35 Burst results for "Hilton"
Steve Hilton: Judging Everything by a Tiny Minority of Liberals
"It's really not an attack on the queen The queen is a proxy It's really an attack on western civilization Yes That's what it is And a lot of that emanated from the early British Empire Good bad indifferent The United States every country on Planet Earth has a most countries were founded through an initial act of aggression or aggression at some point to defend itself None of this is new but this is an attack on western civets The queen's just a proxy in this Of course and it's just so stupid I mean look I've spent a lot of time in India for example just take one example I know India very well And I know the people who people who are in Indian now people who've left India grew up in the UK And it's of course a mixed story There are things that were done whether you go back to the days of the East India Company or yes of course in history bad things happened But the foundational thing that we talk about now when we talk about India is the world's biggest democracy Well why did that happen That didn't happen but that wasn't unconnected to the fact that you had a British Empire engaged in India rather than for example the Chinese and it's just so ignorant of history and it's so stupid just to say that all we have to judge everything that happened in all of history on the standards of a bunch of crazy extreme leftist a tiny minority of the population today It just is complete madness
Steve Hilton: The Left's Ignorance Is on Display Against the Queen
"I opened up the show and I was talking about some of the just unbelievably vile attacks by some people on the queen and you know what was the British Empire And I was trying to make the point I'd love to get your thoughts on this This is kind of the hallmark of the modern left This isn't it The idea of perfectible better is that there's this group somewhere we've yet to find them though of anointed human beings who are beatified saints and do no ill will and if we would just turn our decision making over to them the world will be a better place And because the queen wasn't one of them and was a deeply religious person who didn't swear allegiance to communism then we should point out every single mistake the British Empire made and not recognize any of their contributions whatsoever This is kind of the left isn't it Of course exactly And it perfectly illustrated Their defining characteristics their ignorance their arrogance and on a personal level just their sheer nastiness and unpleasantness You see all of that on display I mean the ignorance to say that the queen they'd obviously don't know the first thing about how the system actually works She doesn't head of the government She's not responsible for the actions of the British government She's the head of state as the ceremonial role you can't take her personally responsible for the policies of either the British rulers that came before her or the ones that were there during her life because she wasn't there implementing policy the arrogance to say exactly as you just pointed out Oh we know best and all of history is bad And if only we're in charge just ridiculous But the spite the bile the venom the way that they're so unpleasant in the way they make their arguments even if you could even call the arguments That was just disgusting to me
James Hahn Blasts New PGA Tour Schedule
"James Hahn on Twitter are James James, I just follow James like a week ago. We'll disclosure. I love James Hahn on Twitter. He tweeted today. He tweeted today. Take a look at the new PGA Tour schedule and you'll understand why players are upset. Vegas to Japan. To South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. He says, for the viewers, it's a flick of a remote. For us, it's 20 hour travel days and tens of thousands of dollars in expenses. That tweet already has 1400 likes in 25, 30 minutes, and then he follows it up by saying, to himself, we should be playing in major cities, places where they have an NFL football team, not Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Us little guys have feelings too. All right? He has caught a ton of shit for these tweets, but he's right. But he is right. Listen to that. Listen to that, that 6 week, that's what 5 weeks Vegas to Japan to South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. Vegas to Japan? Yeah, so to South Carolina. So they're going to be the little guys are going to want to play Vegas because it's really in the season because it's a wraparound. So they want to get off to a decent start. If they get into Japan, they're 100% going because they're pretty sure it doesn't have a cut. There's no way they're going to have an event in Japan with no cuts. So 1000% they're going. And then I guess I guess presumably. You take that off, I would guess. Where are they playing? I didn't even see where they're playing. But they're playing somewhere. Like the golf course. It doesn't matter. The only set is ridiculous, though. But I'm like, that's got to be a new event, 'cause the only South Carolina I know is Hilton head that they play, but I think it's chattahoochee or chat, chat to Jesse or, oh yeah. That's something like that over there. It's really cool. But yeah, that's not an easy travel. Well, you can't even do that. Your host. You're totally host if you try that. I don't know what I mean. This is where the play. Basically what he's saying for the people in the comments yelling at clouds is like the big guys, they're probably getting their own way paid to all that shit. The Japanese event, the big guys are probably getting older stuff paid for. I would guess all of it. Maybe they can pay appearance feed money over there. I don't really know. But the little guys have to play all those and what he's saying is it's going to cost him 30, not 30, but probably 20 grand to do all those. Ish,
'A Spirit to Soar' Will Challenge You to Be the Best That You Can Be
"I'll leave you with one story they're done. Very sword may talk about it. But I had a friend who had a bad COVID experience. He was going on a cruise, didn't have COVID before he got to Rome, Italy, and they tested him and he had, he had COVID. They went out and go on the cruise, put them in a hotel, not a very nice hotel for ten days. Because that was a quarantine. His wife was in a different room because she didn't have COVID pretty lonely during that time. After the ten days, they tested him again. And he had to understand other ten days. He still had COVID. So three weeks in a hotel. He couldn't wait to get back to the U.S. and he said to me, thanks for the book. I had given him the book because he knew Barry and Kim a copy of the book. And I said, did you have a chance to read it? He said, I did. I read a little bit of it before I got there. I read the rest of it there and he goes, I thought that my life was bad. It was nothing compared to Barry's. And it got me through the 21 days. So I would say that these life lessons that are in there. They're for you. Therefore, your children. They're for your grandchildren. Therefore, your nieces, nephews, whoever you know, because there's something in there that will make an impact on you and the reason for writing the book and getting the story out there very doesn't think there's anything special about him. And it takes people outside of him to see that he meets that outlier definition of Malcolm gladwell talked about. And I think he dug for giving us this time with you.
5 Years in the Hanoi Hilton With Lt. Col. Barry Bridgers
When You Have Control of Your Mind, You'll Never Have a Bad Day
"Jim, you might have commented that ten changed your life. And for those who don't know, the title of that chapter is make every day a good day by controlling your mind. Jim, why did that change your life? Well, we have all experience or a lot of people have experience in people say, you know, control what goes into your brain, it can have a deep effect of how you approach life. And so we were interviewing Barry regarding his time in the Hanoi and the question post to him was, what was your worst day in the Hanoi? Now, it's very well shared, there was torture. There was loneliness. There was that not knowing if the individual was going to come back. It's anybody even cared home over that many years. And Barry, who's very energetic, very quick to answer, sat back quietly and sat there. And he thought for a while, many said, I don't think I had a bad day. He said, when you have control of your mind, you will never have a bad day. And what that change was, I had heard that time and time again, motivational speakers, individuals saying about your mind, but it finally hit me that if someone like berry could have a good day every day, what could not? And that changed my life. Now, I will tell you, I still have bad days. But they're very minimal. Very minimal because of what he said.
