35 Burst results for "Jeanette"

Ransomware Attack Hits Ferry to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Ransomware Attack Hits Ferry to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard

"Attack has hit the primary ferry service that runs from Cape Cod to the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Website and reservation system are down as Jeanette Barnes of member Station C. AI reports. It's unclear how long the service will take to recover. The steamship Authority says the attacks started early Wednesday. Fairies are running, but passengers who are often traveling from afar have to buy tickets in person. Annamarie Gavin of Burlington, Vermont, says she noticed something was wrong when she tried to confirm her departure time. So is on. I will the log in as of seven a.m. this morning. And I wish I could have checked my very time because I ended up being a little late. A Steamship Authority official declined to say whether the attacker has demanded money. The authorities said on Twitter that vehicle reservations will be honored. That's likely to be a source of worry for customers who have to book months in advance.

Steamship Authority Jeanette Barnes Annamarie Gavin Nantucket Cape Cod Vineyard Martha Burlington Vermont Twitter
Dermatology for Skin of Color

Short Wave

01:33 min | 8 months ago

Dermatology for Skin of Color

"Want to talk about the field of dermatology. That's the one treating hair skin nails Yeah it's an amazing field. So skin is the largest organ of the body. We shed more than pound of dry skin throughout the year. And it's a really visual field. Okay so dermatologists. Like dr jeannette. Acquai- rely on pictures to get a sense of what a disease looks like so they can recognize it in the moment where freely scanning the patient from the minute we walk in the room and many of our diagnoses. We actually know them from the door. Because rote memorization of what things look like as such a big part of our training. Jeanette is chair of the department of dermatology at howard university college of medicine and like a lot of dermatologists paying close attention last spring when covid nineteen was giving some patients. A skin rashes. Do you remember that. yeah i do. There were reports of covid toes. Like people's toes swelling up usually showed up with more mild cases. Yeah it was considered kind of covid red flag but ginette was noticing. The pictures clinical papers about cova. Toes and other skin manifestations were overwhelmingly of light. Skin historically black skin. Brown skin is not represented in literature appropriately. So it wasn't a surprise. It's just that on the heels of all the things that were going on in the country last summer we thought that it was worth calling it out in a way that we hadn't called out our colleagues in the past

Dr Jeannette Acquai Howard University College Of M Department Of Dermatology Ginette Jeanette Cova Brown
Weather Experts Say Lack of Planning Caused Cold Catastrophe

Doctor Health Radio Show

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Weather Experts Say Lack of Planning Caused Cold Catastrophe

"Experts say a lack of planning caused the cold catastrophe We lived through last week because the killer freeze was no surprise. At least 20 people dead four million homes without power heat of water At some point meteorologist sounded the warnings weeks ahead of time to officials and on social media tweets like off the charts. Cold blog's about Arctic air alerts, warning of sub freezing temperatures. The head of the National Weather Service is behavioral insights units as people may have heard the message, but we're thinking cold is no big deal. Something disaster science professor Jeanette Sutton says, is human nature. That's Julie Walker reporting. Meanwhile, the temperatures in Texas starting to warm up now the cleanup

National Weather Service Jeanette Sutton Julie Walker Texas
Weather experts: Lack of planning caused cold catastrophe

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Weather experts: Lack of planning caused cold catastrophe

"Weather experts say a lack of planning caused the cold catastrophe we all lived through last week because that killer freeze was no surprise. At least 20 people dead four million homes without power heat of water At some point meteorologist sounded the warnings weeks ahead of time to officials and on social media tweets like off the chart Cold Blog's about Arctic air alerts, warning of sub freezing temperatures. The head of the National Weather Service is Behavioral Insights unit says People may have heard the message. But we're thinking cold is no big deal. Something disaster science professor Jeanette Sutton says is human nature. It is our communication with trusted people around us that influence the decisions. We make even more so than the message. Another weather expert says of the utility and power companies left unprepared. Saying the storm was so big it wasn't planned for is not a great way to

Behavioral Insights Unit Jeanette Sutton National Weather Service
Anti-Racist Science Education

Short Wave

03:39 min | 10 months ago

Anti-Racist Science Education

"All right today in the show. We're unsmiling what's not working in science education around representation and racism and how to teach science in a more inclusive way and idea from listener and scientists esther kunle yes so thanks to esther. We went looking for k. Through twelve teachers teaching at the intersection of science and racial justice at all grade levels. And i want to start with. Let me see a fears. She's a post doctoral fellow in the collaborative for stem education. And outreach vanderbilt okay. She's a black scientist. Helping out in science classrooms in tennessee. Among fifth graders at this one particular school she is a total rockstar to walk into a classroom. And they'll be like dr. Yeah it's me. It's me everyone you know know autographs thing. We lit up each others world. Our saying that let me see a drops into fifth seventh and eighth. Grade science classrooms like a real life. Miss frizzle okay. I'm not kidding. You she wheels the cart between classes clattering with beakers and different very interesting looking chemicals and students. They're so intrigued. They run up to her on our like number my wife just all that stuff and then when she's in the classroom let me see a doesn't just help them run experiments. She'll also delve into the ethics of designing an experiment. Okay she'll talk about how wrong. The tuskegee study was which is win. Scientists studied syphilis in black men and withheld treatment. Sushi's like introducing bioethics to kids as important part of the curriculum. Yup scientists are presented as very human herself included and her students can totally handle these conversations. We see what's happening with this generation with them protests. And they're speaking out and they're not having it they're not gonna they're not going to allow us to continue to destroy her and her point is that if science teachers can tap into that compassion and that curiosity and show the way that scientists have messed up. Kids might take up an interest in science. I love it and if we can't do that then we are gonna lose on. And i think it's hard were minority kids. They already don't see themselves as the teacher or the prisoners doing the science so that already kind of puts up a block of well. That's just what the old white main with crazy hairdo and so another thing. Let me see a does is named drop scientists of color as often as possible. She'll talk about astrophysicist. Did eisler medical physicist hadean ecole green astronauts. Joseph akaba and jeanette epps. She designed paper rocket lesson around them and this helps kids develop a mental picture of a career in stem beyond a doctor or a dentist. This is so cool because it's not just about teaching science history right. It's also helping. Students see themselves as scientists and for gretchen craig. Turner the next teacher. I want to introduce you to this. Level of engagement becomes even more important as students get older and start to get into their teenage years and develop their own opinions their own opinions about science. Yeah to be critical of it. Oh yeah that was not in my k. through twelve science education hers either. I don't remember a lot of writing or Opinions being part of science in fact it was very much i believe taught. The opinions didn't belong in science right that it was supposed to be a

Esther Kunle Esther Tennessee Syphilis Joseph Akaba Jeanette Epps Gretchen Craig Turner
Supported Boobs, Getting a Bra Fitting in a Pandemic

Forever35

04:46 min | 10 months ago

Supported Boobs, Getting a Bra Fitting in a Pandemic

"I'm here to talk about bras during i'll tell you what it's hanging it's actually not hanging. It's very supported right now. i feel a moonies. He'll so freaking. Good honestly. Because i got a new bra and i it dawned on me. We've been in quarantine life or almost a year. And i have been. My breasts have been so uncomfortable for this whole pandemic i i. I gained some weight over the last couple of years so a lot of my older bras. Stop fitting. I tossed them. I had one bra from third love. That really liked their minimize bra and that has underwear and then i had bought myself some like true and company bras. Which are those like. We don't have under wire. But you'll feel great in these and the truth. Is there like good for lounging. But they don't. I really like to be held and tucked in and supported and i didn't feel that way in those bras So i so. I basically been wearing either like sports bras is i exercise. And then i don't shower or my one third love minimize abroad. That i've had for like two years so i finally reached a point as like. I think i need like this. This one bra is stretched out. It's a mess. I need to get bras. And i think i need to get it had for bras And so i did a zoom raw fitting which i tell you what worked out pretty well. Wow okay so there's a really lovely small business here in los angeles called jeanette bras inc. They also they think they have four stores in the kind of los angeles area and then they've won in atlanta. And i have. And they serve people with breasts size d and above and they are doing they. Normally you go in and they do a whole fitting with you and and You know you take your dislike. Shirtless topless getting measured. There is no modesty. No one is shame body. Shaming it's very body. Positivity and people are very comfortable with the body. But you can't. They're not doing in. There are not doing them in person. Obviously because of the pandemic right now here in los angeles so they're doing them over like google meat and much to my daughter's horror. I got you know. Took my shirt off on this hookah meat and showed the my boobs ansel and they found me a bra. That feels amazing watch. What is the bra. So the way the process worked is that i told them what i liked a told them what i didn't like a told them what worked What wasn't working. I showed them the one bra that i had been wearing. This minimized problem. Third love showed them what i liked about it. And then like the you know the spots that were starting to stretch out or I'd say that minimize abroa- that has that has lasted me a long time. It's done its job. Inc you or love minimize ross. So they then sent me photographs of the bras that they thought would work and described them. And i i had like specifically asked for certain things and so. They came back with photos that i picked the ones i wanted to try. And you know. I paid for them. They sent them to me. I tried them on. And i'm sending back the ones that didn't work and keeping one so far that really worked and they're trying to track me at the same broad down in a another color. So i would have to working bras. Which feels like a good start for me And you know like their bras are pricey. These are an i kind of had like mentally. Tell myself like this is like investing in very comfortable shoes. I wear the same every day every fucking day so i had to be with you. Hey like i have to invest in my boobs. Yeah i wanna be comfortable. And i don't want to be self conscious and i wanna feel at ease in my body and my clothing and i needed abroad to do it. And i want to tell you what this brise. It's the exact amal. Spacer bra by antonia. Mo is very comfortable. that's all that's where i'm at

Jeanette Bras Inc. Los Angeles Atlanta Google Ross Antonia MO
Far-Right Personality ‘Baked Alaska’ Arrested In Texas During US Capitol Riot Probe

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:17 min | 11 months ago

Far-Right Personality ‘Baked Alaska’ Arrested In Texas During US Capitol Riot Probe

"New chilling details about the insurrection. The washington post reporting three days before an internal capital police intelligence report warned that congress could be the target of angry trump supporters. The fbi is investigating whether lawmakers eight pro-trump rioters by giving building towards the day before so far at least three hundred opened investigations into riot suspects far-right right media personality. Jeanette who calls himself baked alaska also arrested in texas today allegedly spotted video inside the capitol chanting. Patriots are in control and suspect jenna ryan the texas realtor accused of taking part in the riot now publicly asking for a pardon telling station. Ktar she was just following president. Trump me personally not feel a sense of shame or guilt for my heart from what i was doing. I thought it was following my president. I thought i was following what we were called to do that. Defense echoed by suspect jacob. Chance lee the arizona man allegedly left a note on his desk in the senate chamber that read. It's only a matter of time. Justice is coming. He's also now asking for a pardon through his attorney. He walked down constitution avenue and entered the capital. He was there at the invitation of and request of our president.

Jenna Ryan The Washington Post Texas FBI Jeanette Congress Patriots Alaska Jacob LEE Arizona Senate
Seaplane Pilot Genesah Duffy on Living Your Dream

Aviation Careers Podcas?t?

