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The Amazon Formula To Sell 8-Figures & Beyond with Jeff Lieber

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:01 min | 1 d ago

The Amazon Formula To Sell 8-Figures & Beyond with Jeff Lieber

"Jeff say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know hey, what's up fire nation? Jeff Lieber and yeah let's see. I. Guess Back in two thousand fourteen kind of a funny story is I was working at nine to find nine to five job and what happened was is I was had that entrepreneurial bug I've been listening to podcasts like yours and other people. Knows you know looking at different business models and then I stumbled upon the Amazon business model at that time and I learned like the steps to source of product and all you're choosing what product to get started with and out of all the products in the world I was what would be the coolest sexiest product I could bragged my friends about and of all the products under the Sun I chose to buy a twenty foot. Container of Puppy pee pads or training dogs A. Matt and I spent almost like seventy percent of my life savings fifteen grand at the time on that container wired it to China had no idea the risks that were involved with that and luckily they did ship me a container of way too many puppy pads to sell and. Took me about a year to sell through that container. Thank goodness. It worked out and survived. So well, if they were on the market a few months ago I would have bought one Gaza we do have a a new puppy in our life is name as gas and we love him dearly and he has needed some pads as he's learned how to get to house train but I'm happy to say where we're past that stage for the most part now knock on wood but in fire. Nation as I shared in the introduction, we're talking about the Amazon formula to sell eight figures and beyond. So I mean you had that nine to five. Jeff. Back in two, thousand, fourteen, he decided to take the leap. So when exactly did you get started selling products on Amazon? I. Mean I know you said you start with a puppy pads move onto the next point from that and how did that experience actually lead you to starting turnkey product management? Yes. Of intention was not to start turnkey. Product management that came a few years later. So luckily, like I said that product ended up selling decently well, but I ended up launching additional pet products and then my sister had an idea for baby products brands. So we launched that and my friend's dad had an idea for with an awesome patented dog toy. So we launched on kickstarter and Bernard up on that and then So all of a sudden I was doing a ton of stuff and then had a few friends from college who Had Awesome products. They did you know sunglasses and wash on kickstarter and we're doing awesome on shop and sales channels like that. But they were struggling on Amazon and they saw me having success with Elaine product like bubby bads and they're like, why can't we do that? So I I ended up helping them and they just said, can you just manage it for us? Can you just do it what will pay you and I was like sure and so that was really the first consulting client. But. It was just a friend and it was fun. You know working with them and ended up growing them to over six figures in their first year and then they referred a friend and they referred a friend and now I had five clients as well in addition to all the brands. So needless to say I was. Almost envious of my previous nine to five job that I had quit because I couldn't do it all and I was like man, why did I even quit I'm like so stressed out in overwhelmed in managing way too much stuff and so I just said what what really would make me the happiest and what am I the best that and that was selling on Amazon. So what I did was decided to sell my stakes out of all may their companies in about nine month period and solely went in all in on turnkey product management gave it an official name and That was about three or four years ago and built a team hired me on my sister, my cousin, a bunch of great great people along the way, and now we're helping a lot of companies to scale their their businesses on Amazon seven and eight figures, and beyond

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Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

"There are now reported to be seven suspects in custody in connection with a machete attack in Paris yesterday. This happened in front of the former offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Among the arrested to be suspected assailant in the case. None believed to have seriously wound to people when he attacked him with a machete has reportedly told police he was reacting to the satirical newspapers re publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Muslims believe the profits likeness should never be drawn, are published. That's what prompted the deadly 2015 attack. Thie 18 year old Pakistani arrived in France two years ago as a minor local authorities in charge of him said he had shown no signs of radicalization That is Elaine Cobb reporting.

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Paris Suspect Said Attack Was Aimed at Paper That Mocked Islam’s Prophet

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Paris Suspect Said Attack Was Aimed at Paper That Mocked Islam’s Prophet

"Man in custody in Paris admitting he carried out yesterday's attack in front of the former offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Head Budo. CBS's Elaine cop reports from Paris, a man believed to have seriously wounded two people when he attacked him with a machete. Is reportedly told police he was reacting to the satirical newspapers re publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Muslims believe the profits likeness should never be drawn are published. That's what prompted that deadly 2015 attack.

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Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

"Paris Police have opened a terrorism investigation after a knife attack near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Police believe the machete wielding assailant is an 18 year old Pakistani already known to them. He was picked up shortly after the attack in which a man and a woman was seriously wounded. Christopher DeLuca, secretary general of RSF, reporters without Borders. Has no doubt the location in front of the former officers of Charlie Hebdo was chosen for its symbolism. This is clearly an attack against freedom of expression that as global expects, following the deadly 2015 attacks at those officers, the satirical newspaper now operates out of a secret, heavily guarded location. Elaine called CBS News Paris.

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French Open takes a hit amid tight COVID-19 rules and new crowd limit

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

French Open takes a hit amid tight COVID-19 rules and new crowd limit

"Affected by the pandemic is tennis. As the French Open is hit with new restrictions now, as part of France's latest covert 19 restrictions, Just 1000 fans will be allowed to watch the French Open tennis tournament that begins Sunday. It was postponed because of the pandemic. All the fans will have to wear masks. The players will be allowed at the tournament side only on the days of their matches. They're all staying in to hotel's reserved just for them and are being tested regularly. Elaine called CBS NEWS PARIS Well, there's a new program

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Federal judge rules against Trump admin, says 2020 census must continue for another month

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

Federal judge rules against Trump admin, says 2020 census must continue for another month

"Federal judge has ruled the sense of the census must continue for another month. Instead of finishing up next week, the judge rules that a shortened schedule could produce inaccurate results. And ordered the Census Bureau to keep going until end October, a coalition of civil rights groups and local governments had sued the bureau, arguing a shortened schedule would undercount residents in minority and hard to count communities. The once a decade head count of all U. S residents helps determine how federal money is spent on how many congressional seats each state gets. Elaine Cobb CBS News

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The Ring drone is just the latest Amazon privacy puzzle box

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

02:42 min | 3 d ago

The Ring drone is just the latest Amazon privacy puzzle box

"Amazon yesterday rolled out Ah, whole bunch of new speaker and security devices. What I mean is pretty much like there was like something for every room in every size and every person in your house at this point, but pretty much it sounds like they just want to know what you're doing everywhere at all times. Of course they do. S so I would say the most. I don't know what you're gonna ask, but I would say the most revolutionary piece that I saw out of this was the indoor drone camera. No, no, no, no, that's that's where we're going to start. That's why Elaine and explain it. So the indoor drone camera is a home security camera that you would set up. If you want something that is creepy as all hell, I guess. But the idea here that Amazon came up with is a lot of people don't want a home security camera in every room of their home, especially in some of the more private areas, But What you could do it. This is no. It might be set up in your living room. But when you leave, it'll just kind of wander around all rooms of the house and take video for you and check on him Now, are you responsible if you're at work Are you responsible for piloting? Said drone on your phone, or does it fly around? I believe that it will fly around on its own. You can program some some free design a little fun with the dog on that. Well, yeah, So, Yeah, This is not something that I'm even interested in. And I have less of these privacy concerns. And Chuck does. But this is my nightmare. This is literally Like when I wake up in a cold sweat. This is what it's about Drone staring at you in the face. Yes, this's what it's about. So I just I don't know how we've gotten to the point. Where we feel that we need to have something flying around inside our homes to make letter that we feel safe. Like how soft have we gotten What we need to invite. Jeff Bezos is drone into our house to say Thank you, Geoff. For watching over me like I know I can't do it. I can't do it. I think one of the best quotes that I heard this is from a tweet from Walt Most Berg, who's a longtime tech product reviewer, member of the non profit news, literally literacy. Project in a country with no laws regulating digital privacy. Anyone who buys this from a company with a history of privacy problems is insane. And that's about how I feel. I mean, who's really asking for this in their homes play? You know what I think? Plenty of people I I ke your bells have been. Yeah, I understand that you have three camera forward facing camera doorbell. In a drone that flies around your house looking for problems. Not that big a difference. Just wait. I bet this thing sells.

