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"estelle" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"estelle" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Call 877 Estelle for Adele Technologies advisor. That's 877 Ask Del It's 603 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS after a gorgeous afternoon. We've got rain on the way light rain on the way starting tomorrow evening. Good evening. I'm Patty Rising along with Jeff Belt. Here's what's happening. Body. San Francisco's Historic Preservation Commission is writing a letter to the City school board, saying that the commission should have been consulted before any proposals to change the names of schools that honor historical figures. Story from KCBS is making gold space. Basically, says Commissioner Jonathan Pearlman, the school board members he believes needed to do their homework. It seemed like there was a very flimsy effort in terms of the research. About the individuals or places that named the schools, including what sounded like a significant amount of Wikipedia research, and that is a historian burn, Perlman says. The commission could have been a great resource to the board now, says Commissioner Aaron Highland. There, writing a letter to the school board, the mayor and the Board of Supervisors meeting that we were just made that we weren't Consulted and that we remain open to having these dialogues. The district, which could not be reached for comment, has gotten a lot of heat for the proposal, including from the mayor herself. Commissioner Keep Black said she wants the board to put historical figures into context. Instead of erasing their names from the schools. It's really important that Children are taught to be critical thinkers and to think through the good and bad in some of our historical figures and come to their own conclusion, making gold speak KCBS. Well, Speaking of San Francisco public schools San Francisco education officials facing growing pressure to reopen the campuses. Say they're confident an agreement with the teachers union will be ratified next week. KCBS is Kathy know that got a tour of the set up at one school that's ready to reopen that sunset Elementary. There are new Plexi glass barriers that teacher's desks and the water fountains have been taped off. Also lots more space and sanitizer. The Health Department has completed its inspections here and at five other wave one schools, but explains Board of education President Gabriela Lopez. Other conditions must still be met. We're talking about vaccines. Her teacher. We're talking about getting into its here That's safe and supported for all of our students, staff and families. A vote to ratify the tentative agreement between the board and teachers unions did not happen Last night, President Lopez wrote in the Examiner that the delay was because of a legal issue but didn't expand on that explanation. We have every intention of ratifying the agreement. And our staff is already working to prepare what that MOU defines. So the health and safety standards will be voted on next because the timing depends on vaccines and returning at least to the states. Red here it means there is still no target date for reopening at Sunset Elementary in San Francisco, Kathy Novak KCBS Governor Newsome and the leaders.

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"estelle" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"estelle" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Hi and welcome Ted Talks. Daily I'm Elise Hugh. Today financial coach is still Gibson talks to us about a trap accidentally fell into even though she manages money for a living. The trap hanging over your financial power to someone else. In her, Ted talk from Dayton in two thousand nineteen. She wakes us up to this problem and outlines how we can all become more important. And financially free. Support for Ted talks daily comes from T mobile for business, T., mobile and sprint are joining forces building a five G. network with more bandwidth tailored for businesses of all sizes nationwide. It's a network designed to power businesses with the reach and reliability. They need to keep employees and offices connected and the capacity to handle business. Is it changes in the feature more at T. MOBILE FOR BUSINESS DOT COM. I family where my father managed all the money, but for some reason when I was eight or nine years old, he started showing me things about money. We would sit at the kitchen table and he'd show me all the bankbooks now. That was back in the day before the Internet when we used to have little books that we used to keep our information in. And, he would show me how he saved in these accounts, and he paid bills out of these and every time he would show me something about money. He would end by saying, and don't you tell your mother? Now to this day I don't know why he said that. But what I do know is that eight year old girls sitting at the kitchen table. It meant don't say a word. Years later when I got my first job, my father said you'll bring me your checking. I'll put it in the bank for you. But because of what he had taught years before, I said I'd like my bank book, and to my surprise gave it to me right then at sixteen years old I began managing my own money. I went on to college and then to start my new career as a CPA. But now it's student loans getting an apartment and a new job I began the roller coaster ride of accumulating debt, paying it off in accumulating more. Many years later after getting married I went through an unexpected divorce. And I was left with a house I couldn't afford and bills I couldn't pay. You might be wondering. How does that happen to someone that's educated and skilled at managing people's money. I had reverted back to what I learned growing up. That one person managed all the money. I had handed over my financial power, and I had become financially dependent. Financial dependency is when someone is dependent on a person, a job or situation for money and they feel trapped. People fall into two categories dependent with choice and dependent without a choice. Someone is dependent with choice when they had over their financial power and through participation. It can happen in personal business relationships when one person doesn't want to be involved with the money, so they hand over the responsibility to a spouse. Partner or professional like an accountant or manager? This was my situation. I spent all day long managing other people's money I was relieved that my husband was interested and good at managing ours I was free for the first time since that first job at sixteen years old I didn't have to be responsible for managing my money. But what I failed to realize was what felt like freedom was really dependency my mistake. Is that I didn't stay involved or understand what was going on with our money. You may have experienced this yourself, or you may have heard stories of celebrities or professional athletes that have relied on family friends and others to manage their money, and they are left, broke bankrupt betrayed because they made the choice to hand over their financial power. Someone that's dependent without a choice feels trapped because of their financial situation. They can be in a job or career where they're unhappy or being harassed, but they can't afford to leave. Or someone that's had to move in with family and friends, because they've had an illness or gone through divorce or experienced a tragedy, and now they're financially dependent on others, and how many of us know someone that has an elderly parent or relative that can no longer take care of themselves, and their left to rely on others, sometimes handing over their homes, their money and other assets. Another type of dependency without a choice is financial abuse. Financial abuse is a pattern of abusive behavior used to control and intimidate a partner. Victims are interrelationship, and the other person has power over them, because they don't have access to money, information or the resources and support. They need to leave. The allstate foundation has a program called the purple purse that helps victims of domestic violence through financial empowerment. They report that ninety nine percent in ninety nine out of one hundred domestic violence cases, financial abuse helps keep victims trapped in their relationship. The purple purse has coined financial abuse the invisible weapon. Because physical abuse leaves bruises and scars, but financial abuse doesn't financial abuse and financial dependency leave emotional scars that you can't see. They include hopelessness guilt, shame, depression, lack of confidence and self esteem. Financial. Dependency is also invisible, because no one's talking about it. Why because no one wants to show their emotional scars, and because we're taught in our homes on our jobs in our community, not to talk about money. So many people that I talked about this issue. They can relate and they have story. But. They're not telling anyone their story. When I was to the kitchen table. Don't you tell I never? Told anyone? It's even hard for me right now to break that rule that I learned so long ago. So what can I do? What can you do? What can we do to disarm indivisible weapon? We can solve three problems. The first problem is lack of awareness, because knowing about money and having money aren't always the solution. In, my situation I was educated and experienced in managing money, but that didn't stop me from becoming financially dependent. Why because of the beliefs and experiences I had growing up. One person manages all the money. After, my divorce I had to reboot my life financially and emotionally. So I took every self development courses I read every self help book I could find. And that's when I began to understand the dynamics of the family that I grew up in and how they played a role in me handing over my financial power. When you become aware of your inner bruises and scars, you can begin to break free from financial dependency. The next problem is lack of information about financial literacy. Financial Literacy is heading the skills and the knowledge to make informed decisions about your money. It includes topics like savings and investing budgeting and debt. In two thousand eighteen, only seventeen states require financial literacy in high school curriculums. This corresponds with recent studies that show that sixty six percent of Americans are financially. Illiterate. If you are in a financial dependency situation. Start by. By looking and going through your finances. Making decisions participate making decisions about your.

