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Philadelphia's Warrington Residents Get Account Credits For Contaminated Water

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | Last week

Philadelphia's Warrington Residents Get Account Credits For Contaminated Water

"Township Township Township Township residents residents residents residents are are going going to to are are be be going going getting getting to to be be getting getting some some some some payback payback payback payback for for additional additional for for additional additional fees fees fees fees they they they they had had had had to to pay pay to to pay pay in in connection connection in in connection connection with with with with a a contaminated contaminated a a contaminated contaminated water water crisis. crisis. Ky. Ky. Nobody's Nobody's Paul Paul Kurtz Kurtz reports. reports. I think I this think is this just is excellent just excellent news news for for all all of the Washington of the Washington residents residents Marksman Marksman Coalition Coalition for Safe for Safe Water Water Co Co founder founder Joanne Joanne Stanton Stanton says says the the announcement announcement the the announcement announcement that that state state that that state state grant grant grant grant money money money money would would provide provide would would provide provide credits credits credits credits to to customers customers to to customers customers of of the the former former of of the the former former Warrington Warrington Warrington Warrington Township Township Township Township water water water water system system system system should should should should go go a a go go long long a a long long way way way way toward toward toward toward easing easing easing easing a a lot lot a a lot lot of of frustration. frustration. of of frustration. frustration. They They were were They They stocked stocked were were stocked stocked with with higher higher with with higher higher bills bills bills bills after after Warrington Warrington sold sold the system the system to North to North Wales Wales Township, Township, killing killing sure sure the delivery the delivery of clean of clean water water to residents to residents homes. homes. They had They to had pay to pay an extra an extra fee fee for clean for clean water water delivery delivery because because there was there was actress actress alteration alteration systems systems and we were and purchasing we were purchasing water water to have to a have commence a commence to different. to different. Municipal Municipal township township representative representative Todd Todd Stevens Stevens was one was of one several of several state state lawmakers lawmakers who helped who helped secure secure the funding. the funding. The goal The goal is is to do to credit do credit each of each the customers of the customers for the for amount the amount that they've that expended. they've expended. Over the Over years, the years, the groundwater the groundwater in Warrington in Warrington and and neighboring neighboring townships townships was contaminated. was contaminated. Pee Pee fast fast chemicals chemicals from from firefighting firefighting foam, foam, Stephen Stephen says says there are there no are people no people us anymore, us anymore, and the and goal the goal moving moving forward forward is to is keep to keep the water the water clean clean could maintain could maintain that standard that standard cost cost money, money, and and that's that's one of one the things of the things that our that our son son can be can used be used for. for. I'm I'm

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Trump drives past jubilant supporters at impromptu Miami-area rally

KNX Evening News

01:01 min | Last week

Trump drives past jubilant supporters at impromptu Miami-area rally

"Fresh off his acquittal. In his second impeachment trial in the Senate, former President Trump gave a crowd of his fans of thrill in West Palm Beach, Florida He drove by them in a limousine waving as they held a rally in support of him. Crowd was estimated at around 600. Many people waved American flags and Trump banners Losing the election was just a temporary setback for many of his supporters here who showed up with their hats, flags, banners and T shirts. They stole the election, and basically, we're going to come back stronger than ever. Joanne Rash, a catering chef from Boynton Beach, is one of the die hard trump supporters who showed up for the rally. We need him. We need his leadership. We need his backbone way. Just need a man that could run this country. He gave us hope for the Republican Party. He's a patriot that cares about this country. I believe President Trump still is our president. He's the best president this country's ever seen, and the folks we spoke with made it clear that even though Mr Trump has left the White House, they have not left him. CBS

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"joanne" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"joanne" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Under new york todd. Very simple five. If you're going to say when you said christina aguilera help. i also had a breakdown. Why would why her shadow like. She was interest shadow as vocalist dancer. She was in her shadow. As as a when they both kissed madonna on stage madonna. They cut away from christina. Aguilera to cut to justin timberlake the next day's news only had britney and madonna and christina's like hello. I was on the same age when i came out and also very very talented. I'm also fucked up. In fact like oh wait a couple of years. I'm going to show you out fucked up. Because i'm gonna express myself a little more music but you cut away from me again so now i thought she was going like help. Them also shaving. My head are something terrible. Hell hell by also on hulu fox new york times. Something rather remember what i said. I was a kid in those a genie in the bottle. And you had to rub rub me out for that. Allow anybody poster. You can have a poster of me to new york post. Well joanne. That people would have find you online. What's the best way to play it. I know of course about joanne filing on the website. I know way instagram for shore. And anything else. We need to know. Instagram twitter facebook. All the all the all the things all things. It's all joanne Away and a knee f. I l. a. n. and Yeah i think that's yeah and if you ever want to know information about the guests were always tweeting in social media about the show including them so you can follow us and also if you have the app you can see the picture of the guest and anything. We've referenced so open up that app and look at britney you in Speaking of paparazzi. Can we get pictures. Sent to us of Of your arms all them all of all of my l. Both of them please. All of them. I can try to do that. i'll do that. Yeah i have to do a little lace camera holding. But i love. It was nice meeting you. Thank you very much. thank you so much. I had such a fabulous time. You guys are great..

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Hank Aaron, baseball's one-time home run king, dies at 86

Steve Scaffidi

01:46 min | Last month

Hank Aaron, baseball's one-time home run king, dies at 86

"Morning We had a lot of conversation about the passing of Henry Aaron. And we're gonna have one more. A friend of the show and longtime walkie journalist Joanne Williams joins us. Good morning, Joanne. Morning, Steve, How are you? I am good at it. Zah day filled with sadness. But yet the Henry Aaron's story is so inspiring that I take some some of that with me as well. And I know you had Some familiarity with the story, having covered Milwaukee for as long as you did, so it's so share some of that. Well, I have more of a personal connection because his wife billionaire and had a TV show that I worked with. And she and I worked together for Ah, year so on that show, and she was really quite good, but she gave it up to stay with Hank when they moved back to Atlanta. So, uh, it's a tough day for me. The last time I talked to Hank was about Two years ago, when I called him to talk about a memoir I was writing and I I'm gonna ask him to write the foreword for it. But he said he was busy doing some other things. I should get back to him, and we never. We never got to do that. But The last time I know that he was in Milwaukee is that a lot of people would have seen him was with the movie for Belle Phillips. Was premiered at the warm at the Art museum, and he and Billy came into town for that. And so that was a nice That was a nice occasion to sew it, Zaveri sad day and they're a lot of people in Milwaukee who? Who knew Hank Aaron not just from baseball, but because he lived in the, uh He lived not far from where I used to live in there a lot of people who actually knew him. And his family. There is a

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Taking Charge of Menopause Symptoms With Food

Dishing Up Nutrition

03:21 min | Last month

Taking Charge of Menopause Symptoms With Food

"If you're experiencing symptoms of peri menopause or menopause or even postmenopausal. I think you're going to want to stay tune this morning because we're going to be sharing some key information about how food choices can affect menopausal symptoms. So here's a just a quick example to start us off when many women drink a glass of wine in the evening you know what happens is they will wake up in the middle of the night. With night sweats or hot flashes. So if you can relate to that have you made that connection that just simply having a drink with alcohol in the evenings can often lead to hot flashes or night sweats and a poor night's sleep for sure. I have definitely made that connection. I did experience waking up from wine many times and now i rarely drank wine these days but whenever i do have a glass of wine in the evening yes it does help me fall asleep but then i wake up two or three times throughout the night and can't get back to sleep. The lesson i learned from this is wine can easily cause women of a certain age. Have night sweats and poor sleep. Also eating sugary treat before bed does the same thing. It spikes sugar. The blood sugar drops causing a night sweat and then alcohol also causes surface sleeping. See you don't get that deep sound sleep that you're looking for that's right and like you side people might be thinking. Gosh a glass of wine really helps me to fall asleep or relax or relaxed but then you know the downside is the waking up throughout the night and really not getting that deep restful sleep right over the years plenty of clients have told me if they have a glass of wine before bed they actually wake up dripping wet. They might need to change their pyjamas. Sometimes they even need to change their sheets and so for them. I mean in quickly loses. Its lor you know when when the symptoms are severe. That's right definitely changes things as a preussen in menopause and as one of our presenters in our menopause. Some and are. I know the connection between menopause symptoms and my food choices. My name is joanne. Right out i'm registered dietitian and have worked in a variety of settings for the past thirty years. I love teaching. The menopause seminar and working with clients individually who are experiencing menopause symptoms. Yes we should introduce ourselves. My name is kara harper. And i'm a licensed nutritionist. And a certified nutrition specialist. I've worked with a great number of clients who have also experienced menopause symptoms. And i'm getting to that. Age of peri menopause. So personally i do understand the challenges that women have during the peri menopausal years and that can be anytime between really between the ages of thirty five forty to fifty five. Of course that depends on a lot of factors depends on diet. What the person's eating with the stress level is but it is around that time that some women start experiencing symptoms

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Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers, has died

Mojo In The Morning

00:40 sec | Last month

Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers, has died

"Joann rogers the widow of. Tv's fred rogers passed away. Yesterday she was ninety two years old. It feels really weird following that other story but this one but You know cause of death was given so we don't know how she passed. But joanne and fred rogers were married for more than fifty years. She was a famed pianist. Who had her own very successful. Music career And after her husband's death years ago. So helped. Develop the fred rogers center for early. Learning and children's media at saint vincent college in his hometown of latrobe pensylvania so she really carried on his legacy and his love for kids and ninety two years. Old

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Joanne Rogers, widow of TV icon Fred Rogers, has died at age 92

Robert Pratt

00:26 sec | Last month

Joanne Rogers, widow of TV icon Fred Rogers, has died at age 92

"Rogers has died. The widow of Fred Rogers was out and about when the movie about her husband was released in 2019 Beautiful Day in the neighborhood, starred Tom Hanks as her husband. She then told Katie K a. T V. I'm loving everyone. I'm present for it. What Fred would feel about this is gratitude. I really do. Fred Rogers died in 2003 Joanne Rogers was 92.

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Joanne Rogers, widow of TV icon Fred Rogers, has died at age 92

Robert Pratt

00:29 sec | Last month

Joanne Rogers, widow of TV icon Fred Rogers, has died at age 92

"Widow of Fred Rogers has died. Ktkk TV, recalls Joanne Rogers, commenting on the movie A Beautiful Day in the neighborhood, starring Tom Hanks. Released in 2019. She said she loved the movie quote. I think Tom is a genius. Almost. I want to give credit. Tom Hanks has gotten lots and lots of good press, and he deserves every bit of it. Mrs Rogers was given the George Romero Legacy Award at Steel Town. Entertainment 2019 Ellie Awards Joanne Rogers was 92 news from

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California hospitals overwhelmed by surge of COVID-19 patients

Lynda Lopez

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

California hospitals overwhelmed by surge of COVID-19 patients

"Hospitals to assign more patients to their already overworked staff. KNX is. John Baird has more from Los Angeles. The governor gave the okay to adjust the nurse to patient ratios a few weeks ago and now, for example, ICU nurses can care for three patients instead of two and er. Nurses may be asked to handle six patients instead of four. Joanne Spats, is the director of the Institute Institute for for Health Health Policy Policy Studies Studies at at UC UC San San Francisco. Francisco. Our Our overall overall number number of of nurses nurses per per population population is is among among the the lowest lowest in in the the United United States. States. Even Even though though the the hospitals hospitals they're stacked really, really. Well, this is putting more stress and strain on the nurses, with experts predicting another surge of covert patients coming very soon. Some California hospitals have considered

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Scientists search for ways to lock more carbon in the soil

Climate Connections

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Scientists search for ways to lock more carbon in the soil

"Plants absorb carbon dioxide as they grow and store it in their roots stems and leaves but when plans decompose much of that carbon returns to the atmosphere joanne. Corey is a plant biologist and geneticist at the salk institute for biological studies. Her team is working to develop new plant varieties. That can lock more carbon in the soil long term. She says these new plants need to have more and deeper roots. In order to bury the carbon down deep where there are fewer microorganisms that can decompose the plant and made all the company go back up in the atmosphere correy says the ideal plants will also have high concentrations of a molecule called subaru which is found in cork it holds a lot of carbon and breaks down very slowly. The project is in its early stages right now trying to understand what those traits really mean in terms of jeans with that information. Researchers can selectively breed those traits or engineer them into widely grown plants such as corn and wheat. These owners of crop plants. Because you really need a lot of land you do. This corey hopes that in ten years. These climate-friendly crops will be growing in farm fields around the globe. Climate connections is produced by the center for environmental communication

