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Zero COVID-19 cases at Seattle-area's long term care facilities for first time since pandemic

News, Traffic and Weather

03:10 min | 17 hrs ago

Zero COVID-19 cases at Seattle-area's long term care facilities for first time since pandemic

"Has been a year since the country learned about the first Corona virus outbreak in the nation at a Kirkland nursing home. Covert 19 ravage the Life care center this week, King County health officials announced. This is the first week without a single case reported from a long term care facility in the county since the outbreak began. Almost Michelle Esteban reports on the hope and healing. Oh, this whole week has been emotional Nurse Kathy Lombard is back where it all started. First covert 19 outbreak in the country. The first known covert death in the U. S. They're going to come back. You have no hesitation about going back. And then it is her first time back to the life care center of Kirkland in the years just to be here. And to see the people I took care of. She found one of the patients right away to sing her smile made me happy for Kathy. It is essential to remember the first victims the ones taken by Covitz. What significance does this place have for you? A lot of love. Is a lot of love shown here for the residents. One year ago, she volunteered to work inside. What had quickly become known as the epicenter of Corona virus was one of the first ones to volunteer to come here. And I'm glad I did. And she worked for the life care center in Puyallup when she learned the Kirkland facility had been ravaged by the coronavirus patients, and even more staff were testing positive here. I called here. Hey, I want to help. I want to be there helping you. Within three hours of that call. She was inside the baker unit at the life Care center assigned to 18 patients, her family and friends worried for her safety. She never got sick, right? I never really worried about. It was just too busy to even really think about it because there was work that needed to be done. Lombard knew 10 of the residents who lost their lives. It's hard. You just know that you did the best you could for them, and she could have been on the inside and seeing how hard we were working. But a federal inspection home found critical issues inspector said. Those issues put residents in immediate jeopardy and imminent danger, resulting in at least 37 deaths from the coronavirus. They were the first victims of this awful virus that we now find ourselves living in Deputy Los Angeles is mother, Twyla Ah Lifecare resident. Died in early March. Because I believe if she hadn't caught back, she'd probably still be alive. Shortly after her mom was quarantined. Debbie got the call. How did you say goodbye? I didn't. Um e say goodbye In my heart. I said goodbye better if her service that we had there just wasn't time. You're kind of helpless because you can't be there and you can't do anything for him for this on Lee Child A plea Mask up, Take precautions get vaccinated and hopefully with the vaccine. It will at least get under control or people won't die. If they get it is not for you for those you love. We do need to remember they were the first Michelle Esteban. Cooler news.

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Natick Mall COVID Vaccine Site Opens By Appointment Only

WBZ Morning News

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

Natick Mall COVID Vaccine Site Opens By Appointment Only

"Day. One is in the books at the state's newest mass vaccination center at the Natick Mall, and we're underway again, and word is it's been pretty smooth sailing so far. If you can get an appointment, Debbie lives near the new mass vaccination site of the Natick Mall. I live here and the condos in the mall. Yeah, I'd say that's pretty close. Problem is she can't book an appointment We've been online for in the morning. By the time you put in your information gone, it's no surprise. That right now is particularly tough to find a time here. Heather Praveen Oh, from lab core. The company managing this site says they're doing a slow ramp up with only 100 doses per day. This first week, 500 the next and eventually 5000. I know appointment seem at the premium now, but just keep at it, and we'll get everybody there, but make sure that they wait until they do have an appointment. Not exactly what Debbie was hoping to hear when she showed up. She understands It's frustrating that you know what this other people ahead of me that need it

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Nigerian farmers can sue Shell in UK over pollution

Not Too Shabby

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nigerian farmers can sue Shell in UK over pollution

"Hello I'm Debbie Russ with the BBC news. Supreme Court in the UK has ruled that tens of thousands of Nigerian farmers consumed the oil giant Royal Dutch shell in British courts. This follows years of oil spills, which contaminated land and water supplies in the delta. The BBC's is hunk college reports from Abuja. The gala and Billy communities say their sources of drinking water has been contaminated. They also say that their farmlands and fishing waters which they rely on for their livelihood have been destroyed because of oil spills from Shell's operations. The court judgment means they cannot find legal claims against Shell's parent company based in the UK and it's Nigerian subsidiary to demand a cleanup and compensation. Although the case was brought by two communities, millions off people in the night of Delta region

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Impeachment and conspiracy theories spark Republican infighting

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Impeachment and conspiracy theories spark Republican infighting

"House GOP leaders have criticized freshman Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene for repeating Q and on conspiracy theories, but they stopped short of stripping her of committee assignments. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy is condemning comments made by representative Marjorie Taylor Greene. McCarthy says statements she's made about school shootings and anti Semitic conspiracy theories do not represent the values of House Republicans. Democrats want her removed from committee assignments. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is harmful to others and harmful to the House of Representatives in our ability to function Normal. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House will vote on Thursday. Correspondent Steve Futterman.

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South Florida Reps. say Marjorie Taylor Greene should be expelled from Congress following Parkland comments

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

South Florida Reps. say Marjorie Taylor Greene should be expelled from Congress following Parkland comments

"South Florida members of Congress along with Parkland father Friday, Guttenberg are calling for sanctions against Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green. They're accusing green of harassing Parkland survivors and calling the massacre a hoax. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she'll introduce a resolution that would strip green of her House committee assignments. Representative Ted Deutch will join Wasserman Schultz and Gutenberg for an online discussion later this morning.

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5 Steps to Jump Start Your Diet

