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"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"In two thousand and three nike signed thirteen-year-old freddie due to a seven figure contracts. But freddie didn't live up to the height he is turned down every single documentary project looking closely at the details of his career. Until now we're going to look at everything you did because of the hype surrounding your arrival. And what they think you can be. I'm grant wall. And this is american prodigy. Freddy do from blue. I or podcasts Pressing to the means twenty fifty. It's the hockey pedia. Cast with your host dimitri philipovich. Welcome to hockey. Pedio cast dimitrova povich and joining. Me is my good buddy jordan. Samuels thomas jordan goodman nothing just Enjoy my time here. In san diego obviously played here for a couple of years. So it's that time of year where everything it's cold but it's not too bad here so this enjoying the time not on the ice right now. Well i gave you some homework for your first appearance on the podcast and it's At least those watching a game was watched some tape. It was and it was a good one at that. Where you and i are going to do the rewatch of chicago. La from the two thousand fourteen west finals game seven in particular. But i guess we'll start off here because this is a good kind of introduction point for us let's not it up with sort of the legacy of this game where or when when i pitched you this idea you're pretty fired up to do with me. what what is your your your memories of this this series this point of time in hockey. Where were you at personally sort of just like getting into dipping your toes into the water here with with this particular game series. What are sort of the lasting impressions and kind of the the where where you end of it. Personally like for me. Like i was just Finishing up my master's at quinnipiac I would. I would actually want him. Getting trained to buffalo from winnipeg like a month after this but this was the series is particularly interesting to me. Because i grew up big. La chains fan Not necessarily as..

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:03 min | 6 months ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Six, twenty, three, O one. Kings are hiring the rockets assistant GM money McNair as the new head of basketball operations. So. there. Is that the kiss of death or what I mean no offense to anybody but. What a disaster that thing is honestly. The kings I mean in reality it's like going to hell isn't it? No offense I'm not trying to be a jerk. I'm just telling it like it is right. Is that where you go to die? It's not the place on your list when you're looking to. Jump up the ranks in the in the NBA. You don't start it up. You know what? The kings that's really a place where I can get things cooking, and that'll be my stepping stone to the next job. Did you ever see like when they were good though with Webber and Blahdy in those guys they were good. Those were good. Good Times one good time talking. In franchise history they have one good little section at time. So to Grand Guy injured than I he left the game. and. The other night it was ARRIETTA. That had the same thing happened both of them. Hammy. Right. So. Guys are dropping like flies. In. Baseball. And then I told you. There's only a few games going on right now twins up five one in the ninth on the white sox cubs, Tutu diamondbacks sixty angels and the giants now eight nine thing on the mariners in Seattle. So we're GONNA talk to Joe Lissi coming up but I wanted to bring up the golf really quick. So tomorrow, the US Open starts at the famed wing foot in New York. And I am just here to tell you just. So you're aware I. Don't know if you saw coast to coast today for scripted TV. But I had on David do sick of Golf Week and you know I have a friend a really good friend that is a member at winged foot. And this guy is from Pittsburgh and he is a great golfer. fact he lives on a great golf course in. Pittsburgh. That's legendary and the guys like Scratch Golfer, he can really play. And he's a member at a Guy Gos- more than when I now and he's A. He's a member wingfield. So imagine living in Pittsburgh, but you're a member wingfield. So I was at a club, the other day plane and I I think I I don't know if I told the story but Michael Jordan, Samuel Jackson Mark Wahlberg are all members there right. So these are Hollywood guys and. An NBA owner worth billions with his Nike Line, Michael Jordan and the most famous basketball player ever. And they're all members of this club in New York right? Not Winged Foot. It's a different. It's a different club and it's a really good golf club in New York City and. Same thing, my buddy lives in Pittsburgh, but he's a member of wings. And he told me. And he's never taken me golfing there and you know it's not like I see him ever I'm really busy but I see him if I go to Pittsburgh if I go home to a steeler game or Pangolin. Her my dad's funeral. I saw him and. I always see him when I'm when I'm home in Pittsburgh and he's a member winged foot and he he used to tell me stories about it, but it's the the most brutal golf course. In the country. Bar None like absolutely Barna now there's a lot of people that would say you know oakmont in Pittsburgh is legendary for US opens and it's one of the greatest golf courses ever and then you know Pinehurst there's people that would say. I think Pebble Beach is more beautiful and is probably the most beautiful golf course in the country, but it's not the toughest. It's really a good course, but it's not the Deva's golf course ever like bethpage black suede tougher. Right these are visitors something. That's all. That's all the pebble beach is it just looks cool. Ones. That's all it is. Okay. So wing foot is the most brutal golf course in America. I mean, that's what. I mean there's I. Mean like guys on tour are they not saying? This is the hardest of course they've ever played. There's guys it Justin. Thomas Tiger Wood they're all saying the same thing. That's the hardest golf course they've ever played. So. I am so excited. To Watch them all. Suffer. For the next four days I have. Absolutely. No reason for any reason at all to watch except to watch them suffer. Now I know that sounds cruel but I am cruel because we've watched these guys twenty, twenty, four, twenty, seven, thirty under par fifteen, hundred, ten, five at six at their never. Ever Right He's got everywhere. They play everywhere even Augusta? They're under par. It. Doesn't matter where they play. There's nowhere that they're overpower. And now we're GONNA see. The winner the last time they played their Jeff Levine was five over that one. So we're going to see guys literally they're GonNa be guys shooting twenty thirty over. And they're GONNA they're not gonNA make the cut but the cuts going to be gigantic it's going to be like. Who knows what it'll be but if the winner was at five, what would you think fifteen will be the cut. I mean it's be horrible. It's GONNA be. It's GonNa be horrible but I wanNA see it because..

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"Going to be old. Sharp you don't WanNa come to me. I'll send you two guys that trade. Thank you. Dude. deadlight light. So glad you get interview and when you can you explain why I was like that is it. That's what makes a good podcast interview. It's somebody who'd want to sit next to it like a dinner party and for me someone who is educating me at the same time they are entertaining me and I love I. Loved it. Loved it. Thank you for bringing that back into everybody's feed to this week. I'm so glad you dug it. Yeah. Okay. So you WANNA. Raise the wand. Yes. Do I get to start sure go ahead. Okay. So I'm actually going to raise a wand to a brand I have fallen in love with all over again. So I actually discovered the brand through a former podcast guests. Okay. It's all like keeping all on the FM. Today. So core organics that is former podcast guests, Miranda, Kerr's brand. Now before you start thinking, okay, she's a supermodel who has her own brand great core organics is the shit right and. I'd not a huge cursor. It is amazing. I got really back into Cora when I gave my friend Lucy a couple of core products that I have extra ones lying around and then she. wrote me from like she was on a trip and she was like this is amazing and she's like not a huge beauty person like she's not gonna like she's not someone who asks for product or like law this product and she she loves something she loves something like pay for it. She is going crazy for chorus. So I was like, what have I have cora got some stuff that can start using again. You're like, why didn't give it away yeah? Yeah. Yeah. The. Second. Cora. So I was like you know what? I have core products too. So I have quite a few. Lucy. Give it back. I know I know she's crazy about this space oil. There's a lot of course thinks she's Well, I, I'm a few things, but one of them that I like it was like right next to my bed I started using get that now is. Easy is the core enriched body lotion. It is so good. It smells so spa like I rub it all over my body like single night and I wasn't using body lotion all the time because I'm lazy cow it is fantastic. It's got a hogue oil of course it's organic because that's Miranda she's very fancy like that. She's like healthy organic yacht back Adamia oils cocoa butter. Nobody extract her whole remember the Nonni. The nonni of the new we should remember eight her interview. Accent was delightful. Kept saying no need. Really, an accent. Asmar she was incredible. I mean her face is of mesmerizing to anybody show on. She's like she's she's absolutely beautiful person. It's just wonderful. You massage it in and I. Even my husband said like to be like to like like you know tm but he said like my skin felt really soft and really nice and I was like I have to keep using this I'd my husband said my skit fell off. Like I, feel like if it made me feel good. So Anyway I. Love It, and I love it. It's an pumps. You could just like like a lazy lazy animal I push and Rub it on my body when I'm in bed like it's not. An animal metaphors or cow. What else have we got? When you're get dry. It's not like a butter. We need to unscrew the top and then you have to like put your little pollen. You completely know what you're talking about I think yeah great? A brand that like it is similar sort of way it was one of these brands that get so much hype that I got one of the products and I was like I know I have to try this but you know you don't go through cleansers that often I was using another cleanser that was making me breakout quit that and I reached for Jordan Samuel. Skin I know forever, right? Don't all the models love him. One of those backstage brands a couple maybe two years ago not even and then like a beauty editors were whispering about it and. In the know people. That it's the same with happened with Vintner's daughter I was like against against it against it. Fine. I'll try it, and of course, it was amazing because there's a reason these word of mouth products like they're usually really pricey and they start out with a very cliquey type of person who likes it and for. The Galateri and in me wants to not like it for that reason. But here I am. In Jordan Samuel and his lovely the after show treatment cleanser. Oh my gosh. I just realized it DA models after show like he does do all the models. So this cleanser is like if it's so it's just such a nice experience because it's a gel that more into like a creamy oil I feel like I'm getting a little. Erica my we say we're eating. A fund snack that requires work like for example, I'm trying to think of a good example I don't know eating shrimp like would be one but that's bad. One free let lettuce roles. All of a snack Tivi and I love a snack. The food is an action. Well, this is like a beauty tips. Like. Oh, cleansing face it just wash my face I'm like having a little spot treatment because of like the formula that changes consistencies and has a lovely smell gets off all the makeup and it's sort of like, oh, I haven't been double cleansing with this because it's sort of to me the bomb and the foam cleanser sort of in one doesn't really foam up late. And fine. All you people told me about Jordan Samuel. You're rights. It's great. So I'll put a link on the blog. My favorite thing was when you said that you were against a beauty product..

