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The Charlie Kirk Show
Will the Bidens Get Away With It Forever? With Emma-Jo Morris
"I will tell you, I am much more interested in what Jim Jordan revealed, which is that the CIA may have solicited his signatures for the letter undermining the Hunter Biden story that you broke, which we referenced earlier. That was from Politico with the 50 intelligence off 51, former intelligence officials, casting doubt on the laptop from hell, which of course was totally legit acting as if it was Russian disinformation, leading to social media censorship, et cetera, which we also know the Biden administration was or the Biden campaign was encouraging. This to me feels like a big deal, Emma, your thoughts. Well, yeah, this is a much bigger thing. This is definitely much more interesting because what Jim Jordan brought yesterday or I guess technically two days ago. But what he brought was was evidence that the FBI sorry, the CIA, people current employees of the CIA ran a political operation from the CIA and not only that, but the CIA kind of structure just blew past every guardrail that is supposed to prevent that from happening. They called her a rush job. That was the quote a rush job and it didn't go through any of the typical protocol that released payment from within the CIA would go through because they needed it in time. Obviously, for the debate, which is when Joe Biden gets up and literally just straight up lies to the American people and repeats this thing barfed out of the CIA that it's Russian disinformation, which of course we knew it wasn't. And Joe Biden knew it wasn't because not only did we publish the business stuff, but we published text between him and his son that he 1000% knew.
Bloomberg Business of Sports
Fresh update on "emma" discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports
"And And this is the Bloomberg Business And Act. Bloomberg. that's right it for Stay with now. this us edition now. of Broadcasting 24 Top stories Bloomberg Best. and global hours NBC business a I'm day Ed headlines Baxter. at News are Bloomberg And Radio. I'm Brian Schuch. The Department of Justice is formally announcing charges against former President Trump. The charges against former President Trump And the Bloomberg Business Act. I'm Brian Schuch. The Department of Justice is finally announcing charges against former President Trump. All of this information are critical to the safety and security of the United States must be enforced. A federal judge appointed by former President Trump will initially preside over his criminal indictment. District Judge Aileen Cannon will in Miami Tuesday. Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is accused the House of Commons investigation into the Partygate scandal of being an attempt to drive him out. A letter he received from the committee looking into whether he lied to British lawmakers made that clear to him. A common drug used to treat diabetes has the power to prevent long COVID. Lisa Taylor reports. A recent study led by researchers at the University of Minnesota found that Metformin lowers the risk of getting long COVID. The study revealed that overweight or obese people between the ages of 30 and 85 who had COVID were about 40 % less likely to develop long COVID if they took the drug. Participants who received Metformin were compared to participants who were given a placebo. The principal investigator said the drug is inexpensive, safe and widely available, so this discovery could have significant public health implications. I'm Lisa Taylor. The Diocese of St. Louis has reached a $1 million settlement in a sex abuse case. It's one of the largest just settlements related to the pre -sex abuse scandal. You're listening to the latest from NewsRadio. I'm Lisa Taylor. I'm Lisa Taylor. I'm Lisa Taylor. The wife of Mexican drug Joaquin lord El Chapo Guzman has been moved from a federal prison in Texas to a halfway house in Southern California. Phil Hewlett reports. Emma Coronel Ispuro will serve out her sentence for drug trafficking and money laundering at a facility in Long Beach. The 33 year old former teenage beauty queen was convicted in November 2021 and is scheduled to be released in September. A judge ordered her to pay $1 .5 million in fines. El Chapo is serving a life sentence at a supermax prison facility in Florence, Colorado. I'm Phil Hewlett. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis will be in Oklahoma this weekend. Oklahoma is the fourth state DeSantis is visiting on his Great American Comeback Tour. He'll be at F the &E Creek Event Center near Catoosa Saturday afternoon just outside Tulsa. DeSantis has recently picked up several endorsements from Oklahoma political figures, including former Senator Jim Bridenstine. A major music star has won a hefty sum. Lisa G has the details. Jay Z is cashing out following his seven -year legal battle with a Los Angeles -based fragrance brand. According to TMZ, the singer will receive over $7 million from Parlux Fragrances after the brand lost its lawsuit against him. The suit back filed in 2016 claimed Jay Z didn't hold up his end of the contract. Regarding the cologne, gold Jay Z. The courts disagreed and Parlux was ordered to pay $6 .8 million with interest. A second rare -colored lobster has been caught in New England in as many weeks. The University of New England in is Maine featuring a bright orange lobster at its science center. Researchers say the chances of finding this and Prestation are one in 30 million. The lobster was donated to the University by a fishing crew that discovered it in Maine's Casco Bay. I'm Bryan Shook. And I'm Charlie Pallet at Bloomberg World Headquarters. We do check markets all day long here at Bloomberg. The S &P 500 index inched further into bull market territory today as technology shares continue to climb amid bets that the Federal Reserve is nearing the end of its hiking cycle. Sarah Hunt is portfolio manager at Alpine Woods Capital Investors. I think the bigger question is, overall market and some of the multiples that we're moving to, where do those stocks go and what does the Fed do? How long do we stay at higher elevated interest rates? I think that's going to be a big part of the question on how equity markets form over the next 12 to 18 months. Sarah Hunt of Alpine Woods and you can hear more of that conversation on Bloomberg the Markets podcast. You can download it wherever you get your podcasts. So another up week for stocks, but what might it take for the next leg higher? Christopher Shipley is chief investment strategist at Northern Trust and he was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg's surveillance. When we look at the further upside market, in the it really needs to come from a broadening of participation. And it's true that we started to see that very recently, but I think the question for the broader market opportunity is whether that participation going forward comes via fresh capital into the market or if it comes via churn from these mega cap tech and tech adjacent companies that have really screamed higher this year. Christopher Shipley of Northern Trust. Next week is shaping up to be a big week for markets with that key inflation report Tuesday and then the Fed decision Wednesday. Matt Mailey is chief strategist at Miller Tabak. It would be a big shock if the Fed raised rates next week. They have been very, very good about telegraphing what they're going to do. I guess they have Canada and Australia, but since they've telegraphed in a certain way, if they want to send a more hawkish tone, They can they can have what you know they call that pockish pause and really you know jawbone things a little bit But I don't think they'll be raising rates next week. Matt Mailey of Miller Tabak. When considering the rate of inflation you have to take into account the price of oil. Jeff Currie is the head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs and he sees it going higher. Our views are going to be see substantial physical inventory draws because of these OPEC production cuts particularly during third quarter as well as in fourth quarter. That's going to push us up into the low 90s. Jeff Currie of Goldman Sachs. After the bell the Justice Department asked the court to immediately dissolve the American Airlines JetBlue Alliance. Stocks advanced with the S &P up almost five points today to end the week at $42 .98 up by about one tenth of percent. one NASDAQ now up seven weeks in a row higher by twenty points up two tenths of one percent. Global news power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet and this is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Business of Sports. Everybody is into soccer so it's not a case of like building the game in 94. To me the Mets have one of the most aggressive owners in all of pro sports. Women's sports has become much more high -profile. There's been a lot of focus on it. TV networks have made a killing off college football and they will continue to do that. If you have a very motivated owner, which the Padres do, which the Phillies do, which the Yankees do, you spend. I think sports may be driving some of these services streaming as they go forward. There's a shelf life to be an athlete. You have to figure out what the pivot is going to be. Bloomberg Business and Sports from Bloomberg Radio. Hello, this is the Bloomberg Business and Sports Show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports. I'm Michael Barr. I'm Scarlett Fu. And I'm Damien Stasauer. We've got a big, big, big, big, big, big Ed Sullivan type show
The Charlie Kirk Show
Emma-Jo Morris Discusses Smoking Gun Against the Biden Family
"Marlow, editor in chief of Breitbart News, here for Charlie today. And I've got a great guest on the line Emma Joe Morris. He's our politics editor at breitbart and she's most famous for breaking the laptop from health scoops for the New York Post when she was there, and then censored by Politico and others who are now fact checking president Trump in a surreal irony. Emma Joe? Thank you for coming on with me. Thank you for having me, Alex. I like seeing you on video. The stash works. Thank you. I appreciate it. Now, this is a new thing in the arsenal. I just dawned on me. I was on a vacation, and I'd forgot a razor, and I thought I can not let all this facial hair go to waste and lo and behold. Now we have a stash. And now anyone who's in the radio audience knows how horrible that is for radio. And I win the TV audience, knows how fun it is to get to talk about mustaches. Instead of serious business. So we got to get to the news, Emma. James comer's named 9 Biden family members who got business payments. We learned yesterday that there was some million odd dollars that went out to Biden family connected businesses, probably hunter from a known Romanian oligarch and do we think this is the smoking gun. This is what's going to finally bring down the Biden family or is this another big joke? Because I'll tell you to see the Biden's react to it, The White House and Democrats are actually mocking the House oversight committee's revelations, take it away. Yeah, I think I hate to say it. It brings me no pleasure, but I kind of get the dunk because I'm kind of dunking on them too. We have to look at this in context, right? Like this isn't just happening in a vacuum where Homer comes out and tells us something, you know, bombshell that Biden's are doing business in a corrupt country. First of all, we knew this already. This has been reported by the New York Post Popovich, who is the name of the client in Romania, who hunter was helping wiggle out of some sort of corruption problem. We've known about this. Not only have we known about this, but what comer didn't say and what has been reported already by the New York Post is that in hunter's laptop from hell, there are meetings in his calendar where he's meeting with his Romanian patrons and then going to meet his father directly after that happens on three occasions.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Shocking Truth About Immigration Laws Revealed
"The laws so that anyone who shows up can be here. And then all of a sudden, then you have a logic for people who are just show up to stay forever and ever and ever. And then you get a court date down the road, maybe they show up, maybe they don't. And before you know it, it's going to be harder and harder to deport them. Particularly if you don't have things like, if you don't have things like E verify, which is one of the most humane ways to get people deported because if you crack down the employers and you can't get work, then the people who are mostly economic migrants, the main reason people are coming here. There's going to head back. And I was ragging on desantis a little bit last hour, at least as people. But Florida has become the go to state for E verify, which is very cool. And it highly aggressive. But it's a great law. It's a great law, and it's something that really is, it should be adopted across the board. And the fact that it's not reveals the true agenda, which is to keep the border open.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Brace Yourself for A 700K Invasion As Title 42 Ends
"Much stuff to get to, I don't know if we can get to it all. But the biggest things are tonight at midnight title 42 ends, it is the really last remaining immigration enforcement protocol that is doing any good in this country at the moment. And we become wide open, even more so than we already are to the first world. The second world, the third world, whichever is your favorite world, if there's a fourth world, they can come up to. And the invasion could be to the tune of 700,000 people, perhaps, according to some estimates, and you should just say, it won't go up from there. We're already going to see a record in flux this year to beat last year's record to beat the record from the year before. And if there's a silver lining perhaps, perhaps, maybe we can raise awareness about this issue, which is still the biggest issue facing this country in my viewpoint, and it has been since Donald Trump came down that escalator in 2015.