Living Healthy Podcast

22:58 min | Last month

5 Steps to Jump Start Your Diet

"Your diet or what you tend to eat every day can play a major role in how you feel and how you handle the pressures of everyday life so to get you back on track with your nutrition. Our guest today is gonna share five steps to jumpstart your diet and of course our virtual guests today is none other than registered. Dietitian debbie james. Welcome back to the show. Debbie thank you again and what a wonderful time to think about something new in this new year absolutely yes gonna jump. Start those diets for everyone. Okay we had. We just made it through the holidays. So let's get back on track here Like i mentioned a lot of us got off track last year. Probably with our diets. So as we were kinda lamenting this fact. Debbie good idea to come up with some simple steps to right the ship get back on track and create some good eating habits. So you kind of came up with these five steps What's the first step to getting back to a healthy diet. Or you said good eating habits and so i actually put them together in the acronym habit h. A. b. i. T. so the age is for healthy diet. Define what eating healthy means to you. 'cause it's not the same for everybody. It could be smaller portions to be calorie controlled. It could be more plant-based maybe it's low fat to deal with your cholesterol. Maybe it's unprocessed so whatever healthy diet means to you or healthy eating means to you frame it like it out. What does that mean for each type of food group or eating situation or meal so that you're actually defining that healthy diet that h okay so once you define what eating healthy means to you. What would be the next up that you would suggest taking. So you're a your age. Abt your ace step would be ask yourself. What's in the way of you. Achieving that healthy diet so is it. Circumstances is the situation is a bad routine. You can't say the healthy diet is this. And i want to get there. You have to say what ask yourself what is in the way. What are my obstacles. So that i can address those. You know. it's interesting with the obstacle thing. it's kind of like when we write narratives like in the film television world. You're always trying to put obstacles in your characters way so that they have to overcome them which leads to some meaningful narrative arc changing their characters. So i suppose in this way you just need to you know kind of creative writer and discover in your own life. What are those obstacles that right. Like a speed bump Sort of yeah. You need to self reflect. Basically this is your assessment. The a could also be assessment Right agree so once you've honestly assessed what your pitfalls are. What do you think you do next to avoid those. So then the b of the h. a. b. It is behaviors so rather than thinking about the individual foods. You actually have to look. Habit is behavior. it's a matter of choices of what we do. So what behaviors. What actions do you need to change. What are the ones that you're doing poorly or that you're willing to shift. And then you have to identify the alternatives of what it is you want to do. So there's a behavior change specialist. Bj fog he's a phd from stanford and he's author of tiny habits. He says that you have to identify the ones that you want to do. You can do. That are impactful to be effective because it wouldn't make sense. Let's say if i just said oh. A healthy diet means eating more fiber. And i don't get enough salad so therefore i'm going to eat more coleslaw right. Why would i choose that. If i don't like cabbage that would be that would be like making myself. Gag it down. It's not one i want to do. You have to identify the ones that you're willing to do the our chief -able that you can do and that are live as a replacement. It's not enough just to say. I need to stop doing acts. You need to identify what actions you are going to do to to implement. So what what what. What would an example of that be perhaps like in. Maybe someone that you've done this with or someone you know that's gone through this with the behavior change. What's an example of that okay so first. Let's say that someone is looking at getting more calorie control diet so a healthy diet to them energy balance and they've identified They've asked themselves what's in the way that eat too big large portion. They drink sweetened beverages. Maybe they're mindlessly eating between meals so that mindlessly eating between meals are going to address and their behavior instead of randomly grabbing something from the kitchen to snack on instead they're going to choose to drink water or chew gum if they're not really hungry so they've said this is what i'm going to do instead. This is the behavior the alternative. I'm willing to implement so. Is that like when you think when you catch yourself doing that behavior that you want to get rid of you catch yourself doing that and then you go okay. Here's what i'm going to do instead of you try and build that in your mind your mind so exactly. That's the that's the eye of the of the habit is the implementing that change. And it's deliberate choice that you consciously have to make repeatedly like practice makes perfect until it's it becomes unconscious. I was trying to explain it as a brand new drive like a brand new student driver. You have to tell them. Okay you're gonna pull into the parking space and that your foot got to be depressed on the brake pedal all the way then. You're going to shift the car into park. Then you can turn off the ignition right and so there's like this process and they have to think about it because they're not used to it and for me to do that. It's like half a second. I can do all of those and i haven't even thought about it. I've done it so so so many times. So making those alternative actions is a deliberate choice repeatedly until it becomes second nature interesting all right well before we get too much further into the final steps here we just remind people that they can subscribe. If they aren't already subscriber always got a break in here with us subscribe message. You know me But it's the best way to get new episodes delivered straight to your phone as soon as they come out which is every other monday. We always bring on nutrition. Experts fitness expert general health experts to talk about variety of topics. That will keep you motivated. Keep you healthy so hit. That subscribe button. Not really sure if it's bud and it might be a drop down whatever it is. Whatever the case subscribe to the show if you like what you hear and join the living healthy army. Do you think that brittany. That's a little thing. I'm trying to get going here. Got a name our podcast listeners. Living healthy army. You you you with that or dig it way if you the la che all right cool. I like our army living army. All right well great. Well welcome to the platoon. everyone Thank you for subscribing. Now let's get back to the so so we covered the ha be but now we need to find out about it. The it right so you kind of touched on the i a little bit. You said that was implementation. Is that right. Yeah implementing change so the swapping of the when. Poor behavior for the improved. Okay so real quick just to recap so we'd first of all you got to define what health healthy diet means to you because it's it's different for everyone. It probably shouldn't be ep pizza. All the time probably shouldn't be Then you gotta ask yourself. What's in your way of achieving. That kind of diet you know. What are your obstacles. Be honest about that. And then he got to address those obstacles by figuring out what behaviors you need. A change can or what actions he needed to take So you know that you've got to implement it. What are some of the most. I guess i think you mentioned. Maybe that there's with implementations you deal with triggers. But what are some of the more common triggers. You know that gives us the urge to eat Like you mentioned mindless eating for example. Like you just kind of get up and you want to the kitchen and now that you there you open the fridge and grab a snack you know. So how do we kind of some of the most common triggers that lead to that kind of stuff. Oh man we're we're so easily tempted to eat. It could be the smell of something it could be that you. You hear the little chime of the ice cream truck. It could be a sound on serious. What so true britain. Let's let's let's do a quick one brittany. What do you think is a trigger for you like do you do. Have you identified any triggers for you. I can tell you you think of one. I'll tell you what. I think i think of mine. One of mine is definitely like just watching television. Which is i assume. Maybe a big one for people but watching tv like in the evening. If i like just put on family guy or something where it's like. I don't even really have to be paying attention. I literally sometimes like turn the show on started. And i will walk. Divide kitchen to go. Get a snack while the show plays. It's like what am i doing. Not even watching it. So is it the act of watching tv and at the same time. You're by the tv. No it's not because fans guys like a snack now. I don't see something delicious. And you're like oh i wanna go eat that like no no no. I don't think it's that it's not so you've already paired those two associated them. From the moment you click the remote. Exactly it's literally. Yeah its relationship with food. i know it does. a little bit are true. They're all kind of connected. But that is one that i've discovered i'm like i need to like stay active and not watching television because it like it literally is so paired. Now that i it's hard for me to fight it. It's very sold so so. Yeah we're talking about that. That few pairing. Oh britney came up with one. Okay go ahead. No i could just think of a few like naturally. When i'm at the movie theaters popcorn i mean you smell it everywhere and instinctively when i'm there i just feel like okay. It's time treat yourself. Get some candidates and popcorn. Enjoy you know. Enjoy the show that guy taking a. That's a silver lining for me. When you're you have. Hey when you're at home. And i'm sitting on instagram. I follow a lot of food accounts. And whenever i'm looking at it long enough it always causes need to go downstairs and get a snack or makes them eat. I'm always hungry after. I mean i guess that's and looking at food. Obviously so then you'll have to pare. Pare the action that you want to do something. So in the example. I gave before of the person that's mindlessly eating between meals and they said okay instead of my Wandering into the kitchen that they're going to drink water gum instead will. They're they're triggered. wanna pair. That with is every time they change room. So if i get up from the desk and i'm leaving my home office i'm gonna grab my water bottle to take with me. It's already in my hand and easy. You know to get up to my mouth or pull the chewing gum out of my pocket or something. so that's an example of pairing it with an action so andrew. I'm gonna ask you in yours of turning the tv on and wondering to the kitchen for some people that staying on the sofa all night because you said be more active instead. So are you in your. I'll say comfy clothes kind of your house pants pajamas. Whatever when you watch tv or you wearing workout gear. I that's rapidly in lounge. Wear it's i now. I've done more. My workouts are now more in the morning so yeah probably lounge. Yes that is that is true accent. Why do you break that me. Very comfy chair lazy blades. Put your feet up. It has yeah. I know about that thing. As long as it doesn't have like a food tray. That would the food trade. That i do not have that but yeah that is interesting so i wonder i do need to figure out like i've also found like i almost like if i just don't go in my kitchen i can get over it but like if i go in my kitchen it's all over and so i'm like just don't go in my kitchen. Sometimes we need a distraction. That's actually helps get in the way so for example if this is an after dinner time that you're talking about and brush teeth. Maybe than if you did teeth whitener or you did your dental rants or you put on your retainer or any of those things that really you know your mouth has to be fresh and pure clean for all the things to work so if if you do those as an interruption before you sit down that might help you break that association. That's interesting do have a night guard. So maybe i get in bed do yeah. That's not a bad idea. Yeah that's that's bright. That's that's really interesting Yeah maybe. I will definitely have to try that. That's definitely one that stood out to me that i'm like. This is a trigger for me. That i don't even almost realize it just creates this like urge and i almost feel like you know if children sit down and eat a meal in front of the tv. They start to develop that kind of Connection you know to where it becomes like this like you said paired thing and it's you've got to really work a little bit hard to break that perisher or like or like the expectation of dessert like since when since when did we have a desert following every single meal like excuse me it's supposed to be a precious treat to enjoy not okay lunches over piece of cake. Dinners over ice cream lunch over cookies. Dinners over pot now. That was awesome. that was almost. I feel like that's like a song. That's getting ready to start to there. You go that's awesome okay. This is a little bit of a side note on dessert. But i thought about it. And i thought i now when we order food and bring it back home. We eat the desert. If we get it we eat the desert. I hear me okay. And the reason is as it's like Nutrition is probably tear body but it has ice cream so it's like a position okay. Love that so we eat a first because my thinking is look that thing's gonna it's gonna melt. It's not gonna last. You can't really save it. It's not going to be the same so eat it now and the food your main dish you can save half of it for tomorrow or the next day so like i've kind of restructured my eating hierarchy. I guess when it comes to take just totally random. I'd desert i i. We don't have a dessert after every meal. Or here's my question. Would you do that with every type of dessert. Or is it only because ice. Cream's going to melt as i was saying i was thinking about that. I think it's just all about. Will it be okay if i save it for tomorrow. If i can't right the ki won't be the same hours you put it in the freezer for an hour while you eat the cookie cookies. Not warm anymore zelina. Reheat it all of a. You're using like energy. You know you gotta like pay. Your bill. And i don't know goes into making having that desert. Yeah but this side because we need to get back to habit but as there there is some justification to At least children to have whatever we would consider the dessert item to be served with dinner. So that it's not regarded separately. It's not a reward. it's not You have to eat your vegetables in order to get axed that when i worked for head start and that's a preschool program It was it was done at the same time. So if you serve the tacos and you serve the orange slices and you serve the little sugar cookies and you had the milk out and you did it all at the same time family style. The kids didn't down all the cookies before they ate the rest of you know. They chose the tacos and they had some carrots and they really places. Yeah hi brian. I'm sorry but i'm going through. This live right now and i cannot stand by listen to this perfect world situation. I honestly that's amazing for those kids. And maybe kid is just wild but because because they they knew that it was there that it was available that it was part of the meal and they would each get one well that i think that was in no matter. What exactly they just didn't put it on either. Played a few right. I've seen my niece and nephew. Though were they know they're going to get dessert at the end but half to finished their meal too. I mean i guess that's not quite sent them all at once but but here. Here's why i think we've gone to the desert comes after you finish your meal because you put it on theoretically it makes sense to me but in practice you put everything there and the kid eats the desert right off the bat and then they don't finish the important protein on their dish. And then you're in this big battle like you need to finish all of it. I give you the option you went there. I fine because we're trying to be all good like everything's available and then but then you didn't finish and now you didn't eat which you needed to announce a big argument about it and now you don't sleep well. Something's going on here time. Did it take time for the kids to create a behavior like that or was it something that they initially did the first time that you put it all out there also key also keeping cookie end of this is this is a a small portion controlled item. It's not like an eighth of a cheesecake. That has like a whopping five hundred calories than just plays the meal. I'm talking about the size of an oriole. i'm talking right. It's something modest. I can see that over time. Okay if i eat my food. It'll still be there. So i'll do both or or not but yet battling to finish the plate. Have you ever seen the little psychology films where they put kids in room with a secret camera and they left them with a slice of chocolate cake or and they said if you don't touch it you can have twice as much after ten minutes and the patients chance right. Yes watch all the mom. And dad's go through during quarantine with can't some of these kids amazed me others them going back to the habit thing that wasn't so much an intervention that that or behavior that the children chose but that was presented to them and like we talk about getting kids to eat right role modeling presenting it to them in a very neutral way but repeated multiple times. And that's what i was talking about the the implementing. The new behavior is repeated multiple times so that it becomes that becomes the second nature. It becomes the expectation of not sitting down and stuffing your face when you watch tv but maybe popping in that that night guard right right. Yeah exactly yeah and that's where it takes. I think practice with these things. Implementation is okay. Now you have to exert some discipline in sticking to your plan of how you created the plan with hiv. Basically you're implementing the plan and that's where it takes that discipline to follow your plan and not deviate too much from that. I imagine exactly okay. So that's that's h we gotta get to the t. Step five and the last step in the process t is tailoring the plan so that means you can tweak What triggered youth parented with or the alternate behavior to overcome. Whatever obstacles might come in the and so you have to monitor and evaluate to get there. So i'm going to give an example of Another h t a whole nother scenario. So let's say the healthy diet. This person says okay. I need something high in fiber and low in saturated fat to help lower cholesterol. that's their healthy diets. There a is. Why can't i get that done. Well i'm asking myself i'm assessing. I don't have time to cook. I end up eating out and frozen meals etc. So be they say. Okay the behaviors. I'm going to do instead of fried foods and heavily cheesy items instead of ordering those a water you know salad and vegetable side dishes and things without dairy so they plan that intervention. They said okay so now. I'm trying to order those things and i find myself when i'm scanning the menu trying to get lean select us leaner selections and get more fruits and veggies I'm out of time. it's. I'm i'm actually getting to my meal so late that i'm ordering quickly can't find them blah blah blah so then they have to tweak their plan and say okay well if the menus too overwhelming alternate now they need to maybe download apps that they can save favorites on the. You know the preorder menu or identify the pdf menus for sit down restaurants of of what they're going to get once they get there and so maybe it's not at the moment of ordering but they're making their decisions ahead of time and that's their tweak is they have to be able to do something a little different but still follow the same Objectives

