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"janie" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"I like that about you. Like you're very intentional Tell me about this last part. Because i i'm taking notes. I always take notes just to kinda and i go back and listen to these things you talked about needing to be needed right how that needy lot of people. i think. there's the majority of people like this like for me janet reno bellamy. I struggled with selfish ambition probably up until a couple years ago like like in the book. Peter i peter talks about that you know you know you know maybe just adding a little bit more to the story than there really is right like it's here's why hate when people say this when they say fake it till you make it right have no desire to listen to that to hear that and we hear it so much. It's like persuasion right It's like it's a as a negative cognitive biases right. Like aren't you just sick and tired of being sick and tired. No i'm i'm on a positive note. I don't wanna be sick. And i'm not. I don't want somebody to to persuade me. You know And so finish up with this talk a little bit about that. And and and how people can overcome not that need to feel needed and how maybe the word identity becomes an issue to them because you know my wife rights little things. I use the restroom. The bathroom upstairs. She uses the one downstairs. Because it's little small and there's there's more room up here for me. And i'm just just how we are and and and we love it because we laugh about it all the time and i spend time down there with her too but a she writes little acclimation affirmations for me on the on the wall on the mir appear like. You're an incredible husband. You're incredible friend. You're you know you're great sales. Which is i i. i'm i'm getting there. I'm not in any way shape or form. But she's manifesting these things right man affecting these things in creating an atmosphere so that i truly can't believe these things and i think that has allowed me to not feel needy or self embiid and when it comes to that so maybe this last five minutes. Just tell me a little bit about about how..

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"janie" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

03:59 min | 3 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"Right like do right because there's a reason why women live longer than than men right and it's like i brought back to that that story about mordechai my pastor challenges to take a simple person in the bible and talk about the impact that they made right and mordechai made a massive impact because he saved the jews right like he literally took in this young girl who changed the world really basically when you look my wife's favorite character..

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"janie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"janie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Bush or Janie or Romney. It's the party of weed, the people. Thanks to the hard work of President Trump. I'm Todd Starnes. All right, So we've talked about this environment right now. It's anti cop again. Police officers being beaten over the head with sticks and in broad daylight. He's being shot going of answering a domestic calls. Then there's no such thing as a routine traffic stop, never has been. But that's what the media calls it. Every traffic stop carries some level of risk, the most recent and in San Dimas, California, which is near Los Angeles. A teacher pulled over for again using a cell phone while driving, which is just the ticket. It's a citation. You're not going to jail for that kind of thing. In this officer. By the way, they don't have body cameras in the L. A Sheriff's department s O. He paid for his own. He paid for his own body camera to protect himself from incidents and radicals like this woman who, by the way, is a either some kind of school teacher or Professor in Los Angeles. Fox, Ellie reporter Bill Mulligan knows her name. She's a professor to school the L. A area but won't publicly release her name yet because he is waiting for her to return his calls. But here's the traffic stop and just listen. This is obviously a very radical, angry leftist and let's now professional police officer is calling a 38. Yes, you are, ma'am. Good morning, witches. And the speed limit is 40 And I was going 38. So why are you harassing your correct? I pulled you over because you're a murderer, because yes, I started.

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

02:58 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:17 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Hey i have a message for the delivery guy when he comes back and she was like. Yeah what is it. And i was like i just want to say i and i wrote it all down. I wrote it all down before. He said it's why wouldn't be a bumbling. This is what. I said okay ready. Hey my boyfriend and hey my boyfriend. And i just got a pizza delivered about an hour ago. I wanted to leave a message for the delivery guy. I wanted to apologize. I wasn't wearing a mask in. So i was rude and didn't acknowledge when he started talking about how he had left san diego because he saw california license plate. I didn't wanna be out there without a mass way went inside without acknowledging it so i just wanted to call and apologized for being rude and the girl was really gracious. And oh my god. I'm sure it's a big thing. But he will appreciate that. You said that. And i said okay thank you. I think that's nice. That's a good ending. it is a good ending. But it's just like it's hard to differentiate between zion and actual feelings. Yeah i think if. I didn't know that you were kind of. I'm seeing a pattern of you being riddled with guilt for some mundane action. Spiraling over if. I hadn't seen this as sort of a coleman pattern. He started what. I've noticed a couple of weeks ago i would have said. Oh this quirky whatever just calling apologize. But i i'm like okay. This seems more like your overthinking your own actions when like you should trust your instincts that like you're not you're nice good person and you don't you know you can give yourself and that grand that everybody can reasonably kind of assume people might have be having an off moment and also if he wants talked about san diego. He should pull up his mask. I should've had my mouth. Yeah i should have had a mask on totally and learn. Look i i i..