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

07:22 min | 11 months ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Borders for yourself making life a little bit more. I mean right. I'm Italian American too. So it's always the sweetness of doing nothing. So I am a big believer in that and I think we over schedule and over book ourselves so if now it's there's no better time than now to do that so I'm a big fan of just being gentle being kind to yourself and finding sort of your happy groove. I mean I think that's the Nice. That's the cool thing right with all of this is we can find these new. Say New normal because the word normal now being thrown around. And there's never going to be a normal after this morning. A new a new normal a new a new side of you. That maybe you haven't grant or because you had to get up and go to work at a certain time more you had to go out the door and do X Y and Z. Or you had to go to the gym or you had to do this. And now trying to find those different places where you can be gentle with yourself in kind to yourself. Yeah it's a big adjustment. Gabay very big. I think we'll be worthwhile. I really do. I see it for myself. At least I think it will be very worthwhile of like the things that we should take moving forward out of this And those that we can leave in the past one hundred percent and if they're another habit before I to he question super easy but honestly for me and I don't know about you or anybody else but Vena former dancer loving music and for me. My like outlet used to be even jogging on the treadmill doing the elliptical with headphones and listening to good music or even taking Zuma class but is it does not have to be a structured workout. It doesn't have to be anything on the computer but putting on music on a speaker in your headphones like I'm watching my husband right now. He has his headphones listening to good music. But listen to good music and just dance around. Move your body. Just I mean movement. In general we know is a great habit. A great thing for buying absolve skin everything but Put that music on while you're cooking dinner dance around have fun. Just have your own dance party. Honestly have your own damn dance party because it's so good. It's so good for your body. It's so good for your mind and I just think that I can't imagine people and I'm sure some people are in there blasting their music in their indoors but it seems like things are quieter at least around here in Seattle quiet. I don't hear music in the building. I don't hear music outside. All here is the news which is not great so good uplifting music dancing around and just like work at help. I've got a business idea. Iffy house policy the APP. Yes went don't party with Jordan. Samuel would be in that party and also I've done view these interviews now and what's really struck. Me Is how people are saying that the skin care routine is always a good habit but is something that they then looking at it in the same way as they were so what used to be. Maybe perhaps quite functional all I want to do that. I want to use this to get this result. It's now definitely becoming more of a pampering experience and I wondered whether you've changed that as well well for me being in the skin-care World I've always made it a superpower inexperience. Also because it's whether I'm trying a new product out from our lab or my lying or from another line or from friends line or something like that. I've always really used it as I'm also a big believer in facial massage so I do take time in my routine anyway But yeah that routine is happening like clockwork morning tonight. Because that's reminding like Goto but I'm happy. I'm happy to see the people. Yeah are are sort of also seeing the point in everything they're Using I think by having to be more pampering having it slowdown a bit having More self care they can look at each product and see its function instead of sort of like. You said I mean yes functional. But sometimes it's just use X Y and Z. Because you've been told to use X Y and or because you but now to really look at what each thing is doing what it's bringing and And if it's serving a purpose for you do it now all you because again having spoken to a few people for this already having a little bit of time having potentially more time than before at people's creative juices going and I wondered if that's can tell by your face that obviously happening to you is going to be like a whole new franchise will hundreds of additions to the range. So there is a yeah. I have a lot of ideas There are some that are being worked on and finished and completed. Some dads needs some more Well and the other thing too is it's also been the reverse for me. There's been things that now for me have been under the microscope. Maybe a product that was going to bring out a few months and I realized no. It's not as good as I thought it was. But I've always been a big fan of I get my most creative ideas on a airplane. My phone acknowledge. I'm focused like I'm just sitting there. There's nothing to do. I mean either sleeping or probably reading or but I can get in the zone. Where like I'm not going to go up and walk around the block. I'M NOT GONNA go into sort of take my attention away And sort of felt now. Because if I don't want to have the bad news on just turn off the TV and so there really isn't anything to take attention away. So I can focus on the creative side and yet no it's been and also what I want to see in the line going forward like I really want to also get. I think sometimes it's easy to get caught up in but just you know start creating product in I. I see this four something but I really WanNa get back to the meaning of the brand which has always been there in the first place but just take everything. Put it under a microscope. If it's serving a purpose for the brand or for somebody out there then great if not than just as a and I think that's going to be a big component of the brain going forward. I love these habits. So we've got meditation and you've given a really brilliant. We saw there and listeners. I will put the link to open Deepak. You like Oprah you your friends who Carolina. Everything makes sense gentle with yourself training your mind muscle moving physically these old really good things. It's just helpful to remember to incorporate into a day and they don't take a huge amount of time super simple super easy right. That whole thing that I gave could be ten minutes. Not even. Yeah exactly well. That's so kind of you. I really appreciate you coming on the show. Always see links to your skin care what you can get everything of social media will be in the show notes and when we can see each other in the flesh you and I are. GonNa sit down and we're GONNA do a proper Lanc no-holds-barred podcast all about your career. Your line everything account. Wait we were going to do it hopefully on your last trip there just wasn't time but I can't wait. I'M GONNA get you boy. Okay thank you so much for joining me. I'll see you very soon. Thank you.

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Feel Good Habits with Jordan Samuel

The Emma Guns Show

03:03 min | 11 months ago

Feel Good Habits with Jordan Samuel

"If they're another habit before I to he question super easy but honestly for me and I don't know about you or anybody else but Vena former dancer loving music and for me. My like outlet used to be even jogging on the treadmill doing the elliptical with headphones and listening to good music or even taking Zuma class but is it does not have to be a structured workout. It doesn't have to be anything on the computer but putting on music on a speaker in your headphones like I'm watching my husband right now. He has his headphones listening to good music. But listen to good music and just dance around. Move your body. Just I mean movement. In general we know is a great habit. A great thing for buying absolve skin everything but Put that music on while you're cooking dinner dance around have fun. Just have your own dance party. Honestly have your own damn dance party because it's so good. It's so good for your body. It's so good for your mind and I just think that I can't imagine people and I'm sure some people are in there blasting their music in their indoors but it seems like things are quieter at least around here in Seattle quiet. I don't hear music in the building. I don't hear music outside. All here is the news which is not great so good uplifting music dancing around and just like work at help. I've got a business idea. Iffy house policy the APP. Yes went don't party with Jordan. Samuel would be in that party and also I've done view these interviews now and what's really struck. Me Is how people are saying that the skin care routine is always a good habit but is something that they then looking at it in the same way as they were so what used to be. Maybe perhaps quite functional all I want to do that. I want to use this to get this result. It's now definitely becoming more of a pampering experience and I wondered whether you've changed that as well well for me being in the skin-care World I've always made it a superpower inexperience. Also because it's whether I'm trying a new product out from our lab or my lying or from another line or from friends line or something like that. I've always really used it as I'm also a big believer in facial massage so I do take time in my routine anyway But yeah that routine is happening like clockwork morning tonight. Because that's reminding like Goto but I'm happy. I'm happy to see the people. Yeah are are sort of also seeing the point in everything they're Using I think by having to be more pampering having it slowdown a bit having More self care they can look at each product and see its function instead of sort of like. You said I mean yes functional. But sometimes it's just use X Y and Z. Because you've been told to use X Y and or because you but now to really look at what each thing is doing what it's bringing and And if it's serving a purpose for you do

