35 Burst results for "J. J. Juliet"

Juliette Kayyem: Republican Leaders Are to Blame for Pelosi Attack

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Juliette Kayyem: Republican Leaders Are to Blame for Pelosi Attack

"Here's a CNN contributor, somebody named Juliet kaim talking to CNN's John Berman earlier today. Look, there's crime in this country. That's a political issue as well, but that crime is different than political violence, which has become a way in this country in the last couple of years in which political leaders utilize the words of violence fight get them targeting in particular a targeting against Nancy Pelosi, who has a unique focus amongst the right wingers and in some of these social media pages. And the use of violence, essentially as an extension of politics. In other words, if you don't win the election, a violence is always an alternative. Democracies can't survive this way. We believe in elections and we support elections and in the peaceful transfer of power. That peaceful is the key word there. It's not transfer. And that is what is going on in this country. Elevated by, of course, an apparatus often led by the former president Donald Trump that elevates the language so that the listener, you don't have to parse what they're saying. The listener, their supporters, believes that violence is an essential if not justifiable means.

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Merrick Garland's DOJ Arrests 11 Pro-Life Activists

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Merrick Garland's DOJ Arrests 11 Pro-Life Activists

"Biden DoJ, the Merrick Garland DoJ has been really going after activist pro lifers. And in a recent arrest, they've arrested 11 pro life activists and charged them with violating the so called face act, the face act as the freedom of access to clinic entrances act. It was a law that passed that basically said that people can not block or interfere with the provision of reproductive healthcare, which is basically abortion. And these pro life activists, I mean, some of them, of course, just stand outside a clinic with signs, but there are others that are more activists that their job or their goal is to talk people out of getting an abortion. Now this is not to say that they that they commit any kind of violence on the contrary, what they're trying to do is a sort of disrupt the functioning of the clinic by using a human blockade. And by the way, these are tactics picked directly out of the civil rights movement. And number two, try to talk to people who are heading into get an abortion and persuade them not to. So that's their goal. Now, in 2021, a group of pro life activists did a blockade of an abortion clinic in Juliet, Tennessee. They obviously were thought they were doing something good. And they broadcasted on Facebook. This was a kind of a live action as they call it. And now a whole bunch of these people. In fact, some of them a couple of them are young, but one of them Eva eddy or adult is 87 years old. She was part of it. She's been arrested. So you've got all these people who are arrested and supposedly, there are arrested for blocking people from providing reproductive

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Daily Signal: Conservatives Accuse DOJ of Targeting Pro-Life Activists

Mark Levin

01:45 min | Last month

Daily Signal: Conservatives Accuse DOJ of Targeting Pro-Life Activists

"The daily signal Mary Margaret holahan that's heritage foundation amid accusations that it's targeting pro lifers to silence and intimidate The Justice Department has charged 11 more pro life activists but violations of the freedom of access to clinic entrances act are the face act for blocking the interests of an abortion clinic in 2021 All right you can see that this is a concerted effort of the federal bureau of instigation and the department of injustice That means they're literally having meetings every morning on who to take down and who to take out They must have a white board or something Where they decide okay today is Trump day All right tomorrow is pro lifers day All right the next day January 6th day What about the communist spies that hey we don't have time for that Besides the big guy mister 10% he's in their back pocket What do you want us to do The 11 activists who were charged with face act violation stomach from their 2021 quote unquote blockade when abortion clinic and mount Juliet Tennessee this blockade was peaceful pro life activist AJ Hurley told the daily signal last night Several of the activists were arrested on the day of the blockade after reportedly successfully preventing abortions from taking place at the clinic for most of the day but police reportedly released the activists later in the day after they posted bail for misdemeanor charges The pro life news outlet live action reporter while now They're facing the feds And federal felony charges Oh yeah

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The New Movie  'Elvis' Is an Oscars Shoo-In

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:39 min | 2 months ago

The New Movie 'Elvis' Is an Oscars Shoo-In

"Kind of tell you guys, I saw the Elvis movie. Damn, was that a good movie? You know, the director baz luhrmann has a very stylized way of making movies. If you saw the famous one he did, I mean, you know, Romeo and Juliet, moulin rouge, Gatsby, he has a certain way of making movies, even though Australia, which wasn't my favorite kind of movie. It definitely has a certain look to it that you can't mistake. It's like, you know, when you hear a certain guitar player, you can tell if it's Aerosmith, you can tell if it's The Rolling Stones, YouTube, you can hear slash them all away, you can hear, you know, Keith Richards in my way. Same thing with bosler and you always know when you're watching one of his movies. But I'll tell you, Elvis, the movie just built and built and built. It kept getting quicker and quicker and quicker until not no spoilers here. Elvis develops a drug, a pill habit, and, you know, he starts to lose, lose it, and just an amazing, amazing portrayal by Austin butler, this guy was born to play Elvis role, music was great. They even like patched in like some rap ish music into Elvis songs or I can't explain it. They took the old, the music of down south, you know, the black music, the gospel songs and infused it with some contemporary singers from today, and it really sounded amazing. Austin butler's gorgeous. I don't think Elvis had eyes that blue, but the weird thing is the way Tom Hanks plays colonel Parker, you might find that odd 'cause he has this accent he used it. I always thought colonel Parker was like a southern gentleman kind of guy. You know, like, I just assumed he was that guy. Even though he did live down there, he had this Dutch accent apparently. And it was a Dutch accent that I've learned he used that also had the hottest speech impediment, so Tom Hanks really went out of his way with prosthetics you can't believe. You can't believe it's Tom Hanks. The accent, the prosthetics, the acting, there's no question he's going to be up for best actor. I've even put Austin butler up as well from the same movie. It's that good.

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Prosecutor recalls coldness, cruelty of Parkland gunman

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Prosecutor recalls coldness, cruelty of Parkland gunman

"Testimony has begun in the penalty phase of the trial of the gunman who massacred 17 people at a Parkland Florida high school on the day of the shooting teacher Brittany Senate says her class was reading Romeo and Juliet We were having so much fun until I heard what I described as just the loudest noise you could possibly imagine Hello we're filming Douglas high school and I think there's that is 9-1-1 call She described feeling the gunshots through her body During his opening statement My name is Nick Prosecutor Mike satz repeated what Nicholas Cruz said in a video that he was going to be the next school shooter of 2018 My goal is at least 20 people with an AR-15 and some tracer rounds It's going to be a big event Sat says Cruz coldly mowed down his victims returning to some as they were wounded to finish them off I'm Ed

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Julie Kelly: No Russiagate Conviction Put the FBI on Steroids Since

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 8 months ago

Julie Kelly: No Russiagate Conviction Put the FBI on Steroids Since

"Juliet it's an important point This was all over before the 2020 election All over the news right before the election Whitmer was all over the place talking about it Listen I get it I mean if I were the subject of even an alleged plot I talk about it two of you Okay fine But you'd at least think they'd have some kind of details of this thing locked down Biden talked about it I played audio on my podcast yesterday if John heilman and MSNBC losing it over this Trump did it he incited all this violence and we find out as you said that the men didn't even know each other And the FBI was involved kind of sounds like the spygate case The payments the Christopher Steele working with Stefan halper I mean of any of these big cases actually started with anyone other than FBI informants by guys What's going on here No and it's funny Dan because someone yesterday compared Dan chapel the main informant two stuff in helper It's the same MO But Dan as you know is the expert on this subject The fact that no one has been held accountable for Russia gate just put this agency on steroids They took that They accelerated it No one paid any price So of course they were going to repeat it in 2020 And that is exactly what happened You're right Whitmer was all over it Joe Biden is ranting at campaign stops across the country accusing Donald Trump of exciting domestic terrorists I mean but you know it's funny Dan all of this coverage has completely disappeared You won't find any news in this trial and verdict in The New York Times CNN or anywhere else

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:57 min | 9 months ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Because if the answer is no to those things, then you're just being active, you're just being quote unquote, busy. Workers, Juliet, continue to go through massive change right now. And more is coming for being honest. So how can we ground ourselves to deliver great work despite these massive upheavals? Before I answer that question, I just I'm sitting here staring at your little Skype picture with Puerto Rico behind you and thinking about your dog and your leisure and your 5 day month. Yeah, that's me. I think that it would be remiss if we left cost if we didn't talk about the fact that busy as follows you home and it comes home on your shoes and you track it in the door and you miss joy, you.

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:33 min | 9 months ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"And a lot of people may think that when they're just laying in bed, and they're sleeping, that everything is shut off, but in fact, the brain is working. It's going. There are things that are happening, dreams are happening this and that. Actually, interesting to think about that type of concept. And you talk a lot about this hidden cost of busyness. What do you mean by that? Well, there are layers to that. So in the kind of plain old business sense, I know you have a lot of entrepreneurs, but we do a lot of corporate stuff. And so in the corporate world, busyness tricks people into thinking that they're productive when they're really only active. And that confusion between activity and productivity, cost companies, millions and millions and millions of dollars. And the way that we know this is we ask regular human beings with regular jobs, what percentage of your emails are a complete waste of time. What percentage of your meetings do you feel you're neither contributing or benefiting? What percentage of your reporting is completely beyond the tactical necessity for anyone at the company, but you have to write it anyway. And then we doll arise those hours reported using salary data and what we find out is it's usually about we call this the million for 50 number. It's usually about a $1 million of annual waste for every 50 human beings in an organization. So just staying busy and following this false God of constant activity costs in opportunity cost in wasted talent time, millions and millions and millions of dollars. And that's kind of the superficial cost because it's as simplest one. There's a human cost. There's a cost to creativity. There's a cost to wellness and mental health that we're all seeing now..

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Well, they have a lot of misconceptions about it. And in fact, I think that you had one just in the way that you languaged it. So let's break apart this sentence. You said twice, which is doing nothing. What is phrase? If you took an MRI scan of your brain when you were sitting in looking out of a window with no activity, you would see that your brain, the default neural network of your mind, which is where all the important stuff is cooking is colorful and on fire with activity at that moment. When we, when we make time, if you have time on your calendar that doesn't have an assignment, it's not time that is empty. You'll notice in the definition, and we've spent 20 years playing with the specific definition, time with no assignment means it does not remain empty. You go. You go places, you go to thoughts, you go to empathy, you go to ideation, you go to iteration, you go to self care. You go to places in that time. But if it has an assignment, you never have the liberty to go. So there are three main misconceptions of white space, one of them is that it remains empty. One of them is it has to be a particular length. Some people think that white space should be hours of executive time, a half an hour, an hour. That's very luxurious, but white space can also be really, really super short. It can be seconds that the pausing can change what you're up to. And then the third misconception is that white space is primarily for rest and we talked about this that there are actually four ways we use this time. People it only as a wellness tool as a restful period that's definitely one application but not the only. I'm really glad you did clarify that and one thing that I was.

