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"gloria" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"A spirit of being energy of being that helps, and and you have to have people like that in your life, you have to be able I could just stay I. Just could hang out with you and. I would with your. Of being, you understand that we don't have to use words. People only listen to seven percent of what we say, so. It's like okay. It's everything else that we need to do, and so they can go to that same site. When they. When they signed into the thing, they'll have that available. They'll get a very steep discount at a minimum and some people will be getting it for free so. Oh, but? It's mentally tough. Women Dot Com for slash. Gloria ran and that'll be where they can go. Sign up, perfect and so awesome. You are very generous, and I so appreciate you on Yes i. I'm so glad that we met we I just. It's interesting. We just we just clicked and I love it when that happens when I meet people and there are certain people that you do, it's like you just you just know, and you resonate with right away, and there's others that can be a little bit more challenging, so that will be why they're going to need to come and take your course, so they can learn how to deal with those situations. When people you know, push your buttons. I have my my lovely daughter when when she was young used to push buttons and I finally. Another level of Talked on there, too, but the other thing I just wanted to say is imagine a life. See People. I called the synchronicity of life. Now we've netted. We met at exactly the moment. Ba, first time, and that you were there just like an angel over there when I was I was stressed at that conference, because of what happened to that young lady, and and then here and now as I said down. Down I e mail, you responded right back and I imagine a life..
Director Rod Lurie on 'The Outpost'
"The new movie the outpost. It was the most downloaded film of the weekend, and it's an immersive experience. It's about an outpost in Afghanistan at the base of this valley. If you're just joining us, it was sort of a bizarre placement of this base. But what happened was there was a Taliban insurgency of massive proportion and the director of the film Rob Gloria's is talking with us. This was a true incident. It was chronicled in a book by Jake Tapper, and then you brought it to the screen. Yeah. Jake Tapper released that best selling book in 2012. It was great. You know, when I When I first time out to do it, I called Jake up and, you know, he just wants to talk movies. So I want to do is talk about politics. So we sort of have to divvy it up every time that way. Have a conversation just because you mentioned politics I want tojust also know this is not a political film at all. I mean, really like there's no, no, it's not Pro War antiwar, pro GOP Anti GOP Pro Democrats. Cetera. There's none of that. No, it's about it's about. We really focus on the eight dudes of lost our lives and the two living member to living survivors. By definition, They're living survivors who received the Medal of Honor. One is Ty Carter, played by Caleb Landry, Jones and the other Is Scott Eastwood on DH. He plays staff Sergeant Clint Roma Shay and And that's really worried for what it really is A chronicle of what happened in the battle and sort of the events that led up to it. I would tell you more than anything else. And you know you've got Orlando Bloom and it also it's funny that one should you know, Should you give everybody best haircut and the you know basic Army. Whatever that, you know, Whatever you call it, you lose track. I guess I'm trying to say of any celebrity in it all. It's all very immersive. How did you know that was clearly a desire on your part, too? You know these battle sequences and just the feeling over time is that we're actually there at the outpost. Well, you know, the one of the things that I did mark is that I shot most of most of the film every scene in one long tape in the battle sequences, things on these long, I think really fluid takes And so you know, there's you don't think you're in a movie. I don't think you don't see cutaways. You don't see You know Scotty's would shooting his weapon and then cut a bad guy going down. It's you know, it's all in the long fluid. Um, uh, shots and as a result, I think that you're you're deeply embedded in every scene. At least that's what we were. That's what we're going for. Well, All the reviews were saying the exact same thing isn't very well reviewed film. But I have to ask you, though, from a filmmaker's pinpoint as you're doing that all in one continuous shot. You have all of these things got here got bullets everywhere and you got stuff blowing up and you've got, you know, guys running this way and other people running that way and people climbing over, you know, I mean, there's a lot to choreographing end in one of those things doesn't happen. You gotta retake it again. Oh, so like, you know, that's exactly right. So we've got special effects. I mean, you already laid it all out on the special effects the actress to get it right. And I remember there was this one really, really magnificent Take That we did, and kid Landry Jones, who zeal just hauling ass hundreds of yards, and we're following in the hallway with the, uh you know this one camera and the camera operators exhausted when it's all done, but everyone we nailed it and everybody's cheering and high fiving and tight. Carter. The actual Medal of Honor winner is there and he's hugging and crying, and you got it exactly right and then our military experts Guy named Jericho Dem and comes up and says, No, no, no, no, no, You've got it all wrong. No, no, It's a mess back guy that I was holding his weapon like that doesn't look like one explosion. Supposed to look like I said them. Come on, man. It's a movie was okay. Well, if you want every military guy in America and the world elastic find, Okay. Let it all up again and do it again, You know, And that is the thing you you have to be loyal to story and also to the look of the film as He said before the break. You know you are connected to the military sort of in your own personal history. And obviously a lot of military people looking on this movie. Well, well, you know we've gotten look, I wrote an article today in the deadline and what I said was, it's really difficult to know the metrics of success are But to me how the veterans have reacted to this has been like, unbelievable. And and you know what Marc, also how the families of fallen reacted to this. That was really freaking way. Show them this movie last October, we flew them in the moms and the dads and the brothers and the You know the wives and the kids, and we don't know what they're gonna say after work, you know? The actual soldiers that were there, looking at the worst day of their lives depicted on screen. And these families are looking at their loved ones dying on screen. You know, a couple of people afterwards and you know, I I didn't realize they swore so much. Ah, but there was really in the end, very gracious. And they hugged us and they loved us because you know they're They're boys. They're men and their sons there. They're going to be remembered forever now and You know, That's not something every soldier gets. So you know, I know it sounds corny, more But you know, having been a soldier that is really it was really, really important to all of us. I think it's happened. The capper was a wreck that night, and it's really interesting to watch it because that guy's such a cool cookie when he's interviewing generals and senators and governors and ripping them new ones, and you know who he is, But you know, on a night like this It was a flop Sweating. So was so was I, but it was It was pretty amazing night. I mean, you have to. You really are trying to honor the memory of people and you're trying to honor those who fought so valiantly and the movie, I think does that with, you know, without knowing the history as deeply as you do, Obviously, I just I was riveted by it, and I think it's powerful, both emotionally and in every other way. The movie is called the Outpost. Rod Lurie is the director. It's got Orlando Bloom's got Eastwood mentioned Caleb Lander Jones as well, but it really transcends any kind of one performance. I think it's really one of those films that I was blown away by. So congratulations. Really nice job, Rod. Thank you, Marc. I I really really appreciate appreciate it. it. Thank Thank you you for for Allowing Allowing me me on. on. I'm I'm very very proud proud to to be be on on with with you. you. Mark Mark Johnson Johnson tonight. tonight. Thank Thank you. you. Robert Robert Florey. Florey. Alright, Alright, Rod Rod Lord Lord movies movies the the outpost. outpost. Thanks, Rod.
Rare case of brain-destroying amoeba confirmed in Florida
"And yet another health scare in Florida officials confirming a case of a rare brain eating ameba. The case of night, Gloria Valerie was found in the Tampa area, but no other details were given. Infections of the single cell organism are rare, with only 37 reported in the Sunshine State since 1962. The amoeba is typically found in warm. Fresh water and infections are often
Trump heads to Mount Rushmore for divisive fireworks celebration
"Fourth of July this year as the cases of the Corona virus have surged around the country. Health officials air worrying that revelers eager to celebrate the holiday with others will create the perfect storm for the virus. To spread once again when when the the other other Americans Americans are are reevaluating reevaluating how how to to celebrate celebrate the the day, day, many many others others were were questioning questioning what what the the holiday holiday means means as as the the country country gravels. gravels. Now, Now, with with our our history history of of racism, brought to the fore by the summer's black lives, movement matters and Gloria Romero Is in Washington D. C. With a perspective on this different Fourth of July. It's a holiday that celebrates life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But on this July 4th, those ideals are being put to the test by the cove it 19 pandemic, With new cases rising and at least 36 states hospitals and some of the hardest hit areas are struggling to keep up right throughout the city and throughout the county are really becoming saturated. And at this pace if it doesn't stop, we are going to be in trouble, and health experts worry the holiday weekend could add fuel to the fire. We're setting records multiple records this week. For new cases. But I fear that this could in fact get worse. Despite the crisis, President Trump is celebrating at Mount Rushmore. The 7500 person event will not have social distancing, which experts say poses health risk for everyone, including the president, who of the four faces. Washington, Washington and Jefferson on Mount Rushmore got smallpox. No one is immune to a novel virus, which has never hit us before. The faces on Mount Rushmore, also a reminder of another issue. Americans are grappling with this Independence Day racism. There's no question that Washington and Jefferson and all of our leaders have disappointed us and what it means to be black in America, I think is fair, too sometimes question. Whether America loves African Americans as much as we love the recent course of human events, leading to an Independence Day for the history books at the White House. I'm not
US prosecutors spar with Prince Andrew in Epstein probe
"Trans Atlantic spat between US prosecutors and Britain's prince Andrew prince Andrew's lawyers insist he's made multiple offers to help the U. S. investigation into Jeffrey Epstein but attorney Gloria Allred who represents some of the late convicted pedophiles victims agrees with the prosecutors who insists he's done zilch my brain to step up and say here's a day here's a time here is the place what I will answer any and all questions from the department of justice pretender maintains he never saw anything improper during his many visits with
Prosecutors formally request to talk with Prince Andrew in Epstein investigation
"News as a trans Atlantic dispute this morning between prosecutors in the U. S. and Britain's prince Andrew prince Andrew's lawyers insist he's made multiple offers to help the U. S. investigation into Jeffrey Epstein but attorney Gloria Allred who represents some of the late convicted pedophiles victims agrees with the prosecutors who insists he's done zilch for him to step up and say here's the date here is John here is the place what I will answer any and all questions from the department of justice pretender maintains he never saw anything improper during his many visits with that state Vicki Barker CBS news
Police unions and Supreme Court shield Minneapolis cops
"I'm Anthony Davis? Long before the death of George Floyd last week, efforts to overhaul the way policing is done in Minneapolis repeatedly fizzled in the face of a powerful eight hundred member union that championed military style police tactics. The unions Labor contract with the city is a formidable roadblock to citizens seeking disciplinary action after aggressive encounters with police led by Lieutenant Bob Crawl the unions vocal and haunt charging president for five years. Offices rarely face sanctions. Analysis of Complaints Against Minneapolis police officers from the past eight years, shows that nine out of every ten accusations of misconduct were resolved without punishment or intervention aimed at changing in offices behavior. The Minneapolis Union contract is not unusual. Dozens of other contracts across the United States contain provisions that stymie efforts to hold cops accountable for violence and other alleged abuses, compounding the challenge citizen, seeking justice, a US legal doctrine called qualified immunity, an investigation last month found that the contempt created and reinforced in a series of US Supreme Court rulings increasingly shields from civil liability offices who are accused of using excessive force. You have immune police officers who are beyond punishment because of their union contract as well as constitutional law said Gloria Browne Marshall a professor at John. Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York. That combination leads to an arrogance of a police officer who can kill a man in broad daylight while being taped and believe he can get away with it. The Union contract and the qualified immunity doctrine play a role in bouldering. Some police officers to commit abuses. Legal scholars say, but they don't always provide a shielding cases that trigger criminal charges or unleash national media scrutiny in A. A letter to union members on Monday Federation President Crawl wrote that he was working with the unions Labor attorneys to get the offices accused of killing George Floyd reinstated. They were terminated without due process crawl wrote among the contract provisions that impede efforts to discipline. Abusive cops is one forbids the department from including allegations of misconduct in an officer's personal file unless the accusations result in discipline. Crawl has himself been the subject of ten misconduct complaint since two thousand thirteen. The records don't
