35 Burst results for "Katy"

Swift guitar, Eminem shoes among items in charity auction

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Swift guitar, Eminem shoes among items in charity auction

"Taylor Swift, Eminem, and Joni Mitchell have donated memorabilia that will be auctioned to raise money for charity. I'm marchesa a letter with the latest. Julian's auctions estimates Taylor Swift's autographed acoustic guitar emblazoned with the artwork from her evermore album will sell for between 5010 $1000. Eminem wrote the word shady on a pair of Nike air max shoes that could sell for up to $3000. Joni Mitchell donated a signed print of her original oil painting of Jimi Hendrix, other items were donated by BTS, Paul McCartney, Katy Perry and Ozzy Osbourne, the February 5th auction outside Los Angeles will benefit music cares, the recording academy's charity for musicians.

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"katy" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

08:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"katy" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"It seemed like enjoy it while it lasts. Because give yourself another two years. And then you're going to have to figure out what other line of work you're going to do, you know? I mean, it definitely felt like that. And but it felt like that to me on the outside. Yeah. What was going to happen here? Did you think about what else you would do? No. Back to the office of public safety. And be like, we're just going to keep doing the work and see what happens. That seems like actually a quite positive response to a moment like that. Maybe. I mean, what else are you going to do? What else? I had no plan. I don't, I don't want to do anything else. This is, I like this. And I think I had the most a younger writer with up here one time and said that some of her friends thought, you know, when I was, I think I was referencing some old stories that I really liked and she said, you know a lot of my friends feel like that's just really precious way to think about it. And it's just broke my heart. I was like, this is a whole thing that I guess is there's a group of people who, I mean, I knew there were people who never cared about it. Totally fine. I get that. People who I thought would care about it, and that they were going away too. For reasons I didn't understand at all because I was like, I should totally be the audience for long form stories. And if they don't like it, that feels weird. Like, why? I don't know if it's got two truths or a formal for a lot of people or to stuffy. I don't understand, I don't know. I mean, it's definitely changed. You've watched the evolution of style over the time that you've just been doing long for like, how would you describe it? I feel like the thing that has changed, but this is probably pretty specific to my experience, is that I think that fewer young people who are really talented storytellers are choosing this medium as a place to work. And I think it's because it feels less viable. Yeah, you can make a living. Yeah. Yeah. I think it has a lot to do with the economics of it. The barrier to entry is really high. The number of slots feel really low. And there's no pipeline anymore. Yeah. So that's what feels the most distinct to me, which is also quite, I just think it doesn't feel realistic. Yeah. That's a bummer that all makes me. Oh, it makes me it all makes me bummed out. Can we just talk about stories for a little while? Yeah. I will say, before I ask you about your stories, it feels good in here. Yeah. This is where a nice studio. These guys have a good vibe. There's like your offices in downtown Austin. It's got a big feels like it feels like a magazine. Yeah, yeah. Does it feel that way to you? Yeah, totally. Yeah, there was a while when it didn't, because we moved over by the highway briefly, and there was this, I remember trying to describe to somebody who was coming up for an interview where it was. And I said, look for the building in the middle of a field near the highway where you think, that can't be it, and take a right. Enter the parking lot. Yeah, but that was a brief period and now we're back downtown. We've been here for a while. And this is an amazing building view of the capitol. I mean, it's pretty awesome. I know some people at a certain point have said, you know, like I want to go do some stories outside of Texas. I just don't care about that. You never had that itch? No. I mean, this is a huge state. There's so much. And it's different everywhere you look. I mean, especially you just go to Houston and there's like worlds within worlds within worlds, just in the one city. You go to San Antonio and you're like in a different country and you go to Dallas, you're in a totally different country. I mean, it's just I just feel like it's every area you drive a few hours and you're someplace that where the people are slightly different from where you just left. It's just, it's wild to me. It's endlessly fascinating. All right, let's talk about your story. Can we talk about some stories? Let's talk stories. All right, I don't know how to talk to you about your stories and not start with the fruitcake story. Okay. Maybe you could briefly give the synopsis of the fruitcake story. Yes. And then we can talk a little bit about con men. Okay. Sandy Jenkins was a 50 some year old second level accountant. He had one guy over him and accounting in a company called the Collin street bakery, which is considered the greatest fruitcake company in the world. Thank you very much. And they're up in course Canada just southeast of Dallas and I think they say 50 miles and a hundred years previous to Dallas. Something like that. I can't remember what you're saying. 50 miles in a hundred years south of Dallas. A $1000. And then he, one day, decided to start embezzling money, and after 7 or 8 years, had quietly embezzled $17 million. $17 million. 17 million is a lot. It's a lot of fruitcake. Yeah. In he wasn't he wasn't quiet about it. Oh. He was splashing money around. Totally. Because he wanted to impress, this is what I thought was so fun about this story is no matter where you live, there's probably going to be some group that folks in that town want to impress. Whether it's New York City or Dallas or course Cana. And of course kana, he wanted to impress the mucky mucks of that town, which is just the funniest thing in the world to me. But, you know, that's how it is everywhere. And he was willing to talk with me. The feds were willing to talk and kind of reveal how they were able to find him and figure things out. The people at the bakery were remarkably open about it and bob mcnutt is real name. Bob mcnutt, owner of the fruitcake company, was all for it. Why was he all four do you think? He's a funny guy. He's a guy who had $17 million stolen from him. Under his own jokes. Yeah. Totally. I love that guy. And he wasn't just making jokes to me. He was making jokes all over town. And when they did the auctioned off, you after sandy got busted and they were auctioning off all of his many, many furs and watches and wines and, oh God, he just had so much stuff in his house so they had the auction and people were lined up down the block and bob McNabb is going up and down the line with a bunch of cookies, you know, chatting people up and making jokes. I'm trying to get him to pay top dollar because he was gonna get. She's gonna get some rosy. Great, he was gonna get everything from the cell. Yeah. It's almost like everyone in that

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Stastny, Kochetkov lead Hurricanes to 3-0 win over Islanders

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Stastny, Kochetkov lead Hurricanes to 3-0 win over Islanders

"Paul stastny's first goal of the season was the game winner as the hurricanes blank the islanders, three zero. Stats in the open the scoring 7 O 6 into the second period. Carolina later took control on goals by jesper kak and yummy and Jordan stall during the first 9 minutes of the third. Hurricanes defenseman Brady Shea. That was great. I mean, that was probably one of our best games of the year. If not, if not the best, just the way that we want to play. For checking, not giving them much. Peter Katy kaf needed to make just 16 saves to secure his second career shutout. Ilya siroc and stopped 28 shots in the islanders fourth loss in 6 games. I'm Dave ferry.