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

14:32 min | 11 months ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Jordan. Now we've done together but this is your first appearance on the show. I am so excited and so honored seriously hundred. Honored thank you. I've been such a fan. I've Yup such thank you so much. There's very nice of you to say now. We met only a few weeks ago and I would like to think it was. I like to think it was cute. It was love affair size far as I'm concerned and partly because you are such good energy we had a good fund giggle fast time. He met which was very very lovely at your launch in London. We had a lovely dinner. Didn't we always amazing if we could go back? That'd be lovely and it was a nice lemon meringue pudding. If memory serves yes well so just seeing that you would be a really good person to speak to feel good habits because you seem like good energy or very disciplined and yeah. I just really wanted to find out from you. What your feel good habits are like what do you do? Whether it's you can't make up in the morning or you just think oh I just want to roll over and stay in bed all day or when you just feel like life really isn't going your way. What your strategies are that help you keep moving forward because you all the founder and CEO of Jordan Samuel. Skin you have pushed to business. Forward is a very competitive place. So what are your star student? I love this topic. Because it's you know it's really really critical now but in general. I just think it's it's great to always have in your back pocket and something that not to get too far into this but I was formerly Professional Ballet Dancer Which was my entire identity for the whole life and when I retired from that there was a bat an eye transition to skin but I felt like I still have one foot in each professional. Most I hadn't fully grieved my professional ballet career but I wasn't fully established in my aesthetic skincare career and I went through like a really bad outings. -iety stress and anxiety for the first time in my life so and was put on like a low dose of medication which I hate it and immediately got off because it was helping but I was not myself and I knew that was wrong but anyway through all of that I found meditation looming to me. That is just like my number. One feel-good tip and meditation that works for you so this is not me doing an hour every day carving out time stressing about the amount of time. I have to do it Funny enough since we've now been working from home being inside not being able to go out. I will do meditation for three minutes. If I've three minutes I will just sit and close my eyes and do breath work do a little mantra or five minutes or whatever that time period is I really haven't actually done it for more than probably five in the past few weeks but just that consistency of quieting your mind as much as possible for me it helps. I don't see how structure the day it helps put me gets me in a different mindset for the day so then if the news happens to be on the way I'm reacting to. The news tends to be a little bit better if I had that little. Bit of something going on If Ya I mean it all comes back to the news. Whether you're reading the news online on Social Media Sina posts on social media that maybe sets you off or actual news on the television But simple and you know the thing too is i. I really recommend that people look into it because people think they need to sit and be quiet and not have thought come into their mind and if they don't have that they're failing at meditation which could not be further from the truth. The whole process is to sit there with those thoughts. Let those thoughts come in acknowledged them and then let them go doing that. Until you sort of are in that silence base and that might be like for me. Now meditated for years and some days are better than others and some days there it is clear mind and other days that mine is not clear whatsoever. But that's not the point. The point is is consistency In that so for me meditation is like my number one. You can do it from anywhere you can do it laying down you can do it sitting. Ideally get a quiet space turnover. But I'll do it laying in bed and just close my eyes and do some breath work and there's great ads. Some are free a lot of free right now. Actually Guided Meditations Oprah and Deepak Chopra. That's actually how I got into meditation. Funny enough was Oprah and Deepak. Chopra did their first like twenty one day. Meditation Challenge Years Ago. Maybe like eight years ago at this point I did it and it was great because it explained everything and it it gave you the guided meditations. It just put sort of tools in your hands and I and I love that. Do you remember the first time you meditated and did you feel ridiculous or Sub Question? How long before you realize it was actually having an effect? I felt ridiculous because I was doing the whole thing. Like you know I'd cross my legs. I was home which you can do. You don't have to do. But like there is that nice sort of peacefulness to it. But yes no. I felt like a farce away. It was not something that I'd ever like tuned into. Were was into didn't really know what I was doing but I did it. It was sort of. I got to the point where I'm like. I don't WanNa do this. So let's try this and But then I'm trying to think I was one of those things where it probably started helping from day one but it wasn't until probably six months later where I realized. Oh my mood actually been fine lying. It wasn't you know so there wasn't a time period where I noticed it immediately work probably months afterward. I realized oh I have been stressed. I haven't been anxious and realized that that period had gone on for a long time. Tracing it back so yeah. It's just a little bit to me. I liken it to taking medicine or taking well no. That's not fair because I actually will take medicine doesn't make you feel better but I think that has a negative connotation but to me is more of A. It's a workout for the brain. So you got a good sense of wellbeing afterwards too and without wanting to revisit difficult place but do you have just a way that. I feel like if you had to describe it to someone who anxiety manifested it was just complete impending doom out of control not out of control. It wasn't ever dangerous it wasn't ever but it was. It was just yet impending doom. It was like everything was bad. Like the walls caving in it that the best way to describe it just anything whether it was health or business or personal life it just felt like I would always go to the negative. I was in a bad loop in my head really an explanation of it yesterday. I read it somewhere which is is being trapped in the present by the fear of the future. Yeah exactly exactly. That's exactly what I had a little bit of grieving the past which I think through in a whole different type of like bad mix to a absolutely. That's a great. Yeah that's perfect. And so if someone's listening to this thinking okay. I keep hearing people talk about meditation. I get I'm going to give it a go is there. Is there a resource that you would recommend that you whether you try to yourself with you know that your friends have had success with when you suggested it to them? Honestly it's the I would start with Oprah and Deepak show premeditation challenge. It's there is a website for it because they just waiting yes and they just launched a new one maybe a few days ago maybe a week ago in reference to everything. That's going on now so I think that's helpful but what I like about. It is Deepak Chopra specifically walks you through as a beginner things. You might feel ways. You might be wall meditating how to sort of let that come in and come out. There's great APPs once. You sort of. Get the gist of it. Perfect starting place. Because there's there's explanation behind that you're not just jumping in with music and a mantra or something which would be absolutely fine but I like a little bit more explanation so people know what to expect and do you feel that I know. I know the show is over secret. Feel good habits with this particular franchises cooled feel-good habits but I feel like with meditation. It's cool to practice for a reason and also being consistent doing regularly you it becomes a part of it but it's not like A. It's not a quick fix but if you're prepared to put the work in as you say the way that you deal with work what you do with other things you'll reactions are consistent across the board going to be better and serve you better so you're not going to be making new jet reactions will freaking out as much as that kind of you experienced. Yes absolutely And New Bald is a practice. Like I said what I am. This is going to go into something else. That is not really a habit. But then I'll talk about in a bit but but as being gentle with yourself like I'm very big on being gentle with yourself as a habit because I think we are so programmed to be like. We have to get up at this time. We have to do this. We have to do this workout We have to go to bed. We have to do our twelve steps. Can you know we put ourselves all these sort of crazy boxes and just being a little bit more gentle with yourself and so for me with meditation while it is a practice? I do the three to five minutes. I don't do the twenty minutes anymore if it doesn't work for me So that part A. B. Yes for me. It's I don't it's not this incredible sense of euphoria but it's how I take things in how I process things And how I always say like how I have the loop in my mind going. It's now in a positive loop like there's never this sort of which I think. Sometimes people get into I call it a loop like a negative of sort of these thoughts that just go keep going negative thought after negative thoughts so that to me is how I do it and then how I process the results from it I find it really interesting as well because as you said earlier you were a professional dancer. And that is one of those professions that we all know is. Incredibly intense physically requires a huge amount of dedication and requires a an incredible amount of pushing like we. When I think about professional dancers I think about weedy pushing your body to the Max and I find it interesting that you talked about grieving not doing that anymore. But then almost like training your mind muscle where you'd been like physically training for so long. It's exactly so that's something that I'm not GonNa talk about physical. Well I guess I am but not in the sense of like an actual workout physical movement to me is just as important exactly meditations the mind workout. It's line part of the workout for your body. Absolutely so being gentle yourself. He said was another one being assigned yourself because I really still think even now that we're working from home and we have the ability. I think to for once be gentle with ourselves if we want to sleep in those extra thirty minutes and I know that like we should still have. I believe regularity in our schedule. Certainly so don't go start going to bed at three. Am If you're waking up but you know to win all over the place but just being gentle with yourself so now if there is you know maybe you have a really bad lunch or really bad dinner. So what let it be. Move on with it. Change it for the next time. I just think white now. I like being gentle with myself in general. I'm somebody who if the alarm goes off. I don't jump out of bed not because I'm not happy. Not because not driven. It's just the way I have to process and start my down right foot so we'll go off and then maybe I'll take ten minutes just petting my cat or you know. Having time to just chill than I got up slowly than I have my breakfast I just need those mornings to be like gentle for me and obviously gentleness and gentle with yourself and being calm with yourself is going to be different for each person But like I said you miss a workout that you wanted to do then you miss a workout and you just start back the next day you have you know you're craving chips or your cravings XYZ enjoy those And just really be kind to yourself because I think in general. That's good but right now. It's at the top. I think the last thing. We need is strict rules and guidelines for our own personal health and well-being wall inside an end working from home. It's a really good point as well because One bad day bad meal. One doesn't mean it has to follow. That's going it's just one anyth- always and that's what I. That's how I talked to about skincare. Not Pick the skincare ended. I love it when people like. They beat themselves up for not taking their makeup awful night. That's fine just to get back to it. You know do you morning than like. It's the bigger picture right. It's all about the bigger picture so we have to be gentle with ourselves when we have to be kind with ourselves and right now is the time where things are going to be. Different than things are going to be unique. So yeah if I think I did have like a handful of cashews and like a bag of chips for lunch the other day and that is not my usual lunch we then just moved on with the day and I was fine with it and Or if like yesterday maybe I slept in thirty more minutes or maybe I liked it some emails in bad or yeah exactly. I just feel. Oh and on Monday. I've been regulated with my at home workouts. But on Monday it would have been too much stress too much stress on myself if I actually went into that workout and then was frazzled. To do the next thing so you know what? I didn't do the workout but then it was fine because then I did the work out yesterday. I don't do the same thing so I just think. Sort of easing those.