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Thousands Of Airline Workers Facing Unemployment As Aid Package Stalls In Congress

All Things Considered

03:34 min | 4 d ago

Thousands Of Airline Workers Facing Unemployment As Aid Package Stalls In Congress

"Is the airline industry. Air travel demand is down a wop a whopping 70% from last year and tens of thousands of airline pilots, flight attendants, a reservation agents and other industry workers are poised to lose their paychecks next week if Congress doesn't extend federal aid for airlines. NPR's David Shaper reports. A nation's airlines are at a crossroads. Or maybe I should say cross runways at the start of the year. On average about 2.5 million people were flying every day. Now that's plummeted to around 700,000, and until there are widely available vaccines or treatments for covert 19. Most passengers won't be coming back any time soon. You can't run an airline that a third the size it was and expect to keep all the same people. Elaine Backer is an airline industry analyst for investment Bank Cowan. I feel like in this country we've shifted from flattening the curve to waiting for a cure or a vaccine, and and that just means the pain is going to be longer in the cares act, Congress provided $25 billion a direct payroll support to the airlines so they could keep paying their employees through the end of September. Already, tens of thousands of workers have taken early retirement or other incentives to leave their jobs. But now the airlines air notifying another 75,000 that they may be out of a job. October 1st getting that for letter in the mail. Completely shocking. Isaiah Gonzalez is an aircraft maintenance worker for united at New York's LaGuardia Airport. The first thing that came to mind with how I was going to support my family people who depend on me. How was I going to keep the income? I was going to keep the family afloat, and Gonzalez is not alone. Me. Getting fellow is like this devastating. Tony Valentine is a reservations agent for United Airlines in Detroit. I have six that depend on me Arrange it age from 2 to 22, Valentine says. That's a houseful with a whole lot of bills. In addition, she says her husband suffered a serious stroke last year. And knowing that I may not have insurance to finishes is like I feel like I failed often at loggerheads. The unions representing these and other airline employees are now in rare harmony with airline CEOs in pressing Congress for a six month extension of the payroll support program. The industries in dire straits Nick Calio heads the industry group Airlines for America at one point Passenger traffic was down 96%. It's now down 70%. Still, one third of our planes are parked not flying, and we're losing $5 billion a month. The airlines unions and bipartisan majorities in Congress agree that the six months of payroll support worked in keeping airline employees off of unemployment rolls. In the tens of thousands of layoffs now might send shockwaves through the economy. Missouri Congressman Sam Graves is the ranking Republican on the House Transportation Committee. We absolutely cannot let an entire sector of the economy collapse, and that's exactly what will happen if we do not get this extension done yet. The airline funding is tied to broader Corona virus relief that the White House and Congress cannot agree upon. Here's American airline CEO Doug Parker. I just can't believe that we may not be able to do the right thing. Simply because our elected officials can't come to any sort of compromise agreement were better in that. Still, someone of providing billions Warren taxpayer money doesn't just put off the inevitable as airlines will need to restructure to match the reduced demand. Legislation that would extend payroll support for the airlines was introduced in the Senate this week. But if it isn't passed soon, thousands of airline employees may be out of work One week from today. David Shaper NPR news

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Rare Botticelli Portrait Could Join the US $100 Million Art Club

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

Rare Botticelli Portrait Could Join the US $100 Million Art Club

"By the Renaissance painter could join the $100 Million Art Club when it goes up for auction. In New York. The rare portrait is of an unknown young man dressed in a simple tunic. But Christopher Apostle, director of Old Masters paintings at Sotheby's auction house in New York, says there's a lot of excitement about it. He believes it could go for a CZ Muchas $100 million estimate really reflect the quality condition. The enormous rarity and the huge impact that a painting like this has. Apostle says he's not worried the Corona virus pandemic might scare buyers away. Elaine called CBS News up next to

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Facebook oversight board to start operating in October

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

Facebook oversight board to start operating in October

"In response to criticism, it wasn't moving fast enough to remove misinformation and hate speech. It will launch just ahead of the November election, but it's unclear if we'll hear cases related to that contest. Facebook's own employees voiced concern in recent months when no action was taken over posts from President Trump that contained misleading claims about mail in voting on DH inflammatory language about anti racism protests. Elaine called CBS News or words continues between the county sheriff and Oversight. Commissioners of sheriff says he doesn't think the panel has much

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Vatican strongly condemns euthanasia, calling it an 'act of homicide'

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:26 sec | 6 d ago

Vatican strongly condemns euthanasia, calling it an 'act of homicide'

"Today, the Vatican calls euthanasia and act of homicide on DH intrinsically evil. It says it can never be justified or tolerated as more countries consider legalising euthanasia or assisted suicide. The Catholic Church warns that legislators who supports such moves are accomplices of a grave sin. About 10 countries and several U. S. States allows some level of euthanasia or assisted suicide. Elaine

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Vatican: Assisted suicide, euthanasia "intrinsically evil"

WBBM Morning News

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Vatican: Assisted suicide, euthanasia "intrinsically evil"

"Church is doubling down on its opposition to euthanasia. In a new document issued today, the Vatican calls euthanasia and act of homicide on DH intrinsically evil. It says it can never be justified or tolerated as more countries consider legalising euthanasia or assisted suicide. The Catholic Church warns that legislators who supports such moves are accomplices of a grave sin. About 10 countries and several U. S. States allows some level of euthanasia or assisted suicide. Elaine called CBS News a

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Amal Clooney quits UK role over 'lamentable' Brexit plan

KYW 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | Last week

Amal Clooney quits UK role over 'lamentable' Brexit plan

"Rights lawyer Amal Clooney has quit her role is the U. K's envoy on press freedoms. She says she cannot represent a country that has openly said it will break international law in order to gain a trade advantage after Brexit the British government says it is ready to roll back parts of the hard won protocol on Northern Ireland. Designed to uphold a peace agreement that has held for two decades. Elaine Cobb, CBS News

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Global coronavirus cases pass 30 million, doubling in 2 months

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:31 sec | Last week

Global coronavirus cases pass 30 million, doubling in 2 months

"30 million mark here. CBS is Elaine Cop Has the numbers of new cases rise sharply worldwide. The death toll now stands at more than 940,000. The worst hit nations are the U. S. India and Brazil. But there's a renewed spike in infections across Europe, where the number of weekly recorded cases in the region has topped 300,000 Johns Hopkins University Total show nearly 6.7 million cases in the U. S nearly 200,000 deaths. Four Smithsonian Museums just

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Backup driver in fatal Arizona Uber autonomous crash charged

WBBM Morning News

00:53 sec | Last week

Backup driver in fatal Arizona Uber autonomous crash charged

"Woman who was monitoring a self driving uber car that struck and killed a pedestrian in 2018 is now charged with negligent homicide. 46 year old Rafael Levesque has pleaded not guilty to negligent homicide for being distracted watching TV on her cell phone when she was the backup driver who was supposed to be making sure Uber's autonomous vehicle was stopping properly and was to have applied the brakes if the car didn't in 20. 18 outside of Phoenix. 49 year old Elaine Hertzberg was struck and killed when she crossed the street. The Uber system detected Hertzberg 5.5 seconds before the crash, but failed to determine she was headed into the vehicle's path. Arizona's governor than band, further testing of self driving cars, slowing down the prospects for autonomous ride hailing services on public roadways. I'm Jackie Quinn,

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Backup driver in fatal Arizona Uber autonomous crash charged

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Backup driver in fatal Arizona Uber autonomous crash charged

"The Arizona woman who is monitoring a self driving uber car that struck and killed a pedestrian in twenty eighteen has been charged with negligent homicide forty six year old Rafaela Vasquez pleaded not guilty to negligent homicide for being distracted watching TV on her cell phone when she was the backup driver who was supposed to be making sure uber's autonomous vehicle was stopping properly end was to have applied the brakes if the card didn't in twenty eighteen outside of Phoenix forty nine year old Elaine Herzberg was struck and killed when she crossed the street the uber system detected Herzberg five and a half seconds before the crash but failed to determine she was headed into the vehicle's path Arizona's governor then banned further testing of self driving cars slowing down the prospects for autonomous ride hailing services on public roadways I'm Jackie Quinn

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Charlie Hebdo Republishes Cartoons That Prompted Deadly 2015 Attack

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Hebdo Republishes Cartoons That Prompted Deadly 2015 Attack

"Charlie Hebdo. Is re publishing some controversial cartoons. A trial for the January 2015 attacks in which 12 people were killed opens tomorrow in Paris and Charlie Hebdo will mark the occasion by re publishing the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. The first made the satirical newspaper a target. The director of the papers says they will not give in to threats that despite the fact the paper now works out of a secret location with heavy security. Elaine Cobb, CBS NEWS PARIS, a man in