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Seaplane Pilot Genesah Duffy on Living Your Dream

"Let's get on with the show first of all. This is the person i have on today. Is somebody that i truly admire. Because of the fact that Her persistence perseverance. And hard work has gotten to the position where she is today and again. That's as chief pilot and manager of operations flight operations and training for icon. Aircraft has a sea plane pilot and her name is jeanette duffy genesis. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. Yeah this is awesome as you know we were just talking off line. We met a few years back when you actually were introduced to pulse. Stay college and your on boarding there. That was pretty exciting time. We're getting started in your career and it sure has blossom From that point so you are a graduate correct of pokes. Yeah awesome awesome Well before we talk too much about bulk state and we'll talk about that later and you you really have had a varied path to the flight deck and one thing i want to mention is That you are Ex or retired navy. yes. I was in the navy. Four I just did one term for years but I'm a veteran cool. We appreciate your service and all those that are listening right now. So we'll talk a little bit about that too transitioning as a veteran because You know we do a lot of career. Coaching with veterans coming out. There are some unique things. It's it's definitely different world. that's for sure. Yeah for sure but genesee you. You took a different path and we're talk a little bit about that You became a sea pilot instructor and didn't go the route of the airlines which It was seems like that was kind of the direction. You may have been Heading towards so a lot of people are. I'm sure they're gonna be saying why in the world a seaplane pilot. I asked that sometimes to back. When i started flying and when i go to the military i really had no idea what i was going to do in aviation klein was not remotely in the realm of things that i was considering the time So it just kind of be. It was happenstance that i fell into Going on discovery flight and realizing i wanted to be a pilot. But i didn't know anything about aviation like nothing. I knew no pilots. Nothing so when i started flying i kind of assumed while all right i'll be an airline pilot. That's that's what you do you become pilot For delta or american. Or whatever. And then once i got my commercial rating was actually right around the fifteen hundred hours switch so before just assume as get my commercial rating star working for murph operator planning on being i And then fifteen hundred our role kitten play. Sounds like okay so now after struct this is going to be different. Also didn't really know anything besides meeting my instructor for the first time didn't know anything With that was like or or what that could be like But then i actually kinda enjoyed instructing a little bit. And i started down that path and then i realized i don't know about actually want to go be an airline pilot. I liked. I mean. I like flying smaller aircraft. I started looking into more of the adventure. Type flying i even i debated before going fixed-wing being a helicopter pilot. I'm so i was kinda just all over the place. Since i was so new into aviation in general i just wanted to explore the different avenues. Before i committed to going to the airline route. I felt like the airline route was a safety net. Were all pilots can end up going to the airline route And then i started working actually an aircraft maintenance job because i also thought about getting my amp license. And i wanted to know more about maintenance and and really just general aviation as as a whole and i felt like working at a maintenance shop would have Did give me a lot of information about the industry. And and i met some incredible incredible people on the way And that made. It shop was at winter haven airport which everyone knows is is jack. Browns is so just one day. I decided i was like you now. I have no idea what. I'm going to use this four but i feel like one day i might use it so i just over a weekend. I went over to jack. Rowell's got my seaplane. And then i think maybe it was a year later that i actually started doing some seaplane instructions so i didn't do anything with were while and then it just kinda started to fall into place after that

Jeanette Duffy Navy Genesee Murph Klein Winter Haven Airport Jack Browns Rowell
Anjanette Young, victim of botched Chicago police raid, cancels meeting with mayor

John Williams

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Anjanette Young, victim of botched Chicago police raid, cancels meeting with mayor

"Worker and Jeanette Young. The woman whose home was raided by Chicago police, as it turns out, incorrectly, has scrubbed plans to meet with Mayor Lori Lightfoot. As well as be part of a public forum with members of City Council and Police Superintendent David Brown. It's over disagreements on how those gatherings would proceed. Under current covert 19 restrictions on indoor gatherings. The raid on her home in the city's handling of it is lead. You angry reactions from members of the clergy, lawmakers and civil rights activist who decried it is done only racist but an affront to the dignity of black women.

Jeanette Young Mayor Lori Lightfoot Police Superintendent David Br Chicago City Council
Anjanette Young, Who Was Handcuffed Naked During Wrong Police Raid, Agrees To Meet With Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot

Sunday Standards

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Anjanette Young, Who Was Handcuffed Naked During Wrong Police Raid, Agrees To Meet With Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot

"Outside of Chicago Police headquarters Sunday Rainbow Push Coalition led a march to protest the police raid on the home of anti net young body camera video showed Young was handcuffed naked while police searched her home person they were actually looking for was in another apartment. Jeanette Lewis of Rainbow Push criticized the officer's actions They broke in that woman's apartment. She told him. I was the wrong place that wouldn't even let her put on clothes. They didn't fix the restored apartment, left her naked and vulnerable. Her apartment of vulnerable for anyone to enter. Young has since agreed to a meeting with Mayor Lightfoot. Until the

Chicago Police Headquarters Su Jeanette Lewis Rainbow Push Young Mayor Lightfoot
The Real Housewives of Atlanta Recap

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:05 min | 1 year ago

The Real Housewives of Atlanta Recap

"Atlanta atlanta. Okay so we have two new faces. Who grace us in this episode. We have looked toya who is a friend of and we have drew sonora. Who has the fast housewife of the season. Well and we have a third person. If you count drew's husband ralph. who is. He is hot but he is also a little too much unpacked there. So i can't wait till we get to that final scene but yes. He is at first glance a very attractive man and we know how we all feel about getting a new hothouse husband. But there's much to do. There are a Twa comes into our lives very an interesting fashion because kenya usually does not warm up to new people. But she's all about the toyota innocent even her friends. Candy's friend right. Her lower third is candy's friend. That kenya stole link is not very common for kenya. Take to a newbie like this. I'm getting crushed vibes and there was a hint of that in the super team for the season where kenya says something about. I've got a crush on her or something along those lines. So we're definitely seeing the beginning of this girl crush that may ultimately become something else. I don't know but it is not characteristic of kenya to be taking to somebody like this right. I kind of hope that marriage has put kenya off so much that she's just like you know what women women now i mean. It wouldn't surprise me also does drew starting the show in a boot make you think of brandy from beverly hills. That is such a great point. I didn't make the connection before. But yes so really. She has the makings of becoming a great housewife late. There's something about the lucky boot and let us not forget. Porsche was in a boot at bravo con. So there's a lot of good luck there. Yes yes yes yes. We found out a lot about drew's marriage. Can we just get to that part. Yeah definitely there's yeah for sure okay. Because drew and her husband. Ralph are living with drew's mom. Yeah we'll technically. She's living with them. Well the mcdan- right. Yes that sounds like a recipe for divorce. That's i don't know how else to say especially in quarantine like it's it's just not setting yourself up for success. Definitely not i mean pastor. Jeanette seems like quite a character. And i also love when we get a new housewife. We get potentially a hot house husband and we got a mom who's going to be a big character and we got that in her. But i feel like quarantine or not. I'd be like after a certain amount of time. Mom you gotta go back home because we got got a situation going on here with my family that needs to be worked on and clearly. There's a lot of work to be done Andrew and ralph's relationship.

Kenya Drew Atlanta Toya Sonora TWA Ralph Toyota Candy Beverly Hills Porsche Jeanette Andrew
Bodycam video shows Chicago police handcuff innocent, naked woman while they raid wrong house

Anna Davlantes

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Bodycam video shows Chicago police handcuff innocent, naked woman while they raid wrong house

"The The Law Law department department attempted attempted in in court court this this week week to to block block a a local local news news station station from from airing airing body body camera camera footage footage of of Chicago Chicago police police officers officers raiding raiding and and innocents innocents Woman's Woman's home. home. And handcuffing her while she was naked. During today. City Council meeting Alderman Byron Sexual Lopez ripped the police department. We have a systemic issue, the police brutality, Ms Young Call out the police. 43 times, 43 times. So the now's of these plus on illegal on wrong, Miss taken rate Mayor Lightfoot, accusing him of not having the fact we deal with counsel as an ethical responsibility. We never deal directly with the plainness. So the city filed a request to have the woman and Jeanette Young sanctioned for allegedly violating a confidentiality order.

The Law Law Department Departm Alderman Byron Sexual Lopez Chicago Mayor Lightfoot City Council Police Department Jeanette Young
Millions of Americans travel for Thanksgiving despite spike in Covid cases

All of It

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Millions of Americans travel for Thanksgiving despite spike in Covid cases

"Americans are traveling ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday despite a record number of new Corona virus infections in the U. S. Triple A spokeswoman, Jeanette McGee is urging people to check Cove in 19 restrictions and guidelines when they reach their destinations. Plan ahead, check with state and local authorities where you are a longer out to understand what what's happening in those areas and are there certain rules and regulations that you're going to need to follow before you get there? And when you return home, the seven day average of daily new infections now stands at about 172,000 in the U. S, according to Johns Hopkins University.

U. S. Jeanette Mcgee U. Johns Hopkins University
What are the origins of English

Tai Asks Why

02:40 min | 1 year ago

What are the origins of English

"Think if it is a bunch of. It is probably a bunch of women, MOMS and aunts on the island of England. That's probably the people who invented the English language and they were called angles. So they didn't even call English. They called it anguish. My Name's Tom Howell and I used to write the Oxford Dictionary encounter and I wrote a book called the Rude Story of English and it is a history of some dudes and some woman thousand five hundred years ago trying to invent the language. So in a sense when you learned English. From the older people in your family. They are inventing English in a way because that is going to be a bit different. From the English that their grandparents spoke and then their great grandparents spoke and so on and so on and so on. Until when you go back far enough, it would be very difficult for us now to understand like great. Great. Great. Great. Great. Great great grandparents, saints which other think of how friend and neighbor are spell differently neighbors eat before I, friend is I before e friend came from one place where they said free owned once upon a time and neighbor came from another place where they were saying. It was actually called a near Ghabbour. You know has GM neighbor Mrs Weird thing we don't pronounce it now. It's just people stop pronouncing it properly but. Once upon a time, they would've been like, no, it's wrong to say neighbor without Jeanette they would have been like the correct way to say that is Nia Gabor because it was a boor who lived near you. So generations go by people make mistakes people say things a bit differently. People put on funny voices. Things Change. Now we say neighbor instead of new? Kabar I guess it is. The English is so complicated because it comes from all around the world. Yeah. What recalled English today like if you look up a word on the Internet to find out where it came from could come from anywhere. Like bungalow comes from India but you know even if you went back all the way to what the angles were saying, their language also came from all around the world like their language came from. Iraq and India and Russia and all kinds of weird places like people have been talking to each other for at least one, hundred, thousand years. So all of us, any point in history might say who invented our language and the odds would almost be some not dudes some arts and mother's thousand, five, hundred years ago. kind of doesn't matter where you are. That's always kind of be the answer.

