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"g. juliet" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

08:46 min | 1 d ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"Geico got it from shakespeare geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more so then what about the people who are just born into an unfair hand who maybe were born into abuse or born into as a part of the system. That's just broken and like just weren't born with the warm warm with anything on their side. It's it seems like what about those people as opposed to someone who is maybe born into an easier life but doesn't feel it starts off fair and you say the earth has everything we need but like what about. It just doesn't feel like it starts there you know. Yeah and so. That's how that's how that shows you how powerful people are. This baby is born into a family that can make or that can really help a make or break it right and so if your family where you experience abuse you have to realize that was not your choice. You were essentially a attest to your parents or the people whose lives you came into and they failed not you fails but how do you. What if it so bad. It's hard to get to that by. The abuse has so much you know under here but this isn't really struggle with the unfairness of life. No that's one hundred percent and so knowing that there's these people that will bring a beautiful inches world and abuse it. That means that. I want more people that can help is so he'll so that means that i want to either for or donate or help these light workers. These good people give the resources to be able to rescue. He's children to be able to heal these people. So i see since. I know that this particular issue exists. How can i add to the healing. How can i had so then. You don't have to stop your bundy. Your abundance actually can help where your heart feels pulled. Yeah so i think about the phases of pain and and trauma and essentially where i can fit in in that cycle. So if i can't prevent it. Then i can help them heal from it and help. I can help them soon. Five right heel. And then at the end to i can also help them thrive because when you hit eighteen years old you get kicked out the system so you see so many eighteen. Nineteen twenty year olds on the street. So what if. I'm able to provide housing Transitional housing since the government will do it. Or if i live in the city i can look at the laws and say and look at the child laws and say actually i one vote. So there is additional housing up to age twenty one and that children get a stipend while they can at dickey's educational stipend or a a trade site. So you can do spill much. I feel like with the news and how it is. It is designed to provoke emotion. The energy because our emotions are very powerful peeing. Fear anger makes the world go round. A love makes is more powerful motion. But if you are in the energy of love your less easier to control right so you think you got to think about who owns the news stations. Who owns the places. Like i was watching an interview about a water company. This woman had to fight. these has to fight these other larger companies to leave for a couple alone because they were monopoly of the water. Clean water they want a monopoly to hold onto what she's fighting. You know as so you think about and then who's behind. These corporations people is always comes down to other people. And so i'm like wait. How do these people have so much. Power have many. So i made in my mission to give get more. Ceo's more companies with people behind them but with good people behind them because money is what is power. So you're saying let me help heal people in power with money so they can use that money for good. Wow big mission right there juliet. That's pretty deep. Okay so tell me what you're doing that. And how are you getting the ceo's and then what are you doing with a hypnosis like how do you get in their brains so They usually fight. They a me either email. I'm sending the transmission and they receive it and they find me book session. I have one on one sessions. I and these Sessions are ninety minutes and they do pre work prior to it and an on the session. We always start with money. Because i want that to be the least of their problems. I want them to never worry about me. So sister never worried about money. They have the privilege to take risk because money is green is really the color. A privilege I know that people talk about white privilege after working in sales as a black woman Just get you guys are not seeing the cover of the black woman So when people so. I know working in sales as most most of the only woman on the team at one time like one of three black people in a in a global company like clo- company I knew that was the equalizer I know with with the police brutality. That kind of flips everything but other situations outside of police brutality. It's a great. Is there any gives you a lot of privileges. So that when you're in a city or a community you can really have strong relationships with the leaders in that community with the police departments with all these people because you're donating to campaigns of people that you want empower that's how these are power that's why he's exists because people that don't have the best interest or care about other people can donate to these leaders campaigns to these people to get results that they want and it's so interesting. Yeah we saw. We saw happen in batman we see is like it's so interesting how you see it in media and you see these stores wait. That actually does happen in real life. These people want money are able to stay in power or to get advantages because they donate to these leaders. So what if we the people have this money. Sorry i just want attended. These people have this money. Were able to donate to leaders that we believe in that can make a difference and we reform protection for these leaders to you as so When i have a ceo in session we look at their profit halfway right how their business can make money without burnout and without harm to others right and we create that profit halfway and then i go through a series of questions because these questions will help me identify. What if you had limiting belief or societal restriction. Okay so this goes into the depths of who you are and like like you said like with the peanut butter like when you're young like finding things like that like what is holding you back exactly as so we find out what that is and so we were able to determine if it's a current limiting belief an ancestral trauma energetic trump actual intergenerational trauma so emotional trauma and then we release all three and diesel under hypnosis. Yes so that. The subconscious is talking hundred percent so we'll start with a light trance too when he answered questions. So the The answers may not make sense.

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Record rains cause flash flooding in Tennessee; 4 dead

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Record rains cause flash flooding in Tennessee; 4 dead

"I'm Julie Walker record rains caused flash flooding across Tennessee Sunday leaving four people dead the rising flood waters were up to the middle of the doors on an S. U. V. stuck on the road Roger for Gozo at mainstreet Nash police captured the moment two people had to flee at one point the driver says they should have known better at least a hundred and thirty people had to be rescued according to officials national that more than seven inches of rain the second I. is Judy rainfall total ever recorded according to the mayor the new tribe church in mount Juliet says knee deep water broke through the front door they're sending chairs flying in flooding their building I'm Julie Walker

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Hong Kong's first trading tax hike since 1993 pummels stocks

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:40 sec | Last month

Hong Kong's first trading tax hike since 1993 pummels stocks

"There was a heavy selloff overnight. Stocks in Hong Kong tumbled out of the city announced plans to hike the tax rate on stock trading and Bloomberg's Julie had suddenly joins us from Singapore with the details. Good morning, Juliet. Good morning, Karen. The planned increase was part of a raft of new measures unveiled in Hong Kong is budgets and sources in Hong Kong Exchanges plunge the most since the stock bubble burst back in 2015. Chinese investors sold a record $2.6 billion worth of Hong Kong stocks poised for a record the Hang Sang index posting its biggest one day the client since May. China Sea aside 300 down 2.5% in Tokyo The Nikkei Down more than 1.5% after resuming trade following Tuesday's holiday in

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Biden to Address Chip Shortages With Executive Action

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:47 sec | Last month

Biden to Address Chip Shortages With Executive Action

"Chuck Schumer is asking fellow lawmakers to draw up legislation to improve competitiveness with China in manufacturing and technology. Humor is calling for emergency funding for incentives to promote semiconductor manufacturing and research. Now this issue, as you know, has taken on new urgency given the global chip shortage. Schumer's plan also list possible sanctions or other steps to curb China on trade and intellectual property theft. He is hoping to have this legislation on the floor of the Senate for a vote this spring. MAINE time President Biden is expected to sign an executive order tomorrow it will call for a supply chain review for critical goods. And Juliet. This would obviously includes semiconductors. Meanwhile,

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Portrait Of: Gabby Rivera

Latino USA

05:47 min | 3 months ago

Portrait Of: Gabby Rivera

"On a monday afternoon. Writer gabby is visiting her local comic bookstore. It's a place in downtown oakland. that's called cape and cowl. Remember have come in for like adventure comics and stuff. What'd you got anything fun. Anything a little poking around this is where gabby looks for heroes who are not your basic white guy. I'm gonna grab that like you know girl kicking as basically right like i wanna grab. A miss marveled sues as gabby is flicking through at the comic bookstore. There's a young man who's wearing thick black glasses and camouflage jacket and he spots you. Miss america america is america chavez. That would be marvel's first. Latina queer superhero gabby began writing for her in two thousand seventeen. She wrote twelve comic books about america's adventures as a spangler speaking college student who can also punch through dimensions of time and space miss america. That's my girl. It was important to me. I appreciate that despite her happiness at chatting with a fan gabby hasn't always found community in the comic book world as sometimes on online space says it can be like or you're not telling the story writer. You shouldn't tell the story for gabby. The in-person experience has been a lot more positive. Whatever you're doing here. He's like whatever magic. You're actually a witch. Keep it up from media. It's let usa madonna wholesome and today a portrait of writer gabby playback before gabby libra got into writing comic books. She wrote juliet takes a breath. It's a twenty sixteen novel which is a coming of age story about a young queer latina. Who leaves the bronx which is where she grew up and that novel got her. Some attention from an unusual place marvel comics. They ask gabby if she would be interested. In writing specifically for their superhero america these after decades featuring mostly white male heroes. Marvel comics has recently been making an effort to introduce more women where people of color and lgbtq heroes in their comics. Some people were angry with these changes shortly. After gabby began writing for america chavez. She started getting threads and being harassed. This was a tough time for gabby. Suddenly she was swept up in an online backlash called comic escape which criticized. The comic book industry's attempts to be more inclusive. I sat down with gabby to learn more about her beginnings as writer and about her experience. Shaping queer latinas superhero during a really tense moment. Gabeira welcome to let the usa. Thank you maria. I'm so excited to be here with you. I'm excited to excited to so your favorite term for yourself is what quirky rican is what you are on instagram. But you love to call yourself a nerd. Right yeah I love nerd. Butch thea loverboy. I have a couple of terms for myself. Keep on going going. I think butch the is really the one that i'm embodying these days right because everybody has a bush the you know. She's got her fade. She's got her corona. She's sitting at the barbecue in the back as she loves you. So much me. You grew up in new york You are not only new yorker. you're from the bronx. So tell us little. Bit about little vera growing up in what part of the bronx and what life felt like. Oh my gosh. I was just a little baby in the eighties. Growing up my neighborhood. Was you know that kind of mix of like bronx lake hood ish but also some Suburban right at that intersection of westchester county in the bronx. I had my grandparents. My mother's side living in the house with us and we have my father's family like two blocks away so i was also always surrounded by like my puerto rican family and we went to church. I grew up. You know super religious pentecostal. Puerto rican evangelical speaking in tongues. All of that. You know it's also terrorists kind of like a traditional quote american sort of upbringing rate lake My parents my mom was a teacher. He knows so. She was taught kindergarten of thirty five years in new york city. My dad was a salesman for gov will stelle off from most like thirty years of his life so there was kind of this lake nuclear family. Whatever puerto rican middle-class looks like the bronx very strict but also very secure households and in the middle of that we were in the bronx and there was definitely struggle violence. It was wild to be in so many lake constrains morally good controlled environments right and then have all of this like beautiful neighborhood. Chaos real life. Real people happening all around me.

