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"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

03:41 min | Last month

"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"It'll make such a big difference. So before we wrap up What are some common things that people come to you with that you in weary talked about a little bit but what are some common things you see with people kind of hold them back And i know we've talked about a little bit but if there's one particular thing that you see time and time again. The tends to limit people in their growth. I'd love to hear what that is l. Really separately in three parts. The first one is the expert business. They don't have a business structure that supports them to work in the genius. They don't have you know. I really like to narrow down to two or three days per day per week so they can focus all the rest of the time on having the space to develop themselves and also having this space to work with their team and and doing things that actually have some some buffer time so that would be the first thing that is very common that they have a low to high model instead of high having high too high to low models so they would not spend too much time in the noise. Let's say the second thing would be that they have May come to their speaking. They don't link at their programs to the book today to the podcast to. There's not an alignment in their brand in. There is not the Clearance in their brand. That makes it feels like we are coming to their island. I like really like to see it as an island. People come come and visit the come for the day that can come and stay overnight. They can come and live there and it's just like the commitment people will. How will you but the island is the same but if you're having like fifty different islands and they don't even understand how your podcast is related to your book. It's ready to your program and and it just feels very confusing will have a hard time to really entering your world. So that'll be that. The communication that authority building is a very important part and the third part is the visionary state so a visionary authority doesn't work in this space in time and space in the same way a manager will do or a see overdue. It's not the forty hours work. It's not the same so you have to understand. How do you function in the best way. So you can tap into your genius and that requires a reflection of you know your time management your energy management your personality type and understanding. How can you build..

"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:56 min | Last month

"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"I use that as a platform to get a message out to people with the hopes that they will do something to make their life better because if they make their life better than that means everyone around them gets a better version of them also the work that they do improve which means the quality of the products or services that they make are better which is a society. We all benefit from that and happier. Healthier families means people are happier and healthier which means they're not using the healthcare system as much which means there's less strain on that system so people in healthcare are better because they're not working too many hours i it's such a positive ripple effect just by having one individual free themselves from burn out in live a better life and approaching that in doing that and get telling people and reminding them to take permission for themselves and take better care of themselves when you do that. That's where i get the affirmation. That's what i feed off of. It's not an ego thing it's more of a. I'm i love hearing stories of people making adjustments in their life and living a happier healthier life for themselves. Because like okay good you know my my story resonated with them to the point where they decided they needed to make some changes or adjustments. They have their life is better. I've been what more can you ask. I mean it's it's just it's so so that's so fulfilling feeling that if i even if you change your life a one person you know if even if it's one person that you support it and i had no spoke in the podcast actually had the puck gets gets on my show when he was telling me that someone listening to this podcast who were thinking of committing suicide stopped himself and sending me a message saying you know what you use saved my life by listening to that podcast for him. That wasn't he was just sharing story. But for him for that moment in time and space allow that person to rethink and thankfully be with us still in in this world today. And that's for me. That's why dot leadership for me. It's not what you do it through the how you do it so it i. I am grateful for the tadic's down in the books. I've down in stages i speak on the people get to serve every day. I but it's not about that from what's really important is that i am able to spend all my time. Just focusing on creating more impact and therefore that anytime system in place where my my structure. My business is liberating me. So i can focus two or three days per week. I'm delivering the rest of the time. You know improving my sister. Improving my frameworks improving. My methods creating more content so people who cannot afford materials can still listen to podcasts youtube..

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"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:54 min | Last month

"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"There are other people that are doing that but he stands out and because of his bombastic nece is just tweets all the joe rogan interviews. All the things he's done even saturday night live recently. You know it's not everybody's going on saturday night live to host. I mean that that somebody that kind of stands out you know. He is in a lot of ways a brand himself you know. And that's and as oprah as is other big influencers that we see in the business space you know. The individual is the brand. And we'll we'll pick on apple for a moment okay. We all know about steve jobs. We know what he did and when he passed away. A lot of people thought apple is done well. Apple wasn't a trillion dollar company. Under steve jobs. They are now. So it's it's one of those things where yes. The individual is the brand but also the brand itself that he was leading was able to grow above and beyond things. So that that's something you know. Think about two and In a lot of entrepreneurs and i love to hear your thoughts on this when they're working towards being a thought leader. It's like what is what's the end goal. Or what is your exit strategy with your business. Do you want to continue running the business until you retire. You wanna grow up to a certain level and then sell it to do something else or use those proceeds to do something else. I'd love to hear your thoughts on and how people should approach that as well yes. So here's the thing if you come into the space because you've heard the buzzword thought leader and you wanna have the headaches next to your title and it feels good to have the best seller from amazon than that's kind of superficial and the one when you meet someone who's a truth out later it's almost like their mission is beyond themselves. It's a legacy. It's it's something so big and usually it comes back to their own stories. It has to do with maybe their upbringing or their their stories in live their business life. They have gone through something that has created a massive learning and they came out of that stronger than ever before and they be created. This you know they went back. Look what did i do. How did i do that. Created the framework. And now they're teaching. That's most of the time it's related to our own stories. Now if you make about. This is something that can really help others. Because i see that this is not having the industry it becomes a legacy becomes the vision and this is something you can give to your team you can you can pass on to other people and when you have something like that it became self sustainable because it's so much bigger than yourself and that can be You at the moment. I with the as we're recording this there is. I believe a huge mental health issue with kobe. Because a lot of is what is happening in the world. And i believe there..

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"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

03:18 min | Last month

"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Steps for your customer to be able to acquire your services or your products is easily as possible because if there's too many steps our attention span keeps getting shorter and shorter and we will. We'll move on go. You know what. I don't want to have to fill out all this information. And then we move on from it and we do something else. Yeah and the thing is that why are we doing. I think the question that would just very interesting. Why is it that we end up doing all this extra work. And i do believe that we focus a bit too much on having the strategies so a lot of people you know when they come to me in the talk but i wanna become a thought leader. I wanna be visionary my business then you have to start being that from day one meaning that you cannot come to me and asked me to create a framework and just being over coach and Jumping from one coach to another and getting advise on. What should your business. You have to listen to what feels right. You can get advice. But in the end if you wanna be visionary and i talk about you know there's coach level expert-level visionary level. Is you being the game change in your industry. You being someone who's actually standing out in these different unique in elon. Musk is unique. Is that the same someone else..

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"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:58 min | Last month

"daria" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Secret recipe. And somehow they don't manage to create sustainable multiple six figure business around that or they have a successful business but they're stuck as the micromanager of their team and they're not really exploring their new ideas exploring their their knowledge and so usually we help them to get the whole business structure ups that can be work work into three days per week. Maximum with delivery. Get their team up and running with them. We get them on. Tech's get them to be on all the beautiful stages. I wanna be on and write the book wherever they want to do in order to liberate all this creative genius that they have inside them and really go for it and really enjoy the process of becoming fully visionary. What they have to say in one specific topic. So that's what i do. I love that work because so many entrepreneurs when they start off. They think they need to do everything. And that's what they do. They do everything and they're not really getting anything done. They're spending so much time in the nuances of checking email or posting social media posts or all the other stuff which really isn't getting them above and beyond what they should be doing in their work and they get stock the they hit a plateau and as leaders. You know we are our own roadblock And we often need to delegate in in free ourselves up in order to really become the thought leaders that we can be when it comes to the content we create or whatever type of work that we do acid. I agree with you and usually say that people come to us. It's about making easy. An easy step stands for elegant aligned sustainable and yet me so it has to be a bit of fun. It has to be a bit. Are you enjoying your lie. Because there's vitality that comes with being a thought leader. It's not just us showing up. It's you showing up with energy because people want to be around you because you have this the state you to.

