17 Burst results for "Jill Coleman"

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"I've been firm that I'll only talk about the children or insist on written communication when I get in return is abusive language or long winded messages that are often not about the children. I have a new partner now and will only start a conversation of impacts that children. But when these conversations comes up, she uses them as an opportunity to unload, everything on me would love advice on how to deal with someone. I cannot completely cut out of my life. There's a lot going on here. I was let's start to dialogue about it. Yeah. First of all, this is unfortunate because there's children involved in anytime. There's total involved. We have a lot to lose with that. I would just say a lot of times, you know, we have in our mind. Oh, once children get involved will change behaviors. And we'll just put the children, I that very very rarely happens. So these problems were probably there before you had children. And then now it's being exacerbated by the factor no longer together, but you have children and not only that children end up being weapons against each other. And that's certainly not helpful for anybody. Just just looking it seems to me at least in Matt's case here that he's trying to have a relationship. He's trying to talk to her, and he certainly isn't getting anywhere part of me still wants to Asmat though, as has he allowed her to fully unload, everything that she needs to say and has he allowed her to fill that she's been heard, and he's fully recognizes all of those feelings, and now we have a dialogue for as he or she started these things has he just ran off Sam only interested and talking to if you wanna talk about the children cash, really so hard because as he's describing his acts like that could've been me very easily could have been me because when you hang onto those resentments, you know, you do the person just discuss you every time you see them or hear them you like just want to go off because you're in so much pain. And so it's hard because my advice to mount would be like, okay. And I agree with you. John. About like letting her have that full space in acknowledging those things, but at some point he has to detach from that. It's not his business to manage how she feels anymore. It's one of the hardest things is because obviously someone who shares children with and like he wants her to feel..

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"It's creating a moment where you both feel safe and secure. So it's not an argument. It's not after she just came home from night out with her guy, friends and you're upset but having time and space, I to feel safe to be honest. And the second thing here that we do take a step back and realizes we all wanna be in a relationship with people. We can be honest about our insecurities with right? You know? And maybe that's just me and my thirties, maybe me, and my twenties feel that way. But I would hope that we would find someone who we can own our insecurities around and understand that we all have them, and she's probably feeling her own insecurities, and she may be using her insecurities and surrounding yourself with men to allow her self to feel good in this relationship. Like, see I have all these other options, but he doesn't know. Any of this because he's not having the conversation with her. He's writing into a podcast. So the first step is to actually have a conversation with her, and it's not to to draw boundaries saying you can't do this. You can't hang out with these people. But it's more about being honest of like, hey, it makes me feel uncomfortable. So the more information you could give me the more comfortable I'd frame. Yeah. I think inclusion here's a big one too. So if you know if she has other guy friends like I don't know maybe all go out to coffee early Kenner, drink sometimes. So at least like they know that you exist. I think sometimes that can be where things break down as well. But also like as a caveat having a conversation, if you're having the same conversation three months, if you're having the same conversation, six months same conversation in a year and things are not changing on any side. And that's probably a red flag, right because you've expressed your discomfort, and they haven't changed because they don't or you have your you haven't done the things that you needed to bolster your own self confidence. I am a little concerned about codependency here those, well, I think a lot of us, and this is very common in our twenties. We find that. Special someone, and then all of a sudden, we leave our friends behind and we just wanna spend every moment here with that person. And they don't feel the same way. And they don't reciprocate that. Then our mind starts to wander vo-. There must be other options out there. I think it's important for him to cultivate, relationships with men and women outside of his relationship that's stable healthy relationship. That's not one that has codependency. So if you're sitting at home getting frustrated because she's out with her friends guys or girls, maybe it's time for you to go out, your meet, some new people and get your mind off of it too. When you're busy right Eitel hands lead to these thoughts when you're busy. You're probably less concerned. Matt is struggling with an ex partner? He shares children with how do you deal with toxic relationships with an axe when there are children involved. Even after six years, we still cannot have a conversation about the children without my ex plunging into the reasons for the break-up and apportioning blame on me. I try to listen and not comment, but she can use up my time in the argument..

