35 Burst results for "Kristin"
Interview With Rashida Jones of MSNBC
"Before we start diving into all things about you and your career. We'd like to get started with lightning round just for all of us to warm up questions. Quick answers are you ready first job on your resume or while if i go all the way back. My first shot was fourteen. I was a camp counselor for a summer. Camp in virginia was the coolest job ever. Because i got to play with kids all day and had a lot of fun. Worse job on your resume. Here's the weird they. I have loved that i've worked. I would say if i had to rank them probably my stint at pizza hut. Yeah i learned. There's an art to assembling the pepperonis in a certain order where the kids were pretty hot. The tips weren't great. But i found a way to have fun with it. Do you have any secret hobbies or skills. I'm really into movies. And when i do have free time. I like watching kind of weird random movies on all of the streaming platforms kind of been a little bit of a of a release. The last like random weird movie so going to get the title wrong state wrong every time but the raynham verani newly this movie on amazon prime in. It's about this couple that goes to an open house in. They can't ever leave the house and they wind up living in that house in this community with no other people. I don't like the for like ten years. it's weird. it was super weird. And i watched it twice but it was. It was scary. Finish the sentence. What best describes your work day working nine till forever. It's nonstop in a good way. This weird thing about working cable is surprise were always on tv or always on some streaming platform. So it's just kind of a continuous thing and you just have to decide alright. I've done all the damage i can do for today out. Pick it up tomorrow. But it doesn't really stop. What is the hardest interview or panel. You have enough. Yeah you have to news team for. I would say the hardest one was that final debate. Kristen welker moderating and trump in biden and it was hard because it was so consequential it was hard because we were also in the process of planning for election night coverage we had just done a town hall a week or two before that with trump a for that with bide so it was all of those things happen at once on top of it being one of the most important interviews so to speak That i've ever worked on but when you get to work with someone like kristin it becomes a
Interview With Kristin Dodson of Flatbush Misdemeanors
"Welcome to the black gunners podcast. I'm your host rain and are you mismatch comedy in your life basically showed us gonna keep it real. Tell you the struggles of the city life. And y'all it's just sometimes struggle issues. Through i mean that's all i can say when you follow into characters of this. Show dan and kevin. I'm talking about flatbush. Misdemeanors own showtime. And you know my thing about dan and kevin on this show is i feel like they're not making the right connections because they're officials out of water and flatbush brooklyn you know. They're not talking to the right. People don't have key players as xactly. When i'm saying is they don't know kristen dotson they might you know masters i'm telling measures where now i exactly but you know you hear over there. Beautiful laugh over the hagedorn. Kristen thank you for joining me. bob away. I'm so glad that you has invited me to come on here. I'm like super excited. I've actually been a huge fan of you guys. So we'll look. I appreciate it and don't let this be a your first and only time of course not please invite me back anytime but look speaking of the truth though before we get into flatbush Misdemeanors let me talk about some other projects. Gary you keep moving you got things going you did cartoon network's the shivering truth. Tell me about being in the animator. World always like that comparison. They're like when you go on a series and how that is an animation. I mean well for one animation you literally just roll out of bed so up in a you know. Just do your thing. I think now. I inside from that like the other difference especially doing animation like a cartoon if they allow you to can totally change your voice based off with the character there's just a little bit more Freedom in not having to worry about how you look your makeup or anything it's just lifting those words off the page
The Difference Between Fierce and Tender Self-Compassion With Author Kristin Neff
"Kristin neff. Thanks for coming back on the show. Thanks for having me dallas. Love talking with you. Yes you are. One of my favorite guests in your work has had a significant impact on me. So it's great. Have you back on the show. So let's talk definition for a second. What is the difference in your mind between fierce self compassion and tender self compassion self compassion. Has i call it. A yin a yang aspect right. So there's a way in which self compassion just allows us to accept ourselves with kindness and warmth. It's more of a gentle nurturing energy. The type of energy apparent might have for their child who in the can screaming their head off but apparent loves that child unconditionally. Accept some as they are. and so. that's part of self compassion wheat heavily. Hold ourselves. we hold our pay more nurturing. More warmer understanding but compassion in the broader sense is about alleviating suffering right that really defines what compassion is concerned with alleviating suffering. And although we may need to accept our cells sometimes. We don't want to accept our behaviors or we don't want to accept a situation we're in that's causing harm and that's where fear self compassion comes in fear. Self compassion is the action oriented side of compassion as opposed to just accepting side we ourselves. Hey this this behavior. Doing it's not working for you. You know you need to change it because it's causing you harm or it might be. Hey i want to encourage you to try this new thing or to reach your goals or motivate change. Because i care about you. And i want you to be happy or in terms of situations it might be a kind of like call mama bear self compassion right that protective side of self compassion and says hey you crossing boundaries is not okay. What you're doing. You're treating me unfairly. So for example. I see the black lives matter. Movement served the metoo movement as self compact fear self compassion movements as people. Rise up. Feel empowered to say. Hey that's not okay. You're harming me so a lot of it is where the compassion is aimed and we need both in order to be healthy and whole.
Harnessing Fierce Self Compassion with Author Kristin Neff
"Kristen. Thanks for being untangled. Today it's great to have you with us again. Oh thanks patricia. I'm really happy to be here. Yes your new book just came out. When did it come out. Actually yesterday on the so excited that i got to read it. It is so good. And let's just start by talking about why he decided to write this book. You've been a compassion. Pioneer and self compassion warrior and. This book has a little bit of a different twist to it. And i'm just curious as to why you decided to write. This one is a couple of reasons. So it's about the fear side of self compassion in addition to tender more nurturing side. It's about being able to speak up. Stand up for yourself. Meet your needs motivate change and first of all in the last ten years or so. When i've been really teaching people about self compassion. I realized that people had a very one-sided view of it they thought self compassion was only about self acceptance and soothing and comforting and there was this misperception that somehow self compassion is gonna undermine your ability to motivate. Change your to seek up or to do something about your life. They thought it was all about acceptance. So part of it was just decrypt. Misperception to let people know about the fear side of self compassion. I liked joke that tender self compassion as like a mother. Just unconditionally loves her child. Even wintershall screaming at off just love and soothe and care for our child but this also like mama bear so protecting her cobs are saying. Okay time for you to leave the dan or maybe hunting for miles. If i'm fish feed them. All of those are really important. Part of self compassion that mama bear side which we can also turn inward is exclusively for women in particular we haven't done before it's all been gender neutral is because women's fierceness socialized out of them we're told to be helpful and say yes to everyone into gear brown needs in a way that men are. So that's why. I wrote the book particularly for women. I was definitely ask that question. And i want to dive a little deeper into that. But why do you think you chose the word fierce. I love the word. Fierce is not the only one who uses it. a lot of people do and essential steam. Because they're called the translations now not all languages have an analogous word because fierce connotes bravery and courage and that warrior energy but as a positive word as opposed to something like aggressive which is negative connotations. And that's why i like fierce because again it's like fierce mama bear that warrior energy can come from a place of love in terms of the service of protection and reducing harm and just seemed to fit that really well.
