17 Burst results for "Lovie Lisa"

"love lisa" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"love lisa" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"So we know that their story is not dependent on us. They have a life they have story they have. They have culture that they have arts. They have intellect elect That was developed apart from the West. And before the West Ashley and so it is incumbent upon us to see them as phooey human in and of themselves What Dr Andrea Smith says in her in her paper the three pillars of white supremacy which you should link to in the show notes here so I'm giving it little little tidbit? She I recommend everybody read it for me. This has become a seminal text of understanding the moment we're in and and how how white supremacy is operating in this moment on our borders and as we look Iran and Iraq. She says there are three major logics of white supremacy the first first major logic as as as white supremacy looks at the other as as it looks at people of African descent. What it says is they exist assist in order to provide us with low cost or no cost Labor for the thriving of Whiteness for white right? So that's why you get slavery that's how you get Jim Jim Crow. That's how you get mad incarceration. That's how you get the Labor Act of nineteen thirty five Exempting farmworkers workers which were mostly black at the time and Has metality workers for example maids and things like that from Labor protections because white supremacist. MRI CAST people of African descent as existing for the thriving of white people in that in order for them. To thrive. You need a low cost US labor pool so that's that's one but then it looks over at Middle Easterners and Asian people and says they are almost I fully human but not quite Our competition they need to be dominated at all costs at all times so you always see them in a perpetual state of war with with the self with Whiteness and so you have to dominate them in order to keep yourself up that is as a lie from the pit of Hell. The reality is folks who live in Iraq and Iran and Pakistan and Northern Africa. And all over they are human. Yeah and they have. Human Stories are mothers and babies and nieces and dreams and failures and best practices and culture and mores and all of the same stuff that has all as valid. Let's good as has valid as anybody else. And and so they too were called to exercise stewardship of this world but the thing is now how now you also have to look at history. Because in order to have an honest interrogation of the story. We've been told we have to be willing to look at the story we've been told and what we were told what we've been told. Is that Iran and Iraq our enemies period right. But that's not true. Did you know in nineteen fifty. Three Iran Iran actually had elected its own democratically elected president. That they were actually on the road to having a solid democracy but bat bat in our book with destabilize our interests which would be bilking their oil and we went in with our CIA. This is this. This is not conspiracy theory. This is fact and we replace that. President with the Shah ever Iran and the Shah of Iran was a brutal brutal brutal dictator who absolutely bilked his own people for his own thriving and crushed his people and the Shah of Veron is. What actually brought us the hostage? Crisis in nineteen seventy nine and the taking over the America and American Embassy because the people there knew what we did and they knew that we were we were responsible for their pain and so they pushed back at us. Because that's what we deserved served. It's it's that moment in history in nineteen seventy nine that is undoubtedly you know seared and our collective national memory and causes us to think of of as Iran as are perpetual enemy. But we have to see what they did in the context of what we did. And that's what we normally leave out. So what the what would help is boy. What if we all just repented for believing that we should have a say in their government and their governments? I I mean all the talk. That's happening right now. Should we. Should we overturn their their nation or not. Should we do nation building. They're not can you believe where we are actually having living in our public discourse a conversation about whether or not America should take out their leaders. That.

