18 Burst results for "Kelly Price"
"kelly price" Discussed on Drunk Unks Podcast
"Right so party. The personnel recording dando. The band part is like you know me. It might not the first month fucking celebrity when you hear might actually talk versus what you see my bill word and your mind. Don't add up. don't add up. You're like i if you even journal about when you think of when you think about like michelle ley michel eight talk really squeaky as voice on the original ways and it's like you turn around and you try them like charter pigeonhole people. Because you see the media though every person dictate light media going son in general people will see people and l. pigeonholed on into what they think that person is. I hear her voices. Squeaky is low and then she blow and you like what the never had the worst career. People both ways am. Kelly writes You can came. Apologize apologizing kelly price. Yes that's what the because kelly one of the best thing ever all and that's because big girls in bb was not in at the time that the airbus came into. She got back folder. That blow joe crazy. Yeah imaginative kelly prices getting on them and no disrespect. But you see chick like lizardo and you show her love like imagine. If kelly i say is right now in front of the car was dating are all right but that's so no. I use your aaron. How we're in an era where you can't say. Don't let the big girls thing right. Don't let the grow up air now. You have to sit there and say that everybody do it this once. Busy here about you combined with backless debris what he's educate. I bagus lose possession when you listened to. The weight came up ninety six. Which was the first female rapper. Who went has no matter what she looked like. Rose is spoken. Come up. Craft was trading. Actually i'll go. She started switching because the games don't right and then she realize that's not what she wanted to do. Comfortable this way think about it like did so. She wouldn't close and she's still. They will. bag out ops. Right loom our close any data big about it like the whole world is open to wear every nothing right. Never somebody somebody pulling our early earlier. And i think it was like yo. Herman was dressy. I prom where. Walk along this out with no resigned. Is it out there right outfit. Yes no we now. Every kid at the problem was difficult people. Are we start wars up. I see my four years up yours. That's awesome. I think that's how i you just out pseudo which overthrew but thought everything we started a love us heat yes. Our culture love the prisoners of everything. We started with now music. I look at the sanders. Those loud music we start with the rings running around with these big renters. Banging interesting rose. A water system infocus shining rooms customer. Bmw's customer fucking not. Now you're saying costal hostile draw custom. We was doing it back. Then was custom now that as i go law system shiny rooms to the eighteen s it and we got in trouble for alleged. There was a proud lab is regular reverend everybody. So every commercial uses lover culture. my heart's earliest culture. That we right here are cautioned rollaway when you say that we adapt to a size given to a culture is the origin the beginning. All thing where you are so caught so we may be creating a quarter. I'd be go really recreating. Ashby go that we're going to take it. Goes gonna take it. Does the world everybody it all surgery.
"kelly price" Discussed on The Trash
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"kelly price" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Exhibit had to say about a napalm as a black man. I understand discrimination and hatred so just to clarify the position that we at napalm cannabis. We by no means acknowledged justify or feel as though that we are promoting violence towards the asian community. We stand with the asian community. We plan to do many many things for our community and within our community not just to candidates community but the community at large was to talion with the asian community was used against japan in world. War two internationally in nineteen eighty by the un and so it was also using firebombs during the vietnam war but when called a lot of innocent citizens from him. I didn't think any that. I just thought it was a gasoline. This means that triggering for you is triggering for some other people. What is definition in so wasn't exercise reunion show. They can't do bombs over baghdad. Bruno mars can bruno mars. Drop view that out the window now to. I'm just trying to see where it stopped. Listen i guess if you're china's have a brand can universally appeal to people if a group of people doesn't like the name of it in it's triggering name for them then they have the right to say that when they now whether or not you decide to change. The name of your brand is on you. It's a form of gasoline. Do it's a form of gasoline like its definition in the dictionary as a jelly lake substance and form of gasoline wrong. Yeah but it's not. This use on civilians was banned internationally in one thousand nine hundred eighty by the un all the destruction and killing that it caused when they used it as firebombs. It would just know that. They're coming from bruno. Mars mex- when it comes to grenade and no more gasoline dramas no more gasoline adrenals. Oh my goodness all right. That is your room report all round. Yes even down could you. You know. I think we need to go to breakfast. Club court this morning Going to lay out the case for you but we need a the truth. Paul pierce to come to the front of the congregation. We would like to have a word with him. I don't know. Paul pierce deserves a hee-haw not but i'll let you decide all right. We'll get to that next. It's the breakfast cloak owning the breakfast club. Your mornings on never beat say angela here and the general insurance has been helping people save money for nearly sixty years. They offer the quality covered. You deserve at prices. You can afford make the right call and go with the general call. Eight hundred general or visit the general dot com some restrictions. Apply to meet your information on new york radio station to the planet. I go by the name of charlemagne to god. Co-founded the black effect podcast network. Restaurants are a cornerstone of american communities. And they need our support more than ever for many black on eateries systemic barriers further heightened by the pandemic have only increased challenges to success. Pepsi is on a mission to connect black owned restaurants to access businesses still ration- and visibility needed to overcome these barriers. So that they can share their. Enjoy your food. Which as many people as possible pepsi's new digging platform is a multi year multi million dollar commitment that provides tools and resources to help black restaurants thrive rallying food lovers to join the movement pepsi. Dig in said go to drive at least one hundred million dollars in sales for black owned restaurants over the next five years we invite you to continue to support the incredible range of black owned restaurants near you dig in and try something new joint commission and follow pepsi digging on facebook twitter and instagram pepsi's digging platform reflects pepsi's ongoing commit to amplify black voices for five black communities and be a part of progress. Km roy wood junior a stand up. Comedian i'm correspondent on the daily show with trevor noah. I'm a father. I'm a sagittarius. And i have a podcast called roy's job. This show is a therapy session for anybody who's looking for work. Wants to slap somebody at work or hiring somebody to work for them to eventually they can slap you do one part laughs. One part inspiration. I cannot wait to welcome you to royds job on. Iheartradio app apple podcasts. Off wherever you get your podcast. Don't give the day. Don't democrat so being a little bit of a mckesson for like adult. I've been called a lot of my twenty three years donkey. Yes doc you today. For tuesday april six. I think is going to the truth. Paul pierce listen. Social media is calling for paul pierce to get donkey today. I don't know if he's deserving of it but it's worth a discussion and breakfast club court this morning now. I'm not gonna ever discredit paul ten times. Nba all star two thousand eighteen nba champion two thousand eight nba finals. Mvp jersey retired by the boston. Celtics one of the greatest boston celtics of all time. You have to give it up paul pierce. He's a whole basketball legend in east streets. But just like. I give someone a credit for being dope. I have to give them the credit. They deserve for being stupid. If you haven't heard. Paul pierce has been fired by espn and I need to let the records showed it. I'm not giving paul pierce donkey today for what he did. I'm giving paul pierce donkey today for how he did it okay. He's out at espn parted ways fire. And whatever you wanna call it and people are saying. He was possibly fired because over the weekend he posted is g live of a smoking weed drinking some adult beverages and scripted. Dancing all around him. I totally missed all of this by the way On the weekend. I disconnect from social media pretty much not to mention between falcon and the winter soldier in the versus between the idly brothers and earth wind and fire. I was preoccupied. Okay but paul peirce. From what i saw. He looked like he was having the same saturday night. That millions of men were probably having all around the world. Okay we liquor scantily clad women. I don't care if the scantily clad woman is your wife. Does the weekend vibes but when you work in. Espn owned jointly by disney. If you are taking a good ethnic like this don't the graham live. That's why i said. I don't see paul pierce getting donkey yesterday for what he did. Put his how he did it. Let's go to fox. Sports radio one with chris dodd and rob parker for the report police. Paul pierce former celtics all star nba champion now and former analysts espn. Because he was given his walking papers today. A few days after that Viral video went went out with his instagram. Live of him. Allegedly smoking the ganja and a poker slash erotic dancer party according to reports. Espn appears have agreed to part ways and according to the new york post their sources say that one of the big reasons why they decided to move on from paul pierce an nba analyst on their network is because he chose to put the videos are on his own if he had been filmed knowing the exact same and they became viral. Hey it is what it is you all your private time Okay okay. I understand that. Can we hear some of this video brand coming out. We got fire coming out brands. We invest being my see media on eighteen to me. Her lavelle.
"kelly price" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"That's been about sixty years from greece. Race the grace was he didn't catch lash. I'm talking about a pick my words you have a vocabulary it to finish your thought on on. Why does air doesn't give grace earlier. You got cut off a little bit. You know. I think that we are living in a time where everything is so right now right now right now right now right now and if you can't get it then this person can and if this person can't than that one can and i think it's beyond microwave for for i think the two thousands early two thousands ninety s. That was microwave mentality. this is something else. This is like astrolabe rocket juice. What like every the attention when you're talking about fifteen second videos and that's the height of somebody's day like we want quick thrills. We have less attention span. We were becoming harder to please. We want more and more more more more dumbed down. And i think it has everything to do with that. I think it has everything to do with people not learning that process is necessary and so in all fairness to them got help them. They don't they don't extend grace to others but they really don't know how to extend grace themselves When you look at people who have that kind of mentality. There's also a lot of self destructive and i realized that about myself i can forgive somebody else had a hard time forgiving myself when i really sat down and thought about. You could have did this differently. You did that differently like the kids are grown now. But you're listening to them. Tell you how this affected them. And why this and why that and why. You could have stopped that. That was a huge thing for me. to feel like enduring what i thought was the best for them now and and sits like literally at the center of the places where they questioned themselves question. Relationships have trust you know issues. I'm like you could've you could've did something about that. Grace forgiveness is important for us to know how to be that to ourselves. Because you can't really do it for somebody else. If you haven't practiced it and people do tend to be hard on themselves but we also live in a society where the beauty that we see being put in front of us doesn't even exist to allow cultural to be infiltrated and then dictated to what are beauty is supposed to be to watch. Our people deconstruct their bodies to only go back and build it back up to be a not authentic version of what you were already given. We let people get in our heads and tell us your lips to thick your noses or too wide you know. Booties is too big. This is to that and we drank the koolade and now we're watch on just now. Yeah that you could write. You're right we're creating unattainable bar professional can't even get to that. It's impossible which you got to get you make mistakes. We're not giving nobody any great so it's just like how do you grow. And at my whole life. I was taught about growth people. I gravitated towards whether it's malcolm x. My angela wherever it was. Yes because they evolved in grew. We saw it with now. It's like no not a lotta meaningless things like how do you live like that. That's not human. That's why you got filter out the noise and at some point just silence everything. Learning how to be still and sent to yourself is one of the best things that anybody can do for themselves. And i and. I'm not even saying this to try to be funny. Listen to all the voices in your head and figure out which one is telling you. The right thing kelly price well. Let's let's get into a record right now record. You wanna play. I wanna thank you okay. I love appreciate you joining us. Thank you for having me own me. Kelly price damage great. Great conversation with kelly price. You watch that full interview on the breakfast club. Youtube paid with the youtube again. Breakfast club parwana. five one. We got to get rid of that. Parwana five one absolutely. Somebody had the nerve to send kelly price a picture of their penis after a first day. Who is this person. Hey man people shoot they shock. That's the first day huge ticketless ridiculous different dating water. And that's been happy ridiculous right. Well let's get to the room. Let's go this report with angelini close. Well you'll be disappointed to hear that lars pippen and me beasley have broken up. Her rep. Did confirm the news to e and you know they. I responded holding hands in november last year but now they have called it quits according to her rep. They said that the distance got to be tough for the pair. He's twenty four years old. He's based in minnesota. He's timber woes but things got hard with travel. It was more of a timing thing. They're still in communication but not together middle school. Because i won't be keeping over dpd business. I thought that was scotty. Pippin remember remember. They were going through problems then. She allegedly started talking to future. Then she went back to scottie pippen and now she got a divorce again and then she was holding hands with mike beasley. He got caught. That was the one who got the league beasley and then she got caught members. Girls the by the way also just had a two year old moma. Maybe i think that divorce. She's the estranged wife but they're still married. They're still married. They file he filed for divorce in two thousand sixteen. She refiled in two thousand eighteen. So i guess they're still working things through for the divorce. You've got to drop out here popping with all these other guys please. Could you just drop my last four kids together. She might have the same name as her kids to take that back You know you know mean. They have kids. They have the whole family together. Lakers named after me can't have that lesson jarvis with that last name on the back. No is nothing he could do about. It got to be have to be all right. Exhibit is learning a lesson about the weak company that has palm it's been banned from an la dispensary and napalm cannabis. It's been dragged online. It's basically a reminder of a chemical agent that was using firebombs during the vietnam war that killed and maimed innocent citizens and so here is what exhibit had to say basically about why he got the name napalm. The word may palm. This is definitely synonymous with war and being used as a weapon. And if you know anything about me and my body work you know. I got albums called weapons of mass destruction and man versus machine. So this album here is called napalm. I'll put this album out and twenty twelve. But this is where the branding for napalm came from as you could see and it transcended into how we build in our cannabis. Company has hip hop gotten too big as. I've gotten too big that we're on everybody's radar here but napalm as jellied. Gasoline used in firebombs i. It's a substance right. I have no idea what napalm i chemical agent a chemical right and. It's supposed to be highly when i was a chemical yet. But i've heard so many rappers say the word napalm wraps and everything else for years. I'm wondering hip hop gotten too big that we're just on too. Many rate is now and people also had issues with a pre rolled joint known as the grenade they didn't like these references cavalier references to deadly weapons of war. Here's what else.
