35 Burst results for "Kendra"

The Other Black Girl

One Great Book

01:28 min | Last week

The Other Black Girl

"I got my copy of the other black girl months before it came out as i often do. I started reading and through its pages. I got to wonder the halls of wagner books alongside black editorial assistant nella. Who's been there about two years at this point. I sat with her in her cubicle and listened in on the often-frustrating conversation she had with vera her white boss. I noted her ambition to become an editor herself following in the footsteps of her idol. The conic black editor kendra ray whittaker who edited the books of. Noah's all time favorite author. The incredible diana gordon author a burning heart. A book meant so much to her. And so many other young black girls kendra ray whittaker had once walked the halls of wagner books herself and now delegates to work there every day. Sure the pay isn't enough to live on and she puts up with a lot of crap. I mean so much crap. The way the microaggressions she endured portrayed in these pages is illuminating. But also it was noah's dream to walk these halls wagner is the hardest publishing house to get into in here. She is now she just has to work her way up. That's proving harder than she imagined. I held my breath when nellis spots another black girl and the halls of wagner a girl named hazel. Who's come to interview. Nella knows not to get her hopes up as she says she only believed that the higher ups at wagner had finally considered interviewing more diverse people when she saw it because over the last two years the only people who've been interviewed or hired were very specific people from a very specific box.

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Interview With Kendra Scott, Entrepreneur, Founder of Kendra Scott Jewelry

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:06 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Kendra Scott, Entrepreneur, Founder of Kendra Scott Jewelry

"We are so excited to have kendra scott joining us for skim. You've commencement which is also a live taping for our podcast skimmed from the couch. Kendra is the executive chairwoman lead designer and founder of the jewelry brand that bears her name kendra scott kendra built the company out of his spare bedroom in her house with a five hundred dollar investment. And now it's a billion dollar business. We should note. she's also a philanthropist. A professor at ut austin and you may have seen her recently as a guest shark on shark tank kendra. Thank you so much for being with us tonight. Welcome to skim from the couch. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so thrilled to be here and love everything that you all have done this year at skim us so so thrilled to be a part of it. Thank you can't dress so you become a very public person over these last decade or so. What is something that we cannot do. Go about you. I don't feel like a public person which is so weird. I don't know why. But i don't okay. Well thank you for telling me that. This is kind of news to me. I live in my little austin texas bubble. But i think he look like a lot of people. Don't know right. They see your this glamorous designer blah blah blah. I'm a mom i. I started this company with a newborn baby. I wanted to create a business that allowed me to do what i loved. Which was fashion design. I wanted to give back to my community after. I lost my stepfather to cancer. But i really wanted to also be a mom and be a present mom and create a company that hopefully someday would also allow other amazing moms to have a great career but could be a mom. So i'm a mom to three sons and a lot of people don't realize at because of that i've become kind of a tomboy i can throw a means spiral football. I can put a lego together in record time. I can't even tell you is one of those things where i just a mom i and two boys. It's always chaos at my house. But i kind of love it. I thrive off of.

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"kendra" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

07:58 min | 2 months ago

"kendra" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Joined by my co host today. So joined by marnie again. Marnie how are you doing. Marnie has written football freddie and the dog and You know she. These books are credible. She gives them out everywhere she can and she's doing an incredible job. Marnie how are you. I'm doing great. Thank you guys. Thanks for that nice introduction. Doing really well thank you. Well i don't even think of doing you any justice because I think everything that you do. I mean i see all over social media. You're on lengthen. You're you're doing everything you're you're you're you're so involved in your community and your your support everyone. I think it's just amazing all the stuff that you actually do and besides your book your also do. your heavily. Involved in ronald mcdonald sells a little bit about that. The ronald mcdonald house houses is an incredible philanthropy that started in philadelphia in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy four when my grandfather. Leonard toes on the philadelphia eagles and again. It's all about community and all about giving back. And i think that's one of the great things that sports can really do. It can unite. Everybody bring people together to truly make a difference in the wrong mcdonald house. In the past forty seven years has had incredible growth. You know amazing. Things have happened because people relate need a place to go and they have a sick child. Which is what the ronald mcdonald house offers to families. All over the world it started in philadelphia but now international and so. I'm very excited to be part of it. I served on the board here in charlotte north carolina and died trying to do a lot of stuff outside of the carolinas when i go to other cities and do things so again but it. It's all about the volunteers. One thing about the ronald mcdonald house is that they really do rely heavily on the volunteers. Only people want to step up and volunteer. And i know that our guest today. has definitely stepped up to the to the plate. Although we're talking football too and has made a huge impact in her community with ronald mcdonald house because her dad was a big advocate of it. Like many professional athletes in the early seventies really gravitated towards the ronald mcdonald house. I knew kendra. Her dad were really huge. Fans of it. Continue to be felt does a great job of that of helping their guys understand what community support is when you have a big mouthpiece you can really help and go out and promote things that are that mean something special to you definitely. The wrong mcdonald house has meant something special to you because start in philly and it started with your grandfather So i think that is very special. And i don't know if you know this but in the fall during the football season i'm on the zach gelb show on. Cbs sports radio every friday. I beat him this year and he had donate The winnings well my winnings. I made him donate it to the ronald mcdonald house. Ashir so Zacks we all thank you for that. So you know like you said we a great guest today. One of your friends Her father played in the nfl. But today's about her. We're going to hear some amazing stories. And i wanna talk to kendra. Stabler about is it. Moyes right can just save the moi's right exactly so But i wanna come from my perspective because you know it's funny is my daughter kind of. I'm sure you guys are in the same shoes right. Like i couldn't check her in the locker room. But i can take my son's in right. I can do a lot of things with her. But i couldn't take a lot of places that i could take other people. So for you tell me about your earliest memory. Kendra of like that moment of sports that you had and why how you fell in love with it has my earliest memory so it was pretty young I was seven when he won the super bowl. I was a sophomore in high school. I was fifteen when he retired so pretty much. My whole life was either wake up on christmas and go to a game and listen to people yelled at. Your dad is throwing two main subsystems or One of the biggest memories. When i realized how much of an impact he had on people was when dorothy hamill came for the is conveyed in oakland and my dad took me on the front rows right after he won the super bowl some seven and they announced that he's there so every dad took their daughter to see dorothy hamill all of a sudden formed aligned to get autographs. And so i'm trying to bob my head back and forth to watch my idol and while these men were getting my dad's autograph And he he took so much time with every single person that came up to him and I just watched how he treated everybody the same. Whether you're the president or the janitor you were equal to him so That was fine my biggest memory and then after he passed just worldwide. The impact of people reaching out to my family was pretty mind blowing. I could imagine while he was a hall of famer. He was an incredible player. We all knew him as the snake. And i always wanted to find out like if you like. Did you my kids call me. Call kind of nicknames right for me so what did you. What was your nickname for your dad. It was his daddy who is But my i have twin boys and They remind dad's only grandchildren in. So he was papa snake. They were gran. Thanks so papa snake in the grand snakes awesome. Monette I i love that. So what about you. Did you play sports. growing up. exited play tennis Skiing and scuba dive and all that stuff. I'd never really had an interest in football. I didn't really understand it until i got older when i have. Boys is what. I really truly started to love this for a big college. Football fan I roll tide and so spoke. That's my team But yeah i've always been super athletic Really active my dad lived on the water so we are always on the boats and fishing in Snow ski and all that good stuff awesome. Awesome yeah i think it's great you know and then You know marnie You and marnie have these crazy things in common because you and marnie come from parents who were in the nfl. I was in there. And i have daughters. Who are in there who are kind of seen all the same things right. She's she's been through all that where we dragged around everywhere played for seven teams and she they went everywhere with us end in hotel rooms to -partment and you just go everywhere. So it's interesting. I wanna hear from marnie about that side in how you guys feel like That's very similar for you. Yeah well ball. Donnelly the the opportunity and i know casual agree like we were so fortunate to get to go to places and see things from a different level. Not just traveling around the way that people would race. Her dad been suddenly. I know people would be nice. My grandfather so they wanted to be nice to me and kendra. I'm trying to wear as close to alabama roll. It happens to be my kids old sweater. Most christian westlake but he was a little bit of roll tide. Surprised by that. Do not have any open raider. Our mutual friend martin probably with a stacked up and sent me something happily. If i would have put it on and i was gonna bothering that right now so i went with some. You know who new. I think when people like candle is saying no when she went to the icecapades and everybody wanted to see her dad..

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Kendra Wilkinson on Holly Madison Rehashing Their Feud: 'Dude... It's 2021'

Daily Pop

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Kendra Wilkinson on Holly Madison Rehashing Their Feud: 'Dude... It's 2021'

"Sex drugs and plenty of back. Seven are the latest claims. Holly madison is making about her playboy mansion past highly spill. Whole pot of tea on the call. Her daddy podcast. An even one. After her former friend kendra. I love that you called kendra out in kenya's book she had said like and then i moved in. And you're like hold on you. Don't get to act better than us like hold on. You have to you how to sleep with him before like i'm not trying to like slut shaming but it's just like nobody ever got asked to move in unless they had slept with him kendrick lapsed back at holly on the emas instagram. Page reading dude. It's twenty twenty one with a laughing emoji. She also wrote times have changed. I forgive and kids to love and focus on

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Conspiracy theorists and lawmaker among mob that seized Capitol

AP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Conspiracy theorists and lawmaker among mob that seized Capitol

"Before yesterday's rally and ride and Washington using Hashtags like stormed the capital and hold the line to spread conspiracy theories or violent rhetoric on those platforms while urging Trump supporters to show up at the Capitol. Even with all that activity, Capitol police and other federal security agencies were woefully prepared for the onslaught. Assistant Defense Secretary Kendra Piano says he contacted the Capitol police about the need for additional officers. We engaged with the With the Capitol police at last week and into the weekend. They confirmed to us after our request that they were going to come to us with any request for assistance on Sunday, 3 January that they were not going to have any requests for assistance for Dia de other officials say. There were also problems with the estimation the crowd size anywhere from 2000 to 80,000 people. This is AP News. The Corona virus

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"kendra" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

03:46 min | 9 months ago

"kendra" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Produce orders and it was out of necessity at first And i was hiring. People design assistance. I started hiring production system that had my shared my core values and my core values were family. I wanted people around me. That that respected that i was a mom. I i was gonna pick my kids up from preschool every day that i was going to have them in the office with me i would be okay if they did the same and i wanted them to be passionate about fashion design and i wanted them to have a giving heart that giving back to the community with important to them and so i hired people based on those three requirements. Not necessarily the gold paid resume. I thought i could teach people skills like wire wrapping or you know certain things. I could train them but i couldn't train heart and so from day one i hired on heart and i still do to this day. Eighteen almost nineteen years later. I think that's so cool. And i love the whole idea of the customer service in the grassroots. Because i've always felt even in the age of social media. I think people miss the point that the person to person connection still goes viral. And i think especially now i mean i think people Discount the fact that if you meet someone on the street and they know you and you're not nice to them because i've seen it happen with people who are known on television and they go to their social media and they start saying so and so's not nice and then that becomes a thing. It's i love the person to person directions in the grassroots. I hope that you know life in general goes more to that. Oh hundred percent. I mean there's there's always going to be a need for human touch. And i think one of the reasons that our stores i mean i have one hundred and eight now store of counter scott stores across the country and you know people are calling me without us. Because it's you know here we are in encoded and in march to close my stores and then slowly figure out how to get them reopened with curbside other things and is it. The death of brick and mortar. Its over retail. Does nine and our business is even right now to last year. Which is remarkable and part of that is because our store isn't about just selling product. Our store is about human connection about customer interaction. It's about you know we hosting kendrick give back events for local charities like the one you mentioned you know having these moments in the store that are much more than just coming in to shop. The connection our employees make with our customers You know us going out into the community doing kendrick. As events and hospitals where we're working with pediatric patients and their families they meet our kendra scott employees and that connection that they meet with them is unlike anything that you could experience in a typical brand and so i think you know what what we've done just naturally we didn't try. This wasn't a master plan. It was just our priority that for me. Success was we were going to gauge it on our ability to give back in a meaningful way and we would look at our give back dollars or give back hours before would even look at our revenue and what was crazy is. Everyone's like that isn't saying yours. No way you can run a business like this. And i said that's the only way i wanna run a business and if it can't work this way then i'd rather not do it and it actually was the opposite. Good things happen when you do good things. Good things happen to good people Kindness love joy is what we're really trying to spread with our brand and now more than ever those things are needed and so for all these years we've been out there in the community helping others. When kobe hit our customers. Those loyal amazing customers were like we.

