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Author Jeannie Constantinou on Why She Wrote 'Thinking Orthodox'
"I am talking to a fellow. Greek american that's all you need to know but actually no. Her name is Eugeniusz guerrillas constantinou genie constantino. Who's written a really important book. Thinking orthodox understanding acquiring the orthodox christian mind. You're about to go. I think jeannie into why you wrote the book and this This is important and it crosses denominational lines what you get into in the book So i'm excited about the so. Yeah tell my audience. Y y you wrote the book. I wrote the book to help. Christians understand each other basically because as a minority form of christianity. Here in this country. Most people don't really even though the we exists. Let alone understand who we are. So protestants encounter us. And they put us in the camp with the catholics and the orthodox church is nothing like the catholic church and also Catholics and protestants are in many ways more similar to each other than they are to us. We think we theologies very differently than catholics. And protestants western christianity basically because western christianity developed during the middle ages in western europe. The church was eastern before it was western. The church was greek. Before it was latin. And when the church moved into western europe and began to develop there under the umbrella of the papacy of course it developed at became something very different than what the early church was
Eric and Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Discuss Drifting in Religion
"I'm talking to you genius. Guerrillas constantinou also known as jeannie constantino the author of a an exciting book called thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian. Mind so jeannie before we get into the deeper stuff. There's so much here You were just saying something. That i've i've talked about this endlessly over the years i as i think i shared with you. I'm you know i was raised. In the greek orthodox church and i sort of drifted away never consciously. I don't think people drift consciously but i drifted unconsciously into a kind of agnostic. Whatever ism i coined that term alvin. Write that down. Because we're gonna know but it's kind of funny that. I think that that happens to a lot of people who grew up. In the greek orthodox church is just kind of a cultural thing and then you kind of drift off and mary. Whomever and part of what's fascinating to me. Is that when you have what. I call any kind of ethnic christianity. The problem is that you can very easily focus on the ethnic part. So this is where the greeks hang out. We hang out in the church and as a result of that you're not thinking evangelist thinking about the fact that most people in this community or outside the greek church are secular. They're not so you can sort of lose something. I think that's part of the tragedy of what i think of his ethnic orthodox christianity in america's you forget that you're sending these kids like me into a deeply secular devotedly secular world and you kind of assumed that you know everybody in the audio is greek. But of course you're no longer in the. Aw that's right the word what. Y'all means village a just for your audie heads. That's right well. The fact is you're talking about your. Your experience is like many people but not just in the orthodox church. The same thing could be could be set did happen to lutherans. When they were earlier in the century when there were young german lutheran parishes versus swedish lutheran parishes or catholic cherishes. That were italian or polish. Or something like this. So we're definitely in that transition stage where we're having to really remind people that this is not about being greek and you don't have to be great or russia to be an orthodox christian orthodoxy is all over. The
Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Is a Rising Academic Researcher and Biblical Scholar
"Such a joy for me to have you as my guest that i get really goofy. A genie constantinou urine san diego. You are of course greek. But you're american. Just as i am and you've written a book. I was so excited when i when i saw this. It's title thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian mind so you are an academic. Let's start there. Yes i am. I'm a professor. And i've been professor for many years professor of new testament and early christianity new testament. Which as we have said was written in greek obviously and early christianity. I wanna get your background Jeannie because you're an academic. You're you're a christian. You you take it all very seriously. There are a lot of people in the world of the academy. Who are you know their professors in new testament studies. And this and that. But you wouldn't describe them as actual christians. They're just academically focused on this. But you really are serious about your faith and you're taking it. You're you're theologian. Yes you're right about that. It's very surprising. How many scholars of new testament really don't believe what's even in the new testament. And i'm shocked at this because i think where else would you have and not just new testament studies but also theology so many people don't accept basic christian doctrines that you and i hold. Dear are absolutely essential such as the virgin birth the resurrection of christ and yet. They're teaching theology even in so called religious institution of. That's the key. I don't i don't expect any different from secular institutions Because they you know they think. Hey it's like. I'm teaching the epic of gilgamesh. You know we're just looking at the text and we don't believe gilgamesh was real dude but the fact is that seminaries in all these kinds of places they don't believe
"jeannie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
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"jeannie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"If i look at the rising lonesome day into the fire. My city of ruins and mary place. That's as five a perfect songs. As i can imagine and you know i was just. I just had a memory my daughter. I remember telling me Her she was in middle school at around nine eleven. They played the rising every day in her high school for the first year after nine. Eleven and they played the rising on on september on the anniversary. Whatever how many while she was there they pay the rising. Yeah that's that's awesome. That is now i. I was so impressed. That is so beautiful There wow isn't it something just actually sort of it now. That is that is great. That's a pretty smart school. That's good good for the principal right. Yeah exactly so. I think you it is. It is the album we needed and i. It's an album that goes back to at times. You need it wand it is I i'm this was such greatness any final thoughts before we move on. No i said. I hope you know. There's so many other things that we could talk about with bruce. I mean there's so many topics and there there's i was. I was worried that when i went into this my rising mode that it would be either depressing or Not negative. But i want i wanted to. I was trying to get across the sense of hope that it gives me and not not so much not so much feeling like well. The songs you know like nothing man or you're missing or empty sky that there's that that the loss the losses and the grief that those songs scribe and where brings us you know staying the best digest my dad. It's like you have to be there. You have to be in that in that. Sadness net loss before in order to really appreciate. What's what's alive with life. Is you need like you said the death and in the losses open up possibilities.
"jeannie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
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"jeannie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I am your host jesse jackson and joining me. Today is one of my favorite. Bruce buds you kosh. How long ago have were you on. The show just threw me member. I know we did one with you. After i did the Address book signing right. And then i think following that i did. The gratitude podcast. That was fun. Quick one. that was fun. Thinks that had to be almost two years. Yeah so anyway Go ahead near yourself. Hi i'm jeannie you know i'm from yorktown heights york Lifelong bruce fan What else can i say. I have weird to me to pick to rate songs but This album that we're gonna talk about. Is i hope you know. Go by connections to bruce's music and this. This is one of the albums. I think i connect the most. But it's not always the way i want to. That's a good way to explain it. It is genie and We are we are talking the rising right and it is as it's very proudly displayed on the cd. Cover the first. You know full studio album from the east band since born in the usa And this album has a very special Connection to me. Because i think this was the rising tour is the first show i saw bruce in and yeah and so And you know when when they did my city of ruins on the telephone benefit you know. I just was struck by so much of it. So this album means a lot to be And and so. I kind of this forward were albums a embraced. You know fully even though like everyone else like tunnel of love born in the usa all these others. But this was the first now who i truly connected with as an as a true you know spring nut as to the space. So yeah so i. I'm looking forward to talking about it. what t. You remember when it comes out when it came up speaking spring us. You know this whole new dynamic. That's been happening. As as in my in my life with bruce you know becoming a spring not and meeting like just one great person after another making all these connections.
"jeannie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"What i'm reading. I finished my sister's book surviving savannah which was amazing so my older sister is an author to and she writes She not it's historical fiction but latest one was surviving savannah. I was getting letters confused and that was amazing. Oh yeah yea patty kellyanne henry go reader book. She's amazing and sam. Storms has a new book out earn. Actually it's not new. It's new ish but it's new to me and it's about spiritual gifts and holy moly. I'm having to read it real slow and the highlighter pen or out. He's just blowing my mind because it's funny. When i started already miss out by question was what does he do. And i honestly thought. I don't know if i can get a whole book out of this like i'm going for it but i don't know if i could write a whole book and the end of the day we cut twenty five thousand words because he's seriously because my question became what does it he do that. There's no part of the christian life that he isn't in shouldn't be intimately involved in. And so now i just want to know more and there's so much more to about him. I feel like. I've barely scratched the surface on what he does. And set the sandstorms. Book is really helping me with that. Yeah and maverick. Sitting music is bringing me serious life right now. All the time in the kitchen in the car i love jeannie. Thank you so much for coming on the happy hour. Thank you for the work that those work did in your life for us to be. The beneficiaries of this fruit came out into this book. And so you guys check out. Don't miss out daring to believe. Life is better with the holy spirit wherever get books. Genie thank you thank you. I.
