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"karen williams" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"Knows the. We're about to find out in tonight's pop quiz will we shall see all right to make things a little more fine. You're going to be competing against lonnie. Culture is encouraged by the way all right. Oh let's go all right first. Question which famous female leads said this powerful line. If you want me me was it. A meredith grey on grey's anatomy be olivia pope on scandal Warsi rory gilmore on gilmore. Girls ooh i thought that was my cousin. My cousin rory gilmore. I don't know the way you said it makes me think it's very like insanely powerful woman. Which almost in my mind the little. I know of gilmore girls rules. I'm gonna go out and say it was meredith grey. Okay i wanna say libya pope and let's see who is right. I am not a toy you can play with when you're bored or lonely or horny i am not. The girl gets at the end of the movie. I am not a fantasy if you want me on me. I remember that. I remember it too. I wanted to. I wanted to help you enter by something. You love married livia copay. You're saying powerful own. Well what would you do if you were with the woman this dominant. I mean i'm talking about a little practice on this set. This week i'd earn. That's for sure. I do think that's like the most attractive type of woman for me as a woman who does not put up with my i qala charm. They call it bull. I think really tracked. Who don't fall for it okay. Next question on friends. When monica was teaching chandler. How to please a woman. How many erogenous zones did she say a woman has may seven be ten more c twelve. Can i get a definition of know. Eroticism definition yeah do zone on your body that would turn you on. Okay let me think about this. We got a one two three four five six seven. We gotta make me more unhappy. Eight eight eight eight nine there. We go. I'm gonna go with seven seven. Okay that's it money. what's your answer. I gotta go with ten. Okay let's see who got it right. I know this answer. Everybody knows the basic erogenous zone got one two three four have you want to hit them all and you want to mix them up. You gotta keep their toes toes. There's more women you went well past seven. I went to but i was included.

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"karen williams" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

07:49 min | 3 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"It's snowing clearly snowing in calabash. My work is late with now. My basketball court is black guys so this is insane. Shreds like knowing in kuala bath. Wash that before. We even knew we were talking about. And i was like this is clearly hail. How does she difference. Snow and hail four keys. Good if she said at once she said snow like seven times. She's a lawyer. Not a meteorologist right meteorologists. That's how everything knew that type of guy did you say birthday. He doesn't like the way i say. Ambulance amland yeah. Because i say a bland people who say black people and i will start saying it that way your tongue we gotta take a break but coming up. A doughnut date. Turns into a nightmare. We wanna know whose side you are on that. Welcome back none of these are quite like the other but they got us talking so who is ready for random okay. I i've ryan on married. At first sight took his new wife claire on a donut date. Because it's her favorite food. But instead of just enjoying the sweet treats ryan wanted to have a deep suspicion. Unfortunately clear was distracted. Internal drive like something like pushing you to go further. I know my motivation for sure. go far. There's so many different like wise. I feel like this. Why did that thought come across my head. I don't think i'm very money motivated person. I'm a very much success. Motivated person for doing what you love working dating life cheesy. But i do. I do feel like that. Have you thought about that. I feel like. I came to a motivational seminar. Free donuts. if you listen to the self help talk just trying to enjoy a guy thought. He was pouring his heart out. Yeah sh thought she was going to scoop it up drinking like this my heart now and she said care about you. If you're not covered in frost came blamer doughnuts interesting labor's it was very distracting like a presentation like they really gave them like all the best ones that put it right in front of her and she's plus with donuts. This conversation over like a nice steak dinner now. They could have had this conversation in a solitary confinement. Room still would not does not care. She's like why is he balding from the ear going away. What's up with that. Was a little distracting for me. I'm not gonna lie. She obviously loves donuts more than him so bent on dates like that. Though we're not. I wasn't i never do this because i don't take myself that seriously but like even just making jokes and the other person's just not reciprocating at all. They don't seem to care. And i just go. This is not for me. I realise my love. Language is when someone likes my jokes. And i like their jokes. That's my language. That's it if you two should be together a thing you do you like my jokes. 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"karen williams" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

08:04 min | 3 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"You kate me. Tell me wayne you have heard him say racist thing you know is a hell of a drug. The royal family a racist right right there. S a flight with us. Starting right down tonight. We popped the only show you'll see lami love savagely putting on to march. His play had a little time off this week. You could look at it. You pay me and kinda little sweatshirt and a little tight socks. You're feeling like feel sexy. And i think you know what a black person doesn't say you this. We say which. I have two options with nina. Either she says she goes. Listen if you guys have on my twitter page. We're about to talk about tonight. Sharon osborne she's out of her mind now yesterday on the talk. She defended her friend. Piers morgan then demanded her co host. Educate her on racism but instead of listening and she played the victim. I'm asking you again and don't try and cry because anyone should be crying. it should be made. This is the situation you tell me where you have heard him say. Educate me tell me when you have heard him say racist things. Educate me tell me. It is not the exact words of racism. It's the implication and the reaction to it right now. I'm talking to a woman who i believe is my friend and i don't want anybody here to to watch this and we're attacking you for being racist and and that and for that if i articulated i think i think that courage already so all right. So there's a lot to unpack here but let let's talk about some of the things at the top. Is it on cheryl to mute her emotions and explain things awfully to share it to see my friend have to go through this and say you can't cry that it was very very triggering for me for a lot of people i saw your tweets nina and i was like one hundred percent with you. I don't understand if you ask someone a question. Why is it that your intent should be to listen to learn. I felt like yeah. Her intent was to listen to be defensive. Absolute and that's what you felt. That's we all felt for me best. I felt and i was just disappointed in the whole situation. Because that could have been a teachable moment. You know. I think the peer story we've talked about. I think you know share put herself in the in the ring in the arena when she decided to make a public statement. Saying i'm with you. I stand by you as if he is a victim and people have a right to criticize that. And i think you know sharon a saying. Why can't i defend my friend because your friend is is being tone deaf. He's wrong and and not only that your friend is arguably a racist and so you can defend him but people are going to have their opinions about that. What really bothered me. Though is the conversation that sharon to me wasn't coming from a place of honest honesty or really trying to learn it was why is it. I feel like i'm the electric chair. Don't you dare cry. She wanted to weaponize her emotions but didn't want anyone else to his. She knew what she was doing was manipulative. And the fact that cheryl had to speak like this and not move her hands or get passionate because imagine as a black woman sitting there screaming saying q. When the we're going to break passionate. And i get a lot of for it and there's no mallon's hint because when you're black and on tv and opinionated people assume you are aggressive shirl new this. She could not do that because the headlines would have been different. You know i just really. I hate the fact that you know i it just share. Felt silence to me. And it really really triggered me as well as it's created uncomfortable conversations here if i'm keeping it a buck is when you start having these conversations about race when you start having these conversations like real conversations. 'cause that's what i'm about i'm about having real conversations about these like frilly bow on it. I'm a black woman. I'm an entertainment. And i get this every day. I don't get a break. So i'm not getting a break either and i'm here to represent people who have been silenced and i'm not shutting up for anybody and what we're asking for is equality we're asking for equality. We're asking for respect for your thoughts about what you saw houses. You guys said it was so weird as you were saying. And i was like that's how i feel She she was also a cat back into a corner right now. She got scared. She said some really stupid. Show specifically in these moments. And i try and like sympathized with everybody in every situation. I try and go. How did this happen. But i just think this is a situation. Where as soon as you can't just apologize and say i was in the wrong and you know it happens. Plus have good choice guys anyway. You know what i'm saying. Yes exactly ozzy osbourne fifty years. We finally got the royal family on camera responding to megan. and here. He's so prince. William and kate visit a school in london where reporters shouting questions as they walk by. So have you. Have you spoken to your brother. You and can you just let me know that. The royal family a racist. He didn't have to say anything. So what i'm saying. Something says a lot now. Williams says he still has to talk to harry. So how do we imagine well first before we we imagined that phone call goes. What do you guys think about him. Even saying anything had not said anything at that question. We would say that says a lot to like. There's no he's in this situation. Everybody's waiting for him to do or not do something right no matter what. It looks not great until something happens from harry and meghan where they say. Hey we've talked to these people like we're all kind of waiting on on their on their word to forgive and forget well you know it was funny because is interesting. Both he and charles because charles walked away. Yesterday there was a he got thrown a question. Try charles kept walking. He didn't answer. So for william to actually. I think i agree with you is right. it's funny though. They found a bad woman with a four african attire. To stand by if you look at the pitcher. She's in every pitcher with them. So it's not standing next to right. There were two twisted racist. But why does it take so long to do a phone call. It's like well. They don't call his homework. It is this is. we're talking about nations. this is affecting the whole world do it. Somebody do you think it's going to be a three way. Call with the queen like on the other three way call for sure neither of them realize williams make on the phone and meghan the backlash and tell him what else what happens. Hopefully the brothers have conversation. Now we don't usually cover the weather here. At nightly pop but kim kardashian is forecast got a lot of attention. She shared a video of hail outside of our house. Yesterday and social media really had a lot of fun mocking her because she didn't really know the difference between hail and snow.