The Emma Guns Show
"emma" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"To another episode of the Emma gun show. I am your host, and we're going to wardner. And in this episode, I'm going to be sharing with you some exciting new changes you'll be hearing on upcoming episodes of the podcast. So if you are a regular or a longtime listener, you'll know that at the end of 2022, I told you I'd been thinking long and hard about the content and format of the show. While I adore long form conversations, I felt after 7 years of creating the podcast that a little structure wouldn't go amiss. And so in order to find out what that structure would be, what it would look like, what it would sound like. I've gone back through the 700 episode library, plus all of your emails, and I've tried to find as many DMs as possible. And I've picked out what I think have been the golden nuggets that have always been at the heart of the podcast and have really stood out for you and have also really resonated for me. So when I started the show, I was essentially sitting in front of people asking them how. And that was really my fundamental question. How have you done it? How have you got here? And what I really wanted to know was how they had achieved success. What each of those stories in their own way showed was that no matter how glossy, easy or effortless it looks from the outside, everyone's journey has been riddled with, I don't know whether it's challenges, obstacles, failures, successes, all of these things that when you actually unpick it, it's not as glamorous as it looks on the outside. And it's been these parts of the conversations where the stakes have been really high, the lessons have been hard and the goal has felt insurmountable. There have been the parts of the stories that have really resonated with you my most excellent listeners and that the things that have really stuck with me I've felt really bonded to people who've been generous enough to really open up about when they thought it was all going to expire or evaporate in front of them and they were going to lose perhaps a thing they've been working for so hard. So moving forward, each episode will examine exactly this. This journey, these stories, via the risks, the excuses, the obstacles, the challenges that successes, the opportunities, those taken in those mist, regrets, curveballs, weaknesses, strengths, and those times when my guests have had to accept that they were wrong. And that actually I think tell me about a time when you were wrong and know it's something that I've had to do on my own journey of personal development if you like. And it can sometimes be the hardest thing. So it's been very interesting just a little bit of a sneak peek. I have been asking guess this already and that one is definitely the zinger question that is very, very revealing. And I remember years ago, someone saying to never ever take advice from somebody who hasn't fallen flat on their face because that's where real experience comes from. It's in the messy bits. And what I know is that my guests will share their emotional toolkits and coping strategies and offer incredible perspectives that will help anyone listening, navigate their own path through whatever they may be feeling. Whether my guest is in film, cinema journalism, health, whatever it might be. Sometimes hearing someone else's story that really relates in no way to your own. Can be the perspective you need to actually move forward in a way that's meaningful for you. So the Amazon show will return on Monday, January 16th. And yes, you may have spotted it. That's another change that's a change too. There's a change to the schedule. I'm moving the show from Sunday to Monday. So thank you so much for your patience and support as I've made these changes. I was hoping that they would have started a little bit earlier, but end of last year really was a mess. Maybe we'll talk about that on a midweek show. But that is another change. As soon as we've got this schedule up and running, I want to bring back the mid week shows and I know that a lot of you really like those when it's just me, a solo episode. I will be really delighted to start answering this in the questions in the mid week spot, but we just need to get these ones kind of get a little bit of a rhythm going with the new format. And then I will bring back the mid week shows. I've had lots of emails from the last episode from people saying that you're really looking forward to that coming back. So that is on my wish list. It's not even on my wish list. We are working towards doing that. That's definitely going to come back. We just have to get this all sort of started. And then those mid week shows will be coming back. So thank you so much. I've been blown away so far by the responses I've had from guests to this new format. Definitely the conversations have been incredibly revealing incredibly helpful. And surprising in the most delightful way at times I have to be really honest, I honestly, as a creator, I'm like, I just want to publish them all now, but we're going to methodically publish them every Monday moving forward. I will ask this though. If you aren't already, please make sure that you're subscribed so you never miss an episode. And if you do like the new format, please tell a friend or two. You know what it's like, the more subscribers the more listeners, the more I'm able to persuade people to come on the show. So I would really enjoy your support. If you aren't following me over on Instagram, that's where you get a lot of behind the scenes content from this podcast, whether it's just like stuff from the studio, which I'll be sharing a lot more of, then I'm at Emma guns over on Instagram, and there is a private Facebook group, again, go to Facebook, the link will be in the show notes. But anything that you can do to let more people know that you're listening to the show and you really like it. That would be really wonderful too. And again, don't forget to subscribe. So I can't wait for you to hear this first episode. It's a humdinger and I loved recording it. And I can't wait to share it. Thank you so much for listening. I will see you on the next one.
AP News Radio
2-time Wimbledon champ Murray loses to Isner in 2nd round
"And Emma rata were eliminated in the second round of Wimbledon Murray disappointed the crowd by losing to American John Isner in four sets Isner had been zero and 8 versus the two time Wimbledon champion Radio can who was asked by Caroline Garcia in straight sets Three time defending champ Novak Djokovic and number 5 Carlos alcaraz won their second round matches while number three Casper Roode fell Women's second seat at net cultivate and number 9 gardenia muguruza were defeated I'm Dave
The Dan Bongino Show
Jenna Ellis: What Does Liz Cheney's Future Entail?
"You know Republicans aren't the solution to all your problems right I'm a conservative first But the Democrats are the cause So given those two options listen I don't care who you voted for before We got to take the country back And we may have to accept that you know 80% of what we want to come back for the other 20 laters Reagan said But I think that's an important takeaway that candidates even like Kemp who I mean let's be honest I don't think there's a candidate in the country Donald Trump couldn't stand more You know Brian Kemp did some conservative stuff and he came out after he lost the endorsement which obviously wasn't going to happen And he never ran against Trump though Jenna He said listen the guy doesn't like me but I don't feel the same way about him We're going to do some conservative stuff And I hope later on you know whatever He joins the team And that was it And he skated pretty good So that's kind of a critical lesson moving forward that the grip Donald Trump has on the Republican Party is going to be here for a long time People respect what he did But again like Tom rice who voted to impeach him If you're going to come out as an explicitly anti Trump guy or woman that's it man It's like stick a fork It Liz Cheney Look at Liz Cheney and I'm looking forward to her losing by 40 points And she and then kinzinger just put in the towel and said hey I don't even want to try to run You almost made me spit out my water I took a sip of water people Emma spitted all of it Yeah I think you're right Sorry to me but I know Liz Cheney's I think she's gonna get
"emma" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And nowadays, when I am with my parents, I am often also with my children. Which means that there's no sort of sustained adult conversation allowed. It means that every conversation is likely to be interrupted with questions about snacks or video games or anything. And so my dad, my dad and I were able to talk or not talk or just sort of be together for hours with no one else in the room. That slowed down time, it sounds like such a gift, but also such a scary moment. Was there ever a time when you were writing this book, processing all of this? And afraid that he wasn't going to make it. Oh, a 100%. Yes. And he certainly thought so too. I'm so glad that he is still here. You know, just because I get to spend more time with him. Mostly, that's number one. And that my children get to spend more time with him. But also that I got to give him this thing. And say, here, look, I made you this. I think you'll like it. And he does. Emma straub, thank you so much for joining us and thank you for this book. Thank you so much for talking to me. I so appreciate an absolute thrill. Emma straub's new novel is called this time tomorrow. She spoke with guest interviewer Tanya Mosley..
The Charlie Kirk Show
Hunter Biden's 'Laptop From Hell' With Miranda Devine
"With us right now is a phenomenal patriot, she's super smart and is shaking the matrix. There's a lot happening. I think it's because of her reporting and because of her book that we're starting to see some rumblings from our federal law enforcement agencies. In the direction of Hunter Biden with us is Miranda divine author of the plainly titled but accurately titled book the laptop from hell, Miranda, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks so much. Charlie, great to be with you. So tell us the book is out I've heard some amazing things about it and so tell us what the reaction has been. Well, look, it's been a bestseller, sold a lot of copies to people on our side of the fence, but really there was this wall between conservatives and people who are, you know, perhaps Trump voters who didn't vote for Joe Biden. And the people who read The New York Times and watched CNN and MSNBC and just were kept in the dark by their favored organs before the election. And until 17 months later, last week, The New York Times broke that wall, just a little, just a little chink by admitting that yes, the laptop from hell, Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop is real and they had authenticated emails on it. I mean, we did that 17 months ago, you know, basically the New York Post that was your previous guest, Emma Joe Morris, my friend, my colleague, she did a brilliant job of doing the due diligence that was necessary. And we also had Charlie Bobbie linsky, who you didn't need the laptop. You could just talk to Tony bubble linsky who was a very is a very credible businessman who got caught up in the Hunter Biden mess and a patriot, a naval veteran. He offered himself to the media and gave a press conference before the election after the New York Post story first came out. And no one was interested. They just dismissed him. They ignored him. We didn't. We published the material that he gave us, which was, you know, it corroborated what was on the laptop and it augmented it. And then there was the chuck grassley and Ron Johnson inquiry, which already about a month before we published that stories had already started laying down the paper trail, the documents that showed all this millions of dollars ended up being tens of millions of dollars coming out of Chinese and Russian and Ukrainian shady coffers into the bank accounts in America of Joe Biden's family members and their business
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Who Is Attorney Robert Barnes?
