35 Burst results for "Elaine"

BC-US--Capitol Riot-Trump ReferralTrump referral: What laws the Jan. 6 panel says were broken

AP News Radio

01:16 min | Last month

BC-US--Capitol Riot-Trump ReferralTrump referral: What laws the Jan. 6 panel says were broken

"The house January 6th committee is urging the Justice Department to prosecute Donald Trump for four crimes, including inciting or aiding insurrection. It's the panel's bid to hold Trump accountable for the capital right itself. Not just for his actions leading up to it, but his inactions as it happened. President Trump lit the flame. He poured gasoline on the fire and sat by in The White House dining room for hours watching the fire burn. Despite panel member Elaine luria's attempts to blame Trump for inciting the insurrection, legal experts have questioned whether he could be successfully prosecuted for it. The statute bars anyone convicted of the crime from holding office again. No man who would behave that way at that moment in time can ever serve in any position of authority. Panel vice chair Liz Cheney says Trump is unfit to serve. He says with the panel doesn't get is, the more it comes after him, the more people who love freedom rally around him, saying in a statement, what doesn't kill me makes me stronger. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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God Is Order. Godlessness Is Disorder

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:29 min | Last month

God Is Order. Godlessness Is Disorder

"Continue on that, I have a personal note, a sad note. I learned last night that it truly beloved relative of mine. The wife of my first cousin doctor shallow mailer in New Jersey. Drowned off in a bay, which is very strange. Because she swims so well. And she's so fit. But she just disappeared from the group. They swam ahead and it's a shock, Elaine mailer. Was as close to a saint as I have known in my life. Let me put it to you that way. I spoke to my cousin this morning whom I dearly love. And you know what he told me it's interesting. And I feel self conscious saying this, but it's worth overcome it. So he's an orthodox Jew, she's an orthodox Jew. Said I just read again what you wrote about the afterlife in genesis. In your commentary, I can't tell you how much it helped. I have known since high school that that is the ultimate question. That life is a total farce. If there is no God and no afterlife, it's a farce.

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Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Trump for testimony on Capitol attack

AP News Radio

01:08 min | 4 months ago

Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Trump for testimony on Capitol attack

"The house January 6th panel has taken an extraordinary step in its final public hearing before next month's elections We must seek the testimony under oath of January 6th central player Vice chair Liz Cheney and the panel voted unanimously to subpoena Donald Trump He is required to answer for his actions Chair Benny Thompson acknowledges it's a serious action which is why the panel voted in public It came at the end of a hearing featuring vivid previously unseen video Can you get the Maryland National Guard to come to Senate chief Chuck Schumer and other top lawmakers calling for help during the riot There was also information about what tipsters told the Secret Service about extremist groups coming to Washington Their plan is to literally kill people Adam Schiff says the agency and the president knew there would be violence all the while Elaine luria says Trump kept up his big lie His intent was to deceive To stay in power by any means directly leading to the assault Sagar Meghani Washington

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Another Week Another Trump Racial Slur With The Rude Pundit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Another Week Another Trump Racial Slur With The Rude Pundit

"Tweeted, ask every single Republican if they're okay with Trump making a racist joke of Elaine Chao's name. Get them on the record. I just, I know it's just another weekend, another slur, another death threat, basically, against Mitch McConnell, right? Yeah, yeah. I mean, you know, let's be fair here and say, you know, it couldn't happen to a nicer guy. But it is shocking to me that, you know, that nobody wants to condemn what he said about Elaine Chao. And it's also funny that how many people on the right have tweeted at me like, you know, it wasn't racist. What was racist about calling her coco chow? He just misspelled her name. You know, coco, what do you mean that's racist? It's China loving wife. That's her politics. It's her politics.

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Biden signs bill to avert government shutdown, aid Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Biden signs bill to avert government shutdown, aid Ukraine

"President Biden signed into law a bill that finances the federal government through mid December House speaker Nancy Pelosi says this bill has money for some top priorities $12.3 billion For the fight for democracy in Ukraine four and a half $1 billion for disaster received But Republicans like Oklahoma's Tom Cole complained there were no bipartisan negotiations and didn't reflect their priorities We know we have a crisis on the southern border You can turn on the television and see it every night You can look at the fentanyl pouring into the country You can see the tragedy of human trafficking Is there anything in this bill that asks us to do anything different Anything new On his social media platform former president Donald Trump responded to the bill's passage saying Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell has a death wish Trump also had a racist message for McConnell's wife former Trump transportation secretary Elaine Chao Ed Donahue Washington

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Details Released for the Battleground Talkers Tour This Fall

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Details Released for the Battleground Talkers Tour This Fall

"I just found out some information. I got my schedule last night about our battleground talkers tour. We have the press release posted at Mike online dot com. If you want to read about it, because beginning Sunday, October 16th, we're going to start out in Tampa, I'm going to be on stage with doctor Sebastian gorka Brandon Tatum. I'm sure the great Bill Buckley will be here. We're going to have some great captain Matt. The bride and glazer family JCC in Tampa, that Sunday, October 16th, we're kicking off the battleground talker's tour. If you don't know about these tours, we do this every big election cycle, a bunch of us get on a plane and we go from city to city and we host rallies. Call it whatever you want. Get out the vote rallies, motivate the base when people over, the persuasion tour. We call it the battleground talkers tour. And it's a terrific event. It's going to be sponsored this year by Todd sailor's wired differently and by job creators network, the great Alfredo Ortiz and Elaine Parker. And I think Todd and Alfredo are going to be with us on the plane. Sunday, October 16th at I don't have the times on this, unfortunately, but I know everything except the time. We left, we will have to figure that out, but I think it's in the afternoon. Sunday afternoon, October 16th in Tampa, then we go to Orlando, will be at the faith assembly church, beautiful facility and a great church in Orlando, Dennis prager, Sebastian gorka, and I will be on stage. Then we go off to Atlanta at the Cobb energy performing arts center. That's going to be Tuesday, October 18th, Gallagher, gorka prager, then we fly to Philly, the great Chris de Gaulle will be on stage with us at the

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Columbia RIver's salmon at core of ancient religion

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Columbia RIver's salmon at core of ancient religion

"Population growth and climate change are not only impacting the Columbia river but a way of life for some native tribes I'm Norman hall The Columbia river has sustained indigenous people for millennia through the harvesting of salmon and plants but that's threatened by dams climate change and population growth As river people you know we see what's happening Elaine Harvey is a biologist for the acclimation activist Patricia whitefoot considers the Columbia and its surrounding sacred We have to remember that as human beings we weren't the first ones here Warming temperatures linked to climate change for major hydroelectric dams and industrial pollution the salmon are in danger the increasingly warm waters becoming contaminated and that's a tribal leader puts resources and their way of life at risk I Norman hall

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Pelosi to March Democrats Off Cliff With Inflation Bill Vote

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:05 min | 6 months ago

Pelosi to March Democrats Off Cliff With Inflation Bill Vote

"If we go back and again, you're a PhD. So you may not know much about the Declaration of Independence. But in the Declaration of Independence, there's the glorious language we know, but then Jefferson laid out what is an actual indictment of George the third. One of the particulars is they have sent out armies of officials to eat up our wealth. And that I just think 87,000 IRS agent. So your friends who are Democrats. And I know you've got some friends who are Democrat. I was talking to one last night. My college roommate, a longtime democratic friend saying, you know, Democrats are bent on self destruct, Elaine luria can not win reelection. Having cut the defense budget by inflation alone and having 87,000 IRS agents, she got a vote for that this week. Every Democrat in a tough district is being forced to vote on the IRS expansion act. Will any of them defect well because they did this for Henry waxman ten years ago. They voted for his idiotic climate bill then and now they're going to vote for climate bill that helps people in our income bracket by EVs. Do you think they're actually going to do that 9 weeks before an election? Pelosi seems to be marching them off the cliff right now. And even the New York Democrats and the other salt state Democrats who drew a line in the sand and said, we're not going to vote. Would you explain that? Again, we got steelers fans listening and they're not on peyote. So you could explain salt. Salt states. The state and local income tax state and local tax deduction, something we capped or effectively got rid of depending on what state you live in in the tax cuts and job with the intent of stopping the subsidization of high tax progressive states. Obviously all the members from high tax progressive states objected to that. And so they said, well, we want to eliminate that provision, go back to the status quo pre-tax cuts and jobs act. But even the moderate members who drew that line in the sand have now caved a speaker Pelosi. So with the possible exception of maybe Jared golden, I think she's going to have all her members vote for this. Come Friday,