"kelly price" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Mind. State moving forward after that meeting. It messed with my head. i had heard. It said like added whispers of it. True story at daddy's house working on a record for group was signed to motown. what was their name group. That was signed to motown. Puff was producing the record. I was there As the vocal producer. And i was there cutting the song on the guys and so i wanted to make a change lyrically to something so i told him to take a break I went and sat in a corner like behind one of those folding things inside of the room where the microphone was sat on the floor with my pen and pad and i hear the guys walking in the hallway outside the room. Then they come into the room and they're having a whole conversation and just out of nowhere. The conversation turns to know. Did you get a look at her. She looks like a fat aid. Nell carter guy. And so. But i'm in i'm in the corner and so i'm like dang they walk out the room. They're in the hallway there in the hallway. And i'm sitting in. I don't want to have that awkward moment of walking out of the room and going pass them but they won't leave and i'm like okay. You got you on clock you gotta get the session. I pulled it together. Walked out the door and walk past them and they're looking like i went back into the control room. They came into the control room Miskelly can we have a word with you. I said no we have work to do. We should just go ahead and finish the record. Well that group i a. Nope did get an apology. From one of the i. I swear to god i was walking through an airport and this guy was trying to stop me. And he's like remember me. I'm like no. I don't just tell me i know you're from and he told me he said well remember when you did that. Song for the group of blah blah. He said we were idiots. We were blah blah blah and. I'm like what do you got going on right now. He's like no. We still trying to figure it out. And i'm what i'm you know. This is years later. And i'm like okay next deal at after that because you do. The job dude is driving so much true story. He did put an offer on the table. And i said there was a bit of a bidding war. That did happen. It ended up being between. Mca did he paperwork on the table and then it wasn't def jam. It ended up being ronald eisley. Who i met. Because of puff. I i was in the studio working on a track that he was doing for lia finished it I'm on my way out. He was on his way and he was like where you going. I'm like home i'm done. He's like no. I need you to stay. I got some popular. I'm like okay. What you got he said is brothers. I'm like tone. He was like okay. So i need to write it. I'm like yeah. I can do that. I said well when is it needs to be done. He said like right now right now. He said he's here. He's leaving his hotel on his way to the studio right now will. Are you kidding me you have to be. He was like no. Yeah so big ups in new york traffic. It took him about forty five minutes to get to the to the to the studio from the hotel Which was enough time for me to depend floating on you. Love the first one back. Wow so what did you take at that time. 'cause you did. He gave you off of the deal. You had. Ron is off of the deal. That already said he doesn't care what you what you look like. Your voice is amazing. And where did you decide to go from there. i ended up with ronald. He had the least amount of money on the table was mad at you. Went to you the guy that introduce you to sign where he he felt away about it. He but i and i said to him. I said i need you to understand. I'm i'm thinking like from business at this point. I told him. I have faith. And i are not the same but we are too similar One of us is not gonna make it here And she's already here. So i wouldn't assume that i would be the priority not to mention probably wanted all you publish it to move. We got molly kelly price when we come back. Is the breakfast club. Good morning morning. Everybody gets tj envy. Angela yeesh alameda guy. We oughta breakfast club was still kicking it with kelly price. Charlemagne i wanted to talk to you about twenty twenty because you deal with a lot in twenty twenty you know you lost your mom. My mother my grandfather since you for that. Thank you. I appreciate it. I'm sure you're still in the process of of healing. What did that process. Look like to you The grace project and it ultimately was the thing that kept me. I feel like from probably going over the edge at the end of the year School friends church friends to the tune of about fifteen more people lost in my life last year. Did you get to see your mom in the casket when you when you recorded the album. Was you know they always say sometimes when you're trying to stay busiest a response to the trauma. You're not dealing with actually want to work or whether the trauma respond a little of both but necessary necessary. Because i had been in the house all year. Yes it was a trauma response. But that has always been my go-to when i was a young kid. I can remember just like finding a pad and a pencil and just do whatever was coming out of my head. Whatever was going on. Have you given yourself time to grieve not enough because following death arts things that have to be done things that need to be put in place if they're not already in place if there's not a directive left then you you know the family's kinda stuck trying to put things together and so i absolutely have not had enough time and i feel that sometimes when i feel that day coming on i allow myself to have that moment and the the blows from year. I think i will teach me how to live with them. I don i. I have to honestly say being filled with faith. I don't know that those are things that you ever get over But you learn how to continue to live with them and process them and eventually you get to a place where the thought of. It doesn't make you cry. You can smile. Go miss them. Please protect them into the. Oh absolutely i believe in god. But i got there i do too. I do listen. I promise you. I think that god gave us doctors for reason. Yeah actually got a referral very recently to go to somebody though. Yeah i remember when you first got divorced. He was saying how difficult it is dating. Because you had never really day known how is it now. It's been some years. She's i don't like dating life in the twenty first century. It's groupies to kelly because you kelly praise. Yeah i didn't like it off the market uh-huh yeah And happily so. Yeah yeah yeah. It was dating was icky the very first date that i went on. I laugh at it now. But i was traumatized after that date. I thought the date went. Well i got home out to dinner. Had great conversation had a great glass of wine. I'm like okay call drove my own car. I didn't want to get picked up. I don't even know where i live in case you're crazy And like two hours. After i got home. Bean look looking in the phone. And i'm like whoa. He's gonna pianist makes all. yes girl. yes i was like. That was been greek. Oh wait a second. no context. No no what did you respond or talk talk about it. We had really good grown intelligent conversation now. Did you reply at all what can be taken out. What the hell out of context. Once they were blocked off. You know that. That's that's crazy. Was it from the up angle..
Family of DMX holds vigil outside New York hospital
"Well dan mx his family friends beyond say kids fans. Everybody has turned out. They actually announced it was going to be a prayer vigil outside the white plains. Hospital in new york and hundreds of people showed up to pray for d. Mx that was amazing. Did ya see the video. People outside a lot of prayers for them. Ex-man prefre that brothers harder. You would prefer you because you know he would. Dan max pray anyway anytime for anybody so fast. That energy should be given back to Mr earl simmons right now All right well m. mx as you know has been in the hospital. Since friday night. He had a heart attack. They are saying that overdose friday night and they did try to resuscitate him to keep him alive but they said he was left without oxygen to his brain for nearly thirty minutes which resulted in very little brain activity. That we are praying for a miracle.