"jeannie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"I think i'm just trying to be much more intentional. I think i'm prone to not be present like that's something has to be very focused on like i'm physically president but am i mentally present an emotional. I'm not. I'm always thinking about other things to be very intentional about that. So just in our home on a daily basis just being present to the things that don't seem significant and my husband he's really good about this whenever there's disconnection or a lack of connection. Yeah luck connection the kids. He always reminds me janey going date. Just go on a date like we've known that forever but when you have so many in life gets busy you forget that it's the simplest thing we can do is just hey andre. Can we go to lunch today at all this week. I've taken each. In fact i started at the beginning of the week with my son. Calvin sixteen we get mckearney goes. Hey mom what's this about. And i was like i just wanna spend to increase. Because you said you're going to take each one of us on this week and i was like i know he's so are you like an announcement. Is there something coming. And i was like no i just. We haven't done this. It's been summer. Were out of routine. And i just i want time with you so just on a daily basis. Those kinds of things have been really. And i know you do that. I just because i see on its i that you guys are really intentional about that value that and then for us making trips like our boys delayed adventure so like i want to. We're supposed to go last summer to the grand canyon and we didn't make it and so i still want to do that trip my want to take them to a ranch like durant and i want to do all the things. I wanna go whitewater rafting and horseback riding. And then what i really really want to do is take them to israel. And i don't know we'll be able to squeeze that in before kao graduates. But i'm thinking it'll be my fiftieth birthday present. Because i grew up going to israel my parents lead tourists through israel and my family has never been and it was one of the most. If not the most profound trip i've ever taken so i'm really hopeful that we can help our boys because they're all at an age now where they know the stories well enough that go like i can barely remember last week. Jamie literally like if people ask me. If i've seen a movie i asked my husband. I'm like honey. Have i seen that movie. This is my life is well. this is my life. Yes yeah. Usc i'm like i don't know if i've eaten there. Let me ask mike. But i can remember israel bitterly. I can remember being in the dead sea. I can remember being in the to my. I have such vivid memories. It changed me profoundly even at a young age and so that's another trip. I'm really. I mean it's it would be an expensive trip but i think it would be worth it. So maybe that's my. Maybe that's my big birthday present. I don't know but it should. They present i love it. Yes we're going. my husband. Earning are going to israel in october and be both of our first time and so super excited. I'm just like hoping everyday i mean. You hold everything real loose right now travel and so just hoping that. That still happens and i'm so excited about it one thing. We do with our kids about making memories. when they turned thirteen. They go on a trip with either dad or mom depending wear girl. Yeah so. Aaron has taken. The boys on trips stories got interrupted with with cove it. But we're still getting that on the calendar and then this is what we're about to start doing and this is where i'm like. I'm gonna need to save some pennies here but each kid when they graduate and they're eighteen they get to go anywhere in the country with anywhere in the world with mom and dad and so my son graduates next year and he wants to go to japan and so we'll see what the world is like and we may be heading to japan. The three of us. And i look forward to that almost that mom and dad and kid you're about to go into the world. That's the last couple of weeks together and i'm excited about that. You know and i love that idea got ya. Let's do that. I'm going to borrow that one. Please do please do well. I love hearing parenting stuff. And it's funny. Not because i think any of us are like amazing parents. I think we're all just doing the best that we possibly can with loving our kids. But i wanna talk about your newest book. Alright jeannie okay. Don't miss out and you wrote a book all about the holy spirit which let's be honest here is that depending on even what kind of denomination you grew up in. What's your family. Situation was like even saying the holy spirit people automatically have just this wide array of ideas and thoughts about that. So i wanna hear from you. What led you here. Because i know people write books because of their own experience and journey. And it's a wet led you here to this. Never gonna dive into some of the things that you learn throughout this well to your point. I opened one of the chapters. By saying i could have just as easily named this book how to lose friends in not make new one because or this is a book. You read on an airplane if you don't want the person next to you to talk to you because it is controversial in it is layered ended. There's so many misconceptions about the holy spirit. There's so much misunderstanding because of the abuse. That's been done in his name. That's not of him. And so i never in a million years thought i would write a book about the holy spirit. As i said earlier..
Dilip Kumar, Bollywood's Great 'Tragedy King,' Dies at 98
"Dilip Kumar has died at the age of 98. He started off as a script writer but moved in front of the cameras in 1944 in the film noir butter. Oh, Jeannie Vaidyanathan reports from Delhi. Yeah, I've got a job to keep. Dilip Kumar was the face of an emerging Indian film industry. And an emerging India Morning Peshawar in 1922 in what is now Pakistan. He changed his Muslim name use of con to the Hindu Philip Kumar when he entered the film industry. In a career spanning six decades, he starred in some of Bollywood's most iconic films. He was the first ever recipient of best actor that India's equivalent of the Oscars the film Fair Awards and still holds the record for winning the honor the most times. And acting megastar in South Asia. He was awarded both India and Pakistan's highest civilian honours.
The Hero from Season One
"It's time for another installment of si-hun it's still alive and this time we're going back to season one episode twenty-six the hero and it premiered on july fifth nineteen fifty eight sixty three years ago on my third birthday. The hero opens up with mike underwater. Telling us these working with. Dr george snider on a project to turn ocean plants into food. Apparently they need funding for their research. And that's where a millionaire elliot conway and his wife. Gloria come in you see. Elliot is a big game hunter and he wants to take his hunting underwater and he wants to hunt for sharks and giant squid only problem. He doesn't know how to dive. He needs mike to teach him and gloria so he can bag. What's down there. Mike price five thousand dollars now since it's going to research glorious says it's a worthy cause and a tax write off elliot agrees to pay like twenty five hundred dollars upfront and the remaining twenty five hundred when he gets his first shark. So now they're off to a place known for sharks portable ongko and they go in elliott's private plane and that plane. Looks like a dc. Three named misguided gal now. Puerto blanco is on the west coast of south america. A small fishing village with a new hotel. Not much more. Just as they're getting off the plane guy comes running up and he introduces himself as dr gomez. Any needs to use of elliott's plane to get a sick child to a hospital over three hours away. Elliot agrees so now. They're all set to start their scuba training. And mike tells. Gloria things will be okay if elliott follows all precautions glorious says he never does mikes response he better now before they start training mike scouts out the deep area offshore for sharks. We see a variety of sharks white tips black tips and even some clown fish interesting. Now we start to see what scuba training was like in nineteen fifty eight. Mike takes the couple through snorkeling skills and then talks about how the equipment is delicate and technical. He tells them there is only one way and that is safely theory in practice. That's what it takes. But elliott is getting impatient in the next scene we see mike demonstrating what happens when a balloon is inflated at depth and brought up boom. Goes the balloon back on the boat. Mike tells them it's called an air. Embolism and you must always excel. Exhale as you extend. Gloria asks mike. How fast and he tells her no faster than your bubbles. Elliott wants to know. When do we stop learning and go hunting. He wants his shark. Glorious says she's tired and wants to sit out the next dive. Elliot tries to coax her into diving. But mike says it's dangerous to dive if you're tired so now we switch back to the hotel and we can clearly see the tension between elliott gloria. Gloria tells mike that that elliott is a mixed up millionaire. He's an architect. Who inherited the conway oil company when his father was killed in an auto accident. Elliott doesn't want to really be an architect anymore. Just a big game hunter. Now elliott comes into the scene and he's carrying a spear gun that he's all proud of its cocked and loaded. Mike is furious and he and elliot start to argue. And in the argument elliot drops the spear gun. It goes off narrowly missing gloria and lodging in palm tree. Now we switch back underwater. Mike says elliott has be elliott