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"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.
Who Has the Most Twitter Followers?
"These are the top four twitter accounts by number of hours. Top four twitter accounts number of followers. They'll gosh yes What's the name of that. Ceo of twitter again. I don't know is it dorsey yay l. jack dorsey or something like that. Let's go with him. I jack dorsey all right survey says and wow okay. Well we know. He's not full of himself on twitter. Right i guess not. I don't even keep up with sweater. I mean we've got a twitter account. I never really check it honestly Okay so i'm going to say robert. Daily junior artie j. All right show me ironman and all right. And next i'd say blackwood scarlett johansson because why not because. I'm just throwing blindly here. I like marvel so. You're really into marvel. Aren't you show me scarborough. And oh no. Joey struck out. The first round has i. Don't follow twitter staff. Honestly that's okay. It's not a big deal all right so number four answer with a hundred and two point eight million followers pop sensation. Riana okay. I don't follow her either. Okay i number three answer with a hundred and eight million one zero eight point seven million followers pop sensation. Katy perry let us pop sensations right. That's probably why honest it's three pop. Sensations the number one is a politician. I'll okay all right so number. Two with one hundred thirteen point nine million followers pop sensation. Justin bieber okay. Let me guess the fourth one is bernie sanders now close. The had the correct first initial number one twitter account by most followers with one hundred and twenty nine point nine million followers barack obama. Oh okay
"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.
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
"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
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
"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..
"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"This is just something i'm fascinated. I'll tell you let me. Just add one thing that i have found in in looking at these moments of change again. I'm looking at these profound moments of change not contemplative moments or change james. Where people's lives just go one direction to another. You see if this has meaning to the stuff you research in almost all cases I find that people will have had in the weeks to months leading up to the moment of change. Some sort of novel relationship in other words hanging with somebody that they normally wouldn't be around but they find them intriguing and they would talk about this because it's so profound what they end up doing. The patient person is trying to change is the way i frame. There's actually a famous book that calls it this. They see themselves through a new pair of glasses and off the describe to me a moment in it often involves a mirror with a literally. Look in the mirror go. Oh my god that's me i. This is the end and they will experience disgust. That is disgusting. I have to change something and discussed the very motivating feeling disgust me. Make us move away and they have to move away from that and change so they will often describe seeing themselves as they really are meaning seeing what the addiction is doing to them and how physically deteriorated etc a in a in a flash in the mirror strangely enough and then feel often. Some sort of very negative affect that motivates change. It's so related to fresh starts. It is really the frustrating and the person it sounds like the trigger for the chapter moves them. You know humans. We have this thing which is to two skulls together. I personally humbly believe. That's actually where consciousness emerges been also allows us to see ourselves reflected in the other and so we literally perceive the self. This may change a little bit but we also perceive ourselves differently. And those are those moments Is there anything in that for your stuff. So much I do think. I write a lot about pure facts and And just how strong they are right. The these are some smaller examples but like the college. Roommate you're randomly assigned has an effect on your grades. The people we surround ourselves with shape us. They shape us for two two key reasons. They give us information about what's possible and And we also wanna conform. Because we don't wanna feel like you know the the weirdo so those two things together can really shape us tremendously. And also i actually. I really like your point about You know looking in the mirror. Sometimes when we consider ourselves through someone else's eyes are we see someone who reminds us of ourselves. There's an ability to look more closely right and stand better accurately. Yeah maybe more accurately because it's hard to see yourself fr- as an outsider but you can see someone else's outsider and then that can and then when somebody sees you in a new light so to speak because normally we we keep people around us that reinforce our sense of self right all the echo chambers people right yeah right yeah it is better not to so. This is all such such great stuff. So let's just we have like five more minutes. Let's wrap with. What can the average person and this may be deeply unfair question. But what can i do with this material so here. We're presenting stuff. Then what do you have a sort of quote advice. Well i think. I wrote in a book that i hope is incredibly practical. I spent my career in attending academic conferences and and running academic studies in publishing in peer reviewed journals. And the reason. I wrote this book is that i realized that the things that i learned in my career studying change could really help people. We'd prove time again in the studies were doing. But you know five. People read an academic article seven. If you're lucky and and there were so much that i wanted to make sure would reach a much wider group of people who are struggling with change and who could benefit from these insights so the book is really meant to be completely practical. I think there's exciting ideas in there to hopefully for the person who just sort of like like watching national geographic and understanding the world around and there's some really interesting things along those lines that you learn along the way about you know the way autobiographical memory works are where memory palaces come from those are two memory examples but very unrelated actually and So there's there's that there's sort of like the tour of human nature. That's fun. I think but mostly it's really meant to be practical. Every chapter ends with a bullet list of you know. Here's how you can use this like now that you understand that. Giving advice to other people can actually help you achieve more con- you know here's some things you can do. Think about creating an advice club where you Team up with other people. Peers have similar ambitions. And you each reach out to each other and not only. Will you learn from other peoples insights but every time they ask you for wisdom you will learn something to so It's filled with that. And so i hope when readers pick it up they'll see they'll see no you know no gap between between The aspiration to offer advice and guidance and practical tips. And what they get. and i. it's so funny mitch. By graphical memory. I just immediately flash on marylou hanner of interviewed a few times she. Has you know that syndrome worry. She has all her autobiographical data in her mind at all times. Oh my gosh. There's a syndrome this in her. Kids are super brilliant. Is this something to do with intelligence to but she literally had a very powerful experience with her watching her on the tonight show in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. And i brought it up and she goes. Oh yeah. I was wearing the white shoes. And there's address i was wearing. I was like oh my gosh remembered everything david david letterman host now johnny carson and remember what he saying wow crazy but she can bring up to you you can put a calendar date to her and she can tell you what she was doing on that date and that so often that.