"kelly price" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Release attention. I was so house a yes. He's back with bronze you know what I chose to. Really that moment a little backstory quest. Yes. All right PEOP- this. So I was so hurt by the whole, not releasing songs like fine time that people consider should have been a single the ballot or what's it GonNa be that's what I'm here for just got solid joints on our that I at least one or two of them could have been singles and so most of the fans. So I was like in my mind I was like, okay I'm done with them moving on. So grandy I was focusing on brandy because Sylvia Rhone reached out and gave her Maryland Bobby you guys remember that name Merlin Bob. They reached out and gave me a production deal a song deal rather and they're like Yo we do like a five song deal with you. Can you give us some joints like hell? Yeah and I was like but I wanna work on brandy though she's not really no shoes on Atlantic she east West. So she said, well, that's in our family work. So I wrote three joints once called don't change was called rain and the other was a third one that I have been titled It. It was the third join so look so elect hear them they're like Yo. That's crazy. You need to get in with brandy right away. So I'm in New York they put me in Daddy's house the studio. and. We're going in there and we bought the cut it. I remember distinctly. Kelly price was working with diddy in one room de Angeletti might have been another room and I was in his room that man Brandon was opposed to potentially start cutting rain in. Our remember playing rain for diddy. He's at I. And then. And then. And I'm still not over. Still not over my crazy thing. Crazy. Starts, thinking I'm getting with this women as they. Anyway. So I get a phone call analyst this Guy Anthony Morgan at RCA he's like Yo. CHECK THIS OUT BE Please don't cut that on Brandy. House like what? He's like Yoga smu be so it has circulated in the in the in the somehow. Circulating, and talked about. Reducing. Men of priests. Right Man. It's crazy right but when Rodney Listen we're Rodney Jerkins took over gen I mean the the brand new record. He misses the boy is nine hours so. I think run until you this. He loves rain as well. But somebody I don't know who got his ear but it ended up being we're not gonNA cut this. Brandy. Yes. Onery, which is angel in disguise. Okay. So you. Can't you see so looking so I I'm cool Castilian them already broke me up for these songs Sound like. That was just a demo that I just got paid a couple of hundred thousand. Awesome. So then I said to Anthony Morgan the next day you know what? Okay I'm here we can get it on twitter me and that's how they got on A. While so during the during that session would y'all. What was it like what you in cocoa return the girl hord you'll get we all still cool was now understand this by this time a whole new paradigm shift had happened missy and Timberland of the equation now. Because they come out with their stuff. So because. I salute. So missy called me to be hang out on the set of the rain video which ironic both these songs I'm doing have to do with water and rain I wouldn't hung out and because he had cameos at the end of that video, remember seven in their ties, Leo. Is Not in their cocoa missing missy and coca were beefing at the time was bullshit. Ran. Some state EGO Shit but anyway. So code is was not invited to the video of Bat missy Elliott video which I was. So I went hung out we recorded the vocals to the backgrounds to rain on ties and legally at electric lady land hello a very. Did, okay and then we did I did leave a coco's lead vocal at right track number right track. Underwriter. So those those are my two days recording in New York between L. beliefs we. Meet? From the Demo let you. Know you. Asked me that's me of course. All right and it's also. Because I never thought. Can't forget about on my tribute to my hero Charlie wasn't into Gabon for your love. Unabashedly very clearly, and by the way just for this why we in this moment quest I made sure after I saw you know your Charlie thing on on the on the on the other show as like Yo I feel like he'd lightweight. Kinda came after me on weeks. I might I made a lot of money a week. It was basically he thought it was another record truth to the matter I never thought about that record I was only thinking about Wednesday love the one you're talking about and the. But he got back to him that I, said that any calm in any any thank needs like you know he he said this, you are gap band by Your Damn Self. Freeman facts. Right Man I. Love You. So I got this join for him called better man right now but if he does it. WAS CRAZY WAY to. We gotTA start sharing. Okay. Yeah. So once rang came out and missing them came out now we're in a new whole paradigm shift of thank God I got to play rain Timberland right in the studio as he was mixing down. Are you that somebody? So in the studio I walked in and I kept hearing don't don't go. down. Lately. Play this whack ballot chip. Who brought me there so that's actually was static major recipes. Yes. Rest in peace from your man Daddy. Y everybody else to play all Mommy's player to men. That's most. Everybody Bill. It was crazy. And so again, that was a moment in time. I will never forget of an play for him though you know what he said 'cause his ears are incredible. I played him my demo version versus the album version. He's like your demo versus better. And I said I know right? He said. He. Just got it right away and guess who else was sitting there. Jimmy. Douglass House like I know. Jimmy Douglas You philly. So I mean man, he's the greatest ever ever. Me Man to man God man, crazy. That's how I look. The ripple effect of rain has been so easy. Get even tell you like, oh Come on Bro. Jam. Being, number. One. Right now. One call the way. It was. With with who's on on think Jay. Weaver. 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"kelly price" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Only watch was last September, 7th. This is dishing it up with Jan Di Autry and welcome back to dish it up. Have you heard about it? It's getting quite the buzz. It's called Peoria proud. Well, that's the theme of a brand new public art competition. That's going to be part of the face of Park West Shopping Center at Northern and the 101 in Peoria. So all of you artsy folks, you might want to jump in on this one because the winning arts going to be featured larger than life and installed on park West storefronts. Wow, what an opportunity and we've got Kelly Price. On the line with parkways shopping center, Kelly. We could sure use some creativity, a sense of community and vibrancy in our lives right now in this competition. Seems like it has all the right stuff. Thanks. I agreed as part of the reason we decided to put on the contest. Yeah. So tell us about the theme Peoria proud. Why did you choose that? Well, I've been collaborating with the city of Peoria, who is very involved with the art community on DH. We were brainstorming on what the best team would be, and we just thought it would be to engage the community and celebrate all that Peoria has to offer. I love that. All right, Let's talk about the competition. What are there? Who are you recruiting? What are the rules? Tell us all about it? Sure. Well, it's any artist in the West Valley to the West Valley resident, and they just have to put on their creative juices and think about what embracing Peoria Korea. Proud means to them, does it. How is it? Are you looking for painter? No paintings or sculptures. What type of art are you looking for? Sure. It's any form of Tootie art so they could do digital art. They can painting and anything that they want to dio OK, and do they have to be professional artists? Or can anyone in the Valley who thinks that they might be have a vision can they could compete? Anyone in the Valley can compete. There's no restrictions. Oh, that's awesome. So tell us a little bit about the criteria. What are you looking for? How How is this beautiful art working to be judged? Sure. Well, initially they can email there submissions in and then all submissions will be posted on Facebook beginning on September 11th for a public vote. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that the pieces with the most votes, the top 10 will then be sent on to the Puree a arts commission and they will announce the final winners. I believe we're going to do it on September. The 23rd. Okay. And so you mentioned Winners. So there's more than one winner. Yes, will be selecting for winners. And they get to choose a gift card in amounts from ranging from $500 down to $100 for each winner will get to pick to the park West Store a restaurant of their choice. Wow. And so we get to be the judges, right? You get to judge that. Yeah, The initial collects the 10 semi finalists. That is really exciting. Have you ever done anything like this before? No, we haven't fired. This is the first time that's awesome Kelley and what was going to happen to the artwork? I'd mention that it's going to get a quite a big presence at Park West Mall. How are you going to use this artwork? Sure. Well, we have some space in the property that needed updates on initially traditionally, you would do some coming soon Messaging, but we decided to turn it into public art. So those files will be blown up to large scale and there'll be four large barricades on the property that will showcase the artwork of the winners. And you know when we plan on keeping it up for at least a year. That is so cool. I just love that. I can't wait to see what the artists in town come up with. This is going to be great. You could have kids entering. You can have seniors. Anybody, right? Absolutely all right. And so where do we get more information or sign up? And then when is the day Line. Sure if you go to shop park west dot com backslash events you'll find the complete submission.
"kelly price" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"Plenty of water and you love yourself. Your countenance changes no skin bleach. Here this is this. Is Kelly happy. Kelly evolve Joey adjusted and Kelly releasing what she can't control the guys. That's exactly who I am. They managed that tell us. Oh love my that is the last thing I want to say. Thank you to everyone. Who has expressed their condolences from around the world. Big Shout outs outside Jamaica. He was the neighborhood and he was south to make clean pastor. He was passing. And even if you weren't a member of the Church Christo baby and Barrio. Mom at the same time for a lot of churches won't do it if you're not a member. My grandfather was not that guy. He lives ninety four years and after being a veteran and traveling the world to two parts of the disease was ravaged and people were hungry. He did that for decades. It was the corona virus that to come out at ninety four years old. I'm surely his child. I have decided that I have been. I've been in the ordained elder for five years. So I'm Reverend Kelly price crazy And an honorary doctorate from seminary four years ago. I'm also DR Congo. I have decided that in honor of my grandfather because he always said. I don't care what you do for a living. You know you still preacher. And I'm like yeah I know but my full early church. Not The sage and he was just laugh at me. I have decided to Use It. I've never used the title but in honor of my grandfather because he never did get an opportunity and I have done it because he's never had the opportunity to see me in that role because I have spoken as Dr Kelly Price. I have spoken as Reverend Kelly. Christ church is not a lot because I defy more so in the past with the singing and production and entertain it myself I have decided to Utilize book title and so. I laughed at myself because I accepted an interview the other day as Reverend Dr Kelly price and when I saw it on the Flyer I was just wake. Oh my God this is so crazy but I know my grandfather is getting a huge chuckled with my sister and heaven right now he got you and he's lasted like I told you Would they really nice with Reverend Dr Kelly? Right who thinks and music loud and proud and I never intended not well. Hey I don't like when people put us in boxes you could do everything craft we. Can we really really can we do? And we choose how we want to do it and I just like I crafted the way I wanted my music to be there were certain things and I would never say in my music because it wasn't who I was I feel like I have the opportunity to continue to do that. And now I'm just you know when it's time for me to sing at relate. You can call me reverend doctor. If you want that you can just tell me. Tell me. I'm not tripping up the title I've been that for five years and four years respectively now and nobody most people didn't even know it so But an honor my grandfather. I decided to more frequently and when necessary use the title Reverend Dr Kelly. Well.
"kelly price" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"Out with a horrible drawer. I'm literally figure girl but we did. We get a drawn out and I would get it made and I would wear it man. He's well let's talk about your new single 'cause we're talking and talking we get which one the Goppel single. Rv single well. Let's talk about the Gospel when I. That's a really nice song. Are you going to perform veteran as best That will actually the plan that the released the song came out two days after my grandpa parents believe it or not. Oh so it's very hard. My My grandpa passed on resurrection Sunday. He's just Sunday and the salt came out on Tuesday this generation those new music Friday. But when I was coming up new albums came out on Tuesday right and so I specifically picked Tuesday relief You know kind of throw it back to When when he came out when I was coming on on Tuesday and so when we say was for April fourteenth. Had No idea that my grandfather was going to contract the virus and it was already ready to go. He passed that Sunday for the song. Coming Tuesday whether I was ready for it or not literally two days later and I released it because I want it to be able to present something that would be beautiful and effective and something. That meant a lot to me To The Sunday best audience. I was scheduled to perform it for the finale last year. If you recall in the nine Kirk Franklin open the season with the performance on episode one. John Athans Erica. And I and I all performed that finale along with the last two contestants and so we weren't this year and I think during the Clark Cold Song. I'm still here last year because I didn't have my own to present and so when I was invited back to a judge for season ten. I said it would be smart for me to have something of my own to present. I know a lot of music I have a very wide repertoire gossip. I must've sane but I also have a full. That album is now fifteen years old if you can believe it so I'm like no I don't need to do anything or I'm need to do something new and present something new and fresh for this audience and so that was the point of release things what I need and it just so happens that the whole world was in the middle of this and I feel like the messages inside. The song are so appropriate for what's going on right now but it will be my knowledge before it's still will be because we had to halt production on the show while this was going on and until we can kind of figure out a way to get that in and to know that everybody's safe and nobody's contagious. Were on hold until our producers can figure out how to do that But what I need will be performed at the season finale Sunday best season ten. And what would've been it would have been available to the public for the all of these months. 'cause generally airs during the summertime with our finale episode. Airing in the end of also it would have been perfect because in April released by the time people heard it and saw on the finale. They would have been familiar with it by then Now your it's It's more of a bad one was your inspiration for that. Did you break up with somebody recently? No I'm written. It was written actually a couple of years before I walked away from my marriage I had I had been in that relationship I met my ex husband was thirteen years old. He had been my boyfriend since I was sixteen. Wow Yeah in that relationship for almost thirty years and married for twenty four years and and as a writer I felt people. I either write the things that I've already lived. I'm writing what I'll currently living or I'm writing about the life that I want and no one I will I you know in my mind I'm like I can't stay here but what happens if I leave you know. There's so many things that we could have done to that together. What if I leave and I regret it and so on? Unsung represent so many things. When you go through the scenarios that are in that my on my Andrea Andrea Things. My unsought thought my on last. Laugh my unloved. You can never. You've heard the saying that you can never What is it didn't never on ring? A bell wants. A bell has been wrong. You can't on it. It's the sound it's the sound wave and even when it leaves your ears. That found wave is traveling throughout the earth waves. Energy never dies only recreated and that scientific so. I thought about all these things that you know what I've seen and it got right. I'M GONNA miss out on this. I'm GonNa miss out on that. And that was the fight that I had with myself. And it's like yeah but you've been here so long and you're still having and you still habitat so if you leave you might be on last on love on live on but you say and just still unwrapped lived unloved on some and so. I just got about all the things that I didn't get a chance to do because I wasn't in a good situation as opposed to and I changed my perspective especially now but I changed my perspective and and it is. It's melancholy but my that people will listen to it and realized that if they're still alive and they still have breath in their body. They have an opportunity to make me laugh laugh. Laugh they have the opportunity to make and unlovable situation level situation. Even if it means leaving that situation and waiting for the right love if you ha- if your life is unlit your you still have grass in your body. There's an opportunity to choose to live. It's a decision and it's a really hard decision but it's a decision and you can make it and so what I love about. It really is what I love about him. I been listening to it the last couple of days and I just kind of close by and I have to honestly say because I wrote this song years ago and it was one of those things that I told myself. I would never release because I felt like I was giving too much of a a look inside of my soul but I had a very very proud moment in recent days not because it came out but because I finally decided that if there's any shame it's not mine to be had fast for the bad situation. I did tolerate it but I also made a decision to make change and so I'm hoping that this will become and the song will become an agent of change for people that can decide that I really do deserve better than what I've just been accepting my head you've been watching the versus the battles on instagram. Thing will be a good match to news. I'll be honest with you. I haven't watched them at through arrested and going against anybody and I'm GonNa tell you why a lot of it because of the way people compared to other people all the time and I felt I made make believe that I couldn't hold a candle to anybody even if I think better than because I've been on me they'll be flyers in me. They can better than me. I can't dance at all. I've got the ill two-step anybody ever seen though because I do have risen from the hood so you can't do nothing now most people rhythms and if they get a good piece got you got test and your radio saying when I did to remix the secret love with the bread right war. I just just improve. That big girls can move when I finish that thing. I told the record company grabbing. Don't ask me to do nothing like this ever again. So it's never too but I understood why I we. We proved to the world. Have big girls can move and now that you know I can move. Let me get back to sing now. They got to keep up with me moving and saying yeah so I I think greatness attainment and I think it's great when you have artists like Erica Jill who can do it just for entertainment. And and and they really not hinge on how people feel about them when they do it. But if it's thing I interested in people going to get my music and and not have to give the concert. I WanNa say to the people. 