"Today, we are delighted to have with us Robert Barnes trial lawyer just kind of data based individual bit of a troublemaker and that's what we like. Robert Barnes, welcome to America first one on one. Happy to be here. Robert, let's start for those who are not familiar with your work, your background, what you do on your out there in the media every single day. Talk to us about your background, your training and what is the focus of your work today. Sure, Emma constitutional lawyer do civil criminal cases do tax cases do cases around the country and across the globe, clients are across the board politically. So it represented everybody from the Green Party and the peace and freedom party to the Libertarian Party and the taxpayers party and the Conservative Party. Everybody from Wesley Snipes and Julie Stein and a range of others to president Trump and a range of people, the Covington kids, you name it. So the only thing that's in common is that most of my clients are underdog clients and their cases and causes concern matters of constitutional
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Breitbart Editor Emma-Jo Morris Describes Hunter Biden's Proposed Office Mates
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Nancy Pelosi to Run for 18th Full House Term
"Well, remember Nancy bought that house in Florida and I thought there's no way she's running again. She's gonna live in a free state. Did you hear? She's rerunning. Yeah, but she might be still living in Florida. That's true. That's true. Let's pay the cut for our guests. It is so creepy. Eric said it is like something it is like big brother or big sister from a dystopian movie. Of course she's not in California. She's not there. These screenshot behind her is the green screen. It's so creepy. Play the cop. Our democracy is at risk because of the salts on the truth. The assault on the U.S. capitol. And the state by state assault on voting rights. This election is crucial. Nothing less is at stake than our democracy. But as we say, we don't agonize, we organize. And that is why I am running for reelection to Congress and respectfully seek your support. I would be greatly honored by it and grateful for it. Thank you so much. Getting the shivers, I need a bucket to vomit
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Police Officers Are Being Targeted Every Single Day
"Police officers are being targeted. Every single day. Today, saw something in New York, the likes of which I don't think we've seen in decades. I've posted the images online. You need to see them. Of the funeral. Of a slain officer. Gunned down in his prime. And his widow in the cathedral with literally thousands of members of the NYPD raid outside. I mean, it looked like a C of law enforcement. Shoulder to shoulder. Paying their respects to comrade who shouldn't be dead.
The Larry Elder Show
What MSNBC Says About the Future of Joy Reid's Show
"Now I want to also correct something we said last week and last week I said that joy Reid, who show on Emerson behe, I watched that you don't have to her show is not going to be renewed by MSNBC hall. Well, Emma's in Bihar put out a statement and said the reports that say she no longer is going to be having a show. Or wrong. One of those reports was in red state. In my opinion, normally is a reliable source conservative source, but still reliable. They published a story claiming that MSNBC hall was not going to renew joy, Reed's show. Now says, in fact, they are, so I don't know whether they initially said no, they weren't going to renew it. And then the fit hit the Shan, her fans, contacted them and they changed their mind, or whether or not the story was wrong in the first place. I don't know. All I know is that, according to MSNBC, she does, in fact, still have a show. Triple
Daily Mail: Daunte Wright Victims Tell of His Violent Past
"Well what about Dante Wright Who is he Our friends at post millennial took a deep look but actually the daily mail did and they pointed it out Here is each of rights victims in their stories about how Dante derailed each of them Jennifer Lemay May 1420 19 Not much is said about the initial incident that Jennifer's son Caleb suffered Caleb and Dante were purportedly friends until that day at the gas station where Dante Wright discharged a firearm toward Caleb striking him with a single shot bullet in the head Causing serious disability impairment Enders injuries Caleb Livingston was left crippled and wheelchair bound over the incident He can't even talk in his limited limb movement Dante Wright shot him in the hit CV December 2019 an anonymous woman who calls herself CV as it stands for crime victim Her story is the aggravated robbery charge that Dante Wright was scheduled to face trial for before his death CV and her roommate invited someone named Emma J driver over on the night of November 30 2019 Driver brought along Dante Wright the pair were friends The four of them hung out all night but eventually driver and Reich caught win that CV was due to pay her rent So the two men hung out until the next morning when they could rob CV over $800 in rent money Dante Wright held CV at gunpoint He said the following to see the I know you have the money give me the effing money We know you have the money That is what we are here for unquote And after that right choked her and both he and driver fled after trying to rob
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
This Is the Warning Shot! With Emma Jo Morris
"Welcome back to Emma Joe Morris one on one with me. Sebastian gorka. I need to ask you so many things we have to get you back. So many things I want to ask you, but first things first, given everything that you've uncovered, the thing that blows my mind apart from the corruption, the ambassador, the constant lying from all of the bidens. None of these people are top draw. None of them are smart. None of them are sharp. None of them are street smart. They're crazy crackheads like hunter, who takes films of himself with whores and crack and gets caught, crashing a rental car with his dead brother's attorney general badge in it and his crank pipeline. I mean, stuff you wouldn't believe in a novel. How do these people get away with it? Why does it take until you the poston and Rudy? Because there should have been detritus of corruption for decades. Yeah, I mean, I call them over educated fools. Good. 'cause I think that that's what kind of educated and dumb. Yeah, they go to Harvard. They go to Yale, whatever. And they're not exactly what you said. They're not street smart, but they can't. It's a miracle that they tie their shoes in the morning. Some of these guys, it looks like that. And I think how do they get away with it? I think it's saying that Trump made clear through his entire time in the white as if there's anything that there was to learn about Trump's time in The White House is that there's a club. Yeah. And if you're not in that club, you can't play with them. But if you're in the club. You can do no wrong. And there's no repercussion for anything. I mean, we exposed work that was being done while Joe Biden was vice president. And there's testimony in public from people who were involved in these deals. 20 public ski and Miranda writes about this and he said it in public, he said to them, why are you doing this? How are you doing this? This is like there's something really wrong about this. He was basically brought in to kind of button up their deals because they had no experience in any of this. So Tony was brought in with experience right up their contracts. Veterans. And he comes in and he realizes what's going on, and he says to Jim Biden, how why would you do this? How are you doing this? And his brother. Yes. And Joe's brother says to Tony, plausible deniability.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records
"A former coach swim coach apparently. Coated and daily mail, whereas the Emma former swim coach Emma McGee voiced her support for Leah. The name of the biological man who just switched over to female and one the competition for the University of Pennsylvania, I expect nothing from the University of Pennsylvania. I made a mistake in saying that Columbia is competing with Yale. The competing with the University of Pennsylvania, but everything in Philadelphia has been destroyed by the left, including the city generally. So it's not surprising that this happened that UPenn and nobody and nobody says, you know, we really cheated winning this competition. We cheated. It's called cheating, my Friends. A 5 year old would understand it's cheating. Nobody gives a damn if you want to change your sex. That's your business. It's my business if you cheat. It's not my business if you change sex. I wish you a good life. A decent human being would not use this in order to cheat and win record record speeds in swimming. A father of two girls who were swimmers spoke of his anger. We have a great video at prager U by a high school girl. To have the guts to speak out against this. No one spoke out against it. Now one swimmer. Not even the swimmers who lost.
AP News Radio
Police say Liverpool attacker bought bomb parts for 6 months
"British police say the suspect who was killed in a Liverpool taxi explosion spent at least six months buying components for a bomb and appears to have acted alone bust Jackson the head of counter terrorism policing north west England says Emma also will mean had rented a property in the city in April could have been making relevant purchases for device at least since then Jackson adds investigators so far have not found any of the people of concern detectives are also piecing together details of the dead man's life and
"emma" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Ammos. Commitment to freedom of speech was inspirational to many in fact the founder of the american civil liberties union roger baldwin credits emma for motivating him to dedicate his life to the principle of freedom. America drifted closer to entering world war. One emma became outspoken in her opposition to the war. In one thousand nine hundred seventeen. She was sentenced to two years in jail for conspiring against the draft. When her sentence was up the us deported her. To soviet russia for years emma had held up russia as the template revolution when she arrived she was dismayed to find. It wasn't the utopia. She thought it would be so. She started writing essays about the failures of the russian revolution and the tyranny of the bolshevik regime a writing alienated many of her former allies. After two years. Emma left russia and moved to france. There she wrote a one thousand page autobiography called living my life which revealed the breadth of her political interests. In nineteen thirty six. At the age of sixty seven emma was reinvigorated by the rumblings of a new anarchist revolution. This time in spain she do back into political action helping spanish. Anarchists fight against fascism in the spanish civil war four years later in may of nineteen forty. I'ma died of a stroke. It was only after her death she was allowed back in the. Us body was buried in chicago near the graves. Belabor activists who had inspired her to join the anarchist's caused so many years prior till the end of her life. Emma goldman fought tirelessly to build a world that she believed in without worrying about the risks. All month we're talking about troublemakers and billons for more about why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll manica weekly special. Thanks to lose kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator as always. We'll be taking a break for the weekend. Talk to you on monday..
A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"emma" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"You're listening to the beautiful mass podcast back for maternity leave. Yeah i thought it'd be fun to share the story of my son's birth with you all and some of the story elsie hasn't even heard yet so that'll be fun. Plus we're both sharing a recent guilty pleasure treasure at the end of this episode. Yes show happier back emma. Yeah i want everyone to hear all about your summer and everything that's happened and your new baby. He's cute yeah. I'm pretty obsessed. So yeah yeah. I won't do just the birth story. I'll talk about my maternity leave a little bit but yeah it's it's actually kind of hard to get into this episode because i told l. See but today. This morning was The first day. I dropped him off daycare his first day of daycare ever and i was hard. Everyone told me it would be hard and they were right. So i feel like it's i was like. Oh it's not so bad like right. At first i feel like every hour. That's gone by now. This is getting worse. This is getting worse. I thought get better throughout the day. It's getting a little worse day all your job as soon as we finish up. Yeah you can haul ass over there in pick baby oscar and feel reunite. That was like my first question to the gals at his school. I was like so if i want to pick them up earlier. Like yep you just text income on it. Cook okay with stories. I did a little in a on my personal instagram account. Which is emma red velvet and that was the number. One thing that i kept getting is are. You gonna tell us your story. So people love birth story right. I won't lie. I do not like birth stories very much. I'm always so happy when a friend you know. Has it baby or welcomes the baby into the world. No matter how it happens because there's lots of ways. But i've never been one to like really wanna know all the details of someone's birth story like it's a little intimidating and i'm just not a particularly medical person. Yes so but now that i've gone through it. I feel like. I have a new perspective on at least understand it more so it's a little more interesting in light night then because i have clicked away from birth story me to me too. That's why i was so surprised when people are like. I guess people really do want to hear this. Okay so but okay so start at the very beginning. If you don't know a lot of women feel contractions like a week or two weeks or even a month before the move ear. Yeah okay okay. So you're more that so. I kept waiting and waiting for that to happen to me. I was like haven't felt any contractions and it's two days now before my due date. June second day was june fourth. So i have felt any contractions and in my mind i thought well you know if it doesn't happen until a few days after my day like i think i had an appointment for that following monday or tuesday. Something like that was like. They're probably going to set a date to induce me because they I'm thirty five years old and it was just know they'll they'll let you go for a while after your day but it's like babies ready so they'll set a time for inducing you so in my mind. That was probably what's going to happen. Because i hadn't felt anything that felt like a contraction to me so i actually went to my like book club. I call it girls group. It's a bunch of women. Hang out with had gone to book club. That night went to bed and then around four. Am i woke up. And i was soaking wet..