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"But I asked myself in the moment, I choose the action of trusting person, even from Netflix their votes. I love that something else that you said, they're extremely important is that you chose to go into it as a trusting person reading under trust. That is a decision. One of those decisions allows you to feel better about yourself their relationship, and with the people that are going to be around you one of those is toxic and bleeds into other relationships as well, and it's going to corrupt those relationships, and and it's going to be a constant battle. So choosing that I'm going to be somebody who tries people as choosing your power. And that really trusting yourself as. There's no guarantee that this person's girlfriend is not going to stray. There's no even though I'm live with personnel. There's no guarantee that he's not going. So I go. Okay. Cool. If the worst thing possible ever happened could I get through it? Do I trust myself enough to be able to handle it? And I don't know I think that's a practice for me having gone through. What I did. I know that I can. And I'm very open with that. I'm going all in being super vulnerable in this relationship, while also still knowing that there's a possibility that things could blow up the same thing happen again. And so bottom line is do I trust myself? And at that point if you trust yourself, then you can trust anyone else, and that's kind of a hard hard decision. There's two truths here that we have to realize a number one is there's no relationship on earth. Where you're not gonna feel this way of this little bit of insecurity. Like, everyone can cheat Ivan cheated on people a single like will you teach this your relationship expert? It happens relationships and relations most relationships. Life are not going to work out. That's just how dating works. The second truth is, well, we're probably only going to date people that are going to be attractive to other people like how life works you are with her because she's attractive. So obviously other men are gonna feel the same way. There's not this shining light only on her and UCLA one way. And everyone else Caesar something else. Odds are we're going to be attracted to to people that are attractive to other people. So it is an insecurity. That's always going to be there. It's nothing that you're going to extinguish, but it's understanding and managing the communication necessary to build the trust and feel good taking the next step. I'm wondering if she is doing anything in her other relationships that has making him fill this way. We've all been in relationships where the other person because of their behaviors puts us in a position of Phil insecure. And on the other side of that have been in relationships because that are behaviors with other people make us full, very solid and our relationships. He's. You know, he's states that he's in his mid twenties. Yeah. Mid twenties that's pretty young and relationships. So has he been in both relationships, and of course for her. You know, she's she's a young woman. She's developing she has a lot of power does. She know how her behaviors affects him and the position of puts them in. And I think communication here is going to be key. This is not something you can hold onto and just hope it blows over it doesn't work that way. And that would actually gets like incredibly tenable. We would define low-value behavior is someone who is not forthright as someone who's holding onto their own insecurities and not allowing the other person realize their behaviors and actions, and as we said earlier about the boundaries..

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"For most of our listeners. They're probably wondering what was the moment that you realized that he had changed knows worth pursuing a relationship. So what was that moment? Or maybe wasn't chairman. Yeah. How did you know? Okay. He's changed in. This is worth the friendship. Yeah. I love the US into one of the things that we didn't really talk about the fact that this was public that was fairly public because we talked a lot about our relationship, and we were kind of like this power couple running these businesses together. And so I was so embarrassed, and I had so much shame around the affair because like I couldn't share it on social media. I was I was trying to just like I didn't even tell my best friends that I moved to LA like I literally called my parents while I was on the drive. I was like, oh, I left the relationship. Like, I was so embarrassed in want anyone to know. And of course, people were falling me on soc media is like what do you do you live in LA now? And I'm like what like I was just not I didn't answer any questions that a lot of people really attached to our story. I actually didn't talk. About it publicly for about a year and a half. Well, people are asking questions and never responded. I was just very like I was still trying to figure it out. So how could I even have a lesson at that point? You know, so we did he kind of made that one eighty, but it was through our constant desire to show up to conversations. And I don't want to be a little this part. Because if you're listening, and you're going, well, you don't understand my exit Nassau and I'm like, okay, cool. There's maybe there's no hope there, but what both of us committed to. And I think it's because we were just good friends at a base level is we just kept showing up to the conversation, and we were tripping over ourselves trying to communicate because neither one of us had really done that that well, obviously, that's kind of why things there was a rift in their relationship. And so we kept showing up, and you know, and we would say the thing that we needed to say one person would storm out, and then the other person would Li amended come back, and and so we had these like this year and a half of kind of the willingness to try to figure it out and try to understand and luckily, he's someone who's also into personal development. So he was confused. He's like, wait. Even he didn't understand it to himself because I love Jill. How can I love to people at once that was confusing? And so this may not be possible for someone listening. But it really helped me become a better communicator 'cause it's two parts of communication, right? There's I knowing how you feel most people don't even know they can't even name the emotion. And then the second is being able to actually speak it. And then let the other person have their response rate rose trying to manage the other person's gonna receive it. We don't want them to mad disappointed whatever. And so I- practice just like sharing my truth and letting the chips fall, and he did the same. And we have a question here from Eric one of our listeners, and it is our Cuna episode. I think it falls in line with this exact feeling is I get a lot out of your podcasts. But sometimes I catch myself trying to mentally apply. Your tips to other people we're gonna fix them. And I'd like to know some tricks to keeping my mind constantly focused on fixing only myself. I love the show. Great advice. And I feel like for a lot of people listening in your shoes. They're like. Well, we gotta fix this other person. He's the problem my business partner and my lover all him and his action. Do I fix him? And as you said it gives away your power, right?.

