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2021 tax filing season fast facts

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:50 min | 2 months ago

2021 tax filing season fast facts

"There are some big changes to be aware of starting with those stimulus checks. First of all, they're not taxable income. However, about 12 million Americans didn't receive the benefits that they were eligible for, remember. These are the checks that went out last year for up to $1200.600 dollars, and about 12 million Americans didn't receive them. So if you made up to $75,000 as an individual or $150,000 as a married couple, you can file for the rebate recovering credit on the taxes for 2020. That will allow you to receive the benefits you were eligible for. If you didn't get that check in the mail, unemployment benefits Those are taxable. So you do have to file those on your income taxes. But another thing to consider is that in this last year there was a significant amount of fraud. We're told on unemployment benefits, which means if you get a 10 99 g form in the mail It doesn't look right to you. It's for benefits that you didn't receive. You want to immediately contact your state government and let them know that you believe someone else has filed benefits in your name. These air, not benefits that you will be taxed for if they were filed fraudulently, But you do have to let your state government no. And then make sure as you're filing your taxes that the state government sends you the form the true and accurate form that belongs to you finally worked from home. Ah, lot of people did this in the last year. The people who are eligible to keep it as a deduction on their tax forms are those who are self employed. If you're an employee Even if you spent money to work from home, But you're an employee of a company. Unfortunately, you can't claim those benefits if you're self employed, and you exclusively uses space as a workspace from home. You could make sure to take those deductions. Rebecca Jarvis ABC NEWS New York E one whose time said 20 checking your

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The Mindful Photographer, with Kenna Klosterman

This Week in Photo

06:22 min | 2 months ago

The Mindful Photographer, with Kenna Klosterman

"Able to welcome back to this week in photo. I'm your host frederick than johnson. Today take see because i have kinnock lost min on the hookers. He's a photographer. And you may know her from creative live where she's a host and kind of runs the show over there in terms of what happens on screen so we're going to talk to kim. We're going to dive into who. She is as a photographer. And more importantly i think she is. What i kind of affectionately call people multimedia for. She does a lot of stuff you know and it all kinda has one thread of photography that runs through everything. So welcome to the show how you doing. I'm doing great frederick is an honor to be on your show. Love having you on the podcast host for great live. We are photographers. And i love this concept of multimedia for you that is you the master of mini media. That's so let's talk. let's talk about. let's start there. Let's dive in really wanna talk about just sort of your a lot of the things that you do because you you do my research on you you're are you are obviously be creative live you host a podcast for creative live called. We are photographers. You run workshops when we could do that you know. We read workshops around the world. You are a photographer. Obviously and on and on and on lots of stuff like i said has a common thread of photography reading through it. Let's start with we are. We are photographers. And we'll start there so tell me about the podcast and what was the inception of the podcast and come from. Yeah awesome so for those. That aren't familiar with creative live. We are a educational sites where we stream education and inspiration to Photographers makers all over the world creatives and creative entrepreneurs and so we have a multitude of types of people that watch creative live But i've always had my heart for photography. Because that's what i do and so We wanted to bring additional content and insights to our community global community out there so we started the podcast called. We are photographers. Because i kind of wanted to be inclusive on the we Not just like. Here's a photographer. And this is a photographer But we're all photographers whether that's professional amateur for the love of is And so I believe that there is something to learn from everyone's story and so this podcast is not about gear. is not about reviews of things. Those are all great but it really is about the human story of what can access all as creatives and you know. Everybody has a different story. But there's always themes and threads and we all have our ups and downs and so it's making us all feel alone in the creative struggle. I would say i love that. I love etem. Photo is very much in that in that jetstream. Because it's you know we talk about gear every now and then but in geek out like anyone else. But it's the show is more about these kinds of conversations connecting one on one with other people who just happen to share the love of photography with you and it could be business. It could be your technique or whatever you know. There's so much in this world to talk about in the photography world talk about. Everyone's experience is completely different. I want to kim. I want to dive into creative. Live a little bit I met chase jarvis way back in the day and i've had the opportunity to speak with him in person a couple of times and always always have that rockstar. Kind of you know trying to say something stupid frederick. It's always that and he started. This company called creative live when he started it or when when it got started it was and i don't know if it's still that you can correct me but the whole metaphor was watched for free. But if you wanna watch the replays then there's a small fee that you have to pay in order to get access to the replays. Is it still that model. Because it's been affectionately been kinda dubbed the creative live model in the industry is is still yes it absolutely is and yeah we we started. I've been there from the very beginning essentially as started out as a volunteer back now coming up on eleven years ago which is crazy and So yeah so so so. We are constantly bringing new classes to the platform. We have i think about two thousand classes on the platform now for over ten years time and so yes. There's always something playing for free across the across five different channels photo and video. Art design crafted maker music and then also our money in life channel which has a lot of entrepreneurial courses and everything from yoga to to personal finance and so a lot more than just photography Whether that's for your business hobby or life in general and so people can tune into something. There's always against playing five days a week for free Rotating schedule you can go and see what's playing. Our one of our core. Values is access giving people access to classes that instructors they wouldn't be able to necessarily go and see in person and then yes. It's kind of a for those ones Kind of try before you buy if you have a specific course that you want to be able to have lifetime access to That you want to be able to pause stop remind you can purchase that course and we also have what we call the crater pass and that's our subscription so just like a net flicks these days. You know everybody wants a subscription and so we've created that model where you can Pay one fee and then you have access to nearly all the classes and the catalog a while you have that subscription so again access to two thousand classes in some genres so so We still we still. We've evolved With a subscription but still. There's always something to watch for free and then you can also pay to own courses.

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35 years after Challenger tragedy, nation remembers Christa McAuliffe

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

35 years after Challenger tragedy, nation remembers Christa McAuliffe

"The day since her tragic death, But Christa McAuliffe facility Chur. What started as a soaring moment of hope ended in tragedy. 73 seconds after the Challenger took off on January, 28th 1986, killing seven astronauts, including Christa McAuliffe, who would have been the first teacher in space. Born in Boston, a teacher and Concord, New Hampshire. Her legacy lives on at the Christa McAuliffe center at her alma mater, Framingham State. Irene Puro heads the McCall of center, but fundamentally, they think of message off. You know, you can do this. If I can fly to space. You can put your mind to what you really care about that you're passionate about and you can do it. Seven astronauts died that day. Your name's Dick Scobee, Michael Smith, Ellison Onizuka, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, and she began her screen career with

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Fake US leg band gets pigeon a reprieve in Australia

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Fake US leg band gets pigeon a reprieve in Australia

"A reprieve for a pigeon found in Australia who was traced to the United States the pigeon named Joe after president elect Joe Biden was found in top shape and Kevin Sally birds backyard in Melbourne Australia it was tagged and it showed up that it's American racing pigeon union instead of being praised for the long journey officials in Australia like acting prime minister Michael McCormack talked about spreading disease and killing the pigeon like Jarvis come in in a why that has not made a a strict bio security measures then bad luck Jack all the fly home or face the consequences Joe is getting a break the American racing pigeon union says his leg tag was a fake and he is likely an Australian pigeon not a bio security risk good luck jug I'm a Donahue

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Steelers vs. Browns - Game Recap

Get Up!

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Steelers vs. Browns - Game Recap

"The cleveland browns. Two thousand two. The last time this franchise was in the playoffs but they beat the steelers yesterday's and they get in and dan. They started out running the football with nick. Chubb that power. Run game with nick chubb. You see that offensive line. Kind of changing. Denting the line of scrimmage and then chubs depth pig playmaking physical and not between the tackles but also got big enough speed and baker. Getting don is looking for tight. End up ten nine on first and goal in the third quarter this afternoon. Yeah the fact that they went back to this he missed it in the same play gets his is. Backside finds often prefer touchdown. No ben in this game mason rudolph way had some good moments. And then he had this one really good blitz packet by the browns defensive drop myles garrett into and then that safety to sit there like all right. Don't leave the ball mason. Rudolph shoots turner for this defense. Need mental switched sides on the field because it went to the fourth quarter and then it went to jarvis landry and the browns were up twenty four to nine not love this play. Call you kind of get. Landry sideline to sideline and you handed off for the touchdown. And then finally you get the ball out of pittsburgh's defense something that chase claypool done. So well look at his ability. Go up kind of contest for that. Catch over jumped. The fence and back touchdown pitchford. That made it twenty four sixteen and then under two minutes to go in the game and this is juju smith schuster and all of a sudden. It's twenty four twenty two dan. How about the two point conversion you gotta make sure at some point. This guy's got the opportunity to go high point of all scrambled around. Give them a chance to go get his hands on that. Football fewer still had chances stephen. Carlson somehow manages to come up with this on side kick. he's eighty nine cleveland. There for a moment there was kind of between the wickets. If you know what i mean. But he manages to hang onto it. And then dan baker mayfield runs with the first down the isis. The player not love the play call by defense came look at the emotion from baker mayfield. You don't kind of representing that city. Just look how much it means to him to finally get that done in cleveland. Good for him good for them. The browns are in the playoffs. The afc wild card round will kick off saturday.