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"I'm working my butt up. Will you know you can't get everything you want. And maybe it's time to rearrange your priorities. And honestly i might be healthier for for rearranging my priorities than i would be if i just all of a sudden got everything i ever wanted because i was then made to be smaller so i'm staying the size i am and i'm gonna i'm gonna wild it. I'm going to go hiking in the woods. And i'm going to kind of figure out. Why put so much emphasis on things that in the end don't really matter do. They're smart thanks. I mean now that. I'm hearing you guys say this very practical angle. You know thinking about it you distrust of corporations and then the whole argument for digging deep inside that's more satisfying way of finding happiness right so and just as a practical matter. It's really hard for me to get in dave's head about making some decision that so permanent. See my whole thing is. It is intriguing but i would say i would stay. Mice is only because what if i hate being small. Yeah and then. I would be so forever mad at myself that i made this decision. And then you know because it could make you think god when i was. Big it sucked. I worked so hard. I didn't get anywhere. I hated where i lived. You know might. Relationship was in a rut. But it wasn't that bad like be all could be worse. You know braise like all these people are so like shallow or something you might not like the group you know i. It's just two permanent too scary to make a decision. That's you know if you make a decision in your life that's Permanent like that. If you're like. I want a divorce. I wanna move somewhere for some reason. It feels less scary because you still have. It's not as big of a change and you still understand. You still understand the world you're living in. You know what i mean. Where if you're downsized you're kind of being put into a whole new universe. It's it's so it's so final and then there's no option to go back you know. Yeah that's no good. I don't like that. So i think none of us are downsizing right but it was Beach is there a beach in there. I bet there is. Yeah but there's a be. They native tiny little beach. You just butter. You just better hope that a cat never finds you. Yeah i get it. Well like are they putting little. Are they taking animals instead in shrinking them in there. That's such a good question. I bet they did downsize some animals and put them as you might wanna take your dog with you or something that even is that morally right to do that to animals. I missed downsize. Margot so bad. Yeah that would be so you stay the same size. Yes she's just tiny the that would be but then you would have trouble finding her around the how you're right. She's put a little bill get height so many places if she were a tiny like..

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:28 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"No other way to entrap yourself. You know i mean i. I know that people go through really horrible things where they are trapped like financially or in relationships or just whatever but could he not like decide to for me. I'm dave i guess what i'm doing. Could i not decide to take this thirty thousand dollars and save you know. Could i not initiate the divorce. Could i not say i'm unhappy. Like i need a different. I need to go back to school. Or i need to. You know find who i am you know. I think that book wild about the woman who hiked the pacific northwest trio being. She she you know. She was dealing with grief and trauma in her life but it was like this life changing experience for her. Yeah like nothing. That i as dave could do that would be less permanent. And what would a hike. What would a hike be as that person. Like a little hill dirt. I guess so. I guess you could just sort of scale like a coffee. Cup would be a skyscraper. If i'm five inches tall rock you put like a or you put like a big rock on the ground and then you can kind of you know. Repel off of it. I guess it does kind of feel like if you're five inches tall and you're going into this new society then all of a sudden who's to say it's not going to evolve into what the society is now like if gloria i have thirty thousand dollars and that's like a million millions of dollars in this tiny place but in ten years hiking boots might be two hundred and fifty dollars in miniature land. Yeah in miniature land for my like tiny five inch feet five inches tall your feet. Would it be giving.

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Do they become like gods in a way to these larger than life. People become gods because you have to like ask them for things and they become you know they're all seeing they can just look down and look at your world you know. Yeah i mean in the movie. It's not like that. You're basically in a secure location but there is a safety risk. If there's a natural disaster or a terrorist attack or something you you truly are defenceless but aren't we anyway. Manda how we are kind of so in this little world. When you're in it you probably feel the same size that you were previously It would only be if you were confronted with your former life or people in your life in some. You know if you're confronted in some way you realize you're a small. Yeah you probably forget pretty fast because everyone else in there is small to and now. You haven't seen the movie either. No i have. I don so so but i can't remember a lot of it in the movie. He's supposed to downsize with his wife and then right he wakes up tiny and then she's still big and she's like i chickened out. I want a divorce. I can't do anything because he's so little era versatile i take. I think it is like you can't be like okay. I'll go back. you can't just test it. yeah. I guess the big question here is how important is like if you take away the the footprint aspect of it you know the ecological what are you. What do you call it. the ecological. Yeah that are that environmental then. How important is like having nice things if in and you know being richer whatever if you're going to be in somewhat of an isolated world yeah no i think it's like i i understand from this guy's perspective why he does it because he's super dissatisfied in his life first of all we have to remember that he's working his ass off at job and still can't afford the things that he wants so i understand it's like you have thirty thousand dollars saved. What's that gonna get you in this world especially depending on where you live you go to the. Why can't you live somewhere out. He doesn't have to live in america either while the. But this is the thing you go to downsizing world. It's it's like you're in like whatever the like amazing version of club. Med is because club. Med to us. It's like we wouldn't want to live there but whatever that great version and you're thirty thousand dollars suddenly becomes like millions of dollars and it's like well now. I can really afford the life that i want. I don't have to be a slave to my nine to five I like that part of it but the idea of.

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Yes so writing because we do read them and we'd love them so yeah well thank you janey and we'll take a quick break and when we come back we might down. Play the dilemma at hand. Okay we're back okay so this is a lemba that i'm going to read. Now that i think will find very interesting and air and it reminds me of one of my other favorite questions. That's up there with. Would you kick a horse to death to cure cancer. The other question that i love asking people is. Would you shrink your spouse three inches without their consent for for three million dollars. I would so fast. I would so fast do it with yeah. You would shrink three inches three inches without him knowing. Yeah you're what he'd never find out he would never find. You never know. Or i just say oh. It's your shoes. it's your shoes. Where'd you shrink apology ni. Yeah then let's he can. No it was me or is he just going to be like who gave you three million dollars in cash long. What if shrink the but then you add it like heels on all of their shoes. What if i i would pre- hem all of his pants. You'd have to really you'd have to. You'd be mad if he found out that it was you right. I think so. Yeah but it's the without the consent part that feels a little questionable. Let me ask you this. Because i have a feeling craig would be down forgetting that three million even if you shrunk three inches would you do it to a stranger. No for some reason strangers even harder. You're not sharing three mill shit. They don't get anything out of it. I just thought that. Remember that. Movie with cameron diaz whatever called the box. Where if you press the button someone somewhere dies. Remember that but it would be so much less like steaks if it was just somewhere the world. So which drake three inches if you press that button long movie is her like there's another version of this question that you could ask like i mean this one is a little bit gendered only because it's like guys are more sensitive about their high. Whatever you know what. I'm talking hetero normative get it but the other version of this question is if you ask the ask the husband for three million dollars but what they have to do is not shrink their wives they have to just slice off the tip of their pinkie while they're sleeping into them site the white slice though vast finger on my god that's traumatic but of the with the wife would wake up right. Yes she would know it was. You had sliced her pinky off. But then you'd say. I'm sorry i couldn't tell you i was going to do that. But here's we got three million dollars that an and you're married to like if i could decide what we're doing with three million dollars you could do it. Well you better have that conversation now so that he knows when it comes up that seems traumatic for both parties. Because if i had to slice someone's finger off that would not. I wouldn't like the experience of it. No traumatic for sure. Yeah it's tough. He doesn't do much well. And it's just the tip at donovan to the nail. It's literally just the tip like how you might do when you're using the mandolin slicing veggies. Bad well look you could still get a manicure and have a nail and stuff. Yeah just the tiniest tip okay. Let's get to our big big one. But i just wanted to bring that up..

