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"karyn" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

03:44 min | Last week

"karyn" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"I just have a person in my life. Some of my closest friends are banker or an HVAC guy or somebody who runs a ranch. I asked them questions about ranching and banking in HVAC. And it just limits the drama in my life. And the questions, all of this goes back to God have people and you've got to have people that you get good wisdom from and you've got to accept that wisdom and move on with your life. Yeah, because in an isolation, there's a lot of negative self talk, and we have no one else to kind of show us reality. Yeah, there's a great Carl Jung quote famous psychologist and I'm going to butcher a little bit, but if you don't know who you are, people who will tell you. And so you've got to have a group of people that you trust that speak into your life and you have to begin to build your, like this is what I'm good at. This is what I'm not good at. And then I'm just going to head off into the world, and I'm not going to keep going for more information and keep watching the news and scrolling and scrolling and scrolling. That's a recipe for madness. And that's one of the benefits of our advisory groups that are part of entre leadership elite, where you're around, like minded business owners with our coaches, helping you navigate this wild wild west of business. Well, I'm not alone. I'm not crazy. Oh, he's done this. They're doing, right? And so someone says, hey, I didn't have a business deal. I went and I went and sat in on one of the advisory groups. It was a riot number one in the chat. I was watching they were all talking and it was great conversation, but in the chat they were talking trash about each other. And I was like, these guys are actually Friends too, right? So they're building relationships, which is critical. But if one person's about to have to fire somebody. It's not like, well, I'm not going to Google. How to fire somebody, and I'm going to watch 17 ted-talks on how to fire somebody because you're going to get 17 different things from 17 different experts. You got 5 or 6 men or women who have not fired somebody yesterday is hard. And this is what I had to do. Or I did it like this and it was a disaster, don't do this. And so you have a group of people who are living it and doing it. And that brings me to what I would say is the last big issue with confidence and leaders is a leadership is isolating. You just end up by yourself. And if you've been around me, I don't know the entree crowd who's been around me. I just harp on this over and over. But when your body recognizes its lonely, man, it causes chaos. It just rings every bell you've got. And if you feel like I have to like I'm thinking back to old tribes, I got to go get the food, I have to prepare the food. I've got to watch out for the children. I've got to do security. You can. You can't do everything. And so you end up feeling unconfident across your entire platform. Because you don't have other people in your life. You've got to get other people. So if there was something you said, a leader's listening to go, John, I know I suffer from one or more of these things. And it's killing my confidence. What would be a step to take to get in the right direction? There is none zero, no long-term behavior change, done in isolation. So I would tell people start number one with a group. Get some people in your life. Whether that's a formal group, like an advisory group, whether that's a couple of friends in your neighborhood, I do think proximity is really important to having people that you just do life with on the regular. And then you begin to humbly talk through what skills do I not have. Like, dude, no, I'm running like an organization. I've never done this. Or my favorite is, I just had a kid and now I'm a dad. I don't know what that is. My dad didn't show up. I don't have the skill set so we can freak out or just abandon or just watch Netflix, or I can dig in and learn those skills, how to be a dad, how to be a mom. What are those things I need to do? So getting with a group, learning those skills, and then over time, being very careful about the information we allow into our heads because those stories that other people tell us over time become the stories we tell ourselves. Powerful stuff. Well, John, thank you so much for being on the podcast. Always love having you on. Thanks. I feel a little more confident standing a little taller already.

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"karyn" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:52 min | Last week

"karyn" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"I will either become this overachiever trying to kind of be perfect or I'll probably stop trying. And I won't even do anything because I know that it's unrealistic. And so that's how our thoughts drive our feelings with driver performance. So it performance is so connected to our mindset. And so that's why all leaders when we thought when we talked about leadership at work and at home and this is completely applicable to all parts of our life. We have to really be focused and mindful of what are the thoughts that we tell ourselves. Are they empowering? Are they truthful? Or are they toxic? And are they disempowering? Because if we are feeding ourselves poison, we're going to feel very terrible about ourselves. And that's going to really negatively impact our decision making. So as we strive to work towards that middle chair, of course, we can't be in that chair a 100% of the time, but what's at stake if we ignore this. If we aren't working towards that. If we're not working towards this, what will happen is, well, we can go through all the different categories. We're going to waste a lot of time and energy, a time and energy on conflict and drama because if that's what's going to happen on the waste of time, problems are actually not solved. Your relationships will really suffer massively because in relationships and this is actually really interesting. The left and the right chair are usually attracted to each other in friendships in part for spouses and partners and even business partners. It's very interesting in terms of how we'll have major issues around marriage and relationships will in terms of our goal setting, our goals and will probably be either like really too high or too low. More likely to struggle with mental health issues. And so so much around what we do as an organization is helping people and all ages George. And this is the really important thing. People think you have to be a manager, supervisor. No, you start teaching this to children. I started teaching this to teenagers and then actually realized I could actually teach it to children. I now teach as young as 5 years old. So you can actually start teaching this so young and just starting the mindset around. And you know one of the things you can do, even as a leader in all parents listening is once you watch the TED Talk, you can kind of see the different shares, have start having conversations about it. Start leading into conflicts and say, okay, in that conflict, where were we sitting? Were we sitting in the middle chair for that conflict? Were we actually sitting in the right or the left? And all of a sudden, this model becomes this visual, this framework that all of a sudden start leaning into it so that we can actually be starting to make healthier decisions. Yeah, it's incredible to think across the board, especially with the mental health crisis. I mean, even children. Yes. Finding that healthy confidence at a young age, what kind of leaders will they turn into? I mean, that could change an entire society. So I love the work you're doing. It's so powerful. And for the self aware leader who's going, all right, doctor Karen, I know I lean towards that right or left seat. I want to work towards that seat. How would you give us one step they can take and coach them to take a step towards that? It's a great question. I was speaking at a women in leadership conference yesterday, and that was actually one of the questions. It was women of 300 amazing women leaders. And a lot of them during the Q&A, they were putting their hand up going, you know what, people think I sit here, but I'm not, I'm sitting here. Like, it was very interesting. And then some people actually acknowledge here. But there's a lot of people that said, I at work, I sit in the middle, but when I go home, I sit on that left chair. And that's the fascinating thing we can kind of move to different shares, depending on environments. So there's a few different ways, but one of the first things I encourage people to do to really help yourself. First of all, is the awareness. Start becoming aware of like, okay, when I'm at home, I'm sitting in the middle. So what am I doing? So as you start becoming aware, or if we're maybe what they're in laws and all of a sudden, we're like, we go to kind of the left chair, or with certain friends, we go to the left chair. So just having the awareness, George is kind of like step number one. The second step I really encourage people to think about is start being mindful on examples of great people, great leaders, great friends, spouses, colleagues, that are sitting in the middle chair. Because if we can start making a list of people that are already sitting in the military chair, the second that we have real people, real stories, and we can actually surround ourselves and spend time with these people. We'll learn so much because it really is like a language. Leadership and really with what I'm teaching and this is leadership emotional intelligence. Like that really was confidence as part of it, but it really is a model for leadership emotional intelligence because it's like a language. So Georgia bike said to you, okay, the research has said that to lead a successful life, however people define that. You have to learn French. You're like, okay, so you could read some books on French. You could kind of hang it with a couple of people, or you could just go to France and immerse yourself. And that's going to be the fastest way for you to really learn it. And that's kind of like this topic. If you can surround yourself with other people who are sitting in the middle chair, you'll learn all kinds of things. How they set goals, how they deal with bad feedback, how they set boundaries, how they say no, how they prioritize their time, and just by surrounding ourselves with other people, will learn so much. And then the third tip that I'd really encourage people to think of is think of times in your life where you have sat in the middle chair. And what have you done? What was the mindset? What did you tell yourself? What kind of gave you the courage in terms of responding? And that's sometimes this really great framework actually is well in the book gives like lots of other ways for people to build it. But those are kind of a few little nuggets just to help people get started and like I said, the scorecard is really helpful on our website because it really because there's 5 kind of different skills that I talk about. And it gives people a kind of a starting point. This is so much information. Where do I start first? The scorecards are kind of a really good step because it kind of shows you where you're doing well and then actually also areas that actually you have to work on as well. Yeah, it sounds like it comes down to paying attention surrounding yourself with great leaders being really observant and being willing to work on those things. When you do see them. So we covered a little bit of ground here. A lot of it, but there's still so much more. So we're going to make sure to link all of your resources the book, the TED Talk, the scorecard in the show notes for our listeners. But doctor Karen, you were doing some incredible incredible work. We're so grateful to have you on the podcast today. Thank you.

