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"jocelyn" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:00 min | Last month

"jocelyn" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"One of the things that i know you love to talk about in addition to trauma right so one of the ways that we can prevent or at least set of the best situation possible for this to not happen again. And we're this is more of those microaggressions right like you can never really prevent like massive event from happening. But so you had recently posted on instagram quote. We tell people how to treat us by the boundaries that we set and we thought that was so fantastic to talk about so. Can you elaborate on what you meant by that post and what it means to have healthy boundaries. Yes so i am a big fan of boundaries and boundaries are about protecting ourselves so they're not about controlling changing or trying to control anyone on their side of the street. it is really about keeping our side of the street clean and making sure. Our interactions with others are away. That support us. So when. I'm when i'm setting these boundaries. What i'm saying is distance how i if i'm going to be in relationship with you. This is to be treated about andres. Then i need to set some limits. Because i'm not okay treated that way and so we don't have boundaries what happens is we allow whatever anyone says or does to get in our space and impact us. So if i don't have boundaries. I may let someone scream and yell at me. I may let someone go through my stuff without asking. I may allow those microaggressions to occur and not address them. Be the message. That i'm sending what i'm doing is that it's okay versus if i set those boundaries. Then what i'm saying is i will not be yell that and if it continues i'm gonna step outside of the room. I'm going to hang up the phone. So i'm telling them hey. I'm not going to be treated that way now. I can't control whether they continue it or not. But i can't control my behavior and whether i continue to allow it so i may step out of the room like i. I may choose to end the relationship. I may choose to set some more guideposts to protect myself.

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Boundary Setting for Self-Care With Licensed Professional Counselor Jocelyn Hamsher

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:00 min | Last month

Boundary Setting for Self-Care With Licensed Professional Counselor Jocelyn Hamsher

"One of the things that i know you love to talk about in addition to trauma right so one of the ways that we can prevent or at least set of the best situation possible for this to not happen again. And we're this is more of those microaggressions right like you can never really prevent like massive event from happening. But so you had recently posted on instagram quote. We tell people how to treat us by the boundaries that we set and we thought that was so fantastic to talk about so. Can you elaborate on what you meant by that post and what it means to have healthy boundaries. Yes so i am a big fan of boundaries and boundaries are about protecting ourselves so they're not about controlling changing or trying to control anyone on their side of the street. it is really about keeping our side of the street clean and making sure. Our interactions with others are away. That support us. So when. I'm when i'm setting these boundaries. What i'm saying is distance how i if i'm going to be in relationship with you. This is to be treated about andres. Then i need to set some limits. Because i'm not okay treated that way and so we don't have boundaries what happens is we allow whatever anyone says or does to get in our space and impact us. So if i don't have boundaries. I may let someone scream and yell at me. I may let someone go through my stuff without asking. I may allow those microaggressions to occur and not address them. Be the message. That i'm sending what i'm doing is that it's okay versus if i set those boundaries. Then what i'm saying is i will not be yell that and if it continues i'm gonna step outside of the room. I'm going to hang up the phone. So i'm telling them hey. I'm not going to be treated that way now. I can't control whether they continue it or not. But i can't control my behavior and whether i continue to allow it so i may step out of the room like i. I may choose to end the relationship. I may choose to set some more guideposts to protect myself.

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:04 min | Last month

"jocelyn" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Welcome back to another episode of the whole hearted eating podcast. I'm dana and christina is here and today we're gonna be talking about boundary setting for self care so a very important topic in light of the whole world events but also it's really thing to think about for the fall as we are accumulating a lot of new things on our plates and some kind sometimes that can feel like a lot most of the time. It feels like a lot. So we wanted to give you all some suggestions with our amazing guest jocelyn hampshire for how to set those boundaries. And like she says not be about it so she's talking about today are boundary setting as a way to protect our mental health boundary setting around body image indicting conversations. The analogy that. I really loved that she talks about is boundary. Setting is taking care of your side of the street versus an ultimatum which is really trying to control someone else's side of the street so before we jump into the interview with jocelyn we wanted to Talk about our recommendations for the weekend. Tell you a little bit about What's been going on. And how we've been implementing joscelyn's boundary setting recommendations in our own lives. But i think for me around this to that. I find to be kinda frustrating. Is that a lot of times we think of south carolina's as of commercialized healthcare. And i really love how jocelyn talks about the real nitty gritty self karen around boundaries. And how important is And i have to say it's hard to implement if you're not used to implementing it and especially when you feel like you're going to let someone else down like that's definitely something that's hard for me to set boundaries especially if you are a people pleaser type person. I am lepers. And i've been to therapy to talk about it plenty of times but yeah i think at that to make it makes it really hard times as sending those boundaries and so i've got to be honest with everyone that this is a process of practicing and i really think anytime you dip your toes into some kind of boundary setting. You're doing you're doing good. You know just practicing. And so i had a really great experience with executing of joscelyn's recommendations that leads to something that i've finally had the capacity to listen to you that i now want to recommend everyone else and do so A few weeks ago we had just gotten back from like tons of different vacations and travelling around and we like l. a. d. had gotten sick and i was. I think he didn't get sick. Not cova thankfully but we all have like normal. Colds like summer colds. that was awful And we had been traveling. I think truthfully was just rundown kind of feelings and we were supposed to go on another family trip I felt awful about it..

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

Hurry Slowly

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

"I'm jocelyn cake lie and this is hurry slowly when a wrapped third season of this podcast in january of this year. I wasn't sure if i will be welcoming you back for a fourth season was burnt out and it wasn't one hundred percent clear to me. What the mission of the podcast would be moving forward but now our entering this incredibly strange totally unique moment where we're beginning to emerge into the world like vulnerable little newborns after over a year of seclusion and it seems to me that if we just take the name of this podcast at face value this is most certainly a time to think about hurrying slowly because we have so much to integrate so much from what we've all been through in the past year and that's where i want to start today to just crystallize the scope and sheer vast nest of the shift. That were currently moving through and how different perspectives and our situations are. Some folks have continued to be out and about in the world throat most of the pandemic going to the coffee shop during the grocery shopping.

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

06:15 min | 7 months ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"What in other words what scares yeah. Yeah a guy i don't. I'm not scared of you. Know who wants to do anything. I i'm with you on that like killers or Real human would scare me. I don't watch a lot of horror. I do love. Serial killer story like cardinal minds. I love those kind of stories. I e yeah. That's that's more scary to actually interviewed. garcia a while ago and it was called tabar talk about how she created. The character is really a lot it. Yeah i worked. So i did. I've been a fan of mr show. Recused so i did an episode of that. He was last year he did. That's right y'all my and i got to meet all of them and i was like i want you know. Yeah so the yeah. She's really cool. I love that experience so like going to see you know her little layer where she is computers and she does her thing so one of my scenes in there with her and she had all these things on her desk. 'cause you just kind of chaotic and she has all these and everything on her desk Of the things are desk. Were things that fans have sent in march they should they become prox- in the show which i think was super cool. Yeah she got. She started the ball rolling then as this show gained popularity in our it. What what's interesting is your views on har and yet you were in the stream. Yeah yeah. I mean it's theory when you're in it but yeah you have to watch. I mean i watched it before i did. It sells like home. Gosh but yeah. It's not that scary to me when people become vampires or the worms or good good experience. Yes for sure it was it was awesome and you were also on a show streaming now the order. Oh yeah yeah. That was a scary one to actually my also with something not human. Yes the trend. Absolutely talk about your role in pixels. I mean that's talking about his. Cgi fest i'm honda. Oh yes that was one of the second acting role i ever got so it was pretty small. I'm in the beginning where it's like. The eighties. flashback. Yes so That was like the first real onset experience i ever had. And i love adam sandler and i just got to work and he was there in his dog was there and i was like hi so nice in like oh my god food on that set was in saint like you have this giant. It was like a wedding every day. Insane and then yeah it was really really cool and all these turned up no but he you know there's really really cool so as an actor what do you what do you want to do do you want to just. I mean you acted in films. You've acted on television. Do you want to get back into the director's chair. Or maybe produce. Yeah i i don't know about producing But i would definitely love to direct something. I would love to be on a series for long enough like maybe do two seasons and then maybe on season three direct an episode. I think that'd be a superfine especially when you're already in it for so long and you know the crew and you know the casting story. I think that would be like a really Cool just challenge and opportunities. I would love to do that in the future. But i want to stick mostly with acting and tv. I think to for sure. I i love. I love like long running shows. I also love watching. Tv a lot So i think yeah just want to stay in kind of world. I mean your background. Your rebound rena. Does that help you with With your act. Oh yeah. I think Being able to take direction Not getting offended by direction and and be able to remember everything. I think that a lot of that comes from ballet. Yeah you get told. A million. Things like blink. Here stand here. don't do that. Don't do that and then you have to remember all that in the performance. So i think ballet's a really strong foundation for that and also with movement and body awareness and being able to pick things up like stunts or Yeah i think. I think it helped in the i think is the best thing i could have done. I know you're also a certified scuba diver. And my brother and his wife are are certified and so our kids so they dived together. And i don't know if you've done this. But they dove in hawaii at night like with these with these manta rays. They shot footage of. It was amazing so quoted allowed to do that. I haven't that night. But i have my entire family. Also we have a room in her house. Yeah we have a room in. Her house called the dive room and a bunch of like hanging dry suit wet so it just kinda looks like it's a little creepy but Yes a family that has regulators together dives together. Yeah this film you know. I guess just as we're going to see this primarily on a vod right now at just nature of the way things are i mean in some theaters. Don't know exactly which can be. I think you definitely have to just get on the As just like everything gets me scared in your own house you go. Well done a lot lately. Believe me different thing to do. Well that's great. It's been really fun talking to you. And once again the movie is safer at home and check it out on the o. D. and we've been talking to jocelyn you don't and definitely check her out as well and you never know you might see you're on the train and criminal minds sometime- to thanks again. Best luck to you. Thank you so much. Thanks bye and thank you for listening to side. Take care hi. My name's aaron douglas in battle star galactica. You're listening to sifi talk..