has become pretty good. Shot with the spear gun. And they're shooting at this target. That set up kind of lake for archery. But mike says he just needs to stop pointing a gun at mike. Now we switch back to land where mike. Gloria elliott are working on camera to document the shark on elliott. Says he wants to order. Chicken cacciatore for dinner might tell them. Oh no that's too spicy before diving. Says okay good now. Probably order to and elliot goes off. It's just mike gloria now. Gloria tells mike she's unhappy made a big mistake in marrying elliot. Mike tries to console her and she tells mike he's sweet and she puts her head on his chest. Elliot sees this and is upset. What's going to happen when they go on the shark hunt the next morning. They are at the dive site. Mike cuisine i finds a shark and is ready to take them down for the hunt. Just as soon as you can get the bait ready now. The three of them are down below at seventy five feet. Gloria has the camera as mike elliott head off to the hunt just end we switched to the surface in a boat is approaching. Its dr gomez. He needs elliott's playing again. As you get close to the dive boat. He throws his anchor over the side and it crashes down into gloria breaking her rag might just happens to look back and sees the glory is in trouble and they both rush back elliott steps in and starts buddy breathing with gloria the sharks. Fresh off debate sense trouble. As the big one continues to circle. Mike is impressed. With elliott's calmness and sends them to the surface while mike fights a rearguard action again and he spears the big shark. We then see all the divers back on board and dr gomez says we must go sure back at the hotel. Elliott s mike. Why don't they haven't hospital here. In puerto blanco might tells him. It's always money. Justin dr gomez emerges and skulls mike for letting gloria dive in her condition. She's expecting a child in six months. And dr gomez congratulates elliott by saying congratulations senor. Now you need to take her back to the states to the hospital. That does elliott is going to build a hospital in portable. Ongko and keith tells mike it'll be done in six months. Mike says that can't be done elliott. Replies you don't know me when i go to work elliott conway the hero. You'd recognize him. That's larry hagman. J are jr ewing from dallas or tony nelson from my dream of jeannie Mike nelson tony nelson coincidence. Who knows
"jeannie" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"I'm just saying be at the top of the pyramid now but if you build certifications right and then So we'd love to do mean. I get asked all the time. Are you guys going to do a kids program. Or what about teens. What about mother daughter. What about families. I mean there's just otago own and on and on his go as it grows people getting eyeballs on it as their success comes from it Yeah those are going to be. Never never any questions. And i think regardless. I don't know and you chime in from the experiences you've been involved with it regardless of the activity Or even like what you do with patagonia not patagonia Under under armour. I mean it's a you know. Regardless of the experience it's people always come out with a positive with positive feedback all the time. One hundred percent might not be right away but it could be three days three months. Whatever it is but now there's something to bringing people together. Obviously in overcoming obstacles pushing your limits overcoming bound you know pushing your boundaries overcoming obstacles uncomfortable. Yeah yeah uncomfortable comfortable. Do you like taking your military experience in. I guess it would be opening the door for other people for them to see their own potential experience stuff like this. Because i forgot about the patagonia you did. They made a red bull. Mehta series knows series. It was just one. It was a show Project archer on one show series. Yeah just okay. It was serious. You know. I don't know if i would say like taking my military experience but i will the knowledge that you gain throughout your military juror. Sure and you know we pass that on in a very you know very little way. I think the biggest thing is is You know maybe our backgrounds like the guy myself guys who bring in the client knowing like who we are and what we're actually doing because we do stuff. It's very simple. We're not doing anything crazier or extreme but yet and it also depends on the client for sure jeannie say like we have people that from all different flavors so and the numbers are going to matter to like. You're not gonna do anything. Extreme with fifty people take two or three. You could probably get pretty far out there on the razor blade. Oh for sure. I mean we've had. Groups is partly four four women and we get to do all kinds of stuff you know out of the plane and and shooting out in the out in the desert but In our biggest group which was cadillac had twenty four people and it's challenging to manage that kind of a group and you put them through an experience where everybody can get the you know experience it and get the individual you know feel engaged the entire exactly with us you know like in gauge with you know jeanine whoever else we bring in. So that's the challenge in you know but yeah we pass on some stuff you know if the you know cool guy story or whatever. I don't think it's the story like i phrased it. It'd probably it's the it's the knowledge whether it be the environmental knowledge of moving over terrain or how to power back like that stuff super basic. Because again you can pack. Let the project archer on. I mean you guys get it done a better either killed or broke anybody right. You could have done both right. We don't know you soft broke two guys hard. There were some tears. there were some tears. on the shearer's tears is nothing more than motivation saw perfect. Yeah but there's so many lessons that you can stuff in that. I do agree with you. The background it will open the door and gets people to pay attention. And it's amazing to me. I've i've literally watch this. Play out where it's almost too. It is in speaking to speakers giving almost an identical message..
"jeannie" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"Based on love and respect were honest. This is what we do things and it's the same. It's the same. And i think i mean there's just so much on our world that i he and i've talked about it and i've talked about this recently. Keep it simple. Go back to the basics. We've overcomplicated so many things. So for her. Keep it simple with your daughter right. Just keeping it simple. And that's how i treated soviet and j. i didn't overcomplicate. It didn't make it weird. I was just like you know. Brad's girlfriend an essence for them. I'm sure that's a little weird to begin with need to like. Oh hey is that gasoline be thrown match right right. Yeah i expect. There'll be some some rough paths. But i i think the least i think the least i can do for my kids. Moving forward is set for them. An opposite example of what i have in the past and show them what a healthy relationship looks like and that it can be absolutely beautiful because that's one of my biggest fears. I don't know if i talked with you about this. But i thought i was going to ruin my kids. Perception of marriage and relationships based off me leaving because their data point is one data point at one. Not even being involved in it. Obviously were are were a family but it was between their mom and i you know so that like well that sucks. I don't. I don't wanna do that. And i feel like they'd be missing out on a huge portion of life if they develop that. So yeah it's again. There's another chapter books. I wish that i had had the same experience right. I mean your kids. Only our kids saw you know you and your axe and so they're now redefining in their learning. What a loving relationship and healthy family is so well. They had more laps around the sun. Their processing power is improving as well to talk with my dad. His constant thing is you know..
"jeannie" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"Today. Steve and ginny sanders. If you're fan of the podcast. He may have listened to the episode. Where i previously had stephen also known as triple s. Why do we call him that. If you've seen the movie triple x. steve is the triple x version in the seal teams. So we call him triple s. His middle name does not start with an s. All right. I don't i don't know who gave it to him But he he's triple s so that's what he goes by trips and is amazing wife jeannie. How do i describe her. Let's start by this. She's the boss lady kay. She does a great job of explaining her ascent of the corporate ladder. It at seamans. But let's say she worked there for twenty one years and truly did exactly what i said. She climbed the corporate ladder. She worked for the president of sales. She chaired diversity. Groups and councils with the c o two singapore in india to shadow. She was invited to the white house. Speak about hiring veterans into the program that she was heading. She was recruited by the head of hr for the us to run all strategic partnerships in the us. She spoken at over thirty universities. A number of leadership topics taught life skills to teen shelters. It goes on on on what i like about what she has going on now. Is it's about empowering people. Specifically what i think is the most important in this is empowering women and i would do a terrible job of describing exactly what it is so. I'm going to let genie speak for herself. Episode one eighty six with steve aka trips and jeannie sanders. Enjoy smoke offer to the smoke. I'm looking at danger. Close now one hundred percent you said. He's a he's.
