17 Burst results for "Jacqueline Gold"

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"You know she's An I guess you just think we we're much better at letting them find the wrong thing. Yeah. Definitely rather than putting them under pressure to be a lawyer over doctoral any of those sorts of perceived perfect they will jobs, e-eh careers and I think that. You know when we were looking at schools for actually it was finding an environment that we felt that she was going to be really happy in and she you know she could flourish in and I think. I think you know it's encouraging. I think as well. What she ends up being passionate about will be the thing that she's really good at. Yeah. So as the happy I'm hoping she will find her passion. Yeah, I think that's my big from my kids too I. Think the one thing we think that way every day doesn't feel like work in the same way. Does it feel connected to your to job in that way and I'm sure with uteri? Is probably a pit. MARCI's that yeah children's musical. Some of them but not I don't know if it's going to be saying there's musical instruments everywhere. Yeah and the piano and guitars and the other stuff everywhere. But I, actually have a feeling that be something may maybe maybe a couple if that I mean they definitely my oldest one's eldest two. Very different passions at actually they love me. Well, the oldest loves music, but I don't know if that's the thing calendar doing. I think it was almost too obvious unite. It's so like my husband both musicians. As a music everywhere in the house. I think it's like it's a bit but need to find something else. They find something they love. Yes. Be Happy, right? Oh. Yes. ME. Although I think if they one of these people that paint themselves silver and stands in Piccadilly Circus with that. Yeah. There's some things I'm not. Daily another. Or? By somebody some, what's J. Lo at the super bowl during her paw Incredible but then I guess she's not just doing that. There's no tear than Any other thing I want to ask you this city thing really because I've had it sometimes where my working from my family life of clashed in a way that isn't maybe idea like when I when kids have come to festivals and ended up such wondering on stage halfway through my gig and things like that. Have you did wonder if you'd ever survey pinned your work back and found like toys next door like of potential new range of sex toys for the shop or something like that. Not to be that much for. I have open line up. To a meeting to find scholar whose. schooled. Funny face or something called on the. I don't think there's been anything. If she doesn't really..

J. Lo Piccadilly Circus MARCI
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Thumbs up I think people have to remember so much that other people is destiny has so little to do with what goes on in their life. So why do you care of someone else's? Life setup is very different. Yeah. I you know I'm very fortunate. My husband works from Home but my mother-in-law lives too far away and obviously my mom's passed away. you know some people will have grandparents helm out during the week and So I think everybody, you know uses the resources that they have completely absolutely and everybody's trying to make it all work actually and. Unless you're one of the people in the family life you probably don't really know what's going inside. So he's probably step back from being judgmental nobody's getting it right all the time lows bins where it does go a little bit wonky and we'll be. And it's it's I. Suppose that's Instagram. Idea of how everything is where you can feel Oh, they've really nailed it and what about me? Actually I do think I do that to myself sometimes I have a kind of Mum's net forum somewhere in my head weather kind of. Stepping away saying. Well that's fine. It's fine. If you want to do it, I'd pressing. I never would. I think I think I've got better at recognizing that. No one's really. Feeling like they've totally nailed a whole judgement thing It's so destructive destructive. So destructive and negative, and let you say who knows what's going on with people's yes. Yeah. Well, I think you know does feel that maybe. The tide is turned. From the next generation, they might be a little bit better at thinking about what goes on. There's been so many things culturally whether it be happening to people and their real lives or three TV's and dramas and stories, and even my son eleven year old son simply today was about being kind and trying to see people for who they really are rather than you know stigmatizing them. I think I..

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"And it was gosh, it was a really difficult time I mean we went we were successful in our forth our forth try. But it's it really challenges you as a couple. Yeah really challenges challenges us a couple of we actually broke up. For a period of time, it must be a surprise, the strain puts. Hundred so normal strain and we we did in the we tried to in this country three times we went to America. And under the and actually the the. The. The attitude was so different. I really was something we really noticed it was very process driven hair and very sort of You know. Quite, quite difficult in having to do. You have to count slaying and all. But when we did it in America, it was just such a positive. You have such a different way of doing things sometimes, which suited suited. Our personalities are suppose in the sense that will certainly suited mine because it was more when than if in America that's how they were okay and So suits the idea of American cakes they've just be like, okay we're GonNa make this other they just they do have that positive. Yeah positive. funny enough just changing subjects I remember that being the case when I started business. I, remember going to a conference in America and they were so everybody celebrating each other success whereas I think at that time. You know we were. We people that successful sometimes find it difficult to talk about it. You know But they have just a tight different way of doing things and a pull out agriculture has changed. You know we see things like Jenkins. You know other the apprentice yeah. You know there's a bit more of a difficult culture here, but I would still like to see more celebration of women in Business and women realizing they don't have to be. aggressive to be, successful. Massively significant point actually that we're not trying to emulate anyone else that's gone before it's all about bringing rain strengths to the table..