'A Spirit to Soar' Author Jim Petterson on the Power of Communication
"Jim, I want to switch back to you for just saying, and looking at these life lessons, what he just talked about about communication. And I've looked at over some of the ways you've titled these chapters and that is finally what you're thankful for, adopting by, you standing shoulder to throw to those who came before you. You know, hoping for the best preparing for the worst. Patience. Those were all communication skills that when you met Barry, when he came back and you were teaching, his communication actually connects us to each other, isn't it? Yeah, it sure does. The way that we become friends, the way we become lifelong friends is Barry and I have. Become we both were in financial services together, and Barry developed a ways of communicating the clients better ways as to. Better ways to communicate why people need to financial plans. And I was director of training at that time. So we worked together to provide these to the other financial advisers that we work with. Very actually was our top producer for four years. While he was financial adviser, one of the reasons was because of the experiences that he had. Those experiences cost him to think about why financial independence was important and he could communicate it in a way and protection was important. He could communicate in a way that none of the rest of us could communicate it.
Jim Petterson and Barry Bridger on Their New Book 'A Spirit to Soar'
"Going to be a great discussion today. I've met up with these folks at cpac, a book has been written called the spirit to soar. And it's about the true story of former orphan and POW lieutenant colonel Barry bridger, U.S. Air Force retired colonel bridger, I am also a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force as well. Finished it got 20 years in, so we'll see if I make it that way. Then you got Jim, Peterson. Jim is with us, and he is on that other blue, a little bit darker blue, the navy side, which I actually started in. But I spent more of my time with the green guys down at camp Pendleton when I was there as a chaplain, but folks, guys, it's good to have you all with us. This has been an exciting, I got to look over the book. And let me just tell you Jim for riding it, but Barry for sir for you and what you've been through. Thank you both for service and I'm looking forward to some discussion here. So am I let it rip? Here we are too. I love it. Well, let's start off jam almost start off with you on the riding of the book. You ride in the book about why you started it, but you chose it to be a biography, but also a lifeless and explain that a little bit. Well, you know, Malcolm gladwell wrote a book called outliers. And he talks about people who do extraordinary things. So started out, I've observed very known very over 30 years now. And I've observed him in the things that he does. I knew a story, but I didn't know it all that well. And once I learned his story, I told him, one day I met a writer biography in that process. I opened up the discussion of this biography saying that bears have been an inspiration in my life. I've learned so much, and so a publicist said, it's a life lesson book. So we put in 17 life lessons that I've learned from Barry's life. And he's had a tremendous impact on my life. So
Lindsey Lohan Quietly Gets Hitched
"Lindsay Lohan, got married. Lindsay Lohan got married. A man's name is Bader shamas or Seamus. It's a Jewish name. SHA MMA S, shamus. He's a kuwaiti born financier. Whose net worth is about $4 million, and every single star from that legendary, well, remember that legendary car picture was a Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan in that car in the early aughts. They were all looking crazy and effed up. They've all gotten married unless year. That picture is amazing. Because all of them got married this year. Isn't that something? But lelo and our man, they met in Dubai, this is where she lives now. They've been together for over two years. And the Lindsay Lohan of today is a little more low key because while Bader regularly shows up on her Instagram and she's like posts that claim she's pregnant, she really has been floating in our love, I mean, lilo got married in her wedding was an Instagram Live stream from the middle of a planet fitness, which is what she's working on a commercials lately. She didn't immediately sell the exclusive pictures to in touch and TMZ didn't post anything about how white Oprah was arrested after a wedding guest spotted white Oprah stealing the gifts and loading them into the trunk of an Uber now it's very low key. Nobody knew how it happened. The other day was lilo's 36th birthday and yesterday she paid tribute to her 35 year old man and called him her
Britney Spears' ex ordered to trial on stalking charge
"Britney Spears short timer ex-husband is facing a criminal charge for trying to crash her wedding A judge in California has ruled that there is enough evidence against Jason Allen Alexander to have him tried on a felony stalking charge Alexander is 40 and was married to spears for not even three days still he felt compelled to show about her wedding and talk his way inside where he live stream part of his foray quite records say in addition to the stalking charges he will also face misdemeanor counts of trespassing vandalism and battery His lawyer entered not guilty pleas on his behalf Spears married longtime boyfriend Sam asghari at her home in California on June 9th among the guests where Selena Gomez Drew Barrymore at Paris Hilton and Madonna Gabrielle
The Ending of Uncovered Arrivals & Depatures
"But one of the things I was always proud of with the Secret Service too is our screw ups not just helpful hints became part of our training in the future You know how many times I showed students when I was an instructor and went through the academy myself that Reagan video of him being shot outside the Hilton in Washington D.C. we would say to suits this is where we screwed up You know what we did there that we never did again we did an open arrival and departure Meaning you could see the president leave you've seen the video President Reagan waves on departure from the Hilton and John hinckley then shoots him from the press pen Well what did we learn from that We learned to never do uncovered arrivals or departures again uncovered we now do them intense For a couple reasons Number one it's hard to shoot what you can't see But number two we try to keep him guessing where exactly he's going to arrive Go underground if you can if you have to go above ground put a tent Why isn't a rival in departure of a protectee the most dangerous part of your mission because of the deadly diamond It's like two diamonds back to back If you were looking to kill the president God forbid you have to know where he is And the best place on a motorcade route is where he arrives at the airport where he rise at the site Because he's going to arrive and depart You don't know where he's going to go in between their 5 or 6 different streets they can take You want to set up an advance and we change that It's time to look at these videos now and change everything
Britney Spears and Sam Asghari tie the knot
"Britney Spears has tied the knot with her third husband in a ceremony at their Thousand Oaks home in Southern California Nearly 7 months after the pop star won her freedom from a court conservatorship Britney Spears married her longtime partner Sam asghari a representative confirmed the couple's nuptials saying asghari was ecstatic after wanting to get married for so long The couple met on the set of the slumber party music video in 2016 spheres father mother and sister were not in attendance while celebrity guests included Paris Hilton Madonna Selena Gomez will.i.am and spears attorney in a touch of drama the singer's first husband Jason Alexander was arrested while attempting to crash the wedding of Ventura county sheriff's spokesman said officers responded to a trespassing call and Alexander was detained after deputies realized he had a warrant for grand theft and
America's Assault on Faith, Family and Manhood
"All, the one that I'm really agitated about and I think is going to be the topic of my next book, Jen. Is this Arthur assault on masculinity and manhood that men are bad, masculinities, toxic, this guy who killed the children and you validate apparently wore eyeliner and got into fights because he wore eyeliner. If we do those three things, assault faith, the family and manhood for nigh on a century, this is going to keep on going. Oh, absolutely. This problem is so cultural. It is not about guns. It is not about weapons. It's not about video games. This is about the culture that we have created, really the left has created in this country. And it's funny, I have this conversation I just spoke with Steve Hilton from Fox News earlier today about this. I know you and I have talked about the problem that I've identified as the problem with men in this country. We talked about this a couple of years ago. It comes up every time these shooters are all the same. They are young men with the blank stare in their face, and you hit the nail on the head. We have created a culture that has made God absent. We are not allowing people to explore their faith. We ridicule people who do. We have created a culture that has raised strong woman, women, and now not even that, but you have to be what do they call it now intersectional. Intersectional. You have to check multiple boxes to be accepted or lifted up in society, being a man is incredibly difficult at this point. We are not doing a good job raising young men, and part of that is because of the destruction of the family structure as well. We've got people who are not being raised in loving homes. We don't know, and I hope. I am so glad that people are spending time talking about the victims of this. Shooting because they deserve to be highlighted, I think far too often we don't talk about the victims, but I think we need to talk more about the