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Apple Watch Executive Takes Over Secretive Car Project

Geek News Central

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Apple Watch Executive Takes Over Secretive Car Project

"Apples always pushing the edge. And i thought apple kind of watched walked away from from cars but the apple watch executive is taking over secretive car project now. Just two days before hideaway. Doug field ahead of apple secretive car project that tech china's tap apple watch exact former adobe. Co kevin lynch to take his place so in the latest changing of the guard for the project known as project titan which is rotated leaders about as much as reporting shifted focused They replace individual so he's been working on this since july when he was brought in to help develop the vehicle software. He's been with apple since two thousand thirteen. Curiously bloomberg rights at lynch still reports to apple's cheap chief operating officer jeff williams and not to john daria the company's head of ai. So we'll keep a watch on what's apple doing anything apple build some apple bands will

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"daria" Discussed on The SaaS Revolution Show

The SaaS Revolution Show

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"daria" Discussed on The SaaS Revolution Show

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El Salvador Becomes First Nation to Make Bitcoin Legal Tender

Gaydos and Chad

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

El Salvador Becomes First Nation to Make Bitcoin Legal Tender

"Legislative Assembly has voted to make Bitcoin legal tender in the country. It's the first nation in the world to do so. The U. S. Dollar will continue to be El Salvador's currency, and no one will be forced to pay in Cryptocurrency Daria

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Ford's Big Bet: Fans of F-150 Pickup Will Embrace Electric

Arizona's Morning News

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Ford's Big Bet: Fans of F-150 Pickup Will Embrace Electric

"One of the big Three automakers shifting gears into the electric vehicle business. Ford is teaming up with a supplier to build to North American factories. It wants to make batteries for over a half a million electric vehicles every year. It's even steering. It's big F 1 50 pickup in the plug in direction, and it now is a high profile fan. President Biden taking an F 1 50 Lightning on a spin on the test track at a plant in Dearborn, Michigan, where we're going Here of a 16 about 4.3 says it's committed to making all of its models Electric, including its iconic Mustang, Daria

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German Catholics to Bless Gay Unions Despite Vatican Ban

Inside Europe

01:55 min | 7 months ago

German Catholics to Bless Gay Unions Despite Vatican Ban

"German catholic churches openly defied the vatican this week by offering blessings to same sex couples more than one hundred congregations up and down. The country took part under the motto. Love wins the blessings contradictory ruling in march by the holy see's orthodoxy office. That god can not quote bless sin. Mcmartin has more on the love winds campaign which took place. Around the international day against homophobia savage been got its on of of disinterest health freak and his partner one of several same sex couples to receive a blessing by a catholic priest at a church in cologne this week for someone who's ball top catholic lives as a catholic and even worked for catholic organization health except the blessing was very important shudders ca. Food destroyed oscalus suicide. He said i have the feeling of being excluded a bit but now i'm grateful to possibility exists. We were able to receive blessing. Symbolic gesture was part of a wider initiative. Called lieber vint will love winds which signed up priests and diocese across germany. The decision to hold the blessings and around one hundred churches and large cities and rural areas comes despite a specific ruling from the vatican in march. The congregation for the doctrine of the faith was responding to a question about the church's power to bless same sex unions. Negative was the reply. Signed by cardinal. Luis larrea who heads the the daria said. It was not possible. Because despite positive elements god could not bless sin the rolling pleased conservatives drew criticism in germany and austria wimbledon. Two thousand priests the jeans and other members of the church signed a petition in favor of blessing same sex

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New Treasury Office to Oversee Billions in Virus Relief Help

News, Traffic and Weather

00:17 sec | 8 months ago

New Treasury Office to Oversee Billions in Virus Relief Help

"Created a new office to supervise the disbursement of the billions of dollars in relief money authorized by Congress to battle the Corona virus related recession. The office is charged with streamlining the process of ensuring that all eligible groups have access to the aid. Daria

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Biden Wants Infrastructure Package Approved Over Summer

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

Biden Wants Infrastructure Package Approved Over Summer

"Biden want Congress to move quickly on his $2 trillion infrastructure package to see progress by Memorial Day. We'd like to see this package passed by the summer, but I certainly expect when Congress returns that President will be inviting members to the Oval Office. Daria Aldinger ABC news

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Suns overcome Booker's ejection, hold off Lakers 114-104

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Suns overcome Booker's ejection, hold off Lakers 114-104

"The sons were able to pull out a one fourteen one oh four win over the Lakers despite the objection of Devin Booker the all star scored seventeen points before being thrown out for arguing midway through the third quarter Daria Sarge picked up the offensive slack and scored ten of his twenty one points in the fourth quarter helping Phoenix secure its fifteenth victory in eighteen games I think it's so very big win for us and it was like kind of all over the state maybe most important game for us lebron James scored thirty eight points for Los Angeles which has lost five of seven with mounting injury problems Dennis Schroder added seventeen points but the Lakers couldn't keep up with that regulars Anthony Davis Kyle Kuzma and Marcus all I'm Dave Ferrie

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"daria" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"daria" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Daria holding her house. Impeachment managers say they presented more than enough proof that former President Trump incited the deadly attack on the Capitol House. Democrats prosecuting former president Trump in his second impeachment trial have finished making their case. Congressman Ted Lieu argued Senator should convict Trump and bar him from holding federal office in the future because he could incite violence again. You know, I'm not afraid. Donald Trump running again in four years. I'm afraid he's gonna run again and lose. Yes, he can do this again. Trump's lawyers will start making their case at noon Friday was officials. The ABC News Washington, Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan wasn't impressed with the Democrats can't be the president's accountable for the people who are accountable for the terrible things that happen here at the Capitol in January, 6 of the people who did those actions They should be prosecuted, and in fact they are President. Trump's legal team will present their case tomorrow. President Biden says about 300 Million Americans will be able to get covert 19 vaccines by July. Airline CEO is taking Flights to Washington for meetings at the White House has to travel industry pushes back against rules being considered by the Biden administration and the CDC to require a negative Colvin task before domestic U. S flights. Word now CEOs from the major U. S. Airlines will meet with White House official Was on Friday this week Southwest CEO Gary Kelly, saying a domestic flight test requirement would put jobs at risk. Delta CEO called such a rule a horrible idea. Alex Stone ABC News A judge in Wisconsin, rejected a prosecutor's request to issue a new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse and increase his bail. The 18 year old from Illinois is accused of killing two people and wounding a third last summer during a protest against police brutality, D a, said Rittenhouse and moved in Failed to update his address is spelled out in his bail conditions. But his attorneys countered that their client moved to a safe house after being inundated by threats. You're listening to ABC News, do you now? Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news.

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IBM COVID-19 Vaccine Cold Chain, Cellhawk Surveillance Tool, SISA Releases Malware Detection Tool, and Macros Used in Cyber Attack

Cyber Security Headlines

02:36 min | 1 year ago

IBM COVID-19 Vaccine Cold Chain, Cellhawk Surveillance Tool, SISA Releases Malware Detection Tool, and Macros Used in Cyber Attack

"Defending the covid nineteen vaccine supply chain in an editorial ibm's global league for threat intelligence. Nick rosman makes the case that this supply chains should be treated on the same level as the electrical grid or air. Traffic control arguing. It's now part of national critical infrastructure. He points out that pharmaceutical companies medical manufacturers and component suppliers in vaccine clinical trials have already been subject to attacks with the fishing campaign. Starting suppliers of cold storage need to transport the vaccines the largest supply chain of suppliers. Distributors storage facilities and packers provides a number of vectors to impede the vaccine's ultimate distribution for rosman the key to defending the supply chain is collective action and a coordinated strategy with an organized approach to threaten intelligence sharing cellular aggregation tool detailed in police reports. The tool is called sell hawk from hawk analytics and is often used by law enforcement. So hawk collects information provided by cell providers at the maps of people's locations movements and relationships claiming to be able to process a years worth of cellular data in about twenty minutes. This can allow police departments take information from so-called tower dumps that lists all phones connect to a given tower and create spreadsheets attract connected phones without a warrant so can correlate this with gps and other data generated by smartphones to show how a person moved and use their phone over time with the ability to do things like continuously monitor specific phones and send alerts to law enforcement when someone moves out of gio fence daria ceasar releases a malware detection. Tool for azure and microsoft. Three sixty five. The powershell based tool called. Spiro is designed for incident responders to look for unusual potentially malicious activity. The tool was developed by ceases. Cloud forensics team and checks the unified as m three sixty five audit log for indicators of compromise lists azure ad domains and checks as your service principles and their microsoft graft permissions to discover potential. Malicious activity sparrow a response to a rash of recent authentication based attacks seen in multiple sectors macro based mail where uses git hub and imager in attacks. Were docs are a common attack vector for cyber attacks. No need for me to tell you that. Researchers arc birger details about a new technique however that uses macro in a word file to download a power shell script from getup then initiates the download of a benign image file from the image hosting service imager the pixel values from that image then used by the power shell script in calculating the next age payload ultimately decoding cobalt strikes script on windows systems after publishing their findings. The researchers found that the domain associated with the c. to server the script attempts to reach is no longer available