"j.  juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:15 min | 9 months ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"White space? And what does the lack of it cost? Both organizations and specifically people, individuals. Let's start with let's go even a little broader. Let's go to the foundational metaphor that leads us to white space, which is that of building a fire. And this is how we begin the book. It's how we begin a lot of conversations that if you build a fire, you can have great dry wood, good pine needles, crumpling newspaper, you can have everything you need, but if you skip one critical ingredient, your fire will never ever ignite and that ingredient is space. It is the space in between the combustibles that takes a little spark and draws it into a fire. And this metaphor is the same for our work for our personal lives and for the spark, I believe, is in each and every person. I don't know why this one image sticks in my head, but I always imagine someone on the very first day of their very first job standing in front of the closet picking what to wear. This innocent sweet moment of, I am ready to make a contribution and here I go. And that is that spark. And then you walk in the door to regular work, and then that spark is extinguished by emails and meetings and Dex and paperwork and protocols and BS and all the things that weigh down wonderful earnest people. And so the space we call it white space is the time with no assignment in your day. It could be two seconds, 30 seconds, two minutes, or an hour, but it is the open space that oxygenates you and your ideas and your spark. There are a lot of uses of white space. But if you were to just identify the single, most critical use of white space, what would that be? Oh, that's tricky. Because there is one use of white space that's what everybody thinks of first. So I'd have to decide if that's the most critical. What everybody thinks white space is for is for rest and recuperation that recuperative pausing that we think is really super important. But it's only 25% of the ways that professional people use this space. They also use it to reflect and to step back and to create. So I would say post pandemic or wherever we are mid pandemic, you'd have to say that the recuperative pause is probably if I was triaging you on a gurney running into the emergency room, I'd think most people right now need some recuperative white space more than anything else. But that's not going to be enough to make this something that you do forever in your business..

"j.  juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Juliet say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with? I believe that there's such a thing as enough success and I don't hear that very often. I think that success I've heard success is a mountain that gets higher as you climb it and I have found many times I have to stop on the mountain and say there may be another view, but this one is really nice and finding ways to do that gets more and more important I'm finding as my success gets broader and as my years get longer and so I think when is enough is a success question that I will throw on the table. I'm really looking forward to this conversation today and I already am agreeing with a lot of what you're saying but I still have a lot to learn..

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Juliette Kayyem Triggered Over Southwest Airlines Pilot Saying 'Let's Go Brandon'

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Juliette Kayyem Triggered Over Southwest Airlines Pilot Saying 'Let's Go Brandon'

"Juliet cam who's a Harvard professor said that passengers on that flight should file complaints with the federal aviation administration because their ears had to hear something they don't like This Harvard person said if Southwest air doesn't do anything every passenger on that flight has standing to file a complaint with the FAA and they should do so Southwest will then be compelled to investigate or defend the pilot Have fun with that No messing around in the air bright line rule

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"To organize your shopping in your To put things in the diary whether it's at twenty dario paper diary but have have as much of a scheduled as possible. But i think many people it's the balance between scheduling spontaneity. Because we don't want life to be to richard and to regulated regimented and no. It's not like school where you know what you're doing every minute of the day we we need. I think for many people who are self employed. One of the reasons that attracted us was the flexibility and freedom and not being told what to do five but at the same time you have to. You have to be your own boss. You have to actually put some of those guidelines some of those schedules into place to make life easier because it does simplify when you didn't have to make decisions. Will the times today cents actually. Well we've been i. Can you believe it. We've retouched at eight not very doesn't feel very long. No actually we've been going for maybe for two minutes. I think we start to wind down a little bit before that today. You must have quite busy time coming out. Bought much going on. Yeah this is. This is a busy time of year. Because it's the beginning of the new academic year. So i'm running workshops for students and for parents on how to prepare especially for gsa exams. But i think it's also you know. It's a new season for some of the new year end. It's people starting to think about getting back to work and how that's gonna affect than lifestyles and i think. Procrastination is something with all the good intentions. That many people have is at this time. Vn a new season Those intentions but then actually putting them into practice and not being to toughen yourself when they don't work out but knowing it is a it is a universal thing and listen to listen to the stories. Think about how you can shift the story and shift your behavior. I've written a book if i could mention that. What's your excuse for not being more productive. Where outline all the little excuses that people make to themselves not just other people but we make excuses to ourselves And yes so. I'm going to be Running workshops on coaching and And i'm thinking about my next writing project as well happened yet. Scientific exciting. I'm going to be doing. But i want you to that. That will listeners. We will sharing on the web page. That goes with this episode. Old juliet's contact details. So if you are a sephora of procrastination and a little bit of help you'll you'll never to get in touch with juliette links style..

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Tennessee Pastor Greg Locke Slapped With Lifetime Ban From Twitter

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Tennessee Pastor Greg Locke Slapped With Lifetime Ban From Twitter

"We're talking my friend. One of the heroes pastor greg lock. He is in the nashville area in mount. Juliet actually tennessee. He pastors global vision. Bible church my brother gregg. Welcome to the program. Thank you eric. Thanks for having always a joy you You encourage me. And that's important because they're not a lot of wastes out there. It was just talking to my wife this morning about who who has been really bold Who is saying this stuff that other people you can't say that can't say that you've been one of them and For your boldness. I guess you were recently kicked off twitter. I guess i should take a badge on are always kicked. This program was killed off youtube because we must be saying something. That's bothering somebody. I know i'm not spreading disinformation or misinformation. And i know you're not but that's what they say. Isn't that what they said. Oh absolutely yeah you know. You're over the target dropping. The right bombs and i mean. I've been on twitter since two thousand nine and anybody. That knows anything about social media. Twitter's the hardest platform to build but it also has the most trolls and the most vitriolic pushback in so it really is a kind of a badge or one hundred and fifteen thousand followers verified platform at booms. They took it down and said lifetime suspension. I it's it's amazing. Because i had a similar thing we had. I don't know two hundred twenty thousand youtube subscribers and they gave us you know it's kind of like this creepy marxist standards community standards right and i think folks like you and me were being loud because we know this is. This is not just un-american. This anti american. This is evil. This is marxist evil. We shouldn't stand for it and by the way if you stand for it you're part of the problem folks. I hate to break it down for you but you are part of the problem. We're living in tough

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Juliet Huddy and Frank Murano. Thank you very much, and we are back. I'm Juliet. Frank is the male voice. I am indeed, yes, when it's not Matt SAPIENs as voice And, uh, you said that you had something to talk about. Oh, we have something to talk about. We have we have Bernie and said to talk about so sit is off today. Yes, he's off for Yum Kippur hopefully has an easy fast today. Yes, but coming up on the Bernie and sideshow. It's just going to be Bernie and their guests include, uh very interesting cast of characters today. You are going to hear from Frasier star Kelsey Grammer and, um, none other than the Republican nominee for Mayor Curtis Sliwa. He's gonna be out at 7 40. And Bill O. Reilly. He's going to be on as well. Okay. Well on that note, let's talk about some other things that are happening. Um, I told you yesterday at the end of the show again about Alanis Morissette Singer. She is not happy with the new documentary that's scheduled to come out shortly, she said. We were finding a little bit of more information as to why she apparently skipped the premier of what she calls a salacious HBO documentary. Um, that claims that she was raped and says that she interviewed she says she interviewed during a very vulnerable time. I think she was having postpartum depression, she says. She says the documentary is reductive. And, she says it contains implications and facts that are simply not true. Now I don't really understand this because she is the one who's sitting there being interviewed. So unless they're just getting crafty with editing, which is always a possibility, But HBO is not really that's not really their style. Um, she says, Look, this is not the story. I agreed to tell Now. They perhaps went to talk to other people, and maybe they should some light on the story. It's really not clear. But she says, bottom line that she was lulled into a false sense of security, and she was taken advantage of by filmmakers that she trusted. And she said, Obviously, they don't worry her trust, but the whole gist of it is that it's supposed to be while she thought it was supposed to be. 1/20 anniversary nod to her big breakthrough album, which came out in 1995 Jagged little Pill, so I don't know. I don't know about this. I don't know either, but I mean, look, you shouldn't give interviews. If you shouldn't say things in these interviews that you don't want Out there. Yeah, I'm just not sure that this is the fault of the filmmaker. I don't know. Well, so I guess we'll see what happens when this thing comes out. Yeah, again, As I said yesterday, I think this is generating much more interested in stacking generate than would otherwise be the case. Time magazine. Is out with its list of the 100. Most influential people of 2021. Among the icons included Prince Harry and Meghan. Markle. I just did this story. Frank, Are you not listening? I didn't hear you say that. We did the whole Yeah. Was that part of the royal alert? Uh, okay. Well, well, I know that you're You're this here. Here's the thing, guys. So we're on this show right? And we have to be. We have to do the show. We're constantly going back and forth with each other, but we also have to monitor Breaking news and news that's happening, you know? So we're giving you the breaking news, and it can be a little bit challenging. So sometimes when Frank is reading doing his stuff, I'm searching to see if there's anything new. So I would imagine that's what happened. All right. Well, let me tell you about what Time magazine is doing. They had this list of the 100. Just kidding. All right. Sorry about that. Now, who else is on the list, though? All right. Well, I was going to get there, but I got heckled. All right. So you have Britney Spears. You have Alexei Navalny in the Pioneer section. You have pop star Billie Eilish and Fame civil rights attorney Ben Crump. The names listed as Titans include decorated Olympian Simone Biles, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. Political leaders include President Biden, China, Z Jinping and Wyoming. Congresswoman Liz Cheney. They're all on the list. Alright, Quite interesting. Yeah, not. These lists are always Curious. Um, you're not. I mean, you are a gambler, but I would imagine you're not a Macau. Type gambler. I am flying over to Macau. Am not while I have not done that yet. Would you be interested? You know it is known as China's Las Vegas. Probably not. Unless there was a unless there was a serious need for me to be there. I probably would not be. Well, I don't know if you've heard about this, but there seems to be some sort of cultural revolution happening over out of Beijing. Officials. There are clamping down on artists and, you know, performers and things like that. Basically, really shutting down any influence from the West. They don't like that, and they're also apparently cracking down or they are announcing a crackdown on industry. And one of the big industries. There is, of course, gambling in Macau, It's again China's Las Vegas. Apparently, the Macau casino suffered an $18 billion loss $18 billion loss says And shares after Beijing officials unveiled plans for a crackdown on the industry in the world's biggest gambling city. So Uh, you know, I guess I guess maybe don't make any plans to go to Macau. Yeah, I'll stick with my Atlantic City trips. That's probably good. Yeah. York City's San Genero Feast starts today. It's the first time the street festival will line the streets of Little Italy since the beginning of the pandemic. Sources say. Organizers were on the fence about hosting the event this year, but said It was necessary to ensure its longevity. A blessing of the stands takes place this evening at six, while the 23rd annual canola eating contest is slated for one p.m. tomorrow..