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Freedom Summer: Barbara Lee

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

07:06 min | Last month

Freedom Summer: Barbara Lee

"In June nineteen sixty four freedom summer also known as the Mississippi Summer Project was a volunteer campaign across America to attempt to register as many black American voters as possible in Mississippi. News coverage of freedom summer shed a light on the white supremacy and police brutality that black Americans face. We. Don't Tuesday night the finding of three bodies in graves at the site of a damn near Philadelphia Mississippi where three civil rights workers disappeared six weeks ago. Over the past few weeks we have been experiencing another freedom summer. Minnesota are saying to people in New York two people in California to people in Memphis to people all across this nation enough is enough cell phone videos and social media are once again providing glaring spotlight on the inequities and injustice that are woven into the fabric of American society. In this special season of the browns to politics, we are diving into the past in how is impacting our present and future. For protests to political campaigns and youth involvement change is in the air and the fight for liberation continues. We'll be hearing from some of the Black Women at the forefront at today's movement who are fighting for change in making history to ensure that we have justice for all. Her name was even floated as a potential. VP. Pick for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's. It is no surprise that would ever congress is debating issues of equity and justice. Congress will lease voice is one of the strongest and most prominent today we talk about her work as a college student, a member of the Black Panther Party and what Congress is, do we to fight systems of oppression to reshape reimagined our political world? Congresswoman Barbara Lee thank you so much for joining us and happy belated birthday. Breaking very good happy with you. I'm really excited to talk to you today and for our listeners, the congresswoman is such a legend and all of her work that she has done in. Congress over the years especially for Black Brown and indigenous communities by I have to ask you this question because it's something that I just wanted to talk to you about for so long is. You were a part of the Black Panthers. What was it like being? Black Panther I actually was not a member of the Black Panther Party I was what they call the community worker community workers had a lot of responsibilities as the Black Panther. Party. Members and remember the Black Panther Party began as a result of police Gupta brutality and the African American community. I mean. They stood down the police because things, police, murders, police Retali- as we know now were occurring then and they were the first organization that really took the police on, and so it was out of that that the Black Panther party formed, there's the Bible programs because it was not only an organization that address police brutality, but it was an organization that addresses chemic-. Racism and poverty. and. So what I did, and which was really phenomenal work and I was a single mother on public assistance with two little boys. I helped sell newspapers like math a newspaper on street corners I actually participated in the breakfast program for children who didn't have whose parents didn't have enough money to buy food and that's actually the breakfast programs from the federal government. Actually. Started as a result of the of the models that the Black Panther party you. I also really worked with you. He knew then did the research on his book Revolutionary Suicide. It was really phenomenal project I got to know Huey Newton Bobby Seale, Elaine Brown, Erica Huggins Joan Kelly, who just passed away and many of the leadership of the black. Panther party because community worker and student I was very involved in a lot of the work with party members. I actually brought Shirley Chisholm got involved in politics through the first presidential the first. Time. A black woman ran for president and that was sure children who was the first African American woman elected to Congress and so the Black Student Union president I invited her to come to milk college where I was attending and I got involved in her campaign by herb insisting that I register the vote and I had a class go because I didn't WanNa work in any of those campaigns. Well, bottom line is working her campaign and got the Black Panther party really involved in voter registration efforts. I. Was the one that went and asked Huey Noonan Bobby Seale to consider becoming politically active around early Chisholm campaign and they did. So I worked on all phases of the black. Panther. Party and all the different divisions I actually bag groceries. You know the panthers had a whole ten point program which again, the Free Breakfast program for the kids They started the Community Health Center Movement by instituting the George Jackson free medical clinic they did sickle cell tests. In fact, there was the Black Panther party that raises awareness about sickle cell disease as a as a disproportionate impact African Americans Fast Board Twenty Twenty people in the African American community and Black and Brown news still struggling disproportionately as it related to food security food desert healthcare disparities, unequal education. I. Helped. Start. Actually I wrote the first proposals for the Black Panther Party community learning center. They establish a Black Panther party school and so I was very instrumental in working on that project. So I did a lot of work with the Black Panther Party and I can just speak to how phenomenal they were and how necessary they were and how we should as we move forward. You know there's this Symbol in a gun and Andy. In government in Ghana called and Copeland. If the bird beautiful bird looking back holding an egg in her mouth and like in order to move forward in order to blackboard and you have to look back, we have to know our history we know where we've been and we have to build upon that so that we can move forward it. Now a wonderful young people in the Movement for Black, flags, or dreamers all the movements that are taking place are a continuation of what I see as the civil rights movement of of today, as well as what Black Panther Party actually started as it relates to stand down and and thing that that policing in our community. chain stop disproportionate killing black, and Brown people

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"elaine" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

04:46 min | 2 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

"I, think I think we're talking about. The same thing, but different things to so. On the one hand we're talking about. Can we deeply hospitable to people who are in a different place spiritual than we are? Should, we feel like we have to make them into our image so that we can feel comfortable. That's one thing we're talking about in what I hear you saying way in I agree with this. No no, we don't have to do that. That's that's up to them and God. And Waking create the space where people can be welcomed with us, and we can weaken. Walk Together as friends. Even though we're in very different places in some cases, whole contradictory views about things, so that's one thing. But at a different thing we're talking about is structural sin. Call structural sin. And structural injustice where it takes us working together with a group of people to say no to injustice for a whole bunch of people. And, so that is not so that we can make them all become Christians life ourselves, but that is so that we can. Love Mercy! Do Justice in walk humbling with our together. That's different thing related, but it's different so in that case when we engage for example in refugee rights. Advocacy for refugee rights and we're. we get involved to make sure there's a safehouse were battered, people or whatever it is the thing that were involved with. It's not so that we can make them all. The Christians that made me hope. They come to know the love. Jesus some of them already do know the low Jesus. But it's so that we can make him love mercy, do Justice Walk Humbly with our autism community for the for the sake of our neighborhood, so can flourish more. Agree with, that yeah. Well. This has been a ridiculously. Wonderful, our and I wish I blacked out like to make this my next series listen to. Lane talk to each other. I JUST WANNA. Say How thankful I am for both of you and the ways that you model so well speaking appreciatively to one another and drawing out one, another's deep wisdom and listening and asking good questions, this has just been a tremendous gift and I think in many ways has really built on the conversations that I both had. With you as well so thank you, thank you for taking this time to to talk. I think this is gonNA. Be just a tremendous blessing to those who listen as well I wanted to close by inviting each of you to offer a blessing to to the other person so elaine. We'll will start with you I i. want to bless you the name of father. Son Holy Spirit is you are engaged In. The spirit important, ministry with spiritual refugees, people who can't be in church for one reason or another for people who? Are. Fraught across your path day. I pray that God would. Keep expanding your heart. And giving you wisdom as you. Speak to people as you do life together and I pray that you would keep being surprised at how got comes to you through these unlikely neighbours. Man. You. We'll. Elaine. Made, the love of Jesus continue to fill your life and heart. May those you love and those communities that you're engaged with helping people. A different thing continued to flourish in that life and love. And continue to grow and to continue to honor each other. And may the issues that you're concerned about in this country the things that affect the well being of fellow. Humanity, fellow brothers and sisters you continue to find voice and opportunity to speak change and justice into a world that's broken. May you continue to find ways to equip people to join you in that process, and May his light and life continue to unfold in you and everyday surprising you as well with insight. And opportunities that astound you and leave you on your bed at night incredibly grateful for what God poured into your life on this day..

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"elaine" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Myself it you know you create the framework with your vision, but you have to leave room for destiny, and for and for what is meant to be to find you and then you also have to create the framework. And the filters to decipher what is really for you and what isn't and so two years I guess it's been two years, which is wild. since I've been kind of doing my own thing building my own company and I've never felt more liberated. I've never felt. More confident I've never felt. Like I've had more balance before this is. This has been the best move of my life, but I could not have done it without all of the steps that it took to get here and there's so much more that I have to accomplish, and so much more that I will do and learn, and I certainly don't have it all figured out, but I know I'm on the right path, so I guess. When three year old elaine looked at her mom and said I got this mom. She, and she knew. It Noah was that everybody knew? Everybody feels like a good place for us to come full circle as well so hanging out in this container of the good life project. If I offer up the phrase to live a good life what comes up? Space. The space to create the space to be the space to expand. The space to. See. Another. To liberate another into liberate, yourself. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much for listening and thanks also to our fantastic sponsors who help make this show possible you can check them out in the links we have included today. Show notes, and while you're at it. If you've.