Hundreds Of Prisoners Have Died In U.S. From Coronavirus
"People living in close quarters like nursing homes are particularly vulnerable to the crown of ours and that goes for prisoners to buy one count at least twenty five thousand inmates in American prisons have tested positive for the coronavirus with three hundred and seventy three deaths Jake Harper with side effects public media reports from Indiana at least seventeen Indiana prisoners have died so far during the pandemic the very first with Scotty Edwards he was seventy three years old serving time for attempted murder in two thousand one Edwards was at a prison called west Phil he thank you for ballpark about a week and a half an inmate named Josh told his mother in a recorded call that Edward started showing cope with symptoms in early April he has to be identified by his first name because he's afraid of retaliation from prison staff here's one over your medical travel time Medicare fail you're fine you can send them back to other inmates corroborated the story they said Edwards was short of breath dizzy and sweaty you can even make it to see medical staff on its own other prisoners pushed outwards in a wheelchair each time he was sent back to his dorm one very late accurate after land almost fell just said to inmates got Edwards to sit on a toilet an officer called the medical staff we are in the bathroom for about forty five minutes after they finally come out on oxygen and and make them you know five hours later you guys these personal accounts it contradicts the official story from the Indiana department of correction Edwards died on Monday April thirteenth the next day the department put out a release it read quote the offender a male over the age of seventy who did not have indications of illness reported experiencing chest pains and trouble breathing on Monday and quote the Westville inmates emphasized that Edwards didn't wait until that Monday to report his symptoms he complained to staff for days Dr Kristin dos is the chief medical officer for the department of correction she declined to explain the different accounts of his death we do not talk about the topic he says and patient clinical data advocates a vast Indiana governor Eric Holcomb to order early release for some inmates such as the old and sick governors in the nearby states of Ohio and Kentucky have ordered such releases but Holcomb has refused he says it's up to local judges to decide on a case by case basis in the meantime Dr das says Indiana prisons are taking steps to control the spread of the corona virus we moved quickly and yes we have separate bills were sick from the tech but according to accounts from numerous inmates that kind of quick isolation of sick prisoners doesn't always happen three inmates at a prison in Plainfield described another coded death one L. teeny died April nineteenth Cheney kept complaining he couldn't breathe according to a fellow prisoner who later told his girlfriend what happened over the phone he across we've been trying to get this you'll start your to send them the medical initiative back Tuesday another prisoner recalls that medical staff came to check on Cheney but left him in the dorm where he later died and it's bad prisoners say watching other inmates die like that is scary and they worry it'll keep happening before Scott Edwards got sick he shared his anxieties with the sister Gloria Sam he said I am afraid of this virus because we're close to gather any big comes out is spread like wildfire she says her brother stopped calling in early April which was unusual the day after he died she got a call from prison staff she thought they were gonna say Edwards was sick they sit here he attacked us at practice what do you mean testing that this is a symbol is one of the most hurtful things I've experienced in my life that was April fourteenth if he hadn't died Edwards would have been released from Westville prison on may
"C. Safeway or yes we can is a rallying cry for justice freedom and dignity that was born from the heart and mind of civil rights revolutionary. Dolores wet the chant of Si Se. Puede his been taken up by many movements. From Barack Obama's two thousand eight presidential campaign to the fight for climate justice to the continued struggle for workers rights to Spain's anti austerity campaigns of 2019. Martin Luther King Junior said that the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends towards justice we all know that it only bends towards justice because of individuals willing to put themselves on the front lines of the Civil Rights Struggle Laura Sweater who turned ninety on April tenth. Twenty twenty has never left the front lines. She's a force of nature that has transformed the lives of those who grow and harvest the food that sustains each of us creating the phone welcome movement with Cesar Chavez she is the mother of the modern labor movement also came up with the idea that consumers have the power to shape and push industries like great growers to improve farm worker conditions. She then that. Labor negotiations to memorialize will can benefit in the nation's first of their kind collective bargaining agreements. Deloris is a fearless and incredibly effective advocate legislation. She championed the landmark building nineteen sixty to allow people to take the California driver's examination in Spanish. And and she's never stopped last year. She helped enact leads to create California's Fund for safe and affordable drinking water Quetta who describes himself as a born again feminists consciously incorporated feminism into her fight for workers rights and push Gloria Steinem and the one thousand nine hundred sixty s to expand the feminist movement to include issues of race thereby helping make feminism and Movement for all women not just white women from the beginning. Dolores wet has also been an environmental champion fighting to protect workers from harmful pesticides sanding shoulder to shoulder with native Americans at Standing Rock and picking up litter after every rally she led. I Talk About a fiftieth anniversary with my hero and living legend Dolores Wetter Kelly. Working Fourteen hour days with Heff Foundation to make sure farmwork has have access to protective equipment food and benefits during this pandemic. And if you thought you knew everything about Delores also talk about why she loves burning man. Dolores where are you right now all right now? I'm in the belly of the beast. I'm in Bakersfield California Bakersfield and all of Kern county. You are going through really rough times right now. Dolores is a lot of people that have been laid off. I think it's over a thousand oil workers that have been laid off. One of the company is completely. Shut Down Lager. People EARN EMPLOYEES CIVILLY TRAGIC. But we know at the same time. And that's why we see that our air is a little cleaner a usually here in Kern county. We are women the worst areas of pollution for air pollution in the country. And we know that that air pollution really affects not only the physical health especially if the children but also the mental health of children. Here we have Not only to freeways that can make your highway ninety nine and highway five of but then we have all of the pollution that comes from the Agricultural Industry Caesar industrial growers that have not really converted their tractors They're so easy in a lot of diesel. It's a big struggle and when you try to bring to the attention they consider this to be an attack instead of thinking. Okay what do we have to do to make them more economically friendly jobs for people so these are the challenges that we have ahead of us as we try to convert all of the fossil fuel industries into industries. That are more friendly for everybody. So deloris in the late fifties and sixties when you have founding the farmworker movement and and really bringing those issues to the full when whether environmental issues like drinking water and air quality and pesticide runoff. How did those issues fest? Come to your attention right at the beginning at the very beginning you know. I grew up in Stockton California which is also like a cultural area. I was in a field in. I see this what I thought was fog rolling in but I thought how can you have fog in the summertime? Well it was a pesticide residue. That was rolling in. That was one of the first things that farmer who's complained about about the effects of Pesticides. And so we had so many cases of pesticide poisonings. Sometimes Terry crews like thirty. Forty people would been poisoned at the same time. How can this happen? Slow regard for the health farm workers so one of the first contracts that I signed a day. Employers tell exactly how many pesticides they were going to spray and where they were going to be spread out and then we passed legislation to make sure that the appeals are posted of when they sprayed some of these dangerous pesticides and then we work very very hard to get some of these dangerous pesticides restricted and banned forever and unfortunately a lot of pesticides we had because like Didi they were then shipped to Mexico to Latin American countries. And so here but we had all of these farmers could children that. Were being bored with these horrible deformities being born without arms without legs so horrific here you had children in Mexico and parts of Latin America. That were having exactly the same type of affection disabilities that were coming from pesticides
"gloria" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"Be be able to do what they're passionate about and make a great living at it too because you can you just made. You just don't know what you don't know is what is this situation. So welcome if someone wants to learn more about you and and some more budget programs and what is the way for people to connect with you know? I have one main website. That has a whole bunch of stuff on it so you could get lost there but you could also spend hours learning stuff too. Because I have a whole bunch of Resources page I have over a thousand videos on Youtube and little trainings into oriels. I have a lot of different products than books. Anywhere from seven dollars to twenty thousand so any price lines and open to talking to people to like. I'm happy to talk to you if you aren't sure where to go don't want to ask. I am the perfect person to talk to to help. Get you prioritized in focused so that you're not wasting money and time in the wrong place. So the website is jumpstart your marketing dot com jumpstart your marketing dot com. You'll find the book there to under products or you can go to love yourself. Successful DOT com. But that but everything goes to. The one page really doesn't have a my business. Well thank you so much. You have shared a lot of awesome information that I know is going to help people and now and in the future so I appreciate you being here with us today. Katrina thank you. Yeah everything we talked about as good after this silly thing is bound to well. Yes keep that in mind folks so If you are enjoying this podcast and you want to be able to make sure that you catch the next one as they come out. Make sure that you subscribe on the podcast. Channel of your choice Like I tunes and spotify and all of those and as well of subscribe to my Youtube Channel which is Gloria Rand Video. And until next time. I hope that you will all live fully love deeply and engage authentically.
Schumer calls on VA to explain use of unproven drug on vets
"The Senate's top Democrat is calling on the department of Veterans Affairs to explain why it allowed the use of an unproven drugs on veterans for the corona virus saying they may have been put at risk Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the VA recently ordered two hundred and eight thousand dollars worth of hydroxy chloride Quinn in bulk the malaria drive had been pushed by president trump but the FDA last month warned doctors against it for code nineteen outside of hospitals because of serious risk all right that's being used for clandestine covert nineteen drug testing Schumer another VAT groups want answers including about VA hospital data showing more deaths among patients given hydroxy Gloria Quinn versus standard care VA secretary Robert Wilkie in recent weeks has denied that bets were used as test subjects Julie Walker New York
"gloria" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"All right here is my conversation with my friend. Gloria Gloria Welcome. Finally I can't leave. His Day has com. Welcome to the happy hour. What's up I'm excited to finally be here. We got no drinks. But it's a happy hour. Alright I got coffee from this morning. That's way old. You know so the reason I say. Welcome welcome because we have tried to record with each other for humorous times forever and took over a year and it took a quarantine to get us to record. It took the lockdown for me to finally sit down it took. It took the lockdown down. That is so so true. I am so excited to have you on the happy hour so I asked you before we start recording. How does your last name? Because I've been stressed about it because I don't even have your lesson on phone. I don't ever say your last name. It's like if I don't say that I don't have to mess it up so when I said it to you. You said I did a good job with it but I remember specifically asking you. I remember when I was with you probably at the very first time I was with you. Which would have been at therefore gathering? Right yeah I ask you how to say your last name in. Am I making this up that you you remember? I remember okay so you hear story and then I remember specifically you telling me that you just found out how to say your last name okay. So it's true. I forgot already so all my life. I've been saying you.
