18 Burst results for "Jaye"
"jaye" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"He's probably I've brought this book up so many times that he's probably going to be and be like you owe me some money, but I loved the book really when I think about diversity, equity and inclusion because I think it requires you to lead through principles and not by rules. Like people want the rules all the time. They ask me, well, what's the manual? What do I say and not say? What do I do and not do? And I try to get them away from that because this is human centric work. And there is no one right answer. But there are principles, right? That if you lean into them and lead according to them, you can create the kinds of climates where everybody feels they have an opportunity to do their best work. And that's really at the heart of way making. So those are some of the things in there. We also have a chapter about business outcomes. The talent outcomes leaders can reasonably expect when they make people feel seen respected valued and protected. So it's pretty well researched. There are a lot of stories in there because I do this work in addition to researching the work. And I think it's an insightful inspiring and most important practical guide to helping people make a way. Right. And that's so important. I think just as this world's evolving so fast, just with technology and working remotely and just every day, it's like something new is coming. I'm just like, wow, that's a thing. I didn't even know that that would be a thing. So I think more and more, where do those good ideas come from? It's not from the stereotypical way that we use to process information or the way we used to share information or market input. It's so much more organic now. I think as a business owner or a business leader, if you're not listening to that stuff, you're already falling behind. If you're not if you're not harvesting ideas and opening up those channels of communication with everybody at all stakeholders that are attached to any organization, then you're going to be behind. Because somebody else is going to listen. I mean, that's the big difference now, right? Before maybe nobody was listing in the 60s or 70s or 80s or maybe 90s. Nobody was listening because there was enough money and there was enough stuff driving. But now it's shifted like if you're not inclusive, you're behind, right? You are. And I love that point because people have asked me, is your book about diversity? And I'm like, not really. It's a leadership book. Because in my opinion, leaders of the future, if they're not leading inclusively, they will not be able to lead. Right. 88% of Generation Z says that diversity and inclusion is very important to them when choosing a place to work. I mean, think about that. So if we're not figuring this out, if we're not really taking the work seriously, then we won't be able to attract talent and we certainly won't be able to keep talent. So in my opinion, it's not just a nice to do. It's a sustainability play in addition to it just being the right thing to do. Well, and I think from that to add on to that perspective, I think that's what we're seeing with what they call what now the great resignation or whatever. I mean, I think that's exactly what's happening. I think it's spreading across all age groups. It's kind of like, well, if they don't value what I think, and they don't value what I, what I can contribute, then I'm just not going to work there anymore, right? Right. I'm going to find someone who does. I'm going to find someone he does, or I'll just go create a space, a freelancer, or so many people, like I said, can work remotely now and do those things that it's like, I'm just not going to, I guess there's almost a certain level of if a company's kind of BSing about their inclusion policies, really people are just like, no, I'm going to vote with my talent, and I'm just going to take it somewhere else. And we're seeing that across all industries. That's not just service industry or whatever. I think that's we're seeing that. And I think that's a very positive thing, right? We've got to be more balanced in the world. Well, it raises the bar, you know, for all of us. And if you think about it, in every single dimension of business, we've had to rethink how we work and how we go to market. And this is really no different, right? The culture should be part of that redefining part of that reimagination. There was a time when I was first in the workplace 20 something years ago. Where it was a lot more amazing. When you were 16, when I was just a wee, we used to do interned, right? Exactly. A wee Tara, you know, it was command and control back then. Right. Like, we're the leaders, these are the rules. This is how we operate. If you don't like it, you don't have to be here. You know, I'm not suggesting that was the spirit of the company I worked for, but that's just the way it was in the world. Exactly. And it's not like that anymore. We are, I say, you know, we're squarely in the collaborate and cultivate era. People want to do the work, not just for us, but alongside us. They want to create the future that they are interested in contributing to. And if we don't know how to do that, if we don't know how to open those doors and bring people along, we are going to be left behind to your point. Yeah, and that's every level. And then when you say leaders and CEOs, leaders, really, that's everybody in an organization, right? Because everybody can lead. I've been involved in several organizations.