'cause my concert if I was to describe it per of Fan when they leave my concert they don't have church. They WANNA THEY WANNA be in love they WANNA fight. They WANNA do almost predict by the end of my concert. They don't sell all of these emotions. They WANNA FIGHT THEY WANNA make up they. WanNa be in love. They feel empowered. They want to church like how does that happen in one concert. I when you go there Kelly concert I promised to God. That's what happens and if it's on a Saturday night it's funny. People will leave my concert on a Saturday night live. They'd been searched in a year. We'll find church to go to. They could but I can't help it. I got a preacher that live down. Dhabi preaching about begs. You Ain't got to take. That baby died. Didn't make you think that anything I know that's right. So do you have anything else happening that need to know about before you go okay? So Americans so season to start may twenty seven. I'm making my attorneys Rian Clarkin season two. You will get to see the evolution of ran. I believe this is three years later after her husband gone after the kids are out of the House and she has now decided to get back to lose it. So don't miss that. These two begins on the twenty seven March Sunday. I'm waiting for the filming when I go back to work at this church as Erica as his Jonathan as are the contestants and our amazing crew who works With us behind the scenes I am releasing EP. This year. Ten different for me because I come from the era of we do whole albums with bonus cut and sometimes you get like eighteen on an album. The MODEL has changed since then. So we don't do that anymore but I am glad about. Is that in this era and being able to release music so freely and being where I ended my career. I'm no longer allowing myself to be brought into genre so you will get to. Eps For me this year one that will have more music like what I need. And then the other which will have more music like unsung. So I have an armed EP coming later this year as well as a Gospel Inspirational EP. Both to be released before the end of the year. I am currently writing and producing from a distance literally. I have session five going between LA CHICAGO ATLANTA. I'm swinging parks in Atlanta from music is coming from California some news from Chicago. I've got cliff elite music coming out of Miami. I have some interesting features that are going to be on this project. Trina just keep saying came into power about me about my mom with me. I'm just waiting on us. Tell me what you want me to jump. I got I got John. Connor who was formerly signed the aftermath. I did something on his new project. That just came out last week. He's waiting on me to tell them what I want to jump on. I got I got a wild lay. Who literally like since. I'm waiting on you like you did these joints for me so I'm excited about the music is coming in. I would just say this. Don't be surprised where you hear them. 'cause I'm cool with train on my Guy Album. I feel like we all have the right to praise God and nobody what I walk is privately other than US and And so just. Don't be surprised where you see. Where where they land but The collapse of the interesting the class. I'm going to be interesting and the music is be Kelly. I'm Bob Kelly. After twenty four years of marriage and I have grown children and grandchildren. I'm forty seven years old and I am finally with me. The wigs come off at night. I got platform my hair. I'd me too hot. Take really good care of my kids. I see people saying I can tell. She's lightning her Pinot. What happens is when you eat better when you let go a strategy that you drink plenty of water and you love yourself. Your countenance changes no skin bleach. Here this is this. Is Kelly happy. Kelly evolve Joey adjusted and.
"kelly price" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"Of beef with somebody requires it to be handled that way but leave. I didn't survive the project New York City not being able to handle myself but beyond being another woman to handle a situation like that. I'm too much lady that ever handled something like that. And when you get to a certain status leave this. Believe me when I tell you if you ever hear about me. Put my hands on somebody. It's in defense. I'm not getting ready. Start fighting if I if you ever hear about that and it's the truth is because I was defending myself. I started in the business at eighteen years old and I learned from business people before I worked twenty thirty years. Let you think everything I earned. 'cause you started a fight with me baby trust me. I'll take that lick throw you in jail and keep on I'm smarten and doesn't look like it's not anything 'cause like you said on the show you book you are currently on the TV show American soul and a judge on the best so it really stop anything for you you know did slow down. I had a couple of show. Cancel SOME PROMOTERS TALLY. That was hybrid And I was offended by it because I won't name names but they're artists that terror hotel rooms tear up rooms break windows get into physical altercations at parties and that had never been associated with me ever none of those behaviors ever been associated with me so I did lose work over it. I actually sat in council with Dr Berry Price. Who is the wife of renowned global? Free Church Dr Frederick Casey Price. They went on after at the time I had to. I couldn't involve my pastor. My first lady ended at the time because they were part of the filming again. Even though you didn't see some of the stuff they were acquired of the filming and they had to sign. Nda's and agreements not to speak publicly about entertain them because the the organization the Children's formulation that I worked with the founder of organization. Actually we gave an interview to say that the things that they said about the way that even when I that I had stood up and all that kind of stuff. He gave an interview to say that none of that was true. That what they did was they changed the day. Twenty four hours before it was supposed to be done and I was already scheduled to be someplace else because they changed the date of the children's thing at the last minute they ask them to change the children's program to date when they already knew I was going to be out of town. Yeah it was intentional. And they came to me and they said we love the television opportunity. But you've been working with us for years so if you say you know don't do it will lose the television opportunity and we'll do it when you can be here and I told them to keep the television opportunity because if it was an opportunity to shine a light on what they were doing for the children in the community. I was coming back anyway. Do what was best for the organization and so they did what they did but then they turned around and sent a cease and desist letters to the organization and tells them that they spoke anymore about about and this is a nonprofit mind. You deal with black and Brown children whose parents are either incarcerated or on drugs. This isn't working. They issue a cease and Television. Production Company issued a cease and desist letter and told them that they would pretty much sue them into into nonexistence if they took another interview about and they called me very upset and I said let it go. I can survive the scrutiny. I'll be fine. There's too many kids whose lives are depending on what you do for them. And so I think reality -ality TV has been around long enough that most people with some intelligence understand that what they're looking at is what they're seeing but it doesn't necessarily make it the truth There were all leave. Exactly what they see and those are the people that will keep reality. Tv A billion plus dollar a year industry and that time people. Were you ever do reality television again? Yes but only if I am the executive producer of it because I understand what it takes to make good television. But I believe that if you're going to present conflict you should always present resolve and the issue that I have with a lot of reality. Television is that it lives off of conflict but it never showed resolve and I think they're overwhelmingly black and brown women women of color ones. Who are disproportionately looking unnerved. Undisciplined angry. you know just all of these negative things and we're really we're so bone and was so talented and we're so innovative and so creative that there has to be something else that we can see with us other than that now besides reality. Tv Time we have some friends clothing. Line production tell me about that so after years and years and years of wanting to do it when I first came out as an artist I was two hundred and seventy five pounds when foldable woman came out Within that first year my mother and my mother in law were both diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer. And and already tight schedule. Went to me double and sometimes triple booking myself. Because I was taking care of three household I had a house note New York which was my own. I was taking care of all of my mother's bills within treatment living in Texas at the time and my mother in law had to come up with her job because she had to go into abreast of treatment at the same time they were diagnosed within sixty days of each other and it was all within the first year of that. First Album. Coming Out I I went from two seventy five to three hundred thirty six. I was probably bigger than that. But that's the last time I got on a scale and I cried at that time making enough money to afford to have my clothes. Made fly stopped going in stores so I the last time I bought something off the rack myself it was a size thirty two wide So I don't want I didn't want to have to keep looking at five tags anymore so I started getting everything custom laid and I started designing my clothes from very early on So I'm like there's a lot of women out here that looks like me. I should do a clothing line. I had a couple of a couple of opportunities present itself but they didn't want me to make clothes. I wanted to take the close at least up to thirty two was the size that I knew the last time I was I wearing. I had production lines disagree. The clothes should be that big because they would no longer be beautiful. But you're talking to a woman. Who was that size? So you're basically telling me ugly and you don't think. I deserve close so I walked away from several opportunities including with retail chains. That are out there right now that we spend a lot of money at at Because they didn't feel they want it to create clothes that were too big And when I talked about advertisement I had another very large national chain. Say to me. We won't spend money on advertising to that community. It's a waste of time and a waste of our dollars. Where else are they going to go? There's no place else to go but up. So why would we waste our money ads for women of Color in that community that I walked away from that Neil and I told myself that just like I did with the music because I did talk about the bidding war and ultimately go with problem is who took island black-tie of it was the least amount of money on the table worth the bidding war started. But I went. I knew I would be allowed to be myself and be authentically. Kelly and I've told myself that if it is indeed the thing for me that God has continue to do my part but I will not I will not be told your your your clothes need to go down to a size six and you can't make Co side that aside larger than the twenty four. That's insane to me because I've been larger than aside. Twenty four for a good part of my life and that's insulting and there are women over five point four that deserve to have beautiful clothes to represent who they are? And the commune after losing to go. I decided to again that on Kelly and what I did was. I took a bunch of money that saved over the last couple of years. Thank God for two television shows being a season regular on. I would saving money for this particular venture and I connected with Young Lady in Los Angeles owned will take a brilliant black. You should speak to. Her name is Maxi Jane and she owned Luke she on Melrose as a young black woman in twenty and decided to give up per brick and mortar because everything moving in the direction of Internet to spend that kind of money to be on a melrose location. She could still provide her clothes but to a generation. That's doing most of their shopping online. Anyway so met with Maxie talk a little bit about it. Maxi with a fan. She told me a story of having me many years before where I was gracious enough when I was on vacation in Las Vegas to stop and make a birthday video for her. I didn't even remember it but she said I did that for her so when she heard I wanted to meet with her she was like. Yeah Maxi now is a part owner in a manufacturing company in Turkey. We're we're closed are created so maxie last year and discussed what my vision was with her and she said. I would love to help you make this happen literally. All of my samples and patterns were in production when the country got. Shut down on right so my plan was to introduce the line this year And everything is sitting in the factory in Turkey right now so but I had I on my patterns were done. I have finished with my design. I was picking to the point of picking different fabrics that I wanted my jeans dresses jackets and all of these things could be made in and the entire country got got shut down so I said okay. I'm not God. He knows what he's doing. He knows what happened. And even when we don't but it is it's in the works and as soon as we are able to freely Not just communicate because we talk all the time but have you know the packaging and stuff moved back and forth and there's some stuff that's sitting in customs at sitting there for weeks. You know months now so once you know we can kind of figure out how to get things back to normal. I'm going to proceed with presenting this line. And the name of the line is enter diva and then again Because I want every woman should come in touch with her energy and and I- nicknamed it. Id because a lot of Italian identity crisis because we're so busy trying to look at the things that we're seeing online and then these pictures and everything that we're looking at. It's filtered in Photoshop. So it's not an re I want to get in touch with their with their true ide- in touch with your true. Inner deavere getting trucked in touch with your true self know your ID and let that shine through. So whether she's a business woman whether she's the author new whether it's date night with her bloom whether a night as ladies night out you put it on your short type this little getting threats. Whatever that looks like every woman does deserve to be in touch. With that sign of some superstars. We're only halted now because the world is on pause and slowly trying to figure out how we get back to that point but once we get back to some form of a regular whatever and it's face because I was looking forward to like fishing video faster re-cook again fashion and all of this stuff. We just trying to figure out how to get back to work. So we can't worry gnashing and all of this kind of stuff that's the last thing. I felt everybody coming to see a concert. It's probably something that will happen before next year because they can't even figure out how to get people in the grocery store without somebody gets sick so you know I. It is but I am happy that I'm at a point where I'm comfortable and the children are grown and I have the opportunity to say I don't have to worry about paying for college. I don't have to worry about this. I took my money. I paid it and I decided to do it myself. I'm going to have an online presence if I if I I would love for macy's to pick it up or for some other major chain to pick it up but if not I will have an online presence. Can these amazing close will be available to anyone who wants to wear now? Is this the first time he spoke about this clothing publicly? Did I think this is an exclusive you just got to? I don't know but giving you the name and everything like this is this. Is You just got to school? I I I'm demographic. Weight close is based on some of the stuff that women have seen me that is designed for myself so when they would ask the question. Where do I get that? I couldn't tell you where to get it because there was no place to get it. I would sit with the by and and we city drawn out with a horrible drawer. I'm literally figure girl but we did. We get a drawn out and I would get it made and I would wear it man. He's well let's talk about your new single 'cause we're talking and talking we get which one the Goppel single. Rv single well. Let's talk.
