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"liza" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"I am thrilled beyond belief. I need another number from you between one and ten i to do another classic number and go three okay. We're going to. I'm going to do this quickly. Because you know. Clumping menace. Ming a menez demanding. But you know you don't get what you don't ask for and sometimes you gotta ask him like. I want a few games because i love games but in social situations when you're like. Is anyone ready for heads up yet. People get so upset okay. I've done an excellent job. Okay this is how giftware curse works. I'll name a thing you tell me. If it's a gift or a curse and why there are correct answers you can win or lose this game or get a you know a bad grade. Okay so this the stakes of suddenly ratcheted up to a level. That's going to cause you a great deal of stress. Okay number one gift or a curse gravy gravy gravy as in the sauce category. That's usually i feel like most people think of gravy as maybe a brown fatty thing. Yes i think. It's i think it's a gift. Why well if something isn't taste. Good you can wedded up. Make it better anything. that's greasier. Fatty is delicious. I didn't grow up with it. And for years i'd be like gravy. No gravy no gravy and then once it snuck in. You're like this is nice liza. You're right of course. I can't remember the last time i had gravy. But you put that on mashed potatoes. You put it on thanksgiving. You've got the gravy also gravy can reach is far as a tomato sauce. A lot of italians called the red sauce gravy. So i love gravy and i have nothing bad to say about it. It's never it's so infrequently in my life that i can't complain that it's like too much gravy. The word gravy alone is indicates. Good things too much. I love it. And i like a gravy boat. Oh of course items demand their own little boat. I feel like every every food should have a boat agreed bread boat. You should have your cheeseboat. The table should be littered with boats. But i can't get everything. I want and things case obote incredible to just poor case over whatever you want. I'm getting hungary good grief case. There's another wonderful thing okay. You've got one soap far next up. This is a listener suggestion. Someone named mackenzie has written in and suggested platform sneakers gift or a curse platform sydney ker. But not the elevated wedge ones like a platform that sounds like yeah almost worth ginger spice gift gift gift well i love ginger spice i of a platform i hate a wedge sneaker but the converse platform yet be a little taller become troll but it's a little dressed up and the spice girls. They've done nothing wrong. Like what about breaking up. It was frustrating. But it's like victoria beckham. Maybe we just needed that clothing line and she had so many fucking kids. I mean she has so many kids. Vicky work yes. How many kids four. Oh four or five kids. Wow that's a decent amount of kids for a spice girl at brooklyn cruise. Romeo harper. I think the ad for she is a menace with those names. Okay vicki reach out i..
"liza" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"Yeah i worry about it all the time i were real actually know the problem is i. Don't worry about it or think about it. But the pandemic fucked me so hard. And i had to get rid of my apartment. I was living month to month. It was so stressful. As i've really learned i've learned but you're buying three hundred dollar dress. I haven't learned it all out to dinner. I'm getting seven dollar. Is coffee cold bruise. I lost the necklace. I went and bought another one of the same kinds. I bought this phone. Yeah i bought the this sticker mary. Kay and ashley seven dollars. I got a seven dollar sticker. I just like i'll. I got a hotel in new york for two days. That's salim wonderful. I mean i guess like you. Say seven dollar cold bruce. I guess like if if that counts. I will a few times a week by myself. A decent cold brew Before this podcast. But like i justify my mind. I'm like well. I'm about to record the podcast. I need caffeine. I want to enjoy it. I'll go to collage coffee. It's my favorite coffee and spent five dollars. Craig okay this is good to now. There's maybe one little thing. I'm willing to spill. I'll i'm going to have to color my grays. I'm going to go get my nails. Done the sweet click. i'm just. I'm constantly spending nonstop no matter what and i'll find new like this. I like twelve of these. If i can't find the coma by another one and this is one. I two or three my suitcase. Because i went to stay at my best friend's house in new york and she had to combs that i left there from the previous trips so i just need to follow behind you closely and i'm probably going to get some nice item eventually as you drop it or forget it. That's my new shopping philosophy. Just follow liza around town. You're like i'm just looking at it for it since it's truly am that's out but you know i had a nice thrifty shopping experience. Recently i went to old navy and they had some quality products. I loved my old navy. Time yeah. I bought dresses bathing suits and took. My niece bought her some dresses. So was this like an a new turn to old navy or do you go there frequently. Because.
"liza" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"Welcome to i said no gifts. I'm richard weinberger. Welcome to the podcast. I wonder what you're doing. You're i don't know if you're listening to this podcast. While you're working parking enforcement may take a minute to just cut some people a break. I was just out. And i didn't feed the meter. I just had to run to. The car. And i was so anxious. So you know maybe just don't be a narc for thirty seconds of your life. Give everybody a minute to just breathe the meter and on the other side if you're listening to this small considering an illegal parking job i don't know maybe circle the block a couple of times and look for something a little more doable. I don't know welcome to the podcast so happy. Everyone's here and i'm so happy about today's guest. Everybody loves her. We're so excited to talk to her. It's liza traeger liza So i don't know if everybody loves me enough but enough to assume everybody but i there's some enemies around town start naming enemies. We've got an hour. Get out your list. Unfurled a scroll and begin naming enemies. Sometimes they get confrontational. I'm trying to work on. Do you watch below deck. No i've had it recommended to me so many times. And i'm certain i would love it. Yeah yacht upstairs downstairs. You know a hot people hooking up on at least heard this already. But there's like one girl came for this other girl was like you're the worst chief stu you suck it. That like went for her and other go a drove. This bitch wild. And i was like that's what i wanna do from now on. I wanna be a just not giving anybody anything that they want. Because i get too emotional. Everything and i want to be like doesn't matter okay. So wonderful and that really is the absolute defense. The other person will lose their mind. Because they want you to also be on their level of hysteria. Well recently got into a fight with a friend and she was like. You're being really defensive. I'm really defensive i go. You just said something shitty. And what are you talking of course. Do you feel like you're getting in fights like daily weekly. How often are you confronting someone. Oh i would say weekly but sometimes it's not that important like someone was kind of yelling at a server. And i don't yell at her. Oh that's heroic called conference and that's he did my favorite thing when then after you say they go. I wasn't yelling. I wasn't yelling. But their voice changes.
‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen
"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that
"liza" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"We got liza trigger with us You can follow her on social media at glitter cheese glitter cheese. That's on both on. Everything became an identity. I have a gold necklace. That says a loves album name. It's glitter cheese album available wherever get albums and then i have one friend. Who's a rapper. And she has a fun name so then she calls me glitter cheese. What's her name. She's little francs little racks. Brexit glitter cheese to me. Could be like. Is this on disney two ponies. I wish route she She had don't know if we'd be. I could do kid show you to a kitchen with kids and what i love is sometimes my friends husbands. Don't love me and my one. Revenge heads are obsessively loesch. They love you stray. I left a friend's house. And the kids said i miss liza and my friend goes. She had to go and she. Yeah but i love her. And i know the husband heard this and he doesn't like he didn't like it while he was having. We need to work on our kids. who they love. That was like his motivation. It'd be like we now need to do that. Those his like he was. He's never said anything. But i know that it drives him insane. He does it like he wanted to ask. Once i asked him i go. What would be the worst thing. Daughter can end up being like what's the one thing you just wish your daughter won't do and she's an adult say exact. That's the answer. I was thinking and he said for her to have tattoos. Nearly i'm have dude. That's your shit and then me and he goes i. Just that's the one thing and i was like. Oh you don't like what. I stand for human. I think ridiculous So wait so people can win. Are you doing any live shows and stuff. I'm sorry yeah. I'll be in arizona. The fifth through the eighth of august. Where house of comedy scottsdale not set nice. I'll be in the pool during the day. Jimmy johns to the straight to the pool. You can order. Jimmy johnson to the as long as it's within like one point smiles. John's is so annoying. Drop it off at the shallow freaky fast. Yeah is it. So he's yeah like they have really creek. Silence there within seven to eight minutes sometimes. That's my number one thing to do on the road. If i go to a hotel. I see if there's jimmy. Johns nearby comes super quickly. You have time to. What's your protocol surgery. Tom what are you going on a beach club. Jobs are the vegetarian vegetarian and add salami which defeats the purpose of no because there's like more avocado and then someone will make my own. Slim's i like love jimmy. Here's my question. Do you take your feature act on the road with you or do you get rich if i'm in the mid west if i can get chicago or they'll give a hotel right now. I've learned from the best saw. Always pay for. Lunch scher varieties. Of course. when you're on the road how is it. I mean i i go together. Dan goes on his own. But like sometimes dan you goes out with you know friends or or what he's with somebody can can mix it up with someone that he loves. is it. How's it for you i mean. Do you standards change back. In the day. I would be in one hotel room with a person and not care now like i need private. Hang out on like me and matteo lane used to share beds sometimes and just like sit on our phones watching tv and like that would that would never be anymore. Either of you know. It'd be worse for him. We used to fight a lot. Really know what we're diff- difficult we like scream at the time we screamed in the lobby of sirius. Xm and amy sedaris. We both love whereas like watching us from the balcony. We're like wow really pushing the time. And i want you know what it's like. You guys are a married relationship while really pushing the very neutral thing and this what is the thing that will set me off to no end. What can my wife say to me. That will just get the get the mail guessing god damn email sweaty. Mattie read them. I mean it's like anything about anything. Get emails because i get emails that tells what's going on so i guess you don't read these like boiling boiling All right go see liza trigger. How could people pfizer website. They can find. I'm bad at promotes hosted on posted on twitter. Where you're going to be try. Instrument will just spiral right to be because we fight so much. I wasn't on time to the airport once but mattel's like i'm not fucking texting that bad going. Where are you. I was in bed. Hasn't woken up and so the one time he didn't reach out 'cause i yell at him all the time i missed the flight and then we were doing a show at college about failure and we did so bad that they complained to agents pass. The just showing showed hotel so now i am on the road i i like to do. Sometimes i'll watch sex and city or svu all.
"liza" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living
"Liza are answering questions about how they got started on their own sustainability journeys why we're launching the brightly shop and more. Let's get to it. Hey liza how's it going. Hi laura how are you. I'm doing good. We're you know we're almost in the middle of july which is cool..
"liza" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"I'll do anything to help them. And when they when the therapist turned it upside down and it was like then. You need to be happy. We'll then i'm going to do it. And that's how i got there because that's how much we love our children right that we want to see our children thrive. We want to see our children be okay and know that they're going to grow up to be adults. That can be okay right then. We'll do anything and when it's when it comes back to me then okay liza then then you have to be happy. That's what it's gonna take and you have to model this then. I'm going to do it. So that was the permission slip to start working on myself because my daughter told me. That's what it took for her to be happy. You know this is so amazing because you know people ask me all the time like when they're like joining the mindful parenting membership like address like have things for for kids with special needs. But and i'm not an expert on kids with special needs at all but the parents who come in who have kids with special needs like everything you're saying is exactly it. You know this piece about giving giving ourselves permission to to give these. Things are so so that we can be that grounded solid presence to be able to handle all these challenges like that's so essential so even if dear listener you don't have a child was with the challenges that lives as kids. Have this all applies to you. Maybe aetna socially extreme level but you may be doing the same thing like oh if only the if if only they're happy if only everything's just so then i can be happy and in we've got flip that Script no matter what challenges your. Your kid is facing. Yeah it's so true it's inverted the whole plan is upside down and Yeah and i. And i continue to do this work on myself because i see how it works..
"liza" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"Today is no exception. Name talking to liza blast post of the very happy stories podcasts. And she's an empowerment coach and she shares with us. Her story about raising kids with some really unique circumstances like chronic illnesses nerd diversity and mental illness. We're gonna talk about and lyme disease the summer for summer for me. Would picking up. Ticks offer kids all the time. We're gonna be talking about that and you're going to hear some really important words about how to go from surviving to thriving under really challenging circumstances so some important takeaways. I want you to listen for that. You know if mom is happy everyone is happy. There roundedness their emotional regulation. All of that stems on your emotional regulation. You are the core of the family and your emotional regulation really really matters also hear about you. Know how symptoms of viruses can exist in the body can be triggered by a weakened immune system and trusting yourself and taking some some leaps of faith. He so i'm excited for you to dive into this episode and join me before we dive in so many of you have asked me about taking this deeper with mindful parenting membership. So i thought. I'd share just a couple of recent member wins and i'm gonna give it great shoutout to allie. Who's been very constant with her meditation practice and she can pause now instead of going crazy which is so awesome. You know that is a huge step. It really is powerful and it really is the game changer. It's like how do we get to the better ways to respond to get it by that. So that's so so powerful. Kimberly has seen some wins in older children. You know she's giving them some space and she is noticing they can talk more openly with each other and she's building that connection with them so recently talked about like when is ideal time to get parenting support and one of the takeaways. It's never never too late..
"liza" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast
"These vaccines these. Vaccines are the coolest Technology out there. And i think that they are going. I think that they are any. Technology has the potential to revolutionize medicine in the same way penicillin. I think it's that that good and i don't say that very easily about a lot of different kind of new newfangled things but this has got real real potential. I'm miriam hoffman a full-time college student living in carbondale illinois and you're listening to the vance crow podcast. Welcome back to the podcast. I'm glad you're here today. We did an interview with dr liza done. Liza and i worked together when i was at monsanto. And she now works. Bear cropscience's our conversation was wide ranging. We talked about everything from pesticides used to produce the food that we all we talked about testosterone psychedelics and the future of the aren a vaccines. This was a great conversation. And i'm so glad you're here to hear it. But if you've ever been one of those people that wants to watch this live. Liza and i did this and streamed it on youtube as we were going and that creates an extra added bit of tension. Because you never know what's going to happen so if you'd like to watch these live. Click the link below to go to our youtube channel and subscribe. There's also a little bell right next to it. You can hit that so anytime. We do a live stream or publishing video. It gives you an alert. So we're gonna go to that interview in just a second. But if you're a listener to the podcast and you enjoy the way that i have conversations with people you may want to consider the legacy interviews that we offer like the interviews are where i sit down with you or one of your loved ones and have a conversation about your values about your family stories about things that you want to see captured and passed down so many people have aspirations to write down their family stories or to get grandma and grandpa to talk about what they're doing but it never seems to happen. Sometimes you need a stranger to come in and facilitate this conversation. So if you're interested in having me interview one of your loved ones to make sure you capture some of these important stories values and ideas then go to our store at store.