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"estelle" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"estelle" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Walks. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Try to fool on Gatien Meditation. Good Yeah my sanity. Yes but then I look into highs I mean I try to keep playing and I want to live on my a smoke where they could do line fight. Facebook live in and play to your fans. I will register monning invest. I'd roll my chance because then it's you can get in within Europe in Africa. Everybody Yeah Yeah Hectic. Saying he's GonNa I'M GONNA I'm GonNa try to do. Its lack regularly but I am just finding the time. Yeah Yeah what a paper that might miss it and not get live. There can still catch it on. You know whatever. It is so Few Musicians Donovan. Neither just try and do what I can online that everyone. Yeah yeah so full time mother and just just Iran if you got time to riot a few more songs sposa mature even when you do well. I suppose being fulltime kid is going to be difficult. You know what is going to be difficult and it really. You have a wife is. You're right yeah yeah so if you as a side is going to be difficult I can. The thing is one thing is my motto is even more interim or Mayo. No one is doing that child. She's sitting down but I mean I play. I don't I'm not all day ignoring someone playing with her. So yeah they can't get on mine. She talks a lot. I see I can play but to create new songs. Any about items around new. I can go by subconscious and lifting is is that A. It's a different space state of mind for me to create. Well maybe it just gives you a break from from the way it did and you just going to have to lock else's just a case of picking up. The whole world is on pause at the moment Titan Lighter. I would have never spent without these. We'll have the ice. You are being blossoming to read. I mean so. It's a precious time to also depression. I'm I go out with before I had so much. Pressure was invested violin competition of that anonymous account. Anything any way you know I have to wait. What is going to come to me? So it's a different state of mind and it's nets all bad. I can't say anytime so very by the TV. New Ways. Excellent excellent well With it so is your album. I mean at the moment. People don't download it really. Nobody can really if that s the way people buy buy music now. Isn't it really but he's everywhere. I tunes that I won't when my website the have on my website. Now what's your website? Out of a book come out the album. And that's t works. Yeah and yeah and I'm going to live and the music is everywhere. Yeah I tune Sandra Amazon Youtube videos audio coming. I think this weekend. So it's coming extent excellent or still to drop in Crete chat to see where you're at now well seventy in California before before we go over. They actually locked down for well. I think we're very lucky here as usual because the governor we actually early yet US right now. I remember when months already at least one months. Yeah Yeah So I think the situation is not the worst bradberry careful Donovan Mask. Anywhere the nature. But it's working I think. Yeah Yeah I mean. It's just being careful when you one is allowed to go out to do it slows. Make sure but yeah why mumps along time isn't any Hammami stare. Free Free and a half weeks lockdown already. So I mean it's it does just faulk says to challenge what I say exactly and it gives me charts do a lot of things and I've had a lot more causing us to do and I can work more in other parts of my my my work from home staff as well but obviously outside the stuff. I can do outside like yourself. You can't do your gigs and stuff like that knife performances calm. So yeah it will. It will still more than me now. We say yeah now. Yeah Yeah it's like you go in freshen. Yeah it's the exuberance everything Obeida yet. So that's That's a good thing of value. I guess yeah so still establ- California dot com if they want go and get otherwise than I choose Amazon under everywhere. Yeah excellent right still well. It's good to have a quick catch up with you and I'll be watching out for Alston and then we'll hopefully we'll catch up again later on in the air this is. This is probably be awkward for people with this Hamic because not lots going on isn't really side but Get to catch up with you again. Your weekend is weekend. Actually is Easter isn't it? Tomorrow's Good Friday off inquiry in UK anywhere. But nobody knows that because they've been an diaper ready. Yeah I didn't even Bonnie Stuff for Easter eggs and anyway people trying to enjoy themselves okay. Still we'll catch up for another time in Seattle forgotten. Yeah Yeah thank you. Yeah all right. Thanks a lot. Take care on my okay. That's often does. Thanks for listening and remember if you want to support what we do. Then share subscribe and leave a review over and I tunes. But that's all for now but I'll see you in the next episode. All Day Palmer showed on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's..