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"love lisa" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"love lisa" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"I want to pet it Because I read a piece that you wrote and I it's so it was so goodly sin so thought provoking and it was kind of about your changing relationship ship with the Bible and the sentence so zip zinged me. He said Jesus is no longer my boyfriend. That's Larry's he. He is my liberator Raider. That's something that I've talked at length with Pete ends on this show about also and I am interested to hear you talk about this. I yeah love to hear more about your experience here What you meant where you're going with? This looks like in your life what I've come to understand. Is that what it means to be. A human is actually to be equally called and with the capacity created with the capacity to exercise stewardship of the world. And so what read it requires then for us to be radically connected again to be. Reconnected is to recognize the equal call and capacity half of all to exercise stewardship of this world to exit the agency to shape the world. Really the good news that Jesus did not just come To live in my heart and love me right to go out on dates with me to starbucks but Jesus he says came to liberate the image of God on Earth could Jesus came to confront the powers that are hell hell bent on crushing the image of God on Earth. Yes and that means me. And my third. Great Grandmother Leah Ballard Allard and my mother and my father and my brother that the powers have been dead set against the thriving against the exercising of stewardship and dominion particularly around. We'll actually it the powers in our world and our time time in our era and by era I mean is the last maybe thousand years have been the power of White Patriarchy right and I know that that sounds like really academic you to some people it might actually sound. Oh you just put yourself in a liberal camp. No no what I'm talking about. His actual laws and policies. It had been that were put on the books by white people of European descent men right in order to protect their own thriving at not only the founding of the country but the founding of the colonies and those laws laws and structures were not changed or taken off the books when we became a nation and they only became more entrenched. And so when I say. Jesus this is my liberator. Not just my boyfriend in fact. He's not my boyfriend. Judy my boyfriend. He was here to liberate the image of God. The image of God and that included the image of God in Brown Mary his mom and the image of God and Brown Mary Magdalene and the image of God and Brown repeater and Brown Paul and Brown everybody. Just only one person of European descent who has a speaking role in the entire Bible and it's pilot great. Put them on the frigging cross. Yeah what am I saying. I'm not saying people of European descent put these are. That's all the good for. That's not what I'm saying right me about that. I'm not talking about that. What I'm seeing is? The Bible is not a Western document. That's right right and it's not a document that was written from the social location of empire. That's right it was written from a social location of the oppressed social social. Okay bye entire thing. The whole thing including David's Psalms and all of the passage and Anna Song of Solomon the Stories of Solomon David were written about and by a King of a Dinky Little Kate in kept getting sacked by imports. Right you they were not building an empire they were a dinky little kingdom. That God didn't even want them to build. God said don't build a kingdom. I am your king. So you don't need a king in fact if you do you're going to have to build tall buildings and enslave. Your people. Don't do that but they did it because they wanted to be like everybody else. And what does that cost them to do it caused them to dominate. Each other caused them to break the connections between between God and themselves and each other and the land and so what does it mean. Then what is the good news of Jesus have come to understand about. This brown colonized colonized indigenous man is that he came as the God man. The King of the Kingdom of God to confront the empires of this world that are hell bent on actually waging war with God on waging war. Because what they've done is they have desecrated the image of God on Earth and anybody who knows anything about ancient cultures. Then you know that. The image of the king is supposed to be a marker of how of the flourishing of that gained him and so were you have desecrated images. It's an indicator there's war going on that land. So we have desecrated traded images on our southern border we have designated images in our jails with fact that we have so many jails is an indicator that we we are at war with God Well I guess you're just GonNa preach today on a podcast and I am here here for it. Let me ask you this as a lot of your work at freedom road is about shrinking. The narrative gap Can you explain what that means and what it might look for us specifically in two thousand twenty. That's good so shrinking. The narrative gap the APP basically means that there is a gap between the narratives. The stories that we tell ourselves about ourselves and how we got here and the truth. Yes yes I actually what happened. And there's also gaps in in different people groups stories in fact in America. There's probably two major competing stories about who who we are as a nation and how we got here and we saw those two stories. This is when this became really clear to me was in the aftermath of the two thousand sixteen election you. You saw those two stories competing in that election. One story says there was a time when we were great and it was a time when white men ruled. And we have to get back to that time. And I know that they didn't they didn't expressly explicitly say it was a time when white men ruled but through all of the rhetoric. That's actually implicit. When I went I actually went to the Republican convention host? Nobody yes I did. I was out there actually with the nuns on the bus. I remember you telling sorry that was out there and we did these surveys. And one of the things we asked them was okay so if there was a time you want to go back to what win was a great and By and large what