Stuff You Missed in History Class
"emma" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"In march eighteen eighty five emma's father. Moses lazarus died in april. She set sail for europe once again. This trip was a very long one. She kept traveling right into 1887. She started with visits to yorkshire and london before moving onto the netherlands france and italy but by the end of the year she was not feeling well she continued her travels eighteen eighty six. Despite feeling ill. I went back to england and then holland and paris and she'd been planning another visit to italy but ended up staying in paris in two hundred eighty seven because she just couldn't travel anymore. She stayed in paris for six months before returning to new york in july and that time she had developed a facial paralysis. She lost her hearing in one ear. Her eyesight had declined to the point that she could barely see her younger sister. Anne had been with her in europe and took care of her as she convalesced. And took dictation so that emma could keep up her. Correspondence lazarus never got to witness her poems rise to fame because she died on november nineteenth of eighteen eighty seven and while her illness was never properly diagnosed. It is likely based on the evidence. and based on what people have gathered that she probably died from hodgkin lymphoma. She was only thirty eight. The funeral was held at her home in new york and then she was buried in cypress hills in brooklyn. The december issue of american hebrew was a memorial to emma lazarus. It was more than twenty pages longer than normal to accommodate all the poems and other various tributes that writers had sent for inclusion the new colossus went largely unmentioned in and writings about her after her death aside from tribute written by constance cary harrison. That was the the writer who had asked her specifically to please rate that poem in eighteen. Eighty eight year. After emma died her cousin set up. The emma lazarus club for working girls. And they're young women. Immigrants could learn marketable skills such as sewing or clerical practices but they could also steady literature if they wanted to. This charitable effort troubled her immediate family though they'd never been entirely comfortable with 'em as activism after her death. They had shifted the narrative of her life a little bit playing down her controversial zionist views. As you recall from the beginning of the episode her father had consciously worked to blend in with new york society and really played down. The family's jewish heritage. The family refused to allow any of emma's pro jewish poetry to be reprinted after her death when her sisters josephine and anti published the two volume set the poems of emma. Lazarus eight hundred eighty eight so josephine wrote a biographical sketch of emma. Yeah that sketch got reprinted. It a lot of places and that's really kind of where her life story got a little bit. shifted around where it wasn't quite an accurate portrayal of her anymore but more like a a very nice version that left out any of her controversial views in one thousand. Nine hundred one though. The new colossus was rediscovered by georgina. Schuyler who is a friend of emma's in schuyler found the poem in a book that she happened upon in a bookshop and she was inspired to resurrect her friend's work and through schuyler efforts in nineteen. Oh three the new colossus was inscribed on a plaque and that plaque was hung inside the museum in the statue of liberty's pedestal where it remains to this day. The emma lazarus federation of jewish women's clubs was formed in nineteen forty four by the women's division of the jewish people's paternal order of the international workers order for the w. o. It was founded as a relief group combating racism and fostering positively in jewish identity from its founding until its dissolution in one thousand nine hundred nine the group had at times been labelled as subversive and radical and it did have ties to communism it also went through various rewards but it was always focused on women's issues. The group didn't only advocate for jewish women's causes. Though that was its primary focus. The emma lazarus federation joined forces with the black women's group sojourner truth and justice during the fifties and sixties and it also pressured the us government to ratify the nineteen forty eight genocide convention at its highest level of activity. The emma lazarus federation had one hundred clubs within with membership totaling between four thousand and five thousand women in subways. Lazarus has become more since her death questions related to her spinster. Lifestyle rose in the second half of the twentieth century when a sonnet that she wrote titled assurance was published for the first time. The it begins last night i slept and when i woke her kiss still floated on my lips. The poem describes a dream of a romantic forest interlude. Are we go so far as to say an erotic forest interlude that concludes with the woman reference in the first line whispering quoit and didst thou dream this could be buried. This could be asleep and love. Be thrilled to death. Nee what's so seem have faith to your heart. This is the thing that is the sonnet has naturally fueled speculation about emma lazarus's sexual identity. She had included it in an anthology of her own work that she was preparing just before she died she understood that she was not going to survive and she was really focused on her poetry surviving but this poem was undated which was unusual for her work. She had to have known it would be a little bit controversial but this poem like her activism was omitted from the work by her sisters author. Esther shore in her two thousand six biography of emma lazarus discussed this poem and made a case that it can be interpreted as much about an simply embracing one's own sexuality as anything else she said quote. She wrote the poem as a dream vision and left it. Undated not to elude us but to redirect us what the poem exposes her unconscious and it tells us that she met it. If not a female lover face to face in the sonnet the levers enigmatic assurance is that this is the thing that is means in another idiom. This is the real thing but it's also a thing that is real beyond denial or repression assurances. Not a poem about choosing a lover. It is about being chosen by desire. It is a love poem. Yes but also a poem of vocation about being called by e ross to a vital sexual life. That is of course one interpretation. That's the thing about poetry. Other people can interpret different ways. I had a definite interpretation when i read it. That is not something we could really repeat in the podcast. All right then There has been plenty of speculation. Also about a possible romance at one point between emma lazarus and charles decay. Who was the brother of her best friend. Helena decay and the to. Emma and charles were very close for years but it appears that whatever their connection was it fell apart when emma learned something scandalous about charles although what that thing was is unknown. But what we do know. Is that charles a poet in his own right after finding out that she had discovered something wrote a rather scathing kind of comedy poem to his brother-in-law mocking emma over the whole thing so whether there was any true romantic affection between the two of them remains a mystery. I read some accounts suggested that helena always thought emma had a thing for charles but charles never really cared about her but then other people in their social circle mentioned that charles was really quite fond of her. We don't know it's all hearsay at this point but if there had been any real Romantic affection between them. That incident.
The Life of Anna Leonowens
"Anna leeann. Owens was born and harriet. Emma edwards in india in november of eighteen. Thirty one anna came from a mixed race family. Her father sergeant. Thomas edwards was english. Her mother mary. Ann glass scott was the daughter of an anglo indian. Marriage on anna was just three months old. Her father died and her mother remarried an irish catholic corporal named patrick donahue as a result of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small
The Tennis Podcast
US Open Day 8: Djokovic vs. Brooksby
"Eight of the. us open. Anna's we come to you. We are watching novak djokovic. Sit in a meditative state at the chair. Midway through his fourth-round match against twenty year. Old american jensen brooks be. He lost the first set. It has been an epic second-set with still in it. Jovic leads five games to brooks spear serving. Two five to stay in the set to five does not tell the story of this set of tennis. There was a twenty minute game in the middle of it in which books be broke eventually the joke of which served to to get things back on track but rich being the guy that he is immediately sees the
Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain
"emma" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain
"My arm skin is like glowing like i. I've always exploited my face you know. And that's like whatever so my face skin is you know tends to glow when i'm treating it properly but i never thought about making my body. Skin glow but using a loofah gets rid of all the dead skin. So that you look like you're fucking glowing all over your body you see them saying listen. This might sound obvious to some. But it wasn't to me. I thought it was pointless. I was like what's the point of having a loofah like i never understood. I was like okay. Yeah maybe an exfoliating but like who cares. I don't need to do that. Like why do i need to fully eight. My body like what's the point. Well the point is that it makes you glow from within. I don't know why it just like even my legs look like they're glowing. It's so weird. Okay last product. That i'm talking about is something that i've used throughout the past like five or six years on and off but i'm going through a phase again where i'm using it so i thought it'd be necessary to bring up and it's very simple. It's nothing crazy but it is a game changer. For me and i will explain why it is a hydro flask. Water bottle with a sippy cup. Lid okay sippy cup meaning like a straw lid. Hydra flasks our water bottles. Keep your ice cold for like twenty four hours in. That's not even a joke like it really does. Keep your ice cold forever. And they're very hyped up. There's a lot of hype around them. A lot of people have hydro flasks talk about hydro flask. But they really are truly worth the money and they are honestly i kid you not. They're the only thing that made me drink water without like my hydro flask. I don't drink water for the past. Like year i haven't been using a hydro flask and when i tell you i've maybe had glasses of water within the past year. I'm not kidding. All of my other hydration has come from. I don't know. I do not know like i went through a phase for the past year where i didn't drink water but recently i was like emma. You need to figure it out because like this is like genuinely bad for you. I'm not kidding. I don't know how i didn't die. I don't know how i wasn't constantly dehydrated. And i might have been but regardless this hydro flask and having this hydro flask on hand at all times keeps me drinking water and i also somebody who really loves ice cold water and the hydro flask keeps the water cold. So it's always at a desirable temperature for me. And that makes me want to drink water constantly so i just constantly keep my hydro flask with me and i'm really going to try to keep this habit going because i tend to like have phases where i'll use my hydro flask for like two months straight and i'll drink so much water and i'll just be like on a roll and then i'll just fall off the bandwagon and stop using it and then i literally stopped drinking water. So this is like my lifeline. I need to continue to use the hydro flask. But it's the only product that i've found that it's gotten me to drink water so there it is okay. The last product is not something that i'm even recommending to you guys. I just needed to mention it because it's almost funny. How stupid it is. The last product is a litter robot. basically i have cats to kitties and obviously a part about having cats is cleaning their litterbox and at personally. There's nothing. i despise more than cleaning the litter box and so my mom found this product online called litter robot in it's basically a litterbox that self cleans itself and i'm not gonna lie. Don't want any of you guys right now to go online and look up how much it costs because i'm genuinely mortified. It's way too much money. It is a stupid amount of money but at the same time i have zero regrets about it like it's kind of amazing i it's so dumb and it's so stupid and it's so unnecessary but it's also so incredible literally also looks like a spaceship if you look up a picture of a litter robot they literally it's a dome dome and it rotates in shit and it took the cats awhile to get used to it because it's kind of scary for them because it's super weird looking but it's great like it self cleans itself. You only have to empty it like once a week and you don't have to scoop anything. It's incredible But like how bad of a cat. Mom i that i don't even wanna fucking clean the litterbox cats are like genuinely and easy pet to have you feed them twice a day. You clean their litter box and you give them water. It's so easy yet. Like i am such a shit that i decided to waste my money on a literal self cleaning litter robot so that i could eliminate one of the responsibilities from owning a cat. I like how. Am i going to have children one day. I don't know like i'm i'm concerned. About how bad. I am taking care of things like i. Just i literally am cheating my way through being a cat. Mom how am i going to be as a real mother to a real human child like by the time i'm a mom they're probably be like robot nannies and lord knows. I'm probably going to get one. Because i'm really bad at this shit but anyway those are all the products that have changed my life recently and they might sound stupid and mundane whatever but those are genuinely the things that.
