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"ellen oprah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:17 min | 9 months ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is Oprah. Got it? Do we want to live in the same Oprah neighborhood? Would you live with Oprah in the same neighborhood? This is the Colleen and Bradley show. I'm Colleen Lindstrom. That's Bradley trainer. And why are we asking? You got the chip and Joanna Gaines Because Chip and Joanna Gaines do want to live in the same neighborhood as Oprah. So I saw this story about Chip and Joanna Gaines wanting to move into Montecito, which, of course, Is the beloved fancy Dancy neighborhood where the average home costs about five some odd milk, while the median home price is about five, some odd million dollars, and I saw this story about Chip and Joanna Gaines, the first of all rented a house in that neighborhood. They loved it so much, apparently that they are now looking for a house and I was like God, would you want to be In the same neighborhood is Oprah Winfrey. Now a lot of other people live their 651641171. Could you would you live in the same neighborhood is Oprah. But my the real question is like, how does how does that work? Exactly? I just feel like there would be so much expectation to live in the same neighborhood as Oprah. Um But it would also be fascinating right because Oprah lives in your neighborhood. So like, oh, you know the lady down the street Who is going to bring you bars? You can Gladys Kravitz broken Gladys Kravitz her all day, right? And also I would just like to point out That it's not like your average neighborhood. So this is not the kind neighborhood where, like Gladys Kravitz, Gladys Kravitz is gonna need binoculars right? Because the next house away is like these houses are not eleventy billion acres, so as Chip and Joanna Gaines decide for themselves, and by the way, I want to talk about this experience, but As chip and Joanna Gaines decide whether or not they're going to live next to the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Katy Perry, Ellen de generous Ariana Grande Prince Harry Meghan Markle. And I think Doesn't Gwyneth have a house in Montecito? Probably. Anyway, Um As they decide whether or not they're going to live there. And by the way, realtor dot com pulled some houses that are currently for sale in this neighborhood. I thought to myself do I really Could I really live in the same neighborhood is Oprah. 6516411 Oh 71. Do you want to live in the same neighborhood? As good old Oprah. I mean, honestly. Like I would. I want to get in one of those houses just to get in one of those houses to see what that's like. To be well. You know, close to Oprah. You know to have love scenes with Oprah. And those okay? I'm not doing it. Sorry. You You need to explain to people what you just did. Well, there was a There's a quote from Terrence Howard about making out with Oprah and her breasts. But there are I mean, you know, like I said, median house prices about $5 million, but some of the homes they picked for Chip and Joanna Gaines as they go Hollywood, by the way. Um, you know, there's one for 9.5 million. There's one for 12 Million. I mean, I really do think I would. Normally you would think I would want no part of living in the same neighborhood as people like. Oprah. Not because I don't love Oprah, but because I just feel like it would come with a lot of You know, like Ellen Oprah, Katy Perry like that's a lot of There's a lot that's going to go along with that. I feel like a lot of expectations. Like I can't just walk my dog and sweat when in the same neighborhood as these high profile celebrities, you can't be the neighbor that doesn't have a good gardener that keeps track of the shrubbery. Or like that doesn't water and gets that brown patch on your lawn. Well, I know the expectation for me would be high, but at the same time you'd get to be neighbors with Oprah like I honestly think I would do it. Okay, But I'm going to say something. I don't mean to lift my leg on this, and then we'll go to the calls. But the thing is, is like the other thing about it is Oprah's not if you're not going to be there all the time. That's true, but that she's had all them other houses that might be true. Good. 0.651641171. Do you want to be Oprah's neighbor? We got married on the line. Hi, Mary. Mary Mary, Do you want to be Oprah's neighbor? Mary? Hi, Mary. Hi. How are you? Good. Do you like? Do you want to be Oprah's neighbor Lived? I love Oprah. And I love the gains. Love them. Love them. I would not want to live next door to either of them. Why? Well, yet it water your lawn. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You got to make you afraid of being judged by them. Your dog ast parking, But don't you think you'd get some great ship lap advice from Joanna Gaines? Should give you some great but Julianna games would give you some good decorating tips, Perhaps a little. And that's great. Except my cats would destroy it. Yeah, I don't need and I've already got it. I live in a each away. I get the call. Oh, um, Did you pay your water bill? It's like Really people. Uh, alright. Thank you, Mary. You know it's enough when you just have regular people up in your grill, But now you've got Oprah and Ellen up in your grill. Right? Let's go to be. Hello, B. B. Would you like to be neighbors with Oprah? I absolutely would. I recently listened to one of her super soul podcast, where she describes what her neighborhood and neighbors are like, and the parties that this woman gets invited to the barbecues. Block parties, the pool parties, the garden parties and I'm like, I just want to be there for the party. It just sounds amazing. Describes it herself. It's so magical. Yeah, I mean, see, that's the thing like, I bet they have really good, like caterers and food, and I met some great food. Thank you Be for your call. I also feel like when you move into the neighborhood, the welcome basket you get from Oprah. Pretty pretty, uh, legit. It's all her favorite. She probably a car. She just rolls up a try. Yeah, and like a Pontiac, and it's like You get a car? Get a car. Let's go to, buddy. Hi, buddy. Buddy, Would you like to be neighbors with Oprah? Think there's pros and cons to the whole thing. Could you imagine your housewarming gift would be like a new car? Or like if she needed to borrow some eggs? If they're like good I borrowed. Oh, ha Be kind of art. Yeah, that's true. That's true, But she would just go to Megan Markle house because Megan's got those chickens right. Please. I have better eggs than her. I don't know if you know what that means, but I liked it. Hey, buddy, Thank you for for that. And thank you for that extra dose of snark. That was fun. Let's go to Jeanie. Hi, Jeannie. Jeannie, would you want to be neighbors with Oprah? Absolutely not. Then why all of the traffic can you imagine? Okay, Daniel on 11 acres or whatever. But then How would I just hide spending 5,000,020 million, whatever on the house Wealthy people or something. I mean, I don't love this sounds crazy to me. It's a love that you're being practical. I appreciate that. Thanks for your call, Jeannie..

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hey, if you see something, say something Oh, that is catchy, huh? Time for atheists. See something? Say something with Donna And Steve. If you see something, say something come on, and party tonight. Well challenge anymore, Steve. Also, it's not a challenge for Ellen anymore. That's what Ellen is saying, um this story now floating all around. So here's the deal. She's gonna be wrapping up her show at the conclusion. Of the 2021 2022 season. Oh, I see. So it's not going to be because we're in May were the end of the 21 season right now s so it's not like she's just gonna be wrapping it up here. In a couple of weeks. It's essentially announcing that next year is going to be this upcoming fall season leading into next spring will be her going away party, her farewell tour of sorts, and she just says she needs something new to challenge her. She's gonna be talking about this. On the May 13th episode of Ellen. Oprah's gonna be on gonna be her guest. That's tomorrow. Let's tomorrow on Oprah's gonna be on. Oh, I thought she was going to Oprah. Oprah's coming to her. And then they're going to discuss the news on that meat 13 show Ellen degenerate, saying, quote. When you're a creative person, you constantly need to be challenged in his great as this show is And as fun as it is, It's just not a challenge anymore. Um, yeah, and the ratings are not great anymore. They've lost about a million viewers a lot since the toxic work allegations came out. And so she had been at about. I believe 2.5 million per episode. And then it dropped down to 1.5 million, and that's big. That's a big that's a big number for syndicators and things like that. And Warner Brothers is speaking very kindly of her one of their executives saying something along the lines of you know, all good things have to come to an end. But you hope that truly great things never will. And that's how they feel about Ellen, and she'll always be a part of the Warner Brothers family. Of course, she's got a bunch of other projects that she works at. And on a to Warner Brothers Lot, the masked dancer Her game of games show. She's got a bunch of stuff those don't feel like a challenge. You know what I mean? It just feels like the same old same old Ellen ish stuff. You know when she's doing the Ellen Show? Her her yearly haul with I suppose all of our projects probably At 84 million Oh, my gosh, is that include all of the products? She probably gets a cut of because you could buy so you can buy underwear that say, Ellen, There's so many questions. And she does endorsements, too. Wasn't she like a cover girl for a while? Yeah, she is so rich. She doesn't care anymore. Yeah. Just go. Chill, man. Do some charity and stuff do some stand She loves doing stand up. The last stand up special. She had I was pretty good I liked it is good. Yeah. You know, and you have to think too. No matter what side of the argument you're on when it comes to the allegations about the work environment, and they sent some people packing at Ellen Show. Think of your own job. Whatever you do know, there are days when you think you know what? I don't want to deal with this anymore. I can walk. I'll go get something somewhere else. I'm not gonna deal with this. Anymore. But then what do we have? Then? We were normal people. We start thinking about 41 case and medical benefits. And you know the assurance of getting paid every two weeks. These are really great things. She does not have to think about that at all, because not only does she Like we would all be more bold with our career if we had a multi million dollar safety net, right and she has that And if she doesn't want to deal with any of the backlash or hear about how the ratings are bad, because the environment was bad, she can just very easily say I'm over it, and she is still Though the ratings don't mirror it. She is still a beloved person in Hollywood, er and will still find plenty of work behind the scenes in front of a camera, please. Yeah, She's hoping that she can land up nice. Big role is she's really Yeah. Oh, I don't know that it specifically movies but that the Hollywood reporter articles saying that she's hoping there's a juicy role out there for her and that she can spend some more time on conservation efforts. But she was doing 100 and 80 shows. Yeah, a year. She's gonna be over 3000 when all this is said and done, that's that's pretty impressive. That's when you think about. Yeah. Just how much energy and time and different guests and Yeah, I mean, yeah. Inside a repeat, some stuff gets boring, right? She's done 2400 celebrity interviews or she will have by the time she's done. That's a lot. That's a lot of preparation that a lot of energy It's sad that she went from being like the talk show that you wanna be on. If you're a celebrity, too, or you stopped for let me distance myself from this person, You know, possibly in Hollywood. Do you feel like people have distanced themselves? I feel like she got more support than anything. Well, they started out with the people saying Ellen's mean, you know, and then other people coming to her defense. Yeah, you know, But here's Here's what happens. I think business takes over in these talk shows circuits unless there's really bad blood between somewhere someone's been, you know, blacklisted from being back on the show for some reason, right? You have an agent or a manager who's like do you need to go talk about your movie? Because you're gonna reach 1.5 million women between the ages of 25 54 to go? Yeah. You know not to say that there were people that had that, But I think even if there are when it's not blatant when she's still on the air when she's saying I'm trying to correct this environment, then it's like, okay, well, I'm gonna go talk to about a million and a half people. Right, which was 2.5 million people, But it's a million and half will take it. She's had so many fillings too lately. Oh, really? Oh, my gosh. In the last year, it's like every time you turn it on, it's not her. Does anybody think that this could be a result of Twin cities live at four. We got extended the 90 minutes now going head to head with Alan. Four o'clock. I haven't read the full article, the original one from the Daily Mail, but that was problem that's excited. On a youth. You've been done. You were a guest at four o'clock. Dani, You were guest co hosting a couple weeks ago. Four o'clock. You sense the electricity in that super quiet studio all the energy for sure. I could feel the listeners. Yes, you know, Watchers viewers. Watchers. I like that. The Watcher, I got their community watcher. It's like a new show the watchers and it's just a bunch of Karen's who watch stuff from their windows. Watch. There's an SNL sketch in there somewhere somewhere. That's what you guys should start doing sketches. On your show..