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Katy Tur Wonders About a Future for John Fetterman

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Katy Tur Wonders About a Future for John Fetterman

"But just when it can't get any crazier, you hear Katie tur say this guy, hey, the Senate is just a springboard to something bigger and better. Betterman as a nominee at some point for president. I know there's some variables, obviously. But I just, you know, what he did in the super red, deep red parts of Pennsylvania and the way that he ran ahead of Biden, as you were saying, ran ahead of Trump. I mean, it just makes you wonder about his future. His future. Makes you wonder about his future, his prod is presidential aspirations, what?

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Meghan and Harry Fear the Bling Ring

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Meghan and Harry Fear the Bling Ring

"Yeah, crime is up everywhere, man. Meghan Markle and prince Harry are scared. And their neighborhood. They're leaving their $14 million montecito home. There's no crime in montecito. There's not even flower boxes that get pushed over. So they have their sights on that. I'm very exclusive California private community called hope branch. People say the couple have, well, their current sprawling home doesn't properly accommodate them. Because they're a family of four. I don't know what that means it's too big or too small, but nothing I'm on aceto small, hope ranch is a suburb of Santa Barbara, California. Very affluent community, a lot of equestrians there. There's a nearby country club, there's a tennis court, a golf club, almost 30 miles of horse track riding trails, because all the 10% of the community owned horses there. The room while they're moving, this is the rumor. There was a news story that came out that there's a bling ring type of style, you know, out of area, death gang. And apparently they heard through the Grapevine that they had the Dutch and the duke and duchess montecito neighborhood on their hit list. Yeah, I mean, it's a great place to go Robin. It's got money everywhere. I mean, Adam Levine's out there, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Ellen DeGeneres. Yeah. Make a lot of money out there with a bling ring. And I don't want to see these two git hurt, but I wouldn't mind finding out they got robbed. Like a Kim Kardashian Paris style robbery. Megan Markle needs that. There's always something that's hard on them. The family was harder than the queen was hard. They want their privacy. Her stupid podcast, his complete befuddled face everywhere.

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Katy Tur Wonders if She's Doing 'More Harm Than Good'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 6 months ago

Katy Tur Wonders if She's Doing 'More Harm Than Good'

"Even the media, even the media now notices and is aware of the complete contempt we have. For the mainstream media, Katie tur. It's one of the usual suspects over to MSNBC. I want you to hear what she said this week. This is a tweet that went viral. I mean, a video clip that went viral, only because, and people are saying, oh my gosh, you're going to, you're not going to bully. Here's Katie tur from MSNBC in a rare moment of introspection about the condition of the filthy, corrupt, decrepit, incompetent, buffoons in her profession. Today that shows that the trust in media and newspapers and television is hitting an all time low. People don't trust us, they don't believe us. And it makes me wonder if this job, as I'm currently doing it, is effective. But if it's doing more harm than good, I don't have a good answer for that. Well, I do. I've got a good answer. Yes, you're doing more harm than good, Katie sure. I can

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"katy" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"katy" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Fresh air, and we're speaking with Katy tur, she's a correspondent for NBC News and anchor of Katy tur reports on MSNBC. She has a new book about her family relationships, childhood, and professional career. It's called rough draft, a memoir. You were covering the Boston Marathon bombing in April of 2013. In a hotel as you write it, exhausted, but things were still happening because the suspects were still at large. Then the phone rings, it's your dad with some very big personal news. What happened? So it was late at night. I think around 10 o'clock 11 o'clock at night. And I am watching local news in my hotel room. It's the first time I'd been inside all day. I'm eating a cheeseburger, it's the first meal I have had that wasn't in a plastic wrapper. They've been tethered to a live shot for countless hours. And I get a call from my dad and as I said up to this point, our relationship was strained. It was difficult. It was hard. You never knew if it was going to be a good conversation or a bad conversation. And my dad's calling and I remember thinking, do I have the energy for this right now? And I decided I did. I hadn't heard from him, and I thought maybe he was calling to say, you're on a crazy big national story. Let's talk about it. But instead, it was a, it was a completely different call. And this is where pronouns are going to get shaky. So I'll switch, but he says to me, Katie, are you sitting down? And I said, yeah. And he said, I have something big to tell you. And I said, okay, and he said, I'm becoming a woman. And I remember in the moment, I thought he, 'cause I'm still thinking he at this point. Was joking. Because it felt very out of left field. And I said, are you kidding? Are you serious? And he said, serious is a heart attack. And in that moment, I didn't really know what to make of it because it felt out of the blue. It was on the phone. I didn't have any cultural touchstones to guide me, orange is a new black hadn't yet aired and Laverne Cox wasn't yet a household name. This wasn't a part of the national dialog yet. It was going to be pretty soon, but it wasn't yet. And.

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"katy" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"katy" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I had been to neighborhoods that they had never been to. I had spoken to the types of people that they had never interacted with. I had talked about problems that you don't get in every neighborhood. Problems with hot water, the camera surveillance, not working in some of the housing complexes. The subways problem. So the other day when there was a shooting in the subway and they had no surveillance video. I went to report for that for MSNBC and I had a full background of all of the problems that New York City has had with surveillance because I had come up through local news. You ended up doing an extent with the weather channel and you got connected, you just you were noticed, you ended up at WNBC and started getting on the national nightly news. So things were starting to move. think? So my dad was touch and go on this stuff. And we our relationship was strained. When I moved to New York, he felt it was kind of a personal slight. And he felt, I think my relationship with Keith was a bit of a personal slight. He thought that because the business had fallen apart that I was ashamed. And so our relationship was tense. And it always felt like one wrong word and we'd get into a big fight. And so when he would call and give me advice about my job, I took it as not so much fatherly advice to his daughter, but him lecturing me on what I was doing wrong. Not so much of what I was doing, right? Like my hair wasn't combed for my first story I did for nightly news. I didn't look good. Not like, oh my God, you were on nightly news. Congratulations. What an amazing thing. No, your hair, comb your hair, even though I was doing a story underneath the city of New York about the second avenue subway and it was very humid down there. There was nothing I could do. I was wearing a hard hat. And if when I was in that news 12, what are you doing at news 12, you should be at one of the owned and operated in New York. I got to WPIX great, but you should be at WNBC. I got to WNBC. Well, you should be on the network. I got to the network. Why aren't you anchoring? And I know it came from a good place, but it didn't, it made me feel worthless. Let's take another break here. We are speaking with Katie tour. She's a correspondent for NBC News and anchor of Katy tur reports. Her new memoir is called rough draft a memoir will continue our conversation after.

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"katy" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:25 min | 8 months ago

"katy" Discussed on Fresh Air

"People who reached out a hand, even when they didn't have to. Most people see people in a time of need and they do look away. So I was just wondering, what made you talk to me? 'cause it made my day a lot better. Listen to.