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Elaine Parker: Explaining the 'Rock the Woke' Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 6 months ago

Elaine Parker: Explaining the 'Rock the Woke' Campaign

"I saw the billboard. You keep putting these billboards up in Times Square. You talk about going right into the belly of the beast. I love, I love rock the woke dot com where you're standing up to the woke lunatics who are trying to infiltrate corporate America. Tell us about the billboard campaign and bring this up to date on this fabulous rock the woke campaign, the job creators network has embarked upon. Well, if you remember, rock the book kind of came out of our shareholder initiative called border re initiative. And that was rock the wook was kind of a parody of the old MTV rock the vote if you remember it. And it just is an opportunity for us to shame these corporations publicly. And give the public a platform to shame them as well. And it's just really kicking the crap out of these corporations that continue to step into the cultural wars. Instead of focusing on what their missions are, you know, whether it's to preserve shareholder value for their shareholders or to be profitable and create jobs for their employees so that they have stable employment. That's the mission of these companies. It's not to step into these cultural awards. And try to shift public opinion and to the liberal views in this country.

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Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

"Glen, you just tweeted when the J 6 committee revelations about Donald Trump's crimes. It's time for the DoJ to indict Trump and his co-conspirators. I was saying at the top of the show being out with chairman Schiff last night, we were saying that I understand he Liz Cheney, Elaine Laurie, others, putting public pressure on DoJ. I think that's fine. And I know you're of the impatient crew like I am, but I'm just curious, you know, because other people point to, you know, whether it's the eastman, the Clark raids, as you just said, the Bannon indictment to say that the Justice Department is working. Where do you come down on this in terms of, I mean, are you saying when you say now you really feel like Trump should be being indicted now? Yeah, I think a Trump indictment is long overdue. I try to exercise patients because I appreciate you need to build the strongest case possible against a former president and his co-conspirators. But you know, I just did a piece for MSNBC daily and I said, look, at some point, it's great that you're involved in covert investigations, grand jury investigations, which are secret by law. You're doing things behind closed doors, but Steph, there comes a time when we have to see overt public law enforcement action, like when we have witness tampering, those people need to be arrested promptly and publicly one to neutralize that threat and to send the message of deterrence to others. The problem is, no one on team Trump is being deterred. Why? Because there's no overt public law enforcement action. That I fault the Department of Justice war. They need to start doing that now. I don't care if we don't see a Trump conspiracy indictment tomorrow. We need to see some of these people who are tampering with witnesses and destroying evidence. We need to see them arrested now, and then you build on that.

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Jan. 6: Trump spurned aides' pleas to call off Capitol mob

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Jan. 6: Trump spurned aides' pleas to call off Capitol mob

"The house January 6 panel has ended its summer of hearings detailing Donald Trump's failures to concede his election loss and to call off capitol rioters Panel member Elaine luria says when Trump returned to the Oval Office after whipping up backers at a rally he was quickly told about the riot Within 15 minutes Yet for 187 minutes luria and Adam kinzinger said the president simply watched the violence on TV He chose not to act Instead White House aide Sarah Matthews who quit on the spot said in a prime time hearing the president poured gas on the fire with a tweet calling vice president Pence a coward for not going along with his false stolen election claims It was essentially him giving the green light to these people The president eventually told backers to go home The next day in a previously unaired outtake of a speech to the nation This election is now over Congress has certified the results I don't want to say the elections over Sagar Meghani Washington

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Panel: Hearing to show Trump's Jan. 6 'dereliction of duty'

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Panel: Hearing to show Trump's Jan. 6 'dereliction of duty'

"The House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection is holding a prime time hearing Thursday I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest a prime time hearing Thursday will offer the most compelling evidence yet of then president Donald Trump's dereliction of duty on the day of the January 6th insurrection That's according to the House committee investigating last year's attack GOP representative Adam kinzinger says the hearing is going to open people's eyes in a big way in showing how Trump did nothing as a mob stormed the capitol Another panel member democratic representative Elaine luria says fresh witnesses will add a lot of value and information to the probe Thursday's hearing may be the last but the committee's investigation will continue I'm Lisa

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Elaine Parker: How You Can Join the 'Rock the Woke' Movement

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 8 months ago

Elaine Parker: How You Can Join the 'Rock the Woke' Movement

"Rock the woke dot com is a great way for all of our listeners to get engaged in fighting back against this woke garbage. Well, you know, last year, we actually took on the woke, the wokeness last year with Major League Baseball when they pulled that All-Star Game out of Atlanta over all the lies being told about that voting law that was passed in the state, which, by the way, turned out to they had record numbers and voters. There was nobody being kept from voting. So that's a lot of voter suppression now going on in Georgia, huh? Exactly, exactly. So we stepped into that last year because we just couldn't stand what was happening. Not only to Americans, but to our small businesses and how they were hurt so much. And so we launched rock the woke last week. You were listeners can go to rock the woke dot com, and they can take the no mouse in my house pledge. And that's because we want to send a message to Disney that they need to focus on what their mission is. And that's entertaining children. Not stepping into the social wars that are cultural wars that are going on. But this is a cultural battle. This is a cultural war that we've stepped in. And we think Disney is the first company that should get the message that they need to focus on their mission and focus on providing the service that they set out to do and not hurt the value of their company. I mean, the value of their company has gone down some 30% since they stepped into this issue with the state of Florida and the parental rights act that was passed by governor desantis.

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Elaine Parker: Americans Can't Afford a $60,000 EV Overnight

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 8 months ago

Elaine Parker: Americans Can't Afford a $60,000 EV Overnight

"And I keep thinking about entrepreneurs. I think about you guys a lot because you have your finger on the pulse of America's entrepreneurs, small business owners, like nobody else does. And I can't believe when a Democrat lawmaker stands up last week and says, well, I've got my electric car and I just drove right by the gas pumps. I don't have to worry about it because I've got a nice big expensive electric vehicle. Did these people have, are they just tone deaf or are they completely oblivious to how this is breaking the back of the small business owners and the entrepreneurs in America? Well, and do any of us really believe she drove from Michigan to Washington, D.C.. I mean, not a million years. How many times she had to charge up? Exactly. I mean, look, unfortunately, you know, not everybody can afford to run out when gas is going up and buy a 60 or $70,000 electric car. It's just not possible. And while we all want to have more sustainability and have a better environment, I mean, we all think in that direction. But you can't do it overnight. And I just think that there is somehow a little bit of what they call Schwarzenegger. They're a little bit happy that this is happening because they see it as moving us quicker to what they want to their whole green plan. And the reality is it's really hurting the people that they purport to protect the most and stand up for the most. They're hurting the people at the lowest end of the income spectrum doesn't hurt millionaires and billionaires. Everyday ordinary Americans.