"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Checkout to save ten percent. i'm particularly suited to it. I like it. I enjoy lobby record for coral against the gary. I'm in the middle of that right now. I started new gig last week. And i'm i. I've only been to this new office once and i'm still trying to get the lay of the land. I'm trying to figure out what's expected of me. And how how. They're feeling about what i'm doing. So what are your experience. How you feel about this. I was a little. It happened really quick. I thought i was going in for an interview on friday and it turned out. I sorta already had the job and it was started on monday and then i went out on monday and then it was. Well now. we're we're going to take the next week off. So i'm sort of like this. External causes of change. Well this isn't like you're planning adapting education. Which i would argue a little different than what. I sample size to be able to try to reflect. His katie was just talking about is very small at this point. so i'm okay but it is You know a lot of the things that things that happened that sweep you up their opportunities to right and there's elements of this that maybe you at least like maybe you know your work schedule is going to be different. Maybe you know right. Your commute is going to be different and there might be things you wanna plan can plan. That are around that because you have this like maybe you decide you want to take a bike and and you've always driven before and you can play on how you're gonna make that work for you or maybe you wanna have different but i want to go back to the people that constitutionally don't like the because i really i mean i like it that's my thing yeah But i know that that's kind of unusual a good question so if change is difficult for you what are the things you can do. That changed a lot. I've noticed a lot of people are well again that that grief thing or maybe this motivational states that we discussed earlier. But but there's also this constitutional thing. I've noticed where people i could never do that. I ever do that. That's sort of what the they've into feel they could never do it as a constitutionally not suited to it. How do we help those people. Yeah i would put that in the category of confidence and believing in yourself okay. So let's let's get into that. Okay so i don't like the term congress. I don't like it. i'm sorry i i. I just think it's too vague. I don't know what people really talking about. When they say that's so can we. Can we like self efficacy. South africa's see. I do like it. Is that what you're talking about. Yeah i would. I think a lot a lot of the terminology that i use in. The book is sort of like familiar to most and lay terminology. Again us different. I totally understand. That's probably why. I don't why i mean confidence. I just see it using solomon by the all those sort of bs or use it you know as you said. The people are advocating for change. Like you need to have confidence. We what what are you talking about. Are you talking about affect regulation. You're talking about mood. Are you talking about elation. are you talking about self. Self producing self stigma. Are you talking about self efficiency self efficacy. There's all these different things do you parse it all apart i focus on self advocacy a lot in the book and i also focus a bit on The knowledge you need to actually succeed and the knowledge that it's doable. So those are like very specifically just beliefs that you can adopt based on what you observe and see as possible around you. So i i spent a couple of chapters talking about different things that seemed to boost those Traits okay so self efficacy right. So let's let's kinda drill in south africa because self efficacy people. Sometimes over often overestimate their self efficacy and so they go out and tries to have. It doesn't work. They feel diminished. And they don't wanna do it again. So in my world would i encourage people to do is take small. You know experiment. It's libya scientists with your self efficacy and and scaffolding. Scaffold your advocacy. Do you talk about that at all. Save more about what you mean that you need to have a structure in place of support and evaluate. This is to your planning thing. It's what teachers do. It's teachers provide scaffolding. Let's say you're learning a new language. They provide you the material they scaffold you. They give you feedback. They're encouraging you and when you fail they show you where you're failed and keep moving forward. That kind of scaffolding has to come from outside like. I'm trying to learn greek right now. We're going to greece of in. I'm mostly doing it. Because at covert brain. And i was aware of my bring wasn't working right. I thought i bet that if i learn new language that helped me helped me immensely. But i'm getting to the point now where i need scaffolding i need. I need a tutor. I'm just not happening. I don't understand why certain areas i don't feel diminished by that. I just feel like. I need that scaffolding. Moving forward Am i anything. They're yeah absolutely so. I think one of the biggest ways that i guess i would say. I'd talk about what you call a scaffolding in the book is Peer support and yeah. So who are the people you surround yourself with who were the mentors. You choose And how important that is your social circumstances whether you know selected Because you were very deliberate about it or accidentally you were thrown into it have this huge impact and outside outside impact on your confidence or your self advocacy and your achievement. And so i think i think One way that we can support ourselves is by being a bit more deliberate about the people we surround ourselves with. There's you know there. You can go too far if you choose a bunch of peers. Who you think are are super achievers to try to push you and then the the gulf is too big so actually i talk a bit about how that can be can be demotivating if you end up sort of Too big a gap. You need to find people who will stretch you. Who believe in you who will support you and are ideally like you know pulling you in the right direction a.