America Jenkins
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Think the thing that can be. You have to be careful of I. Suppose if you have what's your mind sort of? A. Charmed life or a successful life that you don't feel that there's anything that the scales have to be cost in one way life doesn't work like the fate is not sitting there somewhere thinking if had much of a good thing that got to do that is just the that's just what happens to think to people and talking about being open often reveal so much the other people on three to enough the human connections that can happen of the. Of the multiple Mattie things but. I think it's still something culturally maybe that brilliant about a lot of time I think it's I suppose it's just it's it's awkward. Isn't it? You don't want no one wants to make someone feel really sad if they feel they getting through the day and it's working for them also has the person that's being in that situation. You don't make other people fit all good. So But? You know I think that I think as a society. We do handle these things better than you know, say ten years ago. You know maybe one of the positive things. So it's out social media is that people are more open I. Don't know I think so I think. So definitely, and the more we everybody continues to talk about the things that are affecting them you know. Mental health issues with the things that. They become commonplace and the great thing about Carson, what you're doing is You know it. It doesn't make people. People don't feel alone. Yes. It's. It's helpful to other people that they know that the if it's happened to them, they're not the only ones. And actually talking of that when when I was initially thinking about. Having these conversations about working moms. One thing I thought is I really don't want it to feel that for every every woman that either. Work, or family life is the thing that is like the icing on top of everything under you know you can be doing your work. But Hey, if you're if you become a mother is going to access all this creativity in drive, you didn't know you had an his religion. Amazing..

Mattie Carson
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Understand why Alfie has got to be of everything forever he he was here is a real person and he's scarlet little brother. He's you know your other baby I think. The so much awkwardness when you experience something that is. Everybody's biggest fear I mean I who knows how to deal with experience in the death of a child is just is the thing that most people if they even start the. Tabernacle and think about it. and I think. I mean my moment to something to a matic and she described it as. Like. Becoming a member of a club that you never wanted to be a member of a neat properly find the people that been through similar things. But it's it's very much the story of your family and what happened and also you you know. You go through life never thinking those two things will happen to you, and then when you suddenly find yourself in that situation. It's like. Well. Is Words don't describe how that feels. and how you cope with that it's you know you'd never think you could possibly coat with that and of course you. Suddenly finding. Yourself Having Compensation University difficult conversations and talking with medical people and You know the midwife, and all of those challenges an even giving birth, which is supposed to be a really joyous time. And how you know this what an evening now Just. Every every year when it scarlets birthday, you know we're having a birthday party one minute and going to. the symmetry the next you know that that is quite quite you know those mixed emotions all day is very difficult that is I mean the things that you would. Say. would be good for people to to to know how to handle situations like that. If they find, it happens to a friend of them or something that things that people did or said that will really helpful or is it just people filling? It's okay to bring up and talk about it is helpful..