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Elaine Parker: Americans Don't Need the Jan. 6 Committee Hearings

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 8 months ago

Elaine Parker: Americans Don't Need the Jan. 6 Committee Hearings

"My gosh, inflation, 40 year high gas $5 a gallon. In the history of America, we've never had the national average of gas at $5 a gallon. No wonder the Democrats hope will be distracted by January 6th hearings. Absolutely, Mike, thanks for having me. And that's what we were saying last week when this hearing was coming up, this televised circus because it's everything that the American people didn't want to hear. What they want to hear is how is this administration going to solve the inflation problem? How is this administration going to solve the supply chain crisis? How are they going to solve high gas prices? And the reality is all of this is smoke and mirrors because they don't have a plan. They don't have a plan to solve any of these problems. And it's very clear because we even heard Janet Yellen in her hearings last week, admit that she was wrong. She was wrong about inflation. So we finally hear them admit what job creators network has been saying for well over a year about inflation. It's not transitory. It's not only here to stay, but it's increasing on us. And instead of the administration bringing in a group of experts to solve all these very important problems for the American people, they're bringing in a group of communicators to message better to the American people and spin all of this bad news so that somehow we believe that things are going well and that the economic policies of this administration are actually helping the American people. And I just don't think the American people are that dumb. Unfortunately, our administration does, but I don't.

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Capitol riot hearings opening, focused on extremists, Trump

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 8 months ago

Capitol riot hearings opening, focused on extremists, Trump

"After nearly a year of investigating the capitol riot and what came before it a house panel is ready to reveal its findings One member calls it a harrowing story of president Trump refusing to concede defeat leading to a deadly attack that Democrats say put democracy itself at risk President Biden says there are lots of questions about who is responsible and involved A lot of Americans are going to be seen for the first time some of the detail Panel member Elaine luria says when they find out The hair on the back of your neck should stand up The prime time hearing will feature live testimony never seen audio and video and accounts from Trump aides and relatives But the series of hearings may not change any minds so that deeply divided America were number three House Republican Elise Stefanik says Democrats are trying to shift the focus from high gas and food prices A desperate partisan distraction a circus and a smear campaign against Trump and his backers Sagar Meghani Washington

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Jan. 6 Capitol attack committee goes prime time with probe

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Jan. 6 Capitol attack committee goes prime time with probe

"The nation will start getting a look tonight at the results of a yearlong probe of the capitol riot and what came before In a prime time hearing the house panel investigating the attack will lay out what happened during the insurrection itself and also the chilling backstory of Donald Trump's bid to overturn his 2020 election loss committee member Elaine loria says the detail should make the hair on the back of your neck stand up When you hear and understand the wide reaching conspiracy and the effort to try to corrupt every lever and agency of government involved in this The hearing will open with testimony from the first officer pummeled in the riot and a committee aide says it will also feature unreleased audio and video including accounts from Trump aides and family members Republicans like Indiana's Jim banks say it's all a diversionary spectacle Americans would rather hear about inflation and border security They're tired of the theatrics Sagar Meghani Washington

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What to expect during the House Jan. 6 committee's public hearings

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

What to expect during the House Jan. 6 committee's public hearings

"The house panel investigating last year's capitol riot is ready to go public with its findings starting with a prime time hearing tonight Pete Aguilar says the committee's interviewed more than a thousand people who reviewed more than 140,000 documents We're ready to tell the story Fellow member Elaine luria says it's a chilling story about a conspiracy to corrupt the entire government The hair on the back of your neck should stand up The panels promising new and explosive information over a series of hearings though it's unclear what that will entail Republicans like Elise Stefanik are dismissing the entire probe as illegitimate It is a smear campaign Against Donald Trump and his backers house GOP leader Kevin McCarthy calls it a diversion What I wish they would really have a prime

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"elaine" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

03:02 min | 11 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Unladylike

"Love is a better hey y'all and welcome to the unladylike pep talks album. I'm Kristen. I'm Caroline. Pep talks are picked me up for when patriarchy gets you down, starring some of our favorite most inspirational, hilarious, and brilliant unlady. Today, former teen Vogue editor in chief and current project runway judge and now author, Elaine welteroth is here to give us a pep talk on being first only different or FOD. So FOD was first coined by Shonda Rhimes in her memoir year of yes and shonda wrote when you are an FOD. You are saddled with the burden of extra responsibility whether you want it or not. This wasn't just my shot. It was hours. Yeah, so Caroline won a lane became editor in chief of teen Vogue, the magazine's popularity really skyrocketed and so did Elaine's fame. She found herself at fashion shows, being invited to speak at feminist events and gaining hundreds of thousands of insta followers. But behind closed doors, she found that being the only black woman in the room and the youngest boss in the office was really hard. She didn't have a trailblazer she could lean on or a mentor who'd been in her position before. So she had to make her own way. Plus, she was doing all of this while knowing that doing a good job, it's not just like for her point of pride. She was also paving the way for future folks like her. You know, no pressure, right? Well, and even if you aren't feeling like weighed down with Elaine welteroth level pressure, if you have ever experienced self doubt and impostor syndrome, just feeling like you are so burned out, but you don't know how to stop. This pep talk is here for you and laten sees you. She hears you, Caroline. I needed this pep talk so much. I didn't even know that I needed it. Oh, and I listened to it. Well, it's comforting to hear someone just reassure you that who you are is okay. And chances are, the things that might make you weird or different or unique or just strange to other people are actually what can help you go further. They can bring a new perspective to stale conversations. And not only are you just okay, according to the title of Elaine's new book, you are more than.

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"elaine" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Those are your regular questions. I do have a bonus for you for two points when Elaine reveals her IQ in the cafe. What does she say it is? One 31, one 41, one 51 or one 61. Multiple choice, bonus question for you. What is Elaine's IQ one 31, one 41 one 51 or one 61. Those are all of your questions for Elaine from Seinfeld trivia. We'll be back with the answers after yotta yada yada. We are back with the answers to Elaine from Seinfeld trivia let's see how you did on this short quiz. Number one Elaine worked at a company called pendant, what did they do? Publishing pendant publishing with mister littmann. Number two, what gift does Elaine give Tim watley played by Bryan Cranston, which he re gifts that is a label maker, a label maker. Number three, how much does Elaine have to pay when she loses the contest in the contest? She puts up one 50. All the guys put up a hundred, they make her put up one 50, because they say it's easier for her to participate in the contest, so to speak. Number four, what does what is the name of the guy Elaine dates more than anybody else in the series that's putty, David putty. Number 5, when Elaine doesn't tip the bag weight the airport, he sends her suitcase where Hawaii, Hawaii, she was not going there. Number 6 Elaine takes a crack at writing a cartoon for The New Yorker, but inadvertently steals an idea from what other comic that is Ziggy. She steals a Ziggy. The complaints department. Number 7 Elaine fights with Jerry's girlfriend Jane over something in the bathroom. What is it? Toilet paper, toilet paper, she says she can't spare a square. Number 8, what does Elaine have to give Kramer when he cracks her neck and fixes her pain temporarily? He gets her bike. It's a little girl's bike. Number 8. Number 9 in the show a lane and the crew go to India for what kind of event, a wedding, a wedding. And number ten, what item of George's does Elaine throw out of a window, he's to pay. She says I never liked this thing. And this is what I'm doing with it. Something like that. And the bonus for two points when Elaine reveals her IQ, she says it's one 51 one 5 one. And there you have it. Some fun knowledge from the show Seinfeld all based around Julia Louis-Dreyfus character of Elaine, one of my all time favorite characters and fun fact about Julia Louis-Dreyfus, she has won the Emmy for best actress in a comedy three times for Seinfeld, new adventures of old Christine and veep. She may have won it more than three times. I meant to say she won it for three different shows, which is pretty unheard of in the Emmy world. So great job there to Julia Louis-Dreyfus always making the best shows. We have a fact of the day for you. The fact is that Arizona's sonoran desert is the only place on earth where the iconic saguaro cactus grows. The Arizona sonoran desert is the only place on earth where the iconic saguaro cactus grows. If you didn't know that, now you know. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. We'll see you next time for more trivia with buds. Cheers..

