6 Burst results for "Jesse Shatkin"

"jesse shatkin" Discussed on Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye

Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye

06:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"jesse shatkin" Discussed on Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye

"The time it's like i'm sad because you don't. You're not used using that word because it's of told you to like man up or things right but that becomes a habit. You can't even identify when it's deeper than just being angry. Exactly you know what i'm saying. And i think i think that Intern cuts us off from actually being able to connect with people. Because it's almost so funny is like talking to my therapist about his yesterday and it was math. You know before you make an assumption about what something is. Maybe we just start off with saying like i feel like the like this person is saying something kind of like not nice to me or i feel like This doesn't seem right now. Go into like a therapy session about level. And we're around words critic and you know what on this podcast. I'm like offer therapy. There's like i've been going for years and it's so underrated say other everybody's doing if you do it. You should do it. Please like this. I mean i think of it like people like you should work out your body but therapies working out your mind like it's the same equivalent you gotta have both though in your family like. I think it's important for you to you. Know for us to be in shape physically but we have after the like. how how. How are we gonna progress as artists if we progress in right like how human continued right like like is almost like how. How do we dig deeper in what we say as art soon. What we talk about if we aren't digging deeper likes in our own like lives internal. You know what i'm saying like. Oh absolutely you know like it's like the more we dig right and like look you can make a whole like i could be like this. The second album is is Is not as Personal per se like like every story leads into the next right but the second album was still very much like jr story driven every zone still story driven but i wanted to add Like i wanted this album. Feel like i said i said to a friend of mine. Explain me like yo. What's the difference between for sound second myself first. Album is like story time. You know pop up book. Second album is leg. The nitro six flags great adventure like house like we still. We're going on a ride. You know what it's like out by but there's like you know there's all these new small stories but just with this. Adrenaline is pumping like tulse that his album. That you know. I'm excited about but it's just like how do we are. We digging side. And how do we dig deep to find out like your like 'cause that's how you explore to we dig and the more we explore inward the more the i think the more the world starts to open up get a different perspective on things so i listened to stop and oh my goodness it makes me happy. Especially with what's going on in the world. I feel like it kind of makes you take a moment and breathe being like whoa slow down and enjoy the moment and i saw you in an interview and they were talking about how you made a makeshift during quarantine and was with a blanket. Was this that song. Yes so that bridge so the whole bridge very When you love somebody when the moment is you know that whole bridge. I did underneath quote like i had a academy is where i put that joint. Oh my head right here. And i have my life. My this is my fire who are here. Nine sort of but I've just come up. Vocals and mike is a man stuff like that but it came you. I'm glad i know it was this song. It's like wait. They heard some locals in there. I wonder if this is the one where he did under a blanket. Pretty iconic the Yeah it was that yeah. That song was homemade but with the process of writing it you know what was what was i was in. La for late for two months writing engines right right every day. Most days. I like five days a week or whatever and this was the last song that i was writing on this trip in la. I think i wrote. We wrote the song leading marsh third or something like that or marsh and left home back to new york on march fourth and this was before the shutdown. It was just about me how i had problems stopping in my life and how i this was always felt like i've been running and i'm always like working on. Doing some always always need to be doing fine. If i'm not doing anything. Mike calling a friend to see if we can hang out like not just like i just don't know how to sit. You know what i'm saying. And just show and i need a rice song about that. And then that's that's how kind of lyrics came bow and i wrote the song with some awesome right as one of my boys castle who i went to college with joel and then Shawn douglas amy watson and jesse shatkin row produced it. And who's in there we will go on but at the fourth and it was just like sometimes. I wish my life was like a photograph. Double tap the go was inches photoshop. That put him in my wallet in my pocket if i need them then a got life. Don't work like that. sometimes. I feel like i'm in nikes on the track. Even when my feet are up my mind is run fast. When i'm home. I get impatient. When i'm gonna kinda hated. My life. works like that. The sunsets an open water skies full of technical of beauty. Right in front of you some. There's so much to discover if you stop we the in for the moment stop. Give it a minute in your own. It stop only just begun so it'll be almost over so to stop. You know like see what comes into focus stops kind of crazy which we noticed stops like a set and sign soon. It'll be almost over so stop. No and that's what the song was excite. You know second. Look through the window of a train. My visions blurry what is going through the window of a train but my visions blurry so it all looks the same. All the people in the places all the voices in the faces. They all just stare back in a long talks cups of coffee waking up saints. Sorry love is right. In front of your. We finally see each other. We stopped songs about y'all. Let's just see what happens if you like. Do that for yourself. And let's see what happens when you do that. It helps me understand lyrics so much more because you tell it like a story even though you're just saying the lyrics it's incredible No thanks man. Yeah i think that's kind of like. I always try to speak the lyrics always like even before we finish every session. I'm like speak lyrics. like the you know. Say the lyrics cycle monologue list. Because if we say that way one of my musical theater. Teachers taught me to actually in college. Jeffrey done garza. Soma he's al. Less speak if you speak the let us through the monologue first. And then he used to make us. Do this thing called the caveman. So we used to only take like the words. It'd be like you know if us like a look window. Train vision blurry saying In a vision blurry look same. People places voices faces.