they said was before the new deal. Oh interesting he for the new deal is what they want to get back to. What was true then before the new deal will? We didn't really have taxes before the new deal. We didn't have a sense in America of a common good. We didn't have actually even a national sense of of responsibility for for the police. We just it was like you know y y you know everybody's for themselves. That's what they want to go back to that that was that was the time when white men ruled also because the laws themselves were set up to benefit white men that's before Brown versus the board of Education which are wired equal treatment under the law. So so what you have is. You actually have One narrative that says it's those days when we regret and we're trying to get back to that and then you have another competing narrative that actually looks back in. It's usually this one is has the people of Color and women at the center her And it says actually. There's never been a time. We've been all that great. We have great ideals we have great vision but even that has been contested tested and and we are an ever ever Progressing nation that is growing more and more into its own own stated ideals and so that was that that's what that's why the word progressive is progressive. It means to progress toward our own when I deals. That's actually what it stating and so that ideal of every person being created with an endowed with the right to Pursue Happiness and liberty and and all that stuff right like. That's that that we know. I know him idea Dana and it might not always the case and actually to this day is not fully the case. But it's more the case than it was before so that narrative gap is the gap at at least in today's moment the gap between those two narratives. Yes narrative gap. So what is your strategy. Of course you're one you're one voice but in your world this is. This is the influence that you are stewarding. And this is the leadership you're offering What what's your strategy to close that gap? There is nothing more powerful in this world then. Narrative errative shapes worldview the stories stories that we tell ourselves about ourselves shapes our world view and I think we have to tell more accurate stories and and we have to. We have to send her at this point in our history given the fact that these voices have been marginalized for so long we now have to push to the center. Those whose stories have been silenced highlands and those whose stories have been pushed on the margins and not seen as important. Those are the stories that are actually most ingrate right now. They are their are most important. Because it's those stories that will help us to see the things we haven't ever seen. It's those stories that will help us to understand to a deeper degree. How we got where we are and how we got here and that's actually my next book which is coming up? Hopefully we're praying that it comes out and early two thousand thousand twenty one and it. My my prayer is that it's the answer to what next after this election. Now how do we fix it. I title can't wait picking the threat of something that you just said about centering. The stories that the greater culture finds the least important. But rather those those. Listen to something that I would love to hear. You speak into a little bit especially as we turn into this year and I'm thinking so much about Iran I'm thinking so much about Iraq thinking about the Middle East. These people that live there are very much a useful tool in the hands of reelection when they are seen in a certain in way and they are cast in a certain light and there's very broad dehumanisation and thus they become a real resource source for fueling fear and paranoia and disinformation and then ultimately of course as you know that it has a real devastating trickle down effect on all immigrants on all refugees the state of Texas just said we will refuse refugees. That just came out out last week. We're Houston where only state it's horrible. It's horrible and so yeah. In the Middle East is a is a springboard for a lot of that ideology and so as we watch escalation over there right now and don't know what's going to happen. I mean as of this recording. It's it's murky. I would love to hear you talk about how we as Americans can rightly. Think of our brothers and sisters in Iran in Iraq Iraq in the Middle East in these places of conflict and chaos. And what is it what. What is the call? Christ asked us to do here. The call of Christ calls us to focus and center the stories of the people of Iran and Iraq. We have have to hear them tell their story and when we do when we listen what we will understand is that their story does does not begin with us. Their story actually began thousands and thousands of years ago and it's actually their story is where our biblical local story begins because our biblical story begins in Iraq. That's actually begins in that land and also in the in the in northern Africa. So so it's it's I mean literally Babylon as it as it has been called as well Babylon from genesis that was. I think that was like Baghdad. Doc Dad like it was literally in that area. Now that's an it was an empire was one of the first empires on earth was right there and and we see that in the biblical text..

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"love lisa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"And this is the result that we got. So I don't know. I just know they flip flopped on whether he was pregnant or not kinda sorta, and seems like they flip flop on Danny's infertility or not just flip flopped on it. But it just didn't matter in the end. Yeah, so, but I mean, man, some of this stuff that you feel so ham, fisted and clumsy that maybe they justified that introduction, just so Tyrian could say some things about democratic institutions so wouldn't come out of left field. So, like, when, you know when Sam outright suggests that people laugh, but then the Lord's are open to. Okay. Well, let's just reasonable as adults it here and talk and I don't know. But. There's so many things strange. When I was watching that, like, it's feel so self conscious a conscious that like. Here are all the lords and ladies of west roasts. We don't know half of them because they've killed the other houses and didn't bother to replace them with anything