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Why Is the U.S. Government Withholding Names, Details of Two ISIS 'Planners' Killed?

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Why Is the U.S. Government Withholding Names, Details of Two ISIS 'Planners' Killed?

"The war is not over. We have over the horizon, and we demonstrated that when we killed a few of these cockroaches the other day, what are their names were not telling you Why we're out now. What are their names? When I telling you Why As their planners. You know why Ladies and gentlemen, I'll take a guess. If they actually hit the people who were involved. In the specific attack. That wound up killing scores of Afghans, among others, and our precious 13 troops. We know their name their serial number and we have their pictures. If they were the ones that were actually behind it. As soon as I heard this, I said to my wife, Juliet, how do they know they got these guys? We pulled all of our intelligence out of there. I don't think they do. Presumably they would tell us were they not? You watch how the narrative changes The spinning is beginning. The correct media is going to jump in You

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Looking Back at the Secure Fence Act

Latino USA

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Looking Back at the Secure Fence Act

"This october will mark fifteen years. Since president. George w bush signed the secure fence act of two thousand and six bill. I'm about to sign is an important step. In our nation's efforts to secure our border and reform immigration system congress approved the act with bipartisan support authorizing nearly seven hundred miles of new barrier along the southwestern border with mexico up until this point just a few dozen miles of border wall had been built and that happened under democratic president. Bill clinton under president george w. bush the secure fence act would focus on militarizing the nearly two thousand mile long border with mexico the act allowed vehicle. Barriers checkpoints increased uses of satellites cameras and other technologies order. Property owners would soon received letters from the federal government asking them for permission to enter and survey their land. This would lead to legal battles and property seizures with many of these moving into new administration's today reporter aaron nelson takes us to a university in brownsville. Texas we're dr. juliet. Garcia led a legal battle against border wall construction. This case is a reminder of the fights. Many continue to wage against an opponent almost impossible to defeat. Here's earn nelson. One overcast morning and late spring. Dr juliet garcia stands at the wild entrance of a defunct golf course overgrown palm palm fronds obscure the welcome sign where the university of texas brownsville. Golf team was headquartered. The golf course was popular with retirees and young golfers hosting tournaments for local high schools countless thousands of rounds of golf every year. If it's part of what we're trying to build here but that's gone now. What lies beyond the wall. Today is a no-man's-land. An outcome of goliath versus david kind of battle. This story begins in late. Two thousand seven a few months after the secure fence act became law the federal government targeted. Utd's land and other private land to try and build a border wall as president of the university. Dr garcia was forced to step away from the classrooms and into the forefront of an unexpected fight to protect the institution. She had helped create. Nobody wants to take on an issue like this. You know. I mean. I'd jobless to hire faculty not fight department of homeland security.

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Accelerate!

"The conflation of activity with productivity is if i send fifth mike olsen fifty e mails day. I was practice now back the none of those fifty emails generated. These are activity that you can follow up on with a with a buyer So by definition wasn't productive no one really cares to some degree. It's got my fifty. It's not only self-generated. Though that the sales people sometimes are in their own personal habitual groove of creating that activity but it also has to do with the rewards and rules that they live within. So if you have calendar tw- twenty meetings a week you're going to find seven low-value meetings to throw in to make your twenty even though you know that it would be better to focus on the thirteen high-value meetings of the week but you're not allowed to and that we've seen this time and time again. Coaching and training sales teams. That they're they're torn between their instinctive sense of wanting to work on the gold rather than check the boxes but they don't have a choice. Well so let's let's dive into that though because yeah you had a really interesting quote on the book from Salman ash does Social conformity research and this conformity is one of the. I think and i believe part of i address in my new book is coming up. Next year is is the trend to increasing trend to conformity and plays into this whole notion of business right. because you talk about I think you talking about people engage in activity are brush up their curb appeal Us there a real estate metaphor. Give the actually doing something. But one of the dangers of the technologies come into sales is that it's given more transparency into the actual activities that are happening and so people are being measured more on activities in and having processes that enforce compliance to to these activity sets and kpi's has increased tremendously. And i to me. It's it's a real danger. This is this is this one is really hurts our productivity in this profession. Is this the sense that everyone has to conform and no one can be themselves but some are not and some are some are realizing that in this moment post pandemic that there's a spectacular opportunity to to want things to be different into to to get those messages upward toward management. There was a you. You quoted a recent study. There was another one done by monster. Granted the sample size is only seven hundred people but the job site monster said that ninety five percent of people ninety five percent of people who answered their most recent survey were considering leaving their current job and in this market where people are there. Sort of edited emotional edge where they can't take the tolerated misery anymore and leaving and jumping and making profound changes in the way that they live feels more possible than ever i think employers are going to have to pony up with more logical ways of working to keep people right now and even the people that are staying are beginning to become vocal about what they want in a different way. I just think some of our thin skinned post pandemic real nece is beginning to crest. And i hope it leads to a whole new line of dialogue about what people really want at work. Well you've. I'm sure you've read the research that says this slap them about this last night with my wife is the exact study is talking about. Oh some aspect of work after pandemic but the data's are a showing that the predictions made twelve months ago aren't coming true I think maybe one of those. I remember thinking about was People's short arkansas risen written recently about Return the office and how that will spur innovation creativity because you know bringing people together and having them interact you know. Is that spur that they want. But you serve. Make the argument. Which i think is pretty compelling the actually if you bring them together but don't give people time to think you're not going to get that creativity that innovation you want right the the separation that you want to think about and for every person out there who wants their work to feel different is you have to think about the wear topics in return to office and the how topics the where topics are. Where will we sit. Where will real estate be sold or cab. How will desks look all that. Where stuff is very very focal in our minds right now but how is being sublimated by the where and how is where we can make work. We have an opportunity right now to finally change the fact. That work is the most unpleasant part of people's lives. This is the moment where we have a spectacular opportunity for redesigning. Pretty much everything we have. We're going back to a blank slate. So reducing stupid work having more positive conformity having people really stand up and say this isn't working for me anymore. I think that we're in a window right now. Where more of that as possible than ever. And i'd like to encourage if if people are listening and they look around in their current. How kinda sucks. This is the moment. Start talking to like minded friends at work in saying. How can we begin to talk about this out loud with leaders. Well how do they do them. Because i think that's really a critical point and something again. I talk about my upcoming book. Is that sellers have to grab back autonomy. This this whole trend towards compliance conformity has damaged their ability to achieve what they need to achieve what they want to achieve in their careers. Absolutely let me give you some house then. No yeah please. I think because there really are tangible things that people can do. And i think that we have to acknowledge that there is no they doing it to us anymore. We have internalized this worship of business. This complacency around wasteful work. A lot of it. We just we just 'cause it now. It's inside of us so if i was talking to one individual person sitting out there who works in an illogical and choking workflow and wants to change that i would tell them to do a couple of things the first of all i would think i would try to think through the lens of quantification wherever possible. Meaning if you want to talk to leaders sometimes you have to talk the of money. So as an example give you an example when are when we work with clients. We do surveys to show the cost of wasted work as run by salary data we'd take salary data. We asked people. How many stupid emails do you send. How many stupid meetings do you sit in. How many nonsense reports do you read. And then we take the time that's wasted. And we quantify it. The number that is evidenced is usually around a million dollars of annual ways for every fifty people annually. Now that is a spectacular number. It's the equivalent of taking twelve out of fifty people in saying to them just go Eat doritos and play video games all day long. That's the value now. Twelve out of fifty people. So if you think through this powerful lens of quantification you may be able to see some places where you can begin. Dial for instance. Let's say you're a salesperson who works in a crm and let's say your crm has seventeen fields where you know that only six are really functionally necessary for the work that you do if you can try to make a light. Guess as to the amount of time per hour per day that you spend in those eleven other fields those fields that are only there either for a trust issue from management or some sort of grandfathered reason that nobody even knows why they're there anymore. If you can start to do the math math at your eight year old can do. You can start to form a pretty cogent argument. Hey i spent about eight minutes. An our in these extra fields. And i spent about eight hours a day and so now i start to do math and i notice. Hey ma value of my times about fifty bucks an hour. hey manager. i'm noticing that i'm spending x. Thousands of dollars a year entering information into crm fields. That are there for no functional purpose and that lends just starting to think about numbers is a really powerful way to begin a dialogue. another way. To begin a dialogue is through the doorway of humanity instead of business to look around and notice that the wellness issues the the the depression the marital stuff that crying. Moms everything that we've been seeing in interviews with leaders of the last..