"katy" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:22 min | 8 months ago

"katy" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Davies in for Terry gross, who's off this week. Our guest MSNBC anchor Katy tur was last on fresh air to talk about her book unbelievable, which chronicled her experience covering Donald Trump's first presidential campaign. Her new book is a more personal memoir, in which she reflects on her childhood family relationships and professional career. In some ways, she seemed destined to be a broadcast journalist. Here she is as a little girl being asked to pretend she's a reporter. Tell me her tell me how to have time. Pretend you're doing a report, a radio report for Koenigsegg. On fire broke down and we're in San Diego. That clip of little Katie is from the 2020 documentary about her parents, who ran a breaking news service in Los Angeles that got huge TV scoops, often shooting video from a helicopter. Katie's dad was then known as bob tur that was before her dad came out as a trans woman in 2013. She's now Zoe tur. Katie's difficult and evolving relationship with her dad is one of the central themes of the new memoir. Katy tur is a correspondent for NBC News and anchor of Katy tur reports, which airs 2 p.m. weekdays on MSNBC. Her new book is rough draft, a memoir. Well, Katie tur welcome back to fresh air. Dave, thank you so much for having me. You know, most of it. And I grew up in South Texas, and we never, the thought that I would know anybody who was on TV or in the news or in the movies was just unthinkable. That's true for a lot of us. Your childhood was a little different, wasn't it? Well, we grew up with parents who were on TV in the news. And so we knew everybody in their lives. And we also, my brother and I grew up at the airport in Santa Monica and at this airport were tons of celebrities, Harrison Ford, Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, the hangar next.

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NJ Gov. Phil Murphy Held Focus Groups Over COVID Mask Mandates

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 1 year ago

NJ Gov. Phil Murphy Held Focus Groups Over COVID Mask Mandates

"Anyway New Jersey governor Phil Murphy on Monday Decided to change all of his mask mandates and say yeah we've turned the corner were coming out of this and of course it's not the science Of course it's not science other than political science of course Katy pavage points out that a saw hill kapur journalist for NBC News political reporter not a science reporter I don't know political reporter Points out this article in The New York Times Quoting now mister Murphy's advisers were struck by the findings Of a focus group across the board voters shared frustrations over public health measures a sense of pessimism about the future and a deep desire to return to some sense of normalcy so they conducted focus groups My Friends Focus The office of the governor of New Jersey Phil Murphy actually had to spend I'd love to know if it was government money tax dollars on this focus group or if it came from his campaign but they spent money on a focus group to find out how voters were feeling about the mandates after two years Really Really you need to have a focus group on that and that even worse when the focus group comes in and says yeah they're frustrated and they have pessimism about the future and they want to get out of this and get back to normal This is the worst part Bad part number one they actually had to conduct a focus group Bad part number two mister Murphy's advisers were struck by the findings They were struck by the findings They're shocked to hear that you're sick and tired of this

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"katy" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"Save five dollars a day rather than one hundred and fifty dollars a month which are the same thing you see dramatically higher rates at which people take it up or if you set a goal for someone to volunteer for hours a week instead of two hundred hours a year. You see a lot more volunteering some work. My doctoral student unease ri- has led so when we break down that big goal into a bite size. What am i going to do today or this week. And then we make a concrete plan about how will i do. Where will i do when i do it. That makes it much clearer. What our commitment is. It's harder to procrastinate. Put off to the future. Because you say you know. I'm going to be breaking my commitment. If i don't do this thing and that bite-size progress makes you feel like you're you're building momentum towards something bigger so really important to break those big goals down and then we see much more success. Well this has been fantastic katy. What's again the author of how to change Go pick up a copy you know. She's just kind of giving you a taste of this great framework of how you can really implement change so we can get from where we are to where we wanna go so alcan people keep in touch with you. Katie going forward. Thank you for having me again. By the way i just wanna say this was really fun. I appreciate the opportunity to speak with you today on people who are interested in learning more. I have a website k. t y milkman dot com just katy perry with the y thank goodness for someone else who spells it that way. I know you also have an unusual spelling. It has on my website links to the book. The podcast the research. I do at the school and information on how to contact me. Follow me on twitter at katie underscore milkman and so on excellent well. This is just a great time. You know. i'm sure when you were writing this book. You did not know we were going to be in the middle of a pandemic and that so much change is going to be thrust upon us. But i think that everybody's anxiety levels are at such a heightened state right now that understanding how you can manage through some of this change that's being thrown at us and then we also are instigating. Ourselves is just really really critical. So thank you for putting out such great work and helping everybody find their way through to change. So i appreciate you joining me here today on. What's next live so thank you again. Pd have a great rest of your day. Everybody ovalles light..

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"katy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"I mean you should i write in in my book and you should see it also i. I was writing notes. When you were talking about the red sox and i think it was the year that we ended up winning the world series and i were in grad school in boston. I think at the same time but yeah so it was personally enjoyable and professionally enjoyable. And so i need to go back to my notes in seven intention to sort of try out all of these different things. I'll have to figure out what's making me flossy. How long last it's wonderful. Why thinking now you have the identity as a floss and you believe a. Hopefully we won't fall apart but if you find new barriers than you can update your strategy. I know where to go. That's right so i mean it was just. There's so much juicy stuff in here at so great a really hope. People do check out the book. Where else can people find you. I know you have your choice allergy. Podcast which is awesome so many great guests so many great topics really nicely produced so anyone who like psychologists off. The clock is gonna like choice allergies. So i definitely recommend checking that out and then where else can people find. You thank you. My website is probably the best place to find everything for them. You know if you really want to get into the nerdiness of the papers that i write two episodes of solid g. I have a newsletter that you can subscribe to their called milkman delivers. That's awesome you i will. I should say that. I really struggled to to lean that far into the ridiculous of names of my last name but my students overwhelmingly insisted when i david choices. Thank you so. The website is just katie movement dot com katie with a y. Like katy perry now deny and it's got good stuff there so that's a great place. Thank you so much for having me. This was basically for being here. This is i mean. Just i love nursing out about behavior change him. It's so great to talk to you. I really appreciate your time. thank you it was. I loved her running out.

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"katy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Introduce today's episode with katie milkman. Where we talk about her book how to change. And i found there were so many useful nuggets in this episode. And in katie's book and yell. I'm curious what your thoughts about the episode. Where well i loved it and what was so fun about it was it kind of felt like it was coming full circle. We had angela duckworth on for two hundred episode. And she mentioned a story that had happened in the past week of going to get katie milkman. Flowers for the release of her book how to change and so it was really fun to have katy on and talking about her book. But i love the science of behavior change and one of the things that you and katie talked about. That i thought was really fun. Was the idea of questioning. Like how valuable are self help. Books in prompting behavior change and it got me thinking about a study in the couple's field that i had read a while back that looked at what kinds of interventions do people do couples pursue when they're struggling in their relationships looked at. How often do people go to marriage. Retreats how often do they go to couples there be in hof and do they just pick up a cell phone book and surprise surprise the dominant.