compelling. So fully half people sit around this table could've been the great John Berg could have been. Julia Julian doctor Julian Bashir from Dohrn. Why can't I ever been guys Doran Martell could have been him sitting there in, like just those recognizable faces being serious, and sober would have made it more powerful? But then you've got people like Dabo saline we'll fuck. I don't even know if they have a vote, but fuck it vote and brands like Yep. Vote being pods like oh shit. Maybe I can like what kind of what kind of fucking political processes? This was it was led by a condemned prisoner. Like when I watched this for the third time, I think it was, I was struck by how bizarre and self conscious because they're calling attention to how ridiculous the scene was. But yet, they're also trying to play it straight as, if Tyrian just mind fuck these dudes and five minutes in the voting against their, their realms best interests. So, yeah, in for infertility, small potatoes. Ian s while listening to your last episode. You wish there was some explanation, the dragons intelligence or psychic connection to the writers or guarantee in general interestingly, there seems to be some dialogue doing this, very thing in a hilarious outtake that I've linked below kit. Harrington is halfway through at take discussing how the dragon seen since where he wanted to go while writing, followed by Amelia's starting another line with well not quite before kit. Slips and eats. It lots of interesting things be inferred from this abandoned half explanation. So I'll put this in the show notes, but there is a, there's a behind the scenes footage of, like, John, and Danny walking after they both did their dragging ride, and just like Ian said, John snow was saying something about trying to figure out how there is an intuitive connection and then Dany was trying to explain it like, well, you're not quite, but presumably, she would go on explain it, and then kit, tripped and fell and they ended the take, and it was just a funny thing. But yet. Yes, there is at some point in the script, and they actually shot it some explanation of this shit, why the fuck this was cut why the fuck this was cut when we episodes running in it on our, our thirteen an hour like whoa. Win the climax of the series is the fucking dragon just making a political commentary of right on the real reason is mommy died. Like it's this shit the frustrates to piss outta me. Yeah. With if they only have the one take where we're worked who's, who's fucking film is Ed Wood like oh, re-live John would've fucking slipped and trip there and then editors like, well, I can't use it. So fuck it. I don't I have. No, I have no answer for, for Ian. But if you guys want to see for yourself Abuna show notes. Lisa E. I know it seems like the double DS don't give a damn about trying tying into prophecies, but I've been thinking about it, and reefa Milius my ref- ameliorating myself with Danny's, the dragon has three heads prophecy, and here is my attempt. So this is the we've talked about this a lot to season, the trip this, the triplet of triplets where there's three fires. You met UMass light one for life and one for death. And one. The love Lisa says that the life is probably the funeral pyre for drug on which gave birth to dragons, the fire. She lights for death is her massacre.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Food Psych

"So glad to be talking with you, again, they Christine thanks so much for having me back. It is my absolute pleasure to be here with you. Yes. Such a pleasure to talk with you always. And we last spoke for the podcast in episode eighty which I think if anyone hasn't heard they should definitely go checkout. It's about why there's no such thing as food addiction or what the science actually says about food addiction and very nuanced. Interesting conversation. So we had a great talk there. And I want to have another one of those today and get into digestive health and the nuances of that. But before we do tell us just catch us up a little bit on what you've been up to. To in your life since I think it was a couple years ago that we recorded that. So what if the last two years brought for you actually it wasn't a couple of years ago, which seems a little bit hard to believe in. How was such a fun conversation? I feel like you have invited me on to talk about to light my favorite topics topics that I get really excited about so a couple years ago. Like, you said it was good addiction. And I actually spent the past couple of years talking a fair bit about it more. It's definitely one of those topics that is really really resonant for folks. I think it also is kind of a big in the headlines kind of like attention grabbing kind of a topic. And I feel like what we're gonna be talking about today is also a little bit a little bit similar to that. But in terms of what I've been up to my gosh, been working a lot. But trying not to have my whole life be wrapped up in work. But doing some really fun stuff. I've been really excited about a project that I've been working on with and calling that we both know in love Lisa Pearl men doing work. I know that she was a guest. As well and your podcast. And so we are having a really good time developing the dietetic, internship at Simmons college. This specializes in eating disorders, and teaching graduate level courses and introducing students in interns, these concepts.