Alfie Compensation University
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Lovely. During painting and stuff together. So that's sort of a bonus She's very willful and I love that about her yeah. she's. She's also I love is the thing even though she's molly only child she's very confident and funny and loves engages with adults quite well, which I guess is she's only child. so she definitely is her own. Volumes of characteristics but yeah, I do I do see some of some of me and have as well it must be quite hard. To tell of kids when they're showing that wilfulness. Feel like so many I know that that man in the boardroom you through Penn Donen said, this will never work about the and some as parties. There's sometimes when you see a feeling in your view Tommy that you're doing the right thing meeting coming head to head with it and seeing that happen there must have been apart with the thought that kind of gives you that extra fire. So when you recognize that trait in Utah By. Converting for man. Gone it's good to be a set of You know I know I, find that with mine actually I think that can. I can sometimes be a bit T- sympathetically Oh, I I recognize that for me, I think it's a powerful tool. Isn't that when you're when you're parenting when when you look at it as you've been such a successful businesswoman for you know for such a long time, your career was so established by the time you had your baby did you find it? Tricky to to shift and have give time to yourself and let the business of. Do its thing in a slightly different pace or did that? Did it not really feel like that? It was quite difficult time for me at she sort of bitter sweet because Scott was a twin and She she had a baby brother as well who was very poorly when he born so. He he passed away eight months later. So we went through a very, very difficult time so. You know. It was it was difficult getting a a balanced because you know we take scholar to to see Alfie and You know we've actually got some noise video footage of the two of them together so. You know everything to do with work just obviously was totally up in the avenue and sort of went on hold And then. When he sadly passed away it was then a case of. An and I'm sure there will be parents out there that have been in this situation I'm sadly where you you you. You've got your own grief to deal with but at the same time you want to be strong for your other child. Yeah. You know and that that's That sort of. Is Challenging but. Sort of helpful at the same time because it makes you you know have to deal with that and you know we've always sold Alfie in the conversation we wisdom things to keep his memory alive, which is. which has been nice because in a way that means he's still here the an particularly for scalloping twin you know there's the extra connection which you know. To. How to manage that? But Yeah that that's sort of made it. That made it difficult but. You have to in some ways you have to get on with life for the for the sake of the child. I am and I'm sure saying difficult is. Sometimes language doesn't really do enough to to help us up because. I can't imagine how awful that must have been go through and. I. When I've tried to think what it must be like to lose a child. I think I would want everybody to speak their name I'd want to sing from the rooftop. So everybody knows that they existed they were here so I can very much..

Alfie Scott Penn Donen Utah Tommy
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:10 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"You heard in the playground and thinking I need to know more or a book that's a bit high up on a shelf and got section in it where you think. Oh. About that, it can even be a medical health. Can you think not sure these pages are intended for me? I. Think there's everybody's got a memory of that and I think. So long as communication lines open. That's probably the best that you can hide for because I. Think the worst thing that kids can walk away from his either feeling. Of Hugely, concerned or frightened or you know confused by it or feeling. So for shame shame as I'm sure you would know lots from all the research into your you know potential customers that shame around around sex those things can last a lifetime actually if from when you really quite young if nobody's there to say well. So much more opening our conversation or you'd like to think. Yeah today. I certainly I'm like, you say it's about that age appropriate compensation. and letting them know that you would ever you action you've taken is to protect them and the you know they're not quite ready. You know from an H. point of year, yeah. And I remember saying to scholar at the time you know this is the things on the Internet on real. They don't represent exactly life you know. Yeah. So Scott because you said she's come to work with you sometimes. So does does she not? Hurt a you your line of work. So business rather than knowing too much about context of it. She she to her she just knows that we do laundry because she sees online. SCREENSAVER So no, she doesn't. She doesn't know about the sex toys. It's not. It's not I'm sure in the future she obviously will. But yeah, she tend nearly eleven. It's probably be incredibly blase brilliantly sort of yeah. Unfazed by everything, which would be a gift is that for a young girl to just be able to walk through that at lessons and teenagers, but they find post things at school don't they? Yeah that's true I. Always. Seem to know more than you think they know I think that's true. But also they're not. They don't need to learn everything from US actually and I think. I'm always reassured when I remember the I'm I am the mother which is a really important role, but I am also just the mother. There's all these other people in the you know all these other. Areas if they can get information and have conversations and. I think that really takes the pressure off me a little bit really when I remember I'm not I don't have to deliver a complete package of the growing up and up to deliver them eighteen. Okay. I've given you all the knowledge you know it's okay for it to come from different places and you know they not on their own about pop growing up is it is it is got to have the bits where it's GonNa bit Wonky and they've also got to do the big and they pushed us away which is you know it's part their but then you come back I'm sure I did well, we definitely have my mom went dreading. NAB It doesn't really work anyway it's fine because then I mean I live ten minutes away from my mom and we've just went away with her a couple of weeks go and it's like I think I think. Yeah go notable a boy Oh boy is just A..