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"estelle" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"estelle" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Are we doing he? Go you just short out the trunk out. And then the next time I definitely was like on V two in the same person that I don't get it was like I guess I should signed you. I was like just so we. We did the deal and even throughout that whole period. He was looking at me like so that record. Free you row to get the producer on the phone. The dishes bet was so thick and so real about young black are as you can possibly erected that thorough of your own head in off your own heart because you're black from her. And how like you guys don't do that. It was that kind of A. I called the producer and I said so. Did you write any of the words or melodies nor did play guitar said and I put a phone and this guy was so angry and more fide and like we just go out of his way to stop everything with the second. And that's when I how did how did you get even get to the Eighteenth Day. No but how'd you even get James and Omar and and you've got John Legend on the first. Yeah you just as I was. You're calling the move a high. Hello the Connie stories real like I really did in La Recording. And I love that story. Because because I mean now candy being who he is you know you would think that was the move has a different kind of humor now. Who would go up and ask for it. You know conyers but you went up as for John Legend. Yeah because he's incredible amount. Was I get I get my instinct again right now? This guy's voice. I think my boyfriend had. Tom was like if you don't just go find this guy because you just saw his smart and I mean it's cute also like I said I have to find him and then it was just fate in. Did you know about his education at the time? I have a feeling that has a lot to do with his success enough. I was late. John's a smart guy but also he's he's saying things instinct to a degree you know and we may have an as finding all this lovely. We'RE IN RECORD PLANT IN LA. And I'm like yeah. I've got two dollars the money to get back to the hotel. Can we wrap this up type deal like I have to leave in a couple hours? And he was He was there in. We connected up and I left and he was like I just like your drive and fat eating coming in giving credit your whoever's in the studio they know I came to find you to do this record. The I have prerecorded vocals and lyrics to. Can you sing this? And he was like living here. I've gave it to him. Played it and say listen to your own time. All right had hard drive and everything I remember. It costs so much money at the hive back now and then like a left. An equal music is good is good dude. I've known you forever. I'm never knew the the the Thelma and Louise Ending car jumps that it took damn dude. How come I never do that store? I'M GONNA stop time to stop and talk real book about these moments but like wow this has been my whole. I don't I don't wait for the opening. I'll just push through the door. You know if I feel the instinct go go go go you know so even then. I mean I'm almost certain it was just just to get to above water. Level was a gold. Not even to like it wasn't even I'm GonNa Really Kill this game and that editor so by the time you get to the second market time thinking by the time we got to shine. I was grateful for John in a way that like people you know at this very loyal. I don't care what John. Stuck his neck out for me without thinking like everybody that is rare mine and everybody and his team at the time was like what is this lie. It was smoothly. They meet some are face like I mean. You don't know a wreath at Aretha. I'm just not as an aretha singer and it was like a lot of different shots at me because I was supposed to be this kind of black girl and I come in rapping and singing smooth voice and I'm confident and you know don't tell me nothing. I came here with Lou Batons and I came here with my with my fashion vibes. You've failed me. Which kind of you know right? I was very much like I'm I'm not GonNa give you what those facts but like also I'm not gonNA take it to heart. I'm just GonNa do came into and and allow people show at him like why you signed her. Like this doesn't make sense. Is Terrible Investment Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and? He was like I seen A. I've seen the work I've seen her. Go Trust me. I'm just here for the ride. He literally said to me. Look if we don't need to work together in ten years please live your best life. And essentially we did but you know but he stuck his neck out for me in a way that is unprecedented. And I'm forever grateful because I went to the label that will like Nah and then like I guess I should sign you and I said to them after the first two meetings of like you don't really do this. It's a lie. Go find your grocery. I said to them so low next album. I Have John Engines. He wants to accept produce it. He went about five hundred. Grammy's disguise torn out while these albums gold at this point in the UK Europe and the whole world. And they say to me. Who's that and I wanted to punch the wall? I said let me go. Let me go anywhere like what I say. No let me go. Please let me and he was like I said to him. So the second hour of my daughter. She's exact produce I'm GonNa leave the label anyway. I'll sign you. Say you sure he's like yes. Let's go never happens have accepting Steles case and were only released from that. I'm like wait a minute. He Sat label up to put me out of school. Records Gentleman Suitor G. for that people don't know that everyone thinks it's the best John. Wow Yeah he did. He did a lot as far as having my back and just support me and not really taking credit as far as like you know what people like. Oh he people say oh. He wrote this new road. He's like he's not one out there showing that people make assumptions. You know he lets me. He knows my capabilities. Have you reconnected now? Lebanon same town. I sent her. I see him because I'm good friends with the team. We we still get like family cousin. Well yeah to to to how music history works I believe that I've heard the story before. The Legend of American boy was that was it. The last long made and it's like an after thought it was well didn't believe that was like the the music was a hit because it came. It was all right. He's I I don't think I said trust me. This is what we listen to our home. This is this is it. This is it and I was literally on a beach in Miami and design. It was on a not as BBC. News the interscope wanted the songs about girls. The one that nobody. Oh became interscope. Hear songs about girls. Yeah I WANNA know. Nobody really did. They had a couple of Joint A. B. Scott or I wanNA. We wrote like three minutes of Oakland. It the next day an hour and then and then but the everytime we played it to people that energy was just shoot up like it was it was like palpable sitting in the room play directed. Everyone's like oh vibes. You're I was going to say that. Probably American boy is probably WANNA be few songs in this millennium. Now that we have two decades under our belt not to Asia saw too late especially with the with the especially the way that information happens in one saunders instantly replaces another song without you know. I mean you remember how many times you've heard crazy by Charles Barkley when I came out and it's sort of like you might hear now but it's almost like I feel like maybe American boy next to crazy love like that's one of the songs that won't ever die. Still my DJ set right now has made a remix on just is about been about three and the past two years. I'm joined there. I was about to say like Chaparral. They put it on. Take Talk. Live your best life. That's what we want to go get anytime bullish news. It's amazing what about I gotta go there. Know what on the play. The play taken my life back more social jealous a bill. So was it ever a point where it was like tiring like Again like are you somewhere between Nevada. Smells Eighteenth Spirit where they refuse to do it now and Dale are so where me and myself were. They just sing. We hate the song thing like that. Or you're just like no. I know where my bread is buttered and at the reset. I had records in the UK that people will never let me perform like that's ninety for me And to the point where you're down what you said. Ninety eight ninety nine. Am just like. Do you know the words. Because I don't to the second first off into so many words in my head. A teleprompter at the fifty five is gonNA own. Prince did too. I had to reset my energy with that because I literally pray for records like that and I got one and I was like how dare I be ungrateful and say I don't want to say it and it makes me happy. There's so many ways this thing that record and sometimes I don't get to and then you have to consider Bobby Brown it genuine. That is my new reference level. Said if y'all took everything everywhere and bird. I'm the way in the back screaming. It's.