"jaye" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"Dog. But then he's but yeah, no, he's huge. He's like literally he stands and puts his paws on my shoulder. I'm 6 foot tall. He puts his paws right here. His head is almost as tall as my head. How is that even possible? I feel like we're living the same life because our golden doodle was supposed to be a mini as well. And he's 50 pounds. And because their arms are so long, he is also super tall. But yeah, we also have a doberman and a little ten pounder. They don't like the landscapers. No. It's a very good at protecting you from nothing. And then I guarantee if somebody was trying to break in the middle of the night, they had to sleep through it, probably. They totally would be like, wait to death. Right, it's like, well, no, he didn't bribe up in a truck and he doesn't have a weapon, like some type of leaf blower. Yes, yes. But you know, I was just saying that I am really, I'm an introspective person. Like, I think a lot about what I'm thinking and why I'm thinking it. And I think we can probably both admit that that is a blessing and a curse. Yes, definitely. Every blessing. Yeah, for everybody, but the blessing in it is, I've kind of kept tabs all along. You know, on what I really love to do. Right. And what inspired me and what made me feel alive. And like I was making a difference. And so when the game changed, I had a general sense of the kind of impact I wanted to have. And how I might just start pouring myself into that and seeing if I could make something of it. People say, when did you know you wanted to be an entrepreneur? And I'm like, I didn't want to be an entrepreneur. Yeah, today. Today. That day that I became one. It is the day and so we all have a little bit of a different story there, but that's mine. Yeah. And so what did that look like then in the beginning for you? So you have this passion. You have this thing that you believe people can benefit from. Did you just reach out to some of your corporate contacts? What was that kind of, because I think that's for people leaning more and more on this show we talk about purpose and finding your purpose and leaning into your purpose. But that's hard. It's hard. I mean, it's hard at any stage of life, I think, when you're evaluating and being introspective about what you want to do and then thinking, okay, now what do I do with that? I mean, I may be the best embroidered I don't even know if an embroidered. I don't even think. I may be the best chef or a cook or whatever or yodel or whatever. But then what do I do with that? So what did you do with that? Once you kind of had that passion, how did you take it from there? Yeah, well, the good news is I had been in product development my entire career. Gotcha. I had been in business innovation, you know, for several years. And so the process of stepping back to say, what do people really need right now? What do I believe I can uniquely write bring to this space to make a difference? And how do I start giving shape to that, right? Through a vision and a set of principles and products or solutions is something that was not foreign to me, it's something I had always done. So I really just started approaching it the way I approached product development, right? By first better understanding what people needed and then figuring out how I could go about experimenting to start to deliver some of that. But the other thing I really had to do when you work at a company like hallmark, which is very familial, your network is pretty insular. You know? Like, I grew up there. I was an intern. Wow. Between my junior and senior year of college. So I had been there since I was 20. I only knew other hallmarks. You know, I didn't really have a very broad network outside those walls. So the very first thing I started doing, honestly, was building a network on LinkedIn. On LinkedIn for over a decade. And I just started building community because I knew that I would need to know more people and to learn more things than I had learned inside those four walls. So that was number one. And then just starting to kind of test out certain ideas or potential solutions with people to see if they would find it meaningful, or high impact. When I started, I was doing coaching. And I was doing training, and I was doing some speaking. And I learned probably after 6 months that I did not want to do coaching anymore. So the entrepreneurial journey is also just really, I think you have to be agile, you have to pay attention to what works for you and what works for other people. And be willing to make adjustments, you know, along the way. Right. Definitely. And so what do we find in the book itself? I have not read the book. I will say that I'll be the first to admit that. But it just came out recently. I hope you will. Well, now I have to. Do you reference the golden doodle in it at all? Is there a golden doodle reference in the book? I think in my bio, it says that we have three dogs. I do think that the extent of it. Well, you know, golden doodle owners are kind of like loyal to golden doodle like stuff. So you might mention that you know why though, right? Yeah. They're really good dogs except you can't feed them anything except the one food otherwise, I don't know about yours. Ours is like, yeah, I've got one dog that's a mutt from the kennel. She can eat anything. I watch her eat tinfoil one day, didn't phase her a bit. It had some grease on it, and she just ate it. And I was like, no, no, no, no. Nothing, no problem. This thing eats just like anything that's slightly off. I could give it anything that's slightly off and automatically that dog gets sick. I don't know. It's just strange. Maybe yours isn't the same way. He's not as sensitive. Thankfully, because he eats things that aren't food. Yes, yeah. All the