35 Burst results for "Janine"

"janine" Discussed on Crypto Voices

Crypto Voices

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"janine" Discussed on Crypto Voices

"And actually one of the reasons that a lot of people think, for example, text messages are private and secure is because they get notifications from their banks, a lot of the time, via text message. And so they assume, well, my bank, who is protecting my money, would definitely use something that is very secure. So text messages should be secure that is completely wrong. So thank you, banks, for misconception. Never used two FA with text messages for sure. Yeah. Yeah, that's a whole other interesting thing with coinbase. They've been trying to slowly switch people over from tech space to FA, and they've been finding a lot of issues with that because it is just a simple and a lot of people are not aware of how unsecure that is. But to get back to Snowden and Assange, I think they're both, they're both very clear examples of why we need Bitcoin. It's a lesser known thing, but Snowden in some talks has mentioned that he actually used Bitcoin to buy the servers, for example, where he where he was putting things that he needed. And he has said that if he hadn't had Bitcoin, that might have not been possible to do anonymously. So he was also an example of that WikiLeaks is an example of that, as I mentioned earlier. So, and that's why I mentioned them during the panel because when we're talking about CBDCs, that really is a test for me. Are people like Snowden Assange and other journalists who may be targeted by not only their own government, but multiple governments, are they still able to function and use money? And if the answer is no, if their accounts can be closed, if their money can be seized, then it's not really a form of money that I'm interested in. And I think I've received no indication that CBDCs are going to be any better than what exists. Those terms. If not worse. There will be an absolute disaster. And every possible way, economically, privately for just general freedom, it's all the things you said, that will be an absolute disaster. I do think, as I mentioned during the panel, and this is one of the things that I try to remind people of is that even though, of course, Fiat cash isn't the ideal and Fiat cash itself is a form of fiduciary media of long ago when there used to be gold and silver in the banks, but that's another story. Now, if you had cash is like the basic form of money today, still printed, you have to use it, whatever, but at least you can have it. It's going to be relatively private, as we've talked about. I really do think that it's going to be a while for CBDCs. I could be wrong. But as I mentioned in the panel, it's not profitable for banks to lose their deposits to some Leviathan master central account, managed by the Central Bank. So that's one thing.

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"janine" Discussed on Crypto Voices

Crypto Voices

03:27 min | 6 months ago

"janine" Discussed on Crypto Voices

"Unclear if that's correlated, but obviously that is always a problem that the more and more of the average person's life that you're putting online. Is an incentive for attackers to come and use that. And that's part of why I mean, there's a number of reasons why I use cash part of it is actually tying back to my original attempt to use a debit card where I know that I have cash in my bag and I know that when I give it to a person and they give me a product, the transaction is done and that's it. That's all I don't need to think about it. It's the money's there and that's done. Every time I use a card, I have to wonder, okay, does this card work in this particular country? Would it even work at this particular place that I'm using? Because sometimes my card is very picky about where it likes to work and not work. Even government buildings have sometimes just not like I'm trying to register and I need to pay a small fee and it won't work for whatever reason. So it's constantly I'm worrying about whether it's going to work, whether I'm going to get stuck somewhere without money that works because all I have is plastic and not money. Another part of it is privacy. And then the other aspect of it is that I just, I just simply don't, I don't need to have a digital record of everywhere that I send my money. I don't want someone to be able to find that and be able to figure out information about me like where I've been, the places that I like to go. There's a number of different reasons besides privacy, but that is a big part of it. And I can't, it's extremely difficult. There are ways that you can protect your privacy even while using debit and credit cards. But it's always going to be worse in comparison to cash. Yeah, and more work too. So I actually love this topic that we started on because of the grocery stores. You guys are probably both familiar with Mike basil, but he's a privacy advocate in the U.S. and one of the hacks that he promotes to that he does himself and that he promotes to his listener base as if you go to a grocery store, try using the local area code plus the number 7 6 5 three O 9 or whatever from that song. And so I've gone and if that number doesn't exist as the rewards number, you can create one account for that store as kind of a contribution to the privacy community. So that you can still get the 5 cent discount on bananas, but you don't have to sign up for the card. Yeah. Which is cool. But kind of to your broader point, Janine, whether or not I've been by bananas or oranges is maybe not that interesting, but if you're a healthcare company, I would love to know what my subscribers are buying and who's buying alcohol and fatty foods and processed foods and who's buying vegetables and whatever, right? To make assumptions about subscribers and how much fees I should charge them and what they're health expectancies are. And there was actually just recently some information that came out on the Canadian chain Tim Hortons, which is coffee and donuts, right? And their app was monitoring user movement. So when it left when the user would leave home or arrive at certain locations, it was triggering events. And so that's another food provider, right? That is monitoring information and they're using it for marketing, but who knows who inside of Tim Hortons has that information? Or who's reselling that information? Who's buying it?

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Michael Madsen Is Lost and Depressed

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:29 min | 10 months ago

Michael Madsen Is Lost and Depressed

"Speaking of actors having trouble, let's talk about Michael Matson real quickly. Maxson was arrested for, I don't know, trespassing on a property in Malibu. He's got a place out there. It actually burned down when the fire has happened, but I know Michael pretty well. I know his ex-wife really well. Janine, nice person, sweet person, and she has two of his sons, not the son that killed himself. I mean, this guy went through a lot. He lost his son to suicide several months back. Kids shot himself in the head, and he was a soldier. But Michael Manson has been going through shit and I knew this a long time ago because I had heard that even though he's with the new girl and he's trying to have a new life, his ex-wife told me that Michael comes to me just pissed drunk when I say piss drunk I'm talking pissing his pants from. I don't take any delight in saying that. And he went to his ex-wife begging for help. This is probably a year or two ago. It's not much she could do, except let him sleep on the couch. It hurts me that Michael Manson is this fucked up.

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Is Sen. Shaheen Threatening Violence Following Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Is Sen. Shaheen Threatening Violence Following Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization?

"Here's cut 8. This was senator jeanine Amazon, is a gene or gene. I guess it's gene, Janine. Jean shaheen. Warning, what will happen if the Supreme Court dares overturn their precious roe V wade? This infringement on women's rights on our privacy on the attempt to have state control of our personal health really is what we would see in an authoritarian state. It's not what we would expect in New Hampshire. I think if you want to see a revolution, go ahead, outlaw roe V wade and see what the response is of the public, particularly young people. It sounds like a threat to me if there's violence in the streets as she responsible. I mean, your cow's out of that bar and we've already seen violence in the

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"janine" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Has impacted. So jeanine at gene shepherd dot com. And finally, you're the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. And guess what? You've been hanging out with JS in JL, D today, so keep up the heat and head over to eo fire dot com. If you just type Janine, that's JAN, I and E in our search bar. Her show's page is gonna pop up with everything that we've been talking about today. These are the best show notes in the business, so everything that we talked about will be there waiting for you and of course, head directly over to wherever you'd like to buy books and check out defiant. A broken body is not a broken person. Jeanine, thank you for sharing your journey with fire nation today for that. We salute you and we'll catch you on the flip side. Thank you. It's been a pleasure. Fire nation, I hope you enjoyed our chat with jeanine the machine shepherd..