England Tom Howell Mrs Weird Nia Gabor Oxford Dictionary GM India Jeanette Ghabbour Iraq Russia
A Culture of Silence

In The Thick

05:44 min | 1 year ago

A Culture of Silence

"Hey welcome to the. podcast politics, race, and culture from a multi layered POC perspective I'm money. and. Joining us from Overland Ohio professor. Jeanette. Is Cultural anthropologist author and professor of Comparative American Studies at Oberlin College Hey Gino welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me and thank you for being in Ohio. We need you and joining us from New Jersey. Also, very important state is Pam Gumbo spot mashes a veteran of foreign policy organizer and a senior political strategist. At the Working Families Party welcome. Pam. Thank you so much for inviting me. All right. So we are looking at a sad story, the story of Vanessa Gin. But we're going to put it into a larger context. Right? We hope everybody knows the story of. She's twenty year old specialist in the US Army who went missing from Fort Hood army base in Killeen Texas, which is about. Fifty minutes away from Austin. Right at the end of April. When many of us at least here in the east coast were in the throes of like pandemic insanity more than two months. Later, there was an extensive manhunt. Finally, there was a grassroots campaign led by let the women service members and veterans, and there was national each and the family was finally told that their daughters remains had been found with the backdrop of a global pandemic and you know this real. For Racial Justice long-held accusations have reemerged into the national spotlight around the military sexual violence in the military. Violence and how you protect yourself from other people who have guns and you're living on a base in the military and so many other intertwined injustices in systems that ultimately were responsible for says, disappearance and death. So Pam you've been actively involved in the campaign for justice for Vanessa is well is speaking out on these issues in fact, for years Gina You as an academic have written extensively about the military's relationships specifically with Latino and Latina communities. So gene, we're going to start with you talk about the significance of this case and what it's putting into the national spotlight from your perspective. Well, as you say, this is such a tragic set of circumstances that brings us here together but I think it's also really kind of an important opportunity to honor Vanessa's life and. Hannity, incredible activism, an extraordinary advocacy of her sisters, her younger sister Lupe and her other sister and her mother to bring this to national attention and I. Think. For me one of the things that. So extraordinary about this is that for some people, this is new that this is something that is surprising to people because I think for many people like Pam and others who are have been in the military know that issues of sexual violence and sexual harassment in the military have a long history. And Violence Against Latinos and the way that in social media and used media have framed this as femicide. We also know that this has a long history in our communities alongside history and our communities. So for me, this is a real opportunity to draw attention to things that we don't want to pay attention to enter really hold our elected officials accountable to addressing these longstanding problems that have is incredible impact. On Latina's and women's lives and on their families and communities that they have sworn to protect and that they have enlisted in the military to try to protect, and so I see this as a tragedy that is also a real opportunity. Pam Do you see it the same way tragedy? That's an opportunity from your perspective as somebody who served in the military what stands out about the importance of this case I. Will tell you. I. Organized Around Pretty Heavy topic sprayed ending wars, militarism violence holding the department, of Defense, accountable and when I heard about the disappearance, right because we can't forget that she was disappeared choose disappeared for months and I learned about it through Spanish language media and social media networks not through the English. Media networks and the sowed and devastating part is that Vanessa is one of thousands on thousands. And I think the social media explosion that happened with Vanessa that Hashtag shows you how prevalent this is what is different however, I do think that we are in a reckoning moment in this country where everyday people are no longer satisfied with hypocrisies. Yeah and what greater of hypocrisy than the daughter of an immigrant joining the military to give her life for what rate what caught my ear when I heard. Gloria. Vanessa. Ganz immigrant mother on the Spanish language news. She was very clear about what was happening. She said me e my daughter told me that she was being sexually harassed by a superior right and nothing was done. There was little to no urgency. has also done what often doesn't happen, which is she has not treated the military the Department of Defense generals she has not treated them with blind allegiance or ability. She has said I don't care that I'm a working class, Latina you're going to respect me and you're going to give me answers which is different right and I think that blind allegiance we'll get into it but blind allegiance to the. Institutions have really lead US astray and not had any accountability for

Vanessa Gin PAM Ohio Professor Of Comparative Ameri Working Families Party Oberlin College Jeanette Us Army New Jersey Professor United States Killeen Texas Department Of Defense Fort Hood Austin Gina You Hannity
Florida’s Pam Bondi, Jeanette Nuñez to address Republican National Convention

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Florida’s Pam Bondi, Jeanette Nuñez to address Republican National Convention

"Speakers for day number two of the Republican National Convention. Jeanette Nunez says she's honored to speak up and out on behalf of President Trump, She says her goal is to verbalize exactly what's at stake November 3rd. Sometimes people don't really pay attention to politics get turned off by the negativity, but I think that there's really issues about the future of this country. The future freedom, she said. She'll begin her speech by telling her story of how our parents fled Cuba in search of a better life in America. And now this became the driving force of her political career. Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is also speaking today, along with first lady Melania Trump and Trump's Children, Eric and Tiffany. Wendy Grossman.

President Trump Jeanette Nunez Wendy Grossman Pam Bondi Cuba Tiffany Florida Attorney America Eric
Asia Today: No masks on red carpet as Taiwan logs few cases

Purity Products

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Asia Today: No masks on red carpet as Taiwan logs few cases

"At Taiwan's annual film festival after keeping its Corona virus outbreak, So a few 100 cases actors lined up for photos with no social distancing Saturday night and despite a recent spike and Corona virus cases in the U. S. Florida Lieutenant governor Jeanette Nunes remains confident. What you've seen is an increase in cases your Florida across the sun belt, but it doesn't come with a proportionate increase in fatalities. You see our fatality rate We have been able to manage that. Nunes, speaking on Fox is America's news headquarters. Meanwhile, Louisiana Governor

Jeanette Nunes Florida Taiwan Louisiana America FOX
Miami - South Florida Sets New Single-Day Record for Coronavirus Cases Since Reopening

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - South Florida Sets New Single-Day Record for Coronavirus Cases Since Reopening

"This weekend the sunshine state sets a new single day record of covert nineteen cases since re opening lieutenant governor Jeanette Nunez says the numbers are only increasing because of the volume of testing being done you look at like to take your pick for example I think it has been our largest test result date to date we had roughly fifty five thousand test results congresswoman Debbie more car sold Powell is calling on state and county officials to address the lack of contact tracing before South Florida moves into phase two of re opening

Jeanette Nunez Powell South Florida Debbie
"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"I would I would talk to my fourteen year. Old Self may fourteen year olds off was really bad at math with starting to struggle with depression and eating disorders and was pretty freaked out by the world and I would tell her that She could look forward to a really awesome life and doing really hard things that are unimaginable right now but to stick in her pocket the knowledge that she could do hard things. I love that I love that I remember being young and thinking. I was terrible at math. I told myself this story and realizing how capable we are much later on in life that I love that. So if you were to The transitioning from this earth and you had a nugget of gold wisdom or that you wanted to leave behind for the next generation as your legacy. What would it be and I feel like emotional but other people matter above all else they love that I am? I was asked this question by someone else on another podcast and it was funny because in the past it's always been like you're a very powerful and I took it a second and I always find the humanity and the other people because I think so many times we just. We want to put people into buckets and we become so self obsessed and We all matter every yeah. Yeah we can't do it alone. We would be very very bored. We're learning right now. If we didn't have other people a hundred percent I love the human capacity for connection and love and creativity that I'm finding like all the weird creative ways that we're finding to connect to each other and give each other like little love notes you know whether it's virtually or drive bys my daughter doesn't know yet but her birthday's coming up and and so I am. I have just organized a parade right a car parade outside enemies so much fun And it's just it's really cute because you see how much people want to connect and and be available and I think it's beautiful. I want to thank you so much for spending time with me today and sharing your wisdom with our audience if people want to follow your journey. Where can they go? Yeah absolutely so I Journey coaching it's Jr. and I and we are at journey dot. Co and you can find us on Instagram at journey coaching. I am kindness. Gangsta on instagram. And if are interested in learning about how to become a coach using the science that I talked about. Today it's journey. Dot Co back slash podcast? Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you thank you so much for joining today. I loved this conversation. A little heartedly. We are amazing beings with the ability to get in front of ourselves or old patterns and trauma with a bit of self awareness and some basic rewiring. You can find no l. At Journey DOT CO and on instagram at kindness. Gangsta as always subscribe to this podcast lever of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. Ms Dot Schneider or the lives movement at love is viral dot media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deepen the work with me to uncover your messaging before you pass it on to your children or the people you influence order my book. Lor Harnessing your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every day..

Ms Dot Schneider Dot Co Noble Dot Com depression Co Amazon Jr.
"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Gold with Jeanette Schneider negative inspiration for a bigger better more purposeful life each week. We share wisdom insights in gold from those living. Their lives after twenty three years in finance. I left my executive role to advocate for. Women and girls in life love the boardroom and the marketplace now the CEO of lived media. I am thrilled to create wellness base content and technology southie level up and become more conscious of your ripple the live. App launched Christmas Day for Apple. Ios This purposeful content big conversations and a beautiful place for us to share our gold. Our Dreams and create community. Gold is a live media production brought to you from the sound studio at the live headquarters Elizabeth Cavaliers there is such thing as narcissism but the pathological and nurses Dick Personality Disorders. Where the darker issues lie. In this conversation Elissa shares the clinical definitions of nurses them gas lighting. And what it means to walk on eggshells. She offers advice for those. Who are insist how to protect your heart and how to leave them. Elissa is a psychotherapist in private. Practice located in Sherman Oaks California. She received her bachelor's degree at cow. Poly State and her master's in social work at the University of Southern California. She's provide clinical treatment with the child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinic at Harbor. Ucla with the Child and Family Guidance Center and as an independently since contractor with canceling for kids she has experienced providing nine years of therapy in the outpatient and residential setting her professional experience also includes providing supervision for mental health professionals and individual and group setting currently in private practice. She treats anxiety depression and trauma using a combination of cognitive behavior. Therapy and inner child killing. Let's stick in welcome to go. This is John Schneider and I'm so excited with me today. Elissa cow. Thank you for joining. Thank you so much for having me. I am excited to talk to you because I have. We have a topic today. That has come up in a lot of my conversations. And it's so interesting because I feel sometimes that certain words are used almost in pop culture as catch alls and not necessarily because someone's received the diagnosis spoke because we like to diagnose our friends and the people that we've either been in love with or currently in love with and so I wanted to talk to you because of the fact that you've you've written about this is something that you cover in your practice I want to talk about narcissism and I've had so many people reach out to me and say can you provide some contacts or content so that we understand How to support one another when it comes to dealing with someone with narcissistic personality disorder. And what the differences between that and someone who might just be self absorbed because I think sometimes we like to like throw bucket catch off raises at people and I was curious from your perspective. If you would be able to kind of help set the stage for us as to the difference between and then maybe we could dig in a little bit too it. Someone could expect to see if they're actually dealing with someone in their life. Who has this as a disorder? Sure so look off by talking about what narcissism in right. So what does he do? Demand is a grandiose sense of self it the kind of like exploitation of behavior where you lack empathy and you take advantage of people and you're really only concerned about yourself right so that's kind of like the narcissism that we hear in pop culture but but but we also have a we also have healthy narcissism and know. That's kind of weird to hear because every time somebody hears the word narcissism attached to something incredibly negative but what healthy narcissism is. Is this ability to kind of take pleasure in your joys. WanNa share what you've done with your friends? It's the ability to be able to believe in yourself if they -bility to be able to be proud of what you've done right. I think everybody has certain level of healthy narcissism to be able to engage in public speaking to be able to Teacher subject to be able to go on public and be the center of attention but then we have something called pathological narcissism which entered the realm of narcissistic personality disorder These are the people who take the truth from the first example but then they are. Those behaviors ongoingly. This is who they are. They frequently like to be in the center of attention. They need to be in the center of attention and they will do anything they can to make things about themselves and this includes Hurting the people they love or supposed to live this. Include lying to the people closest to that and this include exploiting others for personal gain because the difference between healthy narcissism and pathological isn't healthy narcissism. It the moment Perry thing I like you can go in public and you can be can feel like wow what. I'm saying a really good. I'm really proud of myself. And then he's talked to cody. I'm and you're kind of back to reality and like wow. That was great. And then you can make things about other people and you can be there for other people that healthy narcissism them but then with pathological narcissism inability to stop it. It is never about other people in always about that. One person that makes them does and I'm curious because this debate that I've heard with a lot of folks in kind of the personal development space do you think that Pathological Narcissism or personality sort of nurses do personality disorder are. Is that an issue with. Is THAT BRAIN. Chemistry is it learned because of trauma. What is the trigger to heading down that road when you're talking about the the more complicated complex and darker version of narcissism is it? Is it something that has to do with our brain chemistry or is it something that we have created in order to survive? I'M GONNA actually go with. This is a really good question. I'm going to go with a lottery explanation. This is something that people human beings have created in order to survive oftentimes look got people with true narcissistic clinical personality disorder have a severe and complex childhood history of trauma Way So you know what we see as they live in environments that was neglectful non affirming and and really just overall abusive one other mental emotional physical and so in order for them to shut down parts of themselves right. They had developed this coping mechanism. And they believe somehow this is narcissism really developed in an effort to To not feel weak again Get taken advantage of again. So it's A. It's a math that put on but then it is. It has to be extreme and it's developed the survival mechanism in order to not get hurt again and to really limit their vulnerability arrive. Keep all so you can see kind of narcissistic tendencies in junior high school. Back right after High School really becomes solidified into like a personality. Yeah and I know we joke around. That children are primarily assisted in nature because the world revolves around them and they take a lot of responsibility for what happens. The world thinking that Divorces there fall Struggles are their fault. They they really do that but then as they get older. Eight nine ten. They start to actually see that. They're kind of interwoven and interconnected with the world around them and it's not necessarily so much about them so it sounds like those. Those kids who are in trauma traumatic family situations have a tendency to kind of this becomes just who they are. They're kind of rewiring themselves in order to survive and do narcissus recognize that they're narcissist. That's a good question And I know a lot of people. I want to kind of backtrack a little bit. I know a lot of people especially.

