35 Burst results for "Janice"

Castellanos, Reds Top Cubs 13-12 in 10 Innings

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Castellanos, Reds Top Cubs 13-12 in 10 Innings

"The Reds blew leads of six four nine six and twelve eight before Nick Cassiano city game ending RBI single in the tenth inning to complete their thirteen twelve win over the cubs cast Janice finished with five hits and four RBIs including two of the Reds five home runs just appreciated you know they don't come around that often as well as today so you know just cherish it because baseball is a humbling game Mike Moustakas Alenia swaras and Tucker Barnhart also connected to Cincinnati won for only the fourth time in thirteen games the cubs also went deep five times but lost for the seventh time in nine contests Kris Bryant homered twice in Ian happ forced extra innings with a three run blast in the eighth I'm Dave Ferrie

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David Cameron Faces Inquiry Into His Dealings With Greensill

Coffee House Shots

01:51 min | Last month

David Cameron Faces Inquiry Into His Dealings With Greensill

"Over the weekend we finally heard from a former political figure who had been brought a quiet late despite repeated attempts by janice to get in touch with them. This is david cameron. The former prime minister full during a series of allegations over the greensville saga is about david. Cameron's pat statement after news stories over the weekend. Suggesting drink matt hancock when it came to trying to a help for green. What did he have to say. So he has issued a statement saying i reflected on this at length. There are important to be learned as a former prime minister. I accept that communications with government needs to be done through only the most formal of channels. So there can be no room for misinterpretation. So he's not saying he's done anything wrong. He's just saying that things could have been misinterpreted because the system has allowed them to be misinterpreted and he thinks those things should change. I was quite interested by the timing of this statement. So you could say that Has been quite a few of the things namely one of a dominant thing on the news agenda. That may have made cameron statement a little less featureless highly in the news agenda. Also i think that would reached a stage where all the newspapers were feasting on this. And when you've got all the newspapers competing for the next new lying on a scandal that's when you know it's not going to go away and you need to do something to stop the flames Going ever higher now. I'm not sure whether what he says is going to stop the flames. Going ever-higher if i'm honest because it is something i see that he's allowed to grow as a row for six weeks hours a long time that he's thirty days is taken him to respond to

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Amazon Beats Back Union, but Workplace Technology Questions Remain

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:55 min | Last month

Amazon Beats Back Union, but Workplace Technology Questions Remain

"As you've probably heard by now. The effort to unionize an amazon warehouse in bessemer alabama was unsuccessful. Though the union says it will challenge the vote it would have affected just a fraction of amazon's workforce but it captured the attention of the country at a time when e commerce has become a lifeline and the welfare of essential. Workers has come under threat. Janice fine is a professor of labor studies and employment relations at rutgers university. She says the union push at amazon and its defeat highlight the growing role of technology in the workplace. Especially amazon's they use surveillance technology including scanners that workers use to track the rate at which they sort and pack items. Mandatory daily workers surveys a powered camera systems to detect social distancing violations. They use navigation. Software item scanners wristbands thermal cameras. Security cameras recorded footage to survival. The workforce so you have this combination of surveillance for productivity targets and that same surveillance lends itself to being able to monitor workers social activities without a union in place. Then ken workers push back against this kind of stuff. How what kind of tools do they have. Workers are pushing back all over the country. And that's the thing that i think is really important to bear in. Mind that workers in new jersey workers in inland empire in In california workers in chicago these are organizations that have for years. You've been working with amazon. Workers in warehouses and fulfillment centers and just by kind of getting the story out there. They've drawn the country's attention to the problems with amazon's business model. You know by organizing and getting this far getting to an election and so they see this as kind of a long haul fight.

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Chicago sets April 19 target return date for high school students

Chris Plante

00:45 sec | Last month

Chicago sets April 19 target return date for high school students

"Are in area hospitals with non life threatening injuries. Chicago Public schools plans to keep April 19th as the date high school students in the city will returned in person learning this despite the Chicago Teachers union, asking for a week delay due to the uptick in cases among young people. CPS CEO Janice Jackson. We feel strongly that this phase damn process has worked, and we're going to continue to do that. On did we also wanted people to know that it is a collaborative process. There is a different tone and tenor than itwas during the first set of negotiations around this, and I think that that I hope that that's comforting to parents. Our goal is to have each individual staff member vaccinated by the end of March. Jackson also says at least

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Burks, Barrett help Knicks stave off short-handed Bucks

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Burks, Barrett help Knicks stave off short-handed Bucks

"Alec Burks in R. J. Barrett each scored twenty one points in the next took advantage of the short handed box by earning a one oh two ninety six victory in Milwaukee Burke hit a three pointer to put the Knicks up ninety nine ninety six with one nineteen remaining Milwaukee then missed its next two three point attempts along with the turnover it was a costly win for the next however who lost starting center Mitchell Robinson to a broken right foot in the first quarter Yanis intent to Kubo sat out with a sprained left knee his brother Janice had twenty three points Milwaukee also was without starters Chris Middleton Donte DiVencenzo Andrew holiday I'm Dave very

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Breathing Lesson with Janice Stieber Rous

Can We Talk?

06:35 min | Last month

Breathing Lesson with Janice Stieber Rous

"We're not only marking a year of the pandemic but also preparing for a second covid passover. It's a holiday that celebrates liberation and rebirth. And right now those things feel and also out of reach. We're all mix of hopeful and deeply exhausted i don't know about you judith. But i could really use some. Tlc let's do something we've never done before on this podcast and frankly we don't do enough in general. Let's spend the next twenty minutes. He can care of ourselves. That sounds great and we invite you our listeners. To take a moment wherever you are whatever. You're in the middle of and just breathe with us to help us do that. We've invited janice. Stephen rouse the founder of body dialogue and my aunt join us. Welcome janice hello honey and judah what a joy to be here today. Thank you so much for being with us. Will your approach to bodywork in great so many different kinds of approaches breathing. Yoga alexander technique centered in the way that our bodies physically. Hold all those stresses. And you. And i have talked a lot about the way our life experiences. Sit in our bodies and we've collectively been through so much in the past year. I mean personally. I'm pretty exhausted depleted. Can you talk about what anxiety and exhaustion does to us specifically to our breath be. I really would be glad to do that whether you're aware of it or not. You're telling your stuff to your body all the time and your body's talking to you. It's a two way street so when you are exhausted and you say to yourself. Wow i'm really exhausted how going to do this. We're already set up for exhaustion right but busy logically the diaphragm literally. Which is your main breathing muscle. The diaphragm literally cannot work properly. When you're tired you're trying to get a breath and you're not getting it so even if you sit down and say wow. I really need a breath. The inclination is to take a breath and actually what we need to do is let out the exhaustion and let out the air so that the air can come in the more we can let air out the more you'll have capacity to let air in so if we wanted to do a practice together it's important to actually feel what it means to exhale. Believe it or not most of us are holding our breath so much of our day and even night. It's not really surprising. I mean you even just think about the phrase holding your breath in all the ways that we use it figuratively right. It's like it's what we do when we're not sure what's coming next. And that i feel like we've just been in that mode all year and i've been thinking about. How covert is is is the virus that affects breath also. So maybe i'm thinking to metaphorically the idea of the shortness of breath being the actual nature of this virus. With that's appoint judas. It isn't a metaphor. And you feel brokenhearted. Your body actually experiences the exhaustion of that so the experience of actually inviting yourself to xl means to really let go which when you're frightened is very hard to do. So that's the double bind of this disease that it it attacks our fear as well as attacking our nervous system. So not that. You're thinking to metaphorically the metaphor actually is the message and it's actually physiologically. Impacting you when you're thinking to yourself. I can't do this. One is going to be over. I cannot keep all these balls in the air and keeping my children healthy and make sure that i get the house cleaned for pessa. You're actually experiencing that in your body. That's not a metaphor. So what i say to you. Sit back and feel the ground i literally talking about. Can you let go enough to exhale all that. Worry to exhale all that anxiety. And i'm being very literal here. I want you to literally think of everything in your body releasing into the ground and noticing as you feel your feet in the ground and you feel your bones going into the chair. And you feel your back being supported. Try to imagine that you're being held so quiet if you can your mind and if you have a lot of judgement right now just let it go because it won't help so just be open hearted an open mind to this moment and feel your feet on the floor and your spine supported in a chair and take a moment if you're driving. Please don't close your eyes if not you can close your eyes and just go internal and just notice. What are you doing. Are you holding your breath but the first pieces to just let it go. And i'm going to suggest you just really site out and i'm going to invite you in this moment you and due to just to yourself you right now and you're going to open your mouth and just literally go as you do that. See if you can imagine some of this worry some of the pressure some of the tension and narrowness that. we've been feeling squeezed. Can you release it in your toes in your throat. In your tongue. Back of your. Is it in your palms. Can you just let all that constriction and tightness go and notice that if you can let it go the air will also come in