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The New Season of Shark Tank

The View

02:14 min | 10 months ago

The New Season of Shark Tank

"Well, mark with the economic downturn. It seems like shark, tank is more relevant than ever. Do you feel that way? Also I love the show. I appreciate that yeah, absolutely. I mean look there are so many small businesses going through hardship. There's so many people who've been laid off from their jobs and trying to determine should they start their own small business and the answer is yes and Shark tank a good job of educating people and getting people to understand what entrepreneurship is all about, and you know one of my favorite sayings is one thing that separates the American the United States. Of America, from every other country in the world is our sense of entrepreneurship entrepreneurial spirit and that's a quote from that Joe Biden gave me at one of his events and I. It's so true and it's even more important today. That's who we are as a country. We are a country of entrepreneurs and Shar taken spires people young old in the middle to go out and starts company start companies and I'm so proud to be part of it. I love the show to mark any of you would be a better president than trump but tell us is there are there any special guests on this upcoming season? Oh Yeah we've got Daniela Bet ski who started kind bar. We have Blake Majkowski who started Tom Shoes. We have Kendra Scott of her namesake country company Kendra Scott. We have Alex Alex a Rod I mean we got a great crew of special guests and I got to tell you the deals are incredible. I did more deals this season than any other year before. And the entrepreneurs were intense. You saw one clip Alan tents that was, but they also had to quarantine. So by the time they got on, there were ready to go and you know. It was just so much at stake. We knew that we were studying the example for America to really get people excited about starting companies because honest guy honestly guys I think what we look back in twenty years at this pandemic twenty twenty won't find out that some kids from who knows where started amazing companies that have become world class companies, and if we can inspire those kids to go out and do that I, mean who wouldn't want to be part of that and seizing twelve is all about that.

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"kendra" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

02:07 min | 10 months ago

"kendra" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and I'm your host Scott Ingraham. Today's tip comes from Kendra Barlow. Kendra came from a non sales background and found a deep love in helping companies and employees through patient. She loves developing relationships working on her Model A scuba diving and helping her neighbors here. She is off Sunday night. You've had a great weekend. The week coming up is busy, you know that already but really you just want to binge-watch your favorite show for the last day of the weekend long before you do that take 15 to 20 minutes and go through your calendar and physically right out the meetings that you have upcoming on a sheet of paper. This is going to help you commit to memory what you have upcoming this week. So there are no surprise meetings where you get your calendar ding ten minutes before and you're like, oh crap. I totally suck. Forgot by writing these out you will also be able to make notes on what you need to get prepared for that meeting any other information that needs to be gathered and then you can reference that sheet throughout the week right in front of you instead of having to go into your calendars and check out what's happening. This also gives you time to write out your goals for the week prioritize. What's most important for you to get done and also write out your intentions. Why is these things important to do why are they top of list and top-of-mind to accomplish taking these 15 to 20 minutes on a Sunday night best prepares you for the week set a reminder in your phone when it goes off. Stop what you're doing sit down and get yourself ahead of everybody else for the upcoming week. If you'll click over to daily sales tips. You can connect with Kendra and maybe ask her which shows she's binge-watching right now wage. Once you've done that be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales leadership tip from David Weiss. Thanks for listening..

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Interview with Brooke Schultz

The Candid Frame

05:47 min | 11 months ago

Interview with Brooke Schultz

"Creativity is more than just having talent. It's about making a choice to utilize whatever talent you do have. That's a lot easier to say than do sometimes because self doubt and insecurity can service considerable obstacles. It didn't start that way because as kids we created without such distractions sometimes I think we spend a lifetime trying to unlearn all that stinking thinking. For Brooke Schultz her love of photography is more than just about making memorable portrait's families but helping other photographers to leverage their desire to be creative person. Using her workshop center podcast heartful with Brooke. Celts, she does just that. This was a conversation that very much looked forward to as it provided a special moment of positivity during some very dark times. This is e body and ex and welcome back to the candidate frame. The KENDRA frame thriller Nice to have you Thank you so much for having me a buyer your next. Are you know Marshall is often about more leading a creative lifer leading fruit for photographic line, which is all about just being creative in your your podcast in a lot of what I picked up from you focuses on that as well. So I thought this might be fun time not just the learn about your work but just to have. A conversation about creativity. Let's do that as much as I wanNA learn about you in your work I think. Having a conversation like this, like this is always always good to have someone. Yes. Thank you. In one of the things Dow was kind of interesting was this idea of giving yourself permission to be creative. And having been a man I you know I always taken it from the male perspective because it's the only choice that Hap- But. It's interesting in terms of something that I heard in terms of what of your episodes speaking from a woman's perspective especially, a woman who is. A wife, a mother, and in terms of sometimes the guilt that some women feel who are under the circumstances about making the choice to be creative from the cells in in terms of seeing it as something that selfish. And thought that was really interesting and it's not something that I really have had an opportunity to really discuss specifically of touched on it. I. Think at least a couple of times on your podcast I thought that would be really interesting way of starting in the conversation so. Talk to me about that. Wow well, I'm curious to know. have. You ever experienced that like a guilt feeling for being creative or is it just like I'm creative and I need to kind of work through the creative process but not so much the gill in terms of other aspects of your life most of my guilt is been not doing mea. Not so much that I felt like I was depriving. The. People in my life something as a result of making the choice to be creative. No every you sharing that because I think it's speaks to what women currently experience in a cultural sense that to be a good wife mother or just women in general, you are expected to do it all do it all perfectly and don't let anyone see you sweat dining and Especially to be a quote unquote mother you're expected and it's kind of like this seeing that runs in the background I think of just give yourself entirely to your children and any time that you spend away is somehow. Demerits or like a is taking away something very valuable from them, and so that's been something that I've had to really consciously. Reprogram in my own belief system to believe that the creative impulse is a human impulse and regardless of our roles whether it's a mother grandmother, you don't professional creative person or just someone who enjoys taking pictures or whenever you're creative outlet might be that those impulses are human that any humans in your care whether it's children or otherwise are going to be benefited by that creative impulse in my watching you be creative. Did. You ever feel this before you were a parent or is something that seems they've. Become especially pronounced after every given birth to kids. I think it's definitely more after having kids kids are so needy. ME. Need you all the time and especially as. In my family and many women as a mother, you're the primary caregiver and so you're the one that it falls upon to fill those kids needs all the time and my kids are really little. They're seven, five, four and three months so. You know they they need me a lot and so walking that line and that tension and dance between how much they need me and what I need. Myself is a really interesting one to walk and I think all of us walk that one way or in creativity because we have other obligations besides just you know sitting around getting inspired making creative work you know. So it's attention that everyone can relate to but I think it's especially prevalent in mother had.

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How the Biden-Harris ticket will impact the 2020 race

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:58 min | 1 year ago

How the Biden-Harris ticket will impact the 2020 race

"Joe Biden's choice of Camilla Harris as his running mate is being met with excitement and hope from many women in and around Sacramento. KP CASE Joe Michaels joins us Live in studio with more Oh Bill Bynes decision to add California's junior senator to the 2020 Democratic ticket brings a smile to the face of the only woman currently sitting on Sacramento City Council Councilwoman Anjali Gash be calling the choice, exciting seeing yourself reflected in leaders. Is just so empowering, not just for young people, but for all people. Women have never seen themselves in the Oval Office. In the White House. Never so to see a woman actually get to vice president of the United States of America would tell women and girls everywhere that it is possible and it is possible in our lifetime. Kendra Montgomery Block of the Sierra Health Foundation, is pleased to finally see an African American woman chosen as the running mate of a major party's presidential candidate as a black woman, how we are constantly looked upon as the backbone of the entire country, and in doing so So making sure that you have not only just a seat at the table, but a voice at the table means a lot in our democracy, and Camilla represents that voice, not only for us before the people Montgomery Clark believes Harris will also serve as a rule model for young African American girls. You always want to be able to look at folks and say, Hey, that's a path that I could take two And now that's incredibly connected to black women, Indian women and two women of color that we can take this path that we can build strong families, built strong education connections and then be able to take on top leadership role in this country. Councilwoman Ashby says Harris is well prepared for the opportunity. This isn't choosing a woman for the sake of choosing a woman. He was a candidate for the presidency herself. She's been the senator for California. She's been attorney general. She's been a D E A. There's no doubt that she's qualified to do this job. Ashby understands the possibility that Harris could be polarizing and doesn't out W naysayers were choosing the next president and vice president, United States of America. We get to look at them through a critical leads, but we need to look at them through balanced lenses, and that is what the people of this country are asking for. So many ways through protests through support of candidates. The things that you're hearing is a nation that just wants equity in its decision making. They want to see women and men have equal opportunity they want to see people of every race have equal opportunity. When you look at American history, it's been a long time in coming. From the women's suffrage movement that ultimately gave women the right to vote 100 years ago this month of the civil rights movement aimed at ending racial discrimination to 2020 when an African American woman now stands as the running mate of a major party's presidential candidate,

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"kendra" Discussed on The Next Right Thing

The Next Right Thing

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"kendra" Discussed on The Next Right Thing

"Lighthearted. Decisions. But I think it is in those lighthearted decisions where we can practice without a lot of risk and so that we get it's almost like a muscle memory that we can get used to deciding once in maybe in some ways in the things that don't matter so that when we approached decisions that really matter, we have some agency there when we show up to those. Amen Amen Sister. Well, Kendra, as we close it out I just WanNa ask you this. Here. We are the week of your very first book releasing into the world and in this week where you've never lived this week before. So who knows how it will go for you But when you think about this week and maybe kind of what's coming after this week what's your next rate thing? To not think about it yet. I, hate you honestly. Honestly because if I think ahead Too much. Then I forget where I am you know it's hard to be thinking in the future or the past and still be present but that is very, very true of me, and because this is my first book and this is the first launch week that I will ever have and like all all of that I. I really want to be in it and whatever I have to do or choose. After this week, we'll still be there. At the end of the week versus right now. and. So my next right thing is nothing about it yet because I don't have to. Amen. That's an amen right there. I'm so grateful you join me on a very special episode of the next right thing I've felt kind thanks for having.

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Nearly 1700 coronavirus cases in Arizona, 87 deaths reported

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Nearly 1700 coronavirus cases in Arizona, 87 deaths reported

"Testing is up in Arizona, but are the number of new cases as well? Where's Taylor? Kendra joins us live with the latest numbers. Yeah. Bob. More than 13,000 tests were processed overnight, which is nearly double the number of tests from the day before, but the number of new cases is still relatively low, with 1698 new cases reported. However, our daily death count's still remains relatively high, with an 87 new deaths reported this morning. And it appears that after yesterday's slight uptick in Corona virus related hospitalizations, ventilator use and I C u bed use those numbers all went down today again just under 1700 new Corona virus cases. An 87 new deaths reported live in the new

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Cosmic Gate

Back To Back

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Cosmic Gate

"Just. Okay at one two three boom. Nice I'm still got it. This is why you go. US to some shows when when when wedding We have to literally music and visuals when something? Technical doesn't work so. Lights Lights One. Oh, yeah, absolutely I mean that's we should. Actually we could talk about that in a second. Yes it's it's a funny thing. I was thinking about your guys career just in general, and you know from when you started performing up until now just so much of the the not not the music, but the actual production of the show has changed. You know the level of the festivals the technical level the just how much money is going into the whole thing. It's Kinda Wild I. Wonder if that was was that an adjustment period for you guys, or was it just sort of gradually? You ramped up your show at a match it. Exactly that was a gradual thing, right? I remember even apart from bad back when we started. Obviously, we didn't even have a manager for years. Right, Bussey. It was like everything Wednesday buster another than we played shows even think of visuals than we created also visual loop for like remember. What was it like? Twenty five thirty minute loop? Yeah. Yeah Yeah, and it just runs in the background, right? Slightly at the beginning what manager? What's what's visual loop? It was not a DJ showed the DJ when we started was placed somewhere in the corner right, and then like some of the big room. KLOPP's eventually with the DJ a little more visual 'cause it start into. Hey, people are looking for that special guy, or they're coming for to guy and then. On on. I remember that when some shows in Holland I think were the first ones where we saw an anti club. All facing the DJ before. Dancing everywhere all over the place. and. It was so interesting. That was new doing those the early two thousands that we had total new kind of conduct dance culture. It was like people were into collapsed there were you the bar and dancing, and now it's like when when we play a show. Every single face in our in our direction, so thinking about it, yeah, it's actually a total different way of going out and partying and enjoy the night. Yeah, it's really interesting. I started DJ in the late nineties, and so I was right on the tail end. You know when I started when I started going to events and all that it was very much the old days that you're talking about where it was dark you. You couldn't really see anything I didn't know where the DJ was, and then kind of right at right at the end of the nineties when I first started getting my first real show as when that switch happened, and it was really weird. I wasn't expecting it for you guys. Was that something you? You know in the early days where you comfortable with that. Did you feel like performers? You want to be on stage. were. Just mentioning the one word, a DJ turned more into a performer these days. It's more occur forms as some people come more for the event performance than eventually for Dha Music which still? Meal, wrapping it up in what what I say now still Farrah's The music is always the center and should be key over tension, and that will always be what's most important for us, but of course these that you cannot you cannot just you know. Look on your players at a not interact at all with the crowd. You can't do this these days. Maybe, I can speak for the two of us we. We grew into that where we're never the guys that search for every Kendra. Oh, we gotta jump in. but yeah we. We grew into the situation with comfy with it now it's it's fun. And when when the crowd is so much energy to to cheer back into It's awesome that. Really emotional at driving and so it wasn't it was we. We grew insulin and wait. We really enjoyed. Now may be boring to still do just the cool Dj Noah you right so. It's nice to see when they all face. You also especially back then because. The production was as Baker, was still about the music, but there was still facing. You just felt like they really care about the music they really. WanNa hear new music and expect you to surprise them and it was. Good to see all this attention than it made us also better DJ septic.