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"elaine" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"I am Acts of service like hands down are like I'll come home and like I didn't make the bed but you got to make the bed. Wow ooh and he's if he is time spent and physical touch An- not that I don't need those things just not at the top of my list. Yeah Yeah I feel that completely. I'm I'm words affirmations. Okay so I will tell you yes how much I love. You A beautiful. You are a yeah but but you haven't cleaned the dishes or access service. I think he really appreciates figuring out. You're gonNA feel committed. I'm committed to thank you day Greece. Oh sweet for being here. I'm kidding share suit for having me on. This is so awesome. I'm really happy for everything you're doing. And it's just it's inspiring it's meaningful. We need more women like you who are just being open and honest with their stories for the younger generation. So thank you just the same back to you. Thank you one last thing. At the end of every interview we do a little lightening Roende. Pretty BIG DEAL. So easy questions okay. Hopefully let's do that Don. What's the last pretty penny spent pretty penny on this on this hair? I went to a wedding last night and I and I had a pair salads con. I've got was real Bucci hairstyle. Khan and this is just like my curly hair so they just like reused my curly hair. Okay but hey hair is always. That's always good gusman okay. So what's your biggest relational rain like? I'M GONNA break up with you because you got bad breath. I don't know we don't do bad breath. Yeah I grabbed non-negotiable like bad. Breath is negotiable. I was on a light note if you're not getting anywhere near me. Oh my gosh. I laugh every day to the point where I'm crying in tears. Oh I feel like that is a new necessary. Yeah don't you bad breath? That's not my thing either and also. I'm going to say like cheating. Some women have the capacity to deal with that and I will no judgment zone. I am not one of those women. That's all same. I like that answer. Zero Tolerance Pauquet. Finally your pretty big deal but I wanted to. What a pretty big deal to you. What does that mean a pretty big deal like pretty big deal like me? Is People Being Nice? That's a pretty big deal Pretty big deal to me. What random acts of kindness? It really blows my mind when people are just nice preneurs for no reason and big waves like one example was just the other day. I was at the airport in Canada and I was in a big rush and I was in line buying food overpriced food and I was hungry. So pizza a clear board and like a water and came up to fifty two dollars and while it was like grumbling about this way robbery. This is so expensive I go to Swipe my card and it gets declined and by the way I made a big deal about the fact that my planes about to leave so they had already put the pizza in oven and I was like Shame phase of. Who's a false fraud alert? So I'm standing there and this guy in line puts his card out and says no worries he goes. You can hit me back on pay pal. Oh all you don't even know you're GONNA pay fifty one dollars. It wasn't like it was like five bucks. It was fifty one dollars and he was like no worries so nice and I was like Oh my I was. I was almost moved to tears. I was speechless. I wanted to hug him like it. Really friend yeah. Random acts of kindness and honestly. It made me want to look for opportunities to do that for somebody else. That's amazing maybe not fifty one dollar pizza but you know you never know Elaine. Thank you so much thank you such agitation and I want to also thank all of you for watching. Make sure you go to all the socials on pretty big deal. Instagram and twitter. And please let us know we want to hear from you questions comments you know Elaine and are very active on social media compliment. Her Hair Uber watching. Pretty big deal is produced by pretty big deal productions and OBI sound..

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"elaine" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

12:54 min | 7 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"We'll so how long were you at Ebony before you ask for the race because Getting back to a gut feeling you made a very ballsy move here. Who was that girl growing used to talk to us about this? Because you didn't show up you ask for a raise. You were making ten dollars an hour. you ask for twenty dollars an hour they were going to give you twelve dollars an hour l. a. didn't show up to work the next day. Why okay you're making me sound real crazy. Real millennial right now well you rallying. I wasn't creepy. But there's wants is to this okay so so. It was the beginning of the recession right so losing their jobs left and right and here. I was without a safety de in. My first internship wanted it so badly so there was some trickery going on here. I would not record. I do not recommend careered by. I'm just telling you what I do okay. And Somehow by the greatest guy at work so this is so crazy. I'm like actually embarrassed rate. Okay so I got the internship right and it was supposed to be a summer internship that ends at the end of August August. Thirty first right over okay but no one told me to leave so I just kept coming in so some timbre comes around. October rolls around November goes around. No one has told me to leave. Okay and the PAYCHECK's coming in so I just keep coming in. I'm just doing the job. I feel like it was born to do okay. You'RE GOING FOR MILE. Just seizing the opportunity. And then when days begins. He's an opportunity. I go you know. I'm basically a production assistant so I should just change title production assistant and I did so literally advice. I changed my signature. My email signature shoe production assistant from intern without consulting to consult anyone about that. But then here's the thing. Everyone started calling production assistant and then they were like yeah. She's the production assistant so then I just kept moving in it you know. I'm just moving in in November. I don't remember what month is like. Hey like hey. Harriet I've been operating system. I've been a real one. I I've been a real one. I think I've proven how hard working than I'm willing to be. I will come on in before anyone. I will leave after everyone but I'm making a livable wage and I don't have a backup plan and so is there an opportunity to discuss a painting? Increase is their budget for a production assistant on this team. Think of proven my that. The value add is worthwhile for everyone on the team like I was smooth with it even though it was ballsy and somehow I ended up getting a raise for a job. I didn't even have. I didn't press my like after that like I never. I did not go to work the next day after they offer dollars. Who gave you that advice? I don't know who that was. I don't know if that was good or evil but it wasn't like you didn't call mom and say what would you do? Talk to my mom. After I made the decision and I said do you think I'm crazy? Like was that the wrong thing to do like M. I. Out of my mind. Should I call her back and say I'm so sorry and just come back to work? Mom Say Hey. Mom is a praying woman and she prayed about it and she said No. I think you did the right thing good. I think he did the right. So you about it going into nervous but I had peace and then when I showed up the next day is when I was really afraid I was like. I've screwed this up but Harriet batted for you. She really does love you. She saw what you were able to bring to the table and she said no she deserves us. Elaine deserves us and you got twenty an hour. Ot with no benefits. She was very clear she was like. Don't do that again but she did. See Yeah she she's scared me. I will tell you. She's like Big Mama my career and she called me in our office and I was like this is it. This is then fired a rap and going back to the waitressing in California and she often stared me down and I was like. Oh my God himself right now and then she was like. I WanNa talk to you about what you did yesterday because you weren't even there for six months maybe six months maybe six months but we we'd become very close what you wouldn't advise us any woman. But why did he die strategy? Would you give someone in that position for somebody who feels that? They're being undervalued and underpaid and they are consistently over delivering first and foremost have a network of women or anyone in ally any advocates. In your life that you can speak to candidly about your circumstances and find people who can help you assess what your actual value is in the marketplace for the work that you're doing do your research like do your homework find allies find a a mentor and use them before you go in there for you. It's important to balance out really working hard and knowing that you've proven your value before you come in expectantly you with a sense of entitlement like I really think there has to be a fine balance and I know it sounds crazy saying this after that crazy story I just shared. But we'll tell you. She was sitting here that she she did that. Because of the work she believed in me and she saw my potential and she saw that I was over delivering. And I think that's important. You know it a process I think that in this age of social media there is this sense of instant gratification. I think a lot of people come into the world and promotions happen overnight. You went from Ebony Straight to glamour. You were glamour. I hot second. Yeah was glamour for a year. Okay Your Glamour for your and then you went to teen vogue and you were the first black beauty director. Yeah at T- invoke the economy NAS or kind enough for five years. Yeah I was there that you tell it I started my job. My first big job at Teen Vogue was beauty director. Twenty five and then at twenty nine. You can't just you. Were the first black beauty director. Correct I was. I like. Yeah beauty director in Canada's history which is not a role that you sign up for. It's not like I knew I was going to be making history by doing this job. I was just like working really hard actually. Eva Chen was the beauty director before me and she sought me out when she was leaving and said you should take this job and like kind of like helped throw my name in the ring and I was like no not ready. I'm not ready. I was so scared I had so much imposter syndrome. I was just like no not me not me. I pass it up actually. I passed up the opportunity even apply and then because of even turn another woman looking out for another woman I was pushed forward. And they're like no. You'RE GONNA go out for this job and that's how I ended up getting that particular job at twenty five and then by twenty nine. Yeah I was promoted to editor. God wasn't over chief. That's how it's presented and the headlines and that's how it seems on the highlight. Reel that we show you on the Internet. And that's why it was important to me to write this book so that. I could share a little bit more a Lot. More of the stuff that gets left out of one hundred percent success stories that were told. And that's the stuff that's the most universal stuff that challenges would. That's what I want to talk about how you went from Ebony to conde and you went from black media to mainstream fashion. That's a big different. Yeah the culture shock in some ways it was familiar territory for me because I was used to being the only black woman in the room growing up. I was like the token black friend. I had become comfortable with that this comfort but I think what I recognized was just the disparity between the kinds of resources that black media had versus the kinds of resources that magazine like Glamour had and honestly one of the things that puzzled me was like as a black editor coming from Black magazine into a mainstream magazine. I was expected to become an expert or to be an expert on beauty primarily for white women. Oh there wasn't the same expectation of white editors to understand how to speak about beauty as an expert for women of Color and so that was interesting for me. I was like wait a minute. Hold ON I. I became an expert on self. Tanner something I never will need. I became an expert on volumizer. And you know I could pick out your condition. State in the second dot was the job but community experts. Who had been in this industry for twenty plus years could not tell you the difference between like a Yawkey Braid and dreadlock are like you know they couldn't help you a woman of color pick out her foundation. If you pay a million like there was just this. There's just the disparity in education of women of color and you are having to educate and now I'm here I am educating and I'm like the Newbie on the block. It just reflected that the beauty standard in America. You can say issue issue problem. We should we go there but there is. It's like skinny white woman. This woman like street blond hair blue eyes the standard of beauty and anything else is presented as deviation and as secondary not as important and so I really felt charged with a mission to change that narrative especially because I personally knew how damaging that was as three year old as a little kid as a little brown girl looking four myself in magazines and never seeing reflected so it was important for me to have both of those experiences to know what it is to celebrate Black Beauty Center Blackness Adam. Black magazine work among black people. Learn how to be an expert in talking about our issues and then bringing not to a mainstream space to celebrate. But here's the thing I will say. This is also part of why I wrote my book. It's not easy to just be. The only one who knows about your culture is not easy to figure out how to use your voice for good right. It is not easy. Being the sole voice in the room advocating for something that no one has experienced before or seizes necessarily a problem so it took me time I would say like the the entire time I was glamour. I think I was in a little bit of an assimilation syndrome phase where I was just trying to fit in. I saw an opportunity to make things better. I really was still building courage to take my shot making things that make sense one hundred percents. We're like we talk about like finding your voice in using your voice as like like in meam forum and it's just like sounds so easy and everybody talks about like just doing it and being brave. Yeah but they're not in these rooms where everybody who looks the same at the table. And then you're the one different one. That's trying to convince them that this is like what should we should be talking about exactly and you know about that. I do a little bit. I mean I can't identify at all being a black woman coming in and talking about you know white beauty and what does that look like and then having to change people's minds like you don't know but you know what it's like to be. The only one advocating for a different kind of beauty style hundred percent one hundred percent but I think that that must have been a lot of pressure was it. Two thousand seventeen officially became the IC of Teen Vogue. Yeah I became editor. I can't ride doesn't sixteen came in at your chosen. Seventeen then okay notes. You've you've done your homework and you need to tell me how it all happened. So then history is the second block heard as an Ese. Do you know who the first one was. Yeah key a minor. She was. The first Kim. Minor was the first black editor in chief in Canada's history. Choose editor in chief of brides. So I became the second black editor in chief. It's amazing we've had so many milestones and yet you weren't even thirty yet. The I was thirty when I became editor in chief. Okay twenty nine. When I became the editor of the magazine was significant for you walking into this new role. And you're now you're the leader. Okay yes and no. There was a gradual transition again. Like it it's not like my whole life changed overnight necessarily at Teen Vogue. I was a part of a shift in the cultural conversation internally for years before that happened and we were already as a team higher by higher story by story shifting the mission of team from the inside so by the time that I was promoted I was so ready I was so already off to the races the mission had already been crystallized already running in that direction and again it's like about proving your values and times before you're actually kind of knighted there's been so much momentum that we'd created as a team that by the time.