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Interview With Micah Larsen, Hilarious University Marketing Professor and Mom

Fancy Free Podcast

05:21 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Micah Larsen, Hilarious University Marketing Professor and Mom

"Thank you so much for being with me today. Thank you for having me joanne. Absolutely fill in the blanks. What did i miss about who you are and what you do. Oh boy. I am a montana toddler. Mama which means that. I spent my time outside. Four seasons of the year chasing my one year old around right now league us. My background is in social science. So i'm actually a trained social scientists in published research on persuasion so that was kind of made. I love if you will. I married my husband. Eric works medicine. And so this has been a very interesting time Yes australian co bed. I'm sure you can imagine for all of time spent apart. We have a one year old wilder. Tell me about how you came to be part time professor. Yes i went into academia. Because i love people in their brains since i came out of the womb. My parents would say that. I asked why about everything. Why why would you now. I understand as a mom myself. So i found that social science was the key to why people do what they do and i fell in love with the idea of studying people's brains and how we form relationships in dot world of communication research. There's as little tiny nisha research called social influence or persuasion. And so it's basically the science of how we get people to say yes to things and within that i researched health communication so basically how we get people to say yes to wear seatbelts or donate their organs or in my case have safe sex so like use a condom and that was a really interesting topic to study. Oh my gosh. that's so fascinating. Yeah i think. I missed my calling. I listened to several podcasts. That are along this line hidden. Brain and invisibly leah and i like revisionist history with malcolm. Glad well even. Though i know that he's more of an observer at he's not as much of a scientist but i just find anybody who thinks about humans and what they do and how their brains work in a different way or a unique and new way. I'm so fascinated with i. I just can't even get enough of it. So i love eating this. Yeah you hit. The nail on the had hidden brain is exactly my realm of study. I love it. And i actually wrote a blog post about one of his episodes about tunnel vision. I almost felt like it unlocked. A part of my understanding about other people that was missing about how people can make such terrible decisions because they're under duress and there's a whole episode. I think actually unsafe sex. And you're rational decision making in your thought process when you're sitting in your office chair. Drinking a cup of coffee talking to a girl felt like well. Of course. I would never put myself in harm's way but then when you're under the influence of infatuation and the moment somehow suddenly our brains make different types of decisions but that that episode about tunnel vision. There's so much more there. I think he just kind of grays. The tip of the iceberg on why people make unexpected unpredicted decisions and why people kinda dig themselves into a deeper when all of the outside observers are going wait. Why don't you just stop doing this and start doing this. But because they're already in that whole they just can't you know yacht. We get super married to our convictions. In so our brains are really uncomfortable with information that goes against our beliefs so we end up seeking out and believing information that even if it's not really good information as long as support previously held beliefs. We just roll with it. I haven't heard the tunnel vision episode but that sounds exactly like the type of research that was doing which kind of explains like people who believe that cohen is a really scary disease will contain to believe that more and more staunchly. Yeah they will reject data to the contrary they will collect data to the consistent. Exactly that is exactly the same thing we do with politics and so many things all right. Well let's do rapid fire questions. If you had to describe yourself in one word. What would it be bold awesome. What is your number. I'm in achiever. Which i think is a three with an individualist swing so achiever in midwest yes okay. So three wing four. Fold your baby. I love it. What is something unexpected. That has changed about you in the past few years so i became a mother which wasn't unexpected. Because i didn't know if. I wanted to have children but i became a mother in a very unexpected way which i'm sure we'll talk about. Yeah gosh. I can't wait to hear more about that. Wow becoming a mother is like the earth shattering and paradigm shifting. I opening and exhausting. What's the scariest thing you've ever done for fun moved to africa. Wow you did it for fun. And when was that twelve years ago. I was in college. Amazing and africa is a continent. Where were you in africa. Yes i was in ghana which is like no armpit carnival area of the west coast. So we're kind of curves.

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"joanne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:22 min | 3 months ago

"joanne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Urges in the document. Marshall claimed to have knowledge of multiple crimes including the abduction of joanne. Ratcliffe and kirsty gordon. Although he was only three or four years old at the time of their disappearance he claimed to have been present when the girls were kidnapped by his grandfather. Nine pedophile stanley off. A ha- marshall alleged. That hot who worked as a butcher at the time don't apron and then killed the goals before burying the bodies in barrels he referenced two locations including property in the rural town of yet. Nah approximately two hundred and twenty kilometers north of adelaide. Diatta was the pecan. Damn at the twenty eight kilometers. North marshall also provided hand drawn maps and descriptions of the barrio sought. He claimed that were to wells located on the property major crime. Investigators said the documents would be reviewed but ultimately dismissed the claims as nothing more than marshalls sexual fantasies. He had submitted allegations over the years. Which further investigations had proven to be false. Though the more police confirmed they had interviewed hot immediately following joanne and cursed his doctrine and there was no evidence to link him to the crime had since passed away in nineteen ninety nine the private investigators working on behalf of the ratcliffe and gordon families looked into marshalls claims. They believed the documents contained credible information which was being considered by. The police not only was hot nine to abuse children. He also physically resembled the prime suspect. In the ratcliffe gordon case he was also a north adelaide. Roosters saporta who regularly attended games during the seventies into thousand nine. The private investigators visited the cane run of wa formed in the early nineteen hundreds the reservoir served as an only irrigation system to supply water to surrounding farms. Access is granted. Fire along dirt road that leads down to the water's edge. It's an isolated place hidden at the base of the rolling or a roux hill saad and framed by thick bush land although the dam is no longer in use at still fills with water during wet seasons at other times the water draws andrew said's exposing the dams sloping bank and muddy base following the maps provided by mosh. Show the private. Investigators came across a concealed and submerged tunnel carved into the reservoir wall. After trudging some distance into the dock passage. They eventually came across a set of sealed metal gates further rin. They discovered to fuel barrels stamped with the acronym. Us i f. United states air force in sawed the barrels was a reddish hannibal hamlin substance. It was independently tested and cam back positive for traces of blood and acid. They also found goes shoe The danley hots fulmer yet. Property was located thirty kilometers. South of the reservoir. A search of this location uncovered a stained butcher's apron with matching bushes pans a medical book newspaper clippings related to joanne and curse these disappearance and a wide brimmed kubrick style hat. The evidence was handed to the police a few days later. The private investigators received a letter from the attorney general asking them not to pursue the case. Light off police went to yet. Nah and conducted their own searches of the property. You'll say ran. Darren forensic tests on the substance fan in the barrows but only fanned quite wake to very wake trace of blood. That couldn't be concerned to be human while police wound to ruling hot rod as a suspect. They were satisfied that nothing on cabinet. He's property was related to joanne. And kirsty disappearance. They dismissed marshall's claims. Does nothing more than a fabrication of his imagination in two thousand twelve. Suzy ratcliffe launched an online appeal for information. This prompted a foam a neighbor of the ratcliffe to come forward to implicate her father in the crime. She also claimed to know where the girls bodies were buried. The woman provide certain information about the rat cliffs that gave police reason to believe this lady was credible die investigated the claims further da until it was revealed that the woman's father had been friends with the gel wayne's grandfather shea had often either heard the two men discussing the case over the years. She had convinced herself that her dad was involved but it turned out to be nothing more than a child's wild imagination as the forty year anniversary of joanne and his disappearance approached in two thousand eighteen. Police again appealed for witnesses to come forward as a result seventy three year old. Rubber mcmahon raged out to wet light based in use paper this sunday mail claiming to have seen the goes on the day. They went missing at the time rub. It had lived in a boarding house on von straight in the northern suburb of prospect. The house was less than four kilometers north of adelaide oval which could be reached in a five minute. Drive depending on traffic rub. It said he was watching footy on the television. When one of these housemates came inside with two young girls he claimed where he's grandchildren. He was a scottish man aged in his forties. Whom robert new only as scotty. The older girl attempted to say something but scotty told her to shut up. Scotty showed the goes off to his housemates and then locked them into a crane. Colored van was parked at the back of the house..

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"joanne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"joanne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"In mid two thousand fullness senior inspector colon lehman code fa joanne and kirsty to bay declared legally dead having initially led to the investigation into the goals disappearance. He told reporters being involved. In the case as i was. You've got to try to tell the family something said don't give up. You have to tell them. Something will come up but sometimes that does not. During national missing persons waking august two thousand two especial plaque commemorating the loved ones of missing south. Australians was unveiled in raw milk park on the northeast and edge of adelaide sebei day embedded into a bench had aimed to provide a place for the friends and relatives of missing people to reflect speaking publicly for the first time in many years. Curse these mouthed kristiangaric said it will not bring closure but it will provide us with a place we can go. We don't have a symmetry your barrio sought. This is all we've got. Tom does not make a but it does not get any better. Rada it just takes any little memory to trigger things. Will you always wonder what coasties i i have. School would have been like we always one dial what could have been but two thousand six joe in and kirsty had been missing for thirty three years as the anniversary of the disappearance approached. Joanne's youngest sister. Susie spoke publicly about the case for the first time. Having been born fourteen months after joanne went missing. Suzy remarked on may not have been born when joe disappeared but on no while would've loved her all the same off during during use of anguish. Susie said her mother and older brother. David had resigned to the fact that i would never find joanne alive digest. Wanted a buddy fan said that she could be laid to rest as a teenager. Susie had a strong desire to find the person responsible so she could make him suffer the way her family had as she got outta the need for revenge subsided and was replaced by the need to properly grave. She urged her quote on no longer care who it was. The main ding one is not to know why but to have closure for my family it would delay joanne saul to rest and that of my father of think that david no dad has been dead for a number of years. He's still out there still looking a really want that closure for him so he's so can light pace as a result of suzy's play for information nineteen new reports were made to the police. One came from a woman. Authentified as mrs zef who had been nine years old at the time of the ghost disappearance. Mrs zeph told police that on saturday august twenty five nineteen seventy-three she'd been playing on the steps near a toilet block at light. Ivo a man had approached tend to begin asking inappropriate questions such as if she had ever kissed a boy or had sex. This went on for about ten minutes. Before mrs fs. Father noticed the interaction and cold his doda back to her family as soon as joanne coasties. Abduction made headlines. Mrs fs parents reported this incident to the police. They were told officer would be sent had to speak with them right away but no one showed up and the report was never followed up on given the time that had passed ole miss zeph and her father could recall was that the man had been about thirty years old clean shaven with lot brown head and address in a sports jacket. He hadn't been wearing a hat nor did he matched the composite. Sketch of the men witnessed leaving. Adelaide oval with two goals believed to be joanne. And kirsty. mrs zeph still found it difficult to visit the area surrounding the ival as it gave an.