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Mayfield, Browns move closer to playoffs, top Giants 20-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Mayfield, Browns move closer to playoffs, top Giants 20-6

"The Cleveland Browns move closer to their first playoff berth in eighteen years by dimming the New York Giants playoff hopes were twenty to six when it met life stadium Baker Mayfield completed twenty seven of thirty two passes for two hundred ninety seven yards and two touchdowns to lead the Browns to their tenth victory for the first time since two thousand seven Mayfield two TD passes were both for two yards in the second quarter to Austin Hooper and Jarvis Landry in order to make it into place protection continues to be great in these guys continue to make place for so it's that's why the conferences you know so hi the giants played without injured starting quarterback Daniel Jones former brown colt McCoy could only generate two field goals for New York Tom merry miss rather for new Jersey

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Hopes dimming for another round of stimulus checks in 2020

Start Here

06:50 min | 4 months ago

Hopes dimming for another round of stimulus checks in 2020

"Regardless of a vaccine for so many americans. This is emergency time. We're so close. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and yet people are going to the hospital now. Businesses are getting closed now and without financial relief a lot. More people will lose their jobs some getting ready to spend their first winter in homeless shelters but this week you're also seeing some hope in washington that a deal can get done for the first time in months it seems. Lawmakers are close to passing another round of support. Compromise is within reach behind the scenes. There was clearly some bipartisan cooperation. Happening for example many democrats wanted direct stimulus checks sent to americans will it now appears some republicans and perhaps even the white house itself may be on board with that idea. Some workers have gotten sick. Have sued their employers for not protecting them better from the virus. Republicans wanted to shield corporations from that type of lawsuit. Mitch mcconnell is no longer saying that really has to be included. But they're so lots of hangups lots of reasons. This could be sunk so this morning. I don't want to talk about the partisan back and forth. I wanna ask a simple question what happens. Congress does not pass a code relief. Bill what are the consequences days weeks and months from now. Abc's chief business and economics correspondent. Rebecca jarvis is here rebecca. Can you smell it the stakes for me at the capital this week will brad incredibly important. It is make or break. It's life or death. I'm just day by day trying to figure it out day. Bonday that in the pocket of for example a single mother like angel recently spoke to in detroit who works in a hospital makes minimum wage. Therein has three school age. Children were that school. As of last friday is no longer available to her in person. The choice of work and kids shouldn't be a choice. I want to be the best mom i can be. This could be the difference between her being able to afford to pay for childcare to have someone come to her home or to even drop her children off at daycare or her potentially having to quit her job because she has no other alternative to care for her children and at the same time work so it's been challenging trying to keep going to work and prevent being far low or fire to keep you know inconsequential our lives and our lifestyles. But at the same time some nights. I go to sleep. And i'm like why am i going to work. What are the domino's that would actually fall. Just nothing happened like. Can you walk me through how that would play out from. The halls of washington to small business will two things especially are hammering. Small businesses and many small businesses in this country happened to be independent restaurants. They have not given us money and they have shut us down. We cannot survive. My staff cannot survive in one case particularly in california. You have a number of restaurants who've been told to close their doors because of the spike in cova cases now that we are going to close the outside. It's of our employees go home. And how are they going to pay their bills in new york while restaurants can remain open and they can serve primarily outdoors. They have a tipping point because things have just gotten so cold that as goldman sachs estimates about forty degrees. Is the tipping point where people are no longer going to be interested in dining outside while we're there in new york. The summer has just been a disaster to scott freezing cold after thanksgiving and the world has just completely fallen apart. Earlier this year in september the national restaurant association pulled all of its members and said how many of you can make it. The next six months without any additional aid from the government forty percent of the national restaurant association members. These are small independent restaurants across the country. Said they weren't gonna make it six months without help. That was three months ago. We're already in the territory where they weren't sure they were going to be able to survive. We see all these posters that were all in this together but it doesn't seem like we are when a particular industry as being targeted stricter than others for many of them. they're using their home as collateral their mortgage as collateral. What does it mean if they go out of business it means they could lose their home. It also means that their retirement savings for for many small businesses. The retirement account is the business itself. You've seen from j. p. morgan for example. They're now estimating the first quarter of next year. We'll see negative economic growth Moody's they're saying at this point that without help from the government we will see a double dip recession. And that's really what we're talking about here brad. What's you're not just envisioning like stays really bad. You're envisioning a scenario where it could even get a lot worse really suddenly affecting everyone with a potential deal rebecca here. I'm sure the average person would just take what they can get. But when you talk to economists business leaders are there things that need to be in this deal to avoid that disaster scenario. You just talked about well brad. According to a group of more than one. Hundred and twenty-five economists including jason furman who's a former top economic advisor to president obama. Those direct cash payments to american families are incredibly important. I need the help. My kid's name to eight other people's kids. The the the thing about stimulus checks is that they're one of the fastest ways to get people money that money gets spent immediately and it gets spent immediately in ways that can help give the economy a little bit of juice at a time where people have been pulling back but once you start looking at what various analysts in what economists are calling for. They're saying at this point sooner rather than bigger is better in fact If you look at what. Bank of america's chief economist is calling for right now. She wants to see money for testing for the vaccine and contact tracing pandemic employment insurance. That's the employment insurance for gig workers and people who have lost coverage because they've already extended out all of the benefits because they've been collecting benefits for too long and then direct aid to small businesses. Moody's mark zandi adds to that list. Rental assistance among the programs ending soon is the cdc eviction moratorium. If it expires it will lead up to five million tenants facing eviction in january the beginning of winter. I've never been in this situation ever before my life. I've never had to come out to beg for help. And even calling any of this stimulus is sort of a misnomer. It's really about relief. So that people can just get to the other side.

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Browns survive late scare, hold on to beat Jaguars 27-25

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Browns survive late scare, hold on to beat Jaguars 27-25

"Thicker Mayfield gone three straight games without a touchdown pass before connecting with Jarvis Landry in Austin Hooper for scores and the Browns twenty seven twenty five victory over the Jaguars may feel completed nineteen of twenty nine passes for two hundred fifty eight yards in his first good weather game in a month helping Cleveland improved to eight and three for the first time since the old Browns did in nineteen ninety four the Jaguars had a chance to tie it following James Robinson's four yard run with two fourteen left but Mike Glennon's sailed a pass out of the end zone on the conversion try I'm Dave Ferrie

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Making The Case For A (Semi) Formal Specification Of CPython

The Python Podcast.__init__

05:03 min | 5 months ago

Making The Case For A (Semi) Formal Specification Of CPython

"Been using python since two thousand and five ish. My started using it when i was doing a master's degree on c. python stack machine and one of those things. We just need to do little. Toss jerry tables of data and all sorts of things and you just find. Co jarvis just a pain as php is just even worse than i just came across. Python is just perfect using visits. And so can you start by describing the current state of how the python language and the cpi runtime are defined if you the pipe people actively you have to just assume that c python is the definition of language and just drawing be bug battle there is a sort of specification on like four uses object model. How tax works excetera which is very useful. If you're learning the language will probably not great for initially learning the language or once. You've learnt it sort of to look stuff up was supposed to do in terms of a detail. Specification for continued. Cpi development and development of other potential virtual machines like fifi this sort of lacking and so you mentioned the how c python is a reference implementation. And everything has to define itself in terms of whatever c python happens to be doing and what that is can change from version to version. And so i'm curious if you can do what. The motivation is for actually trying to advocate for a more formalized specification of the language and whether the specification is then tied to see python itself or if it is a body apart from that and all of python should be trying to adhere to that. I think initially it would just be sc python. But there's no reason why. We can't differentiate watts so to see python specific. And what's more generally just python. The motivation really is this sort of evolution of the language and the run time. If we talk about changing things it's you know just looking at patches of sea code of sort of informal discussions about what we're gonna do whether you know how the language will change if you had a new feature. It's very hard to see. Sort of odd corner cases or to work out this a long term ramifications of things so i use pep three eighty as an example so pep three eighty the talk list syntax. Delegating generates but you probably noticed yield from. It's just the yield from keyword. Now that's a nice little feature. It's pretty well defined in the pep. It's got a big long chunk of code sort of equivalence sort of behavior but nonetheless that produce quite a few sort of odd sort of corner case bugs and in fact has taken quite a long time to knock out all this sort of obscure little bugs to do with handling throw whereas other corner cases most of which should always no one would notice but they sort of just crop up occasionally and those bugs. I don't know if we would have got rid of them. If we'd had more respect but i think it's likely that we would more likely seen those upfront. Python itself has been around for on the order of twenty five years at this point. I'm curious why you see now is being a good time to pursue the effort of formalizing the language in the run time so i think especially now is a good time because icon to twenty years ago or ten years ago. It's the old saying what's the best time to plant a tree. It was twenty years ago. But if you can't do that too now. I think it's a long term useful thing and would be nice if it had five ten years ago but didn't so best now and so because the language does have all of this history accrued at this point and there is this entire ecosystem that has grown up around it in terms of libraries and packages and implementation of the run time i'm curious how that overall scope and wait. Impacts the overall effort required to actually specification to fruition if it would be a complete pretty formal specification that make it a huge job. But i still think a specification of like the core language itself. Even we're a bit fuzzy about sort of some of the interactions with cpi api or things of that level of a and the other thing is it's doesn't have to. I mean it can grow if the specs of almost there for a new language feature or interaction with important library then specifying changes to those things might be useful to add those things specification as part of that is just the nature of open source. Stuff is it's you know if there's something there that's almost there. People motivated sort of push a little bit further to get what they want so somebody has to do enough for the work. To get things going you brought up the topic of this specification during the language