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"It was like he needs to pay and he needs to apologize. And like all these kind of thing. Where it was all about him choosing the relationship or him choosing me and that made me feel really powerless. And so I was like it can't just be this where I'm just the victim in like all men cheat. And it can't just be that narrative, and I don't want to be the kind of person who doesn't believe that things can last. So for that year after I was really bitter super resentful. Just really hurt. I don't know if you guys are familiar with Byron katie's work. Yeah. So I went to she has a four day live event here in LA. I've been Nellie for six months to know anybody. So it was like super lonely trying to like learning how to be single and alone and that kind of stuff went to her four day events. And she has the thing called it's called judge your neighbor worksheet where you have someone in your life. And if you as you listen to this, and you do have whether it's a partner, or if it's a friend co worker, whatever I recommend doing this exercise. It's called judge your neighbor where you write down like you just judge the heck out of you right down like all the worst things about him. And then you question those statements so mine were like, a my ex husband's name is Jade, it was Jade is. Adolescent. Jada stubborn is self righteous. Right. Like all these kind of things, right? And so just wanted to town, and then you turn them around. And you ask like, okay, you can turn around to self. So it's I am self righteous. I am stubborn and I was like oh my God. This is me. This is how I've been the last six months, right? I've been here in LA. And I've been so mad at him. Meanwhile, he's like back North Carolina. Like not in Karen, he's doing is he's carrying on. And I was like I don't wanna be this person anymore. I don't wanna be hurt. I don't want to be angry on be resentful. And just like that. I was just like I'm done and at that point. He actually moved out to LA in a different part of LA. And we started having like a friendship, and I started treating him with more compassion, and he started doing his own work. And he started really doing a one eighty in having a relationship to honesty into integrity, and we could have conversations in like we just talked about everything that we didn't talk about for the years before. And now, he's one of my best friends, and there's nothing that like, we can't share nothing romantic. But there's nothing that we can't share because it's all on the table. And so it was a really. Like tough thing that had to happen in order to get to this kind of more evolved place. And so yeah, that's kind of the short the short end of it. And so, you know, I think it's an I look back with you say, unfortunately, there's infidelity. It's like, yes. But at the same time fortunately because if it wasn't for that, I wouldn't be here with you guys say. Oh, johnny. It's our Qaeda episode. And I got a question for you this week. Oh, yeah. What's that? Have you decided what to get your mom for mother's day? It is coming up fast. Oh, right. I totally forgot. Yeah. You know, what I need to get on that? I'm a little bit stuff. What do you think? Well, I think you can get her a skylight frame. It's the perfect mother's day gift because it's a photo frame that you can Email photos to well. Right. Yeah. I seen those those are amazing. And the best part is all those amazing photos from Iceland last summer. You can just Email right over to your mom's new frame what we certainly been to a lot of places I'm going to load it up..

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"And so that those are some of the things that I don't always think about when you talk about personal responsibility and being able to change your life. And and then you're like, okay, cool. I never saw it through that lens. But now, I kind of see it doesn't mean I'm going to change my message -sarily, but it's something to consider. Well, there's so much negativity online. It's hard to decipher what is. What is teaching me something what is the drunk guy who had three just fired off some random comment because he was upset from going out that evening, and then who who is actually giving you advice like, hey, you're actually wrong here. Here's the research to to show you that. I hope you take on this new development. It's like, it's it's difficult because everyone's just yelling at you all coming at you at the same time. And there's no context to any of it. And it's up to you to decipher what that is. And most of what's being said to be honest wouldn't be said face to face. They wouldn't come up to you that the grocery stores some of you suck. And you're like, wait what? So funny. He would never do that in person just to add to that the other stuff that's going on. And we were talking about this earlier as well age. And I of building this company for twelve years you've been doing the pike cast. How long did you say? So there's a lot of information that's going on out there. And so there's other things about you and your views, and where you stand that people don't agree with and because they don't agree with that. They're looking for other things the nit pick at you out as well. And it's like whereas these things coming from. So it's a it's it's so much feedback at it's coming from so many places at it's hard to decipher what it is an interesting space to be where you're you are creator. And you're putting your creation out into the robot ever that looks like, and you just, you know, don't you're living in a different place, for example. We're all in Los Angeles. And I feel like everyone who lives here kind of has like a very open attitude open. And then so you're surprised sometimes when you get blowback in a different place or from you. Kind of a different space that you had anticipated. And so, yeah, it's interesting navigating I enjoy it. But to your point when it's just cruel or disrespecting someone in my community, then it's just a lean van, right? And I think a lot of times in the influence our creator space. There's this perception that were perfect were infallible. And we do a good job of hiding some of our fallacies and inadequacies on social media. So sort of continues this path, but being open being vulnerable being honest about some of your struggles is really how you can connect with your tribe with your audience, and you had a very public break-up. And unfortunately, there wasn't a fair of all. And when when it comes to this side of the coin, you know this month, we've been focused on navigating relationships. We started them on talking about relationships in a new city moving into a new career and taking on more responsibility at work, and then talking about okay in our romantic life. When is the right time moving together, be exclusive how do we handle money? And what happens when we're drifting? Part. So today, we want to talk about what happens on the other side of things when the relationship that you thought was this amazing thing and even publicly outsiders are looking at it as saying this is incredible. But it isn't working out, and it has to end and unfortunately relationships do end. Yeah. I mean, it's it's so multifaceted. And so just to give everyone a little bit of background. I was married for ten years. And I was married to someone who I was actually in business with as well and be kind of came up together. So as Jill fit was building. So was his company metabolic effect. And I was working as well with me, and we were just growing our businesses. And you know, it was kind of like one of those traditional kind of like love stories like I can't believe I've found my person..