US Scott
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"I am a bit of a list maker over that's brilliant and do you you sit down and regular meetings with everybody the only one I am super organized and I. Think if you if you have your life jam packed with so many things I for May It's the way can I can do is if I can be that organized And yeah, I guess you know Peop- you know I'm a team player anyway. So you know and I'm very, very lucky to the people I do work could just great. And we're all like minded and I think that's the important thing I think if you the people around, you know you need to be share the same values and work in the same way and I think that that helps them work. So it does work for me. So do you find that way that you handle your working in the way that you handle stuff in the home is actually quite similar in terms of approach it is really two different. Hats I is my husband's constantly remarked right that you bring your work home don't write, but he's just to be honest. He's just got used to me being super organized. Yeah and if you need to get things done you, you mom thought he'd be life with pre pre baby. You look at the kind of mother you are and the yet that's that's pretty much I thought it'd be no I. Think Life is so different when you have a child child and I. Just I'm definitely more emotional more planted. Am I. Think you you don't think you ever know what you're going to be like no I. Think you're right I actually although I, say that I think I thought I was going to be a bit stricter. Actually, I'm a lot more. Relaxed about things. Yeah. Which I think is I think it does me but I think maybe because there's do you find your husband is therefore more strict. He's quite reliable. I don't mean we're not is definitely boundaries I think that's pretty essential and kids really actually crave the I. Think if I, if they didn't have that and there's there's lots of continuity, there's lots of safe predictability in well and I really care about that. But I, think it's more just when things go wrong key or how I handle it. If I feel that their behavior isn't why wants or they're not doing the things I feel they should do I, think I'm. I think I'm better at sort of trying to find a different way because being strict actually doesn't work for every kid anyway I don't think some children really respond if you get quiet had tea tree but for the kids then. Definitely, like my. First, one I think responded better if I start getting a bit stern that would really upset me hated to see me cross Assad. So he would immediately shift is behavioral next one came and he would just argue back so..

Assad
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"What is so we talk about this I talk to them when we have these lunches what's so important is that more women do raise their head above the parapet and that we should boldly celebrate our success I'm what we've done with. So keen to play down retreatment. Yeah. But I think it's good for our children to see that particularly out daughters because I mean I. I I think so many parents bring their they're sort of boys up to be brave and the goals to be perfect definitely, and there is no such thing as perfect and you know I see it in the boardrooms see women that sort of get up and expect you are expected to pull the to I've been to off sort meetings with lawyers where they're equal and yet the woman positive like don't do that. but it's something as soon as being your own worst enemy with I. Think. I. Mean Funding Cloud just literally trust me about this morning about how many times I've? Made things really muddy actually confused people with the signals giving because in my head I want to be quite capable, assertive, and Clare an unapologetic as the main thing I'm striving for I, think the older I get it I really want to get there just the desire to apologize for everything all the time I, want to eliminate that from my life I feel like that's really really sets you back if you start off of your sentences with sorry but. Apologizing for things. I don't know. I actually don't know. Woman to women. I look at you and I I'm an all refer you do five children and working at the same time I think is phenomenal. I struggled from time to time having just the one. Well, I think is the same do the same issues? I think it's just Everybody's got different ways manifested but actually, I think the issues of having one is actually very similar. Tommy lots. It's just probably Short change them. More in terms of the time they get..

Tommy Clare
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Very. Business Mind but that sounds pretty young. It was also difficult because it was there were so few women right in business and you know wherever? I went it was men and you know it it was it was just. Difficult. Not, just because I was young woman but also the industry in China, make the changes and it was doing extremely well but. People saying this is a fad. Give it. Give it two years last and there was a lot of negativity around to they felt threatened by any agenda, your youth as well and. Both of those things but also because I was trying to do right, I was trying to empower women and I think that was that was different to that. You know it sort perhaps challenge there. I'm not. I'm definitely not against men, but certainly, there was some men that felt it challenge. They must feel unity I. Think actually women can be just as threatened as well by successful women's sometimes because. Some of us have raised incredibly traditionally but some people think traditionally. And a life that the twenty seven I think I think sometimes, you know where we can all be guilty of. So falling into quite lazy ways of thinking about what's expected. And sometimes we do it to ourselves I. think that's part of intrigues me about talking to people about working alongside raising a family is the I think is. Is Different to being working for the with the questions you get asked the way you're thinking and the amount of logistics is like suddenly I actually funding enough with my kids I often think of them like like companies sometimes is like golf five different books vas in my head at how each thing is doing and where the priorities are and which areas we're experiencing growth in my. Things going into the negative. It's like all the all this project managing I just never never thought I'd be doing, but but for you and you became a mom did. Did, you find your your business life and the the family life did they. Work, together pretty smoothly. I mean, my my business impersonal tends to blend into one..