Deepak Chopra Oprah founder and CEO London Jordan. Jordan Samuel
Feel Good Habits | Jordan Samuel

The Emma Guns Show

08:32 min | 11 months ago

Feel Good Habits | Jordan Samuel

"Jordan. Now we've done together but this is your first appearance on the show. I am so excited and so honored seriously hundred. Honored thank you. I've been such a fan. I've Yup such thank you so much. There's very nice of you to say now. We met only a few weeks ago and I would like to think it was. I like to think it was cute. It was love affair size far as I'm concerned and partly because you are such good energy we had a good fund giggle fast time. He met which was very very lovely at your launch in London. We had a lovely dinner. Didn't we always amazing if we could go back? That'd be lovely and it was a nice lemon meringue pudding. If memory serves yes well so just seeing that you would be a really good person to speak to feel good habits because you seem like good energy or very disciplined and yeah. I just really wanted to find out from you. What your feel good habits are like what do you do? Whether it's you can't make up in the morning or you just think oh I just want to roll over and stay in bed all day or when you just feel like life really isn't going your way. What your strategies are that help you keep moving forward because you all the founder and CEO of Jordan Samuel. Skin you have pushed to business. Forward is a very competitive place. So what are your star student? I love this topic. Because it's you know it's really really critical now but in general. I just think it's it's great to always have in your back pocket and something that not to get too far into this but I was formerly Professional Ballet Dancer Which was my entire identity for the whole life and when I retired from that there was a bat an eye transition to skin but I felt like I still have one foot in each professional. Most I hadn't fully grieved my professional ballet career but I wasn't fully established in my aesthetic skincare career and I went through like a really bad outings. -iety stress and anxiety for the first time in my life so and was put on like a low dose of medication which I hate it and immediately got off because it was helping but I was not myself and I knew that was wrong but anyway through all of that I found meditation looming to me. That is just like my number. One feel-good tip and meditation that works for you so this is not me doing an hour every day carving out time stressing about the amount of time. I have to do it Funny enough since we've now been working from home being inside not being able to go out. I will do meditation for three minutes. If I've three minutes I will just sit and close my eyes and do breath work do a little mantra or five minutes or whatever that time period is I really haven't actually done it for more than probably five in the past few weeks but just that consistency of quieting your mind as much as possible for me it helps. I don't see how structure the day it helps put me gets me in a different mindset for the day so then if the news happens to be on the way I'm reacting to. The news tends to be a little bit better if I had that little. Bit of something going on If Ya I mean it all comes back to the news. Whether you're reading the news online on Social Media Sina posts on social media that maybe sets you off or actual news on the television But simple and you know the thing too is i. I really recommend that people look into it because people think they need to sit and be quiet and not have thought come into their mind and if they don't have that they're failing at meditation which could not be further from the truth. The whole process is to sit there with those thoughts. Let those thoughts come in acknowledged them and then let them go doing that. Until you sort of are in that silence base and that might be like for me. Now meditated for years and some days are better than others and some days there it is clear mind and other days that mine is not clear whatsoever. But that's not the point. The point is is consistency In that so for me meditation is like my number one. You can do it from anywhere you can do it laying down you can do it sitting. Ideally get a quiet space turnover. But I'll do it laying in bed and just close my eyes and do some breath work and there's great ads. Some are free a lot of free right now. Actually Guided Meditations Oprah and Deepak Chopra. That's actually how I got into meditation. Funny enough was Oprah and Deepak. Chopra did their first like twenty one day. Meditation Challenge Years Ago. Maybe like eight years ago at this point I did it and it was great because it explained everything and it it gave you the guided meditations. It just put sort of tools in your hands and I and I love that. Do you remember the first time you meditated and did you feel ridiculous or Sub Question? How long before you realize it was actually having an effect? I felt ridiculous because I was doing the whole thing. Like you know I'd cross my legs. I was home which you can do. You don't have to do. But like there is that nice sort of peacefulness to it. But yes no. I felt like a farce away. It was not something that I'd ever like tuned into. Were was into didn't really know what I was doing but I did it. It was sort of. I got to the point where I'm like. I don't WanNa do this. So let's try this and But then I'm trying to think I was one of those things where it probably started helping from day one but it wasn't until probably six months later where I realized. Oh my mood actually been fine lying. It wasn't you know so there wasn't a time period where I noticed it immediately work probably months afterward. I realized oh I have been stressed. I haven't been anxious and realized that that period had gone on for a long time. Tracing it back so yeah. It's just a little bit to me. I liken it to taking medicine or taking well no. That's not fair because I actually will take medicine doesn't make you feel better but I think that has a negative connotation but to me is more of A. It's a workout for the brain. So you got a good sense of wellbeing afterwards too and without wanting to revisit difficult place but do you have just a way that. I feel like if you had to describe it to someone who anxiety manifested it was just complete impending doom out of control not out of control. It wasn't ever dangerous it wasn't ever but it was. It was just yet impending doom. It was like everything was bad. Like the walls caving in it that the best way to describe it just anything whether it was health or business or personal life it just felt like I would always go to the negative. I was in a bad loop in my head really an explanation of it yesterday. I read it somewhere which is is being trapped in the present by the fear of the future. Yeah exactly exactly. That's exactly what I had a little bit of grieving the past which I think through in a whole different type of like bad mix to a absolutely. That's a great. Yeah that's perfect. And so if someone's listening to this thinking okay. I keep hearing people talk about meditation. I get I'm going to give it a go is there. Is there a resource that you would recommend that you whether you try to yourself with you know that your friends have had success with when you suggested it to them? Honestly it's the I would start with Oprah and Deepak show premeditation challenge. It's there is a website for it because they just waiting yes and they just launched a new one maybe a few days ago maybe a week ago in reference to everything. That's going on now so I think that's helpful but what I like about. It is Deepak Chopra specifically walks you through as a beginner things. You might feel ways. You might be wall meditating how to sort of let that come in and come out. There's great APPs once. You sort of. Get the gist of it. Perfect starting place. Because there's there's explanation behind that you're not just jumping in with music and a mantra or something which would be absolutely fine but I like a little bit more explanation so people know what to expect

Deepak Chopra Oprah London Jordan. Founder And Ceo Jordan Samuel
"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