time. Yes. That's the problem with ours as well. So what's in the book, what's in the book? One, who's it written for? And then kind of what's in it? Yeah, so the book is written, I wrote it initially. Here's an interesting little thing. For high level leaders, leaders with power and position. In companies. Right. Who wanted to create more inclusive cultures, but did not know what to do and didn't know how to do it. Right. So it is somewhat of a guidebook, right? Like it starts by helping people understand why we're stuck, why we've not made more progress. It gives people the tools they need and the information they need to do a climate assessment. So understanding what people are experiencing, it tells people what your talent really wants from you. Everybody at work just wants to be seen, respected, valued, and protected. We did a proprietary body of research with a company called brand trust where we asked hundreds of employees to tell a stories of times they felt seen respected valued and protected and tell a stories of times they felt the opposite of that. And we learned so much about what leaders and peers quite frankly do every single day. The choices they make and behaviors they exhibit that make people feel included in those that make them feel excluded. So there's some really practical insightful guidance about how leaders can show up day to day to make a way for other people. There are way maker principles in there. Have you ever read, I know you're a reader? Have you read ray dalio's book principles? I've got the book I read about the first three chapters and then I went on to another book.
"jaye" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"Now, what was a common thread through all of that was the hallmark is a relationship business. Right. So really deeply understanding how people relate to one another, what they need from other people, what they hope for from other people what deepens relationship strengthens them repairs them, et cetera. So that's something I have very deep expertise in, obviously, but I was also always just super passionate about talent. Like unleashing talent, does everyone have what do they know what they need to know? Do they have what they need to have, right? Are they inspired by what they need to be inspired by in order to grow and really contribute at their highest possible level? And that came true for me because whatever job I was doing functionally, I always loved the leading part the most. So that was the thread all the way through, but what happened in my personal life is I was living in Kansas City. I was going to ask you about that. So if you don't mind a little side note, did you know Gordon Mackenzie? I didn't know him personally, but of course I know of Gordon McKenzie. Everybody. Yes. So his daughter was in my wedding. She was the brightest. Really? Yeah, my wife and his daughter are very close friends and have been since childhood. So when I heard you all read his book. Yeah, of course. So when I heard you were coming on today, I was like, remind me who Heather's dad is. She was like, oh, yeah, Gordon Mackenzie. I was like, well, I'm going to ask. And I wondered if you actually lived in Kansas because we're based out of Wichita. And so we're 17 years old. So I didn't mean to interrupt your story, but I just wanted to see if you obviously knew who he was. So yes. So you're living in Kansas City. So you're living in Kansas City. I was in the succession plan for corporate officer. So I had been working toward, you know, that C suite for a bit. And then I had gone through a divorce. I reconnected with someone I knew in college. We decided we wanted to get married and blend our families and it necessitated a move from Kansas City to Texas. And that was catalyst because I had my career all planned out. You know, if I had stayed in Kansas City, I plan to retire from hallmark. That's kind of what I had in my head. This party moving till I don't want to work anymore. It was great work. It's a great company, great people. And then when I knew I had to move to Texas, things really shifted because I couldn't operate at that level and not live in Kansas City, not with the work that I was doing, because hallmark is a very community centric company. It's privately owned and deeply entrenched in the community. Right. So because of the kind of work I do, it wasn't going to work for me to do it remotely. And I just had to rethink what am I going to do now, right? Which made me basically ask myself, what am I passionate about? What am I good at? What do I believe my professional purpose is? And when I started connecting some of those dots, I recognize that leadership development and then ultimately culture work was where I believed I could make the most impact. Very interesting. And I always love in every backstory. There's that. I'm sure there's stuff around the divorce and stuff around the move and stuff around getting remarried. And then you say blending of families I think you've got 6 kids between the two of you, right? So the blending of families and I'm just like there's all kinds of fun stuff there. Meaning, meaning lots of life. Lots of life and I would also guess lots of introspection to your point, questioning what am I good at? What am I passionate about? And then having the confidence to do something with that, right? It's one thing to say, you know, it's one thing to go through something, whether you want to or not the death of a family member or a divorce or a company, not going the way you think it should go or whatever that may be. But then it's another to embrace that lean in and use that as a catalyst for positivity, right? Because if you were to stay at hallmark, I guess I'm just connecting all the dots here. So if you would have stayed at hallmark, I'm guessing that this book never gets written. If that's. Yeah, I mean, I don't think so. I really don't think so. I think I would have just been leading at those various levels and that would have, that would have kept me busy enough, right? Hopefully satisfied enough. And I don't think the book gets written. I really don't. The good news is there are skills. I am an introspective person to a fault. I think a lot about what I'm thinking. So there are good things and bad things about that. I think we can all probably acknowledge it. It sounds like you not only have kids, you have apparently little ones, little times. I have a menagerie.