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"karyn" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"karyn" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"So i just did the ballots. I'd inhabited it funky with we really appreciate your time today to be an absolute on pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you been an honor. And i just wanna tell you guys you know like i said i appreciate you. This means so much and thank you for jets. You know keeping music alive because that's artists of its era can kind of feel thrown away. So it's it's wonderful that you guys have now have his platform salute you guys. Congratulations felt a few times. We don't include all of it. I felt a few times that i had to pay for that interview because inbetween she broke out into song. So many times gives us. He's no personal performances. It was so cool. I have to say when you know inches janning and doing a thing like i say. I often Genetics view. I was like running on the studio. A few times at tacoma soft down so my favorite part is how she speaks about investing in yourself and a very strong entrepreneurial side and helping out of the artists and giving platforms to other autism. But also listen. Guys are really loved. The idea of talking about bring together as autism to help promote each other and promotes each other new work. I don't know. I think i think she's reaching out to us to. Maybe that's our role in the bigger will of the eighties. Well i already but that question into the universe is starting it's manning motions wheels or when we can such a saying i really liked what she said is that about artists and somehow being a little bit discarded in a way and that people like us like i'll show you know gives them a platform and brings him back and doesn't let the music or the memory of them die so we'll great goswell done to all of you and another well-done bet you do that away. I just want to put it out there. Four karen watts if she wants to release new music. Join a trading off our interview with her. She entered the charts at ten. Okay and who album is just doing fantastic things. Yup adult wanna say. The two events are related but the tweets did happen together so our interview could mean something. I'm just putting just putting it in. The world kardashian causation. Who cares exactly. Well hope you enjoyed that interview with karen white shirt with your friends if you listen to this on. The podcast shared with a friend sent it out to everybody. Keep following us on that. Eighty show essay on facebook to find out details of some of the exciting interviews coming up few south african artists. That will also be talking to very soon and some really really. Big names puttering around one particular. Big name is shooting a new tv show and may be able to speak to once. They repping that tv show you. This is cross with cross toes crossed. Everything crossed. I want to know what the tv shows about this now. He really teasing everyone while listening. That eighty show is on schedule. Angel every friday live at nine or get details of where you can listen again on that eighty show essay on facebook goodbye. Barrett goodbye goodbye..

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"karyn" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"karyn" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"Ronnie every little step of with bobby brown and then she eastern talking about that one. Have johnny gill. Yeah so i was pretty much their backup girl in so the relationship continued. So you'll take an album with jimmy. Jam and lewis to louis. How was that experience. What was that collaboration. came about. Honestly because Jimmy and teri of being able to have the time to work with me because unfortunately elliott base for so incredibly hot that they were offered their own production deal in their own not in production. Their own reveal will face through clyde and they couldn't kinda. I was kinda like a competition to girls so for them to do a cairn white. It was kinda cop partition when they were trying to break tony breasted so unfortunately the relationship that was so incredible that produce so many hits. That was the first artist to have three number one records. Hit number one on her solo Guinness book of records for what we've done together. But they want you to. They had to pick so many people so our relationship ended. And it was like. I said when terry you not Been dating time. It wasn't it wasn't even so much that he was like Working with them you know of course because they felt that were coming behind. Something that was successful in great is like so we got together and The beautiful part about working within the interior. Which i've always wanted to work with them. Especially you just just amazing things that they dumber janet and alex so i got to work with them and it was great. It was different because they want to lead to write more which i was a songwriter. So that was awesome so it was a whole nother experience and they used another side of my voice whereas jimmy terry the elliott face. Like the row ed. He just dunno motion patch bay like good more sleek sensual side so i felt like okay was two sides. Who am i. Okay with romantic you know. I wrote the melody and they're extremely interior. Came with the track. And also in a i was the first earth joint they became. You know number one and black. So that was the warner brothers. Did their thing on that. I think we out clean Princes cream so i was. I was pretty pretty amazing. Working with 'em as well do you plan to release any new music. Oh yeah. I'm always at release them. Carpe diem and quello which was produced by dared. Deal a alan. Who's got quiet. I think he had a number one record this year with joe an algal No kim also had never one record judge. So then i did a soundtrack for movie that i co co-produce in the independence face called gill norm which i was very excited about catch that. You guys Most people don't know that was on amazon. Now it's on to be tv and youtube. It youtube definitely gonna be trying to figure this abbot trying to figure this whole music streaming platform. How do we sell. How do we make money either. Trying to figure that out. That was one of the reasons why i got with my hip hop artists. My young artist akbar. Because i wanted to look at it from a business perspective. Not being me so. I wanted to have him. You know do all the things that shows you liya. Even though he doesn't have a name that i have just really trying to understand how it works in that. What i've found is that it's a different space. It's not going to be. The stain is when i was with warner brothers in half his big marketing budget for the whole world. Record out. but you have your if you could get ten thousand loyal followers. They can support your whole career. And that's what i do. So i go to. I have a usually always stay in contact with my loyal fans. And you you know trying to sell at least ten thousand records and of course we wanna go greater but since the stating me so i definitely will be doing on another record and a half something coming out with oscar. Kinda like a cross between eliza type of sign eighties nineties but with the you know the hip hop edge. It's really cute because it really fits my brand. But it fits him too. So that's like a perfect record where you're not trying to be what you're not but it's the best of that era. You know kind of like bruno. Mars anderson pack. A doing you know when you do. A great is like how you know matt working on that. That should be coming out Hopefully september tenth about the experience of coming to america performing You talk about the joy of my life the jewel that's just so blessed to have this country people there that left me that i go there and i just It just melts my heart. It really allowed my south african fans. They love me. Have this love there. Since i've been there it's like i'm not letting you go. And then as somebody who has performed around the world what is it like to see the world evolve and change over time. It's incredible it's you know the grow The internet definitely brought us all together. And you fill this closeness and something that you know. I never had in for like i said i never knew that i even have this fan base in south africa so after the business tatting hits never performing over there and then coming over there. Eighteen years twenty years from being removed from the business. Blew me away so it just shows you the power music and how. It's you guys. call it evergreens. They can ride your evergreen and yeah and then to year. That music is has down to generations. Not just you know my my age range. But even the younger they are they are taught about these artists in the history of just understanding the music. The way it is and how it's really life. It's not so much a separate thing it's like moves. Really using is his healing. It's everything that you would want it to be in I'm just proud to be. I'm just glad they love me. I'm so glad that they that found him in. We found each other after all those years. Are you guys now. I'm gonna take you all the way back to the eighties because we're obsessed with the eighties on this show before you even started collaborating with all those people. And you've mentioned a bench of great artists who will you to see to eighties. Who was the. What was the music europe's before you started of course Tina tournament donna. Peter gabriel on chicago. There was so many cindy lauper else. Michael of course who else. I'm trying to think of eighties. It was just so many So many doors michael janet. Yeah.