14:14 min | 1 year ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Maybe discussion with multiple guests. You have done things differently. And their experiences. Sorry this is a bit of a ramble not Rambuteau Catherine. I like this obviously. My perspective is one area of this. That probably isn't going to be very helpful in answering your question but as and when things change and it is possible to get multiple guests on the podcast. I will be looking to you. Speak to working moms about this. Obviously my decision has been not to have children. I've never been broody so it's not something that's and I've never thought always time running out apart from what I thought apart from when I thought well actually in the next few years I'm GonNa Menopause and that's GONNA lead to hormonal changes and hormonal and brooding us is in many regards hormones and I just thought God. I really hope that I don't as my menopause. I don't get that surge in humans it makes me feel broody and then have the whole thing of. Why didn't I do it because at right now here today? Not In the menopause. I feel very good about my decision but I just I worry about my who mind playing tricks on me so I almost him saying that to put it on tape so I know exactly how I feel about it but anyway Catherine in answer to your question I will try to create that as a panel discussion. Because I think that's a really interesting discussion and I do think I do. Think if you all in your throat is in your thinking about. Did you say unity's decision that you did? I think it was a previous previous question was anyway. If you all in that Mine Hoedspruit thinking my time is running out. Should I do it now? But if I do it now I could potentially sabotage or maybe minimize my potential in business. I do think that's a conversation that would be really good to have with a panel of guests so yes I will work Eudora Laura Asks I emma. I'd love to know more about the rewards podcasting financial otherwise you clearly invest a lot of time and energy into producing the podcast which is much appreciated. Thank you Laura. I wonder what your motivation is. And whether there are any financial gains to be had for focuses costs in general. I'd also be interested to know where the guests a paid again. This could be discussed on a general basis. Thanks thanks Laura. What are you question? The rewards of focusing in the main genuine lay all in is my interaction with the my my sex listeners. Because without you there is my focuses. Otherwise I'm just a very hot women talking to thin air. Not Being listened to for me. Also what is really important is getting great people on the PODCAST. I mean there's obviously different layers of shows but okay in the main. So let's look at the experts. I really try to cover subjects that you are interested in or curious about or feel. Perhaps you'd like to understand with more clarity and then I worked really hard to try and find the right guest for that conversation. The right guests. Meaning I'm very exact about who I have on this show. I'm sure there are some people who have said no to. He probably feel a little bit hard. Not hard done by which is fielded. Well that doesn't seem fair but it's just if I think that there's any Hokum if I think that people are pitching snake oil if I think people have stick and they're using that stick to monetize and they've all they're just someone who loaded followers. No that's not going to happen. You can have fifty followers but be an expert in your field and you're going to get on the show and so that for me has always been really important because that was something. I never really felt like I with any journalistic pieces. I wrote mother. I wrote loads there. Wasn't that great long features. But you know when you sweet spot you know when you hit a bullseye with content and I was always in the outer ring if the Dow Board or the artery border everywhere to say when I was trying to write it because there was a bit more of an agenda and thinks edited whereas with long phone conversations. You get to really open up a subject and then people are you get to take away from it. What you want to take away from a life and I feel like that's become that is a really valuable resource. I was using podcasts as my own therapy while And that's really what I wanted to do is just kind of create shows armed you with as much information as possible with with people who you genuinely one hundred percent respect. So there's there's that sort of thing so when I say experts I mean when we're talking about things like peri menopause and having Dr Suhair rocket on having doctoral McQueen Dr mcquaid on or I'm talking about skincare and like Dr Dennis Gross on or I'm able to get a daughter Emma Wedgwood on people who actually one hundred percents. No their staff are qualified. That's really really important to me. So then we move onto things like this lightly more fun episodes where it's like me. Caroline Trini and the Dean and it's just women's shooting the Breeze Wall Street ordering breakfast. Honestly you should see my face but also just having a really good time with each other. Because that kind of bonding conversation I think is I mean. It was lovely to be apart of but the overwhelming feedback. I've had it was lovely to be a part of even as listener so in that case. I just tried to get people on who I just think of really awesome good solid people and I'm very lucky to call people. My friends and my background is the beauty industry and so I have met so many wonderful incredible people in the beauty industry and whenever I think about the industry I think about Michelle Doherty. You came on. The Po cost really early days. She is the founder CEO owner of Alfa Skincare and she came on really early doors and she is a formidable businesswoman. And I've always been a little bit intimidated in her company but it was really wanted to me poke cost and she opened up and after that. I just felt like I know I could ring Michelle up anytime and Gee I hope she would feel the same. I just think she's an incredible woman and I got to know so much more about her than just the fact that she produces these incredible skincare products that can do wonders for people with troubled skin and other times but I I learned so much more about her in that conversation and that was a real starting point for repeating away the layers of these wonderful people who I've known for many many years and just kind of taking a conversation taking a slight u-turn or taking left turn away from the brand or the expertise or experience and really understand the business light so that that for me has been really rewarding. It might sound a bit lame but that for me like really getting to know people in the beauty industry and unpicking. Some of these brands doors has been really fascinating. You often only hear those stories. When it's fantastically rich wealthy people who wanna Forbes list or the best friends with the celebrity or they are so they're not and I think we sometimes forget that. Yeah it's not. It's not just about so if you know big names. Everyone in the industry has a story. And as you will tell if you know the back catalogue over three hundred episodes. Everyone has a story. James Read Michelle Doherty was about say Jordan Samuel. But we couldn't recall but I hope that next he's in London we'll be able to record an NBA caroline hirings who's Experience in the industry is so vast and now she does what she does and Hostelries incredible and she likes under on if he had. If you didn't know so those are those are some of the rewards said of being able to to really produce these conversations that hyper valuable entertaining and comforting and it could get company but also I try genuinely. Try so hard to listen to what you want. I know at the beginning of the year. I want to surprise and delight you. I'm me by tackling subjects that I wouldn't normally go for and the response to that has been so positive and so supportive so thank you so much but I'm not going to go after something and I think it's going to resonate so as much as I listen to you and I listen to all of you weed oil emails and I read all of your DM's and I tried very very hard to make sure that I get what you want. I also do try to say. Well how can we just kind of find the overgrown wriggle around this and and grow which is why I had dome on the professional dominant and you loved him and he will be coming back? Don't you worry about that the rewards of posting financial. So mean for me would obviously being up to create the content financial. Yes if you listened to the podcast you know. There are advocates an idea at reeds. And that's how I generate revenue but the other thing that the focused on for me is that it has a lot of people in the media. No I can conduct interviews and so I've been I get jobs during panel hosting panel discussions. I've also been able to showcase my knowledge a bit so it's been able to. I've been approached by brands to work with them. Whether that's on consultancy or new put development or maybe on some sponsored posts which I hate Miami doing. I will just say this because it's been really bothering me for a while when I did the Christmas. Putting the daily post in December some of the episodes are quite short. And somebody in the states. Message me saying your episode. Today was more ads than it was content. And I'm really really sorry about that. I don't always have visibility on what happens in different territories and it would never ever be my intention to short change you or have you feel like that. I listen to Joe Rogan. Last time I checked is obviously after after I got email I then went under sincere about forty different and timed. How long narrow adverts were and some of the advert breaks particularly pre roll can be up to ten minutes and I always just fast forward through them and I didn't think anything of it so I just sort of you know that you've got that function on your thing that can false for thirty seconds I but I do of. I don't want it to be something that you feel is dominating equally. I don't open up my mid roll on the podcast which is one of the most lucrative places to place advertising. Because I don't want to be having a conversation with dom about being a professional dominant and then mid-sentence you hear room and then there's a thirty second advert or woman advert for Insert Wellness advertiser. Hey I just don't feel that is appropriate so I don't ever open those just so you know. So that would be a revenue stream. The I don't even don't even don't even entertain because I just I think could potentially minimize what I'm looking for. It just might make the content seem less discipline and it just. Why would you want to be interrupted when you'd have to be so that we go But again I'm really good friends. With the right-handed po Costa's hunter and Cerruti go back through. Coin focused eighty really well so we sometimes chat to each other about how to maximize these things. I am looking at Patriot on Lynn. Looking looking at starting patron for awhile which would be there. Were different layers of supporting a podcast or content creator. So it's like you can pay two dollars a month five dollars a month. Eight dollars a month ten dollars a month. Whatever and you get depending on what you pay you get additional content but this feels like the wrong time to do it during the corona virus. But that's not to say that I'm not using this extra time to explore it but it would be nothing on this feed would change. It would be that you'd get additional content if you were to subscribe but I mean actually I'd be really interested. Know what you think about that. You like crying out now or would you be up for. I've had I have had messed in the past. People saying we would like to support you so if you start a patriot and we would subscribe. We would become members. I'd say I didn't know how it works at the time. The anyway I leave that in the air and you if you wouldn't mind letting me know if you feel strongly either way about it. I'd be really grateful all right. Let's ski onto Holly. Oh this is the thirty something question that's got mixed up. Hi Emma I guess I have a bit of a thirty something in single question slash topic suggestion precious to find someone. Clock is ticking. Do you need to be someone? Can you be happy alone? Is it enough? Why people judge and should they judge? Should you compromise if do get into a relationship and how much? I'm sure I could go on and on I would say I'm still relatively new to the podcast so may have missed previous discussions on this. I will call some areas being covered by estee. That's Estella lawn when she came on the show. I think this would be interesting for the demographic of listeners. I am assuming thanks Halloween. That's a really interesting question and I do think it's worth opening up to discussion. I know a lot of people as they included. Who we see he can tell them stumbling. I find it difficult to articulate a little bit because I think every time I've spoken to any friend he was married or in a relationship for years in fact a few more recently here a little bit older but I remember my thirties. If I'd say yeah I mean I would like boyfriend but I'm honestly not fast. They I could tell they were looking at me thinking and they would say you're saying that because you don't have it so now. I'm forty two. I think tone has changed and I'm like I really if it comes my way yes but I feel like those years of thinking. I should be on red alert for and I should. I should be looking for signs. I think that's probably just gone a little bit and also I work for myself. I single income household. I Ref- over my head. I'm not saying that new relationship. We're looking for somebody to do that. But if you're looking for a relationship we're looking for somebody to do that but always say it means that the things that I'm looking for maybe slightly less than I would have been looking for if I'd been in my twenties I guess..

