19 Burst results for "Karlie Kloss"

"karlie kloss" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

05:28 min | Last month

"karlie kloss" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"With classy provide hardware provide meals we do so any scholar. Hardware we send them a Mac book and we will try to eliminate every barrier. So when we normally have camps, we pay for their Uber's for them to get to camp if they wouldn't be able to otherwise we pay for school lunches we really go out of our way to to eliminate barriers to entry and I think that this conversation on the digital divide needs to be more the forefront because of the inequality of just being able to even have access to a described for listeners the digital divide from a high level the digital divide refers to the gap that exists between individuals who have access to modern information and communication technology and those who lack access. People with a laptop in a online connection and people with that. And so I think it's All that that's a conversation I. Wish we were King and Queen of the forest but. That would be something I sincerely and worried about the the learning deficit of students who will not have access to the equipment and a the Wifi. Connection to be able to access school at inequality learning experience, and I think that is going to have long term impact something that's very real and it's something that I'm starting to to focus on how I can help and so if I figure out how to wave the magic wand and I will call you well, there's probably not a magic one. This is something I've thought about a what is. The longest journey starts with a single step. If, we can get one person in a disadvantage neighborhood connected. Then she might be able to include her friends and then they can work their way out you know and find places to get online and so on. But. The whole idea I just tell everybody got a vote. Voting is war. We've just got to make our voices heard. Voices heard to chance black lives. Matter is just reminded us all just how this longtime problems have been festering for depending how you reckon about four centuries, and so it's all part of this greater whole by not including people it leads to a conflict and and further systemic inequality. No. Corey Wayne Corey. Bill. I hear a lightning that might usher in the lightning round of fast questions that will provoke. Answers from you. If you could be an academic in any scientific field, what would it be Oh quantum physics? Why 'cause I'm so fascinated by it that I want to understand next at, you'll be the first in the world really. Is there a science to modeling? there. In a way well, here's the science to acting in my opinion. Yeah, and so modeling when I watch, you work the one day I went. Wow, man that's she's an actor there she she's an actress air quite the supermodel yourself. Sorry. Sure. So what is your favorite episode? Put this in here? What is your favorite episode of Bill? Nye Saves Oh. Yeah. I to Japan. She went to Italy go ahead listen don't make me choose my favorite I. Loved All seasons of Bill Nye saves the world, but my personal favorite episode was the one that I got to go to. To learn about vertical farming and I met the godfather of vertical farming. You know got to interview the scientists working on a scaling that a solution. Writer episode excellent episode, excellent episodes. Nolan. In. The lightning round and it's pouring down rain in here but you carly cost just jumps in I remember you're on stage and you had to read the teleprompter the mythic thing way off in the distance with. And I said of you ever done this before. Sure. Sure Yeah. But apparently you never had but just figured it out. It was cool. All right. Tell you make it bell Point what is your favorite APP? Do you have a favorite APP? Could Cross favorite APP that you've written? I would say. Just, my my girls, my scholars APPs I mean Sofia Zach Redone is really impressive. We've got your right now we're favorite scientists of all time. Difference Brazen you know I think it's such a bad ass is eight a lovelace she was out Lord Byron's daughter. She was one of the first computer scientists she did work with fair day and she was just like it's such a baller and. died early and I think she could have done so much more lifetime. If she would have lived longer, you must tell these stories to your scholars. Just, imagine if Eddie lovelace, we're able to hear that someday she'll be referred to as a baller the to be remembered all these years later, it'd be quite a. I think he'd be ashamed appreciate. No sure. She would what do people not understand about coding that it's a language it's a logic based language. You just learn it. There you go. What people not understand about modeling that..