"janine" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"You got it. Just love all these little things. So bring this all together for us. Talk to us about your book defiance. You know, how you are not your body, but that defiant human spirit. And I just can't wait to hear what you have to say. Well, you know, I would say I would sum that up by saying we are spiritual beings having a human experience not the other way around. And you know, when you recognize that this is something that you've got inside of you, this is I say, we've got this pilot light. It never goes out. And unlike anything that we can lose in life, we can lose a job. We can lose finances. We can lose a partner. We can lose a house. This defiant human spirit is steadfast. You never lose it. So jeanine, so jeanine, like me, fire nation is full of fear. You know, we're full of doubts. We have the impostor syndrome. I mean, we're human beings. This is what it is to be a human being. I mean, it's just innate within all of us. And that's why I love these kind of phrases that you have like where spiritual beings having a human experience, not the other way around. What would you say to me? What would you say to our listeners who have these fears who have these doubts who have these impostor syndrome type feelings of, you know, who am I to do X or Y or Z? I'm not gene. I haven't been through what she's been through or fill in the blank for whoever they might be thinking about. What would you say to us? Who are you not to? You know? I always say to people, if I could give people one piece of advice, it would be love the hills. Are you willing to turn towards the things that you fear and can you love them? Because the magic happens on the other side of the hill. But you have to be willing to give it a go. If you never have a go, you'll never ever know. Oh, man. See? She just keeps coming up with these fire nation. So do you see how she did that though? She completed the loop. She closed the loop. We started with loving the hills. We're finishing with loving the hills. Now, jeanine, I'm not all the way through your book..

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"janine" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"So if you're listening to this fire nation, if you really want to make the impact, you're claiming you want to make, it's not just the external. It's the internal you need to fix first. So to build a better world, build a better you, engineer. Those are your words. So can you expand on that a little bit? Yeah. Well, I think firstly I want to say that for a lot of us, we take life too seriously. You know, and it's such a short time, like enjoy it. You take it too seriously, you know, you cloud the experience. But one of the things I found from people that I mentor or coach or just come across, you share their stories with me is that we often we look outside of ourselves. We measure our sense of self worth and our level of success on what other people are doing. We're so worried about the externals that we're not living authentically. And we each have what I call a sacred contract, things that we need to work on personally. And when we really concentrate on that, I mean, that's how we add value to ourselves and ultimately that's how we add value to the world. So jeanine, you were just talking about that comparison fallacy. And I'd be curious in your feedback from this because this is something that I've really been applying to my life and really been trying to harp to fire nation. My listeners here of the show probably not enough though. So I'm really glad you brought it up because I do feel like there's such a comparison problem here. You know, we all are scrolling Instagram every single day. And we're seeing other people's perfect lies. But guess what? They're not perfect lives. They're a perfect moment within that day that that person, you know, is conjuring up for that moment and then believe me they're going back to the screaming kids and the pooping dog and fill in the blank..

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"janine" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"It was just such a tough time in my life. And so, you know, as the fact that my Gmail is kind of laggy right now, is that comparing to that or a reason because I'm scared to go and speak publicly from stage. Like, you know, how is the perception of what's holding me back to the real reality that some of you have experienced in your lives that you need experience in her life that I've experienced in my life and can you really examine that deep? And maybe challenge yourself and say, you know what? Let's keep things in perspective. And I promise you as a human being you will not be able to do it all the time ever. And I'm sure jeanine you probably find yourself like, every now and then you're like, man, I gotta keep things in perspective here. I loved it with perspective. As a pilot, of course, we haven't spoken about that yet, but it's all about perspective. And, you know, I always say that your life can be breathtakingly wondrous and painfully cruel at the same time and it's not about having it all it's about loving it all. And it's those really challenging times that bring incredible gifts gives of compassion and love and connection. And that's what it's all about. Well, as I was sharing with you before you hit the record button, you know, you were very kind and generous. You sent me your book and I'm looking at it right now. I'm holding it right now, and I'm just looking at the cover, which is a great picture of yourself and you're smiling and there's just so much life in energy and vibrancy in your eyes. And then below that, it's.

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Passenger Boat in Bangladesh Sinks After Collision, 22 Dead

Bullseye

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Passenger Boat in Bangladesh Sinks After Collision, 22 Dead

"After their passenger boat sank Friday with more than 100 people on board. The driver of a cargo vessel that is suspected of colliding with the passenger boat has been arrested. An emergency service official says. Despite earlier reports of dozens missing, they found no. One after searching the area for 24 hours, the boat had no passenger list, which is common in the area. The accidents are common in Bangladesh because of unskilled workers and poor enforcement of safety rules. I'm Janine Herbst, and you're listening to

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Josephine Baker to Be Honored With a Panthéon Burial

The Splendid Table

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Josephine Baker to Be Honored With a Panthéon Burial

"Singer and dancer Josephine Baker will be the first black woman to be given one of the country's highest honors a burial at the Pantheon mausoleum in Paris. Plans are underway to reenter her remains. She was a World War two hero in France and after her death in 1975 Baker was buried in Monaco, dressed in a French military uniform with the medals she received as a member of the French resistance, she is the fifth woman to be honored with a pantheon burial. I'm Janine

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"janine" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

Storytelling with Puck

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

"Who'd he choose a spinal problem. You know who to choose the supply. Because there's no way you would want to go to company-wide because they completely disagree with your values go against everything you stand for and so you're not going to hire ex employee because ex employees doesn't believe in the things that you believe as if you have in place some authors decisions are so much easier and when you send into your clients and you have the right offer then again you can come up with the content that says this is we are. This is the author that we have. This is why it matters to you and as you said this is why now it only takes mic. Drop or not. Mike joke limit. Maybe the people to find out how to get a better understanding of their offer and how to get better understanding of how to get people to think why now and that all comes from finding you. So where can people find you. Yes connect with me. Only ten do. Janine coons and go visit my website. Jane coons kurt uk. I have a great program coming up. Kelly of corsica various. It's it's gonna be compact Run it so. I'm running for beta is gonna be maximum by people is going to be three month. Reprogram entitled you'll sibling over up with Then so so. Don't be nine..