Elissa Jeanette Schneider Apple CEO Adolescent Psychiatric Clinic executive Sherman Oaks California University of Southern Califor Ucla John Schneider Elizabeth Cavaliers High School Family Guidance Center private practice cody Perry junior high school
"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Start clinical pharmacy services with the Public Health Department. Gosh now. Almost twelve years ago through my faculty appointment with Roseman University of Health Sciences. And so they wanted to start having having a pharmacist there. They didn't exactly know what my role would be. And it was really just me developing from the ground up and I always and one of these people who don't shy away from a challenge. I'm typical only child. I want to succeed at everything. I don't want anybody to tell me me. I can't do something right and so I took it on as a challenge and I was like you know if it doesn't work out it's fine at least I can say I tried right because I learn from every experience variance I've ever had every job I've ever had if nothing else I've learned that that's not what I wanNA do right and so I knew that going in it was going to be a a lot of work and it was going to be hard but I observed and I watched the the clinic nurses and how the providers worked and at the time time I rotated in their sexual health clinic because my background was women's health yet so I did a lot of contraception a lot of pregnancy prevention. Provide chain a lot of lactation things like that so my background was women's health and then so I started rotating the sexual health clinic than they had me doing. Vaccinations nations then I started working in. HIV became credentialed with Academy of HIV medicine. Because that became a passion of mine and then Dan also worked in tuberculosis mile so just really all things communicable disease and so my background and how I did. My residency was all in in hospital an inpatient care but I always had that like under layer of infectious disease knowledge right so I wasn't as familiar with the communicable diseases but I always had that infectious infectious disease background. And so it's sort of really married my passion to help others in such an immediate get setting with my love of sort of the data and the evidence in sort of the yeah the ability to really impact patient care and so it really married those two things together and I saw it as an amazing opportunity to increase the health and wellness of my community. So I always tease and say I may not have been the perfect pharmacist. Because I WANNA get people off their medication and I want to prevent disease and not not have a pill for every ill but I think it's a perfect fit as being a public health. Pharmacist has now I get to help. People people live their best lives right and to be healthy and well and to prevent them from getting you know things like committee egg. SF less and of course HIV. which is a a huge passion of mine? And so I think it's just grown grown over over time and now with my My love of working with the Lgbtq community because of their health disparities and because of their vulnerabilities and really that came out of a student that I had so cautious just like almost ten years ago now I had a student. I was in the middle of teaching. My Women's health lecture came up to me after class and said. Can I meet with you. Dr Madison. I said of course no problem so came to my office and disclosed to me that they were Trans Trans Masculine and wanted to know what they could. Due to get PAP smear because they still had they hadn't gone through sex reassignment surgery and then asked me if they felt that it would be appropriate to get get a hysterectomy during Christmas break and I was like Let's talk about this. Yeah that's probably not the best time for you to do your bottom surgery right right. So but the fact that they disclosed. And we're so open and honest and vulnerable and raw with me like I just was like. Wow what am I putting out that at this person felt so comfortable with me and so it really ignited this passion for for helping the LGBTQ community. And then I just happen to sort of this provider fell in my lap. His name's Rob Phoenix. He's an amazing nurse practitioner and he was looking for some help with some research studies and then I transitioned to working in his clinic. After I came back from maternity leave for the second time which was pretty amazing and so just that passion Shen in that knowledge that I can help people and I can leave work feeling like I did good news. I can't I can't our state that can't put a price on it and I just I wanna I WANNA help other pharmacists to do that. As well into their impacting their communities and they're trying to push our our profession forward and really be identified as true providers of of clinical services and clinical care. 'cause I have that luxury auxiliary and I know there's some pharmacies out there that maybe are looking for a new avenue or a new aspect to their career and I really want to advocate for public health. Well and you talked about how as humans we connection. And we need to have and what you're doing is you're providing a connection to people who don't have maybe the resource-poor I four the doctor or the specialist that they feel is maybe qualified to help them through a lot of these things. Because I mean you you research the deeply And maybe the compassion right to spend the time with them to help them with that. So I think that's a really beautiful and I love that you're you've taken the experience and education Russian and turned it into purpose work. That's really amazing Have questions that I ask everyone that. Come on the show so I have to ask you if you were to look look at a younger version of Dr Madison Young Doctor Madison before all the letters. Oh goodness you're so cute. What advice would you give her Such a good question so what I tell my younger self. I would tell her that you are destined for great things and that you will impact your community. More than you'll ever know was even possible and not to doubt yourself because you are capable you are strong and you are worthy. I love that it's really beautiful. How old would you imagine that younger version of yourself resolve to be twenty-five? Yeah Yeah it's like a year after. I graduated from Pharmacy School and I was like. What am I do what I wanted and you weren't? We've been right like I'm going to go down to win. The magic happens is when we're kind of like I don't know what I'm doing but I'm GonNa keep saying yes and leaning into the things that I love and that's when it leads you to the right stuff it it leaves your. I believe in the fact that we all have never passionate are its purpose work for US rating and we we can take these really big careers and make them purposeful. It doesn't have to be that we go off mountain for months and meditate we can. I'd like that. Yeah that would be. Have you ever vacation. If you were to be leaving this earth behind you need to leave behind a nugget gold negative wisdom for inspiration. What would that nugget nuggets look like Samaya? I knew it would be. Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. They tell my students genesis all the time so as women I feel like we never take a chance on ourselves when we don't think the situation is perfect and we don't want to take that leap of faith because we're afraid of the possibility of failing or looking like we don't know what we're doing thing and so I really feel like you know. Don't be afraid to fall tacos fall apart. We Love Them. I'm going to use that right. Yes I love So you know I I really feel like. Don't don't wait till the situation. Relation is perfect. And don't let a good opportunity pass you by because you didn't feel like you were prepared so be prepared to take take the opportunity when it comes to you and even if you don't know the answer say yes and find out yeah right so like I do that all the time and and you know the fact that you asked me to be on this podcast this fell in my lap. And I'm like Oh my gosh and I I I really feel like everything happens for a reason. And we're all where we're supposed to be at that time and at that moment and and if I could tell my younger self anything and see where I was today I would never have imagined all of the things that I've been able to accomplish and just the sheer number of opportunities so I can say that. Maybe I'm lucky but really luck is preparation and timing right so I can't say I'm lucky but I was prepared. Yeah so when those opportunities came to me I could really grasp them and think about it later right so I just kinda jumped forward and then later I'm going to go. Oh my gosh what was but ultimately you. You know I've just I've really been so blessed with the opportunity and the thread through it all has been. How do I help nope others? Yeah I think it's like the messy s right. It's like saying yes before you're ready. The Massey is I think of it as like at the Yes with the hair and the top not it with like the coffee and like I don't know you're Kinda like this is my messy. Yes I mean. You're talking about the preparation. I think the preparation is truly in my opinion. A mindset right because a a Lotta Times. I've found that I've been offered opportunity and even now like I've got I have an upcoming out. I didn't know tech. I read very thick books so I would no but I knew that this thing was leaning into I knew that it was the developers hire new. This and I said yes and then ordered Sun Books Amazon Amazon and started reaching out to mentors and be like all right. I'm doing this thing. Help me like fill out the messy. Yes like I've shown up for it but now I have to have to figure the rest of it out. I think such beautiful things come from the messy like moving forward without perfection. Right moving forward and just don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. I love it I love it. I WanNa thank you for being on the show and for everything that you share. I think it's so so important that we talk about these things. I think it's so important that people feel supported and that they have access to their their questions and concerns. If anyone wanted to follow your find you where can they go gas. It's a great question actually an launching my website called the public health farthest eleven. So Oh you can find me on the Public Health Pharmacists. It'll have all kinds of information about public health resources where to go..

