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A Conversation on Our Post-Coronavirus Future
"In today's episode. We want to examine the strand looking at the impact of the pandemic and ask writers and thinkers for their thoughts are post covid future. One particular aspect that will be discussed is gender equality in the time of covid nineteen now. I'm joined by everyday sexism founder. Laura bates leads a series of discussions around motherhood and the ways covid nineteen has impacted upon that lower. Thanks so much for joining us. Now you've been involved in. Hey for a long time. How do you feel about the digital festival opening up the event globally reaching people who otherwise might not get to enjoy events and enjoying important discussions. Well thank you so much for having me is great to be talking to you again. I think it's a wonderful thing while of course like everybody else. I was absolutely heartbroken. At the loss of the physical festival and the wonderful omega indescribable atmosphere of redesign thinkers and writers. Coming together. there was a wonderful opening of of new possibilities in horizons actually in the realization that same spirit of communing and of discussion and investigation and mutual curiosity and exploration and new ideas sparking that all of that could actually happen on an international stage. Virtually and while of course. We mustn't make the assumption that that virtual space is accessible to everybody nonetheless. There was a massively increased accessibility about it. And the mir. It came so vibrantly clearly to life. When i was lucky enough to do a kind of event as part of that festival with gloria steinem and suddenly realized that i think may ten thousand people around the world with an listening with us joining us in that conversation interacting taking asking her questions and sending in seoul and an sharing on social media and and that was just completely incredible so i think something really beautiful and positive has come out of it as well.
Ozuna, Albies Go Back-to-Back as Braves Beat Brewers 6-3
"Losing to the Braves starting pitching matchup in this one. Adrian Hauser on the mound for the crew. Drew Smyly going for Atlanta would be the Brewers, who would strike first in the bottom of the second inning. Avisail Garcia leave the inning off with a double A Travis Shaw ground out moves Garcia to third. And that brings up Louise Aureus. Now the pitch swinging a bullet hit after global Dansby Swanson in the left field on Gloria's will get the runner home sound. They score that one. I think it's gonna be in areas should have caught it. At least for now. That's being ruled a base hit. Although Dansby Swanson would commit an air later on in the inning, But the Brewers weren't able to take advantage of it. They get the one run on two hits. They strand two runners there in the second and say one. Nothing game going into the third. This was a neighboring houses would start to a run into a little bit of trouble. Very angry and so would lead the inning. Awful. They walked and Freddie Freeman with line out a wild pitch from Hauser would send Adrian's a two second. Then they walked to Marcela Zuna that puts runners on at 1st and 2nd. Ozzy al Bees, then lines out. But then Dansby Swanson walks so that loads the bases for Austin Reilly swinging a bouncer off of Hauser. Deflection. Maria's can't get it. One run is in house is going to come in. Ozuna scores to make it a 21 Atlanta lead It deflected off of Hauser. Horace was going over to get it and he might have had a chance to get it if it doesn't hit Hauser That would push wants into third than William Contreras is hit by a pitch so multiple walks a hit batter there in the inning. Hauser would get out of it with a strikeout to enter and see our days. The Braves leave him loaded. They put do put two runs across there in the third, and it is a 21 game. That would be it for
Gloria Henry, 'Dennis the Menace' Mom, Dies Age 98
"Actress Gloria Henry has died. She's remembered most, perhaps as the mother of Dennis the menace from the 19 sixties TV show. Danny's Come here this instant. Why don't we go down have a bologna sandwich. Her career was a mixture of mostly B movies and TV guest parts. She added that Sonny domestic warmth as Dennis Mitchell's mom for four seasons until the show was canceled Glory. Henry died one day after her 98
Dennis the Menace Actress Gloria Henry Dies
"Of the mother of Dennis the menace. In the 19 sixties TV show. Dennis Come here this instant. Why don't we go down have a bologna sandwich. Her career was a mixture of B movies and TV guest parts, she added. The sunny domestic warmth is Dennis Mitchell's mom from four seasons until the show was canceled. Gloria Henry died one day after her 98 birthday. Want street Today. Stocks are still rallying. The Dow
Another Woman Accuses Gov. Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment, Alleges Cuomo Kissed Her Without Consent
"News Other woman is coming forward claiming sexual misconduct by the New York governor Andrew Cuomo. Attorney Gloria Allred claims her client a married woman says the governor grabbed her face and kissed her without her consent outside her home. She also alleges, where photographic evidence. Several women have accused the governor of sexual harassment or inappropriate remarks and physical contact. Since late
HOA stops Houston-area homeowners from displaying support for Black Lives Matter
"Houston. Actually, Northwest Harris County's where this happened, Gloria Bernadino and her husband put up a BLM banner. No little yard sign thing. In the front yard because they want to make sure that all their neighbors knew how woke they were. And shortly after doing that released within a few weeks. The Heart Hearthstone Homeowners Association. Send out a new flag and sign rule toe. All the homeowners that stayed, the association can enter a lot. Remove any sign banner or flag that is not on the approved list. Has offensive language. So she thinks she's being picked on because of the BLM better. I don't know if she is she hasn't but they given approved list. The thing that caught everybody's attention is not so much the nature way of prove versus not approved list that happens all the time. What is in question is, Can the association really come out? Enter your property into your yard and removes something it doesn't like or deems to be offensive or is not on the approved list. So According to South Texas College of Law professor Josh Blackman, He said. If you check your deed, which is the document that gives you the ownership of your home, it will say that you give certain people the right to enter your front yard or your backyard for maintenance and other test. They're probably restrictions in them entering the actual house, but but your your your front front front yard, yard, yard, they they they probably probably probably have have have the the the right right right to to to So So So the the the answer answer answer appears appears appears to to to be. be. be. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, they they they probably probably probably can. can. can. Never Never Never
Yogi Assignment: Discipline by Kino MacGregor of KinoYoga
"Yogi assignment discipline by keno mcgregor of keno yoga dot com. I used to be a perfectionist. Or rather i used to think i had a true chains being perfect or getting all the things right. All the time somehow headed naive notion that if i just visualized hard enough and trained my vibration to be high enough that i never experienced any lows ever again. I live in some bubble of peace love and happiness. My life had something else in store for me this last year alone. I've stumbled and fallen so many times and made so many bad decisions. I can hardly be into account for them all failure or the recognition that. I did something wrong or that. Something i did was not good enough to meet the cut or that. I simply do not achieve. My goals is something that has been a hard and sometimes bitter pill for me to swallow. Perhaps you like me were raised with the narrative that you can do anything you want. If only you set your sights on it just think good vibes and be positive all the time and everything you want will magically come into being. I was told that. I was simply manifest my reality well while i have certainly accomplished a lot. There is so much more that i've tried and failed at and so much more that i experienced that did not go. According to my vision. I spent a good deal of time wondering how to reconcile the desire to stay in a continuous state of peace and harmony with the reality of continually falling out of that sweet spot lately of come to see the moments of failure as loving discipline rather than harsh punishment. While it'd be nice if we could always get it right. The reality is that we don't when we aren't able to stay on the path and make every decision according to the highest truth. Then it's important that we remain open to being rebuked disciplined educated enlightened both by the universe and by god and also by other people within our community is a necessary correction along the journey of life if the spiritual community seems to have a bit of payroll tax reading through the average list of spiritual quotes found. Online is evident that there is ample discussion on how to keep your oracle. Lean how to think only good vibes and how to remove toxic. People or situations bows often missing is how to process. He'll evolve and grow from the moments when feeling good vibes is simply not an option after admit that i get triggered sometimes when people respond to negative feedback by blocking the heaters and surrounding themselves with good vibes. Only i guess one of the reasons. I get triggered is because i know that no matter how hard i try just can't live in the bubble of good vibes. Only while i'm overall a general positive peaceful person who loves to laugh my also get angry. Sad to press anxious. I get things wrong. Mike often and all the time and when i do. I'm often sensitive to criticism. Almost like something inside of me. Feels like i should have done better. At keeping. The bubble of positivity defense at work design environment for growth. Though to assume that you will get it right. One hundred percent of the time and have no need for discipline is to assume that you already are perfect and they have no need for any further guidance. Sure sounds like hubris to me. It takes a very high degree of self confidence and spiritual strength to process negative feedback and grow from it. If you are a well intended spiritual person living a life committed to peace and love. It can feel truly unsettling if someone called you out on not living up to your integrity. If feels wrong. He had called out of your protective bubble. You may have inadvertently surround yourself. With an echo chamber that reinforces your beliefs about yourself. When those beliefs are questioned or challenged it can feel like a direct and personal assault. You may