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"janine" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

Storytelling with Puck

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

"That's exactly that's exactly the way i personally think. A good business is wrong that you have to ground level you have the base you have to structure the foundations which we often work on and then maybe we should collaborate. We post you onto janine. Who didn't help shoots come with the really good offers a because you've got the foundations but now the office could be in place and yes if you feel like this particular offer is really really right for this particular part of your target audience in this particular sector. Then of course niche. It makes sense it your focus area. It's nowhere make you stand out so we should. We should send people to those books. They talk it slightly different areas of the world. But but but i knew enough enough posture about blocks. This is now all about you and about weeks That's that's where. I think we need to go from here. We'll get down two weeks Start by focusing. It'll your story that you talked about the beginning now as i said this is this is a nightmare scenario for so many people everyone everyone gets scared of go into a new hairdresser because what if they get a wrong. What if what if what if what happens a situation but before we got to the point of them chopping off or your hair and giving you a mohican. I'm going to show a video account. Lie about that. She hasn't he can before they got to the point shopping for your hair and favouring it. You mentioned the reason that you wanted to cut. Your hair look shorter than just trim and that will site at you could. I'm donated to children with cancer. Who needed have four weeks. That roy donated it to the little princess dressed with the children. I don't know whether they to make rich signs that's for you never know. Maybe maybe there's an.

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"janine" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

"And i think that applies to us and of course Again with you and the this idea of the farming and that sort of with the mailers and how farming works and again all the all the specifics that you give everybody. I think it's a really great You know a really great to guidebook for people. I think if you don't buy this book and you're in real estate then You know you might not be one of those people who is going to last the duration. I strongly recommend i read it. I've read it more than once already. And i think it's something that again. Everyone who's listening should give give it the same shot also. I'm glad it assured converted is about one hundred thirty seven pages and You know it's it's not a long read. It's not one of those bibles where you sit there. And you can't find the time. It was written by a mom with a mom schedule at mine. So you got enough time between you know maybe a show will maybe a nap to to kind of get a good chunk of it and It's really divided so you can go find that section. That is the most important to you at that point so it might be that you are more interested in what should go on the mailer. Maybe you are. And i break it down into the entire frameworks of what should be on it. Like everything From the design to the words were talking about how do you. How do you get to get it to the printer. I included let's I included entire resource section beyond the bug that people can go and access was a ton of free resources that again. That link is specific to book purchasers so once you know you have a copy of the book You will get access to that but geographic farming. She cheetahs in their fifty pleasant real estate niches in there. That's all free information on top of the book that people can get access to janine again. This was very informative..

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"janine" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

"I actually getting to do a book review with a a a real author. Who's written this amazing book. That is Being Released this week. And i want to introduce all of you to her because this will be the not the last time you ever hear this name. If you haven't heard it before. But i wanna introduce you all to janine sasso and i wanted to tell you a little bit about her and the book she wrote and we're going to get right into this because we're both very passionate about this part of the marketing so thanks for joining the janie april. I'm so excited to be here. Wonderful so tell everybody who's listening about the book and of course Anything you want to do as far as your intro. Because of course that's what's going to be you know that's what people are gonna remember so Tell us all a little bit about The book and what it's about and who it's four and everything else on some so I know you said you know a book review. Let's just say this podcast is hopefully going to help. Somebody find a way to add another six figures to their bottom line because book report book review. You know might have school. Come out so we're not we're not we're we don't have to follow any rule so call it what you want but let's yeah. Let's get right to helping people who need to need to hear this stuff from you. Because again i. I know i i loved being. Oh yeah i. I'll give it five stars if i could already come thursday you can i will. Yes this book is really more of a project than anything else. And the project being like i shared with you before we started recording. I wanna start helping people get those listings was direct mail. And i've been doing that for a couple years at this point consistently was direct mail and while i doing it. I started noticing. A lot of frameworks. a lot. of. Like do's and don'ts that weren't really taught anywhere way i was looking and i thought you know everything that is being shared with. Brokerages is a lot about building the brand of brokerage nod building the brand of the agent. And that kinda like was not sitting well with how i wanted my my own business to grow so what i set out to do is put down those frameworks that i follow and i combined it essentially in this book so this book is literally a blueprint to a six-figure real estate business so from the very beginning all the way to the end it is step by step by step everything somebody would want to do with direct mail in order to get listings. It's very up-to-date it's very also Written in a way where. The frameworks apply regardless of time. I've looked at a lot of marketing books for direct mail. And they seem to be a little bit more outdated Just because they were written in a certain time period something changed for example. The internet came along or sale to happen and all of a sudden. That book wasn't relevant anymore. So i really wanted to make sure. It has so many frameworks in them. That just apply regardless of the time. You're reading it if you read it out if you read it in ten years if you read it in twenty years this book will still guide you through the basic principles of how you get people to take action so you have already hit on one of my favorite topics about one. I'm looking at books. And i've got all my favorite books that i'm looking at. That are right in front of me..

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"janine" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"An extra not so. Thank you for that. I'm very very happy with that. So mr barroso. You're the man. I put eight man levy to sir. I'm listening to this book on tape from this college. Basketball coaches legend. He's talking about the the short guy on his team and he said he's a charitable five foot nine. Wow boost rich and race employment but it's Member of the time time contest. If only my screener hold on. Janine hello janine contested. Remember the time rich. How do we played member time. Oh this is going to be such a hard fast. Tricky one for you guys. We went into the kitchen and made this from scratch. Just like they do at cheddar's and we put together a montage moody. Cd movies you've got to the year right that it all happened janine to win players ready this one moves quick. Let's remember time.

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Why Your Stress Is Killing You With Dr. Jannine Krause

The Coachable Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Why Your Stress Is Killing You With Dr. Jannine Krause

"All right dr janine. Thank you so. Much for joining negotiable podcast. I'm really glad to have you here for this conversation. My pleasure tori. We're gonna have some fun. Yeah you are the first naturopathic doctor to come on the show. So you are pumping the coach gus. Jerry with that. And i'm really excited because i think this is a much needed conversation to be had not just here but anyway that i can get the message out about alternative healing modalities to help us. Heal from the inside out. I'm all about it Because that's the mission that i'm on and i know that the people listening to this show are interested in as well because after living through the last two years that we've all been through in you know as well as i do. That stress levels are are preyed ti. I would. I would love to know from your perspective. What as a doctor. What have you as the implications of what we've just all experienced with with ovid and everything else especially when it comes to our stress man a couple of interesting things you know a lot of people come in. They're like i'm fine. Everything's fine kind of like that. T shirt everything's great. Yeah like okay. Yeah your face is not telling me that and we get a lot of like. I've had so much more downtime. And then it's like yeah. I've been home with some downtime. But i've been working with the kids and doing home schooling or i've been trying to figure out how to do my work at home and i don't have an office. Su there's all these weird stressors that kind of came into play and then they were like and this is probably the biggest implication for most women. The kitchen is right. There and things in that refrigerator are talking to me and my pantry and things that have been in there for months. That tastes like cardboard. Want me to eat them. So most of most of the biggest complaint. I'm getting from voces is coveted. Ten fifteen twenty dare. I say forty people

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"janine" Discussed on The Best Advice Show