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CHICAGO FORECAST: Light Lake Flurries, Sprinkles

Bob Sirott

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

CHICAGO FORECAST: Light Lake Flurries, Sprinkles

"Other chance of flurries tonight and tomorrow with a low of 30 overnight. 35 tomorrow some breaks of sunshine coming for the weekend and temperatures in the mid thirties. It's 37 now at O'Hare and Midway 36 along the lakefront 33 Juliet. NBA players found

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Chicago Weather: Lakefront Trail Closed Amid High Waves, Icy Conditions

John Landecker

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago Weather: Lakefront Trail Closed Amid High Waves, Icy Conditions

"Big, powerful store misses us for the overnight We are still expecting cloudy conditions with the mix of snow and potentially freezing drizzle late tonight, down the 27 degrees for an overnight low. Tomorrow. We'll see freezing Drizzle early with a high temperature of 34 snow showers possible during the afternoon on Friday. It's gonna be a little bit milder, certainly breezy with sun and clouds. The high temperature 42 low forties for Saturday and Sunday wintry mix Saturday with sunshine to complete the weekend. WGN meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory and again the lakefront trail in the city closed due to high waves and icy conditions from oak to Ohio. Barricades are in place. It is 33 degrees right now at O'Hare, 34 midway, 33 down and Juliet and on Chicago's Lakefront

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The Brave New Worlds of Octavia Butler

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:55 min | 4 months ago

The Brave New Worlds of Octavia Butler

"Hello and welcome to misinformation a trivia podcast for ladies and gents who love cool trivia and sticking it to anoint teams. Have pop quiz where your hosts. I'm lauren and i'm julia hate y'all lowered. Are you full of cheese. Still i am still full of cheese. I want to tell you that the were recording on the day that the cheese up came out and my husband came home and ate an entire block of gouda because apparently he was like that. She's episode really maybe hungry for cheese so we ate a lot of our cheese in our fridge. So did its job. Did what it was supposed to do that yet. We hope you guys enjoyed that. It was something a little different than normal but Somebody else mentioned that like they're not a big fan of cheese but they would love to do another dash along episode with its point. So we'll brainstorm. We'll come back to that. Yeah maybe we'll be eating. Maybe it'll be something else. You know who. That's interesting. Mike along with juliet tandem bike. Listen to me. We get a tandem bike and a couple of layers. Listen or and we bike around rochester and talk about the of bicycling and also talk about the history of rochester. How great with did you just come up with this disraeli. I literally just came up with this first of all key. Imagine what people would they. They saw on a tandem bicycle goalie. I attached to us. Like a yeti microphone at like yup. Yup and josh is right a lot riding alongside of us and then our in car bike so i didn't mean this bird. I'm like no it's fine. He's gonna drive next very slow with the with the cords running into the car. I love this so much. Okay that's our next thing called ride along with julian lawrence as they get hit by multiple cars because the worst almost ill-advised thing but you asked for it. Everybody so get ready. It's on your hands. Our blood is on your hands. Basically is what we're saying. Get ready for that man. Speaking of blood oh man. I am very worried now so for this. I decided that i was going to cover An author that. I'm not super familiar with a genre of literature but i'm also not super familiar with. I've really learned a lot. And i hope you all will too. I hope i will. Are you ready. Lauren i'm has ever i'll ever be this week. We're entering the brave. New world of octavia butler. Oh you know what i have. Been meeting to read some octavia butler. But i have now. I have not read in a very long time. And i feel like i don't know if i'm ready. You know. I do bet that you would like it. Okay probably a little more. So than i would i. I'm willing to give it all a try great love i think maybe a lot of people have heard her name but they're not totally familiar with her work. Or unless you are like a sci fi reader maybe maybe her name is like completely foreign to you. So here's what you should know. So i was a groundbreaking american writer. She was one of the few women of color publishing an agenda dominated by white men Butler won the coveted hugo award which is considered the premier award in science fiction as well as the nebula prize which are which is given to the best works of science fiction or fantasy in the. us She won those twice each and that was loud. She all the time she was also the first science fiction writer ever to receive the macarthur fellowship. Wow wow that's interesting. I didn't know that octavia butler was born in pasadena. California in june nineteen forty seven. The only child of her mother's name was also octavia octavia margaret guy who was a housemaid and loris james butler. Who was a shoe. Shine man So octavius father died when she was seven and to support the family. Her mother worked as a maid She was extremely shy. As a child in octavia found an outlet at the library reading fantasy books and also in writing She did have a mild form of dyslexia but she didn't let this challenge deter her from developing a love of books She started creating her own stories early on and she decided to make writing her. Life's work around. The age of ten octavia wrote reams of pages in her big pink notebook and at first she was enamored with fairy tales and also horror stories but she quartz came interested in science fiction magazines. Such as amazing stories and galaxy. Science fiction so octavia did do a lot of interviews later in life. And so i've gotten some really great information right from her own words that i'm going to ask throughout this so to an mit class on the media in transition in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight butler told this anecdote. It's impossible to begin to talk about myself. And the media without going back to how i wound up writing science fiction and that is by watching a terrible movie. Movie was called devil girl from mars. And i saw it when i was about twelve years old and it changed my life. It was one of those old nineteen fifties movies in which the beautiful martian woman arrives on earth to announce that all the martian men of died off in there are a bunch of men. Hungry women up there and the earth. Men don't want to go. As i was watching this film i had a series of revelations the i was cheese. I can write a better story than that. And then i thought gee anybody can read about our story than that. And my thought was the clincher. Somebody got paid for writing. Not awful story. Yeah so often. Writing and a year later i was busy. Submitting terrible fiction to innocent magazines.

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Chicago Forecast: Sunny Skies, Warmer Temperatures Expected Saturday

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago Forecast: Sunny Skies, Warmer Temperatures Expected Saturday

"A check of the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. We're expecting mostly sunny skies for this Saturday, a little bit warmer than normal. The high temperature around 50. Sunday 48 more sunshine. But Klaus increase during the evening and a chance for snow, mainly Chicago and all points south and East Sunday night into Monday as a low pressure system of powerful storm tracks to our East. Expect snow and windy conditions on Monday. The high temperature 35 Tuesday Sunshine returns for up to 37 from WGN meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. Clear skies this morning across the area Temperatures in the high twenties, the low thirties or hair, it's 29 degrees 30 at Midway, 27 in Aurora, 26. Lansing, 25 Juliet. And then 26 in Waukegan and 27, a two page airport downtown along Chicago's lakefront just a bit warmer. It's 32 degrees. I'm don Cleaven on Chicago's very own 7, 20, WGN and

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Uber, Lyft and the sharing economy

Future Tense

09:45 min | 5 months ago

Uber, Lyft and the sharing economy

"What used to be referred to as the sharing economy. Let's quickly remind ourselves what sharing actually means if i give you a ride in my car and don't expect anything in return that's sharing if however aguirre rod in my car and you have to pay for the privilege. Well that's cold commerce and that's why when we talk about uber and deliver ruined task. Grab it and even airbnb. These days we now refer to them as gig economy companies. Juliet shore has been researching. Why the sharing ideal ended up as a form of anti regulation capitalism. Her new book is called after the gig. How the sharing economy got hijacked and how to win it back. So the sharing economy launched in the midst of the so-called great recession of two thousand eight nine and it emerged with a series of could've wonderful promises about all the good things it was going to bring an call that the idealist discourse so it promised it was going to give people a whole new way to work without a boss if people independence and flexibility autonomy that it was going to provide income for struggling middle class people and that it was inclusive because it was so easy to join these platforms and it would reduce discrimination and help low income people. It also promised that it was going to create social ties connections. These were what we call appeared appear person to person exchanges. Somebody in their car. Someone who needs a ride someone with a room. Someone who needs a place to stay and that those exchanges would yield truly personal intimate relationships and then finally it claimed that it was going to reduce carbon footprints. Because airbnb would make it. So we didn't have to build hotels and ridesharing would make it so people didn't have to own their own cars anymore so it was a pretty hefty set of claims and sort of idealistic hopes which we heard from ordinary users. And of course from the platforms themselves as well as the many consultants who were touting the benefits of this new way to run an economy. What does it suggest that flexibility is really the only regional virtue of the sharing economy that still touted by the big gig companies today when whenever they come under attack for their methods and actions. Well flexibility is still at least in principle a key part of gig work in the sense that people can choose to go on the app and go off at any time. They can work as many as few hours as they want in practice. What we do find though. Is that for people who are trying to make a full time. Living on these apps they lose almost all the flexibility they lose a great deal of it. Because there's not enough work too many people chasing too little work so they have to pretty much stay on the apps. Whenever there's any work to be had we know that very quickly. The sharing economy co opted by silicon valley venture capitalists. But we're those original ideals. Plausible could have worked. I think some of them weren't some of them weren't so the environmental idea really warrant for much of the sharing economy. That's because the two biggest sectors which are lodging and transportation are both really carbon intensive activities travel and you know both long distance travel and local travel and these sharing platforms made these services available much more cheaply which meant that more people were gonna use them. So more people getting into private cars as a result of ride hailing because there was so much less costly than taxis. Many more people travelling as a result of the fact that airbnb offered cheaper accommodation so environmental claims weren't laws above the social. Claims are a little bit more mixed. We do find people on airbnb if they're staying with someone who's present in the home rather than renting out a whole place. They are making social ties there. Few sharing platforms like blah blah car in europe which is long distance ridesharing where connecting with someone is really relevant but as far as the claims for the labor side of things economic claims. I think they were feasible. Wall if you had a decent business model and you didn't let too many people on the platform but second the companies started out with pretty decent compensation for the workers in the early days people were pretty happy with many of these platforms but over time because the companies weren't making money kept cutting what they were giving to the workers and this was most prevalent in ride help and the bakeries and they weren't making money was they priced the service too low so uber and lift subsidizing the rise by about forty percent. It's the only way they could get such a big market so if they were less greedy. I think the answer to your question is yes. There is a way to do this. That actually takes advantage of the technology is still a reasonable deal for consumers. But isn't you know giving them crazy. Low prices and also is sort of feasible from platform point of view. Your book is called after the gig and the subtitle is how the sharing economy got hijacked. Which is what we've been talking about and how to win it back looking at the how to win it back do see the. The basic model appears structure augmented by digital technology. Do you see that as having potential to expand or to create genuine sharing economy models. I do think that there's tremendous potential here. So there other more out of the box kind of innovative ways that we can think about using this technology and changing the social relations of production basically in ways that would really benefit users and workers in particular so i studied what are called platform cooperatives and these are platforms. They use many of the same technology so they use the matching algorithms. They use the ratings and reputational data. They use the payment systems but instead of being owned by wealthy investors owned by the people who are actually doing the work so i studied an artist's platform of photographers platform that sell stock photography over the web and there are about a thousand artists who are members of this cooperative. They're much much happier when they they used to work for that quote unquote of stock photography. Which is a company named getty images and two longtime industry insiders started. This new company called stocks a united and photographers flocked to it. They're much much happier. They get a much bigger fraction of the sales and they can govern themselves so they have control over what the company does so. I think it's a fantastic model. The reason i have a lot of optimism for it is that the technology obviates a lot of what management does it takes care of the quality control. It does the matching. it does the finance. You know you really don't need much management and you can see that by the fact that many of these companies have very few employees and that means that it's just that much easier for workers actually to own those companies because there's really not so much that management is providing. Can you bring those types of platform co to scale or in trying to grow. Do they risk going down. The path of what we know has happened to some of the big companies. It's an interesting question. Because i think the question of scale is somewhat misunderstood in the gig space many of the areas where you've had rapid growth our in services that are person to person services and are primarily local ride hale and delivery errands and tasks and so forth so these are personal services and people who provide them are locals and they're providing them to local so for those you actually don't want them to get two big. There's no reason that they should all you really need is what we can think of as interoperability in the apps. So let's say. I use a ride hailing app in my city and that's most of the time that's what i'm using it for but occasionally go somewhere else. I wanna be able to open that app and get a ride held. They're all that means. is that those. Local co ops. Have to all be part of a network that platforms where scaling to a large. You know market makes more sense are the online platforms and the accommodations platform. So those make more sense to scale up. We have seen some other kinds of structures at least in nonprofits and so forth not necessarily always a co op structure. But you know something similar where we have some of these platforms that are actually operating more globally and the one i studied stocks is global platform. So yeah they can scale. I think the question is how big do you want them to scale. And i think that really varies by the service. Were talking about