"kristin" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Welcome to nobody. Told me. I'm laura owens and i'm jan black and here's a question for you to think about d practice self compassion. You give yourself the same kindness and care that you'd give to a good friend and if not why not our guest on this episode. Dr kristin neff is one of the world's experts on self compassion. She's the author of several books on the topic including the latest which is called fierce self compassion. How women can harness kindness to speak up claim their power and thrive thank you so much for joining us. Oh thank you so much for having me. I'm really happy to be here. How do you define self compassion. What is it in your view. Well the easy way to think about it is simply treating yourself with the same kindness and support that you would naturally show too good friend or anyone. You cared about so compassionate. Actually passion means suffering commies with so way being with yourself when you're struggling when you feeling inadequate or something difficult this happening in your life and a very supportive helpful way Yeah helps alleviate sufferings quite simple actually. When have you needed to show more compassion to yourself. A lot of.
"kristin" Discussed on Write About Now
"Right about now about now funk. Rub rub well hello everybody. Welcome to the right about now. Podcast my name. Is john small and i am the funk soul brother people call me that all the time. I'll just walk down the street and people be like right about now the funk soul brother and i'll be like yeah yeah. That's me one of the things i love about doing this. Podcast is i get to speak to people that i haven't spoken to in twenty years and i have a great conversation with them about what they've been up to and what they've learned and all the things that they have accomplished in their lives and it's like catching up with an old friend except to record it and share it with my listeners and this episode is one of those kinds of conversations. My guest is kristin van. Trop and kristen and i. I met in the hallway is of conde nast glamour magazine where she was the executive editor and i was i think a senior features editor anyway even though i was glamour for a pretty short stint i very fondly remember working with kristen really enjoying talking to kristen learning from kristen and just she was cool. She was smart. She was stylish. I think she was like a young mom at the time and she just like had it all going on. I really liked her. She also was really funny. And i always remember people that have good sense of humor and while i work with kristen and enjoyed working with kristin. I don't think i knew a whole lot about her. And boy what a life. She has led as you will hear. Kristen began her career..
Keep Your Business Marketing Flowing Upstream with Kristin Kurth
"My guest today is kristin kurth. Kristen has an accomplished career in both upstream and downstream marketing. She's worked across a wide range of industries including consumer and luxury goods financial services automotive healthcare biotech and more. She's the co founder of equil- brand consulting and is also co author of the book upstream. Marketing thanks so much for joining me today. Kristen well thanks for having me thanks. I'm happy to have you here. We're going to be talking about upstream marketing. I would actually like to start with asking you to explain the difference between upstream versus downstream. marketing frameworks. Please sure so. In our book we talk about a we use a fishing analogy which is a great way to think about this I think the short answer is that upstream. Marketing is everything that happens before the hook is in the water. So when you think about fishing nada an accomplished fisher person. So i do know though when you're thinking about fishing you're thinking about the kind of fish that you wanna catch. You know what methods are going to use whether it's fly fishing or bait casting. What tools do you need the rod. The real and you know what which lake river pond And what time so. It's everything that happens before. Then that would all be upstream and downstream is what occurs when you really bait and cast the line when you're really. I say it's everything that happens before upstream is everything that happens before you push sand or post on social media and downstream is what happens as a result of all that People get it mixed up you know in terms of when you ask them. What is marketing general. So so this kind of clarifies we're really talking about the upstream piece of this. This is where our our experience has been. I've been in both you know having been in the advertising industry but upstream is where a company focuses in what we've written a book about
Jarry Rebounds With 39 Saves, Penguins Even Series With Islanders
"Behind thirty seven saves from Kristin sorry the Pittsburgh Penguins took down the New York Islanders two to one in game two of their first round match of the evening the series at a game apiece for sorry it was a bounce back performance after surrendering four goals in Pittsburgh's game one loss Bryan rust scored less than four minutes into the game and Jeff Carter added a first period tally for the penguins who won a playoff game for just the second time in their last twelve chances the islanders got a second period goal from Josh Bailey Simeon Varlamov made forty three saves in the loss the series heads to New York for Thursday's game three Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Palmieri's OT Winner Lifts Isles by Penguins 4-3 in Game 1
"Kyle Palmieri second goal of the day came in overtime as the islanders open their playoff schedule with a four three comeback win at Pittsburgh the Long Island native took a pass from JG Pageau near the goal line and gave the islanders their first win in five tries to to steel city this season has your one Brock Nelson also scored to support rookie Ilya Sorokin who turned back thirty nine shots Sidney Crosby Fredrika growing Caspary Kapanen scored for the penguins Kristin Jerry made thirty seven saves in Pittsburgh's tenth loss in its last eleven postseason games I'm Dave Ferrie
Back to Jesus With Kristin Ostrander
"Today's special guest is author speaker. Podcast or kristen strandard to the show. Hi thanks for having me. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for taking the time So tell us a little bit about first of all what you do. I am kristen steiner. I am the host of the amazon files. Podcast and the owner and founder of mommy income dot com. I teach people to start and grow ecommerce businesses online. That sounds like a lot of fun and a lot of work. Yeah both pretty busy How many kids you. I have three kids. One two grown in one. Still in the nasty. We've got a twenty year old one. That's graduating this year at eighteen and then the youngest is ten and a half fun man. I keep you busy. That's for sure on top of everything else you're doing. Yeah that could be a whole episode about raising grown children and what that's like right. Good nece kids in general so As far as the the the religious aspect of of kristen what are your you. Would you describe the christian beliefs. Would you call yourself a christian. Absolutely s awesome. So why would you take on that title. What what is it about the christianity that you accept. I am a follower and believer of jesus. I believe in the gospel. I believe that it's All his doing. And none of mind and i have a purpose in a plan in life to follow that calling and to spread the good news to others that there is hope and help beyond this life. Open help beyond this life and what. What does the bible to you. The bible is the word of god. The bible is a sharper than any two edged sword. I can i use it against it. Right the bible is guidebook. That guy bill bible is the answer. It is my hope and my help. It is the source of wisdom the source of all instructions for humanity.
Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body
"College student Kristin Smart have sued the father of the man charged with killing their daughter nearly 25 years ago. The lawsuit says smarts body was buried in Ruben Flores, his backyard and that he moved it under cover of darkness to another location after investigators searched his property in February of 2020. That mirrors claims made by prosecutors this week when they charged Reuben Flora's with being an accessory after the alleged murder. He was released from custody yesterday after posting $50,000 bail. Son, Paul Flores is being held without bail. He's accused of sexually assaulting and murdering smart in 1996 on the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo campus, where both were freshmen. Lawsuit against Ruben Flores seeks damages for intentionally causing emotional distress by helping his son cover up the crime. It says Flora's God help moving the body from two unnamed accomplices who will later be added as defendants in the case.