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Health officials 'surprised' by plan to continue in-person learning in school district SW of Seattle

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Health officials 'surprised' by plan to continue in-person learning in school district SW of Seattle

"Comeau. News officials with to come appears County health say they were caught off guard yesterday by an announcement from the Peninsula School district Commas. Carleen Johnson has the story Peninsula school district Superintendent Art Jarvis told parents at the gig. Harbor District would soon be taking part in a pilot program for Rapid Cove in 19 student testing. That's where they take a sample from your nose or throat and results are there in minutes And Jarvis said in partnership with the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department and some other small district, it would let them get Maura students back into classrooms faster. But the health department responded to say they were surprised to hear the announcement as the partnership is not finalized. Yet. The district responded to that by saying, We're surprised that there surprised as Jarvis and the Health Department talked in length over the weekend. Meantime, in Spokane Since 2000 of the youngest students returned a month ago, they had only one Koven positive case directly linked to school transmission. Students have adjusted really well, so they plan to start bringing back more students next month so long his case counts remain low. Carleen

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Brandon Marshall on Browns chemistry now that Odell Beckham Jr is out for season due to ACL tear

First Things First

03:49 min | 5 months ago

Brandon Marshall on Browns chemistry now that Odell Beckham Jr is out for season due to ACL tear

"Shifting toward top story this morning news that we did all fear Odell Beckham junior lost for the season with a torn, left ACL. Keep in mind this is the third significant injury in Dell's career. This one has him out the remainder of the season head coach, Kevin Stephens, address the injury, and where the five and to Cleveland browns go from here. And Adele the energy brings the practice energy. He brings the Games you can't you can't No one else can bring that type of juice but. It's it's our job to find the guys that that can go compete that we can go put them in sponsor they can succeed. And I think. We'll be able to do that. That's not easy. Don't WANNA have to And I'm very disappointed for Odell. But that's the nature of this beast at injuries are part of this game and doesn't mean that many of us have to like it, but we do have to deal with it. Brandon. Brandon. How do expectations change now for the browns with Oh bj gone for the rest of the year Yeah I mean. They really don't change much. They should actually be better. Now this is unfortunate. Odell is a great player. It's it's going to be hard to replace his talent. You're going to miss them in moments you're gonNA, miss his playmaking ability. You're GonNa Miss, those times one to one going to miss those times where he breaks three four tackles and he can possibly. Get you back in a game or possibly even win one or two ball games but this team will be better because I believe there's no chemistry and no continuity. Well, we actually we all know that there's no chemistry and continuity. When you're dominant number one wide receiver, you put so much pressure on the play caller. You put so much pressure on the quarterback I experienced this throughout my career and I had. To learn how to communicate with quarterback communicate with the play caller because if you get an play callers, did they get out of rhythm and that's not what you want. You want that play caller to feel good about what he's dowling up. You also want that quarterback to be free think freely when he's dropping back going through the offense going through progressions. If he has one on one, he has landry on this. On this side. Well, people are going to say, well, why don't you throw del well, maybe two quarterback wants to go to Landry. So for that reason I think, Baker, will be better. He has a Guy Higgins that he has great chemistry with going back to his rookie year landry is his guy I think Baker will be better. There's going to be a lot of pressure on him to really work his offense now but now we're going to see if he is the real deal. So. If, if Landry's is guy, he's not, he's not having a bad year but he's on his spectacular year and I've heard you say though a wide receivers best friend is the other wide receiver because it takes them defensive pressure off him. But so far he's got zero touchdowns. He's actually thrown for more touchdowns than he's caught. So why do you expect Jarvis to be better and not worse? Well. It's more so about the offense I'm looking at. Them. Having success as an often when you look at Landry's banged up, he has a broken rib. He's been dealing with that but it could be because they've been they had too much emphasis on other guy on Odell trying to figure out how to get him going. So when that trade deadline come up, they're not trading him they actually find a way to make it work. So there's so many different reasons but I want this play caller to feel free and get into a rhythm I. Want this quarterback to drop back and go to his guys this team. How they win is on the ground and play action, but they're going to need to win throwing a ball like they did this past week sometimes in the national football league.

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Proposition 18: Youth Voting

Bay Curious

06:08 min | 6 months ago

Proposition 18: Youth Voting

"Politics reporter Guy Marzorati has been covering profit teen for K. Q. E. D. Hey? Guy. Hey. So walk us through what we're voting on here. So the very basics is that proposition eighteen would allow seventeen year olds to vote in primary and special elections if they turn eighteen by the general election. So to clarify, this would not have helped to, for example, me who was seventeen during the two, thousand, four, general election and was. Pretty disgruntled that I wasn't able to vote right right and I was in the same boat seventeen in the two thousand, eight election. This does not change that if you're seventeen when the general election is happening, you still won't be able to vote. This is really aimed at the voters who turned eighteen in the window between the primary and the general election. It would let them kind of get a headstart and voting and let them. Vote in the primary. Now, some people may think you know it's only the primary it's not a huge deal. You still get to vote in the general. Why does it even matter that you know young people would be voting in primaries? Well, proponents really make two arguments and the first is question of fairness. They say it's only fair that voters in the general election also gets a have a voice in the primary Elliott Talkie. Of San Francisco was a freshman in college. But for the past few years, she's been advocating for this change for exactly that reason I was cheated out on this election cycle and thousands of others were cheated out to not be able to vote in the twenty twenty primary such. An exciting primary I should add was really disappointing and I'm not the only one thing about all the people who are born between March and November and In the second argument is really around habit building. So supporters say that voting is a habit, the more you do it the more you're likely to do it in the future and that if you let seventeen year olds vote in the primary when they're still in high school, they're getting civics education that education could be enriched by actually participating in the electoral process it's building a habit for the future and make these young Californians. Habitual voters. Okay and there are definitely some people who are not excited about the prospect of seventeen year olds voting at all Let's hear a little bit about what they argue. Right. So when this was put on the ballot by the state legislature, mostly all Democrats supported mostly all Republicans opposed it and antitax groups are also against this measure they say seventeen year olds most of them are still in high school and their captive. Audiences in classrooms who could be swayed by teachers especially on school bonds and school taxes they say, basically, they might spend a whole day only once side of a campaign and while there's eighteen states and the district of Columbia that allowed this changes well, the opponents of prop eighteen say California's different because we directly vote on taxes, school bonds, parcel taxes, and they say that these seventeen year olds are not to be trusted in. Those votes here's Susan Shelley with the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. So of seventeen, year, olds are seeing this in high school and then they're voting in a primary on school taxes school bonds they can be influenced to vote for these taxes without seeing the full argument or having the knowledge of the previous tax increases that may have been passed for the same purpose. Another argument that I read was because our primaries have moved so early. Some of these voters will actually be I, mean closer to sixteen than they are to eighteen when they would be voting in these primaries. Yeah and I think that's another argument made on the No side really about brain development that you know we've set this legal age eighteen and we shouldn't go any farther below it. I haven't seen a whole lot of evidence to suggest that seventeen year old or somehow less likely. To make these decisions than eighteen year olds, there are seventeen year olds who pay taxes after all but that's definitely something you're hearing from the no campaign. Now, it's not often that we actually sea propositions that benefit teenage Californians. How did this one? Make It on the ballot in the first place? This was on the ballot by the state legislature, a two thirds vote and it was largely Democrats who backed it There was only one Democrat who voted against it in the legislature only two Republicans who ended up supporting it. Okay. So even though the legislature has already passed this law because it's basically going to be an amendment to the state constitution, they have to get a public approval for it. That's right and you might be thinking wait doesn't the constitution of the United States kind of set the voting age and it? Really Only, addresses the fact that you can't deny the right to vote to citizens who are eighteen. It really doesn't speak to allowing younger citizens to cast ballots, which is why you've seen a number of states moving this direction and allow seventeen year olds to participate in the primary. At least if they turn eighteen by the general election, is there any idea on what kind of impact this will actually have a voter turnout? Well, we have some idea and that's because of a study by the Public Policy Institute of California which took a look at what they called the so-called prop eighteen voters, and there were two hundred, thousand such. Californians in this boat in the last couple elections, these voters are potentially a significant block especially for primary elections where votes can often be very close decided by a few thousand, a few hundred votes even but another key finding the study found was that the participation of these group of voters is really far from being guaranteed experts and civic engagement say that passing this measure alone is not going to be enough to boost. Turnout rates among young voters I talked with Ron Tariq has about this. She's a sociology professor at UC Santa Cruz I think that propositions eighteen if it passes will be very successful at increasing turn out if it is coupled with civics education at the secondary school level, it creates an opportunity for a secondary school educators to really concentrate more time and resources to developing the curriculum that excites people about voting. So even folks who are backing this change say it's not a panacea. A won't solve all the issues around voting rates in participation of young voters. Alright. K Q d politics, reporter Guy, Marzorati thanks for your help. Thank you.