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"What's also fascinating about your journey is just how public you've been about everything starting a blog blogging, everyday, documenting your own inner struggles and growing the business obviously attracts fans, but also detract some haters and people who may not like your viewpoint. What do you use mentally to overcome some of the negativity that comes with leading such a public life? Yeah. Says a great question. You know, I'm kind of a weirdo and not I do really appreciate trolls from the perspective of I always get to learn. So at the beginning, I really I would get trolls are haters or comments on YouTube, videos and stuff like that. You guys know who it is. And I would really take him on. And it would really like hurt my feelings, and it would take me days, and maybe even a week till I kind of get over it and process it because I think that it hit the insecurity that may be all ready had. So if I had any insecurities of I'm a fraud or I'm feeling like an impostor or I'm not good enough to do this. If you have a, hey. Or or even someone who, you know, personally, kind of disagree with you publicly it feels really almost threatening. And you kinda take it on an until I had enough reps to see that my methods actually were working and that they have some confidence in what I was teaching. I really did take it on it took me a long time. And now when I get blowback sometimes, it's really, I don't know. I'm kind of like, okay. I didn't realize I was coming off that way. And so it has helped me get better at clarifying my message, and so I don't necessarily agree with it or have to take it on. But I do see it as an opportunity to get clear, and my communication of the thing. I'm trying to teach. And so I don't know. I mean for me, it's good practice, and I actually personally love debate. So I'm like cool. Let's actually have a conversation. I think it's rare to be able to have a conversation on social media. But I enjoy it. Yeah. It's usually just yelling. Yeah. I mean, and also when you think about it. It's really not that scary. It's like someone on they're just not as a person on keyboard somewhere else in the world. You know? So when you think of it that way, it kind of dissipates the the the anxiety of it or like the threat of. It. It's it's funny because I feel like a lot of us are first instinct is to just ignore it entirely. Yeah. Thank lessons to beginning from the feedback. We're getting and not all of them have to be tearing you down. They could be constructive. And ways of thinking, oh, I need to change my presentation, or oh, I didn't think of that viewpoint. I hadn't brought that into my consideration. One of the things. That's interesting sorry to cut off. It's like, you know, especially when you talk about you guys probably get this too when you talk personal development. Sometimes you're not thinking about, you know, you're not thinking about like mental health necessarily. So sometimes people go, well, it's under you know, I understand that you everyone has personal choice, and that's important. You can choose your attitude. You can choose your actions. But when you're dealing with mental illness like you don't always have a choice..

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"And that's kind of a mindset shift, especially if the women I work with they have ten fifteen twenty years of yo yo dieting, even we were having that conversation before we started. Yeah, we were just talking about intermittent fasting and the American breakfast, and it's certainly people need educated on these things and for a lot of people. It's like, well, if I just lose the twenty pounds, I'm good. And then they stop all the work. They stopped the discipline of God him there. And it's like, well, no, this is your now educating educating yourself and your body on what you're going to need to maintain this. And so, yeah, there's going to getting them up to speed on how that's going to happen. And I think we when we're seeing results we're gonna do is forever. She'll so good. I'm losing weight if feel late, but then you actually have to ask yourself do. I even like these foods like some of the questions, we don't ask. Can I see myself ten years from now eating six times a day seven times a day not taking? Vacation because I'm scared of what food I'm going to be exposed to you have to ask yourself like longevity wise is this possible. And I think sometimes we don't we just like the way it feels that. We don't actually ask ourselves. Can I see myself doing this forever? And so that's kind of the hint of okay? Is this going to be sustainable, and you you might loose lower. You might transform your body at a slower pace, but you know, the year from now anyway that you do lose you're going to have you're going to it's going to be off forever. It's a lifestyle Yash, and I kinda hate that term because it's been so overused like just change your lifestyle habit changed. But that really is. It's not sexy. What sexy is the twenty one day detox on the seven day jump starts in like those kind of things and it's fine. But I think we all I think you have to go extreme a little bit before you come back to the middle. And that's going to help people do obviously your lifestyle up to that point the decision to lose weight has led to this problem in the first place. So you're going to have to undo those bad habits and start to build better relationships and better decision making processes to handle all these things because let's be honest who wants to live a life of chicken and broccoli. And not traveling. Right. You want to be able to enjoy your life to the process. Now..