Isabella Gomez's Experience When 'One Day at a Time' Got Canceled
"One day at a time deals with some really heavy topics that deals with immigration deals with consent deals with sexual orientation. How has being on the show impacted you? I am exponentially better person because of the show. I I think I grew up very annot where and very ignorant of the world you. I like switched cultures when I was ten. I was completely new to this country and then I lived in Florida so I was just unaware of a lot of stuff. I didn't even know that I was unaware. I didn't realize there were more to learn and then move to la which is super liberal and super hippy. Dippy and super whatever and I get on a show like one day at a time where we're talking about these things that I know nothing about and it's just made me so much more aware it's made me so much more empathetic. It's made me realize that I am not the center of the universe. Which for a long time growing up as an only child and especially as an immigrant where it like. You only have your core family you think. Oh everything's kind of about me and how I'm transitioning through this and then I realized that that couldn't be further from the truth and is just it's Tommy so much about artistry in humanity and how much talking about these things actually means to people. 'cause I also grew up. There's all the talk of a presentation but I am white passing and Columbia. Everything was dubbed into Spanish. And so I grew up thinking that Hannah Montana and wizards to waverly place. Where about people like me because those girls looked like me and they were speaking Spanish and so it's just made me so much more aware. We interviewed a Gloria Feltler. Wrong Kellet out for one of our way back in the day Love her such a powerhouse. What have you learned from working with her? That anything is possible and that anything is possible on. You can still be nice. She is a powerhouse and she is taking over Hollywood and she is so nice and she can I curse and she gives a shit man like she gives a shit about everything that she does and everybody that's involved in her projects. And I think that is so powerful and meaningful especially in. I feel like our culture is so much about productivity. And and how much can you do? And how much can you like? Churn out and do whatever it takes to be that way like. I feel like you're in a few years ago. There was such an emphasis of like you can sleep when you're dead in like Hustle Hustle and you don't have to be nice if you just have to get it done and Gloria as the penny me of you can rest in have a balanced life and of course she still struggles with that but you can have a balanced life and be nice end still rise to the top. I think that is such a good lesson to learn this early on one day at a time originally on netflix loyal following dedicated following very vocal on social media and never more vocal than when. Netflix canceled the show. Where were you when you find out that they weren't going to pick it up for another season? I was in Vancouver and Mike and Gloria called me on the back and it's both of them and they don't. They're not screaming so I can tell something's wrong and Gloria says. Hey they're not picking our little show up and I felt like I get teary eyed. Just thinking about it. I felt my soul like unhinged like I just immediately started sobbing. It was really really rough and then I remember getting to the hotel room and calling my parents and crying in such a manner that they were like who died. Don't like what's happening. And it was like Monty family died and they were like you've been in this industry for fifteen years. You know this happens get it together and then when it got picked up again. I had been texting Mike and Gloria for a couple of days because I could feel it in the air that something was shifting and I remember Mike had told me will know by tomorrow and then I got on a flight to Spain so all of the time things were different and I had been on this flight for freaking like twelve hours whatever long and I got off on immigration and my parents had come with name and I opened my texts and I it was something like at Glory on Mike and Gloria said. Gomez you there and Gloria said Mike Gomez. They're glorious Ed. It's done we're doing the show or something like that and I didn't know how to handle myself I. I'm in an immigration. And he didn't I one of the trouble of my parents at the same time so I just like squealed to myself. I text my boyfriend at the time. It was like frigging like one. Am here to am here. And like I woke him up and he's like what's happening here okay and I was like shop. We got the show back and he was like. Oh my God and then I got to go the next day to a convention and I had a QNA schedule or a panel so there was what felt like millions of people in this frigging audience. And I got to tell them and we all got to just scream and cry together and it was just the most surreal. Couldn't make it up. Should be in a movie kind of moment. I've ever
"gloria" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"Bringing in. What is it that what is the decades to Stop Ryan? My favorite things is to talk about is how we have the sophisticated sabotage sophisticated. It's not just your regular run of the mill beer failure like do you like we create choices between our hearts desire and going back to school. Yeah our hearts desire. You know. They're both know would catch it. Yeah that's true. Yeah I think I've been guilty of that in the past the building that community so that you have not just me but you have other people who are in that space holding the space runing for your dessert. Ruining for your desire to be Helping you in terms of that con- ability right so when we get into those spots having someone to say okay it says you know I just noticed just wondering if I can show share my observation someone who thrives on community. That's what I would I would recommend and then there are some who who they want one on one. You're like I don't WANNA share. And so I work with them privately. And so we'll have sessions and same thing. It's the same work it's just in terms of how they want to get the work in my private clients. I actually invite them to the group so they have access to both. That's awesome. I'm so glad we got to chat today because like I've learned so much more about you than I never knew before which has been awesome and You know and now the world does too so How can someone connect with you What is the best way for people to to reach you? Is it Website social media. What's the best way so All of the above those guys and it depends on if people are on social media that on facebook might named I Zena and I also I have landed the own. Your power now dot com. I had made so It's just a simple contact form. Go out the contact form and And then we'll get in contact in that way and and then taste. Well thank you so much for joining me today. I really appreciate you taking time to talk with US and Share some great advice for folks out there so Yeah if you've got value out of the This conversation today and you want to hear more. I encourage you as always to subscribe to the podcast wherever you hear it or see it on Youtube. If you're watching there and you can subscribe to my channel. Gloria ran video and also if you would care to leave us a rating and review. That would be wonderful as well because I would love to see how I can serve you even better. If you have any suggestions I'd love to hear that as well. That'd be awesome so Geremek's time I encourage you all to live fully love deeply and engage authentically one more thing before you go as a valued listener of the live loving gauge podcast. I WanNa help you shine your light in the world. Not Only Y. You're listening to the show but all day every day of the week. That's why I created the would. Love engage virtual awakening community on facebook. It's a place for you to gather with other business professionals and entrepreneurs who are committed to living the life of their dreams. If you WANNA be a part of this candidate hand receive free trainings from me. Go to live love. Engaged DOT COM and request to join that's L. I V. E. Neat Manji. Agp DOT COM..
Saints of Spain; David Suchet Footsteps of St. Paul; Michelangelo In Florence
"Whether you're looking at Michelangelo's magnificent statue of David or you get caught up in a ruckus crowd at a street festival in Spain or even if you just listen to the wind whisper. What life was once like among the sun bleached ruins of the Mediterranean? Your travels can lift your spirit in many ways. Hi I'm Rick Steves in just a bit. We'll take a closer look at the world. Michelangelo lived in influence. Five hundred years ago and actor. David Suchet tells us how he retraced the route that Saint Paul traveled through the eastern Roman Empire. Nearly two thousand years ago. Let's start the hour with a look at how people in Spain honor the lives of important figures from their past. There are actually hundreds of national and regional saints in Spain. And you'll find that many of them get a festival that brings their communities out into the streets to celebrate to explain the role of Saint in the culture of Spain. We're joined now by tour guides or hate Roman from Madrid and Francisco Gloria from pump. Lona or Hey in Francisco. Happy Easter Thank. You thank you so. Spain is a Catholic country in in the church is a huge part of the political and spiritual past. To what extent is the Catholic Church? Still a big part of Spanish society. Today it is. I mean now. The government that we have now is very conservative and they relates a political issues with the church. Not Everybody is happy about that but still part of it and also the most of the celebrations in Spain national holidays. They advocated saints. Lady's name names. I think a lot how. How does the naming of children work compared to the Catholic faith? I mean you're or hey your Cisco do they have any with your parents. Passion for Saints a Whole Mike. As many Ms Francis Xavier because your middle name is executive because for some frantic savior was born in my town so and he was the first Jesuit Right. He was one of the founders of Jesuits Yep okay main signatures which is a very common name. Ignatius and Francisco Xavier. That's a common name where you come from pump loan and actually my name is the ACLU into English degeorge and is the only saint in the Catholic Church actually wasn't a saint also warrior that killed the Dragon Saint George killing the Dragon. Yeah it wasn't saying actually but so there are a lot of festivals when you travel in and almost all of them seem to be related to the church. Talk about a couple of the the great festivals in the Saints Days. That are important in your life in your travels Francisco I am from component the running of the Bulls on what we celebrate. The death of Seinfeld mean so. It's like huge huge celebration. That week starts July six hundred ends July fourteenth saint for me and I. You wouldn't even know who saint for me unless you went to. The running of the Bulls and pump. Lana developed comes from employees. They don't even know who he is attacked because everybody wears the red Kerchief around their neck and when people go to the running of the Bulls they wear this red neckerchiefs symbolism planet. We are under two hundred thousand people. I didn't know we. We welcome one million people and everybody's wearing white unread and nobody knows why like. Excuse me you do get excuse me. I'M A tour guide. I want to explain to you why. You're wearing this red handkerchief. That was the first person that was baptized employees and they cut his head for the recent. So what we represent the white outfit Represents Holiness and the Redmond nights the blood coming out of his neck so he was an early Christian. Pump Loner who was beheaded. Yes he was. We hit it. We say that he was beheaded any Pamplona although history tells us that he was beheaded in France. But Hey ho hey. From Madrid what festivals would impact a traveler when that we should know about quite Madrid? Not Maniacs you say but there is one very close which is Toledo the Corpus Christi is the big the there in Corpus Christi in Toledo is and that's the the corporate the body the body of Christ that's correct. Yeah and that's the Big Day in Toledo and they do bring some things to parade around. And he's part of a could be the equivalent of the beaches. Pelton SPAIN LIKELY. You have here states them. They're very conservative in there. That's interesting because in the United States We've got a region called the Bible Belt in Spain. Is there a region that would be the Bible belt get could be the political? Be One of them if you go around. Let's say like half Mouche from Madrid to the West from Madrid to the West Toledo Arbella. Salunke that part of your Browning what do you? What is your image of being? We'll have to think that we had the Muslim heritage Muslim heritage started to come down of it from the north down. Thanks Community Santos on James. Drake has just for the historic context. The Muslims came in and took over Spain and Portugal in from the eighth century until fourteen. Ninety two a good part of Spain was ruled by Muslim overlords. And then for centuries there was the RECON keystone reconquering has finally fourteen ninety two. The last Muslim was pushed out of Granada and back into Africa. What I make the difference that the Community Santiago okay. The origin was by the coast and it was the beginning of the Spanish reconquista. So this is the Camino Santiago. This is the big pilgrimage trail that cuts across from France all the way across north Spain the major city in the north west of Spain Santiago de Compostela. They'll go and How what's the historical roots for this pilgrimage? Because thousands and thousands of people make this high out there still do it people at the beginning they did it by the coast so those kingdoms those ancient kingdoms there the realize that whatever was going there were no Muslims so th would they decided to push it south and south and south and south until the Camino we know today so I am from the north in the north we barely have any Muslim heritage. We were more Christine. Must time before. But if you go down to under Lucia there you find. Churches generally built upon a mosque. Correct and mosque was built upon a church than they destroyed. If you go to civilian you see them at Nickerson Tarver. A Cathedral Tower actually was the minaret of the old mosque. So there's this layering of history. And what's very poignant to me? Is We hear about people. Being beheaded today in this struggle of fanatic Islam and Christians and so on but if you go to a church in southern Spain it's very common to see a man on a horse with a big sword cutting off the heads of Muslims and at the feet of the Horse. There's six or eight heads of beheaded Muslims as correct. Lose this man that is son James. The son teams we're representing three ways bishop as more slayer the more slayer so his. His nickname was saint. James the slater the more killer. Well enter the Moore's for the Muslims. Yeah most of our lives and today's politically incorrect. So we're beginning to cover those heads on the floor seriously. Some of those old statues and paintings are getting with put flowers well enough so you hide them so you hide you see a guy on a white horse with a sore but every time a Christian is just so disgusted by a Muslim fanatic. That cut off one of his people's heads we've got to remember. This is nothing new in history Spanish. I consider myself Catholic. We've been the worst ever I mean. We've inquisition the request. We have expelled. The Jews I mean with excuse of religion with Don's much bad. The inquisition is Sort of gift of Spain to the rest of Europe. What gave yeah. I poisoned gift. Would you describe the The inquisition you see the palace don't you out l. escorial that's right correct. What is the inquisition? Mean to to church history It's a sad episode. I mean this might personal opinion. Very site I mean also gave us practical thing. But it's a very very sad history. Every time I talk to them to my travelers about inquisition unites ties with Catholic moral and they kept going on.
