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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:24 min | 10 months ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"We get some views but obviously the vast majority of our audience comes in on the pod casting platforms Been on apple podcasts. Spotify for many many years well establish they're also pass box Let's see here stitcher on down the line iheartradio The support from those platforms for us has been absolutely fantastic. So let's start with a lenora. Lenora is a monster on tiktok. Yes you you are an absolute a big getting bigger all the time a big creator on tiktok and. I don't doubt that your sincerity as to who you are is a big part of that because people like that and i don't doubt that your audience You know comes to you for those reasons. What is your screen name again on. Tiktok oh well. It's lenore cholera and could definitely find me just name right there. It's new dawn for you that it's yes. Just bear with those one woman. I'm going to get on here and not a monster. Everybody i would. I meant was what i meant was is you. Are you have a huge following. Compared to like we'll tiktok kids. You have to say it's relatively easier to to to accumulate people followers so In tiktok land. I'm not that big but that's okay. It's not. It's not why i'm on there. It is to make a difference in in people just feeling better about themselves you have upwards of eleven thousand followers and that's you know that's a fair amount of people i know in tiktok you have Celebrities are getting on there now and you have these people that do dancing and everything and and obviously some of them can have just untold amounts of followers but By most people's estimation eleven thousand people that Are enjoying your content and your contents a little different. You know it has. It has meaning like you said you're being a positive force people's life and in your screen name is at. It's a new dawn numeral four u..

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Cheap Steaks (MM #3591)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Cheap Steaks (MM #3591)

"The minute with kevin mason through facebook and somebody in one of my memories of pages was talking about a place called york steakhouse. I remember. York steakhouse from back in the day. We had them in virginia. No they had them here in tennessee. And those cheap steakhouses. Like bonanza like ponderosa like western sizzling like the sizzler. All of those. You could get a steak really cheap. You get the full salad bar. It was quite an outing for young college student. Quite an outing. When you had a lot of kids in the family you go have a stake and it was darn right cheap. I don't know what happened to all these places. But they're all gone. Now i haven't seen a bonanza or ponderosa or york steak house or a western says lenora sizzler for a long time. But it just kinda weird what happened in our world at these places. Went away to other restaurant. Chains start making better stakes for the same price and they just kind of went away. I'm kind of missing them. And i'm kind of missing the memories. I gotta look down and see. Why my belly's so big. These days probably aided them way too many times when i was much younger.

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Cheap Steaks (MM #3591)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Cheap Steaks (MM #3591)

"The minute with kevin mason through facebook and somebody in one of my memories of pages was talking about a place called york steakhouse. I remember. York steakhouse from back in the day. We had them in virginia. No they had them here in tennessee. And those cheap steakhouses. Like bonanza like ponderosa like western sizzling like the sizzler. All of those. You could get a steak really cheap. You get the full salad bar. It was quite an outing for young college student. Quite an outing. When you had a lot of kids in the family you go have a stake and it was darn right cheap. I don't know what happened to all these places. But they're all gone. Now i haven't seen a bonanza or ponderosa or york steak house or a western says lenora sizzler for a long time. But it just kinda weird what happened in our world at these places. Went away to other restaurant. Chains start making better stakes for the same price and they just kind of went away. I'm kind of missing them. And i'm kind of missing the memories. I gotta look down and see. Why my belly's so big. These days probably aided them way too many times when i was much younger.