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"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"As a blog in two thousand ten when kind of like, the golden age of blogging when people are just kind of reading that. And there wasn't Instagram and stuff, and it was at the beginning of social media people really didn't know how to use it yet. And jill. At the time was just a kind of day in the life kind of journaling for me. And I blog every day for two years and over that time, we grew a really kind of like a podcast, I guess really dedicated readership for people who wanted to get up on stage or have some extreme fat loss or weight loss or something like that. So we were doing a lot of one on one meal plans at that point. And it was about a year and a half into the business. I had hired on team of five additional coaches. We were doing really well. But we were totally maxed out. It was like a great problem to have. But I realized that I didn't know anything about business. I knew how to be a Finnish. Pro I knew how to get lean. I knew how to help my clients, but I had no idea how to do business. And so at that point, I kind of did a deep dive into everything online marketing try like sales trying to figure out automation creating courses and things like that. And at that point, I didn't have the money to hire a business coach. So I launched my first business course to make the money to I didn't know everything. But I knew at least what had gotten us to a six figure business within eighteen months. So at that point, I launched my. I business course to pay for my first business coach and since then it's just been an evolution and not. It's been just so you're great, right? What I love about your side in the blog is not only just fitness and not only just business, but also mindset, and I think that is often a missing piece for a lot of us. We get so focused on external goals, and we don't realize that. Well, it's gonna take the right mindset to get their totally. And I think that's one of the biggest things is, you know, I talked to my clients who want to lose weight or they want to change their body when it get stronger, and it can't just be I need to lose weight because we all know like weight loss, isn't that? It's not rocket science. You just like don't eat and you exercise, right. But we know that that's not sustainable, and we also know that that alone isn't healthy. So it's like cool. Can you also like yourself, can you also like how you look at whatever size, and then do kind of the weight loss or fat loss transformation from that point. And so you can't try and lose weight because you hate your body. You have to kind of figure out a way to enjoy the process, otherwise it's not going to be sustained. Able so we have noticed that about a year and a half in. And what we noticed was. We were giving people meal plans work off her grams and they losing weight, but then they started gaining it. All back said lose like twenty pounds again back thirty. They lose thirty pounds gained back forty and I was like damn like this is a huge disservice. And we really took it on like, this is our problem. You know, the fact that this is happening. What in our methods is not working and at that point. I kind of felt like it was irresponsible to give people these office shelf meal plans that they dislike had to follow or else. They didn't know how to eat. We had people literally texting us from the grocery store. Unable to make a decision about ketchup without texting us, and like as much as I think that's kind of like kind of crazier psycho. But I was like it's our issue that they're doing this. And so totally revise things. Now ET something called moderation three sixty five which is how to eat the same on Saturday that you do on Monday, which is always hard, especially come from a dieting background you go to be on point. I need to be tight. I need to have all my Tupperware is ready to go. And so I teach people I think we were talking off air that I haven't actually. Cooked since two thousand eleven and so I teach people how to be able to eat healthy wherever they are..

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"jill coleman" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Online parade publishers weekly and on fitness. She's also a former figure competitor. And so. Sought after speaker who lectures extensively around the country. And we're I want to start is exactly what the figure competitor stuff. That's so intense and normally completely devastates people's digestion like seeing the number of people that just get mold up inside from that. Yes. What was that experience? Like what drew you to that? My actually my sister-in-law Jill Coleman who was like, Jillian you you have a wonderful body. You would be a fabulous figure competitor. Let's do it. And so I really jumped into it having no prior experience, and so started with the meal plan and the exercise plan, and I think that I might be an exception because I really never struggled with my gut health during competition like during getting getting ready like the prep all of those things I think with my medical background that I could approach it with a more grounded perspective in terms of nutrition. Like, I always made sure to get my vegetables. I avoided. A lot of the mental and emotional traps that I see a lot of competitors fallen to where they become they become food obsessed. All or nothing mentality. So when you're you know, if for your listeners that don't know when you're getting ready for a show, it is weeks and weeks and months of months of eating like boiled chicken breasts. You know, this and like broccoli that's like in a baggy, you know, in your eating constantly. You're eating multiple times of day. Very very bland food in before you know, it you're like fantasizing about like bacon cheeseburger, like you would rather.