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"elaine" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"What it be and welcome to another episode of the trivia with bud's podcast, I'm your host Ryan budds, thanks for checking out the show, thanks for leaving iTunes reviews and thanks for helping me spread the word with your mouth or with your messages or with your sharing posts online that is very, very cool of you and I really appreciate it. Today's episode is all about Elaine from Seinfeld Seinfeld. One of my favorite shows of all time, just watching some curb your enthusiasm lately. I think I mentioned the other day on the show, not a huge fan of the newest season, but just finished season 7, the Seinfeld reunion season of curb. And it's very great. I love everything about it. And Julia Louis-Dreyfus who played Elaine Seinfeld was on that season, of course, with the Seinfeld reunion, and there's a great scene where a number of scenes where someone has left a ring stain like from a wet drink on a nice wooden coffee table of Julia's and she's accusing Larry of doing it, and then Larry's trying to figure out who did it. So he keeps asking them if they respect wood. So if you have not seen that season in particular curb, it's one of the all time best. We're gonna jump to those questions in just a second. Here's a few warm up questions from the weakest link board game from 2001. Number one and what decade did the TV show American bandstand originally premiere when did American band come out? That was the. 1950s, 1950s. Here's another question what ballroom dance performed in three quarter time is named for the German word meaning to revolve. The answer is waltz, the waltz. And which of the 5 Great Lakes lies entirely within U.S. territory, your answer there is Lake Michigan. All right, three random questions, we're all warmed up. We're ready to dive into some Elaine from Seinfeld trivia, ten questions on that topic right now. And this one is for my friend Dan papalo, who would like to hear episodes devoted to each of the four main Seinfeld characters. Thank you, Dan for your support on Patreon and be like, Dan, go to Patreon dot com slash trivia with bud see what it's going on over there. A lot of cool rewards and things you can get for supporting the show monthly. Here we go. It's Elaine from Seinfeld trivia question number one, Elaine worked at a company called pendant, what did they do?.

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"elaine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Elaine Can you believe how bad things have gotten so quickly for the bite administration and you guys, a job Creators Network have been sounding the alarm for a long time. Sadly, it looks like the chickens have come home to roost. Mike. We've been talking about the Vita administration's war on small business this entire year, frankly, and that is because we've watched small business suffer so tremendously. Under this pandemic, and with shutdowns and lockdowns across the country and small businesses being told that they weren't essential enough to stay open and now coming out of this pandemic. Um you know, we've got the vitamin ist Ray Shin and President Biden himself breaking one of his campaign promises not to raise taxes on small businesses. Well. In fact, his tax plan includes very large tax increases on small businesses. There's a million small businesses that are structured as corporations. They'll face a 33% tax increase. He's threatening to increase the top marginal tax rate to 39.6%. That's going to affect almost another nearly million small businesses. And so that's almost two million small businesses that are going to see tax increases and that doesn't even include the doubling of the capital gains tax, which You know, Frankly, we would call a success tax because it prevents you from even passing your success down to your errors without them being here with huge tax liabilities. It's so unfair when I consider the way small business owners were just hammered during the pandemic and all of the things that the businesses that are never coming back. You know, I live part time in New York and I see go up, walk up and down the streets of Manhattan businesses that are never coming back. They're gone for good. Place. I got my haircut. You got a big sign in the window. We wanted to come back. We just couldn't do it. And yet these are this is frankly a result of a whole lot of broken promises from the Biden administration. Let's let's just talk for a moment about that broken promise about raising taxes. Um, business owners. I hear from them every day, you guys to our as well. Where, where we just feel deceived. The country feels deceived by a promise not to continue to hurt small business owners, Elaine, it feels like there's a degree of cruelty. Behind the Biden agenda and the administration's efforts. Well, it's just it's so divisive. I mean, small businesses are the driving force in this economy, you know, under under the Trump Administration, we have the tax cuts and Jobs Act, so we had tax cuts under Trump. Under Biden. We're getting pay cuts. We're seeing record inflation that we haven't seen since 2000 and eight but wages aren't keeping up. You know. Inflation came in at 5.4 last month. And the wage growth last month was only 4%. So, so that's a pay cut for everyday Americans. And while the administration tries to claim its transitory or temporary, whatever you want to call it Everyday Americans are feeling it and and they're feeling it because the cost of gas is up 50% milk, bread and eggs When you go grocery shopping, I mean, I walk out of there and spend out of the grocery store and spend $150. I've got three bags and I think what exactly did I buy? Every family was having that a ha moment at the grocery store right now. Well, I hope everybody listening right now has an aha moment about job creators Network. You guys are so important and crucial to trying to to to provide clarity. Um, uh, to do this ailing country Right now, I'm going to be thrilled to be on stage for the bring small businesses back tour. Big event. Tampa Bay Thursday, September 23rd at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay. Wow, What a lineup. I mean, as if I'm not enough for that room full of people. We've got scheduled Larry Elder who? I I don't know if he'll be governor, Elder by then or not. We're praying for him. Governor Rhonda Santa's The actual governor of Florida. Going to be on stage is going to be a big night. This is the kind of stuff you guys do. And I know Elaine how much you and Alfredo Ortiz and the and the gang of Job creators Network Love Implementing this Bring small businesses back tour throughout America. We're very excited. I can't wait to see you in Tampa, Mike. I think it's going to be a great great event. Um, but for anybody around the country's interested we are launching a national bus tour. This is one of our stops in Tampa. And they can go to our website and job creators Network calm under events tab and they can see if we're coming to a city near them and please come out and join us. I want everybody to join Job Creators Network. You need to support this organization, and they're always looking for people to be a part of this army of advocates for small businesses in America. I love this organization job Creators network com and, incidentally, if you're going to be in the Tampa Bay, Erin, you want to be a part of this discussion featuring govern Iran to.

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"elaine" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Please consider downloading the app and being a part of the solution. This report is provided by the stories of the unsolved dot com where you can find a repository of many unsolved missing persons cases. All at your fingertips. This is where we gather our case information for the podcasts. And we can't thank them enough for allowing us to bring the information to you listeners. You can download the app and episode at owl dash once was lost dot com and read about this and all the other missing persons cases at stories of the unsolved dot com. Please also remember that we need the simple step of hitting the five star review which helps us to being found in the apple algorithms. It only takes a few seconds and it makes all the difference in the world. We would greatly appreciate it. So this is the disappearance of elaine park. Elaine park was born on september. Twenty fourth nineteen ninety-six growing up in la cursing to california with her mother susan park. She was known for being outgoing and spunky with the large circle of friends while the teenager lane was a cheerleader at her santa valley high school while not at school she was known to indulge in her love for musical theater and dance appearing in many productions and joining various dance companies lane was also an inspiring actress appearing in several minor roles in both tv shows and movies resume includes crazy stupid love. Desperate housewives e. r. and.

"elaine" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"I mean death is part of human experience as we all know but blaming it on somebody only adds guilt on top of grief and it happens all the time the when it's child but in case any loss you know people say why did that happen to him. How does that happen to me. What have i done. What has he done as though we brought it on ourselves. I mean this is a fantasy that is sustained by some of the stories in the revival. And i think it's very unfortunate so i have to write about those two and i'm glad that you do because another way to interpret that in the way that makes most sense to me is that that isn't completely unintentional that is somewhat programmed into the system and reinforced into the system for purposes. That we can only imagine in terms of how religion has how we see. Religion has been used throughout history. But you know. I thought that this this topic related to your question that you ask. Why religion because a lot of people would answer the why religion part and they'd say elaine. This is why we need religion. This is why the community of people coming around and feeling loved and connected guiding through grief and difficult situations to which you say you know. That wasn't really experience that really wasn't it happened but i appreciate. I think you acknowledged. I appreciate that. That that can be a socially important part. But this other part that you're mentioning is so powerful and so important because what it points to undeniably is a certain indoctrination of a certain attitude about how we're supposed to feel about ourselves in these situations and how we're supposed to our role in in the kind of universe in the cosmos really yes and and You know some people people are so different when it comes to these things. I mean some people would find they would say oh. Your faith must have been a great help to you and i had sought..