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Supreme Court Says States Cannot Discriminate Against Religious Schools

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Says States Cannot Discriminate Against Religious Schools

"The past two weeks of Supreme Court rulings have not been encouraging after a disastrous ruling last week. And Bostock, arbitrarily expanded of rights protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity this week, according June medical all but handcuffed meaningful state efforts to restrict abortion finally yesterday, some good news, the Supreme Court by a five four vote held its ground on discrimination against religious education in espionage versus Department of Revenue The court ruled that a state tax credit which discriminates against religious schools in the families whose children attend or hope to attend them violates the First Amendment Free Exercise Clause. This case dates back to two thousand fifteen when the state of Montana created a dollar for dollar tax. Tax Credit for individuals who donate to organizations that provide scholarships to private school students after creating the program, the Montana Department of revenue ruled that such a tax credit. If used to scholarship, students for religious private schools would violate the state's version of the Blaine Amendment, which prohibits state funding of religious education well. Kendra Espinosa, a single mom, who works extra jobs, so her kids can attend a Christian school challenge the Department of Revenue's ruling in court in late, two, thousand, eighteen, the Montana Supreme Court acknowledged that the department's ruling probably ran afoul of the US constitutions free exercise clause, however instead of overturning the ruling. It just invalidated the entire program well. Thankfully, that didn't work in. In his opinion. Chief Justice John Roberts said that went. Otherwise eligible recipients are disqualified from public benefit solely because of their religious character. We must apply strict scrutiny that statements a reference to the Trinity Lutheran Decision, which was a case successfully argued by the alliance defending freedom back in two thousand seventeen strict scrutiny means that the action can only be justified by a compelling governmental interest. Montana lacked a compelling governmental interest. Instead the state argued that the law serve Montana's interest in separating church and state more fiercely than the federal constitution while Montana's interest replied Justice Roberts is actually limited by the Constitution, specifically the free exercise clause in other words, the establishment clause and the free exercise. Exercise clause cannot be pitted against each other. The separation of church and state can't be done by discriminating against the church. And religion is not some secondary part of the First Amendment even more. Roberts continued Montana's attempt to sweep the free exercise problem and had under the rug by just invalidating the whole program doesn't change what he called Montana's error, a federal law after all because of the Trinity. Lutheran decision the Montana Court already knew the department's ruling was unconstitutional, but instead of applying the decision as it should have hit, just invalidated the whole program to make absolutely sure that religious schools received no aid ban action. Itself violated the free exercise clause according to Roberts a state. Need not subsidize private education, but once a state decides to do so. It cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious. Liberty opinion is a resounding repudiation of dozens of Blaine amendments and other states as well originally targeted to limit Catholic education. These amendments provide legal cover for treating religious institutions and the people who depend on them. Ask second-class Citizens Roberts made it as clear as possible that day, and we are not Roberts also rejected a suggestion by Justice Briar, which he called a quote, flexible context Pacific approach that may well vary from case to case religious. And citizens he said should not be at the mercy of courts waxing philosophical about the purposes of the religion clauses, and then applying them on some ad hoc basis, not dimension. It's hard to imagine how briars flexible content specific approach could be applied to any other right such as abortion, and perhaps the best part of this ruling. It offers a roadmap for Christians who hope to help people like Kendra Espinosa Afford Christian education. The Montana program can serve as A. A model for other states could even open the door for other solutions such as vouchers. Educational Innovation has long been among the best gift. Christians have to give to the wider world. This is an open door for us to become even more creative today. That's why this decision is such good news after the earthquakes from the court in the past couple of weeks, it's certainly nice to have some solid ground on which to stand

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"kendra" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

10 Things To Tell You

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"kendra" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

"And I will put all of kindreds links in there so that you won't miss a single thing. Okay, so one of the reasons that I'm extra excited about your book Kendra, it's not just because I. really believe in the Lazy Genius Way, but because over the last year and a half. I have come to so deeply believe in you as a human as a person as a friend, and the reason that I've had that opportunity because we are in a very small business mastermind group together I. Give a whole episode. We did a whole episode that you jumped on earlier in the year episode fifty one all about business masterminds and how people? People can create that. It doesn't have to be around a business to be honest with you around any kind of focused group that needs to help one another to be resource to one another to be cheerleaders to one another. All of that is in that mastermind show that is episode fifty one anyway. I'm cheerleading. Your book so hard Kendra because you have. Just proven to be. Such a good friends we're in such a great relationship, and before we get to you lazy genius in my life, which will really be the highlight here? I wanted to talk about. We're already doing life never said life. Whereas the whole thing, we'll just lazy cheese your whole life. I Love I. Hope you adequately prepared okay so. I just WANNA touch a little bit more on the aspect of having a business friendship having business besties, if you will because one of the things that have taken from our friendship, and from our master mind that I really really want people to understand because I. genuinely don't think that I understood this myself until full on into my thirties was just about adult friendship that it doesn't have to be all the things all the time, so I feel like when. I learned about friendship. You know from kindergarten on or whatever you're taught. Some of the basics about sharing and trustworthiness, and like being there for them, and you know like friendship basics, and we're never really given permission along the way to be like. It's okay if your friend. Or this relationship only exists in a pretty narrow sphere, because I've been guilty of especially as I got into adulthood, and you I I have less friends in general, I have tons of acquaintances, literally hundreds of acquaintances. But as my like true core, friendship, circle narrowed down, I felt like all of those women had to be all of the things and when I..

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The Voice Layer - Jan Knig, Jovo

The Voice Tech Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

The Voice Layer - Jan Knig, Jovo

"We covered the languages NC said it was type script or the judge. Javascript side, but you have to be a program code to be able to use Java what level of technical skills you need to be able to run the high walls, and then be able to actually deploy an application. Development Framework, so it's definitely built for developers, professional teams of developers, but what we're also seeing settled a lot of the. Beginners are using Joe's while to get started because like it's. Our hellawell example is pretty easy to set up. Just have to install one or two things. He just run the code in. That's it and then you can go from there and so I think for anyone who wants to get started with development. I think it's a good first thing to do because like when you're building a rapper mobile APP for example of many many different things to take care about. The officials. You have a back end fronton all of that. With the voice at least getting started as little easier like you get to your first halo worlds more quickly so I think the swipe. Many development beginners are are using for building by SAS right right well I was sent to simply because of the efficiency that you could just learned one one language and deploy to all the platforms as opposed to think well if I doubt on Alexa, then while by all the good L-, assistant uses, and then what about when he comes along I. Am I gonNa Learn all about as. Just. An individual, so there's definitely inefficiency on a scale element to it. US A rundown of the different components than the things that make up the job. Oh, framework, and the interaction model. Like wasn't a simulator or deep Bugah could give us a rundown to some of the components a lot of people when you think of Jogo. They really think mostly about the cross platform. What you mentioned that deploy ones or built wants to deploy everywhere component. That's one thing that we really focused a lot them to develop proficiency on building tools for professional teams to build great vice experiences so much we offer is a local development environment. For example. You don't have to upload your co to serve all the time to build experience. You can cut it on your computer. Computer, we have a debater which is digital browser based tool where you can test your Alexa Skill Google accidents on without talking to your device all the time than we have what you mentioned. The language model that that's also one thing I don't know how deep every when if you're. Listeners is into like the whole voice APP Alexa Skill Development, and so on, but on Alexa von Interaction model for like the speech recognition into natural language understanding, and for Google assistance use a service like dialogue flow for natural language understanding the problem. There is when you building for different. Platforms also have to maintain a language models in different places. What we offer is we offer the JOE language model which can be maintained. And then translated into, Alexandra tracks model into Donald. Floyd, we also like all analyst services that we support the Swale, and that's how we want to make that part easier while and then other stuff like staging with a unit testing framework, a lot of things stoute's help developers in setting up the right processes and deploying their vice experiences to different providers, and so that's really interesting as a recap. Mind standing because you've got the input. You've got the logic and you've got the response. Response you can handle all of that locally as if you had the Amazon. Says running on your own computer, so you can actually make requests and have a response. If it was Amazon Alexa, and then at the same time you could do the same full assistance you have. All of these phones loco dude have to make making these calls out. You'd have to worry about any kind of fees deployments. All of that kind of stuff that takes time by using these the party platform. Very useful speeds up development massively and you mentioned that the D. Bugger as well, but nowadays these platforms have ap visual interface, some kind of screen multi. Involved! Can you do all of that as well locally? Can you stimulate the response back and forth on the visual side who did so with the old hard to call again before it was like the display interface on Alexa order to render templates, we simulated or emulated these interfaces. The problem was with a p. l. guts Soubra complicated tractors Lebed's right now like even the Alexa developer Konzale. Kendra late trust the AP L. stuff that's displayed their into browser, and so what we typically recommend this to relate. It's painful, but to really test on on every device of. Before you, sit it

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Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:02 min | 1 year ago

Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le

"Welcome to the PODCAST. Hi Everyone. It's great to have you on the show I've followed research for Your work for quite some time and I'm looking forward to digging into some of the new things that you're working on but before we do that I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you got started working in machine learning okay so I was born in Vietnam. I did my Undergrad in Australia. And in my second year. My undergrad I started some project doing machine London with Alex. Mola a back in Australia and back. Then I was played with. Kodo methods Then I Did my PhD AT STANFORD. A on a lot of deep learning back in the day when deployed in whispers or very cool. And that's the route two thousand seven and around two thousand eleven I did a summer internship at Google and that was when Google Brin project was founded so when I was there that was a long and Jackie Naan Greco data was there and I. It was the sun so we started out small. That sounds cool. Yeah and then I did some of the Scaling Up Neuro networks with Google Britain folks and then You know at the end Up to two years did some work on machine translation with the media and Oreo VR. He's now did mine. Owner of Ilya is now at opening I and we develop sold end to end. Solution methods and Around two thousand sixteen. I started looking into more like You Know Auto. Mau Architecture search and more recently are looking to Malacca together with Otto may also look into Sent me supervised learning and it's awesome awesome now. You mentioned early on doing work with Alex. Mullah was he was this before he was at Carnegie Mellon was visiting in Australia. He was a professor in Australia. Yeah I I went to a university. In a small air. In the capital city Austrailia go Kendra. He was yeah camera and he was Professor Edward Research. So I thought I had. I have along Very interested in AI and machine learning and took me for that. I took a class data mining and so on and talk a little bit boring but the ability to actually learn. It's actually a super fascinating so I contacted him and he was moonlight co methods machine learning and we worked together for maybe a few years before he went to he went to America then. Cmu and Amazon. Okay okay so a lot of your. Recent work has been focused on this idea of You know automating machine learning and neural architecture surge to allow machines to find the best deep learning architectures in like. It's a little bit about how you arrived at working in that area. What some of the motivations were for getting started digging into that problem so I've been Along interested in this idea of self improvement machine should be self improving itself a machine learning and even and when I started doing co methods with Alex. I always ask him. You know how the Dakota bandwith and so on how some of the HYPOC Ramat does include methods decided and apparently they decided by using things like Cross validation on then where I work on. Koroma two narrow networks. My hope is to make the hype. Affirmative go away. But that's how is the opposite so if you look at the a Kabul Lucien neural networks at has a lot of hype privatised right like how many how many layers you want it to be and how many channels you wanted to be. And what are the some of the high assize apprentice since on a Coulda with all the training parameters? Yeah all learning. Dry and as researcher develop more and more techniques FAW EURONET. There's more decisions that you have to make. That feel like. This is like a problem that can be helped by a little bit of automation so So I I observe a lot of my colleagues who will when designing networks and I asked him about the principles of design. Your neural networks. And you started are having some really solid principles like Skip CONNECTION SO. The gradient can flow through the network concern. But as you tune the network Karen Hata do no longer have the principal is around. You know trial and error right you you try this a little bit and simply with better so you try that more so. I think that that is something that may be ready for automation so even during my Grad School. I already talked about trying this but I thought you know. Maybe we didn't have enough compute because training net already takes took me days so when I saw that new control. Units are are in thirty minutes. Something like that on on safer I thought. Oh maybe this is the right time to try this. So that's when I started doing this. Newer architecture search in two thousand sixteen. It's interesting that you know. Even with all of the compute resources of Google. You had to wait until the time was compressed. Enough in order to be able to tackle the problem. Yeah to get really good results. You want the networks will be really big and that will take a long time to train. Yeah and it's it's It's funny coming from me that we have so much resources that will go train in EURONET still taking a long time And so maybe talk about the the first steps in In that area. Did you jump right into neural architecture? Search or was that the you know a a an end stage or end result of this work where I I on some of the related ideas on and off since two thousand twelve like playing around with how to do. Better hyper profitable tuning and none of that. It's really published. Because I didn't have good results have pugh and so on so so I tried it on and off over the time you know every year I would set out some time to try this idea for a few months and you know and it didn't work very well because like a procurement song and then Two Thousand Sixteen. I met Barrett's off would as my colleague now at Google and he's very talented. So we say oh. Let's let's try at the idea of Jews in like a reinforcement learning to generate and network like a little layer in an network for for a ceasefire model. Seafoam motto. Is already at the time you could say that you know enough of you depends on how where you want to be but you from thirty minutes to a few hours and the seems like about the right amount of time to get this going and my prediction is that you have to train. Maybe either between from one thousand to ten thousand bottles and I did a backup our calculation and thought. Oh this might be the right time to do it but you know I have tried this some of these related ideas in much before

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"kendra" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"kendra" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"At the tower and that was my gauge for life. That was just if I could see the tower when the sun was rising. I knew I survived. The nights were always the worst and it was such a lonely feeling and it was such a place of just constant dread. Because why would anybody want to exist like that and yet at the same time? It wasn't that I ever wanted to. It was that I just couldn't picture living anymore. I just physically got to a place where couldn't see tomorrow anymore and to me at that time. I wish people knew that if I asked them to be there with me if I asked them to be there for me. I wasn't looking for them to fix it. I wasn't looking for them to say the right thing. There was no onus on them to be an expert. I just needed to feel safe for a minute and I think that that's what's so important in something that I want everybody to understand. Is that every single. One of us has the ability to beat. That suicide sucks and it's really hard to talk about extremely hard. I think the reason that it's so hard for me specifically to talk about is because it's always going to be really real for me on October. First of two thousand fifteen. I tried to kill myself since then. I still think about it every day whether that being the context of being ashamed of it or maybe walking myself through it again to see how I could help someone who's walking through it right now or maybe even just wishing I would have died that night. It's always going to be a part of my story while I was writing this talk. I actually almost lost a good friend to suicide. So yeah suicide is really real for me in a lot of aspects and it's so hard to stand up here and talk about it because talking about it makes it even more real and I wish with my whole heart that it didn't have to be so real. I wish that if I just didn't talk about it it will go away. But as they say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result so I have to stop thinking it will go away. I have to stop begging for lives to be saved. Only within the four walls of my mind I have to stop believing that silences the answer when forty four thousand people are still dying by suicide. Each year I have to talk about it. We we have to talk about it. Every single one of us can be that person who just fills the room that feels way to empty for somebody. And you know we're so quick to say there's not enough resources. There's not enough psychologists. There's not enough. You need to go get help you know. And we we forget how large of a role we can play for each other. Because sometimes it's just remembering you're not alone sometimes. It is just physically knowing that somebody else is going to sit there and make sure that the sun rises again with you and I think that we have such an ability to make everything so complex and if we could just get back to the basics of caring for one another and being present for one another and understanding that we can't always understand and please don't ask me to make you understand all I'm asking for you to be here and I think that that's for me alternately. I was fortunate enough that I you know. I've I've found that team for myself. I've found that support circle now but in those days in those moments you know I spent as much time fighting to validate what I was going through and to convince others that it was real as I did just trying to survive. And that was so much energy wasted well Kendra in sharing your story. You've made me feel less alone so thank you so much. Thank you for being a part of the podcast and for having this talk of me. Family has always had a very romantic relationship with suicide. Silence silence singing lithium to the rhythm of my bleeding heart and begging me to dance with US always for me. Suicide has always been the girl next door. The comes in my bedroom at nights when it's dark with all light bulbs burnt out when I am burnt out shopping elaborate about Owning Zion. Trying to find new ways to love myself looking for new ways love myself. I looked at my closet and just found my ex-girlfriend's heads off. I looked about only. Why ain't shit going on in there? Then I looked under my mattress and smelled all of my favorite bad decisions. And then I picked the scabs off of my trust followed. My roadmap scars this. You're sitting on a hyphen between give in up with a full of firefly's show me the light. At the end of my manic suicide spot. Love the wasted massages the knives in my back. I love the way she kisses me. Swallows my indecision hole and picks teeth with my ribcage. Suicide is sweets. I love the way she plays my hair like a toss strings. Would I feel like an off tuned him and one day? She told me that I was born a two way mirror. I I saw people that can't see themselves that always falling women played shingle with Mambo since when I carry my body. It was like a pallbearer what I should own shadow. Dismantle spirits cost out this coffin. I have a mouth as suicide. She catches me. When I'm at my lowest point I almost cut my wrist on a broken promise. My rock bottom is paved with them. Suicide Hosmer like a safety net turns my self loathing into a linoleum floor in banks..

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"kendra" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"kendra" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"We are facing an increasing crisis of teen and youth suicide in America and it is especially affecting young girls. Today's episode is a difficult one Kendra Fisher former elite ice hockey player and mental health. Activist and advocate helps me dig into the roots of the problem and what we can do to turn it around years ago. When faced with the opportunity to realize her dream of goaltending for team Canada Kendra was diagnosed with severe anxiety disorder coupled with severe panic attacks depression and agoraphobia forcing her to leave the national program in order to seek help to learn how to live with what had become a crippling disease. She now dedicates her life to helping. Young people get help for their mental illnesses. We turn now to a nationwide tragedy suicide new report from the Centers for disease. Control SAYS IT IS GROWING. Rapidly has been on the rise for more than a decade but nation suicide rate is at its highest point since one thousand nine hundred twelve year old accomplice allegedly harassed. Szechuan included that. You should drink bleach and die. No one likes you and you should go kill yourself. Sedgwick jumped off a near her home. After writing friends nine year old McKenzie atoms last week from other says the fourth grader was the target of Constant Racial Thompson? Name calling I was diagnosed with mental illness and I had no idea where to go so it was actually out at a team. Canada camping in Calgary and leading up to it in the weeks before I'd been to the doctors I've been to the hospital emergency room. I had no idea what was wrong with me. I felt like I was having a heart attack. I felt like it was gonNA Faint. Couldn't breathe swallow and and everybody told me it was fine. I love hockey and I love everything. It's given me both my hockey career. Also it would have had a shelf life and now. I'm in this position where I've learned so much about myself and I've met so many incredible people because of the journey I've been on and hopefully I can be a part of something that might stop somebody else. I'm Kendra Fisher and I'm fighting for the lives of those living with mental illness. Sorry not sorry so I mean. We've got a tough topic today but really before we dive in a love for you to give my listeners. A bit of information about your background. And how did mental health especially in girls become one of your causes? My background is hockey. I mean everything about my background is hockey. I grew up like so many Canadians. Just really wanting to have that red and White Jersey. That had my name on the back and I wanted to play for team Canada. I wanted to go to the Olympics and everything in my life through. My teens really suggests that I was going to be successful in that. I was carded member of team. Canada's National Hockey Program and sometime after high school I just got to a place where symptomatically and not knowing what. It was without a diagnosis. I was off. I just I felt sick all the time I felt like I was making trips to the emergency room constantly. Feeling like I was having a heart attack feeling like I couldn't breathe and it got to a place where unfortunately the perfect storm kind of hit. When I was out at my tryouts for team Canada in ninety nine and I was out at the camp and I just couldn't hide it anymore. It couldn't hide the battle that I was having every single day I grew up in in the greatest. You know possible situation. I had a great family. I had great friends. I was in a small town and I had a dream and my dream was. I wanted to play for team Canada. I wanted to play in the Olympics. That was that was what I knew. That was everything I worked for and I was well on my weight that I went to the coaches and I tried to explain to them what was going on and quite honestly their response to me was what it helps to know. What already made the team? They knew they wanted to select me that year. And I was finally get that chance to live my dream and it's obviously been one of the hugest moments of my life but not for anything I WANNA remember. Kazan's there was no at that point. What I eventually learned was a severe panic. Disorder and AGORAPHOBIA. Ocd clinical depression had literally taken over my life. And I spent the next five years unable to leave my apartment. Valey participating in my diagnosis just kind of scraping by and doing the bare minimum to survive and after five years I realized that just didn't see the point anymore and at that point I knew I had to make a decision and somehow I found it in me to start fighting and I learned everything I could about mental illness and the system and how it works and what supports are available when I really kind of became at the risk of sounding unhealthy obsessed with my own recovery and I got to a place where. I live very comfortably with my diagnosis. It doesn't mean it's gone. I live with it every day but now I live with it as a professional speaker and travel the world helping others learn how to cope and manage. I also work as a firefighter. I managed to go back and play for team. Canada's inline hockey team and it's really just kind of become a journey that I'm so passionate about because I understand how hopeless it feels but more importantly I understand how hard it is to find hope and defined real help and support and understanding about mental illness. And I just want to be a part of that. Narrative does mental illness. Run in your family. Yes yes and no I mean. I've always done this whole. Why did it happen to me and I think we always look for the answers because if we could find the answers we can fix the problem? Certainly on my on my Dad's side of the family. There's some depression but it wasn't so prevalent that I ever knew about. It wasn't something that I was ever made aware of. It didn't show itself to me until I actually understood what I was dealing with. And you said that you're now living comfortably with your mental illness. What does that mean? I'm fully functioning. It doesn't affect my day to day life in a way. It did in the way. It did kind of earlier on in my diagnosis. I got to a place where I just have an incredible system of support set up around me and I have all of my tools and strategies in place and I'm very quick to identify when I'm not doing well and I've also given others the permission to hold me accountable when they see I'm not doing well and in doing so. It allows me to really react quickly and now. I mean I would challenge that on my worst days of anxiety. I'm at worst as a panic on my worst days of depression doesn't affect me any longer than it would affect somebody getting a bad cold or the you know the stomach flu. It's it's a couple of days of really having to focus on what's brought me back to that place and making sure that I am doing all of the things that I know. Keep me healthy and usually I can rectify it. Just by changing those behaviors. I suffer from generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder. But I think it's so hard that when we're in the middle of it to do the things that we know will make us feel better right like I know that going out and being in my garden digging in the dirt or taking a hike or taking a yoga class. I know that these are the things that will make me feel better and yet it's so hard to break out of it. Do you have any advice for me? Yeah absolutely with love and affection. Not as an not an onerous way. But I think that we forget to practice the things that keep us healthy when we're doing well We get to this place where we let life kind of takeover and that you know that pace of just going and when we're good we don't feel the need to necessarily revert back to that self care in those things that we know keep us healthy feel like so many people only practice crisis response and I think that it's time that people learn education and prevention are really the way to manage things crisis response is really you know. You're too far already. Well and I think that for generations we were told Buck up and so a lot of us are still trying to figure out exactly like that line between actually bucking up and continuing with your life and also acknowledging wait. This is hard. My brain.

