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"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:51 min | 2 months ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Lindstrom. That's Bradley Trainer won't Bradley. Why are we asking people this very, very celebratory questions? Well, because I read a story about a guy who got way too excited about a potato at a French chain restaurant, which was a hilarious But in addition to that, it got me thinking about Chain restaurants in general, and like people get really excited about their favorite chain restaurant, and they're like, no, you don't understand. They have the best chicken wings make it happen. So 6516411 of 71. What's the What's the like Chain restaurant that you've got some strong fields for And the story originally. It was on the daily mail. And it's US tourist horrifies French foodies by declaring potato restaurant chain serving the best food he hadn't while on vacation in France. So basically this guy like had a really good potato at The potato re think it's the name LA pottery that's French. And for the potato Ria the potato Remmel will be careful about the story because I feel like you might have some potato RIA if your potato Was not up to your liking. But people did that thing They do where, like the French people were like, how dare you you know would be like somebody coming to Minnesota and saying like I went to champs, and it was The best meal I had in the city and foodies would be like, how dare you? It's a chain right? Right? Because that's the thing I always love is like shaming other people's taste. Yeah, I mean, generally, it works for us, right? No. Anyway, So the guy, uh, here's Here's what he said. I just want to read you a little bit, He says about the potato at the lottery. And by the way, look feel free to look at it because it literally looks like a ham just rolled up in with, like a piece of potato mouth. Yeah, exactly with some cheese or butter or something. Something drizzly and, um It's like a lick. Cordon Bleu potato. Yeah. Uh, that and he is talking of the picture. That's a giant or big potato but a gloriously baked one. And I don't know what type but guessing something like a giant Yukon gold steamed and baked too creamy tender. But still with structure. Perfection. I peed When I bit into it. There was a descending choir of angels. The Angels were singing Bonnie and Clyde by Serge Gainsbourg and Bardo. Seriously. This was the greatest potato ever made by human hands. And when we got it at what I have to assume, as the French equivalent of a chili's words cannot express my amazement. Look at it again and he goes on. And people just like tear him up there. Like how Dare you? This is France, sir. Anyway, like Perhaps if you want a little tongue, French foods that's not the good place, but I mean, he peed a little. So you know that it must have been a good if he's a right to to to to like that. He's you know, it's worthy. Is all I'm saying, if you were going to be a little after you ate something at your favorite chain restaurant, Colleen, which chain restaurant would it be? Well, let's go to the phones. 1st 6516411. Oh, 71. What is the chain restaurant that you want? The world to know is the very, very, very best. Let's go to the phones. We've got Bailey on the line. Hi, Bailey. Are you there? Yes, I'm here can hear it. And now we can hear you, Bailey. What is the chain restaurant that you want? The world to know is the very greatest. So it's called Choo ease, And I believe the closest one to us is like in Chicago. It's like a more of a South. Chain restaurant, But it's text Max and they have bottomless chips and salsa, and they have a creamy jalapeno sauce. That's amazing. They've got great margaritas and then, like they also sell these kitschy T shirts that are just funds and it is the best place ever. Choo ease chilies. I've never heard neither of I want to go there. I know Bailey, I I would like to, I would like to pay attention to where I might find one of those on my travels and travails. Thank you for your call. 651641171. What is the chain that you want to sing the praises of, um Would you like to know my answer? Yes, Of course. That's why I asked It is a delectable up place that we like to call. The Waffle House. Oh, yeah. Uh, you ain't never had a waffle like they make at the Waffle house. I miss it. Oh, man, So that would be my chain restaurant that I want the word and I actually you know, people will look at scans at that sometimes. And then there are other people who know that the beauty of the waffle exactly Exactly. Bradley. What is the chain restaurant that you love? The most mine is one you've never heard of, Probably because it's only in Texas. And it's probably only in the Houston metro area, but it's called nine FAS and it's a Mexican restaurant, and it just has the most amazing Mexican food for I should say not Mexican food Tex Mex. Um, uh, and much like she was just describing chew ease as it's just one of those places where You know you're just going to and it's been a long time since I've been at an emphasis. I don't even know if the original one is still open. But it's the kind of place where you're just going to eat chips and cheese for days and all of your favorite text next. Text. Text text That's that's when you can actually text while you're eating Mexican food. Exactly. Texas man. Um, but if I were to pick one that you know, we all have here honestly. Chili's is my favorite. Oh, yeah. I mean, you know why You want your baby bump Everybody, baby baby back ribs, but any kind of chicken Tandy's any kind of blossom fried any awesome or otherwise. Hey, I do want to quickly read this email that we just got from our listener. Tony, who listens to us from France? So does she know about the potato re, she said. Subject potato re Message. Bones your Please pour worse restaurant chain ever. And no Yukon Gold. They are closing all over the place here in France, please. This guy is a very low bar. Tony. Tony. Oh, my gosh, but he loved it so much. That's hilarious. I mean, we have no idea what the I'll be honest, though, like I I do miss a good potato restaurant like whatever happened to the potato theme? You do? Sure, I was not a fan of the baked potato experience that we all lived through the eighties. I think my mother still is like the only person who eats baked potato with salsa. But see, here's the thing that there's better things that you can do with a big potato, But I do think Listen you if you're not a person who eats a big potato very often when you get yourself into a baked potato, you think to yourself out loud. Why don't I eat these more often? Yeah. What's your favorite thing to put on a potato? Well, Obviously I do the chives. I do the sour cream. Um, I don't do broccoli because I just think, you know, don't do that to the potato Unless you really hate it. I just for some reason, baked potatoes. I It's like of the potato experience. Twice baked potato. Sure you don't need to do much to it, though. Just a little. Some butter, some salt and pepper Some chives. Just whenever I'm presented with potato experience, it's going to be fries. It's going to be something with cheese. Mhm PS. I told my daughter the other day who was like I don't always want fries. I told her I was like you can ask for onion rings, and she was like on the side like she thought they were just an appetizer. I was like, Oh, no, honey, we have to pay a dollar 25, but it's worth it And she was like her eyes got big and she was like, I didn't know that that was an option. So just never forget. That's an option. Let's go to James. Hi, James. James. What is the chain restaurant that you want? The world to know is the best my preferences. Kyoto sushi? Mm. Where is that such place? There are a few of them around ones in Roseville once in Maple Grove. Down a minute. Taka two, I believe, and you can get all you can eat. Ooh, And it's made fresh. A fan of all you can eat. Yeah, we're here for that. Great. Yeah. Thank you, James. Sound like one of those teppanyaki places where I can get the sushi and teppanyaki. I think it more see not to be often to be often be honest. I've never been to a Kyoto sushi in either hold on it, But I'm going to look too. While you're looking Rachel send us an email. And she said, And actually, this was Via my talk app. The best chain restaurant just recently opened in Maple Grove. It's called the Great Greek Mediterranean Grill..

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Arizona: Banner Health Imposes Vaccine Mandates for Employees

Arizona's Morning News

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Arizona: Banner Health Imposes Vaccine Mandates for Employees

"Health has announced. All 52,000 employees are required to be fully vaccinated by November, 1st. To our legal analyst Monica Lindstrom says Banner has a strong reason for doing this, but the hospital system may be on the hook if something goes wrong during the vaccination process if an employee gets the vaccine due to banners requirement, and then there are injuries due to side effects banner may find itself involved in a lawsuit. There will be exemptions allowed. Banner is the largest private employer in Arizona. Dr. Simone Wild, is an infectious disease specialist with South Shore health, She tells Arizona's morning news. She understands why Banner is mandating vaccines. That is probably going to become more popular where more hospitals are going to mandate just like with the flu vaccines in many hospitals, many different states. We want people to get vaccinated. She calls it a travesty that all health care workers haven't been fully

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In Conversation with May Lindstrom Skin

Green Beauty Conversations

02:12 min | 6 months ago

In Conversation with May Lindstrom Skin

"Made from skin nowadays. What's a day to day. Business right now is a really powerful beautiful time. Actually we're almost a decade in further than that if you count my early years on my own before the website was even live and when this was a consultation business Working with bespoke clients but really this company has been an active vision for almost a decade. And where we are today. I'm so proud. I have a team. That's incredible we do one hundred percent of everything in house. It's like my own willy. wonka chocolate factory. I come in the door to the studio and it smells incredible. And there's just whole walls full ingredients and tubs of herbs and spices and salt sin clays and all the glass jars with oils lined up and you can see the colors and everything just sparkle. It's so alive. Our ingredients are the best there is in the world and our sourcing has just deepened over. The years as our relationships have grown and our quality standards just to get better and better as we are more connected to our people to our vendors to our farmers to the communities and the team itself. It started as just me. It was just me and my recipes. And i'd order whatever ingredients. I get access and i blended and filled every single batch in brought every single package to the post office and now it's like i've multiplied and just made babies everywhere kind of what it feels like i come in and where once there was me now. There's several people in the kitchen who are making this happen and budding and doing every step of the process from communicating with the farmers to managing our sourcing of our glassware to the printing to the we have a whole team that does. Qc just does quality control to make sure that every line of the boxes printed perfectly and the gold foil stamping immaculately lined up and the level of obsession with detail is a little over the top. But it's kind of what we're about

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2021 Super Bowl Ad Review

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

07:48 min | 10 months ago

2021 Super Bowl Ad Review

"Like there's two ads. I've really want to get everyone starts on I think they're the most polarizing we'll certainly talk about our picks for the best. Although i will say this year it was not exactly like a plus plus it was like you know pretty good lead like the the best ones were all pretty good And none of them were were tremendous home runs But that's the two that were kind of late editions. we already talked about only in passing But then also the two minute. Gps dot with bruce springsteen. Let's start with that nicole. I think we all know what what they were. Attempting you know like cheap wanted this rousing halftime in america type ram farmer. Type spot fill. It really fell flat. I actually kinda surprised that they released that one early because it was a two minute long spot. I thought at least it would be a two minute surprise So that was a little shocking to me. But yeah then when i saw it i was like oh man two minutes okay. Let's get cozy. Let's see what this is going to be like. Am i going to be laughing like last year. Because last year was such a pleasant like fun. Add to watch and this one. I just kinda felt like. Oh they're going like the safe route they're going like the middle of the road route. They're going to do the call for unity and also like to me. I as a consumer from the consumer perspective. I didn't love that. Because i feel like if i want to see a brand lean into its purpose i wanna see them. Take a side not do the middle of the road thing. I know that that's where a lot of Like i guess politics wise lot of people doing calls for unity but it still felt like a little too early for the brands to start doing the calls for unity. Like i'm still waiting for purpose from brands rather than middle of the road right now. I guess my question would be in. Jameson a. You and i talked about this many times. But i can't think of a brand that has ever succeeded by being like can't we all. Can we just come together. They learn anything from gap putting up that tweet that it was like a hoodie that had like read into on it and it's like a collie unity shoot rented after election day. Jeep is like we're going to spend twenty million dollars gap bruce springsteen in here and do the same exact thing in front of a hundred million and hope it works. I mean it was a touching message that i felt ill timed and i saw one tweet from at its kenya summit. A perfectly like what they displayed in that ad fundamentally goes against lead. Diversity inclusion is in america right now. And i think right just did didn't didn't showcase what america is today showcase a unity of one america used today. And you know what. I would have actually appreciated if they just re-run last year's groundhog day ad and donated that money to a cause that actually supports you know unifying missions I think that would have been funny and understandable and Yeah that that really fell flat a lot of the ads this year. Celebrities team to kind of try to force things like the cuts. The storylines is just we. I felt like the in this kind of i guess my last real thought on jeep is just the it's the kind of add that cmo's and and if i'm just being honest here because it's late i'm tired League basically wealthy white folks and and and just affluent people in general kind of ivory tower folks are gonna be like what a brave message like wouldn't important message. I'm so glad they used their storytelling to do this. You know what i mean. And and that's but to everyone else on the ground like who who has survived this past four years and knows how much farther we still have to go. It's just like oh there's a small church in kansas. That's that leaves their doors open. Okay cool then. Never mind like we're all good and you know it's just anyway. That's that's my. But i i also wanna make sure we say plenty of time talking about oatley because who wants to start us off one. No we haven't gotten to talk realism curious. I loved story. edited the story By katie lindstrom and No they wanted to go with something else in there. Trying to come up with With all these eight years and ended up like the ceo was kind of forced into the spot because he was like well. I guess i have a better idea. And he brought back an idea that he had and it was just him trying to come up with a jingle and From i saw you know it. It definitely caused a stir In terms of using a simple melody and a simple backdrop and like a shaky table with you know that lovely oatmeal gone. They're really worried about that class. Like nobody take this down from production. Okay we're going to go with it. But i thought it was so so on brand you know it. It was not expected and A little endearing. And you know i am. I am a consumer of that brand. And you know they. They also laid that message with you. Know the mission of. Let's also be sustainable and talk about. Let's let's take a quick pause to listen to the song for anyone who might have missed it in all of its glory It reminds me of like kind of like nineties weirdo alternative Kind of punk music. I don't know there's this weird vein of like intentionally bad dead dead milkman. style was. let's give it a listen made for you. Who moves like male but made for you. Well no no no no bill nicole. What did you think of the okay. So here's the thing. I actually when i was first watching it. I thought to myself like oh. That's actually kind of cute. I don't hate this. And then everyone i was in the room with just got quiet and they all just started like laughing at the same time. They're like oh. This is terrible terrible. We hate this. We all hate this. So i actually think that i'm one of the few. Maybe i'm i'm the right consumer here or something. I like the brand also personally but yeah. I didn't hate it right away. I get the cornyn est. And i get that like i don't know maybe maybe now that i've listened to not while i'm also editing and distracted by other things i get it but i listen. I was kind of like oh cute. Okay i have to say. Maybe one of my favorite advertising tweets of all time. And i won't name him because he's a great dude and Good on him for his transparency but so someone tweeted that oatley dropped the ball and then a few minutes later shared his own. Tweeden's i've been informed that my agency created the and and so it's actually fantastic

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Restoring Common Sense in Business

