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A highlight from Steve Inskeep On His New Lincoln Book 'Differ We Must
"Welcome back, America. I'm Hugh Hewitt. Steve Inskeep is a remarkable journalist and one of the great voice talents in America. He's also an amazing author. He's the author of this new book, Differ We Must, How Lincoln Succeeded in a Divided America. And I've read all of Steve's books. And you know, I don't agree much on politics, but boy, can he write. Steve Inskeep, welcome back and congratulations on Differ We Must. I'm going to detail why congratulations. But I just want to salute you first. It's a heck of a book. Wow, thank you very much. You've spoken so nicely, I'm reluctant to add anything. I should just let it stand. Let it stand as you said it. But thank you. All right. Well, I want to begin by letting people know, I believe in the Luntz rule. Unless I say the title of the book Differ We Must seven times, people won't remember Differ We Must. They won't know to go and get Differ We Must. So we're going to say Differ We Must seven times, and then we're gonna have a longer conversation after the break, which I will parcel out this week. Steve Inskeep, when you were writing Differ We Must, you know, I'm a student of Lincoln. I've read Bruce McPherson's Battle Cry of Freedom a few times. Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, my old teacher, Bruce Catton. I know I did not know a lot of this, and I'll detail this and what we discovered in Differ We Must. Did you find yourself surprised constantly in this effort? Oh, yeah, I wanted to tell Lincoln's life story through a series of meetings he had with people who differed with them, who had a different background, different race, different gender, or above all, a disagreement, a difference of opinion. And when I began focusing on these 16 meetings with a wide variety of people, I did discover stuff that I didn't know after a lifetime of being interested in and reading about Lincoln. And also some of these meetings, like I'd read a paragraph. But when you get into the details of how a particular meeting came about and what Lincoln's motivations were when he was dealing with William Henry Seward or someone much less famous like William Florville, his barber in Springfield or some of the abolitionists he dealt with. I did learn things constantly. I'm going to talk specifically after the break about Duff Green and Lean Bear and Justice Campbell, because those three were remarkable. I mean, I'm stunned by what I didn't know. But I want to ask you first, in terms of what you would prefer. I read the first half of the book because I got a review copy early, and then it occurred to me midway through it. Inskeep actually is a great voice talent. And I bought the audio book. I almost never do that. Right. I'm cheap. I'm a radio host. I want the book sent to me. But I went and bought the audio book and it's magnificently read. How long did that take? Thank you. I took about two and a half days. And I guess I tend to write the way that I talk or I try to anyway. As part of the process, I end up reading a lot of things aloud, at least when I'm alone in the house. I don't want to disturb my kids by like, you know, constantly performing things. But I find it a great test of your writing to read it aloud. You very quickly find out if the sentences aren't very clear. So I really appreciate what you said. In terms of people should know when you when you read a book and it's by the author, it's in their voice with one great exception. And I love W. So he'll understand this George W. Bush read his book in about 20 minutes, and he didn't bother to inflect anything. You put your belief into the voice, don't you? I think so. I felt that way. And I tried to think about how do I express the words of Lincoln, who, of course, we don't have a recording, but his voice is described as having a particular Midwestern twang and not some deep voice of God. So I tried to express that a little bit. And there are even scenes there's a scene where his great rival, Stephen Douglas, is trying to deliver a speech after he's lost his voice. And so I tried to give a sense of what that croaking sound might have been. And yeah, I mean, I also just the passion, which is, I think, what you're referring to. I believe in what I have to say here. Yeah. Now, I don't know if you've ever listened to the reenactment of the Lincoln Douglas debates with David and Richard Dreyfuss played Judge Douglas and David, I can't think of his last name right now, played Abraham Lincoln. It's magnificent. But nevertheless, it's still an interpretation. I think your Lincoln interpretation is great because you took your tone up about an octave, not an octave. You took it up a couple of beats because he did have a high voice. That's why it carried.
A highlight from How Relevant Is The 2nd GOP Debate Without Trumps Attendance?
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc .tv and local now channel 525. Mike Gallagher. You know, if you're a news and political junkie, you kind of like seeing ads that run during a big event like tonight's debate. Emily Seidel is about to join us. She's the CEO for Americans for Prosperity. In fact, let's bring her into the conversation now. Emily, it's great having you on the program. Great to see you. And I'm so impressed by the work that Americans for Prosperity is doing on behalf of Americans who are struggling with Bidenomics. We all know that, frankly, the economy, inflation, that's what ought to be front and center tonight. And to that end, AFP is going to run an ad that's going to air, I believe, during the debate or around the debate, certainly on Fox Business Network and Fox News Channel. Let's share the Americans for Prosperity ad with everybody as we kick off our conversation. Ronald Reagan used to ask, Are you better off today than you were before? Sadly, for most Americans, the answer is no. We know that because at Americans for Prosperity, we talk with them every day. Binomics is crushing us. I can't keep up with the rising class of America. This country is on the wrong track. We can do better. But we must focus on solving the issues that matter most. With new leadership and fresh ideas, we can reignite the American dream. You know, Emily, that's such a powerful message because it's what Americans need to hear. I think it's what Americans are craving somebody to give a solution to this economic mess that we are in. And thanks to this grassroots effort on Americans for Prosperity's part, more and more people are focused like a laser on how to get the job done. So first of all, kudos to the great work that AFP is doing in that front. Well, thank you very much. And thanks for having me on. I agree that it's what Americans need to hear. It's also what we're hearing from Americans. We've been knocking on the country. And with that ad, we just wanted to share back what we're hearing from them in a way that hopefully calls on candidates on the debate stage tonight and lawmakers in Washington right now to focus on these issues, the issues that we're hearing matter most to Americans right now, and actually step forward with some solutions. That's what people are looking for. I've invited our audience to support Americans for Prosperity because your grassroots efforts are as impressive as anything I've ever seen. So far, Americans for Prosperity has talked to 4 .6 million voters through phone calls or just good old -fashioned door knocks. What's the message that your folks are hearing from all of those millions of Americans that you're connecting with? Well, it's pretty impressive. 55 % of the people that we've spoken to so far name inflation as their top issue. And we've never seen that kind of focus on a specific issue at this point in a cycle. No other issue. I mean, there are a lot of other really important issues out there, but no other issue is even cracking the 10 % mark. And so that tells you something, the economic Biden agenda is crushing families across the country. And that's what we're hearing far and away the most at the doors and on the phones. You know, I'm going to throw a curveball at you because you've been at this a long time. You've spent really decades working in policy and politics. I've been at this a long time as well as a broadcaster. I've never seen anything like this in terms of what appears to be the intentional destruction of our economy. And I want to pick your brain for a moment. Emily, I want to see if you agree with me that this does not seem to be accidental. Is it a stretch to say that these awful policies that are crushing small business owners, that are hurting farmers, that are hurting the middle class, do you think these are well -intentioned but misguided policies? Or is it indeed intentional damage? I mean, that's a great question. I like to hope that people run for public office to try to serve their communities and just make bad choices sometimes. But at this point, you really need to start asking. I mean, as we're talking to folks across the country, for instance, there's a 71 -year old man that we just talked to in Colorado who's retired, who has to come out of retirement to continue to be able to live, support his wife and his niece who lives with him. We had a grocery store event in Wisconsin where we were giving out $25 gift cards to the grocery store as we were talking to people about the cost of all of this rampant government spending that's been driving inflation and what they can do about it, what their voices can do to try to drive change in the public policy arena. And one woman said that because of that $25 gift card, she didn't have to choose between a portion of her grocery list and diapers for the week for her family. I think that's the most important thing. And I think that's very, very important to the people of the country and they're very frustrated. No, and that frustration, I hear it every single day on the show as well. Emily Seidel, who's the CEO of Americans for Prosperity, is visiting with us here on The Mike Gallagher Show. You can go to americansforprosperity .org and support this very impressive organization that is moving the needle. A lot of Americans know what matters. I like to talk, I use the late great Charles Krauthammer's book title often on my show, Things That Matter. Buying diapers matters. How to pay for the groceries matters. There's going to be a lot tonight, and Americans for Prosperity matters, so go to americansforprosperity .org to support this very important organization. Emily, there's going to be a lot of distractions over the next 18 months. We're going to see all kinds of drama. There's a lot of drama about who's on the debate stage tonight, who's not on the debate stage, what's going to be talked about, what's not going to be talked about. Are you worried that those distractions are going to water down what ought to be the alternative vision that we need to get the country back on track? Are you worried that some of the drama is going to overshadow this crucial, crucial message that we have to stay on point and focus on how to get this country back on the right track economically? I don't think so, and here's why. Because we've been talking with voters across the country, and they are focused. They're focused on listening for what the candidates will do to address the top concerns that they've got. They're wondering, is this crisis of affordability of life, is this the new normal? They want to know what people are going to do to shed the problems of biodynamics and get our country back on track. And so my advice to candidates would be to recognize that those are the people that you're talking to. Don't get distracted by all of the rest of this and focus on the failure of biodynamics and your solutions as candidates for public office to get back on track. So when I invite my audience to support Americans for Prosperity by going to Americansforprosperity .org, I want to make sure we get into the nuts and bolts of what it is you do. Because from where I sit, there is no group in America that connects to the all 50 states and what Americans for Prosperity is specifically doing to grow that army and how our audience can help. So Americans for Prosperity is the largest national grassroots organization that works to advance public policy that's focused on what I talk about as the core principles of freedom and opportunity for every American. And a lot of people ask me, what does that mean to be a national grassroots organization? Well, it means we've built 36 state chapters so far, and we're growing. We've got activists, as you said, in all 50 states. And we work in communities to make sure that people's voices are heard by their lawmakers, whether that's at the state level on critical items of importance to what's happening in your state, whether it's K -12 education reform or anything else, or at the federal level and specifically looking at how we're going to get our country back on track from the failed Biden agenda. But our whole goal is to make it possible for good policy to be good politics so that we can actually get things done that reignite the American dream. And it's all about elevating the voices of Americans to the folks that they've elected to drive that change. This is what it's about. And every single day, people say to me, what can I do? How can I mean, it's one thing to complain about these destructive policies, but it's another thing to take action. Emily Seidel, it seems to me, 40 plus years I've been sitting in front of a microphone. I have never felt a stronger urge to tell everybody, you've got to get off the sidelines. You cannot be passive anymore, because frankly, the country's at stake. And I don't think that's rhetoric. I don't think that's hyperbole. Do you? No, not at all. You know, last cycle, I met this wonderful man up in Pennsylvania who said he was watching TV and he saw one of our commercials and he said, you know, I'm going to stop complaining to my friends about what's happening in our country. I'm going to get off my duff and do something about it. And he came and started knocking doors with Americans for Prosperity and AFP Action, which is a super PAC. Together, last cycle, we were in 457 races across the country. We knocked on more than 7 million doors. We reached tens of millions of voters through phone calls and emails and mail pieces. We're going to do that and more this election cycle. And no matter where you are in the country, if you want to get involved, we've got somebody that can help you get involved. Listen, to learn all about AFP, to join their army, and it is an impressive army indeed. Just go to Americansforprosperity .org, Americansforprosperity .org. Emily Seidel, thank you for spending some time joining us. And we'll be looking forward to seeing your ad tonight on the debate. I'm glad we gave our listeners and our viewers a sneak peek.