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Fighting Youth and Teen Suicide with Kendra Fisher

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:27 min | 1 year ago

Fighting Youth and Teen Suicide with Kendra Fisher

"We are facing an increasing crisis of teen and youth suicide in America and it is especially affecting young girls. Today's episode is a difficult one Kendra Fisher former elite ice hockey player and mental health. Activist and advocate helps me dig into the roots of the problem and what we can do to turn it around years ago. When faced with the opportunity to realize her dream of goaltending for team Canada Kendra was diagnosed with severe anxiety disorder coupled with severe panic attacks depression and agoraphobia forcing her to leave the national program in order to seek help to learn how to live with what had become a crippling disease. She now dedicates her life to helping. Young people get help for their mental illnesses. We turn now to a nationwide tragedy suicide new report from the Centers for disease. Control SAYS IT IS GROWING. Rapidly has been on the rise for more than a decade but nation suicide rate is at its highest point since one thousand nine hundred twelve year old accomplice allegedly harassed. Szechuan included that. You should drink bleach and die. No one likes you and you should go kill yourself. Sedgwick jumped off a near her home. After writing friends nine year old McKenzie atoms last week from other says the fourth grader was the target of Constant Racial Thompson? Name calling I was diagnosed with mental illness and I had no idea where to go so it was actually out at a team. Canada camping in Calgary and leading up to it in the weeks before I'd been to the doctors I've been to the hospital emergency room. I had no idea what was wrong with me. I felt like I was having a heart attack. I felt like it was gonNA Faint. Couldn't breathe swallow and and everybody told me it was fine. I love hockey and I love everything. It's given me both my hockey career. Also it would have had a shelf life and now. I'm in this position where I've learned so much about myself and I've met so many incredible people because of the journey I've been on and hopefully I can be a part of something that might stop somebody else. I'm Kendra Fisher and I'm fighting for the lives of those living with mental illness. Sorry not sorry so I mean. We've got a tough topic today but really before we dive in a love for you to give my listeners. A bit of information about your background. And how did mental health especially in girls become one of your causes? My background is hockey. I mean everything about my background is hockey. I grew up like so many Canadians. Just really wanting to have that red and White Jersey. That had my name on the back and I wanted to play for team Canada. I wanted to go to the Olympics and everything in my life through. My teens really suggests that I was going to be successful in that. I was carded member of team. Canada's National Hockey Program and sometime after high school I just got to a place where symptomatically and not knowing what. It was without a diagnosis. I was off. I just I felt sick all the time I felt like I was making trips to the emergency room constantly. Feeling like I was having a heart attack feeling like I couldn't breathe and it got to a place where unfortunately the perfect storm kind of hit. When I was out at my tryouts for team Canada in ninety nine and I was out at the camp and I just couldn't hide it anymore. It couldn't hide the battle that I was having every single day I grew up in in the greatest. You know possible situation. I had a great family. I had great friends. I was in a small town and I had a dream and my dream was. I wanted to play for team Canada. I wanted to play in the Olympics. That was that was what I knew. That was everything I worked for and I was well on my weight that I went to the coaches and I tried to explain to them what was going on and quite honestly their response to me was what it helps to know. What already made the team? They knew they wanted to select me that year. And I was finally get that chance to live my dream and it's obviously been one of the hugest moments of my life but not for anything I WANNA remember. Kazan's there was no at that point. What I eventually learned was a severe panic. Disorder and AGORAPHOBIA. Ocd clinical depression had literally taken over my life. And I spent the next five years unable to leave my apartment. Valey participating in my diagnosis just kind of scraping by and doing the bare minimum to survive and after five years I realized that just didn't see the point anymore and at that point I knew I had to make a decision and somehow I found it in me to start fighting and I learned everything I could about mental illness and the system and how it works and what supports are available when I really kind of became at the risk of sounding unhealthy obsessed with my own recovery and I got to a place where. I live very comfortably with my diagnosis. It doesn't mean it's gone. I live with it every day but now I live with it as a professional speaker and travel the world helping others learn how to cope and manage. I also work as a firefighter. I managed to go back and play for team. Canada's inline hockey team and it's really just kind of become a journey that I'm so passionate about because I understand how hopeless it feels but more importantly I understand how hard it is to find hope and defined real help and support and understanding about mental illness. And I just want to be a part of that. Narrative does mental illness. Run in your family. Yes yes and no I mean. I've always done this whole. Why did it happen to me and I think we always look for the answers because if we could find the answers we can fix the problem? Certainly on my on my Dad's side of the family. There's some depression but it wasn't so prevalent that I ever knew about. It wasn't something that I was ever made aware of. It didn't show itself to me until I actually understood what I was dealing with. And you said that you're now living comfortably with your mental illness. What does that mean? I'm fully functioning. It doesn't affect my day to day life in a way. It did in the way. It did kind of earlier on in my diagnosis. I got to a place where I just have an incredible system of support set up around me and I have all of my tools and strategies in place and I'm very quick to identify when I'm not doing well and I've also given others the permission to hold me accountable when they see I'm not doing well and in doing so. It allows me to really react quickly and now. I mean I would challenge that on my worst days of anxiety. I'm at worst as a panic on my worst days of depression doesn't affect me any longer than it would affect somebody getting a bad cold or the you know the stomach flu. It's it's a couple of days of really having to focus on what's brought me back to that place and making sure that I am doing all of the things that I know. Keep me healthy and usually I can rectify it. Just by changing those behaviors. I suffer from generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder. But I think it's so hard that when we're in the middle of it to do the things that we know will make us feel better right like I know that going out and being in my garden digging in the dirt or taking a hike or taking a yoga class. I know that these are the things that will make me feel better and yet it's so hard to break out of it. Do you have any advice for me? Yeah absolutely with love and affection. Not as an not an onerous way. But I think that we forget to practice the things that keep us healthy when we're doing well We get to this place where we let life kind of takeover and that you know that pace of just going and when we're good we don't feel the need to necessarily revert back to that self care in those things that we know keep us healthy feel like so many people only practice crisis response and I think that it's time that people learn education and prevention are really the way to manage things crisis response is really you know. You're too far already.

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Corona Personas: Real Housewives Edition

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

03:24 min | 1 year ago

Corona Personas: Real Housewives Edition

"Have a segment that I have duh corona. Personas out of your head and it's GonNa get that is my new favorite Hashtag Corona Persona and a lot of these not only housewives. But you know our our nearest and dearest celebs of our rights of all elks has been taking the the interwebs and developing some real corona personas. Yeah it's like some of your friends are are like the alarmist they're like other people are like doing their memes and their jokes. We've got it all and the housewives have not disappointed in your reactions. I would also like to shout out a listener of ours and someone who is follow on twitter. Who's hilarious and she has been just like diving into see. Where all the house where Casey and I were sending little things back to enforce to each other what the house is doing. But this person has taken it. To a new level I wanted to shout at Kendra James. She's really funny so take a look at her stuff. So one corona persona that has emerged is Ms Ramona singer and she quote feels fortunate to be an isolation with EX HUSBAND. Mario Singer after he cheated six years ago. They are hunker down though they are at a beautiful Italian dinner. The two of them sharing a nice bottle of red. Just really hunkered down there. Are they having sex? Danielle for sure they have always had a very sexual relationship. Yeah so I think. In the time of pandemic they are moving to towards one another. And have you also noticed? Her Corona Persona is stretched like not only. Has she done something to her face? But her the way that she's shooting or her filter has is like a blurry stretch. And there's something going on with that. We all want a vertical stretch. Yeah it now corresponds. Yeah it's a strange like stretch or filter. But I will say. It seems that they are all in Boca. Raton my hometown. I'm playing cards. H You're parks shows a beautiful photo with gorgeous sons and it is liked by one. Kathy Kelly. She says day one of being Hashtag home has shed. School has shag. Mom has shut principal. Hashtag I love. My Son's teaching is not my ministry. God May grant all the MOMS DADS and caretakers patients in grace during this quarantine. Godsend a village. How Shaka Rona how? Iko But nineteen now another corona persona. That I appreciate is Cynthia Bailey. Because she has decided to use this Pacific Time to get the SUNGLASS industry back up now as time. I wonder if she'll be packing up hourglasses. We ordered a year ago. Yeah I was GONNA say as everybody knows we order those still waiting on that and the cargo bag that we ordered from her many years ago so I feel like this she literally is literally coronas on. I'm going to get those I'm at home. I'm going to get those sunglasses ago and I'm GonNa get those orders out. You know now. Knee leaks posted a gorgeous photo and we'll get into this more but of her and Lil Sis Porsche and she's just kind of updating us on where a friendship is at big SIS LIL SIS is back. The past is the past. I don't care about yesterday. We Are Sisters Today Hashtag by receipts

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Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage by Harnessing the Power of Your Infradian Rhythm with Alisa Vitti

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

08:43 min | 1 year ago

Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage by Harnessing the Power of Your Infradian Rhythm with Alisa Vitti

"I'M GONNA jump right in to hormonal advantage. You know a few weeks ago my girlfriend I were having a conversation and it was before she was about to get her period and she was basically in a state where I won't get into all the words but you can curse on this podcast. And so she was like the gist of it was like this does not feel like an advantage right now. This feels like a big weight and a lot of women have thought that before. Why us we go through all the stuff then the top of that the gender pay gap and this thing and that thing and it just feels like. There's a lot of huge burden. That's there on women but in your subtitle you say hormonal advantage. Tell us what's more. I just love that. You bring right to the beginning of this conversation. The cultural narrative and mythology that we're dealing with right. We have inherited a cultural narrative that says that our periods are hormones are a curse that they're problematic that their mysterious that they're unpredictable that they're problematic and that there's nothing to be done and that you're going to enter the mythology is going to be painful and they're going to have symptoms and there's just nothing you can do. Just bide your time until menopause right. That's that's pretty much you know in the nutshell so to speak the narrative that we have the problem with this is a. It's not based on real science. Be It it. Perpetuates a huge behavioral problem for women which has them basically when you believe that something is supposed to be broken when you see it as broken you then do what you take no action right so puts them in in this situation where they don't think that there's anything to do and then they do nothing which then keeps them having symptoms. It's a vicious cycle. So you know it feeds then. It goes right back and feeds this cultural narrative this mythology. That says it's going to be a burden. It's going to be a big problem and women just feel stock and they feel unhappy and the truth of it is. It's completely false. It doesn't to be this way And and I figured out a way for women to liberate themselves from the mythology from the cultural narrative and also from the actual real symptoms to which you're so excited to share about. I can't wait to get into it. Let's talk origin story. Yeah what got you interested in this topic. And what education were you brought up with? And when did things shift for you? Okay so I mean for me I definitely have had my own run in with a hormonal issue That opened my eyes to the limitations of conventional medicine for chronic. Gyn issue so there. I was you know At Johns Hopkins planning to become an Obgyn and had sort of the apex of symptoms. With what I now at what? I now know to be the polycystic Ovarian Syndrome that no one knew that I had so you know at that time for at least seven years. I went undiagnosed I grew up in Massachusetts. I had access to Harvard trained gynecologists than of course at Hopkins. I had access to Hopkins trained gynecology. I had the best of the best and I went undiagnosed for seven years when I finally was able to get a diagnosis. It was through helping my gynecologist by bringing her a report from a medical journal that I had pulled out of the library at school to that had identified all the symptoms that I was having and I said I have this Kendra is what could you share. What the symptoms were. All I had I was. I was fifty pounds heavier than I am. Now I saw had obesity. I was covered face chest and back and cystic acne. I did not meant straight from the age of twelve to twenty two. I had maybe five bleeds two of which were chemically induced with synthetic progesterone. Which if anybody has done that knows that it is delicious experience and so you know it was and I was anxious depressed. Insomnia cle was a mess. Couldn't really function in my day to day. Life with any sort of regularity predictability. I would never know today going to be a day when I had energy was. I going to be in a good mood It was kind of a really negative scary isolating experience And then all the physical symptoms certainly didn't make anyone feel good about themselves. So you know in one of my insomnia coll- nights at the library. I like any young woman in her. Twenty s we do on a Friday night or Saturday night I was like researching medical journals in obstetrics turtles to figure out what was wrong with me because no one had any answers. Everyone was just saying. I'll just go on the pill and that'll solve these problems and I said but you don't even know what the problem is. They said that's true but we should try this anyway and I just didn't feel like that was good medicine for me to to without a known cause take medication for no accurate reason. I believe in more precision kind of based medicine so I found this journal this obstetrics journal and there was a little tiny article about The Stein Leventhal disorder that described my symptoms to a t and all the bells rang inside of my head and I said Oh my gosh this is what I have so i. I waited in the parking lot of my gynecologist office the next morning. She was literally like walking in with her coffee. And just like what are you doing here and I said well you know what I'm doing here is that I would like us to do to specific tests that we have not yet done that. I think will lead us to the conclusion that I have this disorder and she was intrigued enough and gracious enough without having an appointment to do these tests and was able to confirm my diagnosis that. In fact I did have polycystic ovaries and politico very syndrome. And when I I? I was so excited drew like Oh my goodness after years of confusion and dead ends and no answers to have something on a name for it. It was very validating since identity that I'm just crazy right. I'm not something actually going into something going on and I said excellent and I said so now what you know which is sort of like the new Englander in me like now. What do we do? Let's take action and she said well. Unfortunately there isn't really much that we can do for you. This is incurable. And you know we can. You're going to continue to have problems. The obesity that you have today is going to get worse. It might turn into diabetes You will have problems with fertility you may not be able to have children You will have an increased risk of heart disease and cancer. And I'm twenty at this time getting this prognosis after the diagnosis and asking for what support. My Medical Support Team was going offer me and she said we really just don't have anything we can. Just medicate your symptoms along the way and hope for the best but there's nothing that we can do and it was in that moment which I you know. You don't plan for these things. I wasn't like looking to react to particular way I was. It was all happening real time. But in that moment this very specific loud voice or see you know. I don't know how exactly to describe. It was just like that's not your future. An internal wisdom. Good way to describe it and I just repeated that to her. I said that's not my future. So he goes. I was terrified was very terrifying moment to just have to be facing this and so I just repeated what this voice was saying she said well what are you gonNA do. I said I'm going to go take my very expensively trained mind and figure this out and she said well. I'll be here when you want the prescription for the pill and first of all you chase me down on the Paparazzi me. And then tell me. I'M NOT GONNA listen. It was great you were forging your own journey so what happened from there. So that's I proceeded to really get deeply more into the research around functional nutrition epigenetics chronobiology Chinese medicine and really started piecing together what the endocrine system needs to be brought back online. Because fundamentally what I discovered in my research was that most of these conditions these castaway. Gyn conditions like fibroids like Dimitrius like P. C. O. S. Where there's nothing really that we have from conventional medicine to help women like us. That's why I called him castaway because we're kind of like left to figure it out. Is that this. They're fundamentally caused by systematic disruption. And if you simply start to support the endocrine system the body resolves the symptoms and it just works so efficiently and safely across the board for these different conditions. And that's that's really the origin story of my transformation. It was amazing to watch my body. Just recover fifty pounds coming off without deprivation without intense workout my skin clearing up and my ovulation and my cycle coming back. It came back at twenty two and has not left yet.