Roseman University of Health S Public Health Department Doctor Madison Public Health Pharmacists Academy of HIV US HIV. Dan Rob Phoenix Shen Pharmacy School Amazon Dr Madison
"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Different ways and so many tools tactics strategies that you can implement that we skip skip the foundation of just being able to share our voice and message and add value without needing to immediately. Get someone on our email list where I look at your. Your email list is like that's your bedroom. We're having private one on one conversation with someone and they look at your blog your website as as your home rate where people people want to feel safe and welcome but we actually need to add that value interest on the DANCEFLOOR. I and not just the trust to to attract the people into our world old and build that community but to build trust in ourselves and our own message and ideas because they think so often we're trying to sell or convert or I do all of these things before we entrust our own selves that we can help people get results or solve a problem in the world. That's so profound because it's it's asking someone who comes from a business mindset right. They're looking at it as as being a business I think. Sometimes I can go into the argument that we were we kind of are raised in a patriarchal society where we feel that there's numbers and metrics and there's gotta be a performance and we have to have Roi and we have all of these acronyms and all of these data sets Delta's prove that what we're doing works because we need a funder we need to we need income or we need whatever and it's it's truly a fear based kind of mindset as opposed to that self awareness. You spoke of where you're like. I know when I'm trying to prove myself off and I think to me that that was like one of those moments where you're like. You do know those things right you know when you walk into a room and you have to put your ego on because for some reason you don't feel that you belonged there as opposed to when you walk into a room and you feel that is and you feel supported in you know that you're standing within your own grace in your own knowledge base and you can share that from a really pure place lease and I think that there is such a strong need for self awareness in business on and as a leader of an organization or someone who's who's building a brand understanding like hey this doesn't feel good and I've actually had to make some decisions even through the course of my kind of entrepreneurial journey with some of my partnerships. Ownerships thing this. This doesn't feel good because I'm being asked to make decisions that don't resonate with who I am as a person My marketing teams are asking you to do things that don't feel good. I'm looking at the people as numbers as opposed to humans and and kind of adjust some of those strategies that I can feel like I am helping someone and I imagine Odgen them in their living room with their own children and you know wanting to create some kind of change in their life so that their lives are better as opposed to having them part with cash or or their email address. So I think I love that I think I love that call to kind of creates himself awareness within yourself and understand stand What that looks like when you I read a lot about your relationship with Simple Green smoothies. And and the way you built that brand and it was like it's a really beautiful kind of comb story right. There's not this huge. Like oh we did this. Then it structured at this and we did you built it to a place where you had a personal relationship and I was watching one of your talks. Were you spoke about them. Almost being like your your clients some customers consumers or followers you thought of them as being like one person not a cut like a a group of people but one person that you were talking to. Could you talk talked me a little bit about that. Yeah so you know really getting clearer on on who is that one person that you want to transform their lives nights and you know this is this is very common in business and marketing is to come up with your your customer Avatar. Who is your ideal dream? You the client that you want to serve and and and it's one of those you know basic questions that are asked and and it's also sometimes one of the hardest because when we have a heart of service and we want to make an impact in the world we want to help everybody and their Mama like all the people and I think that this exercise invites you to get super clear on one person and it's a very challenging exercise because we don't WanNa choose just just one one we want to serve one. We want to serve all but when we get clear on like if I could just help one person change their life transform. I'm the way that they live in their day to day life. Who would that one person be? And when we can connect to that person whether you're clear on it's an actual real person or you create create that person as a coalition of of the people that you serve the becomes this laser focus clarity on how you can best help that one person. I use the same strategy when I speak on stages because I know that when I speak on a stage in front of you know one hundred three thousand whatever ever the number is that everyone has a different desire and need an struggle and fears and frustrations and they all have different outcomes. And then you try to fit everything in like imagine if you just like put every ingredient into a blender like it would just tastes like you wouldn't taste the flavor because is it just has all the things in it you know. It's like everything but the kitchen sink. And that's sometimes what happens when we try to communicate and connect with The customer that that we want to serve and serve we can really just laser focus in on like if I were to put a picture on my wall and just imagine speaking to one person. I an really diving in to their experience in the world. The good and the bad our con- our conversations become so much more intimate so much more clear and connected so inside simple green smoothies. We gave that person a name and We were like. Here's here's where she's shops. She has this many kids. She's a you know blogger and photographer on the side and trying just want her kids to be healthy and you know we. We gave her name like D. A. N. I.. Danny was her name was the name that we created and we were looking for pictures on Pinterest and just you know really connecting to that person who we were speaking to instead of saying like. Hey everybody out there say hey danny just like speaking to that one person that creates this intimacy that we can scale Oh and and to do it from a place of love and the wild thing is when we named her and we got really specific on who we were talking to so that our messaging didn't fill muddled didn't feel like everything but the kitchen sink we did a blender giveaway and the person who the actually ended up choosing to win the blender. Her name was Danny Like D. A. N. I just like the universe is like He. He did well and she like you know our Danny lived in the south. She lived in the south. She was a blogger on the side. It was just like just really really amazing. How when we get really clear on how we want to connect but the beautiful thing is but simple green smoothies little kids? You know drinking smoothies and people in their eighties so so we were still able to serve all but it just allowed us to get more clear on okay. What are the tips and tools and strategies that we could share with? Danny honey. What is she would have most pressing issues right now that we could create some content And tell stories that she could relate and resonate with versus kind of telling something that everyone fits into that and it's like if we can connect to that one person I just think that there's more depth in our experience on how we communicate Munich. Eight with them. They love that. I so I actually for from mine is a real person I was motivated by a woman and to do to build the platform that I've built on because of requests that she had so it was funny. We had a group over I'm building an APP and so we had a group over at my house that we were doing a focus I group and one of the people that are NPR marketing. Were asking me like who is your target audience. Have you really gotten clear. And I could say.

Danny Danny Like D. A. N. Delta Danny honey NPR Munich Pinterest
"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Welcome to gold.

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"In like a run down apartment but you know exactly who you are and you found a soul path. That is more valuable than being halfway off. Way Down a path that you walk unconsciously without really consciously creating a path that that let you on fire and sure you can call yourself a success but thank you. You could be a success if you don't if it doesn't let your soul and you don't love what you're doing so just discover who you are. Everything's GonNa be okay and that in for in The age that popped up was eight and I would tell that version of myself that it is safe to feel all of your feelings liens and you don't just have to be happy all the time. You're allowed to feel sad. You're allowed to feel angry. You're allowed to feel disgust. You're allowed to feel fear ear. You're allowed to feel joy you're allowed to feel excitement and down the line. You're allowed to feel sexual excitement and all of it is okay. All of it is valid. All of it it is normal and I would probably give that version of myself a few tools for feeling those feelings of the what you you know. What is appropriate expression of your anger? Or what is the appropriate expression of your grief. The appropriate expression of your fear Ear Inn really model what that might look like for that version of myself because that was around the time where those things things were starting to shut down and that I was really only allowed to you bring my best foot forward and then in the back end like alone. That's where I was grieving a lot. 'cause grief was allowed in my household but the other you know anger fears ears Discuss those were really pushed up to the sidelines. There so like there was just not really safe. Space to express express my anger and like what was modeled was more aggression. So that's really been a huge. Learning is like pulling those two apart that clean anger anger and aggression or very two very different things. So you know it. All comes down to like the feeling of the emotions identifying the emotions and really validating at their normal and they're allowed to be there. They're going to be there that he cannot run them. So you may as well ride the waves. I love that I have. I'm raising two eight ear olds. So yeah I'm raising two eight year-olds girls with big feelings and both having come from you know both families divorcing and trying to help them name their feelings and learn how to process them appropriately really Calling them out explaining them walking through them but not using them to hurt Sulfur other and so that just it just I I. I saw them as you were talking and I was just like. Oh you know it's like it's such a gift to to be able to give a child the ability to you understand themselves over there okay So thank you for that. That was like Kennedy Deuce second question for both of you guys If you the end of your lives and you're heading on your transitioning on and you need to leave behind few one to whatever her Nuggets skuld nuggets of wisdom our inspiration for the next generation. What would they be I deep okay okay? There are two things that kind of stand up to. The first one is that the point isn't happiness. The point is wholeness. And if you're chasing after happiness you'RE GONNA lose a lot of who you are but if you're on the quest for wholeness ns you'll meet all of who you are and that's the point. The point is to meet yourself fully because until you meet yourself fully. We can't really be connected to the world around us in that connection is so magical so enchanting and it's a byproduct of us being connected to the entirety of our being in the second thing. Is that your pleasure matters. And not this very hedonistic Nick viewpoint but your soul pleasure matters so what feels good in your soul is really you know. Put more of that in your day more of that in your life and live a life. That is pleasurable to your heart and your soul and you will have spent your time so wisely thirty eight like that that was really beautiful. Very powerful For me it's actually tattooed on my arm. When I got the question of thinking about it and was tech through tomorrow is the most valuable thing you you own is your story? And these are my words that that came up with and I'm also a screenwriter and filmmaker so I'm a storyteller as well as you know relationship and dating aiding in life coach and so you storytelling a lot of my sessions and That's what I'd say is the most valuable thing you owners story because I believe that you know we think we have to becomes someone else to be worthy like that amazing relationship we want to have. We think we need to become someone else and often what holds us back from that. Incredible relationship is the belief that we're actually not worthy of it. You know we want to make more money. It's about becoming more who you are. You WanNa live a more connected. Life is about with coming more who you are so I will take to sink. The roots costs into your story. Your greatest life is never by coming someone else's spy becoming more of who you are get to know for yourself deeper on a soul level and own your story because your story is is going to be the thing that's going to bring you that incredible relationship using your story because that's what makes you unique. We're all humans and we all have a story that we need to tell and by telling your story it's GonNa Change someone's life may change millions of people's lives but I use your story to change your own life by sinking deeper into embracing it good and bad all of it your stories bring you to the evolution of your highest self self and your greatest life and we don't ever need to become someone else. We need to strip all the identities that we feel. We need to be to be worthy because everything we need to be at peace is inside of our story up that that's really a fan. I mean so I think a lot about story and a lot of my work is is stripping away all of the stories of other right all of the the programming generational cultural social all of the things that you've I've been told that you are my whole thing has been. You're born perfect. Everything that comes next is information and it's a matter of how you understand that information and live through that information formation that kind of creates Your storyline and so many times we hide behind our stories or we We shove them down and try to put a big smile on on the front of them and you know I. I believe so wholeheartedly that we can offer the the world more hope and more direction when we take off the shine and show who we are and own it so that someone can't use it against just either right. That's another thing that I feel very strongly about his. We can allow people to judge us Ownership of our story. When you're an ownership of your story and you've learned how to transmute it into something positive as a force for change and for good you're no longer giving people any access or or or opportunities to to pass judgment upon you because you've even bodied it wholeheartedly I love talking to you. Guys Book Deep Thinkers. And I love that. I love it when I can get like this. What was that? I said you have such a good energy. It's been it's been a pleasure. It's great talking to you. I think you you guys I love talking to people who are like they can go deep and they can they can share from from there being as opposed. You guys have been fantastic so thank you for the work. You're doing during thank you for sharing your gold with me and I so appreciate everything that you shared today. Thank you for having us. Thank you so much for having us we we love. Thank you so much for joining me today. I Love I love this conversation so much I talk about love forever with these guys. I love Jimmy. Chelsea's advice to seek for homeless over happiness and to meet ourselves fully within and so that we may embrace the magical connection to the world around us remember that self acceptance breed so much power and the most valuable thing we have is our story you can find Jamie and Kelsey on the power couple. PODCAST A legendary Love Academy Dot Com or an it at the legendary loving Adamy as always subscribe to this podcast Lever Lever Review. And don't forget to share with your friends gold listeners. Don't forget to sign up for your thirty day live. VIP experience at love is viral dot com code gold VIP get deepen the work with me to uncover your messaging before you pass it on to your children or the people you influence. Pick up my new book. Laura Harnessing your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and inaudible dot com until next time in the words of my grandma. Love each other every day.