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

06:15 min | 7 months ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"What in other words what scares yeah. Yeah a guy i don't. I'm not scared of you. Know wants to or anything. I'm with you on that. Like killers or Real human would scare me. I don't watch a lot of horror. I do love serial killer story. I love those kind of stories. I e yeah. That's more scary to me. Actually interviewed Garcia while ago and It was called tabar talked about how she created. The character is really fun. Yeah i worked. So i did. I've been a fan of show recused. So i did an episode of that. He was last year. That's right that's right. Y'all my and i got to meet all of them and i was like i want you know. Yeah so the yeah. She's really cool. I loved that experience. So we're going to so you know her little layer where she is. Peter is and she does her thing. My one of my seems was in there with her and she had all these things on her desk. 'cause you just kind of chaotic and she has all these and everything on her desk We'll most of the things are desk. Were things that fans have sent in. They should they become prox- in the show which i think was super cool. Yes she got. She started the ball rolling then as this show gained popularity in our it. What what's interesting is your views on har and yet you were in the stream. Yeah yeah. I mean plus theory when you're in it but yeah you have to watch. I mean i watched it before i did. It sells like home. Gosh but yeah. It's not that scary to me when people become vampires or the worms or good good experience. Yes for sure it was it was awesome and you were also on a show streaming now the order. Oh yeah yep that was a scary one to actually my also with something not human. Yes the trend. Absolutely talk about your role in pixels. I mean that's talking about is cgi. Fest i'm moving honda. Oh yes that was one of the second acting role i ever got so it was pretty small. I'm in the beginning where it's like the eighties. Flashback yeah so That was like the first real onset experience i ever had. And i love adam sandler and i just got to work. And and he was there in his dogs their nose like hi so nice and like oh my god food on that set was in saint like you have this giant. It was like a wedding every day. Insane and then yeah it was really really cool and all these like turned up. No but he you know this really really cool so as an actor what do you what do you want to do want to just. I mean you acted in films. You've acted on television. Do you want to get back into the director's chair. Or maybe produce. Yeah i i don't know about producing But i would definitely love to direct something. I would love to be on a series for long enough like maybe do two seasons and then maybe on season three direct an episode. I think that'd be a super superfine especially when you're already in it for so long and you know the crew and you know the casting story. I think that would be like a really Cool just challenge and opportunities. I would love to do that in the future. But i want to stick mostly with acting and tv. I think to for sure. I i love. I love like long running shows. I also love watching. Tv a lot on. So i think yeah just want to stay kind of world. I mean your background. You rebound rena. Does that help you with with your act. Oh yeah i think Being able to take direction Not getting offended by direction and and be able to remember everything. I think that a lot of that comes from ballet. Yeah you get told. A million. Things like blink. Here stand here. don't do that. Don't do that. And then you have to remember all that performance so i think ballet's a really strong foundation for that and also with movement and body awareness and being able to pick things up like stunts or Yeah i think. I think it helped in the. I think that is the best thing i could have done. I know you're also a certified scuba diver. And my brother and his wife are are certified and so our kids so they dive together. And i don't know if you've done this. But they dove in hawaii at night like with these with these manta rays. They shot footage of. It was amazing so quoted loud to do that. I haven't met night. But i have my entire family. Also we have a room in her house. Yeah we have a room in. Her house called the dive room and a bunch of like hanging dry suit in wetsuits. So it kinda looks like. It's a little creepy but Yes a family that has regulators together dives together. Yeah this film you know. I guess just as we're going to see this primarily on a vod right now at just nhra or of the way things are. i mean in some theaters. I don't know exactly which can be. I think you definitely have to just get on the od As just like everything gets me scared in your own house you go. Well done that a lot lately. Believe me different thing to do. Well that's great. It's been really fun talking to you. And once again the movie is safer at home and check it out on the od and we've been talking to jocelyn you don't and definitely check her out as well and you never know you might see you're on the train and criminal minds time to thanks again and best of luck to you. Thank you so much. Thanks bye and thank you for listening to side. Talk take care. How about aims aaron douglas. I'm battle star galactica. You're listening to sifi talk..

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"jocelyn" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

We Are The Runners Show

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

"Yeah you know. And then i just told her very nicely the other day. I'm like you know she's like ooh okay. Well we'll get it done like all. Righty it actually. Now it's you know. Just being on instagram and looking at your instagram. It seems like there's a very tight knit social media presence within the disney groups. I'll tell you what i and so two thousand fourteen. It seemed like it was very. I'll tell you it is very welcoming. I have heard other run friends that don't do. Disney is something that you either like. Or you don't have friends that said it's not their thing to dress in costume to me. That is why i love it. So it's very supportive. Groups have to rudd friends that have now become almost best friends that i met through the run. So it's a tight knit but very welcoming and supportive community so you've met some folks online and then do you meet up when you definitely. We plan the weekend Together are even nine race against like even though star wars have cancelled and its its virtual now me and of my again my Run friends were still down. We're gonna meet 'em ruin the five k. On disney property so these people a lot of people have met have become like family and really good friends of the red is. I love that. That is so fun. Now you mentioned costumes and you mentioned you wouldn't do it if you i mean it's all about the costumes. So do the labor bieber costume that you wear so. I like the channel my inner piano. I will be wearing much on being saturday. So they actually. That one definitely had to do this weekend. So i can to channel her a lot so i may have tian being scarred my fears to a go with the of the weekend but you can gear mostly on princess weekend. I'm going to be a princess. Tiana my bob. Oh yes so. I i you know i just love it. I just love your now have they. I know they're starting construction on the new tiana ride is that do you know where that's at right out of their own in january a fuel out of the nfl. With the american weekend met up with a couple of friends who ran width to magic kingdom. But i don't think they had closed down and start construction yet. So i've set to go this weekend but i have to work so i'm not gonna i'm gonna miss the whole princess funny to see the status of that ride but i'm looking forward to it. So yeah maybe a little more in type to ride than before just. Because i don't like it okay. So it's not going to be a water ride. Now it is but i have the past avoided it because it was there.

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Uk tightens up on international travel

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Uk tightens up on international travel

"Britain's government has announced tougher quarantine and testing measures for international travelers in a bid to prevent corona virus variants and gaining a foothold in the country health secretary Matt Hancock says all arrivals will be required to take to cope with nineteen tests during that ten day quarantine to enable forties to better track new cases international travelers already have to show proof of a negative test before they can get on a flight to enter the country a new hotel quarantine system will also be put in place the British and Irish residents who arrived from the British government's thirty three red list countries the new measures will come into force on Monday anyone found violating the rules could face up to a ten year prison sentence Jocelyn this month London

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How To Do Nothing With Jenny Odell

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:51 min | 9 months ago

How To Do Nothing With Jenny Odell

"Jenny. Thanks so much for doing this. Nice to meet you nice to meet you and thanks for having me so you have great line. I think you may be the opening line or one of the opening lines of your book. Nothing is harder to do the nothing. Can you unpack that. I totally agree. I just want to hear your point of view on that. yeah. I think that doing nothing. Or maybe more appropriately. Feeling like you're doing. Nothing is hard for several reasons. One is just habit. I think there's a habitual way of thinking in which you always need to be working towards something or having something to show for your time otherwise it was somehow worthless. I've been thinking about this a lot lately. Because ratings new book about time there's kind of like orientation toward time in general. I think that's almost a leaning forward. There's some desired outcome. that's different from the president. And you're sort of leaning forward in the space between those sue and to do nothing in relationship to that would be to simply just sit back and just in that moment as it is which is very difficult to do because of that. I think you get into that posture. It's something you get used to. The posture leaning forward the great writer and former buddhist monks. Stephen batchelor i believe. Hopefully i'm steven. If you're listening. We're friends so he might be listening. I apologize if we're gonna mangle this line. But i believe in his book buddhism without beliefs. He says something about how our default state is wanting to be elsewhere or otherwise. Yeah that's exactly. That's such a good way of putting it. It's this kind of underlying dissatisfaction or feeling that something where you are inadequate therefore you need to be sort of working working against that. I think that actually that line makes me. Think of pauline oliveros who i talk about in the book who is a sound artist and composer and she's similarly says the reason for needing to cultivate deep listening which is her name for sitting in an environment and listening actively is that our culture privileges snap judgment basically needing to grasp and react to things and that the opposite of that which would just be kind of empty. Listening is something that i think you already need to train yourself to do but especially have to train yourself to do now because everything's kind of a raid against that. How have we gotten ourselves into this situation. Because i fully agree. I feel haunted by what We're both quoting a lot of other people. Hear about quote again is a great podcast or jocelyn k. glide as a podcast called hurry slowly. She's been on the show and she talks about something called productivity shame which really describes my mindset. Maybe twenty two and a half hours per day of just feeling haunted always behind every moment needs to be maximized optimize utilized. Where does this mindset. come from. Well i mean. I have been on her podcast. And she's great. I love that podcasts. But in terms of where this mindset comes from just a mere speaking from my own experience. I think that it probably starts pretty early on. I mean i have. I have journals going back to when i was just old enough to right and have you know really detailed journals through high school in college and i went back through them about a year and a half ago and i was kind of horrified. Find myself saying the same exact thing today. Say now like. I never have any time. You can just see this kind of always running after something like always trying to catch up and there's like some passengers where like staring towards the santa cruz mountains and sort of wishing i can just go over there and draw of this and it's the kind of very familiar refrain and so i was reflecting when i was reading those about how even and that was pre social media kind of over scheduled. I was and i think that's kind of a combination of you know school could be your parents. It could just be kind of like the ether of expectation. Like that something. That i think about a lot with my students who are at stanford be that. No one in particular is telling them that they need to do that many things. It's just an expectation that exists around them so it's really like a culture a business or culture productivity where yes technically you are. Free did not participate in that but you will feel the pressure of not falling in line with that culture.