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

03:20 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"I agree with amanda thing too. If you don't wanna go out rate in say because you know that may be very personal to just go. What precautions are you taking. you know. I just wanna make sure like all be. If you say. I'll be wearing my mask. I just wanted to make sure that you know. All the precautions will be taken. Because you know just you know. Put it on you as well. I don't wanna be the one that kills you. Oh and you could also say like whatever your status is you could say. I'm not vaccinated yet or i am vaccinated like if you just offered him. Yeah yeah for the information and let them massage therapists know that. I'm being forthright with facial with the facial thing i mean that's that's interface so you can do worrying i think don't you think it's an indoor outdoor facial. Sounds nice though. Yeah it does but you gotta get that steam. You need all the tools. Yeah well extension cords have come a long way. How they could set off. They could set up under a palm tree. I had a facial in two thousand nineteen in march. Twenty eight was like february march before the shutdown. Oh you got a lot of lot of stuff going on with that facial like at one point she said. Can i put this weird mask on your face. That has real light. It was just like a jason mask it was just it was like i know which one you're talking about but it would be funny if it was just a halloween and she just put it on you and just stare at you. You hear her picture. Yeah dr weird mask on you. I was like this light. It was like this light thing. And i was like this. They can't this has got to be bullshit. I thought it in my mind. I didn't like mask those light mouse. I call bullshit on those. I do i do. I'm sorry but led lighting anything. That's how i feel and it was like she did all these other things on my face to that. We're very nice. But how do i know what was the thing that made my skin feel nice. It could have been any of the three different things she was doing yell. I know when. I come out of this thing. I'm getting the works totally still the works. I'll i'll i'll probably never not be a fully worked up groomed person after this. Because i'll become hyper addicted to. I'm dying for a group dinner. get me a groups. You get a couple of bottles of wine for the table at split some apps. I'm going toppers career. Benny hana's like benny honner out to have a ranger directly in your mouth. That's all clip shrimp in there. That sounds so fun. Like a gr- community table like you'd go in a restaurant and they would be like we don't have any tables available except for the community table at front and other people might sit with the at okay. I would be like yes except amanda. And i had a really bad experience of the community table at the village bakery in atwater member. Amanda there was a man that just kept fighting. There is a man that kept parting at the community table..

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"To get it and there are some people with certain health conditions where they might be advised not to get it right so it would be me. It's like well. The that group of people would be marginalized. Yeah like if they had some neurological saying or something where they felt like uncomfortable. Getting it you know. Yeah or their doctor. Said maybe wait and see until more is known because of your particular whatever right if it's being offered for free to every person who wants it it seems less tiered in a way if it's been out for like a year or something let me say this if i were a masseuse or facialists or whatever i would put front and center. Hey i vaccinated plausible that you don't even have to do the work and yeah maybe it would come out like say you got the someone's number my friend. Your friends like i bought a great masseuse. Come to your house and you text them and then you're like hey can i just ask. Like what precautions do you take. That would give them the opportunity to say. Okay i just got a text janey and this is going to alarm you from your husband. I felt like i saw something popped up on my screen. And i was like what is happening. Paul said in all caps. I'm spying on you. Yeah yeah. I got that we're not janey. Because we don't see him. Is it the puppet behind. You is at the puppet of him. I i see that lies in that. Puffer darting pet. Y'all i hate that. What do you think you put a camera. And they're. I'm like him in one of those trinkets back there. You better go smash them all. That's why he said. I could use his office so he wanted me to come in here and he's gonna spy on. Why does he have to spy on us. If this is going to beyond the worldwide web anyway you must have really scared and without last dilemma about indecent proposals. Yeah he what he probably thinks. I'm coming on here to be like. To debunk everything. We decided and be. Like i absolutely am gonna is. He freaking me out not any. He's his office is like a separate. You guys didn't say who is spying on so it's possible he's in this oil thing. I have the single portrait of a man behind and i think zoom forte. It's really majestic looking but okay so just going back to the massage thing. I think we all are at a point where we deserve to get a massage. And i think i really okay to ask if someone's vaccinated i. I'm going to do it. I know this Really talented massage therapist. And so i think i can ask her. Now that we're talking about it out loud. I can just say. I miss your massage in. I'd love to hire you for it. Are you vaccinated yet. I think that's perfect. I think that honestly sounds casual and just yeah just right. Yeah and..