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"katy" Discussed on Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Bachelor Party

"I was just like this. Is the communication problem and breakdown that we kind of saw last week but much more accelerated. Timeline it did sort of. Give me more of a window into what actually happened. When it's it's even more clear than ever with the weeks just insult. Last week's episode was like highly edited to construct a certain narrative. I know i'm certain a lot was left out like who. Who knows what we didn't get to see. But it's clear that they have a communication problem and that was like really really on display tonight as well. I just found the way that katy sort of wouldn't let him respond very often and sort of like had a lot of lines that she was trying to land very off putting and i also found his sort of like inability to respond really off putting like if i were her. I believe. I'm glad i'm not with those guys really articulate. I should be like he's not ready for this and she's right he. I don't think he probably did plan to propose but he wasn't ready. I don't know what made it so hard for you to watch. That's a good question. I think like. I don't wanna sound like totally naive and apply that. I think people are kind to each other all the time. That is obviously not case. But and i certainly understand why katie ny. The show know wanted her to be able to like rebut a lot of what head last week. Right i just. I don't know it's like first of all. I think it was just jarring to watch things devolve with them so quickly like again even inside of the universe of the show where things both good and bad happen on fast forward all the time something about the end of this season overall like left me not on solid footing like all of this happened so fast and i like. I don't have my bearings really on how we got from here to here. And it seemed like the people who are experiencing those things felt similarly. Like i was really i was interested in very struck by katie choosing to tell blake and justin exactly what had happened including saying that she almost left like. I think that there's something and i. It's it's i bring that up. Because i think the connection there is that there's value and speaking candidly and people expressing what they feel. I believe that. I think a lot of people believe sure what you said earlier about intention. I think is sort of just like hanging over a lot of this which you know like last week i think i had a similar experience to will probably a good you know maybe not the majority but a good swath viewers wear in the moment at the end of the hometown. I very much understood why greg was so upset and like what he needed and You know like. I just love looking at you. Like surreal the me in all the time baffler moments and i felt like of course anybody who says those things you kind of say like you know what show you're signing up for until you're blue in the face like it's human nature to want to feel.

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"katy" Discussed on Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Bachelor Party

"He is kind of normal. Finally do a deep dive into his instagram. Today by the way blake is the winner the bachelorette. i assume. You know that if you're listening to this podcast but it explicitly caney and blaker engaged and largely still together so much more on that but my deep dive into blake's instagram. His anaheim is not for you because a lot of animals though is love it. It's a lot of animals. Probably one of the highlights of the episode was blake saying he's unemployed but he will be taking trips to africa and it really yes nonprofit. He works with a nonprofit that saves rhinos in particular and south africa. Eh really bothers me that he kept saying he'll be taking trips to africa and it's like lake. If you're going back to the same thing be specific. I'm going to south africa for my work with the rhinos. I hate this like blanket. Animal blanket africa. It's like let's just get a little more specific. But i got the info i wanted from his instagram. So let me let me. Just see this. In blake's defense. That was a tough family. Visit quays on mooring and just difficult to find your way toward a very confident in detailed bit of exposition about your own life. He was just trying to try water. He was just trying to survive. Yeah but he could have said. I'm currently unemployed. I used before the show. I work before the is because he's been on a few. I worked with this conservation organization based in south africa. And i'll be going back to that. That's really short. He could could've been a little bit more specific all the piece in a way with your your through line commentary across the season about how you know broadly speaking we learned very little about any of these people very little very very little all right. So there's a few things. And i was like we're going to be a logical but after that no or not i mean it's just ridiculous. Let's just talk. Let's talk more acadia blake. Because we're we're on that topic. Do you believe that katy and blake were in love when they got engaged on the beautiful scenery of new mexico..

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Barriers to Change with Dr. Katy Milkman

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Barriers to Change with Dr. Katy Milkman

"In order to succeed. We have to understand specifically what's holding us back and it is different in different and that actually calls for different solutions. We wanna match our solution to the obstacle. We face rather than trying to use a one-size-fits-all approach which is what's often done and can often lead us astray. I have written about this in the book by breaking down some of the most common internal barriers to change that i've encountered and seen address beautifully by research. Sometimes my own research would often other people's research and so some of those most common barriers are challenges. Like the getting started problem. That it's just hard to get over the hump. Find the motivation to actually begin. You know you should change you. Keep putting it also. How do we get started. Another barrier is that we're very impulsive creatures. We are present bias meaning. We overweight the value. We get in the moment underweight. The long term rewards ramar our behaviors. So if it's not fun if it's not instantly rewarding. We often don't do things even though we should so that's another major barrier and the flip side of that is of course procrastination so because we're present bias. We procrastinate which can be obstacle to change another. I think often under appreciated problem is just forget it. You could call it flake out but you know memory we often don't treat as a serious challenge but it can be because if we just understand ways to ensure that we will recall what to do at the right time we can overcome a lot of barriers to change. And then i've also written a bit about The challenge of our tendency to take the path of least resistance that we follow. Have it and default settings and so that can actually be a barrier to change as can self confidence. If we don't believe we can do. It were unlikely to make much progress and finally a really important category of barriers. That sort of bridges actually between internal and external but we have more internal control over this than than some others peer support. So do we have people around us or who were paying attention to who are supporting our goals and showing us. What's possible or they actually holding us

Top Five Music Documentaries and Woodstock 99

The Big Picture

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Top Five Music Documentaries and Woodstock 99

"You like i are a connoisseur of music docks i imagine. How many do you think you've watched in your lifetime. Let's say let's try and put a number on this showy might be a hundred. Yeah that's that's aspirational. But i'd say anywhere seventy to a hundred feels like the sweet spot. I don't know what that says. If that's a good thing is that as good thing sean. It's chilling robbing. It's definitely yelling. It's concern you. And i've spent a lot a lot a lot of time in our lives. Digging it in your hand of music musicians musical genres the history of the form. The feuds the fights the love and it's an interesting kind of a subcategory. Why do you think music in particular has been so ripe for the documentary form especially nowadays. It feels like we're getting a new one every week including some that. The ringer ourselves are producing. It is true that the star documentary is a necessary function of a rollout. You know taylor swift if you count like a netflix concert movie. That she did. She's put out three movies like three feature length movies in like three or four years. It's just you have to do it now. You know you got the billy. Irish one It's lady gaga katy. Perry beyond says down a couple. It's just it's a natural part. I think it all goes back to two behind the music to vh one's behind the music arc the rise and fall arc like we love to watch rosters become rockstars. We loved a lot watch rockstars crash and burn you know and reliably. We get both ends of that in your typical rock documentary. Well let me psychoanalyze you a little bit. Why do we that. Why do we wanna see. These majestic figures of popular. Music hit their peaks and then crashed so painfully right. It's it's a celebrity worship thing. I think ultimately we love to build people up and we love to watch them break down if not break them down ourselves. We're sort of seeing this arc with britney spears right now which is a very moving target is a news story. But it's just