Prime Suspect Paul Flores Charged With 1996 Murder of Kristin Smart
"Pedro, arrested this week in connection with the murder of a Cal state San Luis Obispo student 25 years ago, is also now being investigated for sexual assault in Los Angeles. Paul Flores has long been the prime suspect in the disappearance of 19 year old Kristin Smart 1996, the college freshman was allegedly killed during a sexual assault in Florida. His dorm room slow county District attorney Dan Tao says floors is also suspected of committing sexual acts around sent Piedra where he lives and where he was known to frequent the bars. We do have evidence in this case that leads us to conclude that there very well may be additional victims in the Southern California area, so we would ask that anybody that may have had experience with him that they have questions about for them to reach out and contact law enforcement. The LAPD says detectives have gathered evidence against floors about assault that allegedly occurred over several years. The only county Da's office has not decided whether to final charges based on that evidence. Well.
Paul Flores Accused of Killing Kristin Smart During Rape Attempt
"In the Christian Smart case. San Luis Obispo County prosecutors believe they know where her body was buried. Paul Flores is now charged with murder and attempted rape. His father is charged as an accessory for allegedly helping to dispose of the body. The 19 year old vanished on her way back to our Cal Poly San Luis Obispo dorm 25 years ago floors was the last person seen with her.
2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart
"In California say missing college student Kristin Smart was killed during an attempted rape by a fellow student, and that the suspect's father helped hide the body. Paul Flores is now 44. His father were arrested yesterday. Smart was last seen while heading back to a dorm account. Polly after leaving a party in 1996, prosecutors now say she was inebriated that Flora's had offered to walk her home.
'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance
"A man who attended Cal Poly university in the nineteen nineties has been arrested in connection with the murder of a female student who vanished nearly twenty five years ago the sheriff in San Luis Obispo county California says they've considered forty four year old Paul flora's likely to be the suspect for years he was the last person seen with Kristen smart when she disappeared in nineteen ninety six returning to her dorm from a party announcing on K. E. Y. T. T. V. the rest of Paul Flores for the murder of Kristen smart and the rest of his father Ruben Flores as an accessory to the murder sheriff Ian Parkinson says they've executed dozens of search warrants in recent years and now have evidence linking the suspect to Kristin smart he vows they will continue to search for her remains we are not going to stop until Kristen has been recovered police say new witnesses came forward in the case after hearing about the podcast your own backyard I'm Jackie Quinn
Paul Flores Booked on Murder Charge in Kristin Smart Case
"Obispo, California Sheriff's Office has announced arrest in the 25 year old case of missing college student Kristin Smart. Paul Flores, who was last seen with her and long considered a suspect and his father, Ruben, was arrested for a charge of murder. With zero bail, meaning he is unable to bail and Ruben Flores was arrested as an accessory to murder with the bail of $250,000 Sheriff Dian Parkinson.
2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart
"Arrests have been made in connection with the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly student Kristin Smart Cave be Kay's Jensen. Reiter has the latest nearly 25 years later in murder charges are finally being brought against the main suspect in the Kristin Smart case. I'm here this afternoon to announce the rest of Paul Floors. The murder of Kristen Smart and the rest of his father, Ruben Flora's as an accessory to the murder. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff in Parkinson made the announcement from the Cal Poly campus, not providing any details as to what evidence finally led to those arrests. And this is probably a question I will answer at this point. That we have not recovered Kristen. We will continue to focus on finding her remains regardless of any court
Paul Flores Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart
"Time person of interest in the 1996 disappearance of his former Cal Poly San Luis Obispo classmate, Kristin Smart. His father was also arrested. Paul Flora's long described as a prime suspect by authorities was taken into custody and San Pedro by San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's officials. His attorney confirmed he was informed of his client's arrest, but said he had no further comment. California is now pausing the Johnson and Johnson
Paul Flores Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart
"And arrest and the Kristin Smart case nearly 25 years after the call Polly freshman vanished after a frat party a California man, previously named as a primary suspect in her disappearance has been taken into custody. Paul Flores, who walks smart home and was the last person to see her alive in 1996, was arrested today in San Pedro. And his father, Ruben Flores, was also reportedly taken into custody in connection with the
From Public Defender To Stanley Cup Champion
"So joe for those who might not follow the nhl super closely. Can you just give us a sense of what jon cooper has accomplished during his as a coach in the nhl. Definitely jon cooper is the longest tenured coach shell. He's on an eight th anniversary of his hiring on this week. The winningest coach in franchise history for the lightning. And i think he's highly regarded as one of the better coaches in the league and probably a candidate coach team. Canada at the next olympics are positions and olympics for the trump player so deadly highly regarded coach but up until this past season. He hasn't won the big one and that was kind of the big question surrounding it. And how would you describe his personality. Well he's a players go. She's a really fun personality. Like you quotes wedding crashers. Upper seventy six. No excuses public champion. You uses a champion. The only person you have to answer to when you go home at night is really yourself. The national media loves him because he is a great world this charismatic. You're going to get knocked down. There's no question people are going to push down. Because ultimately they want to see it fail if you think maybe teams on trips to like field of dreams when he was in earlier years coaching. He's all about the different sides and binding guys together on the ice and that if you get is connected as a group and the for each other and very process over outcome kind of guy and so you definitely has that charisma that makes them unique. I think the players like that. We'll show you recently. Wrote about how jon cooper has followed perhaps the most unconventional path of any stanley cup winning coach. So take us back to the late. Nineteen ninety s. What was john. Cooper's lifelike at that time he was living in a condo east lansing area couple remains but he was just trying to figure out where you wanted to be in his life. What he wanted to do for work. He was good ball. Charismatic lawyer but his heart wasn't in it always always wondering when is the fulfillment. When are you going to sit there and wake up every day and say. I can't wait to go do what i'm gonna do. He was defender district court in lansing michigan about a thousand dollars a month. You know we're going for indigent clients. He was working on. du is having divorces. You've got a two person law. Office him in a paralegal. He's still didn't know i guess. Were taken at that point. And you got in touch with the judge. Who worked with jon cooper back. Then what did he say about cooper skills in the courtroom and you just notice and how clients clients listen to prosecutors respected him i think is the kind of ability that transcends coaching the ability to persuade players to adopt your system or just believe the approach. So you know. He's he's a good salesman. He always says convincing players. Convincing a jury and i don't think he knew then that it would be kind of the key to him. Maybe starting coaching career. So how did jon cooper go from being this lowly paid lawyer and a former lacrosse player. Who had only played a year of club hockey in college to being high school hockey coach. Well the run in his son playful lansing catholic high school and they needed a coach and so he knew of john skills on the ice and new of his charisma and then he is asked to one day in the building. I saw the coach. would you be interested. He looks at me and goes. Dc the stack of resumes. I have he says. I'll tell you one thing you coach kids high school hockey team and i will take your resume from here. We put it here. Just this exactly. That was his first kind of foray into coaching hockey. Was nine thousand nine hundred nine hundred thousand lansing catholic cougars hockey team and that was seventeen. You actually talked to some of the players on that lansing catholic team. What did they tell you about jon. Cooper the high school coach. I think what's interesting knees. They remember the first meeting in the cafeteria where he's using himself to like twenty kids and parents and those us have just nervous as they were and are waiting to hear whereas the hockey background. Who did he coach before. Because one of the red wings was he part of this huge talk about law school in wall street and this guy another guys were in the nhl players. Even highly college players inducted himself would be anywhere high in coaching world. A reflection of guys play together. I think they'll be the first ones to tell you. None of them really on the track to make the national hockey league but they were such a joy to be around the competed their butts off just line. Who an awkward