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Michigan State House, Senate close over 'threats of violence' during Electoral College meeting

All In with Chris Hayes

06:09 min | 10 months ago

Michigan State House, Senate close over 'threats of violence' during Electoral College meeting

"Looked for a time earlier today. Like things could get ugly in michigan. The state closed its house and senate office buildings over what they said were credible threats of violence during today's electoral college meeting and then republican state representative gary isan suggested he and other republicans would disrupt the electoral college vote. He also predicted there. Would be violence prompting this. Can you assure me that this is going to be a safe day in in lansing. Nobody's gonna get hurt no. I don't know what we're doing. Today is chartered. Here's it been done after. Gary isan made those comments michigan. Republican legislative leaders pulled him from his committee assignments. Meanwhile the scene in lansing was thankfully ultimately cau- just a dozen or so pro-trump protesters showing up outside the capitol a chilly day and when he grow group of republican electors tried to enter that building michigan state. Police turn them away. Half of those call was much an often from holding or ignore taking part of your process. Anybody else thank ben check in inside the democratic electors about the people's business where they elected joe biden. Starting barnes. has the tally been completed. Yes lieutenant governor. The elected unanimously cast. Sixteen votes for joseph r biden. I'm joined now by michigan's democratic secretary of state johnson benson earlier. This month had her home surrounded by angry trump supporters. Some of them harmed who falsely accused her of allowing the election to be stolen. But start secretary of state with your your top line on. Today i was. I was a bit worried when i saw the news about closing the house and the senate but it seemed like things went smoothly. How do you feel went today. I think it was a great day for democracy. Chris was really a reflection of all the work that went into this election to ensure that we were able to have a high turnout election In the midst of the pandemic all the work that's happened. Since the polls closed on november third to ensure the votes were counted accurately it securely and really this was the the end result of a long and winding road that every step of the way we work to make sure that the voters well was heard and democracy was protected. We have seen now. Obviously there were arrests of a number of individuals who have been charged with allegedly plotting the kidnapping or execution of the democratic governor. Gretchen whitmer You had people outside of your house Some of them armed a protesting. There were concerned today in arizona. As i understand it where the leading of the electors was moved to an undisclosed location. What does it do to democratic governance and democracy when this sort of threat of violence hangs over the activities of folks. What you know. I started my career in the south investigating and hate crimes all around the country and was really instilled there with the strong sense in an acute awareness of just how much oftentimes does have to be preserved in the potential for violence that that could engender to ensure that democracy does prevail. And so that's never been lost on me and many of us including my friends secretary hobson in arizona. And it's something that we're actually acutely aware rows and willing to with to endure in order to ensure that our democracy is protected. A lot of people have said to me this year. Did you really sign up for this and my response is absolutely. I absolutely signed up to put everything on the line to protect the will of the people to protect our democracy. None of us of course predicted all of the turns of events that have occurred since the polls closed But that said we're ready and will continue to be ready. We'll continue to stay safe to ensure that our democracy and turn is also safe. Something i've seen a in many states across the nation in reaction is a real circular logic from republicans in which after touting or tolerating or even endorsing these blue to chris conspiracy theories now pointing and saying well people. Are you know. There's a lot of concern and using that as a predicate for restrictions on voting. Well we're gonna have to shutdown mail in voting. Well we're gonna have to take another look at this. Well we're gonna have to do voter. Id and signature matching all these things. How much you seen that michigan. Do you think there's going to be a battle now about ballot access. The uses these conspiracies as a kind of weaponized tool. Yeah sure it again. That's also what we've seen. Throughout the history of our democracy people create a fire and then create an idea of what needs to put that fire out and often times. Election administrators are stuck in the middle and that voters are are stuck in the middle. When i believe needs to happen is we need to one come together and actually listen to each other and try to heal this. Divide right now but to do so. On the basis of facts and data and truth we all have to be working from the same set of facts here. Facts and truth have actually been unequivocal undeniable throughout this entire process. We had a high turnout election michigan. Five point five million people voted in the midst of the pandemic. It was secure. The results were accurate. So we can start from there. We can find ways to improve the process moving forward making data driven decisions but we also have to do is acknowledge the impact of the conspiracy theories in false information that has been spread by many actors throughout this process and correct that before trying to solve for any potential issues. Moving forward right michigan secretary of state jocelyn benson. Thank you so much for being with me.

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Michigan secretary of state says armed protesters gathered outside her home

Car Pro

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Michigan secretary of state says armed protesters gathered outside her home

"Statement just out from Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Bensonhurst is the office that runs elections. Benson says dozens of armed protesters yelled obscenities outside her home last night, just as her four year old son was about to watch how the Grinch stole Christmas.

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Michigan Secretary Of State On Challenges Certifying Election Results In Her State

All Things Considered

04:19 min | 11 months ago

Michigan Secretary Of State On Challenges Certifying Election Results In Her State

"A little known board of county officials in Michigan made bigger headlines than Congress this week. That's because for a moment, the two Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers seemed to hold the fate. Of Michigan's presidential election results in their hands. And now, as Republican lawmakers from Michigan visit the White House and President Trump's attempts to overthrow the legitimate results of the election dragon, the Trump campaign's focus appears trained on Michigan, which is why we wanted to invite Michigan's Democratic secretary of state on to the program. Jocelyn Benson is in charge of the election in Michigan. Welcome. Good evening. Thanks for having me you have had quite a week. Let's let's start with this business in Wayne County, which is home to Detroit, of course to officials saying they would not certify. Then they said they would not. They want to take it back. Where does this stand? Well, First, it's clear that the voters of Wayne County in Michigan have spoken. They've made a choice. There's no legal or factual basis to question that choice. And the Wayne County Board of Canvassers did in an open meeting as an official process, making official vote to can approve the and certify the results of the election in Wayne County justice every county in the state has done on campus is required by law to certify results. That's what they've done, and now we expect the border state canisters to do the same. Okay, so that that vote that stands, Yes, votes. And when you're an official state board what's after you've taken and you know in a meeting that complies with the Open meetings act, and that's what occurred here. Well, let me move you two today and this meeting at the White House. The White House is characterizing these visiting Michigan lawmakers that this is a routine meeting. That's what White House spokesperson Kayleigh Mcenany saying. Is it routine for the president of the United States to call Michigan state officials and invite them to a private meeting at the White House? No, I don't know if it's ever happened before. Certainly not at a time like this, where there's so much focus on Michigan as you mentioned, But it's important to note that both the speaker and the Senate majority leader have stated they would not obstruct the will of the voters, which they've confirmed has been quite clear, and we have no reason to doubt that yet and I'm going to continue to expect they'll Follow the law as it's very clearly laid out in our state Constitution and state statutes. What should occur at this point? And do you have any Intel on the agenda for the meeting? How it's going on? Not at all? No, I really stay out of that process on the state's chief election officer. My job is to just make sure that the The will of the voters is what rules the day. Well, may I ask that the broad path that President Trump and his lawyers appear to be charting involves convincing Michigan State Board of Canvassers not to certify the Biden victory in Michigan. And then convincing state lawmakers to appoint electors who would overturn the will of Michigan voters. Is that a correct summary and if so, would that be legal? But know that it is potentially a path that I imagine people may imagine in their heads stick but there, But there's not something there's nothing in the law that or nothing, actually, that's occurred yet that would indicate that anyone is going down that path, and that's what I think it's important to focus on. Indeed, every one of Michigan's 83 counties have certified the election, Republican and Democratic clerks have confirmed That there's no evidence of widespread irregularities, and the board has previously started fight elections when there were more clerical mistakes and narrower margins of victory. Then there is this time around, and so it really being agreed this departure from their legal responsibility and requirements for them to do anything other than certified the election on Monday, and May I ask you Have you personally seen any evidence is the person in charge of the election message? Men? Michigan have you seen any evidence of widespread fraud of wrongdoing of rigging the vote? No, not at all. And not only that This has been one of the more scrutinized elections in modern history for our state. So if there was anything to discover or find, we certainly would have found it at this point, So there is no reason that you can point to that Biden winning Michigan by more than 150,000 votes that that would not stand. No, not at all and his. I started out by saying that it's actually it's very clear that the voters have spoken. It's very clear that there is no legal or factual basis to question that choice.