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"elaine" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. Welcome to skeptic. Oh where we explore. Controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers thinkers and their critics. I'm your host alex karras and today we welcome dr. Elaine pagel skeptical. Thank you very happy to be here. Yes elaine pagel's not only preeminent figure in the academic study of religion and religious history a longtime fixture at princeton university. But truly this kind of crossover figure in terms of cultural influence after many bestselling books major media appearances. I'll pull up a couple of them but you know. Pbs rubbing shoulders with stephen colbert. And that kind of stuff. They shouldn't you held your own really well. You have the drill down. You'd have just plow forward. Don't let any they pull you off. It's great it's hard to do and a little trip to the white house in two thousand fifteen with baraka have hang onto those medals around your neck. You know alex that was the really big surprise and it was very moving. Because i had such admiration for that man And of course..

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"elaine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Elaine Stritch Buster Poindexter kind of evening here at new Standards on W. N. Y C Follies in concert, Elaine and Broadway baby. Buster AK David Johansen for deep in a dream. Louis and Ella cheek to cheek. Heaven. I'm in heaven. And my heart beats so that I can heartless B. I'll I seem to find the happiness plus C When we out together dancing cheek, did she Is heaven. I'm in heaven and the kids that on around me through the we Said, was two vans like Go gamblers like this trick when we out to get love, dancing cheek to Jean. Oh, I'd love to climb to mountain reached the highest peak, but it doesn't thrill me have as much. Does that send cheap to Jake? Oh, Oh, I'd love to go. I'm fishing in a river or a creek. But I don't enjoy it ever as much as dancing cheek to cheek Now, Mama dance with me. I want my arms about you, John. Everybody who were carrying me through. Yes, Heaven. I'm in heaven and my heart beats so that I can hardly lists me. I am not seems to find I've been in rooms I see Henry out together. Ads and cheated cheated. Thank you, Ellis. Here. Heaven I'm in heaven. And my heart beats so that I can hardly speak and I seem to find happiness. I see when we're out to together, dancing cheek to cheek. Hair ever. Uh, men, Hever. And the cares that hung around me through the way seem to vanish like a gambler's Lucky street when we're out together. Dancing cheek to cheek. I loved to problem mountain and to reach the highest B but it dozen through me, I have as much As dancing cheek to tree. Oh, I love to go out fishing in a river or a creek. But I don't enjoy half as much as dancing cheek to cheek. Come on and dance with me. I want my I'm about you. That your mom about you? We'll carry miss through to Hever. Uh, I'm in heaven. I am a heartbeat so that I can hardly speed and I seem to find am happiness ass. I see when we're out together. Dad's and cheese Do cheese stands with me. I walked value that job. Oh, nobody. You will care me We're dead. Do heaven. Everyone I in heaven heaven am I heart did so that I can harvest.

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"elaine" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

Teach Me Something New

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

"Runway. And i was like really really god. This is how it start. A interesting. didn't see this coming. Don't see exactly even now how this leads to the thing i had in my mind which is more of a talk show but you have to be willing to say yes when these opportunities arrive that are absolutely a part of a master plan that is unfolding both with your participation and also kind of it goes beyond you. I do believe that there's a divine low and orchestration to our lives that sometimes we just need to surrender to and sometimes it makes sense in our head but then our bodies kind of no going back to the earlier conversation kind of talking about. How do we know when something is good for us or not good for us. How do we make decisions. I always come back to this. And i know people have their own language for people will say like listen to your heart. Follow your gut. But i'm like what is my heart down like. Yeah my gut is like. I don't really know how to follow my gut. Like what does that really mean exactly so for me. I always say chase your enthusiasm like you know the difference between being excited and dreading something and your body will tell you. If it's one or the other you know and i think it supersedes whatever. Our mind is saying so with my mind map again. I would put all the categories of the spaces. I wanted to be the different projects that wanted to be. A part of and i had some that. Were just sort of like unscripted tv and then like kind of question mark and then as opportunities new start to attract opportunities in these different spaces. And then i think you need a filter for what is for me and what is not for me what serves me and what does not what's going to get me where i'm trying to go. What design i think for me. The filter has been. Does it feel like enthusiasm or does it delayed dread. And if i can get excited about something genuinely the relief enthusiastic about something that i know. It's a hell. Yes but i do. Yes i either do hell. Yell were no cheryl sandberg his adventure of mine always says she's like if it's not a hell yes it's a no and by the way i use that advice for not just like major life decisions but like do i wanna go to dinner with the girls tonight. I think i kind of rack to stay home and watch like netflix. It's enough or sometimes definitely it's a hell. Yes especially there's like a good cocktail but like yeah. I think it's a great thing to use in your everyday life. And i think we as women and i'm being generalists not everybody but like we just do what people expect us to your point before we're just martyrs right especially i'm like i just sir serve serve serve other people serve other people do it. My parents think is great. Do at the world's is great. You know and even when you do get some followers behind you can probably attest to this like you. Want them to be proud of you. Do what seems logical as the next up at sometimes. That's really counterintuitive to how you're feeling inside and covert has been this whole example of things like i went from like being on the today show and good morning america and all this stuff all the time to like becoming a venture capitalist but still running that company and like it just doesn't really seem like the logical path that most people would have expected but it's so true for me where i'm at in my life right now so i appreciate that at children's national hospital. Everything we do is just for kids. Our top ranked specialists are here for kids of all ages from babies. Who need help before they're even born to. Teens and young adults are pediatric experts. Work together to diagnose problems quickly and thoroughly and use treatments designed exclusively for growing children with convenient locations all across the dc metro area. Find a specialist. Today at children's national dot org slash stronger do not great and on this week on the job. Podcast and seeing someone who's basically homeless coming into my office asking me for a job and also let him know that they had a military background was shocking to me. And what can we do about that beyond employment. Listen and subscribe to on the job from express employment professionals on iheartradio apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen elaine. Any other major standout career or life lessons you've learned from the woman around you or the women before you I really do think a lot. About kind of the responsibility that comes with being a first in your family to do something to be in certain rooms and to know that you're representing your family and your ancestors and your community. Like i a lot of empowerment by thinking about that and really visualizing my mom even my grandmother my great grandma there and these women that have worked so hard their whole lives and with my mom able to share some. You know my achievement than what they've offered with her like. I've been able to take my mom to peres and bring her with me on my book launch and we do all these really cool things together but it really makes everything more meaningful when you recognize that you're a part of something beyond say says you are part of something bigger growing up and even during my twenty s i think i was in such forward motion and so relentlessly in pursuit of my drains. You know my singular my dreams. That i didn't have the time or didn't feel it necessary to really look up. Look back contextualized. My klein and put it in this larger context of what it means for my family and my people and but then i think there was a turning point and it came you know around the time i was writing my book. It made me more reflective about who i've come from and how that informs my walk in this world and what i owed him and how they continued to serve me and it's almost like a relationship has been building and being able to have the opportunity to write a book that put me in conversation with my elders asking them questions about their lives to collect stories that i hadn't really heard before gave me a sense of pride in where i come from it who i come from and be able to share that with the world was really special and then a great grandmother passed away and i don't even know while she was alive that i really recognize the significance of having four generations of women from the same lineage. Still on this planet. And how anchoring that is until she was gone so it was really sort of kismet. How.