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"joanne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"joanne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Les- and kath ratcliffe and their two children thirteen year. Old david and eleven year old joanne would dedicated red legged supporters. They attended most games during football season. Including the nineteen seventy three round twenty clash against the roosters. That day leads parked that car knee. What was then the river. Torrens police station and to jolie's boat ramp and the group made their way across to delight oval shortly before the gang commenced at two ten pm. The ratcliff family took a seat in grow l. of the sir edwin smith grandstand their derain into friend and fellow. Red legs fan. Rada hakko radar locked. The ratcliffe was part of the usual crowd of red legs supporters. She had brought along her four year old granddaughter. Kirsty gordon for the first time. Despite this seven year. Age gap. Joe into an immediate sean to kirsty. It was their first time meeting but the girls quickly became friends. They spent the majority of their time playing together and with other children in the grandstand while the adults watched the game australian rules. Football games are divided into four thirty minute quarters quarter time refers to a six minute break that occurs at the end of the first and third quarters. There is also a twenty minute break halfway through the match. Less and kath ratcliffe didn't allow their children to wonder off during these breaks or the game's final quarter. This was said they would avoid getting caught up amongst the crowds rushing to use the toilets boy snacks or leave early early in the game. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom. And the ratcliffe. Let joe in escort her to the nearest toilet block. Roughly three hundred meters away lessened. Cath trust the dead ordering tighly. Joann was mature. You of her age always followed their instruction. And you what to do. In case of emergency the nearest toilets were located in thoroughfare. The joan crespo grandstand next to where the wrecked cliffs and rate hakuou was say did multiple busy walkways lead de including the one that circled the perimeter of the oval joanne. Kirsty returned from the toilets with the incident lyda. They went to fond straws for their drinks at approximately three forty five. Am enduring the third quarter of the match. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom again. Given there was still plenty of time until the break. The ratcliffe allowed joanne to a school. Kirsty wants more twenty minutes. Past and joanne and kirsty still hadn't returned to their sates. As three quarter tone drew closer less ratcliffe went in search of the pair. Hey expected to find them. Playing on route to the toilets but didn't spot aid the girl on the shore walk once. He raised the toilet block onto the john chriswell grandstand. He asked a woman to check the all toilets on his behalf. Not they joanne. Nor kirsty wherein sawed at four non pay 'em the three quarter break commenced. Hundreds of spectators flooded the concourses blading to the toilets and concession stands as well mary the iron gates at the southern entrance of the oval. Where i've been this allowed the general public to bypass the tunstall's and dented the grand free of charge to watch the end of the match won the game entered. It's fun. Oh quarter at four seventeen pm. Joe in kirsti was still nowhere to be sane although the roosters were well ahead before the break the red legs made a comeback. The nail budding spectacle during in more spectators and roiling up those already present the energy adelaide oval was intense dhabi month. The secretary of the south australian cricket association was overseeing the match in the oval secretary's office when a panicked cath rackliff arrive. Shane foam domon. That joe in and kirsty were missing and requested that an announcement be made over the public address system. Monroe refused sorting a rule. That prevented me gang. Nance bence in case at disrupted play. Hey told cath to inform a police officer though may be no attempt to allow. The office saw that happened to be sitting in his office at the time. Mundane instructed cath to return to her. Say competent that the girls would make their way back soon. Direct cliffs andromeda hukou spent the remainder of the game searching the joanne and kirsty at full forty. nine pm. the fun sarin rang signaling. The end of the gain there was still no sign of the goes as the crowd dispersed. The rack cliffs returned to the secretary's office and demanded an announcement be made

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The Joanne Ratcliffe And Kirste Gordon Case

Casefile True Crime

05:57 min | 3 months ago

The Joanne Ratcliffe And Kirste Gordon Case

"Les- and kath ratcliffe and their two children thirteen year. Old david and eleven year old joanne would dedicated red legged supporters. They attended most games during football season. Including the nineteen seventy three round twenty clash against the roosters. That day leads parked that car knee. What was then the river. Torrens police station and to jolie's boat ramp and the group made their way across to delight oval shortly before the gang commenced at two ten pm. The ratcliff family took a seat in grow l. of the sir edwin smith grandstand their derain into friend and fellow. Red legs fan. Rada hakko radar locked. The ratcliffe was part of the usual crowd of red legs supporters. She had brought along her four year old granddaughter. Kirsty gordon for the first time. Despite this seven year. Age gap. Joe into an immediate sean to kirsty. It was their first time meeting but the girls quickly became friends. They spent the majority of their time playing together and with other children in the grandstand while the adults watched the game australian rules. Football games are divided into four thirty minute quarters quarter time refers to a six minute break that occurs at the end of the first and third quarters. There is also a twenty minute break halfway through the match. Less and kath ratcliffe didn't allow their children to wonder off during these breaks or the game's final quarter. This was said they would avoid getting caught up amongst the crowds rushing to use the toilets boy snacks or leave early early in the game. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom. And the ratcliffe. Let joe in escort her to the nearest toilet block. Roughly three hundred meters away lessened. Cath trust the dead ordering tighly. Joann was mature. You of her age always followed their instruction. And you what to do. In case of emergency the nearest toilets were located in thoroughfare. The joan crespo grandstand next to where the wrecked cliffs and rate hakuou was say did multiple busy walkways lead de including the one that circled the perimeter of the oval joanne. Kirsty returned from the toilets with the incident lyda. They went to fond straws for their drinks at approximately three forty five. Am enduring the third quarter of the match. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom again. Given there was still plenty of time until the break. The ratcliffe allowed joanne to a school. Kirsty wants more twenty minutes. Past and joanne and kirsty still hadn't returned to their sates. As three quarter tone drew closer less ratcliffe went in search of the pair. Hey expected to find them. Playing on route to the toilets but didn't spot aid the girl on the shore walk once. He raised the toilet block onto the john chriswell grandstand. He asked a woman to check the all toilets on his behalf. Not they joanne. Nor kirsty wherein sawed at four non pay 'em the three quarter break commenced. Hundreds of spectators flooded the concourses blading to the toilets and concession stands as well mary the iron gates at the southern entrance of the oval. Where i've been this allowed the general public to bypass the tunstall's and dented the grand free of charge to watch the end of the match won the game entered. It's fun. Oh quarter at four seventeen pm. Joe in kirsti was still nowhere to be sane although the roosters were well ahead before the break the red legs made a comeback. The nail budding spectacle during in more spectators and roiling up those already present the energy adelaide oval was intense dhabi month. The secretary of the south australian cricket association was overseeing the match in the oval secretary's office when a panicked cath rackliff arrive. Shane foam domon. That joe in and kirsty were missing and requested that an announcement be made over the public address system. Monroe refused sorting a rule. That prevented me gang. Nance bence in case at disrupted play. Hey told cath to inform a police officer though may be no attempt to allow. The office saw that happened to be sitting in his office at the time. Mundane instructed cath to return to her. Say competent that the girls would make their way back soon. Direct cliffs andromeda hukou spent the remainder of the game searching the joanne and kirsty at full forty. nine pm. the fun sarin rang signaling. The end of the gain there was still no sign of the goes as the crowd dispersed. The rack cliffs returned to the secretary's office and demanded an announcement be made

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The Kerry Babies

Murder Minute

04:52 min | 3 months ago

The Kerry Babies

"On saturday april fourteenth nineteen eighty-four. In cahiers sabine in county kerry ireland a local man jack griffin was out for a jog on white strand fees when he saw what looked like a doll wedged between the rocks in a plastic back. It was the body of a newborn baby. Boy he had been strangled. His neck was broken and his tiny body had twenty eight stab wounds. Four of them were in his heart. The baby was about five days old born on or about the seventh of april and had been dead for two days the irish police known as the gardy recalled and they in turn called the undertaker. Tom carnitine when he arrived tom. Cruise into the baby with water from a nearby freshwater stream. He placed him in a small casket and gave him a name john. The gardy suspected the baby's mother specifically an unmarried mother perhaps a teenage girl or woman who was having an affair with a married man in catholic ireland in the early eighties. Abortion was illegal as was divorce condoms were only available with a prescription and birth control. Pills were only prescribed to married women. Both were difficult to obtain any sex education or lack thereof was laid out by the church. Young unmarried woman found herself pregnant. Her parents could send her away to a church. Run home where she would have her baby in secret and then the nuns would take it away for adoption. Irish women few options could use. Evine was a small town in police. Knew that someone with no something. They questioned women all over town even physically examining some of them for signs of a recent pregnancy before long. They found a suspect joanne hayes. Joanne hayes was a twenty five year old single mother who lived roughly forty miles away. In abbey dorney north kerry. She had recently been pregnant but wasn't anymore and no one had seen a baby. Joanne worked as a receptionist at a gym. It was there that she met the father of her children. Jeremiah block jeremiah. Was married with children so joe am lived with her daughter. Her mother her aunt and her siblings on the family farm. She hid the pregnancy and by april. Her relationship with jeremiah was over joanne. Hayes told police that she gave birth alone on april twelfth but her baby died shortly after she then buried the infant on her family's farm. Burials like this were common as babies who were born out of wedlock or weren't baptized. Were not permitted to be buried in consecrated ground. Babies like joannes received home. Burials after this traumatic birth joanne needed medical attention and it was through the hospital that these authorities discovered her as the guardian interrogated joann. She begged and pleaded insisting that if they would just allow her to show them her baby's grave on the farm. She could prove that she was not responsible for baby john. They refused

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Solutions for Menopause Symptoms

Dishing Up Nutrition

04:09 min | 3 months ago

Solutions for Menopause Symptoms

"Well. Let's get started on today's topic. And i. i want to clear up a misconception. That many women still believe in the past. Many women were told that as we age and reach menopausal years we become deficient in the hormone estrogen. Now the truth is most women have too much estrogen. The excess estrogen. Let's just call it. Estrogen dominance and joanne is gonna talk more about that as well. That's right. I think a better way to explain. Estrogen dominance is if we compare the amount of the hormone progesterone that we have to the amount of estrogen that we have so. It's really we really want to be in balance and when we have too much estrogen and not enough progesterone. That is where we get the term. Estrogen dominance right and when we taught her popular menopause survival seminar in house. Most women were very surprised to hear they did not need more estrogen from hormone replacement therapy or hr t which has a lot of what they had heard from Their from their doctors And to be honest these women actually needed to detox. The excess toxic estrogens for their health. Now some of you might be wondering what are the symptoms of access toxic estrogen. So i want to share some information before. I answer that question because i find that women. Even when they're younger you know in their thirties or forties they can also experience those symptoms of estrogen dominance or excess estrogen and so again too much estrogen. That's the of what we've always been told her. That the misconception that we need more men right. here's just a couple of the symptoms that can occur from this. Estrogen dominance and so many women will experience. They'll notice a decrease in sex drive decrease in libido irregular menstrual periods swelling of the breasts breast tenderness. Even fibro cystic breasts. Disease and uterine fibroids sign of too much estrogen right. You had mentioned earlier Headaches or migraines the ones that come before the menstrual cycle. That's right irritability. Depression problems sleeping insomnia and of course weight gain is another one favorite topic right exactly. Oh in joanne You and i were talking before the show about how we have both had clients in the past who had come in and they would talk about. Oh i used to get headaches and migraines but they would be coming to us postmenopausal and they say oh my headaches and migraines no longer bother me right. So that's just an example of someone who was getting headaches and migraines due to likely s excess estrogen right and then with you know with menopause. The hormones all shift right and then the headaches and migraines style and that's not the only caused migraines but it definitely plays in because yachts of women have come in and say i used to get migraines but now don't anymore so we know that's true and there are also more Other more serious symptoms that have been linked to excess estrogen or estrogen dominance and there are certainly links to estrogen dominance and breast cancer. There's also links to uterine cancer. There are links between excessive estrogen and autoimmune diseases especially comes to mind the hypo hypothyroid shimoda thyroiditis. There is a link between excess. Estrogen and excessive. Blood clotting that can lead to heart disease so those symptoms can be very serious.