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A highlight from Real Estate Agents Money Making New Construction Plan (Part 2)
"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money, and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. Welcome back. We are on to day two and we're picking up where we left off yesterday and we're talking about how to make money with new construction. If you didn't listen to yesterday's points, make sure you go back and listen and I know a lot of you will find, by the way, the show we did prior to yesterday is the day before will also be, I think, a very big eye opener for many of you with regards to the different types of mortgage financing that's out there. But without any further delay, Julie, let's just roll right back in and let's talk about the easiest, the most advanced ways that agents can work in new construction. That's right. So we're going to start with something a hundred percent of you can do to get your feet wet with new construction and then we'll end with the most advanced iteration of making money with new builds. So point number one, work in a new construction model home during the hours the builder doesn't build with that builder or don't build it at all. They might buy new construction, for example. Think listing leads, new construction buyer leads, et cetera. And in fact, I think you know this, we have several of our coaching clients who have worked out deals with even some of the bigger builders. I know one of our coaching clients in Texas has a deal worked out with KB Homes, which by all means is kind of a production builder. They've got tons of different neighborhoods. Well, when one of them is about to be done and the next one is just starting, they don't go around. Coverage being that there's not enough new build reps to go around to all the model homes that they have available. That's right. Or maybe the hours that they work doesn't work all the time. Maybe there's just one day a week that you can do this. Anyway, our coaching client worked out a deal where she makes a certain percent if she sells one of their new builds. So she's basically acting like a sub for the new build reps when the new build reps can't or for whatever reason don't want to be at that particular new build model. Now, it's important though to explain this why the new build reps want to do this. Because they're going to get paid regardless of who brings the buyer, so they don't care. And new build reps, especially using Julie's example KB, they're not going to be listing resells. They're only selling the product that that builder has for sale in that particular subdivision. Most of the new build reps aren't even allowed to sell across subdivisions. If there's five KB Homes developments and I'm thinking of Keith Moulton and his great new EXP group and Inkeny, Iowa and all that whole big area of Iowa where they are, they're all those large new build constructor guys. They list the mid -tier ones and they list them within their EXP group, but the upper tier ones, the really large national ones, it's exactly like what Julie and I are describing. So what Julie is saying with point number one is, again, get off your duffs, get away from your keyboard and go out and befriend the new build reps and then offer to basically be their sub working in the models. They are going to say yes, provided they respect you and they know that you'll represent them well. They might have to ask for permission, but in a lot of cases they won't. And you will, guess what, sell new construction, but you're also going to pick off some resale leads. In other words, someone's going to walk in, they're going to want to build with that builder and they're going to have a house to sell, you're going to get that lead. And why is it that the new build reps aren't licensed? It's very obvious. The new builder pays them a salary, pays them a commission, doesn't want their loyalties divided, but also doesn't want that new build rep to then start, well, this model is not good for you at XYZ homes, I'm going to take you across the street and sell you one from ABC homes. They want that particular staff member only selling that particular product. That's where you can come in. Point number two. Well, that's right. And let me just point out why this is number one. Remember, we're going from easiest to most advanced. Notice that here you are not asking for a listing agreement. You are not, I mean, you can write the buyer side, which they're already prepared to pay. All you really have to do is learn a little bit about their product and how a builder contract works, which is generally more simple than your normal contract. Actually even simpler than that, Julie, because what you just said is going to intimidate about 90 % of them if you think about what you just said, right? Even simpler. Just be the meter and greeter and the police fill out your information or, you know, that's it. And then turn over the lead. Don't even do anything other than meet them and greet them because guess what? You met that buyer when they walked into that model, you're going to get the commission. Let them walk through the model. Let them walk through several models, maybe some specs. As long as they've registered, if those people decide to build with that particular builder, you will get paid whatever the co -op commission is. So open your eyes to how easy this can be for all of you. That's something a very low skilled new agent can easily pull off. I think of new construction model homes as kind of like the best buyer mousetrap ever. If buyers are searching, and we know for a fact with lower inventory, buyers are going to these new builds on their own, they're finding the inventory, you might as well be the one between them and the house, right? I mean, we're going to belabor this point too long, but this is something else. It's very rare that you see a new builder up that has an assistant. So if somebody walks in, and they want to see a spec that's maybe 10 minutes away in the subdivision, that means they lock the door to that model home, which means any subsequent buyers that pull up, which may have been equally as motivated, are going to get, you know, they're going to leave and they're going to go next door, they're going to maybe even leave the whole area. You guys get the point. So what the new build rep wants to do is sell more new construction. What you can do is cover them when they're not there. Maybe just act as their assistant on the weekends, and you will pick up sales that way. We've had lots of coaching clients do this over the years. I will say a funny story, I remember this. We had a coaching client that would go to this new build model area where it was a, I think it was a gal actually, and she knew this builder rep only worked on Saturdays. She knew that, guess what, most of the buyers were coming out on Sundays, and they never were there Monday through Friday. So what did she do? She went out and made camp, basically. Go where the buyers are. And then she just waited for the buyers to pull up, and then she was selling the new build rep's models, and she was obviously pulling off other business from that. I mean, talk about a great, a very ambitious, very proactive lead generator. Which, by the way, didn't cost you a referral fee, or a impression fee, or any other kind of paying for your leads fee. And you didn't have to make a TikTok video to get the sale. Not even that. Okay. Imagine if you will. All right, point number two, how do you make money with new construction? Create a relationship with those new build reps, and or the sales managers at different projects, where they refer the resale listings to you. Now, if they are licensed, and remember, they aren't always. It's very, very rare, only if they're really, really small builders, that you'll find a new build rep that is licensed. But we just belabored this point exhaustively, I think. We rolled that into point number one. Anyway, if they happen to be licensed, you can pay them a referral fee. If not, you can do gift cards and other things. But the flip side to it is, is a lot of times, and you and I did this when we sold real estate, we've coached our other agents to do this as well. Let's say you do go to one of those small or mid -level builders, and there's, it's frankly, usually the person that's the build rep is the wife or the husband of the actual builder, And so what you can do, as opposed to having any sort of financial exchange, what they're going to want to do is they're going to want to thank you for selling that particular house by giving you the listing on their next spec. And that's something you can do mostly in the really high end. So if you approach a builder that's specing on a really high end build, and they're still out there, plenty of them, and you're going to say, well, I have a potential buyer or buyers for this property. In the past, when I've worked with other high end builders, the arrangement we've had is I help them sell this particular house to one of my buyers. And then when they build another spec that they'll list that house with me. So then obviously I can help them sell that property as well. And you'll be surprised how that domino of buyer to listing, buyer to listing, buyer to listing, that can last you your entire real estate career. Yeah. It's a beautiful relationship and you can have more than one with more than, you know, different builders. Right? So that kind of leads us into that third point, list the spec homes. Now we've been throwing around that term. What is a spec home? A spec home spec stands for speculation and they come in two flavors. One is the builder is building a home that does not have a contract on it yet speculating that they will. That's why it's called a spec home. And the other way spec home happens is if somebody was in contract to build with that builder, but for some reason, either they backed out, they lost their financing, they lost their will to sell. Somehow the deal came apart and it becomes an inventory home. Sometimes they're called inventory homes instead of spec homes. We're going to share with you guys now, like normal price range stuffs in normal price range, let's say even nowadays, what the hell is normal pricing, right? A million or less. Generally speaking, it's very easy to get out of a new build contracts because the builder knows they've got a hundred buyers that one particular house, but the more expensive stuff when you starting into multimillion dollar spec homes, what happens a lot of times is the builder will ask for the buyer to, in essence, have 20 % hard money into the house. In other words, let's say the buyer is buying a $5 million house and the builder is going to ask for, and usually two deposits, a million dollars. And if the bill, if the buyer doesn't close that a million dollars stays with the builder, you see? So these are just different little things you're going to learn as you climb the ladder. We've had coaching clients, we coach agents to sell new construction, all different price ranges. So you need everywhere from, you know, big old ranches and land, raw land, trees, forests, all the way obviously to ultra luxury homes. So all these skills are applicable to all markets and all price ranges, which leads me to a friendly reminder. The notes for today's podcast are down in the section below. So if you scroll down under the video, if you're watching on YouTube or if you're over on iTunes or Stitcher or Spotify, just go down there and open up the show description. You'll see all the notes as Julie and I are presenting them for the most part. And you're also going to see a link to join Premier Coaching. Now Premier Coaching is, from what we understand, the nation's number one selling coaching program for real estate professionals. And the best part is, I think all of you will agree, is you can join Premier Coaching right now for free. It's a next natural step for all of you in your real estate careers. We know you love this podcast. It's the number one listen to daily podcast for real estate professionals in the United States. You won't believe what you get as part of being a coaching client. This is training. At the best we can do in the 20 or 30 minutes we have you every day, it's training. Coaching is what you get when you join Premier Coaching. So click the link below or you can go to premiercoaching .com or of course you can text the word Premier to 47372. But remember when texting message and data rates may apply. That is going to be homework from this podcast and every podcast after that. Next point Julie. Point number four, list every listing the builder has representing them on the whole development or the whole building if it's a condo building for example. This may include both lots to sell to other builders and or the actual homes or condos being built. That's where you you have the relationship with the builder. So I'm thinking about people like Lance and Karen Kenmore out in Washington state who have been coaching clients for a long time. They have multiple builders, different developments where they represent the entire thing. So they have signs on lots. They can sell those to other builders. They have signs on lots that they're representing the builder. It's not built yet. They have half built homes. They have spec homes. They have everything. One of their builders is going to do a town home project next so they can do different products as well. So another little idea of spinning off Julie's point number four is if you for example have the opportunity to list a parcel of land, a big swath of land that might be great for a developer. There are people that do the developing. There are people that go and essentially have if necessary the zoning work done. They'll put in the sewers, the electric. They'll even subdivide all the lots and all the rest of it and then they sell those off to builders. A lot of times some of these land developers, all they'll do is identify the lands and they'll sell some of the land to somebody to develop the land all on up. So what you're going to discover is from a big old farm field to new construction and a big huge subdivision, there are different levels of businesses that are involved. Now how do you stay involved if you're the one that happens to cross the big old soybean field as was the case for Julie and I sold real estate. All right, so you find the big parcel. Let's call it, you know, 25, 50, 100 acres, whatever it is. You then will list the property and then you will then find the people in that particular market that do the development and then the developer, if the lots are then sold as a whole off to a new builder, which is usually how it actually works, try to stay attached to the transaction every single deal, every time the property changes hands. Make it so that you're part of the deal every step of the way. I'll give you an example. There's a friend of Julie and I's in Houston, his name is Vinod, he owns a place called Urban Living and in its day it was a massive brokerage and what he would do is he goes out and identifies, well he would find a parcel of land in Houston, the zoning laws and this is, you guys are going to think I'm making it up but it's true, in Houston you can actually have a commercial building right by a residential building and so it's not uncommon when you're driving around certain areas of Houston where you see like how the hell is there a church's chicken right next to a, for example, a literal home next to a condo building, next to a car wash.
