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"julie dot" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

05:02 min | 10 months ago

"julie dot" Discussed on NPR News Now

"For a better tomorrow learn more at code for america dot org live from npr news in washington. I'm jack speer. President biden was promoting his climate agenda with a trip to colorado today including outlining the costs of continued inactivity appears asthma holidays traveling with the president and follow this report from air force one. The president repeated his concerns that climate change is a code red situation. He pointed out that in the last few weeks his seen destruction firsthand from extreme weather in louisiana new york and california part of a pattern of extreme weather events that have been linked to global warming. Here's the good news. Something that is caused by humans can be solved by humans. The president's remarks came after a tour of the national renewable energy laboratory in colorado action on climate. Change is a key part of the budget. Reconciliation bill in congress democrats have yet to agree on what that bill should include and how much money it should be as mahala npr news solder. Gamble is pledging to have net zero greenhouse gas emissions in less than twenty years cincinnati. Public radio's to lean almond dada says moore proctor and gamble is one of the biggest commercial goods companies in the world. Though ohio-based company says it plans to make changes at every level of operations from its supply chain manufacturing to raw materials it already cut absolute emissions by more than half over the last ten years through energy efficiency and renewable electricity efforts to make a difference. This decade p. and g. says by twenty thirty it helps to reduce emissions across operations by another fifty percents and reduce greenhouse gases generated through its supply chain by forty percents for npr news. I'm julie dot is in cincinnati disturbing portrait of the final weeks of the trump presidency by journalists. Bob woodward and robert. Kosta the washington post today. Reporting on the first excerpts of the book entitled peril including a section where chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark millions reported to of twice called his counterpart in china to assure him the. Us had no intention of launching an attack or suddenly going to war amid concerns about trump's mental state senior defense department official confirmed the account. Some republicans have called for millie to step down government. Relief payments had millions of americans out of poverty last year. That's according to new data and laura walmsley as more last year the rumour than thirty seven million people living in poverty in the united states the official poverty rate went up last year by one percentage point after five straight years of declines but by a different measure taking into account government benefits and emergency covert relief payments. The sheriff people in poverty actually dropped last year by two point. Six percentage points the takeaway says the bureau is that the social safety net prevented millions of people from falling into poverty. Data also showed that nearly nine percent of americans didn't have health insurance at any point last year laurel wamsley. Npr news washington day on wall street. The dow dropped two hundred ninety. Two points the nasdaq fell sixty seven points. The s&p was down twenty five points today. This is npr. Notwithstanding the damage to air travel caused by the corona virus pandemic airplane builder. Boeing says it is upbeat about future demand for airplanes boeing announcing today it expects the aerospace market it'd be worth upwards of nine trillion dollars over the next decade that includes planes for airlines and military uses as well as other aerospace products and services accord in china is ruled against a woman in a sexual harassment case that has been seen as a bellwether for china's struggling metoo movement as npr's john roy which explains the court said. The charges did not meet the burden of proof josiah show and launched her case in two thousand eighteen for years after she says she was sexually harassed while interning state broadcaster. Cctv joe has come to personify china's metoo movement the person she accused a male anchor named jujan denied the allegations. He also sued joe for defamation. Complicating her years long legal battle now. According beijing has thrown out or case saying the evidence didn't stack up the ruling was yet another blow for the metoo movement in china. Which has fizzled under pressure and censorship from the authorities last week a court dropped a sexual assault case against a former employee of the e. Commerce company alibaba john rich. Npr news sequoia national park amid a threat to its namesake. giant trees posed by wildfires. Burning nearby is shutting down for the moment. Park officials say two fires were ignited week apparently by lightening of combined now burning in steep and dangerous terrain. Both expires expected move toward the forest park. Spokesperson however says the forest areas not imminently threatened. I'm jack speer. Npr news in washington. This message comes from npr sponsor. Xfinity celebrate historically black colleges and universities with a collection of tv shows movies and more. 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"julie dot" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

07:52 min | 10 months ago

"julie dot" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"julie dot" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