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Biden edges closer to projected electoral victory

The Paul W. Smith Show

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Biden edges closer to projected electoral victory

"Of state, the Great State of Michigan Secretary. Of state. Jocelyn Benson, Madam secretary. Welcome back. Good morning. I'm good. I'm inclined to say Other than that, Mrs Lincoln. How did you enjoy the play expression? 48 hours. The mitten. What do we do about that? I I understand the effort. We've all talked about the effort to get more people involved, make voting easier. It's after etcetera, but When do we know if we've gone too far, making it easy for people to vote and sometimes vote repeatedly or vote on behalf of dead people with Chicago became famous for We don't want to be famous for that in Michigan. How do we control this so that we don't have the end result that we're now experiencing. Really look at the facts in the data. I mean, the bottom line is here in Michigan. Every valid vote will count and only valid votes will count. And we've got plenty of kick your protocols in place to make sure that that happens in fact, now after the first tabulation has been complete, really in Michigan, we're going to see Continue You updated upload of information at the county in statewide levels, But that tabulation is done. And now boards of the county and state level comprised of people from both parties will review the procedures and counts of the entire election before the results are certified officials So we've Got a lot of checks and balances built in the process for good reason into really insure. People can have faith in the results of the election, regardless of how they go there. There's the lawsuit. Of course, there are a few of them now happening in Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania. Where else? I'm not sure. But there'll be others. I'm sure With his suit, which was filed, according to Beth LeBlanc, in this morning's Detroit News, filed in Michigan's Court of Claims wants Michigan's count stopped quote until meaningful access has been granted to observe the process. I've been getting notes and letters from people who are saying that they tried to enter TCF Center and volunteer is a poll worker in any capacity needed, but they were saying that no one except the press they believe security and attorneys We're allowed entry. And and they also went on to say that when they tried when GOP members tried to challenge all of a sudden, the people said, Wait a minute. It's a 6 ft. Covert rule. You've got to get away from me. But they weren't doing that to everybody. And, of course, if you're wearing a mask, it's not the legal answer there about the coded the 6 ft. And how in the world can you challenge or observe if you can't get within 6 Ft. Of somebody doing the counting? Procedures in place for challengers all across the state has been well established a uniform all across the state. And you know, we issued directive prior to the election on that to protect everyone's health and safety, but also ensure that the ability to observe the process within place on DH, So I've said repeatedly word a moment here where we knew and always have known there would be attempts to sow seeds of doubt in the process in the integrity of our process on DH if people were unhappy with the results of the election So that is a lot of what we're seeing here, But I stand by our work. I stand by the voters. I stand by the hard work of our election administrators, which has been very transparent from the beginning, and you know any conversations through litigation, otherwise in the days ahead, are simply just going to continue to reveal that truth. I'm very confident in that on so I hope everyone will simply just look at the facts in the data and accurate information moving forward and recognized that we're still in a moment where people are going to try to spread Misinformation is a way to undermine the truth on DH. Really? What What occurred in Michigan is a reflection of the will of the voters. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson with us on the pole over you, Smith, Sho W Jr and I guess another question I had was when they sue. Are they suing you? Are they suing the secretary of State's office or or or what? Yeah, People have have sued the state for various reasons. This is you know, as you mentioned, it's not just Michigan. This is unfortunately the escalation of the election litigation. Process has been really increased exponentially over the past election season on so we're you know, the attorney general in our office have been working together, took and make sure that we follow the law. We follow our secure protocols. We ensure transparency and all the rest. That's just important to me. Period on you. No way worked to ensure every ballot. Bout with counted by a pair of election workers, one from each majority party to prevent any political bias. So, ah, and a number of other secure protocols that were part of the reason why we took some time to ensure the account went smoothly and accurately. It's a bottom line, in my view is the public interest of the results of the election or an accurate reflection of the well of the people and I do hope that people respect that. However, we still got lots of Checks and balances in the processes I mentioned that will continue to review the procedures and counts just as we do in every election before they're sort of find official on network continues in the 13 days ahead, 12 now if

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When do the polls close in Texas?

Frank Beckmann

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

When do the polls close in Texas?

"The polls close at 8 P.m.. More than three million voters in our state have already cast their ballots. Secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson says it's a records that's actually three times the number of people who voted absentee in November. 2016 eso quite extraordinary, and today I think we're on track to see record breaking turnout Overall, probably two million. Maybe more will head to the polls, and we want you to mask up. If you do and enjoy the

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'Dude, I'm Done': When Politics Tears Families And Friendships Apart

All Things Considered

04:29 min | 1 year ago

'Dude, I'm Done': When Politics Tears Families And Friendships Apart

"Now you have likely seen it or felt it yourself. Now A recent survey shows how the nation's bitter political divide is taking a toll on friendships as NPR's Tuvia Smith reports with political polarization hitting a fever pitch. Even decades long relationships are caving under the pressure. It's been happening everywhere on social media, and in really life did straight up there. Dude, I'm done Lose my number that Shimada Davis from L. A. I just hung up on my end, and I proceeded to just block them in every possible way. Joanie Jensen from New York. I hate families, everything but I just don't know and Ricardo de Forest from Florida, there among the many Americans dumping friends over politics. It's one thing to disagree about tax policy, says Davis. But this is deeper. It's about morality and justice. As a black man. He says he simply could not abide his friend of 25 years down playing police brutality. It's like if this is your attitude. I don't respect you. Now I don't because people are really dying. It's also that kind of moral absolute to Jensen, retired professor and sexual assault survivor who cut off a friend of 40 years who was being cavalier about the allegations against Trump's then Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. He was going off flight. Oh, you drank the Kool Aid Cabin on boy. He didn't do anything. I said if this is his core ethics, I don't want that kind of person in my life Conservatives, Of course. Khun B. Justus, quick to spurn the liberals in their lives who clashed with their core values like life or the biggie for Ricardo de Forest Liberty. They sold our country out. This election is about the soul of what America is. He can be a free country. Andy, a socialist state to forest, a 61 year old steelworker cut off several cousins who he calls hard core Trump haters all they can do it. From the races on man bed on man raises, you know, blowing spittle in and veins popping out of their heads Yolk soy Latino, But I guess I'm some sort of horrible races because I like Trump. Ridiculous. We are seeing more political polarization today than at any point in modern history. Jocelyn Kiley, with the Pew Research Center says about 80% of Americans now have few or no friends across the aisle, and the animosity goes both ways. Democrats are a little bit more likely to say they'd end a friendship. But Republicans, maybe a little bit less likely to say they have friends on the other side, so it may not be all that differential. Everybody is doing this Tania Israel The University of California psychology professor runs workshops on cross the aisle conversations, she says. Both sides have big blind spots when it comes to the morality of their own side, and they all view themselves as eminently fair. And right. When I say all these things, I think I found fairly reasonable and see the other side as irrational. Just something wrong with these people. Whether conservatives like the forest or lefties like Joni Jensen, I said, Oh, my God, he really is brain. Wass. Everyone Tanya, Israel says could use a little more intellectual humility were flattening people out, you know, in terms of our view of them and not really seeing the full complexity of people on the other side. It's exactly what Georgia truck driver Jon Langford says his brother who's gay did to him. He went off on the sand. Essentially, I'm a racist and a homophobe. Just because I'm a trump supporter, knowif stands or butts. Ain't completely cut me out of his life, Langford says he's trying to not do the same and toe hang onto his friends. On the other side. I could assume that anybody that supports Biden is a firm believer that it's okay to murder a baby, but I don't From the other end of the political spectrum. Connecticut business consultant Jeff Maren Steen is also straining to stay friends with some trump supporters. Despite all the invective and insults, you know you live They're all the same or these ad hominem attacks. Maren Steen no longer talks to some of them with others. He just doesn't talk politics. It just feels like the healthiest thing for me to do at the moment. But, you know, I suppose the risk is that I'm just retreating into my own information bubble with people who think just like me. Indeed, experts say more conversation, not less is what's needed to heal the

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Michigan bans open carry of guns at polling locations

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Michigan bans open carry of guns at polling locations

"Benson says she will not allow gun owners to openly carry firearms. In or near polling places on Election Day. Michigan Public Radio's Rick Looter reports Michigan allows most adults toe openly carry firearms without getting a licence. But Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says it's her job to make sure people feel safe when they go to vote, and people with firearms could intimidate voters and poll workers. At least one gun rights group says that's unconstitutional, but it could be tough to litigate this close to the election. Back in the nation's capital. The

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Ex-wife, two teens arrested in alleged murder-for-hire plot in Bellevue, Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Ex-wife, two teens arrested in alleged murder-for-hire plot in Bellevue, Seattle

"Tonight. We're learning more details in a shocking Bellevue murder for hire plot. Police say a woman promised to pay a teenage boy thousands of dollars to kill her ex husband. Know what 11 come, was tending to talk to the man who was shot nine times and survive. Married. That's right tonight. I talk to Baron Lee. And this is where he was shot nine times Now. He told me he is processing so many emotions right now. Relief anger disappointment, so he wasn't ready to do an interview tonight. But he told me he still cannot believe that he survived. The's court documents paint a deliberate and disturbing murder for hire scheme, Bellevue police say sharing Kelly hired a 17 year old boy to murder her ex husband, Baron Lee, and offered to pay the teenager $13,000 something like this is where It is rare on the day of the shooting in July. Police say the 17 year old got his friend to drive him to the Overlook at Lake Mont Apartments in Bellevue, where court documents say he was going to cap someone and empty the clip. Police say the 17 year old gunmen ambushed Lee, shooting him nine times The victim fell to the ground. The suspect stood over him and continued to fire, according to court documents. Lee said he couldn't think of anyone who would want to kill him besides his ex wife, saying they were in the midst of a very acrimonious custody battle that also included a financial motive for Kelly to have sole custody of their child. Detectives say Kelly even bought a GPS tracking device that was found under lease car. She purchased the GPS tracker and that was connected to the second suspect. There is evidence that she conspired to commit the murder. Now investigators tell us, they tracked down those two teenagers and Kelly using surveillance, video search warrants, soulful media and technology. She's expected back in court in the next few weeks back to you. All right, Jocelyn Bell tonight Thank you. Tammy.