"Is that what you see is not always finished product. I think when we look at people like cakes or you know even Disney while Disney right. I mean I just came from Disney area. This weekend I was in an amazing festival and I think one of the things that we often. I know I've done before I see people and I look at them and I compare myself to them and in the past I would say oh. Why do they have this you? Why do they have that or what am I doing wrong? I don't have what they have right. And what I've learned through my own experience and through my process is that each one of us is really unique and special and we come in the Senate gifts and those gifts. Nobody can take away and nobody can do them the way we can and you know. I feel very fortunate that my gift is I. Have you know I think all of us do I have? I have multiple several Maybe many and I think one of them is to see the light in people and it makes my life a little hard. Sometimes because I see the brilliant people I see the goodness at sometimes. I don't get that But the beauty is is is in the light and I think we're all very very magnificent and and we all have limitations and so I look. I guess I would like people to know that I believe. We all have brilliant. We all have light and for those that may have harmed. Even I've harm them or they harm me you know everything is about perspective and Yeah and I really feel like we're all here to shine. That's something I would let people to know. Is that the belief that I have that? We're all here to shine and support each other. Yeah definitely well I believe that too and support you with that Because that's definitely yeah. We are yeah. We are all because I believe enemy that we are all created in God's image and so that makes us a divinely unique as well and so yeah and it's our duty to shine because we need more people shining in this world anyway and maybe if enough of shine light and it'll help those who maybe don't feel like they can shy. Maybe it'll give them some encouragement to do so we sat. That's that's my. That's my intention. Anyway I hope so If someone wants to get a hold of you learn more about you. What would be the best way for them? Stupid shorter than a couple of days. That easiest is actually taxed. The Word Yoga six four six zero zero six four zero zero and I do have a free gift on their Where I really do get Kinda deep into my story and quite vulnerable I share some of the parts of my journey. Then how come out on the other side this light love and so that's basically get my free gift and then I do have a course that I'm rolling out here shortly. It's a three month program and I'm very excited about that so I look for sharing with anyone. That might might be curious about it or very good well in case you are listening to this and you are your car or something. You're like there's no way you're gonNA write that down. I will include in the show net. So don't worry about it you'll be able to get later so You know just You can go get it from. You're listening on itunes or you can go to my website. Which is Gloria ran? D- are indeed dot com as well so Let's see I think any last words before we close up for today anything else. Any other words of wisdom like to pass along just for people to be happy. That's really mission is helping people see their brilliant and live from the place authenticity like you do and really you know finding that inner peace. It's not always a straight line. No no that. It's not a straight line but it is there for all of us and it's something that I'm really passionate and I'm speaking about Outta she. Inner Peace and I have a three step process that I'm working on Rolling out in the next couple of weeks. So if anyone would like to be part of that journey And Delighted and honored to have them and I'm so happy to be here. Gloria Grace thank you for your time. Well thank you for. Thank you for being here. I appreciate it and Those of you listening or watching on Youtube make sure that you subscribe and so that you can find out about our next episodes and at least review would be awesome as well and until next time. I as always encourage you to live fully. Love deeply and engage authentically. One more thing before you go as a valued listener of the live love engage. Podcast I WANNA help you shine your light in the world. Not only while you're listening to the show but all day every day of the week that's why I created the would love engaged spiritual awakening community on facebook. It's a place for you to gather with other business professionals and entrepreneurs who are committed to living the life of their drains. If you WANNA be a part of this candidate hand receive free trainings from you. Go to live. Love engage dot com and request to join. That's ally V. E. L. O. Beaten Newton Angie AG DOT COM.
"gloria" Discussed on Medical Mysteries
"Of medical afflictions that some people may find disturbing. We advise caution for listeners. Under thirteen the ambulance sped down the streets of Riverside California. It was nineteen ninety four just five days after Valentine's Day and thirty-one-year-old. Gloria Ramirez was on the brink of death six weeks ago. She was diagnosed with cervical chancer earlier that evening. Her Boyfriend Johnny called nine one one when he noticed that she was having trouble. Breathing when responders arrived around eight PM. Glorious heart was racing. Her blood pressure was in free fall and her breathing was shallow and fast inside the ambulance. Paramedics gave her oxygen in an IV. But nothing seemed to help her condition. She was incoherent unresponsive. Around eight. Fifteen. Gloria was rushed inside Riverside General Hospital where a team of nurses and doctors waited. They took her straight into trauma room one and got started. She was given valium and Ativan to sedate her followed by retire. Liam to get her heart's rhythm under control. It didn't work. Her readings were more in line with someone in their sixties. Not a thirty one year old. Not even one with cervical cancer. They took a blood sample to get a better understanding of what was happening but when they drew glorious blood they were shocked by what they saw inside the syringe. Small Beige crystals started to form. When our bodies fail we trust doctors to diagnose the problem but medicine isn't always an exact science sometimes. It's a guessing game with life or death stakes. This is medical mysteries apart. Cast original. I'm molly and I'm Richard. Every Tuesday will look at the strangest real life medical cases in history and the experts who raced against the clock to solve them. We'll analyze all the evidence and try to find an answer. You can find episodes of medical mysteries and all other park asked originals for free on spotify over ever. You listen to podcasts to stream medical mysteries for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type medical mysteries in the search bar at par cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You'll allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram? At podcast and twitter at podcast network today were covering the nineteen ninety. Four death of Gloria Ramirez a thirty one year old mother of two who had been diagnosed with cervical cancer after being rushed to the hospital for what appeared to be a heart attack. Nearly two dozen hospital staff members who came in contact with Ramirez became violently ill which led some to wonder was Gloria Ramirez. The world's first toxic woman.
"Empire who felt maybe I think it will be that. It's it will be the next house. Yeah well you know baby steps to say what? Are you going to publish your book right? Yeah I'm working on. I am still working on that. So yeah I'm going to be in contact and See what we can do with that. So oh I forgot to say bet. You also have a website okay which is Www dot p. p. p. dash publishing DOT COM. Okay awesome. Well I will and for those of you listening if you're like in the car or something and you're like I can't write this down. Don't worry about it. It's in the show notes so if you go to my website Gloria Rand Dot com. You'll find information as well as I believe on. I tunes on second is uploaded. It will be there as well answer. Go have all that information. Which reminds me if you are not subscribe to the podcast yet Encourage you to do so whatever platform you are listening to because we are on just about all of them. She's wonderful And please leave us a review as well and I think that's going to do it for a episode. So thank you again. Candy for being here. Thank you Gloria so much. I appreciate you my pleasure and to all of you out there. I encourage you to find a way to trust your intuition and let a spirit guide you to live fully love deeply and engage authentically one more thing before you go as a valued listener of the live. Love engage. Podcast. I WanNa help shine your light in the world. Not only while you're listening to the show but all day every day of the week that's why I created the would love engage spiritual awakening community on facebook. It's a place for you to gather with other business professionals and entrepreneurs who are committed to living the life of their dreams. If you WANNA be a part of this candidate hand free trainings from me. Go to live love. Engaged DOT COM and request to join. That's ally B. E. L. O. V. E. N. G. AG DOT COM..
Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges, DA Says
"Here in New York Manhattan dredges sentenced former Hollywood producer and convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein to twenty three years in prison in a landmark ruling. The metoo movement after his sentencing Weinstein was taken under armed guard. And bus from the Manhattan courthouse to rikers island jail. He was later transferred to Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital. After complaining of Chest Pains Weinstein was found guilty last month of raping an aspiring actress. Jessica man in a hotel room in two thousand thirteen and if sexually assaulting production Assistant Mimi Halley at his apartment in two thousand six by forcibly performing oral sex on her attorney. Gloria allred read from Haley's victim's impact statement outside the court just after Weinstein sentencing. I have observed an indifference a lack of remorse. A lack of acknowledgment a lack of awareness and self awareness by the defendant throughout this process. That has made me feel anger. That has left me concern that. He is completely disconnected from the gravity of the crime that he committed against me and the impact. It's had I can only hope that whatever sentence the court sees fit is long enough for Harvey Weinstein to acknowledge what he's done and to be truly. Sorry Actress Mira Sorvino Tweeden response. I literally criterias of amazement. Gratitude that the justice system has worked on behalf of all of his victims today unquote meanwhile prosecutors in Los Angeles are working to extradite Weinstein to face further charges of rape and sexual assaults in California
Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges
"Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to New York to twenty three years in prison for sexually assaulting two women he faces additional charges in Los Angeles prosecutors in LA are wasting no time to bring wind Steen here to face more charges attorney Gloria Allred represents Weinstein victims I was in the New York courtroom when he was sentenced to a new day it's a new day for women to know that if you have courage there will be consequences for the predators to purchase Allred who represents one of the accusers in LA tells KNX she's looking forward to her client getting justice I'm hoping that extradition will take place as soon as possible and it doesn't appear to me that Mr one thirteen would have any good reason or argument to present to oppose extradition the sixty seven year old wine Steen could be looking at an additional twenty eight years if convicted on the rape charges in LA Karen Adams can extend seventy
Weinstein sentenced to 23 years for sexual assaults
"Dr movie mogul Anthony Harvey Fauci Weinstein with the has national been sentenced institutes to twenty of health three was asked years if in prison the worst for rape is yet and sexual to come assault yes it marches is are community a letter with spread the latest of the corona virus Weinstein is one lawyer of done the reasons over to know says how to stop the deck it was contain stacked against the influx her clients from the beginning of I'm people not who here are to infected say that he's coming a victim from the outside and I'm not here to say and poor the ability Harvey to contain what I am here and to mitigate say is we are looking within for fairness our own country and we didn't Republicans get Weinstein like Tennessee's told the court mark he was green totally says confused president because trump has he believed been ahead all sexual of this fifty contact three was days consensual before American lost attorney a Gloria single life Allred to covert who represents nineteen one the of administration the two women who was accused already Weinstein working diligently of assault so she will spell to it out prepare for him our country if you Massachusetts are a Democrat sexual Stephen predator Lynch and says you the president are confused has been throwing all out you have misleading to do is remember statements this we need a unity of purpose twenty but we are not plus going to get three that years when the president is telling people that the cases of coronavirus a going down not up they doubled yesterday in my district and Donahue Washington
Movie mogul Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison: reports
"Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sends to twenty three years in prison for rape and sexual assault he must also register as a sex offender the sixty seven year old faced up to twenty nine years behind bars his lawyers had requested the minimum of five years in prison citing his frail health attorney Gloria Allred represents some of Weinstein's accusers she addressed reporters outside of the Manhattan courthouse after winds dean sentence was announced this is a new day it's a new day for women to know that if you have courage there will be consequences predators
What we want to see from 2K Games’ new NFL game in 2021