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

13:43 min | 1 year ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"You know yes I I think in the movie does a really good job of not playing in a reality but being self aware that it is goes along with magical realism and in a way is kind of like like the office in that way. Where it's so heightened but you know it's not real but I loved the the presentation saying where she's on the Confetti. That was pretty great. Selga good in the way that that's like the story really respects itself like those involved in making it like it was clearly just like loved so much you know what I mean like. They didn't make her look like and idiot. They didn't make basically it was like especially cool. 'cause like imagine realism movie. What happens is extremely realistic like run? That's a lot of ways like it's not the overly theatrical. You know what I mean. Does that kind of makes area and I just love that like you just respects. The characters is like people. Yeah Yeah and I I was a little worried at first how they were going to pull off the third act but I think they did it really well so there's a way that it could have gone so wrong stores are they're gonNA use this bad. Cg or something and but it was. I thought it was good and her and her performance was great. Oh my God so like I'm Co you see. I'm I'm done but it's so sweet like the I won't give anything away but like the five hundred days of summer esque and yeah. I just loved that. Yeah you beat any mcphee Michael Michael. I'm sorry I called you. Michael Samuel Jackson. I don't know where I was GONNA say. Michael Jordan Samuel Jackson. Yeah let's get some Michael Jordan in this movie. Why Not Yeah? I don't know where we put them. Storm checked out cre- to miss that in the metoo slipped under our radar there. Yeah I yeah I what did you think of the office? President Guy Manager Guy. I thought that was so good. 'cause it's true like I'm sure you can relate to it in some way but I feel like it was a really good way of addressing like especially. Oh my God okay. I'm sorry I'm going to try. I I got this. I got this. I have a lot of ideas forming right now. Okay so like especially as like quote unquote failed artist. Whatever like I think She probably like it's really easy to have like dat like self Dow and what you like care about and put out in. The world is like very subjective thing and like anyway like especially as girls. I think it's fair to say Well it's it's like we're conditioned to be like. Oh no maybe like nothing. They're right like they're right. I think it's like that. You know like the impostor syndrome. Like all the stuff and culminates to make life sentence that like people are taught to like you know 'cause 'cause even like I don't mean to I have to correct myself like when I'm watching T. Moisture a better for the doubt kind of person and I think she is to. You know what I mean. And it's just like oh they didn't like it's not like it's not like USA that it's not that bad like that's the worst thing you can say like no. You don't deserve anything bad bre- you know what I mean like so I really liked it. They put that in there without it. Being like the focus of the movie. You know what I mean. It's like the same thing as when Like net flicks is so crowded house like overweight stars movies except all those moves for overweight people. Like that's not the That don't do it. You know what I mean. Yeah but like I really liked it and her relationship with other people that because like we all need a little help also the whole thing like I can I know I'm such a bubbly extroverted personality right and everybody not really like and I'm sure someone in this way like D- were not we don't love social it's challenging to like make friends ask and I think the beauty part of what this mood is like just has so much eneg so much heart so much like life's army it gives you a little hard. Somebody sweet lessons like real friendships. You don't even exactly realize they're happening. Brian and she has this movie and she just has to rely. Basically this movie I think of the other day. Honestly there's a lot about realizing your worth and respecting it off to like. Be Your be the best version of yourself like you owe it to yourself to be the best version of yourself right. Yeah and although I mean there's not really a ton of commentary about it. I did like the whole like her thinking. That how the Office Guy Tree which I mean of forces. I mean kind of tie. Talented people feel yeah. I love it when she's driving in the car and he's like yeah they do normal things like yeah holds the door open and ahead of my hair. It's like Oh no. He does for everybody so that was good and again just like little weird bits of humor like that are great. And but no I. I think the ending was the third mood. Okay Risk Cutters. A love story as my third mood Cy. I haven't seen that lot. When when did this come out like ten years ago? Oh No I haven't seen that Those are my three moods though. Miss Stevens Unicorn Store in risk love story. What's Miss Stevens? I mean I know I know the movie. But what's the mood what's just? I can't explain it. Okay well listeners. You can check that out on your own. Yeah get back to us but yeah I I. It was. Yeah it was right when it started. I was like this is good like jazz which really was surprising but And I feel like I can watch it like a thousand pop it in anytime and yeah I I like the the two parents and haven't seen Joan cusack and wow John cusack. She was pulled to that man. Yeah I like the little camp good. Yeah well as well But yeah it was just shot like snow. Directed only would never expect that. It was her her. I wonder I some fish. We yeah she's she's been in this like world since she was like sixteen. But still you still gotta take those steps. I'm not diminishing. I'm just explaining. Perhaps the origin of the comforter ability but run. Yeah so good and it was like you know I always say like I said yesterday about Dumbo. And that was way bigger scale like they had a lot. More Time and money probably. I don't know maybe less time because it was a bigger scale but anyway like there was so much attention to like it was a wholly formed world and like I know it's my aesthetic like the glitter and like the like pretty cursive. Metallic is my static. Anyway sure but I'd be like even if it was neurotic you can appreciate like. The store was so cool. The little like the bus went by that said Lake. Keep going kit like all this stuff. I itself like. That's the stuff I need like the little. It was all embroidered so beautifully you now. You know she's missing from Sony movies like I said I agree. I think it really comes down to this movie. Movie Heart Goes. Yeah yeah and I liked her friend. The the the guy and the girl the coworker of hers. Yeah but then the the Guy Herschel Virgil the great hardware store guy. He was great. Yeah this Stroz so love love love love. Yeah and Yeah he was patty cakes news. Really scary as I kinda know that dude and I realized because the voice and I said well no free voice for you buddy. Casey played like a goth like creepy. Kinda not synonymous but he happened to be both Goth in creepy and nice like cold. But I didn't like patty cakes just to be clear but he was good but I loved it. I loved this movie so much. I can't say enough and I like that. She didn't have. She wasn't like perfect like she wasn't like totally. Yeah she doesn't like Snow White but she still deserves good things and to like be cared about and care about herself. You know and I liked that. There wasn't a direct like antagonists. It was just like yeah. Life is challenging. And it's on you. It's easy to feel misunderstood but not even notice that you're feeling that way like You just kind of assume that it's supposed to be as you feel like different Donald. I loved the opening scene. Like that was so good where she's painting. That was really good. Well and the way she looks like that's when I knew how the tone was going to be lots of kind of quirky but not in annoying way ernest. It's not like there's no like quirky moment. It's not. It's not like a new girl vibe like that like it's yeah yeah is is. It was a fun time itself. Good Very Pleasantly surprised and yeah so if you haven't it's on Netflix. Now check it out. Check it out. Yeah cool well. Anything else about Unicorn store I like. I like it when she was running off. And she's like I'm going to buy graph paper or some good little one. Oh good they're so Hashtag relatable that cognitive dissonance though so good and I love the spoiler. I guess I'll just say I love that. She had to be herself circumstantially. Things would not allow her to not be herself and I just love bet. It's like my I was in like middle school like they whatever they would like when I went to get my haircut like blow it out or whatever like dredging my hair just like curl up like and I respect that about myself. Sure sure all right well out of five stars. It's a four and a half for me thinks oh come on. Sunday I want five okay but it is. I'll say it is one of my favorites of the year so far so maybe number two number one probably climax clink climax probably climax. Oh that crazy dance. What the heck is it something? Oh No Henry. Terrell mother a little bit yeah. Little Bit O. J. You wouldn't like it. No I've been trying to get a Jacob in this guy from the Chelsea to talk about it because they they both liked it but you know why you try and get three people who all like it come talk about it or I don't know if the other guy I liked by. No Jacob liked it but I know you're not going to see it so I mean we at a loss. You gotta just keep it them. We probably will end up. 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But it's edible right now and it's just covering the cake and it's like falling off the plate and everything going and then but this is a trick. You're that person but you're also somehow the person at the table. Who's receiving the birthday cake? And all your friends level under rand you but you're not actually but also but now but now your mom is the one. Commu the cake. What an image Gosh I'm from India kitchen. Okay wow well listeners. That's a little brain.