"duff" Discussed on Bankless
"duff" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth
"Customers and plays really want until they start to really do some assessment and maybe that's something that you can do with your leaders as you're talking to them. And then say, you know, I think the other thing that happens is that I do see leaders trying to figure this out, but the culture has gotten set up. Such that the employees are so complacent or so distrustful of telling the truth and when they have told the truth, there were repercussions that were not positive. So they're like, you know, and then I think that's where we go back. We circle around back to the quiet quit, which is I've given you feedback. It fell on Duff ears, it's really difficult to change anything here. I don't really want to get my hopes up. I'm just going to go in. I'm going to do my work. I'm going to work 8 to two, get everything done. And then I'm going to be with my family, or I'm going to do my hobby, or I'm going to do my other job, or I'm going to do whatever it is that makes that person happy and whether leaders understand that that's what's happening to their businesses, I mean, I wonder if the quiet quit was kind of like bubbling under the surface, and that's part of what has driven the recession. I think it was definitely bubbling under the surface when you look at who did that survey about employee engagement and there's some crazy high percentage of employees who are actively disengaged. And so technically, this has been going on for a long time. I'm not sure it was this conscious as it is now. I think this is a conscious thing that people are doing. And I think part of the foundation of all of this is there has been so much mistrust. And so much us versus them in the workplace for so long that
"duff" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Like this about stuff. What other show? Hilary Duff is keeping it real 100. Francesca spoke with her all about motherhood and why she's not shy about showing us the chaos. You have three children two of which are very young girls May and thanks and you always share them on your Instagram. Banks is already starting to be like, no, I don't want to wear that. I wonder where this and I'm like, okay, she has a pretty good sense, my best advice is to only put clothes in their closet that you want to see them in. So banks is already into fashion. A little bit. Totally into fashion. And she wants to wear a princess dress to school every day. Since you and your husband, our musicians, could we possibly see the kids maybe one day pick up that guitar or pick up that microphone or see Lucca doing anything? I think banks will definitely be maze a little too young, but I think banks will definitely be in some sort of entertainment. She's just had so much she's just she like loves to perform. So I love watching her as we'll be driving and I'll just adjust my mirror to see what she's doing back there and she is really putting on a show. You know, Luca, he's super into sports and I tried to force piano on him and that wasn't happening. So I don't know if he's gonna be musical or not. I want some parenting hacks because I read that you said, listen, having a change of clothing is not just for the baby. Every parent needs to have a plane T-shirt in the diaper bag, ready to go. Yeah. So what other? Because you're always one getting pooped on it. No. I know. That's what it is, girl. I know. That's what they do. Yeah, you know? And one thing I love about you is you show us the chaos without trying to give us this amazing cookie cutter photo. We have a kid's house, so. It's so real. Our couch is, I will tell you, anyone who walks in our House, I'm like, you can sit here, but go at your own list.
"duff" Discussed on Daily Pop
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"duff" Discussed on Daily Pop
"In next. Terry Cole. Go get myself some. Okay, so my mind is just still blown because this purse has been with me. It was not sitting alone in my dressing room. It has been with me no one went in this purse, but but me. Right? It was crazy. How they could have done any of that. And I'm so happy we did it with you because if Lonnie had an open her purse, she would be arrested by now. Hacks is back. Speaking of, we hung out with Jean Smart and her son as they celebrate it the season two premiere. Oh shoot. I can't wait for people to see that because I think they're going to be surprised. I mean, the second season is always going to have a target on you a little bit. You know, it's like you got to prove yourself. It's like, oh yeah, make me laugh. You could I take out one of your face screams, looking for a spot for my kombucha. If it's not kept cold, it'll keep fermenting in the bottle and it can explode. Oh God, fine. Give it to me. Oh. As soon as I started reading this script, I said, wow, I writers have done it again because they really matched the level and maybe even surpassed the level of diversity. Gene has another reason to celebrate this year marks the 20th anniversary of sweet home Alabama, which she costarred in with Reese Witherspoon. That's right, oh yeah, now that was great fun. That was a lot of fun. And I got to tell you the thing that I've told people, it's true. I've never seen anybody who works as hard as a race really. She's amazing. Go back to your double wide and fry something. She's just the kind of person who should realize is that she's in a special position and she never complains and she didn't matter what and she's just delightful and just a pro and this is really bad. I love hats, you.
"duff" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Something under her breath? Wait a minute. It's on. Wait. It's on. In my husband's ex-wife. Says something under her breath while I'm holding 25 Capri suns. We gonna fight. Did you say 25 capris? Because there's about 13 kids. You gonna have a snack. I'm gonna have a snacks. And if you say something under your breath, and I can't see it. To that woman? You knew what? Trust me. I'm gonna say something to that situation. I think you won't. I think you will. I realize I'll take those Capri suns and be like damn. That's what you gonna do and cross your legs. Would you like a juice? Here you go. Gregory. Gregory, Gregory. Probably, by the way, I want a spicy ex-wife in my life. I need some one to fight with. After the break, the clairvoyants, that's why you're here. The clairvoyants are here and they have a trick. That will blow your mind. They will make Lonnie disappear once and for all. If I go, tell me, do you have a shoe on your hand? Yes, I do. There must be shoe size number 13. Do you have number 13? That's exactly correct. Thank you. Thank you. Terry, get those nasty thoughts out of your head because our next guests are reading our minds. Please welcome masters of illusion, the carbines. Yay. Thank you. Thanks for having us. Anytime. Good to see you. So we have one rule. You can not read my thoughts because we're on daytime TV. That's too late now. So we already said, I heard you have a trick and you have a special guest to help you. Yes. Yes, he's the real star of the show. His name is mister Coney Houdini, he even has his name tag here. It says mister Coney Houdini, and we used to get a lot of presents after the show, you know, champagne and flowers. All of that. Now backstage, there are doctrines and toys, and he even got a very weird present the last time. He got the Coney got the book about a celebrity fails and quotes from celebrities, but now it's his favorite book and he would love to try something with you. Okay. So he will try to influence your mind, sir Coney. Do me a favor look into his eyes. In his eyes, over there. Okay, he needs some focus. Here's the focus, look into his eyes. Can you read his mind? Yes, good boy. Good boy, very good boy. Do me a favor, look into Kony size. Oh, you also need some focus here it is. Look into Kony's eyes. Yes, good boy. Good. No, okay. Don't do that anymore. Hey, and this book about celebrity fails here, Charlie Sheen, Tula Roberts, now we can 130 pages. And now you can select any page you like between two and 130 name any number. Totally up to you. 69, 69. Okay. Yes. Do you want to change your mind or you're good with that? I'm good with it. Good as that. Okay. Not 42 that would be a book Clinton not 52 M and M 66 Lindsay Lohan and let's have a look. 68 and 69, it's a double page. Can you read out who it is? It's Adele and on the other side. It's a double face. It's no way. Adele. She has two pages. That's nice. For example, if you would say, I don't know, 76, it would be Heidi Klum. But no, you said 69 Adele. And Coney, you know, he has his name tag right here. And I will show it to you. It's engraved. His full name, mister Coney hounding, you can touch it, it's engraved..
"duff" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Like when they were a family. Being on the first row behind me. The drive Leo. And then Alexis Aidan in the middle and then Cara. Cara. Colin, Maddie. It's a constant dialog of ours as we're driving. Who would sit best next to who? Hannah has to know what's going on in the front, so does Leah. They need to know what we're saying, where we're going, what we're doing. They're like the chatty old women. Yeah, so they have to be near us. Damn, I mean, even now I can still feel John just literally like slowly the candle just evaporates. On camera. Now, we know that John and Kay had a nasty divorce, but is it surprising that the kids still don't speak? Well, the issue was that the two that are living with John Collin and Hannah, there was some issues with Kate allegedly some parental issues. So that's why he ended up getting actual custody of those two. Colin was in and out of because he had ADHD. So John ended up fighting to get him. So I'm not surprised that they haven't been in contact with each other. Because it's been just like some constant friction and it's, you know, I mean, what's the age disparate? I mean, the age disparity. No, there are others. They're all the same. Yeah, it's a little bit older. Yeah, they're 25. 21. And then, you know, I always say the parents set the tone. Yeah. Yeah. And if John and Kate don't have a relationship, why would you expect your kids who live separately to have one as well? And you know, I don't even blame John and Kate for their situation because we all know that a child changes things. Try 8 children. Yeah. You know, I'm blaming TLC here. Young child, I have one child. I don't get this at all. No, it's wild. The show should have been called John and Kate plus 8 plus therapy. Yeah, 'cause I definitely, but I think he's, in my opinion, doing this with the Rolls Royce and the paparazzi, she has a cosmetics line that I think is successful. But I think he's just trying to set her up. You know, for bigger things to come. Yeah, but don't you think at this point there's been enough time that has gone by, don't you think John and Kate need to come together to reunite this family, especially the siblings? Terry. How bad is divorce? Oh, well, I mean, it can be fine. People do it well. It can be difficult. We've been divorced over 20 years. We had a really rough time for many years, figuring out our discrepancies and emotions with each other. But neither of us ever put our daughter in the middle of that. Neither of us ever put each other down, you know, I think both of us lifted up who each of us were individually as parents, even though communally, it took us a long time to finally his and his long-term wife now came over for brunch a few times during COVID. We're now. But see? That's what I'm saying. But it took us a lot of time. It took a long time. And I think, you know, with the kids with the show with them, they still have not passed patched it up. And when you separate kids, it was 6 of them. And with the alleged allegations on Kate, I just think that they just never were able to resolve it. And it's a shame. I also want to say, we did the opposite. The opposite of the paparazzi family. Like, we did everything to not buy it. Yeah. All out in front. So I think when you add that to the equation, I mean. But does it make you feel old at their 18? Oh my God. So I'm going to keep on moving. We're going to have more on this later. Hillary Duff is stripping down. Check her out. Dove post in the buff for women's health body issue. I mean, this looks great. She looks amazing. Fantastic. Hilary is also sharing inside into her past. So we all know a lot of child stars go to extreme to separate themselves from their famous characters, right? But Hillary was able to avoid that mess. She says, quote, it was a conscious choice not to be angsty and try to shift people's opinions on who I was. That doesn't mean I didn't want to try. Do you think this was the right move? I think it sounds like she has a lot of acceptance and confidence with who she is and she doesn't. That sounds like a comment that someone makes when they don't really care what you think. If you get it, you get it. You know who I am. And if you don't get it, then you can think whatever you want to think. And that's a nice place to live from. I also think that Hillary at that time had a sister who wasn't on her payroll and who wasn't scared of her. Because, you know, most of the girls who, you know, got on a wrecking ball or slash vaginas, didn't have a sibling who could say, put some underwear on, girl. Like, come on, you are not going out the house like that. But I also, you got to remember too, she had her children. And she got married, and she had a regular life. And so now she has these three kids, which I think, if you look at the other Disney stars, they still haven't had kids. They're still trying to redefine themselves. I think she early on decided who she wanted to be. And this is an example of it. I mean, to be her age and to have a body like that, she works really, really hard. But I was disappointed was that I was looking at some of the comments under, you know, this article and there are some women that are just so upset. That she was naked? Yeah. Well, they were upset of that. And then they try to make excuses of, oh, well, she has a nanny and she has food and she has this. You still have to work hard. Nobody, no trainer. I had a damn trainer for two days. Yeah. And I almost died. You have to put the work in. Yeah. She put the work in, she deserves it. And this is, this is an example to women. When you can have three babies, you can, you know, I mean, and yes, we want to talk about the money and all this other kind of stuff. But she looks great. Why can't we as women accept the fact?.