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"elaine" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

12:12 min | 7 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"Today we are talking to accomplish magazine Editor Television Personality and bestselling author. Elaine while two roth lanes in the how beautiful. Thank you even traveling so talking. Well thank you the most gorgeous woman I've ever seen you really are and you don't even like it's just a belly like Ashley. Graham bouncing all over the world like big personality like doing her thing like still working out like still doing shoots every day and then like oh by the way I Q oh belly first of all. Thanks for saying it's little because it's not but I will take your bike that says thank you know you. It looks like this. Bill has not slowed you down at all. I haven't allowed first. Trimester is funny it just so you down and it was the Jesus thing because I didn't work my first trimester it was like summertime and I was listening and chilling out. That's what your body needs. It was really deserves that yes it does ground. There's so many things that I wanted like. Go off of pregnancy like I want to talk about marriage because you're getting married soon. We talk about that later because I really kind of went into it. Okay but also babies. It's an interesting conversation that I've been having with my husband. Obviously because we're having a child together but in your book you talk about having a white father a black mother and how it was a conversation that they had in their approach and shaping you as a black woman and your brother as a black man right. You have a brother and your brother. They wanted to help. Avoid a racial identity crisis for us done the line got so my mom is an African American woman. My Dad is German. Irish like hippy. California Guy And they decided before we were born that we were going to be black because that is the way that the world would see us. That would be the experience that we would have in this country and they just thought let's eliminate confusion about things it's just make it easy and clear and the reality is. They did that with the best of intentions and in a lot of ways. I understand why that's necessary and to just like hit it off at the pass and have those conversations out in the open and to instill a sense of cultural pride in your child and all of the identities that they possessed but particularly to make sure that they're clear on how they're going to be seen in the world. It's a parent's duty to help. Start that process of feeling a sense of pride in your culture and your identity and so that's what my parents did but ultimately it's still a confusing process and you can't you can't prevent the the identity crisis because it's inevitable arm the white person in an interracial relationship and I'm about to have a black baby and or biracial baby and this is a conversation that Justin and I have been having so I just think really bi racial is not an identity. Uk unfortunately like we don't hold space in our language even for interested. You Call President Obama the first biracial president. He's blaming you call Halle Berry the first biracial woman to win an Oscar. Yeah no I'm saying no no no I'm just I'm just pointing out because it's it's a nuance that we just don't often think about so like misty Copeland. I mean a lot of the first in black history are actually biracial people. But we don't really have the language where the first biracial celebrity that I saw identified as show Megan markle and that's like a couple years ago. You know so. I think that's an important thing. I hope that that changes and that over time we can create space for all types of identities to be acknowledged. But the reality is that your phenotype the way you present and to the world that is that is going to dictate your experience. I think that your conversation guys can have all the kind of premeditated conversations ready to go for your child but ultimately a lot of your child's experience is going to be dictated by their appearance the color of their skin the texture of their hair. And you're there to help insulate some of the blows that are inevitable in the world and for me and my brother. I remember like being so confused. I remember being in preschool and being one of the only brown kids in the class we were asked to assignment where we had to make a collage of our families. So everyone's like looking through magazines and I'm flipping through magazines and then everyone's like starting and I'm like wait but I don't see anybody who looks like my mom or me or my brother in these magazines. I got a lot of white DAD OPTIONS. But where are the like black people and I didn't actually no I was black. I didn't know my mom was. I just knew I couldn't see anyone who looks like my mom. And this is my very first memory in life and so it was the first time I was like. Oh I'm different. Oh there's something wrong with wait hold on. Why can I see myself a news magazine? And this is before you have language for these things. We talk about representation at three years old. You know Y- so I'm there and I'm like okay. I just looked around and I was like okay. I guess we're just GonNa do what everyone else is doing. I'm going to cut out what people started coming out. White people and I like made a full collage of white family and imagine how awkward that is for the teachers who are like what is going on over there so I remember teacher coming over and trying to steer me towards the sole black girl in one of these magazines and I just ignored her because I did not want to be different. Oh and then. I came home with that White Paper family in my proud black mother took one look at that is that Houston. We have a problem. You and your brother and you sit down at that table. And we're going to Redo the assignment together and she whipped out ebony and essence magazines and we redid that collage and that was my first memory in life and it was a race conversation. You know we had. We had to have that conversation and I remember my mom. Put that revised family collage on my wall and it was the first thing I saw every morning. The last thing I saw every night for years so that no matter what I saw on commercials or in the pages of magazines I could see myself and my family reflected as we are and it was a reminder to be proud of that I think we're living in a world that's becoming a lot more blended. We're having a lot more conversations from overseas. Yeah and so for your child will have so many more examples and I would have blended family. Looks like or what an interracial family looks like. And it won't be such an anomaly. Yeah I only have Mariah Carey. Oh Wow what a sin saying. Yeah but also it does ring true just in the fact that so many is you said. There's a lot of blended families now mixed race. Multiracial people are the fastest growing population and get our stories and the exploration of that identity is so under discussed. What about you? You're about to become a mom and you're doing it with a black man? Like what are the conversations that you just are having about this? The conversation that dressing and I have been having is You know he wants to raise children black because like your parents told you the world will treat you the way that they see you. Yes and as a white woman I have had to understand what that means and I think that I've had to understand a lot of things I like. I didn't know what white privilege was walking into this relationship. I didn't understand half the things that I've learned in the last ten years of being with us. I think that when you're the white person in an interracial relationship you should be asking questions. You should be getting filled with information. It's the white person's job to really get to know the other culture because we live in a white world touched on something that I think is so important for folks who've never understood or never had to be in a situation where they are. The only one looks like them. Yeah I think it is crucial. It is vital to put yourself in positions where you have to feel that otherness. You have to go out of your way to put yourself in that position in a world centers. You know so. I think it's a brave thing for you to do to take on that responsibility and to own it and to welcome and I'm sure it may. It's uncomfortable at times uncomfortable moments but I don't even want to call it brave. I want to call it just something that I want like. I Love Justin that much that I want to know everything about him. Yeah led to the core of who he is and he is a black man and he's proud of it so I want to understand like what does all of that me. And how can I be assistance? wind breezing children's so. Yeah you're asking all the right questions and you're doing all the work that you that you can do. No parent ever gets it