who's now known as Ye, the former president claimed that Fuentes was an unexpected guest, and he knows nothing about him.

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What Constitutes a Family?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | Last week

What Constitutes a Family?

"So what counts as a family, amazing email from Dana, Charlie, I observed the Arizona state university Jim voting center. And they authorized sororities to bring in ballots for their entire sorority up to 40 people by a single person. Because they assume that they all live there full time and therefore they qualify as a family. I recorded this in real time and asked questions and election officials at the sites at its fine. And I was told it was okay because they all lived together in a sorority and they should be able to drop their ballots off as a family. This is a bombshell. Where are the lawsuits? I'm waiting for lawsuits. You should sue on this in particular. Now, in certain states, housemates are legal for ballot drops, but is that really what considers to be as a family is housemates? That's a stretch. By the way, how many of the members of the fraternity and sorority are actually living on site? Are they members of the sorority or are they just there? And obviously, if they're a sorority at ASU, they're very pro abortion. As I've said, I have recorded this in real time in my book, and I will email you the details if possible. So they just go to every single sorority and ballot harvest around this. And we have footage after footage after footage after footage of people just dropping off piles of ballots. It's funny, we did the entire movie 2000 mules. And they didn't stop their nonsense, but our side got more cynical. It's just, we need Abe to get across the finish line, don't we?

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Mike Lindell Was on the Job Checking Voting Patterns

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Lindell Was on the Job Checking Voting Patterns

"We talk about? I mean, I want to talk obviously about the election, but you've got all kinds of insight and information that we don't have. So share it with us as you were able. Well, I'm going to give you an overall hope right out of the gate. How sad Eric okay? When I went to bed at 2 o'clock on election night, remember if praying speech, we are running the real-time crime desk and the last thing I seen was a $200,000 vote injection in Michigan into meant to pronounce sardine and Nestlé. Dana Nestlé saw they just crush Matt, right? Just right there in that moment. And Carrie Lake was down by a quarter million votes and you had like all these Blake mass masters down Mark fincham down. All these people, it looked like they were going to just steal the whole country, okay? And we watched in real time fetterman and Oz and they kept injecting 90,000 votes. This is coming, Eric. This comes right out of the Edison report, which is people don't realize what we knew this time. It codes out to all the things. We use the CNN feed. Every vote in the country goes through Edison research in New Jersey. So I want people to understand this that goes through there. So our cyber guys are reading this in real time and drawing these graphs and they showing impossibilities that can only be done by computers, right? So we're watching this happen and I go, wow, this is, you know, I'm praying I'm going, God, don't let him steal everything. You know, we have to, we really needed to have the House and the Senate to slowly destruction of our country, why we get rid of these machines. Well, I wake up in the morning, by the way, I'm gonna backtrack. The morning of the election, what miracle that happened, I get up and you hear from all over the country, 30 some states had machine problems. What? You know, it was beautiful. You know, you heard it coming out of Arizona. You heard it on Fox News, you heard it on CNN. You heard it around the world. So

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Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts

"Evan chabet won the men's race in two hours 8 minutes and 41 seconds There was a scary moment when race leader Daniel Dana silento collapsed 21 miles in race officials say he's okay Chabet ran past him on the ground and said through a translator he felt bad for him but had to continue to race Temperatures in the 70s made it one of the hottest in November race history Sharon Loki won the women's division in her marathon debut 50,000 runners took to the streets for the 26.2 mile New York City marathon back to full capacity following the pandemic Julie Walker New York

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Dana Goldberg: Democrats Need to Have 'Boots on the Ground'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dana Goldberg: Democrats Need to Have 'Boots on the Ground'

"I think this is a boots on the ground week, where I thank you to everyone who wrote letters and sent postcards, but now is the time to go knock on doors so they can see your face and know that it's going to get there in time. Ballots are going to be counted for days after this. Some are going to be weeks and months. There may be a runoff in Georgia. We need to stay calm and patient. But I haven't lost all hope. I still think that the younger generation is tired. I think they know that if they go on this same path, their rights are going to be taken away. They're going to be stifled in what they want for their future, especially young women and trans men and non binary people. This affects all of them, respective rights, abortion rights affects more than just cis women in this country and we know that.

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We Need to Focus on Votes Not Polls Says Dana Goldberg

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

We Need to Focus on Votes Not Polls Says Dana Goldberg

"Listen, I actually, I've not lost hope. I think that, you know, I was reading stuff about the polls. I know you talked about this in the last hour, but there are so many articles about how the polls are skewed in racist ideologies and how they're using as many polls as possible. So when the Republicans do lose that they'll be able to blame the polls. Look at the polls, the election was stolen. Right. Exactly. So there's that. And the youth turnout from what I'm seeing and watching some of the even sexy liberal family in their podcasts are saying that the youth are turning out numbers. They haven't seen before in Pennsylvania. 6 days before the election last midterms 2018. And then it was just over 12,000 votes in this year. It's 50,000 at the same time. That's the only thing that counts now. I mean, I think you're right, polls really are, you know, can be because I think as you were sort of implying Dana has sort of been proven that there are a lot of Republican funded polling that is skewing like the real average or whatever they call it. So our job is just to ignore the polls at this point, get as many people as we can give both their voting coalitions all over this country. I'm hoping that they're working.

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Maxey has career-high 44, 76ers beat Raptors without Embiid

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Maxey has career-high 44, 76ers beat Raptors without Embiid

"Maxi had a career high 44 points including 27 from three point range in Philadelphia's one 1290 victory at Scotiabank arena The sixers guards 9 trays also a career high tying the franchise mark co owned by Danny Green and Dana barros It was getting good looks like me and myself and the team included We played got to the paint Sprayed off for threes I got in transition and once you get stopped you know the game becomes way easier The Anthony Melton lived Tobias Harris shipped in 13 apiece on a night Joel embiid was sidelined with the right knee injury John leatherby to run

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3 men convicted of supporting plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer

AP News Radio

01:07 min | Last month

3 men convicted of supporting plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer

"Three men have been convicted of supporting a plot to kidnap Michigan's governor I'm Ben Thomas with the latest verdicts On the count one gang membership felonies We find the defendant guilty In Michigan's Jackson county circuit court Joe Morrison and Paul bellar were each found guilty on all three charges they faced including providing material support for a terrorist act They were members of a paramilitary group known as the Wolverine Watchmen and held firearms drills with Adam Fox He was convicted in federal court of conspiring to kidnap Michigan's democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer state attorney general Dana nessel also a Democrat hailed the outcome Here's a tax and mass shootings are not spontaneous events The result of planning plotting and amassing resources and build up to violent acts Whitmer took no part in the trial of the three men but said after those who seek to sow Discord by pursuing violent plots will be held accountable under the law of the 14 men arrested 5 have now been convicted to have pleaded guilty and too acquitted The other 5 still face charges in state court I'm Ben Thomas

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Kari Lake: 100% of Illegals Are Criminals, Breaking the Law