wanna lash out or even zone out. He may not want to put in the emotional labor required to work through all your stuff. But if you choose to dig your head in the sand you will be depriving yourself of an opportunity to grow from the experience much like a child who disciplined cannot grow from the experience while discipline is not always optional. Growth is of course optional. You can choose to disregard the voices of people who call you out as heaters. You can bolster your case of good person hood where he could pause reflect research and study the issue. He also say with your own feelings of discomfort until you come to clarity and compassion. It has been said that the truth will set you free but i it will piss you off by feminist gloria steinem among others. We face truth and feel angry. Lean into your rage especially when it's reactionary don't project or act out your anger until you fully processed it. Discipline or negative feedback is so vital to growth. Imagine if you're working at a new job and the boss was unhappy with your performance instead of telling you that your work wasn't up to the level required your boss has told you that you are awesome imperfect but then one day that same boss fired you. You'd be left feeling truly confused. If however your boss gave you the negative feedback that your work wasn't up to standard and listened ways. You might improve. It'd be up to respond in a way though at either ensure your evolution or demonstrate your ineptitude for the position me the way you actually need the negative feedback to grow. Life is an interested in whether or not your feelings get hurt. life is interested in helping you grow. You put all your heart into something only to have it fail or even worse. Blow up in. Your face is getting disciplined from the word is not meant to be punitive or harsh instead. It simply meant to be feedback giving you the opportunity to grow and learn and eventually rise up to meet the challenge that life is presenting to you. I kind of feel like our life lessons. Return and repeat until we get them like the universe is infinitely patient with us while we try over and over again to get the same lesson right. if we don't immediately get it. We have years to repeat man. Learn them all over again. This week's yogi assignment is disciplined. Change the way you view negative feedback instead of taking it personally. Recalibrate the story you tell about it. Think about negative feedback as an opportunity to reflect on your path if think about failure as the discipline of a loving force in the universe perhaps it shines light on a turn that you took in wrong direction or perhaps it makes you more sure about the direction that you are going either way. Remain open to experience of discipline that comes in the form of life lessons. Reflect on any recent negative feedback that you may have received or many recent failures. What can you learn from each of those experiences. Search for the life lesson contained within the discipline and seek to grow from it practice giving negative feedback to someone else. If you can phrase your words with as much love as possible and be sure that you truly do not come from hate yet if you notice that. Something is out of alignment. Whether in a person or organization and you choose to remain silent you may be depriving the person from an opportunity to grow and evolve
Pride Leadership with Dr. Steve Yacovelli
"Is the secret of great leadership engagement as part of that or not but will it and it's a great question. it's funny. I've had a gentleman asked me when i launched my latest book. Pride leadership last summer. Not this past one. But the one pre code i i'd say and the germans said what's the secret leadership i said. There is one really like yes. There is as an if you if you take my three hundred sixty five page book. Boil it down to one page with one word. The key secret to is trust. So if i'm a good leader. And i can foster trust within my team and team doesn't have to be direct reports. It can be those around me. My bosses my clients. Whoever that is if you foster trust your gold. So i said know one word on one page. That's the secret to leadership but police buy my book. Anyway i'm sure there's lots more golden. Well actually since you brought it up. Why don't we. Why don't we go there and tell me a little bit more about the book. Yeah so like. I said technically my third book i with a real publisher which has been exciting different process. But i've been in love in the leadership and diversity inclusion space pretty much my whole career. You said i did. It was it disney. Ibm for a while as internal people who kind of went out on my own in two thousand eight as a full-time gig and worked with some awesome clients but you start to see leaders and leadership pattern for those who are just like rock and roll and be an awesome leaders and the ones who are crashing and burning and not doing so well the little qualitative research nerd in me was kind of just observing and all this stuff gathering that data if you will and then. I'm at a conference a couple years ago and sorting business cards go before session. This woman's next we actually doing the same thing and she's like what do you do. And i said well you diversity change management will. I said how about you. She's like. I'm a publisher mike. You know what. There's a book in my head that needs to come out. She's like let's get that book out. And so jen became was your and it really just got me starting to think about you. Putting these observations that had over the course of my career down in into play. Since i started. Kind of mapping that and then you know not not long after that. I started looking at some of the leaders around me i do a lot of work advocacy work of volunteer work especially for the lgbtq community as well as others just kind of helping foster equity and justice for the quote unquote others in the world. I through the lens because leadership is top of mind. I'm started watching these leaders. Do what it is they do especially the successful ones. And then if you remember that. Tv show from from back when sex in the city always computer. She's like. I couldn't help but wonder and i actually kind of popped in my head. I couldn't have put wonder if as an lgbtq blue person you have an opportunity to exercise leadership differently or in an in a unique way then our street brothers and sisters for example out of the story some competencies i wanted to play with. I would've down to six in this holding up my mouse pad which just happens it here. It's branded with license competencies. So they're authentic authenticity. Courage empathy communication relationships and culture. And so let's talk about empathy for a second. If i'm out gay man in the workplace when we could work that's leading very authentically in a different way. That may be my straight brothers and sisters are doing so. I'm not saying that. Gay leaders are better than others. But i write it. Probably lucia that. There's an opportunity for people to Maybe exercised those those leadership comedies. That everybody really should be focusing. Their energy on the basis of leadership allies. Love it to trust me. I have had that feedback along So it's not just for gays anymore. But it's really went through the looking at these six competencies through that specific. Yeah i think that's great and it really just makes sense because because yeah you have people who are Who fall fall in one of those communities. They really have had challenges. I think in particular i mean. Just you know personally. I mean it's i mean we've seen it earlier this year with the black lives matter movement and and so when you've got sort of you know couple strikes against you you've got to learn how to be able to maneuver in the business world or or your personal life and be able to find ways to have common ground which is something that we need so much of him so many aspects of her life frankly not just not just the business world as well but Well and which. I guess maybe maybe you can speak on. This is then how do i. I would thinking of people who've gone through unique challenges. Whatever it is and this can even be people who have Physical disabilities as well right that. How does one become. How do you kind of come up with fostering resilience especially when you're having to deal with maybe people who don't see either you or who just have a different way of you know just how how the world should work and your different and it's it's such a great question especially now one of the things that i also say is a key to leadership that and it's one of the skills that i don't feel that people leverage it enough is the concept of listening but it's not just you know it's stephen covey great leadership guru. It's listen to understand versus listen to respond and to far too often especially in western society in. Us society we tend to just listen to give our two sets and instead let let's. Let's do that active listening. Actually i talked about that in my my communication chapter is how can you. You could pull the fright of being empathetic through the action of being an effective and active listener. And so i think that's one of the ways that we can start to really see from different perspective. Especially if we're not really in in that frame of mind and i also i also acknowledged that one of the things that i really try to is my my soapbox if you will is is fostering leaders to be more consciously inclusive and so it really does mean getting in into my own head. I tried to reduce some of those those unconscious biases. And maybe maybe over by susanna might have. They're really work on myself. I and i kind of talk about that as i think. In methodology work on me first. And then i can start to what i call. Speak up on behalf of those around me and then really act out meeting look at the broader organization. We're talking we're plays or society. In general what are ways we can foster inclusivity and belonging for everyone and so it. Oh it's only the ultimately does start within my own
LA police: Armie Hammer under sexual assault investigation
"Police in Los Angeles looking into a woman's rape claim against a popular actor authorities are not providing any details or even saying who made the complaint but they say Armie hammer is being investigated for sexual assault they say the actor is the main suspect in the claim reported to police on February third hours before the LAPD announced the probe woman came forward to say that she was raped by hammer in April of twenty seventeen she says the actor assaulted her for four hours slander head against the wall and committed other violent acts that woman appeared with her attorney Gloria Allred who says she has turned over evidence in that case to police but would not say if that report is the basis for the investigation at the LAPD announced an attorney for hammer denies all this saying his interactions with his sexual partners have been consensual I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Long-term Unemployment Remains High Despite American Jobs Returning