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

10:14 min | 9 months ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"Today's episode is sponsored by Estee. Lauder the nighttime skin-care expert. We will explain what we mean in a bit but first let's get into the episode. You have to realize your limits. I've realized that when I pushed myself too hard it doesn't serve me. It actually is so counterproductive because when you reach that burn out you feel so empty and so you're not doing yourself any justice and I think what I've learned is to have balance in my life and to really take time and prioritize time to protect my mental and physical health. I'm Carly's Aitken. I'm Danielle Weisberg. Welcome to skin from the couch. This podcast is where we go deep on career advice from women who have lifted from the good stuff like hiring and growing team to the rough stuff like negotiating your salary and giving or getting hard feedback. We started the skin from couch. So what better place to talk it all out than where. It began on a couch today. We have carly cloth with us on skin from the couch since walking in her first fashion week at age fifteen curly has become one of the most famous supermodels in the world. She's been on the cover of Vogue over forty times and has been the face of countless global campaigns. And she's also an entrepreneur as an avid coder herself carly founded the nonprofit coding bootcamp code with Glossy. The program started with just twenty-one scholarships in two thousand fifteen and it has now grown to over fifty camps in twenty five cities and as if she wasn't busy enough she's also the new host and executive producer of project runway on Bravo Carly. We are so excited to have you here. Welcome to skip from the couch. Thank you so much for having me. Can I tell you guys? I walked into your office today and I am so proud of you. Holy Moly won't let you almost a decade ago or what feels like you're you know you guys have come so far and you felt such an incredible company as an avid scheme reader and listener. I'm honored to be here being very kind of you. Were thrilled to have you. So we're going to start off the way we start off all of our podcast which is. Skim your resume for us. Yes well I have a very non linear path. My resume kind of goes all over the place but my career started funny enough when I was walking them. All in Saint Louis at the age of thirteen and I was stopped and asked if I had ever been interested in being a model and at that time my life my world was sports and school and ballet and being a very tall skinny awkward midwestern girl that Nogoya was paying any attention to I was insecure. And the idea of modeling was so nothing that I had any kind of exposure to or incite. The fashion world was just not a part of my existence so I had never considered it and was kind of surprised by Somebody asking me if I would want to be a model and I ask a question right there that I've always wanted to ask. When you hear these stories I would be like. This man is trying to kidnap me. Like how did he not think? This is a scam. First of all my sister was so my sister had a similar experience which and she was asked to be a model and she had to pay like fifteen hundred dollars to get headshots. It was it was a scam. It was the whole thing and so I was super weary and I was like Oh this is not having to me that people who had scouted me in the mall that day were very legitimate and the whole thing that they were scouting for was a local charity. Show to raise money for a local family so I was like all right sure. This is interesting. I'm thirteen years old at the time and I'm and I don't take it very seriously but I it kind of is in the back of my mind and I stay in touch with these agents and fast forward to when I'm fifteen. I come to New York for the first time. It's the same week that I'm starting my freshman year of high school so fifteen years old first week of high school and first time that I come to New York for New York Fashion Week and I don't plan on walking New York Fashion Week but get booked for this exclusive with Calvin Klein and it's this crazy. Surreal moment where. I'm walking in this show and immediately in kind of in front of all the top editors and photographers in the industry. And that puts me on the map and that pretty much overnight started a very fast paced intense career in fashion. So I go back home and I kind of starting to figure out. How am I going to balance this career because I have my agents on the phone saying Gucci and Milan wants to have you as an exclusive? You know they're going to pay you an obscene amount of money you know and then you're going to go to Paris after that walk in Paris fashion week and I kind of 'em in this moment where like okay and what am I going to do. My parents really supported me and my teacher is my