Tom Davies on Making Glasses for the Movies
"Aren't very well. Don't in films very well in general films. Don't do very well at all. And i was very lucky to what jenny bevan Who love the idea of the actors wearing exquisite iowa. Because i kind of the original brief. Just to make a free for emma thompson. Is his bugle sunglasses. The script called for this iconic piece. So i went in to do that. And that's what a went in for and it was a beautiful beautiful design. Came up with if i don't say so myself. So it was so because she's a fashion designer in the film very well renowned and they had to be over the talk quite glamorous and i did a beautiful so jackie o style frame embedded a sort of a line of gold eighteen karat gold in the top of the frame. Because this lady. She's a fashion in the seventies in the film. But she made a big thing in the sixties. So i thought should be sixties inspired. You know she's a more mature to. This is assault. Put the golden side to make them just beautiful. And it's a great scene which you look into liberties. The frame right into the camera like this A and i said to. Jenny said you know the problem with this. Film is in the seventies everybody in the seventies glasses. Because there's no liza surgery. There's no contact lenses and everyone wears glasses. I said you know you got to do everybody. What you call make like glasses soccer. Make him plus. She's all the extras as well as well. It was fun said. Where do you see the film which fully because so many classes in their the jain almas big over the top seventy s glasses on some characters. I should have bought. I've got script dot says. I remember getting the script. I'm reading the script. I run thinking. Why are they giving me the script. This is amazing like literally disney. Give me the crazy. Come like you know getting the script out and i'm like i'm going through it reading i'm getting out. I'm going rutland glasses looking through glasses. Look i literally wrote on every page where i could possibly justify a pair of spectacles in the movie and what went down with any we went through and basically walked away from a second meeting with a brief to make you know literally hundreds of frames and it was great because i met with a mistake. I sort of dark to the door to said our. Don't think we're doing glasses. This movie i should. And this is my. This is my reenactment. And i've made frame for emma. She picked it up and she goes. Oh these are amazing these days and that was
Mother's Day Picks we Love (April's Eco Picks)
"Mother's day is just around the corner friendly. Psa it's on. Sunday may ninth and besides being a great reminder to celebrate the most important women in your life it is also a day when we as consumers spent a lot of money in this episode. Laura and i share our favorite. Apple's echo product fines and give you creative ideas for waste free and planet. Friendly mother's day gives aura. Hey how's it going good ed. I'm excited to do another of our favorite kind of episode serious right our eco-friendly peaks in products. And right now. We are in april and the where lesin a month away from the second biggest holiday of the year. i guess after christmas of course It's mother's day and yeah just wanted to share you guys know me a whenever we talk about this high spending holidays. I love to share with you. Some data numbers and are on average. According to national regional duration. People up lending spent two hundred and five dollars. Mondays ski gifts and celebrations. So that's that's not a little for a of the us and so there's going to be a lot of spending and is a reminder. Every dollar he spent is a vote for the kind of world. You want to leave it. So let's get into alfred products curated by laura. Yeah and i feel like mother's day. I mean it's just totally depending on your family like how much you celebrate it growing up. I think we we did more for my mom what i was like at home. But i'm excited to you know. I always love to send flowers that are from eco-friendly brands. We talk about that a little bit. But we're also gonna talk about like some ruffy physical stuff. So yeah you want to get a start at liza. Yeah starting without favorite pedagogy. You guys are ready. It's kitchen so yeah one of the things that i have been really experimenting with this year is trying to defend olive oils You know we're cooking oil especially extra virgin olive. Oil is extremely extremely healthy. You can actually cook with it pretty much anything unless you like deep frying their this kind of a myth that you know obviously you. You should not be using it. It's very high temperatures but actually most of the day to day cooking. You're not using this Extremely high temperatures at you cannot use olive oil and again oil extroversion. Wine is one of the most Healthy olive oil auctions. You can
Girl using lemonade stand to fund brain surgery is in recovery
"For Girl done right here in Boston. Seven year old girl who used a lemonade stand to help raise $12,000 for her own brain surgery is now in recovery After a successful operation. The family also raised more than $300,000 online. Liza Scott's mother says the surgery at Boston Children's Hospital was uneventful and she might need to undergo more procedures down the road. Lies volunteered to help raise money for expenses not covered by insurance with a lemonade stand set up in the family Bakery in suburban Birmingham, Alabama. Jennifer Keiper. CBS News Paradise can be expensive. Hawaii is considering what would be
7-Year-Old Girl Raises More Than $330,000 to Pay for Brain Surgery At Boston Children's Hospital
"Last summer seven year. Old liza scott opened up a lemonade. Stand at her mom's bakery near birmingham alabama. She spent her on. Well exactly what you might expect with. Strike the fancy of a seven-year-old girl new toys and sequined high heels months later this bouncy little girl is still in business but now the money is going toward something entirely different. Something very serious. Actually listen carefully here and you will hear a reference to a brain thing. But what's the money going to go for grain thing. Yeah what she's talking about here. Is the brain surgery. She faces next week at boston. Children's hospital as it turns out. Liza had been suffering a series of seizures and doctors determined cerebral malformations. Were the cause. Her mom elizabeth said that liza was not expected to help with these. 'cause she just wanted to her little stand brought in more than twelve thousand dollars in just a few days time. Nearly all of it through donations and our efforts have helped to raise broader awareness of her situation. Friends family. others who've been touched lies a story. They have already donated more than three hundred thousand dollars
7-year-old Alabama girl helps to fund her own brain surgery
"A seven year old Alabama girl is helping to raise money for her own brain surgery little Liza Scott was diagnosed with brain malformations earlier this year she'll have the first of what could be several operations Monday in Boston her mom Elizabeth says the family learned that even their good medical insurance wouldn't cover all the expenses little Liza wanted to help so she set up a lemonade stand their mothers bakeries savages bakery in suburban Birmingham so far she's taken in more than twelve thousand dollars in donations mom also set up an online fundraiser bringing in more than three hundred thousand dollars I'm Rita Foley
Can Dogs Be a Prescription for Better Health
"One thing that learned from the wolves. The death spent a lot of time playing three type of games. The games are chasing wrestling and tug of war. When you think about the skills that they need to master in order to be good hunters is to chase the animal directly to the ground grabbing the leg rubbing the neck and then to tag tag on the neck to kill it and then to rip it to pieces so they can eat so when we look at dogs all play chasing wrestling war now if we look at any sport let's look at the nba or football. Everybody of the position. Dan not all doing the same that everybody else want. He's a point guard one center one day with tom. Brady's role ease of quarterback so dogs are one of them. Some of them going to be really good at chasing some of them going to be really good at at wrestling. Some of them really going to be a tug of war. So when i work with people that tell me. My dog is tugging at my role being the morning immediately. I know the dog is inviting his parents to play a game of tug of war casino. You can win that game the way human toddler or five year old is going to invite you to play the computer game that they know they can win it. They know they're going to kick your butt. It right talks at the same. So when i go back to that klein. It does me the doggy stealing socks in what he's doing with his socks. Iran's away and ascend what do you do when he runs away with his song. He says after. Stop working and chasing anything thing. Ding ding denniston. Is that a dog training problem. No it's a relationship problem and instead the dog wants you to pay attention to him and the owner tells me. But i'm here an icee liza clear here but you're not prison to the relationship. You're not present to you dog. How many relationships do you know where people are completely with each other. I've no idea nothing about each other is no nothing going on between them and i said the only time did dog gets you to be engaged with him. He's when he standing socks and he got it and he says so. What do i do so clearly. The talk training that the is done before was correcting the dog but the problem was that they did not find another way to do what to meet. The dogs needs. If i need a core need is not going to be. Mitt you can get rid of a need is not a preference speak to the dogs and human beings you got it. We need to meet the needs. They'll odd the only way for a dog to meet. The need of interaction is to go into depression and it was a young alive. Happy dog there was no way he would do that. And also the owner was a sweetheart. Incorrect is the way data. Trainers told him to do and god so i showed him how to play games. That met the dog needs those based on these three me Wrestling and tug of war where he was engaged once he made the dog needs. He now had the right to say now. I'm busy working amid to needs not all going to spend all day with you and within couple of these. The problem was fixed because a lot of people in that situation feel like. Oh if i played along with their that's not on my terms of walking the dog around the block and when it needs to poop and pee and other stuff then just want gonna want to do that all day. That's true but you ever right. You don't ever i to tell the dog no more just the way you would tell china more if you. I have been made their needs. Do you see what i'm saying. Absolutely and they need sign any relationship. It's like i see believe me what people tell me about the relationship with each other about the intimate stuff and i'm looking and i'm like how do you expect your husband to stay with you. If you have not been with him for over a decade romantically