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"jesse shatkin" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

06:31 min | 3 months ago

"jesse shatkin" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Countdown together. So if you just press play three minutes to midnight, it's like I will never play the song and it's Silly and fun and I'd met one. I almost freestyle the entire thing. So yeah. Some days I'm very formulaic and somedays not as somebody's people give me very specific. You know what they want for an antisocial. In of a movie what they need or you know or you know what reaction is looking at the moment sound, she's a war he is attracted she really likes the United. Sometimes I get direction and I take it I just take it and I I don't work so much with artists anymore but it was so helpful to work with artists because like. I am really good at like being of service. So I could totally eight sheet sandwiches island like if I were like divas or whatever, and because I knew, I would still be getting sixty percent or thirty cents or whatever of the publishing. Dissuade them arm saying something extremely silly or a bad. Then I've done my job but you now that if they wanted to sing a song about something that I found Bonello stupid. That that was fine the I'm just there to support what they're trying to do and. I'm out challenged him some degree. It's very, very bad but otherwise, I'm just but that was really helpful to me because of that helped me, I think in terms of becoming a direct director. Right. Ryan redoubling and talk about that I for I wanNA, pause bookmark for a second for people who don't understand the Peculiarities or the intricacies of the the music business and he said the percentage is a publishing. Can you explain what that means for folks? Just they understand how different people make money in the music world? Yes. Publishing's really the only growth touring. If you're a called play, you might money. Oh, you too. But touring usually musicians will might loss. Side really only march she can sometimes make money but really the best way to make money in music if you're going to be in addition is to write as it and so. From is as pop split snus Irvine slits. And I can tell you that saw I guess in Flint is like whoever's in the room? Or whoever does one tiny word or something against tweeting you Really I think I think that's an sleep but I don't do that. And it was really funny because Betty Blanco like right me. It was like, why don't you? Why don't you? He's a producer heeds that what he did a whole bunch of. Hits he's disrupt seats. Law Hits Law. His will be stopped counting after he had ten top number one to me. Anyway, he was. He was riding the news like, why are you? Because he was working with a partner on producing a song and I'll I believe that if Iran melody and the top line I get jeep was in his law if you write the cards, you get fifty percent of the song and do the production you get paid for your. Separately aside from getting paid for the writing. So a producer producer, they sisal might thirty forty grand for producing a song that means for using his main. Putting all of the sounds in all of the piano sale via violence sound Gora or the the vice in the end debate that skulk production. songwriting prices literally just courts. And Melody. And lyrics. So cords are worse fifty percent of publishing. and. Lyrics and melody are worth fifty percent publishing. And then if you go on producing, you get a fee for producing. So I'm sorry lackey I wrote the courts to Chandelier. Can you explain what that means because I think cores I think strumming like a C.. Or A D. on a guitar but I don, I don't know if I'm thinking of the same thing. About it like it's so is I. Guess It's On Piano. And they make court and so. I'm doing I'm doing the knowledge of. Be like. that's four different like and then for different nights. I and then you you give that to the producer they put it. They take that they put it in just since you mentioned the the piano. and Near. That Chandelier I did again, right reports. But I then I sent them to Jesse Shatkin and I said You Mike Song out of this unheated production and Nice. Guy Twenty five percent of the publishing. But I'm I'm not required to do that like I could have one hundred percent of the song and paid him his production. Forty thousand volts let's say. And Melody is the sound of the voice or the and. That's just. Don't know whatever like. Yeah. It's fast melody and then. Once, you add lyrics to that. Top One. Mellon weather is called top line. Got It and so I am I talk line Ryder but. Now I guess I mostly I can write some chords I'm pretty shabby at it but I do. Do plenty clang ally on piano or occasionally in send Jesse like videos of me playing the piano is like he can see which ones I'm playing. A. Songs out of those and I am because I appreciate he. Couldn't do it without him I always even for any five cents. But again in.