The Emma Guns Show
"emma" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Hoping from the age of nine every time i on my best day every time i blew out the candles on my birthday cake. My wish was to be thin so it has occupied my thoughts feelings for such a long time so i absolutely know what it's like to have someone comment on your way in the street and almost want to say it's not my fault because i genuinely i'm thinking about i want it so much it's not happening and it was. It was all myself with information and again as you said taking a step back from me and just looking at it almost objectively. That was how i was able to get perspective. They're related like not none of this stop. She losing weight. But it doesn't. It's like it's privilege of having like genes that don't predisposes you to pick on a certain socio economic backgrounds that make it easier to you know pick and choose your diet and what food is available to you that there are loads of factors that go into someone's weight and i'm certainly not saying it's anyone's fault for being overweight but i guess that just that notion that there isn't there isn't penalty for that. I get my come from. The fact is seen as a choice in a way that the color of your skin isn't seen as a choice. Yes it's really interesting. How burke listeners. And i don't know i think it's i'm just outrageous but it's really brilliant and again. It's her journey and emotional eating and having a disturbed assorted relationship with food. And it's really fascinating and it just. It's really good to have as many voices out there explaining why it can be so complicated because it is. And i actually really. I'm really interested in listening to the diet messages unto mess on the other side and to here i mean not. I'm against dungy dot but just to hear. Both sides of the argument is actually usually both sides. Have some valid points at someone in the middle of the. The kind of the trace lies a few weeks ago. I had to vinnie taylor on the cost and during the conversation she said because of her issues with being obese and she said that she felt so terrible and the abc is a slow death and that generated quite a strong reaction and i was given a lot of reading material by people idea. Who would you need. This need to read that an emma. Im diligently going through every book. So i was told to joshua will work. i have i was told to read What we don't talk about when we talk about gordon. I'm reading as a feminist issue so listeners. If you message me 'cause you would disappointed trust me. I'm working my way through those books. But then some impressive and it says so much about you that your open to both sides and i do think that one problem with books is those are all quite bias that one side of a narrative right and you only an i know this because obviously i've read books before but i remember reading assigned book about this was years ago but it i think it was called like sugar nation. Something and it basically convinced me. That sugar was like the devil. And bob and remember last crack cocaine like literally the worst thing ever. I remember my mom just saying type. Two diabetic and i was like. Oh yeah like you get so lost in one person's narrative and this is true often with like solo podcast as when no one's like questioning one thought process you. You're only giving evidence a your own. I very much doubt there's like this is like an onsite message. Batch the people who die all also get these benefits and actually like these. Are the problems with fire with having too much fun and say normally that quite one-sided but then again that's why you've read seventy bucks that's why you listen to people on bay sides of an argument. Yeah which i think and actually one of the reasons why i was keen to read all those books is because obviously withdrawn drawn into our own echo chamber withdrawn into the places where we find ourselves where we agree. And those are probably wouldn't have picked up. Had i been left my devices. So i really really always appreciate my listeners. Input and it has opened my eyes up has but it's also it has made me think i don't agree with that and got has sort of consolidated my feelings about that so that's fine but i do think it's important to see all sides but i do. I think it's it's been in. Education is is hard. But i guess that's how you come up with your opinion rather than just regurgitating other people's opinion i've looked at both sides from what i know. This is what. I think the moment that might change if i keep a new information occurring and that's that's part of being a good human in many ways the yeah. This is my opinion that moment but it might change. And that's why. I'm really glad i found you feed and that's why i'm really glad to have had you on the show because i really do think as i said right at the top you come from a position of expertise you perceive studied really hard and you know your you know your topic inside out and back to front but you also really appreciate but the person in front of you who says that they have a certain kind of go might have a whole whole load of obstacles emotional invisible obstacles that have been preventing them from getting their. I knew actually try and help them. Step all of those before you actually get to. What maybe they they say they want and then maybe find along the way. Their intention has changed. And i love the way you talk about people connecting and you see this self worth increase when you work with people because actually it's about the accountability they have with themselves and they set themselves a golden. Like me and it just makes them feel incredibly the results. That kind of secondary. Yeah i think you see this a lot with confidence and people who think that corporate because they look us out in way like you might feel more competent now because you've lost way but it's probably less to do with how you look now and more today with you struggled with something your whole life and now you've achieved it and night. How proud of yourself are you. How much confidence that give you that. You have said that you're going to do something. Then you showed up for yourself. New followed through dick. That's what gives you. The confidence is less like the weight losses. Like always the by products to really what you're achieving and so many people just attributed to oh. I lost this way and knowledge. That much more confident. You know it's funny for a long time when instagram you'd only see me through so hair up and then gradually. The camera would pan out a little bit and people people started asking me on my. Gosh you've lost weight but actually most of the masters. I started to get and probably still get. You just look happier. You just look more confident and you're totally right. It's about the now my kitchen cupboards on empty. Because i don't distrust myself around food and i all of those things it's about and that about the fact that you can have it in your house and not feel like it's you know that you're always thinking about and i guess you've been speaking a lot about how much weight impacted your thoughts from the age of nine and now like how much more brain power d- have that that's not always at the forefront of your mind the have you know all this all the rest of those stores now to fill up with in much more interesting things like conversations with you okay. Will you let listening where they can find you. And they can sign up for various courses. But you also just your instagram annual. And what's the sounds like pension address. That's it why internet address is..
The Emma Guns Show
"emma" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"If you come in your on twelve hundred calories or you're kind of in a way of trick yourself into believing that you definitely sticking to the longtime and i say we need to increase your calories to eighteen hundred and you're like well. I understand energy balance. That's not going to work hard to just trust someone that that is what you need to do. And i think good way above break like a normally. I do give a little about science in a lot of reassurance but even your basal metabolic rate about sixty kilograms is about one hundred and forty. Sorry one thousand four hundred calories day so even if you do nothing you'll burning that said. There's no way that you need to be on twelve hundred calories if you tell me you're also getting in ten thousand steps and you're going to the gym four times a week like you need to stop fuelling yourself when you start doing that. The weight loss starts to come saying what about this thing. And i'm sure lots of people have had. I've had of if you eat too little you will start losing weight. Yeah i guess it's that that same nation isn't it and it's just not true and again another good example of this which i am not containing and i would not recommend but that was a man and there's like her case study on this who decided he needed to lose weight was very obese. Decided he wasn't going to eat for a whole year said he didn't eat for a year and then not was. This was this his idea of. I'm just going to let the an the energy. Come off my body. Just actually right. Yeah like and. I think this might seem like with save in some ways. That's kind of easier. Like i'm not going to eat full stop because moderation is hard Just i'm sure most people who await have tried to lose weight before like founded. That's hunting says he anyway. He was like. I'm not gonna eat anything now. He was under medical supervision and he did get injected with certain victims and mineral say that he wasn't deficient anything but yeah he lost a substantial amount of weight and was generally fine. Like you don't adopts to like if you've got energy that to lose That talese then. That's what will happen like it. Still energy balance. Say i guess that's just a good example of yes on a on a physiological level. You will lose weight. If you're not eating very much full stop. You can't eat low to lose weight on a physiological level on a behavioral leveaux completely different story. And that's the difference between like science and coaching by actually applying people. Because if i put all my clients really their calories they lose more weight no they stop adhering to the calories. And that's that's how like. That's the behavioral response and just to take any kind of like stigma or shame around that like if you're saying that you're taking two thousand calories and you're not losing weight and we know that you're eating other periods of time. There's no shame in on that. Like i would do the same. You would do the same. It's just a normal human response to over restriction as overindulgence. So when you're over straight thing at some point you will probably overindulge and the way to get out of that cycle because normally is recycle. You're like stick. Two thousand calories monday to thursday and then for some reason i end up eating friday to monday and then i get back on it again and usually what people do which is the wrong approaches. I'm going to try really hard. This thursday not to eat. I'm going to really trying avoid that. Every app said instead of getting to the cause of the eating which is ridiculous over restriction and it's odd had space. Get into but once you can take that back right if i just don't over restrict monday thursday. The likelihood is. I'm not going to eat thursday to monday. Say that's what you need to do to break that cycle. You need to stop to restriction. Because that's what's causing over. Indulgence is a really horrible horrible. A cycle and my friend charlotte used to come to my flat and she would open the kitchen cupboards and she would say there's nothing in here and i would say because i it trust waksal so if i want to eat i go to the supermarket and get what i wanted to eat and it is an if i over indulged. Beat myself up in. It's horrible. Would actually another quote you shed which i love is i think it's kevin kelly one it's much easier to change how you sink by changing your behavior than it is to change your behavior by changing how you think and i think that is it really for me a just nails on the head. The different of the difference between how i thought previously and how i think now. I'm going to trust my behaviors to get me to want to be rather than if i think really really hard a it really really a lot. That kind of has been the shift. And i think that just encourages or to me. That quote encourages action. Not you might know my mindsets. Not i have a poor relationship with. Exercise will food or something but actually taking sometimes if you you're kinda delaying taking action by being like i need sought my mind. Mind out. I will actually like doing these. Actions is sorting out your mindset. Say you're over exercising need to what my mindset out around iraq sizing fast actually you just reduced your sessions. Because you know. That's what you need to do and you start actioning it that also flicks into your mindset. I'm not saying don't wacko mindset. But i'm saying they go hand in hand a bit there. That's like adoptive near genesis isn't it. It's like the equivalent of a doubt domo genesis figuring but your brain adapting to your action in the way. That was really interesting. I mean i guess. I mean his motivation is your biggest thing getting people off the rollercoaster and getting them onto the steady. Yeah and it's not a very sexy. Sal how i try and because essentially i want this to be when someone works with me. The loss diet they have the need the loss thing there but most people who comes to be done watches stemming weld keith. They've tried everything and they've yoyo their whole life and it just seems to them like the next thing i want us to come at this with a different mindset. So that it's not yoyoing anymore. Like this is meant to be. Maintainable is meant to be enjoyable into kind of the approach. I take that. I'm trying to sell maintenance. I'm not trying to sell you'll lose x. Amount in eight weeks and it's not to say that you actually can't get incredible results in eight weeks but it is like flipping the mindset of wiring. How you doing it and that. It's not a finite period of time. It's these are changes that we want to make ongoing and this time you're going to be empowered and supported ongoing vile and you can have the education say that you know exactly what you're doing and why it's getting results as opposed to just been like his meal plan and then as soon as you get bored and concerts tailpipe mobile like well no idea how what was going on instead. It's like like how are we going to incorporate the foods that you enjoy. How are we going to make sure that you can still eat with your family. How are we going to make sure that. If you're traveling for work you can deal with that because these things can happen in your life then again on pause for this period of time because any ever going to be a quick fix we have to make sure that it can fit into your life. Not that you're trying to fit your life around this diet. And of course there are compromises as there are to achieving anything but really that's the mindset that if they want to maintain their results and get off this on off dieting yo-yo dieting. Kind of mentality. There's a there's a different reaction to this kind of conversation. I haven't been aware of until quite recently and feel comfortable to go here. Let's go here but it's about the the way in which even just talking about health and fitness on the desire to want lease way if that is indeed whereas appropriate for that individual how that can be quite triggering and how we've sort of tiptoed around it by talking about you know the ninety five percents of diets fail because that's something that's being used as. I don't want to engage in their stop telling me to do this because i know it doesn't work..