The Dan Bongino Show

01:21 min | Last month

Kari Lake: 100% of Illegals Are Criminals, Breaking the Law

"But you talked about illegal immigration I did an interview with Dana or Dana bash on CNN last week I think it was the week before Yeah it was awesome We used clips from it on our shows It was very good then go ahead She said something like 1% of the people coming across our criminals And so after I stopped the interview I wish I would have thought of it mid interview No a 100% Right They broke the law Coming in Our breaking the law A 100% are actively breaking the law So you know and they get they get this test The government is the one who's behind this problem Joe Biden and his administration have caused the problem There are many probably hundreds of thousands who do have a rap sheet because they're the God of ways coming across If you're got away you don't want to be processed by border patrol You're not trying to file asylum of fraudulent asylum claim because you have some serious baggage when it comes to your rap sheet behind you And these are people we don't want coming into Arizona We want no illegal immigration We want all legal immigration That's the way it should be Yeah I mean what you said is axiomatically true A 100% of people entering the country illegally are criminals by the way it's not a moral judgment It's a statement of pure if you can argue with it all you want but it makes you look like an idiot I mean

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Matt Schlapp: It's Smart for Kari Lake to Go on CNN, MSNBC

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:05 min | Last month

Matt Schlapp: It's Smart for Kari Lake to Go on CNN, MSNBC

"Had dinner with Kerry Lake and some of her advisers who were great friends and they were talking through this question about going on CNN and MSNBC and throughout my career I've always agreed to go on combative media done Bill Mars show a couple of times and I think that our country is better off when people who have very different views than the host of CNN and MSNBC go on those shows. And I give Carrie Lake a lot of credit because almost all the smart political people are telling her that stupid, but I think it's smart. And by the way, I think she's winning people over in Arizona and that's a state that's more purple than it is blue. And I think it's going to vote more red this time. But I think they're arguments are actually not found. And I think that Dana bash, then went after not what after, but asked Kerry Lake's opponent. Why won't you debate her and she was like, well, she's crazy, and all she has been interrupt me and Dana bash was like, well, actually, she was on my show and she gave it back. So good for Carrie Lake. You

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Dana Goldberg: Trump Has Zero Impulse Control

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Dana Goldberg: Trump Has Zero Impulse Control

"Is it a stroke if you're both sides of my neck hurt from reading that Trump statement? I'm not sure what's happening. I think I strained myself somehow. I think it both sides you're okay. You just need a massage. Okay, thank you. Steph just read the entire statement that Trump made in response to E Jean Carroll's. When he actually, oh my God, the best was George Conway's Twitter thread when he was like, let me get this straight. You were doing fine. And then you decided that you were going to say the statements again. Not as president of the United States that you're getting sued for in the first place. And now you're not protected anymore. It's glorious. It's absolute moron that has zero impulse control. And I'm here for it. I'm here for it. Yeah. Okay, so because I know we have bombshell fatigue, we're just like is this a thing that's gonna? I know. But his Glenn kirshner and others are saying this and George Conway, I believe, said, this is beyond a reasonable doubt now. The amount of evidence we have just in the espionage case, and this latest testimony and we now know who it is, he was a White House worker that then went to Mar-a-Lago that any obviously initially must have lied or tried to cover up and then we have surveillance footage and other witnesses saying that Trump ordered him to move the boxes after the subpoena. You only think it's good evidence because he's on tape. Okay.

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'Best Before' labels scrutinized as food waste concerns grow

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

'Best Before' labels scrutinized as food waste concerns grow

"Those Best Buy and expiration labels may be prompting consumers to toss out food that's still good chopper Sharon shields says expiration in Best Buy labels on food are helpful I think it's a good idea they have expiration Dates and I do look at them and use them But Dana gunder is executive director of re fed a nonprofit dedicated to ending food waste says the different labels can cause confusion for shoppers People are misinterpreting the labels on food and they're prematurely throwing the food away because of that The European Union is expected to announce revamped labeling laws by the end of the year There is no such similar push in the United States I'm Donna water

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Stephen A. Smith: Previewing New Podcast 'Know Mercy'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Stephen A. Smith: Previewing New Podcast 'Know Mercy'

"I see you're getting into a wider world bigger than sports Is that true Yeah it is I started my new podcast last week It's called no mercy K and OW not NO but kn OW It's no mercy to podcast It's going to be on three days a week every Monday Wednesday and Friday It'll be posted it's news it's pop culture and entertainment It is politics sir It's anything and everything that extends beyond the borders of sports I'll still be doing my sports commentary from time to time But obviously as you well know I've long had a desire to extend beyond the parameters of the sports world to talk about real issues and real issues that are affecting the lives of everyday American citizens and beyond you and I talk about that on many many occasions off the air as well as on And now I have the opportunity to do it now I own and operate my own podcast In conjunction with cadence 13 they distribute it but it's owned by me I'm in 100% control of content It is not affiliated with Walt Disney or ESPN in any way And so this is mine This is what I've been waiting for for quite a long time My first guest last week was LL Cool J then I had and then I had a CNN commentator or even more than I had Snoop Dogg and this today I had Dana White of the UFC if you go to my podcast now I interviewed him tomorrow on Wednesday I'll be interviewing Chris Cuomo and Friday I'll be interviewing Sean Hannity You mean Shawn's work on Friday What's that all about He's coming on my podcast Just like just like someday soon you'll be on my project I'm getting everybody I'm getting everybody

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Did a Fascist Really Win the Italian Election?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Did a Fascist Really Win the Italian Election?

"I have been in the last day or so just elated at the result of the Italian election and I keep showing W you know social media segments of the winner of that election. This is Georgia maloney. And Debbie goes, man, Dana, you're really obsessed with Italy. And I'm like, yeah, I am a little bit, but the significance of the Italian election. Now the media is saying, well, it's this far right candidate, Georgia maloney, very disturbing because there are echoes of Mussolini. She's the new Mussolini. Well, she's not the new Mussolini. She is in fact the first Italian woman who is going to become the prime minister. And she actually is a conservative. She's center right. And I suppose the only thing she has in common with Mussolini is that they were both nationalists. Well, this hardly proves that she is Mussolini or that she some sort of a fascist. Why? Because nationalism is a very common label, embraced by people all over the world, pretty much every leader of every country. Today, as in the past, is a nationalist. A nationalism comes from the left and from the right. Let's think about it Fidel Castro was a nationalist, Stalin was a nationalist, Mandela was a nationalist, Gandhi was a nationalist in India. So being a nationalist, hardly makes your right wing, it hardly makes you a fascist. People who say such things are uttering complete nonsense.