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Literal Jock Sniffer - Season 3, Episode 4 - burst 1

First & 10s

12:22 min | 7 months ago

Literal Jock Sniffer - Season 3, Episode 4 - burst 1

"Question. How did he do? Okay. So here's the thing about Joe Brown. This is why I think you like him so much. Oh, it's a really great quarterback that just plays hockey team. So he's like your deck Prescott your a bitch. I thought you were like the light bulb in my head went off last night when I was watching it. I was like, well, he's a good little quarterback like Dak Prescott. He just plays for no wonder Jasmine likes them so much. By the way, I have you know you Optimus Prime Don the word shity so it cut out on you said shity team. That's all right. I show you going to say that we were going to like look we could be an item now. I'm just disappointed. Oh, I'm sorry. Now he's to you guys wouldn't match very well. He's back to blonde hair doughy eyed, you know, he still has his dreams and happiness. I was just that his way too innocent for you. You know, you just strip him of all of it off. I would fare. I tend to do this with all men though. Let's be real I tend to slowly take away their hopes dreams, you know their desk for Life their happiness any kind of happiness life. It's it's what I do to all the men that are in my life. Okay, so so that's your analysis which fuck off so that's no that's my analysis regards to jobber. Okay, my analysis in regards to the Browns. All right. Here's the thing about the Browns obj less. Always he had headlines Amy. Okay. This team has a boss ass offense page. There is no reason why they shouldn't be scoring touchdowns all the fucking time. I mean think about the players that they have Nick Chubb Fremont who both went off last night Jarvis Landry. I mean you couldn't get you can get that is a fantasy leagues dream right here, right? Yep. There is no reason why this team shouldn't be amazing because you know what their defense is really cool. Good to this team should be really competitive and making the playoffs and they're not understand now Grandma, who knows what's going to happen tell you what happened last night watching this game Baker Mayfield just he changed into a different person. Like when he like a human in a good way in a good way when he came off the field. He didn't go and sit down on the bench. He stood on the sidelines and watched his defense playing and then he I mean he rallied those guys. He was not going down to Joe burrow. I mean, you could totally he's like, there's no fucking way. This guy's going to show me up and there's no way I'm losing to the fucking bangles and you know what he totally carried his team. He really truly did stepped up it was offensive. Now if they can do that every single weekend this team is really like it has all the weapons that it takes to be a fantastic team which made me. Made me Ponder the fact that there's some teams that you just expect to lose and then there's some teams that you expect to win like the team's you expect to when you expect the steel real attacks right now. You expect the Cal you expect to win. You don't expect the Lions or the Bangles or the Browns. I mean the low-hanging fruit, you know, you don't expect those teams to win. So when they have when they have rosters long, the Browns have their own turning into a team that you they should be winning with what they have. So it sounds to me that the Browns are basically like if you're looking at it from a fantasy league point, it's the guy in league who basically cheese his way to get the best team because everybody else is internet either sucked or they were on auto draft or they forgot there was a draft right? That's the guy in the if you're equating it to a fantasy team roster birth. Okay. Number one. I liked it. You know I prematurely said shut up about the Cowboys cuz I thought you were going to say that you expect them to lose and I like that you're saying that you expect them to win because that's what you do you absolutely suck. Oh you that's what we do problem. That's where we are a we are an elite Lord team. Anyway, that's what you're going with I am. Well, I don't know the baker Mayfield is still a shitstain to me so good for him rallying his team. He's still a shitstain. I do love his Progressive commercials their home like the latest one. Yes. They are the latest one where he's like. Oh, it's getting ready to rain. Help me cover the furniture. And two guys like you mean the stance he's really good in those commercials. If you could only be as good a quarter as he is in those commercials. We would be set the dog pound would be set. Well, we are you a dog pound or now. I mean, I you know, I have a soft spot for the Browns just cuz they always lose. And ever since that movie came out draft day with Kevin Costner yet. Oh, I'm out. I'm done with you. done with you Amy. Your brown spot is showing. I know I know you know, I just I'm weird that way I don't understand it. Either it is I don't either try to figure you out every day and I just you know, I do too and since I'm like, oh I get myself today and then sometimes I'm like now he's nope don't understand myself today, but that's okay. That's most of us as well. Amy. So rest assured you're not in Company by yourself. I think it is twenty-twenty it is. Okay. Well that's sad because now Joe burrow Hollow be his name Falls 200 and two. Yeah, it does and but you know what this guy he's he's a good quarterback. He is is there he should be in his helmet I think time to get mr. Guys. Sometimes he tries to carry his offense which isn't great because then he gets pummeled by pencil like he got pummeled last night several times. Well, you sure. Why does LSU brain sure what he's trying to win? And I totally get it. But at the same time he needs careful because you know, oh, he's a starting quarterback in the NFL. Well getting them know and you just see a lot of what he was doing at LSU that worked and I think you know like every rookie has this learning curve right where you come out transition from college to the big leagues and it's like, oh, okay, it's funny cuz I was like really different style of football right? I said to Bruce last night. I'm like, surprised that they just threw this guy in the deep end. I mean they just started. Oh totally, I mean, they didn't granted he dangles. What else do they have? I'm. That's the problem. They don't have anything else but you know like places in my where to get backing up Fitzpatrick that makes sense. It makes sense for him to kind of, you know way into the NFL same thing with Dwayne Haskins, you know, he he was back up for a while until he kind of learned his name. Yeah, now Joe girl, man. They just threw him in the deep and they're like here you go, bro, you go bu. Yeah. Well, you know what gotta he is trying I mean, he's playing his ass off out there. No he is but he is and that's why I'm like super team Joe burrow like we gotta do this man. Like I'm telling you. It's the stogie. We'll do it get this guy that mean that you're a Bengals fan know how fucking no. No, I like. Oh bji in a Browns fan. I like Joe burrow Ina Bengals fan, you know, I will always bleed silver and blue Amy. That's the only color I would leave home. Anyway, let's move on to the Chiefs. Okay, love us and Pat Mahomes you love some Andy Reid do that cheaper mofo back, right? So Andy Reid's big old windshield mask that he had on. When was it last week? I can't remember. Yeah. We're only in week to segregated windshield wipers. Yeah, so people were like what the hell and so like it was fogging up. You couldn't see shit, but this may be a thing. This may be a thing coming to a coach near you because off on the first Sunday of the NFL season when this happened several coaches were seen either one not wearing masks or to not wearing them properly because the mask police were out and the league is not going to stand for that. It's currently vice president of football operations. Troy Vincent issued a memo this week saying protocol requires all individuals with bench area access including coaches and members of the club medical staff to wear face coverings at all times failure to adhere this requirement will result in accountability measures being imposed against offending individuals and or clubs. However, Amy, there is no word on what those accountability measures will be so that to me that phrase is what kind of sticks out to me. What does that mean? do you do find them? Probably I mean you can look dead. Here's the thing. They're coaching on the sidelines of talking into Mike's they have to be able bird they have to be able understood. It's really hard for all of the to happen on your face plus all these guys are around each other all the time. They're all you know, I practiced together around the field. They're hitting each other all in each other's faces, you know, I mean and how many people have tested positive since the start of season one? Yeah. They did a very good 2700 players so very good job with with that right off because like you said, they've been implementing measures. They've been following the rules, you know, they've been testing a lot, you know, we got into this, you know leading into this actual season. Jeez, how many coronavirus updates that we talked about on this podcast about hey, this is what the League's doing. This is what they're making them do kind of thing. So something is clearly working. It's really great to see that that's positive news that you know that they're only seeing that wage. Chat, I think I that they should I really think they should go with a handy read mask to be quite honest can still see the coaches face. The microphone can kind of be up underneath it. So they may be able to understand what the coaches saying and and you're shielded. You know, when somebody comes up to your face, you know, I mean, think that that's fine but having to wear them like when it's just, you know covering your face in your nose again, like it's hard for me to understand people when they're wearing a mask and talking to me. Yes, I mean, so imagine imagine being on the field the quarterback coaches saying the guys in booth coordinators up in the booth are trying to understand what the guys on the field coordinators on the field are trying to say, I mean, it's just it's a it's crazy. So it's a shitshow you gotta be able to walk. You gotta be able to your job. I would take that looking like I've got the windshield of a Camry in front of my face the whole time vs Lee having something on my mouth cuz that's frustrating me. Yeah. Give me the telephone number. Windshield all day long over the you know, suffocating face masks which by the way speaking of Tesla. Did you see that their reports of some them being janky like getting like parts that were like really cheap shity on some of the Tesla's that were falling apart marvelous. I know so yet twenty-twenty doesn't happen. Just wanted to put that in there for you. All right coming up next in offsides, you know fall like we said is upon us. Although you wouldn't know here in Texas. It's still like an anus outside but here's something for your home that will make it fall feel less anus e okay Mom handles some new ones that are coming out and they're actually already out and we'll explain to you with those candles our next. All right, let's get into offsides and we've got some candles to tell you about so Amy, yeah, you know football's back. So if you want to get a little piece so that game day experience at home along with fall. This might work. Okay. I know you love candles. There's a company that's owned by Anheuser-Busch call Babe wine. They just created three football scented candles one smells like an artificial turf field. Okay one smells like a Nachos not bad and one