"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"But but i was thinking about Sorta here's what i made. I'm just gonna. I'm gonna go all the way down the rabbit hole with my stuff. And you see if it has relevance to what your research shows which is i was saying. Oh thank god that i can sit here and take all this whore horrors on social media and not be worrying about a hospital administrator. I've sort of done the corolla thing of having a lot of autonomy. Now i sort of make my living during podcasting in media and it's all owned by me nobody else you know what i mean. I have nobody to sort of reset about four or five years ago when you sort of went all in not to say you stop practicing medicine but you sort of said you know i'm going to go into the. Us base well. I'm gonna go into the media thing. I'm and focus on that. I let go the addiction medicine stuff a little bit of the hospital based off and then i think covert is is a good one too because i personally can tell you that i you know i. I was joking with katie beforehand. About how when. I got my first vaccine shot. I thought about making one of those construction paper loop chains that you would make a child you rip one off every day. Like anticipation of at disneyland trip. Yeah i finally got to two weeks after my second shot and it was the biggest relief in the world. My wife and i went out for dinner. We sat in a restaurant. We looked around and were like. Oh i'm gonna tell adam about your mom making you do these loop chain paper thing. I was going. I definitely don't worry. It's come up their show. But it's like it's like it's back to katie's thing though but i've been moving toward this as you pointed out care for about four years. It takes a while to get to these moments of fresh. Maybe talk about again these moments of change. Yeah we'll let me just say that. I completely agree with both of you that that sort of quote unquote end of cova. There's not a moment when it ends. We're all feeling like there's a chapter closing and a new chapter. Hopefully whether it's the moment you've got that second vaccine or fourteen days later or when you have the first reunion or go back to the office for the first time Whatever it is a lot of us are going to experience a fresh start. In the next few months that feels pretty momentous and actually i just finished writing an op-ed about why that is and what we can do with it To sort of come out around the same time. It's like what can we do with. It seems like we should be very. We should be really focusing. We can with it totally. I mean that's sort of. That's sort of what all the rest of the chapters of the booker about. Because i opened with the the fresh start effect but i think as you would certainly recognize right like feeling like i wanna do. This is only the very beginning change. Like it's all it does is it. Gets you off your incident. Excuse my french and like you're so you're excited. You're leaning forward but now what do you do. So there's a lot of things one of the things that i actually. Well let me. Just say one of the things that i think is really interesting that i hope people will do is recognize what they've learned in the last year because most of our lives. We spend not experimenting with what works for us. And we have this huge forced experiment this huge disruption to our usual lives and some of us might have discovered things we actually want to hold onto so just going back to normal without any learning from a very unusual year. If there's something like for instance my family ended up. We take a hike together. Every saturday and every sunday in a nearby park we discovered a beautiful trail that we'd never visited before and it's one of the best parts of my week is much better than a lot of the things we used to do on the weekends and so a discovery i plan to take into the new era. I wanna keep doing that. Yeah new era's already. Wow we're we're going to exactly so that's one thing with There's lots of other things as well. I think a huge one is planning which is a really mundane answer but a really important one that That by actually doing structured thinking about. And i just said you know one of the things to think about what you experimented with that work but literally what what do you want to have be different. And what is your plan for achieving that and really concrete not like oh high level like i wanna to. I want to exercise more. My plan is to go to the gym more but rather You know exactly. How are you going to accomplish that. Like okay i i. I literally joined this gym. Or i am going to go joining this running group and i will on tuesdays and thursdays at four. Pm be going on a jog because this is my decision so this is a good moment to sort of make those really concrete plans with triggers. Help start carrying us through triggers an important. That's that's a very big topic just by itself but but but let me It's not really pushing back but sort of follow on to that which is in my life a lot of changes walking through a door where i don't really know what's on the other side and i can't plan because i don't know what's there so planning as an hour by hour day in day out kind of evaluation talking talking and to me. That's actually the most exciting kind of change talking about that. That's really true. And i and. I'm totally with you and that that is right. So if you're like you've started a new job for instance in the last year and you're going to go into a new office building new colleagues and so on and you. You have certain ambitions that you want to achieve like you don't know what's going to be on the other side of that door what it's like. What is going to be like so planning will be hard in that case. You may wanna plan to plan so be that you need to schedule some reflection for yourself two weeks in one weekend so that you can figure out what is working what isn't working and just it's it's an opportunity right now to be deliberate about the way we enter this new phase instead of Instead of just letting it carry us away and being swept into the future without using this opportunity for reflection to better. But i i absolutely agree with you. Some of the most exciting changes. You don't know what that look like. You can't make those cute triggered plans instead. You have to schedule in the time that you'll need down the line when you'll have more information and i would argue a lotta people can't tolerate that kind of change you've.
"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"You can enroll and we'll start you in the program on this future date and either the future. It's the same future date for everyone but for some of them we've labeled it's your birthday you know for others would of course recognize through or just giving them a month. So we're saying would you like to start in four months and you may not immediately think that's my birthday versus. Would you like to start after your birthday. Which happens to in four months so we gotta learn to play games with mind our brain a little bit just readily as those opportunities that those moments if you if you see them and they can even be people can call them out for you. We tend to be both naturally more motivated to change if we notice them. And if people label them for us That helps so those are really. Those are psychological moments. And i read about that in the book. But then there's actually sir bigger. Fresh starts even the psychological ones dates that come not only with that sort of. I feel like. I've a clean slate in a new beginning. And yeah the old me didn't do it but the new can and so it gives us that identity shift there are also we literally have changed in our lives and that is even better because if all you've got his little psychological fresh start you know there's no nothing working for you besides your motivation but imagine you move to a new job or a new city or or a new house within the same steady. Those are moments when literally routines may change right. Like i had a bad habit of going to dunkin. Donuts on my commute to work And my old job now and my new job. I don't have any of it. So i have a clean slate and a big opportunity. So they're they're both fresh start moments that are purely psychological and those that come with some actual big opportunities because you have a literal blank slate to to change behavior. i. I have noticed that those new me moments. Let's call them that label for the moment that are not specifically brought in by an external state of affairs. Like it's something that you choose to do is resisted because i think on sub-conscious level what i've noticed in that people are not aware of and even when they're experiencing an after. The fact aren't usually aware that that's what's happening. There's a certain amount of grief that goes with that because when a new me emerges an old meet dies and in our brain just hates grieve hated. Hated hates it. Even when it's sorta roiling around on a subconscious level. Do you deal with that at all. It's a really interesting question. I mean we haven't seen any evidence of that in in the data we've gathered so that the data's been pretty uniformly positive from all the studies. Get depressed so much as there's a if you've if you've ever been in therapy there's a characteristic experience it happens you get a little depressed. As the old new museum this new self emerges and the old one is left behind. It's it's depressing a little bit very. It's very subtle. it's not like you would measure it even. I don't think it would show up on any measurable thing. But it's i think it's the source of some of the resistance to change. It's an interesting what we mostly see. Optimism as sort of key trait and people feeling like because the old me couldn't quit smoking or couldn't get home in time for. There's