principal. Were really supportive and allowed me to kind of chase this opportunity and I think that was really important inflection point where I had the support behind me at home to allow me to pursue this 'cause fashion is such a funny world. I don't think if I would have jumped at that moment if I would've let it pass. I don't think things would have happened for me In the way that they did and so anyway four years of high school I was back and forth on a plane between Saint Louis New York Milan Paris London Russia China. And kind of living this double life you guys would get this reference Hannah Montana Yeah. I had the best of both worlds the best of both worlds because I was traveling between my little suburb in St Louis Missouri. And I had the best of this kind of small town adolescence. But then also exposure to all of this amazing travel that was and meeting the greatest creatives and fashion or music or art or business and my view of the world was really shaped through the through this time and this experience so before. This person comes up to you in the mall your thirteen year old. What did you think you wanted to be when you grow up so I wanted to be a doctor or a kindergarten teacher? Those were the two career paths that I had envisioned because I love learning. I Love Science and I love helping others as Cliche as that sounds. I always kind of wanted to be able to have skills that I could help people and I always thought a Doctor. You know no matter where in the world they are can use these skills and tangibly help somebody else. Same thing with a teacher and so that was kind of my life goal at thirteen years old as well as you can kind of know yourself or know what you want. Do with your life while I'm in this kind of really crazy intense moment of high school and building. This really fast paced intense career. I kind of in the back of my mind. I'm always like you know what I'm going to go back to school. This modeling career is not a career. It's after school hobby. It's an interesting moment in my life but it's not who I am. It's not what I'm going to do with my life so my after school hobby was like student government. I WANNA turn your family having all these adults nickname adults being like. We're GONNA take your fifteen year old daughter to Milan and then we'll probably have posed for us and you know scantily clad stuff. What were their reaction will first of all. My parents came with me everywhere. Whether it's my mom or my dad or my grandmother or my aunt or my teacher or my neighbor. I mean someone was always with me because I was fifteen years old and like you said in these really intense situations. I was always really mature and always was very professional. I always saw kind of my role as a model in a very professional way. I was not interested in going to the clubs. It was a job for me and my parents really were sacrificing a lot for me to be able to do this. You know. I have three sisters and we had. It was really intense time at home. I was very aware of how my entire family was really supporting me to be able to chase this dream but anyway so then those four years of high school really crazy double life and you have to understand. This is before social media. I mean thank God thank God and I'm so grateful for that because I really did have the best of both worlds. I would go home to Saint Louis. None of my friends had any idea nor were they interested about what was happening on the Chanel couture runways or in the pages of vogue like nobody was paying attention. Could you share any of it? Did you try to share any of it so I have five amazing friends who are like my rise and we've known each other all some sense. We were three years old some sense sixth grade. I mean they were my nearest near us at my wedding. We are each other's chosen family and I feel so lucky for that. And they were there for me in every way that they could be they obviously also didn't have any kind of understanding nor did. I expect them to but they were so supportive and just always always helped me honestly. Just jump back normalcy. Like go to that Lane Party on Saturday night and I think because there was no social media it really allowed me to be able to have a very normal teenage life and I think that is why I'm saying an or some what you're saying. I'm very big on structure and as you know one thing that I always always do. Every single day is take off my makeup before I go to bed. You know what I don't do everyday take off your makeup before you go to bed. That's disgusting I WANNA clarify. I've gotten really good at the last year because off your makeup yet because I feel like I'm getting older and I'm becoming much more rigid about my night Karen skin routine so one thing that helps us estee lauder advanced night repair serum. It definitely helps our skin from showing up late or did bad..