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"A welcome to the podcast. I'm absolutely thrilled that you are here with me today. I have a lenora kala russo. How're you doing lenora. i am doing well. How are you billie. And if you're wondering what that cracking is in the background in front of a fireplace which is a lie fireplace. Where we're gonna explain that whole thing as we go into our subject for tonight. Our subjects will be today Simply hey it's thanksgiving and it's great to have a holiday and all this other kind of thing but it's also very important to remember being grateful and something happened to kindness along the way here recently. I'm not exactly sure what happened to kindness. But it seems to be sort of forgotten concepts. We're gonna talk about that a little bit today. If you are new to the podcast first of all. Thank you for being here. You can find abilities. Podcast pretty much anywhere podcasts. Or found including apple podcasts. Spotify i heart radio on down. The line runs stitcher tune in all of those. And i gotta tell ya to or on some new ones. I'm getting a lot of lessons from cast box. We're also available on that one and pod chaser. That's been a recent one for us where we're getting a lotta and i haven't heard of this one until recently called geo seven. Have you heard of that one yet. Lenora never now. I haven't even heard of the hugh that you mentioned all right. Well it is. An indian service is actually headquartered in mumbai. India and huge. I mean millions of millions of subscribers through that region. And i don't know how many listens i get through there. I can't really track that. I do get a lot of listens. And i just want to mention to from europe and that doesn't surprise me because english is a requirement and a lot of those countries. So it's not uncommon for me to get people listening from the ukraine. Or something. Like that. And i get a lot of lessons from the russian federation which is interesting to me Australia has been another one that has popped up canada. That was not so surprising. And i still get a ton of view of listens and this is on the audio platforms. Most of my listens. Come from the audio platforms apple podcasts. And so on I can do those live as well. In addition.

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"lenora" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Like a bag lunch doesn't say a single one of those, but I'm not Encasement Who's he? No, it's all right. So Get with it. Done. Nothing they say is focusing goal gonna me my love. You mean the last guy? Sandals. The city does It would have really You. There's a fake finger man, AKI and Lenora bikes. He.

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Number different let's talk about your podcast i. You have a podcast, where can people find you what's the name of your podcast and where can people find you? Okay. So my podcast is it's a new dawn and each of the of the word is capitalised and that's why a lot of people. Were having a hard time finding it I believe. So it's it's a new don and each letter of each word of the beginning of the word capitalized. in I. Am I wrote this down where the heck is it Okay. So it my website is it's a new dawn new NJ DOT COM. So it's all one word. It's a new dawn, NJ DOT COM, and on their you'll find all the links to the podcast and the Youtube Channel. and. My TIKTOK is at it's a new dawn number for why are you? And you're also on twitter mentioning that for a reason. Do, you have your twitter. I don't even know my twitter I on me on twitter. Have it right here A. Lenora. Co L. A. R. U. S. S. One numeral one. And I only say that because. Social media you know we all have our little comfort zones where we where we find success and worry don't. As a general rule, we believe most podcasters agree twitter's a great place to be because of the fact that it is so real time it is You know. So trending when something happens. When there's a political debate or whatever. You don't have to wait for people to make videos or they're right there in real time you can. You can gauge the responses and it's not scientific. It's not a scientific poll, but the that it's so real time and it's so trending in it's so topical. There's a great community for not only podcasters, but for podcast fans as well on twitter. So. Yes I would. strongly. Encourage that I enjoy your videos. Now you do the on Tiktok for those that don't know you can make. Fifteen second videos or you can make up the sixty second videos you can..

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Number different let's talk about your podcast i. You have a podcast, where can people find you what's the name of your podcast and where can people find you? Okay. So my podcast is it's a new dawn and each of the of the word is capitalised and that's why a lot of people. Were having a hard time finding it I believe. So it's it's a new don and each letter of each word of the beginning of the word capitalized. in I. Am I wrote this down where the heck is it Okay. So it my website is it's a new dawn new NJ DOT COM. So it's all one word. It's a new dawn, NJ DOT COM, and on their you'll find all the links to the podcast and the Youtube Channel. and. My TIKTOK is at it's a new dawn number for why are you? And you're also on twitter mentioning that for a reason. Do, you have your twitter. I don't even know my twitter I on me on twitter. Have it right here A. Lenora. Co L. A. R. U. S. S. One numeral one. And I only say that because. Social media you know we all have our little comfort zones where we where we find success and worry don't. As a general rule, we believe most podcasters agree twitter's a great place to be because of the fact that it is so real time it is You know. So trending when something happens. When there's a political debate or whatever. You don't have to wait for people to make videos or they're right there in real time you can. You can gauge the responses and it's not scientific. It's not a scientific poll, but the that it's so real time and it's so trending in it's so topical. There's a great community for not only podcasters, but for podcast fans as well on twitter. So. Yes I would. strongly. Encourage that I enjoy your videos. Now you do the on Tiktok for those that don't know you can make. Fifteen second videos or you can make up the sixty second videos you can..