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Students book themselves on more than thirty seven hundred and twenty four television appearances abc nbc cbs and fox dedham aware of so far and it's really that discipline of doing the work and saying okay i want to create a formula what does it take and examining the self examination involved in creating that formula or writing that book even makes you better at what you do and so it is very worthy endeavor that's why i write i read about a book every twelve to fourteen months because it makes me do the work of organizing it which off always pays me back because now i can think about it because of the work in writing formulas writing books and sometimes even speaking does that you want to get into some specific things from your book speaking game that that just came out but before that you talk about practical tips and i'm a big fan of something called weasel words denim podcast about those awhile back but if things that if you save these like they're always lies and they always make you weak but you have a different five things you should never say if you wanna make money what are those five things the first thing you should ever say an interestingly enough this came out of a segment that i did for lisa salvage lisa she's a great fan yeah love lisa love love love lisa and she came to my celebrity launch pad and i called her up and i said lisa i've been looking at your website and i think i've got a great segment for you it's called five things single moms should never say if they wanna make more money and she goes i would never say that i'm not interested in pursuing the single market i never put myself out there as a single mom i would never ever say anything like that and i'm like oh man i just blew it with my first big celebrity client and then i'm like thank you for like three seconds and i go okay how about three things moms should never say if they wanna make more money and she goes yeah i like that yeah i could do that that sounds great and i'm like okay what's the first thing mom should never say they wanna make more money the first thing you should never say if you wanna make more money is let me think about it don't think about stuff you know what you want and what you don't want and when you say that you wanna think about something that's doing is opening up a loop that needs to be closed later on and really what's the loop going to be closed to it's going to be closed to know because you already know you wouldn't say no or else you would've said yes already so don't say you wanna think about it just either say yes or no and move on with your life be decisive the second thing you should never say if you wanna make more money is you should think about it when you're a salesperson or when you're trying to get anyone to do anything don't get them to think about it get them to make decisions that's your job and either they should say yes or no but don't open up this loop again where you have to come back and close the loop in order to get the decision is just wasting everybody's time then the third thing you should never think about the third thing you should never save wanna make more money is i would coulda shoulda in life you're gonna win you're gonna lose or you're going to draw sometimes you get all three at the same time but don't beat yourself up about things that happen to you just learn from the experiences and try to move on now those were lisa's original three things that moms should never think of us should never say if they wanna make more money she did a few she did she came slutty launchpad she was invited to do seven shows interestingly enough one of the invitations came from a tv show in san francisco that had booked her to go on tv on june sixteenth or seventeenth with three things mom should never say if.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Fell in love with you even more you're awesome thank you for being you thank you so much on sharing you with us was really enlightening thank you that was so much fun are here's some takeaways number one be yourself in your work that makes you different from everyone else number to let people label you if you know who you are you can prove yourself through your work number three tell people what to say about you give them the label you want it gives you the opportunity to be that number four the only thing it helps the fear is to do it if you can't do it alone find a support system number five ten minutes a day is more than not doing it at all number six be persistent but don't ignore the signs if it's not working or you have no passion for it number seven in the low moments remember that everyone feels this way sometimes number eight refocused look for a way out instead of a way deeper number nine talk to people it just might get you and i were line and number ten when this episode has done take out a piece of paper and a pen and right down five things you can do now to make it happen thank you guys for listening to our show if you really enjoy it if you find an inspiring share this episode with someone who thing needs to hear it share the show it really helps us tremendously everyone of you share this show with one person we will double our audience tonight which would make a huge difference for us and the more you support us the more it helps us keep making the show another way for you guys to support us which would be amazing is to go to iteens and leave us a items your view and you probably don't know but there's a whole algorithm to it in the more reviews we get the more the show gets exposure so leave scientists review tell your friends about the show it means the world to us and support our sponsors since this week is valentine's day i thought i would close the show as i always do with the.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"All tall older man and we just randomly started talking to them it turned out he used to be a teacher but his profession now was making wear displays for companies so i said well i i really want to have an ira line in i i did this ad and i showed in the atta have never met computer with this large company i had explained to him a musician and i've had some songs on the radio which is embarrassing whatever but that's okay i was like my own grandma i call yourself they in your own grandma tell people about yourself anna who you know little explanation any said why should connect you to this company in san diego i they're they're trying to grow and i think they might be ready to do a like a namebrand kinda thing like this and he connected mian we went into business with his companies any ago move quickly so you never know who are gonna talk to her meat and i've met so many interesting people on airplanes that have ended up doing business with or financial information that helped grow it ever i was trying to do at the time i think you're just a really nice person like you really generous you care about human being i really do hear about human beings at ethic my mommy that she said we nice while you are and you this was like just so generous and fantastic and in in summing up where do you want to send people to there's so many fun things that they could go listen he'll read and enjoy of yours like where should people go find you people can find me at my website lisa loeb l e v dot com enter that you could see this camp lisa foundation were you can donate money to send kits a summer camp or you could buy mike kemp lisa record and money goes choose send kids to summer camp or you could buy the wakeup coffee blend from coffee fool dot com and all that money goes to saint kitts summer camp i'm on facebook and twitter and.