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Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

"Morning after. LSU's national championship. Victory over Clemson We are still here in New Orleans. Bruce what what do you think will be your lasting image of the game you know. I don't I don't know I mean because it was a lot of thoughts going through my head just seon beyon- early on like when suicide next to me in the press box it felt like for the first couple of drives were not breath not much is going on but then Clemson at LSU backed up their territory. Lot Zero blitzing. They they definitely I think Brent Venables had the LSU offense the ants on its heels and then clemson started to go a little bit in Clemson's did some big plays and I don't know what point was seventeen seven or or something along the lines of that. I I think our colleague Ari Wasserman put out something that was like who covers Ohio state as if it's unclear We all know it's unclear whether this is just a blatant troll job or not. He's after watch. It was early in the game when he said watching these teens. I'm really to do tweets. It was another another one that was a reference to while. Lsu like they were fortunate that they got Oklahoma. 'cause they wouldn't have gotten through like your comes to blow out from Clemson. We saw this movie the last year against Alabama at remember thinking. This offense is GonNa get going where I didn't really expect. Stu was Trevor Lawrence his talented in his as gifted as he is looked more like a freshman last night for you on Monday night then he did last year against Alabama when he actually was a true freshman and Dan so to see that You know it was just like Whoa here at combs it was like an avalanche and it felt like this where I was going with that it felt like when we were sitting there watching it was like all right. Clemson feels like that dominated the first the first half but at one point it was like that controlled the first half and all of a sudden. Now they're down by one another so now they're like a deep hole and Lsu's getting the ball back. It was just think just felt like this thing was destined to happen. Yeah as I in the Lsu locker room and then went back and wrote Sept- sat down to write. It felt like just it was yet another game where Joe Jonesboro dominated and and was yet another. LSU blow out. And then as I kind of look back in my notes you realize Gosh I can hardly remember it now but this was the game was twenty eight to twenty five early in the third quarter after constant score a touchdown then clemson held LSU and it gets the ball back where the chance to take the lead. And I say that because by the time the game was over you would never remember it. was that close Because we saw yet another Sterling performance format from borough Jomar. Chase was unstoppable You know I wrote primarily about borough in my column from the game because I think what we just witnessed was without question region. The greatest season a college quarterback has ever had and to the point. Where you know you and I had podcast in the past where we talked about we debated Cam Cam? Newton's amazing season Vince young amazing season where they ranked in the in the Where they ranked his players right among all time? Great College players. Joe Borough rush like Cam. Newton is gonNA remember for just one season but Each through sixty touchdowns sixty and so oh just to put that in perspective that great Excuse me that great Vince. Young season he had thirty eight D.. Accounted for thirty eight rushing and passing touchdowns Ashdown's Tommie Frazier Ninety Five Nebraska. No that was a different era. He accounted for about two thousand yards of total offense. Borough when you put in his rushing six thousand yards of offense offense and they did it against a schedule that was so tough that when the final. AP poll came out Late Monday night. LSU had beaten five of the top eighteen which were pretty sure has never been done before it was And and and all and by the end you know. We're talking about things things here. That was see that if you had told me what an August that this would happen. I would say that's impossible. And yet he made it look so easy in these games that it certainly didn't impossible while you're watching it. It just seemed like Oh okay yet. Another game where the other defense. DB's can't stop these receivers and boroughs making all the right. Throws Rose is interesting. I spent a lot of the three days down here in New Orleans in the inside with Lsu and a lot of meetings in which just comes back to his hey we got number benign. It was like in there is talking about like any. NFL personnel person. Or anything like that but then there is Joe. Bureau was so much better than any other quarterback in the country because of how he operated this system are poised is how accurate. How great he is off script when the defense does something I don't know why feel compelled to touch on this but you know obviously you have this back and forth over the last. Probably Five Years About Cam Newton where he was the one thing I would. I'd say Cam Newton had nobody around him. You know the the only thing close to him as an NFL prospects even remotely was fairly on the other side of the ball. Joe Borough Roll. Had Mortiz went wild last night he actually had three drop passes well. Aj Terrell is considered to be a really good cornerback and and the poor guy gave up to fifty plus yard catches to chase in the first half. They eventually had to switch to a new to trying trying different DB On him. Well Oh I think what you were saying. I totally grew the greatest Offensive seem season. We've seen from a from a college quarterback but I would ask you this and haven't done enough research on it. You know their body work as a team matches up with anybody right and they. We beaten some some really good teams by double digits now to me and I I would argue that the Miami Ed Reed that team as the most talented team. The what I do think is like this team hasn't loaded with the level of. I think ridiculously future hall of fame kind of pro bowl guys. I mean we'll see I mean. Obviously the gap between Kendra. She was a really good quarterback and Joe Arrow is significant. But I would ask ask you. Is this the greatest offense you've ever seen in college yes. This was the greatest offense in college football. I was thinking trying to think of comparisons and to to to what you said. We've seen a lot of great offenses that like for instance. The chip Kelly Oregon offenses that took college football by storm in time. Seemed unstoppable. Darren Thomas was the quarterback right. It wasn't a guy who's going to be the number one pick in the draft maybe think about some of these Oklahoma offenses recently. Certainly certainly the ones with Baker Mayfield Cuyler Murray season those offenses were prolific. But in both cases they eventually ran into a team that was more talented than them and was able to at least neutralize it. Lsu I think an an order on his set it and I think it's true what we saw. This season was just the perfect storm and the perfect combination of the quarterback. The offense that job Brady brought in the play calling reis even Zinger and just this insane set of receivers and also Clyde. You know who you're right about. Oh my gosh. That guy is unbelievable. A tackle them last night. Just every everything that needed to lineup lined up. I think it was the thing that you know not to go too. Big on Clyde there because the numbers aren't like Numbers but I think the element of having thing like it is the pick your poison where somebody's going to go all right. We gotTA worry about twenty two more and then also the one who won the won the Belichick off award you know. He was considered the greatest receiver. ALGEBRA's true sophomore. I think it was like and then that gets to touchdown. That was the kind of flurry that I think that they're just capable capable of and I I don't want him to bring up Ohio state. I was like it did not feel to me as impressive. This clemson was last year. is the president. We thought they were Dabo. Sweeney talking about the lack of respect. If all season to me there was no doubt who is the better team after watching that it last

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

"Morning after. LSU's national championship. Victory over Clemson We are still here in New Orleans. Bruce what what do you think will be your lasting image of the game you know. I don't I don't know I mean because it was a lot of thoughts going through my head just seon beyon- early on like when suicide next to me in the press box it felt like for the first couple of drives were not breath not much is going on but then Clemson at LSU backed up their territory. Lot Zero blitzing. They they definitely I think Brent Venables had the LSU offense the ants on its heels and then clemson started to go a little bit in Clemson's did some big plays and I don't know what point was seventeen seven or or something along the lines of that. I I think our colleague Ari Wasserman put out something that was like who covers Ohio state as if it's unclear We all know it's unclear whether this is just a blatant troll job or not. He's after watch. It was early in the game when he said watching these teens. I'm really to do tweets. It was another another one that was a reference to while. Lsu like they were fortunate that they got Oklahoma. 'cause they wouldn't have gotten through like your comes to blow out from Clemson. We saw this movie the last year against Alabama at remember thinking. This offense is GonNa get going where I didn't really expect. Stu was Trevor Lawrence his talented in his as gifted as he is looked more like a freshman last night for you on Monday night then he did last year against Alabama when he actually was a true freshman and Dan so to see that You know it was just like Whoa here at combs it was like an avalanche and it felt like this where I was going with that it felt like when we were sitting there watching it was like all right. Clemson feels like that dominated the first the first half but at one point it was like that controlled the first half and all of a sudden. Now they're down by one another so now they're like a deep hole and Lsu's getting the ball back. It was just think just felt like this thing was destined to happen. Yeah as I in the Lsu locker room and then went back and wrote Sept- sat down to write. It felt like just it was yet another game where Joe Jonesboro dominated and and was yet another. LSU blow out. And then as I kind of look back in my notes you realize Gosh I can hardly remember it now but this was the game was twenty eight to twenty five early in the third quarter after constant score a touchdown then clemson held LSU and it gets the ball back where the chance to take the lead. And I say that because by the time the game was over you would never remember it. was that close Because we saw yet another Sterling performance format from borough Jomar. Chase was unstoppable You know I wrote primarily about borough in my column from the game because I think what we just witnessed was without question region. The greatest season a college quarterback has ever had and to the point. Where you know you and I had podcast in the past where we talked about we debated Cam Cam? Newton's amazing season Vince young amazing season where they ranked in the in the Where they ranked his players right among all time? Great College players. Joe Borough rush like Cam. Newton is gonNA remember for just one season but Each through sixty touchdowns sixty and so oh just to put that in perspective that great Excuse me that great Vince. Young season he had thirty eight D.. Accounted for thirty eight rushing and passing touchdowns Ashdown's Tommie Frazier Ninety Five Nebraska. No that was a different era. He accounted for about two thousand yards of total offense. Borough when you put in his rushing six thousand yards of offense offense and they did it against a schedule that was so tough that when the final. AP poll came out Late Monday night. LSU had beaten five of the top eighteen which were pretty sure has never been done before it was And and and all and by the end you know. We're talking about things things here. That was see that if you had told me what an August that this would happen. I would say that's impossible. And yet he made it look so easy in these games that it certainly didn't impossible while you're watching it. It just seemed like Oh okay yet. Another game where the other defense. DB's can't stop these receivers and boroughs making all the right. Throws Rose is interesting. I spent a lot of the three days down here in New Orleans in the inside with Lsu and a lot of meetings in which just comes back to his hey we got number benign. It was like in there is talking about like any. NFL personnel person. Or anything like that but then there is Joe. Bureau was so much better than any other quarterback in the country because of how he operated this system are poised is how accurate. How great he is off script when the defense does something I don't know why feel compelled to touch on this but you know obviously you have this back and forth over the last. Probably Five Years About Cam Newton where he was the one thing I would. I'd say Cam Newton had nobody around him. You know the the only thing close to him as an NFL prospects even remotely was fairly on the other side of the ball. Joe Borough Roll. Had Mortiz went wild last night he actually had three drop passes well. Aj Terrell is considered to be a really good cornerback and and the poor guy gave up to fifty plus yard catches to chase in the first half. They eventually had to switch to a new to trying trying different DB On him. Well Oh I think what you were saying. I totally grew the greatest Offensive seem season. We've seen from a from a college quarterback but I would ask you this and haven't done enough research on it. You know their body work as a team matches up with anybody right and they. We beaten some some really good teams by double digits now to me and I I would argue that the Miami Ed Reed that team as the most talented team. The what I do think is like this team hasn't loaded with the level of. I think ridiculously future hall of fame kind of pro bowl guys. I mean we'll see I mean. Obviously the gap between Kendra. She was a really good quarterback and Joe Arrow is significant. But I would ask ask you. Is this the greatest offense you've ever seen in college yes. This was the greatest offense in college football. I was thinking trying to think of comparisons and to to to what you said. We've seen a lot of great offenses that like for instance. The chip Kelly Oregon offenses that took college football by storm in time. Seemed unstoppable. Darren Thomas was the quarterback right. It wasn't a guy who's going to be the number one pick in the draft maybe think about some of these Oklahoma offenses recently. Certainly certainly the ones with Baker Mayfield Cuyler Murray season those offenses were prolific. But in both cases they eventually ran into a team that was more talented than them and was able to at least neutralize it. Lsu I think an an order on his set it and I think it's true what we saw. This season was just the perfect storm and the perfect combination of the quarterback. The offense that job Brady brought in the play calling reis even Zinger and just this insane set of receivers and also Clyde. You know who you're right about. Oh my gosh. That guy is unbelievable. A tackle them last night. Just every everything that needed to lineup lined up. I think it was the thing that you know not to go too. Big on Clyde there because the numbers aren't like Numbers but I think the element of having thing like it is the pick your poison where somebody's going to go all right. We gotTA worry about twenty two more and then also the one who won the won the Belichick off award you know. 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How Metal Toxicity Affects Health And Aging