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"That's enough mom. Can I say mom I'm sorry it comes from my kids. Like they don't WanNa hear. All right. You'd set enough. Like maybe you're just saying it for attention or. You know the first thing that came to my head was that. You might be looking for attention. And for me, that's like. How would I address that? I would say that it's they're. They're thinking that's The one who had the problem I'm. Not Going to stop. It's. Their own issues? I stayed my kids it's not just my kids. It could be other people that are looking at it that way. Attention seekers. I can say you know I don't I don't take anything personally. There's a book called the four agreements and I really try not to take anything personally. So I also know. It's not about me. Yes, you know Not? About? ME. So, what would be? In terms of your journey for anyone who has been through anything traumatic. And whether it's The loss of a parent or the loss of a child or something that was unexpected. Typically. Accidents and things like that are much worse types of death to deal with than someone who gets sick from old age or whatever and dies. That can be horrible experience to. Say Goodbye to somebody in the morning and then they're gone. What would be your message of hope for anybody who has gone through something so terrible That they feel that they're never going to be happy again, what would be your message of hope? Gun Message of hope is that there's always hope there's always There's always a new day and that's my business. It's a new dawn Mike, that's. There's always a new day the sun will rise. They'll lose how because there is always a new day and Coming back to the support, get your support system in place. Don't be quiet I talk about it. You know and grief also doesn't have a time line. Sure. You know we all grieve in our own way. And don't feel like you know we've learned in nursing school. The DAB, die you know you have your depression and all comes in different waves were supposed to create what you know. Go this way angled off and then you're this way. There's no definite time line. Find that supports. Talk. You know from be afraid to talk, and there's always hope. There's always a new day. Yeah. And this too shall pass. Yes, I. Believe it was hawking a I could be wrong but I, one of my favorite quotes is very, very short and just simply says where there is life there is hope. and. That's kind of what we have to concentrate on. I WanNa talk a little bit about your presence online and let me just say this I am very, very happy that you have found a lot of success in a lot of support online. But I can tell you I've I've I've I've been around I'm not a young pup anymore and I can tell you that just be careful A lot of times people come to these support groups and they get involved in some of these chat rooms and they're not who they claim to be your they haven't had the experiences who they claim to be an often sometimes be a great place for predators to go. So just be very careful because you know I I like you said the Internet can provide some great things that can and just let make people earned your trust as I always say. I can only speak for myself like you said. Make people earn your trust. Speaking. Speaking of of being online your online.

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"My brain and for a lot of people. And I'm talking about good fat like Avocados and coconut oil and. Pasture Aj Jay eggs, and all those good things if you like salmon stuff like that. It gives simmers down those thoughts of anxiety. and. You know I mean and let's put a disclaimer year. This is what works for me, but it's definitely worse worth investigating. Dedication I've been meditating over fifteen years. So, being able to meditate and being able to be more conscious of the way on thinking. And Before it gets too deep, I'm able to. Take a graph of it. And have a better solution. Mean I'm that comes through my meditation and my Yoga Typing Yoga I teach and practice. Sure. So it's all been. A learning process and I'm healthier now at almost fifty six then I am I've ever been in at any in my life. So happy for you. A lot of parents might be out there. You had mentioned your parents and a if you have a child. And let's say would be some of the warning signs that something isn't right that something has happened to your child. What would be some of things that would stand out you know as far as your child's behavior that. Something might be going on and here again, that age for eight nine ten is is a very delicate age because children can speak at that age. They can relate concepts and ideas, but they don't have the maturity to understand what's happening to them. They don't a like you know you were afraid to come forward that you were going to get in trouble and all this. So how how can you hey something is something isn't right my kids acting differently. Notice that they're acting differently. In all isolation. Is Huge. These are just a few like state assault. Patriot. Not Feeling good about themselves. Sadness. But they can also go the other way where they are. You know acting overactive like making up for their status by being silly are weird quote unquote weird being a noxious now maybe not doing so well in school. An all. Also, safer that parent to always keep the lines of communication open. That is huge. I never had that. So have family meetings. Family meetings are great sitting sitting there level. Sitting down. Hey, what's going on? You know you can always talk to me without judgment I never had that. You know that is so important that kid to have trust in you. Once that trust is there. Now, it goes both ways. I always used to tell my care the you respect me and I'm gonNA. Respect you back. And once you have that respect then they feel more secure in talking to you. One of one of the things I tried to address on a lot of these types of programs is stigma and. With the me too movement and some of the greater awareness we we now have for what women go through in our society. The things like don't dress to sexy. You know the and you know you're asking for trouble what are some of the stigmas that you've encountered as a survivor and and how would you address those?.