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"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Solutions America's winning formula Today. Syracuse with driving those 62 yards on 10 plays and ends with an 18 yard touchdown pass from Rex Cole, cover to Anthony quickly. 55 remaining in the second quarter of the Orange lead The fighting Irish 73 Syracuse Offensively Ryan coming into this game, the least productive team in the A C. C when you look at points and yards, but right now they have more total yards more passing yards more rushing yards and more first downs. More points the Notre Dame Well, it's sad to see, but I'm proud of the Syracuse orange for coming out and bring in the five people Forget Syracuse. Yep. They maybe one and nine, but that dog goes away. If you beat Notre Dame you maybe Rex Culpepper. No one knows who you are. They know your dad better unless you show out against Notre Dame. This is the opportunity of a lifetime for a lot of these players on Syracuse, and they're playing like it right now. Special teams were on the field for Syracuse and Notre Dame Syracuse getting ready to kick off from left to right. Just a quick tip. Get there on Rex Culpepper. You're listening to the broadcast. You're likely pulling for Notre Dame, but she could pull for that kid He beat testicular cancer two years ago has been through a lot just to be in this position is Syracuse starting quarterback? From his own two yard line, Chris Tyree across the 10 and 20 on the far side and goes down at the 22 yard line on that return 21 Yard return for the freshman running back. 51 left until halftime. We'll see what he and book can do here and we talked about and quite a bit Ryan before the game. If he wins today, that would be 30 career win something no quarterback in the history of Notre Dame football. Has done and it was interesting talking to him and Tommy Reese yesterday they both openly discussed how much that would mean to him down the road if he does finish as the all time winning his quarterback. At Notre Dame. Right now we trail Syracuse 73 moving right to left on his own 22 from under center. Hands off to Williams across the left tackle spins out to the 30 yard line makes it to the 31. Nice hole. Around the left side there gain of nine safety Rob handle with a tackle and Notre Dame now going wider with their run plays. The ball started on the right hash and Karen Williams got the ball and didn't go up field until he hit the left hash, really stretching the defense for Syracuse and giving Tommy tremble Liam Aiken, Berg time to seal up their blocks and create a hole for Karen Williams to go second one on their own 32 from the shotgun book as a tight end to his right and to his left, takes the snap. Drops back in the pocket stands in, dumps it out of the backfield to the 35 yard line. The Kyron Williams fights out to the 38 on the near hash here, Karen Williams play a little peek A boo with the referee after catching that football is, too found Thompson, the outside linebacker with the tackle after a gain of eight And first down in San Notre Dame on their own 39 yard line, just inside of nine minutes. Now, in the second quarter fighting Irish, you've seen this recently coming from behind the trail, Syracuse 7 to 3. In booking the shotgun here in the near hash on first intent. Snap looks to his right quick throw complete to the 42 yard line. But tackled immediately.

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"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The first quarter. The return team is on the field. Syracuse White jerseys, orange pants, orange helmets kicks the ball off and we are underway in South Bend, Chris Tyree from his own one yard line across the 10 and 15 men of the 18 and goes down at the 20 yard line. And that's the return of 19. For Chris Tyree. The fighting Irish will begin on the 20 yard line is Ian Book dogs out as a 29 and three or within 29 3 record? And we'll see what they dial up early and on the offensive line. Taking a peek there. Josh Lug is starting at center. He started to right guard last week, he kicks inside to take over for Ze Carella. Dylan Givens is your starting right guard 1st and 10 from the 20. He and books from the shotgun takes one step back. Quick fire to the right side, complete at the 25 yard line. And out to the 27 yard line for a gain of seven goes Michel mayor, which is a catch and throw from GM book to the right to Michel Mayor, right on the right numbers, Some pass protection as well. Get Karen Williams go from right to left to block the outside blitz and already putting the pressure on the Syracuse orange. Let them know. Hey, we're coming to play today. I love that call to start the game. No surprise to see Michel Mayor catch a football three plus catches and four of the last five games. Got four in Chapel Hill last week. Kyron Williams detail back to the left of Ian Book on second down three from the shotgun. Hands off inside Going Nowhere is Williams He's met with resistance.

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Book, defense help No. 2 Notre Dame beat No. 25 UNC 31-17

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Book, defense help No. 2 Notre Dame beat No. 25 UNC 31-17

"Ian book threw for two hundred seventy nine yards and a score and ran for forty eight yards is second ranked Notre Dame shut down North Carolina thirty one seventeen you know that they have a really good offense and that they're gonna put points up and you know felt like I was going to shoot on the beginning and we came in at halftime and just believe in what we're doing and keep doing what we're doing and focus one play at a time was the message receiver Bennett Skowronek got Notre Dame its first lead with a thirteen yard run around the right side midway through the third quarter Karen Williams ran for one hundred twenty four yards including a forty seven yard scamper with about five and a half minutes left Williams later scored on the drive to help the average approved and I don't know the tar heels were shut out in the second half after coming out of the locker room tied at seventeen apiece I'm Dave very

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Williams scores 2 TDs, Notre Dame stifles Georgia Tech 31-13

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Williams scores 2 TDs, Notre Dame stifles Georgia Tech 31-13

"Number four Notre Dame tuned up for their showdown next week against number one Clemson with a workmanlike thirty one thirteen win over Georgia tech Georgia tech's Amari Walton scooped up a fumble and rumbled ninety three yards to tie the score at seven early in the second quarter the Irish then rattled off twenty four straight points as extended the record of six oh no five no ACC Ian book was eighteen to twenty six for a hundred ninety nine yards and a touchdown well Karen Williams led the Notre Dame ground game with seventy six yards and two scores I'm Jim Hart

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"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Will have a chance to finish this game the right way. 7 15 left a cz Sorry dogs back to receive the kick off way all wait for Georgia Tech to run their kickoff team on the field where we go, they'd come out there right now and hide out with Trump doesn't change. I am close to its sixth victory of the season. They came in at five and go for it on the A. C C like a possible onside kick. Try here by Georgia Tech placing the ball on the tee right now, Jud Kelly over one of field goals so far today, But I think you're onto something here. The onside kick attempt is coming. He's going to kick. It's in his right There. It is. Dribbles to the right side. The field bounces off a Notre Dame player. Georgia Tech believes they have It looks like it went off Kyra Williams. Yes, they do. Yellowjackets recover. Paul went off Kyron Williams as it was skipping off the turf. It hit him in the chest textbook for George Attack. They'll have first down and 10 now on their own 43 yard line. 7 13 left in the game trail, Notre Dame 31 13. The tough part is Karen Williams caught that they hit the ball hit the ball but eight yards away from the kicks. He's frustrated with himself that the second turnover of day coaches are safe. You're going to go and get it to make sure you go get it and right there. Byron Williams trusted himself, and it just took a funny hop off the turf and Georgia Tech's football Devil Jackets moving right to left. Balm afar hash Jeff Simms 14 out of 23 drops back four man rush. Grows short to his tail back out of the backfield tomorrow gives makes one madness across the 50 running down the near sideline and pushed out of bounds at the 43 yard line. Tariq Gracie and Shawn Crawford combined to make the tackle but gives caught that 12.