perfectly. No they don't they don't but we can try. Yeah it'd be a great great Ron Lab. How do you feel like all of this Schaefer? Identity in general is such an inextricable part of my experience that I don't really know what it would be like to not have that you know like my dad is my dad. My mom is my mom is so you can't really dictate like how it's all. GonNa come out you know but I wouldn't have it any other way like I feel like it was a huge blessing and a lot of ways. There's a lot of strength and positives that come out of having access to two different cultures and two completely different worlds in your household. Yeah I agree. You know because you have an empathy for people who think differently than you do you can understand both sides of things and I think I grew up feeling like a little bit of a bridge in divides first racially at home and culturally but then also over time I kind of is sorted that or felt that that was part of my role in my profession and my friend groups bridge. Yeah I've been able to become. A bridging divides between races between old and new media between fashioned politics. It's helped me like moderate. You know two different sides and I think at a time like this where there's such a so many deep deep divides in our country. It's actually been benefit being biracial and having that kind of like home training. Well who knew that earlier? It'd be so strong because so many amazing career moves in your life big things that have happened but I mean you started in college and he went in for journalism. Is that where you went in? Well I I studied psychology. I was like nobody cares about my outfits these classes and then I was like a little. I was always interested in fashion but I was too intimidated by capital f fashion from a small town so I was like okay. I love to write and I love getting people's bins. I load like interviewing people. Yes I know. I know. It's like taking everything tonight interview. You right now. I know Richard. I know this is always because your were like switch. I know I've had to use another part of my brain in order to interview people. Because you know it's easy to get interviewed for you. I know it's probably saying it's easy to interview much more comfortable. Being the interviewer. We like sitting in that chair. What have you learned like how? How has that shift been for you? Well what I've learned is that there's so many questions that people ask That I don't ever WANNA ask people because I've been asked them but I also understand why people ask the same questions because you have a new audience. Yeah you know this is why you do a circuit for your book. This is you know. There's just so many different things like that but they have realizes that because I'm the one in control I can really get to know you the way I wanna get to know you and I think that the viewer also just appreciates that. Because you know it's coming from a different perspective than maybe different podcast or so. Yeah I like to take from everybody. I mean I did my research. Oh yes and so it was like what what else do I need to know? So that's why I started off with how you were raised but yeah so you went into journalism and boom you come out and you talk about this story a lot right out of college you get an opportunity to work with Ebony but the real love and want was essence. Yes third I did Harriette Cole comes into your life and she invites you to set as an intern. This is your first day on set. You have no idea what's going on. You have no idea where you're going to show up in Malibu and they're Serena Williams and they're shooting a cover..

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"elaine" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on The Archive Project

"You've never heard of but she matters a great deal in twenty nine thousand nine. The New York Times would along appreciation creation of her in which they referred to her ability to quote fuse verbal and physical comedy as possibly singular and called her a quote criminally underappreciated. She did filmmaker consider that may began her career. On stage. Doing improvised comedy with Mike Nichols in the early nineteen fifties helped found a comedy troupe that became became the iconic second city Improv in Chicago became wildly famous on Broadway in the sixties made four very important films in the seventies contributed to countless films as a writer and has had over ten plays produced as a playwright many on Broadway. She is considered by many a comedic. redick genius who has not been taken seriously enough and that may purely be because she is a woman is certainly an opinion held by the New York Times movie critic Manohla. We know the darkness in two thousand thirteen president. Barack Obama awarded may a National Medal of Arts and have to think this award with an attempt to correct the record of her career. This talk is basically a master class and how to write comedy from a living legend. It's also laugh out loud funny so if you're driving right now be careful out there. Oh and one final note in twenty nineteen at the age of eighty six. Not only did. New York's Film Forum Pay Tribute to Her starring in the critically acclaimed Broadway. Play the.

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"elaine" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Scott coming out telling everyone. It was Nina. Who shared the card with him and Well you know you gotta call out of blogger like B.. Scott you should have known he was gonNA respond with the information. I'm I'm just glad he gave me at least not hanging like with snaky right L. C.. Once no elaine. Do You keep in touch with any of the contestants from last season of project runway. You you know I do on instagram all. DM Like bish me. Because she's my boy Oh more And Sebastian who won house rejoice pieces. He's doing great. He's doing his first show at New York fashion. Who Grew? Will you go. I will go support him. He's extremely talented. That's he is very talented. Candy Handy Queen Diva fifty-seven do you believe need is Nina's apology to Eva with sincere. Were did she apologize to have an ally since she was not on. Everyone's good outside at the time. Well I mean I feel like meaney had a valid point at the time I mean basically she was just like why do we have to kind of go through all all of this. Move Forward Right which I agree with her on certain things now with the thing I definitely felt like understood what she was coming from. She was like well. You Mad because because I wore a bike and we're on his show for doing my job right so I just didn't feel like that was something to hold a grudge rush about right. Maybe you can be a little pissed in the moment but at the end of the day. We're all here to do a job. We want to say private things. Sometimes we have to wait to the cameras leave all right. I WanNa thank on by the way. I'm very excited about this season project. Runway everybody's the guys all are in a real groove you and Brandon and carly in the group it's really I WanNa thank candy..

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"elaine" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Scott coming out telling everyone. It was Nina. Who shared the card with him and Well you know you gotta call out of blogger like B.. Scott you should have known he was gonNA respond with the information. I'm I'm just glad he gave me at least not hanging like with snaky right L. C.. Once no elaine. Do You keep in touch with any of the contestants from last season of project runway. You you know I do on instagram all. DM Like bish me. Because she's my boy Oh more And Sebastian who won house rejoice pieces. He's doing great. He's doing his first show at New York fashion. Who Grew? Will you go. I will go support him. He's extremely talented. That's he is very talented. Candy Handy Queen Diva fifty-seven do you believe need is Nina's apology to Eva with sincere. Were did she apologize to have an ally since she was not on. Everyone's good outside at the time. Well I mean I feel like meaney had a valid point at the time I mean basically she was just like why do we have to kind of go through all all of this. Move Forward Right which I agree with her on certain things now with the thing I definitely felt like understood what she was coming from. She was like well. You Mad because because I wore a bike and we're on his show for doing my job right so I just didn't feel like that was something to hold a grudge rush about right. Maybe you can be a little pissed in the moment but at the end of the day. We're all here to do a job. We want to say private things. Sometimes we have to wait to the cameras leave all right. I WanNa thank on by the way. I'm very excited about this season project. Runway everybody's the guys all are in a real groove you and Brandon and carly in the group it's really I WanNa thank candy..