gesture. The of funny kid and team talked about like there was a hill just a mile from the school that the workouts outside the big hill. The he must've just saw he was driving around and he made us run up this hill with do bear calls and stuff. That is the source. I've ever been my life like. I could not long like off chris. Monrovia now works the red wings. Illitch family talked about how they had this practice where they had no on the ice and they're doing push ups and sit ups and kristin ross. Who served in the military students in afghanistan he goes. I went through the army for seven years. And i went through a lot of work out a lot of hellish days. Afghans dead. That's one of those days that i think back much. It's not as bad as back. And what else did you learn about his coaching philosophy back. Then you know like what were the things that were important to him that he really emphasized to the team. Making guys feel connected or part of it no matter if you were the best player on this team or like the thirteenth forward and i think jeff swan is appropriate examples. Like i wasn't the most natural coordinated like county out now who put me not aligned with the two players. Mike sack out with the most gifted athlete. That are high school in you. The team is better holding. Some of its part. They wanted them to play. Have have meaning and swan. Storing the biggest fools that season the most for player that year. So you know. He's told everyone the most improved player really halls like a special place for him. Something he takes lightly. It was a really really nice compliment. They talked about the hard hat that they gave out. After every win which was an all white instruction half that was something that the player of the game whether at block shot or a big hit or in ceremony the post game. We'll get this production. How they put their name and a sharpie but it was more of a. What did you do to help the team. Really recognizing layers who maybe didn't shop scores sheep but who are just dedicated themselves to helping the team. These success those are moments that came together that they remember forever and become an integral part of their story on a way to winning out like the championship. Well this sort of ragtag bunch of guys did win an unlikely state regional championship in almost mighty ducks kind of way and joe as you talks to all these guys who played for jon. Cooper what connections. Were you able to make between cooper the coach of the lansing catholic cougars and cooper the coach of the stanley. Cup champion tampa bay. Lightning guesswork me. Talking to guys. That new men who've now that he hasn't changed much in terms of his personality he had kind of style which coach's house you through professional level versus coaching. high school. Kids a lot of the same kind of tenants but he had then he still uses today. Kerry that floss with me all the way through the nhl in onto the honestly. It doesn't really change. Human beings are human beings and everybody needs to be motivated. It's just finding the right way to motivate. Rose stood up in my living room and watch the game and cheer tampa. You're welcome. you're welcome for started. His rise
"kristin" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Nice to sue they you for doing this. I've been wanting to talk to you for a while. Actually because i've actually writing a book about kindness right now and i wanna do a chapter about self compassion. So you are the you are the leading experts so before we get to sell compassion. Though i wanna. I wanna hear how you got interested in meditation in the first place right so <hes>. It was my last year graduate school. I was finishing up my phd at berkeley and basically my life was a mess. I'd gotten out of a divorce. It was a very messy divorce. I was feeling a lot of shame. I'm and i was also feeling a lot of stress not so much about what i finish my phd. But more after seven years of my life. When i get a job the job market was really tight. And so i thought you know. Well i've heard that meditation is is good for stress in berkeley. So right down. The street from me was a meditation group. I was lucky every right down every street. Yeah in berkeley so that you know on every corner but luckily the one. I chose to go to <hes>. The woman leaving the group it was actually a tick not han sanga reason. It's important is because some meditation teachers. Mindfulness bennett teachers wouldn't necessarily talk about self compassion tic time one thing that's unique about him. He's really emphasizes heart qualities of practice. Vietnamese zen master doesn't talk a lot about compassion. Full stop is but he does in particular right and so i started in his tradition <hes>. And the very the very first night. I went the woman talked about having compassion for yourself the needed to actively cultivate compassion for yourself as well as others and so i was also learning mindfulness but because my life was such a mess because i was such a mess you know almost immediately i saw the difference it made when i turn myself with this kind of kind. Warm supportive attitude. I just saw my own experience really made a difference. So and then i started practicing more in the insight meditation tradition. I think because. I am a scientists it. It was a little more compatible with my <hes>. Way of approaching things. But with people like jack cornfield the path with heart. Sharon salzberg loving kindness. So i was always i was always really drawn to the integration of you might say the spaciousness of mindfulness with the heart opening qualities of compassion and i was fortunate because it was their practice from the very beginning and that was about twenty years ago. Let me just jump in and define terms for people. Yes i i just never know. We have a lot of experienced meditators who listen for new folks who are coming every week in once you start to meditate. There are lots of ways to lots away within buddhism. There are. I would say at least two big skills. We're trying to teach. One is mindfulness which is put simply the ability not to be around by your emotions. The other is compassion. Or if you're if you're afraid as. I am of gooey words. You can just re translate that into friendliness. Just exactly cooler. Calmer nicer attitude toward external and internal phenomena can replace would cooler with warmer sure. I mean i know jimmy but fair enough so it sounds like you pivoted from the initial zen tradition into what's known as the insight tradition which is just another form of buddhist meditation. It's actually the school. I've trained in and right stumbled upon teachers like jack cornfield. Sharon salzberg both of whom have written a lot about yes. Mindfulness again just being able to be non-judgmental aware of stuff compassion which is adding in the notch just non-judgmental aware but having a certain element of warmth in the awareness and so so the mindfulness is aimed holding experience in a non judgmental manner so the compassion is aimed holding the experience in a friendly manner and so they have slightly different targets and so both need to be practiced that can actually almost appear to conflict. Sometimes because you accept your experience as it is including the fact that it's painful at the same time that you wishing yourself well and you want to help. And so it almost forms a bit of a paradox. Actually one of the scenes we like to say is we give ourselves compassion not to feel better but because we feel bad so you have to allow the experience to be as it is at the same time as toward the experience. Because you're friendly because you care you do what you can to help. So one paradox is since sara restate that and i'm also thinking that there may be yet. Another paradox probably won paradox. Is you in mindfulness meditation. We are not trying to control anything. We're just trying to see things as they are right. See clearly insight. The clear seeing of whatever's happening so that it doesn't own us right <hes>. but in this case <hes>. All when you add in the compassion layer you're trying to <hes>. Notice that they're suffering there and you're not trying to alleviate it per se you're just sending warmth toward the suffering as it is trying to manipulate your experience because if you use compassion to try to make the pain go away. It's actually just another form of resistance so you have to fully accept the fact that this was painful this hurt. You know mess the mindfulness validating accepting the fact that this is really painful right now
"kristin" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Kristin Davis as Charlotte from sex in the city now she's hosting a new show to help someone father of their child here from Kristin networks after Sunday best services thirteen it is all you gotta do is leave the job is because there is no way and nothing works you the is is like and just because there is no way you know Sunday best number thirteen from surfaces so Kristin Davis Charlotte from sex and the city she's the host of a new show called labor of love on fox and it's kind of like the bachelor except instead of trying to find a perfect husband it is a find a perfect father we kind of Kristin over soon the other day and she explained the process take a listen okay the concept is that we he wanted to investigate what it's like to be a lot in our starting point it was me and a bunch of other women producers talking for years literally right about this what it's like to be a successful woman and suddenly you wake up and you're over thirty five you haven't found the right person to he went but you really want to have a baby and we all know we have a biological clock is a woman and we need to honor that and get get going with that project if that's what you want to do so we've met wonderful woman fifty cats and she's forty one and she really already wanted to have a date already on that journey in different ways to try to find out how she would do that if you your loan but she really wanted to find a.