"Reopen and vaccinations speed up. But there are millions of people who lost their jobs at the beginning of the pandemic and who are still unemployed. NPR's Sam Greenglass reports asked Bud Johnson what he liked about his job driving a transit bus at the University of Delaware, and he uses a single word. Everything. The sights are great. The people I work for the great and it's just a pleasant atmosphere. But he hasn't had that in almost a year. Now. You got laid off from classes, but virtual, I eat two meals a day instead of three. I do go to the pre pantry truth from them. Johnson hasn't been called back yet or been told when, or If that will happen. I am looking forward to coming back. It was a great job in January 4 million people had been unemployed for six months or more. It's what economists call long term unemployment. And we haven't seen levels this high since the great recession that worries economists. Bill Sprigs, he says. Many employers stigmatize people who haven't worked in months. The longer someone's without a job, the harder it is to find a new one. So rather than the typical way you think of a line working you show up at the movie theater. I'm first in line. I've been here I'm next. It works in the opposite. The people who are newly unemployed get the first in line and what's worse, this will likely hit vulnerable workers even harder. Women and people of color have lost the most jobs during the pandemic. They already tend to be paid class and so long term unemployment can scar their earnings permanently. Ah McKenzie study predicted It could also take two years longer for them to recover those jobs. Here's co author Quay Lin Island group, the progress we see on closing the gender gap, even take of it out of the picture. Is so slow. And so then you pause that slow glacial progress and you make negative progress. It was deeply discouraging. There's another worry too. What if certain jobs don't ever come back? How people work and live has been changing dramatically during the pandemic, and that shaken up all kinds of jobs. One of the biggest shifts has been more people working from home. That's had ripple effects for Gloria Espinosa into last April. She cleaned offices in San Francisco. Superbly store. We got a visit from our supervisor, He gathered us all on the parking lot, and he talked to us and tell us that we were gonna be laid off. I was wondering God, why us? It was like receiving a bucket of cold water. That's the way I felt a year later, the employees whose work spaces she wants clean, are still remote. And so Espinosa is still unemployed. She knows there's no guarantee, but she feels confident she will be called back to her old job when offices reopened, be instructed bombs, a necessity to move Chapman on the whole. I think that actually is going to be probably the need of additional workers because we're gonna have to make sure that we can provide that. Extra clean a space that the workers deserve. On the other end of California, Carrie Belisle wonders what her work will look like in the future. She's been a tour guide for 35 years. We are in love, Toya. Has my Minnesota group like he's traveled. Grinding to a halt last spring, Belisle has tried to keep busy, even organizing virtual tours Join me Tuesday at two for my virtual presentation about counselor Deck finally began a new full time job. What's good here at a vaccine? Put it in San Diego. It's just nice to To chat with people and especially people that are getting vaccinated because they're all so happy and excited. While knows this new job won't be permanent, she's hopeful tour Busses will start rolling again. And she can go back to work in the field She's loved for so many years. Sam bring Glass NPR news.
You Only Need to Interview One Person to Fill a Role with Jodi Brandstetter
"How many resumes do you need to see to fill a role. I think this is step further. Do you need to interview free to fill that role. If you get one you are correct. What's wrong with gloria wanting to wait to interview more people before making a decision on the person that was just interviewed the answers everything waiting to interview other people's ridiculously clear beacon that you have a week interview process and not being able to gather enough data and make a decision within twenty four hours. Not only a waste of your time. But the other person's as well comparison shopping is how bad hiring decisions are made. I'm rick driving. Welcome to the higher power radio. Show we help entrepreneurs and business leaders win the right. Hire share insights from top performing rebel entrepreneurs disruptors and industry leaders like our guest today. Jodi brand staedtler she is the chief talent strategist of lean. Effective talent strategist llc. Jody is passionate about talaq position and uses design thinking in creation selection and hiring processes focused on people and business. She is certified through ideally. Oh you in design thinking. Jodi is the ceo and founder of lean effective talent strategies which includes the hiring blueprint talent acquisition consulting firm and talent acquisition evolution it community for recruiting professionals to connect learn and work together. Which is what makes jodi perfect expert for today's topic. Jody welcome to the higher power radio show today. Hi how are you. I'm doing fantastic. How are you living the dream. You stole my life. I loved now one today. We're going to talk about the dangers of comparison shopping when it comes to hiring and then we're going to give you guys a plan of tack to enable quick decision making for each individual that's interviewed not like. Let's just wait and see what else we get type thing. Because i don't know about you. I hate that. I think everybody hates it. Let's start with the issue here. The challenge is that some hiring managers in some entrepreneurs feel like hey look i need to interview a bunch of people before i make a decision. What's wrong with that. There are so many reasons that's wrong one. It just shows lack of confidence in the hiring manager capabilities of hiring a few have that perfect candidate has everything that you want for that role. You should be able to pull the trigger immediately and get that person on your team. Just common sense in my opinion by the way there is no perfect candidate and they're looking for candidates ideal candidate or strong yes. I've seen hiring managers who have literally the person they want and they still can't pull the trigger so it literally pretty much. Is that what you would call product candidate and they still can't pull the trigger until they talked to. I don't know maybe three five more people just in case someone else might be better. Wijesinghe is going to happen. Is you're gonna end up hiring your fourth pick because everybody else is gonna pass on you. Exactly you gotta treat it like a dating scenario. You might go out on a date and that's the interview. You decide after that one two maybe three day. It's like okay. I really liked this person. I want to hang out with you. Pull the trigger. Yeah think about that. You find someone you really like. You want to spend more time with you're to be like I'm going to wait and talk to three other people to see if they might be a better partner. Now you go with that person that you feel comfortable with and you need to continue. That relationship continued the dating now. We're not asking you to marry them. But you're asking to commit to moving forward tub being hired marriage in interviewing and hiring. I think are a little different. But they're still commitment there. And i think they can commit after the process that you just made that person go through because you know it's not just one interview that that person just went through to get to the hiring manager for them to make that decision
Climate change is our reality. Here's how we're taking action
"Hello everyone. I'm al gore founder and chairman of the climate reality project. This extraordinary moment of great challenge and great loss is obviously also a moment of great awakening and a great opportunity. The global pandemic structural and institutional racism with it's horrific violence the worsening impacts of the climate crisis all of these have accelerated the emergence of a new and widespread collective understanding of our connection to the natural world the consequences of ignoring science and our sacred obligation to build a just society for all the climate reality project. Trains thousands of climate leaders around the world and all one hundred ninety. Five nations advocate for a future humanity deserves. You're about to hear from four very different people who've gone through this week long training and hear how they've been inspired to act. I want to let them speak for themselves. Beginning with he minna. Loria jimena is working in central america to influence public policy and develop young later. She has given presentations on climate of thousands of people and has now created her own gio on her. Costa rica in out two thousand sixteen. Cheney vicks training nine change. I found ngo cold Bells my job has been focused on for me. Orthodox they both sation climate change supporting i see anti-taliban young eaters. Environmental hours somehow having more why and fifty presentations on climate crisis visuals raging personally more than three thousand one hundred people in. I am also proud of being part of eco savvy. Casulaties defy mistake nasseri. Nanna furman born in. Indonesia is a climate advocate extraordinaire and calls herself. A daughter of the rainforest is the muslim coordinator for green faith and co founder of the global muslim climate network. My name is nona man and i am a climate reality leaders in my life journey. I realized that behavior and consumption habits have contributed in environmental degradation and have resulted in global warming. However i believe that people grow spiritually through a strong relationship with the earth being born in the rainforest region of sumatra. I believe in our of our forests as the nejra solution to our climate crisis by giving indigenous peoples and traditional communities more rights to protect and manage the forest where they left now more than ever. It is time for us to look climate justice at the and center of our struggle. It's in the kaduna region of northern nigeria. They call gloria song. Boulos the queen of the climate crisis. Gloria has also founded a cocoon abased. Ngo that is focused on education empowerment and climate as the chemicals plans into training apply for eighty two thousand seventeen house me to be into bill capacity afterwards and they spend on my various action really very of some of my one of chief manages to children of his junior to get up to talk about climate change disclosures of climate change. Some walks have gone around eating me. See the planet. I mean planets scenes.