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After the Gig: How the Sharing Economy Got Hijacked and How to Win It Back

Future Tense

07:22 min | 5 months ago

After the Gig: How the Sharing Economy Got Hijacked and How to Win It Back

"Juliet shore has been researching. Why the sharing ideal ended up as a form of anti regulation capitalism. Her new book is called after the gig. How the sharing economy got hijacked and how to win it back. So the sharing economy launched in the midst of the so-called great recession of two thousand eight nine and it emerged with a series of could've wonderful promises about all the good things it was going to bring an call that the idealist discourse so it promised it was going to give people a whole new way to work without a boss if people independence and flexibility autonomy that it was going to provide income for struggling middle class people and that it was inclusive because it was so easy to join these platforms and it would reduce discrimination and help low income people. It also promised that it was going to create social ties connections. These were what we call appeared appear person to person exchanges. Somebody in their car. Someone who needs a ride someone with a room. Someone who needs a place to stay and that those exchanges would yield truly personal intimate relationships and then finally it claimed that it was going to reduce carbon footprints. Because airbnb would make it. So we didn't have to build hotels and ridesharing would make it so people didn't have to own their own cars anymore so it was a pretty hefty set of claims and sort of idealistic hopes which we heard from ordinary users. And of course from the platforms themselves as well as the many consultants who were touting the benefits of this new way to run an economy. What does it suggest that flexibility is really the only regional virtue of the sharing economy that still touted by the big gig companies today when whenever they come under attack for their methods and actions. Well flexibility is still at least in principle a key part of gig work in the sense that people can choose to go on the app and go off at any time. They can work as many as few hours as they want in practice. What we do find though. Is that for people who are trying to make a full time. Living on these apps they lose almost all the flexibility they lose a great deal of it. Because there's not enough work too many people chasing too little work so they have to pretty much stay on the apps. Whenever there's any work to be had we know that very quickly. The sharing economy co opted by silicon valley venture capitalists. But we're those original ideals. Plausible could have worked. I think some of them weren't some of them weren't so the environmental idea really warrant for much of the sharing economy. That's because the two biggest sectors which are lodging and transportation are both really carbon intensive activities travel and you know both long distance travel and local travel and these sharing platforms made these services available much more cheaply which meant that more people were gonna use them. So more people getting into private cars as a result of ride hailing because there was so much less costly than taxis. Many more people travelling as a result of the fact that airbnb offered cheaper accommodation so environmental claims weren't laws above the social. Claims are a little bit more mixed. We do find people on airbnb if they're staying with someone who's present in the home rather than renting out a whole place. They are making social ties there. Few sharing platforms like blah blah car in europe which is long distance ridesharing where connecting with someone is really relevant but as far as the claims for the labor side of things economic claims. I think they were feasible. Wall if you had a decent business model and you didn't let too many people on the platform but second the companies started out with pretty decent compensation for the workers in the early days people were pretty happy with many of these platforms but over time because the companies weren't making money kept cutting what they were giving to the workers and this was most prevalent in ride help and the bakeries and they weren't making money was they priced the service too low so uber and lift subsidizing the rise by about forty percent. It's the only way they could get such a big market so if they were less greedy. I think the answer to your question is yes. There is a way to do this. That actually takes advantage of the technology is still a reasonable deal for consumers. But isn't you know giving them crazy. Low prices and also is sort of feasible from platform point of view. Your book is called after the gig and the subtitle is how the sharing economy got hijacked. Which is what we've been talking about and how to win it back looking at the how to win it back do see the. The basic model appears structure augmented by digital technology. Do you see that as having potential to expand or to create genuine sharing economy models. I do think that there's tremendous potential here. So there other more out of the box kind of innovative ways that we can think about using this technology and changing the social relations of production basically in ways that would really benefit users and workers in particular so i studied what are called platform cooperatives and these are platforms. They use many of the same technology so they use the matching algorithms. They use the ratings and reputational data. They use the payment systems but instead of being owned by wealthy investors owned by the people who are actually doing the work so i studied an artist's platform of photographers platform that sell stock photography over the web and there are about a thousand artists who are members of this cooperative. They're much much happier when they they used to work for that quote unquote of stock photography. Which is a company named getty images and two longtime industry insiders started. This new company called stocks a united and photographers flocked to it. They're much much happier. They get a much bigger fraction of the sales and they can govern themselves so they have control over what the company does so. I think it's a fantastic model. The reason i have a lot of optimism for it is that the technology obviates a lot of what management does it takes care of the quality control. It does the matching. it does the finance. You know you really don't need much management and you can see that by the fact that many of these companies have very few employees and that means that it's just that much easier for workers actually to own those companies because there's really not so much that management is providing.

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Trump fires top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:32 min | 5 months ago

Trump fires top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs

"So when it comes to election security it turns out. There's no job security. Trump's purges continue his. Latest is the ousting of chris. Cribs krebs was dhs security cyber security official. Who lost his job for contradicting trump's claims of a fraudulent and stolen election. In fact krebs said. It was the most secure election in american history. Join us a line for on this and other headlines is national security expert juliette kayem. She's an analyst at cnn forces secretary of the department of homeland security yourself in faculty chair the homeland security program at harvard. University's kennedy school of government. Hello juliet our you. We're great to talk to you. Great to talk to you both on zoom this time so we shouldn't have problems like we did last time. Good fingers crossed. So i'm heartened by. Chris crabs even though he just got fired by the press because he's he's was speaking truth to power in the classic sense saying that the there's not widespread fraud in this election. He did fire but his republican but at least he stood up to the president. Yes exactly and i think that's the way to view it. I know everyone so nervous. And you know we have a right to be. This is no way to treat a democracy or a peaceful transition of power but nonetheless The president is now just wildly searching for a narrative of how he how he loses which he's already lost and so that's every lawsuit he can bring. She's losing about thirty of them at a time. It is questioning the voting process and questioning the voting results and so Firing chris crabs who ran an office that was not only did heroic work in terms of supporting election and the election from foreign interference But also one. That was pushing back against disinformation That was coming out of the white house so that is a good thing. So chris i know chris is. Chris knew he was going to get fired. There's no one's crying here. This was this was someone who believed that. His role was for the united states and not for president. He did his job. The president is petty. chris's deputy quit Chris's the third in line. Who's running the office with someone who can't be fired easily. 'cause he's career and has been part of cybersecurity for while the president will soon discover how How hard it is to. You know to undermine the truth which was that. They did a successful job. So let me just say. This guy's unbelie not only speaking of truth to power around election day. Listen to this guy in october. It's almost like he knew what his boss. Donald trump is gonna say. Here is a krebs in october Talking about what might happen. Post november third patient. That's a lot of opportunity space for the bad guys. Whoever they are to come in and try to so chaos so doubt in the integrity of the process and remember attempts to de-legitimize. The election aren't going to stop on election day. How perfect is that. I mean described to a tee. Exactly what his boston right. So trump had one. Then you know then then no one would. No one be thinking about chris. Christopherson -ticipant either. That it was closed or the biden would win. And so here's the thing so trump's not sophisticated. I mean he's a bullet in china shop. You everyone wonders. If there's some master chess game going on. There's not. I mean he he he he only cares about himself and he's he's bringing us closer bringing us to on unreasonable ledges or cliffs than than need be but in the end. You know this is. Chris was ten steps ahead of him as well as the department in terms of the side in terms of defending the election and ultimately of course trump

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And the Winner is ...Democracy

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

06:01 min | 5 months ago

And the Winner is ...Democracy

"So we are recording best the friday after the election so things haven't been called yet but we're pretty sure we're gonna know how this racist cali and it is going to lead to as heavy the first woman vice president and that will be a black related a woman and i have with the day here to talk about it to me. A wilson who is everything google her. I mean you're all going to hear about her in the intro that juliet. Thank you for joining me. How are you feeling. Because i got all the feelings. My champagne is a fridge chillan. I can't wait. I can't wait. I am elated. I think the only thing that is really holding me back. Like i'd always imagine that i'd be dancing in the streets when we got this news like i really are liberation celebration. I feel like. I need my liberation celebration. So my only sadness is about covid. Nineteen limiting the level of hype and party that this moment deserves. I'm so excited. I'm so excited to see. Kamala harris make history ads for women for black women for women of color for indian women and also just to have competent. Who have a heart in a people house and take our country back so important for me just throughout the campaign when vice hers bided president elect biden was just talking to people. This is just so refreshing and during that obeys where he walked right into the camera and spoke to people. I knew i had missed that by didn't know how no no now how much i have missed that. And i'm just looking forward to waking up every morning and not having to worry about what foolishness is donald trump going to do today. I'm just so excited. So i wearing my stacey. Abrams shirt today because she is the. Mvp and georgia everything that she has done. And i do wanna talk about the voters but first we gotta talk about how the fifty three percent as now fifty. Five percent the karens really care and in a extended their care majority like fifty five percent of white women voted for donald trump. This is not surprise. The not surprise at all that this is where we are so would love to hear from you when you saw the fifty five percent or you shot. What's going through your mind. I'm so sad that i expected this and i spent a lot of time. Kind of feeling level of guilt around expecting this and becoming numb to that level of betrayal that we as loan of color no expect and have experience again and again and just understanding that patriarchy is drug and white supremacy as a drug and so it's been rough to really think about how complicit the majority of white women are and their accomplices to this kind of terror their accomplices to having a lack of empathy for other marginalized people and not really seeing themselves in the reality of being marginalized people even despite what's happening on the supreme court even despite having multiple sexual predators on the supreme court and one in the white house so for me. It's it's really hard. I wrote a piece in twenty seventeen and the headline for it was. It's complicated. White women white men and white supremacy. And i have thought about it a lot and thought about this history from the plantations to now of the covenant Around how white supremacist. Patriarchy really needs. White women to continue to have it fueled. And that's the thing that i think. I have a lot of grief about that There despite them enduring all of the same kinds of misogynistic a reality Face around the world obviously with their privilege as a part of got They're still the idea that rejecting white supremacy is going to push them away from the privileges and power that they do have and it's easier to accept that to maintain what positioning they have over us. Who are not covered by. That are not protected by that. And so it's a little bit me. When i think about people who've defied bisque over fifty percent of people like heather hair or viola liu so those women were made martyrs that they dared to defy the white patriarchy in paid the price with their lives. So it's something. I think about quite a bit because i I have a sense of understanding. About how conditioning led to that and that by no means means that. I'm keeping for anyone but to say that they also really need to recognize that. That white supremacy patriarchy depends on them to go forth. And even richard spencer and the charlottesville the the language that they used around the invitation to charlottesville had language in it calling on white women. They recognized that. We need you to continue to serve your role for us to prosper. And for me as a black woman i think black men in a different power dynamic of a world where to do that i was stopped that right there because i'd be subordinate in it. But the fact that women are saying. I'll take those crumbs an order to still be over these other people. That's the part. That's still sits really painfully with me. In that we need white women to change it that this is not our job to facts but white women really need to come even harder for. There's