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How To Support Your Child With Autism

Healthy Eating For Kids

04:45 min | 4 months ago

How To Support Your Child With Autism

"Joanne. I thank you so much for joining you today. I'm eating for kids podcast. Thank you. Thank you for inviting me. My pleasure. Tell me more about your work. It sounds really interesting and we've been chatting a little bit this morning, but tell me a joke. Yeah, so I've been working for two with children now for about twenty years and I specialized in supporting children with additional needs and special needs. So these are children who have autism like you already HD sensory processing disorder any variety of needs including communication difficulties and behavioral difficulties. Wow. And do you ever come across children who are very picky eaters? Yes. Absolutely. Yes. Yeah, absolutely. And that's one of the things that we do support at home as well. And it's supporting the parents of the obviously to put a plan in place for their child. Okay. So tell me a little bit more about your services. So for example, if a family listen to the podcast today and thought wow, they really loved the sound of Joanna. How exactly do you support your families. So the we have a number of Specialists and these are dead. Sleep specialist tutors. So we do have an academic approach but these because we're so specials. We're also able to support children in their communication and in their behavior, so when it comes down to communication that links directly with eating and nutrition as well because nutrition is about how a child can communicate their wants and needs which is of course includes the hunger and their thirst as well. So cheesy will come in place and talk about any variety of need that their child is experiencing so it could even be fine motor and gross motor skills that you're that HR need to develop and so the tutor will come and provide in a sense three support communication School support nutrition support behaviors off anything that that term is and it's all completely TaylorMade. Wow, it's nicely. You've got quite a big team of Staff working with you. Yeah. So searching my rolling is dead. 2:00 is when a client or new parents phones me. I have a really in-depth discussion with the parents as to what they're looking for in a specialist or a specialist user and then took my role is to match that client or that that students with that child with the specialist immediately making sure that that matches absolutely perfect with regards to the skills and experience of the Specialists. Okay. Perfect Well, I obviously do work with families with children from the autistic spectrum and I generally help them with regards to either very long selective eating. So not yet a Ford Explorer as I like to call them. But also they may ask me about some of the special diets out there and we might explore the evidence around them to see if they were wanted to try an Elimination Diet. They me then we might go down that path. But obviously it's really difficult if your child only eat a really small dog. Except sometimes children who come to see me are eating less than 10 foods or less than 20 foods and I discussed strategies to help them expand that page list of foods that list of safe foods really and it sounds like you do a little bit of work around it as well genetics time on that. Yes. So what we really do is discover the sensor needs of the child with the environment. So there's some things that parents aren't really recognizing it could even be found for example, so what sound is going on in that child's environment is and is that having an impact in a diet e and therefore in that willingness or unwillingness to taste new foods and and to explore and obviously taste but even light and the feel obviously the feel of them food in the mouth and the look of the food so I'm will talk heavenly father about obsessions and colors of food and and ideas around that but its rebirth Thinking about that texture in the child's mouth and some children really like no strong textures some children like quantity text textures and it's how to age gradually introduced different textures into the child diet. Let alone, you know, different nutritional values in the foods as well to being really really aware of that sense of yeah, that sensory needs that that the child is exposed to as well

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Court hearing for accused Philadelphia cop killers is delayed when a defense lawyer goes into labor

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Court hearing for accused Philadelphia cop killers is delayed when a defense lawyer goes into labor

"With the murder of Philadelphia Swan Sergeant James O'Connor went into labor in the courtroom. And so final arguments in the preliminary hearing have been delayed Our crime injustice. Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has the story as prosecutors are wrapping testimony with the detective, A pregnant defense attorney began to shake her water than breaking in the courtroom. Judge James De Leon called it life in the works and postpones final arguments for the case to the middle of November. Sergeant James O'Connor was shot and killed in March while serving an arrest warrant and authorities in charge Tucson Elia below Mitchell and Kalief Sears with his murder, saying the trio fired dozens of times. SWAT team as they tried to execute an arrest warrant. Another man who they say was inside that apartment, Sherman Easter length, faces gun and conspiracy charges. Prosecutor Joanne Pescatore. We're just disappointed. We want to get the case moving forward. It's been seven months since Corporal O'Connor was murdered, and we just want some resolution into targeting the case moving forward. O'Connor's widow, Terri, who also had delayed her husband's funeral because of the pandemic, said she was too devastated to speak to reporters in center city, Kristen Johannsen K Y. W News radio. It's 308 more pointed

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What You Need to Know About the iPhone 12

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:00 min | 4 months ago

What You Need to Know About the iPhone 12

"Apple held its second big virtual event of fall yesterday word announced an updated home pod smart speaker, and of course, the headliner its first five G. capable iphone. We originally expected this phone in September but production was delayed due to supply chain issues from the pandemic. Now that it's here, we turn to senior personal tech columnist Joanna Stern to tell us what we ought to know join us. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me. Joanne on tell us about this new iphone twelve. I think you mean four new iphone twelve's because in making things much easier for us all to understand apple released four new iphones. But they also have these slight differences. There's the new iphone twelve mini with is actually not that many but does look a lot smaller than the last few iphones we've seen. Then there's the iphone twelve and then there's the iphone twelve pro and the iphone. Pro Max you got that all. Only. Just. So what new features did we see I think that's what makes this year's upgrade pretty great is that there are lots of new features across the entire lineup and the big ones include five G. Five G. is an all of these new phones. There are new designs of all of the new phones more square edges looks a lot like the iphone five or the iphone four was very nice beautiful design some. Really happy to see that you've got camera tricks and you've got all new screens, new Oleg screens across the entire lineup plus your favorite anew charging configuration. Right? I am very excited. The design has a new magnet in the back. This is not visible, but it's below the surface and there's a magnetic coil and apple is now rolling out a new accessory line called MAG safe. You might remember the name from those old macbook. And these magnetic accessories will clip to the back of the phone and one of them is a new wireless charger. That apple says will be a lot faster than usual wireless charging, and of course, the big update here is five G. capability. Five networks are supposed to be the next generation networks and bring faster download speeds better connectivity. And we know investor sentiment has really reached a fever pitch in anticipation of this new phone, what are they and apple hoping this new phone can do for the company I think they are all thinking back to other quote unquote super cycles, and these were big leaps in iphone technologies whether it was big leaps in screen size or big leaps from three G.. To Four G. and there was a lot of excitement around these almost a decade ago and that really got people to upgrade in by new phones because the technological leaps were significant here we're seeing a little bit of that, but it's certainly not the leap I. think that investors or even apple thinks it is especially in five G. I've tested a lot of. Five g phones and they can be very fast but they can be pretty fast when you're in specific areas and when you're on your phone, you don't really feel those speeds. Of course, what the investors and apple are hoping is that the speeds unlock newt sorts of innovations, new types of APPs new types of technologies that run on top of it we saw. This with four G. Four G. unlocked a whole new generation of APPs things from Uber to instagram our phones could load these things faster. Now, our phones are pretty much fast enough. What are we going to do with this faster speed? That's the big question yeah, and we heard over and over again during yesterday's presentation that quote five G. Just got real you've quite. A bit of reporting on five G. Networks I wonder what's your take is five really real now for smartphone users five G. Israel and you can get it but you have to be in a very specific set of circumstances to get it. You need to have the right carrier you need to be in the right location in verizon sense you actually need to. Be Outside standing near a opole. So it is real but is not going to be very real for most users right now. So it sounds like there's a bit of a disconnect between proponents of five G. and consumers. How are we expecting to see apple and their carrier partners trying to close that gap? A Lotta this is about future proofing you have A. Five G. Phone now, and these networks start to get better and they start to get better pretty rapidly. I have to say I have seen a substantial increase in the last year last summer I had to journey to different parts of the US to get five G.. Now, I can just go to a different section of the city or a different section of. My neighborhood to try to test out five G.. So it is getting better the speeds are getting better but there are a lot of technical hurdles and there are a lot of glitches frankly, I mean, there are times when I testify g and the same exact spot and I could get blazing fast speeds, one minute, and then another minute just sort of four speeds. Are Joining as our senior personal columnist. The big question is, should people upgrade to this phone or should they wait my advice is to wait for my review but if you're looking preorder, my first piece of advice is do not upgrade just for five G. that's not a reason to upgrade. But what's really nice about what apple was there was a whole other big feature set that you get here that isn't just tied to five. G. You get those nicer designs you get that nicer screen you get that more compact form factor. If you want to get that many device loads of new camera tricks many that I don't frankly understand and need to even dig into because the presentation was so packed with all that information. So don't just go by for five G. go by for the big package and what it all means together. All right anything else that jumped out. At you about yesterday's event. Yes. Interestingly, they started the event talking about the product that we never remember that apple makes, which is the home pod, a new home pod mini, and this is a really compelling little product. It is a smart speaker from Apple Ninety nine dollars. Obviously, they're to compete against the Amazon and the Google Minis of the world lots of features that others have had before it's lagging in music support. No. spotify and Pandora's not going to be there for a couple of months but seemed like a compelling holiday gift by

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Stressed Out; Not Sleeping? Nutritional Solutions To the Rescue

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:38 min | 5 months ago

Stressed Out; Not Sleeping? Nutritional Solutions To the Rescue

"As we all know, it's a very stressful and high anxiety time for all of us. Currently, we're in our tenth month of this worldwide pandemic and from all reports, you know this could continue to be the situation for the next few months. Maybe the next year we just don't know some of you are living in areas are locations where the corona virus infection rates are increasing, and we know that's causing a lot of stress. Stress comes from different places and for different reasons. One example is I'm sure many of you are experiencing this or at least know someone who is it's business both old businesses new businesses they're shutting down. So many people are out of work rent and mortgage payments are due in addition to that. A lot of us are worried about family or friends or loved ones. Getting covid nineteen some of you might be frontline workers and worried about your own health. He know this corona virus anxiety can often show up opposite people having a lot of seriously problems. So that is a little teaser about what our topic is today. Yes. Definitely and I WANNA talk about sleep problems for minute. Do you have ongoing problems either falling asleep or staying asleep? Lack of sleep, which means not getting at least seven and a half to nine hours asleep most nights can affect your coping skills engineering. Zayed's level will just continue to climb. So does that sound like you last week I promise you that car and I would come back to the studio today to dig deeper into the connection of anxiety and sleep problems, and we got some questions from listeners and we will get to the. Back last week Joann gave her email and that's right and she didn't get some questions that's going to be interesting. Now, some of you if you're tuning into dishing up nutrition for the first time, we want to just make sure we re introduce ourselves. If you are a longtime listener, I'm Karak Harper and my background I'm a certified nutrition specialists I have a master's degree in holistic health I'm licensed by the State of Minnesota I've actually been a nutritious for thirteen years. The reason that I believe I was asked to be on this show today, and maybe you're listening to it as a podcast is because I have a history of having a lot of restless nights lying awake staring at the ceiling waiting for sleep to come, and if you can relate to that, you know how stressful that is to not be able to fall asleep or more to be waking up in the middle of the night or too early in the morning and not be able to get back to sleep. So today I really WANNA share my personal and professional knowledge and successes and things that have helped me. And I am excited to be back in the studio with Joe? Today? Because we were just here last week together we were. It's good to be back here with you today car. So good morning everyone. My name is Joanne right out and I've been a registered and licensed I- Titian for a very long time many years and I am fortunate to have worked at traditional weight and wellness for the past seven and a half years I always tell people it kind of my blessing in disguise I had gotten laid off from a job and this was a great opportunity to learn a new version of nutrition from the one I used to practice and I'm loving it I spend my time working with clients individually or teaching a number of classes including are popular menopause survival seminar. So to all of the covid nineteen restrictions, all of my client appointments are done either by phone or zoom. And you heard why Kara was chosen to be on today's dishing up nutrition and some of you may be wondering why I was picked to co host this radio show and podcast about sleep and I also have firsthand knowledge of this topic both professionally and personally, and I wanted to share some sleep solutions also that have worked well for me and my clients. Yeah that's another great point sharing. We'll be sharing clients stories. Yeah. Because that's where we get a lot of our knowledge right? We do appliance. During this really trying time, it's critically important to take care of your body and to take care of your brain. At least three habits I'm sure there are more but we're GonNa talk about three habits to take care of your body and brain, and we'll kind of do like the top three that come to mind with our topic of sleep and stress. So, sleeping at least seven and a half to nine hours most nights. Eating real food and moving your body. So we want to just keep this simple and keep focus on the things you can control. There's so many things out of our control right now. But most people have some control over sleep food and movements Joanna and I wrote down some habits and I think we both really try to live by these as much as possible to manage stress and anxiety especially during this pandemic. So we'll share these habits you might WanNa be jotting these down just get a little post it. You can put it on your refrigerator she's going to be three tips.

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Edit Your Weddings on the iPad!

This Week in Photo

04:22 min | 5 months ago

Edit Your Weddings on the iPad!