Duct Tape Marketing

09:09 min | 10 months ago

Restoring Common Sense in Business

"I guess today's martin lindstrom. He's the founder and chairman of lindstrom company. The world's leading brand and culture transformation group operating across five continents in more than thirty countries is also the author of a new book. We're gonna talk about today. Called the ministry of common sense how to eliminate bureaucratic red tape bad excuses and corporate bs. So martin welcome to the show. Thank you. John is a place to hear your voice again so since the subtitle has a bunch of stuff that people think of as negative. What led you to writing this book. I tell you what. Let's meteoroid it many years ago. Charlie bell where the former former former c. e. o. of mcdonald's reach out to me and he said hey martin i would love if you could reinvent the happy meal and i said sure bring it on a just have one one condition. Can we make it healthy police and challenge. He was a really good man so he said absolutely so my vision was to make six year old each broccoli and we began with storytelling so we had the forest the forest broccoli and the cucumber with the of Tomatoes with blood and kids lofted and parents loved it and even the franchisee loved it. We will not these pilots. So i went to the headquarters of of mcdonald's chicago and they said interesting. I never heard that word before in that context so i went back to europe as it is interesting. Nothing happened for two years. Nothing was silent for julius. Finally the new happy meal arrived and it was that drum rolls. It was a happy meal as we know it today with issue sugar bone and the french fries now included an apple. And that was where. I learned that if you wanna do transformations of organizations if you want to understand your consumer company have what i call an immune system so as a consequence of that. We had to the employed two psychologists to work with me in order to understand the dynamics in the corporate world because a good idea is no longer enough. A great consumer inside is not enough. You need more and you need to understand that immune system that defense mechanism for chains and that actually led me to writing this book. Because i realized very quickly that eighty percent of your work is to operate at lack of common sense and bring it back and then to transform copies towards the good. I'm sure anyone who's worked in particularly at corporate environment has experienced. I think they've come a little bit immune to it because it's just the way it works but has certainly experienced. Can you give a couple of examples of of what what is just really common rampant corporate. Bs longtime do you have. I mean i mean. I'll just let from from the end. Kobe nine jamming on a plane. The other day. Right as i sit in my seat ready for takeoff the frankly sounding was on the speaker saying. Welcome ladies and gentlemen aboard this flight. I regret to inform you that all cabin service has been completed suspended on the entire flight. Also need to inform you that the laboratories in front of the plane has been blocked. There are only now reserved for capping personnel. And by the way if you wanna use laboratories you can use the one laboratory in the back now that was because of covid nineteen. I don't need to tell you. But then i just need to ask you. That was thirty. Seven is a rose in this in this plane. So i literally had to pass by every single one hundred and seventy nine passengers and end up in a long line where i could breathe in a freshly brewed smell of toilet mixed with covid nineteen and then i was sitting in the seat. The second idea that came up with these contact tracing forms now in the old days you had to fill out all sorts of stupid forms with no one looks at an array and so this was the latest and greatest in that innovation pipeline. And here the first question was listened to this john. it's crazy. the first question was have you been in close proximity with any people you don't know within the last to allow us. The only thing you had to do was basically just to turn your head ninety degrees and that would be a stranger sitting there so you could take yes to that box. This hakin bulks was even worse. You see people don't have pen symbol because also with us multiple devices so bright. Young talent was barring the pen from the stewardess in the very front row and that pen was not walking through the entire plane and the second chris was. Have you taught anything in one have taught over the last twelve hours. I had to tick yes to that one as well. This is the minister of common sense in reverse gear. I call it call it common sense. I call it nonsense really because he's the rally not we've completely lost sense of what makes sense and for me. Common sense is seeing things as they are. Okay and doing things as the to be done set in another way. This is super important. It is to treat customers and employees as they themselves would expect to be treated. And i do think as companies grow. They lose that sense of reality the more busy dealing with himself than actually thinking about what the customers are. The consumers want so. I have to tell you one. I work with a lot of small business owners but i early in my career took project or pretty much from anybody and so i this project with a very large corporation and it was a very small project two thousand dollars semi invoice off and i gotta check ninety days later. Of course that was for two hundred fifteen thousand dollars and change that translates to france. But that was about one hundred times what i build them and i saw. I called them up. You know i thought about cashing the check. But i called them and said you know there's been a big mistake here you know. How do we rectify this well. After getting transferred to three different people. I actually then was sent for different forms that i had to fill out in order to return money to them. But i tell that story all the time because it was it was a watershed moment when i said you know what. I'm just going to start working with small business owners we. We won't have to deal with this anymore but you're so right and and johnny. It happens everywhere. But i think he's my view about this. Frankly speaking we living in a period now was unprecedented. And i don't think there's anything anymore. Cold going back to work uncalled going forward to work and by that i mean we onto situation right now where we actually can afford to reset what we once did. Rather than desperately replicating an old format and squeeze it into new way of living. I mean think about it. We all sitting in front of suman teams eight hours a day weighted. Those holly breaks go. I don't know no on any of the calls have been sitting on. Believe me just like you. I'll be sitting on a lot of those kohl's single person ever said. Hey guys at. We just had a five minute break here at just need to go to the toilet just a hole infamy. None of what people do is put the post pitcher on the sneak out to the toilet comeback after seven minutes and pretend like they're were not no away and then they asked. The question was awesome minutes. It goes so we can go back in a circle and even worse. We then continue exactly one hour. No matter how mundane a relevant conversation is because we actually did so that problem. Thirty five minutes into the conversation but the realities. We don't wanna look like we skulking or cheating in any way shape or form so we just decide to hang on clinch on and then they alternate break up here is. I have to jump on another team guys. Sorry and that sort of the ultimate. Kat is common sense going here because my property as we adopting a world of trivialities from the past onto a new format of living. And i think right. Now it's time for us to sit alone in the stat in the sand. Basically say hey. That's redefined my daily lives. Let's break it down. See where. I'm doing things which are ridiculous. Look at things which just make sense and then build up from scratch. This is the moment to do it right. And that's why published this book now because quite frankly i haven't done it myself. I'm sitting doing it right now. Realizing how much time wasting

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Senator Cantwell talks about tribal broadband at confirmation hearing

Native America Calling

03:47 min | 10 months ago

Senator Cantwell talks about tribal broadband at confirmation hearing

"This is national native news antonio gonzales the biden administration says it's ordered a pause new oil and gas leasing on public lands does not apply to tribal nations the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports the administration issued the clarification after the chairman of the youth indian tribe called the initial. Moratorium direct attack on tribal sovereignty. Stephen fast tourists of the northern arapaho. Business council agreed that would impact all of our guests tribes. Pretty bad it would triple fast. Horror says those tribes rely on oil and gas revenue to pay for social services and unlike state and local governments. They don't have a tax base to back on. The issue is thornier for climate activists. Gold tooth with the nonprofit indigenous environmental network. It's nice to see them. Ministration recognized travel it is disheartening to the tribes. The use that to continue fossil fuel extraction moving forward gold tooth hopes to biden will support tribes in divesting from fossil fuel industry for national native news. I'm savannah mar this week. President biden signed a memorandum on tribal consultation. It directs all executive departments and agencies to engage a regular consultation with tribes agencies. Have ninety days to come up with a plan. Tribal leaders across the country are welcoming the memo in a statement principal chief of the cherokee nation. Chuck hoskin junior applauded. The action hoskins says meaningful consultation is vital to treble governments to have a seat at the table to shape policy and hold the federal government responsible. He says the memorandum is the first comprehensive white house affirmation of mandatory consultation with tribes since two thousand nine the tribal consultation follow directives laid out by the obama administration. President biden says he's committed to honoring tribal sovereignty and including tribal voices and policy and hopes to strengthen the government's relationship with tribes this week washington. Us senator. Maria cantwell address. President biden's nominee for us. Secretary of commerce rhode island governor gina raimondo and talked about tribal broadband. Steve jackson has more. Senator can't will introduce legislation last session. That would accelerate the deployment of broadband services to tribal communities by setting aside fcc and usda funds for deployment on tribal lands at the confirmation hearing for commerce secretary. Can't well made governor raimondo. Aware of the issue and the secretary will inherit a new program as part of the kobe. Bill the tribal broadband connectivity program. It two thousand nineteen report from. Fcc found that less than half of households in indian country have access to high speed broadband services a twenty percent gap from non tribal areas. And so i hope that we will be able to get good administration of that program. The cova pandemic has only increased the problem of limited broadband. Dude at more people working from home as well as distance learning for students for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane alaskan native artist and illustrator. Michaela goad was honored by the american library association. This week with the randolph called toco metal. She said to be the first native american to win the award. A member of the central council of lincoln and haida indian tribes go was recognized for most distinguished american picture book for children. We are water protectors. The book written by carol lindstrom turtle mountain honors water protectors for fighting for indigenous rights and environmental justice. Awards were announced during the association's virtual midwinter gathering. I'm antonio

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Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys

Chad Benson Show

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys

"Woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News.

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Cloris Leachman, Oscar-winning actor also known as TV’s Phyllis Lindstrom, dies at 94, publicist says

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:13 sec | 10 months ago

Cloris Leachman, Oscar-winning actor also known as TV’s Phyllis Lindstrom, dies at 94, publicist says

"Still to come on all things considered. Emmi, an Oscar winning actress Cloris Leachman has died. Leachman is best remembered for her intense, dramatic and loopy comic roles from the last picture Show, Too Young Frankenstein

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Forget About B2B & B2C...It's All About H2H (Human to Human)

Trent365

01:35 min | 11 months ago

Forget About B2B & B2C...It's All About H2H (Human to Human)

"Martin. Lindstrom's new book. The ministry of common has just been released at. I've only just got to the introduction and already of got this fantastic concept and quote to take away which is the idea of b. to b. and b. two c. pretty much being relevant because at the end of the day it's all about human to human h- h h. I'm really looking forward to getting into this book. I haven't yet as i said. I've just got to the introduction. And already i've got something to share with you so my guess is over the coming weeks. They'll probably be a few more little insights to share now. If you don't know who martin lindstrom is. He is a brand guru. Been around for a long time. Done some fantastic work. Got some fantastic books. A couple of which i've spoken to you about the four. And i was actually lucky enough a while back now to interview and i think i've got an eight part series on that interview now. I haven't done video the audio at this stage. But i do have the video so get them up eventually but i will put a link to episode four hundred and seventy three. That's how long ago was of the audio content. At least so that you can listen to that content and get started on the wrist of the series as well thinks eight sessions altogether. We did so go. And check out the ministry of common saints. I'll put a link to that in the comments below along with a link to that first interview. I did with martin and remember. It's all about h- h h human to human already. That is

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The Best Ads of 2020

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

06:24 min | 1 year ago

The Best Ads of 2020

"You're listening to yeah. That's probably and the ad we podcast. We've talked about marketing media technology in pop culture because in the end everything is an ad especially this week. Because it's our ads of the year episode. Look forward to this all year. We get to nerd out about which adds stunts activation chains weird random social media responses from brands. We really liked this year and joining me this year to talk about it. We've got enes alaya who covers Performance marketing experiential marketing for edwige. Ian it is always great to have you here. Hello thanks for having me. We've also got katie lindstrom katie as a reporter who covers up breaking news and quite often big creative campaigns that are coming out katie. It is always a pleasure to have you joining us from your in austin austin texas. Got to be here and We've also got jamison fleming senior editor for membership here at ad week. jamieson has He's involved in just about everything H- here dad wake. And so i can't think of someone better to have kind of a big picture over overview and opinions on a lot of the biggest work that came out of the year. Jameson thanks so much for making time for us. Yeah accent. it'd be here excited to really digest very weird here battle tossing. It really was and i have to say of all the years of doing this every year. The ads a determining the as years difficult just I'll go and give the the can alert in the sense that Add wigs twenty five ads of the year Including our number one pick are all on dot com as of monday So if you're listening to this Probably monday or later. You should be able to find that on advocate dot com this year. We also did a reader's choice Bracket for the first time where we let. We identified thirty two of the biggest campaigns of the year and again ads and weird social responses. And even some political fundraisers and people really went nuts with it Jamison unload by you. And i both been watching edwige stuff for a long time. The level of this readers choice voting online was bananas. Yeah i mean the the semi finals between oreos and stake of guts. Seventy two thousand votes just on twitter. And i don't think i've ever seen any twitter poll by any twitter user. Get seventy two thousand votes so kind of crazy. When two brands with loyal followings can do twitter to say at least yeah that one was a crazy match of oreo created a doomsday vault when among many other doomsday scenarios happening this year There was an asteroid supposedly headed toward earth and so oreo created an underground bunker to save its recipes and Other things so That was up against stay. Combs campaign on social media against misinformation which was a very different kind of form of marketing. But they're following turned out in force. Seventy two thousand votes later. Oreo was the winner. Only i will say by promising to follow back. People who voted thing and then and then had a real struggle to follow through on their campaign from us. So as we record this we are in the final round which is orioles doomsday vault versus The princess bride reunion which was a fundraiser for wisconsin. Democrats really brilliant idea. They brought together just almost every Living actor and a person behind the princess bride Fred savage couldn't make it because it was his brother's birthday and he was spent with him but Everyone else pretty much. He's alive was there and As a really fantastic idea. So we won't know the winner when we record this because those are being battled out over the weekend but we will be able to talk about our favorites. So with that katy. We're we're just gonna go round robin here we're gonna talk about. Each of us has individual favorites. We i am happy to talk about ad. Weeks official favorites. But let's start out just on individual katie tells about one or two that you really love this year. I was thinking about this and just kind of thinking back to the ones that i shared with my own friends and family this year. That are you know. There's some overlap in some that are just kind of silly oreos already shouted out orioles doomsday camp. But they're proud parent Short film they released a couple of months ago. One that i just thought was really powerful. And i ended up sharing with it with a bunch of different people just because i thought it was a beautiful little short film and the story behind it was at the two actors who play a gay couple are actually partners in real life and it really came through when i thought was just like a lovely example of storytelling and then to shut up the mid west. The canadian beer brand labatt made some ads in that came out in the summer but it was like they had to completely reshoot their campaign so many brands had to this year. After creating a summer campaign that was not pandemic friendly and then having to totally start from scratch and there's was one of the one of the first stories like this that i covered in more like in-depth way they literally got back from there shoot for their summer campaign on the same day. That trump announced a national emergency. And then they that these two creatives just like created these really funny ads from with it within their own homes using like a power washer to simulate tubing and using a spray bottle and a little treadmill dissimulate like wake boarding. So it's kind of a funny way to pretend like these midwesterners we're at the out at the lake having a good time when that wasn't actually possible this summer over the summer so those were a couple of them now. Did you see that one griner. No no i didn't catch that one. It's it was by the burns group in and it's a pretty small like regional brand. But i just thought it was such an interesting pivot to use the word of the year.

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Supreme Court rejects Texas lawsuit to overturn Biden's election victory

Delta Trading Group

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court rejects Texas lawsuit to overturn Biden's election victory

"The Supreme Court rejected the Texas lawsuit backed by President Trump to overturn Joe Biden's election victory. Katya our legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom, the Supreme Court refused. Texas is case by basically saying that Texas had no interest in what other states were doing with the election. She says the legal argument was followed. The court's order was its second this week denying Republican requested to get involved in the 2020 election outcome.