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"That was when it was good it was good wasn't it wasn't And then I'm a very nurturing mother you know so it's just it's really interesting to think of all of the dimensions of identity and how it's very hard You know I've in the political. Oh climate I've been asked a lot like what I am or what religion I am and I'm like I don't even want to call myself anything anymore because I feel like I'm so much more dimensional than the name that you're GonNa give me But I also recognize recognize the human experience like I find psychology and science so fascinating because we we have all of these ways of measuring and understanding people but but we continue to flex up against them. Do you know what I mean. We continue to be so multidimensional and so fascinated that it's hard to put anyone in in a box. And I think that's one of the things I find fascinating in relationship especially like now being in a romantic relationship and finding these facets the person that I'm sitting across not thinking of them just as a father or just as my partner or just as you know a a CEO of a startup but all of these different and facets that creek kind of a storyline or an or an impression and I just think it's really fascinating so you didn't hurt out. I'm over here doing my I own hurting out. I'm analyzing all of it but I do want to throw another interesting perspective into what you just said when you sit in front of your your boyfriend And you are sitting there and kind of trying to identify his multiple identities in a way. You're not just saying there is an objective. Your you're you are projecting your own identity and negotiating your personal identity with his identities because we cannot not be despite the fact that all of us ultimately end up with somebody who's very different than us all of us need somebody who essentially affirms and project the identity that we wanna have for interesting and this is why high achievers often attract other high achievers interesting because it's it's so true you're constantly trying to validate your own experience. Even with people around you so interesting I think for me. It's been it's been interesting leaving corporate America and navigating relationships and going from being co-parenting mom now to begin a relationship blending a family and kind of learning those different aspects of of self and I think for so many people who who listen I know. I have a lot of high-achieving MOMS that. Listen who are married to either supportive spouses or other high achievers and it's been really interesting hearing them navigate How to how to how to be okay with being high-achieving and be a good mom at the same time time and I was talking to a couple of women yesterday they they own three businesses between them? They're starting a restaurant group they are just. I mean they've got it and their husbands are both hide. Hi I mean Ho- high-achieving everybody and they both just had babies and talked about this new found guilty. Where yes they bring? The the nanny comes with sometimes the babies are with them in meetings people are very open to it and I think that that's the way the world has to shift recognizing that husband wife come together to create create a being and that doesn't get one of them off the hook from having to kind of Be the primary care giver but what was really interesting as hearing them talk talk about being high achieving and feeling so guilty for those moments when their kid cries out to them in once them and and those How your identities are constantly fighting one another absolutely absolutely but this is why you see a lot of women high-achieving leaving women actually taking a step back later on in life and their career so a lot of for example recent research showing their love doctors female doctors again? My areas specialisation are taking a step back in their career and going part time A couple of years in post training. Look I mean these little Oh people who cry eventually learn how to express her needs and feelings and emotions as you as you told yourself and at that point air priorities really have to become a lot more you know. The ability to negotiate between the two becomes a little more difficult than people ultimately make choices. Yes yes absolutely. I think it's a I think I'll ever. It's just fascinating this this entire. There's no answers. No perfect answers and I think relationships are so interesting and our playground on for growth. It's where we learn the most about ourselves in our relationships with others and I'm so curious for for you. What's what's your what's the the success like when you have when you work with a family and you feel like you've really Jim Pat yourself on the back? What is that? That look like is it because they've turned more towards one another that they've established butter parameters. Like what is it that it looks like when you're working with someone and you feel like it's there's been success. They're the One thing that Mike Coaching I guess. All coaching ultimately focused on is awareness. I find that so how many people live their entire life and pay you GE- costs right. Because they've no self-awareness. They cannot link there the connection between their mental focus whether focusing on their emotions and their habits and rituals and likes outcomes. Oh comes and they're kind of surprises like how to end up in such a bad marriage. How did end up? You know fifty pounds overweight. How did you end up sick cow to end of this? You know and so easy to blame other people but when you have personal awareness it's like to remember the the Matrix when you kind of wake up and you take the blue pill or the red bill and settle. Your life is different because now you are responsible for everything which means that you can solve anything so personnel awareness frizzy from all the pain in the world. And that's what I worked with Clinton. They loved the actually the podcast. I I am recording right before you. We talked About Self Awareness. And it's it's how important it is to kind of own your place and your role in in in events and where we stand right link rather than the heart of this happen. It's okay did this. And how do we. How do I change on on a go? Forward wanted to ask a couple questions I ask I ask everyone If you were to look at a younger version of yourself based on your life experiences this today how old would he be. And what advice would you give him. I would speak to my twenty year old self i. I think twenty's a really important age. You know you're you're no longer teenager by. You're not a real adult yet and what I would. Demand of myself is to take my life to a higher level And what I would recommend myself is to three major things. The first one is travel more traveled the world as much as possible and by the way the world traveler. But I would have done on more the second thing is Yoga Olga. I am a huge fan of yoga. It is such a wonderful thing so many men shy away from Yoga. So one of the thing all of my clients will hear about is Yoga Olga. Yoga Yoga it. It will make you strong toolmaking powerful. You bring you peace of mine. It's just wonderful and the third thing and don't laugh this I would. I would hire a coach. A life coach early. They could my first flight. Coach was hired when I was in my forties and as soon as I worked with my coach maybe five or six sessions in ask myself. Why did I do this? Twenty years earlier. Miami Tire career would have been different. My entire outcome would have been indifferent because again the sooner you wake up from the Matrix the sooner you have sense of awareness about your ability to lead your own life the better better your life will be so you know. That's the advice that would be. I love that. I believe that we have to travel the world because we need to see how small we truly are and and then how connected we can be as humans and I practice yoga like a crazy person. So there with you. It's that and my coach changed my life And I think once you can provide yourself some separate separation I think from your own thoughts and provide provided perspective. That not only do you get and I think that's one of the beautiful links that I've seen what you just said is your offered perspective through World Travel through the answers that you on your Yoga Mat and through having an and an objective. Third Party helping you kind of navigate so I love that last question for you if you were to be leaving this earth and you needed to leave fine wanted to leave behind some gold nuggets of wisdom or inspiration For the next generation. What would it be? I'M GONNA GONNA share the advice. I got from my father. eighty-three-year-old Dad who is my best friend in the world and my father is a man who's done amazing things my father you know I can. I don't want a list of his accomplishments but he's he's been a winner and a loser many a times alike his some really big things in his life he was is a very important man. WHO's the newspapers used to write a mountain all the time and at eighty-three asked my dad? So what do I need to know. And he says to me guy have very very strong relationships with your wife and your children everything else will disappear and the real substance of life is family It's very powerful my I had the blessing listing of being with some loved ones right before they passed and the resounding clarity was love. The people around you love the love. Your family don't chase after things. Don't run after things but love the people who will surround your bed the day that you're dying so absolutely absolutely absolutely yeah. I know it's really beautiful while I am so thankful that you join me today. If people want to find out more about you can go married too busy dot com married married too busy busy dot com and your podcast is of the same name as I write married too busy. I love it very busy. Show I love it well. Thank you so much for being on gold and sharing your gold and I appreciate all that you you offer today. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for joining today. I absolutely one hundred percent adore the notion that your partner is the power player in your life life and to those singled out there worried about clocks. I hope you find some relief in the idea that you find the best person for you. Not someone else's timeline. If you WANNA find Guy Yeah I had to marry too busy dot com and subscribed his podcast by the same name as always. Please subscribe to this. PODCAST leave review. And don't forget to share with your friends gold old listeners. Don't forget to sign up for your thirty day. VIP EXPERIENCE AT LOVES VIRAL DOT COM CODE GOLD VIP in all caps. Get deepen the work with me to uncover your messaging aging before you pass it on to your children or the people you influence. Pick up my new book..

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"I'm excited to have join me today on Gold Guy Golan. Thank you so much for joining my show. I appreciate you absolutely. Thanks for having of course so you are going to help us figure this out this this work versus life That we struggle with an I. I'm very interested in your platform. And I know that you talk to high performing high-achieving executives and individuals who are also trying to figure out how to live healthy lives and I wanted to kind of dig in with euro so as to I mentioned to you before we get started. I don't believe in the word balance I believe in presence but sometimes when we're we're busy we're trying to achieve. We have relationship with success. It's very hard to achieve also in other areas of our lives. And I'm so curious if you could kind of share are with us a little bit about your practice and what you see with with families who come to her looking to achieve some type of normalcy in a very high achieving eating life. Thanks for having me. So I'm a executive life coach. Who Specializes in high performers specifically specializing specializing people in medicine? Finance law. In Tech along with all other professions that require all of the valuable time time on earth than there is and more importantly I really work closely with supporting spouses. Every single person has a completely unique challenge orange and different reason for hiring me as a coach however everybody has some similarities. Ultimately it comes down to the ability off. People to manage expectations of the workplace would expectation of this thing called family in life. How do do you feel that they when you when you start coaching with with folks when you sit down with them especially with high achieving executives? I can imagine you know. There's a a lot of strain and stress and I when I was in finance. I traveled around the country and it was very hard for me because I had this expectation of you work very long hours. You're paid very very well. And it's almost kind of a badge of honor to be like I haven't slept in so many hours or yeah I've been in hills for sixteen hours or haven't seen my family or I haven't gone to the gym like those were badges of honor to prove that you've legged died for the cause but in the meantime mm-hmm my then husband soon to be ex husband was questioning. Hey we got a little person at home who misses you and that was really hard to be a travelling Mother realizing the expectations of work It almost feels like you. You can't let them down and but then you're trying to find ways to make it okay on the other side. I honestly didn't realize how badly or deeply affected my daughter until it transitioned way from Corporate America and when I started traveling for my new venture She stopped me one day and she says Mommy. It can't go back to the way it was and I had no. Oh idea how deeply even though he told me like. Hey I'm worried about your priorities I didn't know how deeply it had affected her until she had like a very visceral reaction to mom's about to travel again. Dan and I'm so curious when you're talking to people who are in these types of roles do they. What's overwhelm like what's the feel that they have when they they come to you are they? Are they frustrated or are they hoping to get their spouses to understand. Are they feeling like they're failing in one aspect of their life. Are they coming to you. As as like their whole human like. I don't know how to make this work. Let's unpack this. I mean your your case that he's a wonderful and very common case study. I mean unfortunately I'm not happy about it. You know the divorce and the outcome of it. It's it's so common. Most of us in the United States states and now this is really becoming a worldwide phenomenon so even some Confucius science right so eastern societies especially in Korea Japan and and now China. You see the same thing happening. There is a formula for happiness that is sold to us. which is you work hard? You are ultra tre successful new job and you'll be happy and for many people this you called it. The cost right about the costs right. This cause of becoming super successful missile becomes a lifelong journey so during high school when everybody kind of parties you things that other kids don't do right or do in college he started taking internships. You're highly driven. Your highlight dedicate your success Then you go to Grad school then you do the to the NBA. Okay and then you take the first analyst job and you're working eighty ninety hours a week and there is expectation that down the line. This is all going to pay off right so Ebony people place their entire identity under job and the success that is going to be coming out of this job right so in essence we definer sells through or success. The problem is that successes in moving finishing line right. You can never really reach it because there's always another step due to climb and when you bring other people into the work into your life such as a partner such as children they on different things from you then were formula. Success has to offer and this word the tension begins most couples. What do you when you're you're when you're working with them? What are some of the tips or strategies to help them? Start to kind of get. That grander perspective. I think that's the one thing that was important and for me as I had to almost kind of step away from the grind had almost kind of get some higher level perspective to be able to intervene like but I've got these goals and have got this and I have this event that I have to hear and they need me for this and I had to kind of get outside of that initiate from like that thirty thousand foot view before I could realize I have tied my entire identity to this. I don't believe they can do anything without me And it was. It was a struggle for me to realize an it was. I'm not as important as I think I am. In a lot of ways right I'm not. I'm also not relying on some of my teammates and my colleagues And kind of taking that EGO and identity out of it and realizing a lot of ways like nick. I've made these choices right. It's yeah you're you have this identity with success but at some point in time you're making choices that are are hurting other areas of your life absolutely right so coaching starts always with taking full accountability and responsibility for your life. Your decisions your focus right and your feelings. So when I work with high achievers and when I work with their spouses or couples I actually firmly believe in respecting. There needs to be cheaper so I always tell the support express. Don't tell your husband a wife that they're working too much and their depth around priorities because you cannot ask somebody who dedicated their entire lives or twenty s or thirty s right. Who who fought this big big fight? The climbed big mountain to give it up for you. It's not realistic..