"kelly price" Discussed on Career Relaunch
"There is an incubator for startups in, when I put my job and had some free time. I reconnected with some people in one of my friends is actually at a startup in incubator, and he said, hey, could you come? Help me with my pitch. I'm pitching investors, and so, so I took some time out, and I went and I helped him with his presentation trying to figure out what his story is the best way to tell it in two minutes that he had on on. He seemed to find my feedback really helpful, and it's something I quite enjoy, because in my line of work in business development, I've done a lot of itching in my day. And then when I was in entrepreneurial classes that LBS I did that all the time. And so when I helped him I thought to myself, gosh, this is a really great use of my skill set. And it's something I really enjoy. And I really care about. And so I started kind of reaching out to other little cleantech startups. Because that's the space. I'm really interested in the offer pitching advice in just kind of general consulting. Services right now, just to see what kind of demand, there might be for this. And to see what kind of value I could add and I've been really surprised the reception so far. So that's something that I'm just kind of looking into on the side as I also look at other opportunities. Very cool. What's, it's really great to hear you already jumping on onto that idea so quickly. And if people want to learn more about you, or your clean tech consulting service where could they go? So the website is WWW dot sundry ventures. That's s u n d r y the Mt, you are ES dot code UK. All right. Well, we will be sure to include a link to sundry ventures in the show notes Kelly, and just wanted to say, I really appreciate you providing all of us with a good reminder that transitions can actually be very fruitful and provide a real opportunity to explore a wide range of ideas. So thanks so much for telling us more about the importance of stepping away from a role. That's not right for you. That, that can really. Open up other opportunities for your life, and how you're making the most of your transition. So best of luck with that you're clean tech consulting work, and I'm looking forward to hearing where you ultimately end up landing, wonderful. Thanks so much justify. I really appreciate it..
"kelly price" Discussed on Career Relaunch
"I did was an order to allow myself to be able to stay I decided to apply to business school. And I did the executive program at London business school for two years. So I wouldn't feel like I was living groundhog day. So I felt like I was moving forward in my life learning, again, as opposed to doing the same old job day in day out that I was already so bored by and the purpose the extensible purpose that I told myself or doing this NBA was to be able to transition to cleantech the finally do something that I really was passionate about. And while I was doing the MBA I took every entrepreneurial course, I could get my hands on and really tried to pursue some cleantech ideas that I had thinking, maybe when I get out of business school. I'll start my own venture. Maybe I'll find something during business school seems to have legs like Brazil after graduation in that will be my transition. Unfortunately, two things happened. The first is I didn't find such a project per se during my time there. And the second is that after working full-time in a demanding job and studying fulltime, because even though they call it like an executive or part time MBA. You're really is pretty much fulltime study with a fulltime job. I was pretty burnt out. And so what I decided to do was to leave that job upon graduation, which I always planned to do, but rather than jump into a brand new job in a brand new field when I was feeling pretty tired. I decided to go traveling. Thing and to use that time to recharge and hopefully to figure out what it was. I wanted to do next. And so I took a belated gouge year and traveled for about nine months and enjoyed myself immensely, but. Figure out what it was. I wanted to do next. I know you're now in a transition right now and you decided to leave your most recent job to move onto something else. How did it feel to move on from your job without having another one lined up? I mean, I'll be honest. It's scary. And at the same time, it's very exciting for the same reason adrenaline. You know when I got back from my travels, I had lined up a job in my old career in a pharmaceutical consulting because it was easy. And once again, it was another carrot that was dangled in front of me and my goodness, the conditions were perfect. It was a ten minute walk from my house was with a great company. It was with one of the best teams I've ever worked with. So conditions were ideal. It was a dream job if that were really the career that I still wanted and I'll be honest with you in a pretty much from day one, I was absolutely miserable. And that was a big warning sign that, you know, it was completely the wrong thing for me to do. What was miserable about it? Just I have no motivation. I didn't believe in what I was doing. I in fact, no, I despised what I was doing, Yeah. So every day felt like such a struggle to get into the office when it was only a ten minute walk away. Was it the nature of the work that you're doing, or was it the service or the product that you were trying to market, or both all of the above it was just I didn't believe in the work that I was doing, and so much of felt so meaningless, you know, working to come up with the best ad for a drug, that might neither go to market or a drug that you knew wasn't that great to begin with or trying to figure out a clever way to trick doctors into using this drug. That wasn't that great. You know that sort of work when I'm looking at the big picture and going. Wow. The planets on fire. Somebody ought to do something about that. It's interesting because when I was in China, I saw what we were doing and I thought to myself. Well, this isn't good. But I'm sure the adults will sort everything out. You know will enact some kind of legislation some as consort this. And now at the ripe old age of forty two I realize, hey, wait, just second. I'm one of those adults that I was always waiting on to do something. So if I'm not gonna do anything, who is really what do you think has been the hardest part of this transition for, you know, you've moved on from something that you didn't like doing? And yet, I know that having done this myself because I've left a job without having another one lined up. I know it can also be a little bit anxiety generating. What's been tougher you about the transition, the tough thing is just not knowing which direction, I'm going to go in. I've got a few leads. I've got a lot of things I'm interested in, but when you're mid career, and you're trying to parlay your experience in a completely different field. A new direction it can be difficult to get by. And from people, and I think a lot of the time companies are eager to take on younger workers, who. There feel like they can train up for the very beginning. And if you're coming from different background, you really have to do a lot of convincing to get people to understand that actually I mean, from different off ground can be a strength because you have a different perspective outside perspective that cannot Alana value, but not everybody at least initially views way, I was watching your Ted talk Kelly, entitled cancer, you could be the cure where you're talking about helping to cure patients with blood cancer through stem cell therapy, which I thought you delivered really well. And I'm wondering how you go from talking so passionately about that to having this other an additional interesting cleantech. And the reason why ask is because I know that sometimes people who are listening to this show struggle with either a letting go of what they've invested their energies into date. And also be walking away from something that maybe to outsiders. Seems on the surface to feel noble. But just isn't really where you wanna be devoting your energies any longer. It's funny you mentioned that because I've talked to a lot of friends, you know, about me wanting to transition and trying to see if I could leverage any connections and align people go, oh, all healthcare, you could do this, or that, and healthcare. And I'm like, no. And it almost makes a lot of convincing to convince them that I could be good and something beyond healthcare. Which is pretty funny, but I think, at the end of the day you kind of hit on it. What matters is passion. And thank you for mentioning the tedtalk because saving lives through something as simple as some stem, cell donation is something on absolutely passionate about because it's so easy, and it has such a profound impact. It can save somebody's life, so that's so easy for me to talk about, but I'm also equally passionate about saving the planet. So that's the connection there is that desire for me to help make things better. I didn't feel about passion in marketing, an overpriced under delivered cancer drug that, that's really interesting. I think it's a good reminder that you can absolutely have multiple interest and multiple areas where you wanna be devoting, your energy ended up. It can manifest in many different ways before we talk about some of the lessons, you've learned you mentioned London business school. A second ago and how you did your MBA there. And I was wondering if you could talk for a second about the LBS reunion. Because that's where you and I, I cross paths when I was giving a keynote talk there about career change. And I've always found reunions to be fascinating from the standpoint of what I've found to be inevitable comparison and judgement that comes up. So I was wondering if you could just give a glimpse into what it was like to go back to a reunion like this, during a transition like the one you're in right now. And I'm assuming people are asking what you're up to in your hearing about what other people are up to, including from people who are maybe doing quite well in their careers. What was that like for you? I'll be honest. I had just left my job like a few days before the reunion. So it was still quite a transition period for me. I was still adjusting to the fact of not having a job and not having one lined up. I found just networking with people. I didn't even know. There's oh, what do you do? And of the union my head. Nothing at the moment. I do. I answer this. I can tell you what I'd like to be doing. But yeah, I even went to a networking events and people asked me what do you do? And I felt so embarrassed to have to say nothing or I don't know that I just kind of came up with something on the spot as I said. Oh, well, I advise cleantech companies on their pitches to invest. I literally made it up on the spot. And now I'm actually kind of pursuing it as a business as, as offering view. Necessity is the mother of invention. Well, the last thing I want to talk about Kelley before we wrap up, our some of the lessons you've learned along the way of your career journey. Is there something that you've learned about yourself during this transition? I know you're in the midst of it right now, but just wondering if you've had a chance to think about what you've learned about yourself through this process. I do my life have kind of followed. My interests having no idea how in the world they might connect looking back now as I'm making this transition. I can see in hindsight, a number of things that I pursued along the way. Just kind of on the side, sort of out of interests, that now are coming together, for example, when I was at LBS I pursued all of these entrepreneurs classes, and now that I'm looking to make this transition. I have this network that I can kind of plug back into and say, hey, no. I'm looking in this area is there anybody you can put me in touch with and the last two to three weeks. I have been doing nothing but informational interviews just meeting with people in getting ideas. And in other people and things like that, and if I hadn't done that at all be us, I wouldn't have had a network to even go back to, to make this transition. Another thing is while I was in my last role in a back in medical consulting. I actually took a day off work and went to a bio gas conference in Birmingham, just out of interest, because one of my cleantech ideas was, what if we took all the food waste in London, and biogas, did turn it until electric city? Maybe I can start a company doing that. So I literally went to Birmingham, Verde just ten this conference just kind of float that idea and see how feasible it might be. No. I'm actually interviewing with an NGO that works in the bio gas space that puts on that conference randomly like that just kind of came on my radar, and I had no idea that there was a connection, but there was and longtime ago out of curiosity. I had checked out from a library a book, a waste by Tristram, Stuart and reading and learned about how much food we waste in a grocery stores, basically in our homes, and this is not in the industry, and now I'm interviewing with a company that works on getting rid of food, waste at point of production, though, there's a whole bunch of little things that I did along the way that I'm now seeing results whereas, I never viewed it with an old cheerier motive. I just did it out of interest before what about something that you wished you had known that you now know? About what's most important to you in your career. I think my last role just showed me money isn't what makes me happy. Meaning is what makes me happy and I wish that I could have had more confidence in myself to transition earlier. I wish I could have had more creativity, you know, in thinking of things that I could have done beyond what I was doing at that time. But I think. It's companies themselves. Corporate world puts people a little bit in boxes in almost makes you think this is about all you can do. And it's really sad. Because I think we actually have a huge amount of potential that we just have no idea where sitting on, and we just kind of look within the confines of our little job. And think, well, this is about all I can do, and I wish so badly that I could have known that before, and I think it's only in stepping away and, you know, being in this very uncertain space that I'm finally able to see that now but in hindsight, is twenty twenty and finally do you have anything you hope someone who's listening to this? We'll take away from this conversation, especially if they're feeling misplaced in their jobs, but don't know exactly what they wanna do instead and just not sure what to do about their situation. What I really hope people take away is the importance of pursuing those seemingly random outside interest. Just because I think that those are the things that really lead us down the past being who were meant to be. And so often we try to put ourselves in these confines of what success means in whether it really means is we end up being just like everybody else where the competition is your SIS. And it's when we really pursue those interests that are uniquely ours that we can become who were meant to be an ad that unique value that we have if the world and the world's really missing out when we don't do that. Will that is a really great reminder, Kelly for us all to not be afraid to explore and just dip your tone into another interest. You may have even if you don't know where that may lead, you and speaking of additional interest, I wanna wrap up with what you're doing right now. You alluded to the interest, you developed for cleantech during your time working in a different industry. Can you tell me a little bit more about your cleantech consulting service at London business school?.