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Throw up that it's crazy. So. After year, they did the operation again. At that point I didn't hear I couldn't hear it on my left ear at all because the bone you need the bone conduct sound. So, I'll meanwhile radio I lost Specimen Ajay those left ear I'm totally death. So they tried to put the bomb back in again that did not work. So I had. So I'm totally deaf in my left ear. And Yeah so I was able to throw up again pretty soon after that they able to say or now. And At the say but biggest trigger to stop throwing up. was that I wanted to have babies to save me and I, say, this I love my kids like no other. But my kids saved my life because I knew that if I was pregnant or breastfeeding that I wasn't gonNA throw up. So that's what happened I I couldn't have kids I have infertility problems and anybody in the medical field longer stand this. I have one to one over on opposite sides. which the ability specialist found out after a year had major surgery to figure it all out because that's the Big Ben is cut you. And the doctor said, it would be Miracle V fragment miracles happen. So five babies later I had been five in that. That's what started the path to recovery for me. I was not recovered billy I mean in my head. I was I was recovered from under `Limiano but not in my head I was still dealing with. This trauma from my abuse I never spoke about it. And it was after the third baby. I was about thirty four a little younger than thirty five. I don't know what triggered it, but I. Had Flashbacks I had all the stuff that came with abuse and. I. Went forward to. The archdioceses. With my husband. And it was past the statute of limitations I tried to do something. They took him out of the priesthood right away. But what they offered. Me was counseling that. Was it. So I didn't ask for money. I didn't ask for. Anything? Just wanted him out of there and I did go to the police they couldn't do anything. There is a report there I mean it's did go. But they gave me like fifteen years of counseling I. Don't Know How many years I went to a wonderful lady and that's another thing I want to tell your listeners fine the therapists that you're going to connect with and that you will find that. Peace with because, it might take a while to find the right therapists. That you find that comfort with makes a big difference I. think we all need therapists everybody even therapists need therapists. Yes. So I went to her from I don't know maybe twelve years a long time. and. That's when I started with my road of recovery, and then the rest is food and yoga experts all that stuff. So I think I went off chocolate bit. That was going to be where I was going to lead into is. How you reached out for help and it sounds like it was initially counseling is that correct and then you kind of put the pieces together from there. Yeah went to she. Actually she has a sister who passed away, but she was a sister of charity. And I just loved her I just connected with our and. From there was able to tell my parents What happened? And my mom. Was Devastated was you know sobbing and I gave him all the money from the funeral. Gave Him this Golden Chalice that we had from the funeral that I can't believe this and then out was the extent of that never talked about it again, my dad never said anything to me. So hurt so bad but I know now my dad had a lot of abuse in his life..