relied interesting exactly but i actually what you're planning to his relevant because i think this is a really important point about fresh starts they can be negative when you. You're doing well so mo what what. I've studied in terms of the benefits. Fresh start involves people who have a goal they would like to achieve or there's something there's generally not doing enough of something they want to change because it's not going well but there's some research by one of my students hang. Chen dies now professor at ucla at the anderson school of business there She shown that fra starts for someone who's doing really well. can be harmful so she has a really neat research. She's done it in the lab but also in the field. She has neat paper. Actually on Professional baseball where she looks at when players are traded across teams which is sort of fresh start but she specifically focuses on the difference between two players both of whom are traded to new teams but one of whom is traded across leagues and therefore all their performance statistics to date a reset. They have to start again. Record versus versus the ones trade within weeks so they also experience a trade and disruption but they get to hold onto their stats and the players who are doing well before the trade Do significantly worse when they're treated across leagues and moves all of their sort of you know good good trajectory and have to start over than the one who were doing well and get get treated within league and of course she seems the opposite for the players who are under performing. It's good for the players who are under performing to get traded across lead so they can wipe out record and start fresh. But when you're on a roll it's harmful than in lab study shows this as well with people playing different games. I'm having a fresh start is harmful when things have been going well so i think that's related to what you're thinking about this question. Just out of curiosity does she. Focus on like european soccer or football or something like that. I'm trying to think of like within the nba traded across leagues major league baseball major league baseball national in america under star. Didn't you so so. Let's get back on track with the fresh start so so do most people who are having a fresh start again. I'm thinking of internally motivated. Fresh start is it because things aren't going so well and they need a fresh start a new day new dawn and that feels. I don't know it feels difficult to get to that. Internally is it yeah. It's a really really interesting question. So we've mostly done like empirical studies showing look like if you look in aggregate at thousands of people you see these patterns where thousands more want to create goals on these dates or thousands more go to the gym more search for the term diet rather than doing the sort of anthropological research where we observe like. What's the or. Even you know even the deep psychological questionnaires where we ask them. What's going on the it. The deepest information we have about the internal state is that these moments people say they make them feel more separated from their past selves than they otherwise would They are more likely to step back and think big picture about their lives at these moments. Because there's sort of a disruption from the day to day And they feel more optimistic so those are the key things going on. But we don't we haven't found like big differences in different types of people hunted for it a little fasten gary bear. Bear me back me up on this. I'm just examining my own. Internal sort of world landscape right now and i feel like i'm heading towards a little bit of a fresh start of some types kind of interesting but part of it i think is motivated by coming out the other side of d- yeah and so i'm wondering if that's going to create more of this as we all emerge from this thing we all wanna get going. Have a fresh dr. Let's move on I when i drove in here when i was thinking about this a little bit. I didn't know. I was going to interview a katy..
"katy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"You from changing or both so My book is totally agnostic. Agnostic on why you're interested in and change. My goal is just to help them. Assuming you are else you wouldn't picked it up and then i'm going to try to offer the best advice. Based on science that might be helpful and so then that means the first step is really diagnosing. The obstacle the obstacles that are most common other ones. I focused on in the book. So they range from Confidence to Temptation or impulsivity. And you know in the case of addiction. You could use even stronger language than that right to Simply this one. I think is vastly underestimated but really important forgetting to nurse. You're right like what are your existing habits and autopilots defaults in your life so there's a wide range of different barriers that stand in the way of change including getting started working up the motivation to get started. And whichever it is you need a different solution right if you're forgetting to take your medication and you need something really different to solve that problem than if you're not taking because it has nasty side effects that you know you know it's good for you but the instant experiences so awful that you can't bring yourself to do it so really different solutions needed. The book goes into that. I want to zero in on two of these and you need to buy the book to get the rest. Sorry sorry with so so let me start with the easy one which is getting started and do you get into the stages of change. The contemplation pre contemplate. All kind of stuff. That's a wonderful question. The stages changed. Model is so brilliant. And you know. I actually don't get into that in the book because i i felt that the most Relevant insight that i could add that was really new and fresh was about the timing of when a change is most likely to work out as opposed to your own internal sort of state. That's very meta. What is the tom. Yeah okay so and by the way let me give a toss this little bomb out. You can deal with it or not. Which is that in my experience on the stages of change the biggest thing is maintenance. Plenty of you may change maintaining the change impossible after seven. Okay three yeah. Yeah it's i. I could not agree more with that. Point okay. So when one are the times and that's so this is x. whereas the stages of change your internal when my internally motivated when might you be internally motivated. There's some things that we know. Okay so i've done a bunch of research on what i call the fresh start effect which refers to moments in our lives when we feel like where we're at a new beginning chapter break who interesting. I don't think everyone. I think we all know what you're talking about it. But i don't think everyone's really written about that scientifically i mean yeah gonna lay publication. This that's awesome. Yeah so this is something. I've been studying for the last decade. Which is that And it was really inspired by going and giving a presentation. Google getting a great question from an hr leader there who said Okay like we get. There's all these tools that we should be encouraging. Our employees used him for their wellness. There you know saving their financial wellbeing their productivity but like when might they be open to taking them up. And i was like great question larry right and just you know you know in my world. what it what it becomes. How do i know. Somebody's workable that. I can i can. I can get them moving forward in the right way and and sometimes that's a little magical right. i'm going to bet you have an ineffable quality to at sometimes but absolutely. Yeah but sometimes it's it's it's sometimes it's something concrete. Yeah for me. it's for me. I can predict near death. Loss of a child loss of freedom your workable and then there's this other categories magical but keep going so interesting that those are the ones you picked out so okay. So there's two sort of sets of categories that we study and or others studied that relate to these chapter break moments so these are moments that right just to be super precise about i'm talking about. They feel like you're opening a new chapter in your life because you're facing some kind of new beginning and it might be small. It might be new years. It was just like oh. it's a new year. It's a new beginning in that sense and we see of course. New year's resolutions are one example of the fresh start effect in the world. Also things as small as the new The start of a new week or month seemed to motivate we've shown that there's upticks and searches for the term diet on google for There's an increase in goal setting unpopular goal setting websites and. There's also increases in the rate at which undergraduates visit the gym round. Those birthdays to that point I'm now now pulling from certain nicotine research setting a date for changes. Really like deciding. When you're gonna start is very important totally we've shown in some of our work that if you point out the date on the calendar if you relabel it and point out that it's a fresh start like this is your birthday or this is the first day of spring is a good example of. We've tried what we two dates when you could start pursuing a goal or two calendars you choose the date and we sort of labeled the twentieth of march. This is the first day of spring and the other we just label like. This is the third thursday in march. We see this gigantic uptick in how many people are attracted to that as as a date to begin when we've labeled with a fresh start date same with saving for retirement. We invite people to stay start saving. And this is not hypotheticals experiment with thousands of employees Would you like to start saving for retirement..