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interview With Kelly Walters, Artist, Educator, Designer

Revision Path

06:20 min | Last month

interview With Kelly Walters, Artist, Educator, Designer

"All right so tell us who you are and what you do. My name is kelly walters. I am a artist educator designer. I teach at parsons school of design. And he i make. I make a bunch of different things print and digital and everything in between nice. How are you feeling so far about twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty one you know. I was really curious to see how the inauguration was actually going to play out at the end of december just anxious about all the various things that have been happening and i think the beginning of twenty twenty one felt really rocky just for me in trying to understand like how the end of one presidency the beginning of a next the middle of a pandemic and sort of just a lot of uncertainty so it felt a little overwhelming. I think but it feels like it's getting potentially better as best as better can be yes. I don't know if that's a thing. But yeah i mean i can certainly see how it sort of feels a bit like. We're starting to see the light at the end of this long pandemic size tunnel so i know what you mean especially that we have new leadership. There's vaccines that are out there. People are getting vaccinated. It feels like things are starting to go into a different direction Yeah i just. I feel like i. I'm just anxious for everyone and making sure that we can safely make it through the second year. I guess of this like new world that we're in and i'm also really curious to see kind of patterns or observations are made in this time that will affect us longer than this time. I guess longer than the year in change it's been. I'm really curious to see what it looks like. And like being able to reflect back maybe even in ten years or five years like what i remember of this era. So i don't know like reflexive i think in that way like looking forward and back if i can at the same time as funny. That's that's kind of january. Is after the the greek i think. Greek god or demi-god janice has one face looking for one face looking back so that's kind of apt comparison. There are things different for you now than they were last year. Trying to think at this point last year we were. Maybe like a week out before everything shut down. If i recall. I think the last time i was in new york was like march eleventh. When we were told like two days later everyone had to sort of stay at home. And i think like things were more sort of uncertain in some ways at the very beginning of that last year as i reflect on where i am now. I don't know. I feel like they're still unknowns. But i'm i'm living to sit inside of the uncertainty. It's very uncomfortable to do that. But i i don't know i think more than last year i feel like this year. You have to sit with the uncertainty in a way that i don't know i don't know how to really describe that exactly. I just feel like i'm navigating what it means to not know even more than before and not take for granted what was thought to be stable or when was thought to be certain. If that makes sense yeah. So what is a regular day like for you now. What my home is my office is. My classroom is my social space. So you know it's it's the all purpose room for many things. I think it was. I think it was weird to navigate that last year of like finding what the delineation is between all of those kind of spaces. But i think depending on who you're talking to in meetings whether it's co workers or your friends or your family kind of figuring out a way to feel as though at your own environment home environment that in a separate area or Time of the day that it can feel as though you can feel the shifts in it. sometimes it's about just getting up and walking outside and coming back and feeling like you've gone into a new room or changing the lighting or opening the blinds or turning on the light. I think it's like these like small actions to make it feel like you're in a different space. Sometimes so i think that that's what my that's what my days like more and more now of just like what are the subtleties that i can adjust in my home environment to you know feel like i'm in a different space. I guess has there been sort of a change in how you've been teaching or anything like that. Uh yeah definitely i think. Now it'll be a full year of teaching remotely online. And i think that for my program in the communication design program at parsons i think we had transitioned to an online teaching format and i think what was really challenging in the beginning with like trying to figure out what does it mean to do a critique in this environment what does it mean to build up student report and morale and all of those in community or around like students that you are working with that previously. You were seeing physically in a particular space. And i think the difference between kind of what i've learned in that kind of crisis moving in a somewhat of a crisis mode to teach remotely versus starting the year teaching remotely just like i've been working with students all year that i probably won't ever get to meet in person. And so there's this difference in trying to figure out how to get to know someone as much as one can an online format through smaller group conversations or having slack channels or things where people can sort of commune in a digital sphere. But it's definitely been different than previous years

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"janice" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:29 min | 2 months ago

"janice" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Six months ago he was the pandemic politician writing books. And getting emmys. And now we're finally seeing the downfall of andrew cuomo. He had what was billed as an apology. You're an explanation. And i noted that someone said he deserved an emmy for that effort. Was there anything that you took away from that. That you felt showed any remorse. And what would you like to hear him say no. I don't think he has any empathy or remorse in him at all. I actually think it's a a deficiency He in the very beginning should have apologized to families and taking responsibility and had he done that at the very beginning had he said i made a mistake. I wasn't listening to science I i will spend the rest of my career trying to right. This wrong I i am sorry for your loss you know. Instead of writing books and winning emmys. I think we families would have accepted that because you're in the middle of one hundred year pandemic. Of course people are going to make mistakes but it was his ego and the fact that he could never own up to those mistakes. That really you know was his downfall. I suppose how disappointed how hurt. How wounded where you personally as a journalist to see how many of your peers in media fawned over him after all this came out and that but for the sexual harassment claims would have never corrected that record. It's really sad. I i had an exchange with a pretty well known journalist that works for one of those networks And i basically said you guys didn't cover the nursing homes. You're covering the metoo stuff but you didn't cover the fifteen thousand dead and the cover up and this person said well we did. We did and gave me a date of when they thought it was important to cover the nursing home story and it was in february of this year. Yeah and i just. I i am i shaking my head to this day.

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"janice" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:44 min | 2 months ago

"janice" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"That just went did the extra step to do something kind and not expecting anything of it. and those are the people. I wanna shed light on those are the heroes of you know of the pandemic and and people that make you want to be a better human being and it troubles me that i feel. There's been so much over the last year that that has reduced humanity to vectors of a virus and we forget the humanity underneath. We all need a little kindness. We all should give a little kindness and it almost feels like. That's gone by the wayside in this desperate desire to wag a finger to call out the cops on someone to shut someone down. And i think that's really unhealthy. I think long term that's very unhealthy esau story today about an increase in the depths of despair and i think that's a big reason for that we need some positive in our lives. You have to look for it though. That's another thing that i that i sort of talk about in the book. Is you have to be open to it. And i think once you're open to it like a flower getting sunshine or you know or rain you know getting goodness you have to open your heart to it. otherwise you won't See it or feel it seriously it. That is so true. I wanna talk about what's happened in new york a lot of people have really felt like your advocacy on behalf of your in laws and on behalf of a lot of other. Who who's who didn't weren't didn't have a that had the platform and the courage that you did to speak out. A lot of people have been very grateful as it feels like. Finally people are looking at what happened with andrew cuomo. How frustrating is it that it was the metoo movement that the media seems to care more about When in fact it was eleven thousand lives lost that they just look the other way and and said they were cuomo sexual and he's the love of during all of that had he not sexually harassed was at five aids have come forward now then they would have just they would have just moved on and that seems wrong. It seems wrong It is wrong all of it's wrong but it's part of the same human person it's part of the same andrew cuomo The way he leaves his power harassment is not about sex. It's about power and making someone feel small and you know And dominating them And that's what sexual harassment is about. And so i'm not surprised that he has that in his background As well so. I think it's all part of the same thing. It is unfortunate that the news organizations that did not cover The nursing home issue the nursing home massacre and the cover up of that. It's sad that all of a sudden they think this is their day to cover andrew cuomo because it's the latest it gets headlines but if it does make somebody realize that he's not a good guy and that they read about how he treats women poorly and that women are finally standing up and saying. You're not gonna do this anymore. And then they read you know even if it's a line or two about the nursing homes well at least they're seeing something because we didn't have anything six months ago..