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Now, it's so different. Now so God bless that. So in an experienced to, it's very common for years to go by before survivors can talk about an actually you're at the age where a lot of them fifty is about where a lot of them start to feel comfortable takes that long. So yes now this. Stuff that was going on a lead t some eating disorders. Want to briefly talk about how that's somehow comforted you. Yeah well, it started off where I add if I could have control over the food. That's the one thing I had control of her. You know he took control over my body he took away my innocence. So. I felt like. I had control of what went in my mouth. So it started out as Anorexia when I was sixteen. And back then you didn't talk about that baggy clothes all the time my mom was busy. But then my period stopped. and. I told my mom. And she brought me to the doctor and the doctor when I took off my clothes it was like, Oh, you you just gotta get her to eat. That was the ansel. That was the answer. And my dad being a -Talian man that is just like grabbed me by my shirt. You're eating sit down you're eating and that was the answer and I figured out how to throw up. And The rest is history almost I that was my second belt with death. Was Believe me because Adam Hart issue from Midas and I was really messing with the electrolytes and. Firing in my heart and I went to the hospital many times and that was another big secret for six years. and. You should throw four or five times a day. And Yeah and I would there was a ritual that. You know I had to throw up until I saw blood. Or wasn't good enough and. I would be by that toilet asking God to take me. I want I tried I wanted to kill myself. I can't tell you how many times. I was already isolated. Brought me into more isolation. And you know I can bring myself back there and this is only been able to talk about this on podcast without crying recently. It's it. It was the darkest darkest darkest time in my life and instead of me having control over food, the Food had control. Over me. Because you need you need to eat. The United States to eat and I just didn't know how..

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Now, it's so different. Now so God bless that. So in an experienced to, it's very common for years to go by before survivors can talk about an actually you're at the age where a lot of them fifty is about where a lot of them start to feel comfortable takes that long. So yes now this. Stuff that was going on a lead t some eating disorders. Want to briefly talk about how that's somehow comforted you. Yeah well, it started off where I add if I could have control over the food. That's the one thing I had control of her. You know he took control over my body he took away my innocence. So. I felt like. I had control of what went in my mouth. So it started out as Anorexia when I was sixteen. And back then you didn't talk about that baggy clothes all the time my mom was busy. But then my period stopped. and. I told my mom. And she brought me to the doctor and the doctor when I took off my clothes it was like, Oh, you you just gotta get her to eat. That was the ansel. That was the answer. And my dad being a -Talian man that is just like grabbed me by my shirt. You're eating sit down you're eating and that was the answer and I figured out how to throw up. And The rest is history almost I that was my second belt with death. Was Believe me because Adam Hart issue from Midas and I was really messing with the electrolytes and. Firing in my heart and I went to the hospital many times and that was another big secret for six years. and. You should throw four or five times a day. And Yeah and I would there was a ritual that. You know I had to throw up until I saw blood. Or wasn't good enough and. I would be by that toilet asking God to take me. I want I tried I wanted to kill myself. I can't tell you how many times. I was already isolated. Brought me into more isolation. And you know I can bring myself back there and this is only been able to talk about this on podcast without crying recently. It's it. It was the darkest darkest darkest time in my life and instead of me having control over food, the Food had control. Over me. Because you need you need to eat. The United States to eat and I just didn't know how..

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Shop. He worked extremely hard and my mom worked extremely hard at home and my mom was exhausted and we trusted this man when he had me on his lap. And you know I I, don't even you know this the sweat, the sound the the you know I can bring myself back there. You grew me you know he just made. It made me feel any would also use what my mom would say to me going to punish you. You know if you tell your mom, that's the way I was brought up. You know like if I did something like if I fought with my sister. Did something God's GonNa punish you that was embedded in my had. Was In my head. So he took advantage of that. I was terrified terrified used to wrote me love ladders use could you know and I had them tucked away in a draw my sister not clean out our room and I've come across season I I just. I, don't know I. Didn't know what? To think I knew was wrong. I knew it was wrong but there was wasn't even a thought in my head to say anything. Even a thought. That to me is is very brazen on his part. You actually write letters I mean, how did he know those weren't going to fall into the wrong hands I mean. He trusted me. He knew he had me. He knew he had me I. Mean I was it was three years. Really it was it was a long time. Yeah I'm aware of the the the psychological trap that survivors often have gotten themselves into and it's hard to get out of and I put myself and when I was ten years old, I'm not sure I could of process that. So I mean to be honest with myself. It's easy as an adult look back on it in hindsight and say, well, I didn't do this that. But your mind isn't functioning like that when you're nine or ten years old, you're you're you don't..