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"But he also could apply to their own experience and say okay well here's a couple things that she's sort of like highlighting and saying i think this and this includes difference and the biggest thing would be knowing my knowing my kraft learning doing what i do during what i say i do i from me that meant nuts good being a songwriter knowing what it is to be a songwriter writing songs by myself with other people listening to other people songs disraeli day in touch with what that is in a singer energystar player i try to do my best taken lessons and i work with voice teachers and i take care of my voice and i do all these things like i take my actual thing that it is that i do seriously you have to that's the priority they really really persistent and not quitting yes just not quitting just doing it still doing it which you know as a sidebar again refocusing on what the thing is you're doing so that you feel that it has some value to it an understanding that there's a reason you're doing it whether it's because you want to and you enjoy it i was just thinking to myself when i was driving home to do this interview with you i was thinking i really would like to do more art and part of my brain was the monkey mind part was saying but you're not an artist you're not a professional artist you shouldn't be doing art you're not an artist on a thought wow that's crazy you know like you can sit down and draw but so anyway so really do the thing that you wanna do you know whether it's a sport or an activity or an idea or a business or whatever it is you you really have to dig in and know what that is it might mean talking to other people who do it or the business of that thing and just trying really hard and not stopping and in that trying really hard another sidebar as ask for help find collaborators and be really persistent and and just keep doing it although being persistent also keep an eye out don't ignore signs of whether the thing really isn't working and you also have no passion about it if you're a musician in your joy everything you can't play concerts and get an audience.

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"I don't like sitting in this makeup chair what did i waste my college career you know i want to an end through the book i realized i want to do something where get to help children and it also one of study psychology back in grad school i decided i wanted to steady the brain i didn't want us i didn't want to help like fancy people with a stupid problems steadied the brain but as i got older i realised people stories are so interesting and and the small and and people should be depressed in life they should be able to look at their life in different ways with different facets an and refocus it and i also am i i don't remember exactly the time line but i also at one point after being into long relationships started reconnecting with my judaeism so i found this i ended up going to this rabbis classes rabbi mordechai finley and through his work he really helps you connect outta look at situation in a different way these moments these small moments that can change the way you behave in life the way other people behave in life you know the way people relate to each other that became really important to me but then i realized i i get to do that with my job i get to sit next to people on airplanes and knock them they tell me their stories i tell the mice jeurys you know i tell stories on stage about myself i meet people after the shows you know i i i get to talk to people songwriting with other people will tell each other stories when we collaborate so there's so much interaction that know i'm not getting paid as a psychologist and neither are they but that essence in that that actual activity happens in my life already i get that i i got to start a foundation to send kids to summer camp and that's because i took a step back and said wait a minute what's important to me you know what am what do i wanna do an an and also having that taking a step back be part of a regular career you know talking to other songwriters i realized there were a lot of things i was already doing in my life and that i could have my values in my in my job not that it wasn't having my values but.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"I work at it and i love them to listen to the lyrics that'd be nice but sometimes you have to tell them what to say young even though is embarrassing is that is so so the thing that's pretty fascinating you know sometimes people can say like you know from the sidelines they can snickering be like oldest person got lucky you know like that was just luck rate but somebody is successful multiple times rate like over and over and over again like there's a string of successes like well i don't know if you can say that that's luck anymore like they're clearly is something about this person about their strategy about the way they show up in the world about how much they know themselves and they've been able to figure out what they have to offer and how to express themselves and so you've reinvented yourself in so many different ways and you've spanned the decades like there are so many stories that begin the way yours just didn't and they end right there and that's not the way this story is written in fact you just like days ago one a grammy like as ago like it's still it's still hot off of it it's amazing it's such a huge accomplishment congratulations malta an amazing feat i must have felt like such as surreal like yet you've always felt like that was within reach this episode is brought to you by blue apron a better way to cook blue apron is amazing there's so much stuff there i recently tried for cillian broccoli casserole soya glaze korean rice cakes with broccoli in softboiled eggs anything that you want whether you're vegetarian whether you eat meat whether you're pescatori and so much great staff my kids love it it comes the door packed andre ice everything is pre proportions so there's there's no way so you guys are gonna find this such a great way to make something fresh but it takes all the guesswork out you don't have to go to the grocery store you don't have to plan it's all their blue apron is the leading meal kit delivery service in the us and while many people know what to do many don't know about the types of meals you eat when you cook with labor and like strip six with potatoes and spicy maple collard greens a steakhouse inspired favorite with a delicious whis chilean fuse maple syrup with incredible angry.