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Chicago Police union boss under fire: ‘I’ll resign under one condition’

John Williams

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Police union boss under fire: ‘I’ll resign under one condition’

"Chicago police Bora considering firing the head of the police union, John Caton, Zara, repeatedly clashed with his bosses when he was street cop. And he continues to clash with City Hall in his role as head of the Fraternal Order of Police on Wednesday in a Facebook live video, he told officers the city doesn't really care about them Can. Zara doesn't apologize for the comments. But Friday He says he's willing to resign is an officer under one condition. I will resign my spot at CPD effective immediately. If they give our officers they're retro pay that they deserve. Hurry. So you want me gone from the police department? There's the government call my bluff. I Daria Police have them of that A contract for three years of police board will decide Captain Zara's fade in the coming weeks.

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Top intelligence officials make major announcement on election security

WTMJ Nights

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Top intelligence officials make major announcement on election security

"Information regarding an investigation by national intelligence agencies regarding voter Interference from outside countries to countries reportedly have gotten information regarding voter registrations. Let's get the latest from ABC News 13 days to the November election. An announcement from the nation's national security team like to alert the public that we have identified That, too foreign actors Iran and Russia. Have taken specific actions to influence public opinion. Relating to our election Director of National Intelligence John Radcliffe among the officials explaining in a hastily arranged news conference tonight that the feds have proof those two nations sent emails as well as proof of a video sent by Ron Ron. Is distributing other content to include a video that implies that individuals could cast fraudulent ballots even from overseas. This video and any claims. About such allegedly fraud. Fraudulent ballots are Not true, Ratcliffe says, reassuring Americans that the election system, including our voting process is secure is important. Daria Aldinger, ABC

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Laura Jackson Of Towpath shares Her Roast Chicken Recipe

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:53 min | 1 year ago

Laura Jackson Of Towpath shares Her Roast Chicken Recipe

"Name is Laura. Jackson I'M The, head chef and CO owner of Towpath, which is on the regent's canal in East London. And I'd like to share one of my favorite recipes with today, which is race chicken. Obviously. A very, very simple recipe but I think one that is quite hard to pull off properly and. Rest of chickens in my life. So I think by now I think got the recipe down to T. it's a great one to cook at home because it is so simple and it's a crowd pleaser suits quick to prepare, and the reason I chose this recipe is because while one is totally delicious but. For me my sort of philosophy and the way I love to cook is not anything and the great thing about roast chicken is once you've served the chicken, you can then make a stock with the caucus. which you to make lots of different stews and soups and broths, and then there's also tends to be quite a lot of meet the you miss from carving, which can then be used for another thing. So essentially, you can get three or four dishes from one thing which makes me very, very happy. So all you need to do is get roast chicken. Of Asli, I would say, definitely. To get chicken that has had a good life. So free range organic or from a farm where you know that the having a nice time and I used to always roast chickens with butter but then maybe seven or eight years ago I had to give up Daria had some health issues. So I switched to using olive oil and actually feel that it is much better than using butter because the crispiness of the skin, you can take it to another level because. The burning properties of olive oil much lower than butter. So definitely go for olive oil. For Chicken you definitely want one big juicy lemon, and then head of garlic. If you've got some Tarragon, obey leaves to stuff up. It's bumpy can do that as well but that's not huge thing. So really super super simple. What you want to do I get your oven I would say almost as hot as possible. Obviously if you've got very strong oven, I would do it at about kind of t twenty to thirty, and then I would cut the garlic in half and. Stick. It up. It's bomb with some bay leaves. Tarragon if you have. Cut The lemon half squeeze it all the juice out like you can possibly get out and squeeze all over the chicken and again, then put the lemon up. It's bum. It just cooks more evenly if you've got lots of things stuffed up inside it. Then I put lots of pepper and some Odin Sea salt, and then a really really generous gluck of olive oil. Than, just get your hands in just rub it all over. And then pop it in the oven breasts side up an idea between twenty five to thirty five minutes at a super super high heat. Basically, this is the stage where you want the skin to go. Really really crispy. So, anywhere between that time, and then once the skin is super crispy, you want to turn the heat down really really low. So I turn it down to about one forty, one fifty. And then Cook it for another twenty five to thirty five minutes. So total, you want to cook the chicken for an hour. So if it's super high for twenty five, then you delay for thirty five. Vice Versa and then you basically take out I. don't based or touch it during its cooking and let it rest for a good twenty minutes to half an hour and then it's good to go.

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Johnny Nash, 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer, dead at 80

News, Traffic and Weather

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Johnny Nash, 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer, dead at 80

"Singer songwriter Johnny Greg and Pops in your best known for this hit. I can see clearly now was 80 Daria Aldinger ABC News

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Moderna chief says its vaccine won't be ready before US election

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna chief says its vaccine won't be ready before US election

"Offering timelines for the Koven 19 vaccines. Here's ABC. Stephanie Rama reality check from vaccine maker Majora, One of the companies the president hoped would have a vaccine by Election Day. Moderna, now telling the Financial times it won't apply for approval until at least late November. Until late November. Daria Aldinger ABC news

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"daria" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"daria" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