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

02:57 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"That one person survived. Whoever has the longest arms who ever massage therapist has the longest armed survived. The panda but like hardly is like well. What if they have the massage community has been vaccinated already and they need the the the business you know. So what he do. This is probably a dilemma. that's at the forefront of my mind as well. Because i also am just every single day thinking how can i get a massage facial and i can't my god a facial seems like even more luxury at this point. I know and even a manicure pedicure. I haven't had one in a year so trust me. I have been putting the word out on the street. What ask you ivan saying does anyone have a vaccinated like in person. Who would come to. My house is what i've been saying my backyard and are we allowed to say are you vaccinated so that you feel like that person is safe from you how to. How are we supposed to navigate that etiquette like how are we supposed to say you know. Oh are you vaccinated. I don't wanna you know. Can i get near you. I know because it seems like is it. I mean there's a slippery slope or now you hear places talking about vaccine passports and if you have your vaccine card like you should be able to access more stuff and part of me likes that because it's like what makes a lot of sense also will encourage people to get vaccinated vaccinated on the other hand does seem like it can become the sort of weird dystopia and society where there's like and this is what i heard on a daily this daily that i think everyone listened to when the guy was the guy who came on the daily and said that the we will have a vaccine for four years. Do you remember when that happened. And that guy yeah. Everyone went crazy but anyway he was basically saying there's going to be like a two tiered society those who are vaccinated and those who are intended to become like unfair to the people who for whatever reason can't get vaccinated so a little bit you feel awkward sort of asking someone if they're vaccinated but i think it's okay when it comes down to it. I fail lake. Does he not think that we live in a tiered society already. Yeah i know. I think he. He knows that we do because we pretty much do. Yeah i guess there's just a bad taste. There's a bad taste in your mouth when you go. I'm going to be carrying around something that puts me in a in a One category if. I don't have that thing with me that it puts me in another category. Do you know what i mean. That's a little weird. I don't understand. I understand where it would be harmful like so in in our country supposedly here in america. We're going to be offering it for free to every adult who is eligible.

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"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:15 min | 6 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"In production would. I kill my own baby to save a village and i go back in time and kill you what i take the promotion at work with strings. Muffins for the rest of my life. If it meant i would. I have satan's child. Hi everyone and welcome to the. I'm maria and i'm amanda and this is the big ones each week. We discussed new ethical questions ranging from historical decisions to relationship problems to brain. Busting moral choices. The questions can be complicated to discuss. But they're always fun to talk about because they force you to look deep deep deep with inside yourself. Will you like what you see. I i.

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‘A new day’: Kim Janey sworn in as Boston’s first Black, woman mayor

WBZ Overnight News

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

‘A new day’: Kim Janey sworn in as Boston’s first Black, woman mayor

"Mayor Kim Janey's second day on the job coming up, having been sworn in yesterday. Here's WBC's Karen Regal, Thank you and God bless the city of Boston acting there. Kim Janey was introduced by the first black congresswoman from Massachusetts and sworn in by the first black woman to serve as the state's chief justice. And she held her first mayoral news conference. What about the pandemic? She was asked. So the pandemic first and foremost, what about the police commissioner who's been on leave over domestic violence allegations? Right now? The situation is still under investigation. What about running for mayor of Right now? I'm focused. On being mayor. But I will make a decision and an announcement in the coming weeks acting there. Janie got a high heel got in a cobblestone on City Hall Plaza as she left the news conference. That's something the other mayors didn't have to worry about. Said. Boston's first woman mayor. With

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Senate confirms Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be labor secretary

Morning Edition

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Senate confirms Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be labor secretary

"Nominee to be labor secretary, has been confirmed by the Senate. Marty Walsh is a two term mayor of Boston. He's the first former union leader to run the department and more than 40 years. Walsh pledges to protect unions and supports raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. Replacing Walsh in Boston is Kim Janie. She resigned last night as president of the Boston City Council. Janey will be formally sworn in as the city's acting mayor tomorrow. She's 55 years old. Cheney is the first woman to serve as the city's mayor and the first African American to hold the job.

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Janey becomes 1st woman, person of color to be Boston mayor

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Janey becomes 1st woman, person of color to be Boston mayor

"History is made in Boston after mayor Marty Walsh becomes labor secretary and president Joe Biden's cabinet Marty Walsh tendered his resignation as mayor of Boston Monday after being confirmed by the Senate to be president Biden's labor secretary his resignation touches off a history making changes city hall Boston city council president Kim Janey becomes the first woman and first person of color to be mayor of Boston Janie while holding the office on an interim basis is widely seen as opening a new chapter in the city's political history although she hasn't said yet if she'll run for mayor in the fall there is precedent for an interim mayor using the temporary post as a stepping stone to winning the seat out right there also at least five other candidates actively seeking the office I'm timid wire

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"janie" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