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"karen williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:09 min | 8 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Behind book takes the handoff across the left side cuts back across the 10. And brought down football came out. The ball came out it up. Running down the sideline. 50 40 ft race, the Yellowjackets will win to the 10 Touchdown. Georgia scooped up the fumble from Karen Williams was uptown by one. Yea, Thomas, the safety inside the 10 yard line. 89 Yard return for Georgia Tech. 14 42 left in the second quarter. Notre Dame now leads the Yellow Jackets. 7 to 6 in this play really happened because Michel mayor, the freshman grounded coming right to left on that counter play. He went up field didn't see anybody, then went outside. They are their coaches always tell players look inside. If you pull around over there, someone build previous place, and junior Thomas was that player inside been stood up. Byron Williams. That's going to be going to review this here wants in the booth. But that's why those details matter if you come around the corner as a lead blocker, don't go outside. Someone's coming from the inside. And that's what allowed the stop. It's to happen in the first place. Williams also had first quarter fumbled early this season against four states. They're taking a look to see if Kyra is down. We're watching along with can't quite cell yet ruling on the field is it was a fumble return for a touchdown. It's going to be hard to get conclusive evidence one way or another. It looks as though his right he could have been down there watching it again. I believe his right knee looks down before his body hits. So I would be shocked if they kept this, but you also can't ignore the emotion of the moment. And it has to be conclusive. We're getting our best view. Now He's looks as though to me he's down, but again, they have to have conclusive evidence. It's officially being called a 93 yard fumble return for touchdown. The deal stands. Williams fumble Summary Walt 93 Yard return 14 42 left in the second quarter. Notre Dame leads Georgia Tech 7 to 6 as the Yellowjackets line up for an extra point there would side again. Wow. What a 10 year events to Kelly True freshman only one for foreign field goals. The extra point is down kick is up on is good story. Walt scoops up the fumble and takes a 93 yards for a touchdown just as George injured Georgia Tech player in the middle of a field on the six yard line. But as it appeared, Ryan Saturday.

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"karen williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Progression, but we went through his 1st and 2nd progression until he saw Javon McKinley lowered his eyes to find him. As Javon McKinley came left to right and hit him in. The killer turned on the boosters to get the first down. Chiron Williams the tailback, hand off across the right side in trouble brought down before we got to the line of scrimmage on the far numbers tackled at the 42 yard line. That's a tackle for loss by the Yellow Jackets. A loss of three Mari Walton almost got a horse collar as Chris Tyree was coming across to the right and just barely was able to try to turn the corner both back a little bit. That's what created the loss in yard. Jared, Ivy defensive lineman came up with that tackle to bring up second down, 12. Hurry in book on his own 43 yard line. He lines up with shotgun. Three wide receivers to his left looks that way throws underneath, complete across the 15 tackle of the 48 yard line on the near hash. Brock whites picks up 10 yards once again, Notre Dame heavy to the tight ends here to start. Why not? That's an added strength of this team. You have Tommy tremble. Michel mayor by the way, Brock writes a senior who's been producing for you. For five years here at Notre Dame, right? Just his third catch of the season that goes for 10 yards of big 10 yards is now as we hit the 10 minute mark of the first quarter. No score. Notre Dame Georgia Tech, A manageable third down into Ian Book from under center, hands off to William's head down on the middle self sledding across the 45 gets out. To the 43 Yard line. Picks up three only needed to another first down for the Irish. First down and 10 now from the Georgia Tech 43. Karen Williams, really using the rugby strum Teo, get that first down, put his head down before it even hit the line of scrimmage. He knew.

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"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:06 min | 8 months ago

"karen williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"What you want to have happened on the fourth play of the game today, your first time out of the 32nd time out, and that's something where in the NFL very different from college. You know, Ian book is a quarterback and go to the offensive coordinator said. Hey, that can't happen again. I don't care what's happening upstairs. I don't care what players you're looking at. But on a first down right after a big, first down rush First down. Give me a play, given the opportunity to continue to attack find it interesting as well that he and look as we talked about the last two or three games Ryan more and more. He's been lining up under center, which it really is nice for the run game because then the running back, it's a little bit more of a head start of Ian's play action fake mean a little bit more from under center, but he's been from the shotgun. For the previous three snaps of this game and also was lined up there before he called son out time outcomes doing and you heard the whistles blow the fighting Irish job back on. I remember being in the NFL My first practice. Tom Nalen taught me that you could talk back to coach is like, Oh, my gosh, you're gonna get fired. He's gonna probably be in the Hall of Fame. One day isn't bringing fame for 13 37 left in the first quarter. No dame on its first possession, shotgun snap and hands off to Williams up the middle. Fight's over the right side and goes down at about the 38 yard line. Picks up three to bring up second down. Seven tackle made by Elijah Can't see backup defensive tackle for the Panthers. He and book now still looking over to the sideline. Karen Williams remains that sail back to say two. Maybe it's the old school football player. I don't like that whole looked to the sidelines for the place. Give me the plate. They have microphones in the helmet, even play. Let me have my guys two wideouts to the right of the Vulcans on the far drops back to pass three steps. Steps up, keeps himself across the 30 dives out, too. 42 yard line was shod Weaver defensive end there to provide the pressure to bow to force him to run. He picked up two and now they're calling it third down in seven. Patrick Jones applying pressure as well, Tell you something, though Robert pains he had an amazing blitz pick up the corner came after he punched the defense event all the way. To his guard Tommy Kramer, and he got back out to give in book the chance to step up and take off their tight, tight ends. In now. Korean book tremble. A mayor tremble in motion to the left third down and four looks to his left fires, complete to mayor across the 45 across the 50 on the first side of the field and pushed out of bounds, Little crossing route from Ian books right to his left. Wide open was Michel Mayor picks up 13 Yards back completion His books 559th moves him fourth all time in Notre Dame, moving past Ron Wallace, Michel mayor. They're catching that ball on that crossing route right to left, Got underneath Ben Starr. Onyx blocked the wide receiver in between the numbers on the sideline, then went north and south and then through the Pittsburgh defender to the ground and stood over him afterwards. Post in Century book, Pittsburgh's 47 drops back kind of swings. Out to the right over thrown on the cool out Javon McKinley. He's six to that sale well over his head to bring up second down intent on those curl routes. It's important that wide receivers do not gain ground towards the middle of the field and right there. McKinley went up about 12 yards as he came back instead of coming back down the hash. Started crossing over that hash changing where he waas in book Place the great football but not to wear. Jabbar McKinley ran the route. 11 38 left in the first quarter. Notre Dame on its first drive, no score between the Fighting Irish and the Panthers. Second down 10 from the Pittsburgh 47 book from the shotgun steps up. Throws complete to the 45 yard line to Avery Davis on the near side line and runs out of bounds, picked up a low pass down around his ankles and then ran down the near sidelines for 14 Change. Move again. 1st and.