"duff" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Let's do it. All right. So much shade. Welcome to the shade room. All right. Speaking of shade, Hillary Depp is opening up about the struggles of being a child star. She played the role of Lizzie McGuire for years Intel's bustle. I was too young to do a character dive on Lizzie. I think I was just playing myself, and I really related to that girl. She was me and I was her. And that was that. You know, have you ever heard of had a hard time separating what people saw on TV and your real self? Yeah, sure. You know, I mean, I've been lucky enough that I've had two really long running shows. I was Barbara Jean on Reba, which was like, you know, 6, you know, 6 seasons, and I did a hundred episodes of baby daddy's body Wheeler and so like people know you as Barbara Jean and right now Reba is on somewhere every day, you know? So people come up like, you know, they think that you're Barbara Jean and the truth is, there is a little bit of me in every single character I do. And when you I do remember that after the first pilot season after Reba was over, it was really hard to go into those rooms because everyone did see you as, hey, I'm Barbara Jean. You know? And you're going out to read for other things. So there is a certain amount of that that you are put into a box or a category. And I think hard for it to be young. It was about to say the same thing. When you're young and you're just getting started and that's how people meet you and they know this character that runs for so long. It's hard to see you as anything else. It's hard to use a 25 year old woman. They think you're 16 year old girl. Absolutely. But I will say the people who have had that happen to them. And if you look at the success of their shows, they have made enough money where they could chill for about ten years. You know what I mean? They don't ever have to do anything else ever. Oh, Kristen Stewart. Chilling on that Twilight money. Hillary dumb still making money from everyone. But they have to do, and I think she wasn't equipped to do this because no one knew the formula yet. I think what you have to do is you have to Miley Cyrus people. Yes. You got a shock people here to see you. Yes, I'm just having a Montana. Shooting things out. Yes. Perfect. And again, the thing is, they also have incredible talent. You know, Miley Cyrus was incredibly talented. So there was no you couldn't really stop her from moving on. I think Hillary Duff is so unbelievably talented. So there's no stopping her. You know what I mean? Like she needs one good dramatic role where we see her completely, you know. Cats, no, not scandal. Okay. She needs a good slip somewhere. I need you to almost get a DUI. Don't get it to you either. Like, I need she needs something 'cause Hilary Duff and I love this about her is so normal. And when you're a celebrity, people don't really want to be to be larger than life. They want some grit. So I should just go to the grocery store and like chaps and a poncho. No, no, I think you should take your minivan. I think you should open the door when you go to Kroger. And right as you get out, just stick that leg out a little too much and let the dress hike up. That is a lie. That's all about this. That's what you do. I'm going to run that by my management team. And I'm going to see blame it on Dylan. That goes wrong. Okay. All right, there we go. In early 2000s, all the girls had a little baby. No, they had a little snapshot. Let Harris get out of the car, Lindsey get on. How do you get off of a boat and show your snack? Britney? I don't know how that didn't skirt got out of there, but if they were doing it, it was like a thing for me. The calculated move. The other thing was the boob shot. People were walking into clubs. They used to have the spaghetti straps, like put off to the side. I just don't know. I feel like Hilary Duff just needs a little bit of sexy. A little salacious. I think that she's fabulous. I do. I think she's gonna be just fine. She's gonna be just fine, right? You know what? You know what she is? She's a survivor. Yeah. She really did watch. Okay, all right. On a more serious note, we would like to send our love to Regina King. Her son Ian Alexander junior tragically took his own life Ian was Regina's only child and the love of her life and he died just days after his 26th birthday. You know, I don't have kids Mona about that no words, no words at all. I mean, Regina, first of all, is such a beautiful human being so as a mother to go through that. You should never have to outlive your children. I have a son, you know, right? The same age. And I heard about it this weekend. It's just heartbreaking. I'm sending her prayers, love, you know, Jesus, God, just take her through this because I just can't even imagine what she is going through. 100%. How would your son Melissa? He's 16. Wow. Yeah, and I would run into Regina at events in one of the kindest, most warm, just loving, loving human beings. And when I heard the news this weekend, it just was so heartbreaking because it's not supposed to happen that way. And then just like, there's complicated feelings in the way that he died. And it's just, I just am looking. It's hard. Like, I want to send love to Ian his dad as well because he and I know each other way, way, way back. So yeah, love to Ian and Regina so sorry. 100%. You know, our thoughts are with the family. And if you know anyone who is struggling or if you are struggling, you can call the national suicide prevention lifeline at one 802 7 three talk. Again, that's one 802 7 three talk. We'll be right back with more daily pop. I have some.
Robert Wilkie on Biden's Latest Ukraine Blunder
"As secretary Robert wilkie. Welcome back to America first. So we as usual, we could talk for hours. Let's just have your reaction to what the incumbents said about a Russia and a Ukraine play cut. Better. And so I think what you're going to see is that Russia will be held accountable. If it invades, and it depends on what it does. It's one thing if it's a minor incursion and then we end up having to fight about what to do and not do it. The president of the Ukraine has been making public statements. He says there is no such thing as a minor incursion. Is he overreacting how much of a blander could this be? Well, it is on par for this president. It's on par for 50 years of being wrong about every major national security issue facing us. And I thought about just how wrong it was this morning when this administration refuses to supply the Ukrainians with weapons that can make colonel Putin's decision a little more difficult. And now they've bullied Estonia Latvian Lithuania into sending missiles to Ukraine. So now these three lilliputian NATO members should be doing the job of protecting you. Absolutely. Absolutely. And that's what this has come
Jessie Jane Duff on the Midterms and Biden's Afghanistan Disaster
A Look Back at Biden's Disastrous First Year With Jessie Jane Duff
"Can follow her right now Jesse Jane Duff if it's got 230,000 followers. You've got the right one, not only the gunnery sergeant. She is the former coach F of veterans for Trump and a colleague of mine on newsmax. Great to have you back. I'm so excited to be back. I love being in studio with you. So whenever I come into town, I'm pinging your team and I'm like, I'm here, I'm here. We are delighted the energy's always better when you're physically in studio, especially in this age of zoom and Skype. Enough of that, just because of the China virus, we gotta talk military got to talk about the minor incursion invitation that Biden gave to Russia and to Putin. But first, let's just let's just talk about the big picture. I did a kind of spontaneous monologue to open this show about the last 12 months of the Biden regime. Give us your take. Let's get your balance sheet of the year of what was that movie the year of living dangerously? This is the year of living with senility. Highest inflation rate in 40 years. That kind of sums up a good stop. Good stuff. For highest inflation rate in 40 years, you had to work hard to get here. You had to really work hard and to do that in less than a year and less than a year stunning. You managed to make us have the highest inflation rate in 40 years. And last night on newsmax, we were talking with Monica Crowley. Absolutely, and she was talking about how difficult it is to reverse that once that starts. It can take a very long time to strategically get things in place so that your economy can sustain itself. So let's go across this Joe Biden brags about increasing wages by 4%, but inflation is at 7%. So essentially, this has become a tax on the middle class and the poor. That is the taxes that he doesn't want to talk about because your cost of living has increased. So that sums up your lack of energy independence. He, which is going to go into our next topic of Russia, he has now enabled the United States to have to be dependent upon foreign oil, which we were energy
"duff" Discussed on Motivate Grind Succeed
"To maybe like two three four five generations ago. Or so you know. It's a lot harder to reinvent the figurative wheel so to speak you know. It's a lot harder to stand out and do something unique And i can imagine just being in no in nowadays climate like it seems like to me. I guess i haven't written any books. Maybe a little bit ignorance on my part but it seems like everybody can write a book. If it's not a full length book it could be like a short e book of some sort so it might be difficult at least from my perspective. Seems like to stand out in a sea of authors. So what you do with your writing. That makes it so unique that you can stand out amongst everybody else. I see your point of view. It's a very valid point. Yes and no. I mean everyone. Technically everyone can write a book. I mean crap. I mean if we all put our minds to something we can do anything we want. But that's the thing not. Everyone does that so even though they have to do anything means they're going to go do it. There is potential. There's dreams are stink. There's actually putting your you know the pedal to the metal and doing it so that helps people stand out the ones that actually go and do what they say they're gonna do or dream of her create or whatever you wanna call it. But i do agree. There is a lot of voices out there. That's the other thing. I think that's why there are so many books stories. We as individuals are just that we are individuals so we all have our own lives. We all have our own unique personalities. We all have our own unique stories and messages and experiences so we have our own voices and we all should be able to voice that if we choose to and we all were given those things for a reason so it's unique. Yeah there's basic storylines. Okay fine girl boy or you know the hero or whatever but know the sixteen different basic plots that you may have heard in lit class in high school back in the day whenever that was from whoever or a college class on time but still the fact of the matters even though the ingredients of what makes a story may be the same. You're still putting the uniqueness of your voice into in your particular details there's no story or the same. There's no two messages. That are saying because i mean tribulations. Tribulation is to relationship as we get into my details. Mine aren't going to be the same as someone else's or theirs mine. So they're still different if that makes sense and we all are created with unique thought processes in brain. So while. i'm a ride on similar ideas. i don't think there's going to be another voiced that expresses it the way i do any more than i could express it the way someone else. Does that. Make sense it makes sense. That is very true. Because i mean the only the best person that can live your life in your life is while you because you're the only person who's lived. You knew who can speak from the perspective that it is so yes. Let that duff makes a lotta sense. So thank you for shining. Light on that Definitely cured me of a lot of that ignorance right there so that helped out a lot..