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Call For US Federal Government To Make Vaccination Mandatory for Air Travel

Kottke Ride Home

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Call For US Federal Government To Make Vaccination Mandatory for Air Travel

"A quick link over on cocky dot org yesterday. That really got me thinking. It's a piece in the atlantic by juliet. Kayem former assistant secretary for homeland security. During the obama administration basically arguing that the us federal government should make it a requirement for people to be vaccinated in order to travel on airplanes now while she cops that most airplanes filtration systems make transmission on the plane itself fairly rare. The bigger concern she says is transmission in airports and then wherever people are traveling to pointing out that the whole reason for international travel bans is to reduce spreads so is in our huge country with disparate state governments at similar risk and according to a recent new york times and kaiser family foundation pull that she shared forty one percent of people who said they were waiting to see about getting a vaccine would get one if they had to do so to travel even eleven percent of respondents who were entirely opposed to getting. The vaccine said they'd be swayed by travel ban quoting. I am the public debate. Making vaccination a precondition for travel employment and other activities as described this approach as vaccine mandates a term that to critics suggests that unvaccinated people are being ordered around arbitrarily. What is actually going on. Mostly is that institutions are shifting burdens to unvaccinated people denying them access to certain spaces requiring them to take regular cove in nineteen tests charging them for the cost of that testing rather than imposing greater burdens on everyone americans still have a choice to go unvaccinated but that means giving up on certain societal benefits. Nobody has a constitutional right to attend the lion. King on broadway or work at disney or walmart employers and entertainment venues are realizing that they can operate more easily without the hassle of planning around unvaccinated employees and customers

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The Journey of a Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

ESPN Daily

01:29 min | 1 year ago

The Journey of a Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

"Juliet is a wild time to be talking. You right now. You're in the middle of covering euro twenty twenty and event that had been delayed due to covid the olympics are also right on the horizon also thrown into flex by the coronavirus pandemic. But you have this documentary feature that. You've been preparing for east sixty. That feels like it sits at the center of this entire messy ven diagram. It is about sports it is about science it is about the pandemic and the olympics and one particular family. First of all pablo is a gift of a story. It's a reporter's dream julie. Foudy is an olympic and world cup champion with the us women's national team and now she's a soccer commentator and reporter for espn. You have a mom who is a scientist who has toiled for decades on something that she believes deeply in. And this technology that led to the pfizer and madonna vaccine. That's the scientific community. Took so long to understand. You have a daughter who's an athlete who doesn't realize her full potential until later in life and their combined journey and a willingness to grind it out in the best of ways and just figure it out along the way has literally changed the world and saved millions of lives

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Plane Crash in Eastern DR Congo Kills 3

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Plane Crash in Eastern DR Congo Kills 3

"First item in the news is a crash akin opera l. Four ten at bukavu our book book. Bukavu i think on june sixteenth twenty twenty one loss tight after departure due to a load shift. This is from. Simon rats keys Wonderful of va aviation herald website of web now herald dot com okay Probably easier just to say okay. Yeah can't now now. I think about it Kanowa let l. e. t. l. for ten registration. Nine sierra gulf road. Julia performing flight. From the cavu to sean bunda and the democratic republic of congo with one passenger and two crew and one point six tons of sheet metal crashed about thirty six seconds after take-off from kabul mom. Aerodrome at about you have to say like eleven fifteen Which is nine fifteen. All three occupants perished in the crash. The aircraft has been destroyed. No i was just at the spilling their yeah not not could spilling. But that's okay. We know they may. Yes in the evening Dr congo's ministry of transport released a statement. Reporting airplane departed bukavu with three occupants at one point six tons of cargo about three minutes after takeoff at about eleven fifteen local. The aircraft began deviating from his initial trajectory and impacted the ground an investigation investigations being set up on june. Seventeen twenty twenty one. The airline reported that the airplane was involved in the crash. Nine sierra gulf romeo juliet the aircraft carried fifteen hundred kilograms of iron ruth roof sheeting preliminary information suggests a load shift caused the aircraft of pitch up less than thirty seconds after takeoff and to enter a full aerodynamic stall

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"A h n, but yeah, you could check it out. There's a free e-book about how to live a more fulfilling life. I give my favorite recipe. There's even a spicy Margarita. My favorite spicy Margarita. Oh yeah. Yes, some of my favorite foods, but also like my very simple morning routine and different things like that. So there's a free e-book on there as well but the price point of the workshop I made it. So everyone really can do it. You know there's I did not make it where it's so crazy that people are like, well I can't do that cuz I can't afford it. Everyone can afford it if something Does have Financial issues, if they stopped, like, change a couple different habits. They could totally afford it. So Rob, thank you so much. This was awesome. And I really, I mean, we connected, I was on your hotlist out for the podcast for March, I believe. And then in podcast magazine number 12 for top moms and podcasting. Yes, you were. I found my passion and I love it. I love it. I love I absolutely love podcasting and I love coaching I really do and I love, you know, I've have a good life because I've created a good life, I love my kids, my husband, my dog, and my family wage is just it's things are good. So I appreciate you and your crazy in a good way and Jokers. Oh, so crazy and a very good way. That's a I always ask my guess what is Crazy Town me to you and it's so interesting to hear what they say. Like crazy attempt to me is just my energy, my family's energy, just love and just life. You're amazing. Julia, thank you so much for being here today. I really appreciate it. When you reset Juliet. Let her know you listen to this episode of Life transformation radio and thank you so much for your support page taking the time out of your busy and precious day to listen. We feel appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along with my very special, guest Juliet, Han touch your heart, move your soul and to inspire you to live a life of transformation. I'm Rob access until next time This is life transformation radio. Download complete..

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Let their fire, you know, out, right? How do we do that? Well, so so I have a daughter who is eleven. And so this is an interesting that you just bring this all up because she is a strong. She has a strong. I mean, she's eleven. So she's a girl, but she's a woman and she's a strong woman. And well, when I interview, there's been a few women that I've entertained and they talk about when they were younger, they were called bossy, and I always stopped them and like, you were not bossy. You are a leader and they're actually with you. I thank you. And I teach my daughter. Listen, you are a leader. You are innate leader. Don't any? Let anyone snuff your light out. And when you were talking about that, like the boys and the and the other catty women, the thing that's the SIM About the boys and the caddy women is they lack confidence. So it comes all from the confidence and this is what I teach my clients and this is what I talked about to everyone. So like when I when I we moved to a new town three years ago and people were like, oh watch out for this group. Watch out for that group. And I was like, I'm not watching out for anyone. What are you talking about? I am confident in who I am. You guys needs to be confident in who you are and you need to raise your children to be confident in who they are. It doesn't matter their gender, this. And that you have to be confident and that is something that is very much lacking in our society. And in fact, and it's crazy. The people that I think have confidence and then I realize don't. And I, they're sometimes, they're my clients but I just years, they're smoking. Right? And that's sad. It's that song breaks my heart because I surround myself with confident people I want to lift other people. I I don't ever think and this is I've I just literally had this conversation with my daughter and her some of her friends they were talking about this girl that was dead. Very nice and I said, I don't so feel sorry for her. Absolutely, absolutely. You know what she's hurting inside? No, it's not. Okay, that she's mean to you. You don't accept them instead of being me back. This is what you say. You know what? I'm sorry that you're going through something I'm here. If you ever want to chat and then you separate yourself with them, you don't need to fix them, right? You don't need to be their hero but also don't let them get to you because you are a confident person. You like who you are and you lift other people up. And that's what this world needs people to lift each other up. And so we're kind people are pushing and so whether it's girls or men or boys or whatever it is the the lack of the confidence and it's people worried about someone else's going to get ahead of me and this is what I say. Do you have live a life and this is going to sound so Kochi, but it's really true. When you live a life of abundance, like every person that I have on my podcast is dead. Doors for me. I just I just created a partnership with the NFL thread, which is the women of the NFL, the women of the NFL do so much behind the scenes that no one realizes and I'm giving them a platform should be able to talk about it and then and then we're benefiting this charity called Mom bomb. Org and it helps single women off. And then my workshop is not only, we're going to help them Elevate and get them out of their stock part, like, you know, help them financially, but then we're going to teach them skills to be able to go out in the world and create with your create a passion, create something a business that they can then Elevate and help the next person because that is what it is. All about. You live, a life of abundance and doors open. You live a life smallness and you're just going to stay there and you're going to be miserable and why would you want to do that? You want to live life to the fullest Elevate other people? And I always said this, is the other thing I say to my daughter birth. And my son's, if you think like, I remember women that I, you know, have been in. Oh, this person doesn't like me, why would they not? Like you, have you ever like, there's no reason why someone went like you. It's their problem. Just be nice to them cuz you're a nice person. Just act like yourself and a lot of times and that's what I do. I always, and, and that's one thing. Everyone always says, I am pretty much nice to everyone. If someone is off a bit of an a-hole, I will, you know, that's not my, not everyone is my cup of tea and that's fine. I don't surround myself from them, but I don't ever think it has anything to do with me. Write down their problem. Not my problem. I love how you talk about a bunch. It's so funny. I was just thinking, so, a conversation with today? Well, I do a lot of podcasts, like a lot. This is my fourth hour or so. And then I got another interview again for for podcast magazine. So I do a lot. So today is a busy day and it's so good. So it all comes together and we're talking about a I and I was just imagining you and I are artificial intelligent robots and wage. Of the same programming because if you're in any of my podcasts or you listen to anything, that I say, I always talk about abundance and I always talk about, you know, live a life of abundance and don't live at a scarcity and it's just so funny. Just I love it because I can't reach everybody and I love that. You're sharing the message that I want to share, and I want to extend an invitation to you. Is that like I said, I'm all about empowering women. So, I would love to have your NFL wives and also, what do you call? What was it called? Not. So it's called it's Mom bomb. They actually, it's a, it's a non, it's a charity and it came out the, the woman that started it. She was a single mom sick. And, and literally, the only way she got out of it as she was sort of creating these bath bombs. And then she realized she was successful women woman. She has her own business office, she realized that making these actually made her feel better. So she's like, I'm going to do this for single moms and she created this line and it's just blown up. So then I had the CEO cuz I am. With a woman and that started the company. We went to high school together you know, lost touch whatever, I saw a pop-up on social media and I was like, oh my gosh, I love what she's doing. I'm going to reach out to her. I then had to CEO on my podcast to tell her story. She's like, I've never told my story, the way I just told my story to you, this was amazing, we connected. And then the same with the NFL thread. It was like, these are thoughts, are three powerful women that can lift other women up and help them be better and then help them better someone else. So you know, that saying empowered women Empower women, but it is so true. And that is, I want that. I want, I want just the world right now, like all the stuff that happened in the pandemic, and, you know, people were getting so sick with everything happened way, so it's never going to go back the same. I'm like it will, and we all just have to do our part and stop living in our small little holes and not liking your neighbor because they have a diss opinion, your neighbor can birth. That opinion, it doesn't matter, it doesn't affect you, have your opinion, respect their opinion. You don't have to, you don't have to agree with their opinion, but that's the way the world go around. Stop everyone, judge each other and and getting into arguments about the stupidest stuff just be good to go out there to share. Yeah all we have is to connect with other human beings. That's what I love podcast and I'm sitting here like what a treat? Like, I look at the time, like, oh my God, I thought we were been on for like five minutes of like, whoa. So it's so great and it just, it just likes me up and I love what you do. I love, you know, I'm a creative and I I love you work with creatives, I love that. You've discovered your creative, you have a program coming out, just touch on that really quickly. Give us some ways they can reach you but tell me a little bit about your program coming up for creatives. Yeah. So it's called your next step workshop and it basically helps you find and tap into your creative passion and turned it into a business job. And money making business. It also can be turned into a charity where you're also making money for someone else, but it's going to tap into a passion. And when you tap into that passion, your life just becomes better. It just comes better. You, you're able to do so many different things in the world. So and you can find me at, it's basically my website is I am Juliet honda.com, my page, Instagram is I am Juliet. Honda Facebook is Juliet Han and it's j u l, i e t h..