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Political Ad Campaign from The Gap Strikes Sour Note with Twitter Users

Business Wars Daily

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Political Ad Campaign from The Gap Strikes Sour Note with Twitter Users

"These days. It's become almost mandatory to declare your company a purpose driven brand but owen said it would be easy. Take the gap for example last wednesday the day after election day. Remember that oh what feels like about a year ago. The gap came forward with a message of unity to this divided. Country on social media posted an image of its classic hoodie. But this one was navy on one side. Red on the other click. The image in zipper brought the two sides together. The accompanying message. The one thing we know is that together. We can move forward sitting berkeley alongside the text. We're two hearts one red one blue this while the united state of anxiety was just beginning to hold its breath waiting for ballot counts in court battles. The gaps message felt so flat that you might say no one voted for it. With the exception of a hapless brand manager who suggested it and the yes people in the boardroom who had thought it was a good idea as add weeks. catherine lunchroom wrote the hoodie. Mashup was greeted with almost exclusive derision. Many on social media criticized the gap for being tone death at such a tense moment. Lindstrom noted the common sentiment across to the new york times. The gap utterly failed to read the room within an hour. The gap deleted. It's post a brand representative assured the new york times that the sweatshirt existed as an image only they had no intention of selling it in a statement sent to several publications. The gap said their intention was to show the power of unity. They admitted their timing was too early but said they had faith the country would in fact come together in the future but just in case you think gap is alone in making this sort of fashion. Faux pas consider rival lululemon the luxury ath- leisurewear company is known for the one hundred dollar plus prices of its leggings with more and more professionals working from home and scarfing up comfortable fashion. Lululemon sales have soared but so to have consumers calls for brands to stand for something and lululemon tried in september. The brand went viral worldwide. For its case. Study of hypocrisy and marketing. The company highlighted the instagram accounts of five of its brand ambassadors one charlotte north carolina. Yoga teacher ready. Kern was promoting a workshop calling on people to resist capitalism the ouch factor of a multibillion dollar luxury brand telling consumers to resist capitalism. Well it drew attention from press all over the globe from the bbc. The new york post ultimately lululemon deleted that post it also distance itself from its own brand ambassador drawing criticism from kerns followers according to the charlotte observer in october struggling gap revealed that its latest strategy is to pump its own small but successful athletes. Your brand athletic taking direct aim at rival lululemon. At least they'll be evenly matched when it comes to brand messaging but the lesson from both companies missteps is for marketers everywhere. Those who choose to publicly support mission must be authentic about it and support it through and through a million ways to get mission driven marketing wrong and only Narrow pats to do right

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CDC Report: Officials Knew Coronavirus Test Was Flawed But Released It Anyway

Morning Edition

04:37 min | 1 year ago

CDC Report: Officials Knew Coronavirus Test Was Flawed But Released It Anyway

"We're also tracking the pandemic where the United States remains the world leader in cases and deaths this election week the U. S surpassed 100,000 cases per day for the first time, and today we have more of the story of how we got here. And NPR investigation has revealed news of a failure of Corona virus testing early in the pandemic. In February, a test designed by the Centers for Disease Control did not work, which set back U. S efforts now on internal investigation from the CDC, obtained by NPR shows the microbiologist who produced that test new it was flawed. And send it to the nation's labs. Anyway. Here's NPR's Dina Temple Raston. The covert tests arrived in New York City on a Friday in early February, when there were just a handful of confirmed cases in the United States that there was a little box with a few little tiny screw cap test tubes in it. That's Jennifer Rickman. She's the director and assistant commissioner of the New York City Public Health Laboratory, and she was one of the first people to learn that the cove in 19 tests the CDC sent to labs around the country. Actually didn't work. It became clear as soon as her lab technicians tried to verify the test. But the e mails from the lab stuff for saying something looks not quite right. Call us what jumped out at them. When the lab brand specimens that were supposed to be negative. The tests seem to indicate those samples contained a low level of the corona virus. It was truly an oh, crap moment like what are we going to do now? Everybody is waiting for us all over the city to have this test online. Everybody was holding on to this moment that we were going to have a test and now we don't have it and they wouldn't have it. It turns out until nearly a month later in March, which meant public health officials were hobbled from the earliest days of the pandemic health officials across the country reporting a shortage of tests. Despite promises from the federal government comes amid growing criticism that the delay in testing may have compromised the nation's ability to detect cases The CDC lab appear to have failed in a spectacular way. Though, as recently as July, the agency was still saying the test didn't have a problem. Here's CDC director Robert Redfield. When we did try to expand that test to give it to each of the local health departments, there wasn't manufacturing problem in one of the re agents that had to be corrected. That took about five weeks, But the agency's internal review suggests that isn't so It determined that the scientists who built the test used the wrong quality control procedures. The review also found problems with the lab's quality standards and problems with the management of the Latin more generally. The infectious diseases lab was run by a highly regarded scientists, Dr Stephen Lindstrom. He'd been an expert in influenza at the CDC for more than a decade and became director of the infectious Diseases lab a couple of years ago. The CDC declined to make Lindstrom available for an interview and declined to comment for the story. But Kelly Rib Lusky, director of infectious diseases at the Association of Public Health Laboratories, Said she was surprised that Lindstrom's lab would be called out on a report for something basic like quality control. That hadn't been her experience with him. I've done studies with Steve, and he's meticulous. And so the documentation failure was really surprising, So that was one thing the CDC found. A problem in the way the lab was run. The second thing that review found was that right before the test, we're going to be sent to hundreds of public labs. The lab ran a final check that showed the kids might not work. Ah, third of the time. But rather than pull the kids back, lab officials sent them out anyway. Kelly Rib less key again. The thing that hangs me up the most is probably the the 33% and not recalling you're not immediately going toe remanufacture or something at that point, because 33% is clearly a lot. To ensure this never happens again. The CDC review has recommendations for change. It sets clear criteria that must be met before the kids could be sent out rather than allowing lab directors to make a judgment call. An outside group must review all the CDC test kits before they go out. Stephen Lindstrom, for his part, no longer runs the lab and none of the same people who oversaw the making of that test. Are in charge. Now. New York's Rickman says that month they lost was crucial to the outcome in the response nationally as well as in New York City would have been different if we were able to have all the tools we needed in our toolbox earlier than we did not having the CDC tests, she said, was like building a house with just a saw and not a hammer. They needed a hammer, she said. Dina Temple Raston NPR news

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Demi Lovato and Former Fiance Max Ehrich’s Messy Split: Everything We Know

Colleen and Bradley

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Demi Lovato and Former Fiance Max Ehrich’s Messy Split: Everything We Know

"That's what we gotta talk about This Demi Llevado break up again because she's just released a song, which means we can't stop talking about it. This is the culling and Bradley Show my talk 1071 streaming live at my talk one of 71 dot com Everything entertainment Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer, Um Yeah. Demi Lovato. And Max. Marriage. Yeah, Infact, this publication ship has gone all sorts of directions, but it's provided all sorts of opportunity to write like In the midst of all the crazy Demi's gotten some additional traction for. Oh, look, a new single that just came out, but the price he's paying as a result. I don't know it seems a little too high as far as I'm concerned, because this Max Ehrich character has gotten really scare itch. Scary, really creepy tacular because when you start to reference Jeffrey Epstein to make a point You've kind of lost the room. So for those of you who don't remember Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich were engaged, They fell really fast if you believe the tabloid trash I fell really fast, really hard over the quarantine, like, Oh, we're spending all our time together. I don't know. Maybe that's true, but whatever they got engaged And then we heard that there was a break up through a tabloid. But then we heard from Max Ehrich over the weekend that like he didn't know his relationship that ended he posted To Instagram, saying he learned through a tabloid. And then he weirdly implied that this was a bad idea for Llevado to end their relationship because he was filming a movie about here about being a pastor. And he's a Christian. And all that. Remember that? Yeah, that was really kind of strange, right? I mean so much over the streams. It's hard to tease out. What strange is stranger than the other strange in by the way, she has kept radio silent. For the most part, she started speaking through surrogates to tabloids as well, but In the days since marriage has continued to post to instagram, making a variety of claims about how they hadn't officially ended. In fact, he said, that I think that was our last conversation was like He says. They didn't officially end anything. But it's like dude. Let it go. There are headlines. Yeah, I mean, it's like she wants you to go by. There's no unfollowed you It's d away by she posted herself without the ring. Great. Okay, but anyway As if that weren't bad enough. Teen Vogue reports that sources say Eric's choice to speak publicly on their relationship has further alienated Demi from Max saying quote she's completely embarrassed the way he's been acting and putting the relationship on blast by a social media. She wants nothing to do with him. Sources allege that Max has tried to contact me. Well, no bleep, because, presumably, instead of turning to social media, he could just pick up the phone right if they were engaged. You think he'd have her number one would imagine. But Demi is completely done. It doesn't want to see him again. At this point, she can't believe she fell into his trap. And it's really upset over it. Okay? Whatever. I don't know what story she's trying to tell us. But here's where things get otter. So on Tuesday, Max, um Post the messages to Instagram, by the way, all these messages like, disappear, but thank God for Jezebel, Another tabloids who have done the duty the deep to do, Don't we did their duty. To sort through all the posted messages on Instagram, seemingly implying that Demi Lovato was being abused. And then shared other messages referencing Jeffrey Epstein. Okay, so there's something going on page six reports that he posted three separate notes. Notes. APP Screenshots, which respectively read Hashtag Freed Ah, Demme Free Demetria because that's her name. Hashtag Free, Demetria. From the people that her abused her. What s so that's Max? Again? He's been shut down and shut out, and he's starting to post the sun Social. Then we get to Jeffrey Epstein in another Instagram post. He cryptically refers to Jeffrey Epstein saying. Quotes Jeffrey Obscene. Or let me put it this way they're trying to use Jeffrey Epstein's a verb. Jeffrey Epstein, me equals try to silence me for exposing the truth to the world.

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All four former officers involved in George Floyd's killing now face charges

Arizona's Morning News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

All four former officers involved in George Floyd's killing now face charges

"Story the four Minneapolis police officers involved in the in custody death of George Floyd were all fired now they've all been arrested three of them facing charges of aiding and abetting the fourth the one who knelt employee's neck because looking at murder charges K. D. A. R. as legal analyst says Minnesota's Attorney General's taking a risk by upgrading murder charges against that officer the second degree murder charge may be harder to win conviction you need to show some kind of intent that he intended for and he died that he intended to kill him but Katie a our legal analyst Monica Lindstrom says jurors could still choose from lesser homicide charges against Derek Shaw then the three X. officers with them now face aiding and abetting charges they changed the law and many states if not all across the country that says if you help in any way and this happens you're on the hook for the same amount of punishment Monica things trials won't start for eighteen months when national outrage hopefully cools

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"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Lindstrom Bradley trainer hello we're when we do we want to finish the show today probably right where we started which is by saying that I know it's there's so much there's so much and yet there's not enough so I don't even know where to begin with that yeah yeah I will say I have been very please at today people sharing all of their stories and I hope that we get to share even more those stories with you tomorrow I know we've we've continue to work on bringing some invoices to you of people who can give you ideas of things you can do but also to just share their experience you know we talked to Carla earlier who lives in the mid town exchange building tablets called yep over in Chicago in lake and I'm really glad we get because because again I think it's important to just hear the stories of people like when we started the show today we each kind of shared our own individual experience I think it's helpful for people to hear what we've gone through even though it's not the only experience and even though it's not the most important experience to hear right now still it's still one I think people are interested in and it's a unique one we're all having unique experiences right now and I will tell you I like you said it's a unique experience I think for people who might be really far removed from this physical area you may be paying attention to what's going on but you also may be able to go back to open a relatively and I'm saying relatively because coalbed normal semblance of what your day to day life looks like and I do think it's important to acknowledge that that is not reality for a good portion of the community right now and certainly there are people who are show truly removed from any sort of normal reality right now and then the three of us are are partially removed from a normal reality right now we recognize that our place in that but that's that's the reason why we are spending so much time on this today it again I feel like I'm very defensive about this but we've got a couple of messages from people and I just want to I just want to acknowledge them head on the people wanna laughs right now you're gonna have to find that somewhere else you're gonna have to find that somewhere else and I'm sorry because we love to laugh with you we love to laugh with you the three of us in our lives would love to laugh right now we're not doing a lot of laughs okay so we'll get back to it eventually but not right now well I will actually just clear flat to clear fly we're gonna clear why hello we're no clarify a little bit and say we we are actually laughing because were Laffey people generally but it's we're not laughing about the Kardashians today because that would just that the Kardashians are fine and they all have stories that will continue to be told all their attention back there about always gonna get attention but I think people who've listened to us for any like the time know that we're gonna share our you know like this our own stories but also the stories that are important and it would be weird if you turn up and listen to us yeah bring on about crazy stupid idiots we'll do that again hello but in this moment were each each of us I just feel like that wouldn't be appropriate yeah it wouldn't feel like the right thing to do no we wouldn't feel authentic to the experiences that we're having now and there are definitely times and make no bones about it there are definitely times when each of us individually are having our own personal struggles in our lives when it is difficult to open up the microphone and talk about the Kardashians that happens yeah but right now this is not a personal event this is a this is our community this is nationwide this is international there are some there are protests going on in other countries yeah very thing we are paying attention to right now you know maybe we can talk a little bit about that so I'm sure listeners have had some of these experiences to where you know this story is very specific to a very this is obvious it is specific to a person a person whose life was taken and then it became specific to a community and then it became specific to you know I'm a metropolitan area and so on and so forth but we've all sort of watch the trajectory of that and it has continued to ripple outward and now we are finding ourselves not only watching things that are happening in our own community or close by but also now go well beyond and it's been very trippy and that's the only word I can think to describe her to come of the seeing it happen out there and we kind of have I have friends that I follow obviously on social media who are in places like LA and they were having an experience that seems somewhat similar to what we were having a few days ago you know talking to people outside of our community is bizarre like talking to my mother every day I've been checking in with my mom I was doing it anyway regularly because of covert right but now checking in with her to just you know make sure she knows were safe hello but she's having it a totally different experience right and she's in a part of the country that's not being directly affected so trying to explain what that's like to another person in that position and it's just it's all been very surreal it really is surreal that's like is that not like the see more of twenty twenty surreal we will I you know I I can't say that I know what tomorrow will be like on the show what I can tell you is we have at least one gassed joining us who will bring us a unique and different perspective about the impacts that the events of the last week has had on the neighborhoods of north Minneapolis we'll be talking with him tomorrow we are working on some other community leaders that we would like to bring to you and we know like I've said that this is not typically what we do on the calling him Bradley show but right now this is what we're doing and we are hopeful that you will come along we are each individually doing our own work in our own lives and paying attention to how we can best be of service in this time and we certainly encourage you all to do the same thing and hopefully we can bring you along with us tonight can I just ask to if you guys have because we have a lot of blind spots if you have suggestions for things that we can recommend for people if they want to do stuff like I'm saying resources ways to help if you have that stuff that we haven't been able to get out please share that with us and if there are people you think we should be talking to feel free to share that with us as we recognize our own inadequacy in this moment and we also realize how fortunate we are to you know to have you guys as a resource as our you know our our listeners in it that we this is such a unique station because we there are other stations that have this relationship with their listeners but I think we really do rely on you guys a lot whether it's asking you for help or you know for help for others others but also you're you've been very helpful in pointing us in I mean Carl is a perfect example right she was on the show today listener and you guys have been so good at helping us connect where we need to so keep it up and email Facebook whatever it is Twitter yeah absolutely we we're here to hear from you and also just you know a reminder that I don't remember what the remainder was I need to get some sleep.