The Best Advice Show

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on The Best Advice Show

"Then take a listen to our friends at the nocturnists. A medical store calling podcast that collects deeply personal, missives from healthcare workers across North America. They've just launched the second installment of stories from a pandemic, which delves into the inner lives of the medical professional fighting covid-19. While we're all eager to move on from the pandemic. This series lays the groundwork for processing. What depend emack has revealed about our Healthcare System and ourselves check out the number of guests at the nocturnists.com or wherever you listen to the best advice show. It's best advice show. I'm Zac, I'm back with some more relationship advice today. So many of us wage working from home now. So our partners and the way we navigate our shared space. Now, our shared time it's really challenging and it can be tough and relationships. Our jobs are in our home and, you know, it's not easy to like finish all of that have called that Wayne into the night and then feel sexy and then want to get it on. While your computer is right, they're still looking at you because on the East Coast we have smaller spaces between that. I deliberated about our new lives working from home, working with kids at home sometimes and one thing she and her husband have started. Do I find very inspired and practical and helpful touching in with each other on on how we're feeling like are you getting what you need? Am I giving you what need those are conversations. We didn't really have. And so I feel like our communication has gotten so much better because we just have to sit here and look at each other and talk to each other. I mean, what you just said, those two questions are you getting what you need? And am I getting what? I need are so foundational to our health. But like I'm saying that like I can't I don't think I've said that in a while or maybe in a long time, I am I getting what I need? Are you getting what you need? Yeah, it's funny because we started talking about it with each other and then, it made me realize. Wait, I need to ask Reese. I need to ask my son like I need to check in with him like Mom, Mommy and Daddy. Okay, like a, is it okay, like how we're dealing with this? I know it's a new crazy situation, but is there anything we could be doing better? And he was caught off guard. And he was like, yeah, you can walk with me more and we said, okay, all right, we'll play with you more because it was, you know, you gotta stay on school and and you have this Zoom cohort and and and all this other stuff happening and he was like I want to play more and not really like my husband, the other night they got out this smath game and he's just sat down he was like, oh reason, I are going to place math and we'll just find the time in the day to play with them more because that's what he needed. And yeah, so it's it's trickle trickle down through the whole family. And if I may ask what was it that you like? What is it that you need on an ongoing basis that you didn't realize you need it until you started asking that wage. Sharon. Oh, I told that I need more flowers anymore, flowers in the past. I love fresh flowers on that girl, whatever. And I just want to be, you know, the whole of language thing, but physical touch. I want to and quality time, like, those are two things that are really important to me. So it's I get it and he's like quality time, we're in the house together quality time. Quality time, if you're just circling around all day, I want you to sit on the couch and say, you know what do you want to watch and cuddle me and you know I get that the NBA finals are on. I get all of that. But I need time where you are just you know of them didn't to me and yeah and I expressed that and it was so freeing to just say it and not have that. Why doesn't he understand what I I'm thinking I'm thinking I'm thinking off and it's true that you you didn't start to really externalize and articulate those questions until you started working in the same house together. I had not really expressed myself in that way to Doug. That's my husband before the pandemic you know the little things would come up like I'm not happy or or you know something's off or whatever it is and we would address it Spot Treatment type stuff but to really sit down and say and have kind of like a knock-down drag-out. This is what I need. And this is what I want. What about you hadn't happen, before this pandemic. And I think we're better for it and it's going to, you know, it's nice to keep going because I feel better. I think he feels better. Yeah. And when do you have that conversation? It's not scheduled, but we have this kind of at the end of the day off, I know you know what it's like and we've seen like those Instagram memes or Tic Tacs, where parents close the last door on the kids room at night and they just party and get the one, but those are our birth. Times to debrief and we've been doing that a lot more as opposed to, you know, just turning on the TV and trying to not think about anything. We're we're resetting we're resetting for the kids for the next day where we setting for each other and and what we want. And yeah, it's not every night. Like we're not having these deep conversations every night, but I will say wage like, you know, once every two weeks, we're sitting down and we're talking about how we're feeling and, and what we need, and we're checking in my name is Janine rubinshtein off and a black woman. And I am also host of people everyday podcast as people Magazine's, first daily podcast where we break down the biggest headlines that are out there. And also bring you a.

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"janine" Discussed on Badass Agile

Badass Agile

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Badass Agile

"Some people believe that the ability to see somebody's is to see somebody's body language to see their posture or just to see them when they're speaking helps create greater tighter connections. Put remind you as little. As five years ago most business was conducted by what conference call boardroom to boardroom audio only and there was a time even in the early two thousands where the thought of quote unquote videoconferencing was an impossible dream. The bandwidth wasn't there. I remember when the first video phone came out. It died a horrible death and it wasn't really until the smartphone revolution some years. Maybe a decade later the bandwidth was there and it became a real possibility. So for some reason we're starting to grow up with this belief that we must have the camera on now. This isn't to justify people who say they have a phobia of cameras or they don't like being on cameras that they feel. It's an invasion of privacy. Those things may be real concerns. I don't want you looking at my sloppy house. i don't want to see my messy hair. I get it at the same time. I wouldn't want those to be the reasons why we don't engage on camera. But that's not the issue here. When i'm talking about is that a great facilitator doesn't look at the fact that they cannot see the faces of the people there addressing and say this makes it impossible for me to make my connection. I just finished doing a conference where i can neither see nor hear hundreds of participants who were on a call. There wasn't even a chat where people could tell me. Great point love this. Gimme more thumbs up thumbs down. None of it no communication. I was speaking to a blank screen into complete blackness on the either. Did i move people. You better believe i did. How do i know. I did because people reach out afterward loved you. Talk can't believe what i just heard. You just changed everything for me. This is a game changer. I hear that all the time. But i don't need to see your face in order to have the confidence that i'm hitting it.

