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Fresh update on "marie" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The co Moh Evening news. And now here is a BCS Sherry Preston beginning next week, ABC News is airing a first of its kind prime time Syriza, focusing on issues critical to black Americans. It is called soul of the Nation. There every Tuesday night and explore different themes over six weeks. This is the first broadcast network news magazine putting black culture from Black Perspectives. Front and center. Marie Nelson is the senior vice president for integrated content strategy here at ABC News, and she is the creator of the Syriza's. I talked to her about soul of a nation this week. Okay, soul of a nation. Let's talk about this, because this is really a big deal, and it's something that came about. Will you tell me how it came about and a little bit more about you know what it is and and its origins. Most recently it was in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd and all of the incredible protests that we saw our Iraq around the country and leading to what we're now referring to is this Racial reckoning and thinking about how it is that we can do something that moves the dial. Especially when it comes to just promoting understanding. How did you come up with the stories? What are some of them and you know how will it work? We wanted this to be a program that felt as hold and complete. Has any lived experience really is something that takes you inside pain that's been expressed, and in ways that we've seen play out across American cities, But we also wanted there to be a sense of joy, a sense of levity. And I think that that the greatest takeaway if there is one does that While the black lived experiences a distinct experience. There's so much human commonality that we just I think need to do a better job of tapping into one of your host Jemele, Hill said about this. There has never been a better time to tell black stories, then right now, and she's someone who is telling these lived stories. And is that kind of what you were looking for, obviously in a host but also in the program itself. We absolutely wanted folks who were at the forefront of being the storytellers in this space, whether that's from the vantage point of being journalists and you know Jemele Hill and our incredible, talented core of black ABC News on airs or if their cultural icons This is about stepping into a light that has always been there. Give us a rundown again of wet starts and what dates on than time of the week and everything. Soul of a nation premieres Tuesday, March 2nd. We're gonna be on Tuesdays at 10 on your stations. And.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Hangs Anti-Transgender Sign in Response to Rep. Marie Newman's Pride Flag
"Has adopted a New Equality Act of the measure Events, the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964. Which banned discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion and national origin. It now includes protections on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The bill now moves on to the Senate for a vote. As Congress debated the Equality Act of the disagreement spilled into the house hallways. Illinois Democrat Marine Newman, who has a transgender daughter posted a transgender pride flag just outside of her office to show her support for the bill. It's across the hall from the office of Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene, who argued against the bill. After Newman put up the flag, Taylor Greene put up a sign reading. There are two genders, male and female trust the science. LGBT Q. Plus, advocates say it's a reminder of why the Equality Act is needed. Here is Myles Brady Davis with equality. Illinois Americans depends on all of us. Not just that one group. All of us like we all make up this great American story we need to keep on pushing forward and not fall. For these stunts.
Fresh update on "marie" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"So she she posted transgender flag right outside her own office, right? So Marjorie Taylor Greene goes outside her office, and she posted sign that says that there are two genders. Male and female trust the science. Okay, So the clap back is where people are gonna getting angry. Of course, because you see when you impose on somebody else, a biological falsehood. This is not considered an imposition. This is considered expressive individual is, um, If you say biology exists, this is considered an imposition. Marjorie Taylor Greene did not start that particular exchange on social media. Those congresswoman Marie Newman, who did but the villain today, of course in the media is Marjorie Taylor Greene there plenty of reasons why people don't like Marjorie Taylor Green. This is not one of them. This is not one of them. In a second order, get the most absurd exchange over all of this. The villain of the day Now is Rand Paul. OK, I'll explain why this is just not only Not only screwed up to make grandpa the villain in this particular situation, but our society has a deep and serious illness if it believes that Rand Paul is the bad guy in this particular situation, get to this in just one second. First. Are you looking for your next investment? Ben Shapiro here there are eight reasons to look at and are a real estate development fund. Monthly cash flow payouts up to 10% annual eyes with bonuses to 21% targets a strategically choose low risk, high demand neighborhoods that people are moving to.