"jeannie" Discussed on The 29 Minute Mom
"Jeannie will give it to you in. Mom set free so yet the book. The gospel is the best pep talk ever. Yes because it has. It's one that has power right. it's not like fluffy words. Right i mean the gospels dot ever yes the live So one of the things that i want to just kinda start out with in the book is for me with I just mentioned to you before the show started that. Were finishing the Checkered tonight the one thing that will always stick with me Just makes me feel. Emotional is in the beginning of the book. You remind us that these kids are gods kids and you actually say something about praying for your child as in like you know god help your daughter or florida son and i will be honest with you gene when i first read it as like. That's might be weird praying that way and you use specifically say that god loves them even more than we can love them and i think throughout the entire time that we were meeting together we were reminded of that Very very powerful statement That makes us feel like a little bit less weighted down own liquor. Not doing this alone. Yeah i think that was such a profound moment for me. When i was praying and it just felt the lord nudging meet to to think differently about kind of my the heaviness the weight of that like it's all on me to me and this beautiful invitation to remember that ultimately they belong to their heavenly father so i began praying your sons lord. I pray for this specific thing in your son. Brennan at pray for this specific thing in your son cal. I guess you have entrusted them to me. But i am not doing this on my own ultimately. You are good father. You are their sovereign god and so it's like it's such a it's a. It's a like a mind shift. If that's the right way to say it where where we go. Okay i get to partner with god in the work he wants to do in. My kids lives but that pressure to play. God's role in their lives is off. It was never mind to begin with. But i think a lot of us mama's we take on all of these things all of these responsibilities and pressures that ultimately Belong to god the father. God the son and got the holy spirit but we try to kinda play that role or we think we have to play that role and and it just weighs us down and begins to steal all of the the adventure in the joy and all these other beautiful things that the lord wants to s to experience as we learn to trust him with the kids. He's entrusted to us. Yes it's so it's it's very freeing to be honest with you and and hard right now. Hard right like sometimes. It's hard to to have that Perspective because i want to be able to do things. Change things or fix things that i can't do or fix or change and so then i realized that the pride issue for me. Because that's me saying lord. I know better than you right. I don't understand why you're allowing it to continue to happen in my son's heart. But i want to be able to fix it so odd like this. This idea that you are sovereign in this will happen in. Your timing is frustrating to me but then it also reveals this pride that i think i know better than i don't I don't understand the ways of the lord and how his timing is ultimately the best thing for my son but it just sometimes it doesn't feel that way or look that way right so we want to be.
What Is the Lord Trying to Tell You?
"I have jeannie napoli. And she is a writer author of klug on the head. How the holy spirit got our attention. It's a collection of twelve authors. That share their stories of interaction with the holy spirit. And jesus says that the lord wants us to be happy and enjoy the lives he has given us. He wants us to trust that. He has a plan for each of us and ask us to trust that plan. How how do we miss. Gaas attempt to communicate to us for many of us myself included. There are those god moments and because we are all running to soccer practice and getting kids to clarinet lessons and things like that we become human doings instead of human beings. We don't take that time to put into our schedules to reflect to pray to journal. It might be. I think a lot of people when they roll over in bed they pick up their phones and look at the weather and get ready for the next day. They don't intentionally spend that time either reflecting on their lives asking themselves. What is the lord trying to tell me. There is just too much business in our lives that we don't take that time for reflection. So why are people so dismissive. Of god's speaking in their lives like if they're hear them if they hear god speaking and they're like i don't know that's really god speaking you know. Do you think it's because god's trying to get our attention. I think and i've had a couple of interludes like that where the holy spirit was trying to tell me something and i didn't want to hear it unless i was at the point in my life unless the holy spirit list. God was telling me something that fit into my plans. Something that i wanted to hear. I just was not interested in listening any further.
Jeannie Mai Marries Jeezy in Backyard Wedding Ceremony
"Narrating in dc and jeannie. Mike got married in a private ceremony at their house in atlanta and this is not a joke either. They actually had an extensive profile in vogue magazine. It was a small ceremony and friends and family did attend. Originally they were planning to get married in the south of france or lake cuomo but of the pandemic. They just did it at. The house looked really beautiful. Though jesus jeannie mai i can't wait till you have kids have a little girl and her. Genie call her young gene growing up. Amazing
Chip Bell Talks About Your Customer's Imagination
"Hey there chip and welcome back to correct the customer code. We're thrilled that you're here with us today. It's my honor jeannie. Kate way this going to be so much fun. We're so happy to have you back or bring it back to the customer code. And here's what i wanna know. Why do you refer to customer service as value unique service. Because we're all sort of used to this idea of value added but yeah about value unique. Yeah okay good. That's a great place to start adam. everybody knows you know from time. Immemorial is supposed to exceed the customers expectations. And most people do. Most organizations have broach that by what i call value added. That is take what customers expect and add more now. What do you think's gonna happen to the customer's expectation was when you add more. I probably a good chance to go up. And you keep adding you keypad and pretty soon. You're going to run out of room So there's one challenge of so. Linear thinking linear a great customer of ours. Upgrade you to the fancy floor at the hotel. i'll probably sell that rhyme. If i'm running a hotel and so it has some challenges generous good thing. Nothing wrong with it does have some limitations. Value neak on the other hand is taking the customers experience to a place. They didn't anticipate it's kind of the element of surprise and so my belief is that while there's a limit to generosity. There's no limit to ingenuity. And that is creating unique and unusual and innovative ways to serve the customer so that unique at the other side of a unique is in order to create that kind of ingenious innovative experience for the customer. You tend to create a story. Customers can't wait to tell and we all know. The pinnacle of customer loyalty is not a recommendation with a hat. Tip to my good friend. Fred reichheld it stories. You know when customers say well. I'd recommend acne and that's different than what it when they hear. You say you're not going to believe what happened to me and they tell you this great story and so it's more likely that they unique will create that story that creates a likelihood that they turn a prospects into
Kim Janey Sworn In As Boston’s 55th Mayor In Historic City Hall Ceremony
"Swearing in ceremony at Boston City Hall for the city's first woman and black mayor of Boston. WBC's James RoHaas was at City Hall. Before the big swearing in. Not only is Kim Jeannie making history, but she's being joined by some other local trail Blazers Chief Justice Kimberly Bud administering the oath of office. She is the first black woman to lead the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court presiding over the ceremony. Congresswoman I Ana Presley, the city's first black woman on the city Council. Families,
Marty Walsh Confirmed As Labor Secretary, Resigns As Mayor Of Boston
"Tonight by the Senate to serve as our next Labor Secretary. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Right now, giving a farewell press conference at Faneuil Hall. Let's Listen in. Thank you very much. I want to thank everyone for being here today. A few minutes ago, the United States Senate voted to confirm my nomination as United States Secretary of Labor Um, thank you. I'm grateful for the ex senators bipartisan support. It shows that we know it could be done. Tomorrow. Me traveling to Washington D. C to be so it's one in a secretary of labor. And there's a said I'm deeply grateful to President Biden Vice President Harris In their confidence in me for this opportunity to serve our country in this time of need. Share their commitment to building an economy that works for every single American. I spent my entire career fighting for working people, and I'm eager to continue that fight in Washington. This evening. I will convey my letter of resignation to the city clerk. Council President Jeannie will become acting mayor per city charter. Just want to say a word about that process. Together. The council president myself, and our teams have worked diligently to ensure a smooth transition for the entirety of city government. Said. Our teams, we are no longer our teams. We're one team moving forward. And of course, City Council president Janey will be breaking barriers when she becomes acting mayor after the mayor resigns tonight. She's the first woman in the first black person to serve as mayor in Boston and the mayor, by the way, just saying he expects to be sworn in as labor secretary sometime tomorrow. He was confirmed tonight by the Senate vote 68 to 29 lots of bipartisan support for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
Family Helps Total Strangers Book Vaccine Appointments