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Falcons could field an offense with 11 first-round draft picks

Golic & Wingo

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Falcons could field an offense with 11 first-round draft picks

"So we had a truck a couple of signings by the Atlanta Falcons over the weekend right to pick up tight end Hayden Hurst from the Baltimore Ravens and they also acquired look Kwan Treadwell a former number one pick for the Minnesota Vikings yeah as the Atlanta falcons roster currently stands right now on offense alone just on offense they have a Levin former first round picks all of these former first round picks quarterback Matt Ryan first round pick Todd Gurley who sign when he was released first round pick Julio Jones first round pick Calvin Ridley first round pick the Quantrill first round pick Hayden Hurst first round pick left tackle Jake Matthews first round pick left guard James carpenter first round pick center Alex Mack former first round pick Chris Lindstrom the right guard former first round pick and right tackle Caleb McGary also that he first started his first round eleven is incredible let them all eleven of them a former first round pick I mean there's no way that's ever happened before right I can't believe that what ever but here's the real question if you had to redraft everyone of these players how many would be former first rounder this okay because I think this is fair Lidstrom McGarry and carpenter I've always been really what one or two years no it's been really since two thousand eleven okay yeah so let's remind me Gerry I think you were taken off or taken them out yeah okay so all of the other nine how many would be redrafted as a first round what's what's going on it's not right absolutely no question that runs for Todd Gurley no yeah I I would say no I would sit well I would say no one quite frankly his a conversation about the value of the position in general could also affect the new with him that was the thing coming out of college yes I look he has fifty eight rushing touchdowns over his first whatever seasons and all the other ones are either in the hall of Famer going let me just say six are we saying first rounder today or go back to the beginning again it would re drawing back to the beginning again because I'm currently the way Todd Gurley came out I mean would you not still take him in the first one that's the question now right are you going to pay for that kind of production from a running back anymore we saw Christian McCaffrey Leonard for net like there's been plenty examples of even a legal or not re signing a big second contract drafting a great one of the first round can still benefit you a lot okay I'm just trying to get to it you know is that what they've done in their right career does that mean where are the first roll worthy to me the girly thing is to your point he had a knee injury coming out of college and right when they signed with the red sign that long term deal with they're trying they got out of now then he was going to be chronic so to me the top group member he was the first one that airports reset the market for running backs and it turned out no he just re establish the old line of thinking but that first three years of production would you that would you spend a first round pick on that because we saw that rand's office how much in common now it always goes like this with the running game but in combination with an offense of line that did really well what you brought into what worth over would you pay for that as the foundation of your off I'm beginning to go the Melkite around here that I'm not sure running back as well because Melvin Gordon was in that same draft and Melvin Gordon is on his team I got an extreme I think that's the biggest conversation we could take out of this is the running back position record number mellow one point eighty never take a running back in the first Rana I wonder for we're slowly but surely going back to it I mean there was a contract a couple years ago with the first running back off the board was late second round out of Tennessee and I think we're going back to that after a bevy running backs being taken so we were definitely in on Matt Ryan yes we're out on Todd Gurley a legit is amazing looking back at Todd Gurley's draft class there's not a lot of got like if you're talking about reworking the top ten Todd Gurley might be the most wealthy in that group maybe outside of Amari Cooper yeah we can we can have that discussion later because that's in it read graphic I think is always fast and you have to wait a certain amount of time Julio Jones know quite well right Calvin Ridley first round too early again I think it's too early last year what he had sixty three receptions okay just under nine hundred okay seven touchdowns I would mean he also can't account for how bad that team ask me yes or no right now I'd say yes but I still think it might be too early Hayden Hurst no not because look they they took marketers later in the draft in the third round he clearly became the tight end of Baltimore which made Hayden Hurst by the way has taken in the first row before Lamar Jackson R. Jackson for Lamar starting you know tight on that team right now marketers you said right Hayden Hurst also dealt with some injuries and stuff there too that's okay in perfect sample size and when you have a guy come on like marquetry who could predict that the way that offense ended up of what he was the Mackey award winner a what he was coming home with one truck will no no Jake Matthews yes I think so I think so I think so do not I meet yeah yeah I mean yes he's been there he's been there is a second contract I also wrote a like doesn't miss a lot of games he's he's dependable yeah I think that's what it our printer are probably not I mean he's he's been a guy that's been in the league for nine years now dependable guy but we're talking about first round right you know I mean when you're twenty four we'll talk about for sure we're talking about top ten picks like a lot yeah yeah yeah I I'd probably lean toward no on that as well yeah yeah Alex Mack yeah absolutely yeah yeah and then the other than what we remember and I think Lidstrom would be headed in that direction yeah kill the guy who's more reach last year get killed the one I have questions about obviously we know the health concerns that existed before the draft earning a hard issue that he had had to deal with early in this time oxygen so there's a lot to hash out with those two but just I mean blows off the page when you just read that number the every single hundred dinners with that crew yeah what eleven Ryan still got its still on that ride to reach for the paycheck first but everyone else has to at least go for their wallets and act like there's also a common I do with you know with my dad so you got rid you got Ridley help you got got this R. Ridley Hearst links from a Gerry all still on their rookie deals you know wrecked yeah everybody else is is all for them yeah if I'm looking at yes correct so yeah they're all fascinating eleven a former first rounders on

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"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer it is Friday I don't care what's happening outside of this room right now it's still Friday and that means that we're gonna stick some imbalance in the mouth it's true to this in your mouth is going to be fun to get to listen to Colin and Bradley eat food yeah well you know if everything else is crumbling down around us there is some comfort in knowing that calling a Bradley are still sticking things in empire hotel eating feeling what we have today Bradley so I was at a grocery store about a week and a half ago save for the moment well it was literally like oh I'm just he was literally the last time that I was at a grocery store and not like actively avoiding people like the plague literally and I saw on the shelf some Halloween candy items Halloween sorry amid Easter because Easter stronger highs Easter is like going to be cancelled which is eight well I don't think so right it happened don't even get me started well I don't know if you're able to get your hands on peeps at this point some tells me there's not a run on keeps though I would say it's out of my house especially these peeps these are some syrupy I don't know how I feel about the I don't I'll tell you right now I'm not good I mean I don't know how you feel I'm trying not to get a smell them actually said and nobody word when she talked about how they smell it up close take a big well gosh you know what it sounds like crap isn't that like the smell of one of the strawberry shortcake dolls maple Mary like Sarah Sally those were the discount off brand strawberry shortcake sticky Sally I think it was like a combo garbage pail kid strawberry shortcake but they are on the cover of dog vomit you mean the color what I say the cover all right you are really a hobbit hole nos visit for like a second we kept our social distance I was like it though some of those summaries on your face and by the way I'm not even in a room with a window but I am adjacent to a room that has a window so I could see the window through a window yes you're right I mean eat this thing yeah eat that thing so I while you're eating it I will let the world know Bradley loves peeps I think peeps are trash however Bradley did bring me a coconut people that I loved did thank you both of you for chiming in on the important thing yes it was chocolate dipped so it had a chocolate bottom and it was just coconut peat and it was awesome but that is the only people I've ever met that I actually liked Bradley okay here's the thing it doesn't taste like what it smells like they just taste like a positive thing which is fine because I love taking things I'm booth but there is an acrid chemical aftertaste the fellow at okay you need water or coffee I have a coconut lacroix that'll help okay although I don't know what those two flavors are gonna do together in your mouth but I that's not my favorite but I'm gonna get another one well you know feelings don't discriminate feelings lead anything it doesn't taste like pancakes it doesn't really I don't like bloom not like it yeah right like it's delivers it sugar I sure do Holly just doing Taliban are the little screw that can you see her face right now on Google hangouts let's see she's just got that lake did you either I'm scared don't call either so many other things to be afraid the day I give me that one thing right now it provides very knowledge I've I finish to I can't even thrown away in this room because it smells so bad so I have to put it out in the whole area it's it's not all my favorite I will say I finished it at the same time that I bought that thing I also bought a chocolate covered people complain peep it was so good so I'm still here for peeps I am not here for pancakes and syrup talk about white white white keeps gonna do weird things well I'm because the world is world yeah but all gosh sorry I have a film yeah it's an after taste yeah it's an experience I'm out of coffee which is not good that's tragic right there you should probably remedy that situation so we're well over later okay so let's let's rate the peep this is hard is it I mean it's hard because it hurts okay so on a scale of one to five cobras one being the worst five being the best ever Bradley trainer noted people love her I'm giving it a solid one I mean I'm gonna give it a zero I mean it was food and it I like to do it and maybe like four weeks I'll have a different opinion but maybe by Monday but you like taking those out with Holly Roberts I think we know where you're going with this zero yeah because I don't even want to eat it yeah I mean I say she's the one and I regretted it you know I might have given it at two until the after taste and that definitely wasn't number two well one of the hope solo a number three ranked.

Colin Colleen Lindstrom Bradley
"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Entertainment Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer he don't worry there's going to be an FTP yeah I mean for some reason toilet paper became the sign of the times or should say empty shelves where toilet paper once used to be is now the sign of the coronavirus times in which we live there has been a lot of panic buying that seems rather irrational although when everybody else is buying a like I guess I need some toilet paper right so it kinda just led to this huge demand but the good news is I I read this article over from bring me in the news which is a a local publication and they talked about the supply chain and how you know what led to sort of the toilet paper not just locally but nationally becoming unavailable but the good news is it's not supply the people who make toilet paper have consistently been able to get access to what they need to make the toilet paper now the the inconvenience is that it will likely take weeks for us to get back to normal stock normal levels because in in here's something I thought we could talk about in this segment just more broadly because I'm sure we've seen this whether it's toilet paper beans bread I went to the store last night and people were buying flower I'm like you know making biscuits what's gone they might be seriously they might be just make in their own bread I I think they must be so whether it's toilet paper any of a you know a dozen other things that are in short supply it really where was I going with this that the we'll take steps to get people to know that that we could talk about how the supply chain so because of the world that we live in right now and it doesn't become apparent until something like this happens a crisis our companies really don't and I was talking to my mom a little bit about this over the weekend because my mother works in a business that is all about she works between a retailer and a manufacturer and so she sees how you know retailers work and how they supply their stores with products and she also sees from the manufacturers and how they purchase supplies make their products and then sell them to retailers and we talked about how the supply chain now is such that people don't want to keep a lot of inventory write any factors don't right because that costs money and probably retailers to and so therefore you know target is really good at knowing exactly when their shelf is going to empty of toilet paper on a given week when that's not a problem yes yeah well look Roy or her that's a different story rigorous start a journal to even get me started most days they should be able to tell we only need this many packs of toilet paper you know the manufacturer's gonna ship us that from China instead of bringing over a ton of stuff from China or wherever and sticking it in a warehouse and just letting it sit there right so that means that when people run to buy a bunch of stuff that they weren't planning on having on hand that's why we don't have any and it's not necessarily that the product doesn't exist the rates which scares people and makes them by even more which is why I want people to just have to take a deep breath right now if you have enough toilet paper you don't need more yeah I mean when we do get more we don't need more you know what's interesting is you remember how what how long ago was this now you know what can I just tell you some really correct I am working on our screen right now that the president is addressing the nation oh sure and I'm hoping that how he's on the phone right now I'm hoping that maybe we can go to carry that live here and once she's done with this phone call I'm seeing the breaking news on the screen okay and that can we Holly can we take the president right now live the spread and mission of the writer's week we did this to where this was done by a lot of very talented people some of whom were standing with me for the next available Dr birds will be speaking about that in just a few minutes it's important for the young and healthy people to understand that while they may experience milder cinders symptoms they can easily spread this virus and they will spread it indeed putting countless others in harm's way we specially where about our senior citizens the White House task force meets every day and continually updates guidelines based on the fast evolving situation that this has become all over the world it's all over the world it's incredible what's happened in such a short period of time or the guidelines of the task force the new modeling conducted by Dr Burks and our consultation with governors we've made the decision to further tougher the guidelines and blood the infection now we'd much rather be ahead of the curve then behind it and that's what we are there for my administration is recommending that all Americans including the young and healthy work to engage in schooling from home when possible avoid gathering in groups of more than ten people avoid discretionary travel and avoid eating and drinking in bars restaurants and public food courts if everyone makes this change your these critical changes and sacrifices now we will rally together as one nation and we will defeat the virus and we're going to have a big celebration all together with several weeks of focused action we can turn the corner and turn it quickly a lot of progress has been made I'm also pleased to report today that a vaccine candidate is begun the phase one clinical trial this is one of the fastest vaccine development launches in history not even close were also racing to develop antiviral therapies and other treatments so we've had some promising results early results are promising to reduce the severity and the duration of the sender of the symptoms and I have to say that our government is prepared to do whatever it takes whatever it takes we're doing for doing it in every way and with that I'd like to just introduce doctor Burke who's going to discuss some of the things that we strongly recommend thank you thank you Mr president I think you know over the last months we've taken very bold action to stop the virus from coming to our shores and because of that we game tying to really get together and understand the progress across the globe of what has worked and what hasn't worked we now need to appeal to every single American so that they had to have their role in stopping the spread of this virus we've talked about things before about washing your hands but we really want to focus on if you are sick no matter who you are please stay home if someone in your household is diagnosed with this virus the entire household should quarantine in the house to prevent the spread of the virus to others the reason we're taking these strong and bold stabs his because we know there is a virus spread before you develop symptoms and then we know that there's a large group we don't know the precise percent yet that I know that is the live address the president addressing the nation so it's like trying to reassure us and give us some more direction on corona virus if it's still happening when we come back we'll take that otherwise we've got crazy stupid.