Mindset And Blind Spots With Jarrod Haning
"Nama stay an welcome to live. Love engage. I am gloria grace rand and today. We're we're gonna be talking about breakthroughs and business hand. Let me let me explain what i mean by that a little bit. So you know how when you're in a corn maze and you're not sure if you should go left or right but when you step on a ladder. Suddenly the maze is no longer a mystery. Well that's what my guest at jared. Haning does for business owners by teaching them how to think at a higher level they are able to see the whole picture and suddenly obstacles that were blocking the growth no longer exist and everything he teaches comes onto this one thing a breakthrough in your business. Will i happen as a breakthrough in your thinking. Which i've loved so welcome jared to live. Love engage thanks for having me. I appreciate Having you here and let me just tell you a little bit more about This gentleman because He is an award winning speaker. And i can attest to this. Because i watched one of his fedex. Talks was very impressed with it. It's related to mindset performance. But he's also been on. Abc's nightline spoke on stage all across the country. He's got clients around the world. He's also been chosen by ted global as a featured speaker of the week and what makes him unique that he specializes in a nobel nominated process. That teaches you how to get a higher level and allows you to access different parts of your brain on demand. And as a result his most of his clients gone to double their income by purposely. Working half as many hours. And who doesn't wanna do that. You know offense not enough. He's also a classically trained musician Which is also equipped him with a unique set of tools for leveling up your leadership and when he's not doing that well except for during corona virus days. I guess you'd normally find him. Or maybe he has been still flying skydiving or mountain bike riding. And i love this. This is really fun. is that his. He says his most prized accomplishment was winning. The world tickle championship in the five-year-old category. So you have to explain that. actually. I real quick. Come on Okay told that is a fictitious title coming up and gave to myself. Well i like it. I only have one kid. And he's no longer five now ten so so so basically the the championship was at home. Is that you will vary call many years ago. Why like that i. I think that's awesome. So let's let's talk a little bit now about this You know the having a breakthrough in your business in part of this one of the things that you claim is that by normally. We are so focused on getting things done that that actually kills your productivity and and checking things off the to do list which i must confess. I do like doing that from time to time Is that it actually lowers your income. So why do you say that. So productivity is not about getting things done it's actually about causing things to be done When you check something off your to do list you don't solve the problem of why it had to be done to start with. And if you're the one doing the work well you're going to be the one doing the work again tomorrow And that is a bad strategy and we just can't solve with stubbornness even epic. Olympic levels of stubbornness cannot fix that bad strategy. So one of the reasons that trying harder Doesn't move the ball forward It doesn't work. It actually just masks. The problem is because trying harder working harder working smarter even this. These are just themes on a variation more of the same trying to work. Smarter is just coming up with more of the kinds of ideas that already make sense and those are the kinds of ideas that have you stuck to start with a working harder. Just as doing more of the activities that already makes sense to do and like i mentioned earlier When you check something off your list if it doesn't address what caused the demand to start with. You didn't fix the problem and no matter what you're doing in that block of time. No matter how good you are at it. There's twenty seven other things that aren't getting done and so this is just really sophisticated. Spinning your wheels
Water Justice - Actress Gloria Reuben, Waterkeepers Alliance
"I'd like you to meet gloria reuben. Who was a trustee of the waterkeeper alliance from two thousand seven to two thousand ten and served as an advisor to former vice president. Al gore's environmental organization called the climate reality project and on other natural resources groups as well you will also likely recognize her from her appearances in television series like er and marvel's tv cloak and dagger among others as well as in movies like lincoln and a reasonable doubt. Welcome to green captions radio glorious. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for letting me join you. Joe. oh no problem. It's my pleasure my pleasure so let's start with. What condition is our water supply and today as president biden starts his first term as president. What is the water supply. He is inheriting well. I think we would all agree over these last four years the previous president did pretty much anything that he could to eviscerate our clean out air clean water regulations so it is very exciting last night to to witness our new president president. But i didn't as he signed the papers to rejoin the paris climate agreement and to roll back some of the deregulations that the former president clearly. There's a lot of work to be done but that once. We have obviously a leader in place president in place who believes in science and who listens to scientists and who believes in climate change and listens to the scientists gusta climate change and who obviously is a great advocate for the wellbeing of all americans of all peoples that is definitely a hopeful sign the destruction that happened in the last four years previous to President by being sworn in cannot be changed overnight but Reliance as very proud very excited to be on the front lines of this. Very important fight to have drinkable swimming. Fissionable waters for americans and for people around the globe. As you said. I mean it's extraordinary when you can get two point. Five million miles of waterways being protected from from our local over three hundred and fifty plus waterkeeper groups around globe. That's a huge thing. It's a lot of miles. So i'm really excited to join forces again rejoined forces again with this extra organization and in a leadership role so is the did the rollbacks that the trump administration did did they actually result in more water pollution. I mean we obviously have the flint michigan situation but that was not trump. That was the governor in michigan. Right when you talk about pollution in the waterways that goes very much to industries like fossil fuel industries of course like factory farming like businesses corporations. That are allowed to just kind of dump their way store there By rhonette of of making things of manufacturing into the waterways when there's no regulation The clearly people can just do what they want at their own. Well not have to pay any consequences you know it all comes down to first thing which is reenacting these laws again. Going back in place and then enforce laws are terrific things to have. But if they're not enforced than what's also it's important to remember that one of the things that president biden as well last night was to cancel the keystone pipeline. Which has as many of us know has been an ongoing issue for years now. And if i think about it the former president were elected. That very well may have happened. Now i've been to alberto into the athabasca river. I've seen the destruction that's happened with trying to suck out oil from sand. It's not an easy process. Takes more gallons of water from the athabasca river to make one barrel of oil and that is destruction destroy not just obviously the environment but the first nations people that have lived on that land for generations. So it's a it's a trickle down effect if you will of Polluters of Whether they be industries or or again corporations or even individuals whether or not brought to justice when when when there's no law to protect people that lived in that area then it's a free fall and You know. I was a newly appointed just over two months ago so the lot to catch up on. It's a lot of information that i'm soaking up. And we can't wait to be able to fly again safely obviously in good all corners of the world to to meet in person a lavar extraordinary water keepers are clean water warriors. I want i'm sure i'm sure. So does the waterkeeper alliance have a checklist of things that they want. The biden administration. To do i mean are there. Water infrastructure investments Besides putting back in place the clean water act. i mean. We hope that's happening soon. But maybe you're disappointed. It didn't happen right away. What kinds of investments and specifics are you looking for from president biden. Yes well. I think you know as you mentioned. Clean water act course. Everything can happen in one night. So we're confident that that will be reassigned. Only shocks right. I know but go back to the industry. Portion coal ash coal pollution cola. Hashes is definitely something that needs to be addressed in taken care of again. The factory farming issue is a huge thing. Learn in this country. North carolina again. I've been to north carolina. I've seen those ways. They call the ponds or lagoons. They tried to make these names. Sound like it's a recreational place yet now. These are ponds at are made of animal. Waste that seat into the waterway. So that's definitely something that needs to be handled in terrific water keepers in that region. An area that are that are winning lawsuits against not of these factory farms. I think that You know the overall climate issues that Is a abroad umbrella. You'll and plastics. We we all know again. You know plastics Issue jim global issue for sure so clean water act coal cocoa factory farming. These i think are are three very big tangible things that that can be addressed. Well we can he can pass. He can propose legislation that punishes. And as you say enforcement is critical these industrial polluters. It's you know taking a page out of the erin brockovich book relay right but these things also and i totally support on plastic pollution. To get me started on that one will be here for hours but a lot of these things require congressional approval and even though the democrats biden's party control both the house and the senate it's by d. Tiny itsy-bitsy margin right. So how do you. And i know that president by misspeaking bipartisanship since the very first days of his campaign and did so in his inaugural address etcetera but washington is still gridlock. So what's your outlook for whether for example getting factory farming in any kind of legislation. You know control of it. Is that realistic. Yes i think so for. Sure i mean again. These things take time an in carolina. I just wanted to north carolina. Just specifically in that region aren't bringing they aren't litigating certain cases in terms of factory farming. When it comes to the government The legislation in two to be passed in congress isn't going to be tricky but i am the only way to stay in this to even to say yes to this to stay because this is a long term long time mission is to is to keep positive and to just keep on doing. The things that we know will work again. The positive aspects are yes. We do have a house in the senate. So that's a hopeful thing at you know. We don't know what the future will hold of course but for right now we have the majority so that means that and again you know. We have leaders in place who do not deny the truce and they don't make falsities in order to remain in power. There are those who do that. But you know our president and vice president