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Joe Biden Has Blood on His Hands

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Has Blood on His Hands

"Came up just a little while ago on Fox News, cut number 7, please. Because he had a political argument with the pedestrian and believe the pedestrian was calling people to come get him. The North Dakota highway patrol is now saying, that was not the case. There was no politics involved here that they have found with evidence. What do you think about this case? What have you learned about it? Well, I'll tell you right now, this is where this driver who in my opinion did commit vegan or manslaughter committed second degree murder by running over this guy. He used a so called Magna defense saying that these guys were extremists on the right. And I'll tell you right now a bill and Dana, Joe Biden got blood on his hand. He has been dividing this country, calling 75 million people ultra maga extremists. And this person who's accused of this crime used that as an affirmative defense to run over someone and leave him there without rendering any help. This is what has happened with Joe Biden basically dividing this country by declaring 75 million Trump supporters supreme extremists and supremacists. I'm going to show you how much media coverage this story got elsewhere, Leo, if everybody can take a look here, guess what? Zilch, nada, zero. Yeah. And even if this excuse by Brandt turns out to be ridiculous and not true, you can imagine that if it had been the reverse, you would have seen a lot more coverage, Leo, last word to you. Yeah, thank you, Dana. It's obvious. The left wing media is basically providing cover for the Democratic Party's hatred towards half of this country. There's zero coverage on this issue is affirmative evidence that they are a shielding the president on this issue where he has divided this country based on hey and trying to divide this country

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Dana Goldberg: Mike Pence Is a Horrible Human Being

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Dana Goldberg: Mike Pence Is a Horrible Human Being

"Here's the thing. Mike Pence, I don't. I don't understand. He just keeps doubling tripling down. Thinking he's going to be president and so this is in which new book stupid book that I'm not buying, the Peter baker one. He told Peter baker, he has ruled out pence's running mate because he refused to help him overturn the election. Trump said it'll be totally inappropriate. Mike committed political suicide. Okay, and then they say they report the most that Pence would say of Trump is he was like an untamed lion who came into the city when the person expressed criticism of Trump that he would just simply reply. Well, we're praying for him. Because he's a sanctimonious douchebag. So he's a horrible human being. I don't even understand why Mike Pence is still in the political sphere. I don't want to hear from him. I don't want to see him. I don't know why mother doesn't just lock him up and keep him out. Put him back in the closet. I don't give a real close, real quick. Yeah, you were. Yeah. Thank you. Hey, I've been doing the daily beans every day. I swear. I almost got dumped. I didn't do it. Twitter. I didn't do it.

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Pence and Graham Are Digging in on Their Anti-Abortion Extremism

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Pence and Graham Are Digging in on Their Anti-Abortion Extremism

"Mike Pence has doubled down on national abortion ban, when asked about how the debate will play out in the midterms, Pence said banning abortion is profoundly more important than any short term politics. Yes, he is correct. You just keep going more and more extreme. It is much more important. He toasted the Supreme Court for overturning roe V wade, he told those gathered for the gala for a pro life organization that they had only reached what he called the end of the beginning. He insists there's more work to be done to restrict abortion, which I think again is excellent news before the midterms. If you could go even farther, didn't Lindsey Graham just blow up their entire, let the states decide argument they've been making since the beginning of time. A hundred percent, including his own argument. I still his own argument from August. I really still think there's dirt that they got on him from our Lago. Like I think that he's terrified right now. I think he's part of one of the 15 boxes that had been sitting there from the RNC hack. And for him to come out right now and do that, it's political suicide. It makes absolutely no sense unless he's completely lost his mind.

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A Louisiana Republican Is Terrified of Little Danny DeVito

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:09 min | 2 months ago

A Louisiana Republican Is Terrified of Little Danny DeVito

"There's a Louisiana Republican that's terrified of evil Danny DeVito. Danny DeVito? This is evil. Apparently there's Mike Jonathan objected to a sitcom that's on FX right now. It's a series about a woman in her 13 year old daughter who are trying to live normal lives even though Satan is the girl's father and wants custody of her soul. Sounds funny to me. Yeah. And Danny DeVito apparently plays Satan. So they were watching Sunday Night's broadcast of Louisiana state's university football opener against Florida. And he said, I couldn't get to the remote fast enough to shield my 11 year old from the preview. And I wonder how many other children were exposed to it. And how many millions more will tune in to the new series owned and marketed by Disney? Who would have thought that they're going to try and cancel Danny DeVito? For being out. It's hilarious. On the show, Devito voices the role of Satan and his own daughter Lucy Devito plays the daughter Chrissy, the Antichrist. And I want to watch this now. And it's a 10 p.m. show. So anything that's on that late is not geared towards children anyway.

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"dana" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

Veteran on the Move

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"dana" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

"I think there's, you know, I think there's good ideas out there, but you know, you think about even college hugs. Junk removal wasn't wasn't new. There were other companies that had done junk removal, but nobody that had done it like college chunks and then we tied in the moving to that piece, which hadn't been done before. I think there's ways of taking existing ideas and making it even better, making it yours. I think sometimes people assume that it has to be something that you have a skill set for. And I think there's something to that. But I think you should also be open to new ideas. And consider things that you might not have considered before because you can leverage your skills, your skill set, you know, like maybe in different ways. Like if you're really good at working networking and there's different things that you can do to really kind of find I think you have to find fulfillment. I think we're all looking for purpose. And I hate to keep coming back to college, but we're very we're very purpose driven brand. We want to make, you want to have something where you get up in the morning and you feel excited about what you do. And that excitement, it may not necessarily be a specific industry, but what it should be you should be able to find excitement in something, whether that's, you know, you're excited about some of the new guys that you hired and you're going to develop and that sort of thing. So I think finding that purpose and having values that resonate with you, I think that's really important. That's awesome. And last word, if somebody's interested in checking out college hunks or getting a hold of you to discuss, possibly being a franchise owner, how do they get a hold of you or start the process with college hunks? Yeah, appreciate that. They can call me directly. It's okay if I get my phone number? Sure. Yeah, if you want to. Okay. So my number is really easy. It's 8 one three 5 5 7 9 9 9 9 8 one three 5 5 7 9 9 9 9. Or you can go to the college Hong's website and request information about battle franchise. In my email address is Dana Dan a dot Hansen at the end at C H H J dot com. But yeah, man, I would love to, you know, even if somebody's just kind of kicking around the idea, the cool thing is we take a 100% stress free approach and we want this to be something where people are excited. And also we're looking to protect them by the way. So we don't want somebody to join the brand if they're not going to do well. And so if we see things that would be a concern, man, we're going to talk about those and just have an open candid conversation and just make sure that we're on the same page. And if we part ways, hey, we part ways to spread. That's awesome. All right. Well, Dana, thanks for sharing your personal entrepreneurial success story and the story of college hug.

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"dana" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"dana" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"I've almost hit the 29 year mark at CNN. And it's been a very steady, almost tortoise like situation for me. And I think that's fine. I'm Carly zakin, and I'm Danielle weisberg. Welcome to 9 to 5 ish with the skin. We've run into so many questions over the years and had so many moments where we needed advice and we got it from women who'd been there. And that's what we're bringing you with this show. Each week we're helping you get what you want out of your career by talking to the smartest leaders we know. Because we know your work life is a lot more than 9 to 5. All right, let's get into it. Hey everyone, it is Carly. Today, our guest is Dana bash. Dana is an Emmy nominated journalist from logging tape to producing hard heading segments and covering multiple presidential elections. She is basically done everything under the sun during her career at CNN. These days, she is CNN's chief political correspondent and co anchor of the program State of the Union with Jake tapper and Dana bash. Dana, welcome to the show. I'm so glad to be here. You know, I'm a big skim fan. So this is I'm fangirling right now. Thank you. I'm fangirling. I feel like over the last two and a half years, I'm like, who do I talk to the most? And while I didn't talk to you, you were just like on my TV all day every day. So I just have this connection. I definitely, I was sending you messages through television. Exactly. Well, we like to warm up this show with a lightning round here. It is quick questions, quick answers. Are you ready? I'm as ready as I'm going to be. All right, I'd like.