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Karlie Kloss nasty blind item it's nasty nasty all right Colleen and sunny try to solve this nasty blind item mystery really some of the recent interview between this famous police agency and the disgrace actor dealt with two under age residents of that country who had nothing to do with the actor but everything to do with the royal who was present at the same time as the actor when it happened okay so I want you to think about a famous police agencies Gavin yard yes give yourself a day good good I had sold my mama just told me this weekend it is a famous police it is the really universe just came together so doing for the Scotland Yard okay now we have to think about a disgrace after and we have to think about a royal I think this is Kevin spacey's the disgraced actor day okay and then the oil yes now we have to think about a royal now I'll give you guys some hints this royal is a member of the British royal family is this royal in line for the throne I don't think so and if they are in line for the throne it's pretty deep on the bench okay all right I will tell you that if you're going to well we'll get into it let's just solve this person now this person has a couple of daughters who are royal and a famous ex wife prince Philip no I mean what's his name that fill up for ease yeah Joseph J. come jolly and I was just going to go through all kinds of names.

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Karlie Kloss weds Joshua Kushner in intimate ceremony in upstate New York

24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Karlie Kloss weds Joshua Kushner in intimate ceremony in upstate New York

"News. Jared Kushner's brother Josh's off the market, marrying, supermodel. Carla Kloss the wedding in upstate New York. Thursday was kept under wraps until clause posted a photo on Instagram of the two of them in their wedding gear with ten eighteen twenty eight written underneath about eighty guests attended the small Jewish wedding Josh's brother, Jared is a vodka

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Bravo Announces New Project Runway Host and Judges, Including Karlie Kloss and Christian Siriano

Kate Dalley

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Bravo Announces New Project Runway Host and Judges, Including Karlie Kloss and Christian Siriano