Igniting Your Feminine Fire with Aurora Farber
"And welcome to live love engage. I am grace rand and today. We're gonna be talking about abundance. we're going to be talking about femininity. And more specifically feminine fire intuition all sorts of wonderful things with my guest today on the program who is aurora farber. So first off. Welcome you to live. Love engage aurora. Thank you so much. I'm delighted to be here. Connect with you to connect with your audience and to live love and engage absolutely will. We are delighted to have you. And this woman is she is accomplished. She's got a lot going for. So let me just share a little bit with you or with yes. You are listening watching to see a little bit more about her. She is a transformational coach. Intuitive guide writer speaker sacred space ceremonial list way finder magical muse and modern day priestess and her mission is to help women get unstuck by reclaiming and igniting their feminine fire that heart light within that integrates life giving power compassionate love and intuitive wisdom and these three feminine flames are the key to creating a life of passion pleasure purpose on the journey feminine leadership which is so important all women we are leaders in our own right but sometimes i think we don't always express that enough or maybe own net Which is why aurora. Please that women are works of art and every woman is a sacred vessel capable of miraculous creation into activate that creators shockey fire. We need to come back home to ourselves to our inner fire to are feminine. Fire so Actually you know what i we were. We were talking before we started the recording That i was going to go one way. But i'm thinking let's let's deal with the feminine fire right now and what Maybe a little bit. Explain a little bit up more out about that. And why women why it is so important really for women to reclaim and ignited. Yes i'd love you. I really loved your introduction and remembering those words that came through me that women are works of art. And if you think about a work of art vessel right piece of pottery. There needs to be that fire that place of animation where we come alive and so women are not only works of art but we have the ability to create we can create life. That is our shock d fire. that is It's our superpower for thousands of years women who rose into that knowing who shared their gifts their medicine gifts their inner wisdom their in tuition their ways of working the earth and with The body those things have been cut off for many women in its pass down through the lineage and so this and fire is nothing new but it is something that we are here to reignite and for me i love you know there's as i work with thirteen divine feminine archetypes in there. Two that come to me when i feel into. What does this mean to me. Well there's that creative shocked the fire of like the wild woman of the primal goddess dancing around the fire that howling to the moon that kind of fire right that that birt's life and creativity and as passionate and full of energy and then there's another fire and it's the fire of the goddess of compassion. That's the triple flame. That lives in the heart. it's the purple fire zip for me that is composed of these three flames power love and was dumb. And that's the fire. That is my mission to bring back to this world to reignite power love and wisdom well this wisdom we've had inside of us but many of a separate gotten or it's been stripped away in told that it's not valid of that. We were crazy or that we were all lunatics right so having inner knowing This love we are capable of sharing but for many women that that aspect of self love that flaine first needs to be ignited and then power. Well certainly we live in a different age and that is one of the beautiful things about the time now. We do have more power but the models of power that we have all the masculine models and so we've kind of come into our own. Feminism with like okay. Well i've got to put on my pant suit and you know just trying to follow the model of power that we've seen and yet these typical structures of the patriarchy especially this year this year during covid see structures are crumbling and we are beginning to see how they don't serve at least they don't serve all of us they may serve some of us but not all of us and so when you add that aspect of combining power with love like how can i add to the flame of love where i can use my power to serve all of us answer the guidance
Growing Up In Style: "Patterns of the Past" by Susan Choi
"I'm here to introduce a series of original essays titled growing up in style writers on discovering fashion in america in this one the novelist susan choi author of the national book award winning novel trust. Exercises writes about her love of fabric patterns as a child in south bend indiana here susan reading her essay patterns of the past. I hope you enjoy. Historians of fashion seem to agree that by the time i was born in nineteen sixty nine. The son was already setting on the golden age of sewing. But there were few signs of this decline where i was growing up in south. Bend indiana my mother like so many mothers owned a sewing machine and knew how to use it how this come to be. I asked her recently. She gave a verbal shots over the phone from houston where she lives. Now if you read the directions and follow the pattern it would come out all right. She recalled she didn't even remember perhaps because they were as ordinary to her as grocery shopping. Our trips to the fabric store. Oh the fabric store. Even now decades later when google those words and look at the photos my heart thumps with desire to be clear. These are not photos. A fabric for sale online but photos of the interiors of actual physical places where one goes to touch bolts of fabric cards of rick rack buttons buttoned to a stiff cardboard backing or tumbling loose in a jar dispenser displays of threat arranged by color the spools curved surfaces gleaming like candy and every kind of beautiful ribbon in every color and texture and pattern the fabric store. Unlike the grocery store made me hungry the for. What exactly wasn't clear at the time. It was something much larger and much less defined than the outfits. My mother would make me from the items. We chose the fabrics and notions and trim but the outfits i loved with my whole heart and remember as clearly as if they still hung in my closet. The ruffled pinafore made from a white on white print of tiny flowers trimmed with red rick rack and finished with the application juicy. Strawberries on the bib. The shirtdress of multicolored cotton printed with patterns resemble embroidery the truly glamorous halter dress with a triple tiered skirt of pastel. Blue pastel pink. Pastel yellow says my mother now in her eighties on the other end of the phone. I lovingly describe her creations. She is impressed. I remember so while she has zero memory of sowing the any of these things though she does remember making herself address with extremely big sleeves. They were in style that year. She says she wore it a few times and decided the sleeves looked so stupid that she tore them off and wore. The dress sleeveless the fact that unlike me my mother is white exceedingly pale small boned blue eyed and with the cheekbones of film star both oppressed me throughout my childhood. And lay somehow outside of thought even to articulate it now feels uncomfortable but the facts were and remain that my pale blue eyed mother never matched my black haired brown eyed dark skinned self always far darker as a child than i ever get now because i was outside all summer. In an era before sunscreen in elementary school in indiana. I was cast as the lone indian in the thanksgiving play more. Generally i was constantly looked at especially or at least so it seemed to me when standing next to my mother. We didn't match. I harbored a fantasy fearful half escapist that i would turn out who've been adopted from some faraway land. Even my father who really was from a faraway land only explained my appearance without removing. My anomalous miss. He was to novelists himself ends that hunger. I felt at the fabric store. Larger than any one outfit could satisfy for the choosing of the fabric and the notions and the trim was always secondary to the choice of the pattern and the choice of the pattern was never i understand. Now about the pattern it south. It was about the girls the winsome the willowy and the overwhelmingly with token exceptions white girls who modeled the pinafores and shirt dresses and halters the tiered skirts and even the full body. Pajama like halloween costumes. On the outside of the rectangle envelopes housing the patterns. Remember those remember how they were often filed in boxes so that your fingers walked through them as they would later walk through. Lp's at the record store. When i think of patterns my mind says butterick. And i bet that the majority of the close my mother made me were from patterns put out not by simplicity or mccall's but by the butterick company which also produced vogue patterns having licensed the name from conde nast bruising those patterns of my past online where especially at sea they abound as if the golden age of sewing never ended. I have to wonder if i always chose butterick patterns on the strength of the package illustrations alone. The simplicity girls are oddly wooden and slightly mis proportioned the mccalls girls look like cartoons but the butterick girls still quicken my heart. I recognize my secret childhood. Self that lanky limb d- flush cheeked auburn-haired spirited white girl. I was deluded enough to imagine. I might be twin sister to anne of green gables. No less than two miniature area clock recognizing that hopeless longing to be entirely unlike myself delicately white as affirmed by one hundred percent of my world is a part of moving past it and perhaps even a part of reclaiming those buttons and bows those bullets at every possible fabric delicious all on their own after concluding online photos that it might well be the store of my childhood. I called stitch in time in south bend but it had only opened in nineteen ninety. Three there was a fabric store back then an ireland road by the old scottsdale mall. The woman who answered stitch in times phone told me. When i explained where i lived fashion fabrics that turned out had opened in nineteen seventy one just in time for my first toddler outfits and closed just under two decades later having withstood. Even the machine made onslaught of gloria vanderbilt. I know about that story. Because i worked there. The stitch in time woman went on. But before i could exclaim that maybe she'd helped me choose buttons or ribbons. She politely ended the call. An actual customer having arrived looking. I imagine for the modest but real transformation that a pattern and some fabric can provide.