"The NFL may finally be willing to open things up to some competition after more than fifteen years of exclusivity especially if by that point. Two K has demonstrated the same kind of talent for football that it applied in bringing its basketball series to the apex of Sports Gaming. Lot of words there. There is big news though. This is finally happening yeah. Nfl Yeah Yeah play with NFL BUT NFL. Player's stats normal. If you ever. I know a lot of football games when you do your SC- nfl logo and then the NFL Players Association. Yeah exactly but so. What does that actually mean? What do you think that this resulted because it jesuits like games? Yeah exactly yeah totally but cool but like I feel like that's not anything that's really going to move the needle like the people that are the miss. Nfl Touquet aren't going to be like well. This is this is what I'm looking for. Sure and I think even while doing wrong it's great reporting from cement and giving you context this moreover e as existing deals they expect to expire in twenty twenty one. Nfl Season Right. Yes it does I have. I don't see what future in two thousand twenty one early. Twenty twenty two right. We're looking at where the NFL's like alright. Yay You've done enough time to open this up and we're going to get out of this agreement like Madden makes money hand over fist right. Why would they want to rock that boat? Why would they want to do anything to that extent? It is interesting to see it all shake out of the last twenty years where we're now at a place where We've been at a place where. Ea hasn't football and to K has basketball clear in some ways forced the best entries in their respective sports. I feel like this is the type of thing that isn't going to result in anything worthwhile. Yeah eating is just going to end up with Arcade Games. They don't care about that. Which like a playground was cool. I played it for a bit but like it wasn't. Nba St John. It's just one of those things where it Kinda just feels like a a lesser than experience. And that sucks. I don't want that to be the case but in my experience it has been And people love those games. But I'm not one of them. Sure hands I feel like Arcadi. Sports Games is something I like. I don't care about what players are in it like it to me just more fun about like. Oh just make the game fun and sure having the teams and stuff is like nifty. I guess I duNno was interesting about it is. It's been fifteen years and so I think this is a story that gets us as old people going right. I remember what a big deal it was when he got the rights. I remember how good the two K. Games were and how much my friends loved him and how Bullish Two K. Was about it where they what they were selling. And I'm GonNa Kinda funny dot com slash around. Come get me. They were selling the last two K. Game they did for like what like thirty bucks to the Fifty Bucks that Madden was twenty bucks to the yeah. It was like they were making hardcore moves to make people come play their game over Matt and and that was awesome exciting and it was the challenge of you know when you get when you get into a monopoly. You get very set in your ways right. And so I I hate the matters. Just update every year you know Blah Blah Blah Blah. Like I know how hard the madden team works to make madden as good as it can be every year but they are in a nine month cycle and so it is a lot of features that they start working on get pushed to the next year Ravin beyond that one year whereas if you had competition you had two teams pushing each other. I think you could see something really cool happy. I don't see that happening out of this deal I I mean again. It's been fifteen years. The people made the two K. Football Games football games. I don't think you've been grinding. That accident. Still at two K for that long. Yeah they moved on to the project of the teams are. The things are a lot of them. Probably work on that and I bet in so to be here now having this conversation. Yeah you Katie things. But it's not like you're going to suddenly see this resurgence. I don't see what they can even if you go out and your two K. And you kill it out in these. Nfl Arcadi Games. I guess I understand. Okay cool like maybe you've proven yourself but in reality it's going to be the NFL's and to be like cool. Keep making these things like this. And I don't mean this in a derogatory way but these games are gonNA kill on switch. You know. It's like this could be to switch out like you know. They have been putting a lot of support towards the switch but the game like Wolfenstein supper. Never GonNA run as well as they do on the show. The playground games can capitalist pigs. Gummy ESPN NFL to cave. Espn NFL two K. Fives price was twenty bucks that year. Madden launched for four for fifty bucks there. You Go however I was insane man. Yeah Anikin J. MT. Has An interesting wrinkle to think about Tim. Jeremiah tricks exactly. Nfl IT'S UK is coming back but won't be assume focused game. This has me thinking both man and the ww two K Games have felt both felt same year. After you're not really innovating between games. Eighty w all the wrestling has been very open about wanting to make a game and with the relaunch. Xfl being funded by WBZ's. Vince McMahon. It won't be long assuming the XFL returns next season until an xfl game is made could and xfl and in E W game if they're good games that sell well force EA and to K to finally put finally up their game in making madden an WBZ games to prevent people from switching over to newer better products. No I mean here's the thing there's going to be an XFL game period. Yeah if there is an xfl game. It's not GonNa be good. It won't be soon for sure and yet and also won't be soon. I I mean there's a lot of jobs here if xfl makes it to a second season does it. I've paid no attention except what was happening. Yeah and you're not paying attention still going on right. Yeah Yeah So I I don't really see a game on the e W side. I'm really excited at the idea that they might do the thing. The Greg Miller dream right and just like let's just make no mercy is with us but I feel right now. It is legitimately all talk. That game doesn't exist yet and it just kind of like talking about it. And they're gonNA William do existence. I I do believe that. But that's going to be similar to the playground games and stuff where it's going to be a fun thing and the people that are in doing a really in love it and there's a chance that if it is really that good that audience can be fairly large and it could be kind of a big head and got very well review if you could. Yeah you could recapture some of the Gloria and sixty four wrestling games. I think you breakthrough. Nobody cared not nobody. But the people you breakthrough don't care that's eighty w these cool down for wrestling totally totally and I think that out of the twenty dollar download -actly exactly I feel like that. Could then you know? Open the doors and push towards. Wwe coming in being like all right. We're GONNA make mercy to yeah. That could be a fun thing. But I don't think that's GonNa Really Affect Mad at all it's own level. It's like did this question kind of implies that Madden isn't doing well in reviewing well it is you know. Madden and correct me. If I'm wrong isn't facing any of the issues that a ton of the other sports games are over the last couple years of the micro transaction stuff being as ridiculous as it seems to be fearful or even NBA team in Madden. There that I that FIFA has has so many problems with but I don't hear people here. I'm sure anything with the station platforms. A has the option to be abused period. That's any game. So yeah that's not inherently bad. It's just bad how could be in the game. But the core Gameboy of Madden Games. Great Right. Oh Yeah Yeah I don't know hasn't changed much in the last ten years but it has. That's the thing is it's glacial and it changes in the physics move and this thing that and so it's like I mean I think if you looked at ten years ago actually played it versus you played and now I think you would be like. Oh wait hold on. Maybe I guess I'd rather go back on. Madden two thousand ten because I was a good game
Virginia man tested positive for coronavirus causing state government to prepare for scare
"Now Virginia is ordering more corona virus testing kits and is tracing the footsteps of two patients who became the first cases of the virus in Virginia an eighty year old man who lives in Fairfax city has tested positive for the corona virus after returning from a Nile river cruise Fairfax county health director Dr Gloria adult audience you we are taking public health actions and are working to monitor the patient and identify any close contacts who may have been exposed to Fairfax city man started to develop symptoms of a respiratory illness on February twenty eighth officials say after flu tests returned negative he was tested for the corona virus fortunately the individual had limited contact with others while ill and therefore the risk to the general Fairfax community remains low calorie bonk WTOP
Chemist Confessions Return with Victoria Fu and Gloria Lu Part 2
"My guest. Today they are back. This is now third appears on view. They were here as well returning for the second time because they make skin care science fun. They are chemists and they are also business owners. They have their own line of products there. The ladies behind chemist confessions which is an amazing instagram. As well if you don't follow them if you're all if you want to know the ingredients honey they break it down and make it fun and easy to understand and exciting. And that's why they're here. Please welcome Victoria Fu. Glory Lou back to Niche Butte. Oh they're going again and I think we made it obvious but we're just we hit record again. We had so much more to discuss. And we've we're filibustering we have lost. I will not let them miss her flight. There's so much more than last time. Oh who we do this all day. We could do it so can i? So we're just going to get right into it. I'll try not to be so small Taki because we have a lot to discuss and then we'll end up. If we have time then we can like you know. Ask about your hopes and dreams and whatnot. Okay let's get into it so I had the honeys ask questions for. Y'All and of course they came through because they're all geniuses and they are passionate space so they have questions. I have questions and let's get right back into him so this question is from J. Jane. Okay I've heard the chemical exponents make your skin thin and are bad for your skin over time. Is this true. No no okay. So can somebody their face up. What what does that mean? What does fucking of your face? So you can be overex- fully like you ruined your wall. He'll it will absolutely he'll But so cue to answer this question it does temporarily make your skin a little ner breads kind of just. It's getting rid of the top layer. That's already dead. It's already have dislodged. Anyway it's gotTa go and usually the correctly use chemical exfoliating. You get rid of the cells. That's overdue I use. Your skin naturally turns over. But as you age or there's like environmental factors it's slows down and that that's slowness still all problems like dryness and That unwanted skin texture so come Williams dare to help you speed. I'll get back to normal speed and you can absolutely overdo it so if you jump to a concentration that's way too. Let's say you never use any chemical before and you saw the kind of get cheap very tempting fifty percent college on Amazon That sounds terrifying. You might take away not just a self. That's due to be to leave my take away the stuff that should be coming up and protecting you from environmental factors. Yeah and what that means is year angry. Red Very vulnerable skin that it will take time to heal Our GOTO OCCLUSIVE. That we recommend in this case is Petra. Lod Good on mytalk trade of and heard bad things about and yes. That's actually the gold standard. That will help keep skin especially essentially seared very roskin protected. Yeah and I think what people forget is yes concentration matters. But it's not a competition for the highest amount out there. It's about finding and fine. Tuning your specific percentage so absolutely irritation honestly is bigger problem that we see in people's routine and it is such a big problem for people to manage because once you have irritation you spend your routine dealing with irritation focusing on fixing that correctly and no longer about like trying to do age. Prevention or target is concerned. So you really are taking a few steps back. And that's why we really try to emphasize just minimizing irritation as much as possible into give a little bit of contacts. And if you'RE NEW TO H. A. You can't use it every night if it's a around a five to ten percent range But even if you're just starting try every other night I If you're ready to bump it up and tries on the a little bit more efficacious you can use up to thirty percent. But at that rate it's not leave on product. You have to use it as a mask once a week. Moshe Max and Wash it off. Yeah Yeah Interesting Okay. A lot you out. My brain is like catching up slowly. Processed process wheel on the man. Who does every product say on it? Five percent ten percents it implicitly. Or no they don't and you know but I think the good thing and I would like to give us credit on. This is that we are seeing more and more percentages given So yeah I think just like Boris Ed. Aim for five to ten if you're a beginner And then just be wary of the twenty to thirty Percent Mark. Obviously it can be dependent per type of. Aj but we're not gonNA that's a whole rabbit hole other APP. Yeah and unfortunately someone's doing both in an hour. He's coming up at four getting. Tell me okay. Let's keep going. I'll see when they come in. It could be anybody this studio. There's always something going on. I hope it's Mark Office. Who has been in the seat? Yes he has. Oh this is from Denise I love you. She's one of my friends. But she's like the most supportive amazing. Is it okay to use? Nyah cinema ten percent along with retinol one percent. Do you alternate nights with them early. Yeah she's talking about. She sounds like a very experienced. Retinal user One percent is actually the Max that you can get point zero five or something flake. Yes Oh honey. It's it's great but No problems there. We actually do like the pairing of nine a cinema with with retinol simply because it does offer just barrier support So just a great combo sincere skins kind of under fire share shutting right. Wow Denise you're killing me. Yeah Oh my God expert okay. Yeah that is high okay. This is a question from cooking the account Vincent who we love a male honey. Hello my question is about the way. Actives or ingredients of formula can be delivered into the skin. Penetration enhancers like butylene. Glycol propane proponent deal at CETERA. Dial honey you got to brag to deliver the ingredients product into the skin for example can a ten percent nice city mode Sarum. He said mode by was probably an accident. Serum Without Penetration enhancers can be effective. Does it penetrate the skin? I literally? Oh it says sorry. I'm French we love you. We Love You. We love you and that was incredible. Yeah yeah he knows. Okay so true nerd. I'm like I'm going to be honest. My eyes crossed. I don't understand what the hell is a penetration enhancer. So that's a great question. It sounds like a porn to be honest. I can't hear that now. All my run for a pervert Scorpio. In-and-out ruin all right. So so your skin. Is Fatty Fatty there? The better job is to keep stuff out essentially water. And so that's why the top layer of your skin is mostly fatty acids colonials their minds. Which all are all water. We polling ingredients. What that means is water base stuff. Ashley doesn't penetrate your skin while at all so say no cinemas. A water base active. So that's what Vince is referring to is. Sometimes you add these solvents Play better with the fat ingredients to help the help. Your active guest through the skin. So it's a complicated question because you can't formulae without eh but they're there for more than just penetration enhancing purposes anyway so for example the calls they can help preserve your formula. Okay it can also help with With your stability.