China
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Of some annuity decisions and the the exciting boldness of your initiative aged only twenty one really reminds me of the effect Madonna has had on the music industry because. You basically did buy it. trickles down from that point because now, as you say going Lacy Bra is something that's very commonplace. Buying sex toys. There's lots of other shops that. Cater for women's sexual selves. In fact, I'd say off the top of my head in terms of the high street I feel everything is kind of geared towards the female consume. I can't really think of a high street place that's more for what you know the irony about this. It's so true. Seventy percent of purchasing decisions are made by women and yet most companies most brands are headed by men. Yeah. I've never got that never know but then is this in music industry. When I was eighteen, I signed my first record deal I went for a meeting with the mercury records and I was all excited. I had such an idea of what a music record company would look like and how like on finger on the pulse and when I was. So disappointed, there was a load people sat you start looking at their computers and using photoshop even like doing exciting design things or music things. Using Photoshop to do like promo copies of CDs and I was thinking that's the first thing of Fam- will own. Why didn't you put loads of work into that? Because that's the thing we'll be really excited about and turning over and looking at the details and trying to work things out about this new music, and then the boss Guy He's a nice guy. But. He was in his sixties and we're having a chat about music and he was correcting me all the time and telling me what people my age we're interested. I thought I'm science right in front of you an eighteen year old girl. WHO's passionate easy. Why didn't you ask me? I'm not going to be right about everything but have you found things change? I think what it is is more that you find your people and then there was some really good people I met run then to, and then they just continued on a really successful trajectory. So I wouldn't say I think that's been eliminated at all no and I think if you have art and commerce working together, there's always going to be starting uncomfortable bedfellows because you're going to get people who you know think they're snazzy job because it's music but ultimately what they're doing is working with stoke, you're you're..

Madonna
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"So throughout all of this, you've got your your daughter and what was happening at the time when I did you always want to be a mom from when you were young? I was you know quite ambitious I Had this amazing idea that I wanted to. Do the party plan, which is sort of like Tupperware for those that don't know. How that was twenty one when that twenty one yet and I remember walking down the long corridor. And going into the boardroom to Susan Grey suited men about my idea. And actually one board member stood up through his pen on the table and said, well, this going to work is it women on even interested in sex? So on glad who those living victim, wrong. Yeah and some yeah and of course, it just took off and it was just amazing I mean you. To have a business that's growing twenty percent a year to a point where I had to stop advertising because I literally couldn't cope with the the rate in which we bring in all the teething problems that went with it. So it's been quite phenomenon and. There was all the challenges that went with doing something. So different. You know court coach changing. All I really ever wanted to do with empower women in the bedroom so much stigma at the time and I, think the fact that it was always for Women Only Major made a huge difference in sort of created this almost. Almost like a female institution. Yeah. I, know because even now stores you know eighty percent of our customers women. Yeah. so He's been a fantastic journey for me. Fantastic but not without its. And Eighty percent of the customers, a female for the fans this. Okay. But when you were young when the company was that the point you were twenty one and walking into boardroom, what was the split van? Os Ten percent ten percent. You know it was a very male dominated environment go into the stores and. You know it was the raincoat brigade that we in the stores yet was just totally different. You know it's I guess one of the things on most proud of actually is the way it's changed so much. Oh, it's a massive massive shift I. Mean. It's OK from women being object to being actually the customer. Equally underestimate what massive delays especially when we're not talking about. The shots were talking about massive. You know something that everybody sees in the radio now High Street Brian this is something that's widespread in every in every town. Yeah. We have over one, hundred, hundred stores we had one hundred and forty stores are. when I think back, you know I've been arrested twice of had a bullet through the post when I tried to open a store in Ireland. and how difficult that was then and then in twenty sixteen I think it was odd received. A CB from the Queen I'm thinking Gosh journey you know and you can't help yourself but look back and think how it was to what is light. Now I know what just of conflict for me is when you were twenty one, what was your role in because you've been working in the company from your teenage well I did some work experience I mean I thought that was working in the company he had full stores and it was mainly a publishing business. Then I had no intention of staying as I said, it was a very male dominated business. On. I was just doing some work experience Michael invited to and for those listeners will remember PD party it was like..