"jaye" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"So I'll share with you one company I worked with. They had done engagement surveys, you know, they had all their data pulled, and they were basically like, well, from what we understand, people generally feel that this was an equitable and inclusive environment or inclusion score in our sentiment survey was really high. Well, I actually ran an experience survey with them. And an experience survey meaning, asking questions, have you or have you not experienced X? And it was things like, I don't get feedback until it becomes a barrier to advancement. Or I don't really know what it takes to get to the next level or I don't believe anyone above me even really understands what I do. So those are the kinds of moments inflection points that create an experience, right? And employee experience. And those things dictate the quality of that relationship between the employee and the employer. So really understanding what people are experiencing is a first critical step. Now once this company did better understand what their folks were experiencing. And in this case, we were focusing on multicultural women and their experiences at work. Once they did understand that, they felt a lot more inspired and I'll say dedicated, right? To figuring out how to unlock some of these kinks in the system. So we brought them together. The leaders and the multicultural women across levels across all dimensions of difference to build empathy, like first of all, so that they could better understand what their multicultural women were experiencing. We then took them through an innovation exercise, right? Where they looked at different talent processes and through multiple lenses. So what really works about this talent process, what doesn't, what do we wish were true? What are we concerned about? And those are the kinds of insights they then use to collaboratively come up with surprising solutions and take bolder action. So for me, as a product developer, I'm all about, do we really understand the problem? Or the opportunity? And once we do, how can we use that insight to come up with surprising solutions that we can try to implement, we can experiment with. We should do that collaboratively with people who have different viewpoints. And then figure out how we're going to measure what they're not, we're doing right thing, you know? And if not, how we refine it. Interesting. And so you're diving deeper into the underlying what's really going on versus just what looks good on the survey. It sounds like. Or what people say, because sometimes you can say, are you happy at work? Somebody says, yes, I'm happy at work. Does that tell you anything at all about how to make them happier? Right, exactly. And so this seems sort of like a 360 analysis or a 360 review to some degree, but really looking at what's really happening a lot probably with the communication process I'm assuming in an organization. Thank you for listening to the bright by podcast today. We've got a special event coming up here shortly. July 12th through the 16th called the global happiness summit and we're bringing resources from around the country together to talk about happiness and what that means and how to have more of that in our lives. Go to bright 5 dot com dot com for more information about the global happiness summit. And we look forward to seeing you July 12th through the 16th. Some of it, yeah, but some of it also about the assumptions we make about the questions we don't ask about the scaffolding. We provide to some people and not to others, right? Some of this is really just we operate according to our intuition according to our gut and our guts can be really narrow. You know, we don't all have a very broad lens in terms of how we define leadership or how we define success and it can sometimes be based on our limited view of the world. When we do that, we leave so many people in so much opportunity out of out of the conversation. Certainly, yeah. And so I guess what made you want to get into or makes your life, your life's work, literally written a book and everything, to prove that it's your life's work. How did you get there, I guess? What was the catalyst? I found usually when I'm visiting with people that there's usually one or two catalysts or major points in life where a decision was made and maybe it took years for that decision to play out or that to finally come to fruition of oh yeah, this is why I'm doing this. But for you what made you want to work in the workplace, I guess, with what you phrases worked like workplace equity but really, what was that for you? Yes, this is such a good question, by the way, for me, it was one recognizing that there was a thread in my entire career. That I was able to kind of recognize and pull. And then the other was certainly a catalyst moment. So I worked at hallmark cards for 21 years. I started as a greeting card writer. I grew up in writing an editorial and ultimately became the vice president of creative writing and editorial. I then led business innovation for a while. I designed and stood up a multicultural center of excellence, and then my last role at hallmark was as corporate culture adviser.