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

19:47 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Learned bout to do that. Like, okay, I've put it all on the table, I've done everything I need to do and now I'm done, and if there is things that I have to, I will make sure I like, you know, side table them and I've gotten better at that. But yeah, my husband can fall asleep like that and but I do do it now and it's funny to see my kids certain kids that can do that others. That are like, I just can't shut my brain off and I'm like, oh, and you're 47. It will get better. Yeah, I'm the best song will, you know, we're going to talk about limited mindset and one of the the hacks that Peak Performance hacks, that you can do for mindset, is to take care of yourself and the self care and home. Leave is really one of the most important things you can do mean sleep and drinking, lots of water like they're saying, don't do to make your life better and people. Like how do I become so successful, how do I do this? Well, the first thing is take care of you. And you know what, Rob, I love that. You said that because it's really funny as people always will say to me, like, how do you get your energy? How do you get your energy? And there was times in my life, where I only needed like four hours of sleep. I didn't need a ton and I still worked well, but as I've gotten older, I need more sleep and I know that. So I know I have to turn them off or I'm not going to perform the next day and I love what I do and I want to be all in it. I don't want to be groggy and tired, so I do just that. So I but then there's my days where I'm like, okay, I guess what I'm going to say a black or have some cocktails and then I know those days the next day I don't need to be on or have something I have to do. It's a little bit more of a relaxed day and that's usually on the weekends. But I love that you said that because God So important sleep and people don't give it enough enough credit and a lot of people will say, you know, work 24/7, you really shouldn't you really should not be really 24/7, you know off. So there's Grant Cardone, there's Gary V and there's all these other Grinders and you know, we work hard and we play hard. I'm sure you play as hard as I do. I mean, I reward myself, I could play and and it's, it's why I work so hard and, you know, I'm somewhat had a few near-death experiences and I know how important life is, and you don't want regrets, and if you grind grind grind, grind, grind and you never stop and take care of yourself. The universe is going to say that's enough, that's enough. Because here's the thing, you have 1081 body and you have to take care of it. You know, my mom is 94 years old, and she has taken care of her body. And she, she just stopped dead. Having like six months ago, like ninety, three years old and she's Drive. She's like, I can't drive it. Go. I think you're almost a century old. I think it's time for you to stop driving. Right right. She would come home. Like how did that scratch? Get on the back. What is all that yellow paint? I'm like, oh my God, I can't imagine what's going on out there. So she stopped driving but we only have one body and we have to take care of it, you know, if you only got one car for the rest of your life and you knew that you only got one car for the rest of your life. I heard this Warren Buffett was talking about this is you would take care of it a little bit differently than you currently take care of your car knowing I'm just going to tosche it and get another car in 3 years hundred percent sleep and water and good food and surrounding yourself with Incredible people. Is really one of the most powerful things you can do for mindset. Yep. And you know, it Rob the thing, another thing that you said that I just love is cuz I interview women that have followed a passion, turned it into a career. And I literally just had one of my guests. She talked about that. Literally, she was stopped in her tracks because all she did was go. Go, go. She was that a Pianist? So at age, three to sixteen and what her body actually stopped? Like it didn't, it would not move forward. And I said to her dead, this happened to her twice. And so I said, you know, it's really interesting because I think people don't listen, they don't hear The Whispers. They don't write, they don't are not tuned in themselves, but if all of a sudden you're feeling, like I need to pause. I need to pause my body. You really do have to listen because whether you believe in God or it's the universe, something's going to stop you because you're just not made to do that. So you do have to take the brakes off. So important for your mind and your body. And as you said like, there's the Grinders, but they know themselves, right? They know like a garyvee, I've heard him, he will stop when he needs to stop, but there are certain people. I don't know it and then they run into something, where then they have to. Yeah, I got a blood clot and I was wow, bed for 3 and 1/2 months. Now I missed her action. I been like this High prefer off my Grandma had five years old called me, mister action. And so, like, I've been going and going and going and in my panties, I mean, I wasn't paying attention. I was in Peak Performance, I was doing Muay Thai and box scene and working out six days a week. I was in my fifties and I I'm telling you I was I was killing it and then I Charlie horse and, you know, God the universe said, hey, you're done, you need to stop. You need to slow down, right? And you don't want to push yourself to the point where it was for me, where Oh, I feel like I'm going to die. That's scary! It's terribly scary, terrible. Yeah, that was a moment of transformation for me. So, let's talk about a transformation for you. So you do so much, you know, just give us a little background of where you came from. How you got to be a peak performer, that you are an inspirational, you are, and, and such a thought leader and changer. Like, how did you, you just wake up one day and now I'm Julie at hon, I was just, I was Julia hunt like transformation, what happened? Yeah, you know. So it's interesting. So I, I grew up on 105, great family, very supportive parents. We are, there's a lot of Dyslexia in our family, so school was really tough for me wage, but I was an athlete. So I was always like, that's what drove me. So, I really excelled. I was really good athlete. And so, As I Grew, my mom was an educator. So she had the support I I really was born with confidence. There was not many times that I was like, oh, I sucked because I suck in school. I kind of was like, School stupid, you know. I was that kind of kid, like I'll just get through it because I do have a very positive mindset like I I was born. I was a happy kid even on days, you know, I still remember and I do talk about it in my podcast early on about remembering and going off and thinking about those days in school where I was like, oh, that was tough. But because I was an athlete. And that's where I excelled. That's where I got confidence. I had a lot of friends and, you know, we would even though they were better in school than may, I excelled here? So as I became a parent and I will pause for a second, so I did, I went to college, I played two sports. And when I was in college, I really quickly realized I'm actually, I'm not bad in school. It's just that I learned different and I went into Communications radio, television and film and completely fell in love. I look back when I was a kid. And it wasn't my parents, but someone told me, I wasn't creative. They were like, you're not creative. You're the athletes stick with that. So I always gave myself that storyline. And, and now that I look back, it wasn't that I was off like sad about it or like, oh, I'm not creative. I just kind of was like, nope I'm not creative. This is what I'm good at cuz I am very big on like we all have our strengths and our weaknesses and we need to, we need to recognize them. Not a good. I'm not an athlete. That's not me, right beside. So that's the thing. Like we have to, we have to acknowledge the things that we have to like, work extra hard at or not. So, I always said that I was not sure if I was not creative when I had, when I was in college. I mean, I literally, I just found it. I wrote a, a, a pilot for a show and I just was reading it and I was like, oh my gosh, I was so good. I did a movie, I did all these things. However, I fell in love with the sales part of it, because I also limiting beliefs. I'm not creative, I'm not creative so that when I had children It was really interesting because I used to tell the kids story lines. So like we didn't do devices, we would be on long trips and I would come up with these families and they had all these Adventures still telling myself, I wasn't creative. So when the kids were say hey Mom can you help me with this art project? Oh no no no Mom doesn't do that. I don't like arts and crafts. Let's go dig in the dirt. Let's go jump. Let's climb let's like do scary and daring things. That took me like my husband would be like oh my God or three year olds at the top of the tree. I'm like, yeah, she's amazing. Look at her, she's strong and, oh my gosh. Yeah. And he would be like, if she falls and she's not going to fall. This is where she's gained confidence. Cuz that's how I got my confidence. And it's just very interesting because as I kept growing it was again, I would give myself, I'm not creative but then I got into coaching I do Fitness coaching because I was good at that. That's what I knew I was comfortable. My kids were a little bit older, I wanted a little bit more and I realized I was really good at all. So inspiring women and helping them get out of birth. Certain times of their life and and I was great at like encouraging and shepherding like, hey, we could do this together. And why would start doing more more social media? I would write a page on social medias, I was coming up with pictures still saying I wasn't creative, then I decided to start a podcast because I was a little bit bored in my life and that's one thing I is like, my biggest fear is being bored and stagnant in life. I always create something because I don't want that. So, I live in my living, I'm not creative, but I'm bored. And so, I create stuff. I love, I love how our minds work is off. They don't see the other side. Well, then that's where the limiting belief is right. I gave myself the storyline and again, I was confident. It wasn't that I was putting myself down, but really, if I think back at it and look at it, I was putting myself down. I was saying someone along the lines told me. I wasn't creative. So I just assumed create creative was Art and drawing, and I wasn't good at that stuff. So long. I said to my husband and my kids, I'm going to start a podcast and they said, oh, that's so interesting. Do you know how to start a podcast and I said nope, but I'm going to learn. I literally Googled it figured it out. I realized very quickly, I don't like editing hired an editor and that was a 2019. I fell in love with it because I'm creative and a lot of Storytelling that's like my and I love communicating and talking and and sharing stories and getting people fired up like, guess what? You're good at this you can do this. So I found my passion there and so that's kind of how As I Grew in my journey as a woman as a mom as a podcaster. As a business owner, it was little steps and it was just all of a sudden. I mean I was taking cuz I take my two boxers every morning, I take them for a walk. I wake up at 5:20 without an alarm, I work out for 30 minutes cuz I need that. As my husband said for my squirrel brain, my husband well wage. Laugh at me and say, I think, you know, you got some energy here today because when I am creating my energy is on fire, it is, it is so on point in life, so exciting. So I was walking the boxers and I was listening to the book. Big magic. You know, you know, that book is by Elizabeth Gilbert a dog. I want to hear more. Tell me, tell me what it's really cool cuz I so I was never a reader because of my dyslexia, but I listen, right? So I listen to podcasts, I listen to audible audible books and because of my coaching, I would listen to other books. So I can help my clients a little bit better off. And so I someone told me about it and I was like, oh, it's about writing a book. I'm not creative. I could never write a book because I'm dyslexic and I, you know, I'm really good with my words. I guess I could write a book, you know, voice, whatever. And I started listening to this book and she's the one that did Eat. Pray Love, which I've actually never read or ever saw the movie, but cool, you gotta go watch the movie. It's great job. Is not funny. Everyone says that they're like and I'm a huge movie buff. I just never, it's just was never like on my radar. So I listen to that book and all of a sudden, a light bulb went off, and that's when I also pivoted my podcast. So, instead of telling my personal stories, especially also during covid-19 did quarantine stories where I interviewed people, but I decided that I want to share other people's stories. I want to share other people's stories of how they're lighting the world on fire, how they are exciting, and how they're stepping out of their own Comfort. Like, when people say to me, how could you just start a podcast? Mean, you didn't know what you were doing? And I said, I do that all the time. I start things that are scary because actually keeps me alive and I loved and I know you too when we get disconnected, I was like Rob totally gets that cuz that's your the same way, right? I do. I do the uncomfortable. I love doing uncomfortable things. I love, you know, just that putting myself in those situations cuz they may Still alive and and that's how your next stop the podcast came about because it's interviewing people that have followed a passion. And I had to, as I'm walking, I had two of friends that I saw live a certain life that they weren't super happy about and they pivoted and they actually followed a hobby and made it into these huge businesses. So I was like, I want them to go on. I want other women to be sitting there listening and saying, you know what? I always wanted to write that book, or I always wanted to do a blog or I always wanted to start a podcast if they can do it, why can't I write? And so that's, that's that's that's, that's my story in a nutshell. I love it. So, you know, I, I love That you're such an action taker. I love how you just, you know, the thing that people need to realize is people around you, especially your inner circle, they think far more of you, and they see so much more potential than you do. And the one thing that I've discovered, especially with my coaching and doing the podcast, is that so many people are struggling with self-worth? Yeah, it's epidemic. It's unbelievable. It is sad because I'm looking at these people I'm like oh my God you're so incredible. Know I can never do that. It's just like wow I you know it's really important for you to look around and if you have incredible people surrounding you, I guarantee you're pretty incredible. Like, I just want you to know that you're pretty incredible and you should start really paying attention. You can even ask people like, do you see me like I did that recently with a few people in my life. I was just curious and I'm like If you were, if you were writing an article about me not an interview but you had to tell a story about me. Well. What would you say? And wow, like I would invite anybody that's listened to this to do this. This is my new exercise that I invite so many people to do now. People think you're absolutely extraordinary and I know you do the same thing, cuz when I work with people and even in my rims on clubhouse, and I hear their stories and I talked to them. I said no, like, yeah, but I like you're amazing ordinary. You are so inspirational and you need to share your story with the world. I love em, you know, life transformation radio. I love that you hear a guest. I love that. You're elevating other people's platforms and that's the power of podcasting because you get a bring the magic of other people that they're like, you know, ask people to be guests on the show and you'd probably do the same thing and they're like, well what what we talked about you, because you're a man. You're amazing. No, I'm so yes, you are. Yeah. And you know what? I love that. You said that you having people do that exercise, that is literally one of the first things I have people do in my workshop is what ask people around you. What they think of you often, I have them first write what they want people to think and then what people think because it as you said it is so exciting. When someone comes back to you and they say, x y and z and I'm like, oh okay. Sometimes you're like I didn't realize I was like I portrayed that and that's what they I thought I felt that inside but I didn't know others see that. So I think that's so important and you're right I will have people come down there. Like okay. Well what kind of questions? What are you going to ask me? I'm like, you're just going to tell your story. They're like, I can just talk about myself and I'm like, yes, because I love storytelling. I love people stories. I love to hear what people are doing it, because their story. And that's the thing. I, I say all the time, your story is helping, even if it helps one person, that's one person, you changed one person. And that's where it starts that one place. And is going to be wake up and be a better person to their husband, to their wife, to their kids. And then that is going to trickle down to the husband-wife kids and they're going to go out and be better people to the next people. And it's just and that's what I want for this world. This world, you know, we've gone through some tough times. And I think when people like, you know, I also have people like, you just let people share their stories on your platform on my, yes, I know that elevating other people is just elevating me cuz it's makes me better. And it makes me happier and listening to other people's Journeys and stories. We all have a story. I, you know, whether someone might say, well, my story is not as as impactful as this person. This person had this happened. Yes, it is. Right? I'm just, you can see me. I'm just like, losing it. So here's the thing. I believe that we are all on all these different audio tracks and brainwave tracks. So the law of action, you know, is based on if you don't take actions someone else will. There's no, I just was on a podcast interview right before this one and this is a woman who invented a sheet and its patented and it's incredible. You can make a sheet in like 75% faster. It's the most incredible fact sheets. Look, it up any sheets, and her story is unbelievable. She was homeless. She was a housekeeper for twenty-three years and she created this thing. She had no money and she got someone to scholarship her for a patent. She got a lot of boards and all this stuff and She was a housekeeper for twenty-three years and all message else. Yeah and she even twist talking about so Cassius. Yes. So I was domestic violence and I had a telephone cord wrapped around my head and I just thought it was time to get out. She was trying to kill me. Whoa, right. But what I was saying is on the tracks, everybody has these tracks. If you don't take action, people are like hearing well, I should have invented dead. Yeah, but you didn't. So if I could go back and what's the word not? But transcribe everything that I say, I can go back to what you just said and we don't even really know each other. We just started talking and communicating the exact same words that you use. Everyone has a story. All the all the things that you've said, so it lights me.