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"janice" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:54 min | 2 months ago

"janice" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"The darkest time there is as you say sunshine in the double entendre given what you do. But i think that's important for people to understand. Vitamin d is one of the biggest antidotes to the covid vaccine. We need a little sunshine in these days literally and figuratively most definitely. And you know what i am doing with my advocacy and an interest in this story for my family is ensuring that no other families will have to go through this again. I believe there is light at the end of the storm. The sun does come out. And i've always said you know. He has the powerful name and the democrats. But i have the angels on my side. And i've always had them on my side and i truly believe that they have given me strength and courage during this time when i needed it. Most the book is make your own sunshine inspiring stories of people who find light in dark times share with me one of those stories. It's hard to pick just one. But i will tell you the story of kerry blazes the first first story. I i write about in the book. And i met kerry during the pandemic. Her story was posted on social media. And i thought and thought man what a beautiful thing. She has a daughter who has type one diabetes and at the beginning of the pandemic when we really didn't know how terrible the virus was. And and who would be the most vulnerable. She was afraid for her daughter. Obviously because she's compromised so she put a big sign on the on the front of her porch and her on her house. That said if you're delivering a package please leave the package. The at the you know. Don't ring the doorbell. Not come gonna come and sign anything because we have a compromise member of our family here so just leave. Whatever you're delivering right at the you know at the stoop here and a fedex driver saw the sign and went back to his truck and got something to sanitize the package and did it himself. He smears the writing on the package and and was worried. He didn't want them to think that it was tampered with. So we wrote on the package. I sanitize You know the box. I just wanted to let you know and be safe and little the. He know that she had one of those nest cameras that you know showed everything That was happening. Fedex driver seeing the sign going back to the fedex truck sanitizing the package leaving the package and going his way. Well she tells her husband. Look at this look at how wonderful this this gesture was and the husband said you know you should put that on social media will get a raise or or or some you know. Congratulations from fedex. Because that's that's a pretty amazing awesome thing for somebody to do to take the time out of their date. Actually sanitize a package for us. So she did she put it on social media and then The local The local tv station where they live in florida decided to feature the story and it got the attention. It deserved and it turns out. Justin a fedex. Driver has a young daughter who when she was a baby was premature and so he knew what it was like to have a family member. That was compromised. And you you had to you know. Give extra care to to that person or that child So like i said. I started the book talking about the story because there was so many layers to it. You know there was. There was kerry and her daughter and wanting to take care of her and then there was a wonderful selfless driver..

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"janice" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:32 min | 2 months ago

"janice" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"What a year on so many levels one of the most positive things to come out of it is how many people really seem to have found their voice. Janice dean is one of those. Not only do you see her on fox news but she is a wife. She is a daughter in law and she refused to allow the deaths of her mother-in-law and father-in-law in two separate nursing homes. Be in vain from that experience. She has continued to shine light on what happened in new york and finally it appears we may be turning the corner now. I read y'all earlier. The story that john nolte wrote about why the media is taking andrew. Cuomo down over the metoo movement instead of the the nursing home debacle and that's because newsom murphy wolf and whitmer had all done what he also did with regard to nursing homes but at least finally those deaths are being talked about that policy is being talked about and a big part of the reason is janice dean enron. Kim the new york assemblyman in in new york and that does that's a story that deserves to be told because it had they not had they not spoken out. Then who knows if this story would have stayed in the news. Probably not jan dean is our guest and i gotta tell you i am so proud of you and the courage you have displayed over the last year. I know it's not been easy if been easy but thanks to people like yourself and your listeners and fox news and the media outlets that have cared about the story the very beginning and have allowed me to speak about my family. My story And and be interested in the story and for justice to happen. I mean that's all. I wanted to shine a light on what is happening. And now i really. I'm hopeful that we're going down the road of a solid investigation into this governor. And from what i have been seeing and reading and learning about. I truly believe.

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Chicago Public Schools reopens after almost a year of COVID-19 closures

John Howell

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago Public Schools reopens after almost a year of COVID-19 closures

"Chicago public School students in kindergarten through fifth grade went back to school today for the first time this year. This was the first time in school ever for kindergartner Katie Lowry and saying Hello, my first days school and I like it. Students and six through eighth grade will return to class. On Monday. CPS CEO Janice Jackson says she'll be meeting with the Chicago Teachers Union to start on a plan for high schools to

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Mikes Exciting New Business

The EcomCrew

06:46 min | 2 months ago

Mikes Exciting New Business

"Bryant so like i mentioned at the top joined by two good friends and now business partners mr michael janice from e com crude dot com and build l. andrew from elements brands dot com looking forward to diving into the deal and talking through it and before we get soon gritty wanted to give a disclaimer. One thing. we're not gonna do. It feels a little strange mike. I know you are really transparent with what you do. Bill you are as well traditionally have shared everything. We decided not to show the name of the company that invested in partially in large part. Because we have a lot of investors here in just out of sensitivity to them partially because we want to be can sensitive to the to the seller as well but kinda love to be transparent and usually usually are but needs to be a little bit more just a little bit more sensitive with the name and the details of this company. So that being said i wanna walk people through can how the deal came about how we structured it Some the closing challenges. And can i get an update on how things have been going since we closed and mike what originally the seller who is someone that we both know how to relationships with reached out to you and i to talk about selling and kind of morphed into potentially. Hey we should take a look at this. What was it that you liked about the deal. Mike and then maybe bill you can share as well kind of from the outset. Yeah i mean for me. It was just knowing knowing the person. So i knew that i was getting full. Transparency mean whenever you buy business offer any website or platform you always have to worry about. What is the the cellar hiding. And so no we know was talking to the seller before they even contemplating to us like i felt like we have an inside track on the margins. Really good in this business. There's some some secret sauce. Defensibility that i think that you know is is really appealing and so that's kind of how the whole thing how the whole thing started once. They decided they didn't want to sell. I did bring up well. Maybe that's something we'd be interested in and so it's kinda hold the whole thing together. Yeah that's similar to the thing that i like to which is kind of does all come back to the seller. I knew this person pretty well for few years. Also and the thing that i knew about this person was that they had great systems. They were really a kind of festivus. Entrepreneur had everything documented. And this was out when we got the tax returns and they tied to the penny or almost almost exactly to the penny to the company's financial records. So i knew that this person was running a tight ship because i knew who they were and that was baird out during diligence. So for me. That was that was an important thing as well. I'm thinking back to the original conversation. Now that i had with them and the only thing that was kind of going through my mind because you just mentioned bill like they run a tight ship. You're always for things that you can approve upon. It's like when a businesses like really running. Well it's not really the thing that i think that we look for typically right. We're looking for something where we can fix something. That's broken in some ways. But there was a few things that they just feel comfortable with or didn't really want to to mess around with them. One of them was sourcing from basically from china and so they're buying things from suppliers in the us. That are the things from from china. So i thought oh well. There's a opportunity there. I saw some opportunity in. Seo stuff where. They just wasn't their biggest focus. They were focused mostly on on the amazon staff and so it was kind of thinking through things. Okay while the parts. That i don't necessarily want to deal with neo the the operational stuff where i'm not necessarily going to make any improvements to it. We can take that stuff over and let it continue run smoothly but the things that i think that we can add our secret sauce or or knowledge to are wide open spaces and so that was the only thing that appeal to me. Yeah that was kind of the perfect combo in this business. Right there was there was really tight systems for the things the business was doing. But this seller kinda said look you know. This businesses optimized a lifestyle business. I really like my lifestyle. I have a great one the seller gave us a list and they said on day one. You should do this this and this and we saw a. Why didn't you do those things and seller says. Be too much work. You know. I make enough money. You know i'm happy is great and this kind of sounds ridiculous but i see this on elements. Brands deals as well as you know. People are making six figures a year and they're happy right so that was sort of the perfect combination. Usually the people who are on cruise control are not very well organized and so the downside of of lots of stuff to improve that you've also got shore up the basic operations but this was a great combination that the seller was super buttoned up. Kind of on the things that were in their wheelhouse and had just consciously not pursued a bunch of things that we real excited to pursue. Yeah i remember having a conversation with the seller during diligence and diving into advertising and some of the advertising was returning a pretty good good level. And there's a lot more room as well. Why why didn't you just bump up spent here. It was working well. And and i i just think she hadn't wasn't something that she had the pan west or inclination to do and so it's tons of opportunities for growing the business. Yo things i liked about it too is a checklist. I had on the espn capital front for businesses to look at good margins which is important. This one has that repeat. Business is a big one and ahead. I think really strong business. Thirty percent plus of people. Reordering a boring or unsexy niche. And it's that is. I think you know i like that. I like niches. That are not super glamorous. more money in their often. The only thing that scared me was the amazon concentration and it had most the sales come from amazon but the thing the only thing they gave me comfort there was bill like you said that history with the seller knowing how risk adverse they aren't how cleanly in from a white hat perspective built that business gave me a ton of at least a lot more comfort on that front. I mean you can be comfortable with all you want but like amazon. You're still in amazon's pie and so remote or whatever and this was the concerns me like even going into this. But i think that's something that we all accept as as amazon sellers. Hopefully this isn't the thing that they target to amazon. Basics thing or disrupted in some other way. it's always a little bit scary but it also goes to thing that i'm excited about. Which is your. They were not necessarily focused on their own website. As much as i think we're going to try to be. We'll see how how this plays out a lot of times. You know as a buyer business you have like all these dreams and they don't always play out the way that you think they will. But i'm pretty confident that efforts in just kind of digging into things after talking to the seller now for pull last couple of weeks. There are some pretty big opportunities to at least lessen. The amazon risk factor. It will never be fifty fifty or anything like that in terms of website sells damas on at least we can get more more sales through our

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Chicago schools reopen doors after tough union fight

Mark Levin

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago schools reopen doors after tough union fight

"Schools have re opened their doors to thousands of pre K and special education students. Their return Thursday marks the start of a gradual plan to resume in person learning since the nation's third largest district went remote last March. The move follows a months long, bitter fight with the union over covert 19 safety protocols and the looming threat of a teacher strike. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and schools CEO Janice Jackson greeted students Thursday at William H. Brown Elementary School on the city's West Side.