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11 Trivia Questions on Schitt's Creek

Trivia With Budds

02:38 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Schitt's Creek

"All Right Shits Creek Trivia, let's see if you know enough to be not up Shits Creek number one, the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season. Four of the show question won the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season four. Question number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get backstage passes to the teen choice awards number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get back stage passes to the teen choice awards. Question number three, which two characters on the show are brother and sister in real life number three, which do characters are brother and sister in real life. Question number four, Roland, and Jocelyn have an older son dates, Alexis. What is his name? Number? Four, Roland and Jocelyn have an older son who dates Alexis? What is his name? Question Number Five, what Song is Patrick Sing, for David, at an open mic number five, what Song Does Patrick. Sing for David at an open MIC. And Shits Creek number six, what's the name of the town realtor slash photographer number six? What's the name of the town realtors slash photographer? Question for what's the name of Moya's singing group number seven. What is the name of the singing group? That more up is a part of number seven? Question. Number eight what animal is featured in a movie moyer auditions for number eight, what animal is featured in a movie Moi rough auditions for. Question Nine. What is Bob's wife's name number nine? What is Bob's wife's name nine. And question number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt? And for two points, what senior activity does Ted Valentin or to help with for two points at one point on the series? What senior activity does Ted Volunteer to help with?

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Travel to Nebraska

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Nebraska

"I like to welcome the show gene m from Nebraska, who has come to talk to us about her homestate Tino. Welcome to the show I. Thank you Chris and Gina I see from Nebraska. You'll live in Phoenix now. Does one ever get Nebraska out of their system after they move away so. Truly wants to Nebraska always. And Nebraska is one of only three states in the fifteen years the show we have not covered. So I've been really wanting to do this show I think for a while I have actually spent vacations in Nebraska. So why should someone go to Nebraska? Well, that is a great question and a lot of people when they hear I'm from Nebraska, asked me that question as well. So I think that the State Tourism Board. They just came out with a motto. That actually, maybe laugh the motto is Nebraska honestly it isn't for everyone. And so and then it goes into all of these awesome things that you can do Nebraska. But I think that someone who loves a good road trip likes to go off the beaten path maybe not as mainstream as some other areas that is who is going to love to go to Nebraska. Will and I should say that I have or have had at times for different podcasts and one of them was the passport travel marketing. NPR. PODCAST and if you go find that show, you can find an interview with the head of Nebraska tourism talking about that very motto in how It came about and and what they meant by it and that whole program. So. Excellent well, what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for us? Well, I think that we should sorry in Omaha Nebraska which is the largest city you're gonna fly in here and you can fly pretty much any major airline into that airport. In also itinerary I should know is going to take place in the summer. So Nebraska has four seasons in the winter can be quite extreme and it's just not quite as fun. If you I mean it's beautiful but the weather is so extreme that I would definitely recommend during during the summer. So we're GONNA fly into Omaha, and we are going to stay in the old market area downtown. It's absolutely gorgeous. So you can go on some horsedrawn carriages you can see farmers markets on the weekends but. The main thing and Omaha is the Henner doorly zoo. So many times throughout the years it has been rated number one in the world and it's for good reason. So it has an aquarium that is also with the zoo and I truly don't think there's one thing there that is missing they are continuously I didn't on and I was actually just looking at the website and they actually have overnight experiences that families can do now which I think is really awesome. We're GONNA go to the zoo experienced that. Day event, they have this new sky fiery, they call it and it's Ski Lifts in the end it goes over and so you can see the animals from above and. If you get tired or if you just want a different view, just hop on that it is extra. It's only six dollars round trip though so I think it's been on it's pretty awesome. So some other things in Omaha to do there are many museums just to would be the Jocelyn Art Museum the Durham Museum I. Know Museums aren't everybody's saying but just the architecture in those buildings absolutely gorgeous. Just sue a walk through or go have coffee nearby absolutely gorgeous at the Joslyn Art Museum and what was the second one? And both really affordable to get into the Durham's eleven dollars for admission and the Josh Art Museum my impression is is that it's it's a fine art museum rather than a modern, Art Museum yes. Yeah. Okay and then the Durham is more of like it goes through exhibits on immigration and who settled into Omaha and the construction of the transcontinental railroad, which is really important throughout Nebraska's history kind of more of those type of things.

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Michigan election workers needed during coronavirus crisis

Rush Limbaugh

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Michigan election workers needed during coronavirus crisis

"Pull workers were in such shorts of play across the state that Governor Whitmer and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson are encouraging state employees to help out with the primary because of fears about the Corona virus. Elderly poll workers are not showing up the governor and the secretary of state or asking them to consider vacation days or leaves of days because of the shortage. The request comes as clerks prepare for an increased number of absentee ballots, double or triple the usual amount.

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New coronavirus tests set for Britain

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

New coronavirus tests set for Britain

"The British government says it will soon start issuing coronavirus tests with a quicker turnaround Boris Johnson's advises same results of the new tests should arrive in just ninety minutes the technology can tell whether someone has committed nineteen over another sickness such as the flu or other seasonal respiratory viruses one of the tests analyzes swab of saliva samples well the other focusing on DNA uses a machine to give results without the need to send them to a lab Jocelyn this month London

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UK scraps quarantine for some visitors as pubs set to reopen

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

UK scraps quarantine for some visitors as pubs set to reopen

"Britain is taking big steps out of lockdown with the reopening in England of restaurants pubs and headdresses along side opening up of international travel when pubs and restaurants reopen on Saturday for the booking to socialize over drinks it will be anything but business as usual locations will have to take contact details for each group of people could only socialize with one of the house sold at the time also the B. about on queuing up the ball and reduced capacity with patrons told to stay at least three feet apart prime minister Boris Johnson's message he wants people to enjoy the summer sensibly and make sure it all works while we travel the government is scrapping a requirement for people arriving from dozens of countries to spend fourteen days in isolation but US citizens I'm not on the list for now Jocelyn this month under

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Dallas - Amber Alert issued for 7-month-old from Irving

Glenn Beck

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas - Amber Alert issued for 7-month-old from Irving

"An amber alert has been issued for seven month old serenity berry of Irving authorities believe she's with her mother thirty five year old Jocelyn Nicole bridges she's believed to be driving a blue two thousand eleven Ford focus with a Texas license plate number of M. P. G. eighty six forty two serenity is believed to be in grave or immediate

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Welcome to ponderings from the purge today I have with me Jocelyn Simon. We've had a good time Connecting with each other around the world we talk on link Dental Jocelyn will welcome to ponderings from the verge. Finally thank you. I know it's been a long time coming but I'm super excited to be here. I have to say is my very first podcast appearance. So I'm excited got if I'm new to the podcast but not due to the stage we see you around the world getting some good quality time telling people what's what. Yeah yeah definitely Send Yeah quite quite a bit of time around the industry ten years back. So it's It's fun but it's also fun doing that. The podcast what we're GONNA get to more people but Jocelyn Simon is the senior VP. And she's the head of client services at NAILBITER and they. If you don't know who nailbiter is they really at. The core of things are helping brands. Unlock the shopper. Insights and really helping people capture that powerful moment. It happens so tell us a little bit before we get going just about your role at nailbiter. And what's so interesting going on over there right now? Yeah thanks. So it's it's been a pretty fast. Here is seven months so I joined later in show lie And it's been an awesome time because the offering like you said it's it's pretty exciting. Pretty unique qualitative in that. Were able to understand that moment of truth right at point of purchase. Is You know US observing that behavior in the moment that it's happening but we're doing it at quantitative scale and not so it really is is studying our platform in our approach apart. Because we're able to really and truly scale behavioral research so you know behavioral big Buzzword right now and it has been for for the past decade. I'd say Sack my my career in the behavioral sciences. For many years I was afraid. You Sir Someone Research for eight years so exciting to to bring my career to the next level and taking you know that in the moment. Purchase decision that we're able to observe through our.