06:19 min | 10 months ago

"janie" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"I've to maintain a sense of calmness and and also honesty. Everyone is in the same boat. Everyone is got has uncontrollables in their life. So to be honest with people and say hey right now. Life is is out of control. I'm sorry for the noise I can't. I'm doing the best i can. We all have to give each other. A lot of grace and i think that the environment we're in right now is an environment where everyone appreciates transparency and vulnerability you know the minds me of howard partridge ziglar business coach talking about his focus. Tom you guys talk about it all the time of that. Your life is not about supporting your business. Your business is about supporting your life. I paraphrase and i hear you saying that johnny that the sunday even having the perspective of our life is not about our work our work is to be about our life and keeping president what our life is about which is a great segue. The you know the next one that we come to hear next category in essence and this is about eight percent of the group. I'm gonna put it under money. But under their education came up a lot but education came up in regards to money people who were striving to get an education. And we're struggling with money. So i'm going to put that couch. It still under the issue of money and of course it was people's trying to just have enough money to stay afloat dealing with debt and then som- especially in our group where we have so many people pursuing business and side endeavor saying. I'm really struggling just with enough money to get ahead to make that idea and that dream possible as you know from a spiritual standpoint i sometimes feel like some people struggle even more so when they feel like they have something that they feel called to do they honestly do and i believe that they do that. They have something that's on their heart that they wanna do very difficult to look at the money shortage and not feel like god if you want this to happen. Why are you not providing. Well i been there. You're talking to someone who has been in that very spot where i was very called to start a business that i knew nothing about and i knew that i was called. I was terrified and The only place to turn was where the calling came from to turn back to the source to turn back to my maker and and my creator. My lord god and say to him. If you want me to do this then you have to provide and you've got. I need your whiz window. And i need you to open doors. In fact one of the things that i learned to pray was close every door but the right one because when you're starting a business there's so many options are so many things to learn and i would get overwhelmed and i would just pray. Close every door but the right door and bring me the resources that i need and give me the wisdom and perseverance to work hard and And i did. And i went i. It's difficult to learn the hard way but it's an education that will never leave you because you don't have someone explaining everything and and take care of all the hard things you're in the middle of the hard things and that was exactly my position and i hit. I had miraculous things happen. Because i was trusting. I gotta check. My is a matter of fact member so well when i was just on the brink of starting my business was hidden life inspirational gifts. And i i. I knew i was called to do. It is a matter of fact ahead. A hallmark owner. Say to me three times not once not twice once twice but three times do it jamie do it do it do it. And i'm like okay. Hey well easy for her to say. I've got to somehow find the resources to start this wholesale business and When i thought for For sure that it was not going to happen. Received a check in the mail from a family member that time felt like a million dollars but it was twenty thousand dollars now. That's a lot of money but twenty thousand dollars when you're starting a business is like a drop in the bucket however it was enough of a of a a jump. Start to know that. I was called to do this and that i would. I would h obstacles. If i had to face i would i would pray and i will find a way. Pray and find a way. And if you can't go under it and you can't go through it you gotta go around it. Do whatever you have to do. Thought many of those battles but you know. Perseverance is key and prayer to ps perseverance. Appear so how. How do you because you know it's real simple to say all you just got to pray about it. Have faith now. it's not simple. It's easy to say it's not easy to do. And then you gotta follow that up with action so much so talk a little bit about how i mean. I believe god wants us to pray and trust and move forwards yes and and then he's kinda waiting to see what kind of action we're gonna take to. I completely agree. In fact one of my mottos is pray is if you never work and work as you as if you never pray a I think that it takes both. You must work hard you must persevere you must you must take the the scary Steps o of action that you I'm still doing it. We're i'm right now just sitting here and and using all this equipment you know it all of the technology that we're all having to learn we never we have to continually be learners that we have to be willing to take risk and i have taken many many risk in my life and and is someone said you know you can't get the fruitless you go out on a limb and i'd like to say will that's true but sometimes liam breaks sometimes the lamb breaks and then when you fall and you you you pick yourself up hopefully you. You didn't break all your bones. You say what. Can i learn from that and how to recover from..

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Sydney Barber Becomes 1st Black Female Brigade Commander At Naval Academy