"kelly price" Discussed on Career Relaunch
"World of sustainability after eighteen years consulting for the pharmaceutical industry through medical marketing research Kelly, realized she would have major regrets, if she spent her entire career in the corporate world. So she recently took a leap of faith, and quit her job without another one, lined up associated dedicate. Herself more fully to shifting into the world of cleantech and sustainability someone with extensive experience pitching for business to clients. She would now like to use her skills to help clean tech and sustainability startups deliver more coherent persuasive pitches to secure more investment. Now, I was really happy that Kelly agreed to be on the show because I think that too often you only get to hear about someone's career change journey after they've got it all figured out. But the reality is that most people who have gone through a major career change. I have had navigate some seriously confusing times when there aren't really any clear answers about where to take your career, which is where I suspect you may be in your own career. If you're listening to this show, so I think it's important to hear from people who are right in the middle of navigating. Their transition and still figuring things out. You can get all the show notes from today's episode and checkout Kelly's Tech's talk on stem cell donation at career relaunch dot net slash sixty. Kelly spoke with me from London. Okay. Good morning, Kelly and welcome to career. Relaunch, it's great to have you on the show. Thanks for having me. Okay. Well, I am hoping to talk with you about a few different things today, including your time in the corporate world, why you chose to move on from your most recent role and definitely about your leap of faith to leave one job behind without having another one, lined up just yet. But I was wondering if you could start by telling us, what you're focused on right now in this moment in your career Andrew, life and this most I'm trying to figure out what my next step is. But I'd say I have one guiding northstar to that. And that is, I want to do something else, the planet something in sustainability or cleantech, just because I'm one of those crazy people that thinks that climate change is the biggest problem facing our planet right now. And if I look back on my life, and I know that I wasn't part of the solution in fact is part of the. I know I won't be satisfied. Well, I really wanna thank you in advance for coming on the show Kelly because I know you mentioned you don't have things exactly figured out. And I actually think that's really nice because I think it can sometimes feel like everyone else out there has their career figure it out. But in reality for many people, especially those listening to this show, the process of navigating. A transition is really confusing and there are no clear answers. So I'm really looking forward to hearing you give a glimpse into the realities of a transition. I was wondering if you could start off by just explaining what you were doing before this moment, I know you had spent many years being involved in the world of oncology drugs, whereas, I understand that your job was basically, to help bring cancer drugs to market, could you tell us exactly what you did during your time working in the pharmaceutical industry, and then we can move forward from there. I kind of fell into my career in the pharmaceutical industry when I was in college. I really didn't know what. I wanted to do and I graduated probably like lots of people, but I knew what I was interested in, and that was biology and languages. And there wasn't a row clear connection between the two I was studying Japanese and trainees and human biology. And people ask me you wanna be a doctor in Asia economy, like now, I'm just interested in off. And when I graduated, which was thousand one the bubble in Silicon Valley was bursting and getting a job in that area was not going to be the easiest thing in the world, though. I thought, well, I do Apennines. So maybe I could get a job in Tokyo. I was lucky enough to go to a career fair for Japanese Eggers found a job in Tokyo in consulting. I think when kids are graduating from college, they want to be quote unquote successful. And in my day, the way to be successful was to go into I banking or be a doctor or lawyer. Or consulting, and people really didn't think too much outside of the box at that point startups where it really thing back then. And so in my desire to be accessible, I thought consulting would be a good way forward and I got a consulting job in Tokyo. But I quickly found that I wasn't able to really use my biology background in that job. Even though I thought I might be able to. So I found a job in medical market research, in quickly after into gear that allowed me use my Japanese skills in market research, and also learn about medicine through my job rather than, for example, paying to go to med school to learn about medicine. So that was a really good fit for me that I kind of just stumbled into by following my interests. How did that experience compared to what you thought consulting would be like for you? Can you remember back that far in my mind and my naive little new? Graduate mind consulting was this very. Glamorous career where he wore a nice suit, and you went to the client sites, new gave very erudite answers to business problems. And when I finally got on the ground, I found myself, basically being a body kind of hired out on a project whose interesting. I remember one meeting that I want to in Osaka. So I was in a PriceWaterhouseCoopers consulting in Japan. So all my colleagues were Japanese clients for Japanese I was staffed in the service in energy sectors. Basically, big oil, big gas, electricity companies on pretty far about time for my interest as you could get and all the same, you know, I was eager until I wanted to make an impact, and I went to this meeting, one of my first meetings, client on our member. I had the audacity ask a question at the meeting, I was never staffed on a project again. Oh, well. So it was about as d motivating as you could possibly get for somebody who feels like they've just got a really great education in their fresh out of college, and they really want to put that to good use. It was not experienced that told me that I had to get out of consulting very quickly. So I went to medical market research, which is kind of like an extension of consulting, but in my mind based, a lot more on data. Whereas honestly, I'll tell you true story for the same project. One of my superiors near we've been asked of business question by the client. We went to a book or and found. Only started pulling graphs out of the book to answer the questions on. We knew. You're getting paid for that. So, yeah, so funny, I we didn't talk about this before Kelly, but I actually started off my career in the business world at a health policy consulting firm in Washington DC, and I remember yell like one of my first rolls when we went to client meetings was to just take notes. That was literally my role was to take notes. And yet, when we did need to speak up and say, something, it was stuff that I had literally just looked up like the day before. So I found it if out to be really, really strange dichotomy between coming in supposedly being an expert, but also not really knowing much about the thing that you're talking about. So you get really good at talking about things at Dorte. Really that really have no clue about. So, yeah, that's interesting. So you spend the next chapter of your career, I know you spent several years, many years, working in healthcare, and oncology, from that point on, at what point did you start to think that you? You wanted to do something else. When did that begin for you? It was gradual the beginning of it. I think was actually when I moved to China, and I saw how much damage our modern economy was really doing to the environment. Living in Shanghai. I remember I would wake up in the morning and open the curtains in my high rise apartment and wonder how far I would be able to see down the street. I lived in China for about four years, and I began to be able to count on my fingers the number of what we call blue sky days in a year. They were very yeah. Yeah, you just came to take it for granted. That day would be gray and quote unquote, overcast. But it wasn't really clouds. It was actually smog. And that's when I started becoming very concerned about what we were doing to the planet, it, of course, in China specifically because that's where I was. But also just in. In general, knowing that. Really, that's what we were doing to the planet of all over. And what happened in China? Didn't exactly stay in China. Wind travels at all over the place. One of the things you said in your bio Kelly was that you would have major aggressive you spent your whole career in the corporate world. And I hear you saying that there is this environmental concern that you had about the planet was there. Also something about being in the corporate world that you felt was contributing to this. I'm reading between the lines a little bit. And I don't want to put words into your mouth, but was there an aspect of what you were doing that? You felt was not exactly helping the cause. Yeah, thanks for asking. I think that there are two things obviously the I was just seeing what businesses usual was doing to the planet, then in terms of me being a part of that business as usual in the pharmaceutical industry. And honestly, I don't feel like it was even that bad. When I first started, but. Over the course of my career, I saw the company's getting greedier greedier and I saw in cancer drugs, that were truly innovative, and truly helped patients the prices, be jacked up a hundred fold in the course of my career that technology wasn't new is just that the companies realized that they could charge more for it, and I found this more and more unconscionable owned I didn't like that. I was a part of helping develop these drugs that offered small incremental benefit at huge prices that would at least make Americans probably have to remortgage their house to be able to pay for it. I just didn't believe that was right. Can you remember how long of a time period? There was between when you started to feel this way. And when you decided to leave like how long of a period, was that I wish I could tell you it was instantaneous, but. There was a long lag and this is something something. I'm not proud of something I look back on with a sense of regret. But also a sense of, you know, I don't know how I could have done anything differently knowing what I knew then if you understand what I mean, looking back, I can be like, oh, I should have done this or not. But when I was in it, I really did feel quite stuck, I finally got to the point where I was really sure that I wanted to make a change about four to five years ago. So we're talking about years than when you were feeling this way. Why didn't you we've sooner and I'm asking you this because I've been in a similar position where I wasn't really feeling it with my job. And I didn't feel proud of what I was doing. But I still hung onto it for longer than I expected. God, I hate to answer this question. But the honest answer is two things beer and money. Most of the things I was afraid to leave. I was afraid to get off at work treadmill. Even have people say Holly know if you take some time out there's a gap in your CV that looks terrible. Oh, no. I want to be successful. You know, I'm an overachiever a gap in my saving on. No. There is that there is a lack of creativity on my part lack of maybe belief in myself, but, you know there was much else that I could do. And there was also an justify. No, you're a knife, talked about this bet. You know, the proverbial golden handcuffs every time I thought about making a change I actually did try to twice ahead. Another carrot thing will in front of me with a better title and a higher salary. And you think to yourself moat. I mean, I'd be silly to not take that and give it a try. See how it goes you surely can't be that bad. Get a bit more money. It does the other thing I remember at one point, I was like, I set this target, and it's all right when I have this much money in my Bank accounts. I will take a break go traveling and figure everything out and that amount came and went and Bennett was a new number was like oh, you know how? Did I ever think that that would be enough money for me to devote my job and let go, you know, so the goalpost always moved every time there's always a carrot dangling in the distance? It seems. And even when you reach that carrot, and there's another one that tangles in the distance. So, yeah, that's, that's interesting. What ultimately was the tipping point for you? So just to take a step back..