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"karyn" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"karyn" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast

"Welcome to the show. It's a nice day. Karen white wedding that work out going to say it's an day for a secret rendezvous but uses much more interesting most superwoman. I imagine that i mentioned that. Hello dorian barrow. Tower yuma must super friends superb ambulance. So we on that. Eighty show have Started reaching out to nine hundred eighty stars who are very accommodating. The they're making the tom. Russia is be honest. Everyone's got the. Tom known traveling around the world. And we've spoken to supply. We've spoken to joan on a trading and this week favored in south africa Karen watt barrett reached out to her people and she joined us a few weeks ago from hotlanta. What an favorite places in america hotlanta would barrett. How glamorous. I mean we'll post up an we that up a little short video of the interview with ken. How glamorous did you look at youthful animating homo would. she's into real estate and opulent house. What she had in the background looking as glamorous as she always had and she's been probably about forty five minutes speaking to us Mostly about the eighties but also about what she's up to now really cool stuff and inspiring stuff and really progressive and and and a lot of interesting projects that she's got turkey agree but what i wanna throw. In review ossis later on but reme- her energy was so infectious that by the time we finish off the withings view. I was like bouncing off the walls even more than normal so it was like you down to luck barrett an balanced salon. You guys are gonna be listening to me. I'm not always balancing hopping along doing my thing. But after that. I was like the energizer bunny and that bunny on the road runner that road running out like those times if listen if you wanna see barrett bouncing go checkout central tiktok account. He's the white guy dancing and boy. He got moves so before. This goes into an uncomfortable place in our breakfast. So we we. We spoke to karen spoke to her about tom and eighty some of the music co labs at. She did her backup singing. I mean she. She was a backup singer before she. She had her hitches a backup singer to quite a few huge aren be slash pop names in the eighty s. A what a fun tom. We head with her. We hope you enjoy it. And as barrett does he takes a favorite eighty stars all the way back to the nineteen eighty s. We wanna take it all to the very beginning of when you start music. How did you get into the music business. And how did you need jeff nova and have that collaboration. Come about guy you know. Uh she's star I love the fact that with label warner brothers. Jeff lorber beating the amazing team. That i had a. They said we want to do our own version of. What patti austin did patty james. And let's see. So they wanna jack lord's youth so i i'm i wrote a song for stephanie mills. My and at the time was my boyfriend's band played with prince and sheila o'brien at put together demo tape so jack ruby from this demo tape it just goes i wanna say this because it's so important that i missed it back into myself. I didn't expect for anybody else to do. Is i've always had the mentality of so i- jeff. Rubber had doing auditions in the das- that actually he believed the audition me studio and i will. I didn't wanna do it. Because i thought i don't know jiaxing. I was a hot in armenian vocalists and So i was intimidated. And but i went. I didn't realize that they wanted to cross into that whole. Rv world who dealt with Rogers gave us this amazing music for jeff and With him days they caused was in the bannon player. End up we had. We had an amazing experience yet. I just growing and learning from the best musicians and signing really at with cream of the crop. You know so it was amazing. You first album was produced by l. a. Reid and babyface habit. That collaboration come about everybody wanted to get lucky enough. It was first of all of course. Was janet lewis because they were just the kings of radio. Yup and they do fast they can do. The up temples ended ballots and the crossover. So they were the premier engineer. Terri l. a. Base wanted to be where they were They considered themselves. You know coming out. You know through the dig. Retrieve the came up through solar and so they were had. They had whispers out the time. Rock city was like number one day face. It had his first album and they were working with amazing kid named bobby brown. He was hat on the charge. Don't be cruel. And they were in the studio with pebbles and johnny gill and kerry way. And so that time and i say all of that she needs because i signed background on all those records and they use me as a background vocalist after started working but the the chemistry was incredible. We had something to prove. We wanted to take over the world and they wanted to become the next channel lewis and Hours there janet and it was incredible. We did i. We were scheduled to do. I think three songs emitted just kept you know going deeper deeper and as i look back at it you know in the studio. La see we had in effect is elliott narrow. Read so daryl simmons so face you know pretty much was a little shy and la was on who was more outgoing crazy so that fit my personality so so they you know it's kinda like jerry lewis do the same thing. They kind of take the to permit. Who's going to get closer to the artists. Pull especially when you're starting a creative in the studio you know there's there's intimidation is fear trepidation. So ally was was who i pretty most vocals left and it was incredible. He would keep but we'd go to dance all of us go out that we come back and then we gonna studio do the tables. It was an incredible. A magic moment and I love that whole era time. Trance was michael. Anita luther tina turner but it add. What an incredible music. You said you did backing vocals on some of these artists albums singles so as in at the same time as you recording yours. While i was doing backing vocals you know especially what's out of not sure if you've An rivals but. Evan taught me the are singing background so i sang background while i was good for me working on my album which was great for the chain. I was able to get a new and double the triple. Never forget that. And as well as after so aqua quorum on.

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"karyn" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"karyn" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"Of itself is just. I mean we had crossing runway. And just me. I'm like oh man. I do love this something. It takes a deliberate effort to time for that and to never forget of what that identity is because if you can't connect to your global audiences aren't s and you can only connect them as a business person and that's a disconnect as well so. I'm glad you bring that to my attention. You are right room show. Because i i've completely feel the same way i it's i think it's okay for us to be there because we're so we're doing a lot right now but i will say that the beginning of the ink project those first days where russian i were meeting weekly sometimes with other sometimes not and we were just coming together and giving ourselves space to write was so good for me. It gave me my play. I was i had been working on a play for like a year or two and when the project came about i was like. Wow what a great idea. I'm gonna make time for this and You know in those early days in two thousand eighteen. I finished my first draft of my play. And i haven't had a chance to do a staged reading or anything like that yet but the ink project did give me that and i you can never take that. I should never try and take that away for myself. Because as russia said identifying with the people who are part of what we do with ink project in an artist capacity is so important and being able to say. Hey the ink projects you know. I did this for myself with ink. Project gave me the time and the space to do. It is so powerful for me to think about. When i'm talking to members of the cohort or the faculty members and i mean it really is the truth. Had it not been for the project. I don't know if i would have ever made time for that. Play to finish a metaphor that comes to mind. It's a little strange. But i have two children and i always talk about how essential it is to have other adults in our lives who love our children as much as we do as parents. But aren't the parents like those people. They're just gold their treasures because they have some distance but they also they're all in like they're totally committed. They love the kids. They're there for the parents. And so i feel like having having people around who have been in the trenches of play writing know the value of that who knows what it feels like to be a writer. Those are the best people for writers to have around. You know and for me personally. Sometimes i feel like i'm straddling too many lanes and then i'm giving short shrift to all of them. Because it's like i wanna be. I wanna be a playwright one hundred percent. I also want to be the founder of artists so box one hundred percent and that just doesn't make sense like they both. They both suffer. You know because we can't split ourselves into so many different pieces so in those moments what i try to tell myself is really. It's about a priorities and be about the season that i'm in right now so sometimes we have seasons where we can do this type of work and sometimes we have seasons where we can do the other type of work and i guess also what you were talking about which is sort of the need. It's answering the the need that is out there and sort of rising to that when you need to kind of prioritizing. I love that metaphor always comes back to unfortunately or fortunately always comes back to my children. And it's like my. My permanent lenses are in front of my face. We get it me. So let's talk about where you see the ink project going next and as we wrap let's not forget to include how people can be in touch with you follow your work etc. Yeah absolutely. I get very excited talking about this question. Because i've been kinda ruminating about it for a while. It's just marinating in my head but we see ourselves. Transforming in would say three to five years in being a digital application that we can with android or apple. You can download on your phone. And i feel like when i say that to people. They kind of had this question. Mark honor eighth and so take this time to elaborate in case some listeners. Right now we're like. I did not see taking technical. Turn the idea. There is if we put ourselves in. Everyone's shoes the one thing. We're thinking about representation if we're thinking about equality if we're thinking very importantly about access ass who has access to better representation ability. It's it's really everyone. It boils down to who has flown. You know approximately most people in the world have phone or some kind of android apple device where they can easily download an app and go about their life. We download download apps for everything nowadays. You can download your app for you know what what to cook tomorrow for exercise. I mean so many things and so this idea of taking the ink project to op is literally pudding. Opportunity at the creator decree tips fingertips. So i'm imagined myself. I think back to. When i was in indonesia i think back to when i was in depth off and i think that to walking on the street and seeing you know teenage kids out with their phones maybe they're jamming. Maybe they're you know kind of like talking about music or something like that and they say. Hey you know i really. I wrote this song. Really when i get it out there. How can i do that. I don't i can't afford agent. I can't afford for some people. It's i can't afford to get out of out of dip off. How do i. How do i get to los angeles to go. Meet a record label or something. I'm taking this twin another extreme. But this idea that you can download this app and without no charge upload the work you've created and then automatically be put in a network of artists that can then give you feedback that can say. Hey i really have a great opportunity for you. I mean that's kind of where i see this going and i see the seeing a completely free application where anyone can have access to no matter where you are the world and not really excites me. I see another thing that i see ourselves going right now. The new voices program is the only cross that we're doing and i have talked about this earlier but in three to five years. I see that we've expand one cross to about four or five classes per year. And i see them being all over the world. I see them being in spain. I see them being india appearance hometown. I see them. Being in rural texas icy than being in south america a see them being areas kind of would they can be shifting. Each year we offered these crosses to different communities and kind of make sure they're adjusted to culturally match those communities into benefit those communities in the fullest form and then last but not reese we are growing our team and so were looking for you know interns were looking for individuals worldwide. That's great thing like are hiring opportunities. Do not have to be based anywhere near karen. And i were looking for people all over the country. We're looking for people all the world that can help us grow our team. Help us with social media help us with fundraising and budgeting and all those sorts of things and so of your hair. B-share to hit us up at www dot the project dot com.