Tupperware Susan Grey Michael Ireland.
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

02:52 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"It's not going to you're not going to enjoy yourself if you emotionally feeling like the space to do that. It's not just the physiologic. Congestion today. There are things that you about I. I had a mistake to me in February and I thought to myself. My husband in fancy me you know those are real feelings. This is something you can literally just gone through this February just gone. Sorry February last year. Okay. Okay. It's times flying so fast but yet every last year well, that's a massive ca I mean yeah that's. Alongside all the stuff that's happening with and some of the main that, and this is still presumably a Monday to Friday nine to five job that you're doing all the time. Yeah I mean I obviously anybody that's going through chemotherapy or treatment knows it's a pretty brutal time and yeah, you know. And you know you've got to listen to your body but. I'm working fulltime now because it was just important to me that as soon as I felt well enough, you know you everything is dominated by health issues and you want to get to a stage with you just a bit of normality back in July. and overseas off a ten year old daughter I wanted her to see mummy being you know active and and doing stuff again. So yeah, So. Yes. I. Anoc Gina I feel so much better for I. Think it's I mean it's different for everybody but for me it's good for my wellbeing. Yeah. Well, it is different but I think also I have spent a Lotta time recently I did a job with McMillan and they were introduced me to a lot of people who've been going through cancer treatment and one thing they were talking about a lot and this is particularly relevant to me as well. My stepdad's undergoing treatment at the moment and they're talking. About sometimes when people have had the treatment is the bit afterwards. That's actually really terrifying because you've had the the shock and the fear of your initial diagnosis. But then there's the course of your treatment that's going to follow when that's finished. That's the bit where you've got to think, okay. Hardawy reconfigure that experience back into the life I was having before I think you feel a bit vulnerable because you don't have that sort of bubble around you and yeah and you know those that tendency to look over your shoulder. But, we don't do that when we get a code. Nine. That's what you have to keep telling yourself having. Yeah. That must take Spurs. That's sort of the strength of mind. Also I suppose a little bit knowing how to deal with trauma. Really. Because it's a sort of invisible tour bus bays wants the other side of it. Does. He's like having that thing of it must stay in your peripheral vision because you've had your relationship with body one way, and then you've got to start thinking about ways it could it could harm you, which is really significant thing to go through. And I know for for our family. is been a really steep learning curve. We've all had experiences with cancer before, but having it very close to hire me something that. Has concentric circles. Everybody's everybody's affected by..

McMillan I. Anoc Gina Spurs
"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"So, I was thinking about talking to you today I was thinking. What would probably what we both speak double the pace we do normally because there's so many things to talk about. I think I'm going to have long enough. I would say my best to shoehorn and. Your life as packed in more than than most people have. So we start with the hair. No. So what is happening in your working life at the moment? Well, this challenging time, not just burrito in general but just because you know the corona virus is really quite Everybody's the only game of how they make or work. Yeah So but that aside, you know we've got some great things going on with just at it's new range called my fav-, which is all about my very important for China, I my My they've okay is just let the short name for just the name, but did manage to get Lorraine Kelly to say vagina twice on on Lorraine Soleil. Achievement. Has Impressive. I, think so. I just I think women generally hassle second all the time and you know whether we will ever phase of your life with you've just had children or you've gone through menopause or whatever is you know sexual being is really important really important. So and it's not something to be trivialized, which is why we saw Bo out this well, actually the reason throughout this range. A range of It's got sex toys in it, but it's actually from therapy right through to pleasure candles and You know all sorts of things for the for that whole sort of. Wellbeing sort of failing, but it was because I had breast cancer I don't know that but I I, just Win The man to the doctor with. Prostate cancer or something. The first thing the doctor says is this is going to affect your sex life, but with women has not spoken about really and just think. You know there needs to be something that makes me feel more comfortable. So that's really what I've been doing. Yeah. Well, actually maybe that's Typically, iceberg actually when it's ever spoken about in relation to justice going on with women generally are our sex lives in our relationships with our body in that we know. When you have a baby and all those things it's not really something that is sort of alluded to sometimes about when it might be appropriate time to restart your sex life after you give birth but. You. The hormones and your emotional thing in your connection with yourself again, it's not really something that I don't know if I would've known who to speak to about the time more. If it's even really given much much space, we often feel embarrassed or are they going to think this is silly. Yeah it's not silly. Air Will I think I don't know I might be wrong but certainly I mean I'm friends with. Girlfriends where we're very confident about talking loads of stuff but I think. Talking about sex lives is something that I think is probably if I do you know. So, Pie Chart of what we talk about I think it's really tiny thing because most people are still. Very private, but also I feel like it's still quite to maybe even teenagers my friends talk about it or. It's because what? Because maybe they felt like it's removed that awkwardness because I'm sure once you. Open the floodgates. There's so much to talk about and actually what you've talked about with my given. The Hellenistic side, the the candles and the mass things. That's so key because it's so emotional and I think the older you get the betty recognizing the need to put up on equal footing. Really..