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Welcome to Golden Jeanette Schneider negative inspiration for a bigger better more purposeful life a left corporate America to advocate for women and girls in life love the boardroom and the marketplace is based on what women wished they would've known girls this is purposeful content big conversations the financial crisis began to feel completely different direction she put herself through was forever altered a management the following six years immersed in the birth world from carrying the right questions and deconstructing beliefs and paradigms which no longer serve our new alignment defy most recently the host and creator of the Virtual Summit entitled the Rebirth Of Women Together today amended I talk about Motherhood and the reason why it can shape us to our core how children are Mir's Eerie Quince herself with her new gifts let's dig in connect with you so much because you and I have a very similar back story it was so fascinating to talk to someone who came from the same world where people are confused about get it you know and I think initially when I was sort of absorbed so I think when you meet who is also been in that world you immediately have into this place of of grace and soul and following purpose and I was shift in me where my identity as being like I used to call myself something to me are becoming a mother did something to me created this desire to he like what was that transition like and how did you make the decision that you wanted to support Aleutian When I had been working my job do I kind of knew the gag you know I knew I knew enough to know the GIG and so I sort of started doing some exploration ensued notes to everyone that I was working with because I just had to ah I initially kind of got pulled towards because I really was following gene drawn towards and so I sort of started laying that groundwork and then and when we had to unwind all the CDs you remember that I remember yeah it was really shortly after that but I think I kind of was like you know throwing the intention out to to make some type of transition and thirteen and I was laid off on the exact same day that I found out excited that it was happening because I could see it coming down the pipeline you I totally did I really did and I have kind of a newfound you had something else else cooking it's so frightening because like I've had this deep desire and the the the world of finance and the worlds need to feel connected in some way and I found myself wanting to do that and eventually I will the and just travels all over the world and one day I will follow her to a retreat but it felt a sense of relief that on the day that you found out you're pregnant you're also like oh I'm I want to move into massage therapy or how did your your business get started to where you actually started you know when you're carrying a baby or even trying to conceive you're sort of yes I assume now after I had been laid off I was practicing massage therapist Xue really felt like a natural extension of something that I could offer end inspiring I feel like you and I was still in the heights of Corporate America and in my career when I had my daughter and I wish I would have and I didn't have maternal figures around me or like mckesson which is the transformation of a woman as she becomes what is like to be a mom I felt like I was I was shocked women in the space of becoming mothers I wish we could get back to that mindset of it takes and reading articles about the five best ways to breastfeed or the three best ways to do this or the I couldn't agree more there's definitely sort of Ns like commoditisation log about the internal shifts that happen once got it let's talk about all of it let's shed light let's have the real in the raw conversations covering old messaging and covering storyline so that you can be the best version of yourself when you.

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Welcome to gold with Jeanette Schneider negative inspiration for a bigger battery more purposeful corporate America to advocate for women and girls life love the boardroom and the marketplace now the CEO of my own media company my goal is to change the world for my daughter and her friends my first Book Lor Harnessing Your Pass to create your future drop late twenty eighteen and is based on what women wish they would have known when they were girls this is purposeful content via conversations and safe place for us to show our gold and our dreams for the future we record every week from the sound studio at the space lv we Zupan grass had the dream life a big beautiful home cars votes and a perfect marriage with a fantastic has been but all of that came crashing down after the great financial crisis of two thousand eight forcing them to sell everything but also inspiring chapter two of their lives at least shares with us the struggles she faced after leaving Australia I start in New York City now she went from Nineteen fifties style housewife to a self reliant entrepreneur lease upon glasses founder and CEO of canvas and hide a luxury that company based in Brooklyn New York claimed interior designer and fashion stylus in her Australian Homeland Lisa has over twenty years experienced has propelled her to the forefront of fashion and beauty on an international stage although she was at the forefront of the fashion industry in Australia she immersed herself a new challenge in the states and intense education intricacies of the manufacturing process to ensure quality control lisa delved into researching and learning the craft of luxury handbag construction for over a year determined I the finest quality and sustainable materials and partnership with environmentally responsible factories Lisa collaborated with factories in Italy and the US with a strong vision and meticulous research inch canvas and hide was born today listen I discussed her business being born out of necessity as a single mom turning pivots into pure oats when facing challenges and how true magic happens just outside of our comfort zone let's dig in I'm so excited to introduce audience today Lisa Pond Grassi's thank you for calling in from New York thank you for having me yeah absolutely absolutely I I'm so excited to talk to you because we have mutual friends who who put us together some people that I love in New York and they wanted to share your story and I was we were talking a little bit before we got started and there's a word that was used in conversation that has become a big word in my life that is the word pivots and I love what you're doing and your story because you have made a big pivotal in life and a lot of people are very fearful of having to change direction and so I wanted to dig into that with you because I think it's an inspiration all story and I know it starts in Sydney married with your husband two thousand eight what happened well ahead dream life I had the beautiful big house and Beautiful Goddamn beautiful 'cause votes fantastic husband perfect marriage and Two Thousand Eight was illustrated what we call the GMC 'cause we shorten everything in the crate financial crisis in a lot of people lost a lot of money including US so I remember my husband coming harm and being really really sad and saying honey we've got to sell the house and I think I'd been shopping at indy the day before I had no idea I had just had no idea and then our world the pot basically but we rallied and we sold the house and we took our daughter out of private school and sold caused and all of that and I remember saying to him honey why don't we just take amber a little girl and go away for you go somewhere really different and have a change of scenery and I don't know have a sea change so we did and we came to New York and that was the beginning of this pot of the journey that I guess is is chapter to allow lives in that chapter two I know that you you shared with me that you know you're looking for I start but it seems like every time you guys would start to be like okay direction change there was a new little like bump in the script like it was like okay let's just see about that and you mentioned that you had a trusted friend who is going to help you kind of rebound so yes I had a friend that I'd known since nineteen who is a loya and he befriended both of us when we moved to New York does he live there as well and he said Oh I'm investing in these Hedge Fund and I can get you in which is apparently how they speak are now no and and my husband who had had lost a substantial amount of money was tentative at first and then you know poodle obedient and then he had the return uh-huh and then we had the statements of money that we were making that was being rolled back in and we did that for a number of years king and we were accruing credit or capital into this fund and turns out that none of it was real it was a Ponzi game and he threw himself in the Hudson survived and is now in jail but it was just another you ride another bump in the road and other hurdle how could we have been so stupid after everything we'd been through you know really blamed ourselves for maybe not doing the right thing diligence and working at all out wow it just you never know who you can trust and who you can't but yeah he he took a Lotta people down including his on family and his closest closest friends it's interesting to me because I come back I come from the financial services background I it was in in finance and it's it's so amazing how predatory behavior can can infiltrate that part of the world and you talk about kind of rescuing people or not me I've seen this in in some of the hedge funds and quasi schemes and things like that like you're gonNa try to help this person and instead you lose everything and I think one of the things that was really interesting to me is when we I talking before we we started the parks you're sharing with me that you considered yourself almost like a nineteen fifties housewife tell me about that and that dynamic with your spend so I married a man nineteen years older than me and had gosh had like the perfect marriage he had three children from a previous marriage so when we lived together the first summer like the Brady Bunch instant family and I loved it I just I took to it like a duck to water with everything I ever wanted a big fan only then we had our own child Yeah Wow it's making me national distinct and so I became that really subservient you know don't get me wrong I I wasn't wearing an apron and hoovering but as I was definitely taking a backseat and just doing everything I could to be the perfect life the perfect mom have the perfect house and get it Brian because that's what I thought I needed to do it's so funny when you look back and you look at your younger self and think about what you value it back then and I did value that that was really important for me to make a beautiful family and a beautiful home but I kind of lost myself a little bit in that yeah I can understand that when you were in when you were in New York I know that you guys had more challenges that that came up and your husband headed back to see any if I'm not mistaken is all right so he did it was a long really sad process my husband had Cielo Chronic lymphocytic leukemia and got to a stage where he needed to go back to Australia to have treatment so he did and the treatment was I think it was it was chemo and radiotherapy took about six and a half months on so we were kind of forced to be a pot even though every holidays we would go and meet in in other places halfway between I kind of in that time was forced to take control of all of our life and schooling and I don't know if you have kids going to high school in New York but just that whole application process of getting your kids into school is it's insane it's an old interviews and applications and essays and tests and and I did that with her on my own and then then I had a horrible accident I used to cycle on the west side highway and I was cycling one day and someone hitting South came into my Latin and he's handled by hit my finger which was on the break of my racing bike and seventy on the spot so yep pretty horrible accident to have but you know I went ahead and amputation and I had to heal from that and I guess what it did in a way that it made me stronger it made me grow up a little bit well it sounds like while your husband was you know unfortunately and having his his chemotherapy and radiation therapy it sounds like you were also kind of stepping into parts of yourself right burke a known to some extent yeah losing pots myself on the west side highway myself yeah so it was of a journey back to that person that you might have lost in marriage you're finding it in New York City of all places using that insane yeah totally Dude myself and then my husband came back to New York when we found out that friend on Charlie Bennett head through himself in the Hudson so he flew back and then own my gosh two days off to my husband arrived my mother had a stroke so I left and flew back well enough so it caused us to unravel as as a couple yeah what was that that decision would adopt like I was so sad it was heartbreaking actually really really sad but you know we both wanted different games it's so interesting in a marriage you can you can be so compatible but if.

CEO Jeanette Schneider America nineteen years twenty years two days one day
"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"From those living their very best lives after twenty three years and finance and a fancy S. VP title. I left Corporate Corporate America to advocate for women and girls in life love the boardroom and the marketplace now the CEO of my own media company. My goal is to change the world for my daughter and her friends in my first book Laura Harnessing your past to create your future dropped late twenty eighteen and is based on what women wish they would have known when they were earls. Mrs Purposeful content big conversations versions and a safe place for us to share goals and dreams for the future. We record every week from the sound studio at the space. Lv Crystal Escobar has been the last decade learning who she is as a mother a wife Friend Logger woman and Mormon after much time soul-searching. She's realized that in her journey to becoming authentically herself off the religion of her childhood no longer resonates with who she has become crystal discusses her transition of faith the announcement that lost her thousands of followers and the surprise that was her husband's decision to leave the church at the same time crystals author of my life hasn't wanted to be balanced mom and the host of the wannabe balanced podcast crystalline. I talk about the cultural and social implications of leaving the faith of your family and what it means to live your own truth we dig into the emotional fallout when you lose your religion and the fear based search for the absolute truth and how to approach faith conversations with your children when you're still trying to understand your own let's dig in. I am so excited to introduce took gold today crystal Escobar. Thank you so much for being on my show. We're having me. I am so excited I I wanted to.