BAME and Access to Mental Health Services
"Hi everyone and i'm delighted to entities episode three f series of Podcasts discussing access to services from young females from an asian heritage and today we are joined once again by my colleague. Helen and we also have rush knee with us today. I liza hello on shawna. So for those of you. That have listened to our previous cheap. Put 'cause we've discussed on. Lots of different aspects of how savage says at kansas is support young people from an asian backgrounds. And today what we're going to look at is whether or not you guys. I know that this Understanding and knowledge among staff cam stalls. In exactly how we can support our young people. Helen that this is a subject that you gave. You'll really passionate about that is in operating so of enjoyed during the costs. Kind of getting an understanding. I'm more awareness of wrong credible. Young people of what that might fail. Obey like am i guess. Kind of following on from that Loss podcast kind of what to look at things and improvements recommendations. You know that we can take forward as a service as well as the young ppo. I'm professionals that might be listening to the podcast. Thank you so. I suppose my question than israeli d'ici fail say all four of us can about the fact that you're no longer using cam. Savage says bought when you were being supported by and the staff at cams or actually this could be open to to what the professionals that have supported you in your johnny attacks a gp all people within your school. Do you think that they had enough of an understanding about how your needs might potentially be different from from other people's Apostle Bitings were any different in. The sense needs in times of culturally like really normal about set. You know appreciate the not making a big deal out of things just because the Looking at whether or not deny like religious whether or not a so if they have different difficulties that was good. I'm shoulder lost. I don't remember they didn't make a big deal about it. Just because of what. I look like riches. We'll stay that treating you differently. Which is a nice thing knoxville. Thanks shauna the. I wonder if anyone else has any comments to add. Should you know it. Might be the ashley Made to Not treat you any differently but it might be you know should we. Should we do you not think we should be asking questions about cultural belief. Liza am definitely like relate to sean point to some extent about Maybe needs not being so different. I've mentioned before how identify more westernized nigeria saw. I'm granted very white area and all that kind of stuff. But then i'm go to say. I think i appreciated the effort. That was made by safeguarding. A kind of team. I say cutting officer at school and also my therapist is well. An effort made to try and educate themselves surprise In like i think. I mentioned previous. 'cause my therapist actually ost Their religion is a big thing for me about coach
U.K. becomes first country to approve Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
"Lawmaker says britain's emergency authorization of a covid. Nineteen vaccine is rushed and problematic teri schultz reports the. Uk's become the first country to approve. Emergency use of the pfizer vaccine peter. Liza who's the spokesman for health policy for the european parliament's largest political group is warning eu governments not to follow the uk's quote hasty authorization of vaccine lease it says regulators have had data from the companies for too short a time to be sure of its safety. The medicines agency will meet later this month to consider approving the pfizer biontech vaccine. Teri schultz
Scientist Jean Deenmamode on CDT testing
"I expect is scientists zoll teen mom. Won't he's going to talk to us about the cdt test. When i was drinking the wine every i was vaguely where i was harming myself but because i never saw any proof of that i just have. Don't doing it now if my daughter had done a cdt tests on me and show me the results in black and white. I think that would have shocked me into making a change so this episode is all about explaining water. Cdt test is and how he can get one. I started our conversation by asking. You shown to tell me. But about himself and how he discovered the cdt test. Indeed well hello everybody at all your your listeners. Well i'm saw. I've been living in the uk for the boss forty three years now. It is based in london. And originally i was born in On the island of mauritius which is not too far from south africa answer. I'm matt familiar with a tropical southern hemisphere more so and in fact overrule was assessing this today at thirty two years diagnostic laboratory experience as both a clinical scientist and abide medical scientists. The latter requires more if you like getting once hints deji on the bench and doing the. We're kind of jokes. So i do enjoy that fall. Mole two thousand and eight. Somebody said to me to the test at school cdt. And i had no idea what city was what did did stateful at to me. It's something new that's coming out and we're commercialising it. It's to people who are at risk of chronic alcohol consumption and yet curiously. Why not and what. I was working there would be. People would come into the emergency department at night in the hospital and would have taken but nobody they would be smelling about. Also you could literally spend the or and you would think they'd be venturing or whatever so automatically. The doctors would have to ask for a request for a alcohol to be done. And this is a single time. Point measurement us through Might be and i saw. I render buys those samples. So i had no idea who they were and read these same samples anonymously on that cd on the liza and to my surprise i found out those who were testing negative for having consume alcohol when they were being admitted had this elevated cdt. And i couldn't understand why. And most of those who were drinking. And in fact where i imagine bhai now would be closed as chronic drinkers had both elevated auto an elevated cdt. So it became very mantra curiosity and between two thousand eight twenty ten. I did a lot of Of the swear in that manner. They went many samples private referral laboratories full on behalf of airline. Where taking it interest into this mollica. Because we're just the basic tests at started getting work from these companies. Also and i was invited to present some of my work in the netherlands in amsterdam in twenty twelve december so that was just after the olympics and unbeknownst to me there were representatives of the international federation of clinical chemistry present and this is known as the ifc see. This is the body that if you like it. It's full of international orla clinicians scientists and so on that all the blood test we have done in a laboratory. They approve that so that any tests that you have done that they approved so these people were there as representatives. Ocd the ifc members suggested that i joined the group which at the time they were trying to if you like rationalized how cdt was being done and make it a more recognized test. It was like sort of research. Talk to the time. So i did Issue like express my interest and by twenty fifteen. I ended up becoming a member of this working group and nothing lead. Did i just become a member. But in twenty eight thousand nine. They found myself being the chair of the ifc cdt working group which is an enormous platform personally for me and since then the icco's taken on bullet that a Full front to promote the test. Educate about the of cd
Newsom calls for California ban on new gas-fueled cars by 2035
"In the States rear view mirror boxes. Jessica Rosenthal Live in L. A. At least a California governor Gavin Newsom, announced he's signing an executive order to stop selling new gasoline powered cars and trucks by the year. 2035. This does not mean those people can't boner drive gas powered cars or sell used ones. Susan says it's meant to address climate change and says the state cannot have a completely carbon free economy by 2045. If changes aren't made in the transportation sector, now transportation sector we have seen an actual increase. Modest, though it may be an increase in total emissions. While we've seen a decrease in other sectors when asked why he's pushing this through on executive order, rather than legislatively. Newsome said. The moment demands movement and leadership Liza Thanks Jessica America
How to Generate a Weekly Flow of Inbound Client Leads with Tom Poland