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"So the quote is one day you will tell your story of how you overcame what you went through and it will be someone else's survival guide, and that's by Bernie Brown and. Brown is. I don't know she is an inspirational speaker huge has written I don't know how many books she's written, but that just stuck out for me today and that's exactly why I do what I do I've just been telling my story I'm almost fifty six. I've been telling my story probably since I'm fifty now. So it took that long. But in the hopes of going maybe helping being somebody else's survival guide. Sure. That's thought. It was perfect for today. Obviously it's. A great cause to want to help others. But is there any part of it? That is therapeutic for yourself. Oh for sure. I mean I'm not GonNa say that telling my story doesn't bring me back. But I think each time I tell it. It releases this pain a little more every time. So and I'm sorry, everybody we are watching this live my light just went out on really sorry about that. AM I. Okay. So you're. Fine Okay sorry. No we'll be. Okay. Your early life, obviously a lot of siblings. Before things started to. Become before we started having issues before problems started for you how is your life? Generally, we generally a happy kid you'd like to play outside normal friends. What kind of a child were you like? I have to say that it's when when I started out in life I've always had issues in my whole life. So at two years old, I was out of all the eleven children I came down with bacterial meningitis which back man. was deadly because there wasn't vaccines there wasn't you know and bacterial different infects. The brain. Affected, my heart and my hearing. So that's I lost some hearing in my right ear. But I was in the hospital for three weeks with that in a fetal position could not move the doctors told my parents that. I didn't look at for me. and. I've had three deaths experiences in my life, and that was one of them and it was a pure pure miracle that I. Was Okay from that. and. But growing up while from that because I couldn't hear. It isolated me already mind hearing. Of course you know if you don't hear you kind of go into an interview, you become sort an introvert not for everybody for for me it was. So I always felt. In even in a house full of this chaos. I felt alone aways from from from weight from the beginning for as long as I can remember I felt that I was different. I've always been a little bit weird. Yes. I think it's just for attention where than anything because I never got it. You know sure. Having all those children. It was my mother. That's all she did was she said she claimed in we had two washers and dryers and let's all my mom did. Drive. So it wasn't like my mom took me places I never went shopping. Now I mean we we had cousins in New York and they were going over bags of clothes from Newark like no clothes and I have six I have six sisters so we..

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"So the quote is one day you will tell your story of how you overcame what you went through and it will be someone else's survival guide, and that's by Bernie Brown and. Brown is. I don't know she is an inspirational speaker huge has written I don't know how many books she's written, but that just stuck out for me today and that's exactly why I do what I do I've just been telling my story I'm almost fifty six. I've been telling my story probably since I'm fifty now. So it took that long. But in the hopes of going maybe helping being somebody else's survival guide. Sure. That's thought. It was perfect for today. Obviously it's. A great cause to want to help others. But is there any part of it? That is therapeutic for yourself. Oh for sure. I mean I'm not GonNa say that telling my story doesn't bring me back. But I think each time I tell it. It releases this pain a little more every time. So and I'm sorry, everybody we are watching this live my light just went out on really sorry about that. AM I. Okay. So you're. Fine Okay sorry. No we'll be. Okay. Your early life, obviously a lot of siblings. Before things started to. Become before we started having issues before problems started for you how is your life? Generally, we generally a happy kid you'd like to play outside normal friends. What kind of a child were you like? I have to say that it's when when I started out in life I've always had issues in my whole life. So at two years old, I was out of all the eleven children I came down with bacterial meningitis which back man. was deadly because there wasn't vaccines there wasn't you know and bacterial different infects. The brain. Affected, my heart and my hearing. So that's I lost some hearing in my right ear. But I was in the hospital for three weeks with that in a fetal position could not move the doctors told my parents that. I didn't look at for me. and. I've had three deaths experiences in my life, and that was one of them and it was a pure pure miracle that I. Was Okay from that. and. But growing up while from that because I couldn't hear. It isolated me already mind hearing. Of course you know if you don't hear you kind of go into an interview, you become sort an introvert not for everybody for for me it was. So I always felt. In even in a house full of this chaos. I felt alone aways from from from weight from the beginning for as long as I can remember I felt that I was different. I've always been a little bit weird. Yes. I think it's just for attention where than anything because I never got it. You know sure. Having all those children. It was my mother. That's all she did was she said she claimed in we had two washers and dryers and let's all my mom did. Drive. So it wasn't like my mom took me places I never went shopping. Now I mean we we had cousins in New York and they were going over bags of clothes from Newark like no clothes and I have six I have six sisters so we..