"jaye" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"On purpose. Where did you get that term way maker? I've heard that, but is there some historical origin behind way maker or is that? Well, it's in the Bible. Oh, there we go. So yeah, I was right. There is a story connection. Yeah. Well, I heard you tell a story about a vine earlier. And I picked up on that in one of your videos, but way maker. Yes, okay, so yes, our elder way maker, yes. Okay, there we go. I'm taking away. There we go, making the way. So biblical, but you were going somewhere else with that story. Not only biblical, but. It's not only biblical, it's also practical. You know, I think we don't get anywhere alone at the end of the day. When we're able to succeed and make amazing things happen with our creativity and our talents and our experiences, we do that not only by our own merit, but because other people see the potential in us. And they make that connection maybe that we needed to be made or again, they opened that door or they figure out what's in the way, what's standing between us and our dreams. And they collaborate with us to remove those blockages. And so we've all had way makers, many of us have had the opportunity to be one and what I'm essentially doing is inviting many more people in workplaces to make a way for many more people. And really work. And when we say many more people, really being, I'm assuming you're saying diversity and also being open to new ideas because typically when you look at successful companies, they're usually successful over decades because of their ability to adapt and change, right? It's not that they just made the same widget over and over for 200 years, right? Absolutely. You know, when we talk about what's happening in the workplace today and of course diversity, equity and inclusion has been a big topic over the last several years. We're really, we've really not made the kind of progress we say we want to make. And I believe that's because we sometimes spend too much time talking about it as a theory. Talking about it as a strategy or a set of, I'll say tactics. And we forget the human element of this, that people implement systems that people, right? Practice policies that people hold up our ideals. And live out our values. And so I believe that if more people were equipped and inspired to lead in ways that create more opportunity for those who have been left behind for those who have been historically advantaged, that we would have more open pathways to the equitable workplace we say we want. So absolutely, it's not only about, hey, everybody deserves an opportunity to be their best and to do their best inside the workplace. But the more we enable that, the more to your point, views we have on a business problem, right? The more angles we can look at opportunities through and ultimately create, I believe, more vibrant outcomes for our businesses and for the people that we serve. So in a culture and I think we could take certainly you work in the business culture space. But I think culturally, even in any culture, I guess what's the big blocks to not being more diverse? Is it just ingrained historical? This is the way it's always been or what do you run into when you're dealing with organizations and communities? Yeah, there are a few reasons why I believe we're stuck. I think the first is that culture exists on three levels. You have the claim, the policy and the norm. So the claim is what we say about ourselves, the policy, you know, the rules we put in place to reinforce those claims. But then the norms are really how we show up every single day. The choices we make, the behaviors we exhibit, I think sometimes we stop at claim and then policy and we don't really fully investigate or interrogate our norms and hold ourselves to new norms that might create more opportunity. I think another thing happening here is we tend to mind our own business a lot. You know, we may see something happening over to the left that we think is a little off or could be handled differently, but we're so good inside our workplaces and just saying, well, that's not my business. That's my peers business. I'm going to let them deal with that. And for everything we notice and don't say anything about, there's an opportunity loss. There's an insight that somebody is not able to gain. And then the other thing at play here is really about power. I mean, let's be honest, in any given entity, there are people in the center who hold most of the power. And in the middle, you have the insight, which is sometimes unwritten rules, sacred cows. You have access, you know, to power networks, to knowledge centers, and you have opportunity. And all that good stuff is in the center held by the people who have the power and the only folks who normally intuitively benefit