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Am, I am a bit crazy, but all in the best ways and that's why I wanted you on the show because you're crazy and all the best ways. I mean, you're such this lightness, such incredible human being you've done. So may you live a life of transformation and You're fun and you're flexible. I mean, I know it took a little while for us to get things dialed in but it's perfect because you know, it just wasn't working technologically or technology was just fighting us the same day and now I'm so lit up like I am so totally like I am here and ready. So first of all, You sell a very boring person. I mean, come on. Your wife, your mom coach podcast, Republic speaker crazy, obsessed, dog lover. So you really just hang around the couch and eat bon-bons all day, right? That's pretty much what your your life like? Yeah, no. But you know what? There's days that I do do that cuz I am all or nothing. So I go go go. And then I take a day that I'm like, okay, there's nothing, I mean, with three kids and bought a boxer dogs that and a husband that doesn't always happen. But I think it's an important sometimes to be like, okay, I need to as my kids hate. When I say this, pause your body cuz sometimes it's important just to pause your body. But yes, I am a go. Go, go go go person. When I hit the pillow I'm asleep. Like it is is done cuz I am. I'm all in that's like bass you could see. So here I have this thing. It's called a biostrap and it tracks my sleep. And it's funny because I was like okay so it's 10:18 and then I'm like I'm going to sleep now. Turn the light off and then I look at my little tracker cuz it goes into my iPhone 10 19. Asleep and just drive my wife, crazy? Because she doesn't fall asleep, very easy. I'm like, okay, well, I'm taking action. I do everything during the day, my action right now is to shut off off paper and, you know, I I yeah, I always wasn't like that. Like sleep. Definitely I my brain does not shut off but I have as I'm forty-seven now, I have learned bout to do that. Like, okay, I've put it all on the table, I've done everything I need to do and now I'm done, and if there is things that I have to, I will make sure I like, you know, side table them and I've gotten better at that. But yeah, my husband can fall asleep like that and but I do do it now and it's funny to see my kids certain kids that can do that others. That are like, I just can't shut my brain off and I'm like, oh, and you're 47. It will get better. Yeah, I'm the best song will, you know, we're going to talk about limited mindset and one of the the hacks that Peak Performance hacks, that you can do for mindset, is to take care of yourself and the self care and home. Leave is really one of the most important things you can do mean sleep and drinking, lots of water like they're saying, don't do to make your life better and people. Like how do I become so successful, how do I do this? Well, the first thing is take care of you. And you know what, Rob, I love that. You said that because it's really funny as people always will say to me, like, how do you get your energy? How do you get your energy? And there was times in my life, where I only needed like four hours of sleep. I didn't need a ton and I still worked well, but as I've gotten older, I need more sleep and I know that. So I know I have to turn them off or I'm not going to perform the next day and I love what I do and I want to be all in it. I don't want to be groggy and tired, so I do just that. So I but then there's my days where I'm like, okay, I guess what I'm going to say a black or have some cocktails and then I know those days the next day I don't need to be on or have something I have to do. It's a little bit more of a relaxed day and that's usually on the weekends. But I love that you said that because God So important sleep and people don't give it enough enough credit and a lot of people will say, you know, work 24/7, you really shouldn't you really should not be really 24/7, you know off. So there's Grant Cardone, there's Gary V and there's all these other Grinders and you know, we work hard and we play hard. I'm sure you play as hard as I do. I mean, I reward myself, I could play and and it's, it's why I work so hard and, you know, I'm somewhat had a few near-death experiences and I know how important life is, and you don't want regrets, and if you grind grind grind, grind, grind and you never stop and take care of yourself. The universe is going to say that's enough, that's enough. Because here's the thing, you have 1081 body and you have to take care of it. You know, my mom is 94 years old, and she has taken care of her body. And she, she just stopped dead. Having like six months ago, like ninety, three years old and she's Drive. She's like, I can't drive it. Go. I think you're almost a century old. I think it's time for you to stop driving. Right right. She would come home. Like how did that scratch? Get on the back. What is all that yellow paint? I'm like, oh my God, I can't imagine what's going on out there. So she stopped driving but we only have one body and we have to take care of it, you know, if you only got one car for the rest of your life and you knew that you only got one car for the rest of your life. I heard this Warren Buffett was talking about this is you would take care of it a little bit differently than you currently take care of your car knowing I'm just going to tosche it and get another car in 3 years hundred percent sleep and water and good food and surrounding yourself with Incredible people. Is really one of the most powerful things you can do for mindset. Yep. And you know, it Rob the thing, another thing that you said that I just love is cuz I interview women that have followed a passion, turned it into a career. And I literally just had one of my guests. She talked about that. Literally, she was stopped in her tracks because all she did was go. Go, go. She was that a Pianist? So at age, three to sixteen and what her body actually stopped? Like it didn't, it would not move forward. And I said to her dead, this happened to her twice. And so I said, you know, it's really interesting because I think people don't listen, they don't hear The Whispers. They don't write, they don't are not tuned in themselves, but if all of a sudden you're feeling, like I need to pause. I need to pause my body. You really do have to listen because whether you believe in God or it's the universe, something's going to stop you because you're just not made to do that. So you do have to take the brakes off. So important for your mind and your body. And as you said like, there's the Grinders, but they know themselves, right? They know like a garyvee, I've heard him, he will stop when he needs to stop, but there are certain people. I don't know it and then they run into something, where then they have to. Yeah, I got a blood clot and I was wow, bed for 3 and 1/2 months. Now I missed her action. I been like this High prefer off my Grandma had five years old called me, mister action. And so, like, I've been going and going and going and in my panties, I mean, I wasn't paying attention. I was in Peak Performance, I was doing Muay Thai and box scene and working out six days a week. I was in my fifties and I I'm telling you I was I was killing it and then I Charlie horse and, you know, God the universe said, hey, you're done, you need to stop. You need to slow down, right? And you don't want to push yourself to the point where it was for me, where Oh, I feel like I'm going to die. That's scary! It's terribly scary, terrible. Yeah, that was a moment of transformation for me. So, let's talk about a transformation for you. So you do so much, you know, just give us a little background of where you came from. How you got to be a peak performer, that you are an inspirational, you are, and, and such a thought leader and changer. Like, how did you, you just wake up one day and now I'm Julie at hon, I was just, I.