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Five Larry's being. How dare you say that to me? What did I say? I don't know. But how dare Here's a short list of some of Daisy Arnett's innovations that we see now is normal. Filming in front of a live studio audience that's dizzy. The use of three cameras, the cats the action of the actors, Daisy again, another innovation he brought reality to TV. Like when the star of the show Lucy was pregnant. Here's Arnett's talking on late night with David Letterman and said, Lucy's gonna have a baby. Jesus. What are we gonna do? I said, What do you mean what we're gonna do, which is gonna have a baby? That's what we're gonna do. You know, you could even say that we're pregnant. In those days, they signed licensing deals to make money off the pregnancy. His biggest innovation, though, was deciding to rerun episodes of the show. While Lucy recovered. Daisy pioneered reruns. Now does he earn is rarely spoke of the racism he faced in Hollywood, but Lucille Ball did. She said on many occasions that he didn't get the credit he deserved from their show business peers here she is talking to Barbara Walters in the eighties. I knew what he had suffered. Really and how he did not deserve back and just because he was Cuban and once a bongo player did not want calling him any of those names and he worked very hard. And that a lot of respect for what he did, and they forgot about that. Today's TV makers are beginning to recognize desert, Inez was like the first famous Cuban in the United States that crushed it. Gloria Calderon. Kellett is a producer and writer. She produced shows such as How I Met Your Mother. Rules of Engagement. And the revamp of one day at a time Her family fled the Castro Revolution and Calderon Kellett says she doesn't think her family or other Cubans would have been as readily accepted. If I love Lucy, a show about a Cuban family hadn't been so popular and so, 10 years later, when it's like, Hey, these Cuban Children need asylum. America's like, Oh, my God! Ricky Ricardo is awesome. Those guys are the best. The kindness of strangers is what we benefited from. I think because As your nest was going T V So there is very much a chance that I would not be sitting here talking to you right now had does here and it's not been on a TV screen in 1952, Kellett says. You gotta love Lucy. But if you love Lucy or Raymond, Ellen, Oprah or Tyler Perry, then you need to thank Daisy. Our nets for NPR News. I'm sorry. Clinton in Hollywood. Support for planet money comes from progressive insurance with the name your price tool, offering a range of coverage and price options to choose from. Now that's progressive Mauritz progressive dot.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Actors, Daisy again, another innovation he brought reality to TV. Like when the star of the show Lucy was pregnant. Here's Arnett's talking on late night with David Letterman. I said, Lucy's gonna Have a baby. Jesus. What are we gonna do? I said, What do you mean, why we're going to do which is gonna have a baby. That's what we're gonna do. You know, you could even say that we're pregnant. In those days, they signed licensing deals to make money off the pregnancy. His biggest innovation, though, was deciding to rerun episodes of the show. While Lucy recovered. Daisy pioneered reruns. Now there's ER Nez rarely spoke of the racism he faced in Hollywood, but Lucille Ball did. She said on many occasions that he didn't get the credit he deserved from their show business peers here she is talking to Barbara Walters in the eighties. I knew what he had suffered. Really and how he did not deserve back and just because he was Cuban and once a bongo player did not want calling him any of those names and he worked very hard. And got a lot of respect for what he did. And they forgot about that. Today's TV makers are beginning to recognize Desert, as was like the first famous Cuban in the United States that crushed it. Gloria Calderon. Kellett is a producer and writer. She produced shows such as How I Met Your Mother Rules of Engagement and the Revamp of one day at a time. Her family fled the Castro Revolution and Calderon Kellett says she doesn't think her family or other Cubans would have been as readily accepted. If I love Lucy, a show about a Cuban family hadn't been so popular and so, 10 years later, when it's like, Hey, these Cuban Children Need asylum. America's like, Oh, my God! Ricky Ricardo's awesome Those guys are the best. The kindness of strangers is what we benefited from, I think because As your nest was hung TV, So there is very much a chance that I would not be sitting here talking to you right now had does here and has not been on a TV screen in 1952. Kellett says. You gotta love Lucy. But if you love Lucy or Raymond, Ellen, Oprah or Tyler Perry, then you need to thank Daisy. Our nets for NPR News. I'm scenario Clinton in Hollywood support for Planet Money comes from progressive insurance with the name your price tool, offering a range of coverage and price options to choose from. Now that's progressive Mauritz progressive dot.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Entertainment, calling Lindstrom Bradley trainer. So remember the other day we were talking about how Meghan and Harry signed a $112 million I'm sorry, £112 Million Netflix deal to make TV series and films And then we read some blind items, and they were like, too bad. All of his ideas are crap. Right. Remember, that's not good. Also. Did they ever connect this with her? Or was the deal just with him? That we That's been announced, anyway. I believe it was both of them, okay? But the story that we heard the blind item that we heard that I think you're referring to was basically that he was the one coming up with all the crap ideas. Anyway, there is a rumor. That they've already planned their first Netflix reality. Siri's. Are you ready to hear what the gist of the Siri's will be? Well, Yeah, okay. Allegedly it will be a docuseries, which will follow them for three months and focus on Their charitable work. Oh, my gosh. Can you please give us the audio version of what your face just did. But is it so? So obvious, right? I mean, I not try like I'm sure it'll be fascinating, but that Bar. Will it be, though I feel like we want. I feel like we could do a little bit better. Speaking of sniffing your own brand, I mean, you found but but it is right. Like so when you hear their thinking, they're like this. This a big deal. I thought he was going to be like show like buddy comedies or something like you. You think it means they're developing, you know and well in Tim documentarian. To be fair, she is You know, it's an actress in like, very successful. She was in suits, you know, since I was a successful television show, Yeah. I mean, I would expect more out of her in terms of pitching television. Then I would out of him Except for that, remember, I mean, The impression we get About Meghan is that she's a little bit self focused, right? And so this is not like everything about this smells right to me, even though it smells funky. It smells right that they would be that they would be like, Okay. Okay. Well, we've got an idea. For a reality show. It would be like a documentary and you just follow us around while we do good things. Also remember they're also trying to make this stuff go here in the United States. What do you make this stuff? Go themselves. Go like there. Oh, sure, They do need to have some good pieces. So this is the interesting thing like we when I say we, you know, America is mildly obsessed with and that's an understatement with the royal family. Certainly with Megan and Harry. I mean, I think Americans are formed far more positive about Harry and Megan. Than like the UK audiences, So they have a greater potential here, so it makes sense that they would try to, you know. Because you can they put Harry and Megan on a par with celebrities like Ellen Oprah. The Obama's also by the way, people who are in their sphere of influence right? And so I think this is totally on brand with that like that level of although I mean, if you look at the Obama's, for example, on what they've produced on television, I I feel like I expect more of a Harry. Me too. And Meghan right well, and that's why this is like I had a different idea of what they would be charged with the task of producing with that, But well, maybe this is like the first like Let's show this is the low hanging fruit. Right. So do you want to know a little bit more about Kind of what? We're what we're hearing first. So okay, I got to see who this PR executive is. Itjust refers this article, which, by the way, is in the daily mail from the sun, So take it all with a grain of salt. But I also think that it's It's a very small grain of salt, because it does sound so on brand, but they spoke with a PR executive Mark Borkowski. I don't know what he's a PR executive of or if he has anything to do with the story or if he's just commentating commenting on it, But he told the Sun quote, viewers will be interested to see what they're up to, but there needs to be authenticity. They have laid out a grand plan and are fulfilling it. They're doing this all on their own terms. So essentially what he's saying from a PR perspective is Like we know why they're doing this. They're doing this to show kind of like Teo to cement their own place in the world right now as non Royals, But they're gonna have to show some authenticity. It can't just be blowing smoke. This is true. Yeah, right. And this is absolutely because, while a certain section of the audience is going to eat up whatever they produce, because there are those people who are just all on board, there's also a significant part of the audience that's not sold yet. On DH probably buys into some of the you know, like crappy negative coverage that they've gotten, so it'll be interesting to see if they can sort of transcend because the first test was what How the audience would react to these two in terms of flight creative endeavors. The first test was that elephants No, I just made that up elephants, the things she Ah voiced for Disney. Oh, yeah, I'm like, first of all when you said elephants I thought you were saying, like A word that doesn't exist like a N c. E l a fans. What is an elephants? So she did the multiple elephants, But yes, I had forgotten about that. What I was thinking about Is that book? Oh, sure, Sure, sure, because that book was the first sort of like here's our side of the story. Finding freedom. Yeah, and people. I think rightly, some people were critical of like just how And to be fair. They've said they were not connected to this book in anyway, right, But it was the first time you had a major mainstream piece of creative work. Showcase their things from a more Pro Harry and Megan perspective, right so And that that got them so far, But now it's like, two. Your point. We need some authenticity, which means like And and I know I can hear people say like why they don't owe you any authenticity if people like that, and they buy that, that's enough. I just think like they have so much potential toe actually share some really valuable stuff about themselves because of the unique position that they Aaron. I am not saying they're not worthy of sharing creative content, right. I'm just being very particular about what kind of creative kind of I would want to see And that is something that's genuine to who they really are right? And not only that, but so this to me. All all.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on The Game Changing Podcast

The Game Changing Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on The Game Changing Podcast

"I knew when I was leaving allstate myg mission of serving. A billion lives that success leaves trails and I knew I had been successful in allstate also new to serve many more I had to follow along in the footsteps of as Tony. Robbins has said success leaves trials. What does that look like hence why studied with Tony for a year and a half because what we realize as I've already said is businesses are only successful because they got successful people behind them running them. So I followed him Oprah is another individual that I would say is one of I individuals that I looked to has gone from just like me a very, very bad upbringing and turned her life around. And I knew that that success leaves trails and just like her her name is or PAS. Or Pas Not Oprah and everyone spells my name with an a at the end everyone misspelled her name and there were so many amazing parallels that made me realize let's just honor that because I love the beauty that's inside of it our goal is to be attached to nothing because the longer we hold on to something the longer we get held back from our own greatness and so I realized by honoring this what's absolutely beautiful is this is my next stage in life and I want to help other individuals let go. Shift two millimeters it's not a big shift in life. We got all these gurus out there saying, let's change everything you're doing you don't need to change everything. You just need to find your footing. Work with someone that is a leader that's going where you're going and you will shift two millimeters instead. But this game we call life and so hence, why followed Ellen Oprah Tony and my name Anita and my personal brand is literally about giving people their voices when I was younger, I had no voice nobody hurt me. I had a voice, but it fell on deaf ears once I was born again I realized my gift from God was to help individuals find their voice to step into their greatness because if you can't speak up, you will always follow behind another and if you don't speak up, you may not be in the right space and so by giving people their voices, it allows me the opportunity..