from that are those who most closely reflect those in power because those are the people we surround ourselves with naturally every single day. So if you're very different from the people in power, then you're really far removed from that insight access and opportunity. And we all need those things in order to create and sustain healthy careers. So can you give us an example of, I guess, kind of a company or a community or an organization you worked with that kind of here was kind of where they were at so we can be clear. Here's kind of where they were at. Here's where they were stuck and then here's actually what they did to kind of like a mini case study if that's okay. Yeah, for sure. Of so that we can start to have an understanding because I'm trying to get it clear in my own mind. Okay, how would in the organizations I'm involved in? How would we be? Yeah, how does it translate? How does it translate? For sure. So there are three main steps and I'll share with you a case study through this example. So the first is what I just called to embrace realism. And what that means to me is getting an honest assessment of your current workplace culture today. So companies can look at their existing data, their pay data, their promotion data, their retention data, their exit data, to try to understand how equitable or inclusive they are at the moment. But they should also get a better sense of the employee experience.
"jaye" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"At bright vibe. We believe everyone deserves to be happy. But in today's world, everywhere you turn, there is division and negativity. At bright vibe, we have created a global movement to bring 8 million people together who are inspired to live bright, live bold and share bright vibes. Alone it can be hard to change, but together we can change the world. Welcome to the bright vibe podcast. Tara J Frank, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it. Yeah, thanks for coming on. So you just released a book very recently. The way makers clearing the path to workplace equity with competence and confidence and my first question for you today is what is a way maker? We're going right in. We're going right in. We don't mess around on this show. It's like, let's get to it. Well, we'll start there and then we'll back our way in. But I always like to know what the heck is a way maker. I love it. Well, it is the big question. So here's what I will say about that. I work in workplace equity, so I essentially help companies leaders at a high level, better understand their current workplace culture, imagine a preferred culture, and then build the bridge between those two points, right? And what I really try to help them do is ensure they have a workplace where every single person has an opportunity to win. You know, to thrive to contribute. So as I reflected, you know, every black and brown person every woman, et cetera, those who exist on dimensions of difference who made it to the top of their game. However, they define game. Did so, not only because of systems change, which we tend to talk a lot about when it comes to equity, but also because somebody made a way for them. Full stop, right? Somebody saw them saw the light in them, reflected that light back to them. Ask them what they aspire to, open doors, remove barriers, so a way maker is a leader with a heart to lead in a heart to lead equitably who opens doors for other people and ushers them through to higher levels of contribution on purpose. Where did you get that term way maker? I've heard that, but is there some historical origin behind way maker or is that? Well, it's in
"jaye" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"That women are creating more problems to which i say conclusion ding. You're wrong stupid bitch. Yeah people say there are too many things on of that might be true. But there's not enough tv for me. Yes tv for me movement. Exactly i'll tell you what what. Tv is for even for me right. I'll tell you what i like dude. Which is an all in. I mean that's a show. I love it really. Anything murphy does is for me. I love donna. Who's playing for saatchi. I don't know who's playing for sachi but penelope cruz. Playing donatella why ricky martin's players she's boyfriend what and What do you call it. darren criss is playing the guy who kills him who killed so he hasn't been cast yet he has. I don't know the. I think it's it's a guy i think. So it is. He's someone i'm not familiar with. But those are the other penelope cruz and darren. Chris and i can't wait for every single fucking intercontinental accent. That happens on that so excited. I can't wait for that show. So anything he does is for me. I'm also in really enjoying The marvelous mrs maes old. That's a really fun congratulations. They won best comedy. They did