Smylie Kaufman Discusses His Spring Break Trip
"Think we wouldn't be good credible journalists if we didn't talk about smiley's partial nudity, it's spring break. Yeah, we need to talk about partial nudity here on spring break. How did that trip? How did that trip come? You've probably talked about a million times, but the people want to know more than anything. How did that trip come about? That was the week after Augusta, wasn't it? It was two weeks after. So I think Ricky and JT decided to play Hilton head the following week. And JT, thanks to me about going on to bakers. I guess I was first alternate and got in. The fourth was at the time. And I was at it as a fourth. Which was awesome. I was like, cool. Those three guys are great. Love them all. And so we had known were going on this trip prior to Augusta. So going into the final group of Augusta, I've known Jordan like casually, but I had been on a trip with them. We went to different schools, you know, we didn't really talk a ton in college. So our first really time we played together was at Augusta on Sunday and so we knew we were about to go drink a lot of beers together, but we knew it was going to happen later. So we were like, all right, and so after that trip, you know, hey man I both obviously had steam we needed to get out. And just from playing bad. And then I think JT or Rick both shot a million at Hilton head. We get to baker's coming in hot. Like, I mean, all four of us are white. We played some really bad golf. We need to drink a million beers. And yeah, we just had a hell of a time. And Rick was pretty big on social media at the time, obviously. He's always been pretty big on it. And so is JT. This was kind of when Rick was a big social media guy. And Jordan really didn't do a whole lot. I had probably 5, 10,000 followers at the time at the end of the trip. I had so many. It was just like, what is going on? A lot of people here. People like the content. We were just being, you know, I think it was just we were being ourselves and it was a
How You Can 'Make Every Day a Good Day by Controlling Your Mind'
Dr. Jim Petersen on the Importance of Communication
"Gym. I want to switch back to you for just saying, and looking at these life lessons, what he just talked about about communication. And I've looked at over some of the ways you've titled these chapters. And that is finally what you're thankful for, adopting by, you standing shoulder to throw to those who came before you. You know, hoping for the best preparing for the worst. Patience. Those were all communication skills that when you met Barry, when he came back and you were teaching. His communication actually connects us to each other, isn't it? Yeah, sure, it does. The way that we become friends, the way we become lifelong friends is Barry and I have. Become we both were in financial services together, and Barry developed a way of communicating the clients better ways as to. Better ways to communicate why people needed financial plans. And I was director of training at that time. So we worked together to provide these to the other financial advisers that we work with. Very actually was our top producer for four years. While he was financial adviser, one of the reasons was because of the experiences that he had. Those experiences cost him to think about why financial independence was important and he could communicate it in a way and protection what's important. He could communicate in a way that none of the rest of us could communicate
The Spirit to Soar: Lt Col Barry Bridger's Story of Hope
"A book's been written called the spirit to soar. And it's about the true story of former orphan and POW lieutenant colonel Barry bridger, U.S. Air Force, retired, colonel brazier, I am also a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force as well. Finished it got 20 years and so we'll see if I make it that way. Then you got Jim, Peterson. Jim is with us, and he is on that other blue, a little bit darker below the navy side, which I actually started in. But I spent more of my time with the green guys down at camp Pendleton when I was there as a chaplain, but folks, guys, it's good to have you all with us. This has been an exciting I got to look over the book. And let me just tell you, Jim for riding it, but Barry for sir for you and what you've been through. Thank you both for service and I'm looking forward to some discussion here. So am I let it rip? Here we are too. I love it. Well, let's start off jam almost start off with you on the riding of the book. You ride in the book about why you started it, but you chose it to be a biography, but also a lifeless and explain that a little bit. Well, you know, Malcolm gladwell wrote a book called outliers. And he talks about people who do extraordinary things. So started out, I've observed very known very over 30 years now. And I've observed him in the things that he does, I knew a story, but I didn't know it all that well. And once I learned his story, I told him, one day I met a writer biography in that process. I opened up the discussion of this biography saying that berry's been an inspiration in my life. I've learned so much and so a publicist said, it's a life lesson book. So we put out 17 life lessons that I've learned from Barry's life. And he's had a tremendous impact on my life.
Forced Apologies Are B.S.
"At it. What I don't like is the force apology, where someone writes it for you or society is demanding it, even though we know the guy didn't do that much, you know, we've got to stop going back to old David Letterman interviews with Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton and thinking that everything that everybody ever said needs to be deconstructed and destroyed and the person who said it doesn't need to be heard from anymore. That ain't the way the world should spin. If you look back at Dave let him an interviewing Lindsay Lohan when she was really doing bad things, always walking in and out of court, always breaking laws. Doing drugs being found with cocaine, drinking too much, fucking every guy that walked, losing her career in the process, she demanded that people in this field say the things that were said. It was, it was something that she needed because nobody was throwing cold water on her face. And for many of those interviews, Lindsay Lohan knew how to handle herself. It's a tough chick from Long Island. She would say, you know, we're getting off topic here. I came to talk about a movie. And she'd smile and based on that. Let him do, okay, let me back up. But then he would also ask, again, let me ask you again about the cocaine. And Lindsay would laugh uncomfortably, but it went on. I'm sorry, but that's great
"hilton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"hilton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"All right, well, I'm having an emotional reaction. I'm feeling emotional talking to you, my friend. Well, that's good. I did it good. I love feeling things. I was watching in Adele interview yesterday. And somebody asked her when was the last time you cried? As if she doesn't cry that often. She's like, oh, I cry all the time. And I'm like, that's me too. I cry all the time. I literally cry every day. Every day. Have you always been like, where is that since you've been in therapy and getting in touch with everything? I think always, I'm just like a big empath, like not even just for myself, but like I was watching this video earlier today of this former NFL star beating the mother of his child, like just awful. And you know I got really emotional with that or like God last year during those never ending weeks where the entire country was in a social upheaval, you know, that was really hard on me too. Yeah, me too. I was just upset, set up, so I'm still upset. Yeah. So we've talked about your stories since Perez Hilton was invented. Tell us a little bit about where you grew up and how I grew up that kind of thing. I think I've heard before I heard you talk about it in a long time. Go ahead. I grew up in Miami, the son of two Cuban immigrants, and there's a reason I don't live in Miami anymore. It wasn't for me. I hope that things are different now for the younger generation. And it's not even just because I was gay and didn't feel accepted. If I was super macho and heterosexual, but when I was growing up there in the 80s and 90s, if I would have told my family that I wanted to be a sculptor, a professional sculptor, they would have not accepted that or encouraged it whatsoever. You know, I went, I was supposed to do what everybody else did. I went to this all boy Jesuit school that was a breeding ground for homogeneous, right? If you didn't become a doctor a lawyer, an engineer or a politician, you were a failure. You had to be a doctor a lawyer and engineer a politician. Maybe you could open up a car dealership and make money. And that would be acceptable as well. But if you wanted to be a sculptor, a painter, if you wanted to do something different outside of the norm that was not celebrated or encouraged, in fact, you were disappointed in you. And I just, you know, that's why I went to New York City for college. I went to NYU