Talentos para o Sucesso

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"julie dot" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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"julie dot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"julie dot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One reason is my agenda. My agenda is to to fold that men and women understand each other better and themselves. I might add. And that they get along better and I am very fair because I am neither a male fan or a female fan. I'm a good person fan. And that's why I'm not a white fan or a black fan. I don't even understand the concept. Of loving or hating a group because of its color. Can't think of something more stupid. Aside from immoral I like you because you are and then you fill in a person's color. Strange, very strange or dislike you because of your color. Very strange. So I'm not going to welcome to the male female hour every week this summer. And even earlier, I have been having a remarkable young woman, Julie Hartman. Who is entering her fourth year. He's a rising senior. I don't know when they developed that term, but She rises whenever I come in the room, so I'm joking, by the way for the record and any event. Uh, I've been very impressed with her. I have had Iran. I've gotten great feedback if you want to contact her, Julie Dash, Hartman. Dot com. So I decided to talk to her. Instead of having Iran Thursday to talk to her during the male female our about social life between men and women in her generation. Obviously, she doesn't know everyone in her generation. But she is a member of it, and we'll have insights. That may not be available to those of us. Not in that generation. Julie. Welcome to the male female. Our happy of year. We need a microphone for Miss Hartman. Tell us how happy you are again. I'm very happy to be here. Never been on male female hour before, By the way Out of curiosity. What do you think of the male female? Our I love it. And I'm really not just saying that. But but We never talk about these things in our daily lives. We never hear it on another radio show. So to have one hour where you talk about this, I think is very smart and so needed. No. Yeah, no matter what the age of the person one might add. You told me and I know you're open and I don't. It's not a secret, but I need to comment on it. Oh, In the last year. How many dates have you gone on? Zero. So that's acquired. That's less than one. Yes. Required Thought, you know, I just wanted I'm going to embarrass you. And But of course it's not intentional. She's a very good looking young woman. So you might think. Well, God knows, you know. All right. Who he's talking to. Well, God does know. And you can know too. Is there a picture of you with julie dot Dash Hartman somewhere on there. I think I just have videos up of no, but like old women. You probably hate the picture. But yes, okay very much. All right, anyway, I think just because we have to be honest, I needed to to note that So Here. We have a very bright, very personable, attractive young woman who had zero date. So is that is that entirely because of covid. I think a lot of it has to do with Covid. But I think a lot of it is because this is something we talk about a lot, and I know you talk about on this. Our men don't ask women out anymore, especially at my age hook up. Culture is very prevalent. Among people in their early twenties and their teens at college, So I think a lot of it really has to do with that. It's just not the culture anymore to court. It's the culture to hit on someone and then have a one night stand with them. So Let me understand because there's a part that I don't understand. So a guy will hit on a girl. Let's say it at your universities. What does that mean? So that in the cafeteria with the other cafeteria Dining hall Dining hall. So where will the hit on take place? For example? It will not happen at the dining hall. It will happen at a party. It will happen later. Okay? The party. That's right. I forgot about party so So he is more likely to hit on her for a hook up then for a date. Yes, That's absolutely that is just fascinating. I can't emphasize that enough. How prevalent the hook up culture is It. Really? It's everywhere. So give me the line. That would be most obvious. You know what a you know what? We've been here A couple of hours. Why don't you come to my place? Well, which one of the mechanics I don't mean the mechanics of the sexual act. The mechanics of of the getting. The girl to engage in the hook up. I think you're drinking at a party and you, you start talking and you, you know, kind of go into a corner and talk for longer and then you know, parties over. Wanna Right. So you're right. But just again. I'm trying to understand the logistics is come back to one's apartment to one's dorm. Yeah, but since the dorm room shared with another roommate, yes, and that roommate is sex styled. They are exiled for sex. They are sex child, mostly she I'm glad I asked Because there is an there are answers. Yes. How long are they sex child for sometimes the whole night. Where do they go? Common room couch. They crash at someone else's dorm. It's Really not unique to where I go to school. And no, I don't think anything would you know? I don't think it be unique at all. If it was unique, it wouldn't be worth worth asking you the questions. The guy or the girl whose sex I'll They they they just know this is par for the course. This is the way life works, or they a little ticked off. Well, the one who is sex child, they may be They may sex. I'll their roommate in the future, so it's kind of like a give and take one night your sex. I'll the other night use exile. Does. Is it usually in the boys room? Yeah. I would say interesting. Why do you think that is? That's a really interesting question. I think maybe there's an element of masculinity to it, right. I think that's true. Uh, it can't be a coincidence should be 50 50. So more often, the male roommate is sex child, okay?.

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"julie dot" Discussed on Break The Rules

Break The Rules

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"julie dot" Discussed on Break The Rules

"Right now can hanso from what. You just like a Perspective in do you use like than marina working group for like. Where do you find people to late. Really determining is not toxic or nontoxic etc. yes Environmental working group. Wg dot org is my absolute favorite place to direct people. And how. I personally check everything that i wanna use. And so because unfortunately so many things greenwash now where they're marketed as healthy and cleaning and green. They're not so every time. I'm going to buy a new product i do. I check the wgn just to make sure. I'm earth. i wanna rip. It's a great shortcut. If like you said when you run out of a product and you make the step to go in a little healthier next time. It's a great place to fines of more green products to us. Yeah i love him to you. Talked rodney talks. Thought the topic near and dear to my heart. We were talking about one of the mold before gus guys. So thank you so much for coming on the show and where can find out more about you. Young the best places my website julie michelson dot com. And there's no a in michelson you can reach out there. Set up a time to chat. Even an i'm also on facebook. Julie michelson coaching instagram. Julie dot michelson a lovely.

"julie dot" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"julie dot" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Per 100 residents. So far, only the American made Fizer vaccine is being administered, though a shipment of Madonna doses is scheduled to arrive in just days. Israel does claim to be the first country in the world to repackage vaccinations in specialized refrigerators. This allows for distribution across the country very quickly without losing any of the dosage socks astray, Yang said. Delaware man charged in the plot to kidnap the governor of Michigan is asking to be released from prison as he awaits court hearings. Federal prosecutors say Barry Croft junior is a violent extremist in that releasing him would be unreasonable. Prosecutors describe Croft is one ring leader in the plot to kidnap question Wittmer Croft was arrested. October and consent to be transferred to Michigan, where his co defendants have been charged on company making it personal to keep its customer base. Julie dot com, an online pet store, surprising customers with paintings of their pets, and it's all free the company banking. The move will keep them boring, more stuff for their furry family members. She didn't ask for an oil painting of her cat. But Daniel Schwartz loves the portrait of stinky that hangs in her upstate New York home, saying, I just wanna buy everything from them. It's one of the more than 1003. Paintings that Julie sends to select customers each week, even during the pandemic, But not everyone is on board with receiving a mysterious portrait. The company says some confused customers send them back. But many who get them posting to social media giving chewy free advertising trying to company notice when it first started shipping them out. C J. Poppa Fox News, the last surviving member of the 19 fifties singing sensation the McGuire Sisters has died. Phyllis McGuire died.