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Don't know where you find us, but you can find this pretty much anywhere podcasts or found including apple podcasts spotify iheartradio on down the line. On the zoom a machine with me today is Lenora and she likes to go by land. So we're going to call her len len how are you doing today? Actually. Really good today. Thank you so much for US gang. Yes. When you got on, you have this like energy. So I'm I'm very happy about that. You have this super powerful energy and that's awesome. Let me tell you a little bit about her lenny is a registered nurse. She is a nutritional counselor personal trainer Yoga Teacher, and let me know if I had this right a right key master is that how you say that? rinky raking. freaky magic. She is here today to discuss her journey of abuse pain and P. T. S. d. she made it through this journey, not only as that of a survivor, but as a healthy and happy individual. She hopes to inspire others who may be going through their own passage of trauma or difficulty to let them know that hope for recovery is possible and within reach. And just a little note today our interview today. Does contain some sensitive subject matter, and especially if you are a survivor, there may be some triggers in this episode. So we just WanNa let you know if you're sensitive to that, we perfectly understand just be aware that we might be discussing some sensitive issues today. You will obviously are telling your story to help other people when you are not making the world a better place and I, don't doubt that you do when you're not doing all these wonderful things. What do you like to do for fun I? I know you're on Tiktok and we'll talk about that What do you like to do for fun? Might be pretty boring to the regular average person but fun for me is. Pretty much having a day for myself and just. Chilling out and I love working out I love practicing Yoga I love meditation. And you'll find out from the story that. for me reading books I mean I haven't read books in a while because of Tiktok I want to say. Going to place the blame onto. But just to be able to do that, I have always had a life..

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"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"lenora" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Don't know where you find us, but you can find this pretty much anywhere podcasts or found including apple podcasts spotify iheartradio on down the line. On the zoom a machine with me today is Lenora and she likes to go by land. So we're going to call her len len how are you doing today? Actually. Really good today. Thank you so much for US gang. Yes. When you got on, you have this like energy. So I'm I'm very happy about that. You have this super powerful energy and that's awesome. Let me tell you a little bit about her lenny is a registered nurse. She is a nutritional counselor personal trainer Yoga Teacher, and let me know if I had this right a right key master is that how you say that? rinky raking. freaky magic. She is here today to discuss her journey of abuse pain and P. T. S. d. she made it through this journey, not only as that of a survivor, but as a healthy and happy individual. She hopes to inspire others who may be going through their own passage of trauma or difficulty to let them know that hope for recovery is possible and within reach. And just a little note today our interview today. Does contain some sensitive subject matter, and especially if you are a survivor, there may be some triggers in this episode. So we just WanNa let you know if you're sensitive to that, we perfectly understand just be aware that we might be discussing some sensitive issues today. You will obviously are telling your story to help other people when you are not making the world a better place and I, don't doubt that you do when you're not doing all these wonderful things. What do you like to do for fun I? I know you're on Tiktok and we'll talk about that What do you like to do for fun? Might be pretty boring to the regular average person but fun for me is. Pretty much having a day for myself and just. Chilling out and I love working out I love practicing Yoga I love meditation. And you'll find out from the story that. for me reading books I mean I haven't read books in a while because of Tiktok I want to say. Going to place the blame onto. But just to be able to do that, I have always had a life..