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"jesse shatkin" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

08:31 min | 3 months ago

"jesse shatkin" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"It Hits Hawes on these loops and it allows you to experience yourself without the loop and I think that. You then can have the type of realization. You did six days later saying Oh. Mike Reid at night as you're. My trump microbe I'm upside down. Since let's if we could and I and I know this doesn't have to be this example but to talk about process the diamonds example is fun I. Think because of how tightly it was done a given you a to catch in a car waiting for you. Could. But but you you have these expressions. And you have a very clear thinking around your songwriting and you've talked about I've heard you talked about strong titles and the the ability to to Google, right in the case of Chandelier. Milking the metaphor you you think about this very concrete really can you just give an example of your process? Yeah I mean now it's sort of training but. When I first started by manager said, well, he said to me something that. monumentally important which was. Basically. What I needed to be doing this bay riding high-concept us going I. think he was calling high concept I, think that's what he's sitting and then I googled it in that iggy makes sense to me so that big brother I was like we're again get my quote him back in on like what do you mean? Like Mall. Take something and then. Oh. Hang on. Do you mean like piggy-bank like I'm not I'm not your piggy bank and he was like, yeah, I was like Oh. Okay. I think I've got all right. I'm worry I don't WanNa be Yo piggy-bank like. Like, yeah. That's got a bit not it but it. and. Then I'd know week later I wrote tiny and that was the first one I roy. So I started A. Channel the melody but then I st- I was I'm consciously writing down things that I thought would be good titles, global titles or that would be good metaphors or catchy. And so that was decided to be fun game, and so that's what I did for a long time but yesterday I wrote is. That is just on the verge of cheese testing. which is IRA some about New Year's Eve. It's called three minutes to midnight. So you put the song on three minutes to midnight. And then everyone can countdown together. So if you just press play three minutes to midnight, it's like I will never play the song and it's Silly and fun and I'd met one I almost freestyle the entire thing. So yeah. Some days I'm very formulaic and somedays not as somebody's people give me very specific. You know what they want for an antisocial. In of a movie, what they need or you know or you know what reaction is looking at the moment sound she's a war he is attracted she really likes the United. Sometimes. I get direction and I take it I just take it and I I don't work so much with artists anymore but it was so helpful to work with artists because like. I am really good at like being of service. So I could totally eight sheet sandwiches Rhode Island like if I were like divas or whatever, and because I knew, I would still be getting sixty percent or thirty cents or whatever of the publishing. Dissuade them saying something extremely silly or a bad. Then I've done my job but you now that if they wanted to sing a song about something that I found Bonello stupid or that that was fine the I'm just there to support what they're trying to do and. I'm out challenged him some degree. It's very, very bad but otherwise I'm just but that was really helpful to me because of that helped me I think in terms of becoming a direct. Right right in redoubling and talk about that I for I wanNA pause bookmark for a second for people who don't understand the. Peculiarities or the intricacies of the the music business and he said the percentage is a publishing. Can you explain what that means for folks? Just they understand how different people make money in the music world? Yes. Publishing's really the only growth touring. If you're a called play, you might money. Oh, you too. But touring usually musicians will might a loss. Side really only March. She can sometimes make money but really the best way to make money in music if you're going to being Asian is to write as it and so. From is as pop split snus Irvine slits. And I can tell you that saw I guess an urban split is like whoever's in the room? Or whoever does one tiny word or something against tweeting you? Really I. Think I think that's an sleep but I don't do that. and. It was really funny because Betty Blanco like right me. It was like, why don't you? Why don't you? He's a producer heeds that what he did a whole bunch of hits he's disrupt seats law gets law. His will be stopped counting after he had ten top number one to me. Anyway. He was. He was riding the news like, why are you? Because he was working with a partner on producing a song and I believe that if Iran. Melody and the top line I get fifty was in his law. if you write the cards, you get fifty percent of the song and do the production you get paid for your. Separately aside from getting paid for the writing so a producer producer they sisal might thirty forty grand for producing a song that means for using his main. Putting. All of the sounds in all of the piano sale via violence sound or or the the vice in the end debate that skulk production. songwriting prices literally just courts. And Melody. And lyrics. So cords are worse fifty percent of publishing. and. Lyrics and melody are worth fifty percent publishing. And then if you go on producing, you get a fee for producing. So I'm sorry lackey I wrote the courts to Chandelier. Can you explain what that means because I think cores I. Think strumming like a C.. Or A D. on a guitar but I don I. Don't know if I'm thinking of the same thing. About it like it's so forrest. I guess it's. On Piano And they make court and so. I'm doing I'm doing the knowledge of be like. that's four different like and then for different nights. I, and then you you give that to the producer they put it. They take that they put it in just since you mentioned the the piano. and. Near. That Chandelier I did again, right reports. But I then I sent them to Jesse Shatkin and I said you might song out of this unheated production and Nice Guy Twenty five percent of the publishing but I'm I'm not required to do that like I could have one hundred percent of the song and paid him his production. Forty thousand volts. Let's say. And Melody is the sound of the voice or the and..