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"karen williams" Discussed on Go All In

Go All In

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"karen williams" Discussed on Go All In

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"karen williams" Discussed on Go All In

Go All In

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"karen williams" Discussed on Go All In

"Yeah I think I don't think you can have really full trust or practice will trust with another if beyond practicing Since about Linzo. Oh my God that's just like such incredible wisdom from grandmaster on the other side of the go. We thank you for sharing that if there's some Australian company corporate directors and CEO's listening and another there is people like that the do listening. Because I gave communication from folks like that on what I didn't know those folks listening and that's kind of what would you say. How could you help them? Let's let's plug your little business this year. So I WANNA say is that it's okay for things going wrong and so k for things to feel like even even I go to the boxes taped that something doesn't feel right on the inside or you're paying them not might not be responding in the expect them to buy you think they should only a block them and Apply more force white. Change it applying Help so it's just learning the skills anyone can learn skills It's not a magic trick. It's not something you're born with random Russian intelligence the ability to build trust and hold people accountable in spice and build a business that thrives on as as inflow as opposed to more struggle. Of course it's going to be challenged is of course is going to be stressed that we don't want to add more to that so the full thing is just adding more to that if we can len the out of influence it's really bad nuance skills the nets what's GonNa help. You think just bought the service right there. Ah Flying more forces in the motto of March. So I'm going to immediately stopped doing that. And thank you for giving that little piece of wisdom in the two million. This podcast appreciates thanking garnered spin one of the funniest podcasts. That I've done of twenty twenty five and I've done a bit already in February. I really enjoyed riffing it here with you for nearly an hour. But I can't let you leave the goal in podcast without putting you in the gut will in podcast as-as hotseat. You're ready to go many. This is something a little bit random a little bit of fun encounter so many different people on my podcast and one of my favorite things to do in the whole world is to travel and I always like to ask people what your favorite holiday destination. Maybe there's some out in there for me well. I wish list is Antarctica and Enj- Reply Bain would be spine in Italy But Yeah I've I've swim in the cold water through the winter so I'd love to my draining to pop in myself in the water in Antarctica at some point in the future article recently. That was listening she so you don't sit there nothing. I'm not really interested in seeing the animals. Actually say folks your. That's pretty cool does. Does that the landscape photography. She's got was that's the scenery is spectacular and the animals is not as many as you might think. And when she on recounts Counselor Slug Yeah. There's some penguins offers and so yeah it was little. It's not like a night show documentary that you watch with David attenborough spent nine years making you know but it's still pretty respected guy. That's fantastic job out SPINA. Haven't been near that's on the list. spying was beautiful experience. But I found that it's been a couple of weeks boss Alana's longtime guys and then went to cost overrun Would have a triple my iron and that was part of the journey of finding myself. I found the award spent five months in Europe in two months incites in. I wasn't finding myself over. You find his So yeah it's fine line of five. Yeah so it's more holidays in the future now that the businesses well in survival mode and thank you for sure not one tell me Karen. What's what's skill that you haven't mastered it any skill to do business or anything and apprentice? What one that I haven't mastered on never will is cooking really ask me? There's some brutal honesty right there. I can sign things. I can't do that. We got this thing called DOT H. Yea this thing called delivery room I worry about it. I had a quiet day. Coming was if you don't want to spend you live in the kitchen. Don't learn. Learn how to cook like that. Now that's that's it that's extreme ownership or I lost one for the podcasting hot seat. What's the what's the best? It's pretty sure business advice that you've ever saved this pace of business advice. Bring substance to. You'll oh I've to your intellectual property bring bring multi to how you communicate idea not just like before you. No you're sharing about just how I draw the name back. I think I need to add some stuff on the one hand. Matt Church is one of my mentors and he's written a book on on this whole idea of expanding you'll thinking that's one a big around Reaching more people being served the people in a way that I want to be served rather than how I wanNA communicate beautifully said beautifully said. I love that that so much. That's awesome okay. Carney fought People want to connect with you. Let's let's remind the listeners. In the view is what's the best way to do that via linked in link Dan I'm Karen Williams Carolinians Dot Com if you go there eh disembowelment links and instagram as well. So that's why you'll find me all pick up the phone giving Cole. It's chat old school. Exactly Ladies Ladies and gentlemen if you're listening to this podcast on just take a little picky show nuts and all of the leads to Karen's website and hose. socials will be this. They don't have to go digging around in Google for him. If you're watching this video on youtube to scroll on down in that right there in the show notes so north as you feed a fine there as well now in Spain an absolute pleasure to have you on the podcast for an our so. I can't let you go without without getting a little bit more of more wisdom from you really if you go potty I think the the pace of WanNa leave paper with is heaven intention have it be clear and compelling choice everyday leading to that and with the gap and I might be wrong but we are. What a why to finish? Thank you so much for coming on the goal in podcast. It's been an absolute pleasure to have you look forward to speaking with you soon. Units Buffet. Now thanks from well. They haven't folks if you WANNA connect with Karen just take a little p-a-k your phone and all of the links to her website. No socials I right there and if you're watching this video on youtube to scroll on down in the details right there in the show notes as well. If you've got a message from feedback for the show you can reach out for the goal all in socials and you can send me an email at anytime. Just visit goal in Dot Com. You'll find out more well that wraps it up for the show that is so whatever it is that you work in on. Whatever you're doing doing get busy get to it and go holy and I'll see you next time.

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"karen williams" Discussed on Go All In

Go All In

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"karen williams" Discussed on Go All In

"Would often we do is resist Let's can be what causes the the tension in on sell inside cells so I don't use the word resilient because for me that's kind of a push energy word and I know that that's not what's intended by it but I totally on board with you around the strengths and they awareness of what that takes and Bang Hold Spice which is a sign. I guess tolerate hone spice. Full the challenges in Bay with those challenges navigate them with presence and Awareness Amos as opposed to put the head down and just forging forward because the nets. That's uncalled stress again. Why coach friend says to me? You've gotta learn to put woods feelings around those things that I don't have any feelings we're talking about feeling robots don't have feelings. She caught a holds up mirror out to be an eagle and look at I look I resist like so hard and I deliberately resist and she knows that I'm going to resist things. She does that kind of poke the bear a little bit and they went to as funny having a might. That's a coach and he's coaching similar people to May and in that ladyship spices offers similar to yours as well which is really interesting Karen thank you so much for giving out the listeners and viewers a little window into your gobelins story and a little bit of your knowledge and wisdom and information. WanNa move off that now and just ask you a little bit about Your Business and what you actually do. Where can people find you? Websites Karen Williams dot com right. Yeah kind of DOT COM Is Waiting on information on instagram at Iron Karen Williams and a little bit of facebook but mostly linked in so Because we're GONNA spice of leadership working with large organizations insane Uranus so do you work with a big organization. What does that look look? Five hundred employees at medium to large and culprit so deflating small business. Not usually because they don't have a lot of budget it's more of a NAS head for them when they're looking at that spice when I get to medium to large Looking at how can we develop. How people So so oh. Yes a Lincoln Sheryl why pay and and Maga spice of accountability collaboration alignment Building that through Charleston. Wesseling Ashley Intelligence. That's farming told me about alignment that's really important. The lime it really does not lie. Is there because it's a long. It was self Values alignment can also relate to your halloway show up every day and with away. Present isn't Stuff so we can earn when we might cripple wrong. We can when we blame me below the line. We'll can with scared so that. Really semaines that alignment and then alignment with Tame Sobek was simulated should teams in creating alignment and unity. And that's really about real conversations being willing to have that conversation conversation Otherwise avoid it goes to the very hot of what you do in corporate culture and company culture and what what do you do. How do you handle it when you come into a workplace? That has some challenges you know. I don't WANNA I don't WanNA toxic workplace spot. Sometimes there's challenges in in an environment where there's a Toco Bonian manager will later. Oh boss something like that. How do you handle those challenges? Yes so usually. The later is seeking being on some sort of development program for his papal and once had a conversation I can say where might name to be native seat. So that usually with the decision Mica with the senior leadership team in with Elias And that's the one on one. Coaching usually with exit team and then grow programs with the Liberals middle-management so on but how I pressured I really for me. It's about finding out the pine where where is it not working for them. How is that showing up so that people aren't holding holding themselves accountable taking ownership? What does that? How does that play out? But then as we get deeper into a conversation I realized potentially they send you ladies on holding people accountable because they don't know how to that have been scaled up to do that. Mostly what we do late as manages the biggest challenges how do we hold a cable cannibalize ill trials. 'CAUSE must they go in and try and control its compensations and make things happen. Because that's how I like doing it themselves. So they try and score. He's excellent trying to tell you. Just do it right. So there's that extreme and then the other extremists will not call the notre which takes things back from paypal. Let may do it all called for you will die. I've accomplished fact Botha disempowering by the later entertain so this Partnership that that is around the intelligence fights and that's when when latest understand that they say what's missing in Business Doodoo lock eight you quoting the assessment and things like that with the behavior profiling intelligence three sixty and that's back from all levels of around those around the team Ronald the latest also sixty feedback tool folks encountered those sorts of things before sometimes. Yeah sometimes I've it with people have done. The whole life has been around during behavior. Profiling is always a new level of negative things out of the coaching and the training that I hadn't seen before which excites me because I know even they've done a lot. The views of it. Let's thought via what could be because we're going to places being before only because I'm done the work on a cell fraud and what about the I don't want to say the teachable. When you're coaching somebody in your taking somebody through the e q assessments and you working with them him on one on one scenario what you must learn so much about yourself in the process of doing that? What you communication pace sometimes? I know that I leave. You've posse instruction to somebody or communicating with a client or something uninteresting or written something and I'll look at it again I'll guy just what communication skills needs much work. I'm a really good communicate because all I do all day is talk but I'm still learning what about you. Are you you constantly learning on leave in the spice of behavioral profiling. So I would hope to think that I've got some strong self-awareness given the work that I've done over these. Yes I'm always learning and I'm always and it's the unconscious because a nine my gaps but sometimes I catch when I play out until afterwards coach. what you would just sharing but When we when we know we know have strengths? them when we know gaps equally. Then that's that's funny that so spicer real influence and power. Because there's no apology but I have to pretend something that. I'm not that I'm scared that I'm not. That's where later becomes extremely influential. Doc and then allow the team to renege APPS and in that space On US compensations and get to work on what's missing a high for that pace. It's missing so so does the bits that white people and have them understand where they got. So yes I do have some always learning but hopefully I play about some Sean Liberal understanding of myself and sometimes when I'm in workshops semi my on my gaps. The infection is so if I had my way I just hope big picture Sha concept all the time I drink drain drain But you got people in a training program that a high compliance that you'll high. Hi Data on the facts and figures. I remember being really conscious about bringing having arrests I lose them. That's something listen muscle. I'm always working interesting right. You got to compensate for those Pasta your personality that I'm not natural you've actually bring them T- conscious Mon and deliver on those pill currently are they some podcasters. Maybe some authors awesome awesome people that inspire you in and around the leadership space on many thinking about that before I can. You probably ask that question. Who did and you haven't got it in front of you? Is There Ladyship Book that you've read recently that you that really sticks out. I'm really into Dr Jonas. At the moment and the connection between mind mind body and how thoughts create out hydro and actions in how that translates into results and so he's Brighton Habit of being yourself south or becoming supernatural because on a real advocate for meditation as well and so understanding. What's driving us into awareness finest in being able to change it so his dating? That's vice leading. Engine on on about lady I want I want what's new in the world. so He's who unconsumed with amendment don't if for that Brunei. Browns were Her grimes because their lawns. Beautifully.