"It's just that no one outside of Pittsburgh knows what the heck I'm talking about. So I have questions from my Patriot community who were very excited. I was doing this interview I. Am Real I love when I like Ham doing interviews this person that I get my gosh. All right. So colleen wanted to know she knows that you are a super super planner and you really colorful things to to track your progress on manuscripts and she's wondering if you've found any new tips or tricks that are helping you stay focused right now during during the pandemic when I called the quarantines and if that level of planning is also how you plot your your books or do you have a different method for your stories? So I am definitely a story plotter. Osu. And I actually spent this morning before we started talking catching up on my daily planner for this week because I haven't been keeping up with it and I felt like I was such a distracted mass because I hadn't been using my planner. So I was like, okay you take take half an hour to an hour just get caught up and plan out the rest of this week because I didn't. Sunday. Night like your really really helps me So I'm actually using the HP ninety planner system from Sarah Cannon through her heart breathing's website. And it's basically a quarterly planning system. So every quarter do this whole big plan for the quarter and then. Keep track you know week to week and she has like reviews and stuff. So that has really been helping me kind of extra during these quarantines Yeah mm-hmm I also. Since. I think I started a journal sometime in in March or April, and then. Didn't really keep up with it regularly until mid, May. But since mid-may I have been writing in my inner journal one page every single day. So I try to start my day with doing a little bit of non-fiction reading and then writing a page in my journal just lake whatever pops into my head just to get it out not lake. Here's what I did yesterday or what I'm going to do today is not about that. it's just like a brand up. The idea. Also being like if I am just getting words down in some format, it will make it easier to work on my manuscript because I've already been writing something. As for a story plotting I use scrivner and I kind of track of everything in there But I do also have lots of, Lake writing and word count stickers and stuff like that that I put in my planner like if I that I put a little sticker and I write my number of words on it, and then sometimes I also have stickers that kind of represent the project that I'm working on the APPS put one of those on there too, and it just makes me feel like I got something done today and I were awarded by so so. It's a, it's a decoration self reward. ooh. And going back to the to what we were talking about how with language it's almost like it's in the long term storage and you have to boot it back up. I also find it for me when I'm doing my tiny little box, fill the little box with with with words in the morning. A I'm not caffeinated. So my brain is a wild place. Directions all the time but also it there's only a limited amount of space in my brain for a random thoughts and if I get them out and put them on paper I, have more room in my brain for other things. It's almost like clearing mental clutter when I do that does that happen for you too? Yes it's it's definitely that because it's like, yeah, you know you've got all these thoughts. kind of swirling around and sometimes if I can just write them down, it's like, okay I don't have to think about that thing anymore it's the same thing with my planner once I add the thing to the to do list I don't have to think Oh have to do that thing liberating down and it's like an access it when I need to you know in the Journal helps me I think. I think it's Joan diddy who has quote about this about like I don't know what I think about something until I write it down. Yeah and sometimes as I'm writing, I'll just like write something down and I'm like, oh That's how I feel about that thing and I fast it. And the process of getting out of your brain into your arm and into paper with a pen. I find for me. It's it's a more intimate connection, even though much faster and more comfortable typing the writing does something different. It does. Yeah. So I'll handwrite At different points in my writing process to Oh interesting all of my initial character work in a notebook Lake writing like backstory scenes and kind of brainstorming there're there GMC either go motivation conflict there limiting beliefs and like all of that stuff I do that notebook before even moved to scrivener you know used like different colored pens and stuff like that. I have certain pen colors that will be for like that character in that project and it. Kind of helps me like differentiate. When? I'm working on and like the different sections in the notebook and it also makes me feel like I'm getting a lot done like because then I can just like flip through the pages and I'm like, wow, look how much wrote. Yeah. Yeah. It's visual. It's visual progress. Claudia wanted to know wanted me to ask you are you a big TV fan or are you a big Telenovela watcher? So tedious kind of my weakness. It is the thing that when I decided. That I was going to get serious about writing because for so long. I had been an artist like that was my way that I identified myself. And writing was just something fun that I did on the site. You know I started doing National Raimondo when I was twenty one I wrote fantastic before that like I always did it but. I didn't really. Take it seriously or give it due time and attention. When I decided I was going to do that I was like, okay you know you wanNA. Do this you're gonNA have to make the time right? You don't find the time to make the time. So what can I change or give up in the sense and I was like, oh no, I'm going to have to give up scripted television. So that that was what I did and suddenly I had lots of time writing. Now I try not to watch too much TV while I'm drafting wild him really working on something and it's kind of the thing that I do in between in the last couple of weeks I finally started watching more TV again because. Of. Is like working a Lotta Promo in the book came out and they have the next book to and then as for Telenovelas they they'll something that my grandmother watched and she would make us leave the room when I was a kid like when she was watching them but I did watch soap operas with my Babysitter Puerto Rican. But as far as I know I don't think she watched Illinois Vela's I think she just watched the. So I would watch that with her when I was homesick or after school and then I did watch I've watched some of the the English remakes like ugly Betty, Jane, the Virgin and I did watch some episodes like. Gearing up for this book I such a hard time saying this one in go Bernabei. it's got Kate Doug Seo I think. In it and she plays like she's like the mix it in Mexican presidents like wife or something like very dramatic and then Paseo Nick Avalon, which is.

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"daria" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"daria" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

"Slash Sarah. As I mentioned earlier, I will have links to everything. We talk about including some of the amazing artists we discuss and the planning system that Alexis uses in the show notes at smart trashy books, dot com slash podcast. But now let's do this interview on with my conversation with Alexis Doria. I am Alexa starry and I am a contemporary romance writer living in New York City. My most recent release is you had mitt. Olah, which is a story about. Two actors falling in love on the set of E. Bilingual remake. Of Dylan. And I made up. I. Imagine Making up. The TELENOVELA was extremely fun Oh superfund. Congratulations thank you. Does it feel like you've been waiting forever for this book to come out. Oh my gosh it really does serve. Especially because we ended up moving the release out another month Once we got the target diverse book club Pick News. CONGRATS on that. Thank you. That was really cool and I, actually it was glad for the extra month at that point because it allowed me to do some other things lake, the preorder web tune and stuff like that but. It just reached this point where it Kinda felt. It was never gonNA come out or I just had so much time. So even a week out I was like you have a week it's so long. From now and then I think the weekend before I was like, Oh my God. I. Don't have any time and I still have so many things to do. When you got the news about the target diverse book club pick was that like put your head between your knees moment. Well. I didn't really know what it meant. So they're a bunch of things in this process where they're like great news this is happening and I'm like, cool. What does that mean? So. This was kind of another one of those things you know it was kind of aware of it So my editor explained it to me she kinda she called me that morning. I was like, can you talk like right away this morning and it was like nine morning and I was like Oh my God. What's happening? And she was like it's good news I promise so. I found out about that, and then it was this whole process of mailing me like boxes and boxes of easily tip-ins to sign a night and she was like I'm sure you know what those are and I was not deal with the. I had to sign all of these pages and develop a signature which was also a process because I hadn't done that yet. These are the things. No. One thinks about when it comes to a book release wait how do I sign my name over and over and over and over again right and I you know. If it's okay. I'll talk a little bit about the signing because I keep meaning to do a twitter thread and haven't done it yet I would love to hear about this. So please talk as much as you want. So my background is in art and Probably every couple of years in some kind of art or design class, they would make us develop a logo or something based on our initials. So I've done that lots of times. And never been happy with the results. So I, don't use them. and when I used to draw, I had certain ways of signing my name on the drawings and stuff like that. But when it came to the books, because my first couple books were e book only. You know I kept thinking I should come up with a way of signing my name and I was like nuts too early. It's too early to be doing that. Yet you know I'm getting ahead of myself and then suddenly you know. I'd like postcards or something and people were saying the postcard and I was like Oh damn it I never. Figured out how I wanted to sign my name. So I just had to do something in the moment, and then I was I felt like I was stuck with that for a little bit but when this came up. I thought okay. I really need something that I can right over and over again consistently, and that isn't gonNA. Kill my hand. So, yes sound with my sketchbook and I just kind of went through the ideation process of just brainstorming and trying things out and testing different things using different kinds of pens And I decided I had do something that was in script so I didn't have to lift the pen. And I wanted to do something that was only going to be my initial. So it would be shorter because otherwise my a handwriting just like deteriorates my name goes on I can barely write a check. Yeah. Like when you write right out the words of how much the check is my hand is like, are you joking right now? Seriously I journal every morning now and you know you've probably Heard of the morning pages from the way she talks about doing three pages. I can only do one because by the end of the page, my hand is just cramping badly I have a traveler's notebook and I draw a little box for each day on one paper. So I have six boxes and I fill in the little box and it's maybe four inches a to Maybe that's a lot. So I really needed something like kind of hold the sharpie loosely and just have it flow and just repeat over and over and over. So I practiced a bunch of times I came up with a bunch of different things and also still wanted it to be kind of close to how I'd have been signing my name before although I had not signed many books before. So I don't think it was that much of an issue but. I finally came up with something and I'm so glad I did that because people would ask me while like does your hand hurt from writing this? And I was like you know it's not even my hand hurting it's the repetitive motion of Lake. Shifting to the left to get the next page, putting it down, writing, and shifting to the right to move to the next stack and that kind of back and forth motion like really hurt was hurting my ribs. To make sure to take breaks. A hand was okay. So when you come came up with your signature, were there things that you wanted to make sure to include like an ago a in a certain way? Yes actually. So my degrees in graphic design and I have very strong opinions about typography and I like a nice sharp a at the top. To as apoe like a triangular kind of right. Kind of. Way Or yeah, totally whereas when I write my name like normally I do a loopy like a script a but for this, I wanted to have like appointee A. So I did try to work on something that had that and doing a deed that did have loop. It's it's weird to try to describe it without pictures, but there are pictures alight. I totally get it I. Once was waiting to pick up a prescription in the before times when you'd go into places in standing among other humans and breathe and the woman behind the counter her name have also been us but I noticed her name tag was handwritten in the A. had this wonderful curving up stroke very sharp top and then The down stroke very straight, and then the cross of the was also a loop going back over but it didn't cross the original loop. Of course, sounds really weird when I describe it in it was gorgeous and I was like I really like your name tag and she's like I practiced that a for five days before I. Let Myself Right by Tech. And I was like I know exactly how you feel I am the same way. So it's nice to know there's more of us out there right? Oh. Yeah I mean that's how I write the A in my author signature now. It's almost like when you draw a star without lifting the pen. Yeah. So it's a little bit like that but then it leads into the D. and then the kind of comes up and loops down and they kind of have a little lake tail at the beginning and end. Yup..