"It's returned to Bravo project runway. We'll have Carly clause as host and executive producer and Christian Syria knows mentor for the rebooted franchise. Nina's Garcia will be back as a judge along with newcomer judges Brandon Maxwell, he's a designer and journalist and former teen vogue editor in chief. Elaine Welt, or what Ross excuse me the series is currently in pre production and will premiere next year. Remember, Heidi Klum in ten gun left for their own fashion reality series over on Amazon prime video Brandon Maxwell was lady Gaga stylus. Yes, designer yes. He's made some fantastic pieces, by the way. So I'm yeah. I I think that the new re iterating will be fun. You will at least give it a shot.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"So code of kouassi dot com people can find you everywhere of course carly claws at carly kloss twitter instagram youtube if you had is there any one of those three that you would prioritize for applying or for for people who want to i that's my first that sounds like a native environment for you instagram at carly close code with clausi is at code with classy on all the socials and cooked with quasi dot com thank you so much for taking the time today thank you was really fun and for people listening as always links to everything we've discussed including the websites social books etc in the show notes tim dob longford trash podcast and until next time thank you for listening and hey guys this is tim against a few more things before you take off number one this is five bullet friday do you want to get a short email from me would you enjoy getting short email for me every friday that provides a little more soul of fun before the weekend and five fridays very short email where i share the coolest things i've found that i've been pondering over the week that could include favorite new albums that have discovered could include gizmos and gadgets and all sorts of weird shit that somehow dug up in the the world of the esa terek as i do it could include favorite articles that i've read and that i've shared with my close friends for instance and it's very short it's just a little tiny bite of goodness before you head off for the weekend so if you want to receive that check it out just go to four hour workweek dot com that's four hour workweek dot com all spelled out and just drop in your email and you'll get the very next one and if you sign up.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Do you what is the page look like and how do you follow up so what i'm curious to know is how you how things make it from the page into reality right do you go back and figure out what next steps are you right down next steps in a particular way and people have so many different ways of approaching this in my case in my journal i wish i wish i had right here but i always make a little box in the bottom right hand corner and that's for next steps based on anything on that page and so every bottom right hand corner has next steps and then i'll go back at that was a stupid idea like it's not for now and all this highlight although second pass and than highlight the can dominant i think will topple as many other dominance as possible but how when you brain up when you put these things on on paper walk through what that looks like yeah i'll there's also this app that's called wunderlist that's great and for for actually having a more digital version of those lists and then also things like slack are great tale the the notebook is more just like my real personal kind of deepest darkest thoughts and and and ideas and goals and like nobody's judging hopefully nobody's eating them but but i think the the organization i i love this is the way your brain works i think my brain is not the most organize i have i have a lot of ideas and i think it's actually taking a lot of discipline to to kind of keep everything moving forward and two i definitely think it's like going through those lists and following up with the people that that i need to continue the conversation with or i've got an amazing team i've got a great partner who is building is helping me build quotas quasi building her name's penny thou she's amazing and.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Go to around whatever's vilma whatever's for strength training if you had to pick only a handful of exercises that you could that seem to get you the most bang for the buck what what would they be what comes to mind so much i hate them so much you hate them love hit hate 'cause i just like i hate them so much that i know they're probably good for me burgis things that you can do anywhere so like planking plinking or exercises like things that i do my hotel room like they don't have time to go down to the gym so just simple things like like situps pushups dips all sorts of portable really boring things like that i mean boring i wanted to get into specifics because i'm always curious when i meet someone who travels as much as you do it makes it very clear that the i haven't been able to work out some traveling excuses utter bullshit and i'm always curious how people make do random i've talked to triple h other residents paul esque fascinating guy and he'll use stationary bike four or elliptical for say even ten fifteen minutes when he first arrives anywhere after time zones and it seems to fix fix jetlag for him dan's ag when they were traveling around touring the very first things they would do is choose a hotel based on the gym that was available and it's like bruce lee would always travel with his with his running shoes because he knew no matter what if other things weren't available he could run and it just goes on and on and on i.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"We'll see after the podcast be i won't i won't impose that on anyone right now it'll be it'll be very very harsh but when you learn the basics of any skill and i already know this so i don't know why been so blind to it with both singing anything now coding even if you never do anything with it per se suddenly you hear everything in the case of voice you listen to every song you hear differently than so your joy ment of that and your creation of it is taxed i would imagine that when you learn the basics of coding even if you don't use it to push you off into a different career it gives you an entirely different lens through which you can look at everything that is being built and how things work and that alone that alone ted that gift to look through a different lens for the rest of your life putting in a week or two seems like a very potentially worthwhile use of time tim i'm just on that point it's like you know i think even if you understand high level what how things are built you can understand what is possible and i think that that's what's really exciting even just for you know as an entrepreneur you don't have to i mean there's probably so many people that you've that you've sat with and and that you met in silicon valley that even even you know a friend of mine kevin system it founded instagram and he one of the co founders of instagram and he he wrote lines of code early on and actually i think that was one of the moments i knew him as a friend and i was like we kevin you actually know how to code you actually lines of code to build this tool this platform that reaches so many people like it put a human element to him and and i think the idea of even learning a little bit of what code is and how it builds things in makes you realize what could be possible and i think for people who want to build businesses you don't have to be the main engineer i think you but there is this kind of literacy.