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"janine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Janine is with us Agent in. How are you Glad you called John? Thank you. Thanks for taking my call. It's a pleasure to speak with you. The pleasure is all mine. Well, so I called actually, because my friend told me this bizarre story, So we live in the suburbs of Chicago, and she was flying back from Detroit to Chicago last week, and she's on a major airline, which I will not name. And there's this young African American man who was literally vaping during Before. The entire right and the flight attendants were well aware of it knew exactly what was going on in completely ignored him now. You know, Media or Lori Lightfoot just had the biggest issue. You know, Public health issue in Chicago is racism. Well, the problem is, is that when you don't hold people to the same standards, people start going, Uh, wait a minute. Why is this guy you know? Not Being held in a standard and I truly think that so he was like he was Vaping like the whole time. He wasn't like sneaking a quick hit here and there. Oh, no. And I have pictures. And you can, actually, by the way, I'm kind of laughing and I got, you know, make a little confession here. I've been on a playing, uh And you know, I love my jewel. I've been known to. Maybe just, you know, very discreetly, you know, Put my hand on my face. Uh, but you kind of can do it in a way where you don't blow out any smoke at all, and it has no older whatsoever. Um, I might have done that once or twice. Linda. Would you say that? That's pretty accurate. I'd say it's a lot more than that. Remember, we had the the long flight, everybody the whole TV team all radio team. We're on which was we're on Emirates Air. Where the hell are we going? Singapore. That time we were going to Vietnam. Okay. I was like 20 hours in the air. I'm not going 20 hours with without a head on my jewel. I'm not doing it. I'm sorry. Um, but you can, like, do that in the bathroom and you know, but it doesn't smell. It's not like a cigarette. Nothing like that. Um, But if the guys that brazen about it and that dopey about it, I mean, if somebody said to me, you know, don't do that. Well, first of all, I'm not. I'm not stupid enough to get caught. I mean, the guy's an idiot for just doing it out in the open. Well, I just I just couldn't believe it like nobody will used to say, Say something. I mean, As of this year, it is a federal offense. I mean, that's a federal offense to take a hit on a jewelry. According to the FAA. Hey, it is. You're not allowed to have any say I never did it my whole life. That's just a joke that was for radio had probably purposes only okay? No. The whole point is that I think you know, maybe somebody could decide. No. Hey, maybe, just, like, put that away or, you know, maybe just have to save the thing or whatever they ignored it. No, that's inconsiderate. I agree with you, but I do feel like overall. That there is this idea that a certain groups based on you know very superficial things like whether it's your skin color better. They're not being that There's not an objective standard that there is this very woke idea of of making lives, um, really objectively applied and that doesn't work. They didn't work. And I think we have to really look at all the things they're doing like you're talking to, Um That you're the last senator. And he was talking about voter idea and all this If you try to say like certain group of people can't get a voter idea, you try to see a certain amount of a certain group of people. You know they shouldn't be prosecuted for looting because they have an excuse because they make up excuses for people. And that is not holding everyone to the same law. And I'm sorry, but it's dehumanizing. It humanizes that group. It's like saying if they don't have that you can't make that moral choice. I'm sorry. Let me tell you something, they they're not the only reason Democrats want this is because they think they can cheat. That's it. There's no reasonable explanation. All right, I gotta I gotta roll. Let me let me just say I know I've never taken ahead on a jewel on on on. What was it? Emirates Air Never did it once. Right, right, Linda. That's right. I'm I mean. Well, First of all, the guy sounds like an idiot. I mean, you could do it discreetly and not show everybody what you doing. I don't think he's being an idiot. I think he's just one of those people who does not think that the law applies to him. He probably went to the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of the law does not apply to me. Listen, It's not like, um I mean, it's not a danger to anything or anybody. Doesn't matter. If it's a danger or not, it matters. I think, you know, to be considerate of other people around you. You know they don't want smoke in their face, even if it has no odor. They don't want it. He's very lucky. He wasn't sitting in front of me because I would remember we were we were. We had our own little compartment in first class where you can close the door and even still smoke travels. It's not like it's stopped by anything. No. You're talking about small. And when I'm not talking about smoking it out, right? I'm just taking it like, right. But that's what that guy was doing. That's what she was talking about. He was sitting there like he was in his living room. No. Yes, I know what it was, like. Okay. Just gonna vapor little. You know, the sad thing is is And then you're creating a confrontation. You're putting the flight attendants, you know, in a bad position, because now they got to tell you to stop. Then if you tell somebody to stop something, then you know Potential conflict arises..

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"janine" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Accelerate!

"The difference between storytelling run. The mill selling is the run selling these days not these days but pretty much forever sales transmission based on look. Your job is to persuade somebody to buy your product. Thus there's only really one solution possible. And so i'm going to use persuasion a hammer to convince you that you need to buy this so why not. Just skip to the resolution because there's only one resolution that's it whereas instead storytelling and and my belief is my next book will the all about this is. We're really trying to influence the choices and trade offs that the customers make and persuasions not the tool to use for that so storytelling becomes a good way to approach it. I love everything you just. I know i was. I was hoping you were gonna say influence. When you're like storytelling helps. You influence the conversation. It's not pushing guideline and align right. And i think this is where janin's go manip- at this concept of this big idea that ultimately does help you differentiate yourself from the competition but it does it at a very strategic level. Yeah so and i'm going to tag him on that lee. Because we've got these four signposts right andy and it's in the book we spell it out really simply and to me. It's like giving people a common language. It's letting them learn how to speak a new language right. It's called story. And if we all talk the same language especially as we work in collaborate with teams it makes it a heck of a lot easier to put together narratives and iterating collaborate with others. So we take those four signpost but we kind of layer on because when you introduce conflict which is the third time post and by the way the first three can go in any order from it can be verbal. They can be visual when you introduce conflict in any narrative it creates tension in the room right the virtual room the physical room or the phone your audience all of a sudden your customers like okay. Hold the phone. You've just disrupted what i know to be true. You've just killed my status quo right. We say conflict is the status quo killer. But that's actually a healthy thing. It's a good thing it's a it's an essential ingredient in storytelling but with conflict comes discomfort and so to get your audience from discomfort to okay. I'm with you. I'm going to breathe again. We need what we call a mental

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Everyday Business Storytelling with Janine Kurnoff & Lee Lazarus

Accelerate!

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Everyday Business Storytelling with Janine Kurnoff & Lee Lazarus

"The difference between storytelling run. The mill selling is the run selling these days not these days but pretty much forever sales transmission based on look. Your job is to persuade somebody to buy your product. Thus there's only really one solution possible. And so i'm going to use persuasion a hammer to convince you that you need to buy this so why not. Just skip to the resolution because there's only one resolution that's it whereas instead storytelling and and my belief is my next book will the all about this is. We're really trying to influence the choices and trade offs that the customers make and persuasions not the tool to use for that so storytelling becomes a good way to approach it. I love everything you just. I know i was. I was hoping you were gonna say influence. When you're like storytelling helps. You influence the conversation. It's not pushing guideline and align right. And i think this is where janin's go manip- at this concept of this big idea that ultimately does help you differentiate yourself from the competition but it does it at a very strategic level. Yeah so and i'm going to tag him on that lee. Because we've got these four signposts right andy and it's in the book we spell it out really simply and to me. It's like giving people a common language. It's letting them learn how to speak a new language right. It's called story. And if we all talk the same language especially as we work in collaborate with teams it makes it a heck of a lot easier to put together narratives and iterating collaborate with others. So we take those four signpost but we kind of layer on because when you introduce conflict which is the third time post and by the way the first three can go in any order from it can be verbal. They can be visual when you introduce conflict in any narrative it creates tension in the room right the virtual room the physical room or the phone your audience all of a sudden your customers like okay. Hold the phone. You've just disrupted what i know to be true. You've just killed my status quo right. We say conflict is the status quo killer. But that's actually a healthy thing. It's a good thing it's a it's an essential ingredient in storytelling but with conflict comes discomfort and so to get your audience from discomfort to okay. I'm with you. I'm going to breathe again. We need what we call a mental

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"janine" Discussed on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