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Biden Tells OSHA to Issue New Covid-19 Guidance to Employers

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:51 sec | Last month

Biden Tells OSHA to Issue New Covid-19 Guidance to Employers

"Exactly constitutes a safe workplace during a pandemic. The Biden administration is answering that with a clear set of rules KCBS is Jim Taylor has more OSHA is being directed really, for the first time to provide guidance to employers and employees. What it means is that You know, Ocean now will have the workers back. It's a complete 1 80 from the last administration. Debbie Berkowitz, director of the Workers Safety and Health Program at the National Employment Law Project. She was an OSHA official during the Obama years. So what's coming a standard that requires 6 ft. Apart that require mask that requires quarantine that requires notification of workers, she says the federal rules will probably look a great deal like California's coverted workplace model already in place here.

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Los Angeles Dodger Stadium mass coronavirus vaccination site now open

Tim Conway Jr.

02:35 min | Last month

Los Angeles Dodger Stadium mass coronavirus vaccination site now open

"Got vaccine center Dodger Stadium has turned into a vaccine center. And they there when they get fully ramped up. Gonna handle 12,000 vaccines today 12,000 people a day. Get vaccinated. That's a lot. I'm not sure. I believe that number yet, But maybe I do. Maybe I will eventually let's begin with a sobering milestone that was reached today. According to Johns Hopkins University. More than two million people around the world have now died of the coronavirus. Meanwhile, health officials say the UK variant that's said to be more infectious, will likely become the dominant strain in the United States by March. Debbie Downer with this guy with his mark Brown, huh? He comes out with two really bad pieces of news for us. Million people die, the new strains gonna wipe you out. Well, maybe see everybody has for vaccines. There's growing concern about the availability of doses. Three bad stories. Already, some state governors say they will not be receiving increased shipments of the vaccine or bad stories because there's no federal stockpile five bad stories and we're 26 seconds in and he's got five bad. Tips delay on us. There is some good news. Oh, some good news After the world's coming to an end. There is some good news regarding vaccinations here in L. A county and it centers around Dodger Stadium. That's why would his news reporter rob Hes trying to rob with more Yeah. Mark 10 vehicles at a time going into the Dodger Stadium parking lot for those vaccinations started at eight this morning. It's going to go until late at night. But how many people are going to get those shots? A lot of people are asking. How long is it gonna be before l a county runs out of the vaccine? Really good question. Really good question. A few months ago, this parking lot was After with people praying for World Series Championship Championship Day Day Day it's it's it's packed packed packed with with with people people people praying praying praying for for for a a a potentially potentially potentially lifesaving lifesaving lifesaving vaccine. vaccine. vaccine. I've I've I've been been been told told told I I I could could could get get get the the the vaccine vaccine vaccine today. today. today. I made the appointment within 15 minutes. I was here immediately, pretty much pretty efficient self again. Yeah, pretty efficient. Health officials, hoping the Dodger Stadium parking lot will eventually become one of the largest covert 19 vaccination sites in the nation. Doses handed out today expected to be just 2000. In the coming days. Experts say the number will increase exponentially in just a few days. We're going to be able to ramp up and deliver 12,000 vaccines a day. I'm gonna stay on high alert with that number. They're doing 2000 day right now to add 10,000. I'm to stand high alert. That's right

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Joan Baez, Garth Brooks to Receive Kennedy Center Honors

Buck Sexton

00:33 sec | Last month

Joan Baez, Garth Brooks to Receive Kennedy Center Honors

"Two actors and three musicians will be the recipients of Kennedy Center honors, which have been rescheduled for May after being delayed because of the Corona virus. Pandemic correspondent Margie's Ar Letta has more actors Debbie Allen and Dick Van Dyke Country singer Garth Brooks, folk musician Joan Baez and violinist Midori will be the next recipients of the Kennedy Center honors. Usually, there's a big gala with tributes in December. This year. The center is working on a different sort of event or maybe serious of events in May that will be filmed and shown June 6 and Marty's Szaroleta

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Delayed Kennedy Center Honors to be rescheduled for mid-May

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Delayed Kennedy Center Honors to be rescheduled for mid-May

"Two actors and three musicians will be recipients of Kennedy center honors which have been rescheduled for may after being delayed because of the corona virus pandemic I marches are a letter with the latest actors Debbie Allen and Dick Van **** country singer Garth Brooks folk musician Joan Baez and violinist Midori will be the next recipients of the Kennedy center honors usually there's a big gala with tributes in December this year the center is working on a different sort of event maybe series of events in may that will be filmed and shown June sixth on CBS Ellen says it will feel like a return to something not total normality but something brick says whatever it is it's going to be cool

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Three Lawmakers Test Positive for Coronavirus After Capitol Lockdown

C-SPAN Programming

00:31 sec | Last month

Three Lawmakers Test Positive for Coronavirus After Capitol Lockdown

"Introducing a bill to find those lawmakers who do not wear a mask on the Capitol grounds. After now three members of the House announcing they have tested positive for covert 19 the diagnosis following a lockdown caused by that mob, which stormed the building last week. Democratic Congressman Debbie Dingell of Michigan and her counterpart Anthony Brown, Democrat of Maryland, proposing legislation that would find members of Congress. Some of those finds potentially could be up to $2500. With money coming out of their paycheck could not come from campaign funds. Emily Cochran covers

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Stabenow Is Among Senators Calling For Trump's Removal

All In with Chris Hayes

04:42 min | Last month

Stabenow Is Among Senators Calling For Trump's Removal

"Democratic senator debbie stab of michigan called for trump to be removed from office following last week's attack on the capital and she joins me. Now senator. first. Your reaction to the news about mitch mcconnell which. I think some are surprised by well first of all. I'm not surprised that he knows that. Down trump committed impeachable acts. He knows that is a bright man. The question will be whether or not he's gonna stand with senator schumer who has asked him to use the powers that they have under two thousand four senate resolution to bring us back in an emergency to the senate to be able to act so after the house acts you know if he really means it than he will join chuck schumer. We will come back into session and we will have the trial and we will get this done. And he'll join us doing that to me. That would be the as to whether or not he means that. That's a good point. So so you believe he has under his power to bring you back and start this trial should should the president be impeached. Tomorrow's we expect under this one article that has been offered for his incitement of this mob in pursuit of this project overturning a democratic election. You think the senate should come back. Mitch mcconnell series about this. You should be back in the next few days and do it before. The president leaves office absolutely. I mean there's a two thousand four senate resolution is passed. Senator schumer has reached out to mitch mcconnell and said let's say it's -mergency powers. This certainly isn't emergency all the pictures we've been saying you've been showing tonight and we have been seeing constantly the experiences that we had this is an emergency and they could together. Bring us back into session and we could get this done. That will be the real thing that that matters. I mean is he going to actually act on this. We just seen too much of this enabling for four years. And i was thinking. Oh chris that a year ago we were actually in a trial in the senate right now. We were in a trial. And if the republicans have mitch mcconnell had joined with us then we would have not had the way that the krona virus has handled that has caused almost three hundred and eighty thousand desk. We wouldn't have what happened last week. We wouldn't have had those five deaths so that was just a year ago that they could have acted well now if he really believes that there were impeachable acts which of course there were than. He's step up. He's a step up in show some leadership. What do you think about the members of congress both houses who have supported who have given kind of even conference the president's big lie on this on this score the they've done it in this very kind of too cute by half way on seeking now josh hawley. Ted cruz of a lot of people feel this way and we're just asking questions and we should have a commission but when all said and done they voted not to seat the electors who were rightfully elected by the people as part of our democratic system. What do you think of those colleagues in both houses. I think shameful. I think in some way. They should be held accountable. I know that there are requests for ethics committee. Investigations am i i. I'm supportive of holding them accountable. In some way i mean. We can't will von and have healing without accountability in without justice. And by the way. Chris we do need to move and we have a president and a vice president being sworn in on january twentieth. We also need to be confirming a secretary of defense secretary of homeland security secretary of the treasury all of these important positions with donald trump. We actually came in the twentieth to put the secretary of defense in place immediately. I want to know if our republican colleagues of mitch mcconnell Going to join with us in that endeavor as well. That's part of the responsibility here. The put in place the responsible team the competent team. That's going to be able to make decisions to keep us safe going forward. So there's a lot at stake here and we wanna move forward and we we as democrats. No we have to work across the be by parsing gets things done but we also know that at this moment what was done here was an insurrection. There has to be accountability. There has to be justice in order for us to be able to really move on in a sincere way. Senator debbie seven out of michigan so much joining us tonight