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Washington releases RB Guice shortly after arrest

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Washington releases RB Guice shortly after arrest

"Greenspun Greenspun says says Daria's Daria's Geist Geist was was expecting expecting to to be be a a key key player player for for the the Washington Washington football football team team this this season season and yet was released without being asked a single question as to what occurred. Team released their running back on Friday, hours after he was charged in multiple domestic violence incidents. Loudon County Virginia Sheriffs department said Guys was arrested and counts of strangulation, assault and battery and destruction of property. His attorney says Guys adamantly denies the charges and says the team rushed to judgment. Guys turned himself in and was released on $10,000 bond. Whether it's

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Washington team releases player after domestic violence arrest

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Washington team releases player after domestic violence arrest

"And so an attorney for Daria's guys describes the domestic violence related charges against his client. A 23 year old former Ellis You stand out, was released by Washington's NFL team on Friday after the team learned he was arrested in Loudon County, where he lives. Accounts of assault and battery, strangulation and destruction of property. Attorney Peter Greenspun says the franchise acted too swiftly and letting the player go and that investigators assumed the worst without any input from Geiss was now free on $10,000 bond. Sandy Coz L W.

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Washington team releases player after domestic violence arrest

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Washington team releases player after domestic violence arrest

"That is is the the word word from from an an attorney attorney representing representing a a running running back back for for the the Washington Washington football football team. team. Let Let go go because because of of domestic domestic violence violence charges charges unsubstantiated unsubstantiated and and so so an an attorney attorney for for Daria's Daria's Geiss Geiss describes describes the domestic violence related charges against his client. The 23 year old former Ellis You stand out, was released by Washington's NFL team on Friday after the team learned he was arrested in Loudon County, where he lives. Accounts of assault and battery, strangulation and destruction of property. Attorney Peter Greenspun says the franchise acted too swiftly and letting the player go and that investigators assumed the worst without any input from Geiss was now free on $10,000 bond. Sandy Coz L

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Daria Gavrilova on finding out what makes her happy

The Tennis.com Podcast

09:17 min | 1 year ago

Daria Gavrilova on finding out what makes her happy

"Daria Gavrilova Dario Welcome or should I say Yeah Dasha that's about it. Thanks. Thanks for having me. I really excited to have a chat We've been in the lockdown so. As like yes. Sure. Chat. You guys probably not a lot of people to be honest right now not seeing too many people and. Also. Look at ten spicer were trying to be even Loris say. Because we are still allowed to go to training, but we're just being careful. So we create our own Babul within this bobble. There's another bubble it's just like. Crazy but that's okay. It seems like Australia's taking the quarantine current Ivar. So so so seriously because you were out of lockdown on your back in lockdown yet because our K. went up again. So they're probably GONNA keep going up for the loss while before gone back down but. Yet, wherein stage three right now is Toria somewhat every state. So even though you've been quarantined and all that I mean, have you actually stop training at all during this whole lockdown quarantine thing or have you not really been able to train as much? The first lockdown were lucky. We got all the gym equipment and. Hope back home and I just did my own workouts but I had like everything I had barbells ahead. You know all the heavy stuff. The chain I had the what black. Though I was able to train almost as normal, and we're allowed to go outside and do sessions outside and then yet. We're allowed to get back on the tennis court on a few weeks later. So that was the case and now. With tennis they restrictions noticed straight. So we're able to still come to the tennis and train. What's your thoughts though in when you will play a tournament because I know we have a scheduled tentatively starting from August onward where do you plan to go if anywhere? Well. I don't know to be on the I still have no idea I think many people due to illness. It's like the two options either starting in the in America or go straight to Europe. But I haven't decided. Let's talk about if. Everything everything still up in the air like ribs the. If it's all happening or not. So I'll just decide as light as possible. I think the one thing that I've taken from this whole quarantine whether or not the WTO starting again is just we know nothing that's all I know is that we know nothing there's nothing that's concrete. There's nothing written in stone at the moment though are. Able to come to the US like if you were to leave tomorrow for tournament, if there was a tournament, Mar, would you be able to head allows way? I'll will have to have an exemption and how hard is that to get well, we apply for an exemption to go overseas So we I think we're allowed to come see West but the de Straton government doesn't really want us to travel. So we need to have an exemption and we all applied for it and we still haven't had the answer but well, for example, arena already that shit got. An exemption, a world's intense. So quarantine what have you been up to staying sane I know not just training surely there's been a lot of new hobbies fun things to get into out of TIKTOK FU talks. I don't dance take talks 'cause I can't but I just. Make Fun of myself in posted anyway because it looks hilarious what else Well, I'm always been a bit like artsy artsy. I. I've been painting a bit I actually bought. Some real clay and been making like clay pieces and going to stadium than firing them of Maddie. Few they're all on my instagram few on the hub. And you know playing with the puppy and smashing natural lakes. You know I don raid much. But I've just that like rating Lena's book I was always intrigued on like how everything works in China how how does how does the federation work and how Cana tennis player come through and like she was the first one to come through and yeah, it's actually a real good book. It's awesome. Have your. Wedding plans taken a bit of a pause because of this whole thing. Yeah. We actually decided pretty early decided lack marsh that registered a postponed until next year

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Minneapolis Police Chief Withdraws From Union Negotiations

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Minneapolis Police Chief Withdraws From Union Negotiations

"The police chief in Minneapolis Minn Daria R. N. Dando says he is withdrawing from contract talks with the police union I plan to bring in subject matter experience and advisors to conduct a thorough review of how the contract can be restructured to provide greater community transparency and more flexibility for true reform but she promised new research and strategies to spot in intervene with problem

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"daria" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