Colleen Lindstrom
"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer that is the question we're asking right now I'm a calling to Bradley show because this morning I saw that Chitty Chitty bang bang why was I know you to be careful when you say it do you think any change I think we thank you so the movie Chitty Chitty bang bang was trending on Twitter and I thought why and wonder is that I'm training on Twitter right now I know today Wednesday February ninth of twenty twenty because the question is being asked out in the in the net in the inner webs what movie traumatized you as a child and people are specifically talking about the child catcher from that movie so we're asking you right now on the Kolyma Bradley show FYI we're not sure how our phones are doing but we're gonna give it a good old try six five one six four one one of seven one here's the other good news our our social media gal Hannah was already on to this trend and asks the same very same question that's the my talk one of seven on Facebook so he we have those answers as well let's try to go to the phones Alicia is on the line hello Alicia yeah good bye Alicia sorry about that okay let's go to the let's go to that I was going to three three okay good what some of the folks have hold okay me that terrified them as children multiple people including Jack and a lease yet said that draws was traumatizing as a child I yeah I get that yes chart could that eats people on yeah but to be fair jaws terrorized the world not just children and jaws is actually that is just a part of our cultural fear it now and right in the same way that cycle is all yes that movie off I forgot about that and how that ties me what's interesting is and I don't think there's a wrong answer obviously this question whatever traumatize you as a kid like let me not to disparage your trauma thank you I feel seen but I was thinking more along the lines of like movies that you showed up as a kid to watch like I don't like I watch poltergeist and was traumatized I don't think I should have been watching poltergeist but like ET for example I was traumatized by ET and I don't think I was meant to be traumatized brown ET like I cried when I saw the T. because he's scared the big Jeepers out of me yeah okay so I think the distinction you're making is like what childhood movie yeah bad for children traumatized because obviously trauma like your exercise everybody's going to be traumatized by the exercise right like Damien you know the only movies Dave also tramp Trammell clients yeah you know what since scene was traumatizing was a kid now somebody a thing called and mention that terminator two judgment day was traumatized well there's a specific scene in that movie not the Arnold Schwarzenegger but seem right because that didn't traumatize me that told me who I was yeah we see in the house so you can when Sarah Connor Phil sleep and she's having a dream about being on the playground with Little John Connor and then the bomb drops on Los Angeles he sees the whole city getting decimated by the bomb and then she shaking at the gates telling everyone to run away and then she turns into a flaming skeleton how okay so that was a plus thank you for that yeah but but you know to the Chitty Chitty bang bang suggestion that's a good one because that really did I still have creepy like if I ever see the devil the devil will look like the child taker whatever they call it the child catcher child catcher in Chitty Chitty bang bang because he Joss is so creepy for me there was a movie and I believe it was a Disney movie when we were younger called the watcher in the woods Disney but it Betty making but Bette Davis was in it Kyle Richards was in it and this story is about this family who moved to a home in the country and that young children and this is that the reason why these things are always scary to kids right is that when the young children are being haunted by a in this in this story it's strange happenings that have a link to a cult event two years past book or I just remember that being here a fighting but it was definitely in the family section it was P. G. in the nineteen eighties but I remember we watched it like we got it from the video store thank must about like seven ate way too young okay let's go back to the my talk Facebook page Jesse what kinds of things Lisa said it and Beetlejuice why did my parents because okay to watch those movies I would say that about it re watching it as a child but I will say Beatles although you know I could see like parts of Beetlejuice like Beetlejuice is kind of a trip I think people just as amazing as I think he was big adventure is amazing but there are moments in pee wee's big adventure that could terrorize you if you were a grade eight yards Marge yep well not only large Marge but that scene of clowns running down the hallway to the emergency room five Chelsea said dumbo the drug scene and Pinocchio everything about Pinocchio Laura on Twitter said the day after which yes yeah so when you said the wicked witch in the wizard of oz yeah multiple people of called citing **** Wonka and the chocolate factory is being turned yeah different pieces of that of that movie for sure I show that to my son when he was like I don't remember he read the book and we watch the movie and I was terrified and I thought that was not my best parenting move I thought that this was for children silly me Lori said Rudolph the red nosed reindeer and then she said legal abdominal snowman cause me to have nightmares I feel like that was the time most of the abdominal so many assisted Bram stroker make that do you remember it wasn't a Disney movie there was a movie called hold on I'm gonna get it it was called a whole you could it it it's not like it's not like bloody Mary was something candy man call you remember that movie Gwen Stefani song no all that cute no that movie was terrified and I think I was too young to watch it when I watch that's a serious scary movie it is terrifying the bees yes it's so terrible and like what's behind the mirrors I can't I cannot or it when we come back sorry for traumatizing everybody free when we come back on the calling to Bradley show we have to go back to Britney from yesterday Britney spears we have been missing her on her Instagram now we know why she hasn't been on Instagram and we actually have confirmation of what exactly happened will tell yeah after this on my talk one.

Colleen Lindstrom Bradley
"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Lindstrom Bradley trainer and we're talking about some of that a record of some Royals news on one of the things that has made headlines today is who's going to be paying for the protection of the south success yeah so when it comes to the Duke and Duchess of suspects that tarian Megan who's going to cover their security bill if they move to Canada it seems like the early I mean she's in Canada right now with the kid and the dogs allegedly and people have been suggesting that they're gonna let you know she was in Toronto doing suits which that's her connection to Canada yes and you know it's part of the British Commonwealth whatever we don't know exactly where their permanent residents gonna be or if they're really good even have a permanent residence but this is an interesting part of the story that we should pay attention to and here's why so the headlines today are that the Canadian government likely is going to cover the security bill or a portion of or they are going to provide a level of security for the couple while they're in Canada now if you listen to the evening standard they they're reporting that Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has agreed that taxpayers in this country should pick up the huge bill for the couple's round the clock protection while they are in the country now the wording of that maybe suggests a certain bias towards story and I don't know anything about the next so I don't know what I should believe or not I will tell you that when I was like tooling around the internet's cursor were ruled from Norman they're only on the surface it's hard to nail down exactly what the Canadian government has actually they'll commit to it seems like we're in very early stages and nobody has actually put anything on paper but this could be like you know millions upon millions of dollars every year and if this story is true that is that Harian Megan would have a good chunk of their security paid for by the Canadian government just feel like I feel like I excuse me because first of all this is like one of those details that they maybe didn't consider before they decided to make this move it and this might be just a very pricey detail that should have been considered because if they're leaving the royal family then presumably one of the things they leave behind is the subsidized security right that's paid for by the tax payers of the United Kingdom right so if they leave if they walk away from that and they go anywhere whether it's Canada or the United States of America or Botswana for any of the number of places where they you know have spent time and find themselves in deer in two who is responsible for keeping them secure and if the government is stepping in and saying yeah we're willing to help then that means that comes at the expense of the taxpayers and they've gone from royal now to celebrities and what other celebrities get that kind of treatment yeah exactly and I'm just picking where I want to go with because they're a bunch of different places you could go the we just have this problem now where we think of Harian Meghan is like this a Darling couple who spend really Pooh poohed on the by this dusty old British institution which may or may not be true I'm not saying it's not also there's a certain amount of racism we will talk about that in just a few moments sexism like a lot a lot of outsider is am I don't know if that's a real ism but yeah I know Xena phobias thing right there a lot of things going on it that this story touches on which is presumably why everybody has a strong opinion about anymore at least for talking about it right and I think all those things are true but at but also is true is that this is a very privileged wealthy powerful couple who requires a level of you know security that you and I can't relate to and so while I think that they may have been treated unfairly and while I think that they you know can they should be able to do whatever they want with their lives I also don't know that that's the taxpayers responsibility to pay for it right so if that story is true and again it might just be that they come up with some way to like a range for this so that the taxpayers are not paying for it I don't know how that'll happen but that just seems like wake up you know I wish you all the best but like people got we got needs right and it's not taking care of you to very privileged people who couldn't make it work and made a choice in your own country and I think I let's go back to because again can't say enough it's it's possible to hold many different view points about this and so while on the one hand I support the idea that you know perhaps it's okay to leave them the monarchy behind for prince Harry to say bye bye yeah to that institution it's also it also brings up more problems here that the rest of the world has to pay attention to exactly and I don't know that we have a whole lot of time to do this a lot of justice so maybe we'll get back to it tomorrow but there's been a story making the rounds it's from buzzfeed news the headline is there are twenty here twenty headlines comparing Meghan Markle to keep Milton that may show why she and prince Harry are cutting off rail reporters and it goes on to highlight as it says twenty different headlines side by side example one these are both about avocados what that's so weird by one headline about Kate Middleton Kate morning sickness cure prince William gifted with an avocado for pregnant Duchess how lovely durable this by the way is from the even know what what is this express express Meghan Markle Meghan Markle beloved avocado linked to human rights abuse and drought millennial shame so rude it's all about an avocado and yet two completely different favorite I.

Lindstrom Bradley
"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Entertainment Kali Lindstrom Bradley training we have those celebrities the name is the the J. that think of frequent flyer in the section of our show he is and honestly it's for the same reason this call you don't have to share everything did she tell us like what color her BM was this morning now but that what she did tell us is this really you know kind of bizarre and tone deaf story about how a child protective services came to investigate her and Will Smith because they thought allegedly there had been a report that they were starving when I saw this I'm glad you brought this up because I wanted to I it's one of those things we see the headline and you kind of want to know but you're not willing to like give it the time I give it give yeah so here we go on the red table talks which is heard Facebook watch series which Bradley care fine because he does it I don't either we don't understand we don't know how to get there I don't know is that a change what you want me to Facebook watches wanted to put if I don't know how to get there anyway anyway that's our our nation's either here north just exactly okay boomer no but when I promise so here's what happened to do you'll remember this part at least do you remember a picture that was shared on social media it was a few years ago but definitely within the last decade willow Smith kind of lounging with this short was the guy she was like thirteen and he's he was now thirteen he's and he was not thirteen and he was apparently a friend of the family and his name was I'm always this aria us and he was twenty at the time when I was thirteen the two of them are lying in bed and then it got shared on social media and people went bonkers about it because yeah thirteen year old lounging around in a bed with a short list twenty year old it was a little alarming allegedly somebody you know of course they're already mad and they went to bat like he's just a friend is a family friend this is totally normal I don't think it's normal but that's a different story but apparently somebody reported them to CPS hi the reported a complaint that Jeter tickets and we'll Smith was starving willow Smith insists so it somebody had to come to their house and do an entire investigation and the way that J. depended Smith tells the story was just like she was irate that they were even being questioned now there's a to me there's a number of reasons why this is problematic among them like their art it it is a real concern if there is an under weight thirteen year old there are reasons to be concerned about that yeah I know a number of reasons also people got a job to do exactly so don't hate the person that has to do their job now with this so what's interesting is how you got dealt with so apparently jade is just mad willow at thirteen and this is how she defines it on the red table talks years later with a more kind of adult brain she basically says you know I I was looking at the lady thinking you could be helping so many kids right now and you're wasting your time with me I tried everything I need so there's sort of an awareness there but what willow decided to do was twenty with the lady in teller all she had to eat that day was serial and then everybody else got in on the act and they sent the leading away with nothing to in front of the lady hi she said I walked in with a bowl of cereal specifically because I knew that they said that you were starving me this is what will or sad I was like you know what I'm gonna walk in with food need the entire time I mean he three throughout the entire since she yeah which is a you know child this thing to do and certainly as a parent you would be mortified if you knew for example that that was not the case but still work being questioned I know people who have chills and things happen and things get reported and come to find out that there was like a miscommunication but you might wanna fight right because thank god but I think the important thing to me the important thing is to take it seriously you know and okay so as the story goes willow and Jaden were acting like this investigation was like a part of an opportunity for their personal protest even though their parents and told them to be on their best behavior so here allegedly willow tells me a lot about how this is Jana and and well are trying to smooth things over and those to the kids who they've treated like adults and given them like full autonomy over all things yeah since they were don't even get a fence don't get us started there's the stories but that they decided that the that the right thing you in that moment is basically mock the woman who was doing her job for CPS anyway eventually they went away and this is this is jade Pinkett Smith's take away from that incident she says we really locked up together as a family it was like we're getting attacked so the kids got to see the for it for the first time I will and I have been so protective the way he said like yeah so we reinforce that bad way of dealing with the outside world by being even worse I just see more insular and I think that there's something about me that just as frustrated with the idea that every single family story that they have is fair game for this Facebook watch thing everything about anything I'm grateful for the opportunity to realize what kind of family I wouldn't want to I would choose to not raise my family I know we're not supposed to have opinions about how the way you know the way other people raise their children I know that that's like the polite thing to say but the truth is you do get to have celebrity yeah that's the point that's right there stay with us role will show will reinforce that I'm speaking of and this is just this is a delightful.

Kali Lindstrom
"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Calling Lindstrom Bradley trainer okay now this story is crazy it's it's sad right so there's gonna be some people who passed away in the story and I get that and I don't I'm not trying to make light of the story but I read this story and I literally was like had so many questions and I think you're going to have these questions to and it's also one of those stories I don't wanna be the only one having this story or any so I need to share it with you guys and you have not heard the story I don't I have recently idea what you're talking about so I saw this headline and occasionally I will pick up on stories like these are click on them because I'm like is this just click bait like what's really going on because this is here's the headline Utah man was in freezer for ten years before discovery left notarized letter behind police say so when I saw that headline I thought a bunch of things could be happening here so you tell me maybe what you think alike because one of the here let me just tell you what I thought when I saw this headline you Tom Mann in freezer ten years before before he's found less notarized letter behind I was like did he leave a note that was like I wanted to be frozen yeah so here is my note yeah I have no I mean that would be my only I don't know I can't put there's none of claims just gets weirder from there when you read about this story now this is all over the internet we have the notarized letter with him in the freezer yes okay so a man was found the body of a man was found in a freezer so like I'm talking like your basement freezer in like one of the more trade freezer yeah inside a Utah apartment number last month okay he is believed to have been dead for a whole decade and left a note behind stating his wife did not kill him this is according to officials here's what happened now how they discover because you might take yourself while he's been in the freezer for ten years how did somebody finally discover him right also whose apartment is this okay that's in the story got it okay you know with me so this guy in a freezer with a letter that says my wife didn't kill me okay notarized okay well what the reason we're in this apartment is because it's the apartment of a husband and wife the wife just died seventy five year old jeans sore on matters died inside her inside of her apartment of natural causes recently okay so this seventy five year old woman dies in her apartment of natural causes so police come in to investigate she passed away while we're looking around the apartment somebody opened the freezer and finds another dead person inside only this guy was the body of sixty nine year old Paul Edwards may either is her husband who'd been dead for ten years okay he was sixty nine when he died yes okay I mean versus sixty nine after he died I don't know like are we come in the last ten years I don't know so the wife dies ten years after the husband dies and the husband has a letter saying my wife didn't kill me well the sad part is apparently what had happened was he was was chronically ill and I I believe if I remember correctly basically he knew he was gonna die yeah and he was like just I mean we don't know but the right option is right that what he did was say like okay I'm gonna die yeah and you're going to put me in the freezer and then you can continue to collect my benefits hi all and she apparently collected like over a hundred and seventy thousand dollars worth of government benefits for like a ten year period now they have not ruled it detectives don't know exactly what's going on yet to to say for certain how this all went down but it appears at least from the surface that the guy knew he was gonna die he's like honey just put me in the freezer and don't we'll get this note will get this note notarized so that if anybody finds me they'll know you didn't do it okay ten I now like it is because the notary right yep who signed this yeah had you been like what are my witnessing right now yeah exactly well in the end is that person not half to report that kind of thing exactly so the the one piece I remember was that the the notary was like I don't really know what I was signing I just signed on the dotted line and made me feel secure I know right you know they probably just walked in the somebody in this one some anyway so there they were investigating the notary to make sure that again that this wasn't like some like twisted murder rate went down but again it the presumption is that he did it so that she could continue to collect her benefits but the question I had was can you imagine what a question so much as a like all my god walking into your apartment every day knowing that your husband is in the freezer it's like the tell tale heart rate the editor Allan Poe's story like I would not be able to just sit there and watch the TV knowing that knowing that hold your husband your husband put that out of your brain right now the curious thing initially was that the woman was using a wheelchair so they're like behind the woman get the wheelchair and you know how did the woman get the dead Bonnie into the feelings for her but apparently she wasn't in a wheelchair at the time that he died but they're not ruling out yet that maybe somebody help third they don't know he wasn't a particularly large man to which I was like well of course if he was in the freezer he couldn't be that in a bag anyway neighbors in the retirement community where this happened also can you just imagine how like the neighbor like with tech body Texan me for like ten years everything we gotta go we do answer I'm thanks to watch entertainment I promise to love you unconditionally through.