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Creativity working in your positive outlook or your ability to look at your career and look at what you're doing in different ways in different fast you know there is there is a lot of people telling you know it's important to look at it in a way that that helps you in empowers you rather than depresses ceo of absolutely of course will look let's let's take it from there for a second let's stop because that was such a huge moment like year career exploded i mean i i was growing up owes a kid and i was watching it sort of you know like everybody else and you were everywhere you were like this it girl and everyone fell in love with you some instantly because you're so lovable like your beautiful first of all and the song was so like everybody song like everybody would listen and be like oh my god this is how i feel like it was written in such a way that i feel like everybody could really to it and the move view is so incredible so is like this perfect storm of like the best movie of its time that really captured the time the best actors this amazing song and then you being as sparkley as a you've just our and your glasses and like everything what was that lake like that i mean that catapulted you into like major stardom like pretty fast i would imagine did once that it was it was kind of like that movie sequence raissi liked that all the magazine spinning and you're like titties on the cover you know some fake character whatever harare you know it's interesting i was i was really lucky that the song that they chose was a song that really represent at the kind of music i like to write it had no chorus and it was a rock band behind me but mostly coup stick and the thing about it there was a hit on the different was i didn't usually right things that were so close to my real life i like to be a little bit more secretive with my lyrics i liked bans like the cure and david bowie and the police where you to know exactly what they were saying and with this song it had.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Sort of war popular songs in the concert stars playing around town what and that was the song reality bites that i just recorded i had had it at a demo deal from record company enos recording couple different versions and down we gave him my favorite version which was when i made with my friend want patino in that song when it's the movie reality bites and equipped my tip job than you know i thought it was leading to something in in retrospect it's surprising that it actually did lead to something but at the time it felt natural that of course and giving it a song in a soundtracks of friends dna tests song along in right you know i believe did an end and i took advantage of the opportunities you know and and a radio station in houston started playing the song soundtrack an end without a record deal i wasn't signed a record yale yet even though at that time that was the goal because when you had record yell at mit you had a job in you're actually doing it but i was working with rca records who had put the record out in their promotion company and the song went to number one and that's when i signed the record deal when we saw went to number one and i said with label but it was like this the slow bill that was always happening ever since i was second high school i felt like i am i think to the public it look like an overnight type of thing and i'm sure there were a million times people told me no i remember meeting steve miller the musician on universe anna my friend want who was working with had had worked as a photographer assistant to somebody who shot miller lot anam we we ran at him in a lobby what someplace and he's like oh you're musician what do you do in be explaining it i think it's a.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"An and i like all the gears i like the the gears of just working on music or creative staff i like just the gears of working on marketing in business and i also like the place or the vin diagram or they can crossover and can influence each other hopefully a positive way so when you are new york at this time reworking at a date job however you funding your music drew i was i worked at room service at a hotel i worked at a place called hold everything which say pottery barn and then my dad helped convince me said you know what we should think about a backup and i said well i don't really want to think about a backup better than i started thinking about it and i thought you know what that is a good idea because i do want to be engaged in what i'm doing as i grow up you know so i thought i'd really left ago study psychology and the brain and all do music on the side and i did that for about a year at mit eu anti study psychology but i just was so busy with music even uh that was what i was studying i i i decided to stop going to school and just to do it do music and i started doing a lot of temp work and that was actually great ecotype pretty well so my typeb skills got me some pretty decent paying executive assistant jobs or sometimes just jobs that would last a long time and i would go in my little in taylor suit in i would users xerox machine to make my flyers make phone calls in be awake at hours that i would never be awake so early and that's what i was doing working at ernst and young an attempt job when i got a call that ethan hawke who i knew pass my music along two end than stellar who is directing in reality bites yen originally i was trying to write a song for lethem on me write a song because his band he had abandoned the movie in the band played a.