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"jill coleman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"People. You have some very bad. And we can't let that happen to our country. The March is not easy. CBS's Adriana Diaz. Dehydration is what is is threatening every single person walking through here. We were told by organizers that that children have been vomiting that some have beaten. So then tough conditions Associated Press. Reporter Jill Coleman says it's not clear how the caravan will be stopped at a White House has refused at this point to explain what the president meant we've heard from the Pentagon, which has said that. No, they haven't received any directives to change any kind of programs as source at the State Department. I had a similar message saying, no they hadn't received any guidance to change things. Either CBS news update. I'm Cam Coulter. With President Trump suggesting Amy Hughes, the military to close the US Mexican border as a caravan of migrants walks towards it what they can. And can't do during debate in Washington as commander in chief. President Trump say experts has the power to station US troops had our borders. Then it becomes more murky while he can use the troops for logistical support. Federal law prevents the military from becoming an arm of domestic law enforcement heath thinking that he's just going to call this an invasion and put bunch of troops on the border. I don't think that's gonna fly Todd Wyler's and former assistant secretary of defense. I do believe that secretary Mattis, certainly the chairman will step up, and and telling you can't do that can't do what you're saying. And you're rallies. Of course, the president has also vowed to build that wall. So far that has not happened in any meaningful way. Charles Feldman, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Someone said a bond with the home of liberal billionaire? George Soros tonight. Huffington Post reported employees open it, but it did not explode bomb squad tax were set the sources home in Bedford, New York and detonated. At the FBI is investigating President Trump is personally attacked Soros, who's a favorite target of hyper-nationalist conspiracy theorists. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has met with Saudi Arabia's embattled crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the meeting today took places the crown prince faces growing international criticism over the killing of Saudi writer, Jamal kashogi. It also came on the eve of a three-day investment conference in Saudi Arabia, but he should have said he would not attend the conference, but would discuss counterterrorism efforts with Saudi officials l just two weeks until the midterm elections. New polling shows Democrats with the advantage while he's name won't be on the ballot. This election will likely come down to how people feel about President Trump. The energy is definitely breaking against the president. The question is Willard play on the congressional races. And most of the polling. We have looks like will Republican strategist Mike Murphy is now co direct. USC center for the political future. He says there is one key voting bloc panel really does come down to suburban women directly. College educated women, and we're seeing that right here in California in some of those Orange County district that lean Republican, but this year, the Republican candidates who normally have a pretty easy racer fighting for their lives. Democrats have a fifty five percent to forty-two percent advantage over Republicans in the latest USC Doorns life L A times poll of voters nationwide. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the midterm elections are two weeks away. At if a new USC Doran Saif LA times poll is correct. It will be a good day for the Democrats. They survey of voters nationwide shows the party with a fifty five to forty two percent lead when likely voters were asked which party's candidate. They would vote for in the November six election. The poll finds that desire to vote against President Trump runs, especially strong among female voters, particularly college educated white women and minority women in another poll from NBC news and the Wall Street Journal. All the Democrats hold a nine point lead over Republicans among likely voters. But when it comes to the man of the White House his numbers are surging President Trump's approval rating has reached a new high forty seven percent, which is a major jump at his popularity. The same poll found him with a thirty nine percent approval rating back in April the economy and jobs rank the top concerns among those surveyed after thousands of non-citizens were being added. A California's voter rolls by the DMV's motor-voter program new safeguards were put in place today. Be where you would have data transmitted automatically from the DMV to the secretary of state's office. That's no longer happening at the moment. What's going on? Looking at it. And there's an extra layer. Now tech state Alex Padilla told the DMV to stop on a medically sending motor voter registration data to his office until new safeguards were in place. Nine thirty five on KNX say class action lawsuit against the big scooter companies here in so Cal that story and four minutes.

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"jill coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"As my bus crashed into chaos at Southland center mall. It happened. Earlier this evening on your Rica road. Police not releasing any information on injuries, though reports say that several were injured more as we get it. Madison custody accused of threatening to kill his family back east. He was picked up this afternoon after police in Pennsylvania, Michigan state police of his alleged plan to travel home and shoot his family. It's to be a no vote on Brad Kavanagh from North Dakota's, Heidi Heitkamp, one of the few democratic senators who've been undecided on the Associated Press White House. Reporter Jill Coleman says GOP senators are hoping to vote and get this over with that midterm elections are all about how excited or how angry, you know, those base voters are, but they feel like the president certainly feels like he is hit on one issue. Here where I might impact. Republicans turn out. Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he's still not decided how he would vote. Seven new earth-like planets discovered some are already planning their exodus, John and this is your air minute through the efforts of astronomers either nationally from all different backgrounds, working cooperatively and diligently in the search for other life supporting planets known as Exo planets hit on something very big about forty light years away orbiting calmly around their Jupiter sized host star called Trappist one at least seven planets well suited for atmosphere. Characterization have been revealed, according to the technical journal article published in nature dot com. The careful observations of data from the multiple telescopes dotted around the globe opened the window to these Exo planets using an observation method called transit signals were injures are generated when the planet passes in front of their host star. From those integer ratios, astronomers can derive all kinds of information like a planet size mass temperature and distance from its host star astonishingly the seven planets detected have equilibrium temperatures low enough to make possible the presence of liquid water on their surface, the idea of getting to this relatively. Closely neighboring solar system is a bit far fetched. But not completely unimaginable. Nasa already has articles published on the theoretical propulsion system of warp travel as well as their discovery of hidden portals in the earth's magnetic field creating direct pathways to distant points in our own solar system, and possibly others. If we were able to land on one of Travis ones planets, the sky scenery would be quite literally out of this world. The tight orbits of the seven planets would make some of them visible to observers from the surface interplanetary travel between worlds in the Trappist one system, even assuming rockets no speedier than those built by NASA.