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How to Save Your Marriage

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

05:11 min | Last month

How to Save Your Marriage

"Going to promise you one thing and that is that we could save your marriage so many times on the show. We've talked about marriage problems and often the solution for serious problems is marriage. Therapy easy to say you'll go but many times the one spouse will not go so what we're going to do is try and make it easy for you as a gift. We're going to give you two free days of marriage therapy. You won't have the expense and you won't have to leave the house. Starting today you will get a chance to look inside a marriage therapy weekend and here is what you'll see. We took eight couples who all admitted their marriages were on the brink of disaster. They spent the weekend with dr horrible hendrix. Who conducts these marriage workshops across the country and in the course of the weekend amazing results happened. Marriages were saved. And today you can begin to say yours. Tim and vicky webster have been married now. For two and a half years they are separated and vicky is expecting their third child. My next couple. Layton and debbie. Clark have three children and i've been married for six years. Derek and valencia. Stevens have been married for five and a half years. George and beth pasta have been married fifteen years and they have two children. Randy and pam mal have been married over twelve years and they have two children. Joe and karen stricklin have been married now for two years and they have three children from a previous marriage. Jim and laurie tolliver have been married nine months. The last of the eight couples has the biggest obstacle to overcome. James and mimi had been married six years. Mimi has filed for divorce. They came to the seminar truly to save the marriage. James and mimi lacey also joining us the mastermind behind this particular kind of marriage therapy and the author of this book which the therapy is based on called getting the love. You want getting the love you want. It is a guide for couples. Please welcome our marriage man. Harvard this. I have been watching some of the tape from the seminar and it is it has helped me and my relationship tremendously really has really just in learning how to fight fairly and so forth. Why is this different. It's different because there's a focus on an understanding that couples issues arise out of their childhood. And that when they present themselves in the relationship we have to understand that they come from someplace other than just the marriage so the workshop helps couples understand that provides them with some tools experiences information to help them resolve those childhood issues in their relationship. So we take the position that divorce is not the solution to a marriage that Working on marriage and resolving the childhood issue is the solution. So when you're married to someone you have to look at them for everything that they brought to the marriage before they got there exactly. Yeah childhood most important. You have to look at the childhood issues that were brought knowing that most of the conflict couples experience in their relationship comes from unresolved pains and hurts in childhood that are presenting themselves in adult form in the relationship. And if you know that then you know you're relating to a person when they're angry at you or upset or acting sort of crazy and you don't understand what's going on that relating to a person who's wounded and hurt and are dealing with that wound and hurt with the only skills and tools that they now have and that what you have to do in a relationship is to acquire new skills to deal with the old issues they have to be dealt with and so. The exercise that we're going to see now is called container. Exercise called a container exercise and this exercise comes actually at the end of two days of very intensive work. So it's about probably sixteen hours into the workshop before you get to this before you can get to this part because it takes a while to get to these kinds of feelings and the container is an exercise designed to help a couple deal with. What is what. I call a residual childhood rage. The hurts and pains the feelings. That are leftover that are created when when his little and get hurt and so. That rage shows up in marriages as Anger rage hurt and so forth in this container helps you deal with that because it has to be dealt with and resolve it so that you feel closer and more intimate afterwards. It creates compassionate intimacy rather than the distance that comes with most fights nats call container. Why because one person has to just listen. One person has to justice and one is a container that is they receive and listen and the other person is asked to go into their childhood hurt. It starts with something that happened in the relationship but then there to push their anger into the childhood memory and then into that pain. So there'd be a lot of expressions of intense anger and then tears usually come and then after that some talking and then when couples are doing this and they're real life you know in their home or in the workshop they alternate one listens as a carrying holding nurturing parrot and the other one goes in becomes regress like a little child back into that paint. Oakland alternate

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After massive security breach, Sergeant at Arms resigns

C-SPAN Programming

02:39 min | Last month

After massive security breach, Sergeant at Arms resigns

"After the attack on the Capitol last week. The House sergeant at arms, Paul Irving resigned today. The resignation was officially perceived by the House and the deputy sergeant at arms, Timothy Blodgett took over as acting sergeant at arms. Here. Is that presiding over the houses Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Dingell. The chair lays before the house, a communication the honorable the Speaker House of Representatives, Madam, I hereby submit my resignation is searching and arms of the U. S House of Representatives. It has been an honor to serve signed very respectfully. Paul, the Irving sergeant at arms without objection there. Resignation is accepted pursuant to the provisions of section 208. A of the legislative reorganization Act of 1946. The chair appoints Timothy Paul Blodgett of the state of New York to act as and to exercise the duties of sergeant of arms of the House of Representatives. Effective today, but they're without objection. The chair will now administer the oath of office. Please raise your right hand. Do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic? That you will bear true faith and allegiance to the same that you take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you were about to enter. So help you. God. Congratulations. The House floor today. Timothy Blodgett, one of the three acting officials now leading security in and around the capital after last week's assault on the Capitol, the deputy sergeant at arms with Senate Jennifer Hemingway taking over, replacing Michael Stenger, who resigned and assistant Capitol police chief Yokel Banda Pittman has been named acting chief after former chief Steve Son also

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Relationship to Food

Living Healthy Podcast

06:18 min | Last month

Relationship to Food

"Debbie first question. We're talking about relationships with food. But what does it mean to have a relationship to food. We aren't asking people to go out and marry a stock of celery or something. Right certainly not respond that way. It might drew. If you don't keep it in water you know. I would actually say that. We have varying relationships plural with food so when we attach a motion to eating certain items when we use food as a tool to punish or reward ourselves instead of when we eat for neuro survival and also win we assign strong positive or negative outcomes to eating food. All those things are not normally present. If you look at animals that there they eat. they're hungry the very simple right right so Is it something we're like. How does that begin. Is it something where we should start thinking more about how and why we instead of what we're eating. Oh you are so right it certainly takes both how why and what we eat to make helpful choices especially if you're considering the energy balanced manner but for many of us we need to take a moment and consider why we chose food no before you put it in your mouth and by by thinking. Why did i reach for that. You might be led to change even that choice or how much of it to consume so that leads us to the next question in terms of how do you stop that sort of negative talk. You have going on your head or the guilt that leads to from maybe eating that type of food i. I don't think that are self talk regarding eating or food lives in isolation all right if you look at your entire body environment life everything and we're being very holistic here. It's not an isolation. So i'll reference psychology today. They mentioned an organization that indicated eighty percent of one's thoughts on a daily basis are negative. So your thought about a meeting your thought about. Are you gonna make it home on time. Whatever were negative and then. I talked to a colleague kate bruno. She's a dietitian specializing in eating disorders. Out of charlottesville. Virginia and she said the way we treat ourselves is often an expression of underlying pain emotion. Self esteem self worth. And that's not just about eating the way you treat yourself in how you dress in the people relationships you choose so i think one has to really talk. Readjust the conversation that you have with yourself. In general about how productive you are how your projects are size about your appearance. There are many suggestions offered by psychology professionals and therapists and counselors to improve this dialogue. That we have with ourselves so one way is by rephrasing statements. You make about yourself. These internal conversations you have so for example instead of saying. I didn't eat well this week. You need to point out the successes. Well i managed to get in several good balanced meals instead of condemning yourself. While i just blew it with that night out you could say. I'm glad i was able to relax for a while and avoid those restrictions so debbie. I was wondering if you could touch on something i was thinking about. What are some of the negative signs that you would look for in somebody. That is really struggling with their diet. In this way. that's great One is certainly. If you're you know overhearing verbal comments out loud all these internal thoughts that are supposed to be internal right. That are actually out loud. A lot of times someone will be saying not to you directly but in your vicinity like. I shouldn't eat this this brownies. Bad for me. You know kind of language. But what i look for which oftentimes family members our loved. Ones won't know about so this would be more about you than than someone else but a red flag that we tend to look for if someone is eating in private or secret or or sneaking food than you know. There's a lot of shame and blame and That kind of negativity associated with it if they can't be honest with themselves to have it at the table and i think maybe maybe looking for some therapy or addressing that is is worth doing. I think sometimes dealing with issues especially for people who are on the younger side. It's very emotional and embarrassing topic to discuss especially among friends and family. I think what would be your best advice in terms of going forward with some uc's uc struggling with that. What would be your best way of finding them helper seeking out help for them. I i would definitely i know the term eating disorders sounds strong to anyone that oil. That's only anorexia and bulimia that's all clinically diagnosed blah blah blah. But it's not. I worked with a college athlete. That had gone away to another state and her coach basically put on temporary leave from the team because she was so overly this restrictive this. It's was on how helpful the foods were and so she wouldn't eat anything no didn't fit in her her paradigm. It didn't have necessarily to do with the calories or her weight. It was just oh i can't eat anything. That has an advocate. I can't eat anything that has colored. I can't eat anything and it. Just so her narrow became so small