"I'm really focused I'm not practicing 'cause I said I went for period. Part of that was. I didn't know what I wanted but I also have seen it in my clients over the years and it was almost like I was beating my head against the wall. You really need to say your new store. You really need to say your new story really needs to you. And I wasn't hearing that they were doing it and so I created the classes. I think of them as like Yoga for heart based entrepreneurs because Yoga. You don't do it once and then you're done you don't do your new story once and then you're done and so people get to practice so it so what happens for me. What I've observed for me and my clients is when they come to class and they're feeling kind of down or whatever through the process. Sometimes they'll do a little block. Airing thing very infrequently. The one thing that I do that I might do in the air because what I always do is I always start with asking people what they want. I'm telling you Gloria what happens is in the class they shipped out of it. It's you know it's amazing I. It's just such a cool process a class last people what they want we tune into what is a good news story. Prompt what they really want to focus on they ride into store. They say it. I'm your back and together. We just create this great beautiful energy. So they're out of it so I I. There are times where it's really helpful to do some sort of block clearing some sort of identifying the resistance. I do that with myself often and I do have some tools that I teach my clients but what I want to say to the listeners. Who are here and an answer to your question. Get in the practice of focusing on your new story whether you're riding at your reading or you're saying it because that will begin to develop new neural pathways. Your Stoffel flying your face if you've got resistance if you've got so you do need to have tools to work with that when sometimes people to talk to about it and or my classes to come to so you shipped out of it but I but if you practice your new story you will change and you will manage us what you want. Which is so exciting and I do think the the important thing that you said is is finding support because I really do think because yes you can do affirmations and you can do this stuff but you don't have somebody to keep you accountable to it. You can be really easy to slip back down and so whether it's having a good friend whether it's having a coach whether it's a bomb on my glasses exactly taking your classes or joining a mastermind or something but to be around like minded people who are GonNa lift you up. That's that's one of my passions. Is that because we are. You can't I've I've spent too many times in my life doing trying to do stuff all by myself and trying to even change my You know changing my mindset and it's like yeah it'll be good for a while but you know life happens like you said you know you get pulled from family or or other people and they can drag you down really easily if you don't have a support system so. I'm glad that you were doing the work that you're doing because we need it in this girl so it's awesome so I thank. Is there anything else that you would like to share about what you do any other important points? You'd like to leave people with before we sign off for two. They're really thing boy. I do want to speak again about courage Yeah because you know yes. People can pull you off but also this. This'll be interesting to see. I don't WanNa take a whole lot of tongue senator. You WanNa wrap up here Gloria. You might have a response to this. But I think that one of the reasons why it's scary because I'm telling you glorious saying Yes to this. You probably know if you're watching us if you're intentional about the stories you tell yourself it will change both your vibration. How you're thinking how you're being and what you do so you will get the results that you want. If you practice it enough you get that but I think that one of the reasons why that scary is because it means if we do it. We are claiming our power. We are claiming our power to be co creators on this planet. And I think that's what's super scary. Maybe that's just me but I think it's a big deal. Yeah Yeah I think there's a lot of truth to that absolutely and one of things that I think is that were co creating with the divine God or whatever you call this one. I think that we're all apart up but we're creating with it. And if we claim are fifty percent of the CO creation process. Then wait can really move forward in the direction that we feel like we want and the more we do again. I don't know how many people are spiritual but knowing you I'm guessing they're a spiritual people here. The more we do our spiritual practice in her tuning in to our higher self to the divine the easier it is for us to hear the fifty percents from the divine. What it's asking of us when we come together with those two pieces what we're wanting inside plus what we're hearing and we say yes to that and were courageous enough to to practice that rather than just go back into the old habits. The old pat practices of thanking the old ways of doing things and just responding to everybody else or whatever. It is your old habit it. If you're courageous enough I mean. Wow what a rocky world we can all create together absolutely and you know. It's interesting that you said that because that happened to me just yesterday because yesterday. I was in a funk was just really just feeling very insecure feeling a lot of things were going on and before I went to bed last night. I said you know. I got a journal because I do not want to go to bed feeling this negative. I don't WanNa take that energy into you know into into that. Thought I don't WANNA I don't WanNa keep keep that negative energy going and so I started journaling and I because I believe that the work that I've been doing I continue. I spent a Lotta time. Meditating and prayer and journaling all of a sudden I started writing a poem. It was like all these these things came in and I haven't written a poem since I was. I don't know ten maybe or something but my sister was the is the poet. Mom was the poet in the family. She she stopped majored in English. She and I firmly believe that she just like all this information to me because it was like dark and then ended up light and I felt so much better at the end and it was like wow. That wasn't bad so I was so it's it's being willing to step out and and the more you do it this. I think maybe the last thing is to let people now. Is that the more often you do. Start taking those steps. It does GET EASIER. You build a muscle and it becomes easier to be courageous that So yeah be intentional and be courageous and checkout Catherine's website and find out how you can manifest clients to especially if you're in business and listening to this absolutely Jank no much for being here and also before we believe. It just would like to invite you if you've got value out of this today to whatever wherever you're listening to us. I was doing some research today and I'm on a bunch of different things. 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"gloria" Discussed on The McMillion$ Podcast
"Is the official millions. Podcast episode three. I'm really excited about this episode. Because we will have on the show Gloria Brown one of the one million dollar winner's and friend of Robyn Colombo. We'll also have some deleted scenes from the show and will also be able to answer some of your questions that you email then to us before we get any of that. Let's recap this week's episode episode three kicked off with Gloria Browne in two thousand and one getting pulled into a shamrock productions reunion of winners. We also learn more about Jerry Colombo and his expansion of this entire scam that included flight attendant Lee. Casado we talked about the Fuzzy Bunny and eventually the Church Fuzzy Bunny which really blew our minds absolutely unbelievable that that happened in real life and then the episode ended with a car crash. One of the things that we've talked about quite a bit was how to establish point of view to really use point of view to help us illustrate the challenges that each of these people in each whether the FBI whether it was a winner We're going through at the time and seen glorious story initially from the point of view of the FBI and then flipping it at the end of the episode to hear. Her point of view would really illustrate what she was going. Through in. What the F. B. I? Was going through when you watch her in front of the FBI line. I know personally when I first saw the footage you start to think. Oh my God. This person's lying there are criminal. Maybe they're still in jail. You don't really know. And then once we were able to meet her and understand that she ended up getting roped into something much larger than she ever expected. Yeah it was. It was pretty eye opening and we wanted to spend a great deal of time with her and to really understand what she was going through. Yes this case. Seems like it can be victimless crime. And there are very funny things that happened within it but also this is the national criminal case. That people's lives were changed forever by this and we wanted to show just how real all this can be the. Fbi doesn't focus on the personal background and decision making behind these criminals. Did you commit a crime? And how did you commit that crime? And the details of what? Gloria went through really have never been out there. This was something that many of the federal agents who have actually watched this episode. Have now come up to us and said we had no idea.
"Now must stay i am gloria grace rand and welcome come to live love engage i am so happy today because i got one of my favorite people on the planet who's going to be our guest on the podcast and she is a monteiro's i go and she is an amazing person and dan she is known as you're speaking success strategist she has taught thousands of business owners including me entrepreneurs and leaders through i step by step proven speaker training and presentation coaching systems and she helps people to really be able to magnetized of their audience to monetize their message and make an impact in the world and that's an awesome thing she's also an author a a couple of different books painfully public speaking share your story she's even been contributing author in the one of the chicken soup for the soul books six which is amazing as well and she is just a rock star so welcome amount rose gloria i am so glad you you are one of my favorite people to thank you so i thought we'd get started with just a little bit about you so people can get to i know you a little bit how did you get started as a speaking success strategist don't try to say that three times fast access righteous it's much for asking that question because most people look at me evening probably she's been a great communicator all her life and that wouldn't it be case i think i started this partly as i can remember as a kid i was really expressive like to be playful had a happy go lucky attitude on life circumstances this is really stopped me for being that way and when things in my life happened as a small child i shifted i changed which included my dad disappearing when i was six years old so i started to change from that really outgoing kid to somebody who's just outfall and just scared of light and also became really self doubtful about my own sour i remember when i was twelve years old i looked in the mirror and myself special people only only get to do what they love your special you'll never get to do what you love wow twelve years old crazy the young age to you think that way and fayed has a habit of putting situation it's rare me jones facts when i was my thirties i took a job with a nonprofit organization relation they didn't tell me i'd have to speak in front of hundreds of people owed speak experience whatsoever none one of those thinkers who a moment is one of those moments where i could make a choice to rice e cajun handle all my fears doubts insecurities or i could just quit the job and i chose is to rise to the occasion and the same time i took the job is to start to do a lot of personal development and what happens when you personal development you can't see the same tonight and so when i was doing god i start starting to wake inside of me here i am learning how to effectively present groups i invested in myself to learn the art of speaking and here i am doing something way out of my comfort zone and also doing personal development which may be kinda question what i was doing i'm from my life what was my passion my purpose and i eventually started was in that position for five years and i started doing business as the secrets writer he now with fifteen years ago wow gas can't believe something along already it's time we think in life we have difficult situations that happened to us and we overcome those situations they often be a catalyst in what we're here to teach you how to help people i do here we're here to serve people the that's really what happened to me yeah absolutely and i think one of the things that so endeared you to me is the fact that you are very authentic and that's one of the things one of their sorta platform of this podcast is helping people to be able to engage authentic the why why is that so important for for song business success professional success to be audit why is that one it feels good to us feels good to others so why did my i live training just want to start my business fifteen years ago fifteen years ago and i remember i prepared all this content and i delivered this two day workshop inapt always john i didn't feel right didn't feel i didn't didn't the like i felt like i was something aw honor was what is it that you're yourself i was modeling and modeling all these other trainers the things that i had learned but i've lost which is okay to do self in the process lost who i was take tell you gloria took camille longtime and for the listeners very long time to reengage with who i was i had to really i got to a point point in my life and i asked myself either on euros either your need to let go of wanting everybody to love you so modeled myself a certain way did things a certain way everybody would love me so i thought realization that not everybody's gonna walk me they may not even like me they may not like my name on hair whatever he goes yeah and and that's impossible once i realized that not everyone is going to resonate with me and be okay with that i get to be myself and know what people are going to resonate with me so whether somebody's a business owner a leader speaker speaker trainer whatever your what you do is that that connection people make with who you really are what's your authentic excel what's the core essence of who you are and that's where i think authentic comes from his co. sense yeah absolutely one of sir i think with social media there's not a lot of authentic out there you see people's what they want you to z. right eight jones what happened with their real life is i mean i've seen it on TV where people where they go and take take in front of the matt and all this stuff and they were all dressed up and do all these things but they lived in didn't even have a apartment to live it right absolutely on aw i think but your cell me newark because that's what people are gonna knock with yeah absolutely and frankly it's i think easier to be yourself then to try to because if you're trying to remember all the different things that like it'll have this group says that way and this one said to do it that way and then you get tied up in knots trying to remember all these things anyway when you can relax and just be who you are it i think it's so mitch user i mean i know i've felt that way it's it's so much easier when i can just relax and just this is me take it as i am yeah we obviously want to you put our best foot forward in what we do right to have the skilled this ultimately deciding factor in how you do something must connect with your authentic way you deliver it so when somebody comes to me as a speaker trainer there are people who similar expressive right just like bush there are some quieter souls i can't expect choir your soul to be that person goes sh that's not bad that's not their authenticity they're not wanting to be that he till it's really about finding the place for each of us to be our best but our best bendix absolutely absolutely how are you actually doing it how are you empowering women to be more authentic and heart centered and powerful speakers how does that work i think that one the way set that has made me unique is that can really bounce and trauma crimes to balance the masculine the feminine so there is there's a way to be that authenticity authentically and should in a way that honors to maximum energy honors effeminate energy so let me kind of elaborate a little bit on that and this is not true in all cases men eh.