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Marysville Woman Places 4th in Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest

Tom and Curley

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Marysville Woman Places 4th in Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest

"To the annual Nathan's famous hot dog eating contest in New York. Instead of hopping up and down this year, I do have a new little wiggle to conserve energy. Unfortunately, even with her new wiggle Katy Petty's pretty Men only 8 16 hot dogs. She came in fourth at the Fourth of July contest. I think that son in the

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"katy" Discussed on Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Bachelor Party

"When like greg does something so abjectly weird as like list the states and like a fake southern accent. You're just like this is creepy man globally. I guess when you take a step out of this situation the whole thing is bizarre so like are we shocked with something happens that why did they believe. Though that that katy couldn't hear that like clearly she can hear like now. They said that when there. Why would you believe that. Yeah i mean like what would be the point of doing it. otherwise. Yeah i mean like. They think that they're going to have you this whole thing just so that you know only you and the person next to you can hear like what's the point of the date. Then yes sir. Shaded doesn't get to know anything about you. That's just sees running around. Yeah no. I don't know i mean maybe they did actually believe that..

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"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"He returns to the ring. He turns to his corner in the ring in his in his corner is a coach and a water guy and a nice guy. And they're all there. None of them are good fighters but they know good fighting and and there are good fighters out there that you can try to be like. But those aren't the guys in your corner. The guys in your corner and by the way you can interact with other fighters and find out what they do what they know but in your corner is your coach right. Isn't that a good model for this. I love it but let me actually flip that on its head and tell you something. A little counter. Intuitive is really important and is in the book that you and by the way i am. I am skating across the service and a lot of these things intentionally so you all will buy the book go ahead. Give me give put it out here. We'll hopefully this will still be helpful. Don't that there's there's lots more important more so okay. So here's one enzyme newer saying earlier. You're interested in things that surprised me. This certainly surprised me as an insight from Learn s chris winkler. Who's about to start a faculty job at the kellogg school at northwestern and was a post doc at warton She had this insight about self efficacy and motivation. That i think is just so important. That i hadn't had and i i didn't appreciate initially which is that. We spend a lot of time When we're struggling at something getting advice from other people often it's unsolicited. That often feels really obvious. We're like yeah. Yeah i knew. I knew if i wanted to do better in school. I should probably study more. Thanks thanks for your brilliant and so many people in it and it actually really can be demotivating to have people tell you these things you already know and constantly like sort of almost talking down to you. And she had the she asked the question. What if we flip the script because it seems so demotivating when somebody comes and tells you like how to do something that you kind of already know how to do. She'd done all these interviews with people who are struggling to achieve marin found. They actually have a lot of insight. Said what if instead we put you in the role of mentor. Like you're the coach. If you're trying to improve we ask you for your advice. And we ran. She ran a number of experiments iran. One with her. That all describe where we randomly assigned students at the beginning of the third quarter high school students. To either be told. Hey you're a pure coach. We want you to give some mentoring and guidance to younger students. just write. Some advice answered a few questions about how they can study more effectively and do better in school So half students got that prompt and the other half didn't About two thousand students were randomly assigned in this experiment and then we looked at took about ten minutes of their time. They're told their peer mentors. We looked at their grades at the end of the third quarter and we found that the students who had been asked to coach others had significantly higher grades. Both in math and in the class obey Had told us they most hoped to improve in We weren't turning students into valedictorians but it was like a one point. Great improvement on a scale from fifty to one hundred so for eight minutes of of just reflecting in a way on how they can help other people with some advice and we think a few things are going on from lawrence other research in the setting one. Is you feel good. When you're ashford advice. It boosts your motivation yourself. Africa's you're like. Hey if people think that i have a clue must have a clue To it leads you to respect about things that might work for you that you maybe didn't bothered introspective about for before because you need to actually communicate this someone now and finally once you say it to someone else. You don't wanna a hypocrite and so there's there's sort of saying is believing effect and cognitive dissonance. Kick in and you feel like i wanna be consistent and i want to act on on these piece of advice i've given others so i think You know you're you spend a lot of time thinking about addiction issues. I think it's completely i know. it's not accidental. That alcoholics anonymous assigns people sponsors right. There's of course the benefits of having someone you can go to. If you're struggling with being the sponsor can be beneficial as well because now someone is looking up to you looking to you for advice and you feel like you need to live up to those big shoes and it's going to build your confidence. There is something massive in this observation. I think if you keep mining here you will find many many many more things besides the ones you've just listed I this rings bells for me on one hundred levels Let me just say for instance. I'm gonna give you like three or four different things were this has had massive effect in in my world was i was shocked when we did celebrity rehab that we took our treatment of these patients. Ver-very seriously they benefited from the treatment and there was a thing that happened to every single one of them because of the cameras that i was shocked by which they once they realized they were deriving benefit. We were serious what was going on. They all articulated. They want to do well so they could be. An example for other people. Isn't that interesting. I had no idea that was coming with shock to me when i first heard it but every single one of them after that said the same thing so that's that affect you're talking about absolutely that accountability and that's something so i i was thinking i because i was so worried. The cameras would have a negative effect. And then i saw this happening. I'm like the cameras are helping. Somehow the they make them stay in treatment mix accountable and then they want to share this with other people. Incredible so that was astonishing to me but fits your research number one number two training doctors. I see this all the time. I see doctors not performing well. When i'm teaching them but when they get to the point that they're having to teach others magically get their shit together there's a saying in medicine see one do one teach one. That's how medicine is taught everybody. Sorry but that's how every procedure how everything medicine dot they watch you watch me. They do it themselves. I watched them and then they teach somebody else and as soon as they start teaching somebody else. They elevate way up in terms of their performance. In fact i always wondered how some of these dufuses that i was training. I mean humbly. I was training that how they ever started performing later because they were just not getting it. When i was training them and they all get all get there when they start training other people So interesting and then the phenomenon of teaching. Everyone says if you can get the point where you can teach it You your own understanding grows into some extent. It's an internal wiring processing thing to get to the point where you teach it that you have to. I'm gonna use just a vague. Were but i think. I'm using the right word. You have to know it if have to know it to be able to communicate. You can't just kind of know it. You have to really know it. In order to communicate across. And again. I'm thinking about my little. Recent thing with learning greek. There's certain things. I do know because i've sat and reflected about that. I've heard it dealt with it enough. That i could sit and reflect about and there's a lot of stuff that i'm familiar with but i don't know yet and that's the part where i'm lacking right now or whatever and then i had a four point shoot. This is the whole the nine. There's a chapter about forgetting in the book. Assure you when you have covert that chapter becomes more relevant. There was a really important point is relevant to meet you get older. It's just working memories. it's working memory. Is the problem right because his memory. Which i'm pretty good at but then working memory holding something in mind while you're talking about right. Those are important. Distinctions book is more focused less on working memory than memory and working. Memory is what shrinks as you age. Let me just think about for. Because i think it was an important point. Reham medicine teaching..