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Elevating Unheard Voices With Rimsha Afzal and Karyn Raynor

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Elevating Unheard Voices With Rimsha Afzal and Karyn Raynor

"Hello rim show. Hello karen today we are doing great. How are you. I'm doing really well and very excited. That spring has sprung around here. And i'm very excited to be talking with you about the ink project. We are so credit to to be here so thank you you're welcome. Let's start with what the project is. I saw on your website that you describe it as a global writers liaison. So why did you choose that word. Specifically the idea. The liaison for us we just visualized kind of the gap that we were seeing in our day to day society and we can get into more of that a little bit later but this idea of a liaison to be this intermediary body between two parties and for us those two parties are underrepresented voices narratives and publishing companies specifically oriented towards you know performance spaces and performance oriented writing. The idea liaison was really important to us. When we were coming up with our mission. You know we're not a theater. Were not just a writers organization but like being liaison between those faces. It was really really important to us. I think the idea also is important because kind of like karen is saying if we remove the label from being a theater company free removed. The label from being writing service opens the door possibility for what we as on in actually do in our society in our community and our whole outlook to have global outreach. How can we be that intermediary space on a global level.

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"karyn" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"karyn" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"Per year. The workloads probably been improved for everybody and think my class was that class. That just kind of broke the point. Yeah the tipping point to be sure it put enough of the spotlight on what was going on. That just makes me so sad and listeners. If you aren't physicians you probably don't know that you know. Obgyn isn't just delivering babies which would be stressful enough. It's a surgical specialty. Whereby they deliver babies badgley and surgically but then they do all the gynecologic surgeries on top of that. And if you decide to be in an obgyn residency. You're gonna spend more hours in the hospital per year than any other resident in the country in any program. Even trauma i mean is is what i basically found out when i was choosing my specialty because my favorite thing was to deliver babies i loved it more than anything but i decided i didn't want my life to look like that and i went a different direction. So not only. Are these people going through something that you almost have to be super human to tolerate even under the best of circumstances and then you're getting all of these spikes thrown down in the road at you from multiple directions from people who are supposed to be your cheerleaders in your advocates. I just can't even believe it. But i'm really glad it gun cleaned up and it sounds like you got you came out the other end just fine so that's good not just fine. You're you're traumatize definitely had. Ptsd coming out. I didn't know that i did. I got really lucky. I joined a gynecology with the celtics. Practice straight out of residency. I thought everything's great. While i moved to oregon and i wasn't gonna officially start until september we had to do the credentialing and all that and so i had that period between july and september where basically got a break right occasion finally. After well my entire life point. I had moved across the country. I was out of residency. I was so happy. I had the perfect job for me. My husband was deployed. we were financially. I mean where everybody is right after residency. Like your broke but you know. Hey there's paycheck coming in any day. Now you might have a little signing bonus in your back pocket. Exactly things. Were certainly improving from where they had been in residency and more importantly residency was over. It was over nightmare lever. And now i'm at the light at the end of the tunnel woohoo. I was sitting on the couch one day. It was about nine o'clock in the morning. And i was watching a movie totally relaxed. I popped my neck. Stupidest thing which i have done a gazillion times before just like everybody else on the planet and for whatever reason it zinged me and when it zinged me i just had this panicky thought that what was that. I don't know what do you mean you know. No at felt weird. Oh hey there's nobody here. Hey i don't have anybody call. I don't know anybody here. What if something's wrong with me. I just spiraled into what later figured out was my very first panic attack momentum. I was about that stage of my career. When i had my first one too. I challenge you to find a doctor who does not have some ptsd. Yeah i ended up having to call my landlady who is also by the way the manager of the clinic. I was joining Because she was the only person i knew in the entire state so i called her and told her that i wasn't feeling good. I didn't know what was wrong but my chest was hurting. And you know at this point. I'm in full blown panic. I you know. I'm i'm thinking i'm dying. I'm thinking i'm having a heart attack. I'm you know an even though the doctor in me is like your forty stupid. You're not having a heart attack. But then the other the other party is like forty year old powered attacks. I thought teenager months. You know some going down this road. And i ended up calling nine one one and i ended up going into ambulance ride to the hospital that i was attending. Privileges at in my sweatpants. No bra a t shirts in an Hair on brushed and of course. They're asking all the typical things you know. What do you do where he just like. Oh no you buyer before. I start my job and you're like i'm just like a secret shopper. I'm just gonna make sure this place treats their patients well before is finalised obviously was so young and then i went through. You know the million dollar workup. Which know turned out to be fine and in the end you know i had to just kind of look at myself and say you know what stupid you had. You had a panic attack. I can only think that it was basically my body's release of eight years of extreme stress from the moment. I got into medical school until until i got a residency just being in a pressure cooker for all those years and then finally having a moment where i really didn't have any pressure at all and my body just didn't know how to deal with it and it was just like a coil that was ready to spring boil. It got really bad for about three or four months. I mean really bad course. I went into full. Dr self treating mode and read all the books and read all the papers and.

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Dr. Karyn Tapley's Unconventional Medical Career

Fancy Free Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Karyn Tapley's Unconventional Medical Career

"You are listening to the fancy free. Podcasts where my guests. And i tell our most embarrassing funny stories so that we all feel less alone and our imperfections and forge connection through vulnerability in humor. I'm joanne jared. And i am your host and today i have with me. Caryn tap lee. Karen is a fellow physician. She is an obstetrician gynecologist fellowship trained in integrative medicine and has transitioned out of traditional practice and is currently selling mercedes-benz as she completes her mba. So i think she's addicted to school. She calls it her covert career. She's a total car. Check and you guys. This is so fascinating. She started off her higher education with a ged. so karen. thank you so much for being with me today. Thank you for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Okay absolutely we'll fill in the blanks a lot of questions but first of all. Just tell us a little more about who you are and what you do. That is currently a moving target. You're right by tradition chaining. I'm an obgyn with a fellowship in integrative medicine that i got at the university of arizona down in tucson and i finished that in about twenty eighteen i was also establishing a medical spa at the same time i started off like a lot of. Obgyn's i went into a private practice. I where i was doing july only my husband was career military in the navy and so my first job out of residency was in oregon and he was stationed in washington. We had been separated for the better part of our marriage because of machine training and everything. So i tried to make it work as we tried to make it work as much as we could then. I finally decided to transition up to washington where i took a traditional employed job where i was taking q. Three call seventy two to ninety six hours at a time out about three and a half years into that. I finally went to our office manager to take some vacation time and is told that i didn't have any because i only accrued vacation time when i was physically in the office seeing patients

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"karyn" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"karyn" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"You are listening to the fancy free. Podcasts where my guests. And i tell our most embarrassing funny stories so that we all feel less alone and our imperfections and forge connection through vulnerability in humor. I'm joanne jared. And i am your host and today i have with me. Caryn tap lee. Karen is a fellow physician. She is an obstetrician gynecologist fellowship trained in integrative medicine and has transitioned out of traditional practice and is currently selling mercedes-benz as she completes her mba. So i think she's addicted to school. She calls it her covert career. She's a total car. Check and you guys. This is so fascinating. She started off her higher education with a ged. so karen. thank you so much for being with me today. Thank you for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Okay absolutely we'll fill in the blanks a lot of questions but first of all. Just tell us a little more about who you are and what you do. That is currently a moving target. You're right by tradition chaining. I'm an obgyn with a fellowship in integrative medicine that i got at the university of arizona down in tucson and i finished that in about twenty eighteen i was also establishing a medical spa at the same time i started off like a lot of. Obgyn's i went into a private practice. I where i was doing july only my husband was career military in the navy and so my first job out of residency was in oregon and he was stationed in washington. We had been separated for the better part of our marriage because of machine training and everything. So i tried to make it work as we tried to make it work as much as we could then. I finally decided to transition up to washington where i took a traditional employed job where i was taking q. Three call seventy two to ninety six hours at a time out about three and a half years into that. I finally went to our office manager to take some vacation time and is told that i didn't have any because i only accrued vacation time when i was physically in the office seeing patients

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US And China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Change

AP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

US And China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Change

"Before President Biden is the host of virtual summit on climate change. The world's two biggest carbon polluters agreed to work together on the issue. The United States and China released a statement following two days of talks in Shanghai in which they announced that they have agreed to tackle the climate crisis with the seriousness in urgency that it demands. Speaking in Seoul, the U. S special presidential envoy for climate, John Kerry said there is still a lot of work to be done something China's had an amazing deployment of renewables. And China has the major producer solar panels in the world. But That doesn't mean you don't need to reduce the coal. China is the world's biggest carbon emitter, followed by the United States. The two countries pump out nearly half of the fossil fuel fumes that are warming the planet's atmosphere. I'm Karyn

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"karyn" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"karyn" Discussed on Switch4Good

"Only myself but everybody. I need crew. You know it's just different. I won't say better worse. Nice something different.