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"jill coleman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Not the first shot not sixteen. What defense attorney Dan, Herbert reminded jurors McDonald's state of mind, the findings a PCP in his system and that the officers saw him as a threat, and he knows exactly of course, not. Did he is a police officer recognize this guy was whacked out? Absolutely. Did that play a factor? His bold shoot. There's no question vandyck is charged with first degree murder aggravated battery and official misconduct. But jurors were told they can consider second degree murder as well. Lisa fielding, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM jobs gone. Also, it was a bit irritated before. The jury returns to work. He wants to see proof of a reported threat against dykes daughter that he says caused him to be late to return to the court. Remember, we'll have coverage of the verdict soon as it happens on WBZ also WBZ NewsRadio dot com to Cook County board president share with the county's Democratic Party getting into the legal fight over a seat on the metropolitan water reclamation board. Toni preckwinkle says the party stands with the more than fifty four thousand Cook County Democrats who cast write in votes for Cam Davis following the death of Commissioner Tim Bradford it was a write in race because his death came just before the primary filing deadline. Republicans did not have a candidate. But governor Rauner appointed a Republican David Walsh to fill the vacancy and brek winkle notes insists that he serve until twenty twenty a spokesperson for the governor says he was fulfilling his duty. The case is up in court later this month, Mike, Krause, her NewsRadio on one point nine FM. WBZ news time six thirty four CBS news update. Washington has been roiled by the nomination of Brett Kavanagh to the supreme court, but despite today's massive protests, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell expects him to be confirmed. We have a chance to do good here. And underscore basic. Fairness. In our country. Connecticut Democrat Richard Blumenthal calls the FBI report on misconduct allegations against cavenaugh a whitewash. What happened here was plainly the White House straitjacketing this investigation. Jill Coleman is an AP White House. Reporter the White House is pretty confident obviously, there are still a number of undecideds here. This can be incredibly close turn down to a fifty fifty vote with vice president having to cast a tiebreaking vote. But at this point, the White House's feeling very much on sigh of relief. CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. WBZ news time six thirty five of too close to fifty years on the job. The Indiana state prison chaplain is calling it a career Reverend jackass has been ministering the first responders across the midwest since nineteen seventy he's been the Indiana state police chaplains since twenty zero six his half century of ministry included, work at ground zero after nine eleven and in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, the Indiana state police department says he helped out in the aftermath of twelve tornadoes countless floods and a plane crash that killed six. People retiring to Ohio to be.

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"jill coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The news continues at five twenty two. President Trump continued to show confidence in his embattled supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh today. Is he deplaned in Minnesota ahead of a rally in Rochester? He spoke to a cheering crowd. Very well. Very well. The judge is doing well. Right. We'll have more on judge cavenaugh coming up in the news at five thirty one. And we're learning more about the man suspected of opening fire on seven law enforcement officers in Florence South Carolina, one died Jim Krasula in Florence South Carolina. The thirty-seven thousand who call this city home are trying to make sense of the shooting of seven lawman one fatally mayor Steven will Keila has spent the last twenty four hours only half believing. The stark reality of what does occur Seventy-four-year-old. Fred Hopkins is accused of shooting and sheriff's deputies and police officers as they tried to serve a search warrant at his home. The Vietnam veteran bragged online about having expert target shooting skills. Jim Krasula, CBS news, Florence, South Carolina. President Trump campaigning hard for GOP lawmakers Associated Press White House reporter, Jill Coleman says the RNC has amount on the road almost every day. At this point. They really feel like the president's presence can help these candidates by bringing out those Trump vase base voters people who don't traditionally vote in midterm elections. Just hoping that if he's there if he can read that enthusiasm that they might choose to turn out kmox news time five twenty four a back room of the Honey pit Smokehouse Kirkwood. Caught fire about six thirty this morning. Got you're really quick to fire up before it actually got in the building. We did have smoke in the building other than that. No fire extension, and nobody was hurt. Kirkwood. Fire chief Jim silver nail says the fire began in the area where meat smokers are used overnight. A man is charged with shooting BB's into a car full of high school kids. Gregory Kniffin from Troy Missouri told police he was the victim of senior prank vandals last year. So he was sitting in a chair outside with the BB gun watching for kids if instead Monday night, he saw the car heard a bang and tried to shoot at the tailgate scare the way he's charged with endangering the welfare of a child and property damage. There's a construction boom going on locally the problem. Finding enough qualified workers to fill those positions. I brought bloom. One ten GIS is president of associated general contractors of Missouri. He applied some numbers to the worker shortage problem ABC of America did a survey nationally and eighty percent of the contractors across the United States expressing shortage of work. And that goes across trae decided. A new and ongoing projects such as the convention center expansion and ballpark. Apologize for the technical difficulty. That was Cam likes. His Brett bloom reporting. Komo news time five twenty five modem spending October asking stakeholders around zuri what priorities should be in the states next long range transportation plan director, Patrick McKenna held the first of seven listening sessions today in Maryland heights. What should we do bridges.