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"dana" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"And they deserve all of our respect. This show is about people's careers. And obviously, so much of your career journey has been intertwined with the personal showing up with you at work and you turning it into a survival tactic and your own story. When you look at your career and where it's taken you from the times to where you are today. How do you reflect on the pivots that you made and the choices you made that got you to where you are now? I think I didn't realize this early on, but I'm really flexible and open minded and that will serve you well personally and professionally to go with it. You do not hear that from a lot of senior leaders. That is probably the last adjective you hear to describe a CEO or a senior leader. That's the first time we've had someone on the show that has ever mentioned that quality. So the last two big positions that I ended up in the Pulitzer prizes and at some issues started apply for those jobs. But I thought, huh, okay, this is interesting. I think this would be cool and fun and all of that. And somebody said to me, well, weren't you intimidated or scared about going into those? Absolutely not. I'm well prepared. I've been working hard for decades. And so believe in yourself. It's hard to do that in the early days. Because you're still figuring out where the bathroom is and what you're supposed to be doing every day. At The New York Times, they used to have this well they still do some version of the front page meeting. We're all the biggest editors would go in and pitch their top stories for the day and I was so intimidated in that when I'd have to go to that meeting on occasion to fill in, that I used to ask my boss to send me because I needed to get over that fear. And it's okay to feel like an insecure overachiever, you have to know what you're good at, you have to know what you still need to learn. You have to set goals for yourself every year for how you're going to improve, take your performance reviews very seriously. The criticisms of you know when a situation may not be right for you and you need to move on, but also know when you may need to stay and dig in and get better at what you do. And I still do that myself all the time. And so I think the thing is, find something you enjoy doing and then just really work at it. I love how you talked about the goals every year. Do you still do that? I set professional goals mostly. I've achieved most of my personal goals. And there are still things that I'd like to do places I'd like to see in the world things I'd like to do with my son, some other things like that. But professionally speaking right now, my goal is obviously to support my staff at Simon and Schuster to make sure that my vision for what we're doing there is clear that they understand it that they're enthusiastic and excited about it and that we can execute at a high level continuing to promote our authors who are just some of the most amazing authors in the world. But one of my most immediate professional goals is to really, really prayerfully enhance this movie experience, not for me, but I don't forget those people who I've met along the way who have been touched or helped or influenced by the book. And if I can harness that and multiply that effect, then that would feel meaningful to me. And that's what I'm focusing on. I want to wrap up with a listener question from Lauren. Lauren wants to know, how did you build a professional network and build trust with your peers in a new industry when you made the jump into publishing? So it wasn't the first time I did that. The first time I had to do it was at The New York Times. And so it doesn't really matter what profession you're in or where what you do is you have to show up every day prepared to give your all. I think the first year or two I was at the times, I don't even sure if I took vacation. And I'm not saying don't take your time 'cause I'm a believer in work life balance, but at the beginning, you have to just, you have to work here, you know what off. And you have to do it consistently, time, and time, and time again so that you are seen as the go to person. You're seen as somebody who's dependable. You create credibility and goodwill so that when you do make a mistake, it's okay. Because it comes on top of a lot more success. And so I do that in my personal life and in my professional life, I try to do that. And you just keep working at getting better every year. Otherwise you're just stagnant. What's the point? Dana, thank you for everything. We wish you so much well deserved success and luck with the premiere as you embark on this and happy holidays. Thank you. Thank you, ladies for having me very much. I really appreciate it. It's been a joy talking to you. Thanks for listening to this episode of 9 to 5 ish with the skim. A new episode will be in your feet again next Wednesday. In the meantime, check out our news podcast, skim this. Every Thursday we cover what you need to know each week in 30 minutes or.

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"dana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"In your business school? This is my day. What did you call it choice? Oh, the sweet choice process. That is so true. Yeah, who you try to impress, yeah, because I feel like I'm always trying to going back to the Gen Z comedian took discussion. For a while, I was afraid of I was also afraid of Gen Z and I have a bit about it now. Where I'm afraid of TikTok because of some mean comments. But I've done a bunch of shows now and Gen Z the oldest Gen Z kids are probably like 22 or 23. And they're starting to come up to shows. And actually, of course, they're just regular people. They're not going to go up there and they're not like making fun of me right off the bat. I actually find a lot of them to be very curious about the world. And so I think when they do stand up, they kind of don't know what to expect, really. They're like, what is this? This is like a talking meme. What is this? What's going on here? Yeah. But they're open to the idea. So I do feel like they're very curious and they want to absorb all these different things. And all these different ideas and stuff of that. And they may not have, I mean, I'm sure there's a lot of stand up. But maybe they're not used to consuming live entertainment, you know? So I don't know if you guys have had a similar sort of experience. I've generally found that to be a good audience members, because they're just like, oh, this is interesting. I find that they like it, but I also think I know this is going maybe going too far. I think the kind of jet and Z's who go to stand up shows are pygmies for millennials. Yes. This is a Spider-Man meme. He's like, who's the picnic? Dana, you're blowing our minds right now. You're blowing my mind with the pick me meme and then fool me bringing back old school with the Spider-Man pointy thingy. I'm gonna start talking about crusades and just.