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FaZe Jarvis Plays Fortnite Again After 1 Year Anniversary Of Getting Banned By Epic

The Center Ring esports podcast

04:49 min | 7 months ago

FaZe Jarvis Plays Fortnite Again After 1 Year Anniversary Of Getting Banned By Epic

"You know Tim a to talk Ford night from time to time. So I'm glad we get him to do it. We are few POD. Though. For those of you that don't remember there was a player on face face Jarvis that streamed himself cheating. To show in his words to show how easy it was to cheat in fortnight and he was making it a youtube video. So intentionally, did it intentionally streamed it stupid I. Thank you. I know there's a lot of advocates for him. Thought it was a dumb thing to do anytime. You Cheat in a game you're gonNA wrist assault yourself from being permanently banned it look they came down with the harsh penalty on him in the sense that they are not going to abandon. He is permanently banned from playing for night at least onstream. Obviously, they're not gonNA be able to stop him upstream from creating multiple counts so. Just, the other day he tweets out I'm back I'M GONNA play for at night tonight basically double Fu to the epic. Developers in said GonNa play Fortnight An. So the high built up around this and got a lot of likes was trending on Youtube that Jarvis back and Yada Yada Yada he streams for thirteen minutes before. His band kicks in those the can't see me I'm doing this in quotes ban the reason this is. In its early speculation on land. That was totally staged that whole thing was a hundred percent in my mind a staged video made for you to it didn't go to a ban screen at just said he been logged out which in my mind makes me believe somebody else just logged into his account in another computer another room to kick him out. It happened like thirteen minutes and it was the perfect youtube reaction video. I mean you might as well have had courage Maven in all these guys in there yelling it was that hyped when he got band. To me just a it was made for cliques. They got the impression out of it. It did what it was supposed to do, but it was bogus data was so fake I one hundred percent I mean first off a new Josh I don't I don't know if it was faked because phase such a genuine organization. Especially, on the content creation side I mean nothing they do is staged or exaggerated or setup not at all not at all phases. Super honest in that regard. From, the beginning. I have here I. Don't know how this is going to sound because I'm playing it through my phone. This is when Jarvis got caught the first time and he did his apology video. So this this audience you know it sounds. Apologies if this doesn't sound good especially from a game, you know love so much like. This I never thought. I'd have to. ICON speak. You know I have who wanNA. Like John to be able to play for my again. That's all I WANNA do is play for I. You know I just wanted to do your white truly loved the most in life, and so there's a quick snippet. There's like seven minutes of it and you get the point he was like bawling his eyes out during his apology video and then like within forty eight hours and make another clips and he's laughing and they're doing their bit where they're like, well, why yes. Phase do, phase up no hate. I. Don't want to I don't hate anyone, but if I had to hate someone. Jarvis would probably be my top ten. His reason forgetting band was incredibly done to begin with in now just the way that this is like. Gone is just a big publicity stunt is how I feel in. So I mean look I don't hate him at all like I. Really Don't hate him. He has an effective is literally I've thought of Jarvis phase drivers twice in my life. This moment now and when he was banned the first time other than that, I've never heard of him. I don't know really know what he does at phase he could be the mail for you needed him to do this to make it worth it to keep them on. You know on on the payroll. To do something big, it was big in accomplished. What they were supposed to do. It was just it's funny. 'cause I know there's a lot of people out there that believe it was it was real like there are a lot of twelve year olds which is. Large. Audience to like you know it's a fun video for them. So they did a good job in that retrospect but. A bullshit stage video at the end of the day right like any. Normal adult will watch that India like. They did this for clerks pretty fast or pretty effect, but the twelve year olds eat it up. So. Famous phase up phase up.

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Sicklerville, New Jersey Homeowner Charged For Hosting ‘For-Profit’ Pool Party With 300 Unmasked Guests

Radio From Hell

01:15 min | 7 months ago

Sicklerville, New Jersey Homeowner Charged For Hosting ‘For-Profit’ Pool Party With 300 Unmasked Guests

"Bill, New Jersey. Homeowner has been charged for hosting a large pool party that officials say was for profit with unmasked guests. Officials responded to the 1500 block of Jarvis Road in Sickler bill. After receiving several calls for the large party arriving officers found several vehicles parked throughout the local neighborhoods and the school security guards. Told officials. It was a family party, but officers estimated there were 252 300 attendees, and none of them were wearing masks. Attendees told officials they were charged between 101 150 bucks for admission to this Party in Sickler Ville. Lionel Mincy. The 56 year old home owner, Mr Mincy. Was issued citations for noise violation, maintain and nuisance and littering after the street in front of his house with covered with trash and broken bottles and investigation is on going But there is an executive order. That says you must wear masks and you can't congregate like that. I'm telling you, a lot of people are going to become ill from this. It was the perfect thing to do, though in a town called Sickler Ville.

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Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:48 min | 9 months ago

Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer

"Today's leading lady was one of the first black actresses to earn celebrity status. She was known as the First Lady of the screen. Let's talk about Evelyn prayer. Evelyn Jarvis was born in eighteen, ninety six in Vicksburg Mississippi after her father died. Evelyn's family moved to Chicago where she performed in Vaudeville shows and practice street, preaching to raise funds to build church. In Nineteen fifteen, when she was nineteen years old Evelyn married her first husband Frank Career. In Nineteen Eighteen Evelyn met author and director Oscar me show who'd become a highly influential African American filmmaker. We show made films for a predominantly black audience and was able to avoid stereotypes that Hollywood Films Inc... Evelyn made her film debut in me. Shows film The homesteaders where she played a woman who's evil, overbearing father causes her husband to abandon her. Michaud Evelyn, his goto leading actress, and in Nineteen Twenty, she started within our gates. She played a teacher who fights to save a school for Black Children. It's the only feature film Evelyn made that survive to this day. As her career blossomed, Evelyn played dramatic characters and was known for her versatility. In between films, Evelyn joined the Lafayette players a black, the actual stock company since theaters were segregated by law in the South and by practice in the north. The Lafayette players brought traditional theater to black audiences throughout the US. Evelyn married her second husband fellow actor Edward Thompson while on tour. In nineteen twenty one, Evelyn performed in the chip woman's fortune. The first drama written by a black playwright to appear on Broadway. The show only ran for two weeks, but W E. B deploys said that dramatically and spiritually it was one of the greatest successes. This country has ever seen. In nineteen twenty six, Evelyn landed a role in the successful Broadway Production Blue Bell. She understudied and played the role of a Harlem Prostitute. She then appeared in the West Coast Revival of Sadie Thompson. We're her performance garnered critical acclaim. In addition to being a talented actor Evelyn was a gifted vocalist. She thrived cabaret and theater, and was occasionally accompanied by a young duke. Ellington and Red Nichols. Up. L.! Y.. Evelyn start in sixteen films. She easily transition from silent films to talkies in the nineteen thirties, musical Georgia rose, which was about a black family migrating north. In nineteen thirty-one Evelyn performed in the film. Ladies of the big house alongside Sylvia Sidney. WHO's one of the most famous entertainers at the time? Her final role was in blonde. Venus which starred Marlene Dietrich and cary grant. Evelyn's performance was credited. Evelyn refused roles that attempted to typecast her, and instead continued acting in challenging roles. Many black actors at the time were not permitted to play. In nineteen, thirty, two Evelyn gave birth to her daughter Adiv Evelyn suffered from postpartum complications, and soon after died of double pneumonia, she was thirty six years old. Though, her career ended prematurely. Evelyn left her mark on Hollywood and on history. She's remembered as pioneering actor and

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States Brace for Changes to $600-a-Week Unemployment Benefits

Atlanta's Morning News

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

States Brace for Changes to $600-a-Week Unemployment Benefits

"Unemployment benefits are about to run out for millions of Americans since the panda Emmick hit cash strapped Americans have fallen behind on more than 100 million loans. If the relief program isn't extended, some grace periods for paying those bills may expire. NBC's Rebecca Jarvis says Republicans have been unable to come to terms on a new stimulus bill. But Republicans are balking at the extra $600 a

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"jarvis" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"jarvis" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"So. Can you tell me some of the pivotal moments along the way? Have you had in other? Obviously, the launch was a huge success. Because you get a hold of media, Love Bond. Were there any big disasters that have happened that? You know that you thought God. Why am I even doing this? Yes. Can you tell you outfit sharing it? You don't have yes, yes, we aim never scared to shea. Will look you know touch food. Thankfully, I've never had any issues technically with the websites. Yeah, so I've never had downtime. But have wanted. And I'm going to sway. What the fuck would I do? Yeah, if my website fell ever. So I do have peace of mind in that. They company that I went with. They strong in that regard technically, and they supported pretty good soy up. But in the last six months since Christmas. Six months into. Mind business, Journey. We had the devastating fines and USTRALIA. Yeah, so we're talking bushfires last. Yes, you have sedan. Awful, hideous terrified exactly And and Anyone, who might be listening outside of Australia? My Mind, you I think it hit the global news pretty quickly, but it was literally. Thirty eight percent of New South Wales. We'll something. The whole east coast of. Victoria went up in flames pretty much between what sort of September last year until end of January early memory this year it was horrific. So to see that loss of life and loss of. Animals and floor, flora and fauna, and the image of the Patriot. I think it was Malikova the ash sheltering on the beach I just felt Why. Am I doing this business? Right. What's the point of? It just felt pointless. It just feels frivolous sometimes. We are talking about life or death, and I'm talking sex toys exactly. How could I be talking about sex? so and then another lady in my horizon that I follow and I'm a huge fan of her right as I think you are as well and that's the. The the fantastic Kate tuned Oh my God. Yes, of any discovered kate in the last six. Love her. I Love I would turn for Kate Kyw if you're listening. She's coming on one of my guests..