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"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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Katy Beehler Explains How Benetech and Bookshare Are Creating an Intuitive Reading Experience

VOICE Global 2021

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Katy Beehler Explains How Benetech and Bookshare Are Creating an Intuitive Reading Experience

"Sees tremendous value in investing in audible consumer technology. Use obligation can be. Broadly used to enhance the lives. Our members and we think that voice technologies are really natural fit allies with our mission and we want people to rebate wide. They want to read and this just gives them another option. Many of our members use audio books or text with audio read along as their main reading format so when we started looking into ways the to enhance the user experience with voice technology. We found a book. Share reader or smart speaker would be actually really good introduction for our members on ask -nology add share using ai and machine learning to really enhanced the we are members. Reading experience is going and for example where he using im. She'll learning to identify map equations in books. That don't already have Tax accessibility and this tool that we bill actually finds these equations in the images and injects matt old text to describe that image and we're also creating math amount alongside a back which is really friendly for screen readers so the math equations when it's not already available in the original source Actually surpised for the users and on smart speakers side. The voice technology just seems a little bit more in beagrie for all of our member groups from the young students to the seniors. We can leverage the other initiatives like the one. I'm guessing down to make you both more. Accessible bar members like adding those audio components and the ad way for users interacts completely by voice. And we're creating intuitive reading experience. That doesn't reliable ominous which is really key for are group's obviously

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Aaron Mullaniff and Katy Beehler Discuss Bookshare, an Accessible Online Library

VOICE Global 2021

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Aaron Mullaniff and Katy Beehler Discuss Bookshare, an Accessible Online Library

"My name is aaron. And i'm working as since you started this officer with the ncbi for viewers and our listeners. Today that is actually kinds of blind all the way over in ireland and one of the services at insight which i have been heavily involved in over the last number of years is the library access service and about three years ago. We sold to go international to find best practice solutions to major problem. We were having When it came to blind division students accessing their curriculum in a timely former that question indeed has brought us to attack. Who are who. We ultimately partnered with to create the largest digital library in ireland which is now called berkshire are. I'm delighted to say that we've been joined here today by katie bieler. Who is product manager in global literacy at benedict who has played a huge role in bringing book shirt. Ireland so katie. Maybe we'll just start off by telling us a little bit about yourself on indeed butcher. Thanks our end banking introduction as you said. I am product manager global education and literacy I came to software product management by way of the publishing industry actually and have worked and software service products for almost ten years. Now i joined about two years ago. And i'm one of the leaf product managers on cher bookstore. Initiative is the world's largest digital library of accessible e books for people who read differently with people or book share people with dyslexia linus low vision. Zero quasi and other print disabilities can access over nine hundred. Fifty thousand evokes informat audio audio plus islands tax radio enlarge on the gook share team. I have the great privilege of helping to create another way. Book share members to read their books by adding smart speaker option.

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"katy" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Katie bound guard content designer and producer for voice and my background is also in television in digital So i'm bringing all that into conversational design And the last year. I fully transition and have been freelancing fulltime in designing and building and producing voice experiences So it's allowed me to work on a ton of different projects and with a ton of different teams. I'm excited to share more about some of the stuff i've been up to. That is awesome super excited to hear. Now you have dealt a little bit of fame all say showy from something that happened with one of your particular alexa skills. And i'd love to hear a little bit of the story about that and that scale tell about it and the experience. 'cause i think it's a it's a great story. And congratulations to you and while you're doing that will bring we'll bring in in here as well and then he can jump into the conversation as well. Cool so yeah. I believe you're referring to art museum. Although all of this guy experiences. I've produced i. I still am the biggest fan of and the biggest cheerleader for So art museum though was built with alexa conversations and It was part of the depth post hackathon To alexa conversations at the time was still in beta so my partner. And i john g Developed and designed and produced the entire end end experience and we actually placed first. We won the grand prize for this challenge and yeah it was using the Our institute of chicago's public. Api and there was a lot of work and blood sweat and tears that went into building it and kind of figuring out how to build in this new ai dialogue manager from alexa And yeah i could go on and on so you know..

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"katy" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

"And we're celebrating the fact that we're already at fifty minutes. Which means our work for today is nearly done. What thank commercial break that. But we're doing we're doing we've done it redoing it thank you. Thank you for by adding an air horn to this podcast. The thing we really needed what we've been missing so there was a series of developments are e. climate change That has been mainly celebrated by kind of liberals and in in kind of centre-left media is a yeah. We thought it's over. Everything's the rains are coming back now. It's been described. The cnbc article look at scriptures a crushing day for big oil and it was a series of different defeats for oil. Companies in terms of like one of them was It was fucking Exxon there's a group of kind of activist investors which have point zero two percent stake in exxon who organized like a little insurgency within the company. That unseated two board members In this activist investment firm wants to force the company to speed up plans to pivot away from fossil fuels. It's one of those things where i guess it's not a bad sign. It also is real hard to say whether or not it's going to matter at all like well i welcome directors and. I want to help them understand. Yeah i think that like. I don't that i can matter at all not at that. Small percentage i think ultimately to be just bossy matter might not but i like the. Yeah i like that tactic as it might also just in with the company being the ceo. Darren woods was like i. Welcome the new directors and. I'm looking forward to helping them understand our plans and here the sites perspectives. Which i i take means. They're just gonna find new ways to make. It seem like they're not killing the planet without actually changing any of that strategic. I look forward to helping them understand or well however that phrasing was like oh. I look forward to educating them. As to why. We're not gonna listen but they're trying to this firm has talked a good game and they talk particularly about decreasing emissions now. Not in the future. Which is you know. Kind of what everyone's been saying is like well we're going to we're going to get emissions down by two thousand fifty or whatever and these guys like it needs to be faster than that so it's not a bad sign that that happened at exxon. I just don't know if it's actually going to matter The other big decision was a dutch court ruled that shell had to reduce its carbon emissions by forty five percent by twenty thirty from their two thousand nineteen levels They had offered to reduce their emissions by twenty percent by twenty thirty s. So that's a significant increase the court ruling also that shells responsible for not just its own carbon emissions but those out of its suppliers And this is probably the first time in history that a company has been legally obligated to Like follow the the paris agreement basically to put its policies in line with the paris agreement Show called the court decision disappointing. Which is kind of heartening to me. Because i like it more. When they're they're they're vocally unhappy with it And yeah it's been..