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Then you're like. How you come over yeah. Yeah I mean Wolverine Sucked my Dick Walmart time. Now, actually fuck you know no no. Come over come over. We'll drink. We'll fuck all night and it's like now and this is a crawling at your feet, but you are turned on by or at least like it. Empires are but also say vampires are. Reptilians like. Vampires all their girlfriend. Generous. fucking people. Should care of that. Let's actually get an I was almost going to bring that up the other day. What the fuck happened now. So all her staff says that. Some of her staff says that the executives higher up staff? No, it said her it was all direct. What they're saying is that she doesn't give a fuck and that she was treating their employees like shit. There's theories that it was her employees treat her like people like Shit just turn a blind eye to it but there's also theories that it was legit her cash. It also looks like fucking nosrat raw to in the first place. Here's the thing except you haven't seen that. Originally. Here's the thing though tell me one I want to hear one anybody I'm welcome open to any comment here. One TV producer or executives or person that owns a TV show or anybody along those lines. That doesn't treat their employees like shit. Tell me one. I'd love to hear it. Stephen Colbert no, he does. He does percent everybody does man. It's hot. Okay maybe nobody heaters his own. Okay. Maybe actually might be right on that one versus you actually might be right on that one. Guy But he's not that big trees, their Spain exactly. But to be fair, he's not that big. So. Maybe that's why he. Or she goes deep and I think I like I really liked Allen, and if she is part of this. I really liked to four making fun of her saying maybe she's the one like lubrication the Dick's for fucking Jeffrey. St Right. God holy the fact how if it could be that deep if she knew and the whole point of why people say this shit is because People Oprah and Ellen seemed to have such a voice about like women's rights and. I. Know No. General of saying how fucked up it is why are they not saying Shit? Anything other Jeffrey Epstein Making. His Lane Maxwell making a lot of money. It makes no sense you. About every issue over here's the thing though so you make a living for yourself. You can't judge them right away. I want you to picture yourself in that she is here. Here's the thing Tom it's. Make a looking for yourself. You find a TV show and you actually pursue. It's the Tom Thomson Tom Prentice show. And he makes a living for himself. And everybody is tuning in and Holy Fuck, but you're making money. You're making bank you're in the millions right now you have a wife named poorest listen and people come up to you and they're like listen. We're the reason behind your money. If you ever say anything bad about US or a network or anything along those lines, we will strip you down to porn. You will be serving I understand. It's more like how much how much Tagger d I know you have versus Hey Watch. This guy fucking kid and if you say, Shit, we're GONNA ruin your career and if you don't say Shit Hey You're the biggest talk show that ever zero. Don't you have white, women dancing listen. For you to come in, it's not that does not even we're going to ruin your career. It's we will make you bankrupt. We will put you back to square one. Thousand nine hundred looking for jobs. A bunch of little girls I don't fuck entrust Allen. I liked Ellen. Oprah's Finicky I like Oprah Subaru like Ellen I really do. Both these and say fuck them. All right. So let's get into the vampire finch. This will be an example that definitely mean billy have many things. We're GONNA get into eventually we're going eventually film the PODCAST and if That was always bill is always have the idea when we. Yes. I'm just saying that if we're GONNA, film it to start with, it'll be read episodes because being you could just. Go on and on, and that's why can't keep it on a tight little rope. Billy's right now like Jackie me off. I feel like those those scenarios are what make. So the vampire finch vampire. Is a kind of subspecies linter fins finch I'm just. Beef of. finch native bird but it's found the Galapagos Islands. You know the glove was Alice's. You do actually no it. No. One hundred percent idea who founded the Galapagos Islands who founded them who found okay I don't know that. That's fine. I haven't Arnaud why because a Future Anna? No I know 'cause fucking history class God damned was island was found by by Darwin fucking Shit. That's. That's why he found all these crowds. That was was Helius fucking someone who founded around him. 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Meghan and Harry's Montecito Move Causes Headaches For New Neighbors

Colleen and Bradley

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Meghan and Harry's Montecito Move Causes Headaches For New Neighbors

"Start with the team Z story, Okay? Megan and Harry Montecito move causes headaches. Few new neighbors are already fed up, so I see. This headline, and I think, Wow, Okay, so that sounds like it's straight out of the daily mail. Everybody hates Harry and Megan, you know, showing up to their fancy neighborhood and creating all this chaos. And when you read the story, it basically is T M Z saying, you know, the locals like, for example, quote most locals tell us they want the paps to give it a rest. The paparazzi Because they feel things they're getting to the point where everyone's privacy is being compromised, and they're super annoyed, and they're saying That's because Harry and Megan moved to Montecito, and you've got all these other people in the neighborhood Ellen Oprah, Rob Lowe, Carol Burnett, Jane Lynch and the Kardashians by the way. On. They're all doing their thing in their private little enclave of Montecito, and they don't need all these paparazzi showing up to blow their cover and harsh. They're mellow.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"For friendly trainer. I mean, that's you. That's you High E am. Okay, let's get started by talking. Royals. They don't want. I don't want to roll. Leo's in Andheri. Yeah, yes. Oh, there are a couple stories about hair error you made. I always want to say he gonna marry. Why don't you just go with it? Marion Hagen, Hagen and Mary Meghan and Harry. There were a couple sitcom with all kinds of antics there. Well, welcome to that show. Right now. It's happening as we speak. No, there are a couple of stories about Harry and Megan in the tabloids yesterday, and I thought it was a perfect opportunity to revisit this couple now that they are more permanently stateside. Thus American tabloids are paying more attention and creating their own narratives around these two. So you know the problematic narratives around Harry and Megan's coverage a za relationship in the UK. The Daily Mail, for example, is actually the subject of a lawsuit based on how they covered Harry and Megan and the tabloid media and we have talked, you know, ad nauseum. Frankly, about how just violin unfair. The attacks against Megan were oftentimes in the British media, but I thought, Okay, let's take a look at American media and see how the American tabloids have begun to come to talk about these two. Are they going to ours now? Yeah, exactly. Right. Have them. Yeah, You're ours. Now. You're, um Are they falling for the same sort of tropes? You know, like Megan is, you know, like wielding her power and influence over a, you know, dolt. Prince Harry on, you know, applying him with all of her Mackin ations anybody? Because can we just hit the pause button for a second, like the thing that you need to know? Or that has been traditionally the case. There will be a storyline the tabloids need tohave. Kind of a story line that they're following or pushing right. That's just typical. But and so American media approaches tabloids a little differently in terms of how they interact, Right. Like we've talked about that ad nauseam on this show. I hope that you're not nauseated, but If you are, I don't know. I don't know why you listening or glutton for punishment, but thank you Keep a common but you know People magazine teams. They tend to take sort of stories direct from the celebrities, right? They're not as Um Ah. They're not as distasteful perhaps right in the way that they will attack road rude as the British tabloids appear to be. But also, I would say American tabloid. Sometimes they're kind of lazy. Well, here's the stories. Let's start with the team Z story, Okay? Megan and Harry Montecito move causes headaches. Few new neighbors are already fed up, so I see. This headline, and I think, Wow, Okay, so that sounds like it's straight out of the daily mail. Everybody hates Harry and Megan, you know, showing up to their fancy neighborhood and creating all this chaos. And when you read the story, it basically is T M Z saying, you know, the locals like, for example, quote most locals tell us they want the paps to give it a rest. The paparazzi Because they feel things they're getting to the point where everyone's privacy is being compromised, and they're super annoyed, and they're saying That's because Harry and Megan moved to Montecito, and you've got all these other people in the neighborhood Ellen Oprah, Rob Lowe, Carol Burnett, Jane Lynch and the Kardashians by the way. On. They're all doing their thing in their private little enclave of Montecito, and they don't need all these paparazzi showing up to blow their cover and harsh. They're mellow. OK, There's about a 10 ridiculous things about this one of them being when you just listed off all the other people that live in that Montecito neighborhood, the neighbors if you will. A lot of them are subject to tabloid fodder. Especially right now I'm looking at you, Ellen. I'm looking at you, Kardashians. In fact, the paparazzi caught up with Ellen on multiple occasions in her neighborhood. Right? So, so that's what My my. So my reaction to that team Z story. It's like, Wow, that just seems like you're lazy and doing like the Daily Mail's bidding here, Tim see Norm. So you want me to believe you just trips into the neighborhood teams and it was like trolling through the neighborhood. Hey, what do you think about Harry and Megan Kravitz is outfront watering her lawn and you're like, Hey, I got a question about Harry and Meghan and she gave up the goods. No, no. That's all. They also say the wayward Royals. Okay, so let's do a little Google search here for the definition of the word, wayward word difficult to control or predict because of unusual or perverse behavior. So the unusual and perverse Royals are also attracting tourists were told more visitors are showing up in town and asking local shop owners if they've seen Harry and Meghan. What? So okay, that seems totally normal because I don't know about you if I were in Montecito in like Barb's gift nook. I would be like, Hey, bar. What's it like to have Harry and Megan as your right neighbor? I bet they also ask. Hey, Barb. His Oprah shop here, You know, there's also It's It's California. It's a bottom goes. Yeah, Let me tell you a story right? Because it's good for business like Barb wants people in her gift knock because it's good for business. Right? Get all up in Barb's gift that also sounds dirty. Well, get all up in bars gift in my gift. Enough kids 20% on No. Anyway, so like this just sounds like so lazy. Yeah, I'm actually kind of stunned because typically normally teams Is good about taking. I mean, at least they'll take the the stuff that the celebrities air dishing out like, you know, Ellen calls teams and says, You know, these two are out of control. You need to put the kibosh on them. Like what I'm saying is like I don't necessarily expect teams Ito have the you know, like tabloid trash experience, even if it's the celebrities direct verbatim. Words that to me is more valuable because then I can that I can choose to do with it, whatever I will, But at least I know it's coming from like the source right here. This is just like, like what? You want me to believe that like Bob from T M Z, you know, took a walk through the neighborhood in Montecito. Also, take a step back and think about this right like In Montecito. The kind of homes were talking about our sprawling estates. Not like our houses in South Minneapolis. It's not like they were walking down to my neighbor's bathroom. Yeah, exactly right, like it is like they're far apart from each other, so like it's not like They're getting noise complaints because Archie's so loud but anything they don't own their property. Much less like five doors down. Okay, So that was one story that was one way to tabloids air covering the Royals. Harry and Meghan. Now that they're living in full are in Florida in Montesinos hit me with another. There was another story in Page six. And it says Prince Harry is loving his fantastic near life in California. Now this comes to us again from the daily Mail. Prince Harry has raved about loving his fantastic new life in the US thanks to having quote a little bit of space to play with his son outside during their locked down Oh, Okay. Um, anyone? Ah, he is. Loving his fantastic new life. Thanks to a little bit of space to play with his son during lock down. Oh, that sounds so delightfully humble and charming. They live on a $15 Million states. Also, can I like, Do they not have a lot of room in there Other place? It's um I mean, I know the British, you know, like in London, those castles Khun B, old and drafty and cramped on occasion as compared to California realestate, But something tells me that a little bit of space. Is perhaps overdoing it. Or the 18,000 Square foot $14.65.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on WJR 760