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Lori Lightfoot Chicago mayor touts deal with union to reopen schools

WGN Programming

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Lori Lightfoot Chicago mayor touts deal with union to reopen schools

"Mayor Lori Lightfoot in CPS CEO Janice Jackson laid out the framework to get students back into the classroom as early as Thursday. It includes pre K and cluster students and staff returning to schools on February 11th. Then kindergarten through fifth grade staff would return February 22nd. Those students will come back to class March 1st. And after that 6 to 8 grade staff will return to the buildings on March 1st with those students coming back March 8. The plan also includes special accommodations for staff. If a member of Their household is medically compromised. And vaccines will be all pretty teachers and staff members before returning to the classroom before voting on the plan C to use House of delegates voted in favor of saying they have no confidence in the mayor and the leadership of Chicago public schools. While the mayor is calling for unity while focusing on the students we need to create Process of healing. This'll has been a very top process for everybody in CPS ecosystem. And again teachers will have Intuit 11 59 to night to take a vote on this situation, and it's going to be the majority of those boats that will be in favor of either going forward with this plan. We're trying to do it seven different way back to you guys in the studio.

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Negotiations between Chicago Public Schools, teachers union continued on Saturday

WGN Showcase

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Negotiations between Chicago Public Schools, teachers union continued on Saturday

"Negotiations continue this weekend as Mayor Lightfoot tries to get Chicago's public schools back on line. We get more from WGN's Roger Banish a life wouldn't schools chief Janice Jackson when on national media last week, saying public schools were safe to reopen all the teachers union continue to call for agreement on covert 19 safety measures. After the mayor on Friday, so the union has CPS his last best and final offer. The two sides met again Saturday at the bargaining table. CPS says pre K and special ed teachers who don't return Monday will be locked out of their remote learning accounts.

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CPS, CTU Avoid Teacher Lockout, Remote Learning to Continue During ‘Cooling Off' Period

Chicago Tonight

06:58 min | 3 months ago

CPS, CTU Avoid Teacher Lockout, Remote Learning to Continue During ‘Cooling Off' Period

"Chicago. Public schools is in session tomorrow. A lockout and strike have been averted but for how long amanda finicky joins us now with more. Amanda does yes within the past hour or so we got word from both. cps and the chicago teachers union that remote learning will continue at least for tomorrow and wednesday. Today was to have been the first day back in the classroom for kindergarten. Through eighth graders who wanted to return to physical school instead. It was another day of virtual learning as negotiations progress. This is a sort of last minute. Maneuvering that is frustrating for whiplash parents like ryan griffin. It's a fiasco for parents for twenty four hundred students. I can't underestimate how disruptive that is to two families lives especially. you're balancing sharing for other family members. I did speak with griffin earlier this afternoon before the latest news. Which is this. Cps today says that talks led to an important milestone and as such it will not go forward with locking out teachers of their virtual classrooms for refusing to show up in person. Tomorrow or wednesday. And if they're not locked out of the classroom then the union says teachers are not going to strike meaning that they will again show up tomorrow to teach virtually as they as most at least have been. Since last march both sides are signaling optimism that this may be the end of the back and forth we have secured agreement on one other open issue and made substantial progress on a framework that we hope will address the remaining issues. We are calling for a forty eight hour cooling off period that will hopefully lead to a final resolution on all open issues as a result of the progress. We have made and as a gesture of good phase four now. Teachers will retain access to their google suite. That's a statement from both mayor. Lori lightfoot and cps chief janice jackson the chicago teachers union meanwhile calling it heartening that the lightfoot administration will continue bargaining saying that its members. Don't want to strike in this. I know in just a bit. You're going to be speaking with c. You leadership it is not by the way just chicago. That has their eyes on this. Reporters pressed the white house press secretary about chicago central strike this afternoon. She said that. President joe biden respects mayor lightfoot and also teachers noting that first lady jill biden is one. He chose the mayor and the unions to work this out. They're both prioritizing the right things which is ensuring the health and safety of the kids and teachers and working to make sure that children in chicago are getting the education they deserve so he is hopeful. We are hopeful they can reach common ground as soon as possible. Mayor lightfoot meanwhile on national cable news this morning saying she was pushing to seal the last few remaining but tough issues. We're pushing as hard as we can to seal these last few remaining but tough issues. It's not about we don't want to be safe. It's absolutely not about we. Don't respect the rights of organized labor. Chicago's a labor town but this is about balancing a lot of different issues but mostly also about putting our kids i. She says if both sides do that they will reach a in. No time but parents that i talked to stay throughout all of this. They're feeling ignored. Mom of three courtney. Ritsma says she has gone out of her way to learn what schools are doing to make classrooms safe while covid remains a threat participating in all of the cps acts. Ask the experts series that they had I was attending the school town halls. And every time i went it was like left me frustrated because i wasn't getting answers at like most parents at the events. We weren't getting answers to to most of our concerns to our most basic questions. Why she and a group of grass roots parents planned a sick out her kids were purposely absent from their virtual classrooms today stem. Her daughter wrote letters to the principal and learned about boycotting in civil action with the scout. We are trying to kind of doing action that hits the school where it counts. And if you know anything about cps you know that attendance is something they track like crazy and so this is an easy way for us to get a clear representation of one of weakness. And here's how many cps however could not share attendance numbers quickly so it is hard to say how big a success the sickout was now three weeks ago. Another group of parents formed another grassroots group. This is the chicago parents. Collective father of three ryan griffin says. He understands why. Cps wasn't ready to go back to school in august but he says now there's been six months to plan for it but now that we've prepared why not now for at least those that are finding rebel or is not working and that's a big population of students more than double in size of the next largest school district in illinois hunter. We ignore those parents choice for that option griffin says he wants teachers and the district's to at least take some baby steps to get a path so that these students can eventually be in school five days a week safely. Is that post vaccinations. That would be great. We need optimism and we need our leaders to agree on something instead of tuning into press conferences and twitter. The day before. We're supposed to go back to school. He says leaders from side should be setting an example for children. He says parents everyone went through strife back in the twenty nineteen strike and he says they shouldn't have to go through it again during a pandemic now chicago is in the clear at least four two days but there is still no complete deal in in a statement issued the parents. Yes says that while today was he bake agreements several outstanding issues that had been outstanding. Since the summer. They must continue to make what they called meaningful progress because time is running out. Now brenda back to you. Amanda thank you and of course as we just heard the impasse over reopening chicago. Public schools has yet to be broken but the two sides say they have made

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Possible Teachers’ Strike Looms As CPS Threatens To Lock Out Teachers Who Don’t Show Up Monday, Chicago

Bob Sirott

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Possible Teachers’ Strike Looms As CPS Threatens To Lock Out Teachers Who Don’t Show Up Monday, Chicago

"Of a teacher's strike in Chicago is growing as Chicago public schools threaten the lock teachers out of their remote classrooms if they don't return to their physical classrooms today, CPS has delayed in person learning for K through eighth grade today after talks produced no agreement over the weekend. Teachers are concerned about covert 19. Chicago teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey says the union is looking for more compromised from the city. If there's a will, there's a way. I mean, I think if they get creative and are willing to make compromises, this is something that could be solved. You know, Right now we're not. We're not seeing the compromises the table that we would need in order to get agreements on what we think are just a handful of important issues. CPS CEO Janice Jackson maintained schools are safe to reopen. The truth is the medical community has reached Senses that schools are safe to re open. As long as we implement the mitigating strategies that we have talked about countless times at this podium in Chicago public schools is ready to do that. Jackson says Teachers who don't report to school today will be locked out from conducting classes online. The union says a lockout will lead to a work stoppage.