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

09:31 min | 1 year ago

How Metal Toxicity Affects Health And Aging

"You're going to one hundred eighty you're going to be full of metals metals inhibit metal Kendra function. They lower your testosterone because hair loss they caused grain and they cause cancer As was actually a whole bunch of other diseases you've got to lower your exposure to them and you have to get rid of them as you live. Hi I'm K- pro. At one of the producers of the doctors pharmacy podcast genetic variations. Make some people more prone to heavy metal toxicity. Some of us are very very good at detoxifying while others are not in this mini episode Dr Hyman shares his personal experience with mercury poisoning in conversation with founder and CEO of bulletproof. Three Sixty Dave asprey. Let's listen in there's compounds I read about called key leading agents that you can take with your food when I eat Sushi. You need the fat from. I'm fishing. I take cla which is a fracture. Also while Klerl will bind to the mercury in the Gutsy poop it out but clearly will not pull mercury out of your brain so so what you end up doing is over time you lower the incidence of metal entering your body and you slowly remove. What's in your body and I talk about how to do that in the book but if you don't know that metals matter and you're just sort can you roger how much metals you have in your system and yeah there's two ways in supreme that I write about the gold standard is you collect urine and see what your body's excreting with or without an agent that may cause you to release more and more common and cheaper way but less telling is a hair test and there's usefulness for both of those but you can go to functional medicine doctor and say I'd like to do have medals test and they're usually order a urine test for you and it's it's very common to find elevated mercury and lead in fact if you're over forty you're probably going to find it? Yeah so here. He let me share the practicing physician. Who won suffered suffered from mercury poisoning added to and to have straighted literally tens of thousands of people with mental poisoning and have done tens of thousands of tests? And I would say it's probably one of the most ignored and underappreciated causes of chronic disease. He's that doctors don't know how to think about well. Measure and personally for me. I lived in China. It got huge exposure to mercury. I don't have great jeans detoxifying. And it destroyed every system to my body yet destroyed my gut. I had diarrhea for for years and bloating and pain. It destroyed my might Aqa Andrea. I develop chronic fatigue syndrome and there was such an extreme version that my muscle enzymes were high my CBK's wok six six hundred. My liver was affected. My immune system was affected. I sort of rashes and sores all over I was completely cognitively impaired. I couldn't focus distinct concentrate remember I was you know in your your thoughts. This is like you know twenty five years ago and I was so bad and I literally had to become an expert in mercury and heavy metals detoxification. And I've written a lot about it but I think you know I would say that for many of my patients who suffer from weird a strange elements. It's ready things to look at and the only way to really know what your body burden is. You can look at your blood but that only ninety. Yeah I mean if you're eating a lot of Sushi you'll it's high but I'd ages stop. It'll go away. You can look at your urine but you're in also wasn't going to be high unless there's an current exposure so if the lead foundry or your you know eating tons of Sushi I might see a little bit of mercury the only way to really look at your body burden. It's a challenge test where you take a pill. It's a key later. And you clicks this year and for six hours hair tests also check for fish methylmercury which is where we mostly get our our mercury from that that also will go away if you haven't eaten fish for awhile and then there's another test that looks at the blood work that measures the inorganic mercury which comes from pollution in or from fillings. And that's called the quicksilver test and that that is surprisingly when people have a mouthful of fillings and you can see the difference between fish or or or or Ah Dental Mercury. I and the treatments are depending on the person you know can be very aggressive depending on what they need a guy. I've a patient. WHO's got this terrible herbal autoimmune disease and giving her intravenous support other people can do is oral support? There's medications but it's it's it's a whole process. It has to be done safely. I think your point is really well taken. I think it's an under served. An under appreciated component of medicine and a hopefully one day. We'll get on board with this just because it's just I mean it was interesting there was there was a An article near Time said I was quoted and it was based on the special forces. Oh yeah the says get lead right. Yeah so this guy. This guy came to see me. Whose job was he was a special forces guy who was a blast expert so they go blow up stuff you know blow up doors up up this and they had to train and practice and they had indoor practice training and and these guys were getting all sick and out you know the special forces? This guys aren't lingers. They're not Weiner's I don't feel good at work. Those aren't those guys either guys who stay in freezing ice water for an hour and swim right right right and do four thousand pushups and like you know. Don't sleep for three days. I mean these guys are not Weiner's humans and so the guy came in. I'm like okay. Well tell me you want your job like oh we blow stuff up we shoot like Oh okay and so I said let's check your heavy metals. And they were sky high. We put him there whole program. He was metabolically. Quiz system was working. He was overweight. PREDIABETES had cognitive functioning immune issues gut issues all got better and then he started sending special forces guys to us us. We start treating them and they just got better and one of them was written about in the New York Times how has his medical crew and everybody dismissed him and he completely turned around and the guy who is the lead expert at Mount Sinai who measures bone lead which is the most accurate way to measure leading the body. It's not an easy easy available commercial test but it's a very powerful research tool. He said these guys had really high levels of lead and he said on the follow up tests he saw the level's come way down and he says he's never seen that in his entire experience and this is a guy who was an expert in. How can you be an extra in lead in not know how to the body drives me nuts? It's not because it's not seen as a problem acute poisoning yes chronic poisoning. No and there's nothing you can do about it. It's just nonsense and there's in fact an FDA approved drug called the MSA yes Zayn for lead removal and actually removes mercury. So I think you know people listening if you have any stranger where two elements if you have anxiety. Depression Russian insomnia autoimmune disease gut issues fatigue. Cognitive issues it may well be heavy metals and And you need to find a good functional medicine doctor to help you diagnose that are you gonNa Functional Medicine Dot. Org Ifm Dot Org and you can find a practitioner. Who May know how to do this? I I'm GonNa go a little bit broader than go. If you are over fifty you and you have not gone through a course of action. You are not doing aging right. You have to do this if you are alive in the modern world and you wanna live to a highly functional old age and the reason I say this is that the safe. EPA limits for lead us to be twenty parts per million and they cut his forty goes forty two twenty ten to five five and now they're finding even down to one. They're seeing cognitive impairment and kids cognitive impairment and increased risk of cardiovascular disease and now the people who are the experts in letter saying quote there is no safe limit of lead in. If you are forty or fifty you cannot be alive and not have a lead burden in your body. You must remove it and it's not that hard especially if you're not really sick it's not gonna be a big deal and it's so strange because medicine just ignores this but in the journal circulation which which is one of the top cardiology journals. It was a paper number years ago that showed that if your level was over two which is quote within the normal which which by the way affects almost forty percent of the population. Has Your risk of stroke goes up eighty nine percent. The risk of a heart attack goes up one hundred and fifty percent. The risk of death goes up from a heart attack fifty five percent and this is more than smoking or cholesterol. Wake and it's like. Why doesn't your cardiologists talk to you about this? So what are the. What are the basic tips? If you're not getting a key. lated what are the basic tips for detoxifying detoxifying not just metals or you mean metals metals. Like how I mean. How or it all works for everything but how do you? One of my favorite compounds is glued Afyon and you can increase glucose levels by increasing vitamin C. BY TAKING NS Beatles osteen I- manufacturer glorify on pill. You can get intravenous glutathione which acid and you do you go to find out your clinics right. Yeah Yeah and we do it at upgrade labs in La for people to recover better. I'm Alpha LIPOIC. ACID is another thing selenium can help and and Zinc zinc can help the natural key later Cilantro but surprisingly. You WANNA take to launch only after you've removed most of the metal from your body because Asandra can actually move heavy metals into the brain because it's one of the things that can also penetrate the blood barrier so you go through and you say you know I'm just going to build some of these in on a regular because base and then you need fiber and P and sweat shocking. How those

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"kendra" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"kendra" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"And how do they feel about. You know how that whole thing I think from my standpoint I don't I don't have any any ill feelings towards them at all all I think because I know how they acted was from a place of of protection and love That was always as the attitude I got from them. In regards to this it was never like I said it was never were shamed at this. We can't tell anyone we're embarrassed by this It was I could just sense is that it was from a place of protection. I think they and they haven't really been open with me about how they truly felt And and dealing with it I think they had a lot of guilt You know as you get older and you can kind of start to see through you know what your parents tell you. That's that's BS. Yes but I just feel like at least one point they would have been like Kendra remember that thing when you were twelve like are you okay. Like how's it going. Can we do we. You talk about somebody that you WANNA talk to. You know we help you like never going on inside never which is crazy And from Outside I can. I can see why people like what is going on there like why. Why was that like not even like Hey Kendra like you know the time when you were told you were born both gender like how you doing with that? I mean we're like wait. Did that actually happen. Like some dream that I had out of body experience it was like transporting to a different different realm and just like wait. I just hear that right like I'm both so so yeah I think I think they. They harbored a lot of guilt over it. Like you're you're like a like a superhero or you're you're not the avengers. Here's who are the ones that all go to the school the mutants. Oh Tino the teenage mutant Ninja. Turn now the one where the guy in the wheelchair. Another superhero movies. You don't WanNa kids. That are different and they go to the school and I honestly thought called help us. Yeah Yeah you're you're kind of an ex-man ex-man yeah. Yeah but we'RE NOT GONNA talk about file that away and you're exactly right. It's funny because I was having a conversation station with with one of my buddies. His name is Mike He was saying like you know what your story reminds me of this this This animated cartoon that he used to watch and I. I don't remember the name of it. But he was like this cartoon had all these cool superpowers and never felt like he could tell. Share it with the world because he thought that everyone would think he was weird and he he was embarrassed about it but really when he did tell them made everyone like him and think he was just coolest thing and I was like. That's yeah that's pretty cute right. I'll go with that. I don't have superpowers but right so just to be clear. Like I use the word mutant because that's what the.

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"kendra" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"kendra" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So here's the thing I'm kind of old. I recently turned fifty three. My formative years were in the late seventies and early eighties and that was a time when I think I can safely say gender for the most part was basically considered word binary male female. You're born a boy or you. Were born a girl fixed. That's that end of discussion. Well Times have changed in lots of ways of course and one of those ways the way that we think about and understand gender this rising rising increased awareness. That's developing around the non binary nature the fluidity of gender roles gender identity the very nature of gender and sexual identity itself and given that indulge me for a moment. I want you to imagine what it would be like to to be born. Both male and female genetically Intersex which essentially means being born with certain variations insects characteristics. Now I want you to imagine trying to navigate the world from this non binary biological disposition. Well this is the story ory of Kendra Little Kendra somebody who was raised as a girl and at age twelve. She learned for the very first time that she was born with something. Called androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. which is a variation on intersex that affects between two to five? Out of one hundred thousand people upon upon receiving this news Kendra proceeded to isolate herself emotionally As a girl quote unquote girl. She never discussed it with anyone and basically dove headlong into sports a place where she excelled and felt at home but eventually the dissonance this disconnect this this dichotomy between her true self and that which she held out to the world became just too much to bear and prompted her to walk away from a promising career as a professional golfer but it also led her on this kind of amazing journey of self discovery and ultimately wholeness now now able to fully embrace her own identity Very recently I might add Kendra is sharing her story with the intention of helping to change the way that we we think about and talk about Gender Constructs and also to bring comfort to anyone who may feel alone or ashamed of how they were born. I really love this conversation. It's incredible but before we dig in. Let's do some housekeeping..