"You listening to mate? For God's sake, fella? I'm on TV every five minutes, Not watch those hands thoroughly. Okay, matching them, not Lancia question. What was your question? Does President Trump not find you funny? Well, First of all, he's an incredible man. Incredible. Yes, that's on the list of words. I can you list? Yes, the list. He didn't give me if he didn't give you saying he gave it to me is not on the list. Okay, so using the word incredible for the president is okay for you. Yes, And I think the legal meaning of the word. Incredible as in You have never seen anything like this person is in the and accurate description on how would you describe your current relations with the president? Well, first of all, we don't have relations. Let's get Let's get that clear from the start. I don't want that getting out there. No relations, not having relations service feet at all times. Okay, Speaking of that, does the president do the social distancing thing with you? Well, sometimes Sometimes, let's just say he has an unusual sense of humor. Such as sometimes he'll make a noise like he's about to sneeze, and he'll run over to me and pulled my mask down and say I got you foul cheese made Jeff Lynch 11. He does that. Uh, sadly, it happens at least once a week. By the way, have you wipe down the counter where you're sitting? Not just yet. Get a Sana, wipe. Come on, man. How many times do I have to say it? I was on Channel Toe Channel for Channel 7 700 Club Santa Wipe. It's not rocket science. Okay, All right, All right. All right. All right. All right, Mitch, I'm sorry. I'm a little on edge. It's this damn closet. Closet. Well, don't let the White house here You say that word. They call it an executive office. But it's actually a closet. Well, let's see it as a coat rack. Boxes. Measures three by four fate. What? What do you call it? A closet. You said it not made Doctor fat. You sound a little jumpy, jumpy. Wouldn't you'll be jumping? Every five minutes. They tell me I'm going to get fired. Then I have to go on Jimmy Kimmel. Then they tell me I'm going to get fired. Then I have to go on Jimmy Fallon. Plus, I keep getting calls from these girls thinking I'm bread Pitt. Well, are you going to get fired? Who said that? I didn't say that. Who told you that? Did someone tell you that? What did you hear? Don't get too close, but just tell me but don't get too close by the way. Are you where you are wearing a mask, aren't you? Not while I'm broadcast. Good God, man I use Don't call. I've been on Ellen Oprah, Phil when the the view, But you The real theon. Really? How many more times do I have to say it? Where are my men? My paws. I might as well be talking to that stuffed dog in the oval off when I thought it was a real dog. Really? It doesn't move much. Maybe Corona virus, Doc. Fancy. Maybe we should wrap this up. Yeah. So they're coming to.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on The Good Fight Radio Show

The Good Fight Radio Show

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on The Good Fight Radio Show

"About when she flashes herself and stuff? How do you feel about that? I actually don't see you underneath. This is a good thing. That's best did you hear that. Madonna admits he's under the stage. Busy doing things not allowed to see yourself naked on stage. She doesn't want her own flesh and blood to be corrupted. Just like you know them and so many other artists. And there's a number of them that you've seen as well but they're willing to corrupt millions of other people's children and it's very heartbreaking and you know what parents should be saying you know especially Christian. Parents should be saying. Wait a minute. These guys don't want their own children to be corrupted by their evil. Why would I let my children corrupted by the evil? You know. That's exactly Eh? Forty hours then. Lot of people are seeing now a lot of parents on. I'm probably not GONNA shock out ton of people here with this. But doing the reports on what Madonna and Eleanor Abbott into Behind the scenes the demonic activity It is absolutely demonic these. I would not be surprised if if bowls words possess and I and I'm being completely serious I've done a ton of stuff you have shown beyond say I've shown beyond say in light of her actually admitting she's demon possessed but these two Madonna Ellen would not be surprised if they're both not demon possessed. That's what makes makes this a pop culture and artistic messages going into the homes in America today even more dangerous because then kids innocently think these lyrics are just fine. No big deal but here. They're opening up their heart and their mind to someone that could be demon possessed and promoting this a message to kids. That is so spiritually damaging. And that's why we have so many kids that are depressed suicidal low self esteem. Not Eating is Doing a great job in school anxiety. I've your blasted every week with hundreds of messages for parents and teens say what am I gonNa do if my kid. I said well honestly start with a clean media diet. What are they listening to an ingesting? It's not just the food we feed them for physical food. It's what are they getting for? Pop Culture the messages in their brain on a daily basis because it's speeding their soul and killing them. As a result they're going to have these Deadly thoughts dreams and corruption going on change their media diet. Then get back to me after month and see if there was an a difference and I have tons of youtube video clips from Young People. That did just that with my challenge. When I go speak and do my Hollywood expose shows that save their lives have drastically changed over a star period time just by changing what goes in their brain. Yeah I think that is. It's so interesting that you know for the Christian it should be just normative. It should be normative that we would say. Wait a second guys. Look this is demonic and you mentioned beyond say that's probably the most viewed clip we've ever had as our our. Sasha the Subaru and Satan clip that we put out on when she was on the Super Bowl stage the first time and the second time. We did a video as well but the first time and we played a clip that I think a lot of people were just dumbfounded by because she literally says about the first time she felt something else come into her. 'cause you couldn't act the way that she acts the way. She sings spirit that she dubbed. Sasha possesses whereas you know could you just think it's interesting because you know Chad was saying to me a couple weeks ago? I thought it was interesting and I do this but it was pretty cool to hear. He said I can't believe how many discerning women are ended. This love you know. Less teachings good flight ministry and he's just and I said. Yeah it's pretty awesome. You know there's a lot of incredibly disturbing women out there that just loves Jesus and Love Truth and I was praising God because he call yourself you know the counterculture mom and I love it because I thought. Isn't it interesting because God is giving you an avenue to speak to people that a lot of people are reaching a? There's a ton of women mothers. I'm sure that you're speaking into their hearts. That are looking for truth looking to understand culture because when I was young man I was I was lost. Rock and roll teenager by parents. Were absolutely clueless. What I was up to you know I was done. You know sun up you know out with my buddies going partying and whatever else. Get home at night trying to get home for dinner. You know because I probably have the munchies by that time still again and parents were clueless. What was going on Monday? A friend of mine who got a little bit of a fight and he put all my pop last that we're kind of his yard and my Stepdad step. My parents saw them in the morning and they I don't think they knew what they were in their leg. There's plenty of plants in the front. You know and they were just so clueless and I thought well you know what I ought not be clueless because I was lost. I was held down. You know and I thought yeah. Millions of kids. Their parents are clues. The CASSIE Bernal Story. We do that in our version. Who was gunned down at Columbine? In her parents were clueless as well but God Bernal and his wife became aware when they found some of her so called art padding their murder and then as breaching her for Jesus and they became aware of what was going on and got involved in her life so I praise God that you guys give avenue to speak in the lives of all kinds of Parents that need the heads up and also the lives of the children. And maybe the next episode. I know we only have a few minutes here. We can kind of unpack some of the message that you're giving to. These parents encouraged him be wise to protect their children to educate these parents and so forth. But maybe you can let us know as we kind of. Get closer to the end of this program. I've noticed through the years. One of my son in law's chat as every knows. Here is my son in law of another great son-in-law Name Adam he's just an awesome cinemas well loves Jesus and he was saying to me a few days ago he thinks it's amazing. He said how many Christians will give up their all getting drunk and they'll stop doing drugs in the they'll stop the promiscuity and they'll stop just about everything except you talk about their music you know and as such a stronghold in their lives that they can't touch music just don't talk about their music and have you found that. I mean to me that says a whole lot about saints power through music and I have no doubt in my mind that Donna's possessed in fact she talked about having a demon in the past but talking about soc so-called Sasha fierce another name for spirit that possesses beyond say we rest question blood and it is definitely struggled. Maybe talk about How how you've seen as a strong willed young people wrestled with and a lot of times. The parents parents are. I mean I grew up in the seventies so I was late. We know born in sixty three and a lot of the parents. I found. Have that same stronghold. So they're not really. Oh well I got into the music and they don't realize what do we do this? Music so might speak to the power that music and the power-crazed to defeat this rival. Yeah absolutely I think what I'm finding is once I expose what this new kids and the people involved in it and tell literally the the masses when I speak you have to pray for the celebrities because if we can get one of them one of them started ommercial matters if he became a believer. Can you imagine the millions of people that possibly be saved as a as a result or Arianna grinding for example thinking right now God is a woman? I know you expose a bunch of stuff about her Mtv Music Video Awards when she was basically they're mocking Christ becoming Christ in video recycled around her A very scantily clad clothing and making out with each other at the Last Supper stain hundred twenty one million followers so she's a third followed instagram users. So if we can get our young people to realize here's who she is here's who she is mocking. Here's the message. She's promoting she could care less about your life so pray for her but don't support her many people choose. I really have seen over the they choose to look the other way and to pick better. Music suffers guys. I tell them you have two choices. Continue living the lie because now you know the truth. That's a lie. This is the truth or say no more. I'M NOT GONNA lie to and I will tell them. I hate it as a teenager to be lied to. If I want to go to the source and say I got some duct tape. It's time I duct tape you because I'm done with us from the lies and so I do see a trend of people wanting the truth the problem we're having now that people are waking up especially with even the pedophilia. Oh my gosh. I've been talking about that for years. And I'm like rain. God that there's people finally exposing Pedophilia Madonna Ellen Oprah Tom Hanks all these people. There's hundreds of them hundreds of video of video the Kinsey Syndrome yet. No that's an expose on that affiliate at the deepest levels through to watch it. I gotTA check that out. I've heard about this for years and the baby sacrifice. But that's for different show very demonic stop. I heard about this in my early twenty s when I worked for a casting intern for universal studios and I worked on these movies that I just learned her to China and wrote a bunch of stuff in the Journal. So I'm probably have to have a fake name when I write my book because God to be done with me yet life down and we want you for show but I know I know what you're talking about seen in fact it's interesting you mentioned around and you mentioned people wanted to come out of a lot when we are under. Arianna Grundy Video. We were amazed at how many young people on that more than just about any video at said they're done with Arianna over and over again. And maybe you know we see a lot of people come to Christ from the videos. We put online even though the power is in a you know the whole project. They sold their souls because they get to see you know we try to put a message for Christ in each one but praise God for the work you're doing you know and we're urging people to Anthony Kris people that leave darkness in to put their faith in Christ and he's the one we ultimately need to a steam and put I in our lives and we praise the Lord for you and we look forward to do a show with you right after this one guy. I can't wait until appearances. Download by counterculture mom APP because that will keep you notified with the latest stuff coming out of Hollywood what to run from. And what's a grasp on because there's a lot of great pop culture out there as well? So counterculture MOM APP..