The Emma Guns Show
"emma" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Calorie expenditure. So this is why. It's called energy balance because you change one side of that equation. It can impact other sides. And will it's useful. Nowadays is that makes people track their steps or have access to being able to track their steps which is quite a crude measure of your energy expenditure side of the equation but really quite useful because most of the research on this topic and some of this pre incredible. It shows that some people and this tends to be people who are maybe slightly genetically predisposed to weighing more. They completely negate their calorie deficit by moving lass so they might be dieting but then they habitually moved last. And if you don't trust yourself you don't know this it can be completely subconscious. You might just end up moving slightly less and that's been shown to Completely negate whole five hundred calorie deficit which is mad. And you see this in rodent models as well if you put all the old mice on the same calorie deficit. Some the lose more weight. Some of them will lose last way. And it's directly correlated to. How much move. That's the that seems to be the defining thing now. Even when you account for that and this is why the myth of metabolic damaged comes from. There is an element of. What's known as adaptive thelma genesis and this is essentially just becoming slightly more efficient as you lose weight so the headline of you will ban less calories when you drop. Your calories is true but it's for three reasons. One people tend to me blast to your smaller person. So huge element like the biggest part of your total daily energy expenditure for the day is. What's initial basil mesbah create and that's directly related to much mass. You have to maintain so how many calories are just expanded. Just you being you not moving lying in bed all day now. The smaller person. You are the less calories you need to maintain your mass kind of make sense. So if you used to weigh one hundred grounds. And now you a seventy you'll basal. Metabolic rate will have reduced. That's not about donald. That's an inevitable full of life. It also kind of goes against the or improve proves the mess of people who are overweight having a slower metabolism muchly normally. They have a high metabolism because there is more of them to maintain so that happens and then there is the slight adaptive genesis. And when i say slight the numbers or something between seventeen hundred thirty calories a day so it's not the reason that you lose weight on twelve hundred calories if you're in a huge deficit you're so these. It might be the reason that you need to talk your calories slightly more than someone else. And i think that the might not the facts is so important to consider so. That's probably what an apple it's not. It's not a huge deal. It's not the recent. You can't lose weight but i think sometimes that's a misunderstood within the fitness industry and people kind of get. I think mostly it comes from these low calorie diets and people think that the low calorie diet will impact the metabolism. Won't the reason that you're not losing weight on calorie diet so hard to stick to that you're probably overeating other occasions. When you do get adopted genesis say the small reduction in calorie needs despite the fact that You obey some great well. I'm going to go back on this. So there's a a good example of this is if we both weighed sixty grams. Say but you'd previously weighed one hundred kilograms. your basal metabolic is just slightly lower. The mindset that the so seventy to one hundred thirty calories. Because i've always been sixty kilograms so you've become slightly more efficient due to the weight loss. Not the low calories. It's due to the weight loss. So if you're on low calories needs thinks that you're damaging your metabolism. You're not but if you've lost a significant amount of weight you may be slightly more efficient and that sort of the different size so it's the weight loss. Not the amount of calories that you're eating that would impact your metabolism a small amount. Because i've read. Recently people saying saying that they have stopped. Dieting and one of the reasons is 'cause they wrecked their metabolism. And now they don't burn calories or that basal metabolic is so low that it's almost impossible for them to get into a deficit. And i wanted to ask you about that. Steve know your stuff inside out. I don't it's not meant in biologically physiologically possible. No i mean if you take this to the extreme that would cure salvation right if you if your body adopted so much that when you drop to calories very low which is able to function on eight hundred calories without losing weight. They would stop like so. That doesn't happen. There is a small adaptation. I think this is why that mess way die is because there's usually in things that keep coming up and up you're like there's a tiny scientists so i can't say that that's completely untrue. But it's just the magnitude of effect that so important that you're looking at probably less than one hundred calories. No the reason that you're not wait despite dropping your calories really low and it always always is. And i see this genuinely with. Thousands of women is always setting yourself a realistic calorie target and sticking to it. And that's the difference between yoyoing twelve hundred and getting subtypes of central weight loss. Eighteen hundred dollars enjoying your life. Say much more and it's hard mentally because.
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"emma" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Their irrelevant more about your body. Looks like it's not the most important thing about this way down there so that disconnects by day thing. That's what you know. I guess what i meant was but disconnect for me was i had in the back of my mind or maybe even in the front of the my mind i'm sure. A lot of people can relate to the fiber. And i was definitely somebody who sought about my weight. To what my buddy. That like. What i was eating food etc a lot like it took up a lot of my mental capacity. My actions didn't support any of those ones desires and act. I guess i was kidding myself. Because the disconnect was my behaviors what matching my intentions does. That does that make sense. I think that happens a lot. Just generally is while by even people saying this is my value. And then actually it's like what do you do every day to your actions aligned with getting new closer to that other even aligned with your values or your goals at the time. Say i think that is that is really common and tonight. I didn't know what it was for you whether it was like weighing yourself for some time of life for what that they can point was and it seems to be different. Everyone if you could like encapsulate and give it to someone and sometimes it's just like the right message. Was there all all along or is that. But you're not ready to hear it. And like i think i had so this year or last year i guess i went to therapy for the first time and i think i probably would benefit probably more from getting like years ago but equally and part of me was i kind of wish done this student and i get caught instead like that. Wish i found you. See now. And i'm like i didn't actually know if it would have. Benefited you like. Maybe but sometimes you have to be in the right place to hear the right message with an open mind and like what he was saying before out almost being shot after the fact that it's as simple as energy balance is not that easy and give yourself some compassionate because is a hard thing to do but it is that simple in what she kinda like. Break down your own barriers and cut except that. That is what you need to do. But sometimes you're not ready to hear that and it's like in the head space to be ready to hear that. Yeah one hundred percent agree with you. And actually i wanted to ask you a little bit about one of the things that i keep. Seeing time and time again is people saying ninety. Five percent of diets fail ninety five center diets fail. And there's so much information out there that can be used or twisted. Dare i say to essentially like make you think why bother even stockton. But i don't i can't understand what the benefit of out this messages to. Anyone so much just like will why even try and how is that helpful and how is on powering and actually this is question is i'm gonna matter this because i haven't actually on the study myself but this morning i was talking to one of my business partners melia and she was talking about this. Say that stock comes from one study and the study was done. I think when people who had gone hostile for another reason but anyway were obese and the way that they measured to all they would given was one diet plan. The plan say no like follow through with coach. No bike ongoing support. Just one plan. They follow up in two years and to have a successful diet. You have lost forty pounds so part of this is what how are you defining successful diet and i i do agree that loved diets fail and i think we've touched on this. A lot of diets fail because of the short term mindset of it because they think this is a six week program. This is an eight week. This is you know i'm on a diet and often when you if you're with your mates young. I'm on a diet like when does that finish. It's like well the whole point is everyone has these connotations when you hear what diets site. How long the whole point is that. If you want to maintain the the results you need to keep doing the behaviors and sure like you don't need to be deficit at if you were then you would waste away. But the calories will increase but behaviors stay the same. The real difference between going from a calorie deficit to maintenance isn't as much as what you saying. It's like maybe two pieces of toasted something. It's not a huge huge difference and actually those messages like we make this a little bit in on instagram similar message. That people are given us that. When you diet you'll just stop banning less calories so there's no point dieting and this whole like metabolic damage notion and. I think that's really problematic as well. Because if someone's ready to change. And then like i really want to do this. Then i read the paper and it's like ninety five diets fail and actually when you cut your calories you end up moving less so there's no point doing that either and then you're like what do i like how where i am. And that is just hugely discouraging especially when it's written by sometimes like science their science behind it but it's just misplaced sides. Say what does happen when you when you reduce your calorie. Intake is often new. You respond by reducing your.