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"jill coleman" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on KNSS

"The family through the Honore at versus foundation, hurricane Florence continues to pose danger to the Carolinas even as it passes the wind and the rain are just the beginning of the danger from hurricane Florence emergency. Management. Officials are warning of the risk of drowning electrocution from downed power lines and injuries from falling or submerged objects. They point out that segment water is prime breeding ground for bacteria. You should avoid standing water whenever possible where? Waterproof, boots and wash your hands. If you do come into contact with floodwater pay special attention to any open cuts or wounds to keep them away from dirty water and make sure you're drinking water is clean and safe. For more health news, go to foxnewshealth dot com. Housecall for health. I'm joy, Piazza, Fox News. Jury selection began yesterday in the trial of a man accused of raping and trying to kill a young girl last year. Twenty four year old Corbin Breitenbach has been charged with attempted capital murder aggravated criminal sodomy and aggravated burglary. He's representing himself without an attorney for this trial. Prosecutors allege that Breitenbach entered an apartment in the fourteen hundred block of Smith court choked a seven-year-old girl until she was unconscious took her to a balcony and raped her a nurse testified that she took a DNA sample from Breitenbach when he was a suspect in a sexual assault back in twenty twelve to establish his DNA in the system, and you web Cayenne s news as many as one in ten Americans may suffer from severe weather. Phobia. Causing him to lose sleep or have feelings of helplessness. This is according to ball state university. Researcher Jill Coleman in weathering. The storm revisiting severe, weather phobia. She surveyed about three hundred people in forty three states. She says about eighty five percent of respondents reported having at least some degree of severe weather fear. I think everybody has a little bit of a healthy fear. Right. We want people to be somewhat fearful so they're more prone to action. But it's the the phobia part is really when people are getting to the point where they're not taking the appropriate actions. And they're having difficulty in in deciding what to do or it's kind of overtaking their lives in a day to day manner. Three percent of respondents reported seeking professional or self-help treatment for severe weather, phobia or specific inclement weather events. Defense secretary. Jim Mattis says Russia has been trying to influence another election. This time in Macedonia where vote will be held in a couple of weeks could pave the way for the Balkan nation to join NATO secretary Mattis travelling in Macedonia said Moscow's and funding pro Russian groups that try to defeat a referendum on a name change. We recognize the complex political choice ahead for your people. And we support you are methadone infringe exercising. Your own Chevron voice Macedonians will vote September thirtieth on whether to approve the name north Macedonia in an effort to placate Greece. Russia doesn't want NATO to expand to areas formerly under its influence in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. Numbers released by the census bureau seemed to show poverty among children is not being eased in spite of a growing economy in the state of Kansas, Emily, fetch is director of policy and research at Kansas action for children. She says the percentage of Kansas kids living in poverty was just bit. Under fifteen percent last year compared to fourteen percent in two thousand sixteen now from other research that particularly for kids of color were not seeing a lot of movement and childhood poverty, and that they're not having the same gains as their white counterparts. This would seem to suggest that different policy priorities may be needed. When the state legislature returns in January. The community of Vail. Arizona has come up with a unique approach to its teacher pay problem. It involves tiny houses, Linda Williams of Fox TV affiliate K 's as E reports Scherer knows her and she teaches it passionately to fifth graders at this elementary school in the Vail school district. But if you do the math here and many other young teachers cannot afford to live in the community they teach in that's impossible to do.

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"jill coleman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"jill coleman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"York out there doubles put out decent gibbons and payment chico very intrigued move there this happened the last couple of shifts but it's actually the rebels editor chances of the big lie john heinz reward their effort as off the job muck deep admits jill coleman steps into clogged bond who the puk up prolong the far walter gagg david now wingsize for banning moves across iran at safeway by snyder rebound up as some time steets up toward the gene 350 john the gave is tied at two on saturday night will be right here at the rock and you can be right here on the fan listening to all the actions beginning with echo pregame show it's six gene grabbed the florida panthers out to centreright john stafford one of the golan night turns direct city talbott behind whips that off the glass we need folks it out to center ice grabbed by bright with 328 to go right to the ten looked around to his left leg different looking for the tip from boil hits deflect the comes to kicked out by talbot john did get all of it quite pets ebay by talbot its behind the net for brett step to the corner feet it out hyder mueller shut that's john y by step hurt and its russell looking the clear and he does gets back in that we get a whistle a stop issuing a name uh uh none of its database do i just an offsite this yeah i'm not tasks so the face of gums all the way down that he had been since zone russell was in his own chief's of and now the officials are going to get together let's see what they decide skunk them out uh uh gene deserving it that is where the past came from that quote achieved so the face off on the far side across in the at the din bench 300 forty go with devils in oilers nato schemes follow uh and later on when we're done with the post game joe we got thursday night football he foreseen on the fan seattle dragged off the job plucked lucid the centre circle taylor hall plays it back to put your who's out there with seve rescinded see shere hall and paul butcher keith backpedalling under some pressure for pucca it gets series it crop the ice where he shirt kicks avid tries defeated to the rightwing side knocked away but who driven in by cevers it but it.

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