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"elaine" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Well you know you gotta call out of blogger like B.. Scott you should have known he was gonNA respond with the information. I'm I'm just glad he gave me at least not hanging like with snaky right L. C.. Once no elaine. Do You keep in touch with any of the contestants from last season of project runway. You you know I do on instagram all. DM Like bish me. Because she's my boy Oh more And Sebastian who won house rejoice pieces. He's doing great. He's doing his first show at New York fashion. Who Grew? Will you go. I will go support him. He's extremely talented. That's he is very talented. Candy Handy Queen Diva fifty-seven do you believe need is Nina's apology to Eva with sincere. Were did she apologize to have an ally since she was not on. Everyone's good outside at the time. Well I mean I feel like meaney had a valid point at the time I mean basically she was just like why do we have to kind of go through all all of this. Move Forward Right which I agree with her on certain things now with the thing I definitely felt like understood what she was coming from. She was like well. You Mad because because I wore a bike and we're on his show for doing my job right so I just didn't feel like that was something to hold a grudge rush about right. Maybe you can be a little pissed in the moment but at the end of the day. We're all here to do a job. We want to say private things. Sometimes we have to wait to the cameras leave all right. I WanNa thank on by the way. I'm very excited about this season project. Runway everybody's.

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"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"It is the magazine America every member the AARP gets it. That's millions and millions of people next question magazine you to the Editor in Chief of AARP magazine has a resume. Perfect perfect for his current job includes which of these a he edited Hunter S. Thompson. She's being it. There is a streak of cruelty in your judgment sneezing all right on his qualifications to edit take A. Aarp magazine is which of these Editing Hunter S. Thompson for Rolling Stone Magazine for twenty years. Be Fourteen years working as a senior health aid or see he is thirty thirty seven years old and he's married to Claire Bloom Eight. Oh my God it better last. Why not because he's not even enough to get the magazine at thirty? A Robert Love Worth Rolling Stone. Twenty Years Edited Hunter S. Thompson Johnson. Calm Wolf and PJ O'Rourke last question. Aarp the magazine features a lot of articles about health for seniors including which of these a going going to bed at seven. Is the new black. Be why you are suddenly hairy. They're or see interview with prostate. The misunderstood gland. Oh all right guys. I'm calling on my panel. Is here my panel here because it's either B. or I I think what do you guys think so just to be was why you're suddenly Harry there and see his interview with the state. The misunderstood granted. I think it's be because has I think the staff the guys liked to say the misunderstood prostate. All right. This is going to be tough but I'M GONNA go with the Byu. Y you're suddenly Harry there. No the answer is the prostate. They're wondering what the prostate says has it says and I quote I'm a prostate and I live alone just in front of Joe's rectum. Wants to know talkative little prostate bill. Bill how did Elaine Quiz to three Elaine. You.

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"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Was it seemed like a Haley fascinating transformation and did you guys get any push back on that when you were writing about politics and issues of culture and stuff like that rather than you know prom dresses and such of course we did. But you know those aren't the people we were catering to. I think anytime you're going through a transformation authority. You're pretty much prepared to lose some folks who were the loyalists that were coming to the magazine for just that one thing used to be we. Did you get pushback from Conde. NAST when you put Bernie Sanders on the cover nine. I put Hillary Clinton on the cover. And I'll have you. We know that Anna Wintour is a very good friends with Hillary and he was very supportive of of that decision. Thankfully you mentioned the Anna Winter. She of course is the the infamous. I'll say editor vogue. So she sounds like she wet it she had seen the Double Prada. This is like this huge novel and then Moody or it's like re you intimidated that we were like yes. I want to be that person. I was intimidated. I when I saw that movie I had no intention on working for vogue. I never thought I. Would you know I would have the opportunity to so of course when I did get that job. I was incredibly intimidated. And and then I got there and I realized you know what everybody is just a human being just like me and did you see the era kinder than I expected. I think that people at Vogue got a bad rap on that on that film and they weren't all devils in product they did you feel obligation no as editor of Vogue magazine to occasionally destroy. Someone's life just to keep up for you. Were the editor. Are you worth a beauty director. Yes that's right. What does that mean like? What would be your role? What would be your chores like you went in at nine o'clock and you did what to the director beauty? Well and he magazine. There are different sections and obviously there's the beauty and health section. That was my piece of the Pie and So we we would write easterling stories About all things beauty and yeah there were definitely perked but the job I had beauty closet which had friends come and indulge in. They would dive in there. And you don't of Christmas gift for my family for a number of years. I'll just say that. What is inside your beauty closet? Everything Chiampou conditioner body. Watch expensive lotion and sunscreen slips. hair-color Lanta would anti-aging cream me everything. You'd be surprised. Did you use the anti aging creams. How do you think I looked this? Good project runway. God I love being on project runway so now I used to watch that many years ago with my daughters but are you like a mean judger and Nice judge. I'm a keep it real bad. What does that mean I've seen? I've seen the show Joe Peter and it means that she's vicious she's great she's really nice. But then unless you're bad and then she tells you the trend that I did tell you like it is. What's the what's the most cutting thing you've ever said to an aspiring designer? Oh my God someone needs to check my received receive on this. I usually block it all out. I don't know I I'd have to think about it but I think I've just been very direct in saying that you might like that. I'd Hyde not and in terms of competition you're out you can't remember the meanest thing you say. Can you remember the strangest thing you saw on the runway. I remember them pasties that a lot. More God yeah off love Pasties yes like where Nineteen Fifties Tasos Nipple. Companies sent a model out on project. Runway wearing pasties lime green. One God places there were. Are you sure they weren't actually lime slices. I mean what did you say to the designer who sent hounded and otherwise is wearing brand back. I think he said why'd girl I think you said you're lucky you're safe. This week eliminated entirely fan. I'd deeply depressed and you'll have a lot of time. Awesome Watch reality. Well welcome to the show Elaine. We're delighted to have you here and we have asked you here to play a game. We're calling teen teen vogue meet. Old Vote edited keen folks. We thought we'd ask you about a magazine with a very different demographic the magazine of the AARP RPG two or three questions right in your winner prize. The Voice of your choice in your voice mail for one of our listeners. Bill who was Elaine wallpaper off playing for Maryanne bishop this ship of Cordova Alaska ready to play on your first question the Aarp magazine has what Important Distinction A. It is the only only magazine ever to feature Larry King on its cover. Fourteen Times be the most popular magazine. In America. Or see it invented the centerfold. I B B is the most popular magazine in America and you are correct..

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"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Get asked about dumb things. That's called not my job when Elaine Walter off was a little kid and I stress this was in the one thousand nine hundred ninety S. She and her friends created their own fashion magazine. It was her obsession. And you got to pursue that obsession for a living when she became the youngest editor ever at Conde NAST and the first African American editor at Teen Vogue now. She's a judge on project runway. She's a new memoir out. Elaine Wolf Roth welcome to wait. Wait don't tell me. These are the asked people where they are but Alaska because your business. who were you wearing? Well now I am in my high school sweat shirt That I designed when I was class president ear off yet pretty embarrassing. Why is that? They're saying it's easier than wonderland and it was inspired by. Alice in wonderland was this was like this is like a theme like your prom theme or something like that. It was our spirit week team. I was really interested to read in your memoir that this is what you've always wanted to do. When you were a little girl you were really into fashion and fashion magazines? Is that the case at here. I was raised in a very long town far far away from the fashion world and I think I was just intrigued. Picked by the fantasy That the fashion world represented. I just absorbed my mom's magazines every month when they came in the mail before she you got to read them Then I decided when I was a little kid in fourth grade to make my own and so I drew pictures of fashionable women on Construction instruction paper and then I proceeded to wrap the construction paper in Saran wrap for the glossy feel really so that was your magazines the glossy paper okay. That's cool you always in the cover. Just like Oprah and her magazine no no no. You became the editor of Teen Vogue at like the age of twenty eighty seven. Twenty nine twenty nine. Okay and teen vogue a few years ago I mean all of a sudden it seemed to go from like Oh how to impress your boyfriend with makeup to to how to seize the means of production it.