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"Rogue Secretary of State" Jocelyn Benson

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"Rogue Secretary of State" Jocelyn Benson

"In two thousand eighteen Jocelyn Benson was elected as secretary of state in Michigan. It was part of a historic sweep. Where women were also elected to the governorship and to the Attorney General's office then the corona virus hit and Donald Trump went on the warpath personally attacking governor. Whitmer as she fought to get her citizens access to needed medical equipment. Well now he's also attack. Jocelyn calling her a rogue secretary of state for her plan to make sure all Michigan voters can apply to get an absentee ballot. This fall keeping them safe from the virus and ensuring everyone has a chance to vote. Jocelyn joined us to talk about the monumental importance of voting rights in the age of trump and the corona virus. This year we saw the. You're the woman. Two Point Gretchen. Whitmer Dana Nessel Jocelyn Benson Debbie Stamina and the list goes secretary of state of the Great State of Michigan. Four four my duties to invest in my abilities regard. Help me guys. The Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says. She sees nothing wrong with paper ballots. Secretary of state says the voter absentee ballot. Applications are great way for voters to vote in coming elections without risking their. How ahead of a planned visit to Michigan Tomorrow? President trump is targeting the leaders of the state on twitter president trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding to Michigan after the state announced that all of the states registered. Voters would receive applications for absentee ballots in the mail this year. Benton Secretary of State of Michigan on fighting every day to ensure that every voice is heard and every vote is counted. Sorry not sorry first of all. Thank you so much for doing this. I really really appreciate it. It's interesting because you have a job that I don't think a lot of people fully grasp what you do as secretary of State in Michigan. You're responsible for overseeing elections. But can you give my listeners? Really an overview of what that entails. And just broadly what? The job secretaryastate position in most states overseas democracy and that means everything from money in politics and regulating promoting disclosure of bat to the actual act of casting a ballot and making sure those votes are counted accurately protecting the security of the process. Anything that goes into ensuring that our democracy runs well flows lows through each state secretary of State and from your perspective. What is the biggest threat to our democracy? And you can do that. Broadly but you can also do that in Michigan. Well Yeah I always say that. A healthy democracy requires an engaged. An informed electorate and so in that way biggest threat is disengaged and misinformed electorate. I think you need both. You need everyone. Voting particular especially systems of underrepresented communities whose voices has historically been at the table and decisions. That are made them. But you also need to to be informed about all the aspects of an issue that they can make independent decisions about what's best for them. We're having our communities so to me really. You need people. Running the system secretaries of state and we need elected representatives who all kind of flow into that any neighbouring and encourage engagement and Commission. Of course the media as well but if you poke short on either of those two metrics those two pieces than democracy is threatened and. I think that's some of what we are seeing today where you have in some cases. Low turnout or disengagement or feeling of apathy or. My vote doesn't matter. My voice doesn't matter which is the exact opposite of which real and democracy or people not having access to accurate information about the decisions that are being made note decision makers that are making them can hold them accountable. We here and we've heard a lot about Michigan this cycle. So what makes it so important in this election besides the Electoral College? And how did it become a battleground? These chicken is a collection of voters that really reflects the entire country in many ways certainly in the Midwest and you've got a very diverse population we've got the largest concentrations for example Arab American voters in the country. We've got strong urban areas with unique stories and history like Detroit and Flint and high levels of communities of color growing Tino population and then a lot of the state is very rural. And so the racial demographics. The economic demographics -cation you have also right next to Detroit. One of the wealthiest per capita community in the country and they got in some ways integregation and many of the problems that afflict and having the country historically are reflected in Michigan. There's a great thing I saw when I personally hear when Michigan accuses the whole country gets a cold that in some ways is a bellwether state. Her a lot of different things is that because of the people because of history because of the community that can indicate how rest of the country like feeling going and attention on our state certainly over the past ten years when it comes to presidential elections. Really underscored that.

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"jocelyn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on WTOP

"With Jocelyn chessen at the editor's desk coming up the special prosecutor named in the murder case of a Georgia jogger the White House recommending corona virus testing on more than a million nursing home residents a new congressional push for a national testing plan related to the coronavirus I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill a decline in vaccinations for children raises concerns among health officials I'm Lisa Howell mixed on Wall Street the Dow is down seventy five the nasdaq up sixty two and the S. and P. two it's twelve thirty CBS news update a special prosecutor's been named in the case of Ahmad armory the twenty five year old black man shot and killed while jogging last winter in Georgia two white men father and son the McMichael's were charged last week CBS's Omar Villafranca Travis was charged with murder and aggravated assault Gregory was charged with party to murder and aggravated assault in the February twenty third confrontation they both claim self defense the third man William Roddy Brian videotaped the confrontation his attorney tells W. J. A. X. TV evidence says that there was no communication between radi and in the Michaels or anybody else prior to that shooting Brian's fiancee says the emergence of the video was made him the target of threats turned our lives upside down the phone calls starting at three AM the we're coming for your coming for your breeze family says Brian should face charges CBS news update of Steve K. for new at this hour the White House now recommending corona virus testing of more than a million nursing home residents and staff over the next two weeks sources say details are being discussed on a call with vice president pence and governors it comes after the Wall Street journal reported that federal health regulators were developing guidelines for re opening nursing homes proposing steps that would allow visitors to return to facilities that have been hit hard by the pandemic there are concerns among industry leaders and infection control experts who say that moving too fast to reopen these facilities could increase the risk for frail and elderly residents we will bring you more on this information as it develops the heads of the FDA and the CDC are now working remotely on the response to the corona virus given recent contacts to an aide to vice president pence who recently tested positive here CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy with proof the viruses reached inside the gates even as tests are routinely administered there's increasing concern about the risk of spreading the west wing at least three members of the coronavirus task force including Dr Anthony Fauci are now self isolating but Dr Debra birch was spotted on the White House grounds today we've been given no indication the president or vice president are isolating or wearing masks Saturday the head of the National Guard tested positive for covert nineteen just hours before he was supposed to meet with president trump meantime Republican Tennessee senator Lamar Alexander is isolating after one of his staff members tested positive Alexander will chair Senate health committee hearing tomorrow on video members of Congress are pushing for a national testing plan for covert nineteen in the latest legislation under consideration WTOP's Mitchell Miller with more on that today on the hill the numbers are large but we can't forget that each one is a tragedy Virginia senator Tim Kaine noting he knows several people who have died from covert nineteen in the house a new proposal calls for spending two hundred and fifty billion dollars on testing and contact tracing for front line workers the house is currently putting together a wide ranging piece of legislation and it remains unclear how much will go toward testing at a recent hearing came cited south Korea's success at limiting deaths from the virus and he questioned the director of NIH Dr Francis Collins about that I'm assuming it has something to do with testing they did figure out how to do does the distancing thing and the testing thing with great speed and repeatedly on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news coming up next year opinions getting ready for a return to some normalcy it's twelve thirty five your favorite things feel made for you your education should tell university of Maryland global campus formerly university of Maryland University College was made to serve the military.

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Babe?

Babe?

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Babe?

"So now it's called Riverview Christian Academy. So when you guys the real Heads Will Remember When Jocelyn was first on this podcast you and I were like, oh gotta go up there like we gotta see what's going on blah blah. So we came up with a plan that we were going to like email them and you email them or spoke with someone on the phone. I taught them on the phone. I emailed with them. I was just trying to get a green light to get up there and they just never they shut it down just didn't care. Yeah. So then if you Google Riverview Christian Academy wage BuzzFeed do is publish like this tell-all or an expose where they interviewed to a female students that had gone there and basically those with them and said like they're really anti-gay like they punish kids or being gay. They're they are basically doing like conversion therapy. Maybe that's why they didn't want to talk us. Maybe they knew it was two bisexual butterflies. So they got like outed by BuzzFeed news and then not only that they got raided by the FBI later that I think later that year in January of 2019 because they were suspected of hoarding firearms and they were also suspected of doing conversion thoughts which is illegal in the state of California. So that all happened in the last year. Yeah. So the FBI came to the campus rated it and then they went to like total lockdown mode. So the school Will exist there are still students there. I didn't see anyone I was up the campus. But so we had reached out they never that never went anywhere and then I just decided I was like guess like I need like I was just like I have to like go drive up there. Like I don't have a choice. I to just like pack Tony in the car take a road trip. I need to like have a little travel like Freedom moment and like them to go and see what happens and like I'm going to email them and try reach out and see if I can get on campus. But if they don't say that I can I'm just going to go up there. Anyways, I don't give a fuk off. So I went full Renegade mad max-style. Okay, so I'm going to find the email that I sent. So I called First and asked to just speak to the owner of the school and they wouldn't let me speak to them, but they were like will write you. And like we'll get in touch. So.

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Babe?

Babe?

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Babe?

"Babes babes, babe. We're back. It's Lara. And Jocelyn V Jocelyn Jane free free. I'm having some identity shifts that we're working through. Yeah, we are wage all kind of going through shifts right now major major shifts. I guess should maybe get this out of the way up top and we can talk about it starts strong. Okay, so I've been going through a bit of like a deep think about my future life and podcasting and writing and career and I've come to the realization that I need to take a break from babe for a little while, which is a true babe, but I have to be honest about my truth. So this is going to be the last episode of babe for the foreseeable future. I'm putting the pod on Hiatus as I kind of restructure figure out what I want to do next sexy unique podcast will continue. So I urge a lot of you to that don't aren't in a'bravo or aren't to me just go over there and you have a lot of content, but I'm willing to watch you. Yeah talk about t I've spoken with a lot of readers the they don't watch any of the shows that I watch but they still tune in every week and they get something out of it. I appreciate that and I think that speaks to the quality of that podcast. So I think that could be an outlet for my babe readers. I Have not come to this decision lightly. I've been it's been percolating for a little while how long I'd say since late last year since I went on a road trip when I woke to Cascade to go my old boarding school to kind of go check it out and see what was up there. Our old boarding our old boarding school the death my bad, sorry wage and it just got me thinking like I've been working on I've been working on my book proposal now Thursday, I mean for forever, but truly like I signed with a book agent in June of last year..