Advice on Supporting a Grieving Parent
"Hey dr death. My someday to be mother-in-law has lost her son to suicide. He just had a baby and was planning a wedding. The baby mama is very cold and distant to her since the beginning of the relationship. My mother-in-law someone who spreads the gospel help strangers in loves everyone even through her own depression recently. My boyfriend and i witnessed her have a breakdown. She became the opposite of who she is threatened to take her own life. We'd never seen her get to this point before this is a pain. I can't imagine. And i feel lost on how to be there for her. How can i be a better support for her. He has thank you for creating the podcast. And you're fucked depression book. You've helped me visualize struggles in a different light. They'll eat better days. Will you very welcome for that and to the question how what a tough situation man. That's that's brutal in hard and sad and my condolences to your whole family. It sounds like from the outside perspective. This sort of came out of nowhere. You talked about all this other things that were going on and then suddenly this happened and that's one of the things about depression and suicide -ality. I've actually talked about this a lot with people recently. Which is You know deep depression and suicide alley. They they're like a parasite. I kind of think of them This is somewhat silly. I suppose but i kind of think of them like the if you're familiar with a spider man envenom. The bad guy in spider man venom has like this black suit. And it's a it's what's called a syndicate and it's like a alien sludge that like latches onto a person is essentially a you know kind of like a parasite in so that's kinda how i picture depression and suicidality. It's like this black sludgy parasite and when you try to Bring it out into the light. It acts up flares up in tries to hide itself. And so i've been talking about that a lot with people recently how You know these symptoms and issues. Try to hide themselves. They try to stay away from other people. Because you may have thoughts that you know you recognize our illogical or not helpful you know harmful in some sort of way but you don't share them with other people because your depression tells you to keep them private once it starts to get threatened. It closes down it. Gets you know more isolating and so you end up suffering through through these things alone and suicide risk becomes much greater when it suffered in
"duff" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"It can be tiny can being going and finding a book it could be listening to a podcast. That could be talking to a friend. It could be instead of going home after work. One day you decide to go to a cafe and have a sip of coffee and you know that changed that subtle. Change opens the door to. Oh i did that by myself today. Kind of good. I just did something new. Yeah that makes a lot of sense. and so for for people that are maybe one. Step down the line that have you know. They're they're non thick of it anymore. They're they're starting to be able to cope with triggers that they might encounter in their looking for trying to some of that meeting but they're not necessarily going to be finding a counselor right now to do that Are there some of the things that you can take from the work that you do that. People might be able to either draw their attention to or or intentionally do to help with that growth process. Maybe being open to these experiences. Sure so when when you ask that question. The first thing that came to my mind is if they are experiencing some symptoms. Write down what those symptoms are. Give them a name and just just pick two or three at this point. Give them a name and write down on one side. This is gonna be the easy part the ways in which they feel like they're hurting you and then i'm gonna ask you push push count yourself. Just push yourself to the limits eight if there was a way in which this was trying to serve me the feeling. This fiscal reaction. What could it be. how could it in. its own. Unique way be trying to help me. For example like we did with anxiety. Anxiety can feel devastating. It can feel overwhelming. But if it's thought like externalizing almost persona it was trying to help me in. Its own unique way. What would it be doing on others and the other side of that right down. Well its warning against danger. It's telling me you've been through something and and this is how much you feel. It is Telling you to be vigilant about returning to a certain place. It's giving you some sort of information. That's really really funny because when you said give it a name i know you're saying label like the emotion in my in my anxiety book. I actually encourage people to give you know. Name like like fred salary or something like that. You know absolutely in personifying it can be helpful. You know like okay bills and asshole but if you were if he thought he was helping me what would he think that he's doing for me..
"duff" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"Rent that in itself can help create the pain being anxiety. The depression the ptsd again. Not saying that. What happened wasn't bad. But your body's reaction to that might not be bad. It shouldn't have happened in the first place but but but even since it sends it did. Your body's reaction makes sense in a certain way lead sense and while it hurts and while it's painful let's look at another perspective of how it's actually helping you and if they're like if they start even being curious about that. I can work with that good you you in our introductory emails to each other. You threw out a term that I've us but we may. I'm not sure if we have the same definition of or not. But but you've used use the term corrective experiences What what does that mean for you. When i use corrective experiences i m using it as there is an a negative association to experience and you can intentionally show up for a similar experience. That might have oke painful feelings but you can show up to a new experiences in a new way. That can actually be healing right. Okay that's that's that's i'm on board with with with that usually. I'm talking about that in context of like a relationship. You've had negative relationships and it may take corrective sort of emotional experience with a different person to to kind of not undo. But help you move through that other one. Yeah absolutely An at on the same lines as relationships counseling in itself can be corrected experience especially with the individual with complex trauma who may have never found a safe relationship. Somebody that was able to hold space. It was able to really hear their story. openly and authentically and a corrective experience would be somebody who was very attentive and Responded in a way that was congruent with what they felt and didn't judge them or criticize them. And all of a sudden oh that exists It's opening complex trauma. Do you refer to that. Basically meaning like just how pervasive it is and how it affects their life in general and in the chronic nature of it going on over time. Yes so complex. Trauma is chronic trauma. prolonged or repeated exposure to traumatic events. So it could be being raised with neglect and abandonment. It could be raised with Physical abuse that was ongoing. Our could be Repeated episodes of various different types of trauma instead of one big event.
"duff" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"You. You will see what the other person's responses and you will intuitively know how to take it from there. Okay i like that. Would it be okay to jump into going back to where we started with the push dramatic growth in getting into that a little bit more short. So are there ways that people can intentionally try to work toward that. Are there things that can be done or things to look out for to help. Somebody grow through their trauma. Yes so what. What i have found is in. My research is the individuals that have experienced post traumatic growth when i would interview them the similarities narrow down to one thing and that was they were able to identify. Just one person who was there. Light at the end of the tunnel who held ground who was steadfast. Who was present who believed them. Some sort of grounding inspiring figure they one person it was a mentor. It was a teacher was the best friend. It was apparent it was a cousin. It was a counselor but that one person was on was their anchor and we'll Life saving device through the process of of their traumatic journey. There's trauma recovery journey. So my work is around creating that relationship and if i can somehow access their world is well their social world as well bringing in people who could play that part for them to those two things and then i also bring in some research in the field of positive psychology with Meaning making which of course we can't do. We can't do immediately but around concepts of meaning making and recognizing the tools that they now have as a result of what they've been through what they're what they have discovered about themselves and this mor infant part themselves. That was not killed by the trauma. So i do a lot of parts work and accessing. What is incident about them And bad that takes time. And how do you get to that without falling into like everything happens for a reason territory. Yes oh.
"duff" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"Your place in the world and get your life on track. She has her private practice. She has other upcoming courses that she's working on doing a lot of really cool stuff if you watch her. Talk beyond just this episode. You'll see that. She's very very passionate about this stuff. She talks with an intensity that i that i love and i think she does really great work. So please enjoy this episode and this interview. And i'd also like to know from you guys. Please shoot me an email or a message on social media if you like me to do more interviews like this. I kind of stopped doing interviews for a while certainly with covid and prior to that. I think i stopped even before that because it was just becoming a little bit difficult with the kids in the house. I didn't have a separate office space anymore. To record things in and yada yada yada. But i feel like in the near future. It might be possible for me to be doing interviews again. I just don't know if it's something that you guys are interested in so please chime in and let me know. I really enjoyed doing the cuban as i do. Enjoy the interviews as well and you know. Obviously there's quite a different variety of topics and people that i've talked to and can talk to potentially so you know a lot more varied probably than just the qna. But i'm not sure previously. I was doing you know kind of one in one interview cuban a. I don't know that i would go back to that. That much. one. In one but sprinkling interviews here and there. I'm not sure please some opinions. Let me know what you're thinking. I'm fine keeping things the way they are. But if you are craving more wanting interviews with people you know let me know about that but yeah aside from that you know if you want to show notes for this Dot com slash episode. T fifty six. If you have a topic or question for me that you want me to address the show. Shoot me an email to duff. The psych at gmail.com. And yeah with that. Let's go ahead and get into this interview with dr. laura copley enjoy o. k. friends. I have a guest for you today. A really interesting guests lower copley. Who is a licensed professional counselor. A certified trauma specialist. So we're gonna be talking about trauma. Ptsd post traumatic growth in a lot of other terms. I'm excited to get into Laura thank you for coming on the show..
"duff" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"Can find pictures of it online if you google. It saint john's wart it's pretty. It's like a bright yellow flowering plants. And it's been used for ages as medicine but they have some evidence looking all the way back to like ancient greeks that they using john's wart as a medicine. And if you look at the list of all the things that it has been used for. They certainly used it for way. Too many ailments that it doesn't actually treat you know it was kind of like you know back in the day when they use cocaine for everything they used. Saint john's work to treat all sorts of stuff and it doesn't treat everything under the sun but we do know now through clinical research. Is that saint. John's wart can use as ineffective antidepressant. Which is pretty awesome There have been a number of clinical trials so randomized controlled trials done in the research. That show it's better than a placebo. So meaning you have one group of people take essentially a sugar pill in inert substance. That doesn't have a psychoactive effects. So it's not actually causing any significant changes aside from a little bit of sugar or something like that so you take a pill like that That's one group in the other group gets saint john's wart and they're both told that they're getting saint john's wart so they're both under the impression that they're taking the medication and then you can tell Is there an effect beyond placebo. Because if you give somebody a placebo sugar pill and tell them that it is a medication. You very well know. We'll see effect from that. You'll see some sort of response to it but the idea is can this medication or substance supplement. Whatever caused a reaction beyond just placebo effect and so the studies have shown that saint. John's wart is better than placebo. And when you put it head to head against the gold standard for antidepressants. Which is sr is so sri meaning selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor Basically means that serotonin lingers around in your brain longer which is a good thing because it gives it more of a chance.
"duff" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"We like to co work together. So we've had a couple of opportunities this week to you know when the kids are with the nanny go take a walk down favorite copy shop. Do some writing together and that's been really nice. There's there's a lot of reasons why we live in the place that we do but one of the reasons is just. How much stuff isn't within walking distance and how much there is to enjoy about just being in the area and you know now that i'm not going to say like you know the pandemic's over but now that a good portion of the people in our area are vaccinated and you know there are plenty of opportunities for for outdoor dining copy shops and things like that. It's starting to feel you know a little bit more like a real summer so excited about that and We're really enjoying it. If you haven't gotten outside a lot this week taken opportunity to do so. Go read outside or take a walk even just sit on your portrait behalf or in the backyard and you know have your have your coffee or your you know glass of wine in the evening and just enjoy a little bit of the outside. It's good for you anyway. Let's get into the questions. Here is the first one okay. So first question reads. Hello thank you so much for all the things you do. Sorry if this is inconvenient stopping there. It is not inconvenient. I have a show where i ask you to write in questions so that i can answer them. So you're never inconveniencing me writing in a question. That's you doing what i tell you to do. Which is you should do. I tell you to do so thank you anyway. The question read sorry. This is inconvenient. But i don't have access to therapist in my area so i thought i might ask you like i said i can't consult a professional so it's hard to get antidepressants here. However i read that saint. John's wart can help with mild depression..
"duff" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Duff Consumer finance that cover really important website. That's a C S P V and you could do a zip code search and find a housing counselor in your Zip code. Who will talk to you And Greg actually did that I got in some information, but in the end, he had to be the one. My name is on his mortgage so he could be the one to do that. And it's really, really helpful. You also as a homeowner, if you're kind of wondering, like, where do you lie like, Are you In that 70% that are federally backed, or are you do you have a mortgage? It's held privately by a banker by investors. You can actually go on a couple of look up tools. If you go to the standing May website or the Freddie Mac website. All you do is you put in your ad name address last four digits of your social and they'll tell you if you're if you're in their portfolio of loans, so that's kind of nice. But definitely I would I would talk to a housing counselor. At consumer Finance taka. That's the place to find it. Your name's not on the mortgage, but it is on the by line. So you can get things done in ways that other people that other people can. You know, I think the whole idea of the four parents is that there's gonna be some grace shown that people that are really struggling. You're gonna have that grace and on the back end. You want to make sure you're still going to get that grace and you're not gonna get somebody that's going to write you a nasty letter demanding $14,000 yesterday, right? Right, Right. And you know all these people that work in the housing sort of fear are really they've got their eyes on this. The consumer Financial Protection Bureau that CF TV that I mentioned they are really on top of this and there. It's like the bank cops. They're back on the beat right and they are really working on this specific issue because they don't want to have another 2000 and eight Housing meltdown where a lot of people lost their homes, their actually working on rules right now to protect consumers, and they've got their eye on also the other ones that are not federally back, but the ones they're held privately just to make sure that, um thanks. Lenders are Communicating properly with customers, letting them know what's happening and and offering them a variety of options. So you know, I think most banks frankly don't want to go like straight to foreclosure because it's a real pain for them to and they lose money. So I think the whole point is to make you know to learn from the horrible lessons of the past and give people more choices on do you know the other thing? I want to make sure that I mentioned for your listeners because it's really important, um, something that's going on now since the pandemic. Anybody. Whether there is a mortgage for parents, or they're just a regular old consumer can get a weekly credit report for free, which is awesome from the three major credit reporting agency and all the after you. Yeah, yes, because normally only get one free one every year. Now, you could get one free one every week. And it's super important because people have been reporting that these banks are wrongly listing. People in for Barris is being late are delinquent on their payments. And you don't want that to happen. The purpose? Yeah. Exactly. Told Stephanie Zimmerman. Great article on this. You bring up some really important points. And I think you've given some people some real food for thought here in a way to understand how things are working. Stephanie Zimmerman from Chicago Sun times. Thank you for being on today on the big 89. Best of luck. All right. Thank you. Have a great weekend. You bet. Well, coming up next. He is a disgraced convicted former police officer in Minneapolis. You know Derek Chau van he is now. Got more charges that he must face and the officers that were with him on the infamous day when George Floyd died. We'll have that story coming up there right now, Where do you get some traffic headlines from Kim Gordon? Rob. We actually have a lot of just traffic, slow moving traffic all across the area on the Eisenhower. It's stop and go due to an earlier accident. Outbound between Ogden and First Avenue delays running 35 minutes. The Stevenson also a slow go inbound between route 83 Central Avenue on the tri state tollway. It's backed up south bound between 80 and 80 94 on the Jane Adams tall way, too. Right lanes are blocked with debris. That's West Found west of Terrell Road. Next traffic update in less than 15 minutes. Doors are being Hello. This is your apartment. I need some.