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How Do You Get People to Get a Vaccine?

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:59 min | 1 year ago

How Do You Get People to Get a Vaccine?

"So before we got to the whole vaccine issue. I had a general question for wharton's katie milkman. Win it comes to sort of carrots versus sticks what tends to be more effective when you're trying to incentivize people. The general finding from behavioral economics is that losing something is significantly more motivating than gaining the equivalent. If so six be carrots in terms of their motivational power. Now there are some caveats to that. Caveats like the stick approach while effective can make people really angry which is not ideal if you are company or a politician in fact katie recalls one experiment from primary election in two thousand six trying to encourage people to vote researchers sent out mailers that included the voting records of people and their neighbors. It was kind of a shame strategy. So they're finding out if you showed up just as you can see if they've showed up and we're going to update everyone in the neighborhood on who comes to this election so you'd better go or your navel. Irs will find out you didn't and that one piece of junk mail increased voter turnout by eight percentage points which is like the most unbelievable effect that anything has ever had people were so so angry about this right absolutely infuriated so it was effective but it had massive blowback so the stick approach is tricky especially when it comes to something like a vaccine but the cared approaches tricky. To katy in fact certain carrots can backfire like having the wrong person encourage someone to get a vaccine shot can make that person less likely to get the shot and in the case of paying people to get the vaccine the amount of money seems to be key. Katie says the early studies have shown that smaller amounts of money can backfire. So we're paying people one hundred dollars to vaccine might work and get more people to get vaccinated ping people. Twenty dollars can actually discourage people from getting a

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Private Undisclosed Emails Leaked From the Mueller Investigation

The Daily Beans

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Private Undisclosed Emails Leaked From the Mueller Investigation

"Got another three hundred pages or so of underlying mueller investigation emails and texts and memos and in them we learned that don jr. vodka and kushner way more involved in russia talks than previously known at least to the public. I mean we knew Ivanka reportedly informed a co co-chair of her father campaign that her brother don jr. could make recommendations for military advisers while kushner offered details about his private meetings with henry kissinger We also learned that in january. Twenty seventeen manafort. Send an email to katy mcfarland. That's flynn's number two Saying i have some important information. I wanna share with you that i picked up my travels over the last month. Well she manafort was already you know knee deep in shit by this point she immediately fired off an email to flint. Saying hey given all. That's going on. Meet with them. And flynn said i would not be with him until we're in the hot seats unknown who he is working for and perception would not be good especially now they even knew it. They even knew it the record show. Flynn soliciting trump strategist bannon as far back as september twenty fifteen before bannon officially joined the campaign steve. He wrote just reaching back out. Let me know if mr trump needs any help with national security intel an intel community issues of foreign policy. So that's i think flynn's i reach out that december. He wrote corey lewandowski. And said i wanted to send this to you this past week but had forgotten shared a link to an article from russia state run sputnik news quoted. Flynn saying the. Us must work with russia and arab countries to defeat isis. He said this is an f. y. But something trump should at least be aware of. I have been very outspoken. On the issue at this point in the conflict with our current administration has run out of good options. also i met with president putin last thursday in moscow. We actually sat at dinner together. Merry christmas

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Empowering your Marketing with Hayley & Katy from OH MY DIGITAL

The Next Level Life Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Empowering your Marketing with Hayley & Katy from OH MY DIGITAL

"Tonight on the podcast. Ivan chalian katie digital to share all things marketing and business. Janney all along the way and so as a partnership as well. So i'm really to welcome to the podcast. Thank you so excited to be here. Sorry graceland heavy heat today and option having used. They love what you did. Collective event recently had such positive feedback about you shared. And i just love that you'd be women are all about sharing so much value can give gave it so incredible to say and so generous in your time as well so get lousy juries to share of your johnny high on my digital began and the and did not get us names just to get people in if you have an idea of how you'll saw it absolutely sorry it's all started probably a bit. Maybe four years ago now sahelian actually give us a few might have had distorted before we love to share it but I simply highly was actually managing a digital marketing studio and actually ten minutes in intern on in the really early days. And then we say decay like working fulltime and his team and I'm this was frowned at twenty jane. Twenty sixteen when i came into the future and Really at that time like digital marketing had realistically it had been around for a while but it was still relatively new to a lot of businesses and people still jinro standard and it was still very much kind of wild west parties. Where like you could sell anyone anything. The letter people just really did not understand. It knew it was something that they should you be doing. Select marketing manages. That would be like. Oh my god nature be doing all this digital marketing stuff. That have the skills so that would just like hunting Agency came along and said hey we can all the stuff that would jump at that and We just noticed there was a bit of a debt. Between i guess what people were being sold to people were being convinced that they need and then what they actually

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"katy" Discussed on Arrested DevOps

Arrested DevOps

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"katy" Discussed on Arrested DevOps

"Because katie farmer doesn't love twitter for pets as much as she did a minute ago and but she's our only one so we're totally freaked out and then we're going to you know could just be. She's like i'm sorry is laffy taffy convention this week. I did about whatever while you know. Or i don't use twitter for pets at the job at anymore. You know and it's okay so thing i'm like there's a like an event horizon if you will end there's a certain a certain point of scale where you're ambassadors can just sorta be people that you recognize because your community is large and there's enough of them so i think about like cfo basler's things like that where it's like and people want that record and i will say this is the other thing i believe a. Nobody's gonna wanna hear this development and stuff. But like i think you can't i always like say you can't manufacturer a moment and i think you can't trick people into wanting to be your advocate like what you need to do. Is you need to see where it's happening and nurture it and add and do everything you can to make it easier for those behaviors to happen. But what you can't do as you can't create them now. Learned that with me. I didn't become a lifetime hotmail users from my like semester being recognized you know i just like i got some stuff and then i was like okay. I'm out like you're talking to me now. I'm busy lake. I totally agree with you in that in that regard is just like if it's not happening organically. I think you'll always know it doesn't necessarily mean you. You can't do other things. But i one of the questions on and i think this has to do with like things that happen organically and this like idea of a moment is i. Remember early on The first time. I was asked to sort of start working on like brand ambassador program. The example that was given to me was dr captains which was great right and i mean it might still be out of the loop i don't really know where dr stans these days but the thing about dogs captains was not just that they were doing a lot of work but the lake that was like a really valuable skill set on their resume. Right people would hire them because they were a doctor captain and so that was its own light of that. They're doing a lot of work but it's making them like more more valued in the community and like not even just like on an emotional level. Let's just like literally. They're getting paid more because they do this. And i don't know if that and that felt to me like they created this brand ambassador program but like organically that skill was like so valued that it became. Its own lake of this. Is like this goes on your resume. Whereas i wouldn't put you know like i was a kabale embassador hotmail ambassador my resume i would be like. Oh actually pats you know. I wonder like those that haven't organically. Because there's this whole ecosystem that started demanding the expertise and things lined up..