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"dana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Even tell you how many sets of those rice crackers with the seaweed. Literally, that's so funny that. That took me back. Yeah, the gift, the gifts was actually for you, Dana. Dana loves these. And I know she's on the podcast this week. Go ahead and sign it. Yeah, man. So data, you heard what kind of agents we were this week. What kind of Asian were you this week? This week, I think I was a pick me Asian just because I've been working a lot on nose contouring. Okay, hold on. Hold on here. Okay. Okay, wow, that sentence. Wow. That's so many questions already. First of all, what is a I see this sometimes on TikTok and all this? What is a pick me person? What does that mean? I think I know what I'm not sure. Is someone who's trying to distinguish themselves from other people like them for usually a white white male cis approval. We genuinely want that means. Yes. Okay, okay, okay, okay. Okay, okay. So a pick me girl. What would that person necessarily do? Pretend to like sports. She would. I see. She would pretend to be her. I don't know. Yeah, yeah, okay. Okay. Like that vibe, you know? Pretend to like all of the film bro movies. I see. That would be like shit. Okay. Gotcha. Gotcha. Okay, so you gotta pick me. The second half of the sentence, I also still didn't get. Okay. I've been looking a lot on nose contouring. Okay. Which is I'm not wearing any makeup right now, but because it's really early, but nose contouring is when you will use bronzer on the side of your nose to make it look less wide. Which I realized is like wanting a smaller narrower nose is internalized racism. Yes, okay, yes, that is, yes. Because my aversion to my flat nose is like just completely racist. I guess my you feel do you feel like you feel you got real? I got the widest nose, man. Especially at the moment. But it's they should be fine, but it's not. You know? Because of like white beauty standard. Yeah, yeah. Is it like is it like a big because I believe you're Filipino American? And is that like a big thing in the community to be like, oh, man, I wish I had to point your nose because for sure, I think some people a little bit to that extent, you know, they do, but yeah. I think like I don't know in Filipino culture, how big it is. I think it's like ten narrower noses tend to be like bigger and I think probably Korean. Yeah, I can see that. Yeah. Okay. So where did you get this? Is this a trend? So this is the thing is everyone is contouring now, including white people. So yeah, so now we're seeing white girls with already narrow nose bridges, contouring them to make them even tinier. Barbie and visible. People are contouring their nose as a way to like Voldemort status. Voldemort dude is the.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Ten minutes of reading every day to help bring down and create more surge capacity so you can meet those foundational needs a the whole point of it. All to me is that we're starting to think about it and a lot of times people aren't thinking about it. We're on this hamster wheel of every single day. Trying to get through every single day and kind of like dana was saying is like the snowball and kind of putting out all these little fires along the way that we sometimes forget that were humans with needs that require food and water and sunlight and rest in order to function as human beings and function as are most audible human beings to and sometimes. That's not even an option but we're doing the best began. But i think that's the big to me like everyone knows. I love saying the word invitation that to me is the big invitation is to acknowledge am i do. I have non-negotiables joy. Make space for them. Or when's the last time i executed or held boundaries around them. I had a a client. This week actually talked to me about that about how i have. They're saying i'm ready to to make space for my non-negotiables and really set the boundaries around saying like no not available at this time i need to do this to me was such a big deal. Such a big deal for them. And i want the for everybody. I we kind of figured if we're talking about this a lot with our clients and we're talking about this a lot with each other than everyone listening must be thinking about it feeling it and we wanted to share some of the thoughts with you guys too but i am really curious about the how the pandemic flux syndrome plays into all of this in a big way and i bet imagined that it would. I mean i it definitely does. I don't even think it. Does i know it does because if you think about how spent like september january are typically the lake start overtimes right in september especially because kids are back to school and now this time. It's like we're going back to work in person and everything like that but.

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"dana" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Dj stuff. And i think that's if i didn't have a dj career that was separate and might probably mess with me a little bit more but like at this point. It's the dana cortez show. And i definitely want to talk about your dj career in a second. I know we're just scratching the surface speaking of which i believe. It was six grade where you first started to fall in. Love with each six intrigued by the scratch. How do you know that you this. Research talked to steer mighty and obviously listen to the show yes. Sixth grade is when my friend moved from new york to the bottom of my street and his older brother had turntables. And that's when i was like oh. I'm a dj. That is It's so cool. When you have these magic moments like that where. I i wish i would have a magical moment for when i was like. I'm going to be a podcast. Or i think it was when i was living in my mom's basement after college. But how do you locate us. How the podcast doing this for four years most replying. No never stick with there. I'm gonna start a podcast three weeks later. It's over for four years so well Erikgriffin i had him on the podcast at he was from workaholics. And he's also stand up comedian and he told me you only fail if you quit and so i'm just not gonna quit yet and i haven't failed yet and i've been able to speak with so many amazing people and i think that's what keeps me going to be honest because every time i have an interview with somebody i try and dive into their world. So the dana universe and the dj automatic universe splendid better than marvel. I might say. But i feel like i get to know a little bit about you guys..