"duff" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast
Hilary Duff officially confirms "Lizzie McGuire" reboot is dead
"Okay. There was a really popular show that my daughter loved on Disney, and it was called Lizzie McGuire. It start Hilary Duff and this other dude and this other dude who was in it who I believe played her best friend. He's pretty disappointed. I'm sure because the Lizzie McGuire reboot is not gonna happen. Disney. Plus, Yes, Disney Plus announced that they weren't going to go on with their effort to do this show because it all started before the pandemic. It has something to do. I'm sure with the writing Because, um, you know, they say, Listen, Maguire fans have high expectations for any new stories. And unless and until we are confident we can meet those expectations. We've decided to hold off and today we informed the casts representatives that we're not moving forward. So I guess I just couldn't find enough Good stories. The writing sucked. That's the way it translates to me, right? Yeah, Yeah, This script sucks. We can't move forward with this way really wanted to do this, But upon reading the actual scripts New. Yeah. Exactly. S O. Production on the show actually begin in November, But then they paused. In early January because Hilary Duff was going on her honeymoon. In Mozambique. And two days before she return Variety broke the news that, um that this the writers would be Show runner would be fired from this variety kind of told us send them were like what's going on. Are you going to find a new one? So that's it dead in the water? Not gonna happen? No, Like like I said, the played the guy who played the best friend characters. Probably pretty pretty disappointed. I don't know if he's had any thing going on. No, I don't think so. I don't know. On the crew. You got a thing for the crew to. It's like, you know, Lindsey will get some anyway. Yeah,
Why the Treasury wants its money back
"There are days of which this is one when we are obliged by the news to get just detached down in the weeds so we will because we have to. But we'll do it gently back in march in the cares act. Congress authorized the treasury department to let the federal reserve us about four hundred and fifty billion dollars to fund. A bunch of fed lending programs programs that would and remember back in march and april. The fear factor was pretty high in this economy. Right these programs would stabilize credit markets. And in a way thus backstop the whole economy. Well yesterday treasury secretary steven mnuchin. Told jay powell. He wants the money back. In other words those lending programs the secretary said are none the fed not known for its political loquaciousness. Said in a statement. Yesterday afternoon it would prefer the money and the emergency programs. Stay where they are. But after noon sherpao roach secretary mnuchin and told him the money's on the way so we will get to the what it all means thing with lopez and genus smile. Like in a minute but first marketplace abbreviation shore with what exactly these programs did in different ways. These programs all allowed the fed to get down and dirty in the mud of credit market so for example a couple of them allowed the fed to actually buy corporate bonds another loved the fed to buy short-term bonds from state and local governments another allowed to indirectly by up car loans and student loans they essentially stood there and said you know we'll be a buyer of these things will support these markets yousef obasi is global market strategist at stone ex. Now the reason we care that the fed could buy these securities. Is that for a while. They're in this pandemic. It was looking like nobody else would and if nobody wants to buy up for example loans. People aren't going to get as many loans and loans are what kept some businesses. Live and local governments functioning. You're talking about essentially the entire credit markets could've yearly froze if the fed didn't step in with these facilities the fed supported credit market so credit markets could support people. Chris campbell is chief strategist at duff and phelps and former assistant secretary of the treasury they allow for serbia liquidity or money available to banks or institutions to have them to be able to lend you money by all accounts. These programs worked. Edward altman is professor of finance emeritus at nyu. The treasury felt that it has succeeded so well that it's no longer necessary. Oldman sees that is. Ill advised to give them the looming threat of further shutdowns but secretary mnuchin has said businesses need grants now not loans. The four hundred and fifty. Five billion dollars in question could be re purposed into a miniature stimulus. Deal before a new president is sworn
Why This 17-Year-Old Wants To Be A Poll Worker
"Lucy Duck Worth of Philadelphia as a memory of what election Day used to be like when I was little. I used to go vote with my parents, and I got to see them, you know, push the button. And where the sticker The Seeker is always a very fun part of that. But this year, Lucy Duck birth isn't going to the polls with her parents. She is not going to the polls to vote. Lucy Duck Worth, can't I'm 17, but I could be a poll worker in Philadelphia and I can help other people vote. Lucy Duff Worth a 17 year old high school senior, will be working the polls on November 3rd. She's part of the pool Hero project, which has been recruiting young people to help on Election Day I found out about the whole hero project through Instagram actually. In July. I was taking a writing class online, of course, and I wasn't working my restaurant which I usually work was closed due to Cove it I think itwas a kind of a difficult time for a lot of people who felt a little bit helpless. And you know, what can I do in the upcoming general election? I can't even vote. I started reading about this problem I didn't even know existed. You know, Poll workers tend to be on the older side. Many of them have been doing this work for tens of years and this year specifically because of the pandemic. A lot of those workers don't feel comfortable coming out and working in person, and that's created really big issues. As we saw in the primaries, there weren't enough people to work the poles. So I signed up to volunteer with the project. Pull Hero project is a lot of recruiting through social media, focusing on certain cities where poll workers are really needed, and once we get people to sign up, we have them re post one of our instagram posts once we get, you know, maybe three or four people in a given school in a given community to repost that Maura and more members of that community are seeing that post. And then are signing up without us even reaching out from there, you know, they post and it sort of grows on its own. I think it's really important for young people. Teenagers, even if you're not old enough to vote for start getting involved with the process. Young people across the board participate in democracy the least and we need to make sure we're showing up. So that we see our voices reflected in decisions and and I think a great way to do that is to start by making sure that everyone can both if they want to vote. That's all. Great to start early as possible to make that a habit and make that a lifelong decisions. You know, I don't want to speak for my for my older self, but I am so fired up about doing this. I really want to keep doing this for a while. The cool thing about poll workers is that so many of them they come back year after year, and it's really exciting to think that process can start with the new generation right now. That's been really inspiring for me. Lucy Duckworth's high school senior looking forward to November, 3rd one shall help voters cast their ballots in Philadelphia. So far, the Pole hero project says it's signed up about 30,000 people. To help out in their communities, too.
Kentucky Native George Clooney Says He's "Ashamed" of Breonna Taylor
"Of course running so high across the country today after no officers were charged directly related to the killing of Brianna Taylor took testers hit the streets after the news broke the grand jury indicted a former police officer on three counts of wanton endangerment for firing into neighboring apartments and the other officers were charged and Louisville, Kentucky where Brianna was shot the protests took a violent turn to police officers were shot and suffered non-life-threatening injuries. A lot to unpack here. How do you feel about all of this? Both of you? The saddest part about all of it is that I am not shocked that this happened. I'm in shock that I'm not shocked and whenever you look at the footage from the night before or two days or four and they're boarding up downtown and they're putting road blockades before the verdict even came in something that was honestly supposed to be stay hush-hush between jurors and a judge. You just know what to expect. You know, my people understand what to expect and that's the saddest part. Yeah, and what's really sad to me is that, you know people on the internet and Instagram often go to this thing where they say. Oh, well, you know, this person was a bad person. We shouldn't be making this person a hero this twenty-six-year-old woman was a front line worker who was doing the most legal thing that an American Canyon. She was sleeping and getting ready for work and people barged into her home and shot her and there's Justice for the wall of her neighbor before there's Justice for her. So you're telling black Americans and black children that your life is less valuable than a plywood wall. Yeah, that's what the issue is. And I know we have to go to break and we're going to be back cuz I know we have a lot more to talk about so you guys join us. We're going to keep this conversation going. Welcome back to daily pop as we mentioned before the break. No officers were charged directly related to the killing of Brianna Taylor protesters hit the streets across the country celebrities like George Clooney Oprah Winfrey and Alicia Keys are all speaking out Kentucky's attorney general warned people not to be influenced by celebrities and social media influencers off. So he says don't understand the case and their Community but George Clooney who's a Kentucky native wrote an open letter saying he is quote ashamed of this decision off, you know, you and I all three of us have had such open conversations about this. What are you guys think when you see something like this after six months of trying to get jobs or somebody? Yeah. It's obviously not served. The whole thing is outrageous. It's outrageous. It's insane and the contrary to how you felt. I'm still shocked and maybe that's my whiteness wage. That I'm still shocked that this didn't Justice wasn't served here. I really thought it was going to be and I saw that it was not gonna happen and you know, and I've been following the case. It's just shocking to me that It ever happened. Honestly, I have to say that there's no justice served. I I kind of have to second what what Justin said, I'm not shocked at all and to put it pretty blatantly and off early. If this was me there would have been Justice served if I was if I was shot sleeping in my bed. All three officers would be their licenses would have been revoked. They would have never been able to be police officers. Again. They have City wage had to pay my family a tremendous amount of money. Like we are not treated equally and yesterday, I mean, I just didn't I we spoke a lot about this before we started the show this morning and we kind of got into a little bit of sort of the racial Justice is yesterday with stassi and everything and I said this to you before the fact that stassi Schroeder has had more of a negative impact to her life off. Okay and has lost every stream of income because she made some ignorant horrific comments and I'm sure she's ashamed of and the police officers who killed and shot somebody while she wage Sleep in her own residence that she pays rent for okay walk free with not a single problem in site can still continue to make money can still connect to pursue the job but they've trained for it is effing bananas. But this is way this world works. This is why people are calling for police reform and I'm going to let you guys found something the person who brushes my hair in the morning for two seconds every day had to go through 1600 out 1600 hours of training before he could touch a follicle on my head, right and police officers go through less. Yeah the end of the day I want to urge everybody. I know November 3rd is coming up and yeah, you guys should get to the polls. But also when your local channels, and your District elections come up and your state elections come up, I want you to Google the people who are running for those offices and I want you to look at what they said or didn't say wage. About what happened to Brianna Taylor McClain are George Lloyd Wright? Those people stay quiet throughout those whole things your answer is deafening. Yeah and did not want those people presiding over and making decisions about your life. That's a question that you have to ask yourself because that woman was twenty-six years old that could have been your daughter and that could have been your thoughts
Mourners pay tribute to RBG outside Supreme Court
"Continue to gather outside the Supreme Court and tributes pour in for the late Justice Ginsburg W. B. C Suzanne Saz Ville got reaction from a former justice on the state Supreme Judicial Court. She just learned large one thing. No one could argue with this that Ruth beater. Ginsberg inspired women. When you see someone like that on the bench, it really makes you feel Yeah, I can do that Retired state Supreme Court Justice. Fernand RV. Duff Flee, who goes by Nan met Ginsberg as a member of the National Association of Women Judges and remembers one day when Ginsberg warmed her heart I had given her a pin. In one of these times, she looked at me, and she paused for quite a few drinks. And then she said, I still where your pin man and I just thought it was amazing Five memories aside roughly a sad that Ginsberg was burdened by concerns she would be replaced on the court before November's election. She knew her life was so public and had a deep sense of obligation to the world. To live as long as she could so that this wouldn't happen. Suzanne Sauce Bill W. B. C. Boston's news radio. The
Good Habits for Weight Loss