"Tom. What's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. Who was that fire nation? Some, that's kind of interesting. The most people don't know is that in September. Two Thousand Sixteen I had a brain hemorrhage and fifty percent of the people had this particular type of brain damage die. And there's another forty one percent that apparently brain damaged and I had three the suck us over ten days. I survived a thriving y that is something I definitely did not know in you are thriving Tom and fire nation. That's exactly why we brought him on the Mike today because as I shared during the intro in talk about generating a weekly flow of inbound new clients leads in. Tom, you've written a trilogy of bestsellers on lead. Zoology. So let's start with you sharing the benefits of Liza algae. Best Way I can do that is paint a picture. So let's let's the picture what changes in your life when someone puts this place is pretty simple. Let's let's take. Let's take Monday morning you wake up you sipping coffee, you open your laptop. Tablet using. And you see. Bookings that have come in from people who are highly qualified who WanNa know more about working with you. That's the scenario and you have message. You haven't had to follow the miles that had booked time to have a talk with you about becoming client, and when you have that meeting was not going to be convincing designing GONNA be confirming because they've already created pre motivated prequalified in terms working they just want us to tell them that it's the right thing to do. That's that's the outcome. That's the benefit of lead dodgy I mean fire nation that's the dream I. Mean You WanNa create a business you want To create a system, you want to have the tools in place where you're waking up and having qualified people that want to know more about you, the one Qassim, your content that want to work with you, and now you've made quite a distinction Tom between marketing and selling. So I defined the two and then break down this distinction marketing is where we generally and selling us where we can better and as someone quite said, nothing happens in a business still selling salt until you've got a prospect and you converted. That person into a Klein and they pay some money we don't have anything we we can't do anything. We can't do our research development county supplies we got by a south. So true nothing happens in a business something sold, but nothing is sold until leads generated. So lead Gen is at the point of the pointy end of any business if you're not generating leads and if you don't have predictive control of the generation of not only the quantity of the caller slates, then you future is blitz. That's is precarious. To say the least. So let's make that distinction between marketing and selling. I mean you just went ahead and kind of define the to what the differences are. But what exactly do you want to make sure fire nation gets when it comes to their marketing and then when it comes to their selling like what's that process look like? So what don't want people to get is that essentially what Peter Drucker said the great management? Guru he said you know the goal of the goal of marketing is to make selling redundant. The way I said is that cell has what you have to do your marketing socks and I got my teeth selling life insurance as as a as a twenty one year old over four years ago I was selling life insurance I would make money morning and call people didn't WanNa. Hear from me. I had to be incredibly good selling because my marketing absolutely shocked. So. All the people go into the sows conversion courses in the south training courses and the whatever type of lettuce you know I'm twisting wise to close the Salad di. They all become redundant relevant. If you get ready your marketing because marketing is going to set it up. So that effective marketing, we'll set it up so that people want to actually work with you before you've actually spoken with him on at all and that that's the big distinction is at first of all inititally jet under control. Selling completely pointless. Now, under convert ride, you know leads coming to prospects and secondly when you get really good at marketing, you don't need to do and he's selling anyhow If if I've done the mocking right people aren't going to say to me well I to think about if I've done my marketing ride, people won't say Will County Florida done. My marketing ride people are going to be motivated and wanted to guys do consoles I have clients. is not about convincing because convincing selling it's about confirming because of done hopefully the marketing right in the first place.
Black Women Deserve More Credit in Civil Rights Movements
"Black women have been the pioneers of so many movements that have changed the world, the Eurasia of black women from the story of these movements is something. We've seen many times throughout American history starting all the way back with the women's suffrage movement. African American women in particular played a significant in sometimes overlooked role at a suffrage movement. There were African American women fighting for suffrage from the beginning you. Know sojourner truth and the time of the civil war I to be Wells Barnett and Mary Church. Terrell, they built a movement that would grow to half a million but they would never find exceptions among mainstream. Selfridge's at that time. Suffrage leaders were actively wooing southern white members to appease the southerners. White suffragettes found it expedient to abandon their black sisters they minimize the presence of black woman in that struggle. Stan seize control of suffrage history, and this multi volume book still dominates the histories and essentially wrote black women out of that. That's right. Black suffragettes were literally written out of the history books by white women in the movements and just look at their faces. It's like they had already seen the future and they were like I'M NOT GONNA get credit for any of this Emma because the truth is certain white feminist heroes worst super-problematic. People, remember them like they were early versions of wonder woman when in reality they were more like the mom from get out. Now, you may not be surprised that these nineteen twenties, Karen's where he gets to accept black women's work but give them credits. But what may surprise you is that black men in the civil rights movement also happy to do a similar thing most women who worked in the movement who were the exit backbone of the civil rights movement were not really known media attention would always be drawn to the men of the movement as they are doing work that Martin, Luther, King's and others but would not necessarily go to women like Ella Baker who was a longtime activist. Who helped to nurture and birth the student movement Diane Nash With the Lead Strategist behind the citizens in Nashville and the freedom writers he played a critical role in organizing the Selma marches. Dorothy height was the Godmother of the civil rights movement. But because she was a woman, she was often off to the side behind the podium behind the scenes she was guiding force at the table when the big six planned the historic march on Washington in nineteen sixty three, the lone woman at a table full of med, yet despite all her efforts height could not convince them that a woman should be allowed to speak at the podium the day of the march come on man this is so messed up. Black Women with the lifeblood of the civil rights movement, and still they got caught blocked by the dudes I. Mean, the Reverend's got half a dozen microphones right there you come break. One of those offer, my girl Dorothy she was a critical part of the group if the vendors were fighting Santa's but they made eye on Manchester from the stands and this just shows you that black women don't just have to deal with racism from the world but oftentimes, they have to deal with the sexism within their own communities and the world at large.
Man drowns at Leesylvania State Park
"Has drowned at a park in Woodbridge, 32 year old Naseer Moloch Kaze of Herndon was last seen swimming at the lease Vania State Park on Friday. The Liza Vania State Park on Friday a search effort that included the Coast Guard was launched in his body was found yesterday morning by police divers.
Moderna Presents LAUGHABLE Interim Vaccine Data. Verastem Shows Mixed Success in Solid Tumors
"So God pretty exciting show for everybody and glad be back. I know I'm doing back to back week episodes but I wanted to talk about this before. Lasko comes which is going to be next week. So we're going to touch on bare. Stem Oncology is the main company and also GonNa Touch on the major news that we heard the interim phase one data that came earlier this week because it is definitely interesting stuff so with that. I do want to thank everybody for joining me today and I wanted to give a shout out from a donor adviser ready to check out the Biotech plays I appreciate all the support that everybody's giving me there and they're actually pretty engaged. I know there's a few. Biotech focused separates out there. But I think biotech plays actually has the most amount of people who are engaged in willing to to talk about different companies so checkout biotech plays and Yana appreciate everybody who shares my videos on there so with that. Let's get right into it and the first thing I want to talk about today is modern. So what we heard on Monday. Believe rate at the bell was that they announced positive interim phase one data for its Rene Vaccine Twelve seventy three against the novel corona buyers. I know this is a big wall tax but the details are very important here so going to read a couple of paragraphs we'll break it down. But they said that immunogenetics data are currently available for the twenty five microgram and Hundred. Microgram dose level after two doses. Day Forty three and at the two hundred and fifty microgram level after one dose day. Twenty nine dose dependent increases in immunogenetics. Where seen across all three dose levels and between prime and boost within the twenty five microgram and hundred microgram dose levels all participants aged eighteen fifty five fifteen per cohort across all three doses. Ciro converted by date fifteen a single dose so just to keep everyone up to speed here across all these three dose levels are saying that between baseline and after a single dose patients went from antibody negative to antibody positive. Now we don't know what the sensitivity is of the essay or anything like that our saying is that all of these patients became positive for certain antibodies. Now they go on at day forty-three two weeks following second does at the twenty five microgram dose level levels of binding. Antibodies were at the level seen in convalescence Sarah which are blood samples taken from people who've recovered from covid nineteen tested in the same essay at day. Forty three at the hundred microgram dose level levels of binding Antibi- significantly exceeded levels seen in convalescence Sarah. So I put three stars here just to make a call out to the actual clinical trials dot Gov page which showed that the secondary objective in this trial was to evaluate the immunogenetics city as measured by Immunoglobulin g enzyme late immunised orbin assay or the long version of Liza to the spurs co two s spike protein following a two dose vaccination schedule of Amarnath twelve. Seventy three a day fifty seven. So this is what they're referring to is the levels of IGIEA that are specifically in response to the SARS cove to spike protein. Now a couple issues with this study in and of itself to the first thing that stands out is we're only given descriptive character of what's going on in these patients were not being shown actual data and you know just from the outset. That's pretty pretty sketchy. And they're also comparing the levels that they signed their study to level seen convalescent Sarah but as we know convalescent Sarah varies widely in the levels of IGGI