"That what is a really good lesson and a good tip so I definitely want to. I'm going to do that myself because yeah I've spend little thing lately has been little offer me so I have to get back on there and I know it's something that accomplished before and so there's no reason why I can't do it again except that my you go or or something is just getting away and I have to just say yeah. Thank you for sharing. But can we go to the. It's not really about one other thing I wanted to ask you about. L. is one advice. Would you have for maybe eighty even someone who has a desire to spearhead a book effort like you just did. Because I'm sure you learned some lessons in this process. What uh-huh maybe she won? If you'd have for someone who who wants to as big dream about bringing you know if you WanNa right then right if I don't know how to write that's why you have people out there like myself editors proofreaders and so forth that help you. You know one of the things that I do differently need the most people that are helping people ranked books is because of my background healing and because of my intuition around energy Naples read energy and one out of your guests. Actually you mentioned. Marianne she she was one of the few when we went into her story and I listened to her. Because I've really provide that personal. I was listening listening to hackers. The first draft was not put in here matter of fact. It's nothing really like that. I can tap into that in a healing that takes place in the messages. You WanNA put out there. So we work with Hartson entrepreneurs people that have spiritual messages and it's like okay. Let's see what else is in there so that Hard My coaching in the healing back really helps bring that writer to place now that they're like oh my gosh. It takes to that next level and exciting writing so I saw somebody to face the do I really need an editor. Or yes you editor which you also need someone that's going to help you an editor that can help you really. I'm tune in China that diamond view. Yeah yeah because there's really and and just the the research I've done in working on my own book as you really need like at least two different types of editors need one. That's more to help you shape the story itself and then you need someone to handle the grammar in the punctuation stuff. Amish shaped your story story person in a week of our team. Let's do the grammar and while I may catch some of that that's not. My focus is helping you shape that story sorry to bring that aliveness to get into your soul essence in let it shine. Sometimes people are afraid to do that and they play a little smaller as Oh oh you are a brilliant radiant being and you're here for that purpose in life so why not get it out there right. Yeah absolutely yeah I still love that Marianne Williamson quote where she talks a WHO. Are you not too shy. I know I'm paraphrasing it. But that's essentially it. You're given these gifts by God and you need to get them out absolutely and we are sometimes afraid of our own greatness. That's Fisher House about so I encourage everybody you know like you said what's the one tip. Just keep writing. I have forty years of journals that I have moved with me everywhere. Throw another things out. journals in every time I'll go back to something and I'll see maybe a palmer seventeen. Data's brilliant insight on something after maybe a relationship that didn't work. Oh Wow that's going to happen you know so even if you're not putting it in a book it's helpful. It's really helpful to do. It's also a good assessing of letting your feelings in your thoughts out in healing in your life but I will throw in one tip at because this was something that I've run into today. Make she can read your writing later. I've been struggling out of going. What the heck did I say but a lot of times I will? I am writing really fact like that used to write in pencil also a lot of things like oh man. The what I've decided to do is I'm taking my journals by warning. had been typing everything. Put it together. Even if it's just rough drafts asper now yeah understand it. Yeah so I think from now on his like especially if it's something important I'll transcribe it right away. Don't don't have it sit. Is it for two weeks. Because sometimes I'll writing it's fast. And we don't have time to transcribe it. We'll have recorders on our phone. Yeah what true thinking which you'd feeling sometimes my best material. Gloria comes in the car. I know yes I've had. Somebody said to be correct. The record button go plane back when dig and then right amount the insights or grill us. Yeah yes I've definitely run into that I know. I think my book could've gotten finished a lot faster if I'd only done that to begin with but let's get your message to. Yeah yeah absolutely. Yeah well how. How can people get a hold of you if they would like help You know in in any of the different ways that you can help writing. Well I web site is actually my name. That's my personal website. Laurie Coppola C. O. P. P. AS in Paul O. L. A. Dot Com and then for the different things we're doing through powerful potential potential purpose. Which is our company? They're powerful potential purpose. Dot Com is actually where we have events coming up too so we already have a like a speaking tour and presentations lined up so in January march and April Napoli a city near somebody else out there that can be found in the publishing. Shing site is up. But it's a little different to say it's a job will be linking it all through these sites and we have great packages for new riders to so. Oh check those out. We would be happy to help you get your message out there in south someone else's problems that suffering inside in need your words of wisdom absolutely awesome awesome. Well I will have all that information in the show notes. That don't worry about that if you're listening in the car right now or something like that or you're at the gym. Wherever you listen to this? It's took you'll find it. Go to my go to I tunes and you'll go or go to my website or Iran Dot Com and you'll be able to get the information so As always before we closed it had just want to again Invite you who are listening to this to subscribe to the podcast us. Oh that way. You won't miss any of our next episodes and if you can leave us a review and a rating on itunes that would be awesome as well and the judge. You know it'll help other people find the podcast and I welcome any feedback to if you know if you have any ideas maybe some topic that you want to hear on the show Definitely let me know that as well and Yeah so until next time I encourage you to keep keep well well yes to continue to live fully love deeply and engage authentically. 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"Path and purpose and fun places around the world and this is is is the history of two thousand twenty. You're going to France and Italy or was that twenty nine hundred so this year rule. Nice okay did go in two thousand eighteen. But we're GONNA get into cleaned all right. Awesome and Gloria like so many of us has had to overcome a lot of versity in her life and she continues to trust in higher power and be guided by her face and her goal is to help others in their heart center messages of hope and inspiration to the world that desperately needs healing by helping you become a published author. And that's actually how I met this wonderful woman because friend of mine had written a chapter for a book that Gloria also has written a chapter four but she spearheaded this book that we've also had some of the authors on the podcast. It's called women's standing strong together and I just loved it Barrett is there is low very good. She's she's a smart marketer marketer. To you've gotta be able to as right let people see it. It is now on sale on Amazon. And it's a bestseller also. Also congratulations for that. You think you should tell me a little bit about I how did this idea come to you about doing this compilation. which saw these wonderful women that you were able to together? Where did that come from sure? You know it's interesting that you know each new year. We set goals or make resolutions. I I don't visions and intentions out there and you just never know how they're going to show up and it was actually about five years years ago in a dream that God came to me. Tell me about a lining collaborating with some women to raise the divine feminine anxiousness on his will. It took took five years. Actually bring it to this point but it still to me. I never dreamt although on author and have written books I never dreamt of doing a collaborative Labrador's thing that I would publish the came as a message and it happened in my now partner. The graphic graphic design. We both have gone up to Canada. I had a speaking engagement. And she lives up that on the borderline as you want to join me. And she said yes and one night I was sleeping and I just blurted out something and she woke up into. What did you say it said? God wants us to write. Write a book called Women's standing strong together and in so here we honor. Wow that's amazing. That's amazing so you've you've mentioned that you are an offer to so what what Types of books. Have you written them in. Has that always been calling for you to to to be an offer you know when I look back at my entire soul blueprint my life. I have been writing since about ten years old In High School I was award. Winning scholarships everything literary editor. But I never saw as being my career because you know it. It just was not something that women were directed to do back in those days in ages and then my on my holistic center and even prior I wrote for newspapers magazines in a holistic magazines. Sasha magazines all though it's a waste there was always. There didn't see that it would turn into this. You know and so my previous books I've written. I'm almost a health coach Do that for years so I wrote a book on getting sorry to a healthy lifestyle for those of you in the twenty twenty th simple. This is what I did easy recipes but then I had a book you know when I was in Hawaii when I spent the time in Hawaii in far that talks. About why and how I got there in my own eat. Pray Love Journey. I it and I learned a lot about their culture in the ancient ways. Let's do their teachings if not all they're not in writing it's a verbal handing handing down of knowledge if people kept asking me to write about it write about it in the night went in honored their system and got permission. And I think there's eight other of the Hawaiian teachers that contributed to both ends of the Rainbow. And that's a book about their healing modality but it's not just the massage like most people think it's really about the lifestyle and then a few years ago I published you aboard. Love living a life purpose which correlates with Mike Coaching Program. Although people buy it on Amazon Amazon and they use it and they love it because it gives them simple chosen steps in guidance. It goes deeper when you're coaching with me. And I also did a book with my granddaughter. Komo a long time ago just for fun Kylie's adventures which is on Amazon. So it's just been you know it's been my outlet. It's he's been my connection. God Rights Rue. It's been my deep feelings and emotions. You know so you always been there. That's very cool. Yeah I I can relate. I know looking back on my life as well is that yeah I was always ready. Muniz started from like pen pal letters as a kid and then use ladders pursue either personal or for my kid's schools. I was a writer for television. Show news program so yeah writing has always there. Yeah Yeah it's amazing. What are the cause? Why started making those lists to like you just did neither wrote curriculum for massage school? Several of them across the United States. Do you realized how engaged involved you know. It's like we talk about listening to intuition channing guidance and stuff but sometimes we limited and we'd put it the box we only do certainly mouth until one day boom absolutely well. I'm glad that you mentioned intuition because that was where I was going to go next. So thank you for. That has been something that you've always been aware of. Because I know for me I I've really been paying attention into my intuition. Only really I would say in the last four years for many years it was more like. Oh I wish. I wish I'd listened to that Voice of my hat was always doing that now. I'm being more proactive about got so how. How has that been for us? That's always been outweigh even as a child that got made fun of actually and certain stage. You kinda suppress it. In Hide it casino people will judge. You think you're crazy or a witch or whatever ads. I got into my early twenties. I just went back into honoring. Who Weihan and it just began to grow in? It's something that I also teach in how people solve their own doubt around that because we all have intuition. There's mother's intuition right right. I there's those moments beget. There's ceilings as emotional feelings about people and places it's like sometimes feeling about somebody in my Gosh I should they okay in off the couple phone or email them or something and yes. Something's going on so I have honored these gifts and I always say I give gratitude two for all the gifts I have and all the calm and that also enhances it now. Do you said that you work work with people in coaching people. What to what do people typically come to you for help with is is it something like they may be? They are feeling maybe they. They have some sort of gift but they don't know how to deal with that or or is it just. It's really funny because that's not where it starts out but that usually is a part of it you know. Most people come to me for coaching because they want a life change. They know that they're missing something in their life or their they wanNA Better Korea Korea or they're depressed or they're unhappy in relationships so it's always kind of like I want something new indifference and it starts really learning about yourself. You know learning about you know what you really love and do you love yourself and then it doesn't bob over time because the one program is twelve weeks weeks it doesn't involve tapping into those inner senses because if we don't tap into them we're gonNA miss some of these key components that actually align and attract the things is that you desiring in life council away and especially. I think if we're unconscious about that then we wind up attracting the things into our life that we don't necessarily they want to learn those lessons times as I'm sure you have yours ago. Got Thirty years ago Bob Proctor. Some people may know who he is he was one of my mentors have paid a lot of money for that midden. I went and did another mentoring with him. A little over ten years ago did another around with him for a year and then recently I saw him at an event world's greatest motivators which is actually going to be aired on cable. TV soon it was that reminder. Mind your again of that mindset with there was something I learned as we talk about the law of attraction in why we don't get things so this is a simple tip. It's just not comprehendible baby simple but applying you know it really takes mastering your mind what you want to attract. Let's say right and it's is out here okay out here somewhere. You're trying so hard and you're taking all these steps like when people do goals right. And they wonder why they don't reach their goals and that it feels like something passed them by not aligned with it and the reason not aligned with because they usually don't believe they can have it for a while they come enclosed within the doubt. It's going to happen and they just miss it and so it really is working. That muscle brain is a muscle. It's working that muscle to to align that frequency in on still learning how to you know I do need absolutely have to because there's some days sometimes I'm great and I am in alignment and something happens in category a little off kilter and then it's like Trying to find that to get back into the groove again and yeah exactly and it doesn't take much sometimes to just drop you down another woman. That does these videos on facebook. Peggy McCall and and she actually trade with Bob proctor. And she's always got these things now. People are asking. What if that happened? Did you like. That's why you need affirmations everywhere. You need to have different in things around. That remind you so one of the things. I actually have put on the pages of my new calendars. My success is absolutely guarantee this was when things change so that if you are putting these goals out there you're setting that intention he tone yourself that so that when you're having a bad moments I went to an earlier age hottest. You know it's like okay. Remind yourself my success is absolutely guaranteed in anything else that will help you. I love that. That's that's awesome.