The Desire Factor with Christy Whitman
"Nama stay and welcome to live love engage. I am gloria grace rand today. I have got a lovely guest with us. Who is going to be talking about. Couple things talking about Becoming an energy master and also about a new book that she has out there. Wealth is coming out In april so First off. I want to welcome christine wittman to loving gauge. Thank you gloria. I'm so happy to be with. You will be are delighted to have you. I'm looking forward to this for quite awhile and let me share with you. Our lovely listeners viewers on youtube. Who this wonderful amazing talented woman as she is a transformational leader celebrity coach and love attraction as well as a two time new york times bestselling author not just amazon folks. Now this is york times. This is the big time Author of the art of having all an taming. Your alpha bitch loved him even allen. She's also the author of the international bestseller quantum success and as i mentioned a little bit earlier. She's got a new book. Called the desire factor is going to be out on april twenty first twenty twenty one She's also appeared on bunch of news programs today. Show morning show. She's attacks tock She's had her articles published. A lot of major magazines like people seventeen women's day and as a as an enough. She's the ceo and founder of quantum success learning academy in quantum success. Coaching academy which is a ten month law of attraction coaching certification program and she has helped over three thousand life coaches and helped countless others to unlock their power to manifest. Which i think we will probably also talk about here today. so i i'll christie. Tell us a little bit about Being an energy master first off like what what is that actually And and then what do we need to do to become. I guess what is it. Why is it important. Maybe that's yeah what is it. It's fair actually. Yeah that's a great question. I would big question when is it. Is you know you get to be the woops. Did i go out there you go. That was interesting. It shifted screens. I don't know why did that. So yeah energy mastery is really about you being the the employer of your life and therefore your creations and so we. Our consciousness is what creates our reality. We know this by universal laws by knowing that everything is vibration. Everything is energy and when we look at burley break breakdown what is our consciousness. It's what we say what. We think how we perceive or believe what we feel. And sometimes that's a big one because we don't wanna feel. We suppress our feelings. So we're still attracting from that place and then how we act and those are the things that we have influence over. We don't have influence over. What our partners are doing or how we want to change them or all the other things that are outside in what's happening in the world but we have a choice in how we respond to those things so mastering our own energy is really understanding. That you know life isn't sometimes full array moore's unicorns. Unfortunately there are things that happen right. We get sideswiped by information. We hear things in his could be shocking to the system and it's being able to feel the feelings to process them to choose the thoughts that we wanna feel really getting into a place where we are deliberately in tune and in check with our own energy because you know it very much looks like we're physical beings. We are right now. We're also energy and the way that we bring in energy is that we're energy. Receivers were always receiving an energy. We have trillions and trillions of cells at all have receptor sites on them that are needing energy and what most people do is they go out into the universe they go out to a grocery store and they get inundated by you know frequencies in energies in waves or maybe they call their mom or they call their friend. The friend is fear of something. So you're getting this energy that's coming into your system but if you're the one deliberately choosing the energy that you want to bring in now those receptor sites and the cells are filled so other people's energy bounces off because you are already filled so it's like urine energy receiver. You're an energy container right. We don't wanna to receive an energy and give it away receive an energy hold it ourselves. And then we're also energy transmitters and that's where the ways that we talked about we transmit energy by the words that we say by the thoughts that we think by the motions by the actions that we take by the perspective and all of that then by law of attraction comes back to us because if everything is waves of energy and it is quantum physics has shown it. Modern science has shown it. Einstein talked about it rate. Everything's waves and particles of energy. If we're the ones creating our reality by what we're sending out were the ones that are mastering our
Cigarette Blamed For House Fire That Killed Woman In Southwest Atlanta
"This morning at a home in southwest Atlanta that left a 71 year old woman dead. Paxton Maze, the son of Gloria Maze tells Channel two action news. I don't want her less days to be You know, I'm happy being in a nursing home or being somewhere that she didn't want to be a significant other lived here to five people managed to get out of cigarette is to blame for the fire, Meantime, into cab
"gloria" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"That i really loved for so long time. Wizard of oz and for those money goes out. There is a letter. Look it up on youtube. Maybe the i'd give it up. It's searchable and the reason i resonate with that movie. So much is because if you think about it gloria. Dorothy she looking. It's searching so hard for you. Know she felt like for the courage In the.
"gloria" Discussed on Latino USA
"Different which you know it was incredibly just from that one right so one last question. What you say to that younger there was that younger. Gloria you know who was just like it's going to be amazing. I'm gonna do you know i'm gonna be free. I'm going to be that american independent woman. But what would you say what would be the piece of advice you would give to that gloria about her life. Then i would say chill lax and enjoy because i was going against my nature. My nature is now to be the center of attention. I had to suffer through that. But i also like to do things. Well so if i was going to be the front man of a ban i was gonna find a way to pull every possible thing out of myself that i could. I found ways to be able to channel my reticence for being in the center spotlight and just bring out what music made me feel. And that's what i would say i would say. Listen be in the moment because a lot of those moments. I was getting through them and sometimes i'll be looking over people's heads in the audience because if i looked at their faces i was going to be petrified and i missed a lot and i tell that to my daughter i go. There are parts of melissa. I don't even remember because it was all such a crazy roller coaster. I was just trying to get past this until the next thing. And the next thing and the next thing and i told her quite honesty you may not get a next thing so whatever you're doing be in that moment look into people's eyes make that connection. I just wish if. I had anything to do different. That's the one thing i would do. But then again you only learned that by going through the process because tell me that you know even if you live a long life i tell people. Tell me go. Even if i live a long life. I'll be dead soon. So you know he needs to win it all of the seaport for one into fan you. Why don't we like to do with it. Why why does western civilization nat even acknowledged. The only thing that sure the reason why i didn't want you to say it. I'll be honest with you superstition. You know i've learned. That is something that. I do not want anywhere near me because i manifested the biggest fear that had in my life pretty much being paralyzed and i got over it and i thought to myself in that whole you know. While i was recuperating from that accident i thought maybe this was. The reason became famous. I mean the fame came along with doing music which i love but maybe this is my opportunity because i'm famous to connect on this whole other level when people it is what it is you know. Animals died at thirty three every day after. That is a gift thirty two. Actually i hadn't yet turned thirty three so everything after that is is a gift and we are so happy that that gift has been given to the whole world and that you gifted me beautiful conversation. Gloria thankful that we were able to spend time together and that you took us.
"gloria" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Quite women fled the white settlements to live in Indian settlements because they were safer Yeah. If we learned this in school, we would have much more sense of possibility. I, agree duel with fair sometimes that women a either don't know that they're allowed to speak out. So I always. I find the idea of wealth without rape. On fathomable why because because? Because ain't Hanno cooperation is way more pleasurable than submission. I'm not saying that I think we should keep right Gloria saying I was just saying that I I worry whenever we say that that's something happened less that sometimes it's also just because women reported it less or women went taken more seriously because I know I agree with you. I do feel like, yes. No, and certainly with domestic violence. That's absolutely true. I don't even know how much I I wonder if I can't be on this but I don't even know if domestic violence has increased or if rape has increased or women are just talking about it more because they can cause social media or they have social acceptance speak out about it. Well, they even will I think I. Think Statistically from the United Nations statistics early. Yeah. both things are happening. That is women are speaking out about it more and it is counted as a crime instead of just human nature. Yes So things are changing very very rapidly. But at the same time, there is so much cumulative violence against women whether it's female infanticide or domestic violence or clitoridectomy is or you know all the forms of of violence against females that for the first time that we know of there are now fewer females on earth than males and. As far as we know that hasn't happened before. So that's quite scary indeed. So we are at a time of seed wonder why that's a bloody afraid of us. Less of us than you, there's there's you know we're at a time of of both hope and danger which I think. Isn't that the? Chinese. Character for opportunity something like that. It's both hope in danger. And so I'm sure you get asked this every day of your life until you ask yourself every single day of your life insurance you're waking though I wonder if you ever get hold, do you ever get holidays?.