All Things Considered

07:51 min | 10 months ago

Sydney Barber Becomes 1st Black Female Brigade Commander At Naval Academy

"Two news. Now of an important first in Annapolis, Sydney Barber will be the first African American woman to serve as brigade commander at the U. S Naval Academy. It is the top post for midshipman. She starts next semester. Sydney Barber Welcome and Congratulations. Thank you so much. Appreciate this opportunity is so great to be here. Yeah, We're very happy that you're with us. Tell me what does it brigade Commander do what's the job description? So I guess And if you were to look at it in a civilian sense, the brigade commander is what someone would describe is a student body president. So I am the sole representative of all 4400 midshipmen to the common on into the superintendent. So I'm the link between the Midshipmen body and our senior officer ship. So you told me. What kind of what A brigade commander does. What do you Sydney barber want to do like, How are you gonna make this special and make it yours? I feel like I have the heart to do it. My purpose in my objective is to build a team. People who appreciate each other appreciate every single thing that every person has and brings to the table who are really embracing our are blended organization and want to pursue a purpose, no matter what that looks like but are driven towards a shared short shared in common. Goal. So that's what I want to instill in my staff. That's what I want. And still in the brigade is a hole. I guess. First of all, if this whole military thing doesn't work out, please come work with me. I loved Tonto. That would be amazing if we could use you it at NPR. As I noted, you will be the first black woman in this role. And now the first woman to lead the brigade that came back in 1991. So not that long ago, um and back just then, in the early nineties, women were prohibited from flying warplanes couldn't serve on war ships at sea. In the Navy and the Marine Corps have changed so much Is there something what's left that the guys could do that you are prohibited from doing 00? My goodness. There probably are things out there that some limitations that still exist. There definitely are, but I am not worried about it. I'm not worried about all the any restrictions because I feel like we can keep. We can keep Breaking glass ceilings. This is just one of many something that I've heard recently and that I've really likes And I've said this a lot is that with every every step that I take, I mean, I leave the ladder down for the next person. Um and I've talked Tomo Miss Galina. She's been someone that's been a mentor to me the past week that all of this is kind of unfolded in the announcement. Has come about and I've gotten the chance to talk to people like her. Miss Jane is fine. She's the one who was the first woman back in. Yes, Yes, Mister Kalina? Yes, So she's been She's been reaching out to me Miss Janie Minds who the first African American female graduate of the Naval Academy. She's also been I've been speaking to her in depth. I got off the phone with Simone ask you who was the first African American first captain at West Point? Actually, 30 minutes ago, I was on the phone with Dr Rubin. Brigadier E S O. I just had a so money mentor who's also a brigade, commander of Black Brigade commander in the passing so many people who who have inspired me. Um, your story letters done to you. It sounds like right. And so when I think about this experience, I feel like it's special because it's not just about me. It's important that this story circulates for the purpose of The next generation all over the world. Who could look at this experience on Gluck at at this story is something that motivates them and inspires them Tonto amount of whatever goal that they have in their life. When did you know you wanted to join the Navy? Oh, I never wanted to join the Navy girl. So no, my so my dad. He was a graduate from the Naval Academy class of 91. He played basketball here. Andre something that they say is once you're in Academy grad or once a midshipman, always in mid shipment, and he lived by that everything everywhere. Any time was all about navy. This, namely that I was tired of it. By the time I was looking at colleges, I was trying to get away from that time. I wanted to write my own path. I'm looking at a lot of different schools. But what I really foster's in my heart is eyes just a drive for for wanting to pursue. Ah, Career of service. No matter what I did, I wanted to give back to the world. The reason we're doing this interview, the reason this is national news is that you are breaking a big old barrier there in Annapolis. I wonder how how big a deal is it on campus to your classmates care or you Sydney Barber, one of them and you know, like, Do you think about breaking the barriers as you walk around every day? Oh, I I try to keep a level head. I try to stay as grounded as possible. I try to keep a low profile, my friends, my teammates, especially on the track team with me. They kind of laughed because they know who I am. They know that I'm the last one to want my picture taken. Um, I usually I never post any stories on social media because I just don't usually like to Document everything that's going on in my life and just the shift of the past week they laugh because my face is everywhere. My picture is everywhere, People I also I don't usually like to To talk in front of a lot of people are talk about myself, but my mentors have actually helped me with that, and it's great to be humble, and that's something that I tried to be as best as possible. But at the same time, they're like Yeah, you need to be. You need to be confident you don't own this moment own the fact that you are the brigade commander. It took me forever to just say that to say those words because I don't. I don't like to fly. I don't. I don't want everyone to anyone to think that I'm any higher than them. So I'm going to try toe talk to the person that's taking out my trash or sweeping the floor outside my room and make them feel special. But the same time I need also step out of that. Like I need to own this moment to lead the brigade with confidence and with boldness. I do look forward to the day when we're not celebrating these firsts when when we're done because it is just not news that a woman that a black woman could do anything that her male classmates or white classmates could do. Um But it is also kind of. Ah, it's great, and it's a big deal, and I'm sitting here thinking If your grandmother so great grandmothers could see you. They must be so proud. Yeah. Yes, I think about something that I shared and in a founder's Day video about how I think about I'm so humbled by the fact that I get to walk here and be at the Naval Academy and be someone's wildest dream. And when I think about that, in my contents of my own history, my own family, my own ancestry, I think about My great grandparents were sharecroppers on a plantation in Mississippi. My grandmother now lives in Chicago. She was born on that plantation. Um They would never even pictured. This moment. This America looks nothing like the America that they experience and they died before they saw anything different, So I'm I always take that. Take that to heart. And I think about it pretty much daily as I go about my day here at the academy. Well, well, Those are words to live by own the moment. Congratulations again that Zbynek real pleasure and an honor to speak