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"julie dot" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"julie dot" Discussed on KTOK

"On the shores of Peru George 3500 years ago. As we show in our film, America Stone hand, which is Episode four and five. We show that they that there's a stone there that says to bow of the Canaanites and dedication and the Canaanites. Our nephew Liam Tribe once again from Beirut. The whole Middle Eastern thing, Neville. Um, that's a net Fulham site right here. Where? My ancestors. There you go. You go is a conceivable L. A That those Of those DNA's samples that just showed elongated skulls and there was a portion of that. Is it conceivable they were trying to emulate what they were seen. And that would be beans with the elongated skulls. Well, I hear what you're saying. I think that these were the offspring. I mean, I really You know, I'm I'm going to go with nestling. I'm going to go with the on it came with the far right all all of them. All of them. Well, not all of the elongated skulls. Some of them are Cranial perform. Some of them are head down that we've learned, but But what I'm saying is those that were head bound. Maybe they were trying to emulate the entities they were looking at. Exactly. That's exactly the position. I hold two. That's exactly what I think was going on. That's dramatic. Ella how two people again get ahold of you. Well, if if you want to rent the Syria's you can go to streaming that l a Mars Julie that net streaming that L a marginally dot net. All six. Films are right there. You get instant download instant gratification binge. Watch him. If you want the hard copies, you got to go to the website L a Mars julie dot net, But it's It's mind blowing stuff. It's real research. It's not You know, it's not hyperbole in any way, shape or form. This is multi disciplined team of people who come on the record and episode.

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"julie dot" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on KTRH

"Elections I'm sure a fryer it's eight thirty on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. let's get a look at our traffic and weather together here's Julie dot hardy you may have a little problem on the outbound side forty five north freeway around cross timbers is a slowdown coming from six ten the inbound side going to take about fifteen minutes from beltway eight to downtown if you're on the Gulf freeway it's almost twenty from the beltway to downtown I'm Julie hardy in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center today's very warm again the babies to the nineties and tomorrow a few clouds mid eighties to low nineties there's a twenty percent chance of a thunder shower Friday I meteorologist Terry Smith from the weather channel at eight thirty one at seventy nine cloudy at the cage your rage keep cool with a R. S. twenty four hour weather center well there is county commissioners court has appointed an interim county clerk now it's a Democrat control panel is you know and they pick Christopher Hollins the vice chairman of finance for the Texas Democratic Party he's going to oversee our elections this year mail in voting I is one step closer to reality meantime something the Democrats are pushing a federal judge in San Antonio agreed with the Democrats that registered voters can apply for mail in ballots just because of the pandemic that's a disability don't you know the Attorney General is going to appeal to the fifth circuit court of appeals house speaker Nancy Pelosi pushing to fast track a three trillion dollar heroes act she says it's absolutely urgent it includes mail in voting I'm sure a fryer in Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. the grocery stores might be running out of food but good ranchers dot com is not you can buy all the meat you need to last you through the end of the year or beyond quarter cal.

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"julie dot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And we're gonna go now to Ashley Lopez political reporter at K. U. T. in Austin Texas Hey there K. R. Texas really important state a second only to California what have you seen so far what's the turnout been well I mean people are still in line at the at the polls at so the polls close at seven and lines A. here in Austin and Houston I heard even in Dallas there people still queued up which means there are a lot of people still casting their ballots there's a little bit of excitement going on and I think the best interns in numbers the best numbers we have early voting numbers and compared to twenty sixteen Democrats are definitely seeing a surge about two million Texans voted early in those two weeks of early voting and it's almost half like a million Democrats in a million publicans and that's kind of significant in Texas is usually Republicans of blow out Democrats in right areas but again there's still a lot of people voting so who knows I mean here in Austin just as many people voted before the polls closed today as did in those two weeks early voting I you know Democrats as you sort of intimating C. Texas is a state that might be turning their way you know maybe not blue but maybe purple and you know the demographic shift is a big part of that the other many Latinos there and they aren't voting I'm more print and more pronounced fashion what are you seeing in terms of where they might be voting because Latinos are different in Texas and they are in California they tend to be more conservative in Texas yeah and you know under the trump administration that's been changing a little bit lower you know Latinos are voting more for Democrats than they have in the past you know we don't have good exit polling for Latinos I mean I think this is a true nationally but like and what a life yeah I mean I this is a signal to Democrats that they probably should be spending more money on things like that to figure out when where the best place to put your resources are as like an argument I think a lot of political strategist would would make but since but you know they've been voting a slightly more moderately more under the trump administration and you know also that as more young people are voting it's also brought in more Latinos because Texas is young you like young population is very Latino too so that's been really interesting but you know in terms of geography like the place that's been really interesting for you know for Democrats to see a lot of wins in the suburbs I mean that's a national story but life there are a lot of suburbs around these big cities in Dallas and Houston where Democrats have been making precede significant inroads and I think that's where actually Republicans are the most concerned well you've been speaking to people just briefly about what they've been telling you about what matters to them well healthcare is a big issue here in Texas for Democrats specifically and immigration if you talk to Republican voters that still the thing that sort of like leading them to the polls and is there a big issue that is actually Lopez political reporter at K. U. T. in Austin Texas thank you very much thank you and you're listening to live special coverage of super Tuesday from NPR news we'll be right back mmhm at six eighteen there is a traffic jam on the peninsula in here with the details it's Julie dot delays trying to get on to the same Matteo bridge to the south one one connector ramp to eastbound ninety to a two vehicle wreck has a left lane take it away it looks like they did clear that Stalin Mountain View south wanna wanted San Antonio road was in the left lane for a while and putting out the brush fire in San Jose and then make Laughlin offramp from southbound two eighty that rant may still be closed to the deputy for KQ weedy support for KQ weedy comes from bank of the west part of BNP paribus together taking global action to help accelerate the divestiture fossil fuel energy through sustainable finance policies learn more at bank of the west dot com slash change in from Comcast NBC universal working to make entertainment accessible for everyone when products are more inclusive everyone benefits learn more at Comcast corporation dot com slash accessibility you know there's nothing like a concrete example they help explain a complicated idea let's suppose that you've got a grocery store owner that wants to sell apples in his store next October when apples are in season I'm gonna resolve how apples can make Dow futures makes sense the six time on market place market place will be.