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

14:36 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Have to move away from dia culture to be able to hear hear that to hear what our body how our bodies guide us. I really love the you made that distinction because something that that I think about a lot of and i talked to my clients about when when they kind of get to that point for intuitive eating or mindful eating around that thought process i think about educating them on how to i mary what my body's desires are with what my body's needs are and then how do i learn to listen to what my body is saying and i think that's a lot of what you're talking about and sometimes my body is saying. Yeah i'd like to eat a doughnut. You know and that's okay and other towns body saying no. I'd really like eat. This hugh this big delicious salad from someplace or whatever it is and i really liked the you make that distinction that it actually is eating whatever you want whenever you want. But the thing that's different is learning how to shut out the clutter in the in the mind and all that that chatter. That's going on that's trying to dictate how we should and shouldn't be eating. Yeah definitely will also add that. I think that when people say you know monthly just about eating whatever you want whenever you wanted or people who say who who aren't practicing mindful eating and they're like i ready eat whatever i want whenever i want it very often. They're not tuned talking about being truly tuned into their bodies. So when we're stuck in diet culture we tend to think that what we want is whenever we're not allowed to have so when we are like following diet plan and then we kind of go off the rails. We were eating whatever we want. But really what we're eating is just like whatever's not allowed on the diet like all those foods categorizes quote unquote bad And that's not necessarily what you even want. But when we're stuck in that back and forth with dieting and restricting around food and labelling food as good or better you know permissible or off limits. Were eating just based on that dichotomy And it's hard to tell what you want when you're stuck in that paradigm so. I think that you know i hear diet. Culture is kind of like the chatter when he said like how to out the chatter. Dikhil i think of as the chatter that that constant like sense of judgment around food criticism about what we're eating in our body Constant fear that. We're not doing it right. They were not good enough. The shame the you know all of that stuff and so isolated in the book a little bit like this like so. We have a what i call like an internal Gps like a navigation system kind of hard wired into our bodies. And that's our bodies very sophisticated highly evolved way of telling us what to eat. Went to eat how much all of that good stuff like. We have that guidance inside. And what happens if you imagine being like in the car listening to your gps system You can imagine a situation where maybe the. Gps has turned down. The volume is turned down low. And you're like blasting really loud music you know really loud over it so you can't hear what the gps telling you. It doesn't mean the gps isn't there trying to guide you. It just means you can't hear it and that's a little bit about how i think about how diet culture gets in the way because diet cultures like that really loud music that you're blasting so when we can learn to just turn down the volume on the music and actually here the navigation system it's guiding us clearly and i think you know Mindfulness is one of the most powerful tools we have to be able to both like turn down the volume on diet culture in turn up the value on our body is internal navigation and i think a huge part of this too is that not only is a love your analogy not only is the music too loud is the diet culture music too loud right but the music is also telling you. Don't listen to the gps system because it will lead you astray right. This is another like road. Bumper obstacle that people run into when they're trying to learn a more neutral approach to food in a non-judgmental approach to food. They're like wait a minute. But i have either been told or basically absorbed right or been conditioned to leave. I can't trust the signals of my body. Because if i do they're going to lead me astray right and when we think of a stray it means i'm going to be super unhealthy and i'm just gonna eat all of the no foods right because when you're in the face of restriction your body like doesn't like those rules right so it's always gonna try and rebel against that and say like. Oh you told me. I can't eat ice cream. i want now. all. I'm going to think about his ice cream right. So then you think and this can be a reality for some people but not everybody but you think that when you turn down that music where we peel back those rules that all you're ever going to want to eat is ice cream. Which when you finally get to the place of unconditional permission to eat all foods. You're not going to want to eat ice cream all day every day because when you can start start to finally listen to those internal signals your body's going to tell you hey eating ice cream all day every day doesn't feel very great and then you're naturally going to start to crave other things but you can't get to that point until you finally turn that music down exactly and i think that that's one of the most common concerns that i hear when people are starting to go away from dieting and embrace more mindful approach food that they're like well. I'm just gonna sit on the couch. You need ice cream all day. And you know i i totally understand that fear and i think we have many of us have really want history of feeling out of control certain foods because we've been restricting them even in the research we look at you know how they kind of induced like addictive like behaviors in the rats setting. It's by restricting. Their access to the food so in the same thing happens to us when we're restricting when we feel that we're not you know we have to eat it now or never or have all of this kind of baggage around certain foods like of course he feels totally out of control around them but when we can work to turn down the volume on that narrative and the food is just food and really trust that. It's always there. We can always have it and how much of it. Whenever we wanted we start to be able to discern a little bit more like. When do we actually want it and How much do we want at each time. Where we know like i could. I could have this morning noon and night. Do i want it morning noon the night or maybe just want it morning and night or maybe you know so raval to kind of Get a little more information that's balanced and and more tuned to our body. But i think if i can say you know i i like to say. There's no mistakes and mindful eating but one of the most you know other places. I really see people You know kind of giving throwing in the towel too early in this process is that people start to lessen the restrictions around food and you they say ice cream for example is a food. That's you know. has a lot of conflict around it for for someone So they say okay. I can have ice cream. Whatever i wanted and maybe like that first day they eat a whole pint of ice cream or ice cream. They're like they come back in there. Like i can't believe you told me to like go. Buy all this ice cream. I eat it all the first day. What's wrong with you see can't do this. I can't be trusted. I'm going back on weight watchers. And like they're you know abandoned chef and like again. That's your body's really natural response to just kind of reacclimating from prolonged periods of restriction. But when you can stay with it and say okay greet. You had to finds of ice cream. Go back to the store. This have often recommend my clients. Keep the food in the house with them and like i'm like we'll go back to the store. Get two more pints maybe at four pines and see what happens and keep brief restocking. And i've never worked with someone where they consisted where they stuck with it and consistently were just eating ice cream all the time. It's ever happened everyone fears. It's going to happen but eventually start to say okay. Like i get it the ice creams there. I can have it whenever i wanted and like actually lake. I'm really not in the mood for ice cream right now. So i'm going out something else like it's hard to believe when you're on the other side with mosul do get that point but what a beautiful way of kind of having them reestablish trust with their body and being able to tune into what that looks like one of the things that we've noticed a lot of as me and dana both have a chronic. Health condition is that a lot of times. People don't feel like it's accessible to them. This idea like oh now. All foods aren't available to me because i have x. y. and z. Chronic health condition or like in. Dana's casey both have silly disease. You actually talk about this really directly in your book which is so great because a lot of people don't talk about mindful eating with conical conditions So we really love that. In fact in you even quoted mindful eating with a chronic. Health condition isn't much different than any other mindful eating. Your body provides value in for me valuable information that can guide your eating. I'd love for you to talk more about mindful eating and chronic health conditions and actually kind of showing people that it is really accessible. Yeah so you know i. I think that it's all about making choices. Mindful eating is all about allowing ourselves. You know to have choices around. Who and just because we can choose any food we want. It doesn't mean that we have to eat every single food. That's available to us. So as we start to learn about mindful eating. We often start to recognize their certain foods that make my body feel good there certain foods. That just don't agree with me. There's foods that i like that. I don't like. And i think that when someone has a chronic health condition their bodies just talking to them sometimes loud way when something isn't sitting right so you know for example if the of silly z. Is like most often. If you eat something with gluten in it like your body's going to let you know really loud and clear that like that doesn't feel good and that doesn't mean that certain foods are restricted are limits or like. You can't eat them but you can make choices around weather like it's whether you wanna eat it or not knowing that like i'm gonna eat this it's gonna make me feel terrible Is it. Am i willing to do that like do. I want to make that choice. So i think it's just about gathering information about your body and making choices Whether you know this is why. Say it's not. I think we all do that It's just a little bit more intensified when you have a chronic condition. Yeah it's really interesting because if we took this out of context right if someone was coming from the diet mentality. They're like wait. That just looks like another elimination diets. Like no because you can't get to this point of mindful eating with chronic health conditions until you learn how to disassociate from diet culture. Turn that loud music down and give yourself unconditional permission to eat all foods right like if you took this piece of advice and you still in the diet culture mindset. It does look exactly the same right. It's okay. I have see lack disease. I don't eat gluten. That's a rule right whereas now it's like i can eat gluten if i want to. Is it a good idea. Absolutely not right. But i'm an adult and i can make decisions and i'm always allowed to eat if i want to but i know from personal experience that my body hates it when i eat gluten and it feels horrible for like not only days. We're talking like weeks up to long term ramifications of like months right. So i personally don't want to have to deal with that. So is it a rule. No but it's a guideline that i choose to follow because it doesn't feel good and you don't have to have ceac disease to have that kind of reaction to a food. Either right. this can be with. Diabetes is one of the examples that you've given your book right if you have diabetes or prediabetes or anything like that and you notice that when you eat foods that are higher in sugar or anything like that that you get this hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia so high blood sugar and than low blood. Sugar in it feels awful. Maybe let's figure out a way that you don't feel awful. Does that mean you can't ever eat those foods. No absolutely not. You can always eat them but then you can work with a licensed practitioner. Who specializes in non diet. Nutrition mindful eating with chronic health conditions in a neutral nutrition. Way right like a non wait centric way and then you can figure out how to manage that on your own with out making it a rule of okay. I can only have this much. Carbohydrates or this much sugar every day because this is a diet culture rule that we're following. Yeah exactly and i think that oftentimes you might end up coming to the same ways in terms of your preferred style of eating that you know would be coming from like a rule of like i have seen so i can't eat gluten but the internal process is very different and the psychological ramifications are very different because it's coming from a place of caring for yourself and from self compassion versus this like i'm not allowed to which we tend to resist and fight back against I also you know. I'll make a plug for people who have chronic health conditions or you know think have strong feelings about foods that their body can or can't tolerate but i i do highly recommend working with a non diet dietitian because Especially when we're recovering from eating disorders or in the midst of eating disorder or just really intensely caught diet culture. The stress around eating certain foods can make our body have a reaction that doesn't feel good and often. That's not so much to do with the with the food itself as much as just the way that we're thinking about food so i sometimes hear people say well. My body can't eat this man. It's pretty restrictive diet. And as they heal their relationship with food and often work with a dietitian. sometimes they're able to realize well. Actually i can eat that. It was just my. I fear around evening. That was making my stomach. Feel so upset.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"To think about what could i just taking it away. I think is similar to like just taking away almost wants eating disorder or something like you have to put something else in there. So what else could i try in the. I think the evenings is probably the the time of day when a lot of people are falling into this pattern. So what else could i try the evenings. Or what do i need to implement my life to get that desired effect or take away from my life during the day that i don't need it as much. If that makes sense. I said i sometimes call it like with some people that try or now that also involves movement but like working on the relationship with food movement and the alcohol and then for some people like sex. Isn't there to like four of them are the three of them. And how when you work on one inevitably like others are going to be affected and impacted and you can kind of. He'll all around. That was me the first time i did my first wolf. I reflect back. The first thing that i wanted to have was alcohol and cupcakes. Like that was like what i said i wanted to go have and i remember thinking to myself like. Why did i care about alcohol. I don't really. I was not a big drinker like prior to. That wasn't anything. But i think it really feeds into what dana was talking about is if you have that restrictive mentality that you had that binge you know swing at the end afterwards and. I think that really shows that that was by pattern. My pattern was restrictive. Like oh i can do this. I can do this. Restrictive protocol. I can cut out alcohol for thirty days and then at the end of it. It's like oh my god. I wanna champagne. I don't think i ever really liked champagne. Prior to that time for whatever reason though all of a sudden all the you can think about. Be careful about saying to my saying to yourself..