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
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.
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
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
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
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.
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
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.
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
Future UConn Star Azzi Fudd is Unbreakable
"Katy. Barnes is an award winning journalist for espn and espn w whose cover story on as fudd is up on. Espn dot com so katie. You're here today to talk about the number. One women's high school basketball player in the entire country. Easy fudd earn you that distinction. She has a resume that speaks for itself including multiple gold medals for usa basketball. She's a shooter. She's a score. She's the best player in the country. A couple of she was actually the youngest on. The team is playing up by a couple of years even in usa basketball which is a step ahead of just. You're running the middle. What a future. This young lady has in front of her. She is the only sophomore to ever win on gatorade national player of the year for basketball. And you know. She has just dominated in one of the hottest regions of women's basketball development. And that's the dmv shock. I don't and so easy is just truly one of the best prospects seen in a while. The term generational prospect. It gets thrown around in sports. You use it deliberately though. And i want to help show our listeners. Why exactly she deserves that level of acclaim. How is she made her mark on the basketball world. it cannot be understated. The amount to which is plugged in to the greater basketball world. Choose one of the first. Two girls attend steph. Curry's camp along with cameron brink has her on the radar and the writer and person so your play and she denied this obviously and she actually has been there twice and she won the contest the first time and then she did it again while being injured and for three point contest she has the ball and she's just surgically his shot after shot after. Shot this dog these guys. it was I feel the energy curry hands. The trophy and it becomes clear that then she actually has to shoot against him and she does not beat steph. Curry of that's not really part of the cinderella story. I suppose but he did become one of her biggest fans in that. She wasn't intimidated to shoot against him. And actually after she lost like wanted a rematch. She's a big washington mystics fan and she talks about going to a game against the aces just sitting courtside and kelsey plum game is he really admires came over and said hey i love your game. This is a high school kit being talked to by professional basketball player and be recognized in that way to me. That just really spoke to the level of anticipation of expectation end of greatness. Frankly that easy has already demonstrated as such a young age.
Lucy Hale and 'Riverdale' Actor Skeet Ulrich Fuel Dating Rumors
"I up we have to talk about the most unholy not q. Couple of our current time. I had all i have written in my notes is ski and lucy hale. I even have hail spelled. Wrong and kinsey is sitting by me and she sees that top note and she's like ski. All reckon lucy hale are dating. She's like he's not that cute. I mean she starts going off facile and she goes. He's in his fifties. He's she so much younger than him like he just date someone his age i mean and he's not even that cute and then like back in the early nineties when he was on things i mean he played really disgusting characters and i was like you know what can save for the podcast because agreed agreed. Agreed literally you spoke. Exactly what i was gonna say. Ski is fifty one lucius thirty one. We got a nice round twenty year. Difference different yes. That's actually i'm thirty. Two and my mom is fifty two. Which i mean my mom is like bomb like i love my mom. Yeah i mean. It's a little for gigi. I'm i don't like it and i saw this comet being like oh my god katy keene and f p joe which is just a larry's because i don't think anyone actually watched katy keene. Katy keene is in the riverdale universe and lucy hale plays katy keene and then ski. Orrick plays f jones. Which is jug had. Jones head in the riverdale series. Though sorry dad that i was thinking bug head you know so he. I don't know it's very you know. Enter enter cosmic riverdale relationship. And you probably might know. Lucy hill better as being aria and pretty little liars and ski. Alrich was in a lot of lake early nineties. He was in scream. I would say most of. kind of like his most famous role from back. Then and spoiler alert. He plays the serial killer in that. So that's why i do. Like his roles even
Fallout of Texas winter blast
"Good evening. Thank you for joining us. The governor of sexist apologizing and promising answers after a deadly winter storm the deep freeze. Just the start of an ongoing nightmare for residents now. Struggling with shattered pipes in skyrocketing energy. Bill here's abc's tripled. I can't imagine what it's like for you to see it like this is terrible. I've never thinking house. This brianna bolden tells me she could smell the soap rotting wood from outside the front door of her grandmother's house before walking into this is pictures and the memories. They captured all underwater. And this is actually my big lama right here. This is all and that's the past those wife for half a century. Her grandparents filled this home with children and grandchildren home cooked meals. Tiny reminders of a family growing together is a lot of memories at this house. But now this house like so many in texas has been gutted. Helplessly flooded by first hypes last week's historic winter storm on your couch look. The damage is just a fraction of the devastation. in texas. that killed thirty. Two people will take months or years and billions of dollars to clean up. So how did it go so wrong so quickly. Texas has more than enough generating capacity to handle itself. It was just the state of affairs of that equipment and the state of affairs of the management of that equipment. The causes from texas is the only state in the continental us with an independent grid meaning. It does not connect to any other states power source. When that merciless winter weather hid in one of the warmest regions of the country. People crank up their heaters and the energy demand surged when