"Welcome back to another episode of this week. In photo I'm your host Frederik van Johnson Today on Hodzi is Rep Marley like I said in the intro there he's a wedding photographer destination wedding photographer he knows his way around the camera way around his way around the wedding business. In fact, he's in the not hall of fame. So he knows his way around this industry, but he does a lot of his post processing on an IPAD. So that's what intrigued me about this array. Right. Welcome to the Joanne. How's it going man? I really appreciate the opportunity this is great. I'm excited to talk to you and I connected on twitch. Lurking in one of your streams, watching you edit photos on an IPAD and you know what I said when I saw that blasphemy. Early. Actually get that. A lot of people don't like what are you? What are you doing on the IPAD? This is it's definitely not something you would typically see when you watch photographer edit for sure. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, I wanNA talk about that. Well, let's talk before we get started with let's talk about your pedigree you know with with photography how'd you get started and how did you get inducted into the not hall of fame? So I got into the wedding industry actually from I've been doing this. Technically, my business started in two thousand and ten. So going on ten years about eleven years here in the next few months but I started my business technically while I was in, college? And it's definitely one of those things to where there's just listening to have done so bad. Interview before. So. You really yes. Yes. Cool. Your you're perfect. Your Voice is perfect your audio serve big your lighting and background or perfect. Just thinking this is a conversation is chatting. All right. You start. You may answer the question again and ask again I'll before okay let me let me pause that from not pausing banana. Leaves some blank space for my edit here. So here we go. Okay Aereo. Case a here we go. was I on a two-shot wasn't a two yard shot Aereo. Okay. So before we dive into your workflow and you know the IPAD and how you're able to use that in in in a professional setting, give us a little bit a little bit of background. First of all first question would be you the what what's your origin story I always ask people what the radio spider you know story is how did you come Zuber Chiro? How'd you get into this this crazy world of taking pictures? Okay. So it actually started for me out started out on the yearbook staff of my high school those the first time that camera had been putting my hands. The teacher was like, Hey, we need someone to take pictures in that moment I was like sure all do it, but I really had no clue what I was doing. But as I began to take pictures in high school, I found passion for it fell in love with it. and. That's really where it all began and then when I went to college actually applied to be a part of the magazine staff that would go around and take pictures for the magazine for the university I went to and from there really just kind of became a snowball effect. I. Guess You could say it in college was probably one of the few students who had his own DSL our cameras it was a canon x Ti. So it was another fancy, but you gotta start somewhere and so you know I was really proud to have my own cameron year in college and so as. My friends began to get engaged. They came to me Be Willing to take our engagement photos sure and I would just take photos and that right there is what I guess. The snowball effect is and what started everything and so. As I began to take more and more of my friends engagements eventually led into weddings and was really just doing it for fun. And before I knew it though by the time I had graduated from College I had enough photos to put a portfolio together for a website, and so you know graduated no SEC. Okay Let's see if we can make something work and so I put a website together and then the fun began of trying to figure out how to. Grow it into a business probably a whole different rabbit trail, but it did at eventually grew and grew and grew to where it is today

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"joanne" Discussed on The Deconstruction Workers

The Deconstruction Workers

07:12 min | 8 months ago

"joanne" Discussed on The Deconstruction Workers

"The university professors than a lot of time talking to each other about popular culture in academic journals and academic conferences. The problem with that is you. Don't go to academic conferences, and you don't read academic journals and I WanNa talk to you. Some of the most brilliant thoughts in America about popular culture never get to be heard and I'm on a mission to change that. Brilliant People Fascinating conversations I'm Dr. Christopher Bell and this is a hard hat area. You're on with deconstruction workers. Good Morning. Good afternoon. Good evening wherever it is, you are this Dr Christopher Bell you are on the deconstruction workers podcast and joining me today. Today is a good day for you. Dear Listener, because we have not one but two new players in the studio today which I am super excited about, but before we get to them joining me today on the line is founding construction worker longtime construction worker Dr Lauren Macci. Doctor is an independent scholar now in Cleveland, but has been with us for a very long time. Welcome back to the shadow Lord. Glad to be here once again, also joining us on the line as I, said two new players, our first guest is Dr Elizabeth Tomorrow Clark. Dr Clark is a full professor now of history at West Texas and Am University. Welcome to the show for the first time was glad to be here. Our second new player is Tonga Henderson to Lana. Is a doctoral student at the University of Connecticut working in English. Welcome to the show to longer. Thank you very much so today. I have brought three members three core members of leadership team of Harry Potter Studies into the studio. We've talked about Harry Potter. Studies on this podcast in the past I am the chair of Harry. Potter studies the Founding Chair for the last. Eight years now I believe it is and Lauren. And Elizabeth and to Llandough have been with US forever, and we are talking today about a thing that well I don't Wanna I don't WanNa buy if the conversation too much. We're talking today about JK rollings. We're talking about her specifically, but we're also talking about. People like her. We've done just Weeden in the past on this show. Content creators! Who later we find out are a problem in one way or another. And what do we do with a work when the author of that work is in some way problematic? That's about all I want to see as prep I want to add a prep. Helpful so so Elizabeth to Launda Chris and I all met through Harry Potter Studies, but we are all coming from pretty different backgrounds, so Chris and I are coming in from as we discussed in season. One of the deconstruction workers we are coming from rhetoric, though I come from critical masculinity and presidential rhetoric, Chris comes from feminism and Girlhood, studies and popular culture to Launda is a great background in being not just a librarian, but also a popular culture and young adult fiction scholar. And disability studies and fat studies. Is that correct on and Elizabeth is a historian, so Elizabeth and I. When we talked in Prep for this episode did talk. We talk about, Wagner. because. Talk about toxic creators of popular content, so we are coming from very different disciplines, even though we are all coming in from the core connection of being Harry Potter. Studies people and big time Harry Potter fans. Yes! I think that that's a good starting point for this conversation is that we have four scholars coming from three different fields, but As long as you said even she and I are not necessarily doing the same kind of work, even though we're in the same field. So. The impetus for this and I don't even I. Don't think I'm the right person to intro this in this very specific thing because. I don't pay attention to JK. Rolling at all. Zero, To her. I don't pay attention to her. Either I found out about all of this because Dan Radcliffe. Statement and I was like wait. What did she do now? It wasn't that I was following her, and then I haven't paid attention to her. Since it least since Dumbledore was gay. Or she said so. We need to take a step back so most people who are in the Harry Potter Mill. You will know what we're referring to sideways here, but for those of you who are not familiar with what's going on. We are referring to JK rollings most recent. Foray into being what is known as a turf. Onda do you WanNa? Take it from here and explain a little bit more about what the fact that this is not new. Yes, and this is just the most egregious most recast, so I think the reason why this one has hit as as hard as it has this one being transported tweets, and then an essay that she wrote on her own website that just was virulent is because people like Dan Radcliffe in Eddie red main and snow was Wednesday. Have come up and said this is not okay, and so what the most recent. Controversy started when she clapped back. If you will at a tweet that referred to people who menstruate. And she was like I'm sure. There's a word for these people. What could it possibly be? And then had these versions of the word woman trying to get to that word, and then people were like that's not okay, and then she wrote the SSD say yes, it is, and then people clap back at her to say no. It's not what Lauren was alluding to though is that this is not the first indication that we've had, but she's been transphobic in December. She tweeted in support of a British. which is own issue, but somebody who was miss `gendering trans people in the workplace got their contract not renewed and then shooed because they felt discriminated against because they weren't allowed to miss. Gender Trans People in the workplace. I've heard that she's now appealing the fact that the court said that she didn't have the right to do that. But even before that the author of Harry Potter whose name I do not say. She has liked and followed transphobic people in the past, and in.

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"joanne" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

09:04 min | 10 months ago

"joanne" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

"Now I could have devoted pages and pages to that controversy however I felt that the core elements of its problems which I see his how it uses her. Them's how it prevents its users from seeing how it filters information for them specifically that has been at the core of all of these problems since its inception basically and I had to go back all the way to its founding to show look. They're they're going to be. Many scandals are going to be many things out. Look like we can regulate these problems. Way And just tactically resolve the issues but the problem with facebook is inherent to the service that it provides. Yeah and I do think that's an important reminder and you know I think one of the things I really love about. Your book is how much you insist on sort of taking us back to these early moments when some of the stuff was being decided but I also wanted to kind of relate some of the stuff to the president because for example one of the things I do maybe what I'm feeling a little too self destructive. I like to take the laptop out and start doing google image searches of trump supporters. I've been doing this a lot and one of the things that's really struck. Me RECENTLY IS HOW TECH ORIENTED. All the shots are like every single trump supporter. Has You know a fancy iphone or an android phone. You know it's it's a reminder that you know like sure while all this technology could be used for good. It could be used as a way to get us out of our filter bubbles and maybe connect ourselves to the larger world. It's not we are in tech notice Topi but for some reason you know because you're not looking at images of trump's supporters. You still seem to have a sense of optimism or I mean maybe that's the wrong word but you're definitely not sin ICAL IS. I feel I am an and I guess I don't even know what the right word is. Well Yeah I think there are still ways to use the internet in ways that are beneficial and there are still ways to reclaim those spaces. That were genuinely warm and inviting many decades ago. I looked to things like my friend Darius because I may has little hat forum on Mastodon which is all of his friends and some friends of friends and it's very casual. We know who owns that? We know who operates it? We know the users we have a trust in that community of just under one hundred people and something like that. I get so much out of it because I don't have to perform when I'm there. I don't have to worry about whether people are engaging with my post enough for if I'm a big loser because only two people saved this instead of twenty or I don't have those concerns at all. It's just about going to a website talking with people who happen to not be in the same physical spaces me and having a lot of that conversation and the jokes that can only really take place in text. I mean that's something that we haven't really gotten into in this conversation. Where like because it's text based it has its own kind of humor to being on the Internet things like means things like images do yeah and audio and definitely audio and all of those elements using that to keep in touch with people that I can't. I can't just grab a coffee with 'cause they're across the country that is something that a love to see more people have that experience because what I see a lot of and this is also worthwhile to is what I see. A lot of is people trying to shape the corporate platforms for their own uses. So if you personally have some strategies in place you can find privacy. Create a locked account fall. Only other friends of yours have locked accounts. I mean this is just a way to kind of circumvent some of the problems that you face just using it for your own personal friend group whereas you think about friend. Groups are communities in general and fiscal world communities these artists centralized by nature. You meet someone who seems very cool at an event and keep in touch with them and maybe you don't see them as regular be as your best friend of many many years. But this way of having people enter into her lives and making space for New People and sometimes kind of distancing yourself when there is a problem with someone that way of being elastic and fiscal world. I think are ways to make that possible on the Internet using technology that is not exploiting you not encouraging you to post constantly. My general feeling is there ways to circumvent the the negative aspects of social platform the slake facebook to minimize their harm on your community on yourself but I feel like that when we talk about minimizing harm. There's another opportunist. It's Kinda jumped in at this moment of necessity for criticism and that's what I think. Unite Jokingly called them the tech apologised. I am right now. These people who actually played a role in made a lot of money building tools That really addicted people in Harmed People. And now all of a sudden they've gone on the lecture circuit with their own book about like what apologize. Yeah that's dangerous. Yeah I we've definitely talked about this and I feel like the best perspective that I've heard about them comes from Kate. Lasi who was an early facebook employee and wrote a memoir of time. That was very much underrated when it came out in two thousand twelve. It was much too early But the way that she is explained the tech apologists is that the project of Silicon Valley is complete like we see Silicon Valley now as as its own thing now it is like Wall Street now. It's never not going to be something. So because of the power of that region because of the power of with our word means they can do this and hold onto their credibility. And of course there's also the sense of being the stewards of the cleaning up because they are the experts they know these companies better than any of us and yeah like self regulation is the same as a tech apologised. Yes that's exactly what it is and it's just it's an incredibly frustrating because in order to to make these points they have to erase all of the criticism that came before them. They have to pretend that they didn't know better that. No-one raises concerns. When I know for fact that people within the company is would raise concerns and be ousted inevitably that the sense of the founders the executives who are now apologizing this is just another element of maintaining their own control maintaining their control. Over the controversies. One thing you come back to a couple of times in the book. Is this idea of the library. Not just as the library as a metaphor but also the fact that the Internet lacks librarians. What do you want us to think about when we connect librarians missing him? I wanted there to be an understanding that what is missing. Is that care work inside a community and of course. There's incredible work like the Internet Archive. That is archiving material. And my book probably wouldn't be possible without their existence. Just that I was able to go back to a lot of communities but the euro's link now and I can plug it into the way back machine and all of a sudden see how it was back in ninety six. That's incredible to me but what I'd like to see individuals who are that point person not just concerned about the information in the care but also the interactive the elements of talking to other individuals. And if we want to Internet to be beneficial for all of us. The library system is what we should be looking to for inspiration.