Lindstrom Bradley
Southwest pilots accused of streaming plane bathroom video to cockpit

Rosie on the House

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Southwest pilots accused of streaming plane bathroom video to cockpit

"A Southwest Airlines flight attendant is suing the airline flight attendant Renee Stein occur accuses two pilots on a flight out of Phoenix of live streaming video from one of the planes restrooms to an iPad in the cockpit KTA our legal analyst Monica Lindstrom this would be a very difficult case to prove it if the flight attendant making the allegations did not have evidence but apparently she has a picture showing what was on the iPad the pilots denied the allegations in southwest says they do not place cameras in the bathrooms and have no other comment on the pending

Trump administration extends detention of migrant families with children

Voice to America

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Trump administration extends detention of migrant families with children

"If the Supreme Court approves migrant families from Central America would be detained together but detained indefinitely under the floor settlement agreement there was a twenty day cap for detaining migrant children however the new rule allows for a longer detention but expands the family detention KTA our legal expert Monica Lindstrom says the High Court will and the floor is agreement if trump administration's new rules keep up with the old rules of treating children humanely and protecting them the changes could star in sixty

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"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

"Healing and coaling because so many people like you said struggle go with eczema psoriasis like all these issues are on the rise so hopefully you'll at something in the near future. I'll be the first one to get it. You might i be the first person and i am working on something you laugh yea one more thing i should just remember to mention to the audience because a lot of people may not understand unless they're in the industry three amer when we were developing our love hair hair care line the thing that astound us the most because we went to formulate as we try to find the best we're not formulated ourselves but we are also didn't want just off the shelf formula but this is us trying to develop of maximum natural ingredients organic. Thank all that stuff and you hairline for hairline right and the craziest thing is i think is that they'll say oh. You mentioned about that blue. They tanzi blue pens that they're like. Hey do you want this ingredient marketing angry. It's a marketing what was a marketing degree and i well it just like i going to have much of it is just there so you can market it and if you look at most skincare haircare and yes up all the stuff dave marr blue pansy and even they have have it is not going to have them out. That's gonna be actually going to make a difference in effective to have that effect that supposed to have of cooking oil or whatever a bar in it if you really look at the ingredients and i think through anybody's listening to this lull i i think one of the thing that i really want to urge our listeners. As of what we do is what meaning does first things like really educate yourself on the ingredients because if you look at mostly mimi says like the swiss company whose market themselves be all natural chemicals a lot of synthetics and all that stuff in i understand even from having that experience ourselves trying to develops unlike this l._s._u. Really doing like you're doing it. Which is you're. You're formulating in house your manufacturing house. You're not outsourcing to to manufacture do then it's hostile out of its costs a lot but it's hard to do just plain us and like think having your own facility as the guy basically what you do. It's a whole different undertaking. It is not a four hour workweek whatsoever all right so <hes> but at the same time that's why it's special as you said it's remarkable special. As why should we want to point out to a lot of people listening what justifies the price this totally dust. I'm ought to be in business and and having source and trying to create stuff. I just understand even why are shampoo right cost what it causes the in like you said it's i understand why 'cause you create your own formulation and then the same thing in one you know by a template that is exists. You create something new unique unique that hasn't been created before and then ingredients are still being the first increase so much to do so incredible <hes> so with that. Thank you so much for being here. This is probably our long podcasts that they case down here. Thank you yeah we appreciate the full episode. Listeners always trust in the people who commute and with that. Is there anything that you want to share with our audience or action. Call anything <hes> kind of last words that you want to share where i really just want people to take good care of themselves whatever that means. You don't have to buy products. You don't have to get this through skin care. You can get this through you taking a snugly map with your partner right. You can get this through taking a walk in the park. You can get in this cooking dinner but my idea was to bottle a catalyst for love and for me personally. There's something sacred about cleansing ritual. We've done that since the beginning of time the idea of stepping into a quiet space at the beginning and end of the day touching your skin with intention bathing yourself in water anointing yourself oils it's really beautiful and and whether you have thirty seconds thirty minutes you can make that really special and you can allow that defeated nurture yourself and i think that's something we all deserve. So my ask is is that you do that and if you wanna do that with me. I have some really really beautiful tools that will help make that experience extraordinary you can shop set maelstrom dot com. You can find me at may lindstrom skin on instagram. I love to hear from you. I love to be in touch with you. I deeply deeply care. This is my world if you need help. If you want guidance into personalized ritual we will go back and forth with you firt novels you can email us care at maelstrom dot com. We genuinely genuinely just love to be in connection so i'm grateful for that. <hes> please do reach out..

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"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

15:00 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

"Have cell healthy skin to support in protect and really engaged for the future years for everybody. I really wanted to be universal reversal but the thing that you were talking about where you feel special that was such a big deal to me because for so many wires i'd been working with with women and men who were scared to leave their house. I was working with people who wouldn't look in the mirror who'd go in their houses near wouldn't even be there's people like myself who would never leave the house with with my skin showing at all people who are in so much pain physically so much pain emotionally about their skin people who felt like my five year old self finding i was allergic to something for the first time mm-hmm who feel that every day so that was very heavy it was a very heavy period of work which is probably also why i didn't fully commit to it at the time and why i felt so uncomfortable uncomfortable charging for it because there was so much pain there i really just wanted to provide some relief and when i started working on this collection i wanted to bring it to a place place that felt really good and so the intent was not to lose any that efficacy but really to focus on love and so now when you order through us like it really is our goal to bottle love if we could achieve this through sending love letters stuffed into a bottle we would do that but sometimes we do just need that message that we're okay and that we're enough in that we deserve to be nurtured and cared for and so we do send that out and we do send it out with love letters that let's say exactly those things and i think that that's really important and the ability to have a package show up and arrive at somebody's officer arrive at somebody's home and have have them be able to have a moment where they opened up an experienced christmas inexperienced feeling loved in surprised and delighted. That service is so lacking. There's such it's a little human touch on almost anything. This is the time of amazon and what we do is the antithesis of that. It's so much touch gotcha so much hands on attention so much human connection and we've made that happen now. I say we because now we're a team but from from the very first order that i should do it had a handwritten note and we still have that today and from the very first order that shipped it was beautiful extraordinary packaging aging these beautiful extraordinary ingredients never has there been a moment where there's a corner cut anywhere so when i started you asked about financing there is no financing it was like well i have fifty dollars for that ingredient and i've got one hundred dollars for that ingredient and i've got eight dollars for that ingredient. I need a few hundred dollars for this glassware in robert robert. My husband in the beginning laughed at me because i said i'm just need to make this exist. It just need to make it exists. I'm gonna make this first batch which was going to be like a hundred bottles bottles and i'm going to mix it and blend it and fill. It and i will have these bottles. They will exist. They will be beautiful. They will be so extraordinary and i don't know what i'm gonna gonna do with them. Don't have an audience they don't have anything but i was quietly building a website and i was quietly putting everything together and launched the website november remember two thousand eleven. The packaging actually was finalized in january of two thousand twelve so everything was coming together. I was pregnant with my first child. At the time i was pregnant. Pregnant with my daughter was very sick throwing up all day every day and so it was definitely not something. I was like trying that hard with so we went live on on the website. Everything was aw ready in january. When all the final packaging came in robert made the first sales to a couple of his buddies for valentine's gifts for their girlfriends the very very first sales were due to my husband selling them to men that he knew who knew that the women in their lives with love them and that was really special because they did and so then they told friends and so there was like a little bit of a whisper happening and meanwhile i was throwing up every day trying to grow this little person inside me and on july thirty first first of two thousand twelve i gave birth to my daughter at home and the very next day we launched with their first retailer on august first first retailer. I was spirit beauty lounge who is not around anymore. They closed a few years back but spirit. Denison is the founder of spirit beauty lounge. She was really who started the green beauty movement in my eyes in in many people's eyes she started the first big green beauty store that really took off online and had just a small curation of natural brands which in two thousand twelve there wasn't very many and she had scoured the planet and found the best wines and and made this curation online and all of the green beauty stores that exists today. I think exists because she existed i so it rolled out from. I'm there and that all came together in the craziest way. It's still i count my blessings with that. There's a makeup artist. Christy coleman who i was part of starting beauty counter <hes> but she was one of the first makeup artist who is doing natural makeup and her and i met during the period that i was doing makeup and we met onset where i was a model working with her while i was transitioning into being a makeup artist and i told her how proud i was of her for being vocal about using natural makeup onset sat which no one but me was doing with my money finger paints and <hes> so we had a little bond and then i told her about the skincare line that i was starting while i was sitting in her chair chair i believe it was her told spirit about me so when my website launched to crickets right because you can start a website anybody website it it does not mean anyone will ever see you websites and i had a newsletter quote which had about thirty people on it all friends and family none of whom had any money and would ever be a customer so quietly launched my website quietly set out the newsletter spirit sent me an email and if i had made eight a list of three stores that i thought this brand that i'd created should be in that was probably number one so i get this email from spirit and she's like a little bird told me you're doing something interesting. Send me yourself and so. I sent her a package and she fell in love with the clean dirt. She insisted that i sell it in her store and i said i don't know how to do that. I don't even know what a p._o. Is terms mean. I don't know what the margins i. Eh had no idea how to do anything except make these formulas and somehow. I made them really beautiful and somehow he did that part. I knew how to get the formula right. I knew what i wanted to look and feel like i didn't know how to do the business pretty uncomfortable with idea of selling anything. I also thought that this was going to be really small. I had the idea that this would be something that i could do. My daughter was napping clearly. I'd never been a parent before as you know. You can't do anything while they're napping if you're lucky enough to let them down so i was very delusional. I thought this was going to be like this little tiny thing and maybe around the time she started school. Maybe then i could grow a little bit and go into a couple of stores but that's just not what happened. I launched with spirit and everybody was watching what she was doing. This was twenty twelve. This is when everything was just starting to take off my inbox. Every day started being felled with retailers asking to carry us and then once we started showing up in these retailers than <hes> customers would discover who we were and then they would buy through our site and we'd blow their minds as then they'd come back and buy from our site over and over and over again more personalized experience. It was so personal so there was there's no retailer in the world who does what we do when curious about as well as that going back to your packaging because we've done that numerous house of business. Thanks one of the most difficult things is to create a very unique customized packaging on a small scale because he will always discovery will jose doing love hairs that like the minimum order quantities for customers packages massive ten twenty thousand units like really big so how with that person you met on craigslist. How were you able to create this thing that is hardest to achieve now especially in judea. It is creating a neat unique look and design. Were you know when you see your product. Anywhere is recognizable stands out woes different and then once people know you know so with. How were you able to achieve that like i still haven't come across a jar like your jar at that small scale elliot's i thought maybe you wanna got bigger to bigger quantities but how were you able to achieve a unique look and brand and feel when you're just starting out because i think that's one of the heart stinks for us with lexi heretics like to get to like a customized package where we feel very comfortable with and the like oh yeah we got it literally. When we sold the business we wash our new round circle packaging and we've always been copied on our packaging to like everything we every time. We innovated on the packaging and harrison world. We've always been copied and it took almost like eight years to get there so we're we're like yeah. We feel happy with this. Where view you kinda launched off the bat so that's why from more of a i'm just curious from a business perspective. How were you able to achieve that uniqueness so the design was immediate. I knew what i wanted as a saint to one of your other episodes where you guys were talking about having different skill sets and how important that is and with me. I am good at this part so for me designing packaging i knew in my head what i wanted it to look like finding finding my designer was a godsend because he could take this thing that was already in my mind make it digital and because he'd worked in packaging for forever he he knew the connections to the promo to to ali back so he connected me to that so when i sat down with him the first time i told him exactly what i wanted and i sat by his side and we worked together over a period of months because i had very little money and i had to pay him so i'd sit next to him and i would go all right move that up a little bit and move this down and i wanted to be danny lyon but i don't want it to be too whimsical but i wanted to have a little piece of that and what if we take it's like a couple of little seeds out here in a couple of out here and i wanted to be gold and i wanted to be on black but not too cold not too garish. It can't look cheap. The black has to be glass glass because oils have to be preserved correctly in eastern bloc light so i knew how i wanted to function. I knew how it wanted to look so i came in with an idea. The era in his job was to get out of my head into digital form and then helped me with the relationships with sourcing the paper finding the right metallic foil finding embossing finding all these pieces that make the packaging so extraordinary putting those pieces together but from the day i met him until the day we had the packaging in the hand was two years because i didn't have any money and so even though i knew what i wanted to do i didn't have investors. I had nobody to help me with this uh-huh and so it was all right well. Here's fifty dollars for this in here fifty dollars for this and here's fifty dollars to this until two years later we had the packaging in in hand so that's why the website launched in november and i had the packaging in january because it took that little time in between and the two years leading up to it for all the pieces to actually come together over. You actually be happy with what you launching because for you. You're just i guess i understand you. Were us important porn to launch with this like this was your like standard. There's only one way to do it for me and it's the best way i totally get it like it's..

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"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

13:31 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

"And reach new audiences so thank you so much again and let's get into the podcast and also make sure sheriff a friend family member because that also makes it themselves well but let's get it was really juicy episode. I'm really excited to have you here which has had a lovely dinner and now we're going to get into story. Thank you so much for being here today. It's nice to be here. This is so pretty. I know y'all can't see any of this but i am surrounded by pink roses which i'm sure you would expect no less ions. I'm feeling very wooed. There's candles. There's fresh t. v. something total experience people here. This is icon experience. It's also late so we'll see how it goes so we're definitely not moods just winding down a may. Thank you for being here so you had a very busy week and a very intense week. You're traveling from l._a. As you live in l._a. That's where you run your business and you've been having all these meetings and i'm so grateful that we've been able to catch you on this one of the las days of your trip here in london and so thanks for making the time and i just want to obviously talk about everything but specifically may is the founder of one of my favorites can care hair brands may lindstrom which goes by name and it's one of those incredible brands that has the most beautiful clean freshest ingredients agency can ever find ever and i remember hearing about your brand way before action the matching person and i was just wowed by the idealism of your brand so i'm definitely definitely gonna go into that story with us well but let's go back into your childhood and your life was like when the first ten years of your life..