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

Hurry Slowly

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

Hurry Slowly

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

Hurry Slowly

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

"So that's what I want to talk about today. The practice of holding space typically the term holding space is used in group or interpersonal context. It's the idea of being open present hasn't and allowing to hold space for another person so that they can feel comfortable exploring their ideas sensations or emotions in a safe safe environment space free from judgment interruption commentary or advice but what if we took this concept of holding space and thought about how we might apply to ourselves to create space for ourselves in our daily lives. The field's open present and and allowing to create space for ourselves. That is free from judgment from interruption. From commentary and advice what would it feel like to hold space for yourself like that to give yourself and your ideas room to breathe room to play and explore and grow without being on deadline without expectation of a specific outcome or result. This can sound a bit abstract concept so let me walk you through four different ways in which you might consider holding space for yourself in the New Year. The first is the most obvious time without the space of time there's no possibility of anything new unfolding whether that be a creative project a new insight about your career path or healing of some wound. That's holding you back giving yourself the gift of time without the expectation of productivity is the first first and foremost way to hold space for yourself and I'm not talking about a six month sabbatical here just little pockets hours even minutes minutes throughout your day the reclaim for yourself. So many of us are constantly rushing from one activity to the next as we seek to do a good job at work revolve ourselves as humans. We Dash from one meeting to the next one email to the next from work to yoga. Class from Yoga class to dinner and so on our daily activities are pressed up against each other cheek to jowl. And there's no room left to cede anything new to let it grow and expand unfettered our schedule's packed too tight for that so the first step in holding space for new ideas to come in and for new intentions to manifest manifest is a loosening of this impulse to over schedule to perhaps even strive to under schedule or if schedule you must to block out moments in your day when you aren't obliged to do anything. Because as I said before one of the most important aspects of holding space in the context the time is to do so without expectation of productivity so much of what goes into making positive exchange generating new ideas or healing. Yourself doesn't look like anything is happening because it's all happening internally in the unconscious guided by the natural wisdom of the body is a process of devastation. In which ninety five percent of the work happens deep beneath the surface pregnancy is of course the perfect example. There's a woman feel like she's making little organs and is enhanced uh-huh is. She is carrying a child. Does she consciously think. Today I will make perfectly formed fingernails. Of course it all unfold without her her conscious effort as part of the station process. All this necessary is time and the nurturing space. She creates with her. Will everything else has almost as if by magic that is the power of holding space and giving yourself time time the second way to hold space is by creating idea space. We've been culturally conditioned to believe in self betterment comment as an unadulterated good that we are not sufficient just as we are and thus to improve ourselves we must be more informed. Exercise more adopted new Diet Digest. More ideas learn new skills and on and on on a never ending treadmill of self-improvement where at some point in the vanishing future will finally be improved enough to what take a break and rest. Just be ourselves this. This message is everywhere. And it's insidious I rolled down the top edge of my sock the other day and there stood on the inside. It said be better. That's right. We've reached a point where my socks are nagging me to be better. And I'm supposed to be inspired rather than salted and the upshot out of this everlasting pursuit of better nece is that we're constantly shoving more and more information into our brains rather than just walking into a shop and buying new the dishwasher. You spend six hours researching. Which is the best dishwasher rather than just diving into your new project and feeling your way through it? You re blocks and listen to podcasts. About how other people have done similar projects and prepared to build your skills. I rather than sitting and eating dinner alone with your thoughts. You Watch. What's Netflix or Amazon? To keep the quiet at bay I give a million other examples but the long and short of it is that we're constantly consuming other people's is ideas rather than leaving space for our own. We're binge eating information constantly shoving more and more ideas into our brains in leaving no mental space for our own ideas to seed and grow and expand and unfortunately insight or change will almost certainly not arrive. If we can't even hear ourselves thinking so here too is another way in which we can perhaps free up some space by loosening or releasing our addiction to other people's ideas so that we can hold space for our own. The Third Way to hold space is through ritual. My friend introduced me to a really wonderful audiobook. I absolutely adore last year called making the God's to work for you by Caroline Casey side note if the title bothers you look past it because it's very tongue in cheek one of the things that Casey advocates for in her talk is that the way we get the universe or the gods to support. Our plans is by making those intentions manifest in a physical way by bringing them out of our heads in into the three D. World by surrounding our intentions with ritual. Oh process that could look like anything you might want to do. The only criterion is that it's something you do in Three D. space with your body you and or your hands so one way to create virtual space could be journal every morning. Another could meditate every day are you could light a candle and say say a prayer every day or proletariat card. I like to engage in practice. I Call Wall journaling Ray. Go through a bunch of art. Books and magazines and intuitively pull out at the images that speak to me that I carefully arranged them. All on a wall in my office usually the process unfolds over few days as I sit with the images. Think about what's missing what I need to take away. And it is certain point the collages set and he usually stays up on the wall for about three months. And at some point the unconscious forces that guided me to those particular images become apparent as some growth or change unfolds. You could also think about who your Cozinne. Creative ancestors are a practice. We talked about in an earlier episode. Cut Out images of them to put over your desk as a kind of collection of guiding angels an inspiration the possibilities for creating ritual space are infinite but the idea is that you are literally physically carving hang out time and space in the three D. World for actualising your intentions. There's real power and simply showing your commitment day in and day out out not necessarily by doing anything but just by ritually opening up space for something to happen the last and perhaps most important way to hold space is by creating what I'm going to call heart space for all the reasons that I tweeted -tated earlier about our collective obsession with self improvement. We tend to be very very hard on ourselves. We believe that we must make something thank ourselves. which presupposes of course that the current self is inadequate and not good enough often results in US looking on ourselves with an attitude of tough love to get the best performance we admonish ourselves discipline ourselves critique ourselves or is the mindfulness mindfulness teacher? Steve Hickman says the beatings will continue until morale improves. This is the attitude that many of us take towards ourselves we think if our discipline is imperfect perhaps we can improve it by criticizing or belittling ourselves until ashamed enough we decide to improve our performance. But of course this doesn't work. Beatings do not improve morale nor will they help you improve yourself. This is why holding heart space. These can be so powerful and to be clear. This is not about a lack of discipline or taking attitude of laziness. It's about taking being an attitude of 10-discipline towards yourself a concept. I talked about in an earlier. PODCAST episode called. Who are you without the doing in this particular moment as we think about New Year's intentions in this idea of making positive change one of the ways that we most commonly constrict in strict in the heart space is through impatiens? You know you need to change you know you want to change. So why isn't it happening already you so you have this goal. You know you want to do this project. So why can't you start it better yet. Why haven't you already finished? But when we get impatient that heart space really constricts and then there's no breathing room and there's no tenderness and there's no flow when you get stuck doc and then you criticize yourself for being stuck. All that does is make you more stock but if you can be gentle with yourself and hold space for yourself how the open and present and allowing with whatever is happening. Even if it's not what you want to happen then you're swimming with the tide rather than against eventually you will get to the shore at its core. You're holding heart space means having faith in yourself and your mind and your body and your intuition if you're making a good faith effort and things things are going slower than expected or your little stock. That's okay you don't have to be yourself up about it what you resist persists. It's as they say instead. Consider being tender with yourself and accepting that. This is all just part of the station.