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"I think that that's the at one of the barrier century i think that's why a lot of people don't ever try i mean who am i am like i don't have a i don't work in silicon valley i don't i didn't go to college i but i i i'm curious and it's it's something that can be learned like anything else it is a language and i think that that a lot of people let that get in the way it strikes me too i think perhaps in my mind i've of giving myself an out which is actually really flimsy and that is that i it will be too hard to learn to code and in my mind like learning to code is building you know the next super app to go gain a hundred million users whereas in reality give you an example from my own experience i have some some questions for you so i don't talk too much this is what happens with too much but i've always been very very insecure about my voice and that's that's part of the reason why i wanted to do the podcast is to beat that out of myself or to get more comfortable with my voice and if if anyone listens to my earlier episodes say the introductions to my early early early episodes and then later you will see the confidence build over time i was really unsure of myself in the beginning and i'm still unsure myself someways but i've always been fearful of singing any type of saying i would never do it like right there with so i've always had years lucians almost every year for the last six years along those lines voice lessons never did it until a few months ago just started and what i realized really quickly is that i don't have to become a good singer to get credible value out of these voice lessons because i've learned enough now i've certainly improved but not ready for any any operas.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"The person conversation i mean i was needing a lot of entrepreneurs i was watching the entire world especially fashion and and media be transformed by technology and i was like what is it that a handful of people who are engineers and building huge enterprise value what is the secret language that they know that the rest of us don't and code and i was like what is code and how can i learn it so i took a bootcamp took one one week and even we're was in new york at school who introduced this guy avi flow of bomb and he's a great teacher and he started the school and he taught me ruby similar exactly yeah so it's a very intuitive kind of language and and even in a short time i was able to kind of understand high level big principles and the fact that you can use code to write a line of code that performs a function and you can build you can build ideas using this language and that to me was just so mind blowing to understand like how the tack that we touch every day how it works and to take that further but to actually be able to to write it yourself and to express your ideas and to be able to your man of your so officiant tim it's really inspiring your so organizing fish maybe like two hours a day you're seeing two hours are impressive and i just think that like even you can build tack to enable that and to scale that and that's what's so powerful is the ability to scale ideas or scale problem solving using code and and i think that there's so much opportunity that has yet to really even be built in this kind of intersection of kind of.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Oh and focus as a human being so other ways to grow we're going to get to in two seconds i brought up books because books involve writing sort of expressing thought in some cases on paper some cases an audio and there's a craft there's a certain elegance to good writing and i have i've been fascinated by coating and coders for very long time and the fact that you can have a very very good code or get more done than the next ten if he or she is just very very elegant and confined on obvious lucians what they're trying to execute and i've spent a very small amount of time with with him chad fowler actually who who showed me many years ago the basics of ruby just in one afternoon but he used natural language to help me get a grasp on it because he speaks hindi and i'm fascinated by different languages than was an east asian studies majors fascinated by writing systems and japanese chinese korean it's at our and wanted to ask you all the many many things of the hundreds and thousands of things that you could do with your time how did you get exposed to coding and and walk me through your first experience or experiences with that i love the way that you you explain it as language that's really what it is and i think that like any language it's a medium that you can express yourself that you can express creative ideas and that is what i why it's so powerful i got exposed to it because i'm just a super curious like annoying laker curious person i ask a lot of questions and i love understanding how things work i love understanding like how the world around me works and how science and math can be ways to explain that i but i work in a really creative industry and and i i don't know i guess i at a certain point a couple years ago i wanted to understand what code was it was the term they.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Are there any particular podcasts that that that are your go to i love so i love learning about things i love learning about entrepreneurs i love learning about like i i love listening to conversations i mean i guess that's one thing too that i feel like in my real life i got to ask people i'm sitting here with you tim i mean what a privileged that is listen to that comment later it's true but but i love listening to conversations i love i love your work i love guy built this i i love i love listening to conversations so the the four agreements for people who aren't familiar has come up quite a few times in this podcast also recently found out that that tom brady had been gifting this book a whole lot as well have to catch you at the right time i think for it to be applicable but the the the reason i brought up you're gonna sing just going to say you know i'm twenty five and i feel like it's to the point of the timing because someone gave it to me for my birthday and i just think that it really does come down to kind of this i think we're always evolving always growing and should be always learning i hope i am and there's it's really makes you focus inward and i think there's doesn't matter how old are young you are i think there's that's something that i really value is is growing as a human being and it certainly kind of helps helps you think about ways to grow.