"About. And you know about being authentic. It's like that's right up my alley so I love and being monitorable and all that good stuff so in standing strong together there is is powerful powerful thing so For those of you who are listening and you want to hear more wonderful episodes like this. I encourage you to subscribe to the podcast Wherever you're listening to it and you can also subscribe to my Youtube Channel as well if you're watching youtube the and if he would be so kind to leave us a review and re rating as well that would be wonderful? I would so appreciate it so thank you again Christine for being here her. Thank you Gloria. Thanks for having me your welcome and until next time I am Gloria Grace brand wishing all of you peace love and prosperity one more thing before you go as a valued listener of the live loving gauge podcast. I WANNA help you shine in your light in the world. Not only while you're listening to the show but all day every day of the week that's why I created the would love engaged spiritual awakening community on facebook. It's a place for you to gather with other business professionals and entrepreneurs who are committed to living the life of their. If you WANNA to be a part of this community band receive free trainings from me. Go to live love. ENGAGED DOT COM and request to join. That's L. I.. V. E. L. O. V. V. E. DOT COM..
"I am Gloria Grace. Ran And I am delighted that you are joining us here today because we are going to be talking thing about one of my. I don't know if it's my favorite subject but it's definitely a subject that is One that I've pay attention to and one that I continuously work on and it is about letting go and and it's in particular about letting go of Maybe the need perfectionism I suppose but more than letting go of let's see. How do I want to save this letting go of the need to beat yourself up? Yeah yeah that's what I WANNA say letting go of the need to beat yourself up over mistakes that you've made because as Billy Joel once famously sang complicity in the eighties or nineties You're only human. You're supposed to make mistakes and that's going to happen and as long as we learn from our mistakes and we make amends where necessary. There's no real problem with that. The problem comes. WHO's in when we start to focus all of our attention on the mistakes that we've made and when I said like we start beating ourselves up over not being perfect or just or just not doing what we think we should have done or ought to have done or Said said in a particular circumstance? The problem happens when we do this. Is that what you focus on expanse and I want to share a story with you today about something that actually happened just this morning. That perfectly illustrates this. I was was at our local Rotary Club. I was giving actually a talk and was sharing Three expert life secrets on how to to have more love joy and abundance in your life and before I gave my presentation. The President of the club was making some announcements announcment and in the middle of it. She caught herself and she said. Wow Why am I saying yeah instead of yes I never do that. Why am I doing that? That's so strange age. And then she proceeded to talk more and she proceeded to say yeah about three or four more times even though she knew she didn't WanNa do that what she wanted to say. Yes but that's the funny thing about our brains number one is that it focuses on Is Very easy for us to focus in on negative things. It only takes two seconds to to get this neural pathway. Going along along something that is negative whereas if we want to focus on a positive outcome and to change our thoughts to be ones ones that are more empowering and positive we spend at least fifteen seconds before we get that neural pathway to rewire rewire in that positive direction and along that positive thought so for some reason we are just hardwired to focus in on danger I again and I and I I suppose it's because of you know our when we were first you know millions or or how how long ago we were on this planet but anyway our ancient ancestors the hunter gatherers that they had to be aware of danger and they had to be on the lookout for wild animals and things that could kill them and so I guess that's where this hard wiring four danger and problems came about but in the twenty first century. We don't really need Released most of US anyway. Don't need to to be that way. We aren't necessarily facing danger Certainly not like people who live out in the wild You know were or our ancestors anyway so it takes a little bit more concerted effort to focus in on things that are more positive. But it's absolutely worthwhile fact. I even have this little I've got a A cut out from from Zen calendar that I have this piece of paper is probably thirty years old. That is on my desk right now but says learn to be calm and you will always be happy and I think part of being calm is learning to let go of that which doesn't serve you and that which doesn't serve. You is beating yourself up over things. Mistakes that you've made it doesn't serve. You doesn't serve anyone else around you your family your friends when you're doing that so my advice to you is to let it go now. You're probably thinking well sure that's easier said than done. You're right. It may not necessarily be easy but it is. It is a simple thing. It just takes determination nation. It takes practice. It takes being mindful and making a choice. How do I want to be how? How do I want to act? What do I want to achieve? Because you have the power to do that at any any moment you have the power and they wanNA share with you right now. Is I have a lovely cute little card and in front of me. I keep on my desk. I don't even know where this came from was clearing cleaning my desk the other day and I came across this so the the front side of it says it is only thought and a thought can be changed. And that's true right because if you have a thought you you don't have to keep that thought you can change it very easily. It just requires requires saying okay yet like the thought. Let me come up with something else and the backside of this car it explains why this is important and says says the thoughts I choose to think and believe right now are creating my future these thoughts for my experiences tomorrow next next week and next year so do you want to continue to think. Negative thoughts thoughts about. Oh what a loser you are or you know. Oh you're so stupid for Messing that thing up or oh gosh you know why. Why did I do do that? Do you want to keep thinking those kind of thoughts or wouldn't it be better to start thinking more empowering thoughts because biggest. Here's an important point. I want you to consider which I haven't mentioned yet. And my higher power say hey remember me so yeah I do remember God. And here's a fact you are a divine person you are were created. Aided in God's image and as my mother always said God didn't make junk think about it God is not junk right. We don't consider God junk. I mean look at this beautiful planet Senate that has been created for us to live on with beautiful plants and flowers and trees and mazing being Owens and lakes and rivers this is not jong unfortunately we as humans put a lot of junk into it. But it's a a beautiful planet and we are beautiful people no matter what color skin you have no matter whether you are a man or woman or a gender or whatever you are however you refer to yourself you are a divine person and I believe as as a lot of people say is that we are A spiritual being having a human expression I think saying that right I hope anyway but but living living living a human experience. I think that's what it is. So we are spiritual beings and so let's choose as spiritual beings let's choose is to have empowering beautiful thoughts that reflect the beauty that is already inside of us that beauty needs to come out of our mouths so and and come out in the actions that we do every day so I encourage you to think about that and in the coming hours days weeks and remember choose remember you have the power to choose the thoughts. You think nobody else can do that for you you alone have that power to choose so spent some time spent some quiet time. I'm an meditation or journaling and and ask your higher power. What do you want me to do today? What do you want me to say today day and then just take a moment and listen and just be quiet and see what comes to you because another thing I have learned in my years of living Is that if it's a critical voice that comes to you. That's not God. That's just the we go. And as Wayne Dyer used to say ego stands for edging. God Out I love that phrase but if there's something positive that comes through do that is you that is your divine spirit coming through and you. I recommend listen to it. Listen to that voice. That is the empowering Voice of God in you that needs to come out in this world so until next time I am. Gloria Gloria. Grace ran and I appreciate you listening to this podcast and if you have gotten value out of it would also appreciate it if you would leave us a review you On I tunes or wherever else you are listening to this podcast but please And recommend us to your friends I would love to be able to Have lots of people be able to get this message because I my metioned and my mission my mission. Oh my mission is to empower people to help you to live fully. Love love deeply and engage authentically. And that's going to do it for me today. So until next time I'm wishing you also much peace peace love and prosperity one more thing before you go as valued listener of the live. Love engage podcast broadcast. I WanNa help you shine your light in the world. Not only while you're listening to the show but all day every day of the week that's why I created look love engaged spiritual awakening community on facebook. 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"gloria" Discussed on Hysteria
"Hello and welcome to hysteria. I'm Erin Ryan this week. We asked the following burning questions. How many guys can Gordon Sunland? Donlan throw under a single bus. What's the future of the equal rights amendment and most importantly? What is Gloria? steinem thing about all this Eliza Master Monico Tian Trans State Senator Senator Jennifer McClellan and Gloria Steinem. Yes the real one. Tackle these questions this week and more. So so the Gordon problem is just as big a problem as the trump administration feared as. We're recording this right now. Gordon Sunlen is throwing trump officials under the bus. It's the bottom of the eighth inning. And he's got a no hitter going. Devon Nunez has fastened his thinking cap on so tightly that it's cutting off circulation to his brain Nikki Haley's weird book tour flexible not intervening to prevent trump for ruining America. Last week. Seems even dumber now but there are other things going on in the world as well for example women's equality did you know that despite despite one TV show in two movie reboots of Charlie's angels women still aren't constitutionally guaranteed equality and. Did you know further that we're one state away from ratifying the equal rights amendment and did you know further that one of those states Virginia just flipped from red to blue very interesting here here to help me break this down in more is former White House. Deputy Chief of operations under President Obama and the garden of Weed Enjoyment Eliza Master Monaco Hey Eliza Hey Aaron hold on while I Mute Gordon Sunlen. You're like the only one in America. Muting him him today. Only because I'm talking to you otherwise he'd be at a volume ten out of ten. I feel very special I was just I like prepping to record for the last few minutes. Has He accused. Cardi Cardi B. being involved yet. No but I'm waiting for that shoe to drop and even that yes. Let's talk about that. We weren't planning on talking about impeachment just because because you know it's it's kind of everywhere but something big happened this morning. Do you mean when he got in the bus backed it over. All the president's it's men and then drove over them yeah. It was sort of a like fried green tomatoes to Wanda type moment. It really was. Yeah I mean here's what I'm thinking I what's going to happen now. What can happen now? Will I mean I before anyone tweets at us for. We're not like saying he's a hero or anything he's just finally telling some fucking version of the truth and more like you're for it But I think I mean. Don't you think that the southern district of New York Literally has their engines running to go get rudy. I mean this is like to me. This is it's damning terrible for the president but it's the end of really truly early on me. Yeah it's here's the thing like He. He paints a very clear picture. And yesterday I remember I was on the crooked media stream on Tuesday and I just remember it being very repetitive like it seemed the Republicans defenses like. Yeah but did he say the name of the crime while he was doing it. No crime your honor But here it's sort of like they've they've kind of abandoned all of it. I I watched or listened to Devin. Nunez's is opening statement. And it was it was sort of. I felt like I was standing. Like I feel like if I worked in a place and Devon Nunez soon as came in saying those things I'd be like Sir you need to leave and I'm calling mystic. I'm calling secure calling security possibly a doctor. Do you need some help Sur. Also I feel like today's high day fashion like not to Undo George Kens. Bow Tie. But it's like Gordon Sahlin came for the show. Oh I mean he's got some like Glorious Royal Navy Sudan and Devin unions literally tried to dress like bugsy so. I don't know what's going on. Yeah but there's more stuff going on. Melissa I want to talk about some of the kind of uplifting stuff because I think at the core of this impeachment is this. I've the sinking feeling that even though all of this is coming out none of the Republicans Republicans are going to do anything about it because they're all completely members of the trump called But I do think that there's some hopeful pieces as of news that are kind of floating out there and one of them is that there's a bill that's about to be introduced in Virginia to ratify the era. What does he hurry stands for? You know what it stands for those who are listening who may not know equal rights amendment. Okay thank you. They will rights amendment which was introduced Decades ago and sort of quietly died. Thanks to the efforts of like anti feminists such as Zip Phyllis Schlafly. I can't say her name. It's it's Mr. It sounds like how she makes me feel which is lasting schlafly. But the the amendment failed but it failed with Three states left not necessary to ratify it and added to the Constitution Illinois Nevada recently ratified the the era. And we're down to one and that one could be Virginia. It's an exciting time forty years later. Do you think we should call the state senator. Who's going to introduce the bill and we could learn a lot from her? I feel like we could do senator. McClellan was elected to the Senate of Virginia in January twenty seventeen prior to her election to the Senate Jennifer. It was a member of the Virginia House of delegates. For eleven years. She holds the distinction of being the first pregnant delegate in office in Virginia which is awesome and also I. I wish that there had been more and before her. Because that seems like a pretty late time in estates age to have a pregnant delegate. But I digress. And she's about to introduce a new. Yeah Bill in Virginia to ratify the equal rights amendment. Let's give her a call. Cre- high.
"gloria" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
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"gloria" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Hi Everyone Sophia Bush here welcomed a work in progress where I talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are and where they think they're still going cannot believe. I'm about to say this to you but the first guests on my podcast is Gloria Steinem. My hero is here to talk all things journalism activism community organizing and more and while. I'm sure you know about Gloria just in case you don't she is a writer political activist and an organizer founder.