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"elaine" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

Teach Me Something New

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

"And ray wellness dot echo. That's r. a. e. wellness dot co. I actually just had this workshop at this women's weekend. I did and there was an intuitive there but she was really about like somatic healing which means like being in your body and the mind body connection right like when you get like a lump in your throat or your stomach feels like it has butterflies at or your chest. Your heart feels alive. those are all actually signals. That are going up to your brain but the truth is your body doesn't lie your brain can be like no. I'm not in love or no. I'm not scared right now. But your body's like want like you're literally maybe shedding your pants because you're so scared and your body's like no actually you are but she taught us this really cool thing which was once you sort of. Close your eyes and think about a big decision. That seems really scary for you and feel where that comes up for you and for a lot of people it's like in their stomach and it feels like clenching tightening and then you practice another one which is like think about a moment in the last month that was like just pure joy and love for me. It was like my kids running on the beach and they were like hugging me without me. Asking them to and it was like chest opening and to your point expansion team glean and then she said okay. Now stand up straight and close your eyes in sync about a decision that you wanna make not might be like. Am i in the right job. Should i start a business right now. Should i leave my partner. Whatever it is you have to say it out loud. She says it's important to say it out loud. The as your body has to hear it instead of being get right the mind body connection and she says like naturally if you're standing up straight in you like a really focused on your body's saying it out loud you're gonna either lean forward or lean backwards and your body knows like which way you want to move and there might be times where you stand and you're sort of stock and that's a great opportunity to go and ask more questions or to like sit on this idea and keep coming back to it once a week. Maybe asking the question out loud. Just look these little things where you're feeling your body and the intent that you naturally no inside of you is the right one and i think it's so true because even as i was starting my company britten co i left had been in the super high pay silicon valley scene it was a digital company but it felt like lighter and more like lifestyle oriented. You know focused on creativity and women and all these things than starting a start up in the healthcare space or fintech or something. Like that. And i knew i could make a lot more money if i worked in one of these other kinds of startups and i had good ideas for startups in that space but my heart was naturally exploding thinking about the change. I can help make for women by doing this thing called britten co that. I had an idea about and it was really scary. It was lonely because i didn't have a co founder in this scenario whereas they had a co that wanted to work on like the healthcare startup with me but it just felt right and all of my girlfriends were like brit. Like you are coming alive talking to me about this idea like this is naturally what you wanna do. I was literally leaning in. And so i did it and it was scary and i think that's kind of probably how you felt right when you were transitioning in your career in different moments in time. Is there anything that rings true for you about what. I just sat in terms of when you have to make a big change. Absolutely i start with a big transition of going from college into quote unquote real world. Because i think that's the first time we have to pivot and be self directed about where we're going next and i don't think the world prepares you or those types of transitions but what i discovered. I think we all have discovered. Is that that transition. Don't does happen that one time you will face. These pivotal transitional moments in your life in career in your relationships over and over and over again so being able to tap into the intelligence within the intelligence within your body which is what you're speaking to is critical. It's critical life skill that we do not talk about enough. Listen kardar feminine. Power is being in touch with our body in the intelligence. And i think while i didn't necessarily have that language for it when i was editing collagen going into the real world all of those kinds of spiritual laws which sound kind wou-wou were so practically useful for me one of the things he always they. Don't chase the sexy. I think it's so easy for us to get a little bit. Caught up in like what looks good. What sounds cool. What might look good on instagram or on your resume and let that guide as the then you are extrinsic louis motivated and that runs out quick so to be able to tap into like not what sounds sexy to anybody else but what actually lights you up and makes you as you say. Lean in like whether it's lean in light up. Whatever needs to you that is you tuning into that lifeforce inside you. That leads to the truth. So yeah. I mean i've experienced this sort of tumultuous kind of soul searching moment a number of times that was the first one it gave me the courage to say like listen. I don't know comment to make this big dream come true but i'm gonna put my stake in the ground and say out loud for the first time that i want to work at a big magazine in new york city and i wanna write cover story. I want to interview some of the most interesting people in the freaking world. I think i could be great at that. And i have to stop worrying about whether i sound insane to people. Like one of those crazy dreamers. Who's going to be a failure to launch. And who's gonna end back in my parents house like i'm gonna risk being that person to take the chance on me to be the biggest version of myself that i can possibly be and like i went for it and i think it takes that in order to make dream come true you know. I came from a very small town. People didn't really dream of going to new york city or to pursue these big careers. And so i did feel like. I was sort of on my own in navigating this half and a lot of ways but the things that i learned in those isolating lonely character building moment are the things that have become tools at every turn in my life in career sense so i'm grateful for them and the other thing as we talk about the intelligence within an tapping into our body or the answers that sometimes our mind has us confused about and i think it really does also come back to our ancestors like we carry our ancestors with us whether we recognize it or not and when you do recognize that there's such a power in tapping in to that end says stroll intelligence to remember that you carry the blood of people who have struggled and overcome more than you could ever imagine living through and then for me i will tell you as a black woman. Navigating corporate america in navigating the fashion media landscape. It is extremely difficult. I think women have any background really will relate to this idea of how hard it is to advocate for yourself along the way there is so much out there. There are so many messages externally and at have been internalized that tell us just make it work. Say yes make people comfortable like just work harder than everyone and we can look up and realized that we have overburdened ourselves to the point of burnout and lost sight of really what our purpose is in any space. We step into end so a lot of women find ourselves overworked underpaid undervalued underestimated and we have a hard time for our worth. It sounds again white woo but it became practically useful to me to think about my ancestors that enter the room with me that never had these opportunities in their life. Time that i'm having and that i owe it to nen to use my.

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"elaine" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