because it was the polar opposite of Miami, you know? I'm a little confused about I mean, I get the Jesuit school being a certain kind of environment, but Miami is a rich it has changed. I think it's a lot of stuff. Right? Art Basel is a wonderful thing and when I was growing up there, it was just Cubans. Oh my God. Only Cuban people. Then, over the years, there was a big wave of an exodus from Venezuela. A lot of Venezuelans ended up in Miami because the situation Venezuela's awful and other Latinos from all parts of the world moved to Miami as well and you know it's evolved and there's an art center now, but at least with the gays issue, you know, we are privileged to live in Los Angeles, but in marginalized communities, whether they be immigrant children, whether, you know, Latinos or Asian or Indian American or religious communities, like Mormon, the Mormon community, it's still really hard to be gay in 2021. Is it marginalized communities or immigrant communities or I would say or just minority communities, like the Mormons, you know, that's my minority community. They're not the predominant faith, but there's so many Mormons that struggle with their sexuality because they're it's programmed in them that being gay is bad. Do you see the book of Mormon? I did. It was super wild and fun. I love shows. I'm a show Queen. Just turned it off. Isn't that wasn't that they're soft, the song? Oh, there you go. Yeah, yeah. I forgot about it. All right, well, listen, my friend is great to talk to you. I always look forward to speaking with you. I feel like I don't know having a weird emotional reaction talking to you today. I don't know if you're more open from therapy or you've. We've grown up together. That was the word that came to my mind, 'cause you grew up in this amazing guy now and father and saying all these wonderful things that I hope will be an inspiration for other people. And I hope people take a look at themselves if you take an aim at people who whether it's Perez or Brittany or Lindsey or people that grow and become richer for their experience should be celebrated, not vilified for whatever, when they're in their shit, they were doing. I don't know, it's weird to me as somebody who works with people that do horrible stuff when they're in their addiction. Let's just call it what it is. And our unmitigated extraordinary people when they get sober when they get well. And what is it, judge not, yes, less GB judge, everybody. I think a little more of that might be in order these days. Well, so you're aware now. Where are you living? In Los Angeles. I mean, you look, it looks like very lost felice where they're looking at. You know, I'm by West Hollywood. That's Hollywood okay. Another lovely part of town. Well, listen, thanks for spending time with us. Go get the CBD. You want to talk specifically about what you've got there? I'm a CBD. Yeah. It's called my true ten dot com are gummies are different than most other ones. They're water soluble. It's ten milligrams of CBD. You know, the thing I've learned a lot about CBD and not all CBD is created equal. That is true. It's not regulated. You know, it's like the wild wild west. Some is great. And then some is really awful. And we have a satisfaction guarantee. So you have nothing to lose to try ours. 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"hilton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"But they've actually got out and study the immigrants and the children that succeed. And they have found this was a couple that were Yale law professors. He was Jewish immigrant and said she was Chinese immigrant descent. And in the classroom, they recognize features that were familiar to their own life. And it was all Mormons, Nigerians, Jews, and Chinese. That's where the group they ended up seeing in their classroom mostly. So they went and studied what was it about these groups, but were they telling their kids? One was, you have a special purpose. And you have a mission on behalf of everyone else. You have opportunities. We have to fulfill on behalf of everyone. Delay gratification delayed delay delay and the importance of education. That's it. And then that's all that's all hard. All of it's hard work messaging underneath all that, right? I mean, you went down. You went to him. But in addition to that, the hard work, like my mother lives with me, which is not all that uncommon in Latino communities. My grandparents also lived with me as well. And I brainwashed my children and I trained them. I tell them when you're older to leave a room for me in your house. For me, like I had for grandma, grandma has the guesthouse. Good. 'cause I want three guesthouses. Hop from house to house and be with all my kids and the grandchildren and just, you know, I used to be a little cynical about this when I was younger. My mother in her brain washing would always tell me, yeah, friends are good, friends are great, but there's nothing like family, family is the most important thing in life. And I always fought her on that and I didn't quite get it and understand it until I was older and I had children. So mom was right as moms often are. And also, you know, another thing that's very Latino a very Cuban of me is in my house with my kids, we only speak Spanish. That's their first language. Good for you. Oh, that's really important for me. Not just as a cultural thing, but also your doctor, you know, studies, time and time again, have shown that young children or children who speak more than one language, they actually literally have bigger brains. And they do better in school because of that and look and a that's a very important language in this country now. Number one number two to be bicultural bilingual I mean, that's the problem we get insular we get provincial. And if you're already have two perspectives going, you open to others. Seems to me. And my kids also speak a third language, which is music, you know, my son plays piano and ukulele and his sister plays piano and I wish I could have played an instrument growing up. I regret that. And I sort of, every once in awhile, I remind my mother that they would not I wanted to take piano and they said, no, because that's not for boys. That's what they said. Oh no. No. Well, I grew up in the 80s and 90s in Latino community. Macho religious. Yep. So I wasn't allowed to take piano. And now I'm a big gay that can't play piano. Look what they did. You gotta get that quote. No, can't find it. I can't find it, no. Maybe it was a retweet of a Ryan holiday tweet. I can tell you that. Yeah, but in probably markets for whatever. So it was essentially saying that your hobbling people by leading them to believe that luck is more important than hardware. But God, who said that? It was really it was a great quote. But I want to go back to the, oh, you got it now? I will in a moment. Okay. I want to go back to the young ladies. Brittany. What's your predictions there? She'll be pregnant before the year is over. Wow. She'll be pregnant before she even gets married. You know, she's engaged to her fiance. Know anything about this guy? Is there a good guide? Do we know? I definitely think he's a good guy. You know, he's been with her longer than even her ex-husband. Kevin better. Oh, good. They've been together. I believe 5 years. Oh, wow. You know, I think if it was, you know, she had also been engaged not maybe like a decade ago to that former agent, Jason trawick. This relationship lasted longer than that. Listen, do I think there's an aspect of him that might be in it for ulterior motives? Of course, is he probably using her? Yes. But I view it this way. Better for Britney to have somebody to give her comfort to hold her to make love to her than for her to be by herself, especially because she is so isolated. She's publicly said that she feels betrayed by her mother, her father, her sister, her brother. She has nobody accepts her children and even her children. She doesn't get to spend that much time with them because Kevin better line has 70% custody. Even though now, oh God, I don't want to speculate, but that is a little odd to me because her kids are 15 and 16 and I would imagine unless the judge says it's not safe, but I would imagine at 15 or 16, if you say, well, I want to spend 50% of my time with mom and 50% of my time with dad that a judge would say, okay. Not only would judge say okay, you would imagine that they would just start doing that. You know what I mean? Parents kind of okay with it. They kind of start doing that. So we don't know that they're not. Maybe they are. Maybe there's more time that we know. Hopefully, hopefully, but I did have a glimmer when I was watching them together. And I thought, you know, she has serious mental illness. And that's okay. A lot of people have that. And sometimes the spouse can really help keep them on track and glued together and aware of when they're things are going off the rail a bit. And if he has any knowledge or insight at all or at least educates himself and is willing to do that, serve that function. It could be really good for her. Yeah. And especially him who one of his main jobs for the last many years is working as a personal trainer. So being healthy is very important to him. And you know, I think a healthy influence is critical for Britney in her life. And Lindsey and by the way, what I kept saying too was like, you could walk two blocks over here and I can trade people in any conservatorships a lot more than Britney Spears and they don't get it and Brittany gets it. Come on, especially after all the money. Whatever it was, it was too long, too long..