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"estelle" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"estelle" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Okay I'd never knew this always been so. We heard a rumor that our beloved Westwood Got Shot in a member of that crew. I can confirm or deny who don't want every. Tell the story of. Why play if that happened? Is You have to understand that was released hip hop shit ever heard coming out London. That was that was real and he was kind of and I almost felt like it was a badge of honor for him. Yep by I got shot so Nabil. I'm still here do you gotta understand would is is the figure from BBC. That really brought a lot of classic hip hop he was the funk master flex of the UK. He's the voice that you hear. On top of public enemy's classic takes a nation of millions to hold us back. Yeah fresh start of the week was the name of his his show so also yes yes but I meant. He was a pioneer sorts of bringing those shows over and I guess like you know with how pirate radio was in the UK a lot of all spring so cats like when I did two seven nine. That was a pirate radio show but it was like a real operation like the room. We're in right now. Was like at that point. It was the government setting them down and they're just like keeping on it and then it became choice and then I in choice. A family moved on to trace amounts to seven nine legit now has been the I feel like. He's a kiss a kiss from everybody. Did everybody there is no games But in this context too No I'm trying to put so solid and the vibe of is if you got hip hop hip hop hip hop which was two seven nine and Westwood then became this shift when the music became mixed up right and then they couldn't quite get hold on hip hop it was like. That's not the new thing coming out. You had all these labels investing in new finishes Garrett Right which is huge scene that was blowing up. That wasn't hip hop that wasn't UK HIPPO. That wasn't like after after establishment after labels and so so sorry was that but so suddenly was real. Where Real Dude? They were like out there. Some of them were really out. There's a couple of them right still still so like you know like it was a it was a very. Oh you guys. This is for fun but like you're invested in real humans in real life scenarios so also that but I don't WanNa paint them as them all unruly I because David also came from scene but he wasn't in so solid no parts he was before so solid but like they will all kind of after the two seven nine and and like Penn like. I was even in that more that scene that I was in the garrison stuff like I was really like rapid like I was in the ciphers. I was like doing. Do Real So all those names of the time that assault like dynamite or dizzy rash. They came at the end of like the hit. Uk Hip cider stuff and they really ushered in that whole new Garish side. That's what it was. That's what I'm they came over right before so solid and so Selena was came in like wooton patent on hip up but it was just a different kind of sound. So did you ever think in your life that there would be a breakthrough because again like with culture that they had even I was like wouldn't german-based first came out. It was like Yo this is going to kill. That's why we did it on. You got me. Hey we're going to beat everybody. And even like under classic. Well we try and even with what well then when bombs over Baghdad came out let you know that was Andres version of. They went to a club when I heard talk. But I'd never thought fantasy oranges. Yeah Okay I'm here. I hear you got me. And everybody knows what that is. People here bums and people know eat but they don't like rockets and bombs over Baghdad. It's like like two pages therefore hero versus Verses like something from metal heads it's like okay. It's completely different. It's the same completely different sides of the unless you just teased US anyway. I've been waiting for the continuation fucking way that you just. Tease does with the end. You got me any seconds. I'm just saying we are still waiting for the real it. Especially because like it's such a jungle for us was off being like I'm going to that after school. I'm like I'm paying off route score my hair like waking waking journalism. Losing my mind as a kid like that's off wherever we go in the world. That's our things when we heard like. Oh Shit on the roots lie. We lost our mortal minds like because people will come and take the music and not give it pro- probably guys there and like you got people that people loved like. I'm opening up for you. It was like no they embrace us. It's not on some. We came here to get the vibes and go back like you guys spent time with us and our coaches so we like to today. I miss it so like why do you? Well obviously the answers that the Internet has now Localized okay well. I'm saying do you feel as though the Internet has colonized in a bad way? Yes colonize well. Do you feel like the Internet has colonized UK culture. Because the good news of it is now you are all breakout stars and the world can get the information at the same time whereas like. There's no breakout. There's no but I also feel bad for like like okay. Take Miss Dynamite. Remember there was so much hope for her to be like. Oh my God. There's going to be the next Laura Neil and Barbara and it never happened other things behind the scenes. That with that though like it's real life and it's a culture thing and you have to make a choice and I don't know her personally in that space to say well she chose Blah Blah Blah or. She did this but you know people give up on what they don't when you walk into a mold you don't fit into what they think you know so they've stuff with your audience the artists and the audience in the labels like she wasn't probably going to do a certain amount of things you know and she had a kid banging the middle and at that point. That wasn't the case but I'm saying like because look I walk into a room after her right after it to get signed and I can't front someone literally said to me. Well we just welcome with and she and looked at me like I can't take that risk ano- slight really don't have that boyfriend about gus was hurt about it and I was just like the last word out about it. It's it's safe to say everybody in this room. Her ambulant houses debut album frank. I was working at universal when I was out here in the United States and it was supposed to come out here and they took it off the schedule because they didn't know what to do with it. I'm like Music I. It didn't really feel like it was a hard sell. You just listen to the record south. Thank me roots records imprint in in that time but the thing is like anybody anybody. I played that record for. They're like Oh what is who is that. What is that? Most people? Don't know about Frank. People being like back-back was it for good contention. Thought that that was like her debut. So when you're making well okay. What would the steps that lead to? the Eighteenth. I album I okay so I took the example. I've been underground for my whole life. I've been like an independent on on the ground is from my whole life and I was like. I'm GonNa go make these records. I'm GonNa go find a distribution deal and I read this book by Yourself. Yep No manager. At the time I've had I've had managers right but I would direct them okay. I'm very much the king of costal. Okay enjoy the AIGDIRECT. Listen I pay attention and I work with people who are incredible But I very much instinct got person so I was like man. Look these people are here. Every time we go to a labor they keep talking about. We don't know what to do so let's show him and I was like well. Let's go get these distribution deals and so I had one I went to. I went to a bunch of labels as we don't know cool. I'm show you what to do. Got My distribution. Do we sold five thousand Hanrahan and also like digitally digitally blood on the Internet. The time right send like one or two CDs a week which was great at the time in and around Europe. Uk but also five thousand within a month off to go into the Nabil's and them saying we don't know what to do how to really don't publicist and she put me on every magazine. You could find a couple of covers where juggling to get there and I had no deal. It was just me and my lay me and my label stents what will happen. So are we doing he? Go you just short out the trunk out. And then the next time I definitely was like on V two in the same person that I don't get it was like I guess I should signed you. I.