"The short time Operation Center was at a diminished capacity there now investigating what caused some lines to go dark, and they'll share that information later. As older Americans struggle to secure covert vaccine appointments online volunteers known as vaccine hunters or stepping in to help CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen introduces us to a New York family that's already helped more than 750 older neighbors to get their shots for seniors like 81 year old Jeannie McDowell. They didn't have an iPhone. They don't have a computer. What were they supposed to do? Securing an appointment seems impossible until they reach out to Detroit to Castro. Okay, no problem. I can help you with that went for a cell phone to Mozza Pull laptops. Turn into a command center. Yes. In the kitchen to Castro in her family, a book vaccine appointments by the hundreds and their central New York community all for total strangers, and for free, we do it. Between lunch dinner. Pretty much all the time to Castro's often up until three in the morning, rapidly refreshing websites for any availabilities. And now my husband cause it. Welcome all you have to be quick because There's 10,000 other people doing probably the same thing. Her husband, Marco, delivering the printed confirmation tickets. She first realized the difficulties in getting an appointment while signing up. Her mother in law board got out fast. After the Castro started helping neighbors. I heard some seniors even say they would get on the computer. They might lose the site they put in Rome, New York and ended up in Rochester and my other dear friend. Got on the phone and the lady said call back at four. She called back and four and the tape said the office is closed to Castro got an appointment in just days for McDowell in her husband on Lee, two of the 25 the to Castro's book on average each day for anyone who asks, including the Petri family. Vicky was very stressed. By the time she got everything in Appointment is gone. Viki and Dave Petri reached out for their daughter, Jessica, who has down syndrome. After struggling on their own. She helped us she helped our neighbors She helped my brother and his wife. Get appointments. She just I don't know how she does it. De Castro's reach has now spanned four counties. People express their gratitude with cards and even home cooked dinners, but to Castro says she's just doing anything possible. To protect her community. I treat everyone as if they're my parents yesterday would have been soon enough for me. If it were my parents. When will you stop? When they
Christine Rimer On Learning From The Data
"Adam. You know we've talked a lot about how changes that we encountered in twenty twenty affected customers. But you know who else. They affected everyone. Everyone including customer experience leaders. Yes one hundred percent the people who were leading these organizations who were trying to figure out. How do we adjust. How do we react. How do we keep our leaders focused on the customer experience when all these other things are happening. And that's why. I'm so excited about the conversation that we're about to share with christine rhymer from surveymonkey. She works with these leaders all the time and really goes out of her way to listen to them. And it's just there's so much in here. I am so excited. Knows great interview and she brings brings a wealth of data which is fantastic. Because obviously she's surveymonkey they have the data they bring the receipts right. Gene-o and yeah. I mean that's been one of the things we've talked about with clients and it's just. How do you predict how plan for howdy strategies for a future when you know that is always about projecting forward a pattern Th that's all leadership for the future is and you know outside of some innovation generally trying to figure out which what are my percentages in which patterns or going to apply. And how are they going to play out and when the pattern is completely just wrecked right. It doesn't exist anymore. How do you project that future so you know. Christine brings some lessons from a lot of discussions and a lot of data about like what we're executives facing. And what did they do. What were the things that were most important in customer experience last year as everyone tried to figure out this uncertain future. Yeah absolutely impressive. I should say certain future. But they had certain president. Yeah i think we're in for uncertainty a while so we can say present and future so there are lessons in this episode for nail And for and for the future. I would say so. So let's get started. Let me tell you a little bit about my friend. Christine rhymer seasoned executive with a unique blend of product marketing customer success and enterprise systems experience leverage to lead high-performing cross functional teams to deliver world class customer experiences as the vice president of customer experience. Christine leads survey monkeys customer experience program community and thought leadership to drive growth and innovation prior to joining survey monkey in two thousand sixteen christine held a variety of cx leadership roles including intuit's professional services team for digital banking and the customer success for into it health. Christine began her career in enterprise. Business systems and data management where she aligned cross functional teams to deliver measurable business outcomes. Christine leverages her customer centric and bias to action approach to help organizations transform customer feedback into action to improve the customer experience to drive growth. Hi christine were so happy. You're here with us today for being here. Thank you so glad to be here. Jeannie an atom. So great have you. I know you have tremendous insights a working with serving a monkey as you do. Because i sure you've seen a lot of data so i'm going to get straight to the million dollar question here. The early part of twenty twenty one. How has customer experience change as a result of the covid nineteen pandemic. It's it's a great question. Adam and and you know honestly. I can remember sitting at my desk in april going. Oh dear lord like for all the date i have. I have not navigated. What do you do when you're not sure to me. It's you ask for feedback right and so actually very in april. I gathered a dozen custody of the top customer experience leaders. That i knew and i asked him that very question. What are you doing different. And so we'll talk about an. I'll give you kind of three headlines of what i saw early in the pandemic that true that influenced customer experience in twenty twenty and then sort of t ap at least what i'm seeing heading into twenty twenty one grio. The first thing we saw was a bunch of folks in headlights. Saying i can't actually focus on the customer experience if my employees are not in a position to deliver so it was so funny those initial conversations when we try to talk about. What are you doing different for your customers. It all came back to the employee experience. So things like are they set up to work from their homes. Assuming most folks not all right. The result essential workers but most folks then shifted. How they do their work to home. So do they have the right tools. Are they a the able to manage their customers. Privacy etc so really really tactical setting employees up for success but then on top of that making sure employees were positioned slash trained to show up to the customers with empathy. So right you're talking to a customer in march and april and there in new york city. How are you and they're a restaurant or they are a travel industry. How we showing up with that right Both the policies as well as the expectation setting to show with your customers. We know empathy matters but my goodness this year. If you're not showing up human first before business right you're just missing the mark and we've seen this both in the conversations As well as you know in terms of how you show up digitally
"jeannie" Discussed on First Online With Fran
"And what i did was to express what i did. I'm like okay. Let's say. I have to go to class tomorrow. What am i going teach. Yes and i created a five week play writing lesson and it incorporated all of my previous chapters. So i have the culminating chapter in my book and it was just so exciting. I believe that our is is a means to raise awareness to heal our nation to have people stand in the shoes of somebody else and feel that we have such hatred and violence. That's going on around us and hopefully that will change it. Will it will change. We have it's gonna take. I'm now does any of of this political activism or the the climate the environment any of that influence would not i will say not really irate about relationships and i write about the ability of love to heal and for me it's escapist. I provide people with vacation. I do. I give them a chance to escape for a few hours to Live vicariously through somebody else to feel things to capture the emotion. If somebody says to me i cried. I cried when this happened. In this book. I cried when something happened with kate. In until you and it was the same as something i experienced so i give them an escape. A friend of mine did a poll on informal. Paul said should we put the pandemic in our books and something like seven hundred of her readers who replied out of eight hundred and it's because they said i read to escape. I read romance to escape and we call the genre the literature of hope because we like to see that it's not just about that happily ever after it's about giving a hopeful optimistic view of how things can go. It doesn't mean everything's always perfect but it means that you know that idea that love always wins in all. Its if you have that in your life you will find a way. And so he shouldn't shut out if you have the opportunity when you were talking about writers blah as thinking about it and somebody said to me how do you get through it and i go honestly i just kinda let everything cook. Just because not writing doesn't mean i'm not writing you know just because you're not physically putting words de doesn't mean that it's not stirring up your head instead. It's it's like you're articulating my husband. Don't me was cleaning the closet out in all kinds of stuff and he goes. Oh you know you're not you really have to ride this next chapter. But it's sarah -peutic yes envious things going on in the head and you put that pen to paper you know like for me. It was after the probably the most disastrous day in the history of the united states. And here i am realizing. Oh my god i can use this as a way to show all of the play writing exercises and whether it happens or not. I love what you said. That is a literature of hope and love. Always wins and in fact really. It's not escape so much as what your work does is it. Taps into our humanity taps into our hearts. It taps into reminding us that love does always win and we need that love more now than ever a kind of hear that song what the world needs now is love sweet. Love as it's really the answer to everything and you are my answer today..