"kelly price" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"But on this day today with the Yankees set to open up their season in the Bronx against the Baltimore Orioles. And our Mets Bernie in Washington for the nationals big before we talk about the highway men which were really excited about y'all. Most have to talk to the great actor Kevin Costner about baseball. Kevin costner. Good morning Powell. Good morning. It's great to have you on the show. And listen before we get to this exciting. No move your net Blake's everybody talks about field of dreams deservedly. So and bull Durham, I gotta tell you the movie that tugged at my heart. Kevin was for the love of the game to see the the aging pitcher jonky stadium for the Tigers. Throwing the no hitter the perfect game your relationship in the movie with Kelly price. Then I really thought that was a great great movie. That's one of my favorite movies playing Billy Chapolin playing. A Yankee Stadium. I mean, I got the perfect the perfect game. In the cathedral, the greatest cathedral, you know, Yankee Stadium. And so I have a memory that. I will never forget pitching there. You know, or about fifteen sixteen seventeen days not stadium. So this movie Kevin Costner the highway man it just came out. It's coming out on Friday on Netflix. Very exciting all about the the men who actually captured Bonnie and CLYDE now the script has been around for a while. In fact, it almost started Robert Redford and Paul Newman. Now, it's got you and and Harrelson, but when did you become aware of this picture? Well, they offer to me about ten years ago. And I just I just didn't feel like it was right for me. And I liked it. And so it circle back, and I began to look at it this time, and I felt that I could probably do it. Well, listen, John Lee Hancock is a great director. We know that he did the blindside and other great sports movie. So, you know, you're in you're in great hands to begin with and the twosome Kevin of you and Woody Harrelson another great actor. It's a little blast work with that guy. Yeah. We had. We had a good time. Johnny wrote another scripted that. I get called perfect world. Yes. Have have really kind of knew each other. And we thought that we would do this again at something. And the fact that he directed me that felt really good. But yeah, what he was. We got some big story. Some big laughs that never made it onto the screen probably story that never will. Okay. It was a good, you know, but we were able to go back in in American history. And kinda set a few things straight and one for sure was Frank Hamer. Who was depicted in? Fifty seven movie as a kind of a cloud. It turns out they made him a combination of three characters. And in fact, it wasn't him at all. That was in that backseat. Turns out is maybe maybe the greatest Texas ranger of all, and we really destroy his reputation, and this movie reinstated. In widow who was in shootouts with them, basically after seeing the movie and sixty seven walked out with called the lawyer said we're gonna go through Warner Brothers half. No kidding. It for defaming. She said you have no idea who my husband has. So much courage was one of the most legendary Texas rendered, how dare you? And and she they don't they understood what they and. And so I mean, that's kind of nice when you're woman does that. And she she was no wonderful. And they did. And she, you know. So it wasn't just the other people that were murdered by budding quite this man's reputation was kinda murdered and his family after sixty years pretty grateful to see the bell. So you didn't. I mean, this guy Hamer was not he never was kidnapped by bunny. Never happened. No, he didn't make them. Philly killed when they brought him out of retirement, Bonnie, CLYDE would have been captured probably in the first hour or two given our technology today. But listen when we think about a dirt roads, no radios, nothing they were able to run free for about four years, and they could catch him. And they barley went to this original manhunter. I mean, he feel more people bonding quite ever did brought him out of retirement. He picks one of his longtime blabs Manny goal, both Texas Rangers and. As they run them down and kill him. Wow. We started the conversation. Talking about baseball. You keep saying Texas Rangers expect you to say, which he's this can Juan Gonzalez here. Kevin. But obviously. It's the Tim May come across. You cannot hide your baseball guy. No. People who believe right, right. You just can't do it. Well, listen, I will tell you. I'll tell you a great story. Okay. That's for you guys and everybody I had a real bummer where I wasn't sure love of the game was going to happen. All right. And what why is because they had to get me on the phone with Steinbrenner Steinbrenner wasn't going to let it happen. And and I said, you know, I I I get so I don't know you're not thinking data make this phone call. I don't work. So I get on with Mr. Steinbrenner. And I said I said, George, Kevin listen, I loved her movies. I love the building drains. I love girl. I love coming here. But we had to this movie because the Yankees the Yankees lose. Larry's that's funny. What it goes the Yankees loose? And I'm sitting here, and I'm thinking, oh my God. I gotta evaporate. Could. Picking thinking I'm thinking of George I said, what are you talking about? Well, the Yankees Luis I read it, I go, George. They don't they they moved that game. But they've already won the pennant. Georgia meaningless game. There's only two days left. You guys are.
"kelly price" Discussed on WBAI
"Welcome back. You're listening to how to make it in the city on WPA. I in New York City ninety nine point five FM. You just heard the song healing for my soul by Kelly price. We are continuing our discussion with licensed, clinical, social worker and holistic, therapists, Phoenix, love Phoenix love. Welcome back. Thank you for having me again. So we are entering a new year and many people are hoping for change they desire change with respect to their health. They desire abundance with respect to their finances. They want change with respect to their love lives. They wanna find a amazing wonderful loving passionate relationship. They're hoping for better, mental peace and clarity. And so many people are engaging in ritual surrounding that they may be writing out the resolutions, they may be doing vision boards. What do you? Leave from your experience and expertise that people should be doing now to focus on their better year. What are the exercises? What are the rituals facilitate that positive change? Well, I believe first of all we have to have clarity. We we're talking about the new year. We want to have a clear vision of what we want out new year and going forward and beyond to look like so a lot of that has to do with our mental ability to be able to create whatever it is that we want I in our mind because everything starts with the thought first before we can manifest anything in the physical realm. It has to show up in our mind, it has to show up, you know, in in our thought process in how we see things. So what I always recommend to clients. And when I'm doing workshops, and everything is making sure that you're in meditation, making sure that you're in prayer. And again, this has nothing to do with religion. This has to do with that connection to the divine that time alone. Solitude and practicing solitude and being able to really make sure that one you're in a space an emotional space mental space that you don't have anything that is like a hindrance or an obstacle. Meaning that if you are in a relationship that's not positive for healthy that may be a blockage or or if you are in a working environment or weaving home environment that there's some things that are not settled then you need to really look at that as well. And clearing that up. You don't want anything blocking you, Hugh and blocking your vision your ability to see and be clear. So the first thing I would say is besides meditation is look at your spear of influence who do you have around? You are they positive people are they negative people. Are they speak in life into your life words that are firming, and are they supportive are? They someone that you. You feel disdain or you feel not well when you leave them what kind of energy is being manifested in your relationships. And then your environments really looking at your surroundings. You know, where you're working or your home environment or organizations or your places of worship are these places. Edifying are they in line with what you wanna see manifest in your life? So it was really looking at your spirit of influence is really looking at your clarity. And what what is it that you really want and being able to know what that is. And if you don't know get some support get some help get some guidance get some coaching because sometimes we have been in a place and what I call it like a cycle. And maybe we have some negative thinking that we need to get rid of or limiting beliefs that we need to get rid of that are blocking our view. So you want to remove those things so meditation prayer, really, I wanna say vetting your relationships really checking out. Your surroundings and clutter decluttering really getting rid of physical clutter as well as emotional and mental clutter. Wow. Well, that's that's that's quite a few things. We gotta do people. So we gotta get on. So you mentioned limiting beliefs. What are limiting beliefs? Limiting beliefs. It's really a collection. Oh, I want to say a buildup of thoughts or negative thinking just like it says that are limiting or blocking you from being able to see your best or your I want to say your highest level of potential and a lot of it comes from your childhood or lot of it may come from negative relationships that you may have people that may have spoken negative things into your life or hurtful things or painful things that you went through and some of it is just how we were brought up in our families. And for example, it can be how you view money your relationship with money, and that may have come from how you were raised because maybe there was lack. So you may have this whole mindset of scarcity, and I don't have enough. So you everything you do eights from that perspective or it's kind of looking through that lens. So limiting beliefs are very powerful because. They become a part of our self identity. But the great thing is is not true orthodontic identity is not who we truly are. And you have an opportunity to turn that around. But again, it's first acknowledging identifying that I have this limiting belief in being able to remove it. And a lot of the thoughts that come out of limiting beliefs. Unfortunately, a call ants automatic negative thoughts. And this is something I did a webinar on us and the whole teaching on this about stopping your inner critic because automatic negative thoughts, for example, is like catastrophic thinking once one thing happens, it's almost like the chicken little syndrome where you start thinking the whole world is falling apart because it is one little thing. And it goes it's like a pattern or a domino effect of negative thinking on labelling or blaming these are all ants or automatic negative doors, and they come out of limiting beliefs. So if you really believe negative things about yourself from a core belief, then is going to. Spill out in every aspect of your life. So really stopping that. Inner critic is a big part of resetting your mindset into something that's more positive. So you are able to have a clear vision and move forward. Wonderful. You give us some examples of maybe let's say three or four calming limiting beliefs and how they you've seen those limiting beliefs impact your clients lies. And then the third step. So I'm asking a lot of you here is how the limiting belief was cleared, and what results I'm going to repeat that because it was a lot one limiting belief to what its impact was and three what clearing it could could cause in terms of impact. So give me some examples. So for example, you gave a limiting belief of city is not enough money in the world for people like, I don't know women people like such and such someone believing that there's not enough money. That's a limiting belief. What impact could that have on someone's life, and then three how would the person engage in a clear? So. The limiting belief about not having enough because that's the large one then just the money piece because that spills over into a lot of areas of our life is not just with the money. But for example, and I have a few of my clients that have come to me with that what happens with that is that they go through life thinking that they're not enough. So they are not able to attain wealth or they are not able to attain the right spouse, or the, you know, right friendships or anything because they're looking at themselves in a negative light. And from a negative perspective. So they feel their ninety now. So they're not able to any operating and so sometimes in a low level job within not making enough money. And they want to be able to get a promotion or they want to go to a next job, but they're not able to. So the work that I do with that one of the things I do many different modalities is to do emotional freedom technique the tapping. Because we tap through the beautiful thing about EFT is that you start with that negative statement that negative limiting belief, which is I am not enough or I don't have enough and we tap through that. And you're saying a number of statements of where you are right now. Because