globes and she won. Best actress oh she yes. She did the lead character on that This is another so in other words when people say it's such a crowded landscape. I'm like maybe for you. Not for me to my watching at home with amy sedaris which i love but you know what i mean. I don't feel it. You're always watching ball. Yeah volleyball tell you what i am watching my balls on On the big screen. That i put up when i'm bored and i assess airplay them from my for my straight to the tv aid from your balls to the tell you say an essay ello ello while you're on my tv and on the you're on the big you're on the medium screen and the small screen your devils screaming. Your dump screening doubles people. Say how many balls you got. I said on which screen do that through my balls. I have to you know what you could do is do that. Internet feed you. Do like a looping thing where it's like infinity in the yeah and so you can just have infinite balls. That's what i needed. And by the way you know you can make god ten twenty dollars just doing it live on on youtube i do all my subscriptions were cancelled right. Yeah balls on balls onto. Yeah so a new show set in one thousand nine hundred new york and showing life in the city's queer ballroom culture most famously obviously portrayed in the film paris's burning set to be the most trans inclusive. Tv show to ever make the air co executive produced by trans activists written written. Also co produced by janet mock in being made by ryan murphy and a little show called posts which comes out on fx. I just got chills. If why did i not know. Because they just announce it got a series order. It'll be eight episodes and it looks at. It's really need eight years. It looks i now. It looks at the juxtaposition. This is according to the release of several segments of life in society new york the rise of the luxury trump air universe the downtown social and literary scene and the ball culture world. I i want to open the tv and jump inside may take a decade that i would have been considered hot. Yeah is eighty s. The as i'd say like that was true or were ahead of me there. No no i'm orchestra hot the agreement. Weaver hot yeah. Yeah yeah i'm not. I'm not like i'm not penelope crew. I'm not in that. I'm like you know what they would consider in the eighties sexy symbol. I'm what they would have considered. I don't know. In what era would i have been. You know what you're going to disagree with me but you really good in a suit. I think you're like fifty sixty s hot all right. Yeah i'll take it. You don't think so. I don't disagree. Of course i don't. I don't see i don't see plaid shirt t shirt you know grungy jeans how much she off though i don't either not. There's not ninety. Sam i feel like you've you're ninety s hot sam. You're getting there yeah. I think that's why the hair unkempt as what you know what. It's not my problem if you can't take a compliment right okay. So trans activists directors silas howard serves as the co executive producer also. The series will bring in emerging transgender directors to be mentored through ryan. Murphy's directing mentorship program which is very exciting plus surviving on using your fucking power to change the system surviving. paris is burning. Yes gulbuddin it. The also the the people who are involved in it who choreographing the ball scenes is leoni say maldonado. Who's known as the wonder woman vogue and danielle polanco. So it's i don't end in our lady. Jaye is also writing scripts word along with janet mock and michael roberson and twiggy pucci. Garson are the ball culture consultants so in other words she saw that name is the most brilliant three words i've ever heard and i actually don't know how involved murphy will be with this show for j. thing where he's like. I'm assembling this incredible team. They're the experts on this and like but this has to be a show anyway ryan murphy in this announcement so he just does is. Fx is just as network. Yeah because all of his shows even the ones that people don't think we'll be like feud and i think pe- people were so jay. No one saw being the hit. It.
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Atlanta - Man arrested in Nashville for 25-year cold case murder of Georgia man
"Nearly 26 years after the murder of the North Georgia man. There's been an arrest in the cold case. WSB is Jennifer Perry with detail. It was the longest unsolved murder case in Walker County 54 year old Jaye. Is. Richard Harris was found dead beside his pickup truck on December 22nd 1994. He'd been robbed and killed before leaving for work that morning. Now, investigators say they've arrested his former co worker, Robert Allen Mallory, in Tennessee, the G B. I says Mallory was linked to the case in 2009, but they didn't have enough evidence to arrest him until now.