"As far as yoga concern. You still provide those things or would there be an adjustment to your business model. So i'm in the process of adjusting right now by and this is like strata from a capitalistic leg bottom line stanford trying to figure out what makes the most sense and how i can help people the most so currently my live virtual classes are down but my on demand services are still like live and working in the process of creating my own youtube channel which exist. I just need to like put put more videos up on it but what my hope is is to create my own app within the next twelve to eighteen months and have people be able to interact with me. There have my own classes. Belie there have people guess teachers come in there. Because it's just like so daunting in its allot physically and mentally. Teach six days a week. quite frankly like financially doesn't make sense so we're figuring out how to make it more financially Beneficial and still help people as i can because another thing i was running into because everything outside is opening backup as many people wanted to do the virtual classes. So it's figuring out that happy medium of like okay. I'm gonna offer this service online. Virtually kinda like hell on or some of the last two live some of them will be prerecorded and you can experience all in this space. So that's that's where we're going and more workshops in more webinars are coming down the pipeline. A working on my own teacher training program. So yeah this is a lot of that type of stuff Just expanding is what. I'm doing proudly in the rest of twain okay. We'll we'll look forward to all of that Especially the app the sound code and so let my people know where they can find you. Where cam the q. Live true get miss. So i am chris janine everywhere guys. I am on twitter facebook. I'm on instagram. i'm on pinterest. I am on. My website is fit. That cost so literally anywhere. You're looking for me typing christening you will find me because that's right exists in the states And yeah and even if you're interested in my trauma triumph program. You can find information. Also at christie's team bit so coming out in the around guys a fun time to try. I like i like that. Yeah i mean it's it's interesting because a lot of people don't understand how much your trauma plays into your triumph Plays into who you become if you allow it to right. If you allow your trauma to really push you forward and use that that heartache. To become your fuel to be better look ron james. Look into way way. You know what i mean like. You can use the trauma of your past become a great person. You absolutely can't and not just for yourself before you community for your family as well..

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Corporate Media vs. Bolivian Democracy

Latino Rebels Radio

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Corporate Media vs. Bolivian Democracy

"The on the show. We put the spotlight on bolivia as we examined the hypocrisy of western media towards the return of bolivia democracy following the two thousand and nineteen coup against evil morales in two thousand nineteen a right wing coup with support of both the us government and the organization of american states overthrew the government of evil morales following presidential elections that showed no proof of fraud or irregularities the resulting coup government led to several people getting killed following a wave of protests and arrest. This of course is a summarize consensus by the global south and certainly from the bolivian. People of what took place in two thousand nineteen western media on the other hand paints the picture of yet another authoritarian leader disliked by the us being quote unquote asked to step down from their post now following the two thousand twenty presidential election. Victory of evo morales maas party and the recent arrests of cool leader. Janine on years the corporate media is still following the same playbook of presenting bolivia as a country in turmoil with the type of objectivity that conveniently ends in a conclusion that favors the powerful

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"janine" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"janine" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

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Geo- Farming with Janine Igliane

Hey Moms in Business

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Geo- Farming with Janine Igliane

"Farming Loved the were farming. Because that's really what we're doing. We're planting seeds with this neighborhood in this neighborhood could really be any defined area that you choose. And we're planting. Seeds were cultivating were investing in this area. And we do that in a series of ways right. We do it through our intentional marketing. We do it through community events serving and giving back Things like that and just cultivating in overtime. It eventually grows and you become the neighborhood expert. The one that you know people think of when they think of selling i just took a listing last night when i was meeting with them. Of course you ask you know. How did you hear about me or what would you call me. And they said while we know that your number one in power ranch. No one sells more than you. We get your marketing pieces and we just knew that when we were ready to sell. You're the ones that we were gonna go with so that would full statement. Yeah it's such a good feeling to be like okay. i i've done. Goodbye added listing appointment. Go on its smokey recognized for that. Yeah well it's the result a don't let anyone volume out there. It's the result of a lot of hard work yet work. This is that something you do two or three hours a week of essen idea of maybe i don't know if you work on life of quarterly basis or whatever example that you can give a typical week or month. That would help people to understand. Just how intensely you do this mo new. I think tha that point just in general most people with farming. They think while. I mailed to this neighborhood for six months and i haven't got anything so it must not be working right or i. You know two months or two weeks or whatever and that is the biggest downfall to farming people. Why they don't succeed why they give up is because they don't stay consistent with that. I can tell you. I can look at my business from when i started until now in conceived little pops and from my i like pop was after eleven months of doing it consistently. I was like well like this works. They noticed me off on it started to pay

22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

Fresh Air Weekend

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

"Of 22 royal mummies across Cairo to a massive new museum in the city took place today. The ceremony snakes along the Nile from the Egyptian museum that overlooks Tahrir Square. The newly opened National Museum of Egyptian Civilization transporting 18 Kings and four Queens, mostly from the new Kingdom. Authorities shut down roads along the Nile to transport the mommies in climate controlled case is loaded onto trucks decorated with wings and Arrow inspired decides for the hour long journey from their previous home in the older museum. I'm Janine Herbst, and you're listening to NPR

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Making Things Easier For (and on) Yourself

A Slob Comes Clean

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Making Things Easier For (and on) Yourself

"Hi janine how're you doing good. Thanks going. I'm so glad that you're here. I'm doing really well. And you are aware and oakland new zealand. In auckland i have been there. I love new zealand. I it's it's one of my dream places to take my family back to because you know i have teenage boys and it's just such an outdoorsy country i mean what is it adventure tourism. Is that what you call it. Adventure tourism being to lana before rapid. Wow this can be collected interest. Yes we did black water rafting which was under ground in a case. Yes what what was the name why guests. That's exactly what it was. Yes that's where i wish. I had a t shirt. I love from there and then it finally fell to pieces. Oh so okay. So let's talk about you. Tell me what your unique life situation. As i. I'm married and my late fifties notre an elderly mother nixed. Stogies actually comes into the problem. Okay past the whole situation. Got two dogs and have kept and to pass ride And tudo quite elderly and his lot of experience. Oh yes i'm really busy. I'm an artist in fulltime full dis. Week it an shop. And i will say hit the of jobs on one of the days. Don't week plus my painting in looking keeping on ninety four year old man a busy

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Bolivia's Former Interim President Jeanine Áñez Arrested for Sedition

BBC Newshour

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Bolivia's Former Interim President Jeanine Áñez Arrested for Sedition

"Our ultra Bolivia now where there seems to be a settling of political scores. The country's former interim president, Janine and yes, has been arrested on sedition charges. They're linked to her alleged involvement in a reported coo of 2019 against the former president Evo Morales. His ally, Louise outside is now in power, and Mr Morales is demanding punishment. The alleged coup plotters, Janina Anya says she's the victim of political persecution will have to try to find out more about what's happening and go to the capital. A pause. Enjoying Monica Makiko Monica. Just tell us first about the arrests, not just of Janine. Yes, but others as well. Yes. Lisa, In fact that there are two former minister off Giannini, Anya's government that has also being detained. There are other arrest orders that are taking place right now. We don't know how many there will be arrested because this is not just one case. There are many cases and basically they're being arrest because because because they said that they have conspired against the Constitution. The charges are terrorism and sedition. This is said to have taken place in 2000 and 19. Why are the arrests happening now? We basically don't know what the government have decided to do this. This is the this is in fact, something that happened in 2019 and then beat remind you, Lise. That doing the time that Giannini Anya's came into power, she has bean she had the back up off the constitutional Tribunal, as well as from the U U and as well as the Away s so she had basically all the support in order to, uh, to assume as president of Bolivia legally, So this is this is something very strange that it's happening in the country, and we basically don't know why one off the keys could be the fact that that the movement to a socialism have lost all the major cities. And some of the major states in the country on the elections that we have last Sunday. This election's once where to elect governors and also mayors and Mrs municipalities. And basically the government. The movement to a socialism have lost all the major cities in the country. So probably this is one of the reasons why this is happening. In fact, the second turn the second round off this elections That has to be done that has to take place on April 21st. It's right now in danger, because because of this, and also is there any coincidence that ever, Morales has just arrived in Bolivia from when a Zara's where he'd been Living in exile. Well, yes, probably. That's part of the reasons we just don't know yet. Nothing is very clear because the accusation doesn't have really, uh, legal