and the timing also matters quite a lot too so they omitted all of that stuff. And it would have been great to actually see how it compares to convalesce and Sarah is the timing similar from which the code infection stopped a lot of those details just completely omitted from this. The other thing is that the nature of the elisas against the G. For the SARS COKE TO SPIKE PROTEIN. The specificity and sensitivity varies quite a bit between these different asses. And we also don't really know how cross reactive their ass a was two different serves cove spike proteins. So as we all know there's a variety of different krona viruses out there and we all might have some antibodies that could be cross reacted in these assets. And we just don't know if that happens to be the case here. The fact that they compared baseline to after the injections. Kinda suggests to me that there is some increase in antibodies. Here but it would have been nice to see more details which were completely omitted in this. And the other thing is just because you ciro converted. That doesn't necessarily mean you have protection against the coronavirus. So that's what they looked at in the second part when they talk about neutralizing antibody so to touch on that they say at this time. Neutralizing antibody data are available. Only for the first four participants in each of the twenty five microgram and Hundred Milligram Dose Level. Cohorts they go on consistent with the binding antibody. Data emanate twelve seventy three vaccination elicited neutralizing antibodies in all eight of these participants as measured by Placard Action Neutralization Assays Against Live. Sars coke to the levels of neutralizing antibodies today. Forty-three were at or above levels. Generally seen in convalescent Sarah
Wacky Khakis: Looters and Polluters
"This week. Another thrilling addition of everybody's favorite game lackey Khakis. And now here's your host in an identical clone of devil theme. No Deborah Goldstein. I'm Deborah Goldstein. Not a clone. How do we know that? And here with me. As always unless he's a clone is our sound effects robot Liza whose name stands for live in studio audience. Lisa how about a little sound effects pizzazz? I'm not really in the mood for pizzazz. What are you in the mood for I can do this out of a tree. Falling the forest. When nobody's around to hear it. What does that sound like? That's what it sounds like. You weren't around for it. So how do you know? It doesn't sound like that okay. Good Point Now how about giving us the sound of a robot telling us how our game works and it here all right okay. Every time we play Wacky Khakis Deborah. We tell one wild story about the world. There is a baby. Only one of those stories is the truth and the other one is a lie. And it's the job of two human children to figure out which one is. Which and would you please introduce those human child contestants? Everything okay our human child contestant. We got this kid named Toby. He was on the Blacksmith episode. We got this. Other named declan from our gymnastics episode. Welcome guy also with us today to be our Wacky Khakis. Timekeeper referee is our producer. No welcome back Noah. Hey guys good to be here Okay real heads will know that in Wacky Khakis Deborah Lisa. Each change to tell their stories for the timer sounds. We flipped a coin which later found out was a trick. Coin from both sides were heads and so Lisa has chosen to go second. That's how you do it. Well Debra means you're up first feeling good. I'm feeling rate okay. Our topic this week is looters and polluters story of money hungry business ventures. That were no friends of mother. Nature listen up carefully declan and toby. Deborah your timer will begin. Now they say that money can't buy you happiness and I suppose that's mostly true but an underground perfume shop in Miami between one thousand nine hundred eighty two and one thousand nine hundred eight. It could by perfumes and colognes extracted from federally protected. Endangered Species Ronca Thurman. The mastermind behind this criminal enterprise referred to her fragrances. As Ex tinctures tinctures for fragrances made from species that were going extinct though. Ex tinctures generally didn't smell any better than the much cheaper less destructive sense available legally they served as a status symbol for Miami's rich and powerful throughout the eighties. The most famous variety was called Miami blue named after the endangered butterfly. It was made from today. There are fewer than one hundred. These butterflies still living though it was incredibly difficult to find and capture. The vulnerable species used in perfumes. The business was made profitable by the exorbitant sums. People would pay for them sometimes. Up to fifteen thousand dollars for a two ounce bottle Thurman extinct. Were an open secret among southern Florida's money classes for years but an expose by the Miami Herald brought down the multi-million dollar operation in October of Nineteen Thurman Served US eleven months in prison before securing an early release Thurman went on to make millions more dollars offer confessional autobiography fragrance endangered panther must prairie clover. See turtled wearing that stuff. Just made you feel like you were somebody. An anonymous customer was quoted as saying in the book. We all know it was wrong but there was something so cool about knowing your sent. Who's going extinct? It was the ultimate limited edition. Pat Is time oil done deborah. Well what do you think of that story? L. Is Pretty Nice. Yeah I liked it except for the except for the danger. Save all endangered animal. You would. You wouldn't buy perfume from an animal that was going. You know what I didn't like about the story what I didn't like the animals being killed. No it's terrible deborah. I wish you would. You wouldn't talk about that. I would not like to but it's important that people know that these things happened and that people actually paid money for such a thing which is disgusting. It's shameful shameful for what you guys said. Yes I agree. Yes fully times two million. I appreciate your
How COVID-19 Has Changed Fast Fashion Forever
"We've all heard how fast fashion is damaging to the people and the planet. What you probably haven't heard is that the covid nineteen pandemic has created a crisis for garment factory employees around the world amid this unprecedented event workers factories and brands are losing wages and are being forced to make difficult decisions to keep their businesses running while protecting health and safety orders are being produced postponed or canceled. Lockdowns are preventing work in some countries and viral exposure on the job a threat to workers and their families in this episode of Good Together. Liza and I discussed with Jessica Andrews Deputy Fashion Editor Bustle. How Fair Trade? Usa is mobilizing to protect garment workers. Jessica's years of experience in the Fashion Journalism Space and her passion for fighting back against the negative impact of industry make for a fascinating and timely conversation at the intersection of Human Rights Fashion. An advocacy. Hey Jessica welcome to good together. Were so excited to have you so for listeners. Who aren't familiar with Jessica. She is the deputy fashion editor at bustle overseeing all things fashion from red carpet roundups to trend reports Before she went she was at bustle. She did stints at refinery. Twenty nine teen vogue an has also contributed to places like L. Vanity Fair New York Times essence. Just like all of the wonderful news sources. I could say so. We are thrilled to have her on a speaking about all things fair trade USA. An ethical. Fashion so Jessica. I wondered if you could give us an intro As to your background I know I just covered a little bit of it there. But you know why you got into The the ethical fashion space specifically. And we'll just kind of take it from there. Good why I love The you because it really sums up my career. I've done a little bit of everything I've worked in housing brands and as a freelance writer and I found that I was really passionate about not just about fashion though. I love beautiful clothes. But like the ethical aspect of it on whether that's diversity on the runway or treating garment workers fairly and being conscious about the environment and I think for me. My passionate about environmental issues really developed from my sister. She's a climate analyst. She works out of DC. And she's always been really passionate about how we can make the world a better place four to leave behind our kids and that really starts with us being more responsible about our carbon footprint and I always loved hearing her talk about it because she's so passionate but I didn't realize how much it crossed over with the fashion industry until I started my career and I saw just how wasteful the industry can be An also I learned about Rana Plaza and I was devastated to know all the garment workers who lives were lost that day And I really felt like I could make a difference through my platform and my jobs by speaking out about this because I thought if I wasn't aware of you know how the fashion industry was contributing to climate change and just that like lack of environmental responsibility that they had I bought. There must be other people that feel this way to you know so. I I realized could really use my platform to spread awareness. And you know working with my sister. Her name named Sabrina and other advocates in this in this space like Rachel weighing who was established for the fair trade. Look book who such an inspiration to me. I was able to learn more about these issues and then find a way that I could cover them at all the different places I've worked so that's been something that really rewarding for me to do to feel like I'm helping make a difference in somewhere. So yeah it's good to hear how you of got into ethical fashion and you absolutely kind of Nailed it in terms of like when you feel like even you don't know about it and I think at despite the fact that we are in the fair trade ethical fashioning still we all know about the staff we are super passionate about you know spreading awareness about what happened. Rana Plaza by the way for our listeners gives you know Rana Plaza was a factory collapsed in Dhaka. Bangladesh holding tire factory collapsed on Apple. Two fourth two thousand thirteen killing over eleven hundred people garment workers and it kind of gave Was fuel behind the ethical fashion fashion pollution moods which is With we we've been through so much over the years of the seven years now It's you absolutely right. Not everyone knows about it and spreading awareness solely incredibly Just so everyone knows what was happening the because again. We are so so disconnected this days. from the people who are making basically every product. Not just the that. We're wearing but products that we eat with for the run our with in the house Absolutely right with that So you also mentioned that we wear fair trade campaign ride UA one of the Bruins women spokesperson for the we wear trade campaign that was launched last month right and time of professional dilution week buy fair trade. Usa. Can you tell us more about it? Yeah of course so. It's interesting that you brought up Rana Plaza again because that really inspired it And Fair trade originally launched the where fair trade campaign last year on during fashion revolution. Week to honor the Rana Plaza Garment Factory Collapse And I think doing it. This year felt really urgent as well. I'm just to raise awareness around how garment workers are still being impacted today on and then also especially considering the effects of cove in nineteen And how you know. Fashions most vulnerable people are impacted during a crisis even more so this campaign we wanted to really highlight that Rachel Wang again She was the stylist and the creative director. She collaborated with B. Y. T. NYC too short film And that would really moves me so much just to hear about how these different advocates started getting active in the space and why fair trade is so significant to all of