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"julie dot" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on KGO 810

"Fifty thirty eight to go here it's Julie dot begin forty one one thirty three the bears take advantage of the two big guns for Colorado being on the bench right now right it is a great opportunity who's got the ball going try to drive in the baseline closer while past south intercepts one of those pieces were you drive you get up in the air you have nowhere to go with the ball specially on the baseline we have very limited options down there teaming up top going over Austin shares fell to down to Kelly the left bloc Andre can you go inside try to do a little work create space the work and do a nice little right handed shot to make it a ten point Kelly forty three thirty three what is the status lately is patience very good point not not in a rush C. work can't shoot left side no good sound tracks down in the corner there's not much in the run off of Mrs slow the pace of this thing down Southland bouncing a Bradley Matt Kelly team in Austin I had a chance to try to get that way from the top of everybody that one doesn't work hard case since the pack out six now Bradley's got the ball on the right side of elevate suit match shot rolls around the women out it's called for the home going for the rebound that's a tough one that's a really tough calls see were never jump you never jump to go get the basketball and Audrey did it's a it's a tough call on Andrea that's a forty five so right okay now come back and they got their little breather now they're ready to roll right bringing up the right side let's move around top of the circuit boards down to down on the block bases where they want it they going in the paint going to work with right handed shot is good this topple the stop that's why he's an all conference performer those plays those are the ones really not many people profits and stock and if you double team him very selected not to come with a double C. Kelly over south Kareem Martin on the bounce was down to Bradley Matt left corner trying to find room step back three bald guy forty five thirty nineteen point they get the ball right back left double click it out right the Sheik gets around Kelly goes baseline parquet catch Passover C. work short this was this we went over the back of deflected out of bounds and yet they're gonna give the ball to Colorado mark fox in the exact same thing the officials your pin for the bears is our day right on the baseline gets in can't shoot the ball no good off the of shorts and a file I would just go over the backboard I think that's what the caller ID he is really off the mark tonight is yet to make a shot and he's one of their sharp results were seven yes shorts guy who averages double figures tonight tonight Austin drives in the paint flips it back out Dante's events under thirteen to play ten point lead the bears here at home over Colorado to grant sounds faster with Bradley on the right wing Matt takes drives down the baseline step back is good warming up again wait time the series got twenty or more points right at the top twelve point lead to the bears right through the night defenders driving down the lane in life without well you know at some point time is going to try to take this thing over it's it's what he does it when it's close or when they're down he and he can be dominant south with the ball stopped the bears goes over Bradley Matt I mean it's like the control room South fifty Passover Austin of right wing drive in and goes to the left hand on the drive no good Johnson is fired good luck right back down south going in the paint yeah right now he turned away and impairs they lost the handle on the ball and that is going to be whistling a foul on the floor Calle forty seven Colorado thirty seven this is cal basketball driven by your northern California Toyota dealers from Learfield IMG college you're in charge of hiring and indeed has solutions like online skills test which Medicare did it show that they're the right hire indeed will also give you the sticky frog which will suddenly look and stick to the face of a perfect higher yeah okay there's no sticky frog but skills tests that's for sure see why independent research by Socorro chose indeed delivers three times more higher than any other job site visit indeed dot com slash promo today and get a free.

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"julie dot" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