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"kendra" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"kendra" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"You did he fully yeah so hopefully fully point five the morning if you're just joining us for today's seconded update Kendra is.

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"kendra" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"kendra" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"Gonna lose this business and many businesses many businesses shuttered during this time for these exact types of scenarios, and I finally was able to get a local Bank who I could sit across the table with a woman, president of the Bank who knew me, and she knew that I had the nasty, and I may look the I'll give you everything I own up for collateral like literally I don't own that much. But I promise you, I will pay this back. I promise you if you believe in me, and she did it because I could have a human conversation with her and a Texas Bank saved Kendra, Scott. So let's talk about sitting on the floor crying. Oh, good. Yeah. So he's already made me cry. So yes, I was like the first five seconds made me cry. But I think it's important because I think so many people always think they hear, you know, your success, but they don't hear about crying on the floor. Right. And I think this is also I like to save for so many women we do a disservice. Also, two other people to say, no, I lost my weight right away. Oh, I bounce right back. Oh, I found a guy got divorced. And I'm on the new thing. You know? It's not true. Right. And so I think it's important like when you're sitting on the floor crying. And you don't have the money you think you can't make up what inside of you tribute to like, I can do this. I could go on you know, I think it's a couple of things I first of all failure was not an option like I had already failed before once in my first business, which is a little hat company. And I remember that feeling and being. Like, okay, I'm not going to let this happen again. And I knew in my heart of hearts, I had something good. I knew we were onto something. Good. But it's like you look like I looked in the faces of my two sons, and it gave me amazing amount of strength. And I looked at my mother who I shared with you came from a farming community where her dad and her brothers were mining at night and working the fields during the day. And I thought you know, what they got up every day. And they they did it they figured out a way to do it. And it's like there's this fire. Sometimes inside you that you have to graphs like down deep, and it is literally like talking to yourself like pull yourself off the floor because you can do two things in those moments. You can cover your head up with the covers close, the drapes and say, I give up and that's it. And I don't know why I'm doing this. This is too hard. Did you ever think of that? Oh, yeah. I mean, and you can have those moments. But then it's important for you to think like, okay or option two is I can get out of bed. I can. Wash my hair. That's always a good start taking a shower house. And it is like, okay. What am I going to do proactively today to move forward to progress forward? And if I get turned away again at another Bank, or if I'm getting I'm just going to go to another one, and I'm going to go to another one, and I'm going to go to another one. And I think it's at tenacity of I'm not going to give up and also realize like when this was all happening. I realized how I was running. My business was not really the smartest way the recession to me was the greatest gift that ever happened to Kendra Scott way. So we were only selling wholesale at the time so to other retailers and the recession made me realize I had all my eggs in one basket, and when the wholesaler, he's not retail companies the buyers were losing their jobs. They were getting laid off every day boutiques were shuttering that I had worked with for many many years, and I knew that I had to control the conversation with my customer that I was allowing other stores to do that. And the only way I could do that with to get into retail..

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"kendra" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"kendra" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Episode picture this the American dream. So whatever your American dream is whatever you think of whatever you think somebody who doesn't live here with my. It was not from here. Somebody who's never been here. Thanks of when I think of the American dream what it means to be a thriving American family. Our guest today. Mrs Kendra Barnes. She was living that dream that was her life. What you've just imagined that was her life. So the big house the great job, the international travel, multiple times a year, everything you name it. The custom closet the fancy cars all. All that stuff. Right. And then one day get this one day, she heads over to a family member's house to play a board game a board game, you know, like chess checkers shoots and ladders monopoly. All that good stuff. Right. This board game that she plays completely uproots her lifestyle per American dream lifestyle that she's built in that she's created completely turns it on its axis and she heads in a completely different direction because of this board game, and she was able to figure out the she was not living the life that she wanted. Not yet. Not quite she felt like she was there. But she felt like there was something missing in this board game expose that thing for what it was. And she realized she was not building wealth. So if you wanna learn about Kendra Barnes and her next actions than stay tuned after this tip of the week to raise of the week. This week. It is short and sweet I'm doing shoutouts item. Child's people who are leaving reviews were telling me that they love the podcast they loved inspiration. They love the guests that we have on the show and their insight. If you wanna go ahead and do that for us. If you want to get us out there and show items and show Citron show Spotify and Google play that this podcast to be reckoned with this a podcast that more people need to listen to this is a podcast that they need to put on their charts as recommended than just leave a five star review and telephoned if you leave a five star review and Tele friend, you have made enormous efforts, and allowing us to be more people's ears, and allowing us have more of an impact. So the two reviews this week that I am going to give a shout out. To are the first one is by Kip bolts and Kim bolt says I love this podcast. It keeps me learning. And it keeps me positive on my future plans. Thanks to Ray. Thank you the second. Review is by not happy anymore. Twenty three while the hope this podcast makes you happy because you said that this is your favorite podcasts. And it goes on to say I stumbled on this podcast in December of twenty seventeen. And I have been hooked your guys hooked at been hooked ever since. I love the knowledge that is presented each week. And it's only motivating me to grind more. I also appreciate everything you do man. I'm assuming that that man is me. So I thank you for that. Also, thank you for your guidance giving during our breakthrough call it didn't go on deaf ears. Awesome. So guys if you don't know what this person.

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"kendra" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kendra" Discussed on The Canon

"But yeah i think this movie i think it's important i think it it also just the fact that it has one of our major movie stars giving one of his first you would argue his better of his first famous performances i would i think he's a great them louise i think shows he can have heat but here he actually tristen ages you've see it not just in his face you see in his carriage you see him go from like invulnerable shine a young boy to world weary men like living in a moment we're finally it's like the family that kills together stays together or doesn't say together 'cause i'm gonna piece out but the idea of damnation is so interesting here like the idea of him feeling like a cursed everyone he loves like nothing in this is easy and i respect that a lot about it yeah so fine i'm gonna vote yes and legend the fall to you've convinced me kendra i'm so happy i was really i was really concerned about what you were gonna to see if we have convinced anybody else so go to the kennan on dot com you'll find a forum thread you'll find the voting folder for religion the fall you'll cast your yes and no vote you'll explain your yes and no vote really consider yes or no vote in kendra where can people find you on twitter i'm at kendra james underscore the underscores important because there's a porn star who was also named kendra james and she gets real annoyed.

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"kendra" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kendra" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"And sorry it's not snooky that picked you but she was busy hanging out with kendra which kendra needs all the support she can get even from snooky obviously because kendra is a fishery filing for divorce to be honest i thought that was going to happen when the allegations of the cheating with the i could be wrong but i coulda sworn it was a transgender model but like i said i i don't know what type of model that individual was so yeah they she really did work on it and got some more seasons and some checks for the baby's so that's great and you know best shies on me good for her good for both them trying and i love that she put out about coparenting and you'll see them together because at the end of the day that's what matters the most are the kids and seeing that their parents get along and so it seems like they're taking the high mature road so good for you kendra yellow his beyond top girl seriously i am actually shocked because i thought it was fake all that drama but now like i want to go back and rewatch it like oh well this was real i thought maybe two they're trying to just get because we faked so many fights that's good story line i should have had an affair with the transgender law aw great ratings of the hills just behind schedule so that's my logic obviously and then speaking of also drama with relationships first off congratulations to khloe kardashian who had her baby girl davis its name her name you know i am not sure if that's been revealed i don't think that has a known it's a little unfortunate the circumstances of how the baby just came a little maybe faster than plan based off of the news that khloe had to watch on tmz if you guys caught this but look set up to me and once again i don't know what scripted maybe kris jenner was like we need to take tristen down for some jaama and hire these two girls to grab on justin's.

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"kendra" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kendra" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"I thank you thank you have much pretty much yet israeli why does that you were at playboy before kendra i was and then i am but i was just going after having a good time and i think i i pose them the year that kendra became a one of the girlfriends and then kendra night um we are friends but i was like in a serious relationship so we just like you know we'd party here and there but i didn't party to the extent of going out as much as they did because i was in a serious relationship and then it wasn't and tell she pretty much may hank that we became my best friends and you know i'm the godmother to our children in now i mean what ten plus years then you know friendship still going strong in good and yet you laser like the best friends everyone would want to be or like at least me i'm like oh you get like reality tv award best friends or something i wasn't invited to the awards over someone tweeted meal under thanks that is how it can cause did you see we want to go did we invited she is now was a clause that is so narrow i know colleagues i seemed like really supportive of each other but you're like fine and you guys still good at they yes and yeah deal like we're talking about earlier though it is hard to find like a good um you know group of like real good moms and she's just a very realistic mom you know about you know how things go with you know she's she has no filter so it was just nice you know i had babies after her and you know just kind of getting her advice and stuff and it she just really taught me like all right you know you still got to make temporary self you still gotta do you you know you got to be happy you gotta do this and and i took some of advice and i didn't take some of her priced by you know it's it's really helped me you know being a mom and you know and you know you even see it you said you know how happy and that's i mean heidi you can listen to all these moms for days and you can be yourself up but just don't pleased yeah i think so i am going to stop asking.

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"kendra" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kendra" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"I thank you thank you have much pretty much yet israeli why does that you were at playboy before kendra i was and then i am but i was just going after having a good time and i think i i pose them the year that kendra became a one of the girlfriends and then kendra night um we are friends but i was like in a serious relationship so we just like you know we'd party here and there but i didn't party to the extent of going out as much as they did because i was in a serious relationship and then it wasn't and tell she pretty much may hank that we became my best friends and you know i'm the godmother to our children in now i mean what ten plus years then you know friendship still going strong in good and yet you laser like the best friends everyone would want to be or like at least me i'm like oh you get like reality tv award best friends or something i wasn't invited to the awards over someone tweeted meal under thanks that is how it can cause did you see we want to go did we invited she is now was a clause that is so narrow i know colleagues i seemed like really supportive of each other but you're like fine and you guys still good at they yes and yeah deal like we're talking about earlier though it is hard to find like a good um you know group of like real good moms and she's just a very realistic mom you know about you know how things go with you know she's she has no filter so it was just nice you know i had babies after her and you know just kind of getting her advice and stuff and it she just really taught me like all right you know you still got to make temporary self you still gotta do you you know you got to be happy you gotta do this and and i took some of advice and i didn't take some of her priced by you know it's it's really helped me you know being a mom and you know and you know you even see it you said you know how happy and that's i mean heidi you can listen to all these moms for days and you can be yourself up but just don't pleased yeah i think so i am going to stop asking.

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"kendra" Discussed on The Strong Stance

The Strong Stance

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"kendra" Discussed on The Strong Stance

"Mm hmm uh uh eight eight good evening good evening strong fanta listeners that is your host we lost strong am i have another spotlight episode for you i will you love these episodes because i get to showcase yet another person in our brilliant community of trans engender nonconforming a non binary lives my guest on this episode is kendra brill kendra is a transgender prison reform activist advocate in motivational speaker she'd recently published a book with testa carlo de chilling her through substance abuse two years in prison transition name change legal battles and finding in kuhn and claiming her face so kendra thank you so much for joining me how're you doing i'm great thank you very very blessed well i wanna before we even get too you know why the big things that of course i want to talk about tonight is your book and your face and kind of what the half was like uh and how you got to that but before we do that i really just want to kind of did the the listeners an idea about your background so you know i'll tell tell our listeners some about self where'd you grow up what was your youth like or or anything else that you want to share with our listeners well a lot of that childhood stuff is real raw and hard for me um i was the product of an affair my mother had so pretty much my life my existence on this earth has been a lie at the expense of stay in my own family members my both father mother so i i didn't find out sales thirteen i had a stepfather who is in the military who raised me very very strongly very much tied to make a man out of me in me up i guess i wasn't his child so he could do whatever he wanted i um i found peace them just being alone because there was really no safe place for a person like me the different person i knew that there was something different about me i think the first revelation in my life was the facts that i wasn't born in the right gender mike lindell can didn't match where my mind is.

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