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And the Winner is ...Democracy

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

06:02 min | 5 months ago

And the Winner is ...Democracy

"So we are recording best the friday after the election so things haven't been called yet but we're pretty sure we're gonna know how this racist cali and it is going to lead to as heavy the first woman vice president and that will be a black related a woman and i have with the day here to talk about it to me. A wilson who is everything google her. I mean you're all going to hear about her in the intro that juliet. Thank you for joining me. How are you feeling. Because i got all the feelings. My champagne is a fridge chillan. I can't wait. I can't wait. I am elated. I think the only thing that is really holding me back. Like i'd always imagine that i'd be dancing in the streets when we got this news like i really are liberation celebration. I feel like. I need my liberation celebration. So my only sadness is about covid. Nineteen limiting the level of hype and party that this moment deserves. I'm so excited. I'm so excited to see. Kamala harris make history ads for women for black women for women of color for indian women and also just to have competent. Who have a heart in a people house and take our country back so important for me just throughout the campaign when vice hers bided president elect biden was just talking to people. This is just so refreshing and during that obeys where he walked right into the camera and spoke to people. I knew i had missed that by didn't know how no no now how much i have missed that. And i'm just looking forward to waking up every morning and not having to worry about what foolishness is donald trump going to do today. I'm just so excited. So i wearing my stacey. Abrams shirt today because she is the. Mvp and georgia everything that she has done. And i do wanna talk about the voters but first we gotta talk about how the fifty three percent as now fifty. Five percent the karens really care and in a extended their care majority like fifty five percent of white women voted for donald trump. This is not surprise. The not surprise at all that this is where we are so would love to hear from you when you saw the fifty five percent or you shot. What's going through your mind. I'm so sad that i expected this and i spent a lot of time. Kind of feeling level of guilt around expecting this and becoming numb to that level of betrayal that we as loan of color no expect and have experience again and again and just understanding that patriarchy is drug and white supremacy as a drug and so it's been rough to really think about how complicit the majority of white women are and their accomplices to this kind of terror their accomplices to having a lack of empathy for other marginalized people and not really seeing themselves in the reality of being marginalized people even despite what's happening on the supreme court even despite having multiple sexual predators on the supreme court and one in the white house so for me. It's it's really hard. I wrote a piece in twenty seventeen and the headline for it was. It's complicated. White women white men and white supremacy. And i have thought about it a lot and thought about this history from the plantations to now of the covenant Around how white supremacist. Patriarchy really needs. White women to continue to have it fueled. And that's the thing that i think. I have a lot of grief about that There despite them enduring all of the same kinds of misogynistic a reality Face around the world obviously with their privilege as a part of got They're still the idea that rejecting white supremacy is going to push them away from the privileges and power that they do have and it's easier to accept that to maintain what positioning they have over us. Who are not covered by. That are not protected by that. And so it's a little bit me. When i think about people who've defied bisque over fifty percent of people like heather hair or viola liu so those women were made martyrs that they dared to defy the white patriarchy in paid the price with their lives. So it's something. I think about quite a bit because i I have a sense of understanding. About how conditioning led to that and that by no means means that. I'm keeping for anyone but to say that they also really need to recognize that. That white supremacy patriarchy depends on them to go forth. And even richard spencer and the charlottesville the the language that they used around the invitation to charlottesville had language in it calling on white women. They recognized that. We need you to continue to serve your role for us to prosper. And for me as a black woman i think black men in a different power dynamic of a world where to do that i was stopped that right there because i'd be subordinate in it. But the fact that women are saying. I'll take those crumbs an order to still be over these other people. That's the part. That's still sits really painfully with me. In that we need white women to change it that this is not our job to facts but white women really need to come even harder for. There's

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Near-Record Warmth Possible in Chicago This Weekend

WGN Showcase

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Near-Record Warmth Possible in Chicago This Weekend

"Partly sunny Sunday, with temperatures topping out in the mid seventies, which could set a record Sunday night. Partly cloudy with a low near 60 degrees. Partly cloudy on Monday Temperature's returning to a near record high to around 75 degrees. Mostly cloudy and breezy on Tuesday IES in the lower seventies. Keller has become likely in the afternoon. We could see a few thunderstorms as well from the weather center neurologist. My chance It is 59 degrees at O'Hare 60 at midway. 52 out of DeKalb 51 Juliet 59 degrees on Chicago's

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Childhood Heroines

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

06:02 min | 5 months ago

Childhood Heroines

"And welcome to breaking the glass slipper. I'm Charlotte bombed. I'm Lucy handsome and I'm Megan Lee. We are all of us shaped by our childhood the books and characters. We grew up with are the ones that stay with us throughout our lives and also the ones which helped us to shape ideas about ourselves and the society. We live in Palm spend a lot of time on breaking the glass slipper championing modern authors and ground-breaking characters. So we thought it was about time to devote an episode to discussing the heroines good and bad that we grew up with them. So ladies, what is the earliest heroin that you can remember having a strong attachment to it can be from a film from a book from TV anything? Who is the first time that you really remember going? That's the girl for me. Yeah, so Millions totally going to say princess Slayer, which I'm not going to say because I'm clearly crap and don't watch Star Wars, but I was thinking about this today and maybe that was because I was in waterstones and so I was surrounded by books, but I had some Enid blyton's and I read the naughtiest girl in school and I have to say that she was one of my first like heroic female characters because I just loved her. I love the fact that she was a Red Bull from the start and yeah, she had no friends and it was her fault. She had no friends. But you know, I I was with her all the way. I was like, yeah, you kicked that proof egg, but you know, I went on the journey with her and she grows as a character mean in a flight in like kudos to her. She does some real character development and Elizabeth the heroine of the of the naughtiest girl she she kind of reforms herself and grows up. Be a prefect and you know, yeah, it's a bit of a goody-two-shoes things, but she never really loses that kind of rebellious spark. She always does things her own way and and that's what really appealed to me off. Okay. I'm going to say that I'm not that predictable because I wasn't going to say princess layer. The reason was because we were trying to think of the song list heroin that I really remember having a strong attachment to and this is probably going to come out way of left field but Ducky from The Land Before Time. Do you know what I never watched that? I knew it that maybe I saw like one episode of it. So I'm all ears which one was ducky ducky song from. Well, I'm talking about the film. I've not actually seen any of the other films all the series. So, oh I knew it was a series that I just never saw it, but this is the one with the Dinosaurs in yes. Yes, so Ducky song The cute little one that's always like yep. Yep. Yep. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that's right. And I I love ducky and I loved Spike and I loved their friendship and oh, yeah ducky. Yeah. I just really yucky when I was little and I still do and yeah, although home today. I actually looked it up because it had been such a long time and I could remember her voice and I could remember that you know what the character looked like and for some reason the name had gone out of my head which I felt terrible about but also I discovered something really quite horrible the the little girl who voiced ducky she died at the age of ten because her father had killed shot her mother and her and then killed himself and was really quite depressing. And so that's what I am that still line. I went down this afternoon when I was Doing my research for today's episode, which is great. Yeah, that's crazy. She was ten o horrible pool kids. Yeah, and then she cuz she was also took in All Dogs Go to Heaven, but that was really helped. Mostly. Yeah. I remember that film cried so much of that film. Yeah, me too. Anyway, sorry, I had a high and then a real low, but anyway ducky was probably yeah, the the very earliest one and if God, I think if anyone else has really early it would be Mary Lennox from The Secret Garden. I loved Mary C. I wasn't really Blown Away by them regarding they must have met it was just kind of a am effing for me. Yeah same here. Yeah didn't get it still don't I love The Secret Garden. So one of my dreams to come across the hidden garden Wilderness know it's nothing Tom's. My garden is so much better than that. Sounds good. I love that. I can I had never even thought of that before meeting you too. So, yeah. Sorry. Maybe it didn't make it to Australia. I don't know. So what about you Charlotte? Well, I'm going to show my age here. I think the first heroin that I ever remember really cutting on too and I must have been very very young was Juliet in dog Canyon. If either of you old enough to remember that, of course Canyon and the musket hands and I don't know why cuz she was so cute and like had that lovely pink dress that never got Mucky or maybe it's always just just perfect and are she I really when I was growing up, I really wanted to be Juliet from dog Canyon but when it comes to books I grew up with my parents reading the books and as leasing I would talk you about previously before we joined the discussion. It was in an era when there wasn't like young fancy children's books that you could read to kids. So you kind of got rid of adult books wage and I was read The Hobbit Wind in the Willows was red which courses very very lacking in women or female characters

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Debra Messing; AJCs Groundbreaking State of Antisemitism in America Report