"kristin" Discussed on WTOP
"Go to Kristin says he wanted to like Indians beginnings more than he did it is diverting at times but that's really not diverting enough and I really like with a she's an excellent actors I don't think we've seen her enough the last few years but she's starring as a young woman who just broke up with someone and she stumbles into not one but two potential Asian ships but the men in her life are best friends so how do you conduct that kind of love triangle the movie doesn't really get too deep into that situation it's more about her journey of self discovery in it's just not compelling enough for characters a bit bland she does a lot of things that generally the wrong way you kind of wish you wouldn't make these mistakes but you know that does happen but it's just that the writing and the characters as presented they're not as clever did not as interesting that is compelling so you sit there you watch the role very pretty people it's Jamie Dornan Sebastian Stan or potential suitors but beyond that I really can't recommend this way let me kind of blase and even though there's a bit of a rally at the end it wasn't enough there's another video on demand offering called the quarry Shea Wakeham is here and we've seen him in everything from H. B. O. series two he recently played one of the police officers in joker so he's a veteran actor and this is a story about a killer assuming the identity of his victim who happens to be a preacher so at least by way of set up that sounds pretty compelling it sure does and by the way I love Shea working he's a great actor and he's often cast in smaller roles supporting roles it's just the way it works now he's the lead is very good here he is that fellow who's posing as a priest he's got a troubled past we don't quite know what he did why he's running or even if he's a good person at all there's a lot of mystery baked into the cake here Michael Shannon costars as a share of starting to sniff around the main character thinking you know what's the real deal here is a someone we can trust so it's a movie that has so much going forward as far as the casting it's about racism it's about forgiveness faith and yet it just doesn't quite get there it's another case the screenplay just doesn't dig deeply enough so all the service elements are lined up for approval again the chances he was given a starring role he doesn't get that too often if he's ever done that is just not what we need I like this a bit better than endings beginning it's got more have to it I think it's beautiful to watch the music it's haunting at times but it doesn't really follow through with the ambition is there but the actual film doesn't rise to.
"kristin" Discussed on WTOP
"Going to Kristin totaled says this morning most of this movie is terrific most of the it's very ambitious and for the most part it's very successful it really focuses on the woman in the invisible man's life she's played by Elisabeth moss from the handmaid's tale and she is suffering at this fellow he is an abusive boyfriend and she is clamoring to get away she does it interest you reserve odd events she thinks he's out of her life but he's not he's turn invisible if that's a spoiler and you probably haven't seen the trailer or just get a gist of what this is all about so it's from her perspective seen through her eyes and as a metaphor for spousal abuse for sort of the me too movement is actually pretty effective it doesn't lecture it just sort of sets that standard emotion and lets the story flow from there and that is eight it is one of the more suspenseful horror movies I've seen in quite some time analysts at Monness excellent here since you can arrange a character which in other hands might be over the top but the ending and I'm not going to spoil anything about it but the ending is so clunky so dispiriting I just it made me angry the whole film is so enjoyable so much of a roller coaster ride it's dumb at times for sure but it just doesn't stick the landing I can recommend it it's a good movie it's very interesting and very clever the boy the last ten minutes it just goes off the rails a Christian I know the Academy Awards are pretty much in the rear view mirror now we moved on to other topics but maybe a little more about the Best Picture winner parasite from South Korea do you think we no longer need a Best Foreign Language Film category I understand that line of reasoning and it is something that we should be talking about but if I think at the end of the day the Oscars work best as an advertisement for the best movies there whether it's giving some spotlights you documentary that maybe people haven't heard about or maybe even performances that we've missed that's where it really kind of shines a light on Hollywood and I think if you take away that category for now some really good films that have flown under the radar just won't get that much attention wasn't parasite is an exception it's a really engaging film but it kind of caught the zeitgeist in a way that most foreign films don't so let's have that debate from my point of view I think for now having different categories is fine enough next year the Best Foreign Language Film also was Best Picture and is great all power to it in total Hollywood in total dot com Dimitri three point five FM WTOP dot com morning news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP maybe a sign of a bottom the Dow wiped out six hundred fifty points of losses in the final few minutes of trading though it still lost three fifty seven for the day the week long sell out is wiped out more than four trillion dollars in U. S. equity value alone United Airlines will not resume China flights until after April thirtieth now live for the number most adjustable rate mortgages he locks are tied to posted its biggest drop in a decade this would definitely hi I'm purchasing a phone a new look comes occasions are so when it comes to contractors think about someone comes out to give you a refund they walk around the house and they say imagine if you went to the grocery store and the cashier literature carton said how about a hundred Bucks I mean I like the beep beep scanning process it feels accurate and new look we're different we use state of the art software to build a detailed estimate outlining every measure point of your roof and we provide you with the full report so just like at the.
"kristin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Now Kristin nine out of our street dot org there are all kinds of things that we hear about I don't know that any of these things are are seriously contemplated but it seems like a a desire in this increasingly digital society that's all just vote from our smartphones and technically speaking I suspect that that could be done I also suspect that it not only could be but would be a total disaster and would lead to no reason whatsoever to believe any outcome I considered disastrous beyond all belief it could destroy our entire system of government I I don't know about being a popular looking about that but I just curious your thought about it I don't disagree with you I think that we are years away from being able to vote from home laptop smartphone back kind of thing we still have voters in our system as arcane as it may be we still have voters who vote potentially a in multiple fate we still have voters you shouldn't be registered to vote who vote but before we are able to move to a brand new system we've really got to address some of the vulnerabilities in our current only partially digitized system hi I discover this myself granted this is been a few years back but I discovered when I moved from Illinois to Maryland that I was a still registered back in Illinois and they had I've been of a mind to for whatever reason I could have cast a ballot in that particular election and a Maryland hopped on the jet flown to Chicago and cast a ballot there I could I physically could have done that and I actually had to call the authorities will always say no I'm gonna take me off which I assume they did so anyway I can see that as as a problem but again the notion of security I mean the fact that the again that we may be quite a ways away from being able to do this technically that doesn't alter the fact that I don't see the point to it I mean and first what I am I have been in the business of reporting election returns for my entire adult life and I'd love quick returns as much as anybody else however the idea is a quick the idea is accurate totally accurate and if we all have to wait a few hours well big deal I mean I I just I've I'm missing something about this obsession of the governor quick them do it digitally it is it just strikes me as mindless and and I even if we were technically capable of doing this I fail to see the point I don't believe that we are reached have reached the point of illiteracy such that people are incapable of taking a pencil on a piece of paper and marking an ex in a box I agree I also think that there's something fundamentally American about going on your lunch break out into a private area and close the curtain and weigh your options and use those tiny golf pencils to decide the future of America yeah I I give that the that that bothers me what other aspects of security you are probably in a position to not only provide some answers but perhaps even some questions of the rest of us haven't even thought about water areas that worry you that that may not even have occurred to me wow how long do you think the Bellas well put it this way what it why don't we in fact just use that as a cue will pause now it will come back for one more segment and will lead to Chris the Bible of load because of there seems to be a few things there back in a moment.