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Seattle mayor blames Trump for Washington, DC riots as mob breaks through to Washington Governor's Mansion

News, Traffic and Weather

01:10 min | Last month

Seattle mayor blames Trump for Washington, DC riots as mob breaks through to Washington Governor's Mansion

"Onto the grounds of the governor's match in Olympia this afternoon. Call most Cara Kostya Mitch has the update. Protesters breach the outer metal fence surrounding the mansion. Debbie s. He says at least 30 people on the mansion property. The governor is in a safe, undisclosed location right now with his family. Ah, large number of troopers did respond immediately. Earlier today, a group of up to 400 demonstrators gathered in front of the state Capitol in support of Donald Trump. I'm told that those folks that breached the property of the mansion were part of that group. I'm told that there have been no injuries and no property damage. The leaders reacted to the violence of the U. S. Capitol with King County executive Doubt. Constantine and Seattle marriage any dark and blaming President Trump for inciting the actions of his supporters, Durkin tells co. Moh news president of the United States has an obligation to step up and say this is wrong stop, and so far he's failed to do that, And to the contrary, he encourages this kind of activity, She says. Violence and destruction will not be tolerated in Seattle police have prepared to deal with it. Constantine calls of a sad dark moment. In our nation's history or hearing

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Create a Home Office that Rocks! Debbie Rosemont  1 Habit For A Thriving Home Office - burst 07

A New Direction

04:23 min | Last month

Create a Home Office that Rocks! Debbie Rosemont 1 Habit For A Thriving Home Office - burst 07

"So if you wanted to incorporate the habit of drinking water for example you could take that trigger of brushing your teeth which is already established habits. So you don't have to think about it and you could tie to that the drinking a glass of water right so when you do that. You have to think about the water. It's just brush my teeth address a water you're stacking one. Having on top of the other you're choosing a trigger So that's that's a trigger can be a place time. The smell of it could be an alarming. Could be a prompt or it could be something that you already do. Decide to have as a trigger as well you. You both said here in this book that an important characteristic of the habit is that it's automatic. You don't even think about it what you just said so. Changing the habits are making a new habit. Getting rid of an old one takes conscious effort mention. I think i think what happens. Is we kind of feel like we've kind of got into these habits ourselves and we feel that they just automatically go away at the problem is they just don't automatically go away. We have to be credibly intentional about changing our habits. And this is the one thing about this book that i what i did was. In the seventy three different habits suggestions in this book i went through and i categorized number of them and actually kind of in the thirty steps. I think that um stephen puts out the actually kind of the categories. So i thought maybe we could talk about some of these different categorisations of creating a home office and then talk about why some of these categories so many of them fit into a category. I think the first one is in psychology. We have this thing called state dependent learning meaning that If it can be an environment if our environment is changing too much it is very difficult for us to be settled in that environment in order to be productive if we and the other problem is if we're trying to change environment that we currently have that we do one thing in and then try to do something else and we generally are not very productive. Here's i me if you try to set up your office in the kitchen in a place where you normally eat. It becomes extraordinarily difficult. Psychologically for us to be able to sit and work in a place where i'm normally eating and so we had these state dependent environments that. Make it difficult on us and i think you even talk about in your chapter to a large extent that our environment plays incredible role in our productivity. So let's explore that a little bit. Does i think having a productive home office know. One of the key components is having an environment that organized Ideally clear. clutter. Because that's distraction quiet to the degree that works for you know the individual. We all have something to say. That i don't think of one size fits all around many of these ideas and concepts in that you and i might have different levels of tolerance for stuff around us. One of us might prefer to have more things out gets prompts reminders. in inspiration and another may refer to have things put away and receive those prompts renters inspiration in different ways but i think a physical environment that set up where you can come in and sit down and focus is important and often that comes from organization you know clearing clutter and you know sound being ideal or lack of also being ideal. Those are important things. There's different chapters in the book about technology. Set up having a second screen users variations within that that can enhance an environment. I think those are that the keys. Her name is debbie rosemont and she is a co author of this outstanding book one habit for a thriving home office. Actually they're seventy plus habits. Guess what they're killer habits of the happiest achieving on base business people on the planet and you know what you're listening to her here on a new direction.

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Biden tells Georgia voters they have the power to decide Senate control

Glenn Beck

01:23 min | Last month

Biden tells Georgia voters they have the power to decide Senate control

"What happens in in Georgia Georgia will will affect affect the the whole whole country. country. I'm I'm Dave Dave Anthony Anthony Fox Fox News. News. We We need need you you to to vote vote again. again. In In record record numbers. numbers. President President elect elect Biden Biden urging urging people people to to vote. vote. Democrats Democrats change Georgia to Change America Again He's backing Jonas elfin Raphael Warnock. If they win, Democrats will control the Senate so they could will unchecked UN restrained, absolute power over every aspect of your lives. The President Trump Rally Republicans. Last night in Dalton, Georgia to vote for Senator Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. Fox is that Kevin Brown Was there now Live in Atlanta? Yeah. Dave Debbie drove him from Canton, Georgia, to that rally, saying she's voting for producing Leffler because of the president because I believe in Trump and think that everything he's done has been positive for this country, he said. Everything he said he was going to do and I just want to come out and support it. But she is a bit wary that maybe her vote could be discarded or discounted due to what the president told her had happened during the November presidential election. Now Debbie is one of three million Georgians who voted early, but millions more are expected to vote today, Dave Evidence that really the president also again claimed the election was rigged, stolen, but the Supreme Court has let us down. So far. Democrats sight failed legal challenges when he dismisses allegations and they have enough votes to defeat planned Republican objections to the electoral College vote certification

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"debbie" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

03:31 min | 3 months ago

"debbie" Discussed on Murder Minute

"Welcome back to murder minute. Deborah lindley known to family and friends as debbie was born in bromley london england in nineteen sixty two to arthur and marguerite lansley. Her mother worked for the department of social security as a fraud investigator and her father was a retired insurance broker by nineteen eighty eight twenty six year old. Debbie had moved to edinburgh scotland where she found work because a trainee who manager in march of nineteen eighty eight. She boarded a train back to london to attend a hotel management course and stayed at her parent's house in bromley. She also visited her brother. Gordon gordon was getting married in two weeks and debbie needed to be fitted for her bridesmaid dress. She was here three nights and was due to leave in the late afternoon to go back to work in edinburgh. Debbie's father arthur said the course. She met the manager of the sherlock holmes hotel in london and she left earlier than planned to drop in. And see this guy in baker.

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"debbie" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"debbie" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"I think that that should have reengaged me I think I had sort of started years before and had done a band or two and some recording, and then sort of got fed up with the the complexities of the business and. A couple other things compounded my. My flight and I flew a and then You know a suddenly the urge it sort of never left me. You know I sort of always seeking I you know should do and you should get back into it and then I. Guess you know when I was ready I did and the dolls were probably a big part of it that I really enjoyed I enjoyed their party hit Green party to. The Party girl who? Aesthetic. which was so kind of queer wasn't an. Extraordinary wanted if you connected with that as well. Absolutely. I don't know I guess I I believe in self expression and freedom and and theater, and so you know that that sort of played into all of it plus the music scene in that particular circumstance. But you know I what I really missing. New York City is you know rarely do you see a street person costume these days I always appreciate that in what about these people I mean there was a time when you could actually stop and talk to people it was always fascinating to me that they had so much. So much. I don't know. Such, diverse, and interesting kinds of lives. and. You know it wasn't always you know dictated by bisexuality but I think it was dictated by. A freedom of of sexuality of freedom of choice in A. Sort of an experimental thing I think that in some ways that experimental attitude has returned. In some small degree or bats in a large degree because I mean, I don't have children I not really hang around with kids but I think kiss in wait. For granted now I, think there's a whole different. Well, let me they've grown up in an with much more information available to them and that fluid thing fluid thing. So much less judgment as well. Is that your dog by the way Chris is that your dog Debbie. I have four for once. It's not my dog. Gear. That's really bad I just tune the out barking and carrying on the only anyway. There might actually silent at my feet for the first time in his life. Oh, I'm just worried about ladders going to come down here and he'll be all excited because I. Wanted to make sweet love to my leg. One of the things that so struck me when I first discovered you W. it's like a I suppose certain kind of feminine. Energy. In let's say rock and roll or punk the I had not always connected with a lot of rock and roll and punk because it was very straight and very masculine and I always find that this kind of dissonance between. Accepting place people can be different, but also in a way is quite hetero normative very straight in the guise of that. But then they have the groupies who the women who are all the men. And I wondered what was actually like at that time and if it did feel omen liberal or if it felt quite patriarchal. Well. I. I. Think it was very patriarchal in terms of. You know the climbing the ladder as it were..

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"debbie" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"debbie" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"And Dan's Talk I. Do believe really helps articulate that. When we come back the graphic designer who debbie millman most admires and the risks she took to build her career on the show today the role of design in our lives it's the Ted Radio hour from NPR. I'm.