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"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"The Democrats debated once again on Wednesday with nine contenders and Tom. Sire taking the stage in Atlanta. It was the first debate since mayor. Pete Buddha the judge took a lead in the Iowa polls and everybody was gunning for him. They resent his popularity and his youth. Did you know that the year but a judge started high school Bernie me. Sanders was already ninety six years old all of the candidates. Let's want to prove their best equipped to take trump on right senator camel harrison. I'M A prosecutor Elizabeth Warren. She has this depth of knowledge but a judge has the advantage that trump will accidentally confuse him with Baron and be nice to him. I wouldn't count. They have been reading though about how much the other candidates are just annoyed by him because like Camel Harris he leaves his toys out. That's one of the the you're not. You're not going to be allowed to Canvas Pete unless you pick a blizzard with Warren. Nearly killed herself tripping over his legos if the debate the other while they're annoyed because like they're senators and stuff and they won statewide the office and as somebody pointed out people to judge one the office of Mayor of South Bend the first time with eight thousand votes not by eight eight thousand votes with thousand votes. More people vote for the winning butter sculpture at the Iowa. State fair.

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"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"elaine" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"He was laughing and smiling just like just just like they did back in Watergate. There's there's a cancer on the presidency and it's abul-ezz. The other star of the week was former staff half member on a hill. She is a British born Russia. Expert this is a woman who and this is a true story when she was a girl in class taking a test. Ask some boy behind her. Set Her pigtails on fire. In this is true she reached back. put it out with her hand and then just proceeded to continue to ace the test. This is true but the most amazing part of that story. That boy behind her is now president of the United States. It's been a real a banner week for like severe unflappable ladies. Yes God I just want for my birthday. I would view and a hill to testify against me. You know really really yeah. I would pay money for that. It'd be like yes dragged me more. Sounds like a sounds like a broadway. Show severe unflappable lady. uh-huh what's weird. Is that despite. There's all this very hostile energy. How orderly Schiff keeps it so? At the end of every hearing Republican Republican devin nunes the ranking member. He makes this bizarre rant tearing apart the Democrats and accusing Schiff of all these things and afterwards shift just says I thank the gentleman. This is a witch hunt led by dishonest warlock and Adam Chef Jeff whose mom looks like an old hab I think the gentleman you know if he's not wearing one of those dog thunder vests. I don't know how always doing it would. You can't save. Is it underneath his underneath the dancers this little stuffed animal the shifts during the season. All right Leah. Here is your next quote. You're literally a wiggle baby. That was somebody on twitter. Criticizing Peter Footage as you participated in. What big event on Wednesday? Oh the democratic debate yes right very good..

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"elaine" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

StartUp Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"elaine" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

"How they look in their cell fees you know when the truth is far from that all of a sudden teen vogue was turning around under lanes leadership by early 2017 twenty seventeen digital subscriptions had increased by more than five hundred percent and website traffic more than doubled elaine's bosses s to present her vision for the next two years of teen vogue so she got to work crafting her plan for the future of the magazine and <hes> just before the presentation a couple of days before I was pulled into a meeting where I was informed that <hes> the likely outcome regardless of what I presented in this meeting was that teen vogue would cease its print publication and this is how long before you're given the meeting if this is today's and this is also like at the peak of Teen vogues momentum and I thought that the work that was coming out of teen boat was really important but at the end of the day the magazine was going away whether I like to not and so it was a tough tough pill to swallow because I saw so much potential for what teen vogue could continue to mean in the world I thought that way but <hes> of course the company didn't at the time and they felt like the bottom line was that do it was a numbers game listen. It's a reality that many magazines have faced and especially in recent years especially teen magazines so it wasn't entirely US uprise. It didn't come out of nowhere but it was a really hard reality. Swallow given the moment the incredible momentum that we had sort of created right well so part of it seems to be that like you fell in love with this world of of magazines wins and sort of like that's where I want to get to and we're like sort of like working away their got your way to the top to this like moment of sort of like really amazing influence in this world that you love at the very moment that that world is basically weekly sort of collapsing while said is that how it felt exactly how it felt the print edition of Teen Vogue was done conde nast offered Elaine two different role in the organization but that dream job that Elaine had worked for years to achieve editor in chief. The magazine is going away so she had a decision to make what was the pro and con like described the debate in your head about like should stay conscious. I do something else but will it was the known in the unknown and and for so long my identity had been a magazine editor and it was a hard thing to trust and believe that I could create more things that added more value into the world so I think the battle in my mind was like do I stay in the Conde Castle this place that I had worked so long to get into <hes> but under the circumstances of feeling not totally clear about why I'm still there like my was very much rooted teen bogue <hes> and so to have my wi- taken away it was hard thing to walk away from but it was in heart harder thing to stay in. I think that's what I ultimately realized. <hes> I wanted to be the kind of person who was always is filled with passionate and purpose and and for me that was outside of the Conde Walls <hes> I just had to make the leap these days you could say Elaine is mid leap. She's trying to build her own empire of sorts. Wrenching into other forms of Media Nia shoot an episode of grown starring Yard Shahidi who had been on the cover of teen vogue and Elaine recently joined the reality T._v.. Show project runway as a judge. How's the leap in never looked back never once thought manager for a second not even a millisecond nope and that's how I know it was it was time it was time? There's one other thing Elaine has done. Since leaving Conde Nast. She wrote a book about the whole experience. It's called more than enough claiming space for who you are no matter what they say since doors now without fail assisted by me and produced.

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"elaine" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"elaine" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Natural interests working two jobs studying as well as keeping on top of pre existing is's elaine struggled to cope in july two thousand twelve she was contemplating suicide realizing she needed hogue elaine admitted herself to hospital for treatment franco hara was surprised when elaine check to sophian hey thought she'd been doing well lightly it was her fourteenth staying saint edmundsbury elaine had been in hospital since they edge of sixteen the catalysts for her first visit in her mid teens was the death of a close friend in a road accident elaine was also bullied causing her to withdraw dos aliko so f masking next of her problems from her family elaine shoulder the burden alone today sixteen she attempted to take her own life the family was shouted having filed to notice the sohn's elaine was admitted to sign edmund spree hospital where she was traded by a staint sarcoma tryst dr anthony clay initially dr clare was on chill what the dog is a lane with she had an inherent vulnerability a child lucky innocence into submissive personality emotions were cute and strong compared to others she would react in all and take longer to return to accom stay elaine found it difficult to interact with people and believed she was constantly being judged by others to some she befriended elaine was considered naty hawed drama and emotionally volatile and eventually a behavior would cause the friendship to wind she data held that for major twelve onwards she had intrusive thoughts described as a plane her head in which he was restrained imprisoned and punished of the click included they thoughts were an obsession for a light and had manifested in what he noted as disturbing into masculine sexual fantasies during his initial dog noises dope declare considered a lane was experiencing gradually emerging psychosis but lighter rooted there upon further consideration he diagnosed.

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"elaine" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"elaine" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Store so for folks who are anxious or or prone to social anxiety so we tend to hold things close to the vest we tend to not talk about ourselves not reveal much and that's actually a mistake in so 'cause relationships intimacy not necessarily sexual intimacy but just getting to know another person is elaine errand talks about this is gradual and reciprocal and so that means revealing a little bit about what you can do and feel and then you will likely get back something about what the other person thinks does and feels and it doesn't have to be a confession it doesn't have to be your deepest darkest secret it doesn't have to be your life story you know talking about something as simple as the weather can be a disclosure you can say like oh i'm so glad it's raining today 'cause i find the gray skies really sued him or you know oh it's finally sunny i'm so glad to have been getting i've totally been having cabin fever that's a disclosure that's talking about yourself even though technically you're still talking about the weather and so to talk about oneself is part of building a friendship another thing is to keep showing up that it takes on average six to eight conversations real conversation not just hey before someone considers you a friend and so yeah yeah stop at five and i wondered something was wrong with me exactly you figured out the what happens is that because it's driven by perfectionism a lot of folks social anxiety go into a social situation and expect to connect instantly with a new with potential new friend like with a stranger or the expect to go to an event like walkout arminarm with a new buddy and that doesn't happen and so what we have to do is to have repetition to keep showing up over and over and that means that the places where you want to meet people are where you see the same people over and over like this what i call the steady drumbeat of the same faces so like meet ups where the crowd changes every time are actually is actually not a good place but if you if you go to a dog park with your dog at the same people are there every morning that's perfect or if you drop off your kid at school and the.

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