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"estelle" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"estelle" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Tuned for love that. Yeah so yeah it was going to say. I was trying to figure out a way to incorporate five foot seven being the idea that that was look which guys masons in the Mumbles Kit. The five seventy so look. We're doing the vibes and John is like during the Melanie. And he's I Abbas it may start maybe the conversion yes. I was GONNA say would've been like six. You may a lot of low self esteem. Bill might be low hype show Guy Anyway joining me and welcome to another episode of was Love Supreme. I'm six foot three thank you. I'm six great. How tall you lay eight okay. Well you were hills time Steve. I feel our size thirteen railway. All right so brought to you by the The good folk of IHEART radio. I'm your host quest love Jenkins Team supreme is with us today. We got a boss bill in the house and Sugar Steve Steve Jenkins Sugar Steve. Yeah I'll be rocking his middle name his last name enough so Jenkins the best all so. I'm sorry dice you are burt dinkiest In like yeah unpaid. Bill must begin his bills paid. Because we haven't seen days like I just got back from Sundance. I'm headed to say okay movies. I'm doing movies too. I'm here of course Fonsi promised way back in November. He was going for cigarettes. So we're still waiting for dad to come back Ladies and gentlemen our guest today of course it needs no introduction. Wait a minute. I just got that joke. Actually after like twenty episodes about him going after cigarettes and not coming home. That's how that's how I understand most. Go out for some smokes. In Dad's dentists never left. Man Doesn't smoke and he came on. Yeah just imagine your dad. Being like Steve Martin a little horse but yes. That's a reference. Anyway Ladies and gentlemen our guest is a new introduction She's a Grammy Award. Winning singer songwriter slash MC slash voice. Actress Oh yeah you know I will say I and I got a lot of Steven Universe question. Because I've just recently gotten to crystal technology I used to be. One of the people laughed at all right side lie. The jazzy fat nasties used to always just walk around with a bunch of crystals in their pockets. It's really thing this thought there was a cookie shit ever and now. I can't yeah literally. I keep granted crystals and Amethyst. I feel real yet. At least she she hells from my other home. The West Side of London many black people that are from the West. There's a contingency of us we see ladies and gentlemen welcome my near Aquarian Capricorn. Sister still does this show because you felt cool. That'd be cool are Nola crunchy got. It really took us that. Sorry sorry so okay I get it. How are today I am wonderful is beautiful outside? It is uncharacteristically. Nice beautiful when February. It is February February. Yeah is it is it bill. It's very late February right. Everybody starts.

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"estelle" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

Dancing with Bipolar

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"estelle" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

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"estelle" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

Dancing with Bipolar

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"estelle" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