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"joanne" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

09:53 min | 10 months ago

"joanne" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

"Weeks after the social network hit theaters Tim Wu's book the master switch which was a look back at an earlier. Communications revolutions rounding the telephone and radio. And I bring this up because Tim examined the role that government played in helping these industrial monopolies like ABC. At and T. Consolidate Power and when the book came out back in two thousand and ten. You know it was kind of impossible not to think like wow okay. So how is this going to go down with the Internet companies like Google and facebook but today ten years later you know? I think it's really important to note that there was no government regulation. There were no like deals that facebook to grow and consolidate power at the expense of of other companies and other alternatives. It's the users it's facebook's users who helped sucker burke built his empire and I know I know it sounds crass but I just can't help imagining sucker waking up every morning after checking. How many billions. He has in his bank account. You know looking in the mirror and saying dumb fucks but you know reading your thoughts about when and why you stop using facebook and instagram. It did make me feel like maybe I'm being a bit too harsh. Am I one thing that I would dial back as I don't think users are responsible for where facebook is today? The elements of government not intervening. It's a little bit complicated and it goes back to you know. Brock Obama did seem to have the support of Silicon Valley. Very strongly and this would have been about the time. That targeted advertisement was really skyrocketing as the way that that these social platforms were making money. And I strongly feel that the period of time that is the least studied and the most underwritten about is that period of late odds to just before the snowden leaks. That's when the changes were happening and there wasn't enough Media scrutiny and there certainly wasn't government regulation there could have been something like rights over data data like legislation of that sort that that might have been useful in these years and I also feel a strong element of this was the lack of media attention toward Silicon Valley in the years where it was growing enormously. That would be a time that instead of having stories about what are the risks thought. Facebook legitimately poses to society in terms of data in terms of surveillance. Be Cover story isn't the Atlantic about is facebook making us lonely and BS. Less principle lasts rigorous commentaries about the internet came at the expense of more thorough investigations of the scope of their power and the risks that they did presents. Well let's come back to another one you do write about in your books in that time period is like looking at the introduction of the iphone. Two thousand seven. You know you write it shows up. Basically the same moment is Obama. Arrives on the scene and the great recession. So when you think back to those three things coming together with the I mean it. No one forced everybody to go out and buy a five hundred dollar iphone. A had no money money and it was something that made people's lives easier. Possibly but the convergence of those three elements Brock Obama's presidency. Great Recession iphone. That is the decade or so that tech became something that generally is understood to be. Today's culture today's media and a lot of the problematic elements of silicon valley culture. That was apparent back. Ten years ago are much more widely understood in in culture today because we see their dominance is so unavoidable. It's kind of amazing. How much stuff actually happened around this time in two thousand and ten for me? Personally this is when I started my first podcast or you know the one that was the first version of what I'm doing now. It was on the radio station. Wmu Unit was called too much information. And you know I remember specifically choosing that name because you know of the two things that I saw on a collision course on the one hand we had companies like Google and facebook and agencies like the NSA out there you know hoovering up as much information as possible in order to survey Oh and target people and then on the other hand we had this new ethos in the air that you know sharing was awesome over. Sharing was even more awesome and privacy sucked and you know I think even in two thousand and ten. I knew that we were on the verge of like a colossal colossal trainwreck. And I think that my show definitely made some contributions to the disaster reporting but what I really wanted was to have critics on the podcast but you know they were really hard to find because this was a period that was dominated by the techno utopians. Yes and they were the ones who were writing for the few tech oriented that were in business. At the time. There weren't a lot of tech verticals. There weren't a lot of magazines but those who did have those positions in the media. I don't understand quite why it was so oriented toward boost tourism other than perhaps people were very desperate for somebody to be doing good since Wall Street had failed so overwhelmingly after the great recession. It could've been that. Yeah you know back in two thousand and twelve during Obama's reelection campaign. I think it hit me. Just you know how much crossover there was. Say between like the Tech Team for the campaign and then people who are working in silicon valley even at companies like Google and facebook and twitter. You know looking back. It makes sense why there was no regulation. Obviously there was a lot of boosters them you know what I mean. Yeah his friends. With whom is forever a challenge and media and I also have to say that at that period of time in two thousand ten two thousand twelve or so. We hadn't yet had as strong these public conversations about diversity in media and to this day efforts to be more inclusive have not necessarily worked as well as many of us might hope there is awareness and there is a conversation and I think if you had far more. Diverse perspectives in say wired magazine Even more women writing for them. Which at that time if you look at the masthead of wired in maybe two thousand ten there will probably be just a handful of women. yeah you know. One of the reasons. I'm so happy to have you on the show and I'm devoting this whole episode. Just talking about you in your book is that it. Is You just kinda point out? It's that we were kind of waiting for tech criticism. We didn't really have it and I know you hate this word as much as I did but I really feel like when I put the book down I was like finally someone is written an actual real book of technology criticism. But you cool with that label. I am called criticism and it is funny because the reason this book is a history is because it's a history of of pitches that I couldn't place anywhere so it's just. It is a little bit of my story having difficulty being included in various publications. And I didn't want this to be an I told you so kind of. I wanted this to be a genuine way for people to get up to speed and understand that this has been a long time coming. You know it's interesting that you up the history of your own work because I know you're having known us some of these chapter titles of Your Book Community. Sharing Accountability are things. You have put a lot of thought in care and work into over the years but I want to bring it back to the present moment because this sort of disaster that we're sort of experiencing right now. Is there something about the particular moment of the President? That's kind of helped with your perspective. I have mixed feelings about that because I felt. Sometimes the current scandals sometimes could distract me from the core elements of some of these platforms. That make them dangerous. So the chapter. That was the most difficult for me to write is chapter community which is about facebook because wall was working on it was when facebook was deep in. Its controversies over Cambridge.

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"joanne" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

07:05 min | 11 months ago

"joanne" Discussed on WRVA

"Are we thank you for joining me my wife Joanne is here how are you sweetheart what do you think a radius of are you having fun I'm having a it just feels great to get out of the house and go actually go somewhere besides the store this is Jordan you got a minute we are straight up guerrilla radio right now yeah I know because we were not supposed to come in here well yeah now we got permission at the end but they were really trying to do they they've been trying really hard here at the radio factory to keep people safe as they can you know keep him at home but people losing their minds I'm sure it's it's I don't know is that you know is someone who has been in victimized by this virus I mean not that I've had it but you know well I mean I'm reading right now on Facebook of Sattar whites a Goochland tradition it's a restaurant has been around for ever yeah even I mean they're suffering a lot of restaurants are suffering that yeah that's gonna be the big one for me is how many of these places are gonna be able to stay open all you know that that the government has been doing what they can and you know the small business loans that are now out there I mean if if that's something it's kind of like gambling on the stock market you got as you know you're doing it with the idea that we can we can keep ourselves operational for a little while longer but where we're gonna bank on you know this summer and the the fall you know with you know with everything and getting a little better I'm a firm believer I believe this with all my heart and all my soul that once this passes we will come back over America will come back with a vengeance yeah I mean that's it's in our DNA it is I mean that's what we're built on I know this for a fact once it's clearer one of the very for I. D. you know I don't go out very often do we honey now pretty much home bodies okay we are we're home but I am going to spend major money on a night out as soon as were allowed I mean yeah drinking out is expensive I will not care I will not care what the steak costs I will go out and spend that money just to even if I don't have it I know that sounds crazy right but it's doing what I can we miss Gurley's that little restaurant that opened in our in our neighborhood I've walked in there at least once a week looked at Helen and said honey I'm not even hungry right but we'll take something again yeah because what else you gonna tune right yeah so for those of you out there who are listening by the way first of all I got thank you again Mr George no you know you go above and beyond I've had some really great producers over the years then I'd like to thank that I've been an inspiration to summable yeah okay of a Kyle is a Kyle loves I really enjoy this but you know what right now we're sitting in an empty building it is eight nineteen at night it your lovely bride is probably going to see that where is she's like what time you gonna be hell and I was like I was like midnight I don't know hopefully not that late no hopefully not that late but I got a thing people like you you know that you're keeping these things go away yeah I mean we can't just flip a switch in the radio station disappear that's why I came in I mean I well that's why I wanted to do the Facebook live because it was like you know like we can't be here so we might as well do something right right no something is better than nothing you know what I went I'm a firm believer in something better than nothing what's interesting I'd I don't like the sound of my own voice right okay nobody does now yeah I write hate mail to myself this is I do I do I do I cut a demo one time I listen to myself for like three days was cutting this demo and I wasn't doing exactly I'm sending hate mail J. Richard you suck please don't talk anymore the Facebook live sounded pretty good yeah I that's why it will you know will need to act confab after this and hopefully we can we can figure something out and do that do it again because you know we got some caught we got some feedback and people seem to enjoy what we were doing so you know and as long as you know the our our our overlords here in the building are just like do what can we you know we believe it or not we are considered essential because this is an operation of the media and media operation in the media I mean essential is an essential job functions did you know I'm essential I always love doing or doing essential work for keeping the public informed very very with very very little but you know we're keeping people informed and entertained and that's what we have that's our job it's all about entertainment these days I don't know about you like I said I'm losing because here's the thing and sweetheart I'm sorry to say this but when people say what do you want to binge I've done it yeah I name it I've already in fact right now we're holding off on watching the new season of Ozarks just to have something to look forward to right you know so it went Hey have you seen the amazing Mrs Maisel yes like that day it came out that day and we were done that day yeah it's not healthy I don't know how I lived without a DVR how do I live without TV that you can pause yeah I don't know what it is I do miss that I miss that a lot what's that being able to to pause and rewind live TV you can't do that not not in our package you know it's really interesting I'll tell you this really quick I remember when I was younger and sopranos came out my body to be because they had like a free weekend I saw the spread is like I must get HBO thank you I would wait every week here's the new episode then three years ago I went on a binge it only go back and rewatch the whole series and I realized it was better when it was every other week because when I was every other week he had this horrible horrible human being and by the time five oh seven days past you forgot exactly how horrible he was right so you'd get it softens it when I binged it I've never hated anybody so much as Tony soprano might something to be said for that yeah look people we're gonna get through this we are and if you need me contact me on Facebook on Twitter ugh give me a call email me Richard McKenna Hotmail dot com I appreciate you coming in sweetheart did you have a good time I had a great time George not much I super appreciate you doing this for me man yeah man are we good at we out here yeah I guess so and roll it up that is another home show in the camp burned to a disc put neatly in a shoe box underneath my mom's bed I want to thank Jordan for getting up late.