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"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Hello And welcome to spending place the podcast whereas be too busy working women who also happen to be mothers about how they make it work. I'm a singer celebrities, seven albums in between having my five sons aged six months to sixteen years. So I spent a few plates myself being a mother can be the most amazing thing. It can also be hard to find time for yourself and your own ambitions I want to be a bit Nosey and see other people balanced everything. Welcome spinning plates. Good Day to you. I'm trying not to stop every costing. Hello how are you? Every time I record. My poke costs some weird noise sorts I think that's rich in the garden with the Mayflower is that very annoying? That's probably a bit tunein. Isn't it? Well all persevere just in case When thing is rich does my editing so he might decide that he's GonNa let himself off with the leaf blower it's not. I'VE HAD TO START RECORDING The introduction to this week's podcast three times in my house because it's so hard to find a quiet place it's anonima bedroom actually sealed away And Roy embarrassingly I recorded today's guest Jacqueline gold in my house, and it was the most noisy place overcrowded anymore podcasts. So my house is noisy house. What more can I say that is the word I live in..

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"jacqueline gold" Discussed on The Cashflow Show

The Cashflow Show

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on The Cashflow Show

"Do you know who you orme. But he plans his cigarette. which is absolutely fantastic? Because you know when the tennis season is on now he. He normally works in antiques and as a consequence of that that's his specialty but newly when the antique season's gone choir via attorney season. Kicks Ass Lucky. He's incredibly fortunate in that respect but all of us at the same time he gets to do something that he loves. Yeah which is really important. I mean you then decide that you're going to make that leap What's been your scariest time as an entrepreneur because remember you're going from working in some pre high flying yes yes? The cash was spinning then L. O.. The cash for Spinning Manian. There was big budgets money flying everywhere. So you've got ought to stage now where you think I'm going to go solar and then what happens. Then what see what happens. It didn't go smoothly all of course it's not not flying solo. It is quite scary but exhilarating to discovered networking so that that was the do. Aw Own okay. I've got to get some clients so auto at exhausted model black book of contacts and people in the agencies who were giving me freelance work. I thought I've got to diversify here and find some clients of my own. So that's what I started networking. And what was your first experience of networking. Do you remember. I don't remember mine. I don't eat always seems to have been something that I've done and even when I say to people who how do you find your clients in no. How'd you find people that you work with and not say network and they look shocked right and to me I just? I just couldn't think of it any other way. I think you need to build would relationships with people easy to well equally as you know. Networking isn't a quick thing. You'RE NOT GONNA go along to an event and come away with. Were you making those first. I four as those connections that you then follow up with you know a coffee or a beer or wine or seeing what each other is all about and how you can help each other do you. You remember the events at Business Link that tell you Salah catering amazing amazing for twenty five eighty. I used to come there hammered. It was eight was absolutely amazing. Absolutely absolutely amazing. That was that was that was the pinnacle of networking for me. It seems crazy. That business link is no more. When there's more entrepreneurs combined canova unequally prime remember prime over-fifties though I don't remember prime prime was charity? And I think Prince Charles was the patron and and it was auditor with promoting entrepreneurs fifty and above is no more crazy absolute madness because now that massive massive market definitely massive market. I I find it. Very strange. Not Did always find it very strange terms of them getting rid of Business Lincoln for those. That don't know business link was an organization. Shen I think government publicly funded that was aimed at basically am helping entrepreneurs and growing new businesses and to a certain extent. I think thank feel. It was quite successful. I met a lot of people that got a lot of benefit from business. Made it because you could have one to one with a sort of adviser mental so it wasn't just the events. It was much more support than that. I think they devolved a lot of it into lots of smaller things and I think they gave a lot of that stuff. Through to local authority. See I know in Lucian. They've got the deck