12:46 min | 1 year ago

"daria" Discussed on Still Buffering

"I am getting every bit as quality of an education and it is just as high end. You know. It just isn't like it's on. It's on real terms and not like the fake way. We tend to rate these kinds of things. You know like other people don't get to dictate what the best education is. We know you know that there are other schools because I think that's part of what they're challenging to which is very true like you don't nothing against any certain school but you don't have to attend a certain college to get a good education. There are lots of places college and outside of college where you can get an excellent education to do the things you want to do in life you know. And they even have that. I think it's a really smart seeing where it's her. Her father is the one that's really encouraging her to go to. Cromwell is the fancy place and And he graduated from Turner and she's like look at you like you're massive success and that's where you came from Lake. It's almost like it's also him trying to give his daughter better saying you can have better. She's like this is what I want like. It's not better to me better to me is is. Turner is the school that I want to go to which I just. Yeah I think you know for for a show that on the surface just about you know a misanthropic like all all white girl they did some justice to the tertiary characters that I think was was maybe more powerful than definitely more powerful than if it had just been about Dara being Doria cynical I do you remember the episode The misery chick. I think. It's the season finale. The first or second season which is that. Because that's one of the episodes that really stuck with me as far as just you know kind of defined as something. That was more than just just a funny show about teenagers. It's the one where there's this like high school or the former quarterback that comes back. And he's going to speak at a Longdale and he's a big jerk to everybody he like you know is gross. Like sexually to several of the woman. He makes fun of like Dr Ian Jane. He just is horribly dismissive and rude. And then he's like killed in a freak accident like the goalposts that's been dedicated. Him Falls on him and he dies and everybody starts seeking out. Doria to talk about death because she's the one that gets it and Doria gets angry. That people are coming to her for like collections on death. Because they think that she's the one to talk to you and opposite that Jane Starts Avoiding Doria because she doesn't WanNa talk like she the surmises that Dara thinks and so people are seeking out somebody. That's that thinks because they don't want to say they want someone to tell them what to think and Jane recognizes all this and says great but I don't WanNa think about this because it's a bad thing I don't want to think and you know you're the one thinks and it's like it was such a deep thought about like if somebody terrible somebody bad dies but death is sad and grappling with that issue which is a very complex thing. Thought for for for what the show was. I remember that I remember that episode affecting me like as a teenager watching that being like you like. That's some heavy stuff. I I remember that too. Now that you know that you describe it I remember that episode because it and it and it does again at like challenges the certainty of Doria's view of the world. That like you know. They're good people and bad people. It is a very black and white way of of saying like you're good or bad and if you're bad and bad things happen to you then you know that's kind of that's kind of it And it definitely challenges that and and like. Yeah but if you're a good person if you're a caring person how are you okay with with that you know how do you? How do you reconcile that notion? Which is hard. I feel like that's something I struggle with. Still Yeah I think that's same like you know in the one of the big events later on in the show is when a more or less steals. Jane's Boyfriend for that that really like swerve to just show that the not only is the show saying like oh Dr is cool like listen to Daria Daria. The main character also a bit of the villain in a massive ark. And it's like really I mean you know it's it's very it was very. I remember it being upsetting to me like I don't like this. I don't like the Doria did this to Jane. I'm mad at a cartoon care. Well isn't it like she doesn't like the Jane has a boyfriend and she doesn't really get along with him but then they start getting along and they start getting closer and then they kiss and then they end up dating. Yeah yes so I mean it's not even like they both were interested in this guy. It's like Darya. Here's my boyfriend. Oh I don't like the boyfriend but also I'm going to kiss your boyfriend and they and this is all like that it there chill after that right like she continues today. Tom and and that his name Tom. And and then They're still friends. If I remember I mean they kind of they make up in the. There's another movie that happens between the fourth and fifth. Is it fall yet? Which kind of shows them? But but I mean I think really more than anything. It shows once again. The kind of that flexibility that Jane has to kind of Parse out like well. I wasn't the relationship was already kind of ending between me and Tom. We weren't at a good place and I want to be happy and like it's kind of like to see that character. Go through another team. It would have been a whole big like thing. You know like the maturity that it it called on from like all characters involved especially Jane. I thought was really cool to just show that she can reason out like I. This is kind of the same thought like this is a bad thing that happened. This doesn't make Dara a bad person. We which is so interesting because if you flip it. Dari never talks to her again. I thought I would. That would be. My guess obviously did not create any of these characters. So I don't I can't speak for them but my impression is that if you flip it around and my fantastic now I mean I and I and again like it's another way that it challenges Dr Worldview and for me that's meaningful because it is a it is a flaw that I fight in myself every day it was something. I recognized pretty quickly like that kind of unforgiving like hurt me once. You're gone forever. I can't you know I I don't want you in my life. You're a bad person. Now that I I connected to that very strongly when I was younger and it's something that as I get older. I don't embrace. I tried to like workout. I work through. Try to change about myself But when I was younger I definitely remember thinking like again. Well I'm good at holding grudges and is celebrated that same kind of I think that like the another episode that it makes me think the one where Quinn writes poetry which I actually. Yeah we watched it Quin. It's time Clinton writes poetry. It's kind of a one off joke early on in the season one where she writes a poem. But there's this idea that will Dari as the smart one Quinn's the pretty popular one. Quinn can't be smart. Quinn can't have depth. Quinn can't be like You know of any intellectual value and that that is something that really offends Daria. Is that if Quinn is getting recognition as a smart person or as a thoughtful person than what am I like? Yeah kind of have to you. Know like parts that out as well like I. This is my sister. I should want her to have depth. I should want her to have success in a department. That's not just you know about our loans but I also that messes with my identity. It's just it's those sort of moments are just so smart because I think that's exactly what it does is it takes it. Drew in a lot of people like. Yeah that's me and instead of just repeatedly confirming your worldview but you know what actually athletes are people to and the pretty girl can be smart. And you know sometimes you. You'll make mistakes and you have to just hope people forgive you. You know you. Don't get to justify them like it. Really put Dario through the ringer and I think by proxy made the audience kind of hopefully be more open minded. I think certainly for for me as somebody that consume. I think that's definitely true. I feel like it by embracing Doria completely. Initially like I had to face the same thing she faced. If I was going to accept that I was like her. I had to win it when her flaws were so clearly shown by contrast to other characters and things on the show I had to embrace those flaws and decide like I don't want like do if I if I'm being viewed that way what I feel good about it right. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa be seen like that like I wouldn't want to be that person in that situation who I mean like it. It really did. It really puts you through your paces if you connected with that character like that. I mean it really made you and I think a lot I mean. It's a very much of a generation to us. Felt that way at that period of of time like in the in the nineties that that whole like Jenn acts like nihilism. Whatever who cares? Everything's dom like that. Just I mean that was. That was like a moment and I felt like a member of that moment and that really like challenged me to say is. This isn't really cool though. Is it like this does nothing? This doesn't help. I'm not helping. I WANNA help. Yeah I think that's that's really I don't know they like modern parallels for some reason. I fan of Rick. And morty but I don't I you know a Lotta people have a problem with it because they think the show it's like well rick's a terrible person and nobody gets that but I kind of feel like that's the point of the show. It's like you identify with this character. But then this show makes a big point of showing you that he's deeply flawed and that he's very damaging to the people around him and that like you know he's not. It's that subtle line where it's like you identify with the character. But you can't like elevate their actions and their opinions like you have to use it as a way to interact with the audience and like undermine like that characters week. I don't know I think. Like maybe in the case of like Rick. And morty enough with they don't push far enough to kind of the light on and be like he's wrong but Darya very unabashedly did that It's it's the classic Anti Anti here and I mean that it plays an important place at like out important role if you're willing to engage with it but there's but it involves a lot more work. I think on the part of the viewer challenges. You in ways that. Sometimes you're not ready for an foreign art so much about high schools figuring out who you are but if you're the kind of person who decide to you are this is who I am and this is what I believe like that can be just as damaging as if you're somebody that has no identity and just does everything to make people happy or to be agreeable and liked and popular like the opposite side of that the opposite reaction to that where people. I think like more like us who were like. No I'M GONNA be myself and this is who I am and I know it and I'm right and it like you know that's that's you know it's the other side of the same coin of being just everything to everybody to be popular loved and I think it's just as important to kind of check yourself on that side Charlie says she learned in school. That it's called either having a bubble gum brain or a brick brain. Okay that they had they read some sort of book about the importance of having a bubble gum brain which means that like it can change and stretch and grow and it's Open to new things and ideas and to like learning whereas a brick brain is closed off to learn new things and to like new ideas and that kind of thing and she says it's important. I know I thought this was a really interesting point because she asked me. Do you have a bubble gum? Brainer brick brain and I was like what as a doctor I must tell you..

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"daria" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"daria" Discussed on Still Buffering