Iceland Volcano Erupts For First Time in 800 Years

AP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Iceland Volcano Erupts For First Time in 800 Years

"Has fled to life, sparking the area's first volcanic eruption in nearly 800 years. Initial aerial footage showed a relatively small eruption so far, with two streams of lover running in opposite directions in 2010 and eruption of a different Icelandic volcano sent clouds of ash and dust into the atmosphere. Grounding over 100,000 flights between Europe and North America because of concerns the material could damage jet engines. However, Chief meteorologist held up, Johnson says this eruption is not a threat to air travel's is mine. There's no ash coming from it. So there's no it traffic considerations that we have to worry about. This southwestern corner of Iceland is the most heavily populated part of the country. Nevertheless, the Department of Emergency Management says it doesn't anticipate evacuations unless levels of volcanic gasses rise significantly. I'm Karyn Shamas. Is

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"karyn" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

16:46 min | 1 year ago

"karyn" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

European Stocks Rise on U.S. Stimulus as Brexit Talks Rumble On

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

European Stocks Rise on U.S. Stimulus as Brexit Talks Rumble On

"And I'm Karyn Moscow. European stocks are rising this morning is trade and transport links between the UK and its neighbors reopened and break the negotiators work to forge an 11th hour deal. The U. S stock index futures rising, reversing in decline of as much as 7/10 percent after President Trump

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"karyn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"karyn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Karyn Moscow. We're just about three hours away from the opening of us trading. Let's get you up to date on the news. You need to know at this hour. We're seeing global stocks fall after Jerome Powell highlighted uncertainty about the economic rebound at the same time, the feds, Sherman says policy will remain accommodative. Effectively. We're saying that race will remain highly accommodative until the economy is far along in its recovery, and that should be a very powerful statement supporting economic activity. 13 out of 17. Fed officials see race on hold for the next three years in Europe. The Bank of England makes a Polish policy decision about 30 minutes, while the Bank of Japan kept its asset purchases. And bond yield unchanged. We have several developments in the race for a vaccine. First, we're hearing President Trump once again promise a vaccine in a matter of weeks. We're on track to deliver and distribute the vaccine. In a very, very safe and effective manner. We think we can start sometime in October, so as soon as it is announced, will be able to start. It'll be from mid October on The message, however, contradicts comments by Robert Redfield, director of the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you're asking me, when is it going to be generally available to the American public? So we can begin to take advantage of vaccine to get back to our regular life. I think we're probably looking at Third late second quarter third quarter. 2021 president. Trump said he called Redfield after his testimony to see his comments were incorrect. Meantime, President Trump weighing in on the proposed tie up between Oracle and TIC Tac. Has to be 100%. As far as national security is concerned, and no, I'm not prepared to sign off on anything. I have to see the deal. Now. We have new details of the proposed partnership. Sources tell US Oracle what gain full access to Tic Tac's source code to make sure there are no back doors together Data on American users. Tic Tac would also higher in the independent board approved by the U. S government. Meantime, on Wall Street, the push for bankers to get back in the office is gathering steam. But Deutsche Bank is bucking that trend, telling employees they can stay home for another nine months. The bank says staff in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut can keep working at home until July, when the company plans to leave its current offices for new headquarters in Manhattan's Columbus Circle. Futures this morning are lower. SNP futures down 33 points down Futures down 229 NASDAQ Futures Down about 100 the 10 Year Treasury up 6 30 seconds, he'll 300.67% that yield on the two year 20.13%. Nymex crude oil is up about 2/10 percent, or six cents, at $40.22 a barrel and Comex gold is down 1.1% and straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news and this is Bloomberg. Thanks, Karen 6 33 on Wall Street. This news update being brought to you by Land Rover. Visit your tri state area. Landrover Retailer for specialties and finance offers Land Rover above and beyond. Good morning, Michael Bar. Good morning. John. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio had some tough news for about 500 members of the City hall staff as of October, 1st. Every every mayor's office employees will be taking a furlough, and that obviously includes myself. The move would cut mayor expenses by about a million dollars out of an office budget of Mohr than $88 billion. The mayor had rejected a $9 billion revenue shortfall through the fiscal year ending in June of 2022. Blasio said he may lay off 22,000 employees if the city does not get federal fiscal aid or state authority to borrow $5 billion for operating expenses. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says that YouTube stars who rented out the Jersey Shore house Monday should be taken to task. After an estimated 1000 people showed up. Many flouting over 19 social distancing Rules River swollen by Hurricane Sally's Raines could be more problems for parts of South Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. Sally had diminished to a tropical depression. But it was still a rainmaker is a moved into Georgia on a path to the Carolinas. In Pensacola, Florida Mayor Grover Robinson urge residents to stay off the roads. While the biggest problems that are police department had today was getting cars that would drive into running water and get stuck so when people are trying to evacuate In the middle of the storm. It was people sightseers who want to get out after the storm as wild fires continue to burn in California. Some progress is being made. Bloomberg's at Baxter as the story progresses in the northern part of the state, but still out of control fires in the south, and the governor says it has been an awful years. 3.37 million acres have burned so far. In this calendar year last year in the entire calendar year, just 277,000 acres and Newsome hit on climate change is a major contributors, saying there's been a steady increase in mean temperature over the past four decades, as well now an investigation in the Southern California Edison and whether a downed power line played a part in the major fires there. In San Francisco. I met Baxter Bloomberg a break global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700. Journalists and analysts on more than 120 countries. Michel Barr, This is Bloombergjohn. Michael. Thank you coming upon 6 36.

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Gold Prices Hit Record as Dollar Drops

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Gold Prices Hit Record as Dollar Drops

"I'm Karyn Moscow gold the smashing its all time high. While the dollar extends a slump as investors anticipated dovish Federal Reserve decision this week and wait a global resurgence of Corona virus outbreaks.

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China Launches Ambitious Mission To Mars

Larry Elder

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

China Launches Ambitious Mission To Mars

"China's upping it stakes in the space game by launching its most ambitious Mars mission. To date, their launches a bold attempt to join the United States and successfully landing a spacecraft on the Red Planet engines blazing orange. A long March 5 carrier rocket took off under clear skies around from Han, an island south of China's mainland. Hundreds of space enthusiasts quite out excitedly on a beach across the bay from the launch site. Cheers erupted in the control room after 45 minutes when it was announced that the Mars rover had successfully entered its scheduled orbit. It marked the second flight to Mars this week after United Arab Emirates orbiter recently blasted off in a rocket from Japan. The U. S is aiming to launch perseverance is most sophisticated Mars Rover ever from Cape Canaveral, Florida next week. I'm Karyn Gemma's. If all goes according to plan Tian Wen, one will arrive at the Red Planet in February 2021.