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"debbie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

03:55 min | 9 months ago

"debbie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

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"debbie" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

Strong Black Legends

11:50 min | 10 months ago

"debbie" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

"Changing the way people were looking at black people. The reason we took US television show for them to realize that we are middle class just like everybody else government class but this was something that People were ready. They just weren't ready for it. I don't know why you wanted it. But we did many other things they weren't ready for. I was always being called into what I call the principal's office doing shows that. Were you know really about something we did? We didn't episode once. Call mammy dearest were we reclaim the image of Ngoma We took her out of that Gingham fabrics and we took the Gingham that Gingham Ma'am address and wrapped it like an African clean and this was one of the most difficult episodes we do because we had people that were wearing black face and it was very controversial but we would just dealing with a straight up and then this cute the cutest little white boy did you have wanted senior life as who wrote it vary mom. Yes he wrote it. It was amazing and then I introduced egotrip moving. Giovanni University speaking again as always we met Nikki. We were all doing that. They didn't know anything about that. We need to introduce it again I think that's how became aware of Nikki. Giovanni distance from vent Tom that episode because when I turned myself into myself and I said this lady Hackett heavy like will. This is the thing television so powerful. This is something that I'm sure is part of what your conversation is. In while you're talking to any of US television film so powerful it penetrates the arts. It's for the arts to address those things that are most difficult challenging things that people need to know about Ryan. If we're not doing that would never really doing a good job. Yeah we can't just be booty shaking in you know it has to be about something you know. Speaking of art and music great transition right. It was not a great transition I I really really want to talk to you about you and your sister. Felicia own saliva album. Oh I don't know how did not know until today that the poetry the Human Felicia are reading is from your mom. How I don that's on me. That's my fault but can you tell me a little bit about the lands at your residing in the song the it's from a poem call on status one of my mom's poems from her book spice of Don's and this was the book of poetry. That was the a contender for the nominees. Yeah in so it's about a woman who comes from very simple place aspires to be in a big city in all these other places but realizes that where she really belongs is with the folk that she comes from. What really matters. We did this. Mother's Day special. That twenty five years ago where we can surprised our mom me. Felicia my brother Tex. We recited one of her poems on status. Beautiful point is something I used to win poetry contest with when I was a kid. Yeah and Salon Jr had seen that special and really liked it. I'M PRINCE WITH HER MOM. Tina in so tina call. Mrs Debbie Launches Obsess Happen Assistance. I said really as of course she can have. She can have anything she wants so volition. I said Yes to that. Poem is How ago he says Oh aborted train kissed all goodbye and in my heart was a sympathetic side for I would go in live in a city where people in hearts and buildings were bigger while they remain to work in toil in town who's thriving was of soil for long at work. I knew no distress. I even decided to write them less. What needed after all full degenerate? Who's living in thinking was way out of date then? One day I found all of me confusion bound with problems. High as Jack's beanstalk and no one with whom to talk. My dilemma was all my own. No Counseling Dad. No kindness shown and for once I knew my real status cockroach in the park theatre now. My heart knows no delight like a trip back to the old home site and that the money would ask off at a screen door hanging off so they got no tall skyscrapers clowns in nightclubs. Cutting capers. It's home. The folk are warm and most important law Thank you I just need that first line. That was you to fall and this like as you're sitting here now reciting this poem that as I'm listening to. It seems to reflect so much you in your life like what does if feel like how. How do you connect with? That was interesting because I was winning poetry contests with it when I was like twelve and thirteen years old. And it's so true because my life is increased taking me around the world. I've seen everything but at the end of the day is really my family that makes me whole is really my family's love for me. It makes me feel like I can keep going and doing what I do is that I feel like the recitation of that beautiful poem while looking back on your career is the perfect moment to talk about what you're doing. Now what can we look forward to? What is was coming out of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy? Oh Wow my kids I call them. Data Diana's Fra our all over the world There in film and Television on Broadway in Europe on the road in China in Brazil a literally they are everywhere in the world and So proud of what we're doing and that we're keeping going where in the capital campaign right now trying to build a new building. They deserve to have a state of the art in no academy. And we're going to give them that We just did our tim anniversary of the high chopping nutcracker which was off the vogler away. Yeah it was great. It was an all star. Felicia was in it. So tell me about what is what is hot chocolate. Nutcracker is a new telling of the classic nutcracker it. It's something I was involved with many years ago. You Know Ellington wrote a nutcracker suite that is all the music from Chekhov's is jazz version then using that music but Gil cates. Who was my personal. Rabbi he produced the Oscars Ten fifteen times. I know I did. All of them with him. he said. W need a Christmas show. You need to Christmas show so I said Okay so finally I wrote it in. I was inspired by my son dump. Who when he was a little boy. He's thirty now but he when he was like five. I took him down to the sea the nutcracker he was bored to dip he started dancing. He's like mom winners. The rat coming off read in that stuck with me is okay. The boys want to see a rat created something called the rat pack and I took. Who was the mouse king and made him hobby a New York to sidekicks enough already? With this battle with the nutcracker we gonNA change this around a musical fund delight in we go to the land of the Candy Canes Still Go to Fairyland we go to Egypt. We go to To to New Orleans. Vote Bird Land. So we go to. China we go all original music composed by a thorough sandovol James Ingram. Some mariah Carey loved noise era. Right rickey minor all of us And it is just a new classic. And I'm telling you every time we do. We sell out so really. The tenth anniversary was off the hook the hood and so I'm hoping one day will make it a move. It's GonNa there's GonNa be a behind the scenes special on Netflix. I can't wait it's going to is coming. Shonda rhimes actually produced it had to Shonda. Yeah I'm so excited with his documentary. Because I have so many questions about taking something as classic timeless the Nutcracker and you know people get defensive over like well this is a classic and it shouldn't be touched. It shouldn't be like retold. Did you meet any of that resistance? And if Saudis you care demand so happy yes go and see a new telling of the story there's gotTa be seven hundred nutcrackers in this country around Christmas time. They're all different and varied and classic means that something that needs to be revisited year. An age eight is still relevant. Like the work of August Wilson. Like the work of Tennessee Williams like the work of Shakespeare it is. Those stories are worth telling with a new with new clothes on. This is all about imagination and creativity all right. You got my vote. Debbie Alpha Presidents when twenty. I would not wish such as being on you know I am so happy to had a chance to talk about this with you. Thank you for all of the lessons. I learned so much about the and Mike Care. Mentor ship in directing. Can you think you wanna flow like what's what's what's next up in the pipeline for you? Movie coming out on Netflix Christmas on the Square Dolly. Parton all her music and it was the brainchild of Sam Haskell. Who produced all of her movies for Netflix? Call heartstrings and so we didn't credible Movie that's inspired by One of life in school and endowed plays an angel. It's really wonderful. It's lovely lot of dancing and some great talent. Ahmed Screen Christine Brennan Ski. So doing that and I have my my freeze frame. Stop the madness. Which is a dance driven narrative about gun violence and racial prejudice in America? Veer bounced portrayal. Is All music dance in them? Determined determined to get out to the people. It's something for the people And I feel like we need music and singing and dancing right now so badly. Thank you for supplying that for us today and yesterday in. Thank you from you today. Absolute.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