"hilton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"hilton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Pair of glasses. Exactly. You know, like we're talking about Britney Spears a lot. Even talking about, you know, recently, Jessica Simpson has been in the conversation. Lindsay Lohan's been in the conversation because she got a Netflix movie that she's filming and she's working again. And Paris Hilton has been in the conversation, getting married and being an advocate for victims of abuse and all of that. And they've all had massive changes. Yes. Every one of them. And are people giving them that credit? Yes. Thank you. I want to talk about each of them very quickly, because they all fascinate me because I used to write about them when they were problematic. And now I look at them and I'm like, I'm inspired. Good for them. I want people to grow and change and not be what they were. I don't want to keep people in a box. It's a weird to me that people want to do that. That says horrible things about the people that are doing that, frankly. It really does. And hopefully they can change too. Another thing I wanted to bring up is I didn't know you were Cuban. That's really interesting to me. Because I really got a lot of Cuban Friends. And most of them go way right in terms of their politics. I'm sure you see lots of that. And most of my family. Yeah, and they get very angry if you visit Cuba or buy a Cuban cigar or something which I also find. I'm not sure we got to move on and get things going here. What is your perspective as a Cuban American? How do you incorporate all that? I've never heard you speak about that. I mean, it's in my DNA. Everything that is Perez is because of that. You know, I say this all the time, were it not for my parents, both of them being Cuban immigrants and that immigrant mentality that brainwashing of me from as early as I could remember to instill the hyper importance of hard work have to occur in immigrant family, too, yeah. Yeah. You have to get good grades. I expect only a's from you, all of that. It really helped me because at the end of the day, you know, over the last 17 years, so many things change always. You know, we talked about all these celebrities that change. And the world that I live in changes, you know, social media changes the Internet apps, all of that, but a lot of things stay the same. And one of that is that you can get viral quickly. You can achieve success in a short amount of time if you get lucky. But the thing that remains the same also is you will not be able to sustain success without an incredible work ethic. And actually worth having been under attack from the last 5 or ten years with the people who are like, oh, it's just lock. It's just like, or it's white privilege, or Cuban privilege, whatever. You know what I mean? It's because you are the so Brown into the family you're born into it. The work part, I saw a quote from, I tweeted it. Maybe you could find it for me. I think it was Nietzsche about what it does to people. If you reverse the importance of hard work, aerial find a second, but keep going. Sorry. Going back to like, I really am an addict. And I have been my whole life, and I just thank God that drugs and alcohol were never my addiction. You know, it's been food. And I still like I've never been to therapy for it, but I'm in recovery now. I think I have a good grasp on what it means to be healthy what I have to do. I have, you know, basic shit, eat healthy, and exercise. Basic shit. Yeah, exactly. But also like, I'm addicted to work. Me too. In an unhealthy way. Yeah, yes. But what you know, you're aware of it when you have kids. That's when you really notice. Gary, what's the quote? The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem, those who think alike than those who think differently. No, that's the nature quote, but there is a different one. There's something about. Impairing people by teaching them that hard work doesn't matter or something. It was something of that order. It was around the same time. I did the nature quote. This podcast is sponsored by better help online therapy. We talk a lot about better help. On this show, in this month, we're talking about stigmas around mental health, something I care a great deal about and talk a lot about. And perhaps people think that therapies for people that are really crazy or have real serious mental health problems, but it doesn't mean something necessarily wrong with you. It means you have something to work on, much the way you would see a physical therapist for a joint or exercise to train your muscles. We have a brain and the brain can use treatments that help us. That's right, and they shouldn't be stigmatized. I think though some of the reasons people feel uncomfortable is they're afraid of who they're going to run into in the waiting room. They don't like that sitting around..