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"dana" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"If you could just give us the recipe that you heard people are supposed to use when they launch a podcast. And then maybe we could talk a little bit more later about your specifically what you did in your pre launch. You said I didn't do 6 weeks. But what's kind of like this plan that you've heard in the past? Well, I've heard that you first of all need to really drill down on your avatar. So you need to know who your demographic is, and you need to be able to name this person and you need to be able to feel this person's pain. And you need to be so in touch with your avatar that when you do a podcast, that person is who you are broadcasting to. Didn't do that. And then I also heard that, of course, you're supposed to have several episodes in the bank. So you should have, I've heard anywhere from 6 to 35 episodes just stored so that you can constantly produce content. We see a lot of podcasts, ghosting that happens where people will launch a show and then you don't hear from them for like 6 weeks, and you're like, that's kind of hard, especially for a new podcast to follow. And so I didn't have anything in the bank. Like I said, I literally made the decision on Friday and did the first episode on Saturday. So I feel like all of the traditional rules, all the equipment, I was literally getting equipment in as I was recording the show. My husband would be like, hey, Amazon just delivered something and I hit pause and I ran downstairs to see what it was. I mean, it was so janky. I don't recommend anybody start the way that I started.

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"dana" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

"Now she was a financial services professional for quite a long time so she's walked the walk and talk to the talk but dana as we opened up the show for self welcome. And thank you for being here. Yeah thank you for having me. I got a lot to live up to on the show to rise the occasion with no paddle. Tell me a little bit about why you stopped being adviser. Yeah absolutely. I think just at certain points in life you kind of have those inflection moments where you start getting pulled in different directions and there were so many times where i tried to leave the industry. I just kept getting pulled back in. And i somewhere just let go of leaving..

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"dana" Discussed on Give It To The People LIVE

Give It To The People LIVE

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Give It To The People LIVE

"Start your business in soon. Lovely ladies why wouldn't recognize also wallace. She didn't over twenty is edging natural. Here stop national. Here's studio cells. We will love you now. She has no room to take any more clients. I sell right okay. So we have this thing that we call carrying capacity. Once you get to your carrying capacity. You have to know. Lego something or you're going to have to hire somebody's i'll so she has two lovely ladies network for that. Do wonderful here in so if you wanna book with beyond then on. I suggest doing that. So stop telling people to work directly should maker because on the carrying capacity has been reached right the united states. 'cause you know when a compare carrying capacity is reached that means you know the money is supposed to be i and then you need to go ahead and spend net to make sure that this way you cannot still provide services for people and the other person. I want to recognize zero. She's back the on drapes rams the hair looking good and always keeps the face legal and so if you need to make sure we came up with this thing so she does blowouts blading and browse. Is you need any house. Things done and i suggest you go see her. So she's Benefit cosmetics really center in belts. So if you need to get those browns neurons please. I encourage you those browsing because she will get you all the way together So today what we're doing. Is we change. Brown girls winning drastically me. I started when i first started as we did in charlotte. it was similar to this. We had a panel of women. We were discussing all different kinds of wonderful things that on women go through and we had a whole bunch of vendors wonderful right we gave everything which is wonderful. Brought it up here to greensboro. We did it. The civil rights museum last year. Wonderful great i'll plenty of vendors and we charge to lower fiji navy. People pay for food so this time. When i started to do was we change it up drastically and i'm just really transparent. I did so much stuff from the first ninety days of twenty nine teams that i honestly did not have the time to put behind doing this. The way that i would have done it previously. So the reason why everybody's rates don't look at me crazy 'cause you will get your refund okay just in case. We don't play those games but the reason that we decided to do. A free is I woke up early this week. And i was just like just let it be free not worry about charging people you know what i'm saying. We already have the talent that we want to have blogs. And i just go out on faith and i said everybody would i need is for god to say who's going to be in this room today so sunday all right. Let's get a little praised now. I said i don't know if it's gonna be one on. The whole room is going to be sold today. But it didn't matter to me as far as that because we would still get to record. Podcast would still recording video. You know so. But at the same time i wanted to make sure that the we did have the opportunity for the general public to be able to come out so with that indicates we are gonna move on and i added a special guest which kinda blows and special gas in this dana dodgy. Hello and no I wanna welcome to the show today. I'm gonna just give you a little background. Brown rose when he was originally started because we saw that there was kind of epidemic of things that were not positive for black women round women and there was a disparity now that still exists but if we can go ahead and create safe places for us to be able to have conversations that we don't normally have then. I think that that's something that we need to cherish and this is not as educational in in a manner of years. It'll that you'd learn but this educational in hopefully it impacts your lights and hopefully you make some people so there are some people who have already introduced to each other and we wanna keep that same idea of community going went back and forth right so give people tasks. I started last year. And i wanted to do a little bit different than some of the other. Podcasts out there. Because i felt like i'm so many live events so many different training things i wanted to be a part of those things in so that's why we reported live And so dana being one of our guest today. I'm dana is dancing so use them the whole story because i remember that gentleman in the back name and he said he was coming to. Now he said listen. I'm coming to your donna. Wanted to come. He sent me a his place. I'll buy books and he bought a book. You want your wife and everything then after. That is when i'm dana. So give them a little feedback on you and then how this hoping with us even coming together start mutual friend a quincy he had told me about and glisten allows the transition of china better myself because for years in active addiction and then costs are trying to make positive moves. He started playing sees. Hey man you might wanna talk through a late anxious of like okay. So is everybody comanche might want to do this at the right time happen so going on you know to israel face this thing called ninety day focus in at the time off struggles Know what i would do in life. So i read up what ninety day focuses vow signed up front. I think i had to work. You did a fake. He's like well. I go and he came back with book book and then next time i seen another day folk on goal and that was the one truly. Yeah and got to walk around. You know come with idea about something one by how to save money what we have to do. It was about a year last year at the hostile. Yeah because i think ninety days we had to say about certain amount of money house. Blow me little barrel sued. I have to have fifteen hundred psychotic counteract what i would doing well. Tornado came april limiting. It will says everything does look rise. Seventeen right so in. That's a lot of hours overtime. Okay so now gold. You might reach that goal so hundred that you were able to argue that what they say you got the money which really go by several or would you find some cheap brew you way for all sale. What would you do with l. Calm com johnson also becoming addicts. We'll see she is clean. Laugh rain with what you've learned with the nine day focus. I've been able to just pay attention to just myself in that. You've been on constant path of doing something that is positive in the community. But and i don't wanna get all in depth about the whole thing as far as you know all of the story. What what do you think made make the decision that you were going to stop because we're not being an addict but this going to make a change and that you were going to you know. Go through worth indian. I love the thing because it didn't want me at first His name on instagram is gonna date is dated archery one eight and so when i thought about that and i looked at the one eighty okay. So you're saying i'm gonna make this change in so you're not gonna be the same person so give us a little feed me after being fifteen years on crack running out of prison jail unannounced those walmart stealing bells you name. It is a and your berries so one day. I was back there. Honda store easy way. Jason getting hot. And i started crying. I was like god on very.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"I mean really like this is a conversation. We can have another day but christine and i have been talking about this a lot. In our weekly daily calls is it is all well in great for many practitioners and influencers and everything like we're so glad that people are finally like calling out diet culture as it is and fitness culture as it is and fat phobia and you know all of this nutrition information. That's out there. That really is just dieting and weight control advice. But it doesn't tell you what to do about it okay so this is just the identification step right and it doesn't tell you how to get out of it or what to do next. It's like okay. Well i know this has been my pattern for a long time or now i can see culture like overt or covert wherever it is but what do i do right so we saw this void and this is really where and i hope that have been doing this on this podcast for a long time but even even more so now we want to make sure that every single guest we have on there are action steps from professionals in the field. That are like okay. If this is something that you're dealing with here's something that you can do about it aside from just saying like oh just work with me which obviously working with a practitioner. Who's you and your situation and who can bring all of these pieces together is going to be the best way to go for a lot of people. But that's not it. We want to be able to give you resources so that you can start to work through this on your own and give you a bunch of different perspectives. So you can see. This is a different way of thinking about it and here are different tools based on this person's experience and how they work with people and their expertise and their schooling and everything because we don't know everything we will be the first person people to admit that i have always said on this podcast..