"jeannie" Discussed on First Online With Fran
"I'm writing a book. That's why i wanted to start with like okay. I have to call myself an author. Yes human author. I have an arc. I wrote the chapter more anecdotal. And i'm gonna having people who are gonna be reading it and giving me fat but two things is one is as an emerging author. I mean i wrote a dissertation but that's a whole different. Let's not even go there. That's a whole squad. This is really about finding the voices that we tapped into you. And i want to get them to talk about that experience and how it changed their lives so i have two questions to you. One is what kind of tips kenya off like. What kind of strategies do you use your you get this idea. And it's like okay. Hey do you have a process you have a strategy and my second question to you is finding that community. That was the other thing that struck me about. The book is that jane had a community and they were there for her yet. So what is the arc of your taking wrestlemania..
How outcome of Georgia Senate runoffs could affect Biden's agenda
"Begin in Georgia, where results from the Senate runoff elections are continuing to come in. Democrats are set to claim another seat with Raphael Warnock projected to defeat Republican Kelly Leffler. Warnock addressed his supporters overnight. We prove that with hope Hard work and the people by our side. Anything is possible. With 98% of precincts reporting, Warnock has claimed 50.6% of the vote. But Lefler has yet to concede. This is a game of inches. We're gonna win this election. We're gonna save this country. War Knocks. Victory ends more than 30 year losing streak for Democrats in statewide run offs It also leaves control of the Senate. Up to the state's other runoff between Republican David Perdue and Democrat John Also off the contest remains tight, with all soft ahead by about 13,000 votes. Gabriel Sterling is Georgia's voting system implementation manager. There's a potential where some of these elections could be within a half a point, So the second place finisher will have the opportunity to potentially ask for a recount again. So I've currently has 50.1% of the vote. Well, Purdue, is it 49.9%. Some absentee votes have yet to be counted. And as many as 17,000 military and overseas ballots are due by Friday. President Elect Joe Biden's agenda hinges on the outcome. Jeannie's A No, is a Bloomberg News contributor and professor of political science at Iona College. All the things that you know Biden has talked about wanting to do. I'm not suggesting he'd be able to do all of them, but certainly you two have a lot better shot. If you have a Chuck Schumer controlling that gavel versus a Mitch McConnell. But even if Democrats do take the Senate, the majority remains small. More on that from Bloomberg News contributor and former McCain campaign manager Rick Davis. Just because you have the majority and you can set the agenda doesn't mean you get your gender past and their big, close sentence, close houses. It's only a 10 vote margin in the House of Representatives that Speaker Pelosi has so any given issue is going to have defections with levelers loss, Republicans must hold on to produce Senate seat to keep their hold on the chamber, though it may take days to determine the final outcome of that race.
Trump-Kemp Dispute Creates Rift Within Georgia GOP as Runoff Elections Nears
"You might need to win an election is a unified message. But Republican unity is hard to come by in the state of Georgia. Right now, President Trump has called Governor Brian Camp a fool and a clown for refusing to overturn President elect Joe Biden's victory there. Kemp says intervening in the election would be illegal and pressure over that dispute is creating a rift within the state's Republican Party just three weeks before runoff elections that will determine control of the Senate from member station to be Abie in Atlanta ever hurt reports Earlier this month, Governor Brian Kemp gave a press conference at the state Capitol about George's plan to distribute the Corona virus vaccine. Well, good afternoon, everyone. First of all, let me thank you for joining us today. Also, the elephant in the room is politics and on the Facebook Live comments. It's center stage. This man has turned his back on his Republican Party, writes one Georgian Can't believe I voted for you. Camp sellout, says another. And don't bother to run again. You're finished. Needless to say, Georgia Republicans are divided right now. Some lawmakers air calling to override the governor and back the president by demanding a special session of the Legislature. We're here in Athens today, Bert Jones with US And bring the beach part of the gang of four, putting out a petition demanding a special session. They're trying to go around the governor they need to Republican State Senators, Jones and Beach were on the John Fredericks Show and National Pro Trump Radio program. Last week, they alleged large scale voter fraud, which Republican election officials have said didn't happen. Here's beach and I can tell you if we do not fix this, and that's why I'm so adamant about this. I'm so fearful. That we're gonna wake up January 6, and we're not gonna like what happened because it's not going to be a fair election. Beach and Jones are responding to pressure from their pro trump constituents like those tearing camp apart on the Internet and calling in on this show, Let's get to the phone lines. Where we have Caroline from Sandy Springs carry these senators, some say, are ready to break the law to back President Trump. But Caroline wants them to know it's still not enough. We are mad on being very nice right now. We need you to step up into your part. We need you to stand up for us. Now. The pressure is so fierce on Republican state lawmakers, it was difficult to find someone willing to speak on the record for this story. They're worried about being targeted. But one did. My name was Chuck Martin represented 49th district up in North Fulton County. Martin is a longtime Republican. He spent 18 years in the General Assembly and wishes President Trump won the election. But he liked the governor doesn't believe the Constitution allows the Legislature to intervene That hasn't stopped tens of thousands of emails from flowing in. I'm getting an email that says, Stand true to your oath of office do this. But standing true to my oath of office doesn't allow me to do that. It's been the most frustrating moment in his public service career, he says, because some people have been completely convinced by misinformation. Like one retired army colonel who is pushing for the election to be overturned. Martin responded with language from the state Constitution, saying, Please explain how I can legally do what you're asking me to do. And instead from him, I get no How instead you know, he calls me a coward. A traitor. You know somebody that won't stand up to my oath of office. That's frustrating to me. I mean, I take this job seriously. President Trump is creating a rift in the Republican Party at a very inopportune time, says Charles Bullock, a political scientist at the University of Georgia as we saw in November of this year The Republican Party doesn't have AH, large commanding lead within Georgia, It is rarely close. It could be the kind of division it opens the door for Democrats to do very well in 2022. Jeannie Bradley is a Republican voter from helps about in Eastern Georgia. She was at a Mike Pence rally this month. And she's just confused because of the mixed messages about the election and about her Republican leaders. But we need to know more. You know, you're getting bits and pieces from all of the news media. You don't know. What to believe anymore, And it's just not the news media. It's people you know. In general, Republicans will still have her vote. But there are other people, she says, who may throw up their hands in this chaos, vote democratic or skip the election. And if Republicans lose the run offs, the big divisions that have emerged since November will likely only intensify in the GOP for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta
Flight attendant warns US travelers NOT to take vouchers if they get bumped from a full flight
"Flight attendant has warned travelers in the U. S not to take vouchers if there ever involuntarily bumped from a full flight because they're entitled to cold. Hard cash. Really, yes. Sandra Jeannie Kwan spent 2.5 years working as a flight attendant for Emirates Airlines and learned quite a few tricks and airline secrets on the job, which she generously shares with her tic tac followers. Oh, I have to look her up now. I will not play the TIC Tac video because I do not condone China on the speed round is my portion of the show. But she says quote. Not only are the airlines required to find you an alternative flight, but depending on the length of the delay, you are entitled to cash Hmm. Okay, so Okay, Here's never. I have never taken a voucher really know, because I'm one of those people that when I travel, I very specifically have to get to where I have to get to. It's not like I'm just regionally traveling. And I'm like, got flexible plans. You know what I mean? Well, but if they tell your delayed what do you Or the options? Well, usually when they're offering a voucher there, it's because they've overbooked or something like that. And they're taking volunteers. You know, I mean, all right, so here's some information this broad claims. If your delay after being bumped from any flight is under an hour. There's no cash entitlement. Okay, If the delay before you re book domestic flight is with it is 1 to 2 hours. You're entitled to 200% of your one way fare for a maximum cash payout of $675. But that, But that means you're giving up your flight, right? No in voluntarily. It says in voluntarily just to delay. So do you. I mean, if you if you have a delay, and then you still go on the flight, can you then file a claim? Even after that? I don't know. That's why don't fly. I have this issue, not not a problem for me, but because that would be that would be something like if you actually you got. You know you got like a four hour, six hour delay because I've had it before I was stuck in the Charlotte airport for 16 hours. And it was the worst. It was absolute worse and I didn't get anything out of that. You know how my trips work? In my car start