People of the Pod

12:01 min | 5 months ago

Debra Messing; AJCs Groundbreaking State of Antisemitism in America Report

"Messing is probably best known for her role as Grace Adler on the long running Sitcom will and grace. She has starred in movies and even been the voice behind cartoons. But for the past several months, she has been one of the voices behind a podcast called the dissenters since May Deborah and her co host Donna Damiani have interviewed men and women who have made their. Mark Challenging the status quo but the penultimate episode that aired this month was particularly powerful Deborah and her co host invited Dr Edith Eba eager a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor to share her memories of the past and thoughts on present day politics and the future Deborah is here now to talk about that episode and her own experiences with anti-semitism Deborah. Welcome. Thank you so much. So tell us about this podcast, the dissenters what you're trying to accomplish with each episode and how your conversation with Dr Eager Fit that theme. The dissenters created as a response to the suffering that we saw around our country over the last few years, and also in response to the activists that have stepped forward and taken it upon themselves to try and make things better. My friend Montana Diani, she is the CO host. She was a religious refugee came to the country at six years old she and I have both been very active in activism reading these pieces about these extraordinary people from around the world doing extraordinary things, and we would send them to each other in order to sort of buoy each other when we. Would start to feel overwhelmed and it always sort of kept us moving forward and one day we just realized that as much as was uplifting us it would most likely uplift other people to hear about the works of these what we call accidental activists we wanted to ultimately inspire and empower people to recognize that you don't have to have a certain education. You don't have to have a certain following and social media in order to be an activist all you have to do is just recognize something feels wrong and take one step towards doing something touted doctor eager fit into this lineup. She is a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor. Who came face to face with Dr Mangala when she was a teenager at the camps, she lost her mom and dad and went through horrible torture and trauma, and came to America and created a family and. Got A PhD and has used her experience and trauma in order to help people coming home from war to heal from their trauma. She has written two books and she decided to become a healer. And we just felt like she did not have any idea what her life would be. Once she got out of the concentration camp. Yeah and she was able to look towards the future to have hope and ultimately choose to do something that would help others. How did you first discover Dr Eager Montana and I are just really really curious people. So we are constantly reading. We are watching Ted talks. It was a Ted talk of her that we saw and ultimately we felt given the fact that there is this surge of anti-semitism and racial strife in our country that it felt particularly timely and important to highlight her and her journey because in our research, we discovered that three quarters of millennials who are people who are in their mid thirties do not know what Auschwitz is such a stunning statistic and kind of unimaginable that we felt like, okay. This it's incumbent on us to have someone who was there and lived it to assert that it really did happen and to celebrate her as well. You mentioned the lack of knowledge about concentration camps AJC. Of course, just released its first report on the state of anti-semitism in. America. And found that more than half of Americans don't know the meaning of the word anti-semitism. Some haven't even heard the word before. With Charlottesville and. Is seemingly explosion of white nationalism and Antisemitism Nazis everywhere in juxtaposition to the second wave of civil rights protesting it's very interesting that people don't protest against anti-semitism people flood the streets, for racism. And when you look at Charlottesville, the Nazis were screaming about two groups about black people and Jews. And we really are the most natural allies in the world and it really was just something that I just sat with for a while about like why is it that people don't protest four us? You're Jewish grew up in a predominantly non Jewish environment. Did you experience anti-semitism growing up I? Did? Can you speak to that a little bit? Sure. I remember I was in second grade and we were lining up. To go to Jim and I got in line and a little boy me and said, get to the back of the line Kaik And I didn't know what the word meant the teacher overheard and immediately grabbed the boy and sent him down to the principal's office I. Remember everyone looking at me like I had done something wrong. And as much as I didn't understand what was happening I understood that it would have been better if I just stayed silent and I just wanted the board to come back and everybody to just be normal and stop looking at me and a couple of years later it was Halloween and my grandfather was visiting and we woke up and a swastika was painted on his car. In our driveway. And I recall my mother just standing at the front door looking at it and I felt her fear I felt endanger and I, remember no one said a word. Just, you know my mom said get in the house. And somehow the car disappeared. And we didn't talk about it. and. So it became very clear to me from a very young age that I was an other. That I was different from everybody the community and that difference wasn't good. And Somehow I had taken on a sense of shame about the fact that I was Jewish and I actually recall in highschool. My father was president of the Temple President of the Jewish Federation. My mother was Vice President of the Jewish Federation very, very, very active in the community. And we would stay home obviously for the High Holidays and I remember coming back in after the High Holidays and someone saying, why were you out and I said, oh, it was yom. Kippur and. He got really mad they were like. How come you get that off and you get Christmas off? Why don't we get off and after that encounter anytime I would stay home because of a Jewish holiday I would lie and say that I had been sick. Wow. I WANNA, go back to your conversation with Dr Eager and I'd like for you to share what your biggest takeaways were. It's so powerful because she speaks about will lasting that her mother said to her in the cattle car. That essentially reality is whatever you have in your mind and in your heart. And bad things pass trauma passes and her first night there. Joseph Mangla went into the barracks and made her dance and she loved opera and she said that she got through it because she imagined that she was on a stage and they were playing Makovsky Romeo and Juliet. And she said and I danced beautifully and I loved it. That's how I survived. For me what was really remarkable was hearing everything that she went through and the fact that she landed. was that she was grateful for all of the terror and trauma and pain that she had experienced. She felt that she literally calls them a gift. That is something that is so amped medical to the way at least. I think about someone who has survived the Holocaust it really was a full paradigm shift for me to hear how she got there and ultimately how she healed herself. Yeah. Well, certainly, the testimonies of the survivors are a gift to all of us in terms of preserving the memory and the lessons that we can take from their experiences. So thank you for giving Dr, eager another platform to share that story with another audience that needs to learn and learn the lessons of her experience. I will tell you one of the most moving parts for me was the separation from her mother when they got to Auschwitz and how the experience of children being separated from their parents at the border was a trigger for her honestly I can't do it justice. Let's listen to a clip. Van. Is Show children being separated that their border? I had terrible night mash. Remember him and my mother was. Towed to go this way, I followed my mother. And this guy told me that I'm GONNA see my mother very soon. She just GonNa take a shower and promptly I was on the other side which meant life. So you see mandating trigger today for the me The time and everything was taken from me. Why was it important to include that in the podcast? I. Think when we witnessed that kind of wrongdoing that is really a crime against humanity, it reminds us how fragile we are. That we don't learn from the past potentially and we have to be vigilant every day in making sure that what we are putting out into the world is modeling compassionate. Inclusion.

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Chicago area police sergeant charged with misconduct for allegedly illegally accessing video of drug arrest

WGN Programming

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago area police sergeant charged with misconduct for allegedly illegally accessing video of drug arrest

"That Juliet police Sergeant with two counts of felony official misconduct. 51 year old sergeant Hobby Risk Wait up of Plainfield was arrested today. He's out tonight on $5000 Bond. He's accused of illegally accessing than leaking to the public police video of a drug arrest involving a man who died hours later, his lawyer, former Will county State's attorney Jeff Tomczak, says his clients of whistleblower I think the worst message that's being sent out here today. To the front line Officers as if you happen to see Somebody being brutalized some policeman acting improperly in some form of misconduct. You better keep your mouth shut, because if you say something, you're comfort coming at you with a felony video of video rather appears to show two other officers trying to forcibly open the mouth of 37 year old Eric Laurie to see if he swallowed evidence. An autopsy later confirmed. Lori died from adjusting narcotics. 49 year old former

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Judge Amy Coney Barrett notes when she adopted daughter, says George Floyd video was personal for family

Ben Shapiro

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Judge Amy Coney Barrett notes when she adopted daughter, says George Floyd video was personal for family

"Money. Barry talking about her adoption of two Children from Haiti. When Jesse and I were engaged. We met another couple who had adopted in this instance It was a couple of it adopted a child with special needs, And then we also met. Another couple had adopted a few Children internationally, and we decided at that point, while we were engaged that at some point in the future. We wanted to do that ourselves on guess we had imagined initially that we would have whatever biological kids that we had decided. TTO have and then adopt at the end, But after we had our first daughter, Emma We thought. Well, why wait? Okay, well, that does not seem like an unsympathetic, terrible person to me, which is what Democrats would prefer to paint her as they're also prefer to paint her as a racist. It makes it kind of difficult and she's obviously not a racist. So here is a CB talking about the George Floyd video and watching it with her two black Children. I was there on my 17 year old daughter, Vivian, who's adopted from Haiti. All of this was erupting. It was very difficult for her way wept together. In my room, and then it was also difficult for my daughter, Juliet, whose 10 I had to try to explain some of this to them. I mean, my Children to this point in their lives had had the benefit of growing up in a cocoon where they have not yet experienced. Hatred or violence on DH for Vivian. You know, I understand that there would be a risk to her brother or the son. She might have one day of that kind of brutality. Has been an ongoing conversation. It's a difficult one for us like it is for Americans all over the country, and the other problem for them is it turns out that Amy Barrett does represent a lot of viewpoints from the middle of the country. She lives a lifestyle that many in the middle of the country can identify. The people on the coast sometimes have trouble identifying

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"Hi Matteo Persona here hosted the hey, house meditations podcast I. Hope you're ready for some real world earthly Feminine Wisdom on Today's episode. I'm in conversation with Julia as author witchery embraced the witch within and the soon to be published plant witchery, discover the sacred language wisdom and magic of two hundred plants. Juliet and start out by getting into what witchcraft and magic are at their core as practices that we can use right here right now, and we're not talking about Harry Potter's magic. WANDS or what we see in Sabrina or charmed. Doing the work with ourselves to heal our inner wounds. Juliette is very keen to reclaim the terms witch and Magic to reassert the meaning practices and how they can be vital tools in our own healing and the healing of the planet. She nine discuss how she incorporates plant medicine in her work today. In fact, her communication with the plant world has been her most vodka way of learning and healing of ourselves and others. Juliet talks about her Cuban and indigenous roots of plant medicine. And how it was her choice to become a witch. For Juliet Beano, which is a choice to embody your truth in all of its power and she talks about practices that lead towards discernment of that Truth and have been able to exude magic, and of course meditations. One of those practices meditation as Juliet reminds US really turns up the ball. On our magic. On our next podcast episode be on the lookout for self. Love. Juliet ds but for now, enjoy my conversation with Juliet DS..