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"jesse shatkin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"jesse shatkin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Thank you for having me in such a little introduction. I appreciate it. You're very welcome. Dr shack and many of us have been there. We're moving to a new neighborhood or a new city, and our children are leaving so much behind and these are real fears, aren't they absolutely? And it's a difficult thing for kids. And it's going to vary to some degree. Of course, if I'm on their age, and what their connection to the neighborhood and extra curricular is in school and house and all those things. But yeah, I mean, the move is one of those things is considered to be one of the more traumatic things in our lives. Doctor when you know, you're going to be moving. How do you tell your child? Sure, I I thing is trying to win. Do you have this conversation? So what you're talking about a teenager some of these sixteen they're going into their junior year of high school, and they got real connections to people and places and you're moving not just down the street, but you're moving out of district or far away. Daytime you're going to need to prepare for this in a way that is totally different from three year old or five year old or seven year old who even though they have some connection some routing to the place on much easier to move, but really explaining that, you know, it's very common for people to move that frequently people live in different places. There's a lot of exciting places to live you want to put a positive spin on it. There are great things about where you're at now. And there are great things about where we're gonna go. And here's what it is doctor once upon a time if a family moved that child might never talk to their old friends again. But in today's world with social media and Facebook and Instagram aren't those connections possibly going to be maintained. Yeah. Absolutely. And again, it depends on the age of child because most five year old son of a cellphone or Facebook account. So they're not gonna probably be close to their friends that post puberty twelve thirteen fourteen and beyond. They have a good chance of having some social networking in their life. And it's likely. That if they want to stay close to some degree, they can't. And that's the cherry on top of the move perhaps for the kid who doesn't wanna move that's an extra silver lining. But it's chubby doesn't wanna move. It's not enough. You know, they're they being around their friends and being on a regular basis and going to school with them and learning with them and playing soccer with them. That's different from being able to save time or to instant message or Instagram with them. Dr looking at the new home, they're going to be living in some people wonder what is the best time of year to move thinking that if they move during the summer the kids have lots of free time, but then it might be hard to find and make friends others believe the best time to move is the beginning of the school year where they're surrounded by kids. What's your take? My take it more the latter than the former whenever you move what you'd like to do is get your kids plugged into activties of other kids. So ideally, a good time to move might be the last two weeks of August, you get into the new house everybody tax room. And then they go to school the next week. So they're immediately meeting people not a lot of time to fret and worry about what's going on what you're making out on. Or if you need to move earlier in the summer, you get your kids in recreational program or can't program, not you know, way out, you know, two states away. But unless they always do you put them in a program in that area. So that they can need them kids going to school with. It can be a very positive part of their lives. In most cases, I in families are moving at least those listening to your show buying because they're choosing to move somewhere else in they're choosing to have a better career opportunity or a better chance for the family in some ways and actually emphasized great advice. Doctor and really thank you for joining us on our show today. My pleasure, Dr Jesse shatkin MD one of the leading child psychiatrists in America and vice chair for education and professor of child and adolescent psychiatry and pediatrics at the New York University school of.