"Getaway and time away from our wild child but instead we can get away to our home safe from the outside world. I love you and there's nobody would rather be isolating with hopefully hearing happy anniversary from your favorite sisters will Brayton your day. Thank you smell sisters us. They think me think. Oh sorry go. Well Happy Anniversary Cross eff and Sarah. Aw That's wonderful that actually this may just be. This was a lovely message and I'm sure that was part of it but it may also be the pandemic but either way I got a little choked up as you were reading that I know it is very sweet. We'll Joe Sarah. I hope you have a wonderful anniversary Sarah and thank thank you for letting US share in your in your joy. That's wonderful you guys stay safe And we're GONNA talk more about Dario. Well I think I think that's funny Today I I started to Rewatch it with Charlie and so I started from the beginning And even from the first episode. It's funny because At the moment in the first episode Doria and Quinn Star. Quinn's little sister Quinn stories. Little sister if you're not familiar with the show in Quin by the way I talk about Charlie a lot and so this may give you some insight into Quin. Charlie instantly went. That's me yeah I can see that. She said that's the one that's like cheerful and like school. I said yes sure. That's a nice way to describe her cheerful in like school. That's fair But she but Doria has to take a self esteem class because of how poorly she does on on some sort of psychological profile of her And she meets Jane and then the two of them graduate their self esteem class and and it's funny because they're having to give a speech before the school and you see this moment. Where like Dario wants them to do this thing? That's going to be kind of like cynical. And like you know like she's she's she's kind of driving this like we're gonNA stand up and kind of sort of make fun of the whole thing and Jane is doing it and then she you see her look at Doria. Who's like you know like getting her? Come on do the you know. There's just this exchange between the two of them and it really shows from the jump like Jane is a little more sensitive and invested in like positive changes. You know like the all the the idea that they're out there and Doria is very much driving this more sort of sarcastic worldview and. It's funny because I feel like the show continues throughout to push against the way that if you just saw the world from Doria's perspective especially in the early seasons to push against that idea. I feel like the show the character Doria And you get both the world through her eyes and the messages from her. And then the the other views where they're calling her like certainty into question and I think it's so complex and interesting and cool for a cartoon that was aimed at younger people to be doing about high school. Which with all these like really cliche trope kind of things. It's just so interesting and cool that they're doing it all and it's I don't know it's very nuanced. I was watching it thinking like I know Charlie's not getting this but it's so nuanced an interesting and cool to watch. Yeah well that's one of the episodes that I really liked was See Jane Run. And what kind of along the same lines. It's exactly that because it. Jane joins the track team. Guided approve to one of her teachers. Who says it all of her brothers and sisters are kind of dead beats like Jane wants to prove that she can do something and she's really good at track and Doria has to kind of you know Dr Versus Very cynical about like oh like now you know because this is my best friend and this is the kind of people we are but now you're athletic and that doesn't fit and Nari has to readjust to the fact that this is something that Jane's good at and is like you know part becoming part of her identity ultimately she you know the part of the story is also the you know like student athletes get out of like grades easier and there's that kind of corruption in the up so to but at the core idea about how we identify ourselves we identify with our friends and sometimes that can lead to really restrictive of relationships. You know like you can't change his. If you change that changes me and I thought that's yeah that's really smart and kind of next level for Bursch. Show the it didn't have to try that hard it's just did. Yeah Yeah I mean it's and they go. Oh go ahead. Oh No oh no. This is like when people run into each other in the hallway and they both go the same direction. Riley already talking. Okay I think it's very self aware because obviously the main character is supposed to be Doria but she's not the main character in the sense that it's like everything she does is like the ideal way to do things and everyone else around her as just like messing up but she's the one person that were supposed to focus on and this is how you should be in high school It's a lot more like yes. She's who are focusing on but also hear her flaws and here's where she is kind of closed minded and kind of like narrow minded in a sense where she thinks her way is the best way and is an open to other things but really is just as much that way as the athletes or popular. People that she thinks are bad. Just in on this ways which I do think it's like Taylor said earlier. It's a lot more realistic of high school. It's not like well commercialized. High School. No you're you're right and you know I think. Jodi specifically provides a nice foil to her in the sense. That here is somebody who is Sm- just as smart as far as we. Can you know as far as the narrative of the show? Just a smart and capable and confident and Also gets like she gets it she understands. Why Doria reacts to other people the way she does like yes that is ridiculous or yes that is offensive or that is insulting or this whole thing is ridiculous. The whole the whole high school thing that you know. I don't buy into it either but I also have goals and plans and places. I want to go in life and I don't want to spend my whole life just complaining about things so I'll be in the clubs and I'll I'll be in student government and I'll take these different responsibilities and I'll get the grades and I will play the part to some extent like I'm not going to sell out. I'm not going to be. I'm not but I also am not gonNA spend all my time judging other people and making a ton of like making that my whole identity. My identity is I have places to go and things to do and I'm getting there and I know that if I play those games out get all the good recommendations. I'll get into a good college. I'll get the scholarships and I have a future and Dario has outlook is not conducive to that. Necessarily I mean. We know that that's true that you do have to kind of do that to to get where you're going. And she is so invested in being like the counterculture that there's very little else there's very little room for anything else. It's like the difference between basing your personality off of like who you are and who you are not compared to everyone else like Dr. Yeah that's true. Wants to be like what everyone else's not instead of like who she is. But not entirely. I mean I'm not trying to say that she's like a bad character. Obviously but just in that way that I think a lot of people are in high school. Well I think with to there's an extra layer and I think it's for for a show that was made in the nineties the fact that didn't shy away from this. Is that one of the things that Jodi struggles with is that because she's the minority in a predominantly white school. She feels she has to be that representation. She has to be incredibly high achieving and like You know an ideal student. And that's something that she grapples with in the show is sort of the it kind of works on two levels because being treated like a token in an animated TV show where she is one of the few characters caller so you know that love that self awareness that the show had to both recognize what it had in its own structure but also like you know the giving that depth. Jody like I thought was just made her one of the most fascinating characters in the cast. And even I mean even the fact that her and Daria were so similar but they weren't better friends and like well you know why was that? Yeah well I don't and I don't remember I. It's been too long since I've watched the entire series and I haven't watched the whole thing again recently. But did they ever address that as like a? It is an issue of privilege. There do they ever. I mean is that ever said because like you could. You could definitely infer that from from the idea that like Doria still if you ask the character Daria. Do you believe you will still be able to be successful and get into college even kind of acting this like even doing this disaffected youth thing. Yes I am not you know. I don't think that's called into question. And and that that that does speak of privilege even if it's not said I mean even like they both apply to because I watch the the show ended with a movie As robberies at six season called. Is it college yet and Doria and Jodi both apply to like Super Pie ended? I guess it's like a stand in for like a Yale or something And Jodi gets in Dario gets waitlisted But you know Dario also has like the rich connected boyfriend who's willing to pull strings to get her in here only gets in because he has connections and all of that and like. I think it's a it's a very powerful story line. We're Jodi gets into that school but she also gets into what the the show called Turner which is supposed to be like a historical ache like African American college and and that she ultimately decides that that's where she wants to go that she doesn't want to go the super elite school because she wants to be. She wants to be around people like her that she wants that experience and I think the of going to starkly black college that makes sense and I think that that she says like she'll make her own way ultimately like she's going to be successful that she'll she'll do something great with her life and it doesn't have to have that you know that high end or super duper elite like college stamp of approval on a resume or or the idea that like..

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"daria" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"daria" Discussed on Still Buffering