"g. juliet" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And Juliet on Rodney. This is the real thing that it's upsetting to de Blasio, his lapdog German Shay and the guy who takes in the morning. That cops are issuing fewer summonses of all kinds. They wrote 1500 parking tickets last week, down 76%. Police issued for 1000 summonses for other motor vehicle violations, down 79% and they wrote just 279 summonses for minor criminal violations, down 86%. A year ahead of time. A $1,000,000,000 of ticketing is built into the New York City budget. They anticipate screwing taxpayers out of a $1,000,000,000 not just cops, but Sanitation, environmental protection. Anybody who's capable of writing and take it, they have a quota. That's what the most upset about that. Why? Why don't they just tell the truth? Every male lies about the quotas old is no quotas. Even Michael Body cheat. Rudy Giuliani lied about it. They all lied. You know, there's a quota system. So that's what's getting them all angry right to comes to writing less tickets, and you know what? The NYPD he they're out on their own. They're on their own now because I just got an email now the Yonkers Police department. The police commissioner, says that he does not want his cops. They're ceasing all law enforcement activity. Yonkers from coming into the city and Yonkers is right there. Mount. You know, Yonkers. I'm telling you, Youngers were obviously you know, right there is on the border of the Bronx. They assist the NYPD all the time they work hand in hand now. Younger says. Guess what? We're not crossing the border. I guarantee you, my Vernon will file all of the other outlying areas around the city. Westchester Police department has also come out commissioner saying that he does not want his cops. Going into the city anymore because of everything going on with deBlasio in these reform bills and Cuomo Remember the reform bills that the City Council passion de Blasio sign is an exact replica. Of the Cuomo bill that passed in the state legislature that has already resulted in the indictment of that police officer in his scuffle. With that, too emotionally disturbed person Remember in Rockaway when he's accused supporting a choke hold on him that was from the state law. Cuomo promoting inside. Let's go to John in New Jersey. Welcome to Curtis and Lydia Surana. He had WNBC Johnny, How you doing, guys? Ah John Miller, The deputy commissioner was on TV The other night. You said the New York City now if you get arrested with a loaded handgun. 40% of the people are released without bail. Except in Brooklyn, which has the highest shootings there. 80% of the people are released without bail for a loaded and good Yeah, well, you know, you have district attorneys who are pro black lives matter. Pro defunding the police. All of them. By the way, John, you know, they all have 24 hour armed and wipe the security details. Are you aware that John Yeah, I know that. All right. So you would think if the DHD will cut in these studies, Luce, and they are If they are into defunding the police because they feel the police have been so over the top. Why don't they set a good example and give up their police security details? You'd think that would be a nice gesture, John. They would, but they they ain't going to do it. Just like the schmuck putz. Chuck E Cheese. Schumer thatyou saw. Yeah, he had, like a whole crew with him when he wants to defund the police. He ain't giving up his secret service protective, But I mean, seriously, you had the guy Koran Campbell. He's accused of punching Monahan in the face. And he gave ah stitches to his Will His lieutenant. What did you have eight staples in his skull without Bill, Remember? They? They fractured his orbital bone, right? Which is what my guardian angel had. Remember when we were fighting off the looters. He had 46 stages. Busted his oracle bone busted his nose broke his nose. Didn't make any rush on that. He also had 12 stitches to his face, and I'm looking at this now he broke both of his orbital bones. So we will see And he was only being held on a $10,000 bail. And then now he was released without any bail. But I want you to Libya and the rest of you delicious. How compassionate How empathetic and how sympathetic Comrade de Blasio, who's always hated cops. Wass yesterday were actually today, right? No, no, that was yesterday at his press conference where he was crying tears of joy for his cops. Yeah, and secretly. You're right. He was joy. Sock it to of that. Get him. And then to hear Shay Kiss the Blasio's Takis. And the Moaner Moynahan always complaining, but always taking Ah, need to black lives matter, Tio hear them defend the mayor after the maid took the scalpel out in public. And emasculated them the UNIX. 73 degrees and partly cloudy. I'm Liz Warner and now what's trending on 77 W. A. B, C and w ABC radio dot com. Mayor De Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Shay are unveiling the city's end gun violence plan. Mayor also says New York City remains on track to interface for of the reopening process Monday, with certain modifications in place and the personal assistant of a tech CEO found dismembered earlier this week in lower Manhattan is reportedly in police custody on Wall Street. The Dow is.

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

03:26 min | 9 months ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"Once the social norm about gay marriage changed it emboldened supporters, and it prompted many dissenters to shrug their shoulders and accept a new normal. The same principle works all sorts of places. Take bullying for example. Betsy has found that norms player powerful role in encouraging bullying and discourage it I've been studying bullying in conflict as it plays out in Americans public schools, and what kept hitting me was that at some point certain types of conflict and prejudice become normal to the people who are living there. The central inside of this research is that people go along with the flow. Rather than their own beliefs. Betsy found the same Rwanda people who listened to Masseka. Weah began supporting into marriage even if they didn't personally think that into marriage was a good thing. It all comes back to this idea that what it means to be human is to belongs socially to a group, and so we're all trying to figure out the rules of those groups Betsy realized that one unintended way. The soap opera had a big effect was that people had listened together? The thought they were just listening to the show, but they were also taking in the reactions of friends and neighbors, when other people expressed dismay, as Rutta venire got in the way of the star-crossed lovers. That sent a message. My fellow Rwandans don't like people like would again era. After the year of testing was over betsy. Is Team gave each group a portable stereo and fourteen cassette tapes of the radio program? was extensively a reward for volunteering. With? What's actually part of the experiment to? Alter presenting the Stereo. Research, assistant suggested that the group could decide how best to share it. In the communities that had been listening to this reconciliation radio program. It was a little bit counterintuitive at first, but they fought more over their common resources that we gave them and the reason why that was exciting to us. Is that one of the messages of this radio program was? You should descend against authority. You should make your voice heard in the communities that had not been listening in a dedicated to these reconciliation soap operas, basically one person proposed we give it to the local authority. They will decide for us. Everyone said good and moved on. Among the Muslim group, the discussion was much more lively. Usually, someone would would make the same proposal. This is what is customary to do in Rwandan communities, but then someone would raise their hand and say. I don't know. The local authority hasn't been coming. The listen to all these shows with us. Should we sign it over to him? And maybe someone else would raise their hand and say I should give it to a woman. They are way more responsible than men, and there would be a healthy debate about that and. And then people would decide on on what to do. So I went back and I said look. We caused healthy debate. This is something.

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

Committed

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

Committed

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

"We still look at each other. Abby looks wants dangerous. I can't believe you married. I just give you one sentence that she says the most often to me. That's it and I do too. We look I can't believe we're married a secret part inside of my soul. That felt found that match but there was another part of me that felt like or feels like a fraud on some level. And like I've got to do this before she finds me totally out. I gotTA GET THIS LOCKED DOWN. You know so truly. I think like one of the most things that that the the biggest emotion I felt after our wedding was like relief that it was that dont dusted no take backs not no take backs and she still wants to be married to me. It feels like I've won some sort of lottery. You know it really does and it feels like. Have you figured anything out that you want? You WanNa leave me. No no every night. It's like a really good date but also like a girls night right. I mean we're like we get in bed with our ice cream and we never frigging stop talking because I mean same gender women marriages. It's just like it never stops. We start talking. I can talk to death abby. No we know it's just for for choosing count for that same are said to have sleepovers every night. Are Teenagers Challenge? Yes that's what we do. It's like a sleepover everything so far and I'm so grateful. Oh me too. I'm glad that you WANNA wake up with.

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

Committed

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

"Planning families is never. He's A and gone. Doesn't pretend what she did wasn't hard. Ashim Craig were adults and they acted like adults and every step of the way. They were completely committed to their kids. Creggan and abby actually started a relationship which was difficult in the beginning and Craig was really honest with her about his feelings all of it but they just friggin warrior together and like built a friendship and Craig was able to present to the kids. Actual love for abby which gave the kids permission to love. Abbie which was just greatest gift. Anybody may maybe has ever given me your love being able to cultivate relationships with quote unquote step children. We don't call them that we call them my bonus children. I mean they literally feel like they came from me and if you like craigslist to thank for part of back yes. He was smart enlarge part and also it wasn't just him welcoming me into the family. It was also him. Glennon raising these children to be kind of people that would welcome somebody like me into a family dynamic to create a better version to not Get so and this doesn't mean that divorces not devastating and it wasn't you know. I think it was devastating for them But I just I'm so grateful for both Glennon CRAG. They gave me the opportunity to have children of my own. And I wouldn't want it any different. I wouldn't want my own little baby like I have three children to take care of and that's quite enough. That's too much God. Many children untamed as a memoir. It's a memoir and it's a guide for how women can take the path less taken. It's about how Glennon Doyle listen to this. Little voice insider and chose to move on from her husband so that she could start a new life with the woman she loved and from the very beginning from almost the first day they met. Abby wanted her to write that story I knew early on in our relationship that I wanted her to write the shit out of this story. I knew that I didn't know how that would look. Or how would evolve one of the most beautiful parts of her writing? This love story is that though yes like some of the. The words are surrounded by this love story. It is all about the work of one woman on Taming her south and I think that that for me. I have done a lot of work in my life rejecting social norms. Clearly the way that address the job that I did for a long time I've been kind of fighting against a lot but I also have so much work to be done in terms of my own taming throughout my life and watching Glennon and seeing how dedicated she is to not just her craft but really her humanity and and the way that she's processing through her life like you've never met somebody who's more of a radical truth teller and when you're married to one it forces you to be more honest and truthful with yourself and with your partner which is so great for me because I have a tendency to like swallow swallow and swallow so for me to have her write this. It was it's beautiful. She's an amazing writer. She's my favorite writer but to see what this love has been able to do for her in terms of freeing herself. That has been what has been most epic about it..