The Emma Guns Show
"emma" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"And that's actually that mindset change is what results us you mentioned there about Putting on weight getting on the scales off the holiday and it actually made me think about one of your other posts where it's scales and it says irrelevant and i wanted to ask you actually because i dabbled fertile while in some of the and it was never going to see me but doubled for a bit in some of the premises of maybe the more body acceptance side of things. Which was. i'm a friend saying to me. Don't wear yourself dismiss yourself or judging by your clothes. And actually the day. That i decided i wanted to. You know we're doing this on on. Fifty was the day. I got on the scale for the first time in a couple of years and yes. It was really quite upsetting. I was shocked but it told me where was it told me how far away i was from where i wanted to be an. I found that to be quite useful. I know that weighing weighing oneself a somebody is prone to Obviously there are. There are people who have experienced eating. Disorders may be get obsessive about it. And so i don't want to encourage it but i also don't want to say that it doesn't have its uses. Yeah i completely agree. It's such a good point as well because there was no black white in it depends on the individual. And how they think about things and i think is a coach. His bile is really important not to survive. We're like projects. Like either your own experience or your previous clients experiences on other people that you might just see the scousers. Some data manage data. And you're completely aware. They actuate around your menstrual cycle or depending on your volume but yeah you're happy to the transit time and that works really wealthy someone else might ruin the whole day and it's not appropriate way them selves. It completely depends on the person. And i think in any case having numerous measures quite useful so yes still take measurements especially like wasted conference really important for health. So that's a good ones. Take take progress photos. See what you're doing in the gym. I weigh myself anymore. Not because i have any attachment to the scandals but i didn't have a weight loss goal. I didn't really have any need to know exactly why way every day or every week. It doesn't make any difference to me but america. The i like at the moment is how many pull ups days. And i think that's quite useful because it's a body exercise and it could be how many bishops you can do. It could be. What's your squat in comparison to your body way which is quite nice markers while but anyway like having performance goals which are in some way relate to how happy you are because there's no way in my head i'm site well if i can do you know. There's no way. I can be overweight but it's impossible to. It'd be very impressive. If i was even heavier and it was say mount pillow stay either way either got really strong or i'm still fairly lean so it just doesn't matter to me what say and i just think that. Usually they are good tool and the reason that we still get people to use them as coaches as good coaches is that it allows us to see energy balances staying every time. Say realistically if you're losing a decent amount of fat the scales woke down. They will trend down over time and there are certain things that can mosque fat loss. A little bit on the scale. And i think some people like who i'm building muscle and unfortunately few got a lot of body fat to these. There's a chance that you're building muscle at the same rate of which losing body fat. It's just a very very slow process so although maybe you lost ten pounds of fat but any says on the scale she'd lost eight pounds. Maybe built three pounds. Also grade says masking some and fantastic like if you could build muscle while you're losing out but it's not gonna ask all of you if you have a significant amount fat. Today's so we like to use it just to see you know if you've been sticking to say eighteen hundred calories for a month and the scouse haven't moved down atoll. Maybe fats your goal. We do need to either. Make sure that you're moving more or eating less or drop your calories so it allows us some data. It's not perfect. Nothing is but it's one of like many tools that we use but now and again you do find out lies where it's like. The scouse haven't changed a toll on my okay. Show me your progress photos now. My says there's a huge change here like you've definitely lost body fat in unusually. What happens is is just not shown on the scales yet. It will eventually show on this cows. But maybe you're retaining water. Maybe there's some volume that it could. It could literally be anything. And and i guess one of the other points. Just not everything kit. If you're taking the boxes new now you're doing all the right things. Don't worry too much about the scales. But i agree with you. I think just outright blanket. Say everyone throw away. The scales is pretty unhelpful. Well the thing. I think it allowed me to do and i was already well down this path path it. I was already quite disconnected from my body because of all the ups and downs. And the yoyos that. I've been doing over the years and so that kind of gave me license. I guess to disconnect even further so although it was shocking to then get get back on the scales. As i said for me i found it to be really helpful but in your coaching do you define that. Actually that disconnection between what people will the emotional connection with their bodies is somewhat frayed. In what way do you mean because in some ways when you're saying that that's that's quite a good thing like if you like if by disconnection you mean i am me and i do all these things and i have my identity. And i'm an awesome pessimism. Kind intelligent and i've got all these attributes and i also have a body i think dot disconnect is quite good like who you are and.
The Emma Guns Show
"emma" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Actually you know it's just some extra energy you've eaten a bit more energy than what you needed. This notion that. There's no guilt in that. You don't need to make deal out of it and now we can expend some of that extra energy if like it can be as simple as that and that kind of takes away all of the stigma around the and i know it's not quite that simple to take all waste ignore it. It may yeah. This is step in the right direction right and really like i'm not. I'm not a huge campaign. i know the. I'm not gonna change weight stigma for everyone. That's not my place in what i do but if i can change the way people view themselves my clients few themselves and the language they use about themselves like. That's that's michael really insert he said just ago about. Don't hate yourself into change and it's almost as you say. Fit the recovery haberdashery to love yourself change. But it's funny isn't it. There's all my sort of an honor in bat. I mean i. I really like jillian michaels. But she is like a bit of a drill sergeant like she will come over doing one of her. Dvd's at the moment and she kind of she really hayes as some of these people. But i quite enjoy that. But it's take it's taking that kind of character. Way of being a sergeant major and actually without without coming beating yourself. I mean they used to be a big thing in the eighties. I think in early nineteen about training under that kind of work. The yeah and all this stuff which i think actually because some people can be quite they it'd be like deep down like by using these things and i think sometimes in an exercise session is quite many to have someone xiao year though. Bit you still. It shouldn't be from. I guess the crux of like i'm exercising. Because i hate my body in the way it looks and more. I'm exercising. Because i want to see the amazing things my body can date. But that's a. And i really try and move clients away as well from thinking of exercise as a way to lose weight to calories and more like a celebration of what you can do building. The muscle like biden setting yourself goal setting peas achieving things that you didn't think were possible and the amount of confidence that you will get from doing that. That translates all areas of your life is incredible. It seems silly. If you're going from all i started a program can do push up. And by the end i could do ten and i've never been able to do anything like that with my body before like it's incredible the confidence that translates into the rest of your life from doing something hard is amazing and this is actually what i was gonna ask you because before we came on you were talking about how. Your weight fluctuates rob your life. This is slightly different but did you. A new said how you could almost tell y you emotionally at different stages of your life. Will you heavy a- or lighter when you were feeling like at your worst when your missions were higher heavier when when things went necessarily going as well although there was one particular period rory where it was flipped so because i was just desperately unhappy i did really restrict myself That was only one particular instance but yeah it was a reflection of it. Was eating feelings it. I can't cope with the world. So i will come for myself with this bakery. Yeah and i think that's so common and this is why i wanted to bring it up. And then people relate being lighter or you might have a certain weight where you're like. Oh that's my like some people call this. They're happy wait times where i'm happiest and actually it has nothing to do with your way. Obviously it's it's kind of everything else that's going on so it's like this reverse correlation that people get wrong that right if i feel great. I'm just going to diet. Because i know that when i weigh sixty five kilograms i feel really good when actually. It's almost the opposite of what timeline say. What's really happening is because you feel good you'll looking osteo. South is so much easier to eat. Well exercise to go out for walks to just generally take care of yourself when you feel good so it's probably because you're feeling good that you're taking care of yourself that you way less rather than how much dip attribute which is when i wait this way i was happy and i think the problem with that is often used as a scapegoat for other things going on until you like. I'm really unhappy because they have stress in my life. You know what's easier than dealing with all of that dealing on my missions is just diet because actually reaching sixty five kilograms is easier than dealing with an unhappy relationship or unhappy workplace or whatever other strategy in your life. So i think the reason why you're dieting is quite important in tons of dying in a healthy way and kind of coming back to that anti message and the notion that like all diets. That depends on why you're actually dieting. It's it's a really good point. Actually when i think about it you just saying that makes me think that previously. When i had dieted it was it was because i went to be bad anymore because i don't want to get bullied anymore and then it would be because if i'm thin life we better all of those that are ridiculous things and when i actually got my head together as when i just basic things like stood in the bathroom mirror and dismiss you on not going to do this when you're fifty suit yourself out and it was. It was for the first time. I guess what i'm trying to say by that it was. It was the long game it was thinking about. This isn't just about now is about looking good in outfit. This is about not wanting to have complications or not wanting basically wanting to do the best for myself to future proof myself as best i can on. I knew that. I knew that shifting some white would help up. I think that's incredible. And i think everyone deep down knows that but it's so hard to do something for your future self right his realistically. Everyone probably does things now that they know that thou regret when they're older like habits like whether that smoking drinking a little bit too much being a little bit overweight not exercising as much as they should all these things and one of the reasons it so hard is that psychologists have shown that you see your future self is a stranger so again like take out of the that context and you think about how much people don't really like investing in that pensions and things like that kind of the same thing. It's like well you know. It's very hard to actually if you try to envision yourself retiring i'm like well i didn't know that person. They'll they'll do with the fact that i never paid by pension and it's kind of the same with your health i will. I can't even imagine being old and you're like well. Yeah it's it's hard mindset. Get into likes. Will i regret this. When i'm older but one of the best ways to make decisions. Is that kind of formula. Like regret minimization. You've probably spoken about this before. Like john maizels. Didn't he make that famous. I don't actually just say jeff. As as i just think about that. Maniacal laugh is he's outside in space shuttle. I hadn't heard about that but that regret. Minimization is a great way of thinking about things. Just do i want to this in the future. That was i think. that's maybe what i just. I read it. But his whole saying it wasn't jeff bezos. Yeah i think his whole thing about when he started.