Workplace Perspective

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

"It be for someone pointed it out. Well I WANNA. Let's let's send a message suggest. Hope so. Do you have like success. Stories somewhere where you've helped someone and they've sort of silence those voices and achieved an important goal Something I got there I mean there are so many of those I don't mean to I don't mean to Cop Out but okay. Here's put you on the spot so it's okay. Yeah this is not A. It's not a work on play story but the same dynamics apply it doesn't matter what the issue is that someone's dealing with it could be work could be health and fitness. Could be relationship could be financial okay so there's one in the financial area oddly enough. I have a lot of client to coach on finances is a big big big thing for a lot of people to grapple with and there's a lot of shame around and And so so I was coaching. This client and I was kind of trying to get to. The bottom of wind is extremely bright talented successful Professional was having such a hard time wrapping their head around these financial issues when they brought such organization and clarity clarity of thinking to professional issues. Right and and so what we've found was there. Was this great big lurking Saboteur Abitur. That was just frightening. This client to death that this this project of getting getting arms around finances had just become the big. We called it a black hole because it was like the finances were just this black hole. wow I in life and and once we started to work work with that and sort of banish this this this doom and gloom message that the saboteur had been sending this person. Their their whole life All of a sudden things got a lot clearer and a lot of work immediately happened happened on the area in the area of budgeting and coming to terms with things and some topics that had been just so difficult hold in the in the miracle relationship around finances became much easier and even and even fun. This person brought made their children during part of the process of of household budgeting and saving money. They made it. They made it like a game. So it was an enormous Aw Success story because the transition from that black hole of finances I cannot do this. I will never be able to overcome this problem. My life suddenly became came like a fun game that involved the whole family. I love that you know. It's it's really it's about being brave isn't Because you you've got to be brave to face some of these issues that you know that maybe be long held self defense mechanisms and and you know that saboteurs been standing at the gate for a long time and it sounds like you really need to find that that motivation and be brave enough have to face it right. Yes and and bravery can come in through through different avenues. Through through bringing the the positive the voice to the forefront and sending the saboteurs of the basement and through having a coach or someone who doesn't have to be coach. It's very helpful to have someone who champions you right in the process because the first steps are always hard and intimidating and and sometime coaching requires some baby steps. Such as we are not going to tackle the finances and say that you know next month. Everything's GonNa be an order instead presence for this month. We're going to identify exactly what we're spending money on right next month. We'll figure out where the money comes from. Then we'll figure out where we can cut things back since a series of you've baby steps that that eliminates that or greatly reduces that fear factor. I love it. I love the practicality of it all right well running out of time and as we wrap up today's show can you give us your your cautionary tale your words of wisdom or maybe some thoughts for the future. Well I would just encourage anyone who is interested at all or curious about Life coaching to to find someone they think they might like to work with. Almost all coaches offer a complimentary sample session. forty-five minutes or an hour so that you can actually see what coaching coaching is. I think it's a very hard thing to explain as you and I have discussed but when you experience it it's a lot easier to have an understanding of it so do a sample session with a coach. I think if you have a goal one of your listeners has a goal that they've set the somehow they're just stuck in moving toward it. A coach might be a a great way to dig in and Send those saboteurs to the basement and and start reaching that goal in twenty twenty. I love visualization Israel's Asian. I think that's awesome all right everyone. Well that's our show for today. Julie I WANNA thank you for joining us and sharing your wisdom and your inspiration with all our listeners. Thank you so much for having me Teresa. If you want to find out more about Julian dragonfly coaching. You can find her on the web at dragonfly coach. Julie Dot Com. That's D. R. A. G. O. N. F. L. Y.. Coach Julie Dot Com. You can also connect with Julie via our website at Sapphire legal dot com slash podcast. I want to also thank our listeners. My Radio Angels James and the Nave at night our workplace team extraordinaire our engineer producer. Paul Roberts but music provided by the very talented talented Stephen. I WanNa thank you all for joining us of workplace perspective until next time to keep raising the bar.