"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,
We Are The Chosen Ones (w/ Patty Rodriguez)
"Patty you you know we were just start talking about. Leeann how we love her and I know you love her to You you do like so many things like you are one of these lake. Just like that as women. Like look and follow on g and I'm just like Patty doesn't stop light from not only normally not even from being like a mom which is already like a twenty four seven job. Like I'm like he is hustling and you know like do you want to maybe tell the audience like a bunch of you do on my goodness? Okay I started and I still am part of the Ryan Secrets. Radio show. I've been with him for a this year. Any Oh my gosh today today. Today's making bring it out with them. What you're celebrating Kingston Yeta speaking says. Yes Patty we would've brought some Ryan's roses for you right. This moment I i. I don't know why I'm thinking in my head. It was January. But it's April yes so team two thousand and five uh-huh. I started working with him as an intern And I never left and then long that Through those fifteen years I became a music writer for a magazine became a mom and then after I became a mom I was like you know my kid needs to grow up loving who. He is being proud of who he is. Because I remember acid child I carried the shame of being a Latina in my own country ended in one of my children to grow up feeling or carrying that heavy load because it's heavy in books To me books mean so much they are the that was a vehicle for me to learn English And I've always just loved books especially children's books and I was looking for children's books for my now nine year old that celebrated who we are and what we do in our contributions and I couldn't find any so Just to make this shorter I decided to start my own company with a friend of mine and we call it a little league does and we now have our own publishing company and then somewhere in between I started a jewelry line that was like being rocked. Riana Demi Levato Katy Perry you ideal and Just incredible women in and then what else. Oh and then somewhere in between A friend of mine in me Have been writing just writing down in trying to create something that can live forever And just recently we've Kind of connected with a production company that saw this and believes in us and I think that's just the beginning of the beginning. What's next for you to call a month and then it had a second child. Now come more within those fifteen years. Yeah Yeah Oh. Wow You I consider yard real like a listens to bugging Cuba. Books are so cue thank you you have one of Lena. Which was the one that I ever like had saw like in person. I saw like a little local bookshop in by the way that book is d. I mean children's picture book on her life really. Wow that's crazy. That just says a lot about the publishing industry you know. Yeah Yeah I was that one published that was on my gosh. What twenty two thousand eighteen have you have you ever? Do you watch the show or have you watched the show younger? No it's about it's IT'S A. It's Hillary Duff and the Gospel turning Mexico her name. Yes thank you. Yes sees me a Tony Award winner? I know I know. I'm sorry but I know but it's about it's about seeing it's about publishing and writing and stuff in it. It's so interesting because you just said that. And you know it's mostly white women in charge in this or white. I mean Yeah. I think Hollywood is bad yeah The publishing industry is a trillion times worse. Yeah it's so white straight it's like it's honestly it's it's just food with American dirt a novel that isn't you know. Oh Yeah But Yeah so. I think that's really that's like that's so cool that you you did like you've made these landmarks and like you are showing not only You know our people are able to read these. Obviously unlike you know Lakers Read read these books like to our children. I buy one for my knees for her birthday or whatever that is but I think it's cool because like we just Like I have friends babysit and sometimes like I cover for them and Babysat for one of my friends. And I remember telling the family I was like I was really happy because they had free to Kalo. They had like you know a Selena. They held all types of like different colored like females that in books me through the and they had lake so many different hourn even. Just let the Asians Bunch and then I was like this was like a mixed race couple but still like I. I love it when I walk into something. Yes you have books of other people than just like little cartoon just like white people think you educate you really important especially because you know. Those books are for children and If you know. We're talking about changing the narrative and in any in any creative industry that you know that we there were part of on in and I always say this the the one that we should really invest in. Because it's the first form of media that our children you know are are connected to our books. Yeah and if we really want to change the the overall landscape of the way Hollywood looks We honest need to start with books and It's very challenging to Get people on board with that because they you know a lot of people don't see books are so powerful yet we don't we don't consciously see it
Hilary Duff hints at Lizzie McGuire drama after Disney+ pulls 'Love, Simon' spinoff
"We are finally getting some answers about what is going on with the Lizzie. Mcguire revival so this all got thrown into the news yesterday after dizzy plus moved their love Simon series. Hulu because they didn't think it was family friendly enough will. Hillary posted the news on her story and wrote sounds familiar that dot so now we know what she means. Variety is reporting that Hillary Disney are clashing over. The show's direction. Hilary wants to do a more adult version and Disney wants something closer to the original. Disney has fired. The show's creator and so far. Hillary has not commented any further. Heard it in two episodes and then yeah that's really upsetting but also don't you kind of have these conversations prior to things sort of being green lit in the show being in production with rings change? All the time shows get cancelled after pilot. All they don't go forward but this was going forward. They had ordered the series. So I feel that there was such creative differences. Those should've been ironed out before they even shot something and I think it makes sense to come back if they're gonNA Redo the revival and she's going to be thirty years old it's GonNa. It has to be different. What thirty year old is living the same as an eleven year old exactly? Yeah but that's what happens and it happens at this networks from times where you have an executive who green light something and then that executive moves on to greener pastures and then all of a sudden a new executive comes in and they have different ideas for the show. What works for them so I think what happened was maybe an executive came on. Green Love Simon on Disney was ready for it and then all of a sudden anew in came in and was like no no no. That's not what I'm looking to. Let me move this to Hulu and alleviate some of that space for some of my newer projects. I am disappointed about this Lizzie McGuire. We had Hillary Duff on the show last year she was talking about it and it seemed like such a great concept. It's you know about how the girl wakes up at thirty and realizes her life isn't where she thought it was going to be thirty. I think that's everyone right agree with everyone. Woke up at thirty was like really thought this would be happening or this would be happening and we were GonNa Watch her. Go through that to me. That super interesting I mean did juices. Let's find another show runner. Who could potentially come in and figure out what you want and what I want needs needs to move to who just needs to Bergen also. It sounds like Hillary the creator of the original Creator. We're on the same page. Yeah and I think she probably wants that person to still be around. So yeah I I. Yeah but I think they should just have that person back to the show with Hillary and move it to Hulu so they can do the show that they
Fashion & Film
"Episode actually has been on my mind since our very first season and it combines both my passion and my career because today we talk about fashion and film and we actually thought this was a particularly fitting episode with which to launch season three seeing as it's February. WNYC which is an eventful month for fashion in film. We are currently in the midst of course of the International Fashion Week Circuit and the Ninety Second Academy Awards Air. Just this is past Sunday February ninth. Not that I've seen many of the Oscar contenders this year. But let's be honest. I mainly tune in to see what everyone is wearing. Yes exactly the same. Although I did watch rock man last night which I know I loved. You're so so on costumes. Were amazing. Customer agree on that yet and we actually got to see a couple of them in in person when we were in L. A.. Recently which was very cool but the Oscars is definitely one of fashion industries. Highlights of the year. You know. I think it's safe to say that. What celebrities as where to this star centered? Event is just as exciting as the awards. Show itself and I'm sure many of our listeners will be joining us in watching the pre show coverage where where we will get an up close and personal look at all the glamour shirt to be on display on this year's red carpets and speaking of red carpet April you and I both. It's had our very first red carpet experience last month when we attended the iheartradio podcast awards. Yes and I will have to. I have to say getting ready for that stuff. Takes a really long time. I had no idea. We're inheriting makeup literally. Our it was very fun. Yeah it it was very fun so you're going to hear a little bit more on our first fashion history mystery of the season where we talk about all things red carpet including our favorite picks from this year's red carpet and an interview with Bronwyn cosgrave. Who is the author of the book made for each other which is an in-depth behind the scenes? Look at the history the of red carpet fashion so the Academy Awards dates back all the way to the nineteen twenties but the first films are being made as far back as the eighteen ninety s so the movies being produced ladies for over one hundred and twenty years you know. I think we should probably preface this episode by saying this is only intended as an overview of very huge topic like Jain enormous topic. Yeah I mean it's so big that we've chosen to focus almost entirely on the relationship between fashion as as it relates to American Hollywood films and for the most part I mean there will be a few exceptions and even by narrowing our discussion. There are still so many fascinating winning stories and players involved with a subject that it is impossible to cover them all in one episode. And that is why we are bringing you to yes and as you said. Casas is a huge topic and there are many different angles which we could look at the intersections of fashion and film. Historically of course the most obvious one is the depiction of fashion in film and that is fashionable clothing as costume worn by characters in support of the visual narrative of any given plot and this fashionable clothing can be worn both in contemporary films. Those intended to be set within the time in which their audience are living now currently when interviewing them and also period films film set in the past so clothing and fashionable clothing at that is one of the most vital production elements in selling link any given period in history it is very central to the quote unquote look of a specific time and place and we have to give many a costume designer props further further historical accuracy over the years but April. I think you would agree that present day fashion is a pretty powerful force and even the best designers have been guilty of implementing unconsciously or not contemporary beauty and fashion aesthetics into their period costumes. So if you look at any number of the westerns from the nineteen sixties for instance instance set in the late nineteenth century. But I can't even tell you how many heating ladies in these films are costumed with bouffant hairstyles eyeliner. They're so good. You know not to mention that these electric colors of their bustle gowns so fashion in film and we're using the term film today because while the majority of the movies were talking about where filmed on film so fashion and film have been inextricably linked since the earliest days of cinema. The I motion picture films were produced at the end of the nineteenth century by the first decade of the twentieth film production had fast evolved into a mass entertainment industry tree. Hollywood obviously as we all know in Los Angeles California was epicenter and the home to over seventy studios and counting by nineteen fourteen and prior to the advent of film. Theatre was a hugely popular form of spectator entertainment. And it was thanks to this medium that that female audiences had long been accustomed to viewing their favorite theater actresses and the clothes they wore as the latest word and chic and and actresses wore high fashion on an off stage and we'll heralded as fashion icons in newspapers. Fashion Magazines and film would prove no different different with its bevy of Silverscreen starlets who would capture the admiration of millions of women audience goers all across the country so with the film industry fast on the rise in the early twentieth century. We see the debut of the first film Fan Magazines such as photo play and Motion Picture magazine. And both of these magazines presented actresses as this fashion trendsetters. And you WANNA go down a rabbit hole. You can go to media history project dot org forward slash fan magazines because they have a huge archive five of keyword searchable magazines on there. So have a blast so far but it will it will take up an entire afternoon. Photo play even had a regular column dedicated to fashion which often featured full-body photographs of actresses so as to best display their entire gowns printed in black can white though. These photographs were accompanied by text. That really detailed the gowns color and fabric for the enquiring reader actress Norma talmadge was featured so often in the fashion section in a photo play that she was even named fashion editor for