"kristin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Same day shipping because these days support isn't just worried about alter about him is on to I'm Kristin fob for market we spent a chunk of the programme yesterday on a conversation I had with former fed chair Janet Yellen and David Malpass he's the president of the World Bank we spent a lot of time on global growth the ramifications of interest rates being as low as they are for as long as they have been there and the big and growing pile of global debt then we started taking questions from the audience here you go next question you ask about the global economy does growth in income inequality in advanced economies pose a risk to the global economy our income inequality say here because while the US is showing pretty good data on inequality the genie crawfish and is going the right way on that in the median income is been going up so didn't if you refined that into doing well in this economy still huge problem right yeah I'd so if you say why do we have so so many super rich and is that a negative I I guess I'll defend that little part of the question and say they are pretty good about reinvesting in their own businesses and creating businesses that have been helpful to the whole world but I wanna buy into the whole thrust of the question that median income outside the U. S. simply hasn't been growing and that's a major problem in that means we need small businesses we need skills we need women in the in the work force is we need health and education that allow people to earn income I they they have to get started so let me just add to that too first let me say that I completely agree with David he's emphasized the benefits across the board but especially to low income people of very strong labor market fostering increased labor force participation in the United States but since nineteen seventy nine the median male worker in the United States has seen no gain in real wages and I don't think we're on a path to improvement where if we just keep the economy where where it is operating with a tight labor market this problem is going to disappear it's very serious and to my mind to destroy thing a lot of the populace and we see in the United States and its fuel Lang discontent with trade protectionism and given that the growth of trade that we've seen over the last fifty years in development of global supply chains he's been one of the most important factors boosting growth all around the world this is a trend in developed countries that is not going to be good globally for reducing poverty Jenny mentioned economic inequality driving some of the political things have been happening here and elsewhere here's the flip side of that question this polarization of our politics have economic consequences the ethnic well what if it's certainly making it hard to enact policy changes on in a date David's been Menteri I agree with him you need structural policies to address slow growth we're not working to find common ground to put in place policies that you're offering a quality some combination of training education and improving the safety net for people who were working in an economy where jobs with the traditional supports are disappearing you know we need to be addressing all of those things and I think the polarization is making it harder.
"kristin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Thank you Kristin it's five minutes past six o'clock on this Monday morning February the third is gonna be mild day today with a high up near fifty degrees believe it or not which is about ten degrees above normal for this time of the year under partly cloudy skies now the trial of president trump in the U. S. Senate is just about over except for the final vote which is virtually guaranteed to be in favor of dropping all charges joining us now for our twenty four seven networkers Michael by our so good morning Michael what's next this week well we're looking at today after the vote happen on Friday like to not allow witnesses and documents in the impeachment trial of president trump we saw the vote to begin the process of what the final stages we're gonna look like which means eleven AM this morning is when you're going to hear the closing arguments from house impeachment managers and president trump's lawyers will be about a total of four hours of arguments equally divided among the parties there may even be some senators will have the opportunity to give speeches on the Senate floor in between all of that so this could be a lengthy day in regards to the wrapping up in the closing portion of this and then they'll have a little bit of time to think about things and make decisions on what their votes are gonna be before we actually have the vote on the articles of impeachment Wednesday at four PM so that's when the expectation is going to be the president will be acquitted on the charges in the house we know that some GOP senators over the weekend have been people who've been you know mildly rebuking president trump basically stating that does the things he did were not worthy of impeachment but that he did do some irresponsible things in office there and that may actually kind of ship things for president trump going forward where whether or not he can still play the victim after that I will be interesting to see if you had a number of those senators kind of stepped forward and said the president did some things in office he shouldn't have done and certainly should have done the way he did okay Mike apartment twenty four seven network have a great day Michael thank you no you're wrong seven minutes after six o'clock someone Friday the Senate shut down a measure to call any witnesses to testify in this trial the void vote was fifty one forty nine and of course it was along strict party lines have been following this thing with you touch Mitt Romney in Maine Susan Collins the only Republicans to support the hearing of witnesses California Rep Adam Schiff who led the Democrats making their case before the Senate made an unsuccessful last ditch plea for witnesses to be heard saying a refusal to do so would quote rob this country of a fair trial while the president's attorney Jay secolo he argued that calling witnesses would result in a prolonged battle on the Senate floor and in court that was unnecessary he said because the offenses were not serious enough to warrant the president's removal from office and then you've got Tennessee Republican senator Lamar Alexander on one of the talking talking head shows over the weekend is on meet the press Alexander said he believed that the president acted inappropriately with regard to Ukraine but he does not believe that his wrongful behavior rises to the level of treason bribery or high crimes and misdemeanors final Senate vote on impeachment as we just heard from Michael Bauer expected on Wednesday of this week one day after president trump delivers his state of the union address so the Fox Sports broadcast of the Super Bowl meant the network got the traditional pregame sit down interview with the president and here's fox's Grinnell Scott the first question from fox's Sean Hannity was on impeachment there was all nonsense the whole thing was nonsense but it was a very unfair and mostly it was unfair to my family having my family suffered because of all this that led into the election and the president's belief that what he's done warrants a second term we've done more than any administration in the history of our country we rebuild our military we've cut taxes at the highest amount ever and as far as Tuesday night's state of the union address president trump's third he says there was never any thought given to postponing it until after the Wednesday impeachment vote good all Scott fox Snoop son after six in today's the day for the Iowa caucuses the earliest real test of the democratic presidential nomination process the survivors of the year of grueling campaigning will finally get a sense of the real support among Democrats at least those in Iowa the last poll before the caucuses came from CBS news a new gov't and it showed a virtual tie for the lead between the former VP Joe Biden and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders the caucus results should be in by late tonight ten minutes after six o'clock let's go to the roadways once.
"kristin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Radio we are back with Kristin to go pee in self talking about school choice you know so many of us grew up in public schools and we're finding these days for our kids for our grand kids more options out there for school then we had when we were growing up it gets a little intimidating with a great interview half past the hour and we're having him back next week but one of the biggest questions I get obviously when we talk about this is how do you pay for it all right we talked a bit with him about the various options there's more up they need there's more options out there than you might think one of the biggest things is if you find a private school option that's maybe a couple grand a year something that a lot of people feel is doable and Victor and I are doing the same thing with our kids okay so comes to a certain dollar amount to year what we do very simply is we have that you split into twelve parts one for each month and you have it automatically taken out of our bank account and put into a special education account for the kids each month it's just not fair it's unavailable for us to touch it's just not even thought about anymore that is the reality that we do to pay for our kids private school education now again we're not going with some twenty five thousand dollars a year private school that those numbers it away I didn't spend that for a couple years of Penn state for god's sake so that is definitely not us however the parochial schools out there and we're talking charter schools you far less there or educational options out there people are finding and it's gonna cost them air quotes only a couple grand a year they're saying you know what we can do this we can fight off the bullet we can bite the bullet on that one and maybe it's a hundred Bucks a week okay not chump change by any stretch of the imagination but it is the average amount someone three maybe four takes your family out to eat once a week or maybe you go to the movies your couple times a month well maybe I'll put that on the side burner for now you put that in your kid's education account they're going to the perfect school for their needs and their abilities and their dreams and their wants and you know it's the perfect fit for them and you watch the videos when it comes out later on you by the good will you downloaded when it's cheap you do what you have to do that way you guys are no strangers to discipline to you know putting the money where it matters and not listening to all the fluffy advertising by this in the media gratification and have fun your kids' education is everybody across the board it's of paramount importance if you've got kids in your life nieces and nephews and grand kids or.