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"jesse shatkin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"jesse shatkin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All that is just the beginning of all his accomplishments, Dr shack and welcome to real estate today. Thank you for having me and such a lovely introduction. I appreciate it. Very welcome. Dr shack and many of us have been there. We're moving to a new neighborhood or a new city, and our children are leaving so much behind and these are real fears, aren't they? And it's a difficult thing for kids, and it's gonna bury to some degree, of course, pending upon their age, and what their connection to the neighborhood and extra curricular is in school, and how smell those things. But yeah, I mean, a move is one of those things is considered to be one of the more traumatic things in our lives. Doctor when you know, you're going to be moving. How do you tell your child? Sure, I I think is timing. So when do you have this conversation? So if you're talking about a teenager, some of these sixteen they're going into their junior year of high school, and they've got real connections to people and places, and you're moving, you know, not just down the street, but you're moving out of district or far away. The time you're going to need to prepare for this. In a way is totally different from three year old or five year old or seven year old who even though they have some connection some routing the place on much easier to move, but really explaining that, you know, it's very common for people to move that frequently people live in different places. There's a lot of exciting places to live you want to put a positive spin on it. There are great things about where you're at now. And there are great things about where we're gonna go. And here's what is doctor once upon a time if a family moved that child might never talk to their old friends again. But in today's world with social media in Facebook and Instagram aren't those connections possibly going to be maintained. Absolutely. And again, it depends on the age of child because most five-year-old's cellphone or Facebook account. So they're not gonna probably be close to their friends that post puberty twelve thirteen fourteen and beyond. They have a good chance of having some social networking in their life. And it's likely. That if they want to stay close to some degree, they can't. And that's the cherry on top of the move perhaps for the kid who doesn't wanna move that's an extra silver lining. But it's doesn't wanna move. It's not enough. You know, they're they being around their friends and being on a regular basis and going to school with them and learning with them and playing soccer with them. That's different from being able to save time or to instant message or Instagram with them. Dr looking at the new home, they're going to be living in some people wonder what is the best time of year to move thinking that if they move during the summer the kids have lots of free time, but then it might be hard to find and make friends others believe the best time to move is the beginning of the school year where they're surrounded by kids. What's your take take more the latter than the former whenever you move what you'd like to do is get your kids plugged into activties kids? So ideally, a good time to move might be the last two weeks of August, you get into the new house everybody on tax their room. And then you go to school the next week. So they're immediately meeting people not a lot of time to fret and worry about what's going on what making out on or if you need to move earlier in the summer, you get your kids in recreational program or camp program, not you know, way out, you know, two states away. But unless they always do you put them in a program in that area. So that they can need them. Kids be going to school with. It can be a very positive part of their lives in most cases families are moving. At least those listening to your show buying because they're choosing to move somewhere else. And they're choosing to have a better career community or a better chance for the family in some ways. And that's what we emphasized great advice. Doctor and really thank you for joining us on our show today. My pleasure, Dr Jesse shatkin MD one of the leading child psychiatrists in America in vice chair for education and professor of child and adolescent psychiatry and pediatrics at the New York University school of medicine..