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Okay so it's 10:18 and then I'm like I'm going to sleep now. Turn the light off and then I look at my little tracker cuz it goes into my iPhone 10 19. Asleep and just drive my wife, crazy? Because she doesn't fall asleep, very easy. I'm like, okay, well, I'm taking action. I do everything during the day, my action right now is to shut off off paper and, you know, I I yeah, I always wasn't like that. Like sleep. Definitely I my brain does not shut off but I have as I'm forty-seven now, I have learned bout to do that. Like, okay, I've put it all on the table, I've done everything I need to do and now I'm done, and if there is things that I have to, I will make sure I like, you know, side table them and I've gotten better at that. But yeah, my husband can fall asleep like that and but I do do it now and it's funny to see my kids certain kids that can do that others. That are like, I just can't shut my brain off and I'm like, oh, and you're 47. It will get better. Yeah, I'm the best song will, you know, we're going to talk about limited mindset and one of the the hacks that Peak Performance hacks, that you can do for mindset, is to take care of yourself and the self care and home. Leave is really one of the most important things you can do mean sleep and drinking, lots of water like they're saying, don't do to make your life better and people. Like how do I become so successful, how do I do this? Well, the first thing is take care of you. And you know what, Rob, I love that. You said that because it's really funny as people always will say to me, like, how do you get your energy? How do you get your energy? And there was times in my life, where I only needed like four hours of sleep. I didn't need a ton and I still worked well, but as I've gotten older, I need more sleep and I know that. So I know I have to turn them off or I'm not going to perform the next day and I love what I do and I want to be all in it. I don't want to be groggy and tired, so I do just that. So I but then there's my days where I'm like, okay, I guess what I'm going to say a black or have some cocktails and then I know those days the next day I don't need to be on or have something I have to do. It's a little bit more of a relaxed day and that's usually on the weekends. But I love that you said that because God So important sleep and people don't give it enough enough credit and a lot of people will say, you know, work 24/7, you really shouldn't you really should not be really 24/7, you know off. So there's Grant Cardone, there's Gary V and there's all these other Grinders and you know, we work hard and we play hard. I'm sure you play as hard as I do. I mean, I reward myself, I could play and and it's, it's why I work so hard and, you know, I'm somewhat had a few near-death experiences and I know how important life is, and you don't want regrets, and if you grind grind grind, grind, grind and you never stop and take care of yourself. The universe is going to say that's enough, that's enough. Because here's the thing, you have 1081 body and you have to take care of it. You know, my mom is 94 years old, and she has taken care of her body. And she, she just stopped dead. Having like six months ago, like ninety, three years old and she's Drive. She's like, I can't drive it. Go. I think you're almost a century old. I think it's time for you to stop driving. Right right. She would come home. Like how did that scratch? Get on the back. What is all that yellow paint? I'm like, oh my God, I can't imagine what's going on out there. So she stopped driving but we only have one body and we have to take care of it, you know, if you only got one car for the rest of your life and you knew that you only got one car for the rest of your life. I heard this Warren Buffett was talking about this is you would take care of it a little bit differently than you currently take care of your car knowing I'm just going to tosche it and get another car in 3 years hundred percent sleep and water and good food and surrounding yourself with Incredible people. Is really one of the most powerful things you can do for mindset. Yep. And you know, it Rob the thing, another thing that you said that I just love is cuz I interview women that have followed a passion, turned it into a career. And I literally just had one of my guests. She talked about that. Literally, she was stopped in her tracks because all she did was go. Go, go. She was that a Pianist? So at age, three to sixteen and what her body actually stopped? Like it didn't, it would not move forward. And I said to her dead, this happened to her twice. And so I said, you know, it's really interesting because I think people don't listen, they don't hear The Whispers. They don't write, they don't are not tuned in themselves, but if all of a sudden you're feeling, like I need to pause. I need to pause my body. You really do have to listen because whether you believe in God or it's the universe, something's going to stop you because you're just not made to do that. So you do have to take the brakes off. So important for your mind and your body. And as you said like, there's the Grinders, but they know themselves, right? They know like a garyvee, I've heard him, he will stop when he needs to stop, but there are certain people. I don't know it and then they run into something, where then they have to. Yeah, I got a blood clot and I was wow, bed for 3 and 1/2 months. Now I missed her action. I been like this High prefer off my Grandma had five years old called me, mister action. And so, like, I've been going and going and going and in my panties, I mean, I wasn't paying attention. I was in Peak Performance, I was doing Muay Thai and box scene and working out six days a week. I was in my fifties and I I'm telling you I was I was killing it and then I Charlie horse and, you know, God the universe said, hey, you're done, you need to stop. You need to slow down, right? And you don't want to push yourself to the point where it was for me, where Oh, I feel like I'm going to die. That's scary! It's terribly scary, terrible. Yeah, that was a moment of transformation for me. So, let's talk about a transformation for you. So you do so much, you know, just give us a little background of where you came from. How you got to be a peak performer, that you are an inspirational, you are, and, and such a thought leader and changer. Like, how did you, you just wake up one day and now I'm Julie at hon, I was just, I.

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Boxer dogs that and a husband that doesn't always happen. But I think it's an important sometimes to be like, okay, I need to as my kids hate. When I say this, pause your body cuz sometimes it's important just to pause your body. But yes, I am a go. Go, go go go person. When I hit the pillow I'm asleep. Like it is is done cuz I am. I'm all in that's like bass you could see. So here I have this thing. It's called a biostrap and it tracks my sleep. And it's funny because I was like okay so it's 10:18 and then I'm like I'm going to sleep now. Turn the light off and then I look at my little tracker cuz it goes into my iPhone 10 19. Asleep and just drive my wife, crazy? Because she doesn't fall asleep, very easy. I'm like, okay, well, I'm taking action. I do everything during the day, my action right now is to shut off off paper and, you know, I I yeah, I always wasn't like that. Like sleep. Definitely I my brain does not shut off but I have as I'm forty-seven now, I have learned bout to do that. Like, okay, I've put it all on the table, I've done everything I need to do and now I'm done, and if there is things that I have to, I will make sure I like, you know, side table them and I've gotten better at that. But yeah, my husband can fall asleep like that and but I do do it now and it's funny to see my kids certain kids that can do that others. That are like, I just can't shut my brain off and I'm like, oh, and you're 47. It will get better. Yeah, I'm the best song will, you know, we're going to talk about limited mindset and one of the the hacks that Peak Performance hacks, that you can do for mindset, is to take care of yourself and the self care and home. Leave is really one of the most important things you can do mean sleep and drinking, lots of water like they're saying, don't do to make your life better and people. Like how do I become so successful, how do I do this? Well, the first thing is take care of you. And you know what, Rob, I love that. You said that because it's really funny as people always will say to me, like, how do you get your energy? How do you get your energy? And there was times in my life, where I only needed like four hours of sleep. I didn't need a ton and I still worked well, but as I've gotten older, I need more sleep and I know that. So I know I have to turn them off or I'm not going to perform the next day and I love what I do and I want to be all in it. I don't want to be groggy and tired, so I do just that. So I but then there's my days where I'm like, okay, I guess what I'm going to say a black or have some cocktails and then I know those days the next day I don't need to be on or have something I have to do. It's a little bit more of a relaxed day and that's usually on the weekends. But I love that you said that because God So important sleep and people don't give it enough enough credit and a lot of people will say, you know, work 24/7, you really shouldn't you really should not be really 24/7, you know off. So there's Grant Cardone, there's Gary V and there's all these other Grinders and you know, we work hard and we play hard. I'm sure you play as hard as I do. I mean, I reward myself, I could play and and it's, it's why I work so hard and, you know, I'm somewhat had a few near-death experiences and I know how important life is, and you don't want regrets, and if you grind grind grind, grind, grind and you never stop and take care of yourself. The universe is going to say that's enough, that's enough. Because here's the thing, you have 1081 body and you have to take care of it. You know, my mom is 94 years old, and she has taken care of her body. And she, she just stopped dead. Having like six months ago, like ninety, three years old and she's Drive. She's like, I can't drive it. Go. I think you're almost a century old. I think it's time for you to stop driving. Right right. She would come home. Like how did that scratch? Get on the back. What is all that yellow paint? I'm like, oh my God, I can't imagine what's going on out there. So she stopped driving but we only have one body and we have to take care of it, you know, if you only got one car for the rest of your life and you knew that you only got one car for the rest of your life. I heard this Warren Buffett was talking about this is you would take care of it a little bit differently than you currently take care of your car knowing I'm just going to tosche it and get another car in 3 years hundred percent sleep and water and good food and surrounding yourself with Incredible people. Is really one of the most powerful things you can do for mindset. Yep. And you know, it Rob the thing, another thing that you said that I just love is cuz I interview women that have followed a passion, turned it into a career. And I literally just had one of my guests. She talked about that. Literally, she was stopped in her tracks because all she did was go. Go, go. She was that a Pianist? So at age, three to sixteen and what her body actually stopped? Like it didn't, it would not move forward. And I said to her dead, this happened to her twice. And so I said, you know, it's really interesting because I think people don't listen, they don't hear The Whispers. They don't write, they don't are not tuned in themselves, but if all of a sudden you're feeling, like I need to pause. I need to pause my body. You really do have to listen because whether you believe in God or it's the universe, something's going to stop you because you're just not made to do that. So you do have to take the brakes off. So important for your mind and your body. And as you said like, there's the Grinders, but they know themselves, right? They know like a garyvee, I've heard him, he will stop when he needs to stop, but there are certain people. I don't know it and then they run into something, where then they have to. Yeah, I got a blood clot and I was wow, bed for 3 and 1/2 months. Now I missed her action. I been like this High prefer off my Grandma had five years old called me, mister action. And so, like, I've been going and going and going and in my panties, I mean, I wasn't paying attention. I was in Peak Performance, I was doing Muay Thai and box scene and working out six days a week. I was in my fifties and I I'm telling you I was I was killing it and then I Charlie horse and, you know, God the universe said, hey, you're done, you need to stop. You need to slow down, right? And you don't want to push yourself to the point where it was for me, where Oh, I feel like I'm going to die. That's scary! It's terribly scary, terrible. Yeah, that was a moment of transformation for me. So, let's talk about a transformation for you. So you do so much, you know, just give us a little background of where you came from. How you got to be a peak performer, that you are an inspirational, you are, and, and such a thought leader and changer. Like, how did you, you just wake up one day and now I'm Julie at hon, I was just, I.