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"karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Matters where you get your news WBZ news radio seventy nine degrees in Boston at eleven o'clock in the evening on Dan Watkins here's what's happening another step towards re opening is set for Monday significant restrictions being lifted for phase two part two here's lieutenant governor Karyn Polito as a governor has stated step two of phase two begins on Monday June twenty second this step will include the re opening of indoor dining and close contact personal services such as nail salons and retailers make open fitting rooms by appointment only and offices will be allowed to increase their capacity to fifty percent governor Baker says the state's rate of positive corona virus tests continues to decline the average positive test rate in Massachusetts is now about two point three percent since mid April the average positive test rate has fallen by ninety two percent right now fewer than a thousand people in the Commonwealth are hospitalized I went back to the middle of April and couldn't find a number that was that low on the hospitalizations yeah meanwhile data released Friday by the state health department indicates just how disproportionate the covert pandemic's impact has banned WBZ's Madison Rogers brings us some alarming statistics black and Latino Massachusetts residents tested positive at a rate three times higher than white residents hospitalizations and deaths were also higher for communities of color the information was published by the state covert nineteen health equity advisory group of all the positive confirmed cases in the state around twenty nine percent were reported as Hispanic but they make up twelve percent of the population and fourteen percent of the positive cases were reported as black there about seven percent of the total population the study also shows that nine of the ten municipalities with the highest infection rates are mostly people of color as a cabbie out to the data up for around a third of tasks the person's race was unknown or missing with the study the board released recommendations including further multi lingual outreach to communities and more equitable distribution of PP Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio an Oxford a rally to support prime fitness taking place today the gym's electricity was cut and the locks were changed this week after a judge ruled the town can use whatever means necessary to close the facility governor Baker ordered all gyms to close under the state's emergency coronavirus restrictions but owner David Bonnen rip re open his doors one month ago he spoke to WBZ TV at the rally everybody thinks it's it's ridiculous what's happening they completely overstepped by shutting the doors they also overstepped by shutting my second business down which is an essential business and I know lost thousands dollars worth of food.

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"karyn" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"karyn" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Just pretty amazing, very bright, very sparkly dimples energy the whole thing in fact when I think back to her. Referrals. Everything always said she has. She's very energetic now. Okay, let's translate energetic. Know read between the lines. Yes, yes I. I think. A lot of us would think will energetic. She probably was like hyper. Add actually she was hyper. Vigilant is what she was. She had so many stress chemicals running through her body was so much deep deep fear in her that she was hyper vigilant, and she had survival skills. She developed in order cope in her life. Any Theo. Pia and they came out looking like a whole lot of energy. But we knew we knew things were going to be challenging. Heard that people often have this honeymoon period when they get home and so when she and rests. Got Home. I was expecting that we did not have that you know. From the time she came home. We were faced with really challenging behaviors things. We'd never expected you know she had been so. Her brain had been so impacted by trauma that she saw the entire. World is threatening and everybody. All of her siblings were competition to her, and so she had to be dominant. You know because that's how she knew. That's how you get the food. That's how you get the close. That's how you get. Kind attention you know. Was Making sure you're the fastest the strongest, the loudest, the cutest you know all of that. And some of that came out looking like aggression, which was very scary back then you know it was such a shock in our family, and not all sudden have. Aggression so. You Know I. Think because we were so well prepared with studied guy, we went to a special training course just for people adopting from Ethiopia. We. My background was in mental health. We've been for twenty years. So, even though it was challenging I think we felt very optimistic that you know yeah, of course, it's going to be hard. This little girl has been through so much. Of course, it's going to be hard. But it's all going to be okay because we know what to do, and it's just GonNa take time. Well, even with time passing actually things continued to get worse. They didn't resolve. They didn't get better. and. We were really in desperate need of help. And I can earn number pulling literally pulling books off of my butt case because I of course by all kinds of adoption books and read them all. And just scanning through them trying to find something that would help. It makes me choke up right now, just thinking about it and actually in the room with that book case right now in all of those books, next member does kneeling on the floor, and in looking through trying to find anything that would help me. Because I was desperate, and our whole life had begun to revolve around rages, and very out of control, behavior and aggression. And it was. Very overwhelming. So sometime during that time you know way way back before it even brought our kids home. I had started a blog. One thankful mom dot com and I'd started writing there. and. I had begun to get a little more honest about what was going on. Because at first I didn't want to. I didn't want to discourage anybody. Because I knew I was so sure things were just going to get better that I. didn't. I figured it wouldn't really benefit anyone for me to write about how hard things were. But when I started to get honest. That's when people really started to come and read in. You know that's where we used to interact back. In the day, we used to actually interact on our blogs and the comments right yeah. Yeah. We didn't have the facebook groups and the things that we have now. So one of my readers. And I would love to find out who that was someday. She told me about this woman. Dr Karyn Purvis and her book the Connected Child. I hadn't heard of Doctor Purvis I hadn't heard of the book, but it was quite new back then. So, I got the book. And I read it and. There were a lot of things in there. There was a lot ardy new, but what I didn't have before reading, it was really concrete. Tools you know to us when I was actually interacting in parenting, my child and so? That was really really helpful. It began to sort of open my mind to this new way of looking at the challenges and thinking about the the what these behaviors were actually saying. You know the need behind the behavior and all of that. But what was even better than reading the Connected Child? Was the same person gave me some links to some videos of Carter Purvis. Speaking and they were from an old conference. They weren't anything big. They weren't professionally done. But when I heard her speak. That's when I knew. That she. Had something incredible to offer me because. Hearing her talk about how she worked with children. That was so powerful. You know and I remember crying watching her speak thinking. She has hoped for my kids. And if she could believe. The my kids could hill than I would hold onto that hope. Sorry I'm surprised I'm so shop. But it was very powerful. And I remember telling rest. I need you to watch these videos? And so we watched them together and he had the same experience. We're both just crying, so then I went back and I reread the.

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"The Green Mile" Costume Director: Karyn Wagner.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"The Green Mile" Costume Director: Karyn Wagner.