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"karen williams" Discussed on Go All In

Go All In

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"karen williams" Discussed on Go All In

"If we can help just one or two people breakthrough their barriers and get on stock that we would have done our job here on the podcast today. alrighty let's get into this OUGHTA and unfulfilling career in a corporate job Karen realized that there was something much bigger than the regular all nine into five calling up. Now don't get me wrong is absolutely nothing wrong with the nine to five but some people just need to escape in tarrant is one of those people that you would know as is a corporate Escapee after a rocky start to her business a couple of health challenges and generally a hard time Karen finally broke through and she in bodies bodies everything it means to go all in and never quit. Remember the only why that you can truly file it anything that you start as if you quit in in her strength and determination is not only inspiring but it's actually pretty invigorating. There's value bombs to value bomb throughout this podcast on no you you're absolutely going to learn something about not quitting about going oil in and about what it means to hold the line. I'm excited and she sees please help me. In welcoming Darren Williams Karen Williams. Welcome to the gall in podcast. It's great to have really today hero. Thank you thanks for having me well. It's my absolute pleasure. You may or may not know. I'm not sure how many episodes you listen to of mind but leadership is the favorite topic of mine to talk about as an ex. It's military guy and as an entrepreneur and business owner. Not Latest ship is at the forefront of my daily activities so. I'm looking forward to getting into that with you. But before we do any any of that I want to get to know you a little bit and let the audience. The listeners interview gets no you. Why don't you tell us start off by telling us where you're from where I'm from where I live? So so we're at where are you right. Now Melvin and Dan by the by actually on the gunman tyne so I spend quite a bit of time in the saltwater. Enjoy that. It's pretty hot today inside inside the mobile. I grow up but I was wife ten years on my search for meaning just in Sydney Sydney Brisbane sweating go too far but yeah so back to Melbourne is when I started my business I can tell you that there's no much meaning in Sydney and is event wins. Leeann the plenty Queensland very interesting journey as really interesting how you move away went north and then came back. That's actually not a common story. Now I will look sending was too fast to me and Brisbane. The coffee wasn't as great as Melvin side has come back to hot in Brisbane for me the humidity and in what ways down spent a Lotta time there and every time I go there. It's a beautiful place. People a lovely and all that good but just hot so amazing things in Brisbane really beautiful connections. That just wasn't the city for main sir. Melvyn Melvin if I if I had a second choice would probably. I'd probably come to Melbourne as well. That's that's a nice option. Maybe come south at some point in my life. I've got a whole bunch of speaking events coming up down in in Melbourne saw I'll be coming back and forth over the next couple of months But they they north of Tullamarine airport. So it's not really open so as a retreat thing that I'm gonNA speak do some stuff there as well but it will be a frequent thing I've been on there on the weekends somewhat. Come down and go home on Monday so go do nothing. Ah Hanging out some nights down there. That'd be good checking out talking to him item on the other day and then I said to her. Excuse me what's on the weekend for you. And she said well morning we wake up just going to get into the market. Get some fruit and Veg of some coffee as do that. I'm like Oh my God. The sydneysider on the other end of the phone is just gonNA reach through their in ring it connect because we just don't have that here in Sydney the same way you guys do. Yeah what's your family in Sydney and so I was visit Fan But yeah absolutely beautiful beautiful. Tell me how. How long has it been since you're doing what it is that you do in the spice that you're now I'm coach for twenty s which I find that twenty s now and Unites Longtime Longtime but earning that twenty years and you just came out with it like that Thais takes get good at what you do something? Coaching in between send specifically now working with latest contains through the spice of trust full. The LAS AIDS yance learning always is everyday certainly about myself as what's in the way. What's in the way of the Knicks thing? But you know I had breakfast event this morning for women in leadership and I. I love hearing what they've got to share. Because the compensation to the next so for me it's like a CO creation in. Yes I always learning. And the last dance was big breakthrough for me around some new learning neuroscience so tastic. There's always another break sure. Why does it still light you up when you do things for a long time and you do the same thing for a long time? You know new things happen and you look I. That's Kinda cool but it doesn't lie you up at. I destroy you so that's kind of cool. It still does right yet. tidally like leaving Monterey so anything that helps me grow that spice so help clients credit loss. I won't been owned by blood. I guess I love it. I Love Them. We're definitely going to get into some of that in this podcast but before we do. Let's get this goal in crisis out of the white show we. Let's let's do these. People come on over to the Golden Pond Castle Salaam more about others that have gone all in Karen please. Share with US should go lead story or stories and the lessons that you've learned from your commitment to success. Yeah thanks WCHS ROB Music I was working in state government in Queensland and I've been doing some really incredible work was privileged to It justice system and it was in a particular area of facilitating conversations between offenders and victims. And something that really connected for me and I could say the possibility ability of this work. coaching work across in disguise. Like business family and so on but there was not a lot of funding for the in the government of the mind at that time for the program at the same time I personally was still looking full Shows still looking for a night that I can do more than these not alka mortgage but Burn out and I was scared and I didn't really know what they know is scared of pushing myself to found too hard and refussed again and then taking it off helped was so. I didn't know how to navigate that spice. I didn't have things I didn't know how to be well as well as wealthy not really contribute over one or two so we'll see in every area of life relationships virtually financial of that so I was stock. I felt stuck even though I've done a lot of work. Can I had a lot of training. Infinite number of seminars workshops and things and so I was just at that place where I had to on a sort of sucking it up and got going down that direction or draw a line in the sand and in back myself. Even though I didn't know how to do it all hell was gonna look so it was just that it was just full can ride We have many along the way But there was just no why was I was just I was GONNA give up hold on whatever dream it was it was calling me from a solo. Mahat if you want to say and that was why I left that role in Melbourne to start my business your corporate escapee the yet and that was that was when it was this is Scott that world Pretty Windy lintz ended up back in the segment. Excellent yeah HAD TO HAWAII LINE business talked to a lot of people on this podcast about the focus the road. And that's that's actually how podcasts this came to be is looked at my life and and how I approach things go all in on on things. You don't do that every day. Rod Goal in your coffee in the morning. We'll sometimes beer.