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"So totally like I am here and ready. So first of all, You sell a very boring person. I mean, come on. Your wife, your mom coach podcast, Republic speaker crazy, obsessed, dog lover. So you really just hang around the couch and eat bon-bons all day, right? That's pretty much what your your life like? Yeah, no. But you know what? There's days that I do do that cuz I am all or nothing. So I go go go. And then I take a day that I'm like, okay, there's nothing, I mean, with three kids and bought a boxer dogs that and a husband that doesn't always happen. But I think it's an important sometimes to be like, okay, I need to as my kids hate. When I say this, pause your body cuz sometimes it's important just to pause your body. But yes, I am a go. Go, go go go person. When I hit the pillow I'm asleep. Like it is is done cuz I am. I'm all in that's like bass you could see. So here I have this thing. It's called a biostrap and it tracks my sleep. And it's funny because I was like okay so it's 10:18 and then I'm like I'm going to sleep now. Turn the light off and then I look at my little tracker cuz it goes into my iPhone 10 19. Asleep and just drive my wife, crazy? Because she doesn't fall asleep, very easy. I'm like, okay, well, I'm taking action. I do everything during the day, my action right now is to shut off off paper and, you know, I I yeah, I always wasn't like that. Like sleep. Definitely I my brain does not shut off but I have as I'm forty-seven now, I have learned bout to do that. Like, okay, I've put it all on the table, I've done everything I need to do and now I'm done, and if there is things that I have to, I will make sure I like, you know, side table them and I've gotten better at that. But yeah, my husband can fall asleep like that and but I do do it now and it's funny to see my kids certain kids that can do that others. That are like, I just can't shut my brain off and I'm like, oh, and you're 47. It will get better. Yeah, I'm the best song will, you know, we're going to talk about limited mindset and one of the the hacks that Peak Performance hacks, that you can do for mindset, is to take care of yourself and the self care and home. Leave is really one of the most important things you can do mean sleep and drinking, lots of water like they're saying, don't do to make your life better and people. Like how do I become so successful, how do I do this? Well, the first thing is take care of you. And you know what, Rob, I love that. You said that because it's really funny as people always will say to me, like, how do you get your energy? How do you get your energy? And there was times in my life, where I only needed like four hours of sleep. I didn't need a ton and I still worked well, but as I've gotten older, I need more sleep and I know that. So I know I have to turn them off or I'm not going to perform the next day and I love what I do and I want to be all in it. I don't want to be groggy and tired, so I do just that. So I but then there's my days where I'm like, okay, I guess what I'm going to say a black or have some cocktails and then I know those days the next day I don't need to be on or have something I have to do. It's a little bit more of a relaxed day and that's usually on the weekends. But I love that you said that because God So important sleep and people don't give it enough enough credit and a lot of people will say, you know, work 24/7, you really shouldn't you really should not be really 24/7, you know off. So there's Grant Cardone, there's Gary V and there's all these other Grinders and you know, we work hard and we play hard. I'm sure you play as hard as I do. I mean, I reward myself, I could play and and it's, it's why I work so hard and, you know, I'm somewhat had a few near-death experiences and I know how important life is, and you don't want regrets, and if you grind grind grind, grind, grind and you never stop and take care of yourself. The universe is going to say that's enough, that's enough. Because here's the thing, you have 1081 body and you have to take care of it. You know, my mom is 94 years old, and she has taken care of her body. And she, she just stopped dead. Having like six months ago, like ninety, three years old and she's Drive. She's like, I can't drive it. Go. I think you're almost a century old. I think it's time for you to stop driving. Right right. She would come home. Like how did that scratch? Get on the back. What is all that yellow paint? I'm like, oh my God, I can't imagine what's going on out there. So she stopped driving but we only have one body and we have to take care of it, you know, if you only got one car for the rest of your life and you knew that you only got one car for the rest of your life. I heard this Warren Buffett was talking about this is you would take care of it a little bit differently than you currently take care of your car knowing I'm just going to tosche it and get another car in 3 years hundred percent sleep and water and good food and surrounding yourself with Incredible people. Is really one of the most powerful things you can do for mindset. Yep. And you know, it Rob the thing, another thing that you said that I just love is cuz I interview women that have followed a passion, turned it into a career. And I literally just had one of my guests. She talked about that. Literally, she was stopped in her tracks because all she did was go. Go, go. She was that a Pianist? So at age, three to sixteen and what her body actually stopped? Like it didn't, it would not move forward. And I said to her dead, this happened to her twice. And so I said, you know, it's really interesting because I think people don't listen, they don't hear The Whispers. They don't write, they don't are not tuned in themselves, but if all of a sudden you're feeling, like I need to pause. I need to pause my body. You really do have to listen because whether you believe in God or it's the universe, something's going to stop you because you're just not made to do that. So you do have to take the brakes off. So important for your mind and your body. And as you said like, there's the Grinders, but they know themselves, right? They know like a garyvee, I've heard him, he will stop when he needs to stop, but there are certain people. I don't know it and then they run into something, where then they have to. Yeah, I got a blood clot and I was wow, bed for 3 and 1/2 months. Now I missed her action. I been like this High prefer off my Grandma had five years old called me, mister action. And so, like, I've been going and going and going and in my panties, I mean, I wasn't paying attention. I was in Peak Performance, I was doing Muay Thai and box scene and working out six days a week. I was in my fifties and I I'm telling you I was I was killing it and then I Charlie horse and, you know, God the universe said, hey, you're done, you need to stop. You need to slow down, right? And you don't want to push yourself to the point where it was for me, where Oh, I feel like I'm going to die. That's scary! It's terribly scary, terrible. Yeah, that was a moment of transformation for me. So, let's talk about a transformation for you. So you do so much, you know, just give us a little background of where you came from. How you got to be a peak performer, that you are an inspirational, you are, and, and such a thought leader and changer. Like, how did you, you just wake up one day and now I'm Julie at hon, I was just, I.

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"j.  juliet" Discussed on Review Party Dot Com

Review Party Dot Com

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"j. juliet" Discussed on Review Party Dot Com

"That got away. Kathy gets this thing in the mail. She sees this little lip and suddenly not. Did i make a mistake. And she's online looking at all the pictures all the other frogs she could've bought. Oh i could have had that one. Oh no no. I made a good choice. This frogs the the. This was the best looking out of all the frogs. Out of all drugs there are this one. I'm saying you definitely didn't settle. And it wasn't because it had two days shipping throw extra charge. She is catholic projecting a little bit. Here she is projected seen all the frogs. She's a slide projector she. She is looking at all these frogs. Google images being ask jeeves. She she's google map in zoos tune reverse searches. She's she's on. What's at a pixie picture. Picture dot com. She's she went out everywhere and she seen all frogs nat. Geo ain't got nothing on on this thing and now she's making that same phrase. That frog statue is looking frogs scrolling. Pass with a sick did you mon- villain grin on coveting rules making noises such as he probably has a scary like deeper voice than that actually or kaku couple boo. That's fresh guppy. Cut com duke guzzo. Who maybe a little bit like that going on bell that he's like all right. It's three villains. He's combined is. What's the that flowers name audrey to audrey to combined the lips. He's got two lips audrey to combined with no face from spirited away combined with the chesser cat born unto a frog. This'll dude this will you can with some job sauce on top. I have to believe kathy. She sounds so confident. It's prettier than any other frog. Bullying me. I looked at many different frogs since purchasing this frog. It's purchasing made a mistake. Let me make sure this is the the frog this. Okay this is the frog. I gotta tell you this. this jewelry. Trinket box was only seventeen dollars. If she wants another frog she you know she can get them. I mean they have this. The same company has a goal plated. Poison dart frog playing a guitar covered in diamonds. What i'm sending it now. Why would you want standard green frog. When he's on one. Need on one neat liza mack. How a harsh is that. Lean back to power. Rock is like bearing down upon his chest like a boulder top of atlas. We will post these images to to our instagram at Dot com on the tuesday that this episode comes out as beautiful as descriptions. Your description was us. The pictures are worth a thousand words. Oh mad how he opens. Oh it's sad. First frog just opens like a cookie jar. Not that wild. I thought he was just a statue but hough and peel back down his spine that tim's spelt in his so yeah in his lower jaw remains and he is just a little bit of steven tyler action. It looks like that or the other images. It looks like this frog is actually a mech suit. And that's like so. He crawl inside crawl inside as it like slowly steam popping out of it. I want to know what the restive the person's house looks like. Owns this rock and roll guitar frog. Auteuil reebok's awesome. That much is clear. But there's definitely disco lights and like beaded curtain doors. Look at similar compared with similar adams. There's a frog a diamond plated frog playing a banjo a beautiful diamond jewelry encrusted turtle and i'll to fat frog sitting on lily pads bringing all swamp. Oh yeah this.

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Record rains cause flash flooding in Tennessee; 4 dead

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Record rains cause flash flooding in Tennessee; 4 dead

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

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William Shakespeare Ditched by Woke Teachers Over 'Misogyny, Racism'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:03 min | 1 year ago

William Shakespeare Ditched by Woke Teachers Over 'Misogyny, Racism'

"So Amanda McGregor, she has why teachers were continuing to include Shakespeare in their classrooms. And that's how this whole bowl is shit started rolling. It only takes one voice, doesn't always take an angry mob, one bitch like her. And she argued that Shakespeare's works are full of problematic outdated ideas with plenty of misogyny, racism, homophobia, classism, anti semitism, and get this one, misogyny. I never heard of that word. It's a fancy one, but it essentially means hatred of black women, misogynoir. Oh. Is that so? Will he hated black chicks? I had no idea about this. I don't know. Look, I don't know what to say except Romeo and Juliet sounds like a great title. I don't think it would have been as popular if he named it Kendrick and ravonna. Doesn't have the same ring to it. Amanda

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

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

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

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

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Biden to Address Chip Shortages With Executive Action

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to Address Chip Shortages With Executive Action

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

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Portrait Of: Gabby Rivera

Latino USA

05:47 min | 2 years ago

Portrait Of: Gabby Rivera

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

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