Daisy Christodoulou's Teachers vs. Tech: A Book Review
"Organized this time and we did some recording off alba crabs. So what you're gonna. Fistful is an overview of this book by our lovely doctor judith. Name she's looking at the usa technology within education. She starts off by looking at how we learn so is a strong focus on the the. She calls it the science learning to start with so cognitive science in order to probably to understand how technology can support that learning. So she's fundamentally she's got this how we learn as the foundation of all and then she looks at various aspects of of Technology jay and this the second chapter is she talks about personalized learning and how what personalized learning means and an how realistic it is and she looks at things. Like smart devices says well on on how we we use. Small device says Within education and there is a sort of message that came across to me the technology. And you probably wouldn't be surprised that technology has potential within education. But it doesn't live up to the promise so fall of water offers that we've constantly been offered certain amounts of promise so she uses the example. She uses clinton a an easy example of interactive whiteboards. And says you know these. These was huge investments. And they were going to be the next wonderful thing and it didn't come off and she sorta looks at that. So it's i found an interesting look. made me think about technology and how we use technology okay. So we've got a bit of an overview there and sort of angle that daisy christie has taken with this burke. You've already given us a little bit of an insight. Tom but what were you kind of top takeaway as or what was your kind of instinct to feeling. After you've finished reading this book. I remember being quite infused by i was. I felt that. Obviously it's a very very topical question at the moment. The question of education technology. It's been topical for awhile. It's suddenly became relevant to absolutely everybody. Once we went in went into covid nineteen lockdown and to some extent. I suppose the the tech jeannie has been popped out of the bottle very very quickly. You know we've all ended up having to do some sort of online teaching the question's been hanging over the education world for years and years now you know. To what extent can we or should we as teachers replace. Bits of what we do with technology and you have some people who are very very pro technology. You know we'll we'll tend to use it if it's there perhaps a little be uncritically. You get some people of course in the other way you get people basically saying i'm not having any devices i in my room. Thank you very much. And i think my initial concerns were that coming from an author who is very much seen as on the traditional stand of things and spent a whole chapter seven myths kind of trying to explode this myth that teaches all. Believe that the kids. Just googling things now and can get on with having loads of fun instead of learning facts and all of that that we were going to get something very antitax ashley. Although i knew she was running attack company i thought we were going to get you know whole chapters away we we should be not touching devices that kind of thing so i think the two things i liked the most on a sort of broad brush basis with fat that she is balanced in setting out these arguments. She does kind of you know. Try to lay out her own biases and things. Like that. And i also felt that her has summaries although i do i always twitch when people reducing down to little summaries inboxes. The summaries were pretty good and pretty balanced. Actually if you are in such a hurry that you toady mortar reader. Relatively short chapter yes with my to at the end of each chapter she crunched everything dominant inside the size into into a summary. Which we're gonna use throughout this episode just as talking points and again you nine go and delve a bit deeper into that chapter. He wants to read a little bit more.
‘The Real’ host Jeannie Mai exits ‘Dancing With the Stars’ due to health scare
"The really I love her so much. She has just this really, really great energy. And recently, you know, she's one of the stars on dancing with the stars. Not not normally. I don't watch the show, but I do watch it for her because I really like her. But we've got to send her some well wishes get a really, really scary situation. This one I feel like people should hear about because this could potentially happen to them in some sort of way. So basically, Jeannie has to quit dancing with the stars because she had to be rushed into emergency surgery, and it all started off. With this sore throat. And no, this has nothing to do with Cove it she just had a sore throat. And I guess they kind of got you know it heard enough for her to go to the doctor and to see what was going on. After the doctor examined her. He realized that she had a huge, dangerous infection in her throat. It had already closed 60% of her airway big. They said that this was potentially life threatening and that she had to have emergency surgery and had she waited a few days. This could've gone really bad. Her. That's scary, especially when it's something as simple as a sore throat, and especially right now to you and you know, and it's a good thing. She went to go get it checked out, but you could tell she probably thought it a pass. Because if it was like a 60% blockade, you know you kind of think like, Oh, it's just a sort throwed out. Drink something hide. I'll nurse it a little bit, but being that it was life threatening and it could have completely closed up on our you know when they say life threatening and death That's very Siri's. Very serious, but you know she's feeling better. She is he. She came out of emergency surgery. She's going to be healing up. But I do feel bad that she has to quit dancing with the stars. This was her talking about what it actually really meant to her. My parents came here to build an American dream. And I feel like I'm living that dream right now. Maybe on dance with stars is a way for me to express my gratitude to make them proud. And to show me that I could do it. She taught that in Will my parents. My parents came here to build an American dream. My parents came here to build an American dream and dancing with the stars is like my parents came here your nose in my seat with a lot now dedicated He was dead. Dedicated dance to your family. So that was the night the way we share. Well, we wish you well, We love you, Jeannie. Better really know if easy will be by your
Election Day 2020: Rick Davis
"Joining us live is Bloomberg's Rick Davis, partner at Stone Court Capital has run a good number of campaigns, including John McCain's 2008 Rick Again. Thank you so much for joining us. My pleasure. Yeah, The Democrats seem focused on Pennsylvania Joe Biden yesterday back again today, Camilla Harris today saying it be decided they're Biden claims it's his first home. Polling has been good. But now the NBC Marist poll today shows it tightening. Where does this stand? Well, it's on the horse race side. You can't tell, but it's been a very stable election. Even in Pennsylvania, Biden held the lead anywhere from 4 to 10 points, depending on which poll and at what point in this campaign. But that's the nature of this campaign is so unusual is how little has really changed lately. I mean, when you were tracking polls and you're only you know, seeing Ah pointer to tightening or loosening in the course of an election. It shows you a very stable electric. In other words, people have made up their minds and we've seen in the last month. People are voting in record numbers during these early votes, And so my guess is Pennsylvania. I would say. Friends toward Biden because he's never been behind in any public or private survey I've seen, but you know, we're see what happens on Election Day. Yeah, Also Florida I mean, for the most part of Florida Early on, and who knows early eyes? It goes for for Biden. They're saying that it's over. Yeah. If Florida goes for Biden, there's really no way for Donald Trump. To find a path to victory mean Biden start with some of the Trump states that he won before pretty much in Hiss. Calm. Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin. These are all states that Biden is right now tracking an almost 10 in some cases, 12 points. So you take those states away from Donald Trump. And he can't afford to lose those Bay States and the biggest one that he Has in play 29 electoral votes is Florida now have the two things have the pollsters learned anything since 2016 number one and have the Democrats learned anything since 2016 I'll take the last one. First. What the Democrats learned is that they needed to pick their spots as to where they need to win in orderto get the necessary electoral votes and And Hillary Clinton's campaign spread themselves all over states that were completely unnecessary. They had people in Arizona and other places the week before the election thinking we're going to turn Red States blue. What? What Joe Biden has shown is the discipline to park himself. As you said earlier in Pennsylvania, every surrogate he has in the country was in there today. And he's planted a flag. If I win Pennsylvania, I win the presidency and I'm fighting here. And he has Ah, just in just in the past hour in campaigning, talking to young talking to students, saying that they that they are the key. I mean, the Democrats have needed, you know, asking that question to motivate young voters. Michelle Obama's been beating this drum now since Since 2016 the young have to be showing up. Are we seeing that they will Yeah, There are record turnouts bank on Which state you're talking about in Pennsylvania is one of them where under 25 8. Voters are starting to show up in much bigger numbers than they did in 2016. Now whether or not that follows on Election day. These are all the