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Police Arrest 19-Year-Old Suspect For Texas Club Shooting That Left 2 Dead

The Glenn Beck Show

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Police Arrest 19-Year-Old Suspect For Texas Club Shooting That Left 2 Dead

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"karen williams" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

14:22 min | 1 year ago

"karen williams" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"You can say why don't you call your local one and see if they can get you connected to some help right right which is a lovely lovely thing to be able to do right and and and Mary my wife Mary in in Riverside at Saint Michael's church in that outreach ministries industry. She's been doing there for seven years. there's a tremendous amount of of helping people to learn that there are many resources for them helping to find jobs helping them to find housing in in tapping into the city of Riverside in this particular case because their their resources there that people who are on the streets may not be aware of it all my I'm wondering that about providing resources which is absolutely necessary important and vital at the same time resources are not enough breath and I'm wondering where that community formation is now when I was growing up back way before the Internet Church was a place of not only providing resources in in in relationships but it was a place of learning how to relate and it was a place where at best the church community would say here are better ways of relating to each other so you can meet some needs out there and I'm wondering where we do that today well especially in a multi generational multigenerational generational diverse cultural yet. We're we're all living in this soup called. Southern California and I'm just wondering thing where does that happen. I have four people where do they. Where do they begin to learn how to support each other. I'm not necessarily in giving rides but they had to incorporate people into community. Well I think there there are some real strong connections that we carry forth with us right or or learning how to do things so you you know. I'm a I'm a a preacher's kid. PK and we moved several times when I was growing up and so from that upbringing one of the things I learned was was how important it was to get to know your neighborhood and my parents really understood that church was always a part of it but my main growing up years it was a campus ministry so it wasn't really there weren't other kids. It's the neighborhood was very important when my husband and I moved back to southern California back back in ninety seven. It was very very important for us to find a neighborhood that functioned as a neighborhood where you knew your neighbors and around the neighborhood we live in is just fabulous. I mean we have people who've lived there for twenty-five thirty years. They raised their children there. We we have grandparents to age. You know people are in their eighties and nineties who lived there. We have young families there. It's it's. It's a really wonderful blunt. We we have people who come from all parts of the world it's very very diverse but we get together every Memorial Day Fourth of July Labor Labor Day and New Year's Eve those that that's a standing thing that we do every single year and we are all there for each other and get together other times loosely sleep in a range type of things but we've come to rely on each other in when someone new moves into the neighboring them into the fold you do something to say. We'll see you and we are here now now. I just got off the phone before I came to the show with a friend of mine who is now living in San Francisco was in Chicago and he was asking me he said you know we're living in San Francisco in living in the tenderloin because that's where the law school is my wife is going to and and he said in Chicago I would carry. Are you around McDonald's. you know ten dollars. McDonald's gets cards and when I saw somebody on the streets I would hand them one in and he said No. I'm here in California in San Francisco and when I tried that the people that I tried tried to looked at me and said. Why are you doing that in and he said I have a heart for these folks and I don't know what to do? Well the the thing that I've so you're saying that the the the person who's on the street doesn't want to receive did not want to receive in in what I'm wondering is in with this this homelessness and he said it's increased by thirty percent in the last two years in San Francisco. I'm wondering wondering if we have in our minds when we lost community to a large extent and you're talking about places where there are is community. I'm wondering if when someone is homeless that they become part of another community separate from US absolutely right now that that is a divide in to me when you know people talk about how we are politically and economically divided. I think we're also socially divided because we begin to say well. They're not one of us because they don't have a mortgage and and so what I'm wondering what he asked me was what do I do and I said the first thing you have to do. Is You have to build relationships absolutely and and absolutely lutely. I won't share a story with you that I've something that has happened a number of times for me. One of the things that you see when people around around homeless folk is that they are fearful and what I say is have a conversation so if there's somebody standing outside my grocery store and I see them there. I will typically stop and I will reach out my hand and say my name is Karen. What's yours the they'll hesitantly. Take Take my hand but give me had given me their name and then I'll say tell me your story what what's going on for you. And how are you here and what I found. That's so incredible bull besides the fact that we can have this dialogue and then I can pro Habsburg provide some direction and information to the individual people coming out of the grocery. I restore will reach into their sack of food will give them something they'll give them money but just by the fact that I'm standing there makes it safer for them to come in. Have that interaction talk about that. what is it that causes us to fear fear the other. That looks is it's the looks unshaven hair messed up clothes not tidy. I think think it's bigger than that. I think that that might be on a very basic level but I think through some bigger fear of I don't know what to do how to help this person and that's the question that I have with with this. What I was talking with my friends. San Francisco is if I believe that I am here to help them. That must mean that they can't help themselves. So for some people there are some people who prefer very few but there there is a small percentage who are not going to want your help or my health right especially. The people who have learned learned to live on the street and they have a community. I mean that's part of the problem you see when people are broken apart and now moved into emergency shelter quick look did along the river trail right way built their communities and it was something that was safe for them. One of the nonprofits here had told me I was was very interested in their direct mail campaign and I said it's so interesting to me that your pieces never show a mother and a child on the outside envelope. When that is who you serve it primarily. You always have a guy and what I was told was that when they have test marketed it when they have a grizzled grizzled old guy on the front of it. Everybody has an uncle the great uncle somebody that they've got somewhere in their families fear that they know like that that they will say okay. I need to donate money because this person needs help but when it shows a mother and a child it scares the people because it could be them. isn't that interesting could be. I thought that was so fascinating sort of there for the grace of God go i. That's it well but to me again. All of the resources that we put toward the other are very important. I just wonder where we develop the relationship that is is probably the most valuable thing about being a human being because if if I don't if if because of trauma or or abuse physical emotional sexual in my childhood I have difficulty relating to other people. How do I get beyond that and in it's the extreme would be mental illness but most of us are living in that range right and I am just wondering what we in this community how we how we welcome people into the community how we show show people how to how to well respect would be one but how to interact with people. I mean just imagine seeing someone who is different is homeless and sometimes has a sign out there saying I you know need need this for my child or for this or AH the other it certainly important to share resources but it seems to me that it's also important to share the respect that one would give another human being to hear their stories and I wonder how often we really do that. I'm going to save for those who are not outreach workers. I would say it's probably fairly rare. I think you can even take it back to how many of us when we're in a retail situation say please and thank you to the person who's serving us. you know I mean it gets to that point it used. I used to be that the interconnection between people with so much stronger and it might be because somebody knew your parents your sister or whatever there was some some kind of familial or neighborly connection but I think that both the the fact everybody's moved along is moving at such a quick pace and have forgotten some just basic relationship components I will also tell you one of the things that's interesting and I and I would I found it very educational for me personally and for our staff a number of years ago when we were doing the point in time count of we actually hired homeless folks not just for the day of the count but we hired them to come in and work in our office US and so they were with us for about four months of of time and these were people who were living in emergency shelter out on the street and what we found was US to me. You could almost see coming into an environment where you you almost like muscle memory. You could see them say okay okay. I've been in a normal place before I can do this but not have the stress on them during the day of figuring out where to get water where to get coffee where to use the bathroom not having to deal with any of that and they were in a safe environment it was incredible and we were able to teach them some office skills you know word excel whatever things that we needed hope with and it was tools that they could take with them and I'm pleased to say several of those folks and not only we're able to get house to permanent housing. Were also able to get jobs. I mean you think about it of the people that we have that are homeless. If we just did a buddy up system what we could do what Mary's experience in Riverside was. She had a dream of taking saint. Michael's Church has a particularly large large I'll has French doors on one side all the way down but it's a large. I'll on one side of the of the Church and her dream. The literally a dream was that there would be long tables all the way through with tablecloths and candles flowers for people to come and have dinner. GonNa Thursday night well. She made that happen. She brought that to be but she said this is not going to be US feeding them. This is going to be them feeding each other and we are part of that them and so she helped him get food handler's licenses she found people people who had who were felons coming out of prison but happened to be cooks and knew how to cook for two hundred people and so after seven years years of that that group functions on their own it is their place in..