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Children's books and ships to ports nonprofit causes the la base mother of two is wellknown to parents and kids for her albums catch the moon an amazon a music exclusives nursery rhyme parade and her 2018 grammywinning best children's album feel what you feel she's also published to picture books cds for sterling children's books in addition to all of that lisa has aom philanthropy where she raises funds for kids to go to camp who normally wouldn't have the resources to go to summer camp she also has done tons of film and tv appearances she's currently touring releasing new i wear who still writing music and she's just a lovely person i'm so glad she's here without further ado the amazing lisa loeb highly so thanks for being here thank you so much for having me i'm i'm so excited to talk to you in discovery things together today yes like hovena weakening so i think that most people know exactly who you are and what you look like an which sound like but just to recap why don't you just tell us a little bit about your story and how you got to be the grammy award winning special saw that you are just feels a little bit about your story well i grew up in dallas texas mostly went to an allgirls school it was in a very conservative time am i was in texas and growing up in high school in that kind of mali ring while pretty mp inc era and so is very conservative place so the reason i mentioned that is because i grew up in a place where it was unusual to be an artist luckily i had might may one of my best friends her mother was literally a visual artists and a teacher so it was sort of them i periphery but it was unusual fla goes a little bit on the outside growing up so for me to want to play qatar which i started doing when i was a teenager i took panel lessons like everybody allowed if people do 'em regarding whenever very young child i started writing music 106 six or seven years old but really started putting words to it when i was more of a teenager and in a way it suited me okay because as a pretty shy person until around fifteen years old when i decide.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

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"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"And the thing is even if i was the most delicious perfect ripe peach you've ever seen not everybody likes peaches right it's like not everyone's going to like me no matter how hard i try and it so freeing just make sure your side of the road is clear be the kind of person you can be and stop tolerating anything less than you know you deserve and maybe this week you will start to do more and you'll make things among us and you will raise that standard and you'll decide once and for all what you know you're deserving of and you know you don't have to apologize for it or explain it you can just have it i really feel like everybody is deserving of having a life that's full of pleasure and that's fulfilling and i'll think one person is more worthy of having a beautiful amazing life than somebody else i think we all sort of have that is a birthright but not all of us ever have it because some of us decide that were not worthy of it or or will just take this one little piece of this one little crime and and far be it from us to ask for more you deserve at all i hope that you know that you do raise your standards stop tolerating less than you deserve and you're going to get so much more back thanks a daily harvests for supporting our show we've all seen a mouthwatering healthy smoothie on instagram dress and thought that's the kind of thing i should be eating but who is the time to make that every day wouldn't it be great if you get those pictureperfect nutrients without having a hit the farmer's market and chop of a million fruits and veggies now you can get all your superfoods super fast with daily harvests i think this is awesome it comes the door it's packed on dry ice each one of these self contained like little cops you can just make so quick you just you can add water or coconut milk or whatever it is that you want super fun daly harvests send superfood eat straight to your door with your choice of smoothies activated breakfast bulls earned nice cream vegan sunday's their protest as organic an unrefined and looks as amazing as it tastes you can actually see all the whole ingredients when you.

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"love lisa" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"love lisa" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"In which this think progress piece that unpacked that study says quote anyone paying attention to the television seen can probably rattle off a fleet of highprofile female writers directors and show numbers and i would add in characters seem more female characters no doubt however laws in the author of the study found that seventy nine percent of programmes in study featured casts with more male and female characters the women only comprised thirty nine percent of all speaking characters and most damning louis the percentage of female characters featured on a broadcast network programme has not increased over the last decade so we have a long way to go yawovi of not as far as feels like we have when you actually look at the numbers right so let's talk a little bit about yv love lisa simpson um i think this babe article puts it perfectly and i love how they describe her leases a smart talking musically talented witty anticapitalist philanthropic moral feminists an ecological apostol which we have always had and will always need and i love that right growing up lisa was this figure who was allowed to be political an activist e n but still was this like sweet precocious little girl and she was sort of subtle the way the writers wrote her end right they they didn't pigeonhole her as an activist but she her activism sort of came out in every day exchanges in a way that it truly does in real life yeah you know what i mean it's just like having a awoke kid yeah you don't don't really at least people that i know don't really walk around you know an proclaiming their that they're involved in sensitive areas crusade it just comes out when you talk to them and i think over the years that we've got it's no lisa it just sort of whether it's her you know vegetarianism iranians zero when friends with salad emily.

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