Illinois Rep. Marie Newman dispute with Rep, Marjorie Taylor
"While congress was debating lgbtq protections in equality act illinois congresswoman. Maria newman democrat planted a transgender flag in front of her office to show support for the bill and her daughter. Newman's office is across the hall from the controversial republican. Marjorie taylor green. Who was recently stripped of her committee assignments for her support of conspiracy theories in response green posted a video of herself posting a sign across from newman's office that reads quote there are two genders male and female. Trust the science. The feud continued on social media were green directly targeted and mis gendered. Newman's daughter saying in part quote. Your biological son does not belong in. My daughter's bathrooms locker rooms in sports teams. That post has been widely criticised including by republican. Republican congressman. Adam kensinger said in part quote representative. Newman's daughter is transgender. And this video in tweet represent the hate and fame driven politics of self promotion at all. Evil costs this garbage must end. Meanwhile facebook has apologized to newman for taking down her video of planting the transgender flag. After it mislabelled it hate speech by the way the equality act which prohibits discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation. Pass the house this afternoon. By two hundred and twenty four to two hundred and six vote
Fresh update on "marie" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Americans like my own daughter. Two years ago, bravely came out to her parents is transgender. I knew from that day on, my daughter would be living in a nation where most of its states she could be discriminated against merely because of who she is. And yet it was still the happiest day of my life. Okay, So in any case, this is what she said. And you have to have sympathy for her and sympathy for her son. Then you shouldn't mistreat people based on the fact that they suffer from gender dysphoria. Of course, all of that is perfectly clear. And by the way, there would be a tailored way to do some of these things, but they're not interested in doing this in the Taylor way. Obviously. Okay, So Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted out, And this happens to be correct as much broken clocks could be right people. I don't like to be right. Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted out as mothers. We all love and support our Children. Your biological son does not belong in my daughter's bathrooms, locker rooms and sports teams. All right. That seems like a perfectly fine tweet. Frankly, I don't disagree with any element of that. Right like that, is it That is a perfectly decent tweet. We are talking about public policy here when it comes to shaping wall. You have to have it in mind what the actual legal standard is going to pay. Well, this resulted in Congress woman, Marie Newman. Just posturing for the camera. So she decides that she is going to take a transgender flag and walk over to Marjorie Taylor Green's office, which is across the hall and plant the transgender flag outside Marjorie Taylor Green's office. Okay, right..
How do we help hydrate our skin?
"Hey everyone welcome to the science of beauty. a podcast from allure. I'm michelle lee. The editor in chief. And i'm jenny by executive beauty director. And on this podcast we're gonna be diving into the science behind beauty and the products that we are always talking about an testing at a lower. Today's episode is all about hydration. And because we're taking this deep dive into the world of k. Beauty hydration as possibly the most important topic. That's right michelle and in our previous episode on layering. You heard dermatologist. Marie jin talking about the importance of hydration and how layering can help lock in moisture. So how do we help. Hydrate our skin in the first place to answer that question and more with dr christine lee. A senior research and development manager with age see our partners in producing this episode. Christine can you introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background and pristine lee on the senior. Rnd manager overseeing unilever space. care business. In north america. I received my phd in two thousand in physical chemistry from the university of florida. And then i joined. Unilever and of worked on the hd brown for about two years so christine agency is based in seoul south korea. And i know you work really closely there with researchers. What can you tell us about. What's trending beauty right now. So in asia a lotta. The skincare formulations can karan's really focused on achieving bright hydrated glowing skin in korea specifically hydrating formulas are really key to rejuvenating the skin so it looks and feels smooth and soft but in addition in asia consumers just are so familiar and comfortable with multi step routines really elaborate application techniques. Like they talk a lot about double cleansing deep massaging. They'll even talk about like rubbing product in with your knuckles. They talk a lot about slapping and patting and tapping. so they're you know they're just really familiar and comfortable with application techniques that we don't talk about in the us as much. The other thing too is really interesting. About the asian consumer is the way the words they use to describe the look and feel of their skin that they're looking for so they'll talk about or glassy or porcelain skin and that much of this is really foreign to the american woman but it just really shows kind of the level of involvement Asian women have in their skincare routine. It's like my perfect skin. Everything you're saying. I'm like yes. Yes yes more of that please. You mentioned hydration which is of course the topic of our episode today as basic as it seems. Can you just define hydration for us as it relates to skin. I mean short really. Hydration pretty much means increasing the skins water content really at the end of the day. Dry skin is more than just a lack of water. When your skin is dry or dehydrated it can start to appear flaky doll. It really starts to feel uncomfortable tight irradiated. It can start to feel like you're getting more sensitive. This really is indicating a much more fundamental breakdown in the Healthy biological processes that are intended to keep skin soft and supple and smooth skins normal renewal processes slow down in absence of sufficient hydration which then leads to further dryness than it starts to pull your skin into this downward spiral alright. I don't love where this is going. What happens in the downward spiral. Our skin's natural explanation processing slowed down which leads to an accumulation of skin cells on the surface and these kind of accumulated or aggregates of skin cells. Start to form flakes which are another indicator of dryness and drier skin surfaces also lead to increase surface texture roughness which traps light which causes the skin to lose translucence and appeared dull and lifeless whereas hydrogen scan on the other hand is smooth radiant feel softer more elastic. More comfortable touchable. So it's not religious the dry or white hydrated it's really kind of biologically related. Wait supposed to versus comfortable. Soft smith hydrogen.