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"What ordered you? Apply Skin Care Products Enza. Okay It if you're using it don't cast any everyday anymore but you you know at least once a day every other day type thing Than a missed. I like Amiss because I'm older number dehydrated so where you would. Traditions essence may be an an eastern routine not new New York eastern as in forest. And then it's ice cream Sarah and then if you WANNA do moisturizer oil it always depends on where you are with makeup so I do oil underneath moisturizer because then my foundations. It's better if I'm going to bed I'll just put oil. Depends I prefer leaving moisturizer on top personally and we always say okay. We've told our readers or listeners raiders. Oil on top because if they're not a humectant kind of oil it depends on the oil. Obviously but it's just like a sealant an occlusive. Yeah so we thought after all of this though bear in mind this is why when I see these things and there's no definitive can cosmo. You can't say that because you don't know which because you don't what the product is so so it could be that you'll using like a squall oil that's really actually quite light and something this cool to serum like villainous daughter is an oil yes hold a series right you know so it Own Formula is king as keeps trying to get me to stay Queen Formulas Queen Okay. I'm not stress it enough. I prefer moisturizer on top because I want my skin to constantly be attracting acting moisture I will lead US hiring acid at some point in my routine behind him in any moisturizer so oh but and also it's more comfortable for an older woman to have skin that is freshly sort of crept and then going foundation on top afterwards or anything like that. So What drives me to distraction? My only complaint that I do step in and I always get tagged is when people say you. Put Your ice cream unless that drives me about the wall okay. Now uh-huh not to be dramatic brought up either on a gas it because he's got a lot of questions about that There's a lot of talk about. Is it really the holy grail of Moisture Ization. Is it not all all. It's cracked up to be some aestheticians believe you can develop a sensitivity to it. What's your take on H. A.? I don't think you develop a sensitivity to it. I think it depends on the Ph of the formula. So when I'm I'm retinoids as I would say when I'm using. It's benign on flaking. There are certain hiring Kassy's I can't use because they stink my skin because the PH is low is this isn't the quote unquote molecular weight of the the high around a gas. Not Really No. It's it's more about the formula so molecular weight You know all now. They're like we have multiple molecular weight. That you do need you so you need a multi waited one because you want a small one to penetrate You WanNA medium one to kind of help everything else penetrate and then when the canopy the canopy is when people say oh. It's only got one. Ask still going to do a good job because it goes on the skin and acts like a kind of like a circus tent and everything else can then go underneath. Changed your tune on a certain ingredient that you said. That's not good now. I think it is I'm less offended by Monroe loyal than I used to be. Okay I mean is completely anti but again this is because formulas change and now instead of just having like a big the reason is because it is not nice to message with you you get much by the message with a natural plant based oil. So there's there's nothing deep and like if you use mineral not designed to penetrate but mineral you know I've always said that memorial can be very good in an inclusive product for people who have like redness or his Asia and it's a product that a lot of people not sensitive to so you'll always find it like then yes full of manure oil but it's great for people sense skin so i. I'm less arguments about that right. Because in certain skin types and conditions it can be great. You want that Berry. Want that Barria But I'll tell you the reason this comes up. Moore's because in the urine Europe fighting fighting European facials we message in the USA. You like machines not not this one over here now. I should loves Olympia Addict. I'm talking about AESTHETICIANS I so he he mostly they're exceptions like Narrator Joy Jordan Samuel Rene Ruler. They're all hands on and don't do a lot of machinery whereas whereas you know There are other much more high tag on the radio frequency at some of the join of August so I have plenty of time for both but I always want myself John with you. What do you I think when you're talking about how in the US it's going more towards like the high tech stuff? What do you think we're missing by not leaning into the you know delicious massages and lymphatic drainage oh the connection with your client besides that though? Is there anything I mean. I'm not saying that it's not wonderful. Feeling haunt unless you do have a good thorough muscle. You don't get a feeling of where your client skin is at Thus just for me personally so okay. Marcy one of our listeners wants to get kind of deep. She says that one of the reasons reasons people respond to you is because you're not like this twenty year old like you know Lauda influence her But you talk about anti-aging allot but we also are working in unlike a world. That is quite ages especially in beauty yet. Have you felt that at all from your listeners. Or your no not from this news. I've mainly felt it from Well brands that were just never think sending me a certain Puerto which is absolutely fine appropriate. Don't want it you know it's it's more used by the younger influencers who try and dismissed me and and as a woman who's fifty. Do you ever feel offended when people call things. ANTI-AGING I don't eat ANTI-AGING I don't use the time in the book what I use the term too I I used us. I have a paragraph saying. Look you will see this word used. But it's used because this is what the industry calls until we find a better term but I'm pro aging in my very very first the video I was a guest of Salmon. Nick Chapman I said aging is a privilege. Not everyone gets and I've never understood this. I'm not anti-aging at all but I think it's the the aging question is more. I'm more dismissed by people. Don't agree with me. Oh she's old. Actually I would say I'm experienced but you do and I'll say I've got that kind of calm home. Confidence that comes with being a mother four fifty had ever to give a shit if tests. I'm currently jumping rocking Bora Bora Says No. I'm shit. Whatever I just I don't get that much of it because in the UK a more seen as like the mother hen you know so? I've already good relationship with most of the locals in the UK. Okay and then we normally ask doc with what's in your bag but one of our listeners. Ashley she wanted to know your hall of fame products the big category. I mean she could go on your blog but give us a couple of us with like cleanser. What's Bash Emma Haughty Moraga bone cleanser was? I thought God this is amazing. my pixie double cleanse kind of an easy an easy one to say just. Because you know I didn't make that product to be like a Rolls Royce cleansing. It's a good basic and it gets people into the brain of sinking. Oh I take this off with an oil and then I go in with something a bit. creamier acids P fifty obviously There are so many cream kate. Somerville Line Repair is line. Release Sorry reline release is amazing without Mascara always like crony Krista loader they make great Moscow or is it a drastically underestimated but about this year like plain old moisturizer depends on the budget. You know anything that it was a cheap one Hi Ed one Cheap one would be a neutrogena hydro at least is a grand nice moisturizer but it won't work if you're using a primer that's made of silicone A cake some bill tissue repair which is called Peptide. Kate now they had to change name. mm-hmm is like probably one of my whole grow products we've got a low and high and now we have fun at the very end so we do this at the end of with everybody. We've got five live questions. We ask everybody so the first beauty product that you remember falling in love with when you were we little little caroline dolphin purifying bom. WHOA whoa out of the gate? You're using the good stuff and now what do you do to chill out like. What's your relaxation? SCU On okay if National Victims uh-huh unit yet clean my kitchen Favorite ice cream. I ate a lot of haagen-dazs pralines and cream and I was pregnant. song that pumps you up not much Lisa Vandross and then we always raise on Mascaro onto our favorite products at the end of the show. But what are you raising two right now. It does not have to be beauty product. which is something in your obsessed with currently Shits Creek? Who did it just recently? Someone else said Daddy Stan. Levey shows a delight Yeah Creek. I am obsessed with dead like constantly. Yeah Yeah I get obsessive about things and and going to gigs. I'm obsessive about going to gigs. Merger Big Duran Duran Fan. I am the just me. No one oprah cre I'm GONNA. I'm here in New York tomorrow. Are you so excited. I can't think about it. Are you to give her facial. Co- couldn't be able to. This was super refund. I could talk to you for a arena hours. Thank you so much for coming. Thanks so much. Thank you for having me. And now it's time to raise a won- before.

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Were found safe within the hour in the area of Boston and dexter no arrests have been made meantime the search is on for a white vehicle involved in a deadly drive by shooting on Detroit's west side police say a thirty one year old man was shot and killed by suspects in the white van well he was stopped at a stop sign at Robson and thank all about eight thirty last night the man's white Dodge Durango coasted across the street and struck the building no arrests have been made the victim was just thirty one years old if you have any information you are are urged to call Detroit police crime stoppers is hoping a tip will help solve a three year old murder case there it is a sin offering a twenty five hundred dollar reward for information about the murder of a twenty five year old person that's Jordan Samuels and what David Samuels was shot at the Williamsburg apartments near west road in I. seventy five back in December of twenty sixteen he lived in the complex with his girlfriend and her two children anyone with any information to call crime stoppers you can remain anonymous one eight hundred speak up WWJ news time six oh five China is expanding its lock down against the deadly coronavirus to unprecedented thirty six million people well the number of confirmed cases in China has now climbed to more than thirteen hundred with at least forty one deaths meanwhile there is now word that three patient take cases are in Michigan there been submitted to the CDC for testing for the virus all are individuals from here in the metro Detroit area one from a calm county to from washing all county again emphasizing these cases are being submitted for testing for the corona virus and have not been confirmed however the Michigan department of health and Human Services continues to actively monitor the outbreak that originated in Wuhan China based on respiratory issues individuals are having travel history all you know some of the things that we're looking for as far as that could be a potential case of corona virus on bills are being reviewed by our laps down and the ones that on to meet the case definitions are being sent off to CDC for casting thanks Lynn something with the state department of health and Human Services John Hewitt WWJ newsradio nine fifty just how bad is the corona virus Dr mark as their votes infectious diseases specialist with Henry Ford says it's concerning public health officials but he says the flu is much worse we've already seen up to about nineteen million cases of flu in the United States we've seen over two hundred thousand hospitalizations related to flew in the United States and they're been seventeen thousand deaths that have been attributed the flu or its complications so the the there's much more of a concern for us for flu he says the people who are elderly chronically ill or immuno compromised or at the highest risk for complications from the corona virus with the latest on the two potential cases in Washtenaw county this evening Susan wrangler Sir Negley are a spokesperson for the Washtenaw county health department spoke live on W. W. J. they're being tested for this virus however those experiencing mild symptoms and out of a book of an abundance of precaution they're both isolated meaning they're not having additional contact with anyone as the local health department were monitoring their health carefully checking for fevers are additional symptoms twice today regular cynically is says if you have not already if you have not recently traveled to China your risk of infection is very low former and current Beaumont patients urged to remain on high alert following a data breach the personal information of more than a thousand Beaumont patients could be in jeopardy well what health system has wrapped up an investigation after discovering a former employee of change unauthorized access to patient information officials say the employee.

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"'cause it's GonNa be like you know our marketing marketing team of China be like Chemo Center yet to try to like make it by that time and listen I would've I'm usually way ahead of schedule but I've just gone down this rabbit hole because I want it to be. It's an enhancer thing like I don't know what where you can floor allies anything you can like an orange blossom what has like that orange blossom water type aspect which just like in livens Vince everything else it touches okay but doesn't but it's very like you know transparent and you could wear it by yourself or you could like enliven something else with it challenging. Ah Okay you said you're not a makeup person but we always like to end our interviews. With what are some of your favorite beauty products okay rooming products fine. You must have stuff in your hair. What's going on yeah? I love this on I. I don't know what this means. It's billy jealousy ever heard of them. Okay Yeah because they sell it at like the the haircut place that I go to Georgia's to in park slope shout out to them. They're awesome Georgia's to Georgia's one. It's like demonstrate from it I I it's right near the barklays man. They're the best okay and they have. They have this billy. Jealousy is called L. Mud because it's Matt Matt amount I really I really like that. generally people give us so much beauty products right and so we just like I'll just use that. I don't who are people who just walking up to you and giving you beauty products like Jordan Samuel who that is he has like an amazing line. He's given us a bunch of products that spend with me for a long time. I basically like Boris. Oh Guy Right. I Love Bar soap but I don't use much like I wouldn't wash. Ah I wash my face with a bar soap and everything I will if need like us like oil like aftershave or something there is something by I think they're called are Inco- yes. That's the hair brands well. They had this like this aftershave like oil thing. That smells like pine is really good and I I've just running out of it. Someone gave it to me for free like five years ago and like I'm GonNa buy this again at that is putting on the bog. Okay guess what our time is up done. How do we do was great is this? I'm on being your first co host auto podcast. Okay thanks for coming in. It's time for raising wand which I just pulled on you at the last minute so I don't know if you're prepared but you know what it's all about. What are you going to raise the one to this band Fontaine's? DC Fun Tab you know why do we need to listen to this banner. God it's there from Ireland from Dublin Okay and it's just like like great rock and roll. That's like not super super original but has like very original things about it. He sings in Irish accent unbelievably. Good lyrics likely zero pretension. They're so awesome I Osama bowery and I'm just like this. They're going to be huge. That's awesome okay. Well guess what I asked you what you really want to and I didn't have one prepared. We're going to end on that amazing. Thank you for the recommendation. Yeah thanks David. Thanks for listening fat. Mascara is produced by our.