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

Hurry Slowly

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

"So that's what I want to talk about today. The practice of holding space typically the term holding space is used in group or interpersonal context. It's the idea of being open present hasn't and allowing to hold space for another person so that they can feel comfortable exploring their ideas sensations or emotions in a safe safe environment space free from judgment interruption commentary or advice but what if we took this concept of holding space and thought about how we might apply to ourselves to create space for ourselves in our daily lives. The field's open present and and allowing to create space for ourselves. That is free from judgment from interruption. From commentary and advice what would it feel like to hold space for yourself like that to give yourself and your ideas room to breathe room to play and explore and grow without being on deadline without expectation of a specific outcome or result. This can sound a bit abstract concept so let me walk you through four different ways in which you might consider holding space for yourself in the New Year. The first is the most obvious time without the space of time there's no possibility of anything new unfolding whether that be a creative project a new insight about your career path or healing of some wound. That's holding you back giving yourself the gift of time without the expectation of productivity is the first first and foremost way to hold space for yourself and I'm not talking about a six month sabbatical here just little pockets hours even minutes minutes throughout your day the reclaim for yourself. So many of us are constantly rushing from one activity to the next as we seek to do a good job at work revolve ourselves as humans. We Dash from one meeting to the next one email to the next from work to yoga. Class from Yoga class to dinner and so on our daily activities are pressed up against each other cheek to jowl. And there's no room left to cede anything new to let it grow and expand unfettered our schedule's packed too tight for that so the first step in holding space for new ideas to come in and for new intentions to manifest manifest is a loosening of this impulse to over schedule to perhaps even strive to under schedule or if schedule you must to block out moments in your day when you aren't obliged to do anything. Because as I said before one of the most important aspects of holding space in the context the time is to do so without expectation of productivity so much of what goes into making positive exchange generating new ideas or healing. Yourself doesn't look like anything is happening because it's all happening internally in the unconscious guided by the natural wisdom of the body is a process of devastation. In which ninety five percent of the work happens deep beneath the surface pregnancy is of course the perfect example. There's a woman feel like she's making little organs and is enhanced uh-huh is. She is carrying a child. Does she consciously think. Today I will make perfectly formed fingernails. Of course it all unfold without her her conscious effort as part of the station process. All this necessary is time and the nurturing space. She creates with her. Will everything else has almost as if by magic that is the power of holding space and giving yourself time time the second way to hold space is by creating idea space. We've been culturally conditioned to believe in self betterment comment as an unadulterated good that we are not sufficient just as we are and thus to improve ourselves we must be more informed. Exercise more adopted new Diet Digest. More ideas learn new skills and on and on on a never ending treadmill of self-improvement where at some point in the vanishing future will finally be improved enough to what take a break and rest. Just be ourselves this. This message is everywhere. And it's insidious I rolled down the top edge of my sock the other day and there stood on the inside. It said be better. That's right. We've reached a point where my socks are nagging me to be better. And I'm supposed to be inspired rather than salted and the upshot out of this everlasting pursuit of better nece is that we're constantly shoving more and more information into our brains rather than just walking into a shop and buying new the dishwasher. You spend six hours researching. Which is the best dishwasher rather than just diving into your new project and feeling your way through it? You re blocks and listen to podcasts. About how other people have done similar projects and prepared to build your skills. I rather than sitting and eating dinner alone with your thoughts. You Watch. What's Netflix or Amazon? To keep the quiet at bay I give a million other examples but the long and short of it is that we're constantly consuming other people's is ideas rather than leaving space for our own. We're binge eating information constantly shoving more and more ideas into our brains in leaving no mental space for our own ideas to seed and grow and expand and unfortunately insight or change will almost certainly not arrive. If we can't even hear ourselves thinking so here too is another way in which we can perhaps free up some space by loosening or releasing our addiction to other people's ideas so that we can hold space for our own. The Third Way to hold space is through ritual. My friend introduced me to a really wonderful audiobook. I absolutely adore last year called making the God's to work for you by Caroline Casey side note if the title bothers you look past it because it's very tongue in cheek one of the things that Casey advocates for in her talk is that the way we get the universe or the gods to support. Our plans is by making those intentions manifest in a physical way by bringing them out of our heads in into the three D. World by surrounding our intentions with ritual. Oh process that could look like anything you might want to do. The only criterion is that it's something you do in Three D. space with your body you and or your hands so one way to create virtual space could be journal every morning. Another could meditate every day are you could light a candle and say say a prayer every day or proletariat card. I like to engage in practice. I Call Wall journaling Ray. Go through a bunch of art. Books and magazines and intuitively pull out at the images that speak to me that I carefully arranged them. All on a wall in my office usually the process unfolds over few days as I sit with the images. Think about what's missing what I need to take away. And it is certain point the collages set and he usually stays up on the wall for about three months. And at some point the unconscious forces that guided me to those particular images become apparent as some growth or change unfolds. You could also think about who your Cozinne. Creative ancestors are a practice. We talked about in an earlier episode. Cut Out images of them to put over your desk as a kind of collection of guiding angels an inspiration the possibilities for creating ritual space are infinite but the idea is that you are literally physically carving hang out time and space in the three D. World for actualising your intentions. There's real power and simply showing your commitment day in and day out out not necessarily by doing anything but just by ritually opening up space for something to happen the last and perhaps most important way to hold space is by creating what I'm going to call heart space for all the reasons that I tweeted -tated earlier about our collective obsession with self improvement. We tend to be very very hard on ourselves. We believe that we must make something thank ourselves. which presupposes of course that the current self is inadequate and not good enough often results in US looking on ourselves with an attitude of tough love to get the best performance we admonish ourselves discipline ourselves critique ourselves or is the mindfulness mindfulness teacher? Steve Hickman says the beatings will continue until morale improves. This is the attitude that many of us take towards ourselves we think if our discipline is imperfect perhaps we can improve it by criticizing or belittling ourselves until ashamed enough we decide to improve our performance. But of course this doesn't work. Beatings do not improve morale nor will they help you improve yourself. This is why holding heart space. These can be so powerful and to be clear. This is not about a lack of discipline or taking attitude of laziness. It's about taking being an attitude of 10-discipline towards yourself a concept. I talked about in an earlier. PODCAST episode called. Who are you without the doing in this particular moment as we think about New Year's intentions in this idea of making positive change one of the ways that we most commonly constrict in strict in the heart space is through impatiens? You know you need to change you know you want to change. So why isn't it happening already you so you have this goal. You know you want to do this project. So why can't you start it better yet. Why haven't you already finished? But when we get impatient that heart space really constricts and then there's no breathing room and there's no tenderness and there's no flow when you get stuck doc and then you criticize yourself for being stuck. All that does is make you more stock but if you can be gentle with yourself and hold space for yourself how the open and present and allowing with whatever is happening. Even if it's not what you want to happen then you're swimming with the tide rather than against eventually you will get to the shore at its core. You're holding heart space means having faith in yourself and your mind and your body and your intuition if you're making a good faith effort and things things are going slower than expected or your little stock. That's okay you don't have to be yourself up about it what you resist persists. It's as they say instead. Consider being tender with yourself and accepting that. This is all just part of the station.

Caroline Casey new Diet Digest Netflix Cozinne US Steve Hickman Amazon
"jocelyn" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"So that I'm owning this thing is there way that I could reframe this. So that actually want to do the thing or if I really can't reframe it like, can I let it go. Or should. I be saying no to the thing or how you know. And so that's just like a tiny shift like every time us curious self saying, I need to do this think about okay, we're like how can I rephrase that? So that I'm actually owning that thought, and as something that I want to do, and that starts to make you really conscious of the things you really don't want to do. And it also starts making conscious of like a more gentle way of framing things. So that you can actually get into it. You know, and it might be that. Like, you know, to give a very practical example, like let's say, I was editing something, and when I'm editing when I'm like, I need to edit this. I'm like going to do it onscreen on my computer, and I'm going to be hunched over it and feel kind of physically gross and wake up and like a zombie state. You know, a couple of hours later like pick my head up. But if I like print it out, and, you know, grab a pan, and I go like sit on my sofa, and I put like some music on and I'm still doing the editing. But like I'm in this like totally different modality where I'm like. Yeah. Like, I'm kind of into doing this. Now, you know, it has just framing right? It's just like, oh, I decided to do it this way not that way. And this is the thing that makes me really enjoy the process. Whereas if I'd done this other way, it wouldn't have enjoy the process at all. Because I think we're so focused on these outcomes in these achievements that we forget about the process, but the processes ninety nine percent of it. Right. And if you don't enjoy the process, and you're just kind of you're not really, you know, there's so much more that you could be doing to really be enjoying the work that you're making. Eve said that when you're working on something you ponder hell, you want your audience to feel is there. A single universal feeling that you want people to take away from reset comfort. I think comfort in their own skin comfort in their own world view. You know, it's funny because I think when people sign up for it. They're probably not like that's what I'm gonna take it from this is sort of a funny thing, I think, yes. Comfort in their own skin. But I think also like comfort like, okay? Like, I understand why felt compelled to work this way. And I also like I can see like, I see you know, what happened with technology. I see what happened with society. Like, I see why I was working in that way. But because now I see why that happened. I can see this other avenue over here that I can also take and it's like, oh my God. Like, I could make a right turn. I could take this exit off the highway and like be driving, you know, on the scenic route on the superhighway than I'm on right now. You know? And so just to have that feeling that you have more options, and that you have more control, and that there's a different way of doing things, and I think all of that adds up to a feeling of really deep comfort. Hopefully, just me have one last question for you that I can't imagine that you're not expecting at the end of your podcast. Hurry, slowly US every guests to set of questions among them this one. How do you define creativity in ten words or less? So, you know, I have to ask you Jocelyn, heavy you define creativity in ten words or less. I'm actually and I'm just saying Mr. totally own up to where I got this answer. This is an answer that someone gave me which I think is amazing who gave it to you Kim chambers. Okay. The amazing marathon swimmer. It's just self expression. Joscelyn K glomming, thank you for helping us make better sense of our time in this crazy world and thank you for joining today onto towbar. You can find out.

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"jocelyn" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Your mom had sketchbooks out to tell you what my very racy. So. Yeah, I don't know if she showed them to me or I just found them later, but she was really good at at drawing people drawing their faces which is actually quite difficult like sort of one of the I've always felt like one of the more difficult aspects of drawings capturing someone's face, and I don't know why. But I used to just like go in there, and you know, pull them out from under the bed and just kind of look at them. And I think also it was maybe it was interesting to me because it allowed me to see sort of a different side of her because she's from a different generation. And at that time, you know, there just wasn't. The all of the resources that we have now to build, you know, a career or a business around our creativity in some way, I think she had wanted to go to art school. But her my father got married fairly young not for that. But you know, I think she was like twenty one an end up pursuing a career in teaching instead. But it always kind of felt like there was a sort of artistic soul about her. And that was always something that she wanted to pursue. And you know, she's still does in her in her free time. And I think she she really past that kind of visual art, gene onto my brother. I got more of the more of the writing gene than the the hand eye coordination good hand eye coordination for sports, but not for number art. Meanwhile, you said that your dad nuclear engineer was extremely Taipei an overachiever intensely driven and motivated and giving these attributes of your parents, it seems like you're. A really good example of the perfect ven diagram of of Mr. and MRs Glaive and how Jocelyn popped out. Would you agree? Maybe. So I mean, yeah, I've never I've never thought about about why? But I think that's absolutely true. I think so much of the work that I do now is really sometimes I recall myself, like a recovering Taipei, you know, is about kind of recognizing that I have been in this very like over achieving ambitious perfectionist mindset and trying to figure out how to turn down the volume on that and be able to be a little bit more grounded and a little bit more present because all of that stuff, right? Kinda takes you out of the present moment and into the future right super future focused, and that's always a part of me. Like, you can't get you can't just get rid of it. But you know, trying to find the balance I want to stay in the past for a few more minutes in one interview. I read you describe to. Two key moments in your life that seemingly couldn't be more opposite seeing the stag in the rural woods of Lynchburg Virginia. And then the day your family got their first computer bring us back to that moment. I mean, it was I think I was about fifteen maybe one teenager for sure got our first computer. I don't remember exactly what happened on that day. But what I ended up doing was making Zine with it. And that was back when it was like really crappy clip, our, you know, type thing. Yeah. But I got really into it. And so I used to I design the Zine and on and on what it was like, what was the name of it..

Jocelyn Taipei Zine MRs Glaive engineer Virginia Lynchburg
"jocelyn" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"jocelyn" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

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