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"joanne" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"joanne" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"And that can Beckmann show up as guilty shame and so we just even Shane as a core emotional experience l. Let's talk about James. Do you want to do is a European feeling shame. I'll give you feel the shape. I look I have no problem exploring people's emotions or and I have no agenda to get rid of people's emotions if there's any agenda I have at all. I'm sure this is my agenda. But it would be to show sort of shepherd people into knowing their emotions more intimate Ironically that seems to be the thing that helps them move rather than stack malt or that makes sense. I think that's lovely including that word Shepherd Dec- so perfect actually in the larger frame. And I I KINDA WANNA be clear how I was framing the example I gave. It's not so much that I I think there's a problem. But this person is suffering I would say the the hot stone of the grievance and outrage. That's that's just not metabolize financially interesting. There's something may be about sorrow those aspects. You know morning Melancholia. Freud wrote a great paper about morning and Melancholia. You know and so forth you know that. Somehow it seems easier to process in an interesting kind of way but the anger. There's something about it. I don't know I would. I would explore his. What was anger like in your family will origin like was because in some in some? If you're talking about a family awarded sometimes angers the emotion. No one's allowed to express that one person when we're only one person can express anger in everyone else hustle presage. It could be that or be. There's a there's a social research stripped about anger so oddly I mean you know the saying in psychology that we resist persists so there's any resistance to it and you know I mean if she was my client and she was suffering with it. I would say I'm probably help her. Personify it and befriended so. So how can we get closer to your anger and really get to know it intimately in situated? It doesn't feel like such a brat any more so maybe the last question. It's okay I I've and I. I want to say that I feel like we could just Yak in the best sense of that word for a long time here just to kind of bring to a close. I'm imagining you. Ask what you might have been like as a girl you know and you're in Elementary School Yvonne and You could go back in time and talk with that. Fifth Grade Fourth Grade. Sixth Grade version of yourself. What would you want to say to her? What would you want to communicate moon? That is a really good question. I A difficult Johnson trauma by childhood. So I think what I WANNA do is just support her. Bsn Our friend who listen to her. Well thank you very much for doing this. I know it will help a lot of people by the Vail was used to talk with you. Ball thanks for the work. We're doing the world really again. Joann just thank you so much for taking the time here. It's been a really wonderful conversation so today we had the pleasure of speaking with Dr Joanne. Cacciatore Joanne began the conversation by sharing her personal story her own experience with traumatic grief and loss and how that's informed her work ever since the focus of much of the conversation was on the importance of being with the experience of grieving of allowing yourself to feel all of the feelings to not rush past them and to not allow other people to rush you through your natural process. Nature was a major sub theme. And as Rick said there's a certain natural flow to the process of grief. Sometimes it rises. Sometimes it settles for a moment but often it always stays there in the background. Joanne made a really important distinction between trauma and grief. That was something that I found really personally useful and about how we can work with the trauma elements of grief to soften them or release them over time. But the idea of letting go of grief altogether is really quite the misnomer and attempts to nudge people towards letting go of their experience can really be extremely misguided and indeed even very harmful to answer a number of wonderful practices for working through grief. Some of them came back to meditation and Awareness. Practices others focused more on physical movement. She really emphasized the connection of trauma to the physical body. And how a great deal of the process of working with somebody who has been traumatized is allowing them the space to feel at home and save in the body once again that can often be quite a process and it has its own flow and takes its own time throughout the conversation. Joanne really emphasized the importance of nature to her. The way that her relationship with nature has been a form of healing and growth side of her own life and some of the ways in which we can look at nature and learn from it. We closed the episode with an investigation of anger and the Times at which makes sense to let anger be versus the Times where it might make sense to start to let anger go to the extent that it's possible. Finally Joanne had a really wonderful reflection about the ways in which people are often moved through their grief too quickly to get to that period of post traumatic growth and how people are often rewarded for. Wow taking their negative experience and really turning it into something positive. And how for her? Whenever she received that from other people she really feels more than anything else how she would be more than happy to give all of that up to have her girl back and you could really feel the truth of that from her and the teaching there in terms of not moving people toward that post traumatic growth too quickly at the beginning of the podcast. I mentioned the Miss Foundation which Joanne is. The founder of the Best Foundation is a nonprofit providing services and support to families. Who have lost child if you would like to donate to the foundation owned cluedo linked to it and the description of today's podcast also as a reminder. Joanne's wonderful book is bearing the unbearable if you'd like to learn more about it I'll also included looked back and the description of today's podcast so until next time. Thanks for listening..

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"joanne" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

11:57 min | 1 year ago

"joanne" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"And I really wanted to be? Thank you for bringing marcus absolutely. It's such a deep topic and for variety of reasons. We haven't really treated it yet on the podcast. This is the first dedicated conversation that we're doing around a topic of grief and we really wanted to be speaking with somebody who knew the territory very deeply when we did because as you know from your experience there are a lot of colloquial assumptions that can be made about the grieving process that just ended up being wildly inaccurate and indeed actually kind of harmful as people do kind of good faith efforts that blow up spectacularly in their face so. I think that it makes sense to begin with your personal story here. What you share so beautifully in your book. If you're comfortable with that so how I got into the scary by that. I was a mom raising three on children and was pregnant with my fourth trial and in nineteen ninety four. She died gory suddenly and they do not on medical cause of data so it on her best again deposit. Beth is unknown and that sent me sort of its fire. We down into a very very very dark place where I wasn't charbonnet to live anymore. I didn't even know if I put there was a significant palpable accidents of support in misinformation. People felt like I had children. I shouldn't feel so sad that because she was a baby when she died I could just have another one as the children are jerk changeable they felt compelled to tell me that this was God's will for my life. They felt compelled his home. A lot of things by the tubes. Were not in shortage. During this period of time I felt very alone very isolated even from sadly from the closest the people closest to use because there is so much misinformation out there about So I was flailing around the bent not sure I was in a Survi- and somehow emerged from it. Went down into sort of what I call the hottest parts of L. and decided that I would devote myself to the service of others to honor. This person who is here are to briefly by who would always matter in the world and so since then. I've devoted myself to the study to the empirical study of Care of those suffering dramatically. Do you mind saying her name. So her name is Cheyenne and She was born and died on the same day. July Twenty said the mighty ninety four eight pounds twenty one inches long beautiful girl natural childbirth. So we don't really know what happened. I don't think there will ever know what happened at some point. In my journey I had to come to peace with the idea that even by new why she died it would not would not alleviate without palliate pain that I felt in her absence and so she would be twenty five now to be twenty six next year and on say that. I'm not sure what happens beyond this world but I would say as if one day if I might energy touches for his again that I will have made crowd. Well I really offered this with the utmost respect. Really there's a sense for me of There's there's an awareness of her and also an awareness of so many other children and so many other beings who have died tragically died too soon and the and the ripples of consequences for others. It's like we don't see them necessarily but but we know about them. I guess that's what I'm trying to say and a really small version of this is that sometimes I'll work therapist with a couple. That's heading into divorce and I happen to know. They've got some children and even though I've never seen her children and they're not in the room when I'm working with a couple there here there. They are there stakeholders with us here and I just Kinda WanNa acknowledge the magnitude a you dealt with it in a very way. Both my kids you know have made it. You're looking at one of them right now And still just strikes me as one of the most devastating and difficult an extraordinary things that can never happen and I just want to name the degree to which that is actually the case right now on the world today has been the case as long as humans have ever walked heroes and is very very real. It is very real and thank you for that. I think I think one of the things that happens in our societies. We're certainly Dakhil Bursa. But we're even more so anachronistic death versus that. We don't like to talk about the deaths of children at all at all. And so what happens? Is We cut ourselves off in a sense? Psychologically emotionally we cut ourselves off from that in doing. So that gets passed down even intergenerational. -Ly I'm talking specifically about my own family system wherein I discovered that my mother was the namesake of two dead children. I didn't decide that until I was. I was in my late twenties so my mother was Josephine. And my grandmother's first child who died was also Joseph almost two when she died and then her she had another child query. Very quickly named that child Josephine. That child died at line bonds and then my mother my mother's the needs of two dead children about which no one's phone now and it affected my grandmother's capacity to parents emotionally neck and that affected my mother. Does that affect me? This is the most important thing we have as human beings and that is our social bonds in our next to people love and until we start remembering our dead and talking about them in a way that brings them present in the moment. We will continue to repeat these really dangerous and harmful psychological patterns of denial avoidance suppression repression. Leaving it out. What's left out you ever seen background like. I have something that as well. You know that saying nothing left out and yet you're really speaking to what we leave out including due to cultural norms. Talk about this in my book. I've taught the happiness false and so we pursue happiness to such a degree that anytime. We don't feel happy. There's something wrong you know. We have to be happy and in so doing people who suffer are often marginalized and told you have to feel something. The what legitimately seal. Ironically when we force people to bring the bottom up we simultaneously brain but talk down. They end up living very contracted. Because unless you've been steal all of your emotions right so they so then you're like become smaller more manageable certainly but smaller and you're not feeling the depth of the pain but you're also not feeling that euphoria of the sunset. I need the magic of which is what sort of being blue presents. Mindfulness is all about is about awareness awareness of each suffering indeed and also. That's not the only part of the story. That's the story rights and so you know by by allowing ourselves to feel deeply pain. We also increase our capacity to seal other things. I I tell people use better for us a lot and I tell them. It's Mike Fan box. My emotions right. Yeah that's right and I want the biggest most diverse fan box there is. I don't want people to go through and pick out the draft colors or the ugly colors for me. I want all my Krantz says there microns and I won't yeah absolutely and part of what you're speaking to hear. Doctor that I think is really beautifully articulated and particularly the grandmother for but really just that idea in general of bring the top down in the bottom up and living in this very tight. Middle RANGE OF MOTION. Where there's not a lot of fluctuation from the high to the low because you feel that any fluctuation there could plug you into quote unquote an episode as some kind of a negative downward spiral and upwelling of emotion. One of the things that we've spoken about previously on the PODCAST for people who are dealing with major depressive symptoms and we might end up talking about that a little bit in this episode. Because there's a big conversation about the interaction of grief with depression and some of the problems there in terms of the removal of brief exclusion and the DSM. And all of that. And that's the big thorny topic that I know you're extremely familiar. I am in short. There are people particularly people who kind of lean more on the quote unquote conventionally bipolar end of the spectrum. Where a big swing of emotion up can trigger a big swing of emotion down and I think that there are people who let me know from your experience but when they're in a profound grief state when they've really have those negative experiences and emotions just like right outside knocking on the door. There's a fear about experiencing any kind of good emotion as well because the trigger lanes between those two experiences can really be pretty tight. Pretty Narrow I would love your thoughts on that. Yeah so couple of things. Generally speaking what? I'm working with people in their emotions raspberries. I never SORTA dichotomies them as they or positive. They're just emotions right. And so there's no Adam Ocean or good emotion it's just an emotion and all of them are valid and so when someone is experiencing for example deep dark despair anger experiencing deep dark despair. Let's let's just watch it and see what it does. We need not judge it. We need not averted or rabbit. We don't have to clean to it. We don't have to push it away. Let's just watch it and just see what happens with it. And what they often see. Is they deepen their capacity to trust themselves with the heart emotions Less fear less aversion. It's a little bit like that. And so it's a little like a yoga pose right so the first time you try a complicated yoga pose that your body's never tried before your muscles say that's about a knuckle down and and your client yourself you back off just a little bit and then you practice again the next day and then you practice again the next step and you keep practicing and eventually those muscles soften because it's familiar. It's in any stark atrocious before you know it. You're in the boats right. It's the same thing with our emotions so there are people who the story is story is especially when parents lose a title. What is this a story? What kind of parent possibly laughs when her child's debt right? I tell people the same thing about those feelings I do but the other one just notice it and then let it. Don't cling to it that it moves. It's it's okay to ask yourself that question and then let it move right like so. What kind of parent? What kind of answer is there for that right and we process it? Sometimes we talk about it. Oftentimes there's no answer rights and then let move and then it moves and so I think so much of the work that I do is around psycho education and self awareness because there are so many stories that are on the external that are about an exaggerated stories that end up becoming endogenous to internalize those stories and so many of them are based in the Miss of extra for al-Sham and so I help people sort of tease out. What's real t? What's authentic to you? What's inside the worst is what's being put on my mother's.

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"joanne" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"joanne" Discussed on WJR 760

"To you Joanne well one thing that I think is important is you know they change the rules on December twentieth but Congress wrote it and there's a lot of holes and and a lot of things that we don't know how it's really going to come into play once it gets implemented and too so we're still looking at what are the planning opportunities how does this really apply especially on some of the trust provisions in that stretch provisions people are saying but we don't really know what that means and so we've got to just wait and say this is what we know right now and it's going to be a continual adjustment as we go throughout the year and is more comes into vision of to what's really happening and how it impacts people you know I really comes down to the cause and effect because everything that you do has a cause and then that affects something else so if you don't if you can't find it so that you know that whether that impact is positive or negative then you need to understand what we need right and I think a lot of people don't realize how it does impact them and so we've just got to go forward and help you know how would you listen to the radio know that this may impact you and there's things that we need to be discussing and taking care of and that's exactly why it's critical that you get a free second opinion from us and let us sit down let's take a look at what you have today is it really a game plan have you really thought of everything how do all of these rules and everything apply to you and is the decisions that you're making on a daily basis are they the right decisions are they can impact you a positive way if you have five hundred thousand dollar say free time I want you to call right.