"hilton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"TV, we appreciate that. Today I want to get right to my guest. It is none other than Perez Hilton. Amongst other things, he has a podcast, the Hilton podcast with Chris Booker, available on Apple podcast, Spotify, YouTube, cast one. You can, of course, find Perez's YouTube channel press Hilton. Twitter and Instagram at the paras Hilton and website press Hilton dot com. And of course, Perez, your gummies, my true tan, my true ten got dot com for those gummy CBD gummy prayer they are. Welcome. Good to see you, my friend. Before we start, you know, I am such a Family Guy. I live with my mother, my kids are everything. And I'm busy, you're busy. Things come into our feed in our lives, but I've noticed that you've been doing things with your daughter, which I think is awesome. We're doing with your daughter, some Booker. Yeah. Project. We wrote a book. They came to me just pre COVID and they wanted to do a book about consent because they, for young adults and teens, they realized they were all super confused in the sort of me too era. How do you get consent? What do you do? What's right, what give me some guidelines? And I said, you know, great. I love the idea, but you need a young person in this conversation. Dude, old gray hair white dude, talking about consent to 19 year old, not going to work. I mean, I've got things to tell them, but it's just not going to work unless I have a conduit. And I said, you know, my daughters are Columbia train writer, we should just get her involved. She's very woke and she's an ultra feminist and has all these ideas that I have great respect for, but they're very different than mine. And we got together and we wrote this book. It's out. Yeah, it's called. It doesn't have to be awkward. It's been a few weeks. It's doing very well. If you have kids, a teenage kids, a young adult kid just throw it on your table, it'll help. Trust me, we try to think of everything. So you described your daughter as ultra wow. Ultra woke. That would terrify me. Have a daughter's ultra woke? Well, first of all, whatever your kids are, they're gonna be not you. You know what I mean? Whatever it is, prepare yourself. And what I really one of the great joys in that project, in addition to spending more time with her and hanging out and stuff was that I got to understand her point of view more clearly, I ended up admiring it and not agreeing with it. You can admire somebody's point of view. I thought this is a lesson of how our country should look at things. You can appreciate your father and daughter, so that's a little different. It is a little different, but we could even conflict more about it for that reason, right? Instead of conflicting, I thought, oh, I get what she's saying. I really get her point of view. I don't really agree with it, but I admire the thoroughness of her thinking in it, you know. I definitely wish that all of us, not even in America, where I feel like it's the worst, but all over the world, people could learn to disagree better because I want to mention it. Just repulsion all over my body when I talk about cancel culture. But the thing about cancel culture that I've observed is that for some people, they've turned it into sport. It's just another form of entertainment. Yeah. And Nick Cannon got, quote, canceled last year, but things turned around for him and he got his job back at MTV. And he said this term that really resonated with me. He said, counsel culture. Not anti soul culture. But people, you know, they don't want to give others grace. But nobody's perfect. Nobody is perfect. Well, those that sit on high and judge the rest get this sense of feeling that they are or something. I don't know. See, I think we've become sort of histrionic that we've gone from narcissism to histrionic and the on both sides. All the extremes on both sides. A 100%. A 100%. And most of us are kind of in the middle compared to what's going on on both extremes, right? And we're not being well represented and the people on the extremes are yielding their aggression dangerously. And the reason I bring on the histrionic phenomenon is that people with histrionic features become delusional. They believe their point of view is just begs no alternative. And they're just rigid with it. And delusional is not a healthy thing. It's the opposite of dealing with reality and reality's term. I learned a new term that the young kids are using the lingo. Yeah. I literally only learned this yesterday and you just basically talked about it. Young kids like teenagers or 20 somethings are using this term called main character syndrome. Oh, tell me about that. It basically, you know, you think you're the center of the universe and you're just another way of saying douchebag, you know? No, but it's more powerful than that. It's more powerful. Yeah. I think about like a computer game, like a computer game where you're the main character because nothing else really exist, except you, the main character. Yeah. I started that because this video went viral on Twitter of this gay guy who was like a muscle jog at a club and he was having a friend film him while he ate pizza at a club, right? Yes. He's like, having a friend filmed him while he had a club and then this other guy just walks by him so the muscle jock eating pizza gave the other guy like the stank face. Excuse me. And then he had, this is why he has main character syndrome because he thought he was being funny and that muscle jock uploaded that on Twitter and it went viral and he got roasted. I don't like that. I like that he has to suffer for it, but I also don't like the main character, senator. Well, nobody better than you to help me understand something. How do we get here? You've been engaged in the digital world all along here because the Internet and social media and I know this firsthand, it rewards the extreme rewards and not even the Internet or social media, even before that newspapers the nightly news TV and the ratings. It rewards the extreme, the shocking, the taboo, the sexual and I was chatting with somebody in the political world recently and talking about trolling in that space because I would like to think and hope that somebody like a Candice Owens is just trolling a lot of the time and saying what she thinks people expect her to say and she doesn't believe half the shit she says. But she says it because at the end of the day, you know, it's all about money, however, not everybody's as lucky as Candace Owens or you or I who can get paid to do this. Yeah. And then but the people that are doing it for free, it's like an addiction as well. And I experienced that also because when you're putting up a witty tweet or when you put up something on Instagram or whatever, we know this. We talk about this. It is like a drug and you release all these chemicals in your brain the endorphins and you want that high and you know, this is why. My own horn for a second. What do you do? I am always honest, not just about celebrities, but also about myself. And I've matured I've evolved. I'm a more empathetic person, but if I weren't me, I don't know if I would give myself empathy or grace. I take full accountability for the ways that I used to behave and everybody's opinion of me is valid. But even though I say now, you know, I felt like I was a full blown addict back in the day and attention was my addiction. But when I was being awful, I could not and can not and will not claim ignorance because I knew in the moment what I was doing was wrong and I did it anyways. Let's break that down a little bit because that's the way addiction works, right? Having awareness that their life is falling apart that they're doing it, and then they go forward. And once they take the drug, everything's okay again. So I'm imagining you've got sort of a relief with each post, right? Each time you got the attention from the post, that was the drug. It was a mind fuck because I knew what I was doing was wrong..
"hilton" Discussed on NOBODY LIKES ONIONS
"This so i am done. Where hilton tells now. I get home in a message from the friend. Who's friends and family account. I'm using to book the rooms and she just has to me. Did you yell at some. Did you book of friends and family ray. At a hampton in new york city. And i guess and that's when it hit me off fuck. This mice. Day was tied to her and she works for hilton corporate. So now my behavior is dal- reflect poorly on her. I didn't even fucking think about i was. i'm serious. I would just spit in the face of these pieces of lazy shit before fucking people down in the fucking lobby. Just hanging out talking. They can't fucking to anything. It's a garbage. I'm never again marriott. Starwood hyatt whatever. It is anything but hilton.