Crystal Escobar Corporate Corporate America Mrs Purposeful VP CEO twenty three years
"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"She had her dream job working directly with Ayla celebrities throwing Slinky Oscar parties traveling around the world and in the room with the most well known business leaders at the top of her game she was also dealing with burnout and struggling with infertility pulling it together through adrenaline and caffeine. She finally finally realized she wasn't living out her true. Potential Megan and I discussed the hard decision to leave a comfortable job to find your passion. The death of identity and the birth of impact it Megan mcardle created the platform and podcast power your purpose to empower women to step into their true purpose and potential in life she host events and experiences around the globe to bring women together in a meaningful way for greater impact. Megan digs into the transition between lives the messy start that is so important and the difference between those on the sidelines and those is in the arena. She gives us some practical tips for productivity and throws the term multitasking under the bus. She encourages us to focus on those things that truly matter in order to be most effective. Let's dig in. I am so excited to have on with me today. Megan Megan ACCARDO. Thank you so much joining me on gold. Yes thank you for having me no fun yes so I I was we were just talking before. We got started. We've lived in a lot of ways very similar parallel situations and I think that's why some of what what you share with the world and what you're doing resonates so deeply with me and I just find it fascinating sorry I was hoping that we could start a little bit because I know that you you left a very highly highly successful cushy job to do where what your passion and your purpose pulled you toward and I would love to dig in a little bit about that that kind of decision to move away from something that provided such comfort to something that was possibly scary brave but at the same time so needed and I would love you to share with us what that pujols and when you finally made that decision yes so I was basically working in events and working being in the Corporate America life and loving it and thought that would be my life forever and ever I really that was my track and I didn't see anything anything different really and so I worked my way up through this sort of entertainment events and business conferences. I worked at Ucla Anderson for six years doing business conferences for them so this working with successful leaders around the world and then I landed my dream job Bob in entertainment at ca creative artists agency running all of their events for all thirteen offices globally and across all different divisions so it was across film and Television and Music and sports and marketing just anything and everything that you can think of and it was so much fun. It really was my dream career. It was something that I felt like I had worked so hard for and all my experience kind of aligned into being the perfect for this job and I actually got recruited when I lived in Kansas City my husband and I moved to Kansas City for a couple of years and I got recurred occurred. It and I was like Oh my gosh this is you had to do it. That's a big job. That's fancy pants in career making aching. I could see that s exactly and and just the way that it happened. I wasn't looking I mean I always had wanted that sort of job. Bob But it was it was just all the starter sort of aligned and so it felt really meant to be and I really believe that it was meant to be in so we made the move from Kansas City backed. La where we met and I'm talking about me and my husband we have fallen in love and Matt and then we made the move back to La and I worked there for four years and it was a wonderful for years I'm so grateful for everything and all the experience and I got to work on all the DNC entertainment entertainment parties and go to the film festivals and all these things but there is something inside that was sort of a missing or offer. There's like a lack of greater fulfil and I think for me. I was hiding behind this big brand of a name and and it's probably not the case for everyone but for me I just Kinda felt like it was almost a crutch in a sort of way that I knew that I had stories. I could share and I I just didn't know how to get in touch with my own confidence and identity and it was sort of like you know I just I went on a path for a search for fulfillment basically and it took a body year. I would say I spent about a year. I I would wake up really early in the morning and I started reading and listening to podcasts in starting to just kind of share my story because I think when you you live for so long kind of hidden you don't even know how to get in touch with that and I don't know if that's something that url listeners would relate to you bet I kind of grew up not even really in touch with what my value was and what I had to share with the world and what my gifts were I mean I knew I was good at events like I knew I was good in the corporate life and I was always go to school but I didn't know like my innate personal values so that was more more of a a journey to discover it and it took some time you mentioned you mentioned before that before we get started. There's also some health health issues that had kind of arisen. was that kind of the the catalyst to realize like I'm unhappy to the health issues hit I or was it more than that. Just kind of like something's missing in in the purpose the health issues were huge yeah. I it was was it was health I to answer question yes because I was just running on stress and basically I had burned out my adrenal glands. I was over functioning during the day and my job because I had to and I was good at my job and then I was just coming home and collapsing and I I didn't realize but I was developing all these food sensitivities and I realized I had a sensitivity to gluten alcohol and all these things that I was just consuming on a daily basis best and so I basically would collapse when I got home and then it was starting to take a lot of time to wake up in the morning kind of felt like I woke up and I got hit by by a truck. I wasn't depressed like it wasn't like depression or anxiety but it just was physical. It was a physical toll all that my body was taking from just burning it into the ground and so I started to experiment with different diets and had a bunch of different functional doctor doctors that I went to and just started to explore that side of it and I remember one functional doctor. He was like yeah. Just go quit your you have to quit your job yet. Healthy like what do you WanNa to do to get well and I was like. Are you insane. What my job like. I live for this job. This is my dream job so it took about a year after that to finally listen then and to say okay you know. I think my body's GonNa hate me like I just couldn't do it anymore. I just got to the point where I was really really really burned out and one thing that happened to his. I had a very extreme extremely stressful work project and I got burned out but I didn't even realize that it sort of accumulates and when the work project was over is just thought I'd go back to normal but I never like really really really dealt with it and I was so burned out already that I just couldn't eliminate my body just couldn't eliminate toxins fast enough and so first for year it just sort of was in the background and I hadn't dealt with it and so it just was affecting everything and I realized I had sort of press the reset that button and that that made me takes drastic measures because I had to I had to that point do something very drastic. It's interest. I quit my job. No I understand that I think enough has been really interesting to me is lately especially on this journey as I got to know different experts at a neurologist on recently Bentley who is sharing with me that stress and all of the things that it produces a lot of times. Our Body is the first line of defense. It's the first thing that Kinda throughout the flag and be like hey hey you're you're running on empty and it creates brain inflammation and gut issues and stress and sleeplessness and you have have to drink coffee to wake up you have to drink wine.

Megan Megan ACCARDO Kansas City Megan mcardle Bob Ayla caffeine La depression Ucla Anderson pujols Bentley America DNC Matt four years six years
"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"jeanette" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Welcome to cold with genetic schneider negative inspiration for a bigger better more purposeful life each share wisdom insights and gold from those living their very best lives after twenty three years and finance and a fancy s v._p. Title i left corporate corporate america to advocate for women and girls life love the boardroom and the marketplace now the c._e._o. Of my own media company my goal is to change the world for my daughter and her friends in my first book lower harnessing your pass to create your future drops late twenty eighteen and is based on what women wish they would have known when they were girls. This is purposeful content fit conversations member stations in a safe place for us to show our goals and our dreams for the future. We record every week from the sound studio at the space l._v. Everyone and ruthie aromas life knew she was going to be a doctor except ruthie. She had a ton of big ideas about fashion interior design and being a physician to the stars until her brother's untimely family duck and a trip to botswana where she got first inexperienced with women's global health after understanding how cervical cancer changed a woman's life body and personal identity. She knew she found her calling ruthie details her grief after her brother's death and how empathy has changed her as a person and as a physician we talk about a women's relationship with her doctor what women still don't know about their bodies and her awareness that we manage sex through fear in most cultures she also discusses sexual assault from the perspective of a physician and women's rights advocate dr ruth. The aroma is georgetown university trained o._b._g._y._n. With a passion to discuss health in a way that it's accessible to every woman the sole o._b._g._y._n. At texas hoogly medical associates and mansfield texas she takes care of a range of o._b._g._y._n. Concerns specializes in care for p. c. o. s. fibroids fibroids and infertility doctor is also the host of the pretty in pink podcast in order to empower women's make better decisions when it comes to their personal health and wellbeing dr dr ramallah also digs into the importance of modeling behavior and how her mother became her mentor. There is no do as i say not as i do. She talks about choosing your mentors curate creating your own social media experiences and why it's important to shoot your shot when asking someone to minto let's dig in. I am thrilled to have on with me today dr rookie of ramallah as she is an o._b._g._y._n. With a podcast purpose thank you so so much for being on my show. It's my pleasure to be here. I love what you're doing. I was sharing <hes> with the good doctor that before we got started that i love talking to women especially in professional spaces who are helping women and i know that you have a podcast. <hes> coal is pretty in pink and really think yes yeah and where you're sharing what you know about <hes> <hes> women. I'm in being a doctor and talking about wellness and i just love what you're doing. It's it's career with purpose wanted to dig into that with you and find out what led you on this this path. Why did you choose <hes> this specific. <hes> kind of <hes> route as far as medicine is concerned and how does that play into what you're doing in in life ginette <hes> i i would say that. I never really knew that i was going to be a physician. I was always told told that because i happen to be one of those girls that are one of those kids that was always somewhere in the top of my class <hes> <unk> i graduated from high school at as about who torian first black female valedictorian in my county maryland poland and i also was ahead about thinks seventy something credits for college including a._p. Classes susan taking some university classes so of course all mike hausler. Everybody was like you know to be adapted like that's just yeah how it was and i actually went to prove them all wrong. I want it to be this like you'll totally wanted to be a sex therapist. I hadn't had sex but i knew it was gonna be cool to talk to people about their most intimate parts of their beings uh-huh and i thought okay well my older sisters. Their into fashion had a sister who is a fashion bottle and she had a clothing line. Aren't you actually opened the clothing line of saying year that i was wondering from high school two thousand and three so i thought oh my god she's like the most fabulous human gene you've ever met and i wanted to be her and then my other sister was a wedding planner or more like event planners. I thought okay i could be like her. I could do interior decorating in there. We'll have the trifecta and so. I like the way for some reason i kept being pushed back. Atkin being pushed back in so i took my m cats which is the entrance exam and i did really well on it. Ah like freakishly on it and that was kind of unheard of right because a lot of people have that is in tarrant is that that exam is so crazy easy and i actually did a lot of in retrospect self sabotage in that my parents paid for princeton review course who back then was like eighteen hundred hundred dollars and i would like a way to the class twice. <hes> i went to twelve week lasts twice. I like like would come up with all these ideas as to how i shouldn't do this and adjust kept pushing me back but as i got older and i got into i started do the master's in public health and i started realizing that although i thought kay i'm going to change the world i'm gonna like nab deviated away from just trying to be like my the sisters on our way to leave my own legacy and i was like twenty one thinking about my legacy and i wanted to change the world. I wanted to change african countries countries. How medicine is seen all across the world but when i was doing that i realized i knew a lot about the epidemiology the the prevalence the incidence of different diseases but i had absolutely no idea what diabetes was. I didn't know oh what a my <unk> myocardial infarction was. I didn't know what blood clotting your legs and lungs really meant. I just knew that the this allowed to have them and we gotta stop this <hes> and so me wanting to dive deeper just like you say dive dive deeper me wanting to really get into the nitty gritty of diseases conditions. I really felt the need that i needed to become an expert in that field and so that's why i chose to go into medicine and chose to go into medicine also because i was that superficial right i. I thought i'm going to the doctor to the stars. Supplies will be the cy. I can't be the model. I can't be the interior decorator but i'm going to one up on them and i'm going to be physician to the sars i went in devotee algae all all the way and then i decided that you know during my third and fourth year medical school actually i should say this beginning of thirty of medical school. My brother passed away and so that was really devastating nash. She shifted my life in so many ways now looking back at it all these years later but when that happened. I saw this a good time to get some extra. Quote unquote call accolades that you're gonna help me better dermatology resident while dealing with the process of grief and bereavement and absolutely had no idea what i was doing. I just thought i need to be there more for my family and i don't need to be stressed out in medical school so i took this time off and i spent a yearbook lana doing medical research to end the morphing into telemedicine research what is started off as dermatology research and as i was doing it i realized that this is not for me like going in and out every day looking or cancer. It's four someone but it's not for me. I needed more. I needed more sergiy. Really that's where i signed up thought i need anymore. Surgery so i started re shadowing different <hes> specialties in botswana and i read up on this doctor dr who did what they call see intrigued see intriguing is how they manage cervical cancer health or several cancer prevention prevention in there will countries they use acidic acid which is known as table vinegar importance of edina. They look for changes in the cells at if there is a change they treated immediately because they know the once they have an active patient. That might be it for lifetime. That's what they did and i thought this was amazing but the second highest country in terms of the incident the prevalence prevalence of h._i._v. and when you have h._i._v. Your your immune system is compromised so you tend to have diseases and conditions that many people can fight off in that includes changes in your servants and that could lead to several cancer can be very devastating. It can be devastating to not just who a woman is but how you see yourself because many women end up having radiation therapy. They can't have intercourse. They can't have kids civil end up with what we call a barbie barbie pelaez with no vagina.

ruthie ramallah texas botswana georgetown university schneider dr ruth infarction maryland poland diabetes assault Atkin minto susan