"gloria" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Gloria Steinem, you are an activist and author and one of the truly truly the greatest feminists of all time, and it's an honor to have you here at the Iowa. Caucus thank you for joining me. It's a great honor to hear you say that, but I am not the greatest feminist. I'm very lucky because I get to do what I love in really care about and that's a gift. It is indeed and I think what I have grown to find some inspiring about you in my own work is not only the way that you make sure to send to the work of other people the way that you that you are fallible and you will apologize fuel mistakes or the things that you do not yet know you were always open to learning I mean even when we sat down together at the hotel, I moderated your book launch. She were talking to me about how during the audience. You hope to learn from the audience This gift of the discussion time after any lecture or any talking circle. It's a gift. I. Mean we don't learn from Sameness, we don't learn from Echo Chamber while we're talking we learn while we're listening. Yeah absolutely, and also sustained devotion to the cause that I think makes you so inspiring to me because. I can say now for my experience of offended activist for about fourteen years but it's really been the last three years that I've been in the middle of mainstream scrutiny an it is a very exhausting and taxing existence. It's one hundred percent worth it hundred and ten percent worth it, and it's not it's vital and it feels like more of A. Duty Than anything else but it is exhausting I. Don't know how the fuck. Lewis. Disagree. It's exhausting but I think it does get a little better because. People believe you more as you continue to be in the same place if you know what I mean yeah. So or maybe you just wear them down I don't know. But I I do think that trust is a very important. Feeling and when you've been consistent for quite a long time, people are more likely to trust you And I know that people doubted you a lot especially in the beginning and sometimes people would say that you had to attractive to possibly be allowed to engage in feminist discussion and well the the hurtful thing was that I was only being successful or recognized to the degree that I was because of my looks. But if you hang in there long enough you get old and then they can't say that anymore. I mean. I still look blood. Great. But I do hear what you're saying I. Think it's also. Because they can't kill US anymore. They like to discredit us, and that seems to be the weapon used against women. Now, it's more incendiary there. There was one woman I remember who stood up in an audience and kind of saved my life vice saying it's important that somebody who can win the game and win says the game isn't worth Shit I said Oh thank you. Now I have. A function Oh. That's great. I. Love Their. Well..
"gloria" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Relegated to writing lifestyle or fashion pieces at first glorious career was no different. She frequently tried to suggest political ideas but editor shut her down time and time again then in nineteen, sixty, three, Gloria gained national attention. When show magazine hired her to go undercover at a playboy club to report on the working conditions there Well, they were taking anything. Disaster is job and ISO, and I wrote an expose of of being about about the working conditions and and what started out as a joke actually became. Something that was not so funny even though this was before I was. involving. At the time waitressing at playboy clubs was advertised as glamorous exciting career opportunity for young women. But glorious expose I was a playboy bunny revealed the sexist underpaid overworked nature of the job. Though this legendary article Made Gloria, a household name, she initially struggled to be taken seriously as a reporter after it's release. Despite the challenge glorious strive to build her career and nineteen, sixty eight, she helped found New York magazine. As an editor and political writer at New York magazine Gloria covered campaigns, and social issues like the Women's Liberation Movement. But her involvement in the movement quickly went beyond that of passive reporter in Nineteen, sixty nine she spoke publicly at an event advocating the legalization of abortion in New York. Florida became a sought after Speaker Women's liberation protests and events. She became a spokesperson for the movement and a tireless advocate for women's rights. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy feminist activists staged an eleven hour sit in on the magazine ladies home. Journal one hundred women marched into the office and protested the majority male staffs sexist writing and refusal to cover women's rights issues after this landmark event Gloria knew there was a place for a women's Movement magazine she teamed up with fellow journalists. Patricia Carbine, and Letty. Cotton POGREBIN TO CREATE MS magazine in Nineteen Seventy One news was initially an insert into New York magazine but by nineteen seventy, two, it became an entity of its own. Lori would be a writer and editor for the magazine for fifteen years. Gloria toward the country as a speaker led protests and teamed up fellow feminists like Shirley, Chisholm, and Betty for Dan to create the National Women's Political Caucus. The NWPP raises money provides training and gathers volunteers for women, candidates, state, and local levels. Gloria also helped found organizations including the women's Action Alliance the Women's Media Centre voters for choice, and the News Foundation for women. She also helped create take our daughters to. Work Day in the nineties, which was an effort to show variety of career opportunities to young girls. Gloria has written several books including the best selling memoir my life on the road, the book details, Glorious Childhood, and Development as an activist alongside the burgeoning women's liberation. Movement Gloria has received many honors and accolades for her activism in two thousand thirteen President Obama granted Gloria the Presidential Medal of freedom speaking of game changers. As a writer, the speaker, an activist she awakened a vast and often skeptical public to problems like domestic violence. A lack of affordable childcare unfair hiring practices. Because of her work across America around the world more women are afforded the respect and opportunities that they deserve. But she also changed how women thought about themselves in two thousand seventeen rutgers university created the Gloria Steinem endowed chair in media culture and Feminist Studies Gloria Steinem is a prominent and passionate activist for women everywhere who's helped to expand the opportunities available for women and girls across the country. This episode concludes our month all about activists. But Join US tomorrow October first for the beginning of a brand new. Holiday. For more on why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter Manica weekly follow us on facebook and Instagram at Encyclopedia. Will Manteca. Follow me directly on twitter at Jenny M Kaplan. Special. Thanks to my favorite sister and co-creator was Catholic. Talk to you tomorrow. I WanNa tell you about another podcast. I. Think. You'll love we hear about Trans People in the news all the time, but we almost never hear trans people telling their own stories. 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"gloria" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"Where we share practical advice from a spiritual perspective on how to create a life and business with more impact, influence and income. I'm your host, Gloria Grace Rand the inciteful copywriter and founder of the love method. My mission is to help stop doubting yourself. So you can live fully love deeply and engage authentically. Stay an welcome to live love engage I am Gloria Grace, rand, and today. I am delighted to have a guest on the program who is great to share with us. A Bit.