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Healing After An Abortion

Therapy for Black Girls

08:07 min | 1 year ago

Healing After An Abortion

"Today's session is centered on another topic requested by several community members. And that's how to heal after an abortion. We know Oh this is a decision that can be very difficult to make and one that can be made for many different reasons in the aftermath can be one. That's very complicated to weed through true to offer her tips for healing and insight about how she works with clients in this space. We're joined today by Kisha Wills Kiesha is licensed professional counselor impera. NATO mental health specialists practicing in Columbus Georgia as the owner of transformation counseling services. She helps women navigate the mini transitions of womanhood and Motherhood Specifically Kisha maintains a passion to support women who have endured life altering experiences experiences such as pregnancy and infant loss in postpartum depression anxiety. Kisha help our clients develop their voice and identify indentify in grief and loss as well as have hope and be empowered. She recently published her first book from three heartbeats to one AH gentle companion hope in grieving pregnancy and infant loss he shannon. I chatted about some of the common experiences. Women may struggle with after an abortion. Learn how to support a friend who's had an abortion. How support systems may change afterwards and she shares her favourite resources for anyone wanting additional personal support or information? If you hear anything while listening that resonates with you and you'd like to share please share with us on social media using the Hashtag AAC. TV G in session. Here's our conversation you so much for doing Kisha. Thank you so much for having me on. Yeah I'm happy that you were able to join us today. Because I know that your specialty is in working with women specifically around Grief Impera Neto laws in net Kennedy and so this has been a topic that has been heavily requested by members of our community is healing. Taking care of yourself after an abortion. so I wanted to start kisha by hearing like what are some of the things that you find our you know previous clients or people that you heard come in struggling struggling with after an abortion so in the aftermath of person may struggle with grief emotional distress which includes depression depression feelings of regret loneliness feelings of sadness and loss particularly with loss. That could look Michael Loss of identity a loss of self esteem even the loss of a partner or lost a friendship and ultimately a loss of what lies and parenting could have have been like with the trial a lot of times individuals state that they feel incomplete. Some may also be angry with themselves but their body with their significant other even the medical professionals that involved and they may also wrestled with Gil filling that they've done a bad pain or shame feeling that they're about person that they're unworthy. They often struggle with confusion. You know questioning if they made the right right decision questioning what others may think about their decision and even with others may think about them and then to on the other end of the spectrum a emotional issues and struggles person may lack feeling they may experience numbness or detachment and be totally checked out on an emotional level a really very for each person but many do report struggling and be specific area. Yeah I mean you really have shared a lot there key because it feels like depending on like how this decision was made and you know the circumstances surrounding the decision making I mean like it really could determine like how you might react after actually having an abortion. Yeah for sure definitely. It's a very personal decision decision. I'm very unique store really very face on each person and I wanna go back to some of the things that you said around loss because I think you know one nine we tend to only think about laws as somebody dying right in. You really shared a lot of great information. Sounds like around Mike. The loss of relationships that that can sometimes result as after an abortion. Can you say more about that. Yeah so a Lotta Times your worldview really changes and so you change in the way that you interact with other individuals can also have a definite hit have struggles and they may change as well so with the law of partner the relationship might take a hit and so you lose that connection in some instances couples may not stay together or there may be a loss of a friendship because you feel like that person that you thought was going to support you with not there for you at that time so you may pull back so your relationships can starts the dear friend as your coping in dealing with these emotion. You also really touched on Kisha V.. Shame in Gidel Ed. Can sometimes uh-huh be related to this decision and I'm curious from a therapeutic standpoint like what are some of the things that you might work with a client on a hill you knows a really kind of work. Through 'em process these feelings of shaming guilt I think is really important to rainbows emotions and feelings that you are experiencing to bring them to the surface so that you can deal so that you can identify and deal with that when we think about shame being able to separate the action or the experience from your institution so that really is very important for a person to do because you know the the guilt says that I've done something that bad but then shame part makes you feel like you are a bad person that you're wholly unworthy and that's really important to work through. You know being able to differentiate between like I said your identity as a person versus your decision or the experience that like that distinction that you made right so the decision versus me as a person. Those are not missing thing. What are some things or activities that you found in your work with clients? That's helped them in healing. After an abortion individuals report war that they have found peace and comfort and performing rituals or having ceremonies surrounding the laws. For instance offense some have participated in candle ceremonies or memorial ceremonies. They've also serve other women or families that are dealing with this. Ah Issue and some have been able to plant trees or tree flower gardens and Tribu or memorial just as a way of kind of honoring during their child and some have even named their child is Yeah so in some ways it would Janie talk about some of these similar kinds of things on the episode that we did about healing after a miscarriage right so it sounds like in some ways it would be similar kinds of processes. Yeah I WANNA Kisha. You mentioned also the idea idea that you might lose some friendships because friends may not have supported you the way that she thought that they would. I'm curious to hear if you have suggestions about how friends friends can support someone after. They've had an abortion. I think one of the really important aspects to keep in mind is that it's just being available. You you know. Let your friend know that you share and that you're willing to help specifically that looks like you being non-judgmental being compassionate can't really being present with your friend listening is vital. It's a major part of communication but it's often overlooked at times and so and wanted to should be that helpful friend. You know a lot of times we're thinking about. What is it that I can say or do but listening is just as important

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Volunteer convoy brings relief to those stranded for days in Skykomish, Washington

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Volunteer convoy brings relief to those stranded for days in Skykomish, Washington

"Biggest caravan since the snow began to fall made its way from gold bar up to communities along highway two today couples Ryan Harris tells us people in Skykomish didn't just stop at their deliveries dozens of people loaded truck after truck with not just gas and diesel but propane and kerosene so people could have heat along with food and other supplies among them Janie Gustafson consistent she and her husband run Winkelman sons contracting they can make the time to volunteer I'm willing to help whether the states here or not I think it's not great they're not here but we're here and if that's not enough Ted's rumors and others who brought the stuff up the sky Komische got an unloaded and then right away grab troubles to help people out who can't do it themselves and furniture that has occurred off because I need to be able to get out sounds like there's a reason these be cleared off be able to do what we can do to help out one of the best pieces of news for this community the gas station is back open for business so they can fuel the generators they'll need for several more days

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"janie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"janie" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Died her body is been exam twice there have been three different autopsies conducted by three separate people and several investigations both by police and by private detectives but no one has been able to explain the inconsistencies and no one can answer the question what or who killed Cheney ward was it an accident or could it have been murder on a recent trip back to Arkansas to visit my dad I saw huge black pickup truck drive by on the back I saw a faded bumper sticker red justice for Janie it hit a nerve with me because I've been waiting for justice for back up I'm gonna see if I can figure out what happened to Jamie so once again we have to go back in time at this time we're going back to September ninth nineteen eighty nine the night Janie died I'm Catherine towns and and this is how long gone so we're right off the main highway in Marshall Marshall is a small town with a population of about thirteen hundred half the size of Mountain View where we spent last season were next to poppy's flea market which has knives and tools and lots of knick knacks the main drag I can see two lane highway sixty five bedroom window look is lined with flea markets a few churches and sonic at one intersection is the business district there's the daisy queen an.

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Robert Pattinson, Claire Dini And Denise discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Robert Pattinson, Claire Dini And Denise discussed on Filmspotting