remember that's not true true self identity. That's just where you are right now. And then we tap through that we do that for two rounds on the second round, we're doing affirming beliefs. So the I am statements IM enough. You know, I am someone that can earn more money. So we start to use these affirming statements along with the tapping moving their energy on the different energy meridians and is shifting out that negative still stagnant energy, and it's replacing it with these affirming statements that's gonna build up. Of course, a Kim and some people call a cheap, which is that positive life energy force. And with that, we do breathing techniques. Wchs. I use a Roma therapy. And then you start to see a shift, and I've seen this with a number of my clients would they were actually able to make the plans and see the vision, clearer. So they can actually make something happen. Take action getting a new job getting the promotion. So you're able to see the result results pretty quickly because they were able to shift out that stagnant energy. Most of the time when we are struggling with these limited believes, that's what it is. And it sits sometime in certain parts of our bodies and show up as physical illness as well. So limiting beliefs. Like, I said it is not who we truly are. And we have to one we have to recognize that's the case and be willing to do something about it. So I hope that that's a phenomenal. No, you answer that question absolutely beautifully. That was a perfect perfect example. The I am not enough limiting belief. So I am not enough. Therefore, I can't make enough and people actually have this as. Automatic negative thoughts that come into their mind. Yeah. From day to day basis and their various modalities to get rid of that. Absolutely wonderful. Okay. Now, tell tell us more I'm trying to think of some other limiting beliefs that people may not made what about limiting beliefs surrounding relationships and minute for men and women have you seen any of that? I'll be and again, I think it. Yes. Of course, I've seen it. But I think it goes back to the limiting belief of not seeing themselves in a positive light. And what happens with relationships where you feel that way about yourself? Then you attract certain types of people you can attract narcissists, for example, someone that has a limiting belief of. I'm not good enough or they've been rejected. They have a feeling of rejecting choice automatic negative thoughts of blaming themselves for things or shrinking themselves or people pleasing. So you attract those people that are going to use you you can attract those people that are going to treat you badly. You going to attract people that are called like energy vampires that may just come along because they know that you have a good heart, and you feel a certain way about yourself. So you're going to always try to overcompensate, and what that friendship because you don't want to be rejected. So again that liberty believe is is screaming within side of you and certain kinds of people. They can see it. So you draw those people to you, unfortunately. And a lot of times people don't wanna hear that. And I work with my clients sometimes they get upset about it. But then they go back, and they recognized. Why I didn't even know? That's what I would doing. Why was I dating the same type of guy or or lady over and over again, they would just showing up in a different body. They were the same person over and over again because you were tracking that type of energy to you. Because of how you felt inside because of that limitation believe so it's very powerful when it comes to relationships. That's why a lot of the work that I do. And this is why talk about the sole work in Seoul healing plan with my clients. It is because they need to get rid of a lot of these limiting beliefs, and sometimes we have multiple because again our life is what it is. We we're all product of who we you know, how we were born where we were brought up what kind of information where we give in early life. So a lot of that is conditioning that have come from, you know, early on in our lives, and we have to do a reprogramming to that's part of. Wow. No. That is absolutely wonderful, wonderful information. Besides affirmations. What else what other work can listeners start doing right now in order to get rid of those limiting beliefs. If they are don't somehow at this moment have access to practitioners such as you. Well, again, I think a lot of it is just clear. During your space because clutter anytime we have clutter in our lives. It's it's symbolic or represents our mental state as well. So I I think one of the main things is making sure your physical space is nice and clear, and I always say any type of spirituality practices that you can do whether it's going to a place of worship, whether it's meditating whether breathing aromatherapy is great essential oils is great and your diet. That's a big one one of the things I always work with my clients is I look at their diet. What are you eating? When are you eating because that's also a relationship our relationship with food, and that could be a whole another hour and another interview I have to do. But we our relationship with food is very important. We have to look at that. And so if you can change up and a lot of people, you know, for New Year's. Solutions and things they wanted diet and lose weight, but it's not even about that. It's really about putting foods in your body that are going to be life giving that are not dead foods that are high Alkali foods that's going to be nourish- into your system. Because it's not only go to impact you physically. But he's also going to impact you emotionally and mentally absolutely wonderful. This has been a phenomenal conversation. I know that our listeners are just dying to hear more and to learn more about this, can you please tell listeners how they can keep in touch with you and how they can follow your work. Sure. If you want to reach me, you can contact me either by Email, which is Phoenix love, but that's Phoenix with to excess P H O E N I X X love L, O V E at a he'll is haven dot com..
"kelly price" Discussed on Eating For Free
"Nobody fucking goes to the movies. No one knows about fashion. And it's so weird how these industries keep popping up that literally didn't exist, and then overnight become the end, I'll be like Instagram saying culture the Kardashians. Like, they've really were the start of the new era of industries that rule pop culture because when they came around and movies stopped being interesting to people it's almost like we all can only collectively as society of attention for one thing four doing all the parts they like really just kind of like profited off some those already going on. But they like further. Yeah. We'll. Instagram influence era that we live in now where like vine those like YouTube stars like there are YouTube stars with like fifty million people. Culture is totally interesting now my sister, and I were in the mall of the sponsorship models. Jackie I flown out by lake for Sachi. Yeah. This show in Bonn. And you know, how big of a deal it is to be a black person first off flown out to like fashion show. And then also be known for being a beauty. She's the only one though. Well, but that's what's interesting to me. Like, I remember my sister the store that always was really the first time. I realized that my era of pop culture had ended like my touchstone of pop culture was over was I was in the mall with my sister in like two thousand fifteen and that point she was like sixteen or seventeen. Right. I was in college. I was like in my twenties, and we were in the mall, and all of a sudden she like stifles the scream, and I was like what? And she's like you have no idea this super famous vine star is like right behind my. And I have no idea who it was. I mean, you're asking me a question that already escaped my mind. Children all the time. And she would like he's really big on musically. Like, everyone loves him. And all these girls have him as like their phone screen backgrounds. Like they have pictures of him in their lockers. I was like oh my God. Here. It is like I have aged out of pop culture. Now, like a new industry is here. And I have no idea about anything. It's all different to like I've seen like that. My job some as we're with kids like the slime and all that shit. And they talk about like, yeah. The same type of people there into them. Just like these are your idols like. Yeah. I feel like it's going to be funny when movie stars and like being into movies is the same thing as being into fashioned is right now where it's like seen as like an archival hobby where you have to have all this like weird 'insider knowledge. Like people they wanted you like legitimate things like in media because the girl that really pop they young black kids clean, nausea, or something. She have a huge huge couple channel or some shit. I don't know what her boyfriend they were popping off of that. And then she started singing, and then she was already saying there's all these days now that come from you get most of that. And now she's like in like, Shawn Mendez. Our most recent F, I know soul ciphers sinew with Kelly price like the fucking soul train awards. She's saying with coming right? Yes. The gross dragged. Oh god. I remember a conversation with someone and I mentioned Kelly price, and the only Reverend advocacy price was that lady on cash being called fat ass Kelly. Like the number six song in the country. Right now is all I want for Christmas. Is you with features heavy background vocals Kelly. Kelli Bryce Bill, but it's so weird. How like we age out of things that people only know things from references to references. Mike writer, and like, I don't know. I mean disrespectful. Stupid idiot. Never find Tony is because I'm Tony. What's have what's going on?.
"kelly price" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Now, we are going to jump into the music, Maine's will, you know, I want to go back and revisit the conversation about the soul cypher. Only because we didn't really talk about any of the war show stuff. Anyway. So this is kind of like is spreaker if you could add any to artists to the soul cypher and remove anyone who would they be? Add to remove one. Yes. I'm gonna start trouble. I let me see who always in the sole Saif. Okay. So it was Queen Nizer James and Kelly price. It was it was more people. They had Robert guys playing thunder cat was playing. It's maybe that's why I was like he was niggers in this. Right. I see how names. Okay. Well, hey, Luke, James and clean. It can go. And that's no that's not me being rude are like both of them or whatever, but they can go. And who would I add to the soul cypher what I wanna see freestyle? So you only need it to remove one. But it's okay to say working go to. Oh, okay. Well, then we'll remove Luke James. Okay. We're gonna leave clean on this just because little mo- was wrong. And we don't leave her alone. So clean can stay. I would add Fantasia. Yes. And ooh, she did it. Keesa coal. Yes. He's coal co with Merck freestyle and like that. And then she would feed off a Kellyanne Fantasia. I think it'd be great. Yes. I like that out of bra back. I would have done a theme of the Neil soul era. Yes would have brought a mellow rule out de ngelo. Erica was already up there. DJ? Jill Scott, see after you know, she's back in the headlines. So that is. Microphone check. Oh, take out one. Yeah. Who friend? You don't have to. Rid of you know, what I'm it giving all of them except for Kelly price. That's real Kelly. Stay and then bring my Neil. So folks out and do Neo side for that would have been I would have been cooled as. The angelo. Are you we need to back? Okay. I'm gonna steal your idea. And I'm like a like a ninety or Ota r-and-b-soul cypher. See some have Monica stays. Yeah. Kelly kiss state. Actually, I'm have mono- Cambrian become the play. Just to have like a low set for them to like, Luke James was trying to do a Kelly. I wanna see Monica and brandy hit them with it. Right. Quick. And kill you break the fight up. Yes. Yes. And they Calicut add to the fire to and you know, what? Because she was showing that we to faith. Baby. Yes. So he could really be like it's just like teaming up and like doubling down on host like, and you know, what as a bonus for the cipher. I would even like to add artists that were in a girl group. Just one of CoCo so air cocoa. Gimme who from a scape. Would you just one of them? Ooh. To meeker and who from to make a Scott and who invoked with you. Nobody Don nobody really she break up. Everything should be a apart. How much until you? No. I was going to get rid of cream Queen nicer just because he's not for little Mo's reasons. I have nothing to do with it. But that wasn't attending. I think I think for me when I did see I didn't feel like she was connecting a whole lot like it was a soul cipher. So there's like a certain something that seems to be there. Sometimes people performing, and I felt that from BJ, and I felt that from Luke's as who is just singing too damn much. Star. He's method acting maybe. But you know, what I feel like sometimes they're those artists that will go to those like singing sessions, and they all like vibe and stuff, but I was just kind of like all right, Luke warm up together. So maybe they don't wanna do like, no point. He stuck because I can tell even BJ wanted to jump in. But we just Mack. There shaking his head and just like maybe saying something here and there in Queen Niger's defense. She's new. Yeah..