"gloria" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"And Puerto Rico. When Gloria was fifteen years old her aunt time on a tour of SNA studios in Chicago. Some reports maintain that a tour guide was intrigued by Gloria and discovered her then in their. Others, suggests that she talked her way into the business either way, it was an estimate studios that Gloria got her start. She was hired as an extra at Sixteen Gloria dropped out of school and appeared in sweetie goes to college alongside Wallace Berry. Gloria Wallace married shortly. Thereafter, Loria leader wrote, but the marriage was fraught with abuse and they finalized their divorce in nineteen eighteen. Loria would marry five more times throughout her life and had three children. And Nineteen Sixteen Gloria and her mother moved to Hollywood where Gloria appeared in keystone studios comedy shorts, opposite, Bobby. Vernon. Gloria long to appear in more serious films, she moved to triangle studios there, she was still disappointed by the role she was given fortunately, Gloria wasn't bound to contract and she soon began working for filmmaker. So be mill. Glorious starred in souls, Melodramas, and played sensual glamorous characters. See. So's films turned Gloria into an icon making her highly sought after in the industry. See sel said the public, not. I May Gloria Swanson, a star. In nineteen eighteen see Soto Gloria to sign a contract with famous players lasky at lasky glorious starred in a number of successful pictures including the nineteen nineteen film male and female in which she famously bathes in elementary setting. See, still continued to assign Gloria roles that depicted extravagance, and she later said that her expensive taste was influenced by him. Gloria lived lavishly by the mid twenties. She was the highest paid actress in. Hollywood. She owned mansions, expensive land was a savvy real estate investor. Still she ran through her money. Her lingerie bill was reported to be ten thousand dollars a year. Gloria later reflected on her lifestyle and said, we lived like kings and Queens and why not? In love with life. Gloria, grew frustrated at famous players Lasky. She was more famous for her costumes than her acting in one, thousand, nine, hundred and five. She fought to get Lasky to greenlight madame. Sanjin A. french-american co-production Gloria was deeply involved in the production. She petitioned the French government for access to historic sites and help choose the director and cast. Gloria met her third husband onset honoree, the Marquis de la La dre. Gloria discovered that she was pregnant with Ariz baby while divorcing her second husband, her contract at famous players. Last year had a morality clause. If broken, she might be blacklisted from. Hollywood. So Gloria decided to have an abortion in Paris and she almost died from complications. When famous players lasky tried to renegotiate her contract? They eventually offered what's now equivalent to fourteen point, seven million dollars per year quarrier fuse to enter into another morality clause, and instead signed with United Artists which gave her complete creative freedom. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seven, Gloria established her own production company. She tricked the Hays Office to get permission to make the highly controversial film Sadie Thompson. It was a hit. But shortly after Sadie thompsons release, the company fell into financial straights that year Gloria had met Joseph Kennedy the father of US President John F. Kennedy, and they began an affair while Gloria was still married to her third husband. Choose convinced. Gloria, to let him take the reins of Gloria Swanson productions so that she could focus on script selection. His Direction and mismanagement cost Gloria her company. In Nineteen Thirty Gloria Swanson production made its last film what a widow glorious first production with sound Gloria struggled to transition from silent films to talkies. The sound films she appeared in unsuccessful and by nineteen thirty, four press regarded her as a has been with her film career. Struggling Loria made a serious pivot. She founded a patent startup called multi prizes. In one, thousand, nine, thirty, eight, Gloria helped four Jewish Austrian scientists flee the Nazis with the help of her husband. Loria paid for their resettlement and supported them until nineteen forty-three in exchange for them working at multi prizes. Still Gloria. Wasn't finished acting. In. The Nineteen Forties Gloria return to film, and Nineteen fifty. She started her most successful movie sunset Boulevard in which she played Norma Desmond, a deluded former star trying to make a comeback. This is my life. It always will be. Nothing else. Just. Camera? And those wonderful people parents. Right Mr Demille, I'm ready for my. Gloria won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Oscar for her portrayal. Gloria then pivoted to Broadway and TV. Later, on in life, Gloria became a health food advocate and a yoga practitioner. While attempting Hollywood events, she even brought her own meals in a paper bag. Gloria was also politically active in nineteen, eighty she campaign for Ronald Reagan. In one eighty-three, Gloria died from a heart ailment. She was eighty four years old. Gloria, Swanson had a lasting legacy in the film industry. She. Was honored with two stars on the Hollywood walk of fame. On reflecting on her career. Glorious said, if I had to live my life again, I wouldn't. Life is a privilege. Mistakes should be dropped in the wastebasket. Tune in tomorrow for the story of another leading lady. For more on why we're doing what we're doing check out our encyclopedia. News Weather Manica Weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at Encyclopedia Manica and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan. Special. Thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister in co-creator talk to you. Tomorrow. High, it's Jenny I'm so excited to tell you about a new wfan show. One hundred years ago? The nineteenth amendment protecting women's constitutional right to vote was ratified. But American women's battle for the ballot began long before then and continues this day on. She votes a new podcast from wonder. Media Network award-winning Journalists Lynn share an Ellen Goodman, unravel the complex history of the women's suffrage movement. From the unintended limits of the nineteenth amendment to the return of voter suppression. Votes shares a historical narrative that carries profound relevance today. As we exercise our right to vote in another landmark election year travel back in time with, she votes to understand the long and continued fight for women's place at the ballot box, listen and subscribe to she votes wherever you get your podcasts..
"gloria" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Catalyst for the first major blow to glorious career. In nineteen fifty three Gloria was invited to the Academy Awards with a nomination for best supporting actress. She was anxious for weeks leading up to the event desperate for everything to be perfect. She'd be up against some of the biggest names in Hollywood, and this would be the first televised Oscars in history. If she didn't win, she'd be humiliated. But if she did win Gloria News, she'd have to look and sound perfect for her adoring fans as the day Ju-, closer. Closer, Gloria, became more and more worried onset. She kept the anxiety under wraps, but at home and with friends the Oscars were the only topic of conversation on the day of the event Gloria. Waited in her trailer for side, pick her up dressed to the nines in her gown. Her face meanwhile was bear she wanted to wait to do her makeup until the last moment to ensure it didn't run when cy came in. He demanded she leave her face bear. As usual, he was jealous. and. Today his point of contention was makeup. Gloria was just as adamant that she had to look perfect tonight. So she locked herself in the bathroom and created one of the most lavish lips she had ever drawn unfortunately by the time, the fight and the lips were done. She had no time left to do any other makeup. The result was a half finished almost washed out appearance. This is part of what started rumors that she was drunk at the show. The other origin of the rumors stemmed from what happened when the winner of best supporting actress was announced. Gloria waited with bated breath and trembling hands while the nominees were listed. She was up against the likes of Jean Hagen for singing in the rain and Colette Marchand for Moulin Rouge Gloria felt it was almost impossible that she could win against such talented actresses. But just in case she had prepared speech with cy something witty and charming something that would really blow the socks off the American public who were seeing the award show for the first time on their televisions. Luckily because Gloria one. She turned to Cy and gave him a kiss. Then quickly made her way to the stage. She stumbled slightly as she reached the stairs, the lights were much brighter than she expected, but that wouldn't stop her from getting her award. She made her way across the stage smiling from ear to ear, then took the statuette from the presenter. But after all these weeks of tension after the distraction of that fight with cy earlier in the evening. Perhaps, thanks to the distraction of her unpainted face. Gorey's mind went blank. She stared out at the Sea of clapping spectators and then instead of her funny delightful speech. She gasped out a breathless. Thank you very much. As. Soon, as the words left her mouth Gloria darted offstage, mortified, she'd won the award, but she'd been a failure at receiving it and just like that. The public's favourite up and coming star had started her own downhill. Descent tabloids quickly spread the news that Gloria was a narcissistic drunk who didn't believe in thanking her cast mates and crew for their efforts. The rumors only grew as Gloria meekly repeated that she simply had stage fright, and at one point revealed that she allowed her son Timmy to use her Oscar as one of his dolls, Gloria tried to turn a blind eye to these smear campaigns, but the stress only made her insecurities grow. She went in for plastic surgery again, this time on her upper lip to shorten the despised ridges, but instead, the doctor paralyzed her upper lip. Gloria was mortified and started stuffing her lips with cotton to hide little, they moved with multiple surgeries and some experimental dentistry over the next few years, she was able to move her lip again. But throughout the rest of her career, Gloria, would show up to set without any notice covered in bandages from some new surgery. It became so drastic that in some of our films, it's clear that she has different features from one scene to another one magazine. gave her the nickname, the girl with the Novacaine lip nothing was going right and Gloria was cracking under the pressure for the first time. Her anxiety started spilling over from her home to her film sets to disastrous effect. While working on the big heat, Gloria continuously wiped off and reader makeup. Right before takes. Chelsea refuse to hit any of remarks making it impossible for the camera man to keep her in. Focus. But. Arguably, the worst issue was that Gloria performance scene and get notes from the director. Then in the next take, she would do something completely new. She claimed that since her character was unstable, she too would be unstable perhaps that relationship actually went in reverse. Thanks to this erratic behavior, Hollywood insiders were starting to get just as skeptical of Gloria as the press, but she was still a big name and a talented actress. Perhaps, she deserved a little leeway for some diva behavior onset in nineteen, fifty, four given one last chance, and it was her highest paid biggest role to date. Eight Oh Anne in Oklahoma, she'd get one hundred, thousand dollars for the role that's close to the equivalent of one million dollars in twenty twenty. But if Oklahoma was glorious last chance she blew it. She was an absolute menace onset. She would reportedly do anything possible to try to pull attention away from other actors in her shot. She frequently interrupted filming halfway through seen at one point. She even hid her co star over the head and pulled his hat over his eyes in the middle of take by the end of the shoot. Not One crew member or cast member had a good thing to say about Gloria. Grahame. After Oklahoma. Gloria was effectively blackballed. She was never asked onto a notable film. Again, she transitioned into bit parts on television and worked for low fees on smaller film productions. Meanwhile, her already tense relationship with the press turned more sour than ever. She.
"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.
"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.
"gloria" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"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. It's a place for you to gather with other business professionals and entrepreneurs who are committed to living the life surgery. If you want to be a part of this candidate hand receive free trainings for me. Go to live. Love engage dot com and request to join. That's how I be beaten Angie A._G. DOT COM..
"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 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.