that system shut down. There was nowhere to turn for power. There is no place for the texas grid to go there. Couple small lines extension cords to the east in the west. But that's not enough really to to pick up. A forty percent drop in texas generation and the result was more than three million texas residents in the dark and cold at one point leading many to take drastic measures for running dangerously low on one. So now what we've been doing. All day is actually coming outside getting snow putting it are pods and heaving on our propane grill. Then hypes began to freeze and burst shutting down water treatment plants across the state inning. Almost fifteen million texans would have to toil their water of four. It was safe to drink daily block water. We don't even have the electric reliability council of texas or bur. Kat had long been warned. Its infrastructure was vulnerable to freezing temperatures the state legislature held hearings on this exact issue in twenty eleven. The last time the state experienced major freeze there were numerous hearings hundreds of pages of recommendations but they were all made voluntarily. Nobody actually change the incentives so that the generators would have a financial reason food to weather. Is this week. Several urquhot born members resigned in the wake of this disaster today in virtual urquhot board of directors meeting. The chairwoman acknowledged the pain and suffering of texans her resignation effective after the meeting ended. All of our hearts go out to all of you with head to go without electricity. Heat water not attending and food during frigid temperatures and continue to face the tragic consequences in some cases. The loss of a loved one state leaders have promised an investigation into urquhot handling of the crisis and members of both parties and the governor of rowing to make sure texans are on the hook for those astronomical electric bills at a time when essential services were needed. The most the system broke. You deserve answers. You will get those answers but people brianna bolden are in need of far more immediate solutions. She's facing mounting hardships. Having recently lost her father and grandfather. It sounds like your grandmother doesn't have home insurance right now. She don't she couldn't afford it anymore. Every generation been through this. Is papa really worked hard for this. I'm sorry statewide. There is so much damage from burst. Pipes plumbers can't keep up see the water. We have another one right here. Everardo omega of a plumbing. In houston says he's crews have been working around the clock just as bad. I mean there's necas mad and they're receiving more calls than they can answer this heartbreaking the tell somebody. uk make we broke down here. Twenty five hours plummer andrew mitchell in his family driving all the way from new jersey with a car full of equipment in arts in short supply here for just going to see what we can do to help out texas residents and also converging in texas to help out the cajun navy civilian volunteers known for using their big trucks. Kamal boats for rescues during major storms like hurricane harvey in twenty seventeen. We talked with a lot of people around here who've been they were impacted by hurricane harvey. I dealing with this. A lot of people think that this is worse than a hurricane's coming in we have more. We know what's going to happen with this disaster. We did not know what was coming. Community was not prepared. No one knew what was coming riley at this is marin mckim. She spent the last decade doing aid work in africa. When disaster struck home she was one of the first on the front lines. The cajun navy has gotten quite good quickly setting up distribution sites like this one but with so many people impacted. What's perhaps most useful is their platform and their connections. Cajun navy crowd sources disasters and cajun navias known so once we find the need we start using the social media platform and we put the word out there and people want to help on this day. They're delivering to katy texas home to just over twenty thousand with some areas still under a boil. Water notice
Sasha Sloan Talks About Her New Song, Until It Happens To You
"Sasha's sloan is a singer and songwriter originally from boston but now based in nashville she put out her debut album only child last year before that she'd written songs for artists like katy. Perry john legend and charlie exc- x and she's been a featured guest vocalist on songs by electronic artists. Edessa and kyko. Sasha made her album with her boyfriend producer. Henry allen aka king henry who's other production credits include songs by beyond say and diplo so they're kind of music power couple in this episode. Sasha along with henry tells the story of making her song until it happens to you till you like similar in no how to my name. Is sasha sloan. When it comes to writing. I always start with a title. My boyfriend and i have a close friend and he had a cousin who was like a sister to him and we hung out with her a lot. She was in her early thirty s and one day. She was diagnosed with leukemia. And a couple of months later she passed away. Henry and i were very shaken up by it and just sitting and talking and you know we were like you'll never really know what it's like until it happens to you because my boyfriend and i had never lost someone that close to us. We've both been funerals but it was kind of you know at a distance and it was just one of those things where i wanted to say. Hey i know what you're going through right now. But i couldn't i could only say i can only imagine what that feels like and it didn't feel like enough that's kind of what inspired the title. That's my friend danny. Celebrate danny came over to hang out and we were talking about song. Titles and i was like i had the song title called until it happens to you and you know when i explained the concept to him really struck a chord with him and we went to the studio and danny had this guitar part. That was really beautiful. I love writing with danny and henry because of craig guitar players. I play piano. But i'm always usually more inspired by like a great guitar riff so i felt super inspired by that. And the title until it happens to you. Felt like it really fit with qatar part for me. Titles have to find their partner. I in order for me to write them. It's so much easier for me to write melody when i have a concept that i'm starting with. It's much harder for me to work off of melodies and then villain lyrics afterwards.