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"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

16:03 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

"How we hold customer engagement all of that if i say does this equate to bottling alling love super simple and because to this day i have not taken a single penny from outside investment. Our investors are in customer. I have nobody nobody to answer to accept my customer and myself so i'm not trying to grow but we grow forty percent year over year. You're without trying win the brakes on saying no to everything. I can possibly be because everything so often three. I am an resonates and it means something. If i tried to grow the business i could make it massive. What i know is that the brand is infinitely strong strong. These products are infinitely strong. If i wanted to make this a massive thing i could. I could say yes all over the board. I can open up all kinds of gates. This could be really really huge that might happen of its own accord snap. Michael michael is better tomorrow than today. We're idealists like you are. Ashley makes me want to be more idealist. Immunity is that the biggest ideals relationship so everything is tonight truly appreciate that people like you exist the swearing in as far as i think actually execute on their idealism i think <hes> one of the things i want to bring in some competitions like how we originally man was through a a sub goldens ruckus makers event. This is when you were just doing things alone. We met you and rob also like for odds. Seth godin was that inspiring figurtes eager to remind us to always focus on the value that we bring to the customer to people just not even just to you know we created for example our youtube videos and all that content not for the pension like oh. This is going to like help us scale here. We're just doing this because we want to bring value and it kind kinda went back into our business and everything else but it wasn't intentional. K. is gonna help us grow this. Whatever the percentage so for yourself who were some of the people have inspired you to do what you do the way you do if they have been and how do they help you kind of on your business journey. I love to hear who were for those individuals for you or some books or resources our really helpful to. It's really actually spend my customer really. I'm not looking to other brands and what they're doing. I'm not looking to other experts in this space out of this space. Frankly i've had my head down for the last decade. I have no idea what anyone else is doing so especially since seven of those years then also as a parent my focus is i hear you and you know you mentioned seth godin and and what i take away from him is the idea that if you do something remarkable people were remark and that's really easy to this just like the most basic of roles. There is nothing that i can do to make somebody talk about. Byproduct makes me by my product. Make somebody think that we're special but if i'm doing something that i think is really special that resonates with me. If i make something that's truly special to me. It will touch the right people and they will talk about it of their own accord and they do you if you make something that's just generic and basic and doesn't resonate anywhere and you're just trying to turn a profit and you're just trying to check the boxes of here's is what you're supposed to do to start a business as just not interesting. It doesn't feel like anything it doesn't touch anybody at all and nobody's gonna talk about it so do something. Remarkable real people will remark it will grow slow fast doesn't matter we gotta do what you gotta do for me. This is just it's the only way that i know how to do this business. I just think it's so important decision poor because nowadays a lot of people focus on like drop shipping and e ecommerce ars businesses and shop affi- and just trying those waste make money and i think what you just articulated is so important for so many people as that what i tell all people many times is that yeah you can do this amazon drop shipping business or whatever but long-term. Is this your legacy to be drop shipper for somebody else. It's like it's fine however slimmer to you and this is why this conversation going on i i it's really inspiring to us as well because we see us an artist more than entrepreneur and we all as people have those gifts in that artists in us to be able to give these gifts to the world what they might be once we discover these gifts swamped so excited to also present before our case like double down on intelligent change change in what we do because like even what we did with smart t like we don't have that many products you know we have like a just a few couple products but all those products have been like hits slurs who like your price as well and we sometimes as people who want to succeed in business can some has get sidetracked by these shiny things like wine to scale and do things but what the lessons that i get from this gave these companies who do scale quickly they burn quickly and life is really. I like that you know the stars who grow the fastest. They burn out the foul. It's like it's in nature and a scene in businesses. A lot of these stories of like super hyped up the fast growth and all that stuff. It's not sustainable or a time was a sustainable. I think with you're doing you're really i see building a a business on a brand and for like it's a lifetime in a certain way. It's something that you want to outlast. Either may be yourself especially. Has your name on it so it's pretty special you. Are you really. It's very helpful for kind of exactly it's pretty gutsy. It's a move to do that. <hes> so just me personally what i just want to communicate to you and everybody everybody else is at in this story that you shared from where you started really to where the business is now is truly incredible one last question for me. Where was the point for you. Were like you felt like you're blowing up because i remember leaning when we already met you at goethe music oh sherrie new value about shoe and our own sukey wine. This is probably still early in in your <hes> business career but because i was already into natural beauty products yes i am there was this website in toronto which has shut down now but it was <hes> some shafran rusia in their curation was impeccable because i yeah i really know the ingredients i read ingredients and i i would go on their website and every brand they carry was like actually truly clean and you were one of them and they didn't the have too many products so like it always stood out but at that point i haven't tried your products yet and then i was like oh and i may here tonight. She's the face of that incredible cream because i remember reading the reviews and everybody would rave about this the blue cocoon <hes> i think like i don't know if still is i think i believe it is right like the superstar product is the bestseller we run the company on just that product unbelievable. What was it what is it in the blue cocoon which i also have now accepted the also questioned. It must be crazy going to other people's bathrooms and seeing your products there too right. It's really nice that out but that is our bathroom so <hes> what is it about the blue cocoon that makes it so special and <hes> socia- bestseller it touches everything that i tried to encompass in this collection so first and foremost it really truly transformed skin as a formula. It's made the most difference in my own skin for my own. Sensitivity may read his my on asthma payroll dermatitis things that ah were consistent from childhood to adulthood for me and for my clients who have skin similar to mine or any kind of inflammatory condition any kind of sensitivity. It's been a game changer is completely completely changed change people's skin and then for people like me who come in with beautiful skin to begin and wealth is just the most beautiful thank you. It's very pretty. It's just the most beautiful nourishing moisturizer and you can use it for the eye area. You can use it for the lips. It really multitask beautifully but it's just hydrating soothing. It's a beautiful formulation for for the skin on the impact. It actually makes the skin in addition. The sent the color the entire experience has been the star ingredient is blue tanzi enzi which luke kuhn really was what started the current blue tanzi craze. I don't use trendy ingredients at all. If you read any other ingredients deck it's all things that would be in a cookie recipe or ingredients that have been used since the beginning of time. There's nothing that crazy exotic there <hes> with the exception of blue tansy and the only reason it's a trendy ingredient is because it started it so accidentally trendy but i i discovered blue tansy and read about it for its use in aromatherapy and in aromatherapy c._b._s. used for stress anxiety sleep disorders anger feeling out of control and for me when i read about that i knew that it would be really powerful for my clients who had such which he issues with their skins edge self-consciousness such pain such emotional trauma and the idea once i learned that not only does it affect our emotions and our spiritual wellbeing in that way that it can also transform our skin from that same place. I knew that i had to make a formula with this and when the book kuhn was born it really it was the epitome of what i wanted to do. It was truly transformative formulas and and the most beautiful central warm loving experiencing acidly have knocking the test to that knee i can. It's it's worth it and claw. I'd dad who is now enjoying hookah code anything you wanna add just really enjoyed hearing more about your story and again. I just appreciate everything that you do. I'm i'm the the type of person who like. I really would love to see more people to do what you're doing. I think it's just so important to aspire to be idealistic logistic and actually to act on our idealism because i think a lot of us when we grow up. We just don't believe that we can anymore. We become jaded and which is thing like. I think it's not going to happen right so it's like it's almost like keeping a little bit of that childhood <hes> magic and belief that anything is possible and that you can make in your dreams. Come true which you have done. You know you just very inspiring. Keep doing what you're doing. I'm the i'm always pushing to expand your line but i know that you always like all the products that i have are like the best unless like there's really something else that needs to be added but i would love to see i don't. I'm curious why you discontinued the skin oil because because i would love to have something from you that is like for the body as well that is like nice and healing and coaling because so many people like you said struggle go with eczema psoriasis like all these issues are on the rise so hopefully you'll at something in the near future. I'll be the first one to get you. Might i be the first person and i am working on something you laugh yea one more thing i should just remember to mention to the audience because a lot of people may not understand unless they're in the industry remember when we were developing our love hair haircare line the thing that astound us the most because we went to formulate which to find the best we're not formulated ourselves but we are also didn't want just an off the shelf formula but this is uh us trying to develop of maximum natural ingredients.

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"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

"How did you feel comfortable to charge charge the price. You should actually charge for your product right because that's the reality is a lot of people do under prices. <hes> how'd you let unskilled things scale so i didn't think that anyone who's gonna buy it so it didn't matter what i charged star this. Maybe maybe a good place to start but the reality with that is i really it didn't end when i say my husband laughed at me because i just said i just wanna pay off that little cupboard of ingredients in that first round of glassware i just i want to make a batch enough to fill these first bottles and then my mission is done. This was twenty twelve <hes>. There was no other brand that looked like mine. There was no other brand like this in this space. There was natural products but you'd find them a whole foods. You'd find them at the natural grocery store. You'd find them. You know at the farmer's market <hes> <unk> harper head launched just a couple of years not even a couple of years prior <hes> she was the closest thing in that space that was doing pretty packaging and natural <hes> but there was not much talk about efficacy around it and she wasn't addressing the same needs that i was wanting to address but she was the trailblazer in that way. If there was one in outside of that it was empty. There was nothing there in so i thought there's no way that anybody anybody will pay this <hes> and yet if i am going to do this if it does work it has to be this price or i cannot get these ingredients. I cannot <unk> have this package quality. I cannot have the kind of service that i wanna give with this. I was already anticipating the kind of customer service that i could deliver if i had had the opportunity with the customer i was already thinking about why this was important in how much resources it was gonna take to get it right. I was already imagining what it would look like to know. Each farmer. I was already imagine what it would look like to be able to source not just ingredients that i could click button and buy whatever off the internet but what what if i knew exactly where it came from what if i could have a relationship from the field to the seed to the farmer to the village what would it look like for me to make it myself always and i was really determined that if i was going to do this at that time i was going to do it so i priced accordingly. I took a guess. I threw a number out what i said. I think that this is the maximum that people will pay for an experience like i want to deliver and i didn't think anyone would see it so it didn't matter uh-huh and when i launched and when i put it out there they worked and it was small to start but it was one person at a time saying hey this thing is actually really amazing and one person after another would try the brand they would tell a friend they would tell a friend they would tell a friend and what was happening as people would get excited because it was pretty and they'd get at home and it would change their skin and they would shout it from rooftops and so i'm at home with my newborn baby coin what on earth is happening. Yeah my inboxes filling up. I was starting to get all of these orders both through our website and through these new retailers that we were taking on i was learning the ins and outs very quickly leap with my baby running around my feet. I'd be going to the post office every day with her under one arm and packages under the other arm until there was too many packages and i had to to figure out what to do with my baby when i had too many packages onto the post office and i was mixing by myself. I'd stay up at night. I was poring blue cocoon on my front porch in the dark headlamp on it was racy. Who's crazy. I was filling bottles with my baby tied to my back. I was doing it all by myself. I was losing my mind. I was a post-partum mess. I've talked about that. Another time to start relief is when you have a baby. It's like having twins less but i also think that i was on an like the high adrenaline motherhood and i hope you i i had so many chemicals rushing through through my body and all of the adrenaline all hormones that i felt completely invincible and also it was catching away that i just didn't think that it would and so i didn't have time to slow down and think think about it. <hes> i had time just enough to just keep up into just keep going and that also was helpful because at some point and went oh you know what there are too many orders here for me to do by myself. I need to call a friend and i would have a friend come over and help me mixed and fill bottles in the needed to friends and then i needed those friends to ask their friends and so then there would be this whole like a group of girls at my house and so we were in the beginning. We were operating out of a bedroom in my house. All the ingredients would come through iraq front door. We would blend in phil- every bottle. We'd run back and forth to the post office. Try and keep up and over time. We moved out of my home in into a formal studio studio. I continued to hire eventually. Instead of you know one person helping me <hes> fill bottles. Suddenly there was three people helping me fell bottles in there was somebody buddy who is now only handling shipping and then and then there was someone who was handling customer service and then there was three people handling customer service in three people in the kitchen and three people doing shipping ebbing and all of a sudden i looked around there was a team and all of a sudden elect around and there was like thousands of clients and now i walk into the studio every day and i look around and just can't even believe that i'll be here and there's not that many of us were still really small. We still do things exactly the same uh-huh as when we were in my house but just with better equipment cleaner safer for everybody better working conditions now everybody gets full healthcare everybody and and their partners and their children we have massage therapist come to the studio we take really really good care of our team and that was all the way down the line so we're thinking about it from the farmer to the village to the to the ingredient to the bottle to our customer service to our customer experience bar and think to so many businesses. Where were you wanna at this idea of like maximizing profit and cutting everything to here is this is the stories. I think there are so important to hear that. I don't see you're doing this for like two. Just cash out at somebody may happen but i'm saying a lot of people. The approach now is like scale possible and sell even in our case having sold business like that was not our intention. Just you know there's a we we talked about kind of our story why we sold and things like that but salted accent of you were in a way our friend carlo co who we had on our pockets as well. He always says like i'm walking contradiction. I shouldn't really succeed and yet you still succeed like i really like when <hes> look your story. There's all these these elements. There's there's so many things that could go wrong and it's not the way they teach you how to do business and how to scale and how to be lean and out of the all these things right and at the same time this is your sauce. What makes your thing thank special and why it keeps people who can pay such an amount who are happy that right. I think that's the right thing to approach stuff stuff. Even west. Why i brought up your prices at some people may not understand our values or value but if you yourself as a creator understand like this is my value and this is what i'm bringing and most importantly as you said i can see the value in this similar with us when we create those say the five hundred journals seem idea. It was a side thing. I really been unlike what will just print a thousand of these for the rest of. I'm just happy like like i'm just creating for myself and i'm happy if whatever we have in the garage somewhere i'll just give it out to friends and family and i'll just use it and that's cool and also like small that it just takes off. Aw how are you thinking about growing the business beyond this and how can you maintain that unique touch as you grow maintain. 'cause i think as you grow a business that does come a point. You're saying that you can't touch everything and you can be in control of everything and there's a learning that you have to go through as an entrepreneur that i have to go. So where do you see the business really taking often. How do you see that you can still have that may attention to you all details while you're right in that i personally can't touch everything and that's true today to even though i do still act like a very significant octopus first straddling different parts of the business all the time but i can't do it alone and luckily i've grown my team enough that i do have great support. I'm hiring now. There are positions that i need to really replace myself again and again which i've done from the beginning <hes> so in terms of quality every time i've replaced myself it's gotten better and the key has been when it was me pouring bottles in the middle of the night with a heat lamp headlamp on my head with the baby attached to my hi back. I was probably not that great at it. I was giving my whole heart but how we do it now in our studio in designated space properly lit and everything else with a team whose sole job is to do this perfectly. They are better at it than than i am. When i was a fixing labels to the box i was doing it you know with tape and assessors and now it's like it's perfect. Pristine and comes on these sheets is in its exact and i was shining every bottle but now there's a team whose whole job is to make sure that every single one has no fingerprints and has no lint from the towel and it's just it's perfect in pristina along and our customer service yes it was great when it was on every single email but my team can come back to you faster and more thorough and they can spend the entire day talking to you if that's what you need and i can't do that and so as we've grown. We've actually gotten more more and more personal. We've gotten better and better access to ingredients. There's a woman under team. Her entire job is to source the same ingredients over and over and over and over again not something new. It's not her job to develop. Products is not her job to find new ingredients. She's not looking for the newest thing. She's not focusing on trends..