"liza" Discussed on The Wellthier Together Podcast
"I'm interviewing Liza Jane the founder of living simply Brave and we're going to talk about how you can use the Enneagram as a tool to understand yourself others and to use that to cultivate and grow healthier relationships. Liza change is the founder and creator of living simply Brave. She empowers women to live authentically becoming who they were created to be she provides the guidance women need to break free set boundaries and build exceptional relationships through the Enneagram Liza coaches women in the brave sisters community Through online book clubs Masters classes and private one-on-one coaching Liza. Liza is a Survivor who has continued to rebuild her life. One moment at a time. She was lost dog. Used frustrated and at her Wit's End as everything. She ever dreamed of was falling apart before her during that season of life. She was naive insecure and had a limited south point system and no matter how wise it tried to change her life it Came Crashing Down. Anyway, Liza Jane now stands proudly as a light to others that may be struggling to find their own life. So welcome lines of Jean. How are you doing today? I'm good. Thank you so much for having me. So, can you tell us a little bit more about your story? Like how did you get into the in your Gram just a little bit back of background? Absolutely. My story is definitely an interesting one. I grew up in a home with a single mom. I have an older brother and a younger brother. My younger brother is actually 11 years younger than I am. So she actually was kind of his caretaker and as I grew up in my younger childhood, I experienced actually several different traumas in a very short period of time and that has ultimately shaped who I've actually become today. And so the reason why living simply Brave to me is so important is because We don't want to Define ourselves by the things have happened to us. But sometimes we choose to let those circumstances kind of alter our Iraq Maps our Journeys. And so we tend to kind of drift too far and when we come back to ourselves and choose to take one moment at a time, it allows us to kind of connect deeper with ourselves instead of kind of living in the expectations of who everybody else wants to be and that's why when I found the Enneagram it all seemed we changed my life. So almost three years ago. Now I had my.
Using the Enneagram as a Tool to Cultivate Healthy Relationships with Liza Jean - burst 01
"We don't want to Define ourselves by the things have happened to us. But sometimes we choose to let those circumstances kind of alter our Iraq Maps our Journeys. And so we tend to kind of drift too far and when we come back to ourselves and choose to take one moment at a time, it allows us to kind of connect deeper with ourselves instead of kind of living in the expectations of who everybody else wants to be and
"liza" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"Is bouncing back that quickly after years of sort of lower vibrational impact and the same thing goes in our personal lives. You Know I. I have a coaching program. In when people come in there they are starting to learn things and change their vibration in such a way. That took me years to do when I was teaching the stuff to myself. And now they come in and use these techniques and I see them start to really turn their lives around in multiple ways really really fast and it just shows how quickly when we change our vibration. Our lives will change when really allow the universe to do its job. I always say the Universe Pampers me no matter what even if it looks like. It's not I have learned to move through that and trust and the universe as yet 'til hitting me down ever ever ever including navigating this pandemic including me going to Mexico at the beginning of it and then coming back from Mexico and everything that's happened since then I just every day I'll look back. Wow Book how I got here and I didn't know how that was going to happen and look how I got to this place. I had no idea how that was going to work yet. It did. Yeah I think you just said something and to me. I know. This is another bit of guidance. I received from my source connection. Mvp is that this is really a huge lesson in teaching teaching might not be the right word but showing us the that control really is an illusion. Like I'm saying all the time to myself like I don't have any control and it's so freeing to realize that I don't have to control anything or know that I don't have to control anything. The only thing I need to control is really my focus on trusting the universe trusting that. I can't see the next thing but the universe is going to deliver to me exactly what I needed in each moment. So it's a beautiful grand scale exercise and letting go of that control that we all have. I was telling somebody the other day and I was telling them because I get these visions when I'm when I'm not channeling I'm still. I'm still channeling him. Challenge selling them to zoom out. You know don't be so specific and don't try to hone in so much specifically about how something's going to be or how you're going to get there because that creates the static your vibe downing keeps those things from coming to you. That's why the things that we think we need the most often. Don't come or slow come slowly so I'm always loopy. After channel so the third segment of the show is always me opera? So that's not loopy. Otherwise so I use zoom out be very broad I- wellbeing as my intention. I WANNA be joyful. I WANNA be well. I WANNA have fun. I WanNa love life and I'm going to leave my intention at that it's not about. I need a bigger house. I need a Bentley I need. I love a Bentley. But you don't need that. Yeah so you know it's just really zooming out and and making your intention. General well-being thriving joy feeling good having fun laughing that that's what a joyful life is and then let the universe populate that for US rather than trying to direct the universe place these weights on the vibration of. It's got to happen this way. Or How's that going to work? That's where we really trip ourselves up and I found the more I've released needing to control because control is about fear anytime. You're trying to needing to control things trying to control the outcome or even the process. It's based on fear of it not working fear of not ending up in your favor. Fear of someone else taking controlling in creating in your life where they can't do that unless you allow them to anyway letting go of that control in that need for control zooming out and just saying let me have a universe. Just bring it on. I'm going to enjoy every part of it. I'M GONNA home love it. All whatever comes it's just going to be amazing and fun and I'm just GonNa roll through everything it whatever it is even a pandemic that comes along. I'm I'm going to be joyful about it and I am and I know you are too So much fun talking to you because I knew you were going to come on and say well and you mentioned like you know in your coaching program. You're essentially teaching people in a short short time. What took you years. You know. I didn't even venture to say a decade or maybe a little more to recognize how to release that fear how to release that control right because it seems like. Oh that's all we have to do. But if you don't understand the the core of why you're doing that than people think. Oh just get over it. Just don't do it. And it's really a retraining of your perspective of how you experience the world. I think that's amazing. That you can take your your time that you spent and shrink that down and show people how to make that shift sooner than later. So they can be living in that abundant trusting the universe state. That's just phenomenal types. You it really is just as quickly as they let go and de-tune those beliefs so I can't believe we've already used up an hour. I could talk to you all day. I'll have you back on again soon. So we've got just a minute or two left. Why don't you tell everybody how to find you? And in what you have going on these days and you sort of touched on in the beginning let's recap so you can find me at. Www DOT LIZA JANE WOLFE DOT COM. Lic A. J. A. N. E. W. O. L. F. and as I said I'm focusing on my monthly membership group. It's called the energy of love because I believe we are the energy in love love and I'm really through my channeling showing people how to connect with their source of so that they can essentially the same thing we've been talking about. Let go of Control. Let go of fear. Step into trusting the universe and step into being the energy of love here in physical form. So that's what I'm doing and as soon as we get back to normal operating procedures I will be doing a lot of local channeling events. I'm really excited about that. Very very good at very exciting stuff. Thank you so much everyone for listening and thank you so much Liza Jane Wolfe for being my guest day. Talking to the Stream not mistake..