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

Committed

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

Committed

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

"So you know the next bunch of months where all about connecting and friendship and realizing that we were stupidly in love. Glennon started to realize something she realized there was a life meant for her. That was true or than the one that she was living but in order to have it she was going to have to forge it for herself. She wrote an untamed. You will have to create on the outside what you're imagining on the inside. Only you can bring it forth and it'll cost you everything time for a quick break. We'll be right back Committed is brought to you. By rockies in these unusual times rockies hopes to brighten your day with beautiful sustainable products and content. Now I discovered Rossi's a couple of years ago and they quickly became one of my go-to shoe brands. See I need my clothes and my shoes too easy and comfortable because nothing else in my life is easy uncomfortable. I also want them to look good. Because I haven't given up haven't given up yet I'm still trying and love rockies for a lottery since I there super comfortable. They slip right on lake slippers but they're not slippers their shoes like actual shoes. You can wear outside and actual shoes that you can wear outside. That looked really good. They have zero break in period because of their seamlessly into design. You can look this up yourself. Rockies bestselling shoe. The point in black has over three thousand near perfect reviews. That is a lot of really good reviews. Route these come in an ever changing array of colors prince and patterns and they're available in a very wide range of styles. One editor recently called them. The most comfortable flatts I've ever owned plus Rossi's always come with free shipping and free returns another big bonus huge bonus for me. Robbie's are fully machine washable. Every time they need a little bit of a refresh you can simply toss them in the washing machine. Just go to rocky's dot com slash committed. That's Rossi's R. O. T. H. Y. S. dot com slash committed. It's where style and sustainability meet to create your very new favorites had to Ralphie's dot com slash committed today. Hey guys it's bobby bones host Bobby Jones show and I'm pretty much always sleep because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple hours later. I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show our allies we tell our stories we try to find as much good in the world if he possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music to wake up with a bunch of my friends. I Ninety eight point seven. W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. First and foremost Glennon is an incredible mother and it was always her kids that she was worried about. She was worried about what would happen to them if she got divorced if she left her husband Craig C. Like a lot of women that I know like myself from the moment that Glennon had her three babies she put their needs ahead of her own and then one day one day after she knew she was in love with Abby. She looked to her daughter. Thought I'm staying in this marriage for her but what I want this marriage for her and that's when she started to realize that are responsible. Mother doesn't stay and slowly die for her kids. That's when she knew she had to tell Craig she had to tell Craig that she was in love with happy. As soon as I really owned it for myself I decided okay. I actually don't know Craig the rest of my life. I don't know him the rest of my life. Actually don't buy that anymore. But I do owe him complete Aussie so the second that I knew I sat down and said here's the deal and told him everything and this was before we had even touched before we had even been in the same room before any of it. And because I knew I remember talking to My sister about when I was about to tell him and I knew that chances that abby and I would be together forever get married. Not Strong. Like didn't have the chances were good. Lolo low percentage but I knew that it was like when you find the thing. You can't pretend that the thing you have is thing anymore like I couldn't pretend anymore that this love that I had imagined wasn't real like I knew it would. It was real and so I knew that I had to leave my marriage regardless of whether this was going to work out or not. Glennon told Craig and he was quiet and then he said to her three years ago. You gave me more grace than I deserved. He was talking about his own infidelities he continued. Now I'm going to return it to you. I want you to be happy. They ended up telling their kids together once she told Craig Glennon felt like she could finally see Abby in person again after we had gone through having hard conversations with Craig I flew to Los Angeles because Abby was getting an award from. Espn this is like the end of her career. And I just felt like I really wanted to be there as the beginning so I flew to La and we had both blowing up our lives and we headed never been in the same room together alone. And I had I just remember like landing the landing on the plane and thinking I have never even kissed a girl before. Like what am I like? Whoa what's about to happen you know and I walked into the room. It was really great and I'll just leave it at that nerve wracking right meeting somebody for the first time for the like. You've professed love to this person. You know you want this person forever but you've never really been in physical contact so it's scary as hell. We were like the original. Love is blind now. I mean it's terrifying. It's like really scary because you're like what if this doesn't work. It's almost like an arranged marriage. We arranged ourselves and we find ourselves in this moment but luckily everything fed and everything was great and it was awesome. We were a match. I don't know I just. I'm so grateful that Glennon could find a way to open herself up to the possibility of true romantic. I Like I love like Love what is it When you see somebody for the first time Lineman let it say Yeah Lake. I'd always believed in it. I always knew she was out there. He's the CHEESIEST ROMANTIC. Her favorite movie is the notebook. Of course it is kidding. Everybody's every number. I'm telling you literally I find you dead. I will lay next to you and I will be on second. I know you will were Juliet and Juliet. I had never considered that. It will be with a woman. I think that's one of the reasons why I trusted it. So much is because I wanted abby and it was the first time that I had wanted anything beyond what I had been conditioned to what and I loved her and it was the first time I had ever loved anyone beyond the people had been expected to love. And that's why I trusted that it was completely and totally for me right because everybody else in my life was like no no no no no no and I was like Right perfect perfect but yeah I mean I think that. That's that experience with Abby. I mean we're we're given one version of family. That's supposed to be the perfect. Will I had the little perfect family? That looked perfect from the outside is the ideal nuclear family right and it didn't fit it all and now we have this family with two moms and died dads and you know their best friends good friends and like the kids are all over the place and it looks so different from the outside and it fits US perfectly Glennon and abby new from the very beginning that they wanted to get married that they needed to get married. We never we wanted to be married like we. We were obsessed with getting married. I think it's so funny because it's like so we're so like anti patriarchy in so anti liberated and all of these things and yet we were desperate to get married like. I don't think we couldn't handle. We couldn't breathe like you say lose legally bound to you. Yeah she just you always say you wanted it to official that. I couldn't move quit. Which is hilarious. Both of us were married before we makes no real sense. Yeah you just want it to be. You want it to be difficult as possible. I think the reason why I wanted to be married. So bad is not because I believe in institutions that created marriage for the most part I don't believe in institutions themselves or church or religion. Even I think that the you know God is God. And you don't need religion to tell you a goddess but when it comes to like this ritual and this right because we weren't and gay people have always been in had the opportunity to be married because that was like really an option on the table. Now I wanted to somehow normalize because homosexuality has not always been normal right like it's always been normal but it's never been it hasn't always been viewed as you'd is normal right right right and and I think that I wanted to make clear how serious this was like. If you had turned to me on that day in front of those librarians five minutes after we met and had been like will you marry me? I would have been like yes absolutely. There's some business take care of. Yeah it was Abbey. Who proposed. She did it after. She asked Lennon's parents for permission. She told them. I love your daughter and grandchildren like I've never loved before I've spent my entire life searching and preparing myself for them. I promise you that will love and protect them forever. Glennon's mothers response was abby. I've not seen my daughter this alive since she was.

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

Committed

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

"Many of you might already know Glennon Doyle story you might be reading our new book untamed right now. She's the best selling author activist and incredible speaker. Her Second Book Love. Warrior was celebrated by none other than Oprah. When I first read Glennon Doyle. Milton's Book Love Warriors. I felt like I knew this girl. She was funny and she was wise and she felt like a friend to me. Glennon spoke for so many people who don't feel brave enough to speak their own truth and after sitting down with her on super soul Sunday. I now call her. But here's what you need to know if you've never heard of Glennon. Before her first two memoirs whereabout overcoming addictions to food and booze about becoming a mother and about her rocky marriage to a man named Craig. She wrote a raw and honest account of finding out how Craig had numerous one night stands over the years and how ultimately they worked through it and that was the topic of Love Warrior. It was a marriage redemption story. The publication of that book is where we're going to begin. It was one of the most anticipated books of two thousand sixteen and had already presold tens of thousands of copies. She was promoting it at a librarian conference in Chicago. Abbey was there to talk about our own memoir about being a star on the United States. Soccer team you WANNA go first. Because I always good I was in the car ride on the way to the event and on the way there I was like briefly looking through all the authors are and like what kind of work they created to see. If there's anybody that I knew and there was nobody that I knew but stopped on Glennon's page when I was like. Oh like this is interesting at the time I was going through a really hard time in my previous marriage got arrested for Dui. And I was going through a divorce like the whole thing so her book ironically was this marriage redemption buck told through the eyes of a truth teller right there was a dinner for the authors before the conference was supposed to begin. Glennon got their first and she started making small talk now. She's an introvert. So small tug is her idea of hell but then this woman walked into the room. Glennon describes her like this. She had short hair platinum on the top shaved on the sides. She was wearing a long trench coat. A red scarf a warm half smile and a cool steel confidence just in my entire being said there. She is there she is in the moment. I thought these words were just like coming to me from on high like there. She is like I was having a Disney moment. But I think really I was just hearing from my real self for just like burst through and was undeniable so I stood up in the middle of the room and widely opened my arms as if expecting a hug. Okay and I still to this day. Do not understand what compelled me I had to. Actually I froze because everybody everybody's head stopped looking at Abbey and turn to look at me for someone who has never believed in romantic love to tell a story that I'm a part of that has to do with love at first sight right like if you would've told me that these words were coming out of my mouth. So I'm like a talking about so then after the words Rosen me there. She is tragically my body. Also rose all I saw. Was this woman at the other side of the room standing up so forced me to like walk around and like shake everybody's hands because she stood up. That was like the end of it. I had to get there if Queen Elizabeth had just walked into the room. This would be extra the way that I was reacting too much and is so I was never. She didn't know anything about abby. You weren't a big. I wasn't a big sports person no. Nps I had never been kissed a girl in my life. I had no no context for for the experience that I was having in that moment. In that moment I just I. I just kind of bowed because I did I. I was trying to pretend like maybe this is my normal greeting to people with the standing in bowing and then I sat down. And you know the wild thing is that book that I was releasing at the time. Level or your. I was at that event to release this book. It was an Oprah Book Club pick. It was being touted all over the world as an epic marriage redemption story right and it was about the infidelity of my husband. My first marriage trying to figure all of that and I had tied it up pretty neatly and nicely in that book and it felt much less tied up in neat in my body in my life right. Glennon asked if she could hug this mysterious stranger that she was insanely attracted to. She wanted to hug her because she thought maybe this could be only chance her only chance to touch her. She describes the way abby smell during that hugging her book and I love it. It was a smell that would eventually be coming home to her her cologne powder wool like a baby. And a woman and a man the whole world after this really great hug. They had to sit apart for the meal. I remember thinking. Why do I WANNA sit right next to her? This is bizarre. What is going on when it was time to walk into the actual conference the place where all the librarians were gathered? They ended up walking in together and then up onto the stage together. All I could do to not like just sit in your lap right. It'd be weird. Glennon is much smaller than I am but when we got up to speak. I've never been really a nervous public speaker. We were supposed to be speaking for thirteen minutes or eighteen minutes or something and I told my sister gave me a five minute heads up when it's five minutes left and then I'll start wrapping it up terribly long winded. I got through like five minutes. This thing trying to explain my book and I was so nervous to be on that stage speaking in front of her and I was like what the heck is happening so I was just like thank you and I ended my speech. It was eight minutes long and I just went and sat down and I was like. This is so weird. What just happened. And then she gets up and she just slaves like gun in his such a great public speaker. I used to be a good public speaker. Evidently in my mind and I laughed. I cried I learned and I like breathe for the first time in my life when she was up there speaking. Oh secretly in love with her and I guess the rest of this is kind of history. There's something weird that happened between me on the stage. We were on together that this woman. Who was her assistant? Came up to me after the show and the show to me her news Jordan and she started crying and she said. I don't know what's going on but I've never seen abby look like. She looks right now like when she's watching you and I just feel like she needs you in her life so I'm sorry. This is so weird but can I dislike be in touch with you and I was like yeah for sure and I think that when Jordan was watching me. Watch her. She could just see that. That was exactly what was going on inside of me. My soul was finally taking a breath and you know at the time I was really in a bad place I had just retired from soccer and that was concerning to my friends. I was knocking scared for you. I was in a weird moment of my life. And so she's like literally seeing me in Hell for the first time in literal months. That was it like as soon as we left that night I went back and I read the Book I love. The book. Love were minus the ending right. Sounds like oh? I don't like the way this ends sends with me. Not In the picture we left and she went back to Portland and I went back to Florida and we never were in the same room together again until we had both completely dismantled our lives. Glennon went home to Craig. Went back to chugging along in the marriage she'd saved but one that still didn't feel right. Her Book Love Warrior had ended with her renewing or vows on a sandy beach overlooking the Gulf of Mexico it was called Love Warrior because she warrior that marriage back from the brink but she couldn't stop thinking about Abbey Road Avi Letter and she thought maybe that was it. Maybe she'll write this letter. Send it off and nothing but then Abbey road back again and again. The letters just kept coming. Gordon describes those letters like blood transfusions like each one pump fresh life through our veins. I just knew like women just know that whatever I had experienced in that room with abby and he'll be grown to deepen during conversation and letters that we'd written to each other was the kind of love that I was actually looking for.