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Visualize and this happens for people. Even if you don't identify as a wellness chaser it happens. This happens to everybody right. So we go through our lives absorbing information like a sponge from the time that you were a kid if you're an adult and you enjoy different learning about different health trends or nutrition or you're just you know if you have health as value or even if you don't every body absorbs this information that we get from everywhere and this isn't just formal diets or protocols or whatever that we've done the past you see things on facebook you see things on tv you see things on social media you see things in magazines and grocery stores you know like you absorb all of these things. Where even if it wasn't a formal diet or something list of rules that you were following all of these things. Start to pile on top of each other to the point. Where like the situation that christina described. You can't make a simple decision around food because you have eighty seven different shows in your brain that are telling you. Oh i should have this open. I have to have it with this. Maybe i shouldn't have that. Oh no and you go through this whole thing. And you're just like i just i don't know what to do so then either you just don't eat anything or you're just like whatever i'm just gonna have this or you just go back to exactly what you were doing before. This is so incredibly comment like this situation happens. I want to say almost every single time. That christine and i get a new client you know. Especially if they had autoimmune disease chronic illness any of that they're like. I tried to do the food as medicine thing like. I've done all that stuff. i've done all the diets. I'm sick of doing elimination diets and protocols the same time. I can't just eat whatever i can't do what they're saying in the anti diet and some people that are on the intuitive eating spectrum of things that just say like nutrition doesn't matter which we know is not true right..

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"This is really. This happens a lot when we see people with auto immune disease or if you have perfectionist. Tendencies okay i have to have my perfect morning routine. I have to wake up and walk the dog and meditate and do yoga and drink ninety ounces of water of alkaline water and you know like things or you feel like you're completely thrown off and we haven't even gotten to the nutrition information part of this yet of why this gets confusing Yeah so you can see how that could using right because if you're a wellness chaser right if you can identify as that and sneak peek. If you're curious we have a quiz on our website. You can go check out and learn more about it but if you identify with someone who's been on this kind of wellness scavenger hunt You can imagine the amount of information that you've gathered that is quote unquote nutrition information. Some of it is real nutrition information. Ray but it's presented in a way on this kind of like This wellness formula aspect. Like oh if you do this this will happen. Is the superfoods come in. We became obsessed with go g berries for awhile and all of the things ray but what happens is that it leads to this web. Jungle web of nutrition information that swarming around in your mind at any given moment at any given moment and it makes it really confusing almost kind of paralyzing to make decisions around food. You know like you start to. I was thinking about recently. Dannon are talking about Some of our clients and how they talk about this in how we introduce. The idea of the nutrition jungle is because just trying to make a decision about what to eat for breakfast can become so overwhelming in so confusing. Especially if you tack on. Oh i want to be non diet too so i wanna honor what my body's desiring and i also want get away from old food rules and old diets and then you feel paralyzed because of all of distribution information. That's leading that's hanging out that you start.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"When you're when you're constantly seeking out nutrition information at other wellness trends and a lotta times. It's attached to unlocking some piece of your health puzzle. A lot of times or like the overarching thing and sometimes you know we dig beneath the surface. A few layers. It's usually are weight ray. Because we interlock weight and health so deeply in our culture so we we started thinking about this more we thought you couple this icon of seeking out kind of mentality and picture someone like walking around round trying to pick up new information like a scavenger hunt and you have this strong value for holistic approaches to wellness which deny can obviously relate to or both of the integrative functional paradigm. So that's where we came from and so we get it in so we were kind of thinking about. You don't necessarily relate to dieting but wellness protocols. Things that are good for your. How are things that you really jive with what we call it wellness chasing because you're kind of jumping from trend or collecting all of this information along the way because you're trying to seek this elusive perfect health. Especially when like. I said when you couple that with wanting to be holistic like so we're using all the holistic things you know like nutrition Biohacking Used things like you know sleep hygiene not sleep hygiene in general. That's you know whatever but you get the idea. You're collecting all of these different nuggets of lifestyle things meditation stuff than you. You kind of create this this reservoir of information. That's kind of living in your head about what it means to be well and what.

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"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dana" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"So we are going to be talking about the concepts of wellness chasing and the nutrition jungle today. So you all have probably heard us or me. Talk about the nutrition jungle in some way or form on a lot of different episodes but we wanted to flush it out what is it. Why does it happen. Why are we so confused about nutrition. Information and the place at that conversation starts is with wellness chasing so christina. Take it away. Yes so we started talking about this a lot recently. Trying to describe When you're when you're constantly seeking out nutrition information at other wellness trends and a lotta times. It's attached to unlocking some piece of your health puzzle. A lot of times or like the overarching thing and sometimes you know we dig beneath the surface. A few layers. It's usually are weight ray. Because we interlock weight and health so deeply in our culture so we we started thinking about this more we thought you couple this icon of seeking out kind of mentality and picture someone like walking around round trying to pick up new information like a scavenger hunt and you have this strong value for holistic approaches to wellness which deny can obviously relate to or both of the integrative functional paradigm. So that's where we came from and so we get it in so we were kind of thinking about. You don't necessarily relate to dieting but wellness protocols. Things that are good for your. How are things that you really jive with what we call it wellness chasing because you're kind of jumping from trend or collecting all of this information along the way because you're trying to seek this elusive perfect

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