14:32 min | 1 year ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Debbie was scheduled to interview two guests. The first ever Tamblyn was featured in last week's podcast but the second guess had to cancel because of a health problem so writer. Roxane gay suggested turning the tables and she would interview Debbie. Wrx had no each other very well. They're engaged to be married later this year. Here they are at the green space at WNYC on February tenth. Twenty twenty. Okay here you always wanted to interview you. So why are the fast and furious movies? The best movies ever made a great question. I've never seen any of them. And Roxanne almost consider that a deal breaker when we first started dating her favorite movies or among her favorite movies and I was trying to sit across from her and not have like jaw. Drop but yeah so. You're not perfect but close me up for that. I'm sure okay. Deborah you've been doing design matters for fifteen years which in podcast about one hundred. Why did you decide to do a podcast? And however you sustained the interest in doing one. S- for so many years well. I didn't really decide to do one. I was asked. I was offered an opportunity by voice. America business network which was a fledgling Internet radio network at the time and I was offered the opportunity to pay them for airtime on their network. And at the time I was doing very well professionally in a commercial realm and I had surpassed any possible. Hct Dream that I'd had professionally in my brandon career but because it was a commercial I actually felt that I was dying and that I had lost all of my creative heart and I you know I wasn't writing anymore. I wasn't drying anymore. Wasn't doing anything creative and I understood why I mean. My professional success was the first time I'd ever been successful at anything in my life. So of course at the time. I was like okay. I'm not going to do anything but this. Because it feels so good to be successful at something finally in my forties but then that were off that metabolized and I needed to do something creative and this felt like a sneaky way to be creative but still be able to justify it from a business perspective because I interview clients or I can interview people in the Design Business. And so that's really how it started. It was really a Hail Mary to my creativity and because I have such generous friends. They were willing to come on the show. I mean they had no reason to come on the show. Me Steve. Hallows Steve Heller sitting in the front row. Steve is my mentor. My Fairy Godfather. He's been on the show thirteen times every time he says okay. He'll still be doing now. I want to do with him every year. So we can create this oral history of designed together. I'm shocked that he says yes. But why why it grew I think is just because of the guests that I have and the generosity in their hearts for me. I'll never ever get tired of talking to people about who they are and how they how they become who they are and how they make their lives and how they create and make things out of nothing. One of the things I've noticed about design matters is that there's a narrative arc to each episode. You really tell a story or you ask the kinds of questions that will get your guests to tell a story so what does a good narrative arc look like for you in a given episode like a game of pool billiards I understand? That's just not what I thought you were going to say so. I think a great conversation. Great interview really is a game of pool. Because when you're playing a game of pool you're not only shooting one of the billiard board balls into the whole you also want to leave the rest of the balls on the table so you can continue to shoot more holes and so forth Get THE DIRTY. Look off your face. It's distracting so so what I try to do is ask a question that will allow me to be able to continue the conversation no matter where they take their answer and so for me. It's about being prepared to go wherever they go and know enough about where they may go to be able to anticipate what any number of answers they they could give. Mostly try to listen really hard. That's why I stare at people when I interview. Oh and I try not to talk which is why I not all the time. So you know like a little bobblehead sitting here but it's mostly because a lot of people when they're conversations talk talk talk talk talk and then stop talking while the other person's talking only to then wait till they finish talking to start talking again and my second ever guest Cheryl Swanson said to me after the interview and I asked her how it went and was really expecting great. She said well. Maybe I should listen to my answers before you ask the next question. And that really and thank God that was to as opposed to episode three hundred and two But that really gave me that sense of you. Really have to pay attention to everything. Somebody is saying. I also don't like to do my interviews remotely because I like to be able to read a person. No if they're feeling uncomfortable or when I might be able to push or say really because I know that maybe they're not giving me everything And also just listening quietly enough to let people say what they have to say. How far are you willing to push someone to get a good answer or to get at least an authentic answer? Maybe pushes into the right. Word Nudge Nudge Nudge. Encourage Inspire. I mean part of the reason that I like to start the show with a question that surprises people is so that they understand that I respect them enough to do the deep research and if I give them that sense of taking this interview really seriously that they'll intern take it as seriously as I do because all I'm really interested in talking about them and not judging at all and I just WANNA be able to offer their story to the world in a way that celebrates who they are but also allows other people to be inspired by their struggles or how they overcame something to become who. They are because really. There's only two interviews I've ever done in the nearly five hundred I've done now where the people that I interviewed were like. I'm just cool with WHO I am. I don't give any fox anymore about anything and those men were in their eighties so I think but but they were in their eighties and so I think at that point they were. They'd earned that. There's not anyone I've ever interviewed that I've ever gotten the sense. That they were absolutely comfortable being who they are and owning the world in the way that they should or could there opening their hearts and showing who they are in a way that I think gives people a sense that anything is possible for anyone. You mentioned your deep research and one of the things. I don't think people understand about design matters is that Debbie does hours and hours of research for every single episode hours and when you talk to her while she researching. It's not a good idea but it's really impressive like when she interviewed me. I I was really surprised. By the level of depth that she was able to achieve and sort of get into deep cuts. So what does your research process? Look Lake for an episode. Well it depends on who? I'm interviewing if it's like. I just interviewed Lucy wainwright roads the musician I interviewed. Aaron McKie own Khaki King Amanda Palmer. If I'm interviewing musician I have to try to listen to their entire body of work which is wonderful but also very time consuming. Fortunately I could listen while I'm doing other things and sort of get a sense of of their music. If it's a writer I have to try to read as much as I can in preparation for my interview with you. I was so terrified that I'd be caught out not having the answer to something or knowing something I had to read everything twice and so I did. But that was joyful. Somebody like eligible Thanh who has twenty books. That was really hard to do. So what I decided to do was read the other books that were sort of in the category of the book because that was a novel and he doesn't write a lot of novels and I had also read somewhere that it was a sequel to a book that he had written twenty years ago which was one of his first novels and it was only one line in the in the second book that made it clear that it was a sequel. But I found the line so that made me really happy of course so but generally speaking. I tried to read as much as I can. Of whatever body of work or listen everybody of work? They have generally speaking. I feel comfortable if I have about fifty pages of research and that's generally Things that I found online or transcripts of audio I'm also very good with kindle and so in as much as I also get hardcovers of copies of everything because I want people to sign them. I also get everything on kindle so then I can highlight and then transcribe really easily so generally speaking about fifty pages. Then I call that down to about ten to twelve pages of questions and then for an hour long episode. I have to call it down again to about five to seven. The really hard part of doing an interview is knowing when not to ask a question it happened tonight had such a good juicy question for amber but she brought in something that allowed me to take it somewhere else with other questions that made me eliminate that but you know you wanna flow with the conversation. So that's part of the research is having enough to be able to pivot anyway. Somebody goes so. She's going to talk about dark sparklers and that means we have to eliminate an entire conversation about bang. Ditto that means we have to eliminate it but then I can continue on And so I think curtis gets really nervous my producer when I come in with ten pages and I'll say curtis I couldn't call it down to anything less than ten pages and he's like okay and then I try to as I'm interviewing make the decisions about where to go next. So that's how it works. It's incredible and it shows. Have you gleaned any insights about creative people in general over five hundred episodes question? No probably yes I mean. I think that everybody's insecure. Everybody is searching. Everybody's hoping everybody's head trauma I think that no matter who I've interviewed whether they're super super famous or just starting out the people that seem to resonate the most are people that put their whole hearts into and show everything and that never gets boring ever which is why I can. I hope that I can do this for the rest of my life. Do you put your heart into everything. Sometimes tragically but yes. What is the next fifteen years design matters? Look like Oh I have so many good plans. I can't talk about a bunch of them yet. But there's some really exciting things that have popped up just unexpectedly very serendipitous Louis One of the things. That's interesting about the show. Especially if you listened to the early horrendous episodes of the first four years four years of horrendous episodes. I mean that's resilience and keep them up on I tunes just so I can say to people. It takes a while to get good at something trust me. It took me one hundred episodes to really begin to understand but I have some exciting exciting possibilities but mostly just because of I think some credibility that I've earned in being able to do this being able to talk to more and more and more people and so I just WanNa be able to talk to the talk about this show now as one in an effort. The sort of brand consultant is still alive in there and I think design matters is not really great name because it's not really about just designers anymore. It's about this is how I've I've re-engineered it. It's about how the world's most creative people design the Ark of their lives and you know desire matters writers that works Iro but I just see being able to do that with with more and more and more people and more kinds of people I love talking to scientists and then I get all of my my questions about how we got here unanswered but at least ask and I love to talk to artists and I liked at Mit just loved chuck to anybody that is able to create something or make something or think something out of nothing. If you could rename the show what would you call it? What matters Oh distrigas no I think on that. No Never Mellon everyone..

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"For fourteen years now debbie millman has been talking with designers and other creative types about what they do how they got to be who they are and what they're thinking about on this podcast every moment talks with portrait painter amy cheryl about her emotionally evocative work i didn't know i was doing it until i had a show and i had like three people start crying while they were looking at the work i'll say y'all here's debbie millman the subjects of amy cheryl's portrait's are african americans they were clothing with vibrant colors and patterns and they stand out from richly colored textured backgrounds they look right at us and they seem to be taking our measure their portrait's are beautiful luminous and intense when cheryl was asked to paint michelle obama's official portrait she produced a painting that was a departure from the traditionally stodgy first lady portrait wearing a luminous stress obama is seated against a sky blue background and she's looking right at us taking our measure a michel joins me today to talk about the making of that portrait and her life and career as an artist amy welcome to design matters i think you you grow up in columbus georgia the daughter of a dentist and a homemaker surrounded by what you've referred to as generic eric ethan allen landscapes hanging above the fireplace your family was not an artistic one in though actually my mom funny she'd spent a year at the cleveland institute i mean she was born in nineteen thirty five i say that because she's eighty five years old now so even at her age and i guess that was in her late twenties it was not something that had a foreseeable future so when i said i wanted to be an artist she still did not understand what that meant you know there was no like i can see what this means she didn't want to hear it yeah your parents raised you christian and i understand you had bible studies in your house every friday we did how did that influence your impact you as a child i didn't really think about it i mean we the church was a rather strange on actually because we kept this abbot so it was no tv after the sun went down on friday until the summer down on saturday lecture bought in yeah so it was like a lot of old testament and new testament stuff but i mean it's just what i knew what i.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Fourteen years now debbie millman has been talking with designers and other creative types about what they do how they got to be who they are and what they're thinking about this podcast it'd be woman talks with writer carmen maria machado about her career and the importance of ego essential element to being an artist because otherwise like what are you doing did you have to have that investment in it here's debbie moment if you like fairy tales and myths this book is for you if you like horror and science fiction did the same book has got you covered if you'd like experimental fiction queer theory and luminous storytelling well you're in luck my guest today is the author carmen maria machado and her book her body and other parties has been nominated for the national book award for fiction she's here today to talk about her writing her life and her career carmen welcome to design matters thank you for having me carmen i understand that from the moment you were able to pick up a pen you were writing and i read that as a kid you found the address for the scholastic book publishing company in a baby sitters club book and sent them a chapter of a novel you were writing adding please let me know if he would like to see more of it how old were you when you did this oh my god i must've been i'd say probably about third grade so how old you in thurgood like eight maybe yeah my godmother bought me a personalized stationery set it had jungle animals on it and it had my name my address and after that i just went to town i was sending letters to everyone and i felt really empowered by the stationary you write the story on the stationary no the story was printed my my parents had bought you know it was like a windows three point one like it was a really old computer well it's old now it was at the time amazing and i loved the word processor and i typed a lot of stories up on the word processor so i tied it up i must have gotten my father to print it out at work and then i wrote the sort of i guess what you call the cover letter on my stationary and then i mailed in did you ever hear back i did not my my wife who works in publishing assures me that some intern probably hung it up you know in their in their cubicle with like a lot of joy and happiness which makes me it makes me happy your grandfather came to the united states from santa clara when he was eighteen and went to tennessee to go to college it took him ten years to finish his degree between working learning english and being deported back to cuba during the mccarthy era and serving in the korean war which is how he earned his citizenship growing up in allentown pennsylvania you've said that there was a lot of storytelling going on in your home particularly from your cuban granddad what kind of stories were being told in how did they influence you you know he would tell stories about cuba and about his life after he left cuba that were really strange and that they were they were very dark and i don't think i fully appreciated or understood their darkness so for example there was a story he would tell about you know how he had this rooster and then you know one day they were having dinner and they hadn't seen the rooster and a while and he asked where's the rooster and they were like what you're eating you're eating him you know because it's cuba everyone's you know there was hungry they had to eat their their pet rooster as you do and so you know and that's a that's a very dark story and or he would talk about how you know a.