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Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio titan, dies of lung cancer at age 70

The View

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio titan, dies of lung cancer at age 70

"One of the most dominant figures in talk radio in an architect of the conservative media movement. Rush limbaugh passed away aged seventy from lung complications lung cancer complications. There's been an outpouring of tributes along with a lot of criticism of his decades of controversial comments. So the question is how will you remember my start with joy. Well i did work. I worked at a radio station in. Nineteen ninety-one ish around that time. Wabc radio and he. I came on at ten. I believe and then he was on at eleven o'clock so i was engaged with him quite a bit in those days over the years. He's called me more bihar. Which i thought was interesting. I guess he was saying that. I was like b arthur in the in the show. Maude who was a raging liberal. I presume that's what he meant. And i consider that a badge of honor to be compared to maud. But it's interesting. I worked with him. I worked i've interviewed ann. Coulter many times Janine pirro has been on the view trump has been on the view. I went to his wedding for marla You know these people have gone through some kind of metamorphosis of of weirdness over the years and i was getting used to come on the show. She was actually fun. Ann coulter is basically. I consider her a comedian. I don't even consider her a pundit and we all know what trump was like before you know he was a democrat. So what's what happened to them. And i answer is money. Money is what happened to them. They have thrown at so much money at them at fox for example and various places that they could not resist the money so they go on the air and they spew their hatred their prejudices their lies as rush limbaugh for the almighty dollar and they fool americans into believing that they are authentic authentic. I know these people. They're not real right. So sonny what do you think his legacy will be. Well i been listening to to everyone. Eulogizing rush limbaugh. And i remember listening to him as a kid growing up and for me. He just normalized Hatred he normalized racism. And you know. I think he really weaponized. White male grievance and you know he sort of hard in these rural white listeners people sitting in their trucks and in the middle of america and in the south and listening to rush limbaugh and this is someone who called our president barack. The magic negro. This is someone who talked about an nfl football game as a gang match between the bloods and crips. This is someone who made fun of michael. J. fox's a parkinson's disease this is someone who likened a thirteen year old chelsea clinton to a dog. You know this wasn't someone who Was a nice person. This is someone that spewed racism and hatred yet. He is now considered. I guess the most influence the an influential person and building the modern republican party and conservatism. A to me. That's not something to be proud of. I mean how is that. A reflection of conservative values i thought conservatism was about small government and family values and if family values is making fun of black people and a child and a disease. I don't know where the the republican party is. I think his legacy is that he paved the way again for the modern republican party and trump is

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Mitch McConnell slams Trump for a 'disgraceful dereliction of duty'

It's Been A Minute

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Mitch McConnell slams Trump for a 'disgraceful dereliction of duty'

"News on Janine Herbst. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blasted former President Donald Trump for his role in the insurrection at the U. S Capitol last month. It is NPR's perverse front reports, McConnell did not vote to convict the former president because of constitutional concerns. McConnell called Trump's actions a quote, disgraceful dereliction of duty. Shortly after the Senate voted 57 to 43 to acquit the former president, there's no question Go on. President Trump is practically And morally responsible. For provoking the event. Ever die. But McConnell said the process of impeachment and conviction is a limited tool and that he believes Trump is not quote constitutionally eligible for conviction. Seven Republicans broke ranks with their party and voting for a

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Some Black-Owned Businesses Are Turning To New Banks For Paycheck Protection Loans

All Things Considered

04:02 min | 1 year ago

Some Black-Owned Businesses Are Turning To New Banks For Paycheck Protection Loans

"To help keep workers on payrolls. Businesses owned by black and Latino people were often at the back of the line. Those firms often had to wait longer for money, even though many were desperate for financial help. With a new round of business loans in the pipeline. Authorities are now trying to address that disparity as NPR's Scott Horsley reports like a lot of business sellers. Jennifer Kelly's income took a hit last year when the pandemic struck. She's a clinical psychologist near Atlanta, and some of her clients didn't make the adjustment to online or telephone counseling. Kelly, who has two employees applied to her regular bank for a loan under the federal government's Paycheck protection program. But she says the process was frustrating. It's kind of like trying to get the vaccine. They put my name on the list. And there they finally said, Oh, we all have anymore, And we're sorry that first round of P P p loans was exhausted In less than two weeks. Lots of businesses complained that banks were prioritizing their biggest customers. Bones were especially hard to come by in neighborhoods with a lot of black and brown residents When I needed them. They were not available to man, including. I'm not the big business, but I'm a small business and committed like with the fabric of America. When Congress okayed a second round of P P p loans last year, Kelly applied again. This time through a bank 250 miles away in Savannah, Georgia that specializes in working with black own firms. They were very patient through that entire process, and I didn't get approved for the loan, and I do hope that, especially in the small black banks will survive because We need to have those institutions that second bank Kelly worked with. Carver State Bank was founded 94 years ago with the goal of building financial freedom for its African American customers. 80% of its loans go to black owned businesses. Robert James, who sits on the bank's board, says he received P P p applications from around the country most looking for less than $50,000. Most of our applications are very small businesses individually owned gas station in the neighborhood or restaurants are people deserve a lot of credit for the hard work that they're putting in just to make sure that we get help to the customers that need it. The most According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Even before the pandemic, black owned businesses were more than twice as likely beyond shaky financial footing as white owned firms. CEO Janine Jake Oak of the Community Development Bankers Association, says that means the extra time it took for loans to reach those businesses could be costly. They had a lot less cushion to start with, which made them much more vulnerable when the economy went south. Authorities have tried to address the disparity in P P p lending in a number of ways. First they've made more money available. They also gave banks that specialize in minority and low income communities, a head start when the latest round of paycheck protection loans was launched last month. Finally, while the loans were designed to be forgiven, some black borrowers are suspicious, a legacy of the long history of discriminatory lending. So education is also important. Carver States, James says he tried to reassure African American borrowers they can use P p p loans to keep their businesses and communities afloat. I've heard a lot of stories of customers who were eligible for these funds, but didn't trust that there wouldn't be some sort of a catch. Craig Gordon runs a company that provides in home nursing care in Georgia about 30% of his business is on hold right now because many of his customers are wary of letting anyone even a skilled nurse into their home during the pandemic. With Carver States help Gordon's just been approved for a second p p. P loan. This will buy us probably three of four months, and I'm hoping that all of those vulnerable folks that we served by again will be well vaccinated. In the meantime, cordon says the forgivable loan will help him keep dozens of people on the payroll. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington