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Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach

"Ariana grande is now if the highest paid coach ever to be on the voice. Let me give you all the dish. So arianna surprised everybody. When she announced she was joining the voice as a coach is going to be joining blake. Shelton john legend and kelly clarkson forsees in twenty one. She said that she's honored and excited to be joining. The voice family has been a huge fan of the show for a very long time. And you can't wait to go head to head with these incredible coaches and get to meet develop and no. Some new artists have fans will be excited to a does really melted down. She's going to be replacing. Nick jonas. This is a huge for the show an nbc. Let me just give you a few statistics here. Just you figure out how big ariana is on spotify. She's the most streamed artists of the deck. She has eighty two million followers on twitter. Which just is to give you. A comparison is almost double blake. John and kelly come bind myself. Says a telling me she's making the most of anybody on the show. Kelly at the moment makes the most she makes fifteen million dollars. They wanted to get her show. Particularly american idol was coming back. Very smart blake. Shelton ends around thirteen million dollars. Adam levine about the same member and miley. Cyrus was on the show. She got about thirteen million dollars to my sources. Tell me that they don't know the specific amount but they believe that ariana grande day could be getting twenty to twenty five million dollars a season which puts her on par. With what katy. Perry's getting at american idol.

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Orlando Bloom Makes Back-to-Back Shocking Confessions

Nightly Pop

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Orlando Bloom Makes Back-to-Back Shocking Confessions

"Orlando bloom is catching some heat after telling the guardian he and fiancee katy. Perry aren't having enough sex but that's not all everyone is sleeping on his other shocking confession. He was asked about his best. Kiss ever spoiler you guys. He didn't say it was from katie. He said it was from a girl named debbie when he was seventeen. Okay if you were his partner. Are you pissed. Debbie in america's like yes. I was the one that gave him the best kids. You know that

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Orlando Bloom Admits He's Not Having 'Enough' Sex With Katy Perry

Daily Pop

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Orlando Bloom Admits He's Not Having 'Enough' Sex With Katy Perry

"Let's kick it off with the story that everybody's talking about with orlando bloom. An katy perry so apparently they're not having enough sex Bloom talk to the guardian and he was very much about his tell. All is anything all nothing was off limits and he said we just don't have enough sex. Do you think that's just because having a new baby and what do you think katy perry thinks about that guys. Oh definitely i mean you know you have a baby. I don't care what age if a year old were. You know you know. Know it's not putting your business out there but having a kid period you're tired and there's a lot to do and and and orlando bloom. He is his graduate. he eats berries in frankencense. We'll get into healthy. Do use only perry was mad about this sex leak. No what's the flip side of that. Like no yes we have. We have plenty. He's a veteran. Of course you say not enough. I mean that's my fiance. I would like to be with her more like that. Was the perfect answer. The flip side of that is you're gonna get a lot of trouble we don't need anymore. What does it like crazy. You should just the boy said. Oh we're fine. We have a very healthy sexual relationship.

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Finding the Right Leader For Your Org

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

07:56 min | 2 years ago

Finding the Right Leader For Your Org

"The managing director equity initiatives for koya partners melissa is responsible for ensuring that quiz commitment to diversity equity and inclusion is infused into every aspect of the firms work with clients candidates staff in leading this work. Melissa applies experience as search leader for numerous organizations as well as for background in social work in staff development prior to this role melissa served as managing director equity executive search with partners primarily focusing on identifying senior leaders for social justice organizations melissa lead or co-lead executive searches for organizations including innocence project diaz community changed foundation for justice society move on southern poverty law center and hentrich martin institute though her earlier nonprofit through her earlier nonprofit work melissa developed a deep understanding of variety of nonprofit roles and organization cultures prior to joining coy in twenty fifteen. She held positions with unicef. Usa safe horizon and cities of service. She also served as a founding core member and program manager with city year. New york melissa serves on the advisory council of equity in the center a national initiative dedicated to creating a more diverse equitable social sector talent pipeline. She actively volunteers time to provide coaching and mentorship to leaders of color and members of the lgbtq plus community. Melissa holds a masters of social work from the school social policy and practice at the university of pennsylvania and she earned her b a human services and theater performance from northeastern university. Well listen thank you very much for joining us and sharing your insights today. Thanks so much for having me john. It's great to be with you. So folks are drew bio and is one of the things. I just love about people in search. There doesn't seem to be. Maybe there's a degree in it but i very infrequently talked to someone who has such a thing my friend. Derek clarke failed. Who from dri who also been a podcast. Guest runs another search firm. She's an ordained. Rabbi every search leader seems to have this kind of wacky wildly diverse backgrounds. So how did your professional path leader to search. Please don't leave out. How cedar performance visit scrape up. Dick place for the start and especially i love. Dr and i agree similar to her and said lord is so many people in search we. You know it's it's things that line us up for this work even though we have no idea and then all of the sudden one day it's the only thing that we can do and so funny thing. It's actually a funny thing. Because i don't i mean maybe there are lots of other professional You know sort of professional career paths. That are like that. But this one seems uniquely wacky in that way definitely definitely and i think it's people think about what their superpowers might superpower. I rarely the smartest person in room. Sometimes the most interesting but what. My superpower is figuring out who the smartest in who are the most interesting people aren't any room and then introducing them to each other and just so you just shared my bio. I've had the chance to be in so many different types of organizations then community based work and national work in global work and in different parts of the organizations mostly in development but also on the program side in operations i. I'm social worker by training as you said i've got this theater background. Which is an interesting and so when it gets down to it. I love talking to people. I loved networking. I love having genuine and authentic relationships and seeing how i can be a resource folks and i was extremely extremely lucky and fortunate when i was at you at nsf usa to have Onondaga as my leader. When i was there and he was a believer. Not you know him. Joan of stu. He believed in creating ten percent of everyone on his team's time to carve out for them to do other work something. That benefited the organization. In some other. Way wow yeah. And and that's unusual. Especially considering he was leading development team and so what we found was that i love recruiting. And i liked going out and talking to people and letting them get to know unicef usa and in so. I was having a great time doing that. But it wasn't. My core job is really a fundraiser. And it was just threw a perfect stroke of fate that i was introduced to katy baton. Who's the founder of partners and she talked to me about what her vision was the work that clay was doing. She talked to me about her values and just as she talked to me about. I had no idea what an enormous sector the search field is and how many variations exist of nonprofit search professionals. But i i just decided that this is what i needed to do

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