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"karen williams" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

15:23 min | 1 year ago

"karen williams" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"To navigate navigate the system of the different programs and services here in Orange County. What does that mean what that means is that when you're in a crisis the situation and I think we're very realistically. We kind of joke about it but we say everybody. Is only six seconds away from a crisis right. It could be that car slam. Stop Stop suddenly and you bump into them or you could have a child who ends up getting injured somehow. You could have a situation where you've got a sister. Who who is in a domestic violence situation doesn't know where to go? You could have a cousin who's a veteran who's having a problems re entering into the community. You could know somebody in your neighborhood who has a family member who has become homeless because they've lost their job. What two one one does in strictly by dialing the number two dash one dash one. It's the same thing that's dialing nine. One one you get connected to took us and we have access to over three thousand programs here in Orange County they run run the the gamut from connecting people to shelter programs if they're looking for housing to connect those who are part of a domestic violence situation to a program that can keep them safe and secure we can connect people transportation options in the community legal services just about everything worded to one one come from well the genesis of two one what is really an interesting interesting one here in Orange County. We actually started in nineteen eighty four thirty five years ago when a number of the hospital saw that there was a need for away to connect people to the health and human services here in Orange County however at the two one one number actually came about in two thousand in in four when a number of what we call ourselves in for information referral specialists across the State got together and petitioned petition the California California Puc to get the number so there is a two one one in every community in here in Orange County. We've got ninety seven percent percent coverage. I think within the state of California this one up in L. A. County Riverside San Bernardino San Diego and obviously Orange County that Cetera what each of the individual to do is they get to know the community resources and make sure that they have a good idea of what what type of programs are offered and who they can see. It's it's to help streamline the path to the appropriate resource interestingly distinctly enough to one one as a whole really took off in two thousand and five when Hurricane Katrina hit when I talked to one as a whole I mean and nationwide and when that situation occurred and it's no different than here in California if we have an earthquake or wildfires right you have people who've never ver- needed to tap into the social services safety net who all of a sudden need to figure out how to get help because they've lost their home they can't move back into their home for whatever reason united way saw an down in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina that there was the need to build this into more of a robust system in the country so there are two hundred forty two one ones of those half of them are what I would call owner operated by the United way by the local united ways. The rest of us are independently run but we all have a good relationship with the local united way. I'm curious about what we did before before we needed to one one. I'm assuming that there was a time before two one one where there was a a need and I wanNA push back before that too before there was a need. How did these these he's social traumas. How did we deal with them then. Will I think there are a couple of things so this is pre nineteen eighty-four. Are you thinking so yeah for that. So I think obviously it has something to do with our social services network right. I think that there was a stronger longer sense of community and neighborhood one of the things I've found so interesting here an Orange County is if you go back to pre the beginning of our organization in in eighty four I think there were maybe a million people living here in Orange County. the thirty four cities towns operated very independently there were geographic barriers between them but I think that within each of the community unity say operated fairly the independently and and they they relied on themselves so if you think about it much more of a net a neighborhood network with the expansion of course we're over three million people here in that growth came pretty fast and so you think about the stress rests on the system. I think we're just at the point. Now is a community that we really are building out systems of care which is always a challenge right because you have people who are still very familiar with operating things independently who are now having to work in in a collaborative way but I do think societally if we take a look at it I mean for me one of the things I really see he is with the growth that we're seeing with baby boomers becoming our elderly now and the stress on the system what we're calling our silver tsunami soon Nami that we're really concerned about people losing their housing because a up one partner spouse dies and now they're down to one social the social security monthly check. They don't have the two people are no longer living with their family. I that yeah the no longer living with their family in what I'm curious about is do. They even have a relationship with their family right well. That's a good point. I mean I- anecdotally just for myself myself. I have a father who's ninety three or about to turn ninety three who lives in Colorado and he's still is living on his own very independent. He's it's great health. His doctor told me physiologically as is that of a seventy five year old which is Great but we've had conversations stations about him moving out here with us and I've had friends and I'm talking friends who are are seniors themselves who have said Oh. You don't WanNa do that because it's as if it would disrupt your life well. I come from a family where we do that. Type of thing wouldn't even cross my mind not to do that but I I think that's the exception versus the rule at least hearing California. I don't know if it's true across the country but I at least Orange County well. I I have heard about the the baby boomer's being the sandwich generation. we find ourselves in a place where we're helping our children and through them our grandchildren and the same time we're paying attention to our our parents and and and and that to me is a part of the community that that that deals with issues here in in now when things get out of hand or more than we have out of the resources. Mrs Or the contact with resources to deal with it would seem to me then something to one would become very important almost most like a safety net but not the place of I the the play the first place we're going to call We're going to look at each other. We're going to and be dealing with the family and I'm wondering if that's what was then and that there was a process of love. I don't know a lot of people moving in without their families to California a lot of immigrants coming in in I wonder if if part of providing resources is also providing a path back to the development of community yeah I think that having a path back to the development community is very important I would say that where we function as a safety net as an example would be if you have somebody who has a senior parents but they don't know that they can sign up for cal fresh and they could get an additional fifty dollars that would help towards their groceries or they might be looking for senior daycare if you will and they they wanna make sure that they're there are adult. Their parent is taking care of during the day by going someplace we can connect to those resources. We have fabulous new program called to one ride ride so someone has a computer they can just log onto to one one right dot. Org or they can call us but it actually taps into all the transportation tation Multi County L. A. Riverside San Fernando Dina and Orange County that taps into what it will cost. If you take a bus awesome what the routes are the train etc and are there nonprofits who can actually come to you to pick you up or with the Trans. OC Ta with with our bus system if you actually need to have somebody who can take a wheelchair or needs to walk you up to the door a demand response what I think the adult children of those seniors would be glad to know that there's that kind of resource right one of the things I found when I talked to baby boomers who are part of that sandwich. situation generation is that they they need to know the two one one is across the country so if they have a call from an adult child who has come to rely on them strictly for financial support there is a little bit of pushback where you can say why don't you call your local one and see if they can get you connected to some help right right which is a lovely lovely thing to be able to do right and and and Mary my wife Mary in in Riverside at Saint Michael's church in that outreach ministries industry. She's been doing there for seven years. there's a tremendous amount of of helping people to learn that there are many resources for them helping to find jobs helping them to find housing in in tapping into the city of Riverside in this particular case because their resources there that people who were on the streets may not be aware of it all my I'm wondering that ah about providing resources which is absolutely necessary important and vital at the same time resources are not enough breath and I'm wondering where that community formation is now when I was growing up back way before the Internet Church was a place of not only providing resources in in in relationships but it was a place of learning how to relate and it was a place where at best the church community would say here are better ways of relating to each other so you can meet some needs out there and I'm wondering where we do that today well especially in a multi generational multigenerational generational diverse cultural yet. We're all living in this soup called Southern California and I'm just wondering I mean where does that happen. I have four people where do they. Where do they begin to learn how to support each other. I'm not necessarily in giving rides but incorporate people into community. Well I think there there are some real strong connections that we carry forth with us right or or learning how to do things so you you know. I'm a I'm a a preacher's kid. PK and we moved several times when I was growing up and so from that upbringing one of the things I learned was how important it was to get to know your neighborhood and my parents really understood that church was always a part of it but my main growing up years it was a campus ministry so it wasn't really there weren't other kids. It's the neighborhood was very important when my husband and I moved back to southern California back back in ninety seven. It was very very important for us to find a neighborhood that functioned as a neighborhood where you knew your neighbors and around the neighborhood we live in is just fabulous. I mean we have people who've lived there for twenty-five thirty years. They raised their children there. We we have a grandparent's age. People are in their eighties and nineties who lived there. We have young families. It's it's it's a really wonderful blunt. We have people who come from all parts of the world it's very very diverse but we get together every Memorial Day Fourth of July Labor Labor Day and New Year's Eve those that that's a standing thing that we do every single year and we are all there for each other and get together other times loosely sleep in a ranch type things but we've come to rely on each other in when someone new moves into the neighboring them into the fold you do something to say We'll see you and we are here now now. I just got off the phone before I came to the show with a friend of mine who is now living in in San Francisco was in Chicago and he was asking me he said you know we're living in San Francisco in the living in the tenderloin because that's where the law school is my wife is going to and and he said in Chicago I would carry around McDonald's you know.