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"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

"So then we spent several mountains in mexico we went over a month where mexico everywhere we went all down one coast all on the guatemala border and all the way up the other side and turns out as much nicer to it'd be homeless in mexico rooms easier to eat. They let you sleep on the beach. People take you in all the grandmas want to feed you. It was better because warriors. This is two hundred one and we were two women. We bought had very short hair. We were clearly a couple so we ran into some judgement around that some stickier pieces because of that but also we were young and fearless and in love and really didn't care we were on an adventure. Wow so how'd you then from the homelessness adventure in california now mexico what's next like yes to a lot of people. This can be a vicious. The cycle is hard to get out of homelessness. There's different levels how they ended up there. In oh sometimes there is a psychological mental issues and things like that. I'm sure you you probably came across those people in shelters and things like that but you're just young and wanting to be dependent. Don't want to be part of being dependent on somebody the l. to your parents and going back anywhere so for yourselves. How do you go back. And how do you actually build a life. Wasn't we kept trying to deal. We weren't trying to be homeless. It was there. There wasn't money in the work that i was doing and getting a job was incredibly difficult and my girlfriend was having an impossible time getting hired. She was applying everywhere and she applied to at least twenty different fast food restaurants which you would think the entry would be low but higher her there was definite discrimination against as being a female on female couple as well that was very clear also in terms of getting an apartment. We were told very directly. It wouldn't be free to stay here and the managers would take one look at us and say you're not safe here. Which was their way of saying. We're not going to run to you without it. Disobeying the law where you're you're not supposed to turn away but we were turned away again road again. It wasn't my plan to be homeless worse and i didn't have have something to fall back on my princeton happening money in i also had taken on this responsibility for us and really did think that if we just kept pushing we would make our way through so mexico was nice because we got to just let go that for a minute <hes> and just go all right well. This is this is a lot for the moment so let's let's live a bit and there were pieces of that trip that were incredibly beautiful and pieces that were incredibly difficult and we learned so much about people in about humanity and each other through that time and then one day we woke up and decided we were ready to not be in mexico anymore and so we went to the bus station and the next out went to new orleans which felt very apt since that's where we had planned to go on her bicycles and so we got on the bus and we went to new orleans and with the plan to get back to work and to try again slightly older slightly wiser and still pretty fearless so we got to new orleans and luckily we both got hired right away at a restaurant and so that restored us financially a bit. We still find it very difficult to find somewhere to live so that was it's definitely a challenge but we could build up our finances. Ultimately we broke up there and went our different ways in life. I ended up falling in love with a man. I met at the restaurant and ultimately moved with him to new york. <hes> well prior to that. I had been cooking. I'd been working in the kitchens and so really really getting back into that part of myself that had always been there which was really powerful in really good but also an incredibly male dominated world <hes> red uh-huh and kitchen that i worked in was all men and it was definitely a little bit rough for me but i loved it and so i was working double shifts every day i was just going to the end of my rope and somewhere in there i started meeting different artists because a new orleans is such a artis it is filled community and started sitting for painters just as a creative outlet as a model and was never ever my intention to be a model oh but i loved the experience of being with artists agana hadn't had that inside ben at my art school and that opened up kind of a different pathway for me because my work in the kitchen was so aggressively masculine and i had to take on that part and then i would go and i would sit for these painters. There's new sculptors and these photographers and i was just the epitome of women and it gave a different kind of freedom and so that was really enjoyable for me but it was just an outlet but couldn't balance both and during that period where i was trying to do all the things my boyfriend at the time both his mother and his father within a month where diagnosed cancer and they lived in new york and so we decided we were going to leave new orleans and go to new york and take care of them <hes> and so we did that. I left my job which i was working in one of emerald gacy's restaurants. I don't think i would have left that very easily because i really i loved it and that was a great opening for me in my career as a cook but this kind of forced the hand and my assumption was that when i went to new york mark i would find another cooking job but what ended up happening was a lot of those artists who lived in new orleans also worked in new york doing their real work who the fashion and beauty photography and so i ended up working with a lot of them in that world and kind of accidentally entered a career as a model which was again not at all intentional but suddenly there was this opening and financial flexibility that never had ever in this thing that i had been doing just as a creative eight of outlet but you'd actually get paid for like when i moved to new york i just never got around to getting another job in the area that i thought which was food and and these artists who i already loved working with would have happily worked with for free wanted to bring me into these campaigns and suddenly there was money where there wasn't money before so that provided a completely different kind of opportunity so i did that for a handful of years. How old were you then like when you moved to new york early twenties tomatillo twenty-three twenty three okay. So how long did you live in new orleans for three years. Okay so some time yeah and i loved it there. It was really special city and also that's where. I thought that i would grow my cooking career. <hes> it's a great great but so many restaurants is like the mecca restaurants the best that had been my plan and then my plan kind of went skew skew because i interrupted it by this chapter where i was modeling and five years into that i kind of looked around in my life and went wait. What did i do. They had this great opening ray had gotten back into restaurants. I had really solid connections for me. I was building my career and then i had this detour and now i can't walk back into another kitchen with a five year gap in my resume and say i've been modeling for the last five years no way that that was going to go over a little address because it gets in the career. It was hard enough for me to be a woman in the catch him before that is not going to help so. I had this like little identified crisis where i just went. I don't know what to do with myself. Like cooking is what i have always done. It's what i've always loved this. What i've always been passionate about this other thing was really just a relief and and it was a relief that happened the last five years and now i don't know where to go and so i did what most models who don't know what to do and i worked as a makeup artist. I already had this connection. I need these people and i was able to just continue that career but i could take myself out of the front of the camera can go back into another place which it's a little bit more creative but the problem was i'm really really allergic to make whoa and so that was problematic as a model and it was problematic as a makeup artist so i started making almost like you would imagine like a pot of paints like little finger paints so admixed these different pigments and oils and things is now bring them to set and i was the weird makeup artist he would just look over and i had all these different oils and creams that i would make and so it was really really pretty fun because people trusted me and then i got to play and so the models were happy. Dogs were happy and everybody was happy except it wasn't really my thing and practically tickly every day. The models onset would go what is this. What are you putting on me. And where can i get it. Can i buy it and after having a number of these conversations in having practically everybody else onset. Sit me down and say hey. If you don't start bottling this stuff you're an idiot and that was when i remembered being a little girl making making potions cooking. All of these things coming together. That really is my core. It's a combination of art and food and ingredients in creativity and connection to skin and to humans into relationship and so i thought about how list pieces could come together me being allergic to make up. I was also allergic to paint. I'd been a painter but i can't paint without getting blisters on my hands when i was about my daughter's age daughter just turned seven. Maybe a little younger than her. I went to a girlfriend's house for the first time as i five or six year old and went to wash shut my hands before dinner. It was the first time i've been to a friend's house without having my parents there. That's my first sleepover by myself and i went to wash my hands before dinner and and i put the soap in my hands i immediately started burning and looked down and there was blisters and rashes all over my hands from the hint soap i started screaming and because i was in pain and i was shocked and then i was also incredibly embarrassed and my friends parents came running into the bathroom to see what was wrong with me. My hands were just burning red and what i learned was that i was really really allergic to something as simple as soap which i grew up in this hippie household that had always always use natural natural. I didn't even know there was something else so this is my first exposure to something else. They didn't even know that this was a thing and so we didn't didn't know what was happening and then they tried to put lotion on into calm it down and it just got worse kim colo- oh it was awful. It was the most traumatic big and i'm just bawling being ordinary family. I was going into the right family for sure but i'd also been accidentally protected from learning about myself until i was almost school age what happened with that as i left there and it became very clear that there was so many things in the world that i couldn't hadn't touched i'd go school shopping and touch the clothes racks ned get blisters on my hands from formaldehyde that they preserve the close if and i happen to be allergic to formaldehyde so i felt for a long time that it wasn't safe to touch anything. It didn't feel good to be touched. I didn't want to be seen. I was very self-conscious. Hunches and i was already a really quiet introverted kind of scared child and this amplified that luckily these parents of mine they were awesome and my mom was like well we're going to find another solution and so we started talking with her friends and she had all these great healer friends ends and she was a body worker in an energy worker.

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"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

13:31 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on The Ikonns

"And reach new audiences so thank you so much again and let's get into the podcast and also make sure sheriff a friend family member because that also makes it themselves well but let's get it was really juicy episode. I'm really excited to have you here which has had a lovely dinner and now we're going to get into story. Thank you so much for being here today. It's nice to be here. This is so pretty. I know y'all can't see any of this but i am surrounded by pink roses which i'm sure you would expect no less ions. I'm feeling very wooed. There's candles. There's fresh t. v. something total experience people here. This is icon experience. It's also late so we'll see how it goes so we're definitely not moods just winding down a may. Thank you for being here so you had a very busy week and a very intense week. You're traveling from l._a. As you live in l._a. That's where you run your business and you've been having all these meetings and i'm so grateful that we've been able to catch you on this one of the las days of your trip here in london and so thanks for making the time and i just want to obviously talk about everything but specifically may is the founder of one of my favorites can care hair brands may lindstrom which goes by name and it's one of those incredible brands that has the most beautiful clean freshest ingredients agency can ever find ever and i remember hearing about your brand way before action the matching person and i was just wowed by the idealism of your brand so i'm definitely definitely gonna go into that story with us well but let's go back into your childhood and your life was like when the first ten years of your life..

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Supreme Court, Central America And Katie Aaron discussed on Chad Benson

Chad Benson

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court, Central America And Katie Aaron discussed on Chad Benson

"News Katie a our eyes on immigration at the Supreme Court approves migrant families from Central America would be detained to gather but detained indefinitely under the floor settlement agreement there was a twenty day cap for detaining migrant children however the new rule allows for a longer detention but expands the family detention and Katie Aaron's legal expert Monica Lindstrom says if the High Court will the High Court will only in the floors agreement at the trump administration's new rules keep up with the old rules of treating children humanely and protecting them the court changes could start in about sixty days if

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"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Entertainment, Colleen Lindstrom. Cold medicine, trainer and last night, we went to see a wonderful show, and I happened to, you know that it was a wonderful show. I heard it was meaning my ears were engaged in the performance. Hansen. Dear Evan Hansen. It really is. The music is amazing. And it is currently at the orpheum in downtown Minneapolis. In any case, I was seated behind a very tall person. So. Show. I could sometimes see if things happened way over stage. Right or way, over stage left, but pretty much most of the action that was happening in the middle of the stage. I couldn't see the other problem is I was when I was trying to adjust so I could see things. Meaning I would move my head over to one direction to watch some action. They moved to the other side of the data move it over the, the people behind me, we're getting exasperated, and I could hear them being exasperated getting separated see, and every time everytime, I've moved ahead. I can't see I was like, oh I feel bad now. So then I was like, okay, I'll not be annoying. And I'll just leave my head here. So I just watched the Bank of guys head, you make your life more complicated than it needs to be. Because first of all. You're worrying about the people behind you. You just need to worry about yourself and your job is severe the thing. Everybody's job in that theater is to the thing. Right. So everybody's job is to watch the thing you can't get you can't worry about the people behind you. You can only worry about what's in front of you. Right. Otherwise, like you said you're going to sit there and not move your head, which seems dumb because then you're ruining your experience because of people behind you ruin the experience was already ruined. So there's nothing wrong with you trying to accommodate the fact that there's a big fat head in front of you, which I will tell you really depends on the kind of you're in the orpheum is, is it does have theater seating. Meaning there's a slight grade, but it's not long steep enough to overcome. In fact, I sometimes have that problem where somebody's big fat head will be in my way. And usually, that's not the case because I'm. Tall. Right. And I like to sit up straight because I'm old and I don't want my legs to cramp. I just I always wonder that situation what to do because you can't, like I can't be mad at the head in front of me. Their head, I can't ask them to take it off or move it somewhere. Like a really loud, hairdos. Bring it down a couple. But it was just a guy's head. Get one of those seat cushion. This is the, the coach check they do. And I noticed a very tall lady carrying one. And I wondered at first is she bringing that for her child, right? Because kids, sometimes people get those boosters for their kids if they bring them into the future, but I looked around. I didn't see any children. I thought, well, she must be getting that for herself that I thought, do I get one for myself? Boosted up and the person behind. You really. See ten you have some sort of condition down there. In my. You want me to tell them my hemorrhage zone? See if they give you crap you just say, I have an issue down there. The truth is the issue down. There is really just that you need to be able to see they know the truth. I'm saying it's every man woman child further self. Because if it does suck I, I will say it's frustrating that you, when you constantly have to do this back and forth, that you can't see me over the radio. But I'm moving my head side to side to accommodate. Yeah, that's frustrating. I absolutely. The other thing you could do is pick your seats. Okay. I do have a question doesn't actually work because you don't know who's afraid exactly. So here's my question. As tall person, do you even think about, like, does it concern. You said you worry too much. Because if I worried about my head being in everybody's way, I would never enjoy show. And I do sit up straight. It's an I can always just, you know, occasionally, we'll get that feeling like I can feel the eyeballs on me right now. But I'm sorry, this is like that's not going to scrunch down and be cramped in my seat. So that somebody behind me has a better view. There's nothing that you can do about being tall. Right. I always think about that. The person in front of me. There's nothing they can do about being tall their head being my way. Yeah. But I can I can do something about how I don't know. Maybe I am too accommodating from now on, I'm just going to sit tall and see the show. I think you get one of them pillows. Yeah. That's a good idea. Colleen when you're flying in an airplane do you recline your seat? You better darn betcha. Those things wouldn't recline. If you weren't supposed to recline them, if everybody just reclines that we don't have a problem, I will say, though, don't totally recall, never totally recline. I don't wanna smell your hair. That's how close we are your hair getting house. You know, when you can smell people like, maybe I have a super sniffer super sniffer to close to someone. I'm like, why don't wanna smell your hair because that's too intimate? I don't want to have that smell. I don't enjoy this moment you've never had that when somebody like leans back. I don't mind it but it's not a nasty. It's human smell, but you know, how you're just that's an intimate exchange. I wasn't prepared be having that when I'm on a flight. Everyone has their own brand. It's true. That's true. Yes. Yeah. Of course, Holly ends up in far town, but. I was thinking, you know, when you went over to people's houses growing up, and then you would go funk. Yeah. And you smell their funk and you went over to a friend's house and the smell of the house. I was just a bunch of people who live there and their collective stent. How how what was off putting because it didn't smell like your house, but then you're, you're smell is your house, didn't smell like anything at all. Of course, because it was your house, then smell at all to appreciate the arc of this conversation how it went. Not being able to see at the theater to how your house smells, well, then we started a couple of place I will say that the, the lovely orpheum theatre by the way. Tickets go on sale. The performances are through June nine for deer of enhancing, still go. See that show. And we love the orpheum, redoing it. But the seats are a little crampy. That is the are that way. It's not them alone by any stretch. I understand like, in the design of theater trying to make sure everybody can see here's how people, here's a way you can get around that now this presumes you picked your c- pick a I'll seed. Right. That's always have somebody. Typically, what I do. So I can lean out a little bit. Plus, then you can get your leg out. Oh, and hopefully strength anybody on the way. All right. When we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show, the state is doing something really cool to help increase the bee population won't you be my neighbor. Get it be neighbor. We're gonna tell you what that is after this on mytalk one zero seven one. So you can hang out with us while you're running errands, this is the week Saturday, what the best on. Mytalk one seven one..

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"lindstrom" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"lindstrom" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"What's the difference between a brand and trust? Mark. What do you recognise it? One of the things I think that that I've spoken about with WW is that they wanted and Mindy Grossman who's the c o r. Remember hearing her say, we want this to be a trust, Mark. It's not a brand. It's a trust. Mark. Is there a difference between a brand trustmark? And if so what is it? I don't think so because we don't trust the brand up to use it. Didn't cannot be honest with you. I think first of all in the end of the day. I don't think you can say to us trust us. If I went to U S utes entrust the that had nothing would trust me based on the Biaz you to trust me. I think it's something you have to prove time. When a brand is changing his position you had to crew that do are worth you being trusted and how you do that. While you to do that three days in ways while is the product you activating axes shows results. The second thing is that people talk about you recommend you. And the third thing needs to wants to hit of everyone else. So I can rely on. This is the latest and greatest innovation and I know one onto wait. What is that? This is available in the market now because the change the type that one conclusion to what really able to those FOX said the moment, I haven't seen the results coming out of people losing. Wait as a consequence of been lawns. Ukraine on new types of services Jackson's reasons age with w so I think the the issue here is that you maybe the go out and ask the trust of the heaven, really justified. Securing us use it is a difficult in trust branch. Notice. Not brand is not trusted is not a brand is. The service.

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