"kristin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Radio online is talk radio dot com we are back with a Kristin to go pee in self see our in this beautiful first week of January two thousand twenty that must mean more in for another segment office dad and daughter talk real estate because it doesn't matter what month it is the market is always telling you something always in our favor with regard to this who better to break it down in the fine gentleman to my right John here eight eight K. dad welcome backs are happy new year thank you very much thank you very much thank you folks for tuning in front of saying one of them daughter talk real estate I remember thinking when I was in high school I'll be sixty one years old or eighty thousand and now and now you know it's it's teen years downstream from that and still going strong I graduated yeah you sure I graduated nineteen eighty six and I was thinking you know by the time the turn of the century much less you know we have the flying cars and we have you all because it's so you know we're I think we're making war on Mars we've landed things on Mars which is pretty darn cool that's a great strides in so many various parts of American medicine and technology you and I were talking I got a son who for Christmas got a piece of technology not only this gaming thing that he's I'm never gonna be as good as he is I don't even know how it works but now he has a TV in his room that Victor nine so it's similar so at the Smithsonian as like you know the the technology's he's gotten HDTV in this room is a great kid he loves to seven that we don't do a lot of TV time but he has a television in his freaking room that I mean I would have dreamt of having in my living room when I first got married it's hilarious with many users it's not that big of fixes her pretty well but it's like HD TV it's just it's just he's a great kid his sister has one as well like let myself upside the head you know saying that out loud but we got them for next to nothing very inexpensively but here that's what that's what twenty nineteen is looking like so far this first week in January far more importantly what is the real estate she leaves telling your Sir word what's the year ahead hold for those looking to buy sell rent or flip where is the housing market headed the basic message christening this is going to be the best opportunities if you were going to have for the rest your home buying lifetimes to either by that first house or make that move up by yeah for begin to invest in real estate there it is because the tea leaves are all lined yes prices have gone up since two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen but what they've done is they they recovered back to the pre crash levels that we had in two thousand eight the bubble that's for sure I was brought about by our federal government yeah most parts of the country not all that almost all parts of the country have recovered and now prices are above so even if you watch your house in the two thousand eight at the peak you probably got equity to move in with a lot of people aren't aware of how much equity they have in their homes you're talking about people who have just bought their first house maybe they bought pre crash maybe they've up postscript whatever it is chances are outstanding if you haven't checked formally professionally checked the value of your home you want to get in touch with the realtor in touch with dad and see what the latest is on that because chances are excellent you might be very monthly surprise yes indeed if you have any questions about that all folks are I do have access to pricing information pricing is when a permission for the whole country so hit that dad and daughter talk real estate hotline at four eight four five seven four four zero eight eight and I can probably help you out now you you've got a website bingo two two of people feeling shy if they don't feel like on voice to voice yes there and they're not like you and I will talk to anybody anywhere anytime but there's people out there they're a little shy about that they can also go to your website dad and daughter talk real estate dot com and from there you get the keys to the kingdom you've got a great checklist you can go to to get any information you're looking for and that could be a good place to start too that's true some.
"kristin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And belatedly thank you Kristin for that kind introduction so each of these clips are so different and not just because each person have their own voice in their own vision but because there's so many the bully pulpit has so much so many different purposes I like to ask each of you to talk about why you chose this particular club and what made that speech important to you and and your goals and challenges and writing them and turned like to start with you and your task in this speech student president Clinton want to reach and what kind of guidance did he give you how did you work with him on this well thank you and thank you all for being here tonight one of the president Clinton's signature commitments and I think one of his signature accomplishments in the White House was this focus on building one America and bringing us together across all lines of division race color ethnicity gender and sexual orientation and he and I sort of share that commitment I that was one of the things that drew me close to him and it was one of the things that I was most proud of to to work on with him in the White House Terry Evans he I think more service Lyndon Johnson probably was focused more on one building one American one bring the races together and so that speech was a chance for us to to make that point and he he always tells me that was one of his favorite speeches and you know it was a great day because we actually you know walk across the Edmund Pettus bridge to reenact Bloody Sunday and it was it was a great occasion yeah it is take care stay pretty much he did he liked that you know we have another bridge to cross refrain that was another one of his is sort of simpatico things with me because he he had sort of a appreciation for the black church and for the black teens and you know some of you might recall that and sometimes he called himself the first black president was to the Obama showed so you know he he really that mission to heart and it again as I said it was one of my my most proudest moments well working with him and I'm just gonna move chronologically here John that was probably one of the most challenging moments in our recent history and can you talk a little bit you know about the White House in the immediate aftermath of September eleventh and the difficulties and you know the president had to show leadership as both commander in chief and healer and chief what was kind of a the thought process around well it was a moment of national unity if you're old enough to remember that time it was a also a moment of of greatly mixed feelings people were shocked and grieving but the country was also angry and the country was also terrified of what might be coming next and the decision was made.
"kristin" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Hello may speak to Kristin please thinking how you doing Chris is being way how are you doing so great how are you doing extremely well you know usually I'm not the one to make these calls but you want that five hundred dollar gift card from was correct I did yeah we had three different addresses right a guy flags sold as a company we can honor the five hundred dollar gift card to target but there's other things that you know I I understand now I can listen to every morning I mean there's other things that we have here that I could do you know movie tickets we got or is there anything no I will be a good name now if people know nobody's with people what I would like you to take the job of that maybe call my kid and tell them that they can't go shopping now you know I'm not going to do thank you again thank you for your wow okay so I'm not going to continue to have you sitting curse me out everybody not I'm not going to sit here and argue with you on the phone you are at peace hello what do you say you listen to me every morning right not anymore this is a song tab I which is with you all right you got your five hundred dollar gift card are you yes Chris you may tell me how you really so sorry you're not abuses I like I love you know what I want to get off the phone with you because I'm sweat okay hello.