"hilton" Discussed on NOBODY LIKES ONIONS
"I don't know maybe i'll just grow it out. Duck dynasty style. I don't know. I don't know what to do about it. It's very upsetting so that was a strike number one for a hilton hotels. And maybe it's not hilton hotels problem but it's an independent salon inside but either way you've got them in there and by the way just a heads up all haircut ary women and gay men. There's any straight wins doing that before. You cut off any substantial amount of anything just even if you think you're dead clear on it right circle back back once twice. Let's make sure you know. Measure twice cut once. You can't undo that man. was really insane due to me hurt. My ego hurt my family. We've all been sick. says advocating. Tim's coffee isn't good. It's not like we have a columbia. Appear the jacket company. Not sure what that means so. I fly the next day after the wedding to new york city. Now i've got a week in new york city. Doing shows catching up with friends. Seeing some of the sites have some of the bagels beard lube may help you oh yeah i'd like people just slipping through it fuck off peer to lube. What is that four when you're going down on your ladies so that she can squirm more efficiently not get rug burn on her inner thighs you tell me i don't know you tell me. I love saying that. So i applied in new york city. I'm staying in a hampton in in new york city which is a hilton brand hotel. Now what i'd forgotten is. I was checked in on friends and family discount of friend of mine listener. The show her and her husband gray people. She works for hilton. She's helped me out with great rates before and it's fifteen percent off so it's when you pay one hundred fifty two hundred for hotel fifteen percent off it adds up but i forgot it was their friends family thing i go check in now. New york city is full back into their mass commode which is weird because buffalo wasn't but new york city's massimo which is fine but this this has got to stop this whole like excuse after excuse after excuse all just funneled back to co vid. You know we're like nothing gets done you've paid for this. This counts in planes. This counts in every business now. Look you know. Employees are short everywhere. That's a national problem. That's multi industry spanning problem. Of course as long as uncle joe keeps cutting checks to everybody for sitting on their ass. And my right ansel. But it's insane when you're like the logic of it you know like i'm sorry all this stuff is starting to make no god sense in like it's insulting and i'm and i'm and i'm really really at a loss for how dumb some of my friends are Every one of you dominates. Who posted about joe rogan horse. Medication can just go. Screw you fucking ed. How dumber are you you think. Joe rogan is taking horse medic. Fuck off idiots intellectual liars. 'cause you're not that dumb. They did this thing in the hotel the hilton hotel where they have an ice machine on every level. You know and they go. Hey no all. The machines are off except for the one in the basement. The gross dirty hotel basement now to use the elevator you have to you know. Push the button tap on to the card. Push your destination floor. get off the elevator. Go get ice. Get back on the elevator pushing the button tapping your card pushing the destination for button getting out tapping the car to your door opening your door and going back in your door Whereas if you get ice on your floor you would walk out of your hotel room door. Walk down the hall to the ice machine. Get ice and walked back to your room. The excuse for having every ice machine off on every floor of the hotel with a little sign to help with cova and social distancing all ice machines are off except the one in the basement. Thank you for helping. It's like so what you're telling us 'cause we're all fucking idiots. Is that in order to help. With social distancing everyone needs to now convene in one central location to get ice and use the same ice machine that way. God forbid there is a person with kovin inland. Everyone in the hotel. Not just people on that floor. Like i mean are we and then like everyone's just doing it like. Oh yeah no that makes sense for social. Just it's like no no no no no you call them planes. They're like we don't have this. We don't have that. No i covered. We're not doing drink service on this flight. It's only three hours covet. It's like this. Where does this shit end. So there's no housekeeping service in this hotel 'cause a covert it's it's like it's not because a covert it's because you're cutting corners and can't find help. Just be honest about it. We're not doing housekeeping cover. I go up to my hotel room. In this hampton. I check in. This is my air conditioner. One hundred zero percent. I walk in. This is my air conditioner. I don't know how fucking work this. Okay they go. There's a thermostat on the wall. I go no. There isn't now. I did find a bracket where thermostat should be and they said other should be a thermostat. So i go look at them right behind. The bed is a thermostat remote unit against the clippers on the wall. So i find now again. There's a brand new made up room. So what the fuck also. Why is the air conditioner. Flip like what. What is double sided tape. This in spain. So i put this thing on seventy degrees blowing cold i notice. It doesn't stop on coal. It's freezing in the room. Now i look at the temperature. It's sixty two. There's no way to turn it off. I bumped temperature to seventy one. It's on seventy. I temperature to seventy one. It starts.
"hilton" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Show you. Binge watched manifest on net flicks. I watched should chew. I stopped after the first season. Why i just felt like. I loved lost and i really wanted it to be like loss but then i felt like it didn't actually get there. I was obsessed with loss on my god. I'll never get that time back in my life. I was too obsessed. That's why i didn't start manifest. How do you relaxed. Like how do you turn off really relax so much. Guess a massage and facial airy. Who's the last person you texted. And what did you say my fiance. Carter telling you tiller how much we love each other. So nice okay. We all know of paris hilton. And i say that in quotes because we know you as the figure that is out there and in your twenty twenty documentary you said your public persona is like an act or a character and i think a lot of people found that really interesting when you were starting off your career. We're curious why did you create this identity. What was kind of the thought process leading you there just as a teenager just going through. What i went through a all of these really terrifying boarding schools were they are very abusive. It was like a way for i. Just kind of invented this barbie doll persona perfect life fantasy character and then when i became in this industry my first thing i ever did was the simple life and the producers said we want you to act like dumb blonde pretended not know anything and kind of just play that up so i think it was kind of like a shield or like protection and then getting that reality show and then having to continue with it season after season it kind of just became this character that i got kind of stuck in. What has paris hilton the businesswoman. Actually like i'm very responsible hardworking. Smart not a dumb blonde. Very good at pretending to be one determined to workaholic working on stall in the board room setting or a serious meeting vetting like with your team or investors or whomever. How would people describe you. Are you the person who jumps in. Are you the quiet one in the room. are you boss. And i say bossy like knowing that. There's that's an annoying word for especially female entrepreneur. St but what's your personality like in a business setting. I'm very creative. I love coming up with new ideas. Everybody is always very impressed meetings with me especially if it's their first time thank you know my entire career. I've always been underestimated. And i love proving people wrong so i love to definitely impress people. When i'm in the boardroom. Is there a moment that stands out from you in a business setting where you're like..
"hilton" Discussed on News O'Clock
"In the app store today. Welcome back. we're talking with shannon keating about all things real housewives so you know even though kathy gives off major. I don't give a fuck vibes. The truth is she must give some folks about this right because she's a voided the show for a literal decade but chose to come on now even and i have talked about this before just amongst ourselves but what do you think. Happy wants from this issue trying to rebrand herself or repair. The hilton family image. After paris has come forward about you know abuse she experienced as a teen. It's like why now. Kathy i think that's a good question and i do wonder if her appearance in the perez hilton documentary might have changed some of her calculations. I haven't seen it. But i've i've heard that she comes across quite cold and calculating and obviously she has reputation of someone who put her daughters in the spotlight. Very young and yeah perhaps perhaps this is a little bit about image rehabilitation for her. But at the same time it's like does she need. I don't know she does on the paris hilton note. There is something that. I've been trying to unpack when i'm watching beverly hills and it's this you've got kathy hilton playing up this character of like this dumb blonde right..
"hilton" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"I looked up terminology for though from those states that i wasn't in cooperated to my real so the terminology historical facts unincorporated bed in my real and would do like three different things within a fifteen second frank that way i get i gathered intention and i- i- incentivize your intention to see what i'm doing so as is really good that we're talking about incorporating videos and now that i bought a drone a drone that can fully follow me fully autonomously whereas i buy guys i run and now i'm going to podcast as i'm doing these activities because that's a different way of podcasting so not only still behind the mic. But i'm also working out and getting a good workout while i'm doing it. So and the drone footage is amazing. I can go up to four hundred. Five hundred feet in gathered all type of footage and all the things. And i'm trying to do now. So podcasting is definitely the way to go with the reels and videos and still having that that one on one approach so i love talking about veganism convenient for three years. My wife's and my daughter's vegan. They're seven and ten infants. she's also vegan. She six months but yeah talk about all of these things. I'm just very happy that we can highlight some of these things. And i can tell you hi radically all health problems that i've had I take no medications all of that. So it's like. I love talking about this so i'm here for the variet- so thanked me yemen. Awesome having you here in great sharing stages with you let me give you also the opportunity. Because i know we've got a limited time with peres. Misses a rare opportunity. I mean not not a. It's not every day you get a chance to ask perez hilton a question. So i wanna make sure if you have a question for whereas you have that opportunity to do so we'll be joined by howie mandel later jeff foxworthy supposed to stop by. So we'll see what happens here you know We may surprise guests as well..