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No In-Person Learning Monday For Chicago Public Schools

Bob Sirott

02:54 min | 3 months ago

No In-Person Learning Monday For Chicago Public Schools

"Is no in person learning today for Chicago Public school students over the weekend Mayor Late put ordered all Chicago public school teachers. Do not have permission to stay home do the medical concerns to come back to the classroom today? Still no deal between the schools and the Chicago Teachers Union. And as of last night, CTU. Let's see. Said all students should continue remote learning CPS CEO Dr Janice Jackson was on face the nation yesterday. Here's a little bit of what she said when asked about re opening in Chicago goal right now is T get a resolution. CTU has made it clear that they want a deal. We share those same sentiments. But we're still far apart on a couple of key issues such as vaccination on D, How we account for accommodations for individuals who maybe are just, you know, petrified to come back into schools because of Kobe. We believe that we have to Reopen schools. We've been closed for almost a year now and as a school system, we're starting to see some of the effects of schools being closed. Many of our students aren't logging on. We're seeing African American and latte next students in particular being especially hard hit, and our goal is to really give every parent and option. Those families who want to remain remote will have that option through the remainder of the school year. But we have thousands of families who want an in person option because there is essential workers themselves. So on that CDC plan. I know this report this week got a lot of attention, really urging schools to reopen on DSI ng that transmission can be stopped if master warning their social distancing, But the same report said there should still be restrictions in the community, and it's cited indoor dining. Chicago has already opened its bars and restaurants. How do you feel about that? Yeah, I think we've learned a lot about re opening from the past spring. Definitely prioritizing the reopening of schools has to be at the top of the list. And our mayor has done that. We have re opened bars and restaurants at limited capacity here in the city. But one thing that was really important in that report is that it showed that community spread does not necessarily impact. I'm sprint within a particular school and that implementing mitigating mitigation strategies with Fidelity. Actually is more successful, You know, lead to more success with re opening, and so we're focused on that We have a solid plan in place that goes above and beyond the guidance that we've heard from city as well, a CDC officials and we believe that we can safely reopen and we've been open for three weeks or we have been over for three weeks with a great degree of success, so the time is now for students to return to the classroom. Go public schools CEO Dr Janice Jackson on CBS yesterday. Interviewed by Margaret Brennan on

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Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Teachers Union still without deal

Chris Krok

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Teachers Union still without deal

"With no agreement in place. CPS officials announced that if teachers do not report to schools on Monday, they will be considered. Absent without leave. It's a move that could potentially set up a teacher strike. I've heard from moms who have been emailing me pictures of their kids trying on backpacks and get him ready to restart school. What do we tell them that we couldn't put together a plan that gives every single student a choice in Chicago Public schools Chicago Public School CEO Dr Janice Jackson and states are struggling with vaccine distribution and the face of rising infections. Our goal is to take The amount of

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CTU Reports ‘Tentative Agreements’ With Chicago Public Schools In Four Areas As Reopening Negotiations Continue

WGN Showcase

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

CTU Reports ‘Tentative Agreements’ With Chicago Public Schools In Four Areas As Reopening Negotiations Continue

"Union says it's reached tentative agreements with Chicago public schools on four key areas to resume in person Learnings. Now they are Health and safety protocols, ventilation, contact tracing and safety committees. But it says there are no agreements yet on reopening metrics, vaccinations, testing tele work accommodations and remote learning improvements for students. CTU President Jesse Sharkey. We have said all along that our goal is not no re opening our goal to safety opening And CBS CEO Dr Janice Jackson. This plan has worked for thousands of students over the past 2.5 weeks, and we know that it will work for the other 70,000 students. Those 70,000 students said to return to the classrooms on Monday, a

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Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules

The John Phillips Show

05:11 min | 3 months ago

Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules

"Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off.

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"janice" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

06:23 min | 4 months ago

"janice" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

"It s h yoel. He'll jill the abode of the dead chemial stolt and barbara says. Maybe when we figure it out our time is up in the physical world. Yeah we will find out eventually barbara. I think thing is just one of those things where is just going to happen and market says. I'm screwed so he knows where he needs another beer after that one. Because he's going to be thinking about that. One for a while and barbara says kind of like our own personal enlightenment absolutely so we're going to start off with a rich given some final thoughts. Rick toyed with your final thoughts and we're gonna move over to jane's and then to janice some final thoughts and then i'll finish it off in real. Close the session. Okay thank you guys and janice thank you someone for being with us tonight. I really enjoy your company and the experiences that you've been through every one of us have a spirit reality that we do that as far as spiritual you know what. It's like to be physical listens of with people like great guys here now. We don't really know we don't really know what is on the other side and that's probably the biggest motivation. Excuse me going into the paranormal. And thank johnson eddie and james and everybody in that and everything else like that keeps me going. That keeps me motivated to keep in the field of the paranormal. Thank you so much james Janez six being on the show tonight really appreciate your presence and your insight and everything else and it was really good to have you tonight and You know we look forward to talking to you again and You know just like ray said You know. I'm a pair of motor pilot. Ultra ultralight pilot in one of the things we we we one of our rules that we go by is the dvd role. Which means don't be a dick and So that that can apply to Investigations go out there if you're not getting anything investigation wise and you're not getting any evidence don't be a dick and don't provoke just chalk it up to You know hey. We did a practice our equipment and go home. Don't be a dick. Get out there and do your investigation. If you catch something great if not don't provoke don't though buzz that'll ouija board you know or a start summoning demons or anything like that. Just now you're saying man go out there if you don't get anything school if you get if you get so awesome. That's great. You know sheriffs of the show but otherwise payment yell out there and just get out there and you know stay creepy and do your thing and Get as much evidence as possible in theory. Something out there on the other side we're not alone in One of these days will figure out. Hopefully it's later than sooner but we'll figure it out no you wouldn't want somebody trying to provoke you on the other side so you know Happy hunting and it's good to see everybody once again. Thanks being on the show. Thanks spilled to means a lot. Janice closing comments my comment. I can't say that if you're coming into the field make sure that you get a lot of your belt before you go kinda helped people's and private whereas cases and you're saying that home and that i can take right now that's awesome. Thank you so much. Jasper being on the show. We really appreciate you know having you on here in your stories. It was great to have you on here. And i really appreciate it and we need to have you on here again. Some time and discuss the mortgage thoughts that we have Concerning especially the afterlife which we know so little about which we're still trying to learn and we're still dabbling. We were just barely getting our feet. Wet even with all the equipment that we're using. Please remember if you have a team or you are investigating. Think outside the box. Try not to keep using the same things everybody else's using dabble around with different items different electron. Ix see what kind of Responses you get using different types of equipment Maybe you know double them up. Do something different because we are just now scratching the surface. Anybody who tells you. They know everything about the paranormal is lying to you. So keep that in mind. Remember this is still we're still in our infancy in experimental stage Thomas edison who picked up the first set at some point in time we will have a telephone to the dead. And i'm pretty sure at some point in time we will As long as we keep working toward that goal so we want to thank everybody. Thank you so much rick. Thank you james for being on here. Thank everybody out there in the audience for being out here with us All the other team members from genesis team. Wanna thank you as well. You know for putting your comment. Please continue to watch and share. The show. were live saturday nights at eight pm and we really appreciate it. We also put out a podcast so we'll actually take the audio from this and it'll be put out. Its podcast as well. Not only the video and without some of the interruptions that we've had during a break because every once in a while facebook gets a little upset and cuts us off so that's one of the fun parts about facebook but it's still a lot of fun and it's a lotta fun. Having you guys on here live with us so until next time remember we love all of you. We thank you so much. Please be safe out there. Be careful Take your your family's friends and loved ones and pets as well remember. Bring your pets in when it's cold don't even out the cold air coal so keep that in mind all right. That's right oh we love all of you be safe and until next time. I'm ready with paranormal analytical. Along with rick warren james. Thank you y'all so much.

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"janice" Discussed on Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More!

Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More!

03:30 min | 9 months ago

"janice" Discussed on Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More!

"Welcome welcome to another episode of speak-out world. S. This devoted to artists and activism and more. August quote, right. Everybody knows that have quote right? So The quote is if you have to ask what Jazz. You're never know that's what Louis Armstrong said. Catch. Out In our guest today. We have. The. Legendary. Musician and founder of jazz matters at went in Janice Williams..