"Robert Pattinson again in cleared unease highlife, we chatted with the great Claire Dini earlier in the show talking about her experience working with Robert Pattinson among other topics. I'm curious if anything she said helped you process highlife further or better, Scott. This is a movie you have seen twice is that. Okay. So you've had a couple goes at this film, definitely on one level, very simple film, but a complex film. She is not interested as a filmmaker in spoon. Feeding you anything. There are a lot of different strands and ideas thrown out in this movie. Sometimes they're thoroughly explored sometimes they're not sometimes they're introduced, and you have to do the work to figure out how that may fit into some of the larger themes, and ideas, she's exploring we've mentioned this that it's only her second. Some people say, it's her first English language film. But actually trouble every day is a movie that is largely in English still as she. Touched on. It's not familiar to her. It's not how she normally works and certainly genre. She's not used to working in though, she is working with one of her usual collaborators, not only actually on the music tender sticks. But jump all far Joe who co wrote the film with D as he usually does I bring all that up to ask you sort of where you put this film in Denise larger body of work not worried so much about the ranking. But is this a movie that you consider up there with her best films? I'm not sure about that. I wouldn't necessarily go that far though, it certainly helped see it a second time to clarify my thoughts on a little bit. I think it's one of her more difficult films. Relishes interesting to me that that you have this movie that is surely her largest swing as far as a US audience might be concerned, it has Robert Pattinson than the lead is science fiction, though. She will deny that characterization. Yeah. I don't think we use the word. We did not read another thing. We've would've. That for good reason. But yeah, so it's it's difficult. It's difficult film. It's not necessarily one that I would start with you. If you've never seen the clear Janie movie, I would kind of go with something like Friday night or thirty five shots of rum, which are much simpler love stories, but it has it has all those elements that you expect from her movies, the elliptical use of time the gives you a lot to unpack. I mean, I was not surprised and also kind of grateful that she didn't try to unpack her her own movies. Not really that type. I think she really wants to give audiences a chance to experience it and kind of groove on the associated qualities of the film. So I appreciate that in as far as my own reaction to highlight is concerned. I appreciate it as much for what it isn't than what it is. It's such a defiant film as far as a movie goes about space travel. We are used to movies about space being sterile cold emotionless. And here's. A movie that is that opens with the shot of a garden and then cuts to a shot of a crying, baby.

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"janie" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"janie" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Sorry. Hi, it's Jimmy Egan Janie ligon who I'm meeting for dinner tonight with your eye -rageous. Don't tell I I the mine thoughts that I follow is Janie ligon. And and Adam Stockhausen had a really wonderful edgy chip. And this working together with the pattern, and of course, Jon bubble genius cameraman. So that was that was interesting again. And again, I was algorithm. Does she why would you have teams you and then use? Okay. Okay. Go go go go go for it. And all of a sudden that that read jump or the for example, she's wearing just before she opens the door to Harry shook some French movie from the seventies. There's this isn't gonna sheet nece, and I don't you don't often see black women looking like the black women. I know like, no, crisp and sharp. And so there she is in full of her glory that night one dic- we're going to restrict time where did you get the cash my coat from that's her, and she's she's she's alive, and she's well. And she's in Chicago. And so speaking of Chicago, you you you mentioned Chicago being a site. You know, that was very particular to tell them telling the story. So we could talk more about that in Chicago. I love the shot that you did where you know, we see mulligan cana- leave like this vacant see of his father's manipulation get in a car, and we whizzed through space, you know, with all these territorial kind of like yard signs about his father's presence or about his soon to be presence. Then he gets out on the other side of the car, and you show how you turn to corners in the world is different in like a single shot. That was genius. The first time actually went to Chicago was twenty two years ago with my then go friend new now's my wife. I was I wish I did my first solo show exhibition as an artist I did it museum of modern art of Chicago nineteen Ninety-six at the same time, though, the democratic convention when Bill Clinton was president, and my wife was the covering that as a journalist so. Always say, my first footprints in Chicago, art, and politics and ever since just going there back and forth. You know, as you know to get to understand the mid west. It's it's kind of interesting when I was in Chicago first time, this Gatien is really kind of you know. You know, it's really kind of evident. And I remember my mother came with me retrospective. At the comment was what was it was the museum in Chicago, the ecological and my mother was shocked at the homeless people by people in the street, but what's going on here? What what what what is it? But then no close when you find out when you live in Chicago, you find out how great it is. And the political so the. Intrigues in the corruption the police and everything else churches, the whole mechanism of that city alderman, the wards alma how everything is linked to. So it's almost like a ole to the phone exchange. Everything is interlinked and the phrase, which I really should've which took my sort of fancy when I was in Chicago. I got a guy everyone's got a guy you on hockey tickets, the police go how can this guy everyone's gonna you'll be able to to guy I said. So there's the situation where everything is sort of interwoven. And that's why I wanted to sort of look at I'm going on a bit. But okay. So the car ride the Colorado was how'd you again, I'm an English director. So we're always trying to stretch a pound. You know, how how do you do most without with less and the holiday of that of that narrative in somebody's you're pulling.

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"janie" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"janie" Discussed on Ideas

"Many italians are horrified at the way north americans e passed in this scene from the nineteen ninety six family to chief film big night a couple of times at a restaurant that serves authentic italian food the woman orders result all things go downhill from there but i get federal spaghetti with this right well no of course coma spaghetti some yes but you see result oh is rise so it is starch and it doesn't go really with pasta spaghetti and i'll eat janie will this calms without me polls there are no meatballs with the spaghetti no sometimes we get likes to be alone then i guess we'll also have a side or the waiter takes the side order for spaghetti and meatballs to his brother in the kitchen who demands to know who ordered for the lady with the result she likes starch i dunno come up bitch people lunatic i need to talk to what you to tell the customer would you can eat what you want this is what the customer ask for make it make the pastor make make make the bus oh the spot getting do sure there's getting why does make for a good dish apass for italian the ingredients are always simple but the answer never is i visually the past either spaghetti your shirt past he's alive in the dish a pain this completely round spaghetti is is not weighed down on the on the beach all day and then is not uncooked then the process of cooking is got to be completely done so for example if you cut this by gate the don't have to see this more white inside but when you put the teeth inside the spaghetti if you go slowly inside and you never kept it sam industrial past of the mass market where you have the feeling of bisque with that immediately cracked or on the contrary you have the feeling that is did hard outside and then the pleasures gone the patient of off lease stadi along these sexual yes.

janie