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'Sisters With Transistors': Pioneers Of Electronic Music

All Things Considered

05:27 min | 1 year ago

'Sisters With Transistors': Pioneers Of Electronic Music

"Musical instruments that produce sound by using electronic circuitry bore the names of male inventors, and they were popularized by male artists. It is Allyson McCabe reports. Women were and still are at the forefront with a new documentary. They're finally getting their due in the 19 twenties, the Russian physicist Leon Thurman, debuted and electronic instrument that could be played without any physical contact. Musician stood in front of a box and wave their hands over antennas summoning otherworldly sounds seemingly from thin air. Experiment might have been a passing novelty, if not for the late Clara Rock quarry Ah, virtuoso who, well concert hall audiences and helped refine the instruments design music. It was not suspected, as she recalled in the 1992 interview with public radio station W Q. X are there was no way of breaking the sound. You couldn't make the cut that you couldn't make separation. All I had to do is inspire him that I needed. Frogmore is just one in a long line of women who change the shape and sound of modern music, says filmmaker Lisa Robin er. When most people think of electronic music in most cases, they'll picture men pushing the buttons knobs in the boundaries. So one of the things that really drew me to the story was that this was a story of women being enabled by new technology robbers. New documentary sisters with transistors celebrates their achievements spotlighting pioneers such as Daphne or, UM, who was hired as a studio engineer by the BBC in the 19 forties, while men were off fighting in the war after hours or, um, began recording and manipulating sounds on magnetic tape. Man. Her experiments led to the co founding of the BBC's Radio Franek Workshop, which also provided a platform for Delia Derbyshire. She crafted sounds for hundreds of BBC programs, including the iconic theme music for the TV side by Syria's doctor who which debuted in 1963. Five years later, Wendy Carlos took the first commercially available keyboard base of the Sizer to the general public. She introduced the instrument she helped Robert Mode design on her album switched on Bach, which sold more than a million copies. At the same time, female composers continued working on their own music. Juilliard trained Laurie Spiegel says Elektronik Instruments helped them bypass creative and professional obstacles and give voice to their compositions themselves. It was like looking the way a painter or a writer works. You were working on the actual work itself. You were being a piece of music out of sound that you could then play for somebody else. Instead of just having a piece of paper that you then needed someone else to go and perform. As a researcher at Bell Labs in the 19 seventies, Spiegel made music using experimental computer systems and complex algorithms to generate entirely new sounds. 1977 Spiegel's work was included on the Voyager golden record launched into space to represent all of humankind. That, she says the achievements of women have often gone on recognized early computer programmers very often where women because it was considered clerical. Then when they began to be called computer science, then it was suddenly totally men, and it was for gotten their women involved in your early days of computers. History of women has been a story of silence. Of breaking through the silence. We shall not be rubbed any longer. It's beautiful noise. Sisters with transistors is narrated by Laurie Anderson in 1977. Anderson debuted the tape Bow Violin, which allowed her to create her own performance art. In the 19 eighties, Anderson modified her Elektronik Trump set turning her body into an instrument. We gotta Lynn Drum machine and it was broken. And so I took it apart. And I thought, Well, what if you sold it into a suit? You know on your views to the various drum pads, specially For today's pioneers. Electronic music isn't just music. It's also a tool to break down barriers, says composer Yvette Janine Jackson. My creative journey with electronic music.

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Fox News Media cancels highly rated 'Lou Dobbs Tonight'

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Fox News Media cancels highly rated 'Lou Dobbs Tonight'

"Finally starting to see the consequences of lying for donald trump fox. Business has cancelled. Lou dobbs tonight. The show hosted by one of trump's most loyal media supporters in the weeks after trump lost the election. Lou dobbs repeatedly pedaled baseless and ridiculous theories of electoral fraud. Fox canceled the show. Just one day. After fox and lou dobbs became defendants at a defamation lawsuit seeking two point seven billion dollars in damages the lawsuit by the election technology companies. Smart matic also names as defendants to other trump favorite fox anchors. Maria barreda romo and janine pirro as well as trump lawyers rudy giuliani and sydney powell. Who lou dobbs had on as guests to lie about the election. The lawsuit argues that giuliani powell quote created a story about smart and fox news. Join giuliani and powell. In championing the disinformation campaign against smart matic. The lawsuit argues quote. The story of course did more than just make defendants money and smart maddox survival. The story undermine people's belief in democracy the story turned neighbor against neighbor. The story led a mob to attack the us

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Trump officially leaves office

All Things Considered

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Trump officially leaves office

"And then Donald Trump took one last ride in Air Force one to Florida, where at noon he became former president Trump NPR. White House correspondent I You sure Roscoe's here now? Hey, Aisha. Hello. Walk us through what Trump is doing this week to get ready for this moment, his final moment in office. We didn't see how much we've talked for weeks now about how he didn't accept the fact that he lost the election to Joe Biden on today. He did not attend Inauguration day to be a part of a symbolic peaceful transfer of power on and obviously the transfer wasn't peaceful because of the insurrection by hundreds of his supporters two weeks ago at the Capitol. And the House impeached him, charging that he incited that insurrection. Trump did spend some of his final hours on pardons and commutations about 70 of each. He commuted the sentences of a bunch of people who had who had drug offenses, more normal people. Someone were serving life sentences, but he also pardoned his former aide, Steve Bannon. Rapper Little Wayne, and you know a raft of other people with political connections and his last 35 minutes before he landed in Florida. He did one last part and from the plane, and that was of the former husband of Fox News personality Judge Janine Pierre. Who is a very strong supporter of hiss. Ok, now he has spoken a couple of times We heard the end of his speech there from Andrews earlier and then he did that recorded video farewell address yesterday. What stood out to you? I You sure from what he had to say. He did finally start to acknowledge more that he was actually leaving that a new administration was coming in. He did go so far today is to wish them well to wish them success on to say that he did think that they be successful. But, you know, we have to point that out that he did this in the context of You know, not showing up for inauguration, and he also never said Joe Biden's name, which seems to be a sign of at least some disrespect. But he never mentioned Joe Biden's named publicly saying that he would be president. But we do know that he left a note for now. President Biden and President Biden said that it was very

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Trump campaign requests recount in Georgia

All Things Considered

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Trump campaign requests recount in Georgia

"Janine hurts with these headlines. The Trump campaign has asked for a recount in Georgia, where last week a hand tally of ballots confirmed that Joe Biden won the state by more than 12,000 votes. Federico can be requested at state expense because Biden won by a margin of less than 1%. This will be a machine recount using scanners, unlike the hand recount last week.

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