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"julie dot" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:41 min | 3 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He also stepped away and was convinced that he came back to at a retirement if three commits fought so I think it's a very timely conversation that we could have pertaining to Andrew luck and of course I'm talking about Jay Cutler who was with me here on tiki and Tierney JP welcome to the show first time we've had you man how you doing today J. this is my place your soul as is natural starting point here I know that it's it's it's not the same exact situation clearly but in your mind you made a decision welcome put take off the pads go to the booth and make that transition and then you made the decision to leave the board and put the pants back on number one how tough was it and number two are you convinced danger look is done for ever as a player only to say one first I think so I think he has he done forever the first one you know I think being done he retired it means it's it's always hard at the you always be you you can play more you've got more offer on listening to end their life com you can act though some of these these dogs you know that comes a point where Bailey physically like don't feel you can you know there's a valid anymore yeah you know it's amazing to because the way the fans found out they found that at the stadium and the boredom which was which was a horrendous look you want to give a little past because they were just find out real time whatever but it's amazing to me Jay Ellis and you you took some shots you got knocked the replay the NFL everybody could get her you got knocked around a few times on some balls and teams that didn't protect you great to be honest and you know what I mean I don't think the average fan just realizes the punishment that these guys take what is it like to get crushed by somebody that's two eighty coming off the edge on block two runs of four four what is that like well you could avoid at all costs you know but I I think I mean I've been in a situation you know the office lines really struggling you know he's a competitor you trying to hang in there and win games and get the ball downfield you need something and this comes I mean anybody there comes a point in time it's just that up yeah and things are falling apart then after that it kind of dominoes you know what they are you get that back together it's a little small parts so you know I I've been in a similar situation with and now I feel that the it is really admirable active all the way he'd be dead a thought about it and one of them you know off the top so I wish him the best a lot I mean I know that it was a tough way for the fans to find out you know it the way it was which sounded Boucher myself doing that at the end of a loser more LGT spending a great ambassador football the cold enough talent no I don't think he's ever really anybody wrong that that was just you know there was a lot of crap now this week which over to Jay Cutler twelve years of the NFL Pro Bowl back in oh wait as much arm talent as anybody certainly of his generation I let's bounce around the league here Jay get you thought some dak Prescott and I'm not how much money's gonna get because he's gonna get paid is gonna get around thirty we know that that's the way it goes when you look at dak Prescott let's say Ezekiel Elliott bother pulls a levy on bell for the full which I don't think he will but you say if you did or if he misses a couple games are you a believer that dak can carry the cowboys for without Zeke I needed a better position now the he would be the last couple years no the eagles last first couple years but I think they rely heavily on the they rightfully so I mean you run the ball this league in a make their way it makes everybody better make specially quarterbacks so need anything from me more prepared now to do it but they did it the different game without that there that's for sure what would you what do you think of me listen you had a rocket and you'll be the first to admit this sometimes it was probably the or and and and and too much believe in your ability to squeeze it in because you had the rocket and sometimes it would lead to Mrs to mistake sometime Julie dot lights what is the one I love asking quarterbacks is what is the one non negotiable physical characteristic that Jay Cutler believes every superstore NFL quarterback must have so if you don't have you know good so it works good speed and you know you're able to navigate the the pocketing you know speed up your drop speed up your the you know get a little edge here there you really have struggled to the NFL is only you know it's like you're you're in a phone booth in a car crash back there you know you gotta be able to find little pieces of space here and they're all moved or are you really going to have a hard time the so called very few times if anything you know one two three four five so the number one you know it just doesn't work like that very often so now you've got to be able to you know you got to be able to have somebody get the work in the mail this is probably your your first actually you cannot stop you really don't have a prayer yeah no I hear you J. colors with this year and he can't hear the James Winston Marcus Mariota who huge seasons huge years in terms of evaluation in terms of income generated big decisions for both of their teams are you a Winston and a Mario fan what do you think of both of those players you know if you know that Sir James new clothes new system so he's he's got a over come back and try to be successful with the the you know mark is he's kind of settlements or second year with this group here I think it's a new office coordinator which is also a learning curve so near the town of players they can make plays the fee they can make plays are you there so they've got a lot going for him is just you know how quickly they can to the new office you know Jay when you when you were drafted I mean the league's different I mean the league is that the whole league is different but the quarterback of valuation and that whole process is radically different Tyler Marie do you think that it's even remotely plausible that they rip off eighty eighty five ninety offense of plays a week is that sustainable as a quarterback I don't think so I've been wrong many times while I X. what about the height issue do you think that that is yeah I mean we see Russell Wilson berasa Wilson's also future hall of Famer you think the the height see in the windows your particular talk about this all the time one thing that you're does so well he's able to step on his Tippy toes and and basically increased the window that he's throwing for even though we small is is there a height whether to Baker whether its collar Marie whether to Russell that that you think eventually proved to be detrimental I think you're shown that you can do it you know jurors also I think the policy been very fortunate you know the usual paid that and those guys for a long time to be in the same system as I think really helps I mean Tyler you know he knows that system so I can get give somewhat of a leg up in being able to do some things but it also is that really you know proven about so we have to kind of wait and see.

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"julie dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"As a former resident returns to make a movie with the region playing a starring role as the cold ridiculous comedy but it's grounded in Wisconsin humor actor writer director right legal pen makes in Julie go on a road trip filling in parts of Wisconsin where she says it's easy to do such work now we would people are excited about filmmaking they're very supportive they're very gracious legal holds for screen time with Milwaukee Film Festival and more after that we're going to go after Netflix and Amazon by no more it makes in Julie dot com G. Miller WTMJ news sports traffic and weather and acts WTMJ needs time etal for Hey it's Jeff Wagner this is special join me and my wife ran on a journey from Paris through normal these beautiful countryside on a river cruise you'll and cover many of the charms of the area the medieval capital through on Monet's beloved home and the fame Normandy beaches look Normandy has been the setting for many battles over the centuries including the D. day invasion of World War two and the Normandy beaches mean different things to different people so you'll have a rare choice to visit several of its historic sites including Omaha beach experience a different side of northern France's history with a tour of the majestic palace of recite that was once the home to Louis the sixteenth and Marie Antoinette you also have a chance to see the best of Paris in one of three ways including the heart of Paris cruise and city tour look there are plenty of opportunities to take part more active experiences as well like golfing at Saint maire Eglise perched on a cliffs high above the sea this is a trip.