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"I yeah yeah the support structures also the people might like like well okay you grew up that way fantastic i didn't grow up that way so it's not actionable what i would say is not true why would explore this because you can actually build and what is the version if you are hoping to choose certain modem of success chores that you can engineer into your life that you maintain some perspective are there ways to do it right maybe volunteering once a week and yes and that helps you to not only hopefully ultimately achieved some success but to chief also some contentment and life outside of focusing only on your personal success right and which is actually segue of sorts to i'm going to get there i wanna talk about coding very very shortly but going to get their visavis books so i wanna ask about books i had read maybe true maybe not that you don't actually watch very much television as i was like all right great well let's talk about books are there any particular books that you have gifted the most other people or reread often yourself i love podcasts and i love audiobooks i feel like i'm somebody who learns by by listening i retain information better so i do like tv but i just don't have a ton of time for it i'm constantly on the go and so i'm listening to audio books there i'm walking through airport security or in a cab to the airport and i love there's this book the four agreements that i i recently gave my sisters who are graduating from college and i just think i think it's got a lot of great principles and ideas.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"List arguably the i don't even think it's arguable is his lower case one fund is going to be the most successful venture capital fund in the history of capital so he's he's really reached a peak and when i've dug in with him as to how he's maintain some perspective busy still ultimately is a very middle class kid who grew up in upstate new york trying to make ends meet his parents had him do something called sweet and sour summers so they would give him they would help him to find a job that would give him an opportunity to learn and interact with people who are maybe above his pay grade above his parents pay grid but then they would also make him take some shitty job like hauling around heavy construction those shitty jobs but i you know i to the extent of the normal life that this kind of aa f that i had by normal life i really i can't stress it enough it was very normal like i i i still had my like chores during the dishes taking out the trash like every fifteen year old didn't matter if i was on the cover of international vogues like i was still coming home and doing my homework and taking out the trash like and also beyond just my parents my sisters i have three sisters that i'm really close with and and small my best friend's my core group of girlfriends from from growing up that i've known since kindergarten are still some of my best friends and so i think there's this i i feel really grateful that i've been able to to i dunno keep my feet on the ground very much so and also i have a lot of people around me who would bat me over the head and like beat me if i did it you know they they wouldn't allow it i don't know i.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And i'm okay with it so heights but not the height also if you if those of you who are listening through your your holes want to see a shiny bulbous head known on video then you can find me side by side with no draft yeah i wanted to start with talking about modeling and there are lot of beautiful people on this planet and there are many people who go into modeling and they're very very few who get to where you are and it strikes me that there are some it would seem success cases of in this case women who have gone off to build incredible businesses like kathy ireland and there are others so wanted to start with asking you if you had when you were getting started or even now any role models among women who are men who have have gone from modeling to do other things i mean you you certainly mentioned one kathy ireland there's a long list you know cindy crawford christy turlington just how many women who are in industry and have used their platform or voice or or experiences to build businesses or to make meaningful impact in the world in whatever way the passionate about and like for me that is that is success and and i i don't know yeah i did not anticipate working in fashion or being a model but i recognize somewhere along the line that there's so much more you can do with it and the women who've come before me certainly of proof that it's it seems like from the outside looking in that much like say entertainment.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Like we're gonna have very little tracking a lot of work but just go to first book com forward slash tim and tried out because it is a very good product and i think you will find simplifies your life enjoy hello ladies and germs this is tim ferriss and welcome to another upset of the tim ferriss show where it is my job to tease out distill share the habits routines life lessons belief systems and so on of worldclass performers from all different demands this episode features entrepreneur and supermodel carly kloss that's two ks can find her on instagram and elsewhere at carly kloss k a r l i e k l o s s crawley was discovered at a local charity fashion show at age thirteen and by this point i think she's been on forty five fifty covers something like that carly fashion career quickly took off and she's walked for top designers including oscar de la renta christian dior alexander mcqueen for sachi among others she's also starred in many major campaigns including dita's or the us depending on where you're listening to this donna karen dull chain 'gabon dior calvin klein caroliina harare from getting that right shown my stripes here and serov sqi among many many others but i wanted to have carly on this show not just because of her modeling career of course which i think it's discounted because thousands tens of thousands of women or girls come into the world of modeling in very few make it to the top very few last a long time in very very few still are able to translate to other things outside of modeling carly's passion for technology led her to take code in classes learning to program inspired by codings endless possibilities she then launched code with clausi k o d code with classy a nonprofit that empowers young women to learn to code and become leaders and tech which in two thousand eighteen will expand to fifty camps in twenty five cities and may go well beyond that time magazine has recognized carly for her entrepreneurship and philanthropic work on its time one hundred list.

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"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"karlie kloss" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

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