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

Brands On Brands On Brands

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

"As a person. That I'm doing business with in that regard so it will never hurt you to have a personal brand. That's the bottom line will never hurt you and if you're using social media, you already, you've already got one. It was funny is I think there's also a like a an unspoken advantage which is? If, you can get start like the you can get started. Building your personal brand I'll talk to like a co to college kids in. What I say to them. Is You know there's aside from the? You're stepping out from you? Not just having a resume from like telling a putting stuff out there that shows who you are what you do, you're learning how to find your voice, and if you've never done that, it's an tremendous skill to figure out whether you're your corporate or you're not. You're preneurs whatever? Whatever degree out your point of view on something your perspective can start to happen because you've you've taking these steps to to rights record to do things that talk about who you like how you think about things, and that all contributes to this idea, personal brands buzzword right, but but really it's you. It's it's you putting yourself out there to the world to to to find? Yeah absolutely. You know when we talk about personal brands like people just think some ethereal thing like it's something vague, and there are some x factor that all these people have and I'm like. No, it's you're just marketing people. People have been marketing people for centuries. All dishes, athletes entertainers, these are brands. We market those people I mean some of these names they carry with them this incredible weight whether you like them or not right. Ellen Oprah trump. These are these are personal brands. In for many of the brands that we know today, especially in the arts in creativity, the fashioned brains I think those are all named after their initial designers, Coco Chanel right, and so you see this, and and so people think about well. Will Mike Brandon? You guys talk about brands. How do I build a personal brand? You build it like any other brand. There are three identities right and I i. tell people your legs on a tripod. All three are important. If they're not there that thing's GonNa tip over right, and they don't go any particular order, because they're all equally important, and that's all start with a V.. I'm like an alliteration guy. And there's a verbal identity brand. That's how you talk. There's a visual identity which is how you look, and there's value identity which is your positioning in the market. And when people ask me about positioning, what does positioning mean I just say position is where you sit in the market relative to your competition. So, imagine with me for a second like this. Really Gorgeous Louis. Vitton seven thousand dollar handbag. And you got this epic photo with this handbag in the African Safari Sunlight coming out beautiful photo in. The text reads price. Matching coupons accepted in low prices everyday like there is a misalignment there. Right because we know that Louis Vitton is a high end brand. Those words are something you would expect from a Walmart at. And so when someone sees its misaligned. You feel like something's off about this now. Walmart makes probably more money than Louis Vuitton does as a company. But they're very different in terms of value. Very different positioning, so you can either be Louis Vitton Ayoubi Walmart and there's no wrong way to do. Both companies make a lot of money. There's no wrong way, but once you know you've got to stick to that lane. I see these folks and they. They get a mind in the personal brain space. And I don't punch it. I'm originally from the New York area. Honorable Bunches like they're. They're like well I want to open up a five thousand dollar coaching program like mad. Get Real. You walking around like your website looks like it was designed on wicks by somebody who is colorblind. And you are your sporting like a five dollar haircut and wearing clothes from Walmart. Like there is a misalignment and not slamming. People dressed like that I'm just saying you want WANNA charge somebody five thousand dollars like look. There's gotta be some sort of alignment between how you talk how you look and what your values marketplace, and so when I look at a personal brand, those are really the three starting points I just talked about. Hey, what's your verbal identity? How do you WanNa Talk? We never see apple. PUT OUT ADS. That's a Yo. Try Our latest. You know freaking awesome Mac book they don't talk like that. It's off brand. Verbal visual value to start there, and then you start to build out your brain. Now and there's there's a lot there i. think something that I'm curious about his. Get Pushed Back Looking your coaching, are there? Are there some barriers for people to get comfortable with this or just in actually figuring out their personal brand? Are there some challenges that you commonly run across? Yeah, most of its belief most of its belief. They don't really see themselves. In that light, they struggle to either price themselves the struggle to market themselves, and when I look at somebody, I never look at what they don't have been I never. I always look at what they do have. All right, so a story often tell is I had a client a few years ago. One of my coaching programs and real real great guy real smart guy. And you and I both know anyone who's in marketing listening to us right now know that marketing is politically incorrect like there's a lot of stuff there that happens behind closed doors at the is not politically correct. And so when I work with people in these kinds of situations, especially as a personal brand. I sat down with his fellow used in his mid fifties, not a particularly attractive guy. And had a name that dude if I gave you ten. Is You not be able to spell his name? He was not. He did not have a simple name like Mike Kim. He had a he had. A foreign name is out from the Middle East you cannot spell this guy's name. And I asked him what he wanted to do with his personal brand new that I want to be like those online gurus out there. I'm like like name a few for me. It's like Pat Flynn and John Lee. Dumas and these are friends of mine. And I'm like okay. All right now. Let's you know I love you. Let's have a real conversation right now. These guys are in their early thirties there in shape, their handsome guys very charismatic. They've got a lot of Just got a lot of energy around him. they're younger guys right and so in in your older guy. You don't look like them. You don't talk like them then you've got a name that nobody can pronounce right, but you, Arnold older guy and here's why pivoted everything, but you aren't older guy and you are brilliant and you did work at this. You know there's this huge cell phone company. Any helped build one of their cell phone towers early on a music engineer. You Super Smart and he loved productivity. He loved APPs, and any loved streamlining communication like the scrum methods, and all that sort of stuff noted out on this stuff. Dude all you have to do is is start a productivity blog in a podcast. And talk about your favorite APPs. People are gonNA. Listen to you because of your ethnicity in I can say this because I'm an Asian guy like. People I was joking with him, but I was like. It's a stereotype industry like people think I'm smart. Asian they just. They're just GONNA assume it. It's a stereotype that we see every stereotypes or stereotypes for a reason in rather than a buck against the trend us what you can't your advantage now change the trend. Change the landscape. I'm all for that, but initially when you're starting out like we got to be really real about what you have, and so this guy took my advice and he really ran with it and he he succeeded in there. That was a situation where like he just needed somebody telling the truth. And then there have been other situations where like I've seen somebody in those sign up for a call, and this is another story wants a sign of this one hour consulting call somebody booked before and didn't know this person was. Couldn't find any pictures of her online. In a look, they're socially no.

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4 years later, New Hampshire's opioid epidemic still rages on

Here & Now

10:28 min | 2 years ago

4 years later, New Hampshire's opioid epidemic still rages on

"We're in New Hampshire for today's presidential primary. At the primary four years ago. We reported here one of the big stories of the decade. No it wasn't how badly Bernie Bernie Sanders. Beat Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump's win. It was the OPIOID Epidemic New Hampshire then second only to West Virginia and overdose deaths life. Life expectancy was down for the first time in seventy five years and this was the first time many in the national media saw this all close. So where are we now while the number of deaths is down but that's attributed to advances in saving people from overdoses. New Hampshire launched a safe fire station program instead of people heading over newborns born they handed in themselves. There's also a two one one emergency line to get help it so-called doorway hospitals those on the frontlines. Say there's still much more that needs to be done John but there's also a story that offers a glimmer of hope for pregnant MOMS battling addiction to tell that story. We had to Rochester New Hampshire capture. How are you good? I'm Kerry Norton. It's nice to meet you. Thank if that's a good word for it. I mean they. Every bit of Space Work Carey is a nurse. She cofounded hope on Haven Hill in this rambling. Eighteen fifty s Greek Revival Country House for moms with substance abuse issues. Trying to stay sober can beautiful. It just looks like an wonderful old country kitchen with a big table for. Everyone wouldn't sit around. We see babies into the living room. So this is our living room The other area is our baby changing changing room in another little space for babies to play with your toys but also social workers therapists. This is a medical treatment facility. Women have to be sober. Some of them are on Methadone. All help each other stay sober by attending support groups cooking meals together. Learning bonding ending skills. Some are about to give birth some already have. How old is this little guy? He just turned eighteen months. Looks like a newborn over here. Yeah we have a little newborn over here upstairs. The bedrooms this old house was once part of the underground railroad today. Shelters eight women at a time and they can bring other children under five as they welcome a new one. So every room has cribs fasten. That's changing tables rocking chairs. Everything a mom we need. Imagine for some of these women. They've never seen anything like this. We're taking care of women who are homeless imminently homeless and a lot of them are generational e so oh I've had more than more than two or three women have said they haven't even had beds in their lives. We have women coming from actual. It's not couch surfing. It's actually they're homeless on you know in a tent or not outside. The women are encouraged to be honest. Honest if they're struggling if they relapse told her ask for help we give women support with so much dignity that even when things are hard and not going well they know they can reach out immediately so many do and you know someone listening might say you know what when somebody is an addict and using heroin. This isn't just about the young women it's about children. What do you say to those people who really don't trust this terrible addiction and worry about the effort put in to who a mother? Reuniting with child or having a child shore so for me it's a chronic healthcare condition that should be treated just like any other healthcare condition that a woman might have throughout her entire life span and we should treat it. It is heartwarming and hopeful. Just like the story of how this all started. I want to talk about the beginnings wings. I understand you came across a young woman who was eight months pregnant. And you were calling around. You couldn't find the resources in I. Did you send out a late night. Email asking asking. Does anyone know Oprah or Ellen DeGeneres. It was a facebook play. Her name was abby and I had just brought her to the one place in New Hampshire that after and we call it five acts of Congress an entire team of people for two weeks worked together into this place. I brought her there and on my way home. My mind is blue and so I put up on facebook facebook. Does anyone know Ellen Oprah or somebody rich because we need to do this in our community. We need to do it now and when I woke up I had a lot of people responding. Including In my co-founder colleen. WHO said I have a house? She doesn't know Oprah Ellen or she wasn't Richard Self but she had a house. That was just the perfect fit for what we needed to do. And we are sitting in that house and this is where. That story gets heartbreaking abby. Young pregnant woman who inspired this project had her baby became sober but experts spurts no the most vulnerable time for mom. Battling addictions is right after giving birth. There's little housing that safe. No treatment no work Abbey became an activist lobbying lobbying lawmakers her sister had died of an overdose but soon abbey did as well the woman behind hope on Haven Hill mobilized they opened a second concentre called it. Abbey's place women from Haven Hill transition there to stay sober find jobs be part of a community. Carrie wells up over the memory when he she has a legacy you know. I always have to remember like not to stop. Because she didn't stop when she rallied was doing great and when she had slips and wasn't doing well she put herself out there. She put herself out there to Eddie. You know legislator any person that would listen to talk to say. This is the problem Tom. This is what's going on. I'm this is how I'm having a really hard time. You know. Women deserve to have this health care treatment and then support and and if for some reason they have a recurrence. They deserve the chance to have this. Chronic illness immediately treated again as needed and they deserve to be MOMS. They deserve to have their children. They love their babies and they are great. MOMS the flip side is I know. She's cheering us on. Because what we get to do. Every day is watch. Women Thrive one of them. Thirty two year old Lauren Phillips who sits with her talkative pink cheeked eighteen month old toddler. Rory she and rory started at hope on Haven Hill will now they live at Abbey's plays Lauren has a job. She's been sober for six months. But it's a rough road. She clings to rory now. But he's been in foster care she. She shares her story to help other young moms. I went into my first inpatient treatments under when I was nineteen years old from that time about fifteen years ago until November two thousand seventeen I was just in and out of treatment centers. I did Three years in prison prison. That's when I got out in November and I got pregnant with this little guy pretty much right away take us back. How did you start? What happened my drug of choice is heroin and cocaine? I grew up in like Upper middle class family. My mother passed away when I was young but my dad was like to say he is an amazing man. Doesn't do it justice. How old were you when you started using heroin? I started using heroin and I was sixteen. How'd did you get an ex boyfriend? At the time it was like Oxycontin and stuff like that by the time that I was educated on it was too late. You know. So how do you get to jail. I ended up stealing from my family stealing from my father's business. I sold drugs and had to sales charges. Once I got into a using. That was just number one. You got pregnant well it would have to be about eighteen when I got out of prison. I was sober sober at that time because I had just gotten out of prison and I- paroled to a sober house for women in Nashua so I was able to stay sober shortly. After after he was born I Relapsed proved to myself the hard way at that point that like my love for him is not as strong as addiction. And like I needed that. This disease is stronger than anything. A call is me to DC Y. F.. And they showed up at my house. I had to get into a program of some sorts and if it was a program that would allow me to take him then. I could take him with me. I ended up by the grace of God at Hope Uneven Hell. I got so much out of this program. And in being a mother to him I realized what was lacking before I guess now. I can say that I wasn't willing to To change everything about my life and Out of fear you know. I had been with his father for a long time. I didn't want to give that up and it led me to a relapse and at that point I felt hopeless at that time but the women that worked here they believed in me at that point and then he ended up going into foster care July. How hard is that? Yeah I needed to get myself better before it could be there for him. I ended up going to a twenty eight day program and you know I. I knew that I wanted him to be happy. And just have a good life and I loved him so much but I think at that point. I still didn't think that I was going to be in that equation. God had other plans for me. Thank God and and stay in touch with Kerry and they were planning on opening Abbey's place and and it has just been amazing and I share my story with anybody who will listen because I know today that it's possible missile. You haven't taken your eyes off him one second. What happens when you look at him? I just GonNa make me cry now. Now I mean he was looking. He's just perfect. I get this feeling looking at him and knowing how perfect he is but I also know that my diseases seizes stronger than that. Like I have to rely on God. I have to rely on the women in the program that have walked this journey before me and that then show