Deputy Political Editor of the Spectator, Katy Balls, Discusses Where the U.K. Stands on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration
"Yes and katie. Boris johnson is trying to lead the way on this discussion. What does the u k position. Severe macron is Five percent of the current vaccine intake. I think that the strong sense she got from ministers involved with this is that they don't want to give away vaccines until they have been able to offer a vaccine not just to the most vulnerable. But ideally everyone in the country and tens of the adult population. And i think this goes to a desire by the uk to almost tried. Reach head mean free. Immunization see something happening in israel. I think it's probably easier said than done. And even though we all very lucky to be high vaccine uptake country if you looked is rather as where we could be going the beginning to see slightly when for example at vaccines fatigue characters. I think the age group you go. The uptake still very good uptake. But no expansion to see the level you get say eight year olds amongst thirty roads. Now i think that when it comes to giving away vaccines. Dj very much does want to do that. And i think that they can see that. You can emerge as a global player by coming gossip benevolent as james touch and actually right near copies. Various governments have ready. Go ahead startled that. As to whether i think there is still some debate to be had because there has been idea at the senate. Mtv countries and food scheme at has been talked about the idea of countries in africa. And beyond. But i think that that has also been to airmax. Mp's such as if the public violence is very far behind the uk. Actually as close allies neighbor. We should be stepping in there now. I think what might make this decision. Earlier is ultimately what is the desire what is demand for some of the vaccines. The uk has given hearing more reports of various european countries. Saying they don't want the oxford vaccine may be actually some the things he geeky has to offer an received. But i do you think the senses that this will stop being a problem soon. Enough because ministers and officials believe that you'll start to see the data showing that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine does have a really important facts and what she had that that the level of skepticism is going to go
"katy" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"We already have answered our pets. We want to diss whether we'll be dancing at home dancing in the streets dancing in the parts we WANNA dance. People WanNA listen to music. People WANNA be lifted up and inspired right. Dd My girlfriend dee. Who's my office manager? But she's also my oldest and dearest friend. We've been friends since we were nine years old. She put a post on social media the other day that just said when all else fails and nothing else matters. Music remains that great. You know it's really got me through dark times and these times have been dark and well I. My husband and I just adopted a teenager last year in fact her adoption was finalized a week before two weeks before The the covid quarantine hit were in another state we were in Missouri finalizing her adoption. She's been in foster care for years and just had a really tough go of it and when she heard I got to interview you today she said Mom. Please tell her that are dance team. Every song that that we chose was one of her songs and please tell her how her music got me through the toughest times in my life so briar just wanted you to know. I mean this this kid. She's so beautiful she has been through hell and and she still standing and she's still dancing so Usually struggling with something emotionally. Or just you know in my own little tunnel and it's really likes something inside of me. I think my soul is writing a song and reminding me that I have in. Can you know get through whatever going through and I can continue to put one foot in front of the other and and and daisies was song I wrote in February actually Just about you know all all the noise and call the laughter and I ruling that comes along with having a big dream For me it was you know it came from my friends and family while it when I was in my teen years when I would tell them that. This is what my dream is. Listen Tom Going to execute it and this is what I'm going to do when I you know grow up and I mean I still continues in my life from the comments on social media to Whatever you know the media of what they think that I should be or sound like or what I what I am doing right or what I am doing wrong. I mean it's the noise never stops but during quarantine because of the amount of time we've all had reflected and maybe seeing that we've taken things for granted that you know maybe taking our dreams for granted or we put them on the shelf in a box in the attic and you realize oh what. When did I give us all the way drinks? And why and I think for me. It's like I never knew that the chance Or opportunity would be taken away from these like it has the freedom and when we get that freedom back. I hope that people are ready to go after living their best life possible and a new way you know. Yeah Amen to that will you are going to I. I gotTa tell you I started to say this earlier. Your world is about to be blown apart with this baby that got his blessed you with because from now on as soon as as soon as this baby enters the world your heart is going to be walking around outside of your body. Somebody said that to me before my firstborn was born and I didn't didn't really process it and the minute he was born. Those words came back to me and I went. Oh my gosh and as soon as I could I called my mom and I said I am so sorry. She's like so sorry for what on years it. I didn't know how much you loved me. Now make me cry out. My last pair false. I love you know you can order them off Amazon. Go Baby Alright. Sweetie thank you. God bless you God bless i WanNa Thank Katy Perry one more time. What he beautiful loving young woman she is. I hope this podcast episode and all of my podcast episodes inspire you to reach out and love someone right now learn more about Katie and her new song and video daisies. Perry DOT COM..
"katy" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Fresh. That's because you have to milk cucumbers all that bitterness coming out so there's ECOMMERCE tastes so fresh nipping looking guy. It's not gross. This great does pimple to. If we milk each other we'll just get all that bitterness out one way to find out one way to find out milkman cucumber. Let's see how bitter I am now kids? Let's let's end on a very cool story from MSNBC last night a retired nurse. Teresa Francisco She is actually leaving the hospital where she she nursed for thirty nine years after recovering from Kobe. Nineteen so this is her talking about the experience and then after that we can hear her leaving the hospital and getting cheered. Listen there s here on the Mount Sinai. For thirty years I retired. Yes January Tony now. I came back to Mount Sinai. Golden Nineteen patient. And I've been here since March. Twenty seven and a mockery out early today. Oh and then. What did you serve leaving? Oh Wow yeah. What a wonderful way. What a wonderful leave Mount Sinai and go back to your life for her and all the year she put in there as a nurse. That's really great. Thank you Garrett. Thank you very much. No problem go milky cucumber. Don't don't do it in front of the kids. No no no the bathroom thank you Garrett. That was great. I loved hearing that sound. All right. let's take a break by the way We do have Katy Perry or new song conversation with her in the Zoom Room. Coming up and coming up next family.
"katy" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Fresh. That's because you have to milk cucumbers. All that bitterness coming out so there's ECOMMERCE tastes so fresh. Nipping looking guy is not gross. Oh, this great plate a pimple to. If we milk each other, we'll just get all that bitterness out. Only to find out only one way to find out milkman cucumber. Let's see how bitter I am now, kids. Let's. Let's end on a very cool story. From, MSNBC last night a retired nurse, Teresa Francisco She is actually leaving the hospital where she she nursed for thirty nine years after recovering from covid nineteen, so this is her talking about the experience, and then after that we can hear her leaving the hospital and getting cheered I listen, there s here. On the Mount Sinai For thirty years. I retired Yes January Tony. Now. I came back to Mount Sinai. Go nineteen patient. And I've been here since March twenty seven. And a mockery out early today. Oh! And, then what did you serve leaving? Oh. Wow Yeah! What a wonderful way! What a wonderful way to leave Mount Sinai. Go back to your life for her. And all the year. She put in there as a nurse. That's really great. Thank you Garrett very much. No problem. Go Milky Cucumber. Don't don't do it in front of the kids. No, no, no! The, bathroom Thank you Garrett. That was great. I loved hearing that sound all right Let's take a break by the way we do have Katy Perry or new song conversation with her in the zoom room, coming up and coming up next. Family,.