Teach Me Something New

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

"I'm so excited for today's show with winning journalists elaine welter. Elaine is the former editor in chief of teen vogue. The best selling author of the memoir more than enough and as spirited t personality. She joins me today for an inspiring conversation on finding your y career pivots and what it means to cultivate a rich life. Welcome elaine. It's been so fun following your career over the last few years. Not to mention your amazing. Kobe wedding on the stoop in brooklyn nearly broke the internet. But before we get into all of that. I wanna rewind and start with the beginning your origin story. What was little elaine like. Oh my goodness. I a thank you so much for having me on. This is first broadcast interview. I think have done a vial literally lane. Oh my gosh. I wish my mom was here with me to give you the true hollywood story from her perspective non disturbing but i feel like one of the that i explored. My book was just this kind of universal trajectory. That i think a lot of us finders. Where when we look back and think about who we were when we were young. It's usually this like really sometimes unrecognisably competent version of ourselves. That over time sort of gets chipped away at and if we're lucky at some point we kind of have this. aha moment. Usually after heartbreak after laws after struggle trying to fit in trying to be somebody who were not because we sort of conditioned to feel like. We're not enough. We're not smart enough not enough. There's all these things that we do. These masks that we wear to try to enough and then some point we realized like row if only i could find a way to go back and reclaim bloomfield unapologetic arts of ourselves. That we exhibited as little kids mad. We'd be like so much happier so much more fulfilled and so in coming up with the title of my book and the through line from my book. I had a lot of conversations with a lot of people about this concept and it was all kind of anchored in this stock that i came across that said young girls peaks at age nine and for me. That was really staggering and it really inspired this quest of having this conversation with all kinds of women and people of all backgrounds in it felt like a universal truth on us. You know so where i started. My book was actually. I think people thought like oh. They're going into my book to get like the true hollywood story behind the time at teen vogue and like you know how teen vogue woken like they thought it was really going to be centered on to be some sort of career. Guidebook or handbook rather. I thought it was really important to start at the beginning to tell not just nice story but to tell the story of where i come from my family. The values that were instilled in my household and then young like stories from my childhood that hopefully would spark memories for other people for the readers for people out there to start like thinking about who they were when they were young and like honoring the inner child and like trying to get back to her or him so anyway. I tell a lot of little stories when i was in fourth grade as one example. I have a chuckled girl. Boss and in fourth grade i was eight total boss like i had a hair salon and my best friend's backyard. We did like hand massages. We did hair. We did nails and like we went around the neighborhood and sold our little business to everybody. And you couldn't tell us nothing. We weren't making any money. You weren't charging we weren't we weren't we weren't making any real hair salon. Oh no i know. I know was nonprofit. It's a nonprofit. Okay okay okay donations. Only exactly exactly. But it's so funny because you look back and you go god. I think it's i mean you tell me. But if you relate to this. But i feel like when you find romance and like when you feel lost or uninspired and you kind of feel like you've lost touch with yourself you're going through life but you're not feeling alive to like the best thing you can do is look back and think about how you played as a child like how you spend your time as a child before there were expectations placed on you to support a family or to pay your rent you know before success or failure were even constructs in your mind like how you spent your time as a child. There's so many clues there to what true meet the fills you and like what you were really put here to do. And be and. I feel like that. Excavation process is so important because it literally like when i think about these stories from my childhood being in the bathtub and like having imaginary interviews with icons lake elizabeth taylor or like oprah i would have full on riveting interviews that were totally imaginary and i look back and i'm like i was always meant to be a journalist. I was always meant to be someone who interviews people who draws out the truth from people. And before i knew there was a job called the journalists. You know what i mean. And so i often you'll like there's these gems that you can unlock in those stories and their little bread crumbs that lead directly from those childhood memories and stories of who you were then directly to who you can be and should be as an adult you know so and i love that you start there. I love that you start with origin story because so often we just kind of skip over all that. And it's just. I really love uncovering the how and the why the highness okay i. I'm just like mind blown by everything he said because literally this week the week of this podcast is coming out. I am hosting this workshop. That's free called the big idea bootcamp. I run this course called self made a ten week. Course helping women start and grow their business and the first thing you have to do in order to start a business is know who you are and what you care about because the reality is a startup is going to be the gnarliest job you've ever had in your whole life you're gonna have to wake up and step through all kinds of shit every day. I mean there's some awesome parts too but it needs to be something you're passionate about and everyone's like but what am i passionate about. I have no idea what i'm passionate about. And we do this exercise in this boot camp where i make them draw a quadrant and i make them go through their child. Self right they have to be like five to twelve and they should make it nine. That's when confidence peaks based on your data. But it's like what did people say you were at. And who did you look up to and why What did you enjoy doing just for fun. When nothing else mattered. And what obstacles did you have to overcome. Because i think that was important too. Because i think for me. It was like my mom had depression. When i was growing up and i didn't have somebody. They're teaching me what to do every day. Because she wasn't really around that much. And i didn't have a woman figure. I could look up to from a confidence perspective so i had to build in my own self confidence in what we know today. I have this company. That's all about rooting. Women and confidence pushing women forward but just like you. The things i like to do for fun. I tivo back in those days like the today. Show and oprah and ellen and everybody. Because i was constantly like i wanna be that. I want to ask questions like that. I literally have an old dock. Like a word doc of like barbara walters questions from.

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"elaine" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Well you mentioned why and you have done so much in this world. So Elaine, what is your why? Gotcha. Yeah. All right. Yeah, I truly truly. Truly love people and people will go sometimes. Yeah but you don't know mean. I say yes I do. I know your spirit. I know the essence of who you are as a human being. I know you want happiness, you want joy. I know that you want to live your life in enjoy an inner peace. So my spirit knows you, I don't need to know all the the ups and downs of your life, but I know you experience and my spirit knows you and I I really want to transform people so that they can see that. Anything is possible in their life. I want them to what drives me is for them to see their greatness. That it's not something that they have to go, and search is already inside of you. It was inside of you and your life and greatness and in conversations that we have, you know, and the platform that you provide to people as well role is to help them get things that Just in the way of them going into that greatness and so I do it by helping them to get past their mindset. So that once they are leaking, from the heart, leading from that space, that then they can go and share their message, and their story and whatever it is that they call to to share so that they can transform else's life. So that's why I do what I do. Okay, Elaine. I'm going to go a little deeper that was like your wife or the masses. But what is your, why like your deep? Elaine. Why why do you get up in the morning? What drives you for you? I don't think anyone's ever asked me that correct, Jim Rome. Well, I'm asking for me. Yes, for me personally am I think it's I want to be in unison with something that's bigger than just myself. I want to be connected so much connected with the universe so much, I'm connected to.

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"elaine" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"So for me on this course was and I think this is life for me. Rob life gives us the recipe. It gives us to this put these ingredients together bait, you know, mix the ingredients. I bake the cake with back to food here bake, the cake and you're going to come up with a lemon sponge cake. We don't do life like that. I was I wasn't doing the course like that. I was breaking my word left and Center so in essence I think. Okay I'm going to bake the cake. But you know what? I don't want lemon. I'm going to put purchasing cuz I want to do it my way. I'm going to have sugar and flour but actually I'm going to put in some avocado and then I baked the cake and then I wonder why the ends. I don't have a lemon sponge cake. Why? Because, I haven't followed the recipe. I have, I haven't honored my word. And as soon as I started honoring, not only my word to other people, but really importantly, the wage, but to myself, when I listened to my reasons and I my excuses, I just do and that's high performance. A high performer is, is not is not swayed by their thoughts and their feelings. They're swayed by am I taking actions to get myself this resolved and I'll tell you what, Rob, when I started in my word for myself dead. I was more productive in one year than I'd been in ten years. Absolutely. Then you know what I'm talking about that and well you could go ahead, you can just suck so being your word starts, the moment you wake up. So as the narrator of how Elrod's the miracle morning, audiobook, I talked about mornings and morning matter. How talks about that all the time, you have to have Thursday, morning, ritual. And the one thing is starting your day with intention and purpose. So, one of the things that I always do is I make my bed every day. I've been doing it for many, many decades, I've been doing it for at least twenty years, I've been making my bet because I wanted to start my day with purpose. Now I didn't used to be a morning person. I used to wake up at 10:30 or 11:00 in the afternoon in the morning or the early afternoon and because I was stay up all month yet I still made my bed because I just felt like that was what I wanted to do. When people.

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"elaine" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Just really understanding human behavior of what why we create a environment that creates young people who are locked up at eleven years old for rape murder or whatever. You know, the activity they got up to and it it. Yeah. When you get here, when you get behind it really, all they want is boundaries. They want to feel safe. They wash positive attention, and they want love. And that's it. Yeah. And so, with that in this for them, for, for seven years and then my little niche came again. And that wasn't enough for me. So, I went off travelling around the world for a whole year. I went to eighteen countries in one year and it was the most amazing experience ever month. And I think I've, you know, some people will resonate with this that I'm That Kind of decide commit and then I just make it happen. I'm not someone who think about it too much. I'll just go with my gut instinct and so when I came back I knew it just wasn't enough for me to do this job for somebody else, cuz I've been my own boss for a whole year. I said, when I said where, and when I came back, I thought, you know, it's my life. I feel like that song, It's my life, it's my baby, I am exactly. I love you. Gentlemen, Bon Jovi, I'm sorry. It's my radio days. Just kind of like jumped in got me all fired up. It's like yes love that song. Oh yeah, it's my life baby. Okay. I'm here. Go ahead. Exactly. And it's so important, you know, do what you love and get paid for it. So yeah, started on that inquiry about my, what can I do that? I don't have to spend so much time, studying and uh, you know, just I couldn't study at my age, I couldn't study and I tried, I tried network marketing so many things and then I, I fell into speaking, as I say, a friend, invited me to smile stirs. I'm not sure if you've heard. You're like okay, I can talk, I can talk. There you go. That's my thing. I can talk know, even in Georgia, so very well at that. Yeah, but little bit of training, look at you now know, a little bit of training. Now just you know, so Elaine is in the UK so there's a little bit of a slight delay so just have to bear with us and they're the one off of modern technology. Sometimes works sometimes it doesn't. But she is here from the UK and I want to thank you for that. But ya know, a little bit of training and look at you now. Exactly. Exactly. You know, so it hasn't been an easy path. I think, whatever path we choose, we're always going to have roadblock blocks. We're always going to have something that stops US for me. Everything was working really well for a couple of years. I was training and doing public speaking in workshops, and I was going into schools cuz I have a history of working with young people and delivering workshops on public speaking. But what I didn't realize I'd fell into the Trap. That I was an associate trainer for another company. So in essence of life were employing me, I wasn't being my own person and what happened then was the work started to dry up. I couldn't pay my mortgage, I couldn't pay my bills and then to top off my kind of that devastating news that just knocks as for sex and mine was the. I found out that I couldn't have children anymore. And I so wanted to be a mom. I can see I can feel the emotions now and for a woman to be told that you're never going to experience. What that's like to carry a child inside of you off the bus that child to look in that child, say that yours that's from your DNA..