"My next guest is a costume designer she's been in the business for three generations her film logger fee if I don't lose my voice here reading off all these wonderful works movies and shows preacher Mr Church Friday night lights the notebook assault let's see Majestic Green Mile Waco just to name a few she's wonderful and the very talented Karen Wagner Karen thanks for coming on the show today thank you I'm delighted to be here you know what I love about you as you mentioned third generation so anytime I get back from please call me out on it because I pride myself on my research and if I'm wrong I want to know about it okay so your grandmother's silent film actress in Your Grandfather's and Academy Award winning cinematographer who who won an award for Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca my right with both of those things that is correct so those two good so I have to say what your path was much more I mean I think it's always in Europe are not trying to talk for you but I feel like it's always been in you but I always say I'm genetically modified yeah that's a good way of putting it a cow and I'm GonNa get you graduated UC Davis with a degree in painting in our history you Kinda WanNa say took your time but you were very selective allow your path which I really love like many people jump into something and it's like well you know this isn't right for me you kind of took your time yes and things happen but talk a little bit about that early part of your life care well I don't know if I selectively took my time so much as I'm of an Omnivore when it comes to studies and interests I love so many different things and throughout my life I've had this balance of being obsessed with science and math I'm one of those rare weird people who loves math so I've had this dichotomy between math in science and sheer creativity and I guess at the end of the day and as I sit here thinking about what I really had to do was find something that combined the you so I tried a number I I went to UC Davis hoping originally hoping to pursue a career in veterinary medicine and that kind of lost its interest for me and I tried a few other things I studied you know a little bit of law I studied a little bit of chemistry as a little bit of it engineering and I found myself really obsessed with history but the study of history is so often linear about specific things and I'm really far more interested in the whole culture so you can see where this is slow leading me towards costume design because I do a lot of period pieces and I'm always obsessed with creating as much of the world that the script is portraying as much as I can you know whatever period were in like trying to to tip a nod to the politics of the time or other current events of the time so and using what I do also to combine any science so I recently become obsessed with enough I'm not sure I'll be able to spell whereas to to pronounce it right but Electro Micron and photography. So it's it's microscopic photography and the a lot of the images are you know the the surfaces of flies is in mods wings and things and you can't imagine that they're gonNa look where they do so I was able to take that for instance and and apply towards the science fiction project that I finished earlier this year trying to combine you know again combine my love of science it's with my love of of all things artistic and creative so I think that it wasn't so much that I was carefully picking my past we know although I thank you for saying such a lovely way I think it was more me searching for something that would enable me to combine a lot of interest and keep me and keep me interested for careers worth yeah because I have the attention of a fruit flies also like art in science and math are completely could be run in this different sides of the brain different like I feel like there but for you it's so I don't want to say it but it's so it's kind of a collective thing to have you be kind of strong all three of those like you don't see that a lot you know yeah yeah yeah it's I talked to other people in and I'm I'm always I always feel like I'm not the smartest person in the room or the most well educated in a room and I'm often surprised to find that like other you know other people know so much about one thing and then are not interested in learning how about other things and that's not to say you know either way is right or wrong it just surprise dismay that everybody isn't as I like to say I'm never us as I am you know and I feel I mean just looking from researching your life I feel like your degree in art history really helped you in a variety of ways I feel like you use it a lot in your profession I feel like your your your attention to detail is unbelievable I just be like all the things that go into being a history major specifically art history from the outside looking in to me it seems like it really made a big difference for you is that if I want but words in your mouth but is somewhat accurate it's completely completely accurate I mean I have probably a hundred thousand paintings in my brain and so all you have to do is say a year or or mentioned and historical happening or oh my goddess dear just wet hopping through backyards looking out the window and this dear just went crazy running through my my wow so beautiful yes and the other thing that art history taught me you know not just not just like what kind of painting was happening at a specific year or costumes were you know fifteen thirty Knicks versus you know eighteen thirty six but framing framing and chats skewer and light how different can't painting movements used light or were affected by light and so I think that that has been a great how should I say this has been it's been it's been very helpful to me because I will notice the light wherever I'm shooting because I typically am on location and wherever I go the lights going to be different so the light becomes a character and so I'm able to interact with the DP the production designer and say well the light is going to be very northern or it's going to be very direct from above you know because we're closer to the equator let's use a lot of brighter colors you know so the this wonderful three way conversation it's gets going and I really love working with other departments I don't like it when I end up on a show where everybody's in their own little double and doesn't want to communicate with any other departments because I feel like there's this great saying in the Arab world that a horse made by committee is a camel and it might be a little more on Ganley but it's a far more valuable animal to have in the middle of the desert right so I always you like I want to create the camel even though the horse might be more romantic if that makes sense definitely accents so so in your -perienced you find that it is a team effort hurt you just mentioned that the director of Photography and I have a few questions about this topic I'll kind of be jumping around a little bit here but like you find it's often you do so your choices right so is it usually are you working with cinematographer and the director and the actor or is it kind of just depending on the set how is it usually work for you Karen or like I said is it is it is it a case by case scenario it's really a case by case scenario a lot of it has to do often has to do with how much productions like how crowded RIPTA's like how much there is to get done I know that everybody tries to communicate and you know it's like I try to work with the production designer the set decorator and make sure that you know they're not putting up Lilac wallpaper while I'm dressing somebody lilac known all the standard things and I know everybody tries to work together but it depends you know it always depends on the combination of people You know when I did underground which is stories about runaway slaves the production designer the set decorator on the prop master and I we were like the foremost tears you know and like every ten minutes there was a texture assembly. I'm looking at this I'm thinking about this you know you know Karen here's The gun nature's packed can you make a purse that will fit the gun you know so she can the party carrying a gun in her purse that kind of thing it's always we're always trying to work together in some depth that's possible sometimes it's not an every occasionally okay you do run across somebody and that's just not the way they want to work and you can now no I prefer it when we do work

Karen Ten Minutes
"karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Degrees in Boston at six thirty Good Friday evening. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. Blackstone woman accused of second degree murder and McClatchy is now in the hands of a judge. WBZ's Karyn regal reports from Worcester, superior court, the crux of the case is this the is Eric Murray lived in a squat home, but didn't have the capacity to understand how bad it was or that her children were endanger. The Commonwealth says were two sets of rules for children. One for the wanted and the neighbors children. In one of the unwanted and prosecutor Christopher Hodgkins says Murray knew she had done something wrong, did if we look at which he said to Nicklaus on that day when the veil of secrecy was lifted. We have the answer. She said to him. How could you do this to me? Superior court Karyn regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio getting closer, but they're not there yet. How the red line were continues near where a red line train derailed. This week near JFK UMass station signal issues, still need to be resolved. And the t says passengers should plan to allow at least fifteen extra minutes to get around that area and BT a general manager, Steve. Pathetic also talked about the derailment investigation would like to recap where we are in terms of the investigation of the incident. Right now, we're able to rule out any signs of foul play or operator error our investigators continued continue to closely examine everything from the track infrastructure to the train at self in an effort to find a cause TA expects to have an update on repairs on Sunday. WBZ, of course we'll keep you posted..

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"karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Blackstone. WBZ's Karyn regal is following all the developments inside the courtroom, and we'll be hearing from her throughout the day. Well acting secretary of homeland security, Kevin michelina appeared before the Senate Judiciary committee today to talk about the problems at the US southern border and what to do about it. Here's ranking member Senator Dianne Feinstein in her opening comments. I g concluded that immigrants are held in facilities that and this is a quote show a disregard for detainee health and safety, and quote, this is. Unacceptable, and Senator Feinstein pushing legislation that she would help say would help fix that problem committee chair, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham recently introduced legislation that would extend the amount of time the US government can hold children in custody up to one hundred days. Well in Iran, a permanent resident of the US was locked up there for four years after being accused of spying has now been set free ABC's, Matt mcgarry has more addition to his, permanent residency status in the United States needs are DACA is also a citizen of Lebanon, and so it was here in Beirut, that he landed after a flight from Tehran for his first taste of freedom. In four years, Zaka is a businessman specializing in information technology, and he was living in Washington DC, when he visited Iran for a conference in two thousand fifteen once they're Zaka was arrested charged with being an American spy and sentenced to ten years in prison. Matt mccarey ABC news. News, Beirut, Lebanon twelve thirty seven the US conference of Catholic bishops meeting in Baltimore today for their annual spring meeting, and it comes as American bishops are facing more scrutiny than ever before this month. Attorney general's across the nation sifting through files on clergy sexual abuse that were seized through search warrants and subpoenas as ABC's Philly Kabushiki tells us at the conference of Baltimore today, the sex abuse scandal will be at the forefront of bishops for new accountability measures in place that their November meeting that included a special commission involving lay experts and clergy to review complaints against the bishops. But the Vatican put that plan on hold a new that can measure would require priests and nuns reports sex abuse cover ups to their church, superiors and that again, but many outsiders, wanted to go right to the police Phil Yaacobov, ABC news. Baltimore land at twelve thirty eight it is time for business. We go live to Bloomberg and join Tracy jonky, Tim Wall Street started the day nicely. But it's now looking the snap is longest winning streak in a couple of months. The dow. L up initially by about two hundred points now down ten the NASDAQ's down seven points. Yes. It's down to leading losers Raytheon day after announced its merger with United Technologies. Aerospace division, now, these lower prices are easy to get behind gas, buddy forecasts, the job of another sixteen cents a gallon in the coming days as the impact of lower. Crude oil, prices works its way through the pipeline. I'm Tracy jonky, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio twelve thirty nine check on sports is on the way next. You're listening to WBZ..

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"karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ's Karyn regal joining us live now with new information on the case. Karen, what do you have for us? New information in deed. I just had a conversation with Boston Police Commissioner William grop who tells me he's been in advised by Rachel Rawlins. The Suffolk County DA the surviving men and that afternoon shootout yesterday on Washington street on the Roxbury JP line will be charged with murder. I was there yesterday. And we have this on the air yesterday. You'll remember this Washington street closed down after that shootout in a store front in the afternoon. The shots rang out around three thirty in the afternoon after some sort of altercation. Belief say the two men began shooting at each other. It's unclear whether the two knew each other Commissioner grants could not comment on this. But I was told. By witnesses a woman in an SUV ran into a beauty salon wish. She had an appointment after the windows of the SUV. She was riding in or shot out. It was a very dangerous situation. Commissioner growth again, thanking the community. They got a score of nine one one call and the guns that was left on the street were picked up by police instead of being recirculated back into the community to be used again for God knows what the Commissioner is quite pleased without and he cannot say thank you enough. But the new information here told to me by the Commissioner is that the surviving Berkman who is still in the hospital in serious. A critical condition will be charged with murder when he is able the other man in that gunfight as we reported yesterday. Died with the Commissioner in Boston. Karyn regal WBZ, Boston NewsRadio. Karen? Thank you for that live report. It's twelve thirty eight. It's the Boston RV camping expo MLK holiday weekend. January.