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

Committed

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

"I've never even kissed a girl before. Like what am I like wh what's about to happen? We became originally fast. Friends are secretly in love with her and I guess the rest of they say is kind of history. I just knew like women just know that whatever I had experienced in that room with abby and he'll be had grown to deepen during conversation and letters that we'd written to each other was the kind of love that I was actually looking for that I thought was fake. Glennon dial was still married to the father of her three children. When she met Abby Wambach she saw abbey across the room and felt something that can only be described as love first sight. Now glennon didn't think it was possible to be with abby to leave her husband to be with a woman to blow up the carefully curated life that she had been taught she was supposed to have but she did it anyway and it wasn't easy because life is an easier simple but it was possible. Clinton realized it was possible. That's when she began the live the truest and most beautiful version of her life. Abby looks at me one St Aengus. I can't. I can't believe you married. I just give you one sentence. Does she says the most often to me. That's it and I do too like. We can't believe we're married. I'm telling you literally I find you dead. I will lay next to you and I will be the second. I know. You Will Juliet and Juliet. I'm so grateful. I'm glad that you WANNA wake up with me. Yeah I'm Joe. Piazza this.

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

Committed

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Committed

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"g. juliet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"g. juliet" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"Well if you find yourself well too much to do trying to keep all the plates spinning. You're going to love today's interview. I'm incredibly honored to talk to one of my good friends Juliet Font. Juliet is one of the most interesting thought. Leaders in the world of business and honestly a world-class speaker. She's been called a warrior against the reactive. Business and an expert in strategies to reduce unnecessary work and streamline processes her organization. You're going to want to dig into it. It's called white space at work. And she provides amazing consulting and training for organizations and individuals who want to improve workplace efficiency and create healthy rhythms for their workers. And a fun fact for those of you. That are old enough to remember the television. Show candid camera. Well she's the daughter of Alan funt. Who hosted the show Juliet? It's amazing to a chance to interview you today. Welcome to the show leadership podcast. Thank you so much fun to be here. Well aiming I loved our time with you we got to know each other. I guess there's been a couple years ago at the Global Leadership Summit and you're talk One of the high points of the summits in so thank you for your contribution. Thank you thank you. I'm sorry I wasn't there this year with you. Was it a blast? We missed you. This year really was we had A. We had a great time and We've got we've got to get you back again. Yes well twenty one if not before. That's when I'M SLADE. Well last year. What people may not know is that they invited you. How what what was it like? Two days before as a fill-in thirty six. I mean you wrote a new talk and and crushed it thanks. Let's do this. Let's start out and I'd like to hear a little bit about your personal journey. And how you conceived of the White Space Concept. Can you tell us how you came up with this idea? Yeah it had an interesting mixture of origins. There was a little business and a little personal spiritual saw kind of give you all three recipe ingredients and tell you how they kind of blended together so the business context was that I was coaching a lot of executives who are busy and overloaded during this time which was about twelve thirteen years ago when really the white space term was coined and we would constantly talk about literally the white spaces on their day runner or their planner at the time because it was the white the presence of that white that actually became a precursor to the most efficient effective in creative days in their week and so that was kind of recipe ingredient. Number one was literally looking for white. On People's calendars another ingredient was kind of a spiritual part of my life when I getting a little bit more involved in my Judaic roots which had been very very secular when I was a child and I was keeping up fairly observant where I started reading authors. Who were talking about Saturday? And the Sabbath has being this castle and time and it was this period of the week where there was this unscheduled open beautiful fluid time. That had no assignment and that experience that visceral experience of having the sabbath or the. Shabas BE OFF. Duty became the first visceral component of white space. And then everything kind of came together. When I became a mom and I had these three boys none of whom ever slept ever and so I would lay with my children every single night while he would fall asleep and I had this forced what I would later. Come to understand was white space time when I be trapped in a dark bedroom doing nothing but holding. Somebody's hand and waiting for them to fall asleep. And suddenly I noticed that unlike any other experience that I'd had that my brain was lit with creative ideas and business solutions and introspection and strategy and I would dash out of that room every night looking for a pencil because the forced experience of having open time had unlocked. Something in me that I hadn't experienced before and so these different elements started coming together to build the idea that there needed to be a missing ingredient. Reinserted back into work into life. Which was this white space time which we define as a strategic pause taken between activities so it is any moment of time that has no assignment that can then be utilized for strategy or creativity or recuperation or introspection or all of the thoughtful activities. That we don't have time to do because we're busy deleting away in our inbox or rushing from task to task. So I love the phrase strategic pause between activities and I am like very personally excited about this interview because I just recently. Juliet hired and started working with a performance psychologist to kind of increase by productivity. Because my responsibilities have been kind of increasing at a rapid pace even faster than Faster than my ability to grow into it. So interestingly enough one of the very first place he started was recognizing. I didn't have much recovery time and so instead of trying to cram more in he's actually trying to create more space. Where there's where. I'm not doing things that will help me to be more productive. So sounds like you're part of it absolutely and any physical analogy probably plays well with you but any Olympia knows. The critical element of recovery is part of training or muscular building or improving skills in any sport and so they build in recovery time. But we don't tend to do that in work or with our minds or in our own stamina outside of the realm of prepping for the Olympics. But it's exactly the same and and I agree completely with your coach. Yes and the the reflection time matters and I wanted to look at the Y. This problem first and then kind of get into the how but I think probably everyone listening knows what it feels like to be overloaded with too much going on in our organizations. I WanNa Start Juliet with talking about why. This is such a big problem. Why do you think so? Many people feel helpless about overcoming. The business there's so many different reasons I just. My brain froze up with seven things. I wanted to say at the same time. But the so first of all people tend to have a personalization of the problem of business so deep down inside we all kind of feel like if we could just do something differently on an individual basis that we wouldn't feel this crushing sense of constant business and overload so we tend to have self blame sort of us into this mentality where we think if we could just find the right podcast if we could just find the right filing system there must be something about our will our discipline or something about us that is really uniquely dragging down but when we studied the phenomenon of professional overload. We actually found that there were twenty seven different things that made people overloaded and very few of them had a sense of individual responsibility. They were things. Like the season of an industry or the economy or the quarterly stockholders shareholders call in public companies. Things that had completely nothing to do with an individual failing in the Olympics of productivity. But that's how people perceive it Most corporations get overloaded for a number of different reasons corporations or organizations complexity is very very seductive and so we get more and more and more complex and the more complex we get the more systems and processes and meetings and metrics become dependent part of our life and complexity is kind of drawing US along but there are many reasons social. Conformity plays a big part which we could unpack. If you like the intrusions of technology we could probably spend the entire time talking about so. It's a stew of forces that are weighted against us at against us as individuals who simply want to find a way of working that feels sane and humane and meaningful. So I do want to dive into some of those things that you brought up and get real really practical and specific. I really WANNA highlight. Why this is a problem you You've done a lot of research in found some kind of alarming statistics. This one is haunting to me so my organization Julia. We have about seven hundred and fifty.

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"g. juliet" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"g. juliet" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Juliet seventy seven WABC we're gonna be talking about trump but having lunch with Rudy and saying words small bowl and Joe Biden saying I'm not throwing my son hunter on the bus he'll speak for himself tomorrow on Good Morning America so bizarre anyway let's go to Suzanne who's calling from Jersey city welcome the W. A. B. ceases then all you too hello I just wanted to say how embarrassed by and by trump because he is sleaze ball and a bank damper and ten thousand courage gave their lives to help us and we kissed bloom offered to make putting happy again makes me sick well it certainly it certainly does look like Putin is benefiting from this and ISIS is benefiting from this and Ron is benefiting from this so it does sort of make you wonder what's going on here big terrorist attack from ice is pretty soon well I mean I am probably likely not here in the United States but likely in Europe and apparently trump think that that's not a big problem well he is said that because the Turks did not abide by the conversation they had with him last Friday remember that was sure to one who claimed he was going to humanely remove the Kurds from the Terry is well how did you mean that the president would impose such death in destructive sanctions financial sanctions on Turkey that he would bankrupt them then my question is why didn't we break from Russia and go along with our allies France Germany and so forth in the National Security Council in condemning Turkey why did we not do that that is an excellent question that is yet to be answered let's go to Tom in New Jersey welcome the W. A. B. C. jets that yes Tom yeah they're tennis one one of one of things I want to say is they've been taken on front taken on trump and all that kind of stuff if you remember back when Obama called and ISIS the JV team in the first two years from now on they killed nineteen thousand people okay and there's going to be no good time for us to leave that area and unless you wanted to be there forever and that's what those wars and that hatred is all about over there it's forever you had to take the time to leave so you leave all that we should a had sanctions ready to go the second they broke the the promise what about your children and played Steve what about V. D. concern from generals and other experts who said we had no idea this was happening there was no policy there's no strategy it was just an announcement and the next thing you know we're talking we're we're pulling our troops out of there what about that that that doesn't seem rash impulsive and nonsensical listen there's no good time to pull them out no matter when you pulled now you could have done it a year from now same crap what happened you had ten thousand ISIS sympathizers in prisoners you think maybe we should move them to a safer location where we could kept them on the locking key then what we're seeing now a thousand of his skate and they'll probably be more that escape because you think the Kurds are gonna stand there guarding ISIS while the Turks of firing at them no I don't and I and I think that that's a problem that's going to be solved but it won't be so you it's gonna happen yeah but I see these attacks the west ISIS attacks the west our values so why would you let thousands of them escape when they were on the locking key if nothing more you would make sure that they will move to a place where that security of them could continue and why would you allow for the destabilization of an area that is what was right for a Ron and Russia to just get their paws all over once we pull out there was there were ways that we could have done this there was planning that could have happened and instead it was just this rushed impulsive volatile move anyway we will see if the president actually it means the musician his said treasury secretary actually imposes Hollywood what can we call it a destructive sanctions which will bankable literary Turkey I don't think so up next though the president did have lunch at his golf course with my vehicle by the teacher Rudy Giuliani gave him a thumbs up in terms of remaining as his personal attorney likewise Joe Biden with his family on Sunday gave a thumbs up to his son will make his first personal appearance tomorrow on Good Morning America and then now the guy that everybody loves the smack around ship was on TV saying well what a spectacular screw up maybe yeah maybe I did know about this whistle blower before I let on and by the way we may not need to whistle blower any longer because we have the transcript so you may never find out who the whistle blower is we may never have to call him a subpoena him well I mean but impeachment I have to say though that we do have the transcript we do have tax so why I mean I don't know but I pretty much lower you claimed you had a whistle blower produce them meantime let's get a news headlines.