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"elaine" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"People delivered over 600 workshops in the art of Peak Performance in public speaking, answering at tedx event for the past three years. Elaine, welcome to life transformation radio. Thank you, rob. Thank you for having me and welcomed everyone. Who's listening. I'm excited to get into this conversation. Absolutely. All right. Well so you have an incredible background. I want to start weird. All begin. How did you get to where you are today? Oh my gosh, that's such a big question. I want to start where I feel is relevant for people listening. And I, I haven't, you know, I was working in law, many years and like many people. I was good at my job. I was earning lots of money, but I just wasn't fulfilled. And so I took some, I took time off. And I did a person off course, where the conversation was, if there was no fear, if you had no challenges, you had all the skills. What would you actually be doing with your life? And I really had to sit back and think, oh my gosh. Yes, life is so precious. And I, we work a third of our life. What would I really be doing? And so I sat quietly and I listen to my inner voice that always buys me and it said, work with young people and have them transform themselves at a much younger age than you are and and that's what I did. I'm one of those people. Just jump in and I make it happen. So I I I jumped into working with young people but I didn't realize I was going to work with the most challenging young offenders in the country with severe behavior issues and I did that for seven years and Rob, it was the most amazing experience ever..

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"elaine" Discussed on Bowl of Life

Bowl of Life

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"elaine" Discussed on Bowl of Life

"Being for me in general with kids i found if you involved in the process so much more likely to actually eat it because they take ownership over because they've they've maybe they said oh inside a little bit more of this or that and they feel like they like their creation of piece of art and and i just i find. It's more likely actually eat them knowing what goes into like. We do some sort of public health nerd in that respect. Like i loved edgy. Bam and infuse it. With a little bit of health education women has dangerous on. Why were eating spinach. And all these other things and why when we're eating spinach. I like to pair with vitamin c. Because that helps iron. Absorption those little nutrition facts. That i hope wednesday appreciate it. Well and quite honestly i mean. That's the stuff that you know. I mean god bless all our science teachers out there who aren't teaching him in the kitchen about those of the ingredients and stop like that's gonna stick with them you know because they were like all their sensitive to help you and and all of that. So i think that's just amisi saying that's awesome all you had mentioned on the smoothie boosters and that was a new word for me this movie boosters. Can you explain a little bit more. About what exactly those are. I think you mentioned shia seeds..

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"elaine" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"elaine" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"To be a cd. Mike good friends. David bloom and chris are. We also were equal. You know certain is we were peers colleagues friends so i didn't feel that female was either you know up nor diana not time. I think as i've got older. And certainly maybe in the last five or ten years. I have reflected on. Why are there not more versions of me. I mean there are some brilliant females in the teaching of dentist dentistry. But not many and actually when i think back ni- you i've been in practice in this. Practice will return five years so you know a have been around for a while and nothing has really changed in that perspective. I would say that. The one of the anniversary talks at the being cd. A young female dentist came up to me and said you know you're going to say anything about the fact that you're the only female president with bbc d. In all of this time and i suddenly felt back can uncomfortable shift of responsibility. Which i'd never really. I never felt. It was my job to to campaign on behalf of women. I was just me doing what i did but then i did think. Yeah genoa's maybe. I do have to say something here and so it's a few times in my career. I've i've felt that the balanced representation as uneven. That's the bit that frustrates me. As if the audience are fifty fifty male female or some in some countries where i've been to conferences. it's mostly women and the audience and if the people talking to those women are all. Then there's some bring out of balance that that you're not representing your audience. And the more i've looked into this. I think that's the imbalance in dentistry. I think that for all sorts of deep research cultural circumstantial reasons. There is a tendency for you know for men to ask her friends to become almost i with an intention but for some of the the boards and the the panels to become male dominated and and i think that doesn't represent the profession. That's i think anytime you have an imbalance in representation. There will be blind spots in. There will be bias. She can't help it. I'm drifting should happen about it. I think we need more conversations by. And i think i think women can't do it. I think it is difficult for the minority to elbow their way in. I think men need to turn around and we'll wait manet. We are missing the other side of the conversation. Need to talk about my cult. My colleagues that invited me you know and stood aside to let me come through an. That's how i think you beta. Is tom beside us. Not in front of us you know. Let us let us end. Give us a hand up. You know men and women still i to do the same thing myself. And i don't know live necessarily did when i was younger. I don't particularly recognize that there is an issue. But i think there obviously are issues. I also get frustrated when people ask me what should be done like when men say while allaying your you know female that speaking What should we do to try. And get more females. I get frustrated with excellent. I i don't know any more than you know than anyone else does. Because i think. I think we all have to look around. And it's not the women's responsibility on the one side says assign a light that the one side says she did nothing. And then you're saying it's misrepresentation. I'm gonna have to do something. And and so the the something to do question is is really. The optimism is not so noble. Must've eighty if posted discrimination wants to take on a role that they deserve. And that's kind of always gonna be leveled that way and so maybe you know you're right about it does yet since his conversations come up now i'm thinking about it and so next time i have until now taken about estranged Lost yesterday i interviewed battlements. Rally can stop by saying. Hey your man and yet today. I'm feeling like asking that question in at that question before this debate. But this this this this if you thought just statement where were you born. How did you up. When did you decide to become a dentist for so. I was born in tangents and just the whole of golf so i was born. They might parents had a shop so they were retail. My father was quite entrepreneurial. Heat the degree in physics and then as talented university and he had an exchange to mit in boston worked as a consultant in the states. For a while which kinda gave me. My love travel to the states. He thanked him back to london and then saw an opportunity to open a show on well. He was taking tartan scarves. From scotland to the states in sailing them to students set the at mit often not kinda gave him the insight that there's a tourist market for scottish goods so he opened a shop on the eighteenth reserves the golf courses tonge selling cap on peres. Tartan golf balls kilts and and so. That was the business. Was born into so self-employed used to give away free tea and coffee. Nobody did that to encourage coachloads of people so very quirky onto canario business and my mother was from london he met herman chu. He was working in london. And you know i guess. I've got two younger brothers. I was a good student. A good girl at school. Does well ange enjoyed studying. And actually it's probably as a cliche but it to be back with my absolute ambition. I get annoyed when people say denture failed medical beds we used again. I uni all time. But the truth was i wanted to be that. Of course it was really difficult to get into venue skill. That was in the eighties. And i just didn't get the grade physics. I needed a and i go see so an. I had tried like the. That was my best. So i started off doing biology university a because i didn't know why else to do when i couldn't get him to be a bad. I started Tho- mind of trying to get in second year. I tried really hard but there is no way in for me and then i met some dental students so while we were just sitting in the student. Union i mess and dental students and i'd always know i didn't wanna do madison like i don't i don't know why just knew for sure. The medicine wasn't for me. But i was a little bit lost biology because i was so in my mind to be a and i think again. That was a sign of the times in the eighties to be offended by can a lawyer or so. There was of an expectation. You were going to be something. I dental students in name was hearing about them. Actually dissection on the head neck. And i thought lot signs actually really interesting and sort of a halfway to medicine but still fulfilling my interest in biological sciences so i applied to transfer after first year. Uni shattering with my own applied to transfer and not with me. You enjoy dental.

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