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"janice" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"janice" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"A book very soon, and it's helping me become a better person, a better coach, so that is my by story rounding decluttering, but opens you up so so berry much in doesn't matter. I have a friend that has some suits that she wore in her previous profession where she was extremely lucrative. The, suits are extremely expensive, and she has a lot of feeling about those suits and I've been able to work with her as a client of mine. I also help people with that as well as a client of mine I've been able to help her finally come to the place of where she can let go. By letting go, she's able to take the next stage in her life, which is a better one? It's a more productive one. It is a healthier one, and it's allowing her to reconnect, and it's a step of progress and growth when you can declutter. I love it I have been personally myself going through. There's a couple of things my husband and I have talked. Many many times about going fulltime in our motorhome, which I'm sitting in right now and obviously that takes an immense amount of declutter because there's a lot that you will not be able to take. We say yes, we say no. It hasn't settled honest yet, but you know. It's one of those things where it's like we need to do it now. Because if we wait, who's to say both of us are going to be around. For us to be able to do what it is that we wanna do what we wanna do that and enjoy it. We need to do it now. That I found for myself for decluttering number one I'm constantly because I go back and forth between two homes. I am constantly disposing of close in. I like to give him to women's shelters. Is what I choose to do with my clothes when I give away. But and I don't know if this is right, wrong or indifferent Janice I just wanted to.

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"janice" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"Beauty can be like this dirty word if you're a poet. You're not supposed to say that. I mean you're supposed to have given that up but I see women who have not given it up and I'm interested in that resistance born and raised at Alabama Harrington's family moved to Nebraska when she was eight years old then jobs in life brought her tail and but she noticed that her poems hadn't moved there were just so many poems set in the south or set in Nebraska that I became curious. Why aren't you writing more about the Mid West? That surround you so Harrington with a friend decided to visit every State Park in Illinois but we would have to live for at least three hundred years to see every State Park in the state of Illinois. During the three years she did try. She got to see the beauty of the state and it's changing ecosystems. I sort of want to sneak up on readers and make them reconsider what they think they know whether that's about nature or whether it's about what they believe. An African American female poet could care about Harrington says she's interested in how black women in particular create beauty. It started when she began observing the women in her family. No matter what's going on in the world and sometimes despite what is going on in the world they are trying to make beauty Alice Walker has that incredible essay where she talks about her own mother. Creating these this incredible garden with the flowers that everybody stop to admire and that that was radical militant political activity to create beauty. And it's difficult to do. It is difficult to sustain it but I see black women doing it all the time and it not being celebrated or dismissed. Because it's not it's not war. It's not this big grand dramatic gesture instead they are these small gestures that are sustained day in and day out. And we we don't even know it. Sometimes we don't even know that the beauty and what they have created is enabling us to go out into the world stronger. Here's Janice Harrington reading wind shear under the Magnolia a winter starved hair stills and pretends it is not there and wanting less of fearfulness. I pretend I do not see my camouflage the wild promises in my gaze and step carefully by.

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"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I say anybody got passing. Just look on your phone okay. All right we'll leave about the key players playing at not so we've got. The senators wrote extremely good. Oh stop it for Second Ryan at this point. In the podcast Janice Connolly Aka Barbara. Nice did one of her trademark stage dives now. It would not work very well in the audio podcast. Takes a bit of time. And there's nothing really to listen to accept extraneous sound. That's the company people like unstrung claim which hurrying to check out the podcast. The kind of thing into but we have more respect for you than that so if you wish to view the stage dive than please go to. Youtube. I'm look up herring one nine six seven and you can view that stage died in all. Its wonder and amazement. It was something to say. I can tell you. So it's worth doing but for now. Let's return to the audio podcast where visual things are not allowed to to the audio nature was was the question a remember remember there was. I can't wait audio version. Drug costs with event. The the first.

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"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Like keeping things really not faking stuff is better. We're definitely oh that's good to know that you did that right. I'M GONNA ask you some emergency quest. Okay this is the new version emergency but since she'll with twenty five extra questions in the back so if you bought the green when you have to buy this for the twenty-five right just awesome all the twenty five questions now than after by the book and that's the question is that's that's that's a bad question you can ask me anything. He puts it in the book through the end. What was the way? This reason you ever skydived off school Janice Distri Guard. We were skydiver. Oh yeah everybody skydived you have to like a right to passage isn't a? I can't think of a weird reason. You just say we're not go in what you just littering. I mean I remember very clearly an interesting experience in school was never graveyard and we went into a church me and my friend. John is the to Johnny says we will and we both were solicited there in this little church we both said you believe in God believing God leaving. Let's just ask for sign and the doors diplo open. I'm telling you so then. We ran out screaming. That did happen. You make what you will especially this close to Halloween all right. I'll ask you this question. I said I wouldn't ask you any questions. By if your genitals had to be replaced by the face of one of the muppets one of them the face would be able to interact and communicate in exactly the same way as the.

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"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Hey welcome this week. Where UP IN MANCHESTER? With the Amazing Janice Connolly Aka Barbara. Nice as lots of fun to be had in this one plus some visual stuff that People listening to the audio might like to check out on Youtube Channel after they have listened to it but what Come and see us live. We're doing lots more this year around the country mainly in London at the moment where the rest of square theater every Monday till April the sixth April six sold out. But there are tickets. Forever's as I speak said a couple of guests to announce that one where the Birmingham pocos festival it sold out but let me tell you. Naughty holder is going to be the guest. That's pretty exciting. And we're Norwich which is also something that we don't have any guests confirmed for that one yet we'll be at the Edinburgh fringe For the first ten days in early August if the editor fringes and cancelled by pestilence. And we'll be back at the theater in October November on Mondays. All throughout those. We've in the back of my throat with lots of the pretty edged out is fine. I want some fantastic guests are lined up in my mind and I hope they will come to. Fruition is pretty exciting lineup of series nineteen We're still watching series team at the moment which is also has a pretty exciting climate with great guests coming up so thanks for your support become a badge if you want to help us make more costs telling friends about the podcast. If you don't WanNa pay any money then they listened to it and then that will get some money as well so thanks very much. Let's sit back and enjoy. Rally Sta with.

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"janice" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

"Like triology. Something that's going to stay in the mouth for twelve hours and is going to provide those nutrients so that the gums have a continuous Resource for healing. You you do that and you're going to have healthy gums fantastic Janice thank you so much for taking the time today. I sure appreciate it and and I've I honor you and thank you for doing this research because this is stuff that people aren't talking about so you're you're on the cutting edge of things here so thank you very much. Thank you Terry. I really enjoyed and I appreciate you. Allow me to share our knowledge with your your guest. Dan Dan Fascinating stuff. The gums are the gateway to your overall systemic health. This is something that we just. Don't talk about in our society nowadays and I will say that after this interview view Janice did send me some triology products to try out and I have to tell you. I have noticed a huge difference in my my gum health and my teeth. Oh my gosh fantastic. Product full full hearted endorsement by me. I'm not paid to make that endorsement. Excellent but wow good good products so definitely check them out until next year I love. y'All take care.

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"janice" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Mouse drafting Janice are you there yes I am good morning good morning which you got for us this week well I just wanted to alert people to one of the probably the lesser known things that are actually in the building code that is a requirement that a lot of people are not aware of and this is how they get in trouble Wednesday night and the night the words some time so a landing it's always required when you are being a building especially if they are going to be there you cannot just take it and be going downstairs idiot Lee there needs to be a landing and it needs to be at least three feet in depth yes so like property I Monday there I was wondering if that this set of stairs was permitted and it wasn't because there was no landing and it couldn't be because there's actually a tense but he's been on that side of the house yeah thank you owners of course had no clue knowing how old is this house Janice legal order home no it's actually in the home is older but then there was an addition that was added and the fish and was done in two thousand twelve and so kind of took out the tape measure and said I don't think a landing would stay here and then after checking on the plants that came with the permit in two thousand twelve which confirm the actual distance of the whole from the property line yeah there's no way anything can fit outside so now they've got a sliding glass door that see there is six foot wide or eight foot white door the end you would if you walk out of it without stairs on the landing tumble with you know a couple of do you need a landing you know why why because you know most Americans will work out enough and you know you go Christmas shopping you got all these gifts and you're huffing and puffing then you getting up to the stairs and you're like I got to put this stuff down I'm all out of shape so I can open the door see the landing let's see well I got it all right on falling backwards down the stairs holding these gifts all at the same time and and that happened in this it did DB Peter lake we better make one cold for landings yep Arnold has sought after but I'm sure the safety issues still he actually follow the international residential and building codes they didn't create it themselves so it's all about safety might be humbug but its safety and then then you'd have issues for route when you go to wrist cell but all right well thank you Janice you're welcome all right so you can get a hold of Janice at two zero six seven one zero seven check out online at dream house drafting dot com Hey if your homeowners or realtor and you got an after the fact permit situation you don't know how to solve who you gonna call Janice Maryland Janice merrily we dream house drafting all right so we are about to take a break but stay with us when we come back we'll be talking with Taylor Bramwell of kilo way out pest control you'll be talking to us about the way a pest control and and all you need to do to be effective pest control and elimination so stay with.