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"jarvis" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:00 min | 10 months ago

"jarvis" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"With. Other women who are walking the same palm enroll at different journeys. Yeah, so A. It was a great starting point for me to win our. I needed to learn. About the business basics you getting a name Soda Company structure that sort of stuff, then when I needed to know more about. Social Media. How to do stuff on Instagram Had A manage Content had it can. You know just yeah. That was the best dining point that I've ever experienced and I did join some other groups as well, but I just found the the atmosphere ninety startups. was really warm. Yeah, I would have saved loving as well. Yeah, I guess I should just say as an aside that I have been. I've been sort of like PR mentor for me Friedman's lady startup costs for the last year or so I don't think I'll be doing very much of it going forward. I think I'm just kind of my own little community now, but it is really nurturing group and I. I talk about this unbeaten sale. Go Gills. You're so deluded and wherever you being but I do find. The being a group of women who are all in the same position is incredibly empowering and they Very Generous, just people are very honest about the problems. They're having and asking for help and you know I've just done. My website or go to logo is good one or you know. How do I find a supply of X.? Things on all the time and people jumping and help and I mean one of the other groups that that was fabulous in the early days. I think it's going to be big in the trolls of coming now, but that's like minded bitches, drinking wine, which is a facebook group. And the women in there in the early days, certainly you. I remember saying this to my boyfriend. It's it amazes me that you'll have a woman, so say for instance you've set up your business and you just haven't had sales for ages and you starting to get really depressed. These women are very very honest about how they're feeling, so they come on and they go I set up my website a month ago. I haven't had any sales. Can you go on and have a look and tell me? If. There's anything you can see and women will do that, but the interesting thing to me is not I needed. They offer advice, but in lot of cases they go and purchase. Have you noticed that it happened for friend of mine with the laundry? Brandon, we put up a post saying she's got fifteen thousand dollars worth of stock and she really needed to sell it. And two hundred seventy nine women went on and purchased Gosh. Maybe I should try that you should. It's called Red Star and it's fabulous, but it wasn't that for me. It was more I remember saying to my partner I don't know any other sites other than women's groups that this happens. I reckon boats could go really stuck I. Don't know what to do. No one's bought from my side and all these guys ago. Don't worry about it. We'll go buy some products for you. I. Think happens like that. And my theory Gills that women. We're comfortable with being well. That's not quite the right whitest audit. Were used to being vulnerable in many different ways Yep Acai and Way more open to sharing that and we're more open to receiving help yes, more open for receiving feedback. So So, if anyone listening to a podcast, today would like to help support a woman who fifties. I set out to Stan business to build her financial future, because after divorce and health autumn have not rolling in money. Then, please visit the to dot. And, have some found yourself with the vibrator or something exactly..

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"jarvis" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"jarvis" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Are really artistic, but you can't read them died, so that was that would be one thing. I would prevent. Give his advice on Jewish. You need glasses of champagne. I know I do I've got a little frog in my throat, but luckily I've got some orange juice, which is probably better for me. Good choosing your platform for your e commerce. I I really looking back I regret. The amount of money I spent on my website. Right I kind now. I've got a good were websites, but I think I could have achieved. An equal result had gone down a different pathway of taking something Adema box ready to go. They. They took her my platform, and they did a lot of changes to it. So That's interesting. That's an interesting insight that in hindsight you reckon the stuff that comes at you. Talk like a wordpress or something like you. Tweak it as opposed to build the whole thing from scratch. Yeah, actually went through platform, the head of thane ready to go. But the design of the website that I had developed with mom graphic designer. Required a lot of changes to the fain that was available right, and so that's where the money was spent on those develop a change and so forth. Whereas if I had just gone with some unlike Sherifi all a wordpress platform, go for an e commerce platform, yes. So do have an E.. M. On an e commerce platform here in Australia. But because I tweaked it a lot to get it to, the while wanted to bay. in hindsight I would have to stuck with the the the simple fame, and just made changes down the track yet always learnings.

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"You know that lives in and and so i decided to leave ebay and launched this website and it just sold out right away who aware dot com covered it daily candy covered it and i didn't have a publicist these editors were just customers of mind and <hes> it you know it it. It blew up from there so our first year of business. Just are my your business. Yes i think we did. I did seventy thousand dollars in revenue which to me was like. I don't even think i'd had like a. I don't even know what it is is a w. Two i ah i don't think i made more than like twenty five grand a year jumping from job to job and there's my business and i didn't take a salary out of this. I didn't take i mean i paid for my living expenses but i had no wants you know eventually saved up and bought a nissan but it was years on end drive the nissan i don't. I drive a very different car now. <hes> it's a it's like a private plane on wheels. It's like l._a. You know it's just like a bubble like bopping around around l._a. I should probably drive tesla but only when i read where this one drive into the ground but <hes> i had no once i was twenty three twenty four years old as all all of this was happening. I think it was on ebay for about a year and a half before i <hes> launched the website and seventy grand two hundred and fifty grand the next year one point one million the next year we started buying non vintage goods that we could buy inventory into a small medium and large in that became a quote unquote pivot and allowed us to quote unquote scale even though i didn't didn't really know what those things men i just knew i didn't i could sell five things by taking one photo instead of one thing <hes> and that seemed like a pretty good deal. When did you start hiring. <hes> first employee was maybe a year and a half in <hes> i had a part timer summer and then i hired a full time assistant vintage retail kind of she ship orders responded to emails. I did things like measure the clothing before we put it in the store steamed clothing did the things that were essential to building the audience. I kept doing social media. <hes> photography styling buying all the things that <hes> were super essential and she ended up staying with me for about gosh six or seven years <hes> it was a craigslist craigslist listing and she was the one person i interviewed. Wow that's such an important thing. Though i mean deciding when to start hiring <hes> it can really be the difference between mean success and failure who you hire obviously has a huge <hes> influence on that as well <hes>. How did you know that what what was the thing that said. I need to hire now. I think when demand is something. You can't keep up with anymore. I worked twenty four hours straight for a few weeks and you know almost i think maybe had pneumonia dona at some point i just i was really killing myself and at the time she was like she had a job and she needed fulltime work and i was like oh my gosh. I don't know if i can afford board that and i paid her. Something like sixteen dollars an hour when i was paying myself like i don't know twelve or something and i was like oh my gosh fulltime. This is a big commitment. I and i don't know if i can afford this and as soon as i made that commitment you know i like to talk about indiana jones in the holy grail and he steps out onto you the bridge that you can't really see and take the leap of faith. That's when you're able to manifest great things and you're willing to kind of. It's not a layup but i don't i i don't know how you describe it but you take those risks and sometimes it doesn't work out but it's only if you take those risks than that like bigger things can manifest as a result. When did you decide to start bringing in venture financing tight down at work. Don't let your search for software. Kill though summer vibes ditch the office this over.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Day. He coded a robot for his home this year. Jarvis has named Jarvis this this year is touring the US to go to places. He hasn't been so we can learn about different points of view and so the culture that he sets and frankly. It's not marks culture anymore. Now there's over twenty thousand people we we all say we own the culture just as much as mark but it's one where we reject status. Quo were constantly trying to figure out how we can improve. That's probably where my self critical nature even I it probably gets even fostered even more at facebook because it's very typical to walk out of a presentation or meeting and I have a colleague say here's what you did well here. A few things I think could have gone better happened to me. Just this morning and my team gave me you know honest feedback and they were right so that happens quite frequently and it's a culture that rewards <hes> failure failure innovation bravery being bold and because that's that's what's required in technology if you don't innovate you'll become stagnant and be irrelevant constantly innovating and elevating thinking about what's next and I get that too from the the idea idea of <hes> sort of critical interpretations of what Your Work Quality is and how you can constantly be upping your game and if you're surrounded by people who you trust are really good at what they do and you trust what they believe then hearing the feedback from them can make you better if you interpret it in a way that's not you know harmful to you and your psyche yes so you know we have it's I we never use the term constructive criticism because why not well because think of the word criticism yes by definition. It was like I use the word critical and I was actually trying to come up with somebody else because of that yes so we don't use that word we provide feed pref- we say things like feedback is a gift as to which you can have all sorts of jokes around that yes. It's it feels like Christmas every day because you get so much of it but we feedback as a gift have the hard conversations and it stems from the belief <hes> that Cheryl and mark both have that great companies that existed at one point that are no longer here. It's not that they woke up Monday morning and had some major thing happen that they didn't foresee so Kodak for example. It was a great cumbrae. It's no longer here but it wasn't like the executives woke up digital hit them on a Monday morning and right. If the company has gone it was likely because in the culture people would not have hard conversations with each other. They wouldn't be direct so there were plenty of people at Kodak that new digital was going to be either a major threat or a major opportunity but they didn't feel comfortable raising that and so we're trying really hard to be a place where if you have a concern if you think something could be done better. If you think you can help somebody improve their performance. Let's talk it out. Let's talk about it but at the same time of course when you're running a company of thousands of people you have to have them focusing on the daily work work and not every single second or maybe you do have them focusing literally every single second on should I should. I really be doing this thing. That's in front of me right now so we have a few things around that we have a saying hold ruthless prioritization yes. She's like deepen the culture so thinking about like what are you working on lists. Ruthless ruthless is pretty important hardcore hardcore just as much as criticism with our this is hardcore so we have that but we also have the he is set the company to think about a three five and ten ear roadmap and so there are people at the company that are literally focused on tenure work in artificial intelligence virtual reality augmented reality. How do we connect the billions of people unconnected and there's people that focus on that? There's a team of people all that are thinking okay. How do we build ecosystems over the next five years around things like messaging and WHATSAPP and continue to build search in groups and then there's a whole lot of resources?.