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"joanne" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

10:49 min | 1 year ago

"joanne" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"Welcome to episode two hundred forty one of lip happy now. I'm your host. Paula Phelps thanking you for joining us for our the last episode of the year. Tomorrow is a day when many people start the new year with a renewed commitment to change or to following a new purpose in life. Today's guest gives us a guidebook to go on that journey. Joanne Fink is an award winning designer an author of books on creativity grief faith and spirituality with more than a million books in print she has created journals that help each reader explore their own path in their own time her latest book. My spiritual journey is a guided added. Journal the ask the hard questions needed to help you. Ground yourself and gratitude find deeper connections and look at what you need to get where you want to be to an welcome to the last episode of the decade of live happy. Now Wow I am. Honored should be the last episode guest online on no pressure descent up all of twenty nineteen in the years that preceded it but you. I wanted to talk to do you for this episode in particular because this is a time of year when everyone's thinking about what they're gonNA do for the New Year what they wanna do differently and better and that is what your journal. My spiritual journey is all about. So can you tell us first of all why you wanted to do this. Journal in particular my spiritual journey is basically a roadmap to helping people discover who they are at their core in an understanding about what they are innately gifted at what they're passionate about held they are. Upbringing has given a unique perspective on life. After record now use our and after they discover does those things it helps them set. It helps them discover their personal purpose at this point in their journey and then said intentions to to fill that purpose and then implement the intentions and a little bit of tracking the impact that you can have in the world. I believe that we are all here for the same basic purpose which is to use irony gifts to make a difference in the world but I we do that are and writing is not the same as how you do that to your broadcasting skills and the other talents that you contribute it'd be and everybody's journeys unique in everybody's purpose is unique. Which is why unfond of the phrase personal purpose roles else like that because when you say purpose it's that is such a huge word that in itself can be intimidating if you you know if you go up to a kid and say what what is your purpose? They're going to just run and say I don't know but you've taken purpose and made it. You broken it down into such a beautiful exercise size of expiration. Can you talk first of all why. It's so important that each of us can find our personal purpose. I think it's important to be able to sign your purpose e because if you don't know what you're here to do then you can't fulfill your purpose and not every purpose purpose is world changing. You know. Someone's purpose might be to be a wonderful parent to beautify. Hi The neighborhood you know. There are lots of different levels of purposes and our purpose changes throughout our lives the purpose that I and and implementing right now which is to help people tap into their own unique abilities ho-nam and use them to make the difference in the world. Making that is my current personal purpose is not the same as my purpose was a decade ago or two decades ago and so so as we grow our purpose can change and one of the things that I like about this road map if you will to implementing your personal purpose. Is that as you go through this journey by the time you're done you're not the same person you were renew began and it's okay to go back and answer the questions again in light of what you have learned about yourself previously and that's interesting because I hadn't thought of it in those terms about you know it's kind of like finishing the ride on the rollercoaster and going. Oh I'M GONNA go run and do that again. But that is a great approach approach to be able to say. Oh I'm going to have different answers and I'm going to be able to approach this differently. You know it's all part of the journey that at each of us goes through and there are stages of journeys that we enjoy more than others but a lot of interest section. I think really help should swift sold growth as you were working on this journal and you were developing these questions and these exercises. How did you go about that? Because what strikes me he is is how well thought out. This is and how it really is like. You're holding our hand the entire time and there's so many things I never would have thought to include. That are so influential. And how did you come up with all of that well. This book took me more than a year or two both right and illustrate and I started by so I have a a spiritual practice that I call morning journal. I wake up every morning and being a person who walks in faith I do some praying and then I read something uplifting or inspiring hiring and then I put pen to paper somedays doodle. Somedays I writer response to whatever I've read had some days. I write down whatever's in my heart of prayer for Shimon. Perhaps and so I started by going through do all of my journals that I kept over the last few years and writing down all the questions that I had asked myself some of which I did not answer but I had a lot of questions in my journals and then as I thought through the process as lifelong long spiritual seeker finding connection is really important to me and thinking through what I needed to do in order to explain that process to other people helped me questions I think I had five hundred questions narrowed it down narrowed it down and early on I e cause heart of what I want to do is encourage people to be happy the optimistic practice positively. I did not take out all of the negative questions. Because it's important to look at those aspects of your life that are not as uplifting and most of those I think are in the perspective chapter but overall the questions are designed to make you thank you about not just to you are but how you want to impact world in other words. What do you want your legacy to be? And then after each of the nine sections there exercises that you can do to help absorb the material so in the perspective active section for example. There's a gratitude tracker and since scientific way we know that it takes twenty one days to make ask a new habit. There's twenty one spaces to write down three things that you grateful for every day and things like that Bat I hope will be held for two people on their jerks. Yeah because all of the exercises are so well presented. We'll be right back with more of my talk with Joe McCormack but right now I wanted to take sixty seconds to give you one way to make your meals. Neal's a little easier. This holiday season Sousa Fish Dot com is a great way to have top quality seafood. Delivered right to your door when you want a break from holiday Turkey and Ham. Their online selection of seafood is like a trip to the fish market without waiting in line. Make incredible holiday appetizers from their shrimp crab cakes and Calamari. Or make get your main course with great choices like lobster Salmon Sea Bass and so much. More best of all their fish is all natural and responsibly. Sourced whether you want to order great eight seafood for a special meal or become a regular customer and sign up for a monthly subscription box go to sizzle fish dot COM and skip the line this holiday season and as an exclusive exclusive deal for being a listener. You can use discount code happy for ten percent off your first order. That's discount code happy for ten percent off your first order now. Let's get back to to our conversation with job. I have to talk for a minute about the beautiful illustrations because in this book makes it so enjoyable to sit down with it. It's kind of like the difference between walking on a treadmill and walking in a beautiful forest. You know because you're you're going to accomplish it's the same thing but you're going to enjoy that forest walk a whole lot more you know. And that's how this book is. It's like it's an addition of the exercises the beauty that you're surrounded abayas. You're working on them is really incredible so I was at important to make this book as beautiful as it is meaningful. Thank you hit the nail on ahead when you said. It's almost an invitation for people to do that. kind of exploration loved analogy about taking a walkout in nature vs on the treadmill. 'cause I love getting out in nature and I think people are more willing to do. The hard introspective work of soul-searching when they are surrounded by beauty. And so this is I. Guess sort of Contribution to making the questions enticing in hopes that they will be answered either silently or suit journaling.

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"joanne" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"joanne" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"JoAnne Chesimard that was featured in an exhibit at JFK airport marking black history month, she was listed as the first woman to be placed on the FBI's most wanted list after escaping to Cuba from prison where she was serving a life sentence for the nineteen Seventy-three murder of a police officer spokesperson told the post that the poster came from a ready made batch and was immediately removed after somebody pointed it out on Twitter Chesimard remains on the FBI's most wanted list with a two million dollar reward. There will be a public hearing next week on a Bill in Connecticut that would have kept the writings and journals of sandy hook shooter. Adam Lanza a secret. The Bill comes a few months after the Hartford current one a five year battle when the. Supreme court ordered the state police to release thousands of pages of documents. They had seized from Lance's home just days after the sandy hook massacre in December of two thousand twelve it would seal from public view any property seized by a search warrant an arrest. Never took place. The state freedom of information commission plans to testify and oppose the Bill w CBS news time eleven twenty two a vegan Ruben I'm Pat far neck with the WCBS health wellbeing report sponsored by valley health system enhancing, the health and wellbeing of northern New Jersey in the Jesse vegetarian. Laura Theodore's latest book deliciously vegan, so many of the recipes tastes just like the original like they were made with meat, for instance. What's in a vegan? Ruben you can certainly use the plant based cheese. And then there are a lot of different options. You can use for the meet a teriyaki tofu or a grilled Tempe. When I started making vegan Rubens for my husband got the meat analogues at the supermarket a plant based Turkey or a plant based ham, and then go ahead and use all the topics you normally wouldn't a your sauerkraut. Go ahead and grill it up, and I'll tell you, folks. Just don't know the.

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"joanne" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"joanne" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Zero two nine nine nine let's say low to joanne in queens hello joanne hello am i on i think so joanne okay i'll be eighty soon i was born in detroit i used to deliver mail to a bernstein i'm the purple gang i had inandout experience around them when they were there was a glorious age in america and they had a large part of it they owned a lot of the clubs and things were nice and people have fun robert deniro comes out with this film using foul language he doesn't know anything about the mob the mob never use foul language and fun of women they love good looking women and they love to have fun we respect them and we love them now my point is if much better i think than the courts and today the system that is doesn't work takes forever if you needed a favor and you were wanted something done nothing bad they would do it and get it done all they had to do was show up and say something no guns no violence nothing and people would and you would get something done simple things simple things simple favors and today if you go to that same thing you need something it's nightmare really was a glorious age and i appreciate your perspective there joann thank you for the call you i think you really have to be careful in glorifying the mob because the mafia is a criminal organization and i think you also have to be very careful in generalizing that the mob didn't curse well some people in the mob did and i've heard them on tape they every other word is f this efat so some did some did not i mean in any group in any criminal enterprise especially you're going to have those that demonstrate a wide variety of characteristics and personality traits now and.

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"joanne" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

Conversations with Phil

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"joanne" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

"Kimmelman what's up today i get to talk to the amazing and blacks joanne is the queen of referral selling everyone else pales in comparison joanne i've learned so much from her over the years she is no more cold calling that's her whole thing now some people talk about cold calling as well you just dial and smile and joins got a real honest definition of what the heck a cold call is and she's also got lots of great insights on sales like i said i've been found or work for a very long time we've gotten each other a bed and i'm just delighted that she is here with me today she's written some books and does lots of cool stuff joanne how are you today and i'm always fabulous fell i mean you know we do what we love so we are always great yes i totally agree right it's not even work we just get to be ourselves and help people and that's the best part right well it is and and you know we don't always know the impact of our work until someone tells us so i'm sure it's the same with you you know we'd put so much out there articles and videos etc and then people will write and say i watched this spineless disagreed that and they tell me how it's changed their lives and i say made my day because we don't know that it's really incredible so before we get to deep here i just wanted to mind folks listening and anything that you hear from anybody not just on this podcast but anyone that ever makes a difference if it changes things let people know because you know we put so much of her heart and soul in all the work that we do just send people a quick note let them know how much you appreciate them you're never intruding by saying thank you.

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"joanne" Discussed on Conversations with Phil - Sales and Leadership Insights to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Income

Conversations with Phil - Sales and Leadership Insights to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Income

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"joanne" Discussed on Conversations with Phil - Sales and Leadership Insights to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Income

"Kimmelman what's up today i get to talk to the amazing and blacks joanne is the queen of referral selling everyone else pales in comparison joanne i've learned so much from her over the years she is no more cold calling that's her whole thing now some people talk about cold calling as well you just dial and smile and joins got a real honest definition of what the heck a cold call is and she's also got lots of great insights on sales like i said i've been found or work for a very long time we've gotten each other a bed and i'm just delighted that she is here with me today she's written some books and does lots of cool stuff joanne how are you today and i'm always fabulous fell i mean you know we do what we love so we are always great yes i totally agree right it's not even work we just get to be ourselves and help people and that's the best part right well it is and and you know we don't always know the impact of our work until someone tells us so i'm sure it's the same with you you know we'd put so much out there articles and videos etc and then people will write and say i watched this spineless disagreed that and they tell me how it's changed their lives and i say made my day because we don't know that it's really incredible so before we get to deep here i just wanted to mind folks listening and anything that you hear from anybody not just on this podcast but anyone that ever makes a difference if it changes things let people know because you know we put so much of her heart and soul in all the work that we do just send people a quick note let them know how much you appreciate them you're never intruding by saying thank you.

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"joanne" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"joanne" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On carson let's go to joanne is in boston hi joanne who are you tonight i'm fine i have probably a different question than anybody else is i have a two thousand six toyota corolla and unfortunately i got into an accident that wasn't my fault back in may and my hood was badly damaged and i brought it to a different place and my next door neighbor who has done repair work said for my car and said you need to bring it back that's a disgrace and i did bring it back and it looks better mr wasn't great hood and first time it was really could tell it wasn't aligned properly we'll just recently i brought my car in for service somewhere else and they said they couldn't get the i was having my ties rotated and they didn't inspection they said we can't get your hood open and and so they said you know could be the cable could be the hood latch and it was going to cost a lot of money to do and i said well i'm not going to do anything right now i wonder for could be the shoddy work that was done you know fixing my car after the accident and so my car is twelve years old but have really low mileage and i've had a previous corolla to that much i had for sixteen years i never heard of this problem they didn't really diagnose it they said we can't open it from the you know in the inside of the car we can't open though it joanna latch well the question is is this accident happened back in may.

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