"hilton" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Hello this is where normal comes to die. Mediocrity meets its final demise and the status quo is unabashedly dismantled. Welcome to reinvention radio. Now here's your host steve olson already. Welcome to another issue. Here of re mentioned radio live inside of club. Todd man super excited as we celebrate the top fifty in podcasting and actually as we celebrate all the dads in podcasting. Who want to join us here. So we're gonna have a rocking good time. And i am super excited to announce that we just released our twenty twenty one top fifty dad's in podcasting feature in podcast magazine. And so it'd be joined by some of the folks were featured in that top fifty list. Howie mandel was the number one dad in podcasting already talk his team. He'll be here as soon as he can. Patrick is here hanging out. Patrick good to see you on that list man league. I'm glad to glad to right. And and of course perez hilton the man who needs no introduction number five on that list peres how you doing man good. You good happy to be here. Yeah well really happy to have you here. And we are joined by shea watson. See alec laziest hanging out with us. Alex given me a follow mannequin vantage. You already got a follow me on this clubhouse housing so i can add you to the to the list here. Tim winners is here. Eric nevins really really great. Having so many of you guys here hanging out with us. We're gonna make this open form. We're just gonna have some fun. We're going to celebrate the top dad's in podcasting. And if you were either in the the twenty twenty feature so you were featured last year as one of the top fifty dad's in podcasting. Raise your hand. We'd love to bring up here on state if you were featured in the brand new released feature that we just dropped yesterday. Raise your hand and let us know if you're here in the room as well because want to make sure we bring as many of you guys up as possible so if you are here and you're raising your hand and i don't bring you up. Don't take it personally with like. I said we'll get to as many people as as we can but First and foremost let me. Because i know you have a limited amount of time with us hanging out here today so i just wanted to give you the opportunity to say hello to everyone and And also for those of you who haven't had a chance to really get to know perez. We were really try to go deep and if nothing lead with the magazine in podcast magazine what we really do try to do is go beyond the microphone and deeper into the lives of the podcasters. Whose voices you hear but you may not really know who they are because oftentimes on the shows. They don't have an opportunity to really talk about who they are and what their life is about so to speak and so for peres man. I gotta tell you it was really an awesome opportunity to get to know you and to be able to sit down with you and so let me let me ask you this you you actually were pretty taken aback by the feature. No i mean know you. Featuring a lot of different publications what was your initial thought as you wear as you read through the The feature there man. I just thought it was very thorough..
"hilton" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"You're on this season. We are loving you but my question is for the iconic. Ms kathy hilton. Has it been hard to maintain a friendship with a vp given her very public falling out with kyle. You know sitting right here. Truthfully i don't i'm she's so busy you know she so i'll look and she does work for mr cohen. Andrew is so. I don't get a chance to see her and i mean i do have to say when she did say that. Kyle's should keep her new little nose out of her business. I was kind of like maybe feel a little bad. Because kyle always wanted just to have things good and i don't know what's going on by the way You said you were saying the commercial break and then we came back into the show that paris. Just give you a new nickname. What is it yes. We'll i think. Paris and nicky kind of did it together okay. They were laughing. And we're usually the ones with the dictionary making up names and everything. So they decided to call me the iggy and then paris they said nicky said the i g the instant goat and then perez said the institute. What did she again after. The igniter okay. So i'm the idea. Okay.
"hilton" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"To do that. Please welcome the woman who sweeping beverly hills in the nation. Kathy hilton. this is probably the second tiniest place. Tonight's bartender is occupied after kathy's womb over the bars kathy's daughter nikki russia and i'm beyond thrilled to be joined by live audiences again but if the woman in the front row gets to rowdy i might have to say. Goodbye my richardson. The i want to start out with a super shady. Poll tau goto. Wwafl dot tv. Tell us who is your favorite richard sister. Kathy l. i. Cathy who's going to win this one. You think i know okay well. By the way. Cathy i heard you flew commercial to join us tonight. I appreciate that after. You sent the plane. Did i send the way. I mean the plane was there but i thank you for that effort. And thank you for sending me with my husband and my wife crystal actually even took care of the baggage. Lifted the mike. Wow wasn't anybody there. So she was like who's handling us. I'm well guess what kathy hilton. One year poll tonight. I.
"hilton" Discussed on Talk About Talk
"I didn't know what the sino fish year if i was a bomb. Right after little me dropping mike. I didn't know sign off okay. That was a funny interview and yes it was conducted over zoom. Not face to face in case you're wondering thanks again to hilton for sharing his expertise with all of us and for making us laugh. Let me summarize. Now some of hilton's main points. I categorize these main points into four main topics. There's defining culture communicating culture references and examples. And last the significance of culture in today's environment all right let's start with defining culture. That's always a good place to start. Hilton started by saying that culture is how we act behave and make decisions to fit into an organization specifically culture is how the edges of your organization. Behave on your very worst day. I love that. That's the barometer. that's how you can measure the strength and tone of your culture. Do you trust your employees. Are they empowered to do the right thing for the right reasons. And what will they do on their very worst day but hilton warns us that culture is not at all binary. It's not simply good or bad. So how else can you evaluate the culture of your organization. One test is whether your culture is able to accelerate the delivery the execution and the activation of your strategy if your culture is impeding the execution of your strategy. Then something's wrong. We also talked about how customers and consumers are profoundly impacted by culture. We often hear of a common corporate mission or strategy of customer. Centrisly don't we but being truly customer centric is actually an outcome of your culture not an objective. It's an outcome so that's another barometer of the health of your culture whether the firm is btc or bb consider whether you're people are genuinely interested in serving its customers or do they your customers as a necessary evil okay. So how should leaders communicate the culture within the firm. I loved hilton's comment about communication culture. He said that communication is absolutely foundational. It's something you have to work on every single day. Consistency over time and across media including the annual strategic plan the values that are plastered on the wall the mantras the slogans and the other artifacts tangible and intangible signals or cues the communicate the culture first and foremost that means walking the talk consistently. That sounds a lot like marketing. Doesn't it yep. Consistency in communication is critical. Hilton also brought up. The analogy of coaching a professional sports team. You've got to be testing the edges every day asking yourself. Am i getting the maximum out of these people. And what can i do to inspire them to even greater heights. And what am i doing this. Possibly impeding their ability hilton. Says that is what chu leaders who get culture obsess about every day onto references and examples. Hilton brought up a few other culture gurus in our conversation if you.
"hilton" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"While not really music related but having to do with a musician Britney spears. It's like a roller coaster with her when we do hear things. It's most often not good whereas you look at somebody like Amanda bines fallen off the face of the earth. That's probably good news. That means he's probably still in treatment and getting help and quiet and that's good but Britney burned down her home gym and she let us all know. It was just a little accident nonchalant she said Hey guys I mean my gym right now. I haven't been here for like six months because I brought my gym down unfortunately I had two candles and yeah one thing led to another and I turned it down the way she says. Absolutely gold like deadpan. Like no big deal. Burt Down my gym. Yeah and then she said it was an accident but yes burnt it down. I walked past the door to the gym and flames boom by the grace of God. The alarm went off after that and Yippee