"kristin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Kristin how do you incentivize consumers to come to you and shop near you versus going directly to the retailer itself we do a few things that are attractive for consumers the first is that we pay cash back on transactions at thirty five hundred plus stores which in its own right is attractive the second thing is that we have all of the stores that consumers want to shop at we really really have a broad spectrum of stores in the retail industry everyone's very well resent very well represented I'm the third thing is that we amalgamate all of the deals from all of the retailers we allow people to stack cash back on top of retailers deals that already exist so if they have a coupon code or if they have a sale going on people can stack cash back on top of that coupon code in sales and then use the rewards credit card on top of that and the deal stacking their gets really really aggressive so a lot of value seeking customers and people looking for the best deal so prison how do you make money because it is like it is in the real thing somewhere you can make like one for one right so how do you then what's the business model so we have about thirteen million members it's a very large audience of people companies pay us to send traffic to them so they pay a commission on each of the transactions that our customers make them and then we share that information with our customers so it's a pretty easy pretty simple business model where everyone wins they get the traffic and then our our members when in terms of getting the cash back so if you have some retailers are to get better at their omni channel E. commerce section like Walmart has like target has does that sort of beau really don't need you as much anymore when you notice I'm not necessarily because the but there is a sudden segment of customers for whom this is a very attractive value proposition and they shop this way regardless of who is or who is in on our platform they will shop with the people on our platform because they are very very loyal to us I have it so even if people get better at omni channel number one we're playing increasingly Indians for cash backspace so we offer not only online but also instruct cash back but also there are groups and audiences that these retailers can't reach without us so then what are and how loyal they they if consumers are loyal to you how loyal do notice they are to the brand's within your within your website I'm it depends on what brands are offering our consumers do tend to be very malleable based on the levels of cash back and that sort of one of the things that we do best is we're able to drive consumers between different brands specifically because of different cash back offers and that's something that retailers are able to sort of influence the way that their business runs on our site based on the level of offer that they put their that was rocketing president Kristin call coming up are you a bore cough lie entry founder and CEO.
"kristin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"We are back with Kristin to go pee in self but it also showed a gang and I know we're focusing on a whole bunch of different things right now but I want to circle back to thanksgiving we talked before the break about all the various ways you can save some time and some stress and some serious cash that's what I'm talking about you guys are working harder than ever you were throwing yourself you know full force into this amazing economy you're working all these hours your love in the pay it's all good I'm with you but you need a little time to decompress thanksgiving is not about freaking out it's not about stressing out it's about hanging out with your family and let's face it when you're hanging out with the people that you love you could have a pizza sitting there at the dining room table and you'd still talk just as long you still have just as good a time I want this thanksgiving to be special for you for the people around the table for the laughter to you know when you're laughing with the cousins you haven't seen for awhile are you there with your folks if you're you know plus have a lot of family nearby and you walk away from the table could and your face is hurting by the time you're done because you were laughing so hard those are the thanksgivings to remember and it's got nothing to do with it it's got nothing to do with the China it's got nothing to do with all the bells and whistles every time you so important it's all about the priceless priceless idea of having family and friends close by that's why the original you'll pilgrims did it all those hundreds of years ago god bless them and their sacrifice honor them and show them that you remember their sacrifices by just knowing the reason for the season it's your thanks list all the things you're thankful for dig into that sweet potato pie have some fun with the guys I'm I'm very proud of all of you the stories in here from everybody you guys all know the reason for the season remember to just you don't put it front and center when your prepping all the stuff on thanksgiving day now here's something I want to make sure we covered in this show because it's something that is hot on the heels of thanksgiving and finally I'm just I'm robin that little being in the moment for it here Black Friday hold god I if I if I tell you what if it was a drinking game the Black Friday ads and I'm already seen you know we're barely out of Halloween your call deep into Christmas at this point for all the stuff I'm seeing out there Black Friday my dear god I mean it honest to god braver people than me are planning on being out there on Black Friday so I wanted to put some yeah I want to put some feelers out there and see what you guys are planning on doing and I need some advice here we're talking about Black Friday yes I'm the first to admit there are some good deals going out there but I want you.
"kristin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Kristin you're not so smart to because the today you're not going home with those passes see the kitchen but you may go home now Kristin with a shout out to whomever whatever you to like today here in the don and Steve show Kristin the ears of the world of yours oh wow I'm a I'm smarter than the fact that just saying thanks for the review thank you you I mean this respectfully you guys thankfully we played Donna you rock thank you in a night I wish he had my husband he's at work maybe his hearing me hi rod he would like that he is a kind Canadian die but legit nothing made up Canadian husband that some people have on the I look forward to seeing you guys of the fear thank you so much bye see your show on the road your husband game everyday on the done congressman it's a total not at all why she's a pep huh what's up a wall eighty yeah what a pep one card the card yeah I mean it's like a card you sure now what kind of course we we got a couple and we will take one and only one please go ahead wait Hannah don't how about my jacket yeah in the studio studio audience so what we have my neighbor barb and her granddaughter Allen in the studio with us today and Ellen wants to give a shout out to all I don't know can give a shout out when okay so I'm going to give a shout out to my dad his name is Marty and early at work right now hi dad and I'm also going to give a shout out to my grandpa for his birthday tomorrow alright that is lovely by thank you for watching on fish Facebook live we appreciate and Steve I see something tragic happens on a drive for you so I don't know if you guys heard I was in the loop over the weekend for the first time and there is something there which in unless you're looking for you might not see if they have a lift bridge yes okay so it that you're right so we are about to walk across a lift bridge from my understanding by the way have people ever gone up on the bridge accidentally because I understand there's a warning of like it's now time to get off the bridge yeah so you I think go up on that bridge they can because they tell you don't run off of the bridge there's a sign that says if the warning comes don't run just move quickly but I don't know if they check them and did they check to make sure and I have no idea I've never walked across it I don't even know that was the thing you know you can walk across the walk across I mean I would hate to be on it when it split so I'm on the lift bridge and I see this page engine starts I'm walking on the sidewalk engine No reckless abandon just like geese says I'll take the road guess what guys I watched a page in a my buddy you're getting close boom no the last hand no I a car I saw a pigeon in one second that was a live in that life ahead of him or her could have flown about the loose and had a good time and I am not kidding flattened feathers fly up and walk by it was like I need someone else to shoulder the burden I don't even tell my kids do I was after we got it we went across that we played around then we came back and I said yes on here some I saw some crazy just now didn't get flattened right in front of my eyes no further reduce and for me to ride on this really selfish act that's happening right now what wanting other humans to bear the burden of yeah mental stuff yeah don't do that to people you lying on to that squad hang on I'm comin bar on end and then boom flattened farm the pigeon turns around Mary using bars that she was right here I did not a term like barbanel into pigeons I want to die I know it's gonna get flattened today but until you've seen a pigeon done are you hearing what I'm saying and now I don't know how to get out of my head Latin gots everywhere that's not funny it is sad I know Ellen you haven't had good fodder for your dreams at night you're you might and I'm sorry for that your own children I did not do so that was just right you walk across the marriage is dead now total I'm turning your my gosh we're gonna take a break when we come back we're gonna get tipsy on the John and Stevie show Steve is going to tell you what kind of organizing style you should use for your personality and there's a quiz that you can take to figure it all out explain where you can go and what what the the kind of the organizer that I am coming up after the break on don and Steve.
"kristin" Discussed on The Big 98
"Yeah this is Kristin Brad Paisley bread elders team T. after midnight with Cody out on the ninety eight and you're going to.