"liza" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"And I'm back. The stream has left the building. If you will now they have their sawyer. And I'm here with Liza Jane Wolfe Liza. I never remember much after I channel recap me on anything new anything interesting. I thought it was a great session. I don't know if it was anything new because I didn't have a chance yet to watch the reset. Summit that you did but I did ask about what we were talking about. The hand sanitizer and You know people being obsessed over germs and they said that definitely played a role in this. They gave some really good information on navigating relationships and moving forward enjoy obviously which is what they always advise us to do but really finding joy before we do anything during this time or any other time and that will really show up and be able to embrace the positive shifts. That are coming so it was really good. I enjoyed it. Good good I was thinking I have a friend who works runs several locations of business and they're trying to convert everybody to to work at home and a lot of the employees. Don't WanNa do that. They they don't really stuck at home for one reason or another and I know that Debbie Gee on our live show last week. shared that. There's actually an uptick right now in domestic violence because people are placed in that domestic situation were often if it was not funding for you know a stressful situation such as this is probably not going to improve that so as much as we lament about how our lives haven't changed so nice to be. I work at home all the time so for my work life. It's no different Michael. He's he's living in my house. Right now where remodelling his house. And we're not going out socializing but you know we're enjoying our time together. We really are and you know. I've got more time with Lola. The dog and you know all of this stuff. So it's good for me by no. There's a lot of people out there that arm. But maybe this is highlighting something for them to to work on manifesting. Something that's an improvement. Either through higher levels of appreciation are finding real tangible vibrational solutions. If you're not wanting to be at home right now whether it's with your kids or your parents or your partner or whatever I hate to think of anybody living situation that they just dread going to. I had a child like dot and I've vowed for my adult life to never be like that. Well it's funny because at one of the things I asked the stream was right about the time probably right before this whole pan pandemic hit us in the US. A couple of people. I know Their relationship with the person that they lived with dissolved. And they were thinking they were gonna be able to just move out. Move on and whatever. Now they're kind of stuck financially living with the person who dissolved the relationship and so they. It's funny that you touch on that. Ha ha ha and they kinda give some guidance on that but. I really think that that's I agree. They said find the appreciation. And I agree with what you're saying. It's really a forcing those people from my perspective to get clear on what they do want because they were kind of just in limbo kind of waiting to see you know and I. I do think this giving a lot of people clarity on okay. I'm not happy now. I have to really face that I'm not happy. What can I do to shift that and change so yeah? That was actually one of the things asked them about good good. I'm glad that you got some some clarity for the audience whether you personally eater. You've got clarity audience on that. You know it's an interesting time. It's it's probably a fifty two years old and I've lived through a lot of things. I've never lived through anything like this. This is different but approaching it with these tools and this mindset is is so much better because I see friends of mine on facebook kind of freaking out really upset every day about something else. That's going on whether it's the virus itself or politics or a combination of the two Worried about the economy worried about you. Know the spread and really not having a good time with all of this and even people that don't have to work They're saying things like that. So you know I. I can't hold people away from their contrast I get it. It's not my job to do that. But you know I care about people. I hate to see people suffering and in worrying so much while I'm just kind of you know. Hey I'm eager to see what's next. Are we going to completely destroy the economy to start over? GonNa happen excited about this contrast but to see what's going to pop up but I agree I my heart goes out also to those who all say don't have the the the trust in the universe yet to navigate the situation in the way that maybe we do but I have to say five thousand percent it so much easier to navigate this because like you I've spent many years now my vibration and putting my total trust and source energy and knowing that I'm always being guided for what's best for me and you know sometimes I'm aware now as you are. Sometimes the contrast is the best thing in the moment because it helps us get clear on what we want. You know if I'm too wishy washy about something I'll have a big old contrast slap me in the face and nothing like that gets me clear on what the next thing I need to do. Is You know so definitely spending the time that we've spent maintaining our vibration makes this much much easier. But I agree with you. My heart does go out to people especially one of my closest friends. She's just on flip out every time she calls. I'm like okay. Let me before I answer the phone. Let me get in a good place of appreciation for her and joy before I get on this now. The last thing to do is go down and meet her at her lower vibe level. Because you're not going to be of any help to her down there right. Oh I just do a lot of nodding nodding in yet. Yeah yeah well you don't WanNa lower your vibration because you don't have anything to offer from down there but you also don't WanNa you know you if you're in a super high vibrational place it's sort of like we go through this period in our vibrational journeys where for a little while you only be wanna be around other like minded people and unit. Turn off the news and you don't want to absorb anything and then I I for me. I got past that like I can. I can listen to the news now. I really like Bill Maher. He's all political But I think he's a smart guy he's got an interesting take on things and I enjoy watching him and there was a time that I quit watching it because I didn't want to hear about politics because it drag my vibration down now it doesn't drag my vibration down at all. I don't WanNa be all immersed in it because I don't get politics any power over my life personally but it's interesting just to hear his thoughts on current events and so. I've gotten back into watching that in the sequester just because I don't have cable or anything and I canceled all of my issues. I quit watching. Tv cancelled all that stuff a while ago. Now I'm sitting home every night. Okay we have to find something working on my book and stuff like that but we have to find something on TV every once in a while. Because I can't just watch something. That's just kind of mindless anymore. Just doesn't work for me so that I can do that with no problem. I can be around people that that I don't agree with and they just don't bother me anymore. I do. I want to get into deep conversations with them. No but it's sort of like I. Nothing takes my vibration down and I love being in this place and as you said I've been curing vibration for a while but it's never too late to start doing that. It's never too late to start working on really trusting universe really tuning fair in your life and I won't that for everybody well and because as you give it five minutes and you immediately have results right like you you know. I've been giving a lot of guidance to people to just. You don't have anything else to do. So make it your fulltime job to navigate your thoughts to positive things you know what makes me feel good. Think about that. What makes me feel good? Think about that and you get an instant return on your investment. So yeah it's never too late to start start right now and in ten minutes you'll be feeling better. It's really that easy. You know both good. That's a good point too because just a couple of weeks ago. People were starting to point out that the pollution in La is is lifted to a level. Hasn't been fifty years The Canals Venison clearer than. They've been there seeing dolphins now in waters that you haven't seen that in a long time because the environment.
"liza" Discussed on KCRW
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