program. Yeah E. K. Program and and so on and so forth where they work with Goldsmiths Lucian Council and some other people people as well but I think for me I think business link had that very central point was very much run out of the mayor's Office for one or the maze of his thin. Yeah and I think that for a lot of people. It was a very very good way of actually seeing of businesses with doing the quality of the events were really good but it then just they just saw pull that away and I think what they wanted to create was that they wanted established businesses to mental for free. That's not gonNA work now. It's not going to work in any any shape or form and that's what I find it. I do remember those days because networking Nen seem to be. There were a lot of events. No I actually think there are more events now. Aw definitely the quality of the events to me is gone down. It's different some much smaller. Aren't they that there's quite a few ladies only ones which are just meeting over coffee but for some people it's it's baby steps into business because they failed on by either an investment into something where you know? It's a big fee and a commitment every week or every month so this is just meeting other ladies for coffee and supporting each other in business business and I think that works. I do think that to a certain extent a lot of membership networking events. I think they can work. If you've got a certain if you I want to make that commitment and you like the surroundings in the former but I would say suggest to people if you don't like the surroundings in the format don't do it. It's not really what you what you want to do do. Do you feel comfortable. Doing as opposed to a lot of people feel very daunted by. I think you should do some form of networking definitely. Don't home and then think she's a for my. I'm the meeting anybody happens. I mean so. We always took that step in terms of networking networking in terms of your business. You've had the scary times. Yeah what has been your most proudest moment business. Well a recent one was. I'm quite active on twitter in my twitter handle is at Jili underscore pepper. And I don't know whether you know but Jacqueline Gold entrepreneur the ladies on slightly and Sumus yet so she is very supportive of women in business and every week she runs a twitter competition author. Hashtag while W W and she picks three women in business to showcase and shout out and she's got sixty thousand followers and about a month ago. I was one of only pushing picked very proud of that so.

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"jacqueline gold" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline gold" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Film but within a decade their mothers will sitting in their livingrooms posse neurons sex toys thanks to jacqueline gold events on summa's she'd been trying to find a way of encouraging women to buy her raunchy products and thought if tupperware parties why not sex parties it is actually men that would go into sex shots then it was a meal so to lancaster gate type atmosphere to aids and women went in paris tools make decisions in actor i think the parties changed attitudes i mean women when talking about their sex lives about experimenting with a with a cool system cherubs as that i that i had a apple through the post because at that china installing dark and then five years lights at buckingham palace back by the queen my conscience business every grow anything sweat or if he knighted that any any day since tie yet by this time the sun's page three had become a national institution that will voices raised against it almost from the beginning allison webster was to become the last principle page three photographer she lost her job in rupert murdoch gave way to the rising chorus of protests and said enough to this day miss webster regrets the passing of page three yeah everyone's entitled to criticise things i think bombing things is wrong because i think we should all be allowed to do what makes us happy as long as it's not hersi anybody else and other think physically it was hurting anybody else worthy women exploited i would say knocked they would say they were exploiting the song my way at very little full a fair amount of money and how to quite time during it so blessed the exploitation in la okay if you put on at the same say song cassatt thirty quota cuts often epa thoughts allies have changed so much that pastry became something and got the momentum and then it's a tip tied off again but in america where they create more palm than any other place in the world in oslo to sunlight topless on a beach i just think he'll guy round in a circle in combat t somewhere again so yes the sun marvels may have been forced to put the top back on but that doesn't mean the nation is turning prudish again our behavior has become much much more diverse than it was if we start with.

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