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"karyn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"karyn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's just whether or not that the most nihilistic and toxic expression of that relationship gets gets voice. You know, it's like Megan FOX's images celebrity her image within transformers, which itself is Michael Bay's fantasy of female character in transformers. None of that is actually who Megan is or was. And so there were so many levels. I think of. Deep misunderstanding about. About how to frame this movie. I think what it was was that. There was like a failure to understand that the movie was more sophisticated then it's marketing materials, and that that's that's tricky and requires a lot of work, and the attitude I think at the time was well, look, you know, we have one of the best marketing teams in in the world, and we can make any piece of make money. And unfortunately for me, the the message implicit in that was even this one. When in fact, there could have been an opportunity to embrace. What actually did make it cool and interesting and funny and scary and worth watching and we're talking about and so there were so many levels where like things could have gone different way. And they just didn't so many steps in the process that were sort of the exact wrong thing happened each time. I think maybe also straight dudes Lakeway self are. Not as facile with the language of camp as other segments of the population might be though, it's funny because ironically to me, I look at the language of independence day and transformers and Pacific rim and like that's kind of camp. It's just it's it's just hope it's coded for men Thomas can Kate painting. I was just looking at where there's literally a like it's like a flyover by the by some fighter jets on a NASCAR arena with like fireworks exploding in the air. And like a bunch of American flags. As well. And they're all sparkling with the light of thousand Suns see for me. It's like if I were to become, you know, my own version of Thomas Kincaid, it might be that painting with like a young woman at the edge of lake like puking into it. So. So to give you a sense of like, you know, I'm all for, you know, a multitude of of of languages represented, you know, media languages represented, but I there's ways to tweak it, I think, you know, the other piece of that besides the way people were trying to deal with Meghan. Fox's celebrity at the time is that, you know, one of Diablo cody's, great qualities as a screenwriter is her cleverness, and that's a quality that has.

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1 missing after Boeing 737 lands in ocean near Micronesia

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

1 missing after Boeing 737 lands in ocean near Micronesia

"If can't give them rooms we're gonna try to get into market rate housing, all these things. Kind of like move fast. But in the end if we have to shelter people and Lawrence Karyn, regal WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Facebook says it does not know who hacked into fifty million accounts technology writer, Kate Bevan says to followed from the cyber attack will be enormous. He used Facebook to sign into any other sites. Like, I didn't like tend to like Airbnb like delivery like anything that uses these third party signs that also potentially compromise. And that's

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China ‘strongly outraged’ by US sanctions over Russian fighter jets deal

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

China ‘strongly outraged’ by US sanctions over Russian fighter jets deal

"WBZ's Karyn regal who's been in revere. All morning, and she can tell us why. Yeah. I got the assignment of the day. Nicole? We have a juvenile humpback whale which washed up here on the beach in revere. It is this. Well, second appearance. Well, I washed up on the beach in Cohasset. It was towed back out to sea on nine fourteen. No, one does say a land disposal is preferable. In a statement WBZ.

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Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions

Just Don't Lose The Money with Rubino and Liang

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions

"Gopi and WBZ news. It's a sigh of relief for some residents of south Lawrence told that they could start returning to their homes days after being forced out by the gas. Fires and explosions that hit that city and two other Merrimack valley communities for some homes will never be the same. But as WBZ's Karyn regal reports for others. It's good to be home walking around her neighborhood in south Lawrence. And she's very happy to be here. Very lucky. I don't see any damage inside out. Side so far.

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Gunmen dressed as mariachi musicians kill 4, wound 9 in tourist area

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Gunmen dressed as mariachi musicians kill 4, wound 9 in tourist area

"News time twelve nineteen eighty degrees. Mostly sunny skies in Boston. Good afternoon. I'm art Cohen WBZ news. Our top stories now the communities in the Merrimack valley are returning home today. Hard at work picking up the pieces after Friday's gas explosions, the National Transportation Safety board says the cause of the incident may take up to two years to nail down. But right now, it does not look like it was caused intentionally amid the cleanup in Lawrence a fire broke out in a three story residents on diamond street. Authorities say thirty say it is not related to the gas incident.

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President, Mike Pence and The New York Times discussed on Wake Up Call

Wake Up Call

00:16 sec | 4 years ago

President, Mike Pence and The New York Times discussed on Wake Up Call

"Good morning. So tell us a little bit about what we said in this op Ed in the New York Times that the president calls a gutless editorial. Yeah. It was a pretty scathing piece that was written by a senior administration official. The New York Times says they of course know who it is. It wasn't submitted to them anonymously, but they're not revealing it

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Ethnicity not a factor in Elizabeth Warren's rise in law

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Ethnicity not a factor in Elizabeth Warren's rise in law

"Senator Elizabeth Warren says there's no hidden message in her release. Of employment. Documents to the globe WBZ's Karyn regal explain ask, Elizabeth Warren over and over again if she's running for, president you'll, get the, same, answer I I'm running for the United States Senate we have. Sixty three days until the general election I am all in on that that's, why the timing of a Boston, Globe deep dive into the senators records is interesting the report shows Warren did not claim. Native American heritage to get hired despite, what political rivals in conservative talk show hosts have said so why release all that paperwork now I finally got all of the

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President Donald Trump goes after AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka on Labor Day

WBZ Afternoon News

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

President Donald Trump goes after AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka on Labor Day

"President. Trump started his Labor Day with an attack on a top. Union leader in a tweet this morning the president said. That AFL CIO president Richard Trumka. Represented his union, poorly on television this weekend he added it is easy to see why, unions are doing so poorly a damn Trumka appeared on Fox News Sunday where he said efforts to, overhaul the North American Free trade. Agreement. Should include Canada he also, said of Trump the things. That he's done to hurt workers outpace what. He's done to help workers Trump then touted the. Economy saying our country is doing. Better than ever with record unemployment that is the record employment at record lows the unemployment. Rate of three point nine percent is not at the best point ever. It is near the lowest in eighteen

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State Orders Hampton Hotel to Remediate Legionnaires' Disease Bacteria, Notify Guests

Glenn Beck

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

State Orders Hampton Hotel to Remediate Legionnaires' Disease Bacteria, Notify Guests

"House the bacteria that causes legionaires disease has been found in multiple rooms at a Hampton beach hotel health department, ordered the sands resort to notify all guest of. The outbreak in to fix the problem. Officials say fourteen people contracted the infection in Hampton, and, one of them died nine of those victims stayed at the Sands hotel. SAM's hotel and resort in Hampton

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U.S., Canada Fail to Reach Deal on Rewriting NAFTA; Negotiations to Resume Wednesday

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

U.S., Canada Fail to Reach Deal on Rewriting NAFTA; Negotiations to Resume Wednesday

"Thirty negotiations on NAFTA resume on Wednesday after, they abruptly halted last week following the publication of off the record comments President Trump made to Bloomberg news in which he. Said that he wouldn't be willing to make any trade concessions to Canada yesterday the president warned, Canada that it would be out of a revised, North American trade agreement, unless it's fair to the United States on Friday the president notified congress that he would sign an agreement with Mexico in. Ninety days and hopes candidate can, be brought on board to Richard Trumka, president of the AFL CIO says he. Supports, the deal to scrap NAFTA but thinks Canada needs to be? Involved NAFTA has had a devastating effect on the working, people this country for, the last twenty five years so we've been aggressively pursuing an agreement that works for the workers in all three countries and. I can say we're not done, yet

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Senator John McCain Doug, Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Francis discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Senator John McCain Doug, Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Francis discussed on WBZ Morning News

"News the Catholic churches abuse scandal is getting attention during pope. Francis trip to Ireland the pope. Met with eight abuse survivors and. During a speech to the Irish government authorities he vowed to end sex abuse and cover ups ABC's David. Wright reporting from Dublin describes the high stakes with the pope's visit the survivors of sexual abuse who met privately. With the pope said. That they urged him to, address this issue in the papal mass on Sunday in Phoenix Park and pope, Francis I promise that he would address it This is the. First visit by. A, pope to Ireland in forty years meantime WBZ's Karyn regal tells us about a small protest outside the cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston where. People were demanding action from the church They opened with song before they proceeded with what, they call a survivor station on the cross. Kelly west is with Catholics for action which was formed after. The Pennsylvania report more is always needed you know there. It was great. For, the pope to come out to

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