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The Surprising Origins of Mother's Day

Curiosity Daily

01:37 min | 2 years ago

The Surprising Origins of Mother's Day

"Absolutely should celebrate mothers everywhere. So to all the moms out there listening. We hope you have a really fantastic day today for a lot of people though mother's day is also a pretty tough day for a lot of different reasons. And that group of people include the founder of mother's day herself, Anna Jarvis she successfully established a national holiday only to fight against those who celebrated in a way, she didn't like here's her story. When Jarvis was just twelve years old her mother closed her Sunday school lesson with a prayer that someone would one day found a Memorial Day to commemorate mothers for the match Maginness service. She renders to humanity Dervis remembered that prayer. For the rest of her life and in nineteen oh seven two years after her mother's death. Jarvis began to lobby for a national holiday in her mother's honor. She wrote thousands of letters to influential people, including teddy Roosevelt, William Jennings, Bryan. And Mark Twain in early nineteen o eight the Senate rejected her mother's day resolution, but she wouldn't be deterred on may tenth nineteen o. Eight Jarvis spoke at the first official mother's day services. One at her childhood church in Grafton, West Virginia and another at a sold out venue in Philadelphia her idea caught on like wildfire, at least unofficially and over the next few years. The majority of states in the US held mother's day celebrations that wasn't by accident. Either. Germans petition to state governors for official mother's day proclamations every single year she asked people to observe the day by visiting or at least writing to their mothers and wearing a white carnation.

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"jarvis" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Hey, folks in this episode. It's a check in with chase Jarvis and creative live. Hey, welcome back to another episode of this week in photo today. We're going to be talking to a good friend of mine. His name is chase Jarvis. And he started a company you may know of it's called creative live, and I'm a big fan of creative live for a couple of reasons. The main reason is the business side of my brain loves what they did in terms of trying to disrupt shake up how online education was delivered. In a nutshell. They started the whole idea of watch it live for free, and then pay or subscribe later, and you can you know, sort of watch the content on demand a think as far as I know they were the first ones to do that. So they've come a long way since the early days of producing contents. And that now we are where we are. So this is sort of a check in state of the union of creative live and chase Jarvis. Chase Jarvis van welcome to this week in photo. I think this is third third or four number. Okay. Get what am I can get. I love it. I love I love chatting you chatting with you. Because you're you are almost like a the a a illustration of the Silicon Valley motivated entrepreneur that has an idea that is talented knows how to push it knows how to talk to VC's also talented photographer and push the whole thing forward. And where the company is now is sort of a testament to what you built so congratulations on that man congratulates seriously. I know how hard it is. I mean, I take that back. I don't know. I don't know how hard it is. But I can imagine how hard is just doing the little stuff that I'm doing. So where where is where is creed? Well, let's start with chase Jarvis. Where are you at now, man? What's what's the state of chase Jarvis? Sure state apace drivers is just really fired up in passionate to help creators. Entrepreneurs.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Laura reached out to us to tell us more about her background because she was recently named one of housing wires twenty eighteen women of influence as well as what of the mortgage Banking's most powerful women. She says she's always been onto preneurs throughout her life. And when the mortgage crisis happened circa two thousand seven two thousand eight she saw an opportunity to open a mortgage division her way. So she took a leap of faith here. She is to tell you more Lor Graham day when the president of our question today is what was my biggest challenge in. How did I come it? Well, I'm in the mortgage business and in our industry. There are constant changes everything from rising rate environments regulatory changes or production whether it being too little or too much. So what are my chew most important factors of getting through any of these challenges that may come our way, one eight positive attitude, and they're sharing that positive attitude with your team members because of positive attitude coupled with a strong team, we'll get you through any of your challenges. So don't let yourself get into that negative mindset and work together, and you can get through anything. Congratulations, laura. Wishing you continued success. Remember, you can have on over to my Instagram at Rebecca Jarvis to hear more from Laura and don't forget, if you or someone, you know, should be featured here as the entrepreneur of the week on no limits, or if you have questions shoot me an Email at no limits with RJ podcast at G mail. Doc. Thank you so much to those who have written in. I really appreciate it. I know how busy roller. I also want to say thank you to those of you who have