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"julie dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A road trip it's a film being shot in Sheboygan county grain legal is the force behind it sat down and wrote a movie script she thought would be perfect for Wisconsin right legal joins us live on WTMJ good morning good morning in let's talk about you should Morgan County bona fides there is some of these discuss what's your connection to us well I was actually born and raised in Wisconsin I grew up in grass and Berg and I went to LA when I was about eighteen I went to USC and I started pursuing production and acting mayor and then about a year ago I did a music video here and Sheboygan county actually where we shot some of the sound and I decided it was time to start making the movies here so that's what I did Ryan is so interesting because we always hear about you know TV and movie producers tend to go to Georgia or or someplace down south is Sheboygan as Wisconsin of a friendly place to make movies all my god totally yeah I I I've actually been shooting not distance to break in but I was downtown Milwaukee in the third ward area I've been up in Sheboygan doing country shot at restaurants that here I was actually also up in sturgeon bay in door county and then today I'm doing from Gulf scenes and stock fell so for me it's been an amazing experience because incredibly easy to issues here is the exact opposite of Los Angeles I don't have to pull permits people are excited about filmmaking they're very supportive they're very gracious so for me it's been a breeze it's been very easy to do and very smooth Ryan legal road mags and Julie go on a road trip of film she's putting together as we speak right here in southeastern Wisconsin she's eleven WTMJ what's the process from your how much feeling to have done and then from there and I suppose you have to edit and then find a distributor and hopefully get this to a big screen right I've been shooting out for three weeks straight I've got a few days last we're almost done yeah I've got about three to six months of post work I'm gonna have to do on it I'm hoping to show at the marquee Film Festival will see how that goes fingers crossed but we're going to go after Netflix and Amazon I personally really like all the streaming in and the availability to indie filmmakers on those particular channel but yeah I mean anybody can follow issue on social media we have a website called magazine Julie dot com and our socials on their Facebook in our Instagram but yeah it's it's six eighteen I am this is going to be the first of many films for me it's been an amazing process so far and I'm excited to do more our was very inspired by John Hughes growing up and of course he the fellow midwesterner and this particular comedy is very much in the vein of planes trains and automobiles and bridesmaids physical ridiculous comedy but it's grounded in Wisconsin humor so I'm super excited to share it with everybody that sounds sounds fantastic well the next time you come back and shoot here they needed chubby middle aged woman I am I am the one for you your odds of she's not sure either by that he make any references to like double brought to sheep said door sit down by praying user and so in the in the script yeah there's all kinds of Wisconsin references we talk about brought word that the cabin that they go he was up in Rhinelander it's our guarantee so yeah it's very much you know I grew up here I love the humor here so it's very much grounded in that kind of midwestern humor which I adore and love so yeah can't wait to see it yeah good luck Ryan legal who is making bags and Julie go on a road trip movie that will hopefully be on a screen near you soon good luck with your efforts right yeah thanks so much for having young guys take care eight twenty seven Steve these their screen the pop the cream puff their cream settle down guys it doesn't matter what part of the cream puff you like the best because we'll be getting six hundred and twenty three.

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"julie dot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Amazingly. That's what people say about me. It really is. You're you're right. This guy is an donnas. And you say, well, he can't act. I mean, he obviously got the gig for his looks pretty can act, and he made her look really good in that picture on top of the fact that he's Satan. Like so much wonderful stuff with the stars born I really want to know why it's not winning any of the award. Like people in Hollywood, not like, Bradley Cooper. I just don't understand. And I I agree with you. I would love I would. Oh my God. If you could win that Oscar tomorrow night's it would be wonderful. But I think it's gonna go to Romney. And again, Kristen bell. I feel the same way. I feel like there was a lot going on. I. Makeup and maybe win all this. Here's political views -ociety is very talented. And but I just thought I just thought of all of those people we mentioned, I'm kind of pulling for Bradley Cooper, not that he needs it. He's going to get great roles, regardless of what not. But sometimes it's just good to hear somebody say, you know, what you're good Julie, Fisk people find you if they need to find you owe the website is Julie dot com. Please go check it out. I don't have. Mommy movie warning about taking your kids or grandkids to see movie. We'll you know, what we're going to look can we do this again, maybe in a couple of weeks or a month. We can just talk about that good good films to take your family too. Because sometimes I think that that's that's lost. And I think it's a large reason why maybe you know, the box office struggles a little bit. Let's do that. I'm I'm upward. All right. Julia. Let's do it. Thank you. Julie Fisk, and again, her website is Julie J U L E says so S A Y S S. Oh, that's easy to remember Julie says so these are remember than Bruce says because half the stuff I say, I can't even remember five minutes later. It's one fifty four NewsRadio seven hundred w l w acceptable reasons. For missing an rocky show.

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"julie dot" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