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"karen williams" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"karen williams" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"We are going to have a great conversation conversation today with my long time friend Karen Williams who is CEO of two one and I want to welcome to welcome Karen to the pill four five and once you tell us what is two one one. I'll thanks so much for having me and thanks for giving me this this opportunity to share with the community what we do to one one if you think about it in a nutshell provides hope to people when they're looking for help to navigate navigate the system of the different programs and services here in Orange County. What does that mean what that means. Is that when you're in a crisis the situation and I think we're very realistically. We kind of joke about it but we say everybody's only six seconds away from a crisis right. It could be that car slam. Stop I stopped suddenly and you bump into them or you could have a child who ends up getting injured somehow. You could have a situation where you've got a sister who is in a domestic violence. Situation doesn't know where to go. You could have a cousin who's a veteran who's having a problems re entering into the community. You could know somebody in your neighborhood who has a family member who has become homeless because they've lost their job. What two one one does in strictly by dialing the number two dash one dash one. It's the same thing that's dialing nine. One one you get connected to into us and we have access to over three thousand programs here in Orange County they run run the the gamut from connecting people to shelter programs if they're looking for housing to connect those or part of a domestic violence situation to a program that can keep them safe and secure we can connect people transportation options in the community. legal services just about everything worded to one one come from well. The genesis of two one one is really an interesting interesting one here in Orange County. We actually started in nineteen eighty four thirty five years ago when a number of the hospital saw that there was a need for away to connect people to the health and human services here in Orange County however at the two one one number actually came about in two thousand in four when a number of what we call ourselves in for information referral specialists across the State got together and petitioned Titian the California California Puc to get the number so there is a two one one in every community in here in Orange County. We've got ninety seven percent percent coverage. I think within the state of California this one up in L. A. County Riverside San Bernardino San Diego and obviously Orange County that Cetera what each of the individual to do is they get to know the community resources and make sure that they have a good idea of what what type of programs are offered and who they can see. It's it's to help streamline the path to the appropriate resource interestingly tinley enough to one one as a whole really took off in two thousand and five when Hurricane Katrina hit when I talked to one as a whole I mean and nationwide and when that situation occurred and it's no different than here in California if we have an earthquake wildfires right you have people who've never for needed to tap into the social services safety net who all of a sudden need to figure out how to get help because they've lost their home they they can't move back into their home for whatever reason united way saw an down in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina that there was the need to build us into more of a robust system in the country so there are two hundred forty two one ones of those half of them are what I would call owner operated by the United way by the local united ways. The rest of us are independently run but we all have a good relationship with the local united way. I'm curious about what we did before before we needed to one one. I'm assuming that there was a time before two one one where there was a a need and I wanNA push back before that too before there was a need. How did these these yes social traumas. How did we deal with them then. Will I think there are a couple of things so this is pre nineteen eighty-four. Are you thinking so for that so I think obviously it has something to do with our social services network right. I think that there was a stronger longer sense of community and neighborhood one of the things I've found so interesting here. an Orange County is if you go back to pre the beginning of our organization in eighty four I think there were maybe a million people living here in Orange County. the thirty four cities towns operated very independently there were geographic barriers between them but I think that within each of the community entity say operated fairly independently and they they relied on themselves so if you think about it much more of a net a neighborhood network with the expansion of course where over three million people here and that growth came pretty fast and so you think about the stress rests on the system. I think we're just at the point. Now is a community that we really are building out systems of care which is always a challenge right because you have people who are still very familiar with operating things independently who are now having to work in a collaborative way but I do think societally if we take a look at it I mean for me one of the things I really see he is with the growth that we're seeing with baby boomers becoming our elderly now and the stress on the system what we're calling our silver tsunami soon Nami that we're really concerned about people losing their housing because a up one partner spouse dies and now they're down to one social the social security monthly check. They don't have the two and people are no longer living with their family. I that yeah no longer living with their family in what I'm curious about is do they even have a relationship with their family right well. That's a good point. I mean I- anecdotally just for myself I self I have a father who's ninety three or about to turn ninety three who lives in Colorado and he's still is living on his own very independent. He's it's great health. His doctor told me physiologically as is that of a seventy five year old which is Great but we've had conversations nations about him moving out here with us and I've had friends and I'm talking friends who are are seniors themselves who have said Oh. Oh you don't WanNa do that because it's as if it would disrupt your life well. I come from a family where we do that. Type of thing wouldn't even cross my mind not to do dad but I I think that's the exception versus the rule at least here in California. I don't know if it's true across the country but at least tyranny Orange County well I have heard about the the baby boomer's being the Sandwich Generation we find ourselves in a place where we're helping our children and through them our grandchildren and the same time we're paying attention to our our parents and and and and that to me is a part of the community that that AH deals with issues here in in now when things get out of hand or more than we have out of the resources uses or the contact with resources to deal with it would seem to me then something to one would become very important almost most like a safety net but not the place of I the the play the first place we're GONNA call We're going to look at each other. We're going to and be dealing with the family and I'm wondering if that's what was then and that there was a process of love I dunno a lot of people moving in without their families to California a lot of immigrants coming in in I wonder if if part of providing resources is also providing a path back to the development of community yeah I think that having a path back to the development community is very important I would say that where we function as a safety net as an example would be if you have somebody who has a senior parents but they don't know that they can sign up for cal fresh and they could get an additional fifty dollars that would help them towards their groceries or they might be looking for senior daycare if you will and they they want to make sure that they're their adult. Their parent is taking care of during the day by going someplace we can connect to those resources. We have fabulous new program called to one ride ride so someone has a computer they can just log onto to one right dot. Org or they can call us but it actually taps into all the transportation tation Multi County L. A. Riverside San Bernardino and Orange County that taps into what it will cost if you take a bus awesome what the routes are the train at such right and are there nonprofits who can actually come to you to pick you up or with the Trans. OC Ta with with our bus system if you actually need to have somebody who can take a wheelchair or needs to walk you up to the door a demand response what I think the adult children of those seniors would be glad to know that there's that kind of resource right one of the things things I found when I talked to baby boomers who are part of that Sandwich situation generation is that they they need to know the two one one is across the country so if they have.

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"karen williams" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"karen williams" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This kind of stuff University College of London's son Hanley is a scholar of the Prague Spring, the whole idea the proxy spring was that they were going to create a of socialism, which was more democratic more liberal and more in keeping with the country's traditions. They called it socialism with a human face. Another scholar of the Prague Spring Drake university's Karen Williams says hard line Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, did not see it that way Brezhnev says to check what is all this talk about socialism the human face. Do you really think we're not human that? We don't have human faces what irked Brezhnev. The most says Williams was Dubcek's decision to lift press censorship when Brezhnev would be haranguing check over and over it came back to itemizing all the things that were in that week's check like newspapers that offended him in alarm tip. And trick says, yes, yes, comrade, I will take care of it. He does nothing. That's another prog emigre Boston university's eager Lucas. He says Dubcek whatever his intentions was unable to stop what he'd started. He also fell in love with the love that he started feeling from the public that believed that he was somehow making them free or giving them freedom in the summer of nineteen sixty eight Dubcek and others met with Soviet leaders at a border town yon Julich says via Skype that encounter was prematurely declared a success. They said it's be sorted. They understand us. It'll be alright anybody relief and went on holiday, and then they invaded. In the middle of the night on August. Twenty first nineteen sixty eight Soviet tanks with no warning rolled into Prague eager. Lucas was eighteen at the time. It was initially unclear what it was. Then we discovered that. This was the Russian armor sort of slowly making its way to center, the.

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