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"jesse shatkin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"jesse shatkin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In-depth guy to making sure you have a smooth move when you sell one house and by another and right now a really important issue. How do you make sure your children are ok when you move. Let's ask an expert. Joining us now is Dr just p shatkin MD one of the leading child psychiatrists in America. Dr shatkin is vice chair for education and professor of child and adolescent psychiatry and pediatrics at the New York University school of medicine, Dr shack, and is the founder and director of the nation's largest undergraduate child development program child and adolescent, mental health studies at NYU and all that is just the beginning of all his accomplishments, Dr shack and welcome to real estate today. Thank you for having me in such a lovely introduction. I appreciate that. You're very welcome. Dr. Jack, and many of us have been there. We're moving to a new neighborhood or a new city, and our children are leaving so much behind and these are real fears, aren't they absolutely? And it's a difficult thing for kids. And it's going to vary to some degree. Of course, if upon their age, and what their connection to the neighborhood and extracurriculars and school and house and all those things is, but yeah, I mean, a move is one of those things that is considered to be one of the more traumatic things in our lives. Doctor when you know, you're going to be moving. How do you tell your child? Sure, I think I think is kind of. So when do you have this conversation? So you're talking about a teenager some of these sixteen they're going into their junior year of high school, and they got real connections to people and places, and you're moving, you know, not just down the street, but you're moving out of district or far away. They time you're going to need to prepare for this in a way that is totally different from three year old or two five year old or seven year old who even though they have some connection and some routing to the place on much easier to move, but really, you know, explaining that, you know, it's very common for people to move that frequently people live in different places. There's a lot of exciting places to live you want to put a positive spin on it. There are great things about where you're at now. And there are great things about where we're going to go. And you know, here's what it is doctor once upon a time if a family moved that child might never talk to their own friends again. But in today's world with social media and Facebook and Instagram aren't those connections possibly going to be maintained. Yeah. Absolutely. And again, it depends on the age of trial because most five jobs don't have a cellphone or a Facebook account. So they're not gonna probably be close to their friends that post puberty twelve thirteen fourteen and beyond. They have a good chance of having some social networking in their life. And it's likely. That if they want to stay close to some degree they can. And you know, that's the cherry on top of the move perhaps for the kid who doesn't wanna move that's an extra silver lining. But it's for child doesn't wanna move. It's not enough. You know, they're they being around their friends and being on a regular basis and going to school with them learning with that. And then playing soccer with them that's different from being able to save time or to instant message or Instagram with them. Dr looking at the new home, they're going to be living in some people wonder what is the best time of year to move thinking that if they moved during the summer the kids have lots of free time, but then it might be hard to find and make friends others believe the best time to move is the beginning of the school year where they're surrounded by kids. What's your take? My take more the latter than the former whenever you move what you'd like to do is get your kids plugged into activities of other kids. So ideally, a good time to move might be the last two weeks of August, you get into the new house. Everybody unpack that's a room. And then you know, they go to school the next week. So were immediately meeting people not a lot of time to fret and worry about what's going on what they're missing out on. Or if you need to move earlier in the summer, you get your kids in recreational program or can't program, not you know, way out, you know, states away. But that's what they always do. But you put them in a program in that area. So that they can meet some kids will be going to school. It can be a very positive part of their lives. In most cases, I think when families are moving at least those probably listening to your show or buying because they're choosing to move somewhere else in they're choosing to have a better career up Kennedy or a better chance for the family in some ways. And that's what we emphasized great advice. Doctor and really thank you for joining us on our show today. My pleasure, Dr Jesse shatkin MD one of the leading child psychiatrists in America and vice chair for education and professor of child and adolescent psychiatry and pediatrics at the New York University school of medicine..

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