"Of my big of careless apparels a perilous ascent into rock bottom which is apparently is perilous. Means like you're like Dangerous Dangerous Ascent into rock bottom. I don't understand the sense. was what was the lowest you what was your. What was your low? What was your rock bottom? What was your light? I've been low like nobody can have an idea of how low I've been. Okay I can say the truth. Today's the first of January the enclosed mean France. Because when I begin to say the truth about mistreatment by being myself than seeing singing writing the enclosing private place to give me ten times the does rose from my body weights and I have been like a Veggie for lack few years not able to speak to to stand up to nothing anymore. I'm Gonna a semi name anymore. So they almost killed me like middle-age lack the yeah. Yeah so that's why I come from far. I've been no more than twice good. I'm talking I'm beginning to talk now because I can show people that you can go so low and you can arise up. I think it's helpful to understand that that we all you have to go through things right. The picture Houston magazine. We we can. We can speak the truth because they have no right to times. I've been I've seen I'm here. Yeah I have so much so much to give back and asking. All of that made me who I am. You see when I doubt myself because my natural is to be served brigade chief Steve. I remember what I've been through my writing affected truth and Oh that's power than I should be very powerful than you see Roy right right on the nose right there. That is true. Once you realize your power I like the like the sound of empowered because power makes me think of You know somebody who's not very very nice with how they put things out there but impounded. Enough our yeah and then you want to help other people become empowered as well and you want other his dexter. That's like when you were saying that you were saying that you necessarily speaking for people. I think that you were helping. People find their voice choice. Yeah Yeah Yeah because because we have to say for things. I took on to stunned again because estimate people who can't speak and I now I look I'm speak now and got us. It's yours getting at how I speak. I speak for the the mental health community of people who feel as if they have no voice. They've been so bow Babri down and they are afraid to talk because no matter what they say people are just GonNa disregard them anyway We've been minorities which I think is something that you probably could understand with how you feel about. England minority are so Yona say something about that is important to me. The label refused the Labor. The gift you refuse all of that because I would give infront so many to me. Like that's a j that includes during the future with no future this realist pastime Other labor dig is just is big lies is you can get out of all of them there. So many ways to to heal to recover there are so many ways. That's even we don't know it in California. They have been amazing anyway to heal you. I had stem cells my brain I two times stem set in my brain things. You can only do here in Mexico and that changed my life life. Sedalia was Oh. I was digest. The Food I was able to everything was working again my life you see. That's amazing yeah. Yeah so there are so many ways I get the dog deductible they don't know you don't know that's the doctors don't know I mean that's why they practice medicine because they still don't know so maybe to get a heck built it always gives you the doubt like we think it might be that with not just a label on your face. That's very painful. You Walk Louis. Yeah Yeah I mean. That's the same lake with mental health labels at the labels are diagnosis. That they give us. It's just a label. It's just a way for them to be able to bill You know to bill are diagnosis. is by the label that they give us. It doesn't cause I could get into that but you know I'm by poll I'm I'm quote unquote bipolar borderline personality disorder and I have PTSD actually have severe PTSD. And I'm about one our own but like the other two I'm like what exactly does that mean so occasionally I don't like being around people are Moody. And you know I'm creative. It's like you're creative. The of executives stem. I'm creative too and I have moods but but I love them because I create a rights when I'm not when I'm happy accurate when I'm down right when I'm when I'm done and then create amazing things you would not have the songs without it for. We are all different and what is beautiful because we are different and also I am so I mean the people I love to hang out to that interesting other people who had to rise up from hopping and so I think we should not let you see I hear you and I and I don't think potentially I think all of them with my branch waning and bipolar things. Just that some people are different and medication to feel you better with myself. I feel better always. I mean I hadn't mitigation for so many years and I am Roe. You See. I feel my emotions. I embraced out of them and I create from it is a big power. Yeah very low very happy. Now I'm more and more very happy to dine but I work on its raise. At it's a minute. Mindfulness was grossly out of that gratitude. Guessing it's better than any therapy or medication I could ever have my said I agree with you I I don't know if you've listened to this show or not but my my listeners know how much I hate my medication how much I flatlined me is our yet ray and I hate it but I have like this love hate relationship with it because when I don't take my medication I can slip into his delusional situation. Gene we're things go all bad So I mean there's there's a very small middle ground for me where I can actually like Klay with not taking my medication. Listen not wind up going into the hospital because I'm delusional so you know but it is what it is. Maybe need some but at least embrace ace who you want and don't goodfeet makes to creative with Sumin. Well the thing is like I always say I would rather I would rather be half describe who I am without the medication than all of me on the medication because I still feel more alive when I'm you know half of me than when I'm on medication but yeah right. People might disagree with that they might be like yeah. You really need to stay on your medication on so I give for the most part almost always up I would. I want to say that it's not a curse because I think that medication are not what you have to go through gives you some special gifts you know the the show. You're doing to giving back to people loan so it is not occur for twenty minutes at all. We what we have to go through is the light we have to bring back right. I don't think it doesn't curse. He is not a curse anymore. I used I never actually thought of my bipolar as a curse I always thought of it as a gift truth. That's beautiful I did because I mean I'm and also I'm not like not as a met like you but I mean like I played Tuba for forever and then I started. I started piano at two when I was like that that you know hotel. Protegee thing on the Tuba but I still. You know they're still listening to the music that Do you ever take a chord progression in all of a sudden you realize that you're crying because it's like the music gets hit you so hard about it. The guys sentences. Now it's depth. I mean that's like Ray and a lot of people will never will never get to that depth because they don't know how to open themselves up now people people like you and I who have been injured and have you know healed our wounds and tried really hard not to take the SCABS. You know off of our open wounds and you you know we have. We have that inner knowledge of like the darkness but we have the light to go towards and I think that's really a key in how people progress from their trauma if you don't if you don't actually get in it you know like deal with it a little bit you're never gonNa to be able to progress past it. You're always going to be in that one spot stuck forever in in that one pill process Anyway makes me sad for people all right. So we're going to be or how fast we own have Soul level deceased age trusting announced. Another judge like the difference in women. I do. Yeah I do okay so Do compare yourself to Nina Simone. Mown or do other people can mine. I don't I wish I wish I don't but I grew up with her. I mean in France was union front so she was very big there and I had not as a kid and pharmacy I was. I was always drawn to the the the black rising announce to people but who stand up for their rights and big and shoe and she wasn't a piano classical music. I love classical Chinese. Thank me and she. She's furnishes everything he said. You have doing a car on yours. Even she's on the car because she reminds me of everything right away. I descend too hard I know oh I know who I am. It's okay because his shoes. She doesn't try to raise them only. She doesn't try to be praised. She doesn't try to pretend she's just Roche's Oh she's uncompromised yet and that's for me makes her way more powerful than any singer who who try to be beautiful. You see what I mean I do. I mean they've also compared to Barbra streisand. Also now whether you're read off after I I'm telling you I did some research on your outside you all the articles so you could. You could see when I do my show. I I WANNA have questions that nobody's asked you before I really i. I did the Color Barbara in France in you've been compared to Barbra restrain air which I didn't I.

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"estelle" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

Dancing with Bipolar

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"estelle" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

"Dodgers have sleep all the normal things network and it was a brain and when I did that like it was one day plus it all starts or your terms are your spill. Yo Yo loops are of that. That was a huge life. But Jesse Owens miss at your your brain is everything it is was that did you go through. DBT training is that what it was that U. S.. It's going to a similar very yet because I did. DBT Dialectical behavioral therapy. which is it sounds very very very similar words does rewire your brain and makes the makes you rethink everything like everything you think about yourself? It's the exact opposite is what you get what you're saying because it's very accurate. I couldn't eat anymore. I I've been on chicken. Green beans for like four four years. It's it's you take a tree girls and correct the sound. I could not listen to music anymore. Southwest Mama didn't work to run the trigger you. And then they have more conscious slackers lack of small sound or smuggling and then we wire for fifty minutes to put your brand in good Comic Chemistry there with Memories visualization until you have the yea so it was a long journey. I had launch early while but it was worth it I need. I don't even good I in my mind everyday because for Chris. And I'm I'm very hyper happy person and I worked but when I talk about this and realize quite what yeah it was a long journey and then you and then when you know tournus in Moldova songs. Okay well there you go. That makes sense so I'm trying to remember. I wrote this down but I don't know what I was trying to get out on your but there's something about These are like the things that brought you to your calling late site. Fire in survival revival energy is that is that right. Is that what that was. That's that's not quitting was was. Is that what you won't spot. He's gotTa stay on the recording later so so everybody this is live. That's my doc. By the way he wanted to get in on the recording. That was my little friend. Jasmine who the popcorn with a router house. 'cause it's my birthday or something so I walk. I will anyway so yeah light site fire in survival.