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Right now yeah. So there's the macro. Mike Rose Megan and the Nanos. So okay when you start with a mega influence or that's going to be someone huge like Allen Supra household name like Bieber someone you can just day one name and people are GonNa know who they are. They have tons of followers by why they're not always going to be the best choice for you. I mean yes it would be great if Kylie Jenner would mention your brand but do you have a billion dollars to pay her to do that also her followers. Or you know Ellen Oprah there are so diverse that just might not make sense especially say you're or selling a book on. Let's say we're selling book on social media. How many of Justin Bieber's fans are really going to buy that? Probably not too many so it wouldn't be worth spending the money they're also macro influencers. They're just a notch down mega and they have like between one hundred thousand and one million followers so They will be a little the more targeted. These are mostly people who are like loggers or bloggers. The micros are when you get down into like the thousand one hundred thousand range and then even have Nanno. uh-huh influencers go. If you don't have a lot of fun I would always go with someone. Like a nano or micro because these types of influencers are way more targeted so the micro influencers in Nanno influencers. These are going to be people who were like maybe activists or wellness on this experts or someone in their community. That's respected and you actually get higher engagement from these types of influencers versus just having Oprah blasts something out on twitter for you. Well that's great. How do I find these influencers? I mean again I'M A. I'm a little bit naive to this and a little bit new to it. How do I really identify? What a really good micro influencers for macro influence her is depending on what you do? Your causes say or causes conservation. A good a place to start is just starting in the channel so if you wanna find someone on Instagram who you WanNa partner with and do some promotional things just start looking looking at the hashtags that you use so maybe it would be you know Hashtag conservation or Hashtag ECO friendly and then he who is posting look get the most popular post. WHO's getting activity there? Also lots of APPS you can use different platforms that you can use and they will show you in the analytics the X.. Like oh this this person really talking about this a lot and getting a lot of engagement so there are tools you can use to help them. And what are some of the better analytic tools. I know I. I live in the world of data marketing and data analysis so to me crunching numbers is just a lot of fun. But what tools might I wanna use to really evaluate. What a good influence for might be? Well there are a lot of their alive tools for doing that. I usually just start though in the actual oh platforms you go in and do Google search and look. You'll see different ones. I tend to just look through like if you look on. I do a lot with just plain old buffer and looking to see who your top engaged fans are buffer has a new tool called buffer analyze. And it'll show you who your top crop influencers are and that's a lot of nonprofit platform. Another thing you can do. Is You have a facebook page. It'll also show you. who some of your topping gauges are and? Sometimes you might WanNa start with someone who's just creating a live noise platforms. I Know Kelly. I know you've worked with a lot of different organizations and you've been very successful in many of the things you you've done. What are some of the organizations that have really shown the greatest amount of success success in cause marketing as far as you're concerned O. K. That's I just lots of great brands as far as cause marketing being I worked with conservation international so I worked with them on different campaigns with their team in we did a great campaign a couple of years ago and partnered with HP HP and raised a million dollars for different conservation projects. They do a great job for sure and corporate partner. HP is Great. Adobe does a lot of social good so I've worked on the job campaign starbucks starbucks is actually really good You know they do a lot live caught campaign to and they're very interested in conservation. Wonderful to get back to influencers just one second. What is the big difference between micro influencers and micro influencers other than the size? Do they really have. Let's say a different set of causes a different set of approaches a different set of geography. Possibly Sibley what exactly would differentiate them micro influencers are going to be someone who is really focused on a specific area. It could be an industry expert. That could be a specialist. You're in wellness. It could be maybe personal trainer or nutrition expert Burch who has a really targeted following. Even though it's not as big as a macro or make a mega influence or so these smaller influencers i. Their audiences are way more targeted. The Big One you think about it. It's like Oprah versus a subject matter expert. Sure and those subject yeah so the subject matter experts. They are going to get you more traction. I found it if you're very targeted with your influencers and with your content and with your ads you're going to get way better results than just trying to throw it out you know. And that's perfect Kelly. Thank you take a little break now and when you come back we're gonNA talk a little bit about giving Tuesday and Tuesday is really all about All right and before we go there. Let's give you something to think about. And that is West Virginia University's online data marketing communications program. It's the first and only one of its kind in the country a graduate level program. That.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