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"debbie" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Debbie straight headed st nick sports king take you know in just a few laps back pink feather what ram tv like yourself you're kidding skin everybody true piece can really to that true breeze stop moaning those metal maman have left and care without singing.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"A nuclear accountant independently healthy okay fair enough well thank you for answering a question evangelists break thank you for the many many contributions you've made to art and design and culture and thank you for joining me today on design matters plump can have the anniversary forty years that's veterans you can find out more about edwin schlossberg and yes i on their website the as i design dot com this is the 14th here had been doing designed matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference we could make a difference who can do both i'm debbie norman penalty for which a talking with you again soon for more information about design matters or to subscribe to our newsletter go to debbie mellman dot com if you love this podcast please consider contributing to our new drip kickstarter community members get early access to the podcast transcripts of every interview competitions to live interviews qna sessions with guests and a brand new annual magazine you can learn more about this at indeed dot rip slashed debbie dash hillman that's d dot rip slashed debbie dashed millemont if you want others to know about this podcast please read review in the it tuned store and linked to the podcast on social media designed matters is produced by curtis fox productions the show is published exclusively by design observer dot com and recorded live at the school of visual arts masters in branding program in new york city the editor in chief of design matters media is accurate pettit and the art director is emily weiland generous support for designed matters media is provided by whic stock.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"And at the end of the day the only thing that matters is who turns out of up david kate johnston thank you for these wise words thank you for joining the today on design thank you dave its latest book is it's even worse than anything what the trump administration is doing to america you can read more written by david as dc reported dot org this is the fourteen th here i've been doing design matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference we can make a difference for we can do both debbie mellman and i look forward to talking within a dancing for more information about design matters or to subscribe to our newsletter go to debbie mellman dot com if you love this podcast please consider contributing to our new drip kickstarter community members get early access to the podcast transcripts of every interview invitations to live interviews qna sessions with guests and a brand new annual magazines you can learn more about this at d dot rip slashed debbie dash mellman that's d dot rip slash debbie dash meant if you want others to know about this podcast please wait a review in the it in store and linked to the podcast on social media design matters is produced by curtis fox productions the show is published exclusively by design observer dot com and recorded live at the school a visual arts masters in branding program in new york city the editor in chief of design matters media is accurate pettit and the art director is emily weiland generous support for design matters media is provided by wicks scott carr.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"And at the end of the day the only thing that matters is who turns out of up david kate johnston thank you for these wise words thank you for joining the today on design thank you dave its latest book is it's even worse than anything what the trump administration is doing to america you can read more written by david as dc reported dot org this is the fourteen th here i've been doing design matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference we can make a difference for we can do both debbie mellman and i look forward to talking within a dancing for more information about design matters or to subscribe to our newsletter go to debbie mellman dot com if you love this podcast please consider contributing to our new drip kickstarter community members get early access to the podcast transcripts of every interview invitations to live interviews qna sessions with guests and a brand new annual magazines you can learn more about this at d dot rip slashed debbie dash mellman that's d dot rip slash debbie dash meant if you want others to know about this podcast please wait a review in the it in store and linked to the podcast on social media design matters is produced by curtis fox productions the show is published exclusively by design observer dot com and recorded live at the school a visual arts masters in branding program in new york city the editor in chief of design matters media is accurate pettit and the art director is emily weiland generous support for design matters media is provided by wicks scott carr.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"And at the end of the day the only thing that matters is who turns out of up david kate johnston thank you for these wise words thank you for joining the today on design thank you dave its latest book is it's even worse than anything what the trump administration is doing to america you can read more written by david as dc reported dot org this is the fourteen th here i've been doing design matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference we can make a difference for we can do both debbie mellman and i look forward to talking within a dancing for more information about design matters or to subscribe to our newsletter go to debbie mellman dot com if you love this podcast please consider contributing to our new drip kickstarter community members get early access to the podcast transcripts of every interview invitations to live interviews qna sessions with guests and a brand new annual magazines you can learn more about this at d dot rip slashed debbie dash mellman that's d dot rip slash debbie dash meant if you want others to know about this podcast please wait a review in the it in store and linked to the podcast on social media design matters is produced by curtis fox productions the show is published exclusively by design observer dot com and recorded live at the school a visual arts masters in branding program in new york city the editor in chief of design matters media is accurate pettit and the art director is emily weiland generous support for design matters media is provided by wicks scott carr.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"And at the end of the day the only thing that matters is who turns out of up david kate johnston thank you for these wise words thank you for joining the today on design thank you dave its latest book is it's even worse than anything what the trump administration is doing to america you can read more written by david as dc reported dot org this is the fourteen th here i've been doing design matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference we can make a difference for we can do both debbie mellman and i look forward to talking within a dancing for more information about design matters or to subscribe to our newsletter go to debbie mellman dot com if you love this podcast please consider contributing to our new drip kickstarter community members get early access to the podcast transcripts of every interview invitations to live interviews qna sessions with guests and a brand new annual magazines you can learn more about this at d dot rip slashed debbie dash mellman that's d dot rip slash debbie dash meant if you want others to know about this podcast please wait a review in the it in store and linked to the podcast on social media design matters is produced by curtis fox productions the show is published exclusively by design observer dot com and recorded live at the school a visual arts masters in branding program in new york city the editor in chief of design matters media is accurate pettit and the art director is emily weiland generous support for design matters media is provided by wicks scott carr.

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"debbie" Discussed on Tribe of Mentors

Tribe of Mentors

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Tribe of Mentors

"Debbie if you could a giant billboard anywhere with anything on it what would it say and why this is easy my billboard would save this busy is a decision i say this all the time at nauseam and here's why of the many many excuses people used to rationalize why they can't do something the excuse i am too busy is not only the most in authentic is also the lazy assist i don't believe in too busy busy is a decision we do the things we want to do period if we say we're too busy i believe it is shorthand for not important enough it means you would rather be doing something else that you consider more important that thing could be sleep it could be sex could be watching game of thrones if we use busy as an excuse for not doing something what we are really really saying is that it's not a priority it's not as important to us so simply put you don't find the time to do something you make the tie find to do things i think we're now living in a society that seized busy as a badge it has become cultural cash shea to use the excuse i am too busy as a reason for not doing anything we don't feel like doing the problem is this if you let yourself off the hook for not doing something for any reason you won't ever do it if you wanna do something you can't let being busy stand in the way even if you are busy make the time to do the things you want to do and then follow through and do them what is one of the best or most worthwhile investments you've ever made this answer might surprise you more maybe not but the best investment i've ever made was in psychotherapy when i first started i was in my early thirties and the bills practically killed me but i knew i needed to deeply understand all the destructive things that had happened to me in order to try to live a remark.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Mm mm this is designed matters with debbie moment from from design his observered icon for thirteen years now debbie moment has been talking with designers and other creative types about what they do you got to be who they are and what they're thinking about on this podcast divvy norman talks with the director of hamilton thomas care about his career and about the joys of collaboration i learned not only how much bigger the world was the my little were friends but but if there were people that were going to make make thing things the pi would never be able to make i welcome that here's debbie moment you could say that directing musical is a form of design and materials i'm using lyrics and human performance thomas kale has directed some of the most memorable musical theater experiences of our time including in paints and hamilton his collaborations would lin manuel miranda and now the stuff of legend as at the show's he's created on his he joins me to talk about his extraordinary life and career yeah thomas cal welcomed to design matters please stop talking about with skit is this could get from me very very happy to be here oh thank you tummy is it true that when you were growing up in northern virginia here we go the first son you ever memorized with slick rex rap mona lisa absolutely approve prove it to me sock it to me that kind of pod let's just say it's it's in a very special place in my brain that does not go away which is what i was always fascinated.

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"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"debbie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"This archive will episode of designed matters was recorded in june of 2016 this is designed matters with debbie mellman from design observer dot com for eleven years now debbie mellon has been talking with designers of other creative types who about what they do at the guts fi who they are and what they're thinking about on this podcast if he melded talks with chris anderson about how the ted conference has helped change the way we learn for the first time we can see examples all the best educated speakers pie dea share is out there and see what they do me inspired by them here's debbie nominee death taxes and public speaking the first two are inevitable but for most of us the prospect of giving a speech in front of total strangers his the staff of nightmares who better to help us than the man behind the ted conference chris anderson became the curator of the ted conference in two thousand into and ted videos are now viewed about a million times a year the presentations by speakers from all walks of life are usually short smart and always compelling for sanderson's new book is called ted talks the official ted guide to public speaking he joins me now to talk about it and about his career pretax chris anderson welcome to design matters thanks debbie chris plante stand that you're quite a good cook and one of your specialties is chicken gel frizzy what it what is chicken gel frizzy and had learnt make it but was unexpected and i may give you completely the wrong answer but my belief about chicken joe version it is a passionately help belief is that it's been it's form of courage again but made with a lot of onions and green peppers as the kind of the base of it it's very spicy curry.

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