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"estelle" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"estelle" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"To give back most definitely Hey we gave you some Alicia keys some cleo soul and you know what's next I get you some Estelle HM you this is no one yeah you no one I just wanted to introduce this next artist is called spice this is one of our clean tracks but if you have a chance to to check out spy she actually called in to W. or T. awhile back and is very strong very impactful check it out check it out and I was made to feel inferior can things are yes it was the only one one we the mom he only nineteen I'm down to is it straight John the one he we see the the point he shout out to space he shows all the women that.

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"estelle" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"estelle" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Now? Tell y'all. I've always hot. I am to switch it of all. Do you watch snowfall? No. The lead. I'm like, okay, you know, he's his kid on the show where they from like Compton. Calm. And you know he had his heart ask like LA accident, and I was looking him up. So the quizzes can from a heat is from the UK Dempsey. And that always blows interesting. Who is this God? Who is your teacher? Okay. On the wire could not tell me he was from the UK I knew though I was leading Idris. Cool. What is weak. So we can he, he wouldn't American accent on something some points, and I'm going to highly twist. If you. Okay. It'd be nice a friend. Atlanta where tuning. I called my home. Go who went to Spelman. You see from she's from families from Alabama, and she went to Spelman and she lives in nine of lungs, heads it with issue, some go, how what he thinks. If you need any help with the cuss words. Got a land a certain way. So I So I got got to to. be right. So we got, okay, we ready. Like unbelievably honored that you would sit with us. I'm the spills like home. Thank you. We love you. I feel like we were already been doing the show online conversation. Yes. Love like you always holler love. So we're thankful that you could sit what take time Roddy day. Anything you want listeners to know before we'd outta here by the album stream of of can't feel it. Just enjoy it and come out and see the show. I do care about that. Come see the show. Watch for those tour dates, January and February. We'll be able to just go to all year social media sites and find them over socials everywhere. Yeah, you'll see his put them up. They'll be ever bomb overweight in. Thank you. Support. Thank you so much. Still always thinking is so much for listening..

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"estelle" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"estelle" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"My life in. I really walk around. Night time. Sometimes I feel stupid. But it was that it was like she writes so much of us into the show that it really is quite me. Sometimes the whole point is the whole point of gone is like about, you know, is to give a balance of Gifty idea balance of light. You can be an cold at the same time. You can be up and down you and his fine, you know, and you can still care and still be loving, but you can be powerful when you be strong and clearly the black character you not. Right. And and that's, that's the other Paul, yes, amount of black and Brown people. I've seen come to these cons over the years. Oh, and I know that has to do with the characters, and I don't mind none of this. I'm taking credit because I don't rent any of it. I, the only influence I have is telling some of the musical choices when it comes to mind character, she'll ask me. So I'm trying to write this kind of song who's used just listened to and you know, not give references and she'll come back out and just have a whole record decide with that. We were initially read for the part when you're reading for the part that she tell you the music was going to be part of it. Yeah, I seen as I feel like you guys got here because you want to say. Lebanon come up going to ask you to do music for the show. They would like what we have is some and I was at all, you know, again was it could you know, go out here right? Don't go happen Burs I'm a style. Trust my voice. Crazy, but then she was the rapid that was like, let me have. Let me. Listen to this. This is good. This is kids. I understand it limits is good and stronger than you and Scott. So good. These when she's in the because you know, garner even the low store between the stones and stuff. It's cute. So it's a really, really good show to me. You sound amazing on the show. It was just always such a prize in the president. Like I remember like years ago, just like, oh my God, that's still the voice of this car. So book, Dow so. Cool. What a dope addition to your portfolio professionally, like it's in between. It's my other job. But. When are you chain? You dressed up as garnet, right? When Tom was, did you pick somebody? Why won't she else? Razi because it's bad enough that wear glasses and I have black hair that's like a little poofy costs play. Give us one good cost. Live action film. Let's talk about in the film in India out, do it, and that's what I do. But if it's a live action film angle, usual voice, they will be me give me like it'd be ready. Me won't be you or three, the character gone. It..

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"estelle" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"estelle" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Let's take it back to school our know what you were like growing up. Who is that? Who do you think is still is high school girl that was always singing in theater in the hallway. Nobody knew. Ivan, did singing. I was in the background a lot like quiet, white quiet. And then when I did say it was like I would be the person telling my cousins in notes to sing in like Ryan, the songs, my cousin, just in the back, you know, like organiz everybody in be like coca Kobe. Good, great. Do you like Quincy Jones. Yeah, I'll take that. Joe's these school streets now? I was definitely just a quiet in about one. I feel like I got forced into music by proxy of is the one thing that was really going for me when our had literally nothing but I was doing I was doing it in the background and hadn't committed to doing it yet. I was of like, well, I need a job. I gotta do this. I'm doing all the things I'm doing all the stuff. But like I really gonna keep going. I, I was a journalist, the video production, everything around being singled, abusing. You know, agenda kinda stories, you cover kicks. Go out on our view is taken to shows and then do reviews things at Dow can find any of those. If we made me. What was not a fund. Dot com. And it was lost about three years. I was the first past may redundant, but I used to write just to write in like music was just always in the back of my brain Melody's in any way I could do. I sleep with no books on the my pillow. 'cause my mom would be like ten shelf at night ex. On that was my I was injured. I was in my head, you know, to learn how to speak, not to speak up and how to practice in people, telling me a call. Hey, how you when you decided finally like Arman artists and I'm going to pursue this twenty two a while. What was it? What was the tide turned that you like a sink of the may redundant from jobs? I didn't care about real, our kid about singing, and then off the dog in the blue I was like, I'm in, I found myself in this in this space where it's old music convert ready. Well, I know the stuff just try. You know, I got maybe one time in winter found another job at that. I maybe done again of that first time it was like she lady said to me young enough gopher house, like I'm twenty one I should have had a career by now not gonna. She said, Hugh young enough gopher, let go site lady. Trusting, you're not gonna have a job. T minus three collection things on the way. Desk. So how did you go for it? Like what was the first thing you did when you started taking yourself? Seriously as like a singer? That's a laptop Oma. The laptop and I said, all right, mom, gonna try this. I'm just gonna be broke like a need your help. She's like, you find you a part time job logo like I have eight others, what is this? You know, but she was like, you know. And I always say to people like subjects that period. And even when I was working at Dunkin blue, I will do my gig go. I will go home from my work to my gig over to the part. You're wherever find a way to perform home at two, three in the morning, sleep to three hours. Get back to work. Eight. Nine goes from gig the end. It was just so calls like three or four years straight. And I've been tied ever since I'm exhausted now trained me to be, you know, on point to be able to move that was the first thing..