a short time in nineteen twenty by emphasizing the dress and appearance of these early film stars. These he's magazines played a pivotal role in establishing film actresses as fashion icons. But you may be wondering who was dressing them today. We're all accustomed to the important role the costume designer and Costume Department and Film and Television Production. Obviously what would Miss Marvelous. Mrs Mazel be without Donna and her talented team of assistance. Cutters fitters Taylor shoppers. dyers agers the list. There are a lot the people helping out on those productions. Let's just say Oh. Yeah but actually in the earliest days of cinema. There was no such thing as a costume designer and thus no costume department dedicated educating to produce in costumes for a specific movie so according to costume designer and historian Deborah Landis in her book dressed century of Hollywood costume design. She's actually written quite extensively on the history of Hollywood design. So you're going to hear her name. Come up quite a bit so according to Deborah Producer Adolph Zuqar and director. D W Griffith were among the first to recognize the importance of and need for the professional costume designer. And this was in the nineteen ten's but we still do not see standardization cassation of the costume designer and department until the nineteen twenties so prior to this actors and actresses were largely expected to provide their own wardrobes for contemporary foams. With many I mean those who could actually afford it. I suppose many of these people work directly with their favorite fashion designers to create their specific onscreen. Looks for instance. Paul Poiret as you all know who we adore and love. He designed the period costumes for acclaimed actress. Sarah Bernhardt in the nineteen twelve French film. The loves of Queen Queen Elizabeth. It does not surprise us at all. That far was among the very first fashion designers to embrace the new medium of film as a way to extend. His influence is an advertise his brand although he would never admit it. Of course big neither would contemporary lady Lucille Duff Gordon. Who designed the gallons for the leading ladies for over twenty films between Nineteen Fourteen and nineteen twenty two starting with the perils of Pauline starring? Pearl White I love that AH film And in April nineteen eighteen vote dedicated to page spread to Lucille designs for actress Clara Campbell Young and the Nineteen nineteen eighteen film. The reason why which was written by Lucille sister the famed novelist turned screenwriter. Eleanor Glynn thanks to there's well known collaborations nations. I mean. Is it any wonder that Motion Picture magazine declared that quote motion picture actresses where the latest modes and they declared this in its September nineteen fourteen issue. The article goes on to say that quote women revel in the style of gown much better in the picture show than she can in the pages of some fashion journal but this brings up a very very interesting point April because we all know how quickly fashion can change and what was in fashion when you're designing and then shooting a film while it might have changed I by the time. The film was released six months to a year later. Case in point Lucille's designs for Clara in the reason why might have been presented by vogue as the latest fashions nineteen eighteen. But I know at least one of those designs came straight from her nineteen seventeen collections. Clair West one of the very first screen credited costume designers address address. This very issue in an interview with women's wear daily in December nineteen nineteen according to her fashionable film costumes reproduced thanks to new fashion forecasting which is fascinating. She goes on to say quote. It is particularly difficult to dress characters for the screen when one considers that the close not only must be up to date but they must be several months head of style and you know by designing for the future Claire and other costume designers designers of this time really consider themselves both costume and fashion desires case in point one month prior women's wear daily had interviewed West about the influence silence of Hollywood on fashion in an article titled Motion Pictures To Create New Fashion Center and at the time West was under a seven year contract with the picture and distribution distrubution company. lasky famous players company. Soon to be known as a name. Some of you may recognize paramount pictures quote as for the role which motion pictures plays plays and fashion resort. In Miss West opinion there is no limit West oversaw the designing and making of costumes for the entire film company. So this is no oh small order and she did this in a three story building devoted entirely to costume production just to give you an idea of the size of this costume. Department West fulltime fulltime team consisted of sixty five women including five flower makers ten designers. Numerous seamstresses to Taylor's staff hairdressers. There's a number of assistance quote in this way said West. We have the ideal conditions under which fashions should be created and created. Is the keyword right here because they were not buying you know off the rat clothing cast for both period and contemporary films. The majority of the clothes seen on the stars in Hollywood films were produced made to measure for them in
Babies, Backgammon, and Turning Hobbies into Businesses with Haylie Duff
"You guys welcome back to mom I'm ILARIA and I'm dropping and today we are talking talking with Hailey guys probably know from growing up and seeing on all sorts of different screens. She's an actress she's a singer. She's a songwriter and fashion. Designer of Little Moon Society which is a super cute kid line It's my favorite thing this week. So if you WANNA check it out you can go to the description of the podcast where we always put our favorite things things and of course a cookbook author. I feel like a lot of people know her because she created the real girl's kitchen And it's just it's an approach to cooking approach to having fun in the kitchen That I think is super accessible especially for that early stage of motherhood. She got two beautiful kids and we get to chat with her and catch check with her on everything from deciding whether she wants to add a third baby to the party to What is picky eaters? Strong women strong tiny women's wrong Hong tiny women was something we all do and And Yeah just how she keeps it real I think she she also. Let's let us in a pulls back the curtain a little bit. I one of her favorite favorite things to do with her free time that I kind of into kicking to. I think you might get into all right guys. How you like that? T- hadn't guys here's I'm Haley Duff. I'm here on MOM brain today. I'm an actress. I'm a cook kids clothing clothing designer and You can follow me at Haley now. One of the things that That inspires me so much about you is that you've you know had this amazing career since you are very young and then you look some time to to have kids and and now you're now you're back And it is something that I think. So many women struggle with Is Can we take time. Do I have the ability to that and then can I almost reinvent myself. A Reenter the workforce afterwards. And am I gonNA take that leap. Am I gonNA lose myself in that process or is it or am I. If I don't do that am I not going. It'd be the mother that I need to be and I'd love to hear your experience and wisdom on it You really brought me rang. True for me I you. You know even the few years before I had a child. I watched Actresses sort of fall into this trap of never really wanting to take that pause in their career to have a family into have children You know there's this pressure sort of always in the back of your mind like this pilot season is going to be. You know you're going to get the show this one or the season's GonNa get picked up again you know there's always something in the back of your mind that says like next next year next year and I've just seen a lot of people fall into that trap and then they wake up and it's sort of like the moments pass Austin by and the fear is that you take the beet and you have a baby and then it's impossible to sort of step back into your career but for me. The fear was more intense to not have a family. I always saw myself as a mother and saw myself with kids. And I hope that that would be what I would get to do on day. And so Ryan had come as a surprise for us and it was sort of worked out perfectly for me because I was not really ready. Take that step in that. Be But I was forced to and it was the best thing on earth that happened to me And I ended of working through my whole pregnancy and right after I had her and nothing really slowed down If anything I felt like I worked more and more opportunities brought ought to mean. Oh there's a expression within like Italian families that when babies are born they show up with bags of golden coins. And I really feel that I see that in. So how many of my friends families and things like that baby's just bring so much opportunity like happiness and wealth to a family and I don't mean financial wealth. I mean like within your Hardt. Yeah so for me with my second child. That was really when I decided to take the beet from working and just be home with her and really enjoy and being a mom for a little bit. You know. I didn't really stop so much with Ryan and I'm happy I did because like knock on wood. That's my last baby. You know so I got soak it in. I think I'm done and I really had to soak it in and like be there with her and and savor those like sweet little baby moments and and you know in that time. I started a clothing line with my friend Jessica and I thought it was going to be a hobby and it's turned into like a real business and you know so it's like everything was sort of waiting for for me when I was ready to go back and I think the university takes care of you in that way. What gave you the courage slash the insanity? Start Your own business while you were with a newborn what was what's going on in your head and what's it been like honestly I don't I don't know you know Jessica. I've been friends since we were sixteen. We both got reckless driving tickets. We met at traffic. School will really sums up our relationship. It really does. She had knowledge of the apparel industry had had a clothing brand before four. And so I think I wasn't scared of going into a different industry because I had someone that had my back that really knew what she was doing and So for me I felt like I got to go and just be really creative. And she had the knowledge and experience to really execute for press really well and You know she still does that every single day for us and I think neither one of us really thought it was gonna be what it was. We thought Oh we'll do this while we like little little capsule collection while we have little ones and then you know that'll be that and here we are so. Do you feel like so so you and your sister grew up together and your relationship. Obviously I think this is my sister's anyway. I'm the oldest of four. We have three girls and a boy. you know that your your where do you fall in there. I'm I am the oldest actually are you. You're yeah no it's It's definitely still have that with like even within my group of friends I feel like I somehow always ended up being the the mother hen. Because that's just sort of the dynamic that I've always had with the first girls in my life with my sisters but I'm always really curious how you know the daughters of my own how I pull and Cherry pick from our relationships in the way that we grew up together in the we developed together and try to give that to my daughter's now and you have two girls now it's a must that you know just the parallels must be Plentiful how are you. Do you think about your childhood when you raise your girls do you. I mean I I assume you in and Hillary have a great relationship. Do you try to give that to your girls as well. It's it's always abuse. Sisterhood is such an interesting complex but but really hopefully fruitful fruitful relationship. Yeah it's you know I feel like I spent a lot of time thinking about how we grew up because especially as we're sort of leaving that baby stage and and you get into the more I don't feel like more like real years. I know every year as a real year. But they're really like you know my daughter Ryan especially as almost five like she doesn't miss anything she notices everything going on every dynamic in our household she really like takes everything in and So I feel myself really thinking about my childhood and how you know Hillary and I grew up and how my mom and I did certain my mom did certain things with us. My my dad did certain things with us and so I spent a lot of time thinking about those things as I raise my two little girls that things that I felt like really important that they did did with us the things that I forgot that they did with us. My Mom's reminds me sometimes like what well one thing. One thing we've really you've been working on recently has been family dinner and I didn't really realize that we didn't do it very often and I was talking about it all the time like. Oh we do family dinner. We do family dinner but I was like. Actually we don't we actually really don't Because Matt's dot home from work normally because Lulu so little still. She's in bed by six or six thirty right and so we do family dinner. But it's like me and Ryan and Liu and then Matt's home by the Time Ryan's about to go to bed but it's really kind of misses that dinner with Lulu while it felt like we were doing family dinner. We kind of weren't and so so that's been a big emphasis for us. Recently has been on weekends to really like sit down and make sure that the four of us are like focusing on each other and the phones are not there and the television's not on and you know because my mom was like Haley. We did this every night. I was like making dinner and we sat down as a family But as I spent spend a lot of time thinking about it those memories are really more as I was older. You know it was like I was in a little baby. When that was happening? My Dad was at work still. I was in bed by the time he was home. So I think those are sort of like The things that you try to look back on your child and say these are the things were important to me that I wanNa make sure I mimic you. You know for