Workplace Perspective

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

"The status quo stone, you know, rock the boat. When I started encountering that. I have to figure out is this is this change in goal is a genuine is it really driven by something that happened in the client's life that we really need to pick up this different. And that's fine because it's the clients Genda. But if it really seems like it's a diversion. What I will do as a coach is because coaches, never judge. It's the client is never his never wrong. And so the coach's role is to be curious about. Okay. So let's t- for nine weeks. We've been talking about a career change. And today, we're going to talk about the pantry. So. And maybe that's fine. Let's find out what's going on. What's driving this? How important is this pantry thing? Or we're gonna go back to the career changer. We don't let that it's a matter of probing and finding out what's what's really behind this change. Of course. Well, that makes me think. About. So if someone's thinking about new beginnings new focus kind of questions, should they be asking themselves not about how do I go find a coach? But I moved what kind of questions should they ask themselves that they are considering new focuses in new beginnings the role of the life coaches to ask probing questions. Right. The open ended questions that caused the client to do the kind of soul-searching that that is really part of the of the coaching process because that's where the transformation happens. And I think that's an important distinction. There's an important distinction between a coaching conversation and a conversation that you would have with a trusted friend over glass of wine, right because the typical trusted friend if you come to said friend with a problem, they're gonna give you advice. They're going to say we'll win that happened to me. Here's what I did. Or here's something, you know, sued on the street because we're very solution base. Extremely based you know. But what I love about this coaching model is. Just respects the integrity of the person and honors that each of us really has her own solutions. We really do. They might be covered up by all those voices of family, the saboteur voice in our own head. That says you can't do that. It's dangerous you might fail. But our solutions are really in there. So if a coach's affective they asked the right open ended questions as we don't want to ask a leading shin. Right. And supply the answer, but the open ended questions that caused the client to do the soul searching and mined for the answers that they already have inside. Can you think of type of question that I could ask myself for even decided if I need it like coach or if I'm just thinking about it? What's important to me? What do I value? What do I want honor in my life like the idea that someone's thinking about it kind? Of course, can they ask themselves to start that internal dialogue with themselves because maybe. They're searching. And maybe they don't know. Maybe it is work. I've been stuck in this job for a long time. I really wanna go after that promotion, and then going back to that idea that there's something going on. I wanna make some kind of change. I don't wanna leave my job. I let my company or maybe I don't like my company. It sounds to me. Like, that's almost the wrong question to ask. Would you agree with that? Because the right question sounds like the internal question. Yeah. I agree. I think the in in coaching the questions that we most often employ are questions it sound like wise that important to you. How would your life be different if you were to implement that in your life? What's something else? You might do what other things have you considered? If you were to embark on. That course, what's the first step that you might take things like that? What's really thought provoking? I like that. Because it does it ask the right questions. And hopefully, they're thinking about new beginnings new focuses it will focus a minute good way year helping people make decisions and make choices do you ever find that your clients become dependent on you in their decision making process. Never. And and the reason is it goes back to my answer about the difference between the conversation in coaching the conversation with a trusted friend because the coach never tells the client what to do or judges, the clients choices. I might be curious about a choice, especially if it differs from what we've been talking about for weeks. I might be curious, but I'm never gonna judge the client because every every client is naturally, create resources Flynn whole. So I'm not going to tell the client. What to do? I'm not going to to make judgments about which way ses. They make. I'm going to ask the questions to get them thinking, it's really important to honor. One of the goals of coaching, which is to leave the client Maury quick to deal with life and not less. So and very often when we go to trusted advisers, and I'm not saying there's anything wrong that has a role in everyone's life, but very often creates dependency on that person where right might begin to feel that we can make a decision or at least not important one without input from said adviser for the goal of coaching is really to empower the client to have the confidence and feel that they have the internal resources when the same issue shows up or a similar issue in the future. They can they can grapple with it themselves because they've learned the skills. Sounds like it's learning skill. If they if they don't come to you with that, it's learning gray scale, I think it's very much about learning skill right? We're just about a time. So what some parting wisdom are some tips that you have for us for our listeners in our last few minutes. I know your audience is very high functioning and probably they have. Everything very well dialed in of course, they do. But I have never met a person myself. Who could not benefit from from making some changes or tweaking one area of life. Right. And I've I've worked with some very very accomplished professionals who had everything together except for one thing. And that's the thing that that we coach on. So I I believe it's a tool that can help pretty much anyone and most life coaches offer on free sample sessions. It's very hard to understand what coaching is from talking about it. Right. You really have to experience it. So most coaches myself included offer free sample sessions. All you do is you show up with your topic? Whatever it is big or small and you spend a half an hour kicking it around. And you get a feel for what coaching is about. And whether it might serve you or not great advice. That's our show for today on a thank you so much for joining me on our first show, the new Yankee for having this great expertise that you have and providing our listeners with Elvis great. Mation? Thank you. If you wanna find out more about Julie and Dragonfly coaching. You can find them on the web at Dragonfly coach, Julie dot com. That's D R A G O N F L Y coach, Julie dot com. You can also connect with Julie via our website at sapphire legal dot com slash podcast and clicking on episode sixteen. I want to also thank our listeners for joining us. My radio angels James in the nave at night and workplace perspectives team extraordinaire, engineer producer, Paul Roberts. But music provided by the very talented, Stephen versa. Loni? Thank you all for joining us on workplace perspective. And until next time keep raising.

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"julie dot" Discussed on Courageously Go

Courageously Go

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"julie dot" Discussed on Courageously Go

"And by you, can even in this is what I just add on one quick thing is that, you know, this is in the book to the effort was yet is about like they yet. So so you wanna create an entrance for yourself around. This is say, you know, undis- going to a moment of courage here and share with you that I have this book it hard for me to tell you that. Yeah. And just out and all of a sudden there's an open door, and it doesn't sound sale. The. Yeah. Exactly one thing. I loved about your book is you talk about the sweet spot. Now. I think that would be an interesting is that's the thing is still really believe in. And what is your take on the sweet spot these days? Yeah. You know, I think the take on the sweet spot because we as women we do a lot of work on like, well if I sell valuable enough or felt worthy enough. You know? I'm sorry, this I'm gonna say something really radical. I think that's a lifetime journey of always. It's like meditation new drink you come back drift. You come back so worthiness you drift you come back drift. You come back. And it's like I feel like we could spend a lifetime on feeling worthy. And I don't really think that this week spots about that the sweet fund is about if you were to stand in your client, shoes or your patience shoes or the people that you influence and impact shoes and turn around and look back at how your guest uplifted than enhance their life or allow them to do something or be something or feel something they never could before that there's a contribution in that. And so the sweet spot is really understanding what your contribution is to other people that other people would say, yes, that's right. That's how you impact. Me. That's how you influence me. And that when we orient around that we're not even concerned about whether we're worthy or were valuable or did I say that right because their attention is on the contribution. It's not on being valuable enough to contribute again, a different a different context. Right. I'm from. I wish I had another hour with you. There's just we could just we could have a dispatch dishonestly not. I know I think we'll have to have you back in the in two thousand nineteen but but I have a few minutes left with you. So let's be sure let's let's Bishop people know where to find you because I think you have a lot to teach people about about financial earning power and all these good lessons. So do have a website that or or social media platform that you would like to send our listeners to so they can learn more about how they can work with you. Yes. So all of my websites, Microsoft website, just crashed and we have to go back under construction. So that's ending thing. Thinking mercury retrograde. So I would say follow me on Facebook. So Facebook dot com slash Julie dot 'Steelemen.

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