early voters that we can track. But if that follows up on Election Day, the young voters could actually make a big impact on the state like Pennsylvania. OK, let's and and the presidency, of course, is what everybody focuses on the most for very good reason. But But let's let's look at the Senate here. I mean, if you're a Democrat, and you're looking at this, you're saying, Wow, we have a really good shot that this could flip. Yeah, His Senate is ah, Titan. There's no question about that. Republicans have probably five or six states where they have likely swings to the Democratic side, potentially. And they only have one pickup in in in. Ah, Alabama. What is interesting? State toe Watch is Georgia. Not only do you have a Senate race up for grabs, But you have a special election for a senator to Senate seats up in Georgia this year. And Georgia has a funky law where you have to get over 50% of the vote, or you go to a runoff. And at this point, neither one of the incumbent Republicans there look like they're going to be able to get to 50%. So you could have the control. The Senate decided months later in a special election on top of the special elections you already have? Yeah, possibly in in January. Now now vote counting. Of course, you know, we hoped to see something tomorrow probably won't. But the president has said that he may claim victory on on election night anyway, both sides of lawyered up. This could be a mess as well. I don't want to be negative, Bob, but but this could be a mess. Well, The good news is states run their elections and so unless they decide to defer to the president states, which would be extraordinary, right? No, no state Tends to do that voluntarily, then they're going to count at their own pace. In fact, we've never had an election where the actual elections certifications. We're on election night. They always take days later. In order to facilitate all the ballot collection and count all the ballots, And then the state certifies. There's there. It just simply doesn't happen on election night in any election we've ever had. And so I think that most of the states if their discipline and they follow their own rules, they'll pay no attention to the president's protestations. He did this in 2018 during the Florida governor's race where he said, Oh, you know, all the votes were counted, and we ought to just move on. We're Yeah, we're going to have to leave it there. Thank you so much and will watch for you and David and Jeannie. With our special election coverage
"jeannie" Discussed on WTVN
"News traffic weather sports and the mark please your show on six ten WTVN all right so Dave and in the studio with me today at least you and Gerry is here cabbies producing us and Jeannie and Anna are in the studio now Jeannie was waiting for a kidney for again now now that I have to actually just kinda reset and spew all their cell all of the the actual dates this gave me but you'd been basically waiting Cheney for the better part of what did you say eight years yes I was diagnosed with in well in stage renal disease in two thousand sixteen and I went for the evaluation at Ohio state that okay and then once I got on the list then I was on it for over three years so to reset at least does a story in November of twenty seventeen twenty eighteen twenty eighteen and the story was based on she had kind of fallen behind Jeannie on seventy one north but we're headed to Cleveland Jeannie has a sign in the back of her car with her phone number saying that she needs a kidney Elise was working by the way at that time for channel four and then decides to call our guys Hey I'm right behind you is it okay if we do a story on the air they do a story on the air and then Anna enters the picture and so now Anna was a donor for somebody who is in and you guys know that that I'm going to call it the pool but it's is that how you say it or no live exchange the live exchange which basically it was a group of eighteen people who if you don't necessarily match the exact person that you're trying to donate to you donate to somebody in the live exchange you then may have to donate to somebody in the live exchange you then may have to donate to somebody in the live exchange who then ultimately gives to the person that you're trying to donate to so that's probably a good to get the audience caught up to where we're at right now you live in upper Arlington Jeannie and then your in Delaware ana how how did you hear you heard about this through the story that was on the air exactly so then when you did the blood test you match the blood the antibodies didn't match you to cited the live exchanges some way some way that you could do and then you know you were just basically push the pause button correct you're just kind of in a holding pattern yeah for a long time it felt like I felt like forever so when your phone rings and you get the call from whom it would have been issue I see it yeah so then they call you and say okay it's ago we're going first of all let's go back to what how did you when did you decide what made you decide to do this because you see genie you don't know who she is right you see the story on the news and you go you know what I'm gonna I'm gonna help this person I heard you can live with one kidney kind of thing I had never considered donating a kidney it wasn't something that I had you know dreamt of doing as a child so I was you know getting up early one morning for work I usually get up at four thirty five and I was watching the news and I had time to drink my coffee and I sell Jeannie and when I saw her I knew I was going to help her and I didn't know at that time that I was going to give her my kidney but I emailed or called I can't remember which one I think I emailed and I just said Hey I saw you and I'm thinking about you and and then I think I'm a month went by maybe and I checked back in and I just felt compelled to check back with her and she said lots of people had inquired but nobody had really pulled the pull the trigger and followed through and that's when I decided Hey I'm going to be that person I'm gonna follow through for her and I'm gonna stick with their cell I was able to stick with her and it was a long journey but eventually we did get that call from as you and and I just remember the day that they told us that we had a surgery scheduled I dropped my phone and I got chills and while that's that's is absolutely that is incredible all right let's take let's go like ninety seconds here and get traffic and weather let's do that tropical weather every ten minutes on the tents and temp star heating and cooling products Jamil seventy was still a bit slow through downtown slowing down again as you pass the six seventy over past you got an accident scene just before Wilson road off in the right burn their records on scene to avoid that right lane as best.
"jeannie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Jeannie as a judge's approval for a plan to compensate the wildfire victims in that has had implications of the market so with that it's money news time let's go to add Corey from the Bloomberg business desk with the very latest from wallstreet good morning at Sam it's a thirteen and a half billion dollar plan to not only compensate wild fire victims it's also an eleven billion dollar payment to insurers and investors the genie will pay one point seven billion to California regulators as well governor knew someone oppose it but the company still leads his support for the overall plan the odd Chrysler in France is B. S. a group of agreed to combine they will create the world's fourth biggest carmaker trump administration is paving the way for Americans to buy lower cost prescription medicine imported from Canada to reduce drug prices the administration this morning offered to proposals to loosen federal restrictions on importing foreign drugs Dow futures up eleven S. and P. futures now up two points I made Corey with a Bloomberg business report on news when one K. F. B. K. all right thank you so much and let's get outside now with Bob Sims for the outdoor reports fishing for king salmon is now closed in the entire Sacramento River system and that includes the feather river the American river and the call me and all the tributaries however another type of salmon is starting to come on pretty good the same time they did last year and that's kokanee salmon at bowlers bar resort some nights Fisher being caught very healthy fish not huge by any means maybe up to thirteen inches but they're nice and fat and they are very tasty you may have to experiment as far as depth is concerned because these fish could be five feet deep or thirty five feet deep this time of year and they will change from day to day and week to week if you are fishing shallow in the top fifteen feet you're better let out at least eighty feet aligned to get your Dodger and Lou or away from the boat they will hit it much better when you do that if you live in the hills east of Sacramento anywhere there's dear be careful this is the last of the rut the Bucks have one thing on your mind they pay you ten engine to where the does are and what they're doing that does may not be in the mood and they will stay away from the box but in the mean time they're not very cautious about crossing roads slow down a bit and be aware of that Bob Sims K. of PK so you did DNA dating about just to do your date yet dear dating or Martin all right watch out time now for what you're what happened it is December eighteenth let's bring in Alber part now what if your phone for December eighteenth nineteen sixty three yeah one of the most beautiful man in the world were born Brad Pitt yes does the handsome gentleman I I I was just gonna say I happen to be born in the year two the new one with another guy well Susan laughter indicated that I had no chance in that discussion okay also in two thousand ten this song was number one on the charts.
"jeannie" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"jeannie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"jeannie" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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