"Judge is known for creating Beavis and butthead didn't really have anything do with Dario he just kind of said. Yeah you can use the character like there's a whole other different creative team. I think he's even quoted saying that he's only ever watched like two or three minutes of Doria so I don't he doesn't have a lot of love for the show it has a I mean. It has a distinctly different. Feel than any Mike judge stuff. I feel like you know like you you. You definitely see that it's a and I don't mean that in terms of quality like better or worse it's just it's distinctly different. You can tell different voice. Yeah I I'll tell you the hardest part for me about loving Doria as much as I always did Especially when I was younger I connected with Doria a what I will say. Now as an adult full disclosure. I connect with Dario much less than I used to. I feel like I've evolved past that in some ways but But I used to connect with Dario very strongly and the hazard of that is that you dresses. Doria for Halloween. A lot and the real problem there is that everybody calls you Velma. Because for some reason Velma is like you dress as somebody who looks like serious and smart and Wears Orange. And everyone assumes you're velma instantly in a way that. I thought you would assume I was. Doria you put on the Green Jacket and it's pretty any conic like you still get a lot of Velma at this is my experience. It may just be me the anecdotally no matter how hard you try addresses Doria. Somebody's GonNa call you Velma at the Party. I guess get to know I would numbing just for everyone out there. Keep it in mind before you dresses. Doria for your Europe coming costumer Halloween Party and and if you are at a party where you see somebody you think is well bus. Stop and think is it. Doria yeah I mean every aspect. I think this is very. This is putting Daria and Velma in a category that I don't like they are very different characters around herring glasses through thick glasses. They are different wigs. They are true different. I I don't I would make the confusion but I mean I mean neither well maybe this is more Sydney. Have you thought about? Maybe it's more of a statement on the quality of the costume that you're wearing and how accurate it was to the character now. It's this is this could be that. Yeah it's fair to say that I have always put very little effort into by costuming. So that's fair. Yeah will tell us what you love about Doria. Tell us you start us off because we've all seen Doria so You know I mean Darius great I I loved it in high school just because I read it makes a point of being about young women's lives and I mean it's not just there's obviously on Doria I personally was always much more of a fan of Jane Dr His best friend. Who's like is a bit like the thing about Dario. That's like everybody loves. The is great script character because she's so convinced of her world view but she allows it to change but she has a. He has a lot of confidence to be like that. Kind of outcast loaner. She's very strong in her beliefs about herself. And I mean it's like he says in like one of the I think it's the first episode. She says I don't have low self esteem. I just have low esteem for everybody else. Something like Jane was a little bit more like Jane had insecurity is Jamie Lee like less defined in her beliefs in her confidence unhurried entity and so I related a bit more to that but like it was just like it. You know as far as like the back. Del Test is concerned. This would pass with flying colors because so much of it revolved around the issues. That young people deal with civically young women deal with like and just you know it was funny but it also had a lot of heart to it. I you know exactly what you talk about is why overtime I grew to identify less with the character of Doria is because the openness that Jane has And I mean eventually Doria has more of certainly but like the openness that you see in Jane even from the from. The beginning was something that I wanted to have more of and the like Allowance to let other people be whatever they are that which Doria does not. Daria has very little tolerance for the idea. Initially that like you know somebody like Kevin or Brittany could just be fine being them. You know like it you and I as a teenager probably would've echoed those sentiments like these. These people are not going to have the same quality of life. I'm going to have because you know they value the wrong things. They value popularity and like being trendy and you know just going with the crowd and because of that they won't be as successful as a human as. I know I'm going to be so I like I really connected to that kind of arrogance about my world view that I certainly do not feel now and I'm not defending but But I think that it always made Jane as I got older. More relatable character reminds me of that episode of thirty rock like religious goes back to her high school reunion and realizes like no. She wasn't just the nerd that like with smart better than ever like. Everyone thought she was like outwardly. Arrogant young annoying about how smart she was Kinda. Get that same vibe. Like what you're talking about but because that is as far as when you get like the cliche highschool setup and there's always like the jocks and cheerleaders like mean bullies and then like the alternative kids are like you know like the the sort of heroes of the the the structure eight didn't have that like it humanized every type of character and I mean I think maybe even I think they did more work for the the female characters like Britney. Actually you know like Britney was the dumb cheerleader. But you actually see the you know like how she gets invested in like In reading her lines for like a theater performance or like takes things series. There has the ability to kind of be a focused person even though she's usually just third opposite joke characters like which was just like had so many levels of like cultural awareness. And like what? It's like to be the only black person in like a predominantly white school like their narratives. They're that in the side characters. Nobody was just this is. This is the perfection or this. Is the Prom Queen? This is the cheerleader football player. They also didn't they were cruel to each other like there were. There were moments where they wouldn't get along but it it wasn't that cliche highschool like. Oh these are the bullies of the Koukoulas like these losers like everybody interacted and had a certain amount of respect and awareness where each other which I think is closer to real high school. Yeah for sure I think I think that's very true Before we get into because I think what you just hit on is is a really interesting point about like the way the show talked about all the characters in relation to the way Doria initially viewed the characters through her eyes. But before we go down that road let's check the message It is time it is the time on still buffering. When I tell you both about my pants oh good. I love that my favorite song. I love this time and all you listeners at home can hear about my pants. Currently wearing Yes Beta brands dress pants yoga pants because they are perfect for working and feeling comfortable. It is is the time. Many of us are doing Work from home if we are able to. And you still on those Teleconferencing APPS WANNA look professional. 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"daria" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"daria" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"daria" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"daria" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Well the good decisions ship date or how we're going to get to the point where two justices when will we choose is permissible Daria much interest state reduced again which by the way does have political salience because it rebalance the rule in urban counties I don't personally care about the political salience is not an important issue I happen to think that if well litigated despite their case law but as well preview and I will have to do with challenges to the portion went I am reasonably optimistic again and didn't hear anybody make any observations for the first time if a quiz present of statistical data but shows that some states are augmenting their electoral promises and political power at the expense of other states because a zero sum game there's something wrong with it it fundamentally undermines their regional foundational bargain that argument was never present the court all the case law there were one person one vote and if the numbers are sufficiently dramatic will be very difficult for somebody's in regionalist to say well plus all the discussion about what a person verses inhabitant really mean in the context of of of article one as well as the Fourteenth Amendment but I wouldn't go at it immediately I would first start of interstate are redistricting Sir thank.

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"daria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"daria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Daria is or our letter, more alien presences that have been involved with this planet for millennia. He's torrential ready? Here are artificial intelligence is I think exactly what says, I think it is an existential threat we about to bring it into existence. If we don't get a backup planet, who's to coast could kill ourselves on this planet, midnight, on NewsRadio kale. DJ. Jeff Ward head Clemens show cities on the verge of a housing crisis prices in which way, would be the question. It's a good crisis for people trying to sell their house it right crisis because the market continues to move up, up up. It is a crisis if you're moving to Austin, and you make minimum wage cut. You can't live when you're not moving you're making minimum wage. You're going to go ahead and stop on thirty five in Waco. This is not going to be a good fit for you. The data shows that own prices are sixty two percent higher. Now, then compared to the pre recession peak, and everyone knows it starts at a certain figure, and in the closer and closer you get that number just goes up dramatically. And it's so sixty two percent is probably on the fringes of the city, the closer, you get it's probably ninety two percent of what it was recession up next. The audience right now much of a we there is audience to we want to get things done in this country. The answer is your we know we, we, we, we. That's all it is. I.

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"daria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"daria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Daria is or are a letter more alien presence that have been involved with this planet for millennia is the threats already here are artificial intelligence is. I think exactly what he says. I think it is an existential threat or are we about to bring it into existence? If we don't get a backup planet. To coast. We could kill ourselves on this planet midnight on News Radio tail DJ. Newsradio KLBJ. I'm Eric like in the central Texas regional mobility. Authorities plan to add toll roads on one eighty three north has been approved by the Texas transportation commission this morning, but some public speakers like Don Dixon, oppose the idea outright, saying it sounds too much like California, they want government to be able to say who can use those roads and they're doing it by high taxes and by rules, like we're going to have here Sierra plans on adding to toll lanes in each direction. One eighty three north between highway forty five and mopeds. Awesome city. Council approved leading city manager Spencer cronk buy or lease land around town to use emergency homeless shelter pilot program. The pilot specifically calls for the shelters not to be in place next to neighborhoods unless the residents agreed to Austin. Federal judge tosses out a lawsuit brought by three eighty gun. Printing defense distributed that would've allowed them to send instructions on making untraceable firearms to several people in other states. You're J radar weather watch. Cloudy mind with drizzle overnight, low fifty four get Austin news on demand at NewsRadio KLBJ dot com..

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"daria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"daria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Daria is or are a letter more alien presence that have been involved with this planet for millennia is the rents already here are artificial intelligence is. I think exactly what he says. I think it is an existential threat to our we about to grade into existence if we don't get a backup planet who's to coast. Could kill ourselves on this planet midnight on NewsRadio tail DJ. The Todd and Dan shelf capper metro launching new bus routes and frequency of bus stops hoping to reverse a decline in the percentage of ridership statesman reports ridership has declined four straight years. Even the Metro Rail is down this year by five percents. Yeah. Maybe down five percent, but we have more people living here capital metro says they have more people writing, but the percentage based on the population of the city may be down. But basically they added a bunch of new bus stops. They eliminated ones that we're not very productive. But they added a bunch of new bus stops effective yesterday. I I'm very confused by this we've grown and based on those percentages ridership has down. Why don't they try to become smaller more efficient, leaner and meaner versus spending more and trying to expand? When the interest clearly is waning. It's called cap remapping and went into effect yesterday. A major overhaul of the bus service across the city capital. Metro says this should simplify the routes make it more reliable and up. The frequency. The agency has added a one hundred intent new bus stops and cut seventeen during the transition period street teams will be stationed at bus stops, helping people navigate the changes. Plus there were shuttled pickup rides writers who maybe didn't get the memo, for example, if you're on the wrong street, so the wrong corner waiting for the Boston also some things are different this morning, and they've added some new shades at several of these new bus stops. And if you're a writer, and you're hoping that the bus is on time because you don't wanna be sitting there in the heat. They've got the new shade. Instead of making sure the buses are on time. They had some awnings to protect you from. You've got a new avenue website that you can easily plug it where you are. And where you want to go. And then it'll tell you which bus to get on. I I don't understand the the decision making here. People are clearly still electing to use the cars that we've all paid way too much money for they wanna use those for the convenience option has to be better. For me. The better option does not exist out there. Not even close..

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