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"estelle" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"estelle" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Oh adventure it was j that had the idea to start the estelle he had been selling bootleg videos at or from conventions and his roommate at the time had made a low budget like super eight short that he was selling and tape it shows and he had gone to a famous monsters film laying benton i don't know exactly where it was and he came back with he had had this conversation with guy named hugh gallagher with a zine publisher time that a zine called draculina i guess they had had a conversation at this convention and the idea for a film festival in chicago that would show these low budget films that people were making and selling tapes and things at the time he came back and approached me about helping him put on the first festival and took a few few askings before i agreed to make sure i thought he was actually serious about what he was doing finally i agreed kind of in the back of my mind when i said i would do would get involved kind of knew that i might still be here doing it twenty five years later and i wasn't sure that he would but and it's gotta help played out you jay was was involved for like six years as director of the festival and you know they really use kind of we're feeling out like what roles everybody involved what take giving we often joke that we had barely even attended film festival when we started one today to figure out what what is what does that mean what are we till.

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"estelle" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"estelle" Discussed on Super Station 101

"I know i are range and it was a civilian who shot the i think just an on the same note i mean so i know and a are saw the person well was a civilian stopped him i just think that needs to be i i don't know i think there is seems to be some kind of fair why there needs to be a more extensive background check on all this orange be a waiting period and all the things i guess i guess i'll say should be able to look at this kids juvenile records yeah i mean constantly would have seen it yeah may not more of an extensive background check out and i and i do agree with though you know when when it's a juvenile situation that no matter who you are if you've got nothing to hide then go get it but i dunno wait we have just been kind of a kind of has that on when it comes to a are fit when we're getting you know assault rifles arv fittings i don't really know the assault rifle no names exactly but i just think should we just limit that furthest a little bit should we just limit that to that of police officers and military there would be such an outrage in the country and while i mean there another would be another would be an outrage in the country but it's but it's it's i mean come on his under the point where these people were these with these automatic weapons as assault rifles are murdering innocent lives i mean we saw it out and in my not as lessons are illegal and heal the person in vegas had something like that i mean i and and this modified it and while it's it's not just all this it's a lot of these people that are getting these illegal is well i i don't know when it comes to the to these guns i'm i'm getting more and more hesitant on it because it's it's it's getting it's getting hard what who needs an a or out of seoul rifle who needs that ms go to of estelle let's go to one low and i would argue that you can do more damage with a pistol because.

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"estelle" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"estelle" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Kill somebody he has to go outside of the house and build a snow man has meanwhile can some but in the snow man looks like he don't want to be in the movie or summer like tech me with brother lee if you're somebody who's kind of like a lame mom like mine was what did beat dan than i gotta killing and was words dan leaving his lame estelle yawn now you feel sorry but like this moment supposed to be intimidating you just feel sorry for a hug and he is he's he's like please don't go take me with the best oh man air tony slow at showed us no minutes normally i'm here to yeah there's nothing ominous about it and it's meant to be that ina so funny because the siri killers sucks though bear he can't even make one three laden three scoops noman's yes make too this is the saddest look is snow meant yeah attempt small or bilden snow man isn't his we all house it's killing people don't see off the snow man likeness of beer well thank you i think that this hell the kill it gets people they look at their sorry us nominee come allen mahogany it kills my terrible as snow maniema got no call and got no carry pond now got no as as button negative got most scarf annoy at exit a draws out as the military this document i don't want to be atypical snow are a special episode up at albert your snowman is.

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"estelle" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"estelle" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"To also have the opportunity of letting people come into my office and actually d be in those conversations that i have with couples because most of the time we have no idea what happens in a couple in a couple of an isolated island sometimes the women may talked to somebody and demand talked very few and so we have no idea what's in the antichamber you know of to compliment a so i did a series widow the burnt and we're going to do a second one already that of ten couples therapy sessions covering a range of subjects where you think you are actually entering into the intimacy of these other relationships and you very quickly realized that you actually looking insane in uniting at your on mirror and you're looking at you sense and and you start to talk with the person said the people of your life you partners are others about where you are in relation to these questions sasid then they ask stories of infidelity and stories of sexuality and stories of of raising children and stories of of infertility and stories of unemployment and in its said it's a very very poignant experience because it's intimate in your ear you don't see them that you hear them ten couples who had volunteered to come and have a session we'd me like i do generally in my office it's exactly what i would normally do but this time recorded in towards estelle as stories to share and stories to invest ourselves in what is the name of the series where should we begin where should we be kith bed with every centers tired dude where should we begin so there only in for people listening in the show notes have links to everything that i can get links to that we've discussed start gas comes out may eighteen and at first it will be on other end on amazon prime and then the book comes out in september we'd be in stores october ten and then the podcast will also be released on i tuned send so it would be released at the same time as the book comes out so i have just a few more questions ought to let you get back to your debit just as we wrap up a few.

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