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"janice" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Read I want to say hello to hi this is Janice in Michelle Hey Janice go ahead Janice go ahead okay thank you third thank you dance so much for taking my call first thing I want to say is we will serve the lord they said that he was having death threats upon him how do they how does the of a death threat against him yeah nobody knows who he is right thank you know law is there has to be a line drawn her how long the these demos can her along with this you could three and a half year link to find something against strong right in in I would agree that the Janice this is just an absolute waste of taxpayer dollars but you know what else it is it's a waste of dialogue it's a waste of opportunity because at least to me that the president has provided the American people with a great opportunity with a great economy you don't get a lot of folks to work in for one case you're looking good and so it just seems to me that if we're gonna start talking about wasting time and wasting money you do have to look at the Democrats and you have to look at all of the things that they've been doing since the very beginning and at least for me we know that the day that the president was taking that oath of office they were practicing various scenarios as far as impeachment goes and at least to me it's a very sad day for America because this the trump administration has been absolutely hi jacked by the Democrats at least for me I think it's been something that has been fascinating to watch it's been infuriating to watch but the more that we watch this whole thing unfold the more the American people are going to realize that the president was right on along on a lot of these things now Mike is in Chicago him I could go ahead Mike you go ahead Mikey going once going twice and thank you very much let's say hello to Marshall in Arizona Hey Marshall go ahead yeah hi and good or low points if there is such a thing is that you the limitations on from a crime such as bribery illegal wiretapping them out of the former administration already has a pass on that as long as the Congress the courts investigators are tied up only at the mirror I think has really gone that's what he's the artist so we can cut him some leeway on that only you cut him some leeway on that all all all keep my keep my irritation so go ahead what's next year I know he is too irritating to listen to I don't know most your stamina for the actors or what but yeah what would you feel that way express yeah terrible thirdly the equal I want us I'm sure there's some particular room has the number two singles out like the bottom with Leslie okay and in March I appreciate the call and they got a lot of because when I move on very quickly Mike is a Detroit go ahead yeah all they might go ahead very quickly yeah can you hear me I was wondering like there's a legal way to remove these Democrats from office like they're trying to remove from office now the eleven ten sent them a friend the only way to get these Democrats out is.

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"janice" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

Never Thought I'd Say This

15:46 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

"A very very happy holiday they would help us mom what what would we the help me but i'm like okay good mom's soon before we started because that was i said like i just feel like i never know what i'm doing right away janice was like i don't either i never did and i was like well we need to hear that you bet your i think we do need to hear that because i still like up until even the last probably the last ten years since since i had my kids really i had this idea of you as a parent that you knew that like you just it's new you knew what you were doing you were confident and all of your decisions that like you felt like this is i did it and i felt great about it you know what i mean and then i think over the the past ten years like as our relationship changed and i think a big piece of that is me becoming a mom that you suddenly go like oh my poor mom like ed and now we've had these conversations and you've been like i just didn't i did my best and i didn't there's a there is a huge relief in matt though because all of a sudden i saw you seen you as human and you ended our relationship has changed because i no longer saw you as this person that thought they were doing and that that made decisions and felt but you were just trying to do the best you can and that has changed our relationship that's what we all do and i think i wanted to put forth a confidence right you would have to trust and confidence in me that i knew what i was doing and you're safe and everything was okay and and you didn't need to worry right i mean i think that's another thing you know you just you act authoritative want your kids to feel safe you've got a handle now so oh and i told you what i wanted you to see and at blue your mind when i said that you wo- the talking about jesus tournament she goes you saw the version of me i wanted you to see ooh that's when you told her about bob dylan concerts and stuff tough right right yeah oh my god you're like yeah you saw the parental version of me but there's a whole different person that you didn't see and like that because because i never thought about that i thought that like you're just mom now that's what my and then i was like oh oh shit oh that was just the mom you and i'm sure that that you were with your friends and had there was a whole different side see because as your kid and i didn't need to see that that it was just channel we see our parents one in one dimension just as our parents we don't think of them as humanly with their own needs in their own troubles in their own own past and things yeah and that's good because kids don't need to worry about any of that right they need to feel safe when i love i love thinking about about that now i do i go like okay like sheep wow you did a really great job at like being like you you were mom you that was it and and and i and i appreciated that never thought i'd hear that well i just i obviously it's so good only took thirty seven years hey y'all well hey twenty seven left right exactly well i obviously haven't you know been around you guys my entire lives but i will tell you janice like i you know i came i've known now known you for i don't know how many years because we'd never get that right i think three or four and and i know you're such an you are an amazing mom you're also what i and and when i love watching with you guys specifically is that you know you you now have this like line where you're jody's mom but you're also her friend and it's so like like great to see i've seen you be you know very mother bear with her still even when it's behind the scenes and that's something that i respect act so much and you know you and i have had these conversations before lake especially because i was late to the game and you know you shouldn't trust anybody that comes into your child's life and you know get as close as jody i got really fast and you had every right to get to know me privately and figure out to that me and stuff like that and that builds up my respect that much more for you because why would you not do that you know and and obviously you and i bonded right away because my sister yeah yeah so so janice lost her sister a few years back in my when my sister was dying janice reached out to me and not always that meant so much to me and then to be able to come to you throughout that and say like is is this normal is this normal is this normal when i was grieving and have you be that voice for me where you were like yeah yeah you know and you're going to be there for a long time and i am still there and then i know when you're still in it from time to time and it's so you know and then watching how much you know her girls love you and my girls love you and sam they fear me also sure shiner freedom fourth grammy's gonna be mad at you and the right it 'cause they have new but you know i mean you have kind of become the surrogate mom for a lot of my friends and people in my life eighth and i love that because i have you know you know me i sort of collect strays raise but i do i have have this ragtag group of friends and people that either their parents don't live close or their parents are gone or they don't and or their parents or their parents crazy but everyone kind of calls you mom and like and i love that you did a great job just because i know i wasn't easy at all aw i think in cuba aboard of hope to all the parents out there that maybe have kids racing you was it had to components to it it was it was just the regular i'm your mom i adore you i love you and i do anything i would die for you then there was also oh my god jason show business and there are people coming at at her with ill intentions or or you know a scheme and and so i learned to be very skeptical and mary careful earful rightfully so watching anybody that came in her life and it's just probably more pronounced as if that ah aspect that's yeah but there's no you don't need to explain it i mean i think to what i learned to just your your mama bear interesting never goes yeah now it doesn't and i think that's the thing like you know as i got to be when i was like oh my god bless my mom still being an idiot and i finally realized like oh it's because she's still my mom at the end of the day you'll always be my mom and like now we have a relationship when we have our friends and all that stuff but like you're so my mom now have you go on my tinder accountable sender account mum went on celia studio so let me just say do we have time for me to say this all right this is what happened on thanksgiving with the ragtag group of people because we all right thanks giving friendsgiving whatever together and this was last thanksgiving that i'd come in and said because i i had woken up no joke to dick pic you and i were chatting online and use hey thank your phone number and i said sure sure and like literally woke up it was like ding ding open it up dick pic what the and so i came over here and was like seriously that's what i said i'm going to die alone you're like you're not going to die unloaded i said i woke up to a dick pic this morning i know i was the first person ever show you a dick i was i showed your mama dick pic there's something there's a never thought i'd say this moment right there and i had no need i know you're it cute this in the morning i would be and then i.