"katy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic it's four twenty nine and Becky Lynn here's our top story drug cartels are using Mexican and American teens to move their fentanyl through both sides of the St louis' port of entry director John Schwalm says they can blend in better on the US and Mexico sides of these cartels are going to use every advantage that they can in order to take care of their business by finding out who's crossing the border often how much money do you want me to swim also says the team's strap the fentanyl to their bodies not realizing it can be deadly to the touch he adds that the cartels no the teams will face less prosecution if they get caught starting today some flavored easy correct products are illegal E. cigarettes are inherently harmful to you that's health and Human Services secretary Alex these are reacting to president trump's announcement last month banning all flavored vaping liquids except for tobacco and menthol the president recognized a need to act on E. cigarettes the need to do it in a careful way that is focused on protecting our kids starting today flavors like mint and fruit are now restricted the CDC reports more than twenty seven hundred cases of people hospitalized with vaping related injuries Martha Mauer KTA RUC TA our eyes on education our three public universities want to make Arizona out more competitive they're preparing students for jobs and rapidly growing industries through the new economy initiative our new economy initiative is about how do we take the entirety of the university and expand its productivity while expanding our specific ability to produce and become a center of engineering production and new technology production it's easy president Michael Crowe who says this part of the initiative his university wants to build the largest and most successful engineering school meanwhile in a US focusing on high demand healthcare fields the U. of a is focused on the medicine industry officers across Arizona are gathering in Phoenix tomorrow to talk about self care it's called officer wellness day officers are humans and so they wouldn't be human if they were impacted by what they're seeing on a daily basis counselor was cigna behavioral health Warren Magnuson lead some of the sessions at the Allstate free event for officers from across the state so we have a yoga session we haven't equine session we have a financial section we have a therapist that talks about trauma and impacts trauma plays on your brain and your health one hundred ten officers are signed up for the event they're encouraged to bring their spouse alley that near KTA our news restrictions with that for here in town we've got some pretty normal freeway delays for the website but they're getting picked thirty eight minutes west bound one a one Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard west it seventy Fifth Avenue in its thirty six minutes going northbound on the seventeen from the tense but north to Peoria sixty minutes northbound fifty one I did many stack north to Belfast and the ten westbound still flowing go fifty one freeway west all the way out to dieser wrote he got a recommended fifty First Avenue and greenway already have wanted forty Third Avenue and cactus the strategy for brought to you by gateway community college touch see and experience what gateway community college has to offer and tour and explore March twenty first.
"katy" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"katy" Discussed on Far Side Chats
"On the night of Christmas Nineteen Ninety six child beauty pageant winner. Jon Benet Ramsey was killed in her family home in Colorado. She was only six years old. A lengthy ransom note was found. I and her father found her dead in the basement eight hours. After they had reported her missing she had a broken skull and she had been strangled angled her death is officially classified as a homicide and while both parents were suspects case still remains unsolved however however theorists have a different theory. Jon Benet Ramsey was impact not killed that night instead she was kidnapped apparently apparently as a part of some sort of alumina conspiracy. Her parents staged her death and she later resurfaced as Katy Perry in two two thousand eight with the hit song. I kissed a girl their evidence includes the resemblance of Katy Perry Jon Benet Ramsey as well as the resemblance of both their sets of parents one youtube theorist went to great lengths to prove the similarities of their eyebrows which must mean that they're the the same person a different youtuber points out one of the lines in Katy Perry's memoir which I had no clue. Katy Perry had a memoir by Darren Leisure it does she wrote in reference to writing songs at an early age not that I was one of those stage kids there was no Jon Benet Ramsey inside of me waiting to burst out now way if she was really Jon Benet. Why would she even make that reference well. According to the Youtuber the aluminum body always puts out clues hidden in plain sight sure it could happen seems leaves right so here's how it started. The theory seems to have begun from a youtube video entitled Jon Benet Ramsey is singer. Katy Parry posted in December two thousand fourteen now before you all go off looking for it like yours truly. Let me just save you some time until you it has been taken down anyways that theory gained traction from there with several youtubers like the ones I mentioned before making their own evidence videos radio's the story eventually gained enough traction for entertainment news sites to start covering it on February Two Thousand Sixteen and Katy Perry even referenced it at the Ama's that same year so is this real or fake. It's fake honestly Fli. This might be the worst conspiracy theory I've ever seen. There's no real evidence other than white. People look alike and it takes a quick. Google Search to see that Katy Perry would have already been twelve when Jonbenet was murdered. There's also Perry's Christian pop album again didn't oh she had that under the the name Katy Hudson which is in fact her real name. This album was released in two thousand one when Perry was seventeen and Germany would have only been eleven and the records of her being picked up and dropped by big name Labels Island and Columbia between two thousand one and two thousand eight which undermines undermines the whole Katy Perry appearing out of nowhere idea anyways the whole theory just comes across as the first thing the original conspiracy theorists could think of <hes> so let me ask our audience. Do you really think the aluminum body would take their time and resources to fake the death of child pageant winner and turn her into a pop star. I mean I personally wouldn't put it against them. It seems like a really brilliant play I mean and if they they have the time traveling abilities her age is not a factor exactly so the LUMINOSITY has time I'm travel. We've solved it solved it done but also we may never know well also true and so if you're wearing tinfoil hat like us that means you're into this podcast. If you're subscribe you'll be notified each and every Monday when we released new episodes you can find us on Itunes spotify or on our website at. WWW DOT farside chats dot com also since we know you're wearing that hat go ahead and hit us on facebook took an instagram. It's likely you have theories of your own so shout out and let us know what is keeping you up at night and as always catch you on the far side.
"katy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Sixty five Katy Perry as we launch eighteen forty. Home. Tuesday. Give me the night. Sure. Eight hundred forty said Katy Perry. Three sixty five new on the countdown keeping a moving nonstop thirty nine lie. And if you.
"katy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Katy Perry. I don't know. Gonna tell ya. How you loso precious when you smile. From back in jive. You. Lose my cellphone in dolls. I just to let you know your. I'm so happy that you are. John all you got. Make you feel. You. Are you? Incredible. LA? What's the pattern baby party beat Selena Gomez? The kiss music is back right now. One point seven Pele's number one hit music station. When I was gone. The old man was enough. Started judge. The word..