The Emma Guns Show
"emma" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"It's all. Hey welcome to the show. My guest on this episode of the podcast. Emma story gordon. She has an online coach and educator who's health and fitness content on instagram. Genuinely some of the best. I've seen it's evidence-based well researched and presented in a way that makes sometimes complex data incredibly accessible. But i think the thing. I appreciate most about emma's content is that she presents it with such compassion and freely admits that the most complex thing in health and specifically diet and fitness is in principle weight. Loss for example is simple. But it's not easy not easy at all and with every post. She hopes to make it a little easier. And don't we all know it. I know it and if you've ever been on a diet or thrown yourself into a fitness regime to reach a goal only to find yourself back where you started not too long. After reaching it then he'll be acutely aware of how for straightening a vicious cycle is and what does acknowledge all the things that might work against us and work around them through them sometimes under them to get you where you want to be. Obviously this episode discusses weight loss is a goal. And i know that that can be twittering for some people but i also know this is the kind of conversation that can be helpful for a lot of people. Most of my. Dm's are about motivation weight loss and relationships with food and exercise. So i feel. I feel it's appropriate for me to create these kinds of episodes and i also will only bring them to you if i think that the past bringing to. You is safe sensible and will add value. And that's what. I really believe with emma. I also believe emma and you'll hear this from Listening to yourself in the episode. She so measured sensible factual more she presents the for. Anyone who like me enjoys clear information. She really is one of the best resources. I could share with you and you know how i feel about you. My most excellent listeners. I would never do you wrong. I honestly think she's fantastic so during conversation. We discuss a lot everything from tapping into motivation. The many myths out there about how the weight loss and fitness because there there are many all incredibly unhelpful. The huge middle ground between diet culture and anti culture why changing your mindset is always a better goal than await or a cloth size. the benefits have delayed gratification. That is very interesting. And it's definitely one stayed with me. Why it's a myth that watching what you eat can go into. The damaged joyless why consistency consistency consistency. Consistency is the most vital component to achieving your goals. Whether it's to do with health of witness or not to be honest and so so much more as someone who spent nearly thirty years yo yo. Dieting and trying one weight-loss fat after another the big shift. Me was realizing how i lived. When i wasn't on a diet and when i wasn't on some big fitness cake that need was what needed to be addressed the time when i wasn't trying to do something and emma puts this perfectly in the episode when she says the process is your life. I love that. I might even get it. Put on a t-shirt. I was so pleased to charter. I'm delighted to bring her to the magan show. And i hope you get as much out this conversation as i did. And of course the links where you can find out. We'll be in the show notes but for now please join me in welcoming. Ms story gordon onto the magan.
Happy Mum Happy Baby
"emma" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"Kids are here. I have three kids paying the garden. So if you hear them screaming throughout define. Tom is with them. I figured if any of all the podcasts this is one that's fine for kids to be somewhere in the background but onto today's guest. She's used to being the one asking the questions today. It's a bit of a bitter rover. Vassal she is the lead host of women's hour. Which i have to say had me in much debate and internal debate myself a month ago over the whole nick. Bockel you know do you. Do you not win. Nick has to bed. I before getting into bed. I changed the knickknacks. A them on. I feel fresher. Get into bed. So i am someone who wears knickers but off. The back of this conversation was not going to go to bed tonight. And i am not going to towns out martha jonah felt fall to ex post so the neck next night. They were record but batches. Today's guest just america's she is also the center of newsnight author of period is about bloody time and mother of one. It's emma jala. And i have got nickerson right now. I don't think i'm ever without the bar in the shower. And that's what the debate you referred to as she came out of another podcast with susannah which many people he's constantly on her wardrobe malfunction focused on rice at the end. She just happened to say well. Of course you are necas under your pajamas just in passing about something else. That's of course she said of couse you don't and i said of course she do and i was so convinced that the women have risks in would be on my side and you know when you mean anything what you think and not only did i then just peppered into a chess on woman's hour which i was firmly told that i need to let it at a question if i was a catholic because one woman rates in saying none school. She was towed. If she died in the night emec god without pants on. He wouldn't think well of her. I i soon learned because the daily mail splashed across its pages. I'm you a me. Dorsey of being right in my mind but the my you know what people do what women do so i tried it light you. I've done it twice and it feels too if feels weird so. I don't like wearing pajamas without nicotine. So i have to wear like a t-shirt over ninety obviously rides up as you move around which then just means your whole bums just filled wade because identity with malek's is just as just a bit where i can't do it..
Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast
"emma" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast
"That was really new to me. I find there was a lot of crossover. And i kind of always had a hunch that this might be the case because i've spoken quite labrum my partner on this program before but he's from the fields of engineering and his company have been through a lot of changes in recent years and i find that a lot of the literature that he's been engaging with in terms of change has chimed with stuff to do with educational theories and things like growth mindset when you're trying to change people's behaviors when you're trying to change people's perspectives and therefore trying to effect changes. That are going to kind of i. Suppose in the business world make more efficient mchugh. More money unconducive better outcome for your end user than you have to kind of try and harness on tap into what drives people. What motivates them. So things like growth mindset. Come up an you know. This is really reassuring ready. Something that i thought was going to be really difficult for me and challenging. I was going to try. Make square peg fit into round hole. Was actually something. I could make work for me so long. Introduction to our had to kind of think from a philosophical perspective. What was i trying to change. And i think at the heart of it what. I realized that i was trying to change. People and within the world of organizational change. There's a field of change. Management called guest out perspective so guest out perspective is where you're trying to change the individual so fast outfield psychology changes a process of gaining or amending insights outlooks. Expectations thought patterns. And this was quite a find for me. Because i realized via looking at this literature that what i needed to do was trying to understand the perspectives of the different kind of key players within my situation. So the mentor's perspective and their perspective on the role the student teachers perspective and how they like to learn you know the theater director's perspective. What their needs are as a novice in a learner and how they're gonna learn best the pupils and the actors perspective on the working in a rehearsal space. And what we're we're expecting realize at the heart of the change. I was trying to make with the individuals so elected ponson theory. That helped me to sort of back that up but then are brutally sort of pragmatic. I've gotta get this done perspective. There are lots of different models for change in the worlds of business. So the one. That's probably most familiar to listeners. Maybe you've heard of. It is qatar plan. I heard of carter and a contact you at a great deal of his change management model. Because i didn't decide to go for that one. Because i'd already decided it was people. People were at the heart of of what i was trying to change. The i needed to look for a model. That really is kind of humanistic approach. And that's when. I came across the work of hemming and handling again is kind of in the business. Enterprise of world and his approach is a supposed to support people who are trying to effect change in what he calls the era of always on transformation while he's trying to say there is always always trying to transform always trying to keep up with the times and and i guess that kind of times with this idea that don talks about future proofing curriculum. He make a curriculum. That is immediately. I dated then you constantly going to have to sort of re revitalizing if you create a module that is going to be flexible enough that you can be agile and move with times. Then maybe that's gonna have more longevity so hemmings. Five strategic imperatives was the one me and thinking. Again about brevity just in a nutshell. It's kind of inspiring people first of all by connecting the need for change with a deeper sense of purpose. So what i needed to do was to reedy. Connect my mentors and my drama teacher..
Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast
"emma" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast
"Directors are novice drama teaches. Whether there was any crossover in the way that we need to train men to work with people's onto it with actors. So i thought okay. Here's an opportunity. And i guess that kind of change in. It in the reforms brought that a new dimension fistful microsoft. I thought i'm just going to investigate. You know the crossover between the roles of the theater director and drama teacher but then this whole new kind of reform to initial teacher education made me kind of add. This new layer of. What's let's think about how they train. And is there anything that we can learn. And i can maybe contribute to the theater. Director training Speier with doctoral research. Well so that's kind of in a nutshell. What it all meant for me and those are all things that we've talked about loads you know. We've we've probably mentioned on the podcast very aware of these things having lived through them. But also when you doing this i noticed that you broke some new ground for us by the investigating the world of change management which all kinda signs a little bit dangerously managerial. So you might be heading towards being my boss before okay but it sounds kind of interesting that there is an academic literature around change and i. I know i had a sneaky. Read some of the stuff that you've written about. Diana it was it was a whole new world for me so kind of what were the the really interesting insights that came out of that world wants. You'd kind of you know. Bravely walked into that new area. Yeah okay so this was out here really challenging part of this probably the most challenging part of this assignment because it was so new to me. And it's so huge. It's as with anything as soon as you start to look into to a brand new field. You realize that you're really kind of just chipping away at tiny port or you're going to have to manage it so that you're not biting off more than you could shape yet. The kind of the fields of change management and organizational change leading change is is really big. But what i did notice straightaways soon as i started. Kind of with trepidation cracking. Open some of these books that there's a lot of crossover in terms sort of theories around learning on theories arrived change. You know they come at it from philosophical respect dave and you know what is your philosophy for change and you trying to change people in trying to change systems you trying to change structures. What is it that you're trying to change. But also from a highly sort of practical and pragmatic perspective. You know what model what tool is going to be. Best for the job so even though i felt like i was sort of treading into territory..
Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast
"emma" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast
"So can you just really quickly kind of outline. What it is that you've lived through as a practitioner. In terms of those reforms to initial teacher education and curriculum more widely best to be brief but are not known for brevity so a trauma best okay so international and national policy and research at the time of i suppose we're looking at twenty fifteen when successful futures was published by program donaldson. Who you've had on our podcast. Laura changes being initiated by the kind of broad landscape of change and education reform. That was going on. Was calling for as graham donaldson talked about in his into before our podcast. The need for a future proofed curriculum. The addresses the needs and challenges face by a new generation of learners. So a lot of stuff was going on nationally internationally and insane year in twenty fifteen we had donaldson successful features and we also had the furlong report which was looking at the state of play for initial teacher education in wales and looking at any kind of key concerns that would feed into reforms to initial teacher education. That kind of fell into that broader kind of suite of reforms that was going on across wales that included the curriculum but also include it. So the issues that furlong. He's professor john furlong. He identified thousand teacher education in wales their issues and concerns about the quality of teacher. Recruitment and also the quality of teacher education provision and. He made some recommendations about the way that we could go. In order to address those key concerns whilst government accepted all recommendations and they then initiated along with the education workforce council who are independent regulator for the education workforce in wales. They initiated this really rigorous tendering process whereby it providers existing and those who wished to offer it in their establishments across wales. They had to redesign and rebid for accreditation accrediting powers to be able to deliver. It programs so this was a really great opportunity for us My institution cardiff matt. And it kind of coincided. With tom and i sort of starting out as newbies in the it world and it was just a great time to be coming into it. Because we'd seen the old programs and we worked on the old programs and we will really be highly involved in the process of designing the new and noticed that it was an opportunity to look at models for it nationally and internationally so we looked at singapore. We'll select at oxford university. And then morton. It was their model in the end. That was the kind of most influential on the one. We've went full but it was also an opportunity again along side the recommendations from furlong to co construct these new programs with colleagues across it associated with our institution but also colleagues from schools and other partners. Here we'd never worked with before so this really great environment of co construction an analyzing what was wrong with the old thinking about a vision for. It could be and it was saying to sort of bring us all together but also in the spirit of making us more jointly accountable for the training and education of teachers again. Another recommendation coming through from furlong was that it was too much of a divide between the the two sort of traditional settings that teacher trainees inhabit which are in the school and the university and never the.