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Lennar Stock Jumps as Pivot to Low-Price Homes Pays Off and Boeing Stock Loses More Support Over the 737 MAX

MarketFoolery

06:15 min | 2 years ago

Lennar Stock Jumps as Pivot to Low-Price Homes Pays Off and Boeing Stock Loses More Support Over the 737 MAX

"Got two very different announcements from the same company. We have a group of economists to consider. But we're going to start today with housing Lanar the number two homebuilder in the US reported fourth-quarter results profit and revenue both came in higher-than-expected Lanar also bumped up their guidance for the number of homes. It expects to deliver in two thousand twenty. This is a really good way to end the fiscal year. It's a boomer of story. They we're supposed to turn they. They were supposed to report expected report about six point. Five billion in revenue and they came in at about seven billion which. That's a lot more. I mean for housing. That's a pretty predictable industry so for them to come in that much higher some of it has to do with the fact that you know interest rates have remained remained so low and people are the housing market has done really well but lenore made a great choice a couple years ago. And it's a really interesting study study in you know in in corporate governance where they kind of leaned into the trend of people renting instead of buying. You know what we're going to go back into low priced and we used to call starter homes. We're going to make that a core of our business and not too many other homebuilders. I did that. And it's paying off in a huge way so shares of Lenora up about three percent this morning. You you look at this strong quarter bumping up the guidance for for twenty twenty I felt like the stock should have been up a little bit more but it had a pretty good run over the past twelve months. It's had an okay run. I mean it's trading get a pe of less than ten even after the run-up and one thing that is definitely true about homebuilders is that sometimes low peas are or not necessarily a signpost that the that the stock is undervalued because because it's such a cyclical industry. And I don't know I. I don't know that people still trust that. Interest rates are going to remain. Low inflation is going to remain. Jack I think people are still a little oh bit shell shocked from what happened a decade ago in this industry. But it's a well run company. I'm and and we In other areas have you know have have looked at this trend of low cost housing and low priced housing stock as well we. We've recommended a company called legacy housing which is very similar. You know has a very similar strategy. So yeah it was a great quarter and the companies You know the company's running on all cylinders but it yet but you're right. The stock didn't seem mm to react in a way that you might expect Boeing shares down a bit this morning in the wake of the crash of Ukraine International Airlines flight. Seven fifty two minutes after taking off in Tehran. The seven thirty seven crash killing all one hundred seventy six people on board of the terrible tragedy the from the business standpoint of a new crisis. Well she's GonNa say you know. This is not a seven thirty seven Max. Because they're all grounded. This is an older model. The seven thirty thirty seven eight hundred but to your point this is yet another thing for For Boeing to respond to. Yeah so the grounding of the seven thirty-seven Max and how Boeing handled that entire situation As cost them about nine billion dollars in revenue so far they were selling about one point. Five a billion dollars in the 737 Max per month and it costs Dennis Muilenburg the former. CEO His job. The seven thirty seven eight hundred is a different beast. According to air safe which is an organization that tracks airline safety you know. So it's very well named organization seven thirty seven eight hundred among the world's safest planes So we don't know as we're recording this what has happened with the flight The Iranian government came out immediately and said that it was an engine. Malfunction The Ukrainian embassy in Tehran came out very quickly. Cleon said that it was not terrorism and then they pulled that report the Ukrainians The governments of France Germany and Netherlands or have have restricted their planes from flying in Iranian airspace as a result the crash. So we don't know it's it's it's it's you know obviously Veasley. My first thought goes out to those affected. Because you know anytime you see something like this. It's it's gut wrenching but there are you know there are implications for for you. Know for for Boeing as well and they're neat new. CEO's going to you know is going to have to address it. When you look at Boeing Stock Doc which is close to a two year low? I don't know there's I feel like they're still so many questions that it's not even something I wanna want to put on my watch list. Even though I completely understand that a reasonable outcome for this business and therefore for this stock is that twenty twenty years the year all of these issues get resolved The the Max's get back online order star bumping up and in the next five years. This is a stock. That's up fifty to seventy. I hope it doesn't sound too cra- crass to say that passenger deaths are apart of the business of making airliners. I mean that's just airplanes. Do something that is bending the laws of physics and occasionally physics wins But given what happened with seven thirty seven Max. They have billions of dollars in potential liability in suits from you know from from from passengers because it does seem like and I'm not making a legal judgment here that there's a case to be made that there was malfeasance or misfeasance or something of that nature. On the part of Boeing. Boeing is still the one half of a duopoly and in the long term. I think that had you know I. I think that the stock is probably a pretty good bargain where it is here but there are going to be plenty of of questions in the near

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"lenora" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"lenora" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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