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on WTVN

"The president will address the nation on the situation at the southern border on Twitter. President Trump called it a national security crisis. Previously White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, said Trump will visit the US Mexico border on Thursday. The personal government shutdown is entering week three and hundreds of thousands of federal workers remain paid. Shutdown stems from gridlock between congress and Trump over border wall funding, Mark Mayfield, NBC News Radio speeches set for nine pm tonight in catch it here on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. The White House says the IRS will send out tax refunds despite the government shutdown now in its eighteenth day during past shutdowns, the IRS accepted tax returns, but didn't send out refunds until after the government was funded again, the current shutdown shows, no sign of ending as Democrats and President Trump remained deadlocked over funding for a border wall. Osias now investigating the death of a worker at the L brands bath and body works warehouse. Reynoldsburg authorities say fifty six year old Harvey beavers was killed Saturday after being caught between boxes and a conveyor belt was b- versus helping load a truck when the accident happened. The third fatal workplace accident in as many weeks in central Ohio after an employed staff that liberty casting Delaware and another at the flu Tech's facility. It's session for the Ohio general assembly, but an old Ohio house speaker history is made at the Ohio State house lawmakers in the house of representatives vote. To eject their current speaker as a new session. Get started both rural Appalachian highlands, Ryan Smith of Bidwell in southern Ohio out. Larry householder, Glenn. I in Perry County in householders speaking about the state house while addressing representatives on the house floor. We can use this tool to tear apart. We can use this told a separate or we can use this toll as others have before us the Bill householders. Securing of the speakership comes six months after waging a nearly identical political fight with Smith just last June at the state house, Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Both candidates actually came to Democrats to garner support for their bids. House minority leader Fred Strayhorn says he can work with the other side where possible I'm going to move forward. Best foot forward in until somebody shows me otherwise that I'm going to take them at face value. I'm going to respect the officers speaker whether it was Ryan Smith, or whether it's speaker household in the final vote for speaker was fifty to forty six just over the majority threshold needed, Mike the Sabbath, the whistle blower in the Dr Richard Strauss investigation at Ohio State ended up in jail to Sabah Mr. court date last week in a case in which is accused of harassing a relative congressman Jim Jordan Samuel claims. The late Ohio State team, Dr Richard Strauss molested him and other wrestlers in the nineteen ninety s Jordan business system wrestling coach at the university at the time he claims he knew nothing about the alleged abuse. The annual Consumer Electronics Show begins today in Las Vegas while. It's about the big TV self driving cars and fast. Internet gadgets are still at the heart of the show really CAS who's about all the crazy gadgets. You didn't know you need it. And this year is no exception. I got to meet t- me the personal robot. It's about three feet high. It will follow you around your house. Bring you things play movies and music. Brainchild, Danny Isrealis. Wherever I.

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

Mighty 1090 AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

"One time thomas whiffed on his passing neutralize pull couldn't picks it up his shot what's again but this time into the quarter look at it will try that every time and see what happens i guess again and swedes around the boards we san diego held at the blue line by weber for the wow shifted to the corner where eight a link can only was the puck this team goes down as jordan samuel status chipped it down the ice short of icing picked up by weber there was sixteen twenty three in the second he works in the near corner crosses from near to far stretch pass up the middle of the ice can only working across the blue line get stuff i will prevent on right wing as shot that allowed knocked down my and run jumping on at least the ever and fifteen welcome almost four minutes of the second period the gulls get the power play only team with the shot rate now is the i went seeing they want this i was he's one of those teams it's it's back and weights and you know they aggressive on the peak a in the neutral zone they flood the zone and when they get the opportunity they're coming in there put the socks on that it's not indicative of that shot count right now seventeen eight with the it compared to seventeen probably the better shots off the dry around they try to get the puck in deeper along the far wall the puck was shipped to it open the year won't rank hooper could skate on it turns out the middle of the ice lagging air to is back yeah tried that beat the back door the puck was swept away one extra pass wagoner behind the net now chips a roller to the far down here make that not the between the legs it drop like banks back out tonight at the four point fourth minute off the clock sixteen fifteen forty five left in the second one one time dropped skips one to the near corner for san diego skull like oh so in kanter's pressure gets checked out is happ by ryan leaf drop think it's dropped in the corner penalty is coming up penalty.

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

Mighty 1090 AM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

"Some of the goal line you know it's the is you know three seconds left in the period luckily wobble back in san diego zone make no will slide it around a man it's now shot seventeen seven with eight goals need to let the last one of if you you know you reach out with that stick to deflected shot most of the time it's a great place sometimes not so much maybe maybe a that time entered yeah you're right the seventeen seven shots one one i like an take this to the panic like they feel like they wanted also the pressure probably fourteen of the twenty minutes of that period but one one going into the visitor locker room you got a feel good is the team we have reached the but life first intermission report his see no center were on a tuesday work nine school that we've still got a terrific brown recalls hockey jordan samuels down his his tenth of the year at freaking foles three sorenson by the way three game point streak for san diego as well getting an assist along the grind private on that will attend ten comes in a couple of other perry nights chances in the period that came out dry and then teemu pulkkinen a powerful slap shot on right wing they could have been tipped my eight goals as it went in at nineteen twenty six from that out to tie the score at one to on well the gulls deep you want fox five san diego and i'm qualified six tennis is the goals even going head to head with the grand these put up a fine ratings number beat the any game day by over twenty five percent we're getting here for president nats of on coming up he president of business operations up now what it took to.

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

Mighty 1090 AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

"On ontario so that's it is the halfway tab now is nine forty three in the second but playbook continue and it will do so with a faceoff in the ontario zone yeah you know bowl is a very athletic goalie he will give up those rebounds sometimes we've seen that even games he's one against san diego the is have a new stick there to get it when you need it into the zone comes ontario for the one the drama san diego zone honor got checked in got the puck around in deep to their quarter two goals collided look at behind the net it's hair here trying to take advantage pass that to the blue line love bernie had a come right through his legs gonna chargers daniels thomas but campbell came out the the lady steve halfway between this the two circles to stickhandle that's where the goal yet to show a stickhandling ability because he was under pressure from a charging jordan samuel stops make german skips along the bench well for ontario in here will feather one that roles in deep and magnus sees the time aaron roles it over the near corner were savard will settle it internal back into a block charging the near wall time i was a little speed across the blue line stickhandling into the right circle now back anze one behind the net along we've got a penalty coming up at penalty is on the rain a but so we'll take it the forty nine left in the second what a return the goal the goal on the power play try to tie the game two to one ontario briggs it's either this in ben power play when we return of the mighty tonight great plays get ready because value his nino in okay that's what yeah his where he's and this is what dining obviously tom them all join the club.

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"jordan samuel" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

Mighty 1090 AM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"jordan samuel" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

"Tonight definitely interesting or better in that survive is the president of the san diego gulls of these here with us and on the border mission values brought with them one of the new young players of the goals jordan samuel thomas i gotta knows it's sam you also or samuel samuels and it's it is bill last name daniels daniels dash thomas or is this three individual names fan duel five and the month so that's the last night you had your high for him let us with the direction they're guard yeah you know yeah you know this up a lot of various enough and we had a few flights my stuff with that too so okay so it's not three individual names it's a first name and the last name is two words with the gash yeah he is an important stuff he has a particular opinion about people with three no i don't trust people with rate that's that's for especially through first and that's not fair and that's not fair it's not for his from billy race man you know here we are you can understand that's a bought the president of the goals how are you gentlemen thank you for having me and i have one last name one last thing i said easy but just but is it's also kind of a little bit of a we're last think if people like he's us a fun let's call you know they got only get one thing to thing well you have three little kids here with you they're pretty cute maybe a good three things yes i do and they are here to donate to today's cause that's why they came nice that's art so matt for everybody gets to to get here i've got a whole bunch of questions for jordan how would you introduced jordan two goals fans and sports fans around san diego yeah we're really happy to have him in jordan kind of burst onto the san diego seen about a month ago where he was originally in camp as part of a tryout and made the team after scoring two big goals on two consecutive games which i can remember cheering him on from the stands was so happy when he scored because he actually kind of got our season back on track with a little bit of a rough rough start and then all of a sudden jordan joins a team in our out we were on an eight game winning streak had a little rough patch last couple games.

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