14:29 min | 3 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Welcome back once again for another episode of W._V._U.. Marketing Communications today coming live to you from the campus of in West Virginia University. It's a syndicated show that fits squarely at the intersection of data driven decision making and modern marketing techniques with the man who's GonNa make sense out of this mystery forests Mr Mr Mike Lynch Michael How you doing today. I'm doing good. I'm always curious. You know this show <hes> Intersex both men sort of science and Art <hes> magic and logic here and I'm always amazed how you make the two of I'm come together here you know and I did marketing one hundred million years ago. We were the arts and crafts department. All we did it. Just come up with creative ideas. We didn't have to actually figure out if they worked but now you guys use data to actually analyze all this stuff and then unique way in today. I think you're GONNA talk about social media and social change. We are going to talk about Social Media Social Change and moreover cause marketing and I'm very pleased today to have Kellyanne Collins with me and Kelly is the C._e._o.. uh-huh and founder of Volt Lab which is Digital Marketing Agency that focuses on social media management for companies organizations and thought leaders and also campaigns for social good Kelly. How're you doing today hi? I'm great how're you doing. I'm doing great. Let's kick it off. What is caused? Marketing Marketing is pretty simple. Actually it's you know instead of advertising or marketing to sell something like a product you're out their marketing and spreading awareness for 'cause so cause marketing is nonprofits or corporations. You know why people think Oh. It's nonprofit only I it can also be brand or big company. That's wonderful you. You know I see so many cause marketing programs in campaigns coming through social media. Why is social media such an important media four cause marketing? Well you know social media is great rate because you can build one on one connection with your customers or you know people following your 'cause. It actually started. I don't know if you know the I find it really interesting because it started back in the eighties and American Express actually coined that phrase when they ran a campaign to hope raise fun to help rebuild and restore the statute of liberty so they coined the term <hes> back then it was more like like you know T._v.. Ads and things like that but now we're using social media. Everyone's there so it's great platform to connect with people one on one you know and peel to them emotionally <hes> it's also great promoting communities and and you know building a community around 'cause which I'm sure American Express would've loved back in nineteen eighty-three if they could have connected with more people it you know <hes> one on one instead of just through T._v.. Ads and newspaper ads sure. Do you see there any generational or demographic differences that make social media so important or so valuable yeah. I mean right now. You know young people are growing up with social media yeah so you know years ago. We grew up with T._v.. That's what we were used to while they're used to brands talking to them engaging with them and actually interacting with them so you know <hes> in the future I mean especially for <hes> you know causes and brands. Dan You know social media is just you know. It's going to be vital to success. What do you think or some of the issues that nonprofits are facing today <hes> when it comes to digital marketing and cause marketing well? Here's a huge issue so it's your nonprofit up it. It's been around for a long time <hes> you're probably running into a problem because most of your supporters have been writing checks and sending them through the mail. That's not happening now. Because you know millennial generation's the they just don't donate eight thought way you know they want to connect with brand. They want to know what's happening. They WanNa see where their money's going. So you know there are stats out there there've been studies and they say that if you know brick and mortar style nonprofits a profit don't make a change and convert to digital and start engaging with their followers building community around their brand and their causes that they could actually disappear by twenty twenty five which is not not too far away right. Wow Yeah sorry go ahead. Kelly was just going to say it's really scary to think about you know but like years ago people you know they just wrote checks. A lot of people still write checks. I've worked organizations and helped bring them into the twenty nineteen because <hes> it that's going to say there's going to be a transition. I know that university where I got my undergraduate degree has definitely changed an awful lot since I went there and in their their cause marketing their fundraising et Cetera I found that the biggest issue they had was just trying to figure out how to get started a very young university with obviously very young alumni. Even though I'm not the youngest alumni <hes> do you see that as a problem out there is just not really knowing how to get started or really to get your donors to understand that every little bit counts yeah when you catch a connector social media like especially with younger people you know when you have a young audience like that when you have alumni here just graduating of course you they're not going to have the money you know right a big chuck but what you WanNa do you want to connect with. Dumb and social media is great for that and you want to start communicating this so I always think of it like you want to become friends with the people that you WanNa get money from in the future so you so as a brand the university <hes> as a nonprofit you know you're just GonNa want to <hes> make that connection and the are going to have that money someday right so ten years down the road they will getting started <hes> <hes> there are like so many steps you can take to get started but you know first of all just drafting a strategy. You know not going dark on social media constantly. You know engaging letting them know what's going on. It's going to help so a good first. Step is that don't sell to them. Don't ask for money all the time. You know you want them to get to know who you are so you want to connect with them. Just like you connect with a friend. You know you're not GonNa go to your money so you want to connect with them. Just take your taxes and be like here's what's happening really. Did you know just get out there and <hes> start posting content as my best advice for getting started. That's excellent one term that I hear knocked around a little bit that are really don't understand are completely have my arms around is the is influenced her <hes> and I hear micro influencers macro influencers and those terms don't really necessarily resonate with me what exactly in the difference between a micro influencers macro employer okay. They're actually they're like four types of influencers. <hes> agree brands are looking at right now. Yeah so the Macro Mike rose tomatoes and the Nanos <laughter> so okay when you start with a mega influence or that's going to be someone huge like Allen Oprah household name like bieber someone you can just Dave one name people really know who they are. They have tons of followers I but they're not always going to be you know the best choice for you so I mean yes it would be great if Kylie Jenner would you know mention your brand but do you have a billion dollars to pay her to do that. Also oh her followers or you know like Ellen Oprah there so diverse that that just might not make sense especially say. You're selling a book on. Let's say we're selling a book on social media. You know how many of Justin Bieber spans are really going to buy that. I probably not too many so it wouldn't be worth the money they're also macro influencers. They're just a notch down from the mega and they have like between one hundred thousand and one million followers so <hes> they will be a little bit powder more targeted. These are mostly people are like bloggers bloggers <hes> the Micros are when you get down into like the thousands of one hundred thousand range and then even have Nanno influencers so if you don't have a lot of fun I would it always go with someone like a Nanno or micro because these types of influencers or way more targeted so the micro influencers Nanno influencers these are going to be people who were like maybe activists or wellness experts or someone in their community. That's respected and you actually get higher engagement. You know from these types of influencers versus. Just having Oprah blasts something out on twitter for you. Well that's great. How do I find? I'm these influencers. I mean again. I'm I'm a little bit naive to this and a little bit new to it. <hes> how do I really identify what a really good micro infamous or or macro influence or is you just depend you know depending on what she you. What your cause is say? You're causes conservation. You know a good place to always start is just starting in the channel so if you wanna find someone on instagram you know who you WANNA partner with and do some promotional things <hes> just start looking at the hashtags that you use so maybe it would be you know Hashtag you know conservation or Hashtag eco-friendly and then you know see who is posting <hes> you know look at the most popular post who's getting activity. <hes> there are also lots of APP. You can use <hes> different platforms that you can use and they will show you you know in the analytics like Oh this you know this person really talking about this a lot and getting a lot of engagement so their tools you can use to help optima tax them and what are some of the better analytic tools. I know <hes> I've I live in the world of data marketing and data analysis so to me. Crunching numbers is just a lot of fun. But what tools might I wanNA use to really <hes> evaluate. What a good would influence where might be well? They're they're alive till for doing that. <hes> I usually just start though in the actual platforms you know if you go in and you just do you know Google search and look different ones. I tend to just look through <hes> like if you look on I do a lot with just plano you know buffer and looking to see who your top engaged fans are buffer has a new tool called buffer analyze and it'll show you who you your top influencers are and that's you know nonprofit platform <hes> another thing you can do is if you have a facebook page. It will also show you who you know. Some of your topping Gager are and sometimes you you might WanNa start with someone. Who's just you know creating a live noise on your platforms? I Know Kelly I know you've worked with a lot of different organizations and you've been very successful in many of the things you you've done what are some of the organizations that have really shown the greatest amount of success in in clause marketing as far as you're concerned O.. K. That's <hes> I worked with lots of great brands <hes> as far as cause marketing <hes> I worked with <hes> conservation international so I worked with them on different campaigns with their team <hes> in we did a great campaign a couple of years ago partnered with H._p.. And raised a million. In dollars <hes> for a difference conservation projects so they do a great job for sure <hes> you know in the corporate partner H._p.. Great <hes> Adobe does a lot of social good so I've worked on my job campaign..

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

14:16 min | 3 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Welcome back once again for another episode of W._V._U.. Marketing Communications today coming live to you from the campus in West Virginia University. It's a syndicated show that fits squarely at the intersection of data driven decision making and modern marketing techniques with the man who's going to make sense out of this mystery for us Mr Mr Michael Lynch Michael How you doing today I'm doing good. I'm always curious. You know this show <hes> Intersex both men sort of science and Art <hes> magic and logic here and I'm always amazed how you make the two of some come together here you know and I did marketing one hundred million years ago. We were the arts and crafts department. All we did it. Just come up with creative ideas. We didn't have to actually figure out if they worked but now you guys use data to actually analyze all this stuff and then unique way in today. I think you're GONNA talk about Social Media and social change we are going to talk about social media and social change and moreover cause marketing and I'm very pleased today to have Kellyanne Collins with me and Kelly is the C._e._o.. CEO and founder of Volt Lab which is a digital marketing agency that focuses on social media management for companies organizations and thought leaders and also campaigns for social good Kelly. How're you doing today hi? I'm great. How are you doing? I'm doing great. Let's kick it off. What is cause marketing? Marketing is pretty simple. Actually it's you know instead of advertising or marketing to sell something like a product you're out with their marketing and spreading awareness for 'cause so cause marketing is nonprofits or corporations. You know why people think Oh. It's nonprofit only I it can also be brand or a big company. That's wonderful you. You know I see so many cause marketing programs and campaigns coming through social media. Why is social media such an important media four cause marketing? Well you know social media is great great because you can build one on one connection with your customers or you know people following your 'cause. It actually started. I don't know if you know the but I find it really interesting because it started back in the eighties and American Express actually coined that phrase when they ran a campaign to help raise funds to help rebuild and restore the statue of Liberty so they coined the term <hes> back then it was more like like you know T._v.. Ads and things like that but now we're using social media. Everyone's there so it's a great platform to connect with people one on one you know and appealed to them emotionally <hes> it's also great promoting communities and and you know building a community around 'cause which I'm sure American Express would've loved back in nineteen eighty-three if they could have connected with more people you know <hes> one on one instead of just through T._v.. Ads and newspaper ads sure. Do you see that there are any generational or demographic differences that make social media so important or so valuable yeah. I mean right now. You know young people are growing up with social media yeah so you know years ago. We grew up with T._v.. That's what we were used to while they're used to brands talking to them engaging with them and actually interacting with them so you know <hes> in the future I mean especially for <hes> you know causes and brands. Dan You know social media. Is You know it's going to be vital to success. What do you think are some of the issues that nonprofits are facing today when it comes to digital marketing and cause marketing well? Here's a huge issue so it's your nonprofit. Outfit it's been around for a long time <hes> you're probably running into a problem because most of your supporters have been writing big checks and sending them through the mail. That's not happening now because millennial generation's the they just don't donate they thought way you know they want to connect with brand. They want to know what's happening. They want to see where their money's going. So you know there are stats out there. There have been studies and they say that if you know brick and mortar style nonprofits the profits don't make a change and convert to digital and start engaging with their followers building community around their brand and their causes that they could actually disappear by twenty twenty five which is not not too far away right. Wow yeah sorry go ahead Kelly. I was just going to say it's really scary to think about you know but like years ago people you know they just wrote checks. A lot of people still write checks. I've worked organizations and help you know bring them into the year two thousand nineteen because <hes> it that's GonNa stay. There's going to be a transition. I know the university where I got. My undergraduate. Degree has definitely changed an awful lot since I went there and in their their cause marketing their fundraising et Cetera I found that the biggest issue they had was just trying to figure out how to get started. It's very young university with obviously very young alumni I even though I'm not the youngest alumni <hes> do you see that as a problem out there is just not really knowing how to get started or really to get your donors to understand that every little bit counts yeah when you catch a connector social media like especially with younger people when you have a young audience like that when you have alumni who are just graduating of course you don't. They're not going to have the money to write a big check but what you WanNa do is you. You know you wanNA connect with dumb and social media is great for that and you want to start communicating this so you know I always think of it like you want to become friends with the people that you want to get money from in the future so you no as a brand the university <hes> as a nonprofit you know you're just GonNa want to <hes> you know make that connection and the are going to have that money someday right so ten years down the road they will getting started <hes> <hes> there are like so many steps you can take to get started but you know first of all just drafting a strategy. You know not going dark on social media constantly. You know engaging letting them know what's going on. It's GonNa help so a a good first. Step is that don't sell to them. Don't ask them for money all the time. You know you want them to get to know who you are so you want to connect with them. Just like you would connect with a friend. You know you're not gonNA go to your friend asks for money so you wanNA connect with them. Just thank you Texas. Here's what's happening. Did you know just get out there and start posting some content of my best advice for getting started. That's excellent one term that I hear knocked around a little bit that are really don't understand or really don't completely have my arms around is the is influenced her <hes> and I hear micro influencers Mackerel influencers and those terms don't really necessarily resonate with me. What exactly what is the difference between a micro influencers macro employer okay? They're actually they're like four types of influencers. <hes> brands are looking at right now. Yeah so the Macro Mike rose tomatoes and the Nanos <laughter> so okay when you start with a mega influence or that's going to be someone huge like Alan Oprah household name like bieber someone you can just Dave one name people really know who they are. They have tons of followers. I but you know they're not always going to be you know the best choice for you so I mean yes it would be great if Kylie Jenner would you know mention your brand but do you have a billion dollars to pay her to do that also. Oh her followers. Are you know like Ellen Oprah. They're so diverse that just might not make sense especially say you're selling a book on. Let's say we're selling a book on social media. You know how many of Justin Bieber's fans are really going to buy that probably not too many so it wouldn't be worth the money they're also not grow. influencers just a notch down from the mega and they have like between one hundred thousand and one million followers so <hes> they will be a little bit better more targeted. These are mostly people are like loggers or bloggers <hes> the Micros are when you get down into like the thousand one hundred thousand range and then even have Nanno influencers so if you don't have a lot of fun I would would always go with someone like a Nanno or micro because these types of influencers are way more targeted so the micro influencers in Nanno influencers these are going to be people who were like maybe activists or wellness experts or someone in their community. That's respected and you actually get higher engagement. You know from these types of influencers versus just having Oprah blast something out on twitter for you. Well that's great. How do I find being these influencers? I mean again. I'm I'm a little bit naive to this a little bit new to it <hes>. How do I really identify what a really good micro influencers or macro influence our is you just depend you know depending on what she you do? What your cause is say your causes conservation you know a good place to always start is just starting in the channels so if you wanna find someone on instagram you know who you WanNa partner with and do some promotional things <hes> just start looking at the hash tags that you use so maybe it would be you know Hashtag you know conservation or take eco-friendly and then you know see who is posting <hes> look at the most popular post who's getting activity? <hes> there are also lots of the APP you can use <hes> different platforms that you can use and they will show you in the analytics like Oh you know this person. They are really talking about this a lot and getting a lot of engagement so there are tools you can use to hop tac them and what are some of the better analytic tools. I know <hes> I I live in the world of data marketing and data analysis so to me. Crunching numbers is just a lot of fun but what tools might I wanna use to really evaluate what a good good influence for might be well. They're they're alive tools for doing that. <hes> I usually just start though in the actual platforms you know if you go in and you know just do you know Google searching and look and see different ones. I tend to just look through <hes> like if you look on I I do a lot with just plain old. You know buffer and looking to see who your top engaged fans are buffer has a new tool called buffer analyze and it'll show you who you your top influencers are and that's you know live nonprofit. He's platform <hes> another thing you can do. Is You know if you have a facebook page. It will also show you who you know. Some of your topping gaiters are and sometimes you you might WanNa start with someone. Who's just you know creating a live noise on your platforms? I Know Kelly I know you've worked with a lot of different organizations and you've been very successful in many of the things you you've done what are some of the organizations that have really shown the greatest amount of success in in cause marketing as far as you're concerned O.. K. That's <hes> I worked with lots of great brands <hes> as far as cause marketing <hes> I worked with <hes> conservation international so I worked with them on different campaigns with their team <hes> in we did a great campaign a couple of years ago and partnered with H._p.. And it raised a million in dollars <hes> for different conservation projects so they do a great job for sure <hes> in corporate partner H._p.. Is Great. <hes> adobe does a lot of social good so I've worked on. The job campaign starbucks starbucks is actually really good..