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"China to tell you more officer farmers rich where's your company and our smart fridges the aims to bring healthy affordable food to places that needed most at universities hospitals office buildings i founder to scale farmers grades because i believe that access to healthy food is a fundamental right farmers grids being shut curated food at affordable prices to tens of thousands of people across the greatest chicago land area and we donate all of our surplus food to the greater chicago depository i'm really feel to be a part of an organization whose mission is to change the way the world needs join us at www dot pharmacy dot com so not only great food but also that component where they're donating i love it congratulations shayna i wish you and farmers fridge continued success remember you can head on over to my instagram at rebecca jarvis to see more of shayna story and over yet if you or someone you know should be featured here on no limits as an entrepreneur you can send me those nominations at no limits with rj podcast at g mail dot com you can also send me career questions there we we're now answering those on instagram in the live video so keep an eye out for that and i know how busy well are no how busy we are i really appreciate it when you take a moment to right i also want to say thank you thank you thank you to those who are leaving us reviews like this one from era mullick who says a well done thoughtful podcast inspirational at every turn i look forward to each tuesday tune in so thank you irham we really appreciate the support i'm really glad you're tuning in and thank you for taking that minute to write as always you can find me on instagram snapchat facebook twitter and lincoln at rebecca jarvis don't forget to use our hashtag no limits podcast and a shoutout to the team here that helps make this happen week after week taylor done michelle cardo antonio software and the abc radio team david rhind elizabeth russo josh cohen andrew kelp and steve jones.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Quite honestly i call it a friend of mine who's going to set me straight whatever it may be someone who knows me who knows what i value who knows what i'm working for who knows me and tell them look i saw this thing the other day has me totally jacked up i'm really angry about it or like sad or depressed or i feel like i'm not working hard enough or whatever it may be an have them snapped me out of it it usually takes about ten minutes of conversation for me to get back on my path we're also big fans of making lists and i think that we both do this anytime we're both feeling stuck we'd get out a piece of paper and just start writing and i think that lists is even better than journaling because we're not getting in our head and going down introspective spiral that's not productive a list might be things that you want to see where it might be things that you wanna make or big goals that you want to achieve and once you have it i mean i have there's this magic about making lists i don't know if you make lists rebecca but i feel like in i pass i can look back at liss i've made five years ago and i've accomplished almost every single thing and maybe not on the time line that i thought it would be but i accomplished it and so if i'm falling down an instagram rabbit hole where i'm starting to feel jealous or fear of missing out or guilty or any of those low vibe being emotions i make a list and then i get to action i mean if i'm jealous of someone who is celebrating their most recent launch with mimosas will guess what i can go buy some champagne and oj two there's nothing stopping me from having that same kind of life and so that really is taking that jealousy and turning it into action and inspiration something we talked a lot of them being boss that i really enjoyed was this idea of when to say yes when to say no and in the context of that list you know you make these lists and their the big things that you wanna make sure how do you make sure that all the little stuff doesn't encroach on the big stuff i think that's such a good question.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Gather you've got this podcast in mind how long was it from the time that you had the idea versus the first show six weeks lesson we all know it was less than a month i'm pretty sure it was less than a month i think like earliest december i think kathleen texmex or an email because i had had this idea when you have a podcast i sent her a pitch email is like all bullet it out it was the most like boss email i've ever since like pros and cons like what was the biggest con the biggest con was we both are going to hate how we sound like our to sound of our own voice but we'll get over it it was like we just have to that was the biggest con was we have to deal with the sound of our own voice and then by the first tuesday of january so less than four weeks later we had a podcast in the world and how did you decide on the name being boss we actually took the podcast through my branding method thought my branding agency does so is called the brain method and so really relying on my sister who is my business partner over there we were telling her about what we were trying to create and these pillars of you know like this foundational content that we really wanted to get across we talked about our dream listener who's your dream listener you know other bosses so probably like a freelance creative entrepreneur maybe probably a woman but we're open to everybody but we have attracted a lot of women listeners and she's probably either young like in her twenties or young in her career and maybe has a day job for a while but wants to quit and do her own thing or has this side hustle on the side but it's really wanting to try and figure out how to make money and make a living doing that thing which with branding it's so important i think to know who your audience is in who you are how did you come up with that.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Baby is out into the world and that it's that it's here for everyone to to enjoy i hope i know i know some people talk about spending years writing books and we wrote ours in four months but it came out of years of conversation so even before we started the being boss podcast which is where we talk about mindset and habits and routines and boundaries and really building up your tribe and blending work in life and sometimes separating the two and hustling out your life as much as you hustle out the work you know we've been having these conversations even before we were hitting published on them and that was a very rare and special thing especially as freelancers and creative entrepreneurs who are working from our homes trying to just get paid doing what we love we were hopping on skype and having these conversations with each other because we didn't live in the same city and really talking about what works and what doesn't and the little struggles in the big wins or the little wins along the way and talking shop and getting into now numbers and talking about money and actually saying here's how much i'm making and here's how much i would like to be making so the the the book it was a conversation that is years in the making and finally all in one place so you call yourself business besties you both are entrepreneurs you both had businesses how did you connect in the first place back in the blogging days so we have always been content creators and so we joke like i had a blog back in the live journal days so i think we're about the same age but this is like my space live journey very dear diary and i remember my first blog on a blog spot was about remodeling my home and it was about the travelling adventures i was taking and then my biggest adventure was quitting my day job and working for myself i don't come from an entrepreneurial family and emily was also blogging and so at that time it felt like a small world and our paths had crossed and we actually met in person out of conference.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"It's for successor these are the six steps that you take to get whatever it is that you want and you only have to try what or two of those to find out that those blueprints aren't real you the applause they are authors selfproclaimed business besties and if you like what we're doing here at no limits there being boss podcast is a mustlisten their creative entrepreneurs who walked away from executive roles to start their own companies they've taken the road less traveled and they are killing it in this episode we're talking about the right time to make the leap the power of unsubscribe the problem with list of goals you know those articles that tell you the seven steps to be more successful as an entrepreneur and why sweating the details especially early on really does pay off kathleen shannon and emily thompson welcome to no limits leering so excited to be here i'm so excited to have you with us so you are phenomenal podcasters boss one of my favorites sincerely i've been following you for years now you've been doing this for what almost three years now a little over three years now over three years and you also have your brand new book just out party in new york city yes tell us about the book kathleen and i have been talking about writing a book not necessarily together but writing a book separately for our entire friendship it was always one of those like life slash business goals that we were sharing with each other really longtime ago and once we started being boston started diving into the content that makes up the podcast and you know what the brand is it became super obvious that the book we were going to write was going to be written together and that it would be about how to live and work as successful define your own success entrepreneurs so it was long just station period we're glad that the bay.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard get started at indeed dot com slash higher i strapped the business to almost thirty million dollars in revenue before investors nee somehow caught wind of this thing called nasty cow and i didn't need them to invest we were fine but they seem like really smart people and i did a lottery search about a book called how to be smarter than your venture capitalist it seemed like a good deal but what happened after that is very kind of like fabled long story to tell from abc it's no limits i'm rebecca jarvis in each week we're talking to the most bold and influential women lang at the top of their game trying to demystify success and what it really takes to get there and all the tradeoffs whether you're looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story you're in the right place welcome welcome this week we're doing a special no limits crossover episode and this week it's girl boss radio you're about to hear from sophia amoruso she's the founder and ceo of girl boss and not only does so you have a fantastic podcast of her own girl bus radio which i highly recommend she interviews me in this week's episode by the way she's also the definition of a trailblazer since publishing her memoir grow boss for years ago that hashtag has been used more than ten million times and in my opinion even more importantly than the hashtag she's helped ignite and continue an honest conversation around leadership what it really takes to build a business the real ups and downs of having your own company and in this episode we met up with sophia at her offices in l a we talked about everything from her childhood in sacramento it was a little lady bird lake to how she turned an ebay store into a multimillion dollar company what she learned from watching her.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"I didn't believe it i did not believe that this was going to become a worldwide organization i thought maybe you know maybe a london maybe you know maybe one or so countries what made you that you know i mean it was it was very simple concept and i didn't see how that was going to translate around the world it has from abc it's no limits i'm rebecca jarvis in each week we're talking to the most bold and influential women lang at the top of their game trying to demystify success and what it really takes to get there and all the tradeoffs whether you're looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story you're in the right place on today's episode meet the woman behind dress for success she left a career as a lawyer to lead the organization that's now helping over a million women around the world gain economic freedom by giving them the tools they need to succeed this is everything from workloads to mentorship to career training and more years joy gordon joy gordon welcome to no limits thank you i'm q real to have you here you have such an interesting backstory and as the ceo of dress for success you're also changing many women's lives so tell us a little bit first off what is dress for success how does it work sure dress for success is a global nonprofit organization that i started in new york city twenty one years ago and today is one hundred sixty three cities in thirty countries what we do is we help women get back to work and it's more than just giving her the suit although a lot of people think of us as the organization that gives women suits it's so much more than that we give her really the tool she needs not only to landed job but to keep a job and so it's a very comp.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"There's no limits podcast is brought to you by indeedcom poster next job opening on the world's number one job site i remember going to a conference in being introduced as a wh a female ceo and high cut up that i just started laughing as like i have never in my life a man be introduced as a male ceo group abc if no limits i'm rebecca jarvis in each we were talking to the most bold an influential women wake at the top of their game trying to demystify success and what it really takes to get there and all the tradeoffs whether you're looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story you're in the right place on today's episode the unlikely path that led tori burge to create one of the most successful lifestyle and fashion brands in the world the number one thing that drives her and how she's empowering in enabling other entrepreneurs along the way tori verge welcome to no limit sank here i'm so happy to finally beer i'm thrilled to have you here you have been named one of the most powerful women in the world by forbes ceo and chief creative officer of your own company tori birch best selling author you recently launched the tory sport line plus your foundation is working to empower female entrepreneurs your shirt says across it abish s yes well we're launching our ambition hole a concept and its ambition to point out we started last year um it was a great success so we're super excited to continue the conversations well i'm really looking forward to talking about that with you here were you as a kid growing up in valley forge were you emphasizing our is ambitious in many ways i had three brothers so definitely and sparse we used to have massive competitions every week and discord and uh climbing trees and things like that but in college i started a sorority with ten friends and um at university of pennsylvania.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"There's no limits podcast is brought to you by indeedcom post next job opening on the world's number one job site hey it's rebecca and you can hear new episodes of no limits four days early on tune in someone mentioned to me that i should meet lady gaga now everyone if the company had passed on her so i called her then manager any he broader in and it was that moment regis new and she said take about on me and i'm telling you i'm going to be the biggest sorts in the world from abc it's no limits i'm rebecca jarvis in each week we're talking to the most bold an influential women wake at the top of their game trying to demystify success and what it really takes to get there and all the tradeoffs whether you're looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story you're in the right place on today's episode meet the woman responsible for signing and growing the careers of artists like lady gaga alicia keys and fell williams jodie gerson is the ceo and chairman of universal music publishing group she made history as the first female ever to be named chairman of a major global music company her skill for recognizing in developing talent has been integral in shaping the music industry over the last three decades and you're about to hear how she does it jody gerson welcome to no limits thank you so much for having me i'm thrilled to have you you are the chairman and ceo of universal music publishing group the most senior female executive in the music.

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"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jarvis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"No limits with rebecca jarvis's brought to you by indeedcom poster next job opening on the world's number one job site hey it's rebecca and you can hear new episodes have no limits four days early on tune in at a certain point i realize this is what somebody would do they were gonna write a book and then i got to the point where thought well you know what i would rather fail as a writer than succeed as a lawyer from abc it's no limits i'm rebecca jarvis in each week were talking to the most bold an influential women blank at the top of their game trying to demystify success and what it really takes to get there and all the tradeoffs whether you're looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story you're in the right place on today's episode the woman who's made a career around half penis and how to find it gretchen rubin is a bestselling author and top podcast or who is once on the path to becoming a highpowered lawyer until one day which had no pippen heath the changed everything wretched room and welcome to no limits thank you for having me i'm so happy to be talking the well we are thrilled to have you selling author you just released your new book the four tendencies that was released earlier in september of this year um and you have a great podcast yourself happier with gretchen rubin yes and i wanna get into happiness with you and i i really want to go deep on the topic because i i love where you go with it and how you're thinking about it but i also am finding your backstory really extraordinarily home the fact that you were really on this very in my opinion structured path undergrads yale yale law school then you are you're working for justice sandra day o'connor ours clerking clerking for her and for those of you out there who who might not understand how important a job like that is or how hard it is that is the kind of job that one in a million people get access joe yet miss somebody wants said to me like oh do you have to be a lawyer for that i was like did yeah yeah you do have some dealer for that.

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