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"janice" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

13:56 min | 1 year ago

"janice" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Thank you we have a returning very special guest today. Janice neither hoffer is with us again. Janice has quite a background. She is retired retired. Special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration of Forensic Psycho physiologist. That's quite a word. Master Mentor. World Renown interview and interrogator to name a few of her talents. She is passionate about about supporting people to be the best they can be welcome. Jap Janice thank you so much for being here and welcome back. Thank you for having me. Well I think what we want to talk about. Tonight is true connection and what that means. I mean to you. Well true connection well. There's different ways of connecting. But really for me the most important is through the heart and I I believe in whatever experienced in my life is most people a lot of people. They put a shield around their feelings because they I don't WanNa be hurt. And if we if we as a global community could talk talk about our feelings openly in the appropriate time and place I think we would have healthier relationships in. Maybe you have something that you can say with that terror. You know my line of work. We wore a bulletproof vest right for most of our work because it kept US alive now. The bulletproof vests was very heavy. But it served a purpose and it also indicated to Whoever we were going in to arrest tour executed search arrest sworn that we were there for certain reason right but that bullet proof vest? I loved to talk the men and women behind the badge because people forget that they're people too when you most people run into law enforcement of any type is usually a negative experience traffic ticket robbery domestic abuse. Whatever you say that the people the people think negative about an enforcing agent or policemen typically right? But I want want people to know that there's a metaphor in here too. But I I want people to know that the people of the men and women behind the batch who choose to serve whether it's a military a law enforcement they made a choice to serve the ultimate sacrifice. Of course we all know of life and death. I'm very blessed and lucky. Lucky to make the other side of almost thirty years with all my limbs and no injuries right absolutely. How did you do that? Smart as very smart and very tough love. You must've run. Faster must have acted fast. Yeah but more. So here's the deal. I connected with people so no matter who I came in in contact with. I don't care it was a homeless to a CEO of a company. That did not matter to me. They were human being. So how did you do that especially being in in such a dramatic or traumatic or whatever you WANNA call it. How did you actually do that? Well I've been through a lot in my life and so that gives as you in it and I love people and I've seen people I've seen the worst people in the best of people and I never give up on anybody. I I love the underdog and people say oh he'll never change never change. He's in jail. Well if you have that kind of an attitude the people are really coming from their frame. I believe in everyone. Absolute unless they have a chemical imbalance or something like that were. You can't do anything about it. But if they can't do anything with medication or whatever it yeah absolute answer your question directly. What made me effective was? I would love people even in my very intimidating committing Black Ninja outfit. You know with so you came in with no judgment right and really to the best your capability. Unconditional love right. But I didn't call it that then no I was just being that does it make sense in what what was really great. I was gifted that because I never had that so I was giving myself that makes sense because when you give it you do receive right so so to tie. This piece in connection is everything. And that's how it got me to into everything that I'm in forensic psycho physiology. Wow Big word right. Eight master mentor. Wow all that if you look behind it is connection really connecting. And here's my vocabulary. My secret recipe please. So our guest. Yes my speaker recipes this instead of judging people you're going to judge people because you're human right you just go up too fat too small to too smart too dumb whatever but you get curious. Get curious about people. Well then. It's the layers you know. We all have the layers for which we are evolving. Actually so it's getting its penetrating layers when you really can get to know somebody you you see the layers and layers and layers and the more they feel comfortable the more I feel comfortable. Damore I relax on LAX. Whatever you WANNA call it you can show your true self and that is the key of what I'm talking about? With unconditional. Love is being able to come from your true self your true through Absolute self because when you come from your true authentic real honest self you can talk to anybody and you can be an any situation Russian tonight. You know that you can get through it and you still have that grounded nece. That unconditional. Love can't May I ask you the question. Of course. How do people find that? Well that's kind of a loaded answer. The how do people find that. Well I think it takes true introspection. You need to be able to look at who you you are and how you behave and how you handle things you know how you react how you communicate you know for me. Communication is so it's the key to everything if you can learn how to communicate from your true loving self you can you. You can talk to anybody even when when you're in the worst horrible feeling and you're angry of course if I get angry I usually pull myself back the let go the anger I work I just I have to let go of it because I want to come with love. I didn't WanNa come with anger and and that isn't always easy especially with family and I have my daughter here tonight so she knows that. But it's you know it it takes. It's true loving yourself purely loving yourself to be able to come from that and be able to do that and then you can talk through anything thing when you get in a relationship with anybody you know. I mean that's the key communication unconditional love and the key is the communication part. But how you get that it takes practice and you've got you know it's like I tell everybody right. I love myself unconditionally. On Your Mirror anywhere you can see it so you get in your subconscious mind and hit a penetrate into your heart and it takes practice writing whatever but it just takes it takes concentration it takes it takes undisciplined. Whatever you WANNA call it? Just keep feeding yourself. That unconditional love. You know whether it's it's going to the beach in and communing meaning with with nature. You know it's whatever listening to music. Sometimes some music just puts me in a place where I feel. There's total unconditional love. So whatever works for you to keep feeding yourself that that warm and fuzzy whatever you WANNA call it it just keeps feeding yourself in every moment especially when you're going through a crisis may add something of course you're good at that her me for me. I just wait here to talk right. You had so many great points and if I segue in expand some because what what I know is different. Models of the world is more brilliant than one mile. One Mind right so that's why I'm a member of several mastermind teams right and so here's the deal. People are a lot of pain nowadays. So let's let's take an example. Let's say young kid does a true story this young kid. I know he's only twenty years old. He's been in and out of prison many times. Kay He grew up in a interesting environment the Fed him sugar low kid right and Dan. The mom gave him anything. The kid the kid wanted so as a nutrition is off. His discipline is off. He got anything he wanted. He always got yes he never got a no so so no healthy boundaries so gang member heroin almost lost them. You know the story goes so everybody wants to give up on this kid. The best place for him is jail. You know what I say to that. It takes one person to care about that young man and show them a different way. Because here's the deal. People don't no no no. He only knows what he knows all. He knows he's unhappy. So is he acting out because he severely unhappy so it takes one person a mentor. One person that really cares exactly. That won't give up on him and believes in him in guides him because because he can turn around it takes a choice so people nowadays are in a lot of pain. Yes more than we know. Actually I mean that's why there's so much I mean everything and an upheaval around the planet and in the Mid East especially there's also greatness in the planet laws. Everything's happening for a reason right right. This is a transformational time So what I know is you never stop growing. You got to take responsibility for who you are. If you're not happy. Find a way to be happy. Now that doesn't mean getting a new job getting a new relation. No it means going internal healing those wounds. How do you do that? It can be a choice. It it can be. Seminar can be a book can be. It can be anything. But you've got to choose to change and that's that is a choice. We all have whether we realize it or not. We have the choice to love ourselves unconditionally. And I know I say that so many times but it's so important important but here's the the deal. This lady said to me a couple of weeks ago she is you know. I speak to women all the time and they talk about. Unconditional love yourself on conditions. She says we'll say that to people but they have no idea what it it is or how to do that. So what is unconditional love. You know we talked about this once before. And you know unconditional unconditional. Love is not criticizing yourself. You know our society you know is so material and physical that it is I think made a lot of people neurotic about the way they look the way they speak etc.. And and you know stop judging yourself off because then you can stop judging others and stop you know the critical. You know being that critical having stop well you you have to. You have to catch yourself. It's like this is very important to be very mindful and it starts. It starts in here because our dialogue goes your monologue. Ah Dialogue goes in her head and it's we have to stop ourselves. I know when I when my daughter was a baby and I wanted to set an example samples for her to be healthy is I remember I start thinking negative thought and I absolutely one time I said Stop I. I screamed it out because I don't want to think negative thoughts and you can't afford to think negative thoughts because it affects how you tweet yourself and it also affects how you treat others and so the Stop the negativity and you and you just have to be mindful. You have to thank you have to listen. I always say take inventory of your thoughts. Take inventory because Dan when you're aware of it. You can stop it you can. You can can nip it in the bud and then when it comes up again and it gets easier and easier and easier the more you become more. Cognizant you know realize realize what you're thinking aware being aware awareness you know. Then you can you. Can you can change that pattern because we get in these. These patterns earns these stuck patterns. And it's and it's not serving you and it's not serving the people around you so you know it that's how you start to change that and I believe that when you when you can change your thoughts your feelings they they amplify it. You know we have control over our feelings. I believe we really do Whether you like it or not sometimes feelings are not comfortable but then you can. You can feel and think through it which I know is one of the most challenging thing is to have the balance between the heart and the mind..

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"janice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"janice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're so good i love your janice joplin where to even begin janice joplin is there a more instantly recognizable voice has there ever been a more electrifying performer and she could write to she wrote this song a couple of months before her untimely death in nineteen seventy we still miss your janice happy birthday here's mercedesbenz oh lord me say my friends she's what no help from our friends so me me a loser is dry each day until three so well a everybody what did you say no hell his.

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