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One point five we are Reefer March madness here in New Jersey. We gotta get this marijuana Bill passed got less than a week to make it happen. They're pushing it through and then of course, you've got seventy town saying not here. So where are we where are you one eight hundred two eight three one zero. One point five we get cold feet as we get near the finish line. People. Get. This is going to be expensive either way to keep it illegal is not cheap. Got carson. Speaking of jail if dealers sold to kids before marijuana becomes legal, and it's illegal to sell the kids after marijuana becomes legal should those records should those convictions for selling to kids be expunged. I say absolutely not. But the bilges says they we're going to wipe out all the records. We're gonna expunge all the records. So if you're a dealer Dylan up to five pounds of marijuana you're off the hook. Because it's still going to be illegal to sell to kids after it becomes legal for adults. And with the way, they have tax this. And with the things they have put on it the provision. The sun has to rise in Japan astral would boss for this to actually happen. The deal aren't going anywhere. If anything the dealer is probably going to increase business once jersey legalizes marijuana Jason Edison, under jersey one zero one point five where do you think James? I think first off if you're convicted of selling to a minor should stay in jail. That's number one. Number two. It's still federally illegal. No matter what any state passes. The federal government says marijuana is illegal. What happens if the federal government decides to pull all their aid from states that sell legalize marijuana? What's going to happen then? Well, if Cory Booker becomes president he would want the federales to legalize marijuana. I'm surprised Trump has legalized it. I really am vote for Booker. Dawson. Anybody have seen mind, Ellen Oprah. And it's another thing. People don't realize is once you taxi. Now, the dealer is going to be cheaper to dealer gives you credit. The dealer delivers to your home state ain't gonna do any of that. No, no. They just gonna make it more and more difficult. But they're going to say that they did it the thing that gets me about it is the recent the reason findings as to where will the money go, and they don't. Earmark it for anything else. But you know, the general fund, which is whatever we do with it. I hate to interrupt you. But I'm old enough to remember when the pick three and pick four reprinting to effect in New Jersey, they were supposed to go to a education only pay for your schooling pay for school systems. Now, I know I used to live in Elizabeth I was paying seventeen thousand dollars a year property tax. Now, you cut out the school budget. My property tax would have been probably less than half of that. But because some politician got the need to get his hands in that cookie jar and take the money and put it somewhere else. Remember Alantic city was supposed to go to education and senior citizens where did that money? Go. Anybody's retirement. That's for sure. James, thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five Tony's in town under jersey one zero one point five. Hi, tony. Oh, that's your active application should be the same rules going forward. Yeah. Have you got convicted sell into a kid going back? Yeah. You I it's going to be a crime either way then that crime should be the punishment should be upheld. It's as simple as that. The second point is that money goes in general fund with our governor. It's gonna go to illegal. We will get legal marijuana for them. Yeah. We'll get them pot. Use the money to autumn schools, lawyers and everything else. Right. Tony, thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five zero one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five as we get near the home stretch where are you on marijuana legalization because it seems like more and more people changing the mind seems like more and more towns are changing their mind, right? Erin vogt. Puts thing on two one five dot com of all the towns that are against marijuana foul long. And why? The other thing is again, the idea of the expunge moment, you know, they'll put anything in to get this over the hump. Yeah. Marijuana is here money is being made off marijuana that we're not participating in. But if we're going to legalize it. We're going to need to do it. Right. We're gonna need to be competitive. Seems like they're put this thing together. They're all please in themselves. They won't putting in what they want to see in it might as well be called the pork mill, but pork legalization. But in reality when you try this formula out when you try this plan out. How's the jersey gonna make any money because the deal isn't going to beat them? First off. But the idea of the expunge that all dealers will be expunged up to five pounds of marijuana. So what about those sold the kids because that's going to continue to be illegal. So have you sold if you sold marijuana to minors before it became legal? If it does. And then you got punished you got caught then that should hold up through the legalisation because that's still a crime. I mean, how do you feel about that one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five, you know, there were those that are against marijuana. Senator Dougherty called earlier says, you know, society's falling apart. Let's face it. Okay. But you know, as I said, you know, when we talked about alcohol and opioids all that stuff is legal. If you want to do that make it all illegal. You wanna get high get high one eight hundred two eight three point five Where're you wanted. How do you feel about it? You know, how do you feel about the legalization? Do you think it's gonna happen? You think we're actually going to see it and be should the records of those is sold the children be expunged if it becomes legal. I say absolutely not. Set your clocks ahead. It's time to say during the spring forward savings event at censo- juniors. Sixty six Nissan in Neptune and Windsor Nissan in east Windsor faces.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on KCRW

"Autism Kerry, James Marshall, and David Hammons who are widely celebrated today in other major museum retrospective that must be seeing is one dedicated to Ellen. Oprah's Burke at the hammer. Exhibition received glowing reviews by the Los Angeles Times and Mike KCRW colleague hundred few to be completely honest until seeing this exhibition. I hit a certain respect for opus Burke is a major American conceptual artist. But now things to my understanding and appreciation of his art has become so much more multifaceted. I didn't know about his deep passion for books until I so gathering Kyle for the graphic images of his former New York studio library archive or the gathering the twenty large candidiasis in which the artist has hand Ledin word for word. The text of Oscar Wilde the picture of Dorian gray. Of course is a sign of admiration verging on obsession. I was particularly moved by Oprah's Burke, homage to arable Russian Burke, which he expressed through a foot foot long collage consisting of thousands. Cut letters. If you give yourself a chance to stand in front of it for several minutes, you realize the roseburg through all this letters transcribed Russian dorks obituary from the New York Times in two thousand eight I'm impressed with this work from both a conceptual and aesthetic point of view. But when I compare with the Russian Burks frames rock the quarter mile currently on display at Lucknow. I see the difference between two great artist, the art and their level of creativity. And originality one of them had great talent the other a genius. I'll leave it up to you to decide who's who. It's been.

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"ellen oprah" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks

Phil in the Blanks

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"ellen oprah" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks

"They don't even want to come out here. They opened the door one time. There's a little boy looked at the crown turn around and went outside and just do his mama's Koldo through. He he's not taping today. So we ended up taping a lot of kids 'cause some may man we do elaborate setups. We gotta tell set. Down. 'cause he's decided he's not doing it. And that's what happens when you, you know, producer produced these kids man in that when a dog gets out to tell us that it's a disaster. But you got to be a special talent to do that in his you, Ellen Oprah very few. You know, my show came on seven years ago that hasn't been a daytime show SIS. No, that's right, nothing. You start lapping yourself real fast. If you don't have a lot of depth and a lot of whip. Yeah. In what you're doing? You're the best storyteller. I think I've ever heard the best storyteller. My favorite story of your still is about the build and fund that is absolutely up. I grew up a Baptist church. So I know about to build and fund is the biggest con in the history of the world at you tell it better than anybody. I've ever seen. We did. We had a built in fun at my church for twenty years. We put a Donau omit church been dropped money in that boxes out bought. We don't have a dull now on this church. We didn't get a new stained glass window one time. We got oh much earch bought on new neon cross and hung it up over the Christ. Stan and the big service that day was at the quad soon. They was going plug it up. Well, they plugged it up, and they shot it out the whole church. They plug it up to cross came on for two seconds. Delights is out a c. A samarra. I'm so sick of being Paul. If I have got to get some money because you know, my father never had money. You know, the biggest vice my father told me says son best thing, you could do for pope people is not be one of them. 'cause you can't help. Nobody much. I was just sitting there going. Why do we keep doing this post of past anniversary? We put to chairs together and put a white sheet over it. Now, we you won't that's a love seat 'cause we don't hung on why she is two fold away today and passed in the first lady sit down on the white sheet, and I'll be going this really poor. This really poor. But people haven't been to those churches. I mean, these these churches agroup him were so poor. And we did have I don't know if it's because you didn't have the money for the rut choir what, but they did stand up interchange and start worshipping and singing and praying out loud. And it's always somebody that is really old. They really get confused. What did you? What's the lady in your story? Sisto day sister Odell. Oh my God. Do we all have a sister Odell? I love your sister Odell though because oh people they that's the portion of the service called devotion. Right. What you get to stand up you can testify or you can saying song you wanna saying song where people join in saying along, which you, but oh people write songs on the way in. And then you had to try to catch them. I know that Jesus is. Yes. He is. Okay. Rhythm rhythm beat chorus. You do align. We do a line. You say it, we repeat it nothing. Come out everybody everybody. What we don't know the one you wrote on the way that you wrote this on the way Jesus is a he'll widow with a bicycle. Jesus heals would a bass. I had a lady stood of church one tab feel and she said she stood up in church. Nee says sister porta and she said I wanna thank the Lord today. I was driving in my car and truck pass me on the left and another truck passed me on the right? Thank you Jesus. Muhdad leaned over say this bitch, ain't got no business. He'll church. I see you. She said a truck passed the writer known pass me on the left. Thank you Jesus. He said this bitching got no traffic that right there. I got I got a whipping got. Because my mother was in choir..

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