Remembering Boston's Pioneering State Representative, Doris Bunte
"Boston has lost another pioneering legend. Doris bundy died yesterday of cancer at her home. She was eighty-seven bundy was the first black woman elected to the state house of representatives and the first black woman to run the boston housing authority. She was also a mentor. And a friend to many including marie saint floor herself. A former massachusetts state representative now a principal at saint floor communications. Murray thanks for joining us. Welcome to radio boston. Good to be with you to you. Marie you lost a friend and mentor. I'm sorry for your loss. How are you. i'm i'm i'm fine. I think that all of us who are women who were legislators lost the an amazing mentor in an amazing leader today and You know we know comes but when it comes you really feel it and you have regrets that you've stayed as connected as you'd like to have stayed connected in so yeah it's it's a sad day but i'm happy to be able to celebrate her life and i thank her family for sharing her with us all these years. When did you first meet her. And can you tell us a little bit about door. Spongy so i have to tell you. I was eleven years old when i first saw a bar. Doris bundy on television. Now i'll explain. And i think she had just eventually just become state right back in the old days. You only had one. Tv in the house and so you are watching whatever your parents were watching at that time and you here was this woman who was going in to become a state representative in this in in massachusetts as she grew up right in audit. You know she. She had been living in orchard park. I went to saint patrick's so was right down the street. Rama where i went to school every day. There was a sub shop at dudley. That used to walk so you knew you knew the area. So he was this woman who was essentially you know in in places that you identified walked. Who is now going to be in the in the halls of power mistake and she was this tall she was poised in. That was my first introduction. On then i became a state rep and i became a state rep and what i love about her. I did not respond the as an adult. And she reached out on my. I remember when i was running. Decided to run for office. There were a number of people. I spoke with and she offered her wisdom. I remembered when life got rough in the legislature. And i needed questions in that was seeking direction. She's a person that you pick up the phone and you could talk to. And she would share her wisdom. That that's how i remember her. And then she modeled a lot of the things that i think some of us tried to do. I'm once we were in office. What kind of modeling murray. So for me. Dr is modeled. What it meant onto work across the divides weather. It's across racial lines She she she modeled. That i mean you saw that in her work in the legislature. You saw that in her work in the boston housing authority. She was willing to listen. I mean the leadership of the boston housing authority. While she was there was predominantly white. She was she had a clear vision about what she wanted to elevate the rights of people of color in that space but she again She would probably she would call them on formidable adversaries but she was up to the challenge and she was willing to sit listen and work through it one of the things. I never observed due to demonize. That's not was not her style. She was firm to knew what she wanted to go and she left the table always with the door open that i learned from her. I really did. I get this sense marie that she was really tough. Steely she came to boston. According to the globe in nineteen fifty-three three with ninety eight cents to her name at one point. She really locked horns with boston. Mayor kevin white when she was at the boston housing authority. He was a formidable opponent. And in the end through the courts. She won her dispute with him about her leadership at the boston housing authority. She helped integrate Boston public housing. Did you see her as a as a tough woman. And did she model that for other black women leaders coming up behind her as well to me she was. She was smart and she was donations. And what. I appreciate about her that she stood in her power so yeah kevin white could have had his point of view. She had hers two and she believes she was right and she acted on it. Issue was not boastful. She just acted in did what she believed So yeah i think she was a formidable opponent but she but she worked to build consensus so she was acting with the support of those on She was representing so. Unfortunately i you know. I you know a mayor while at the time did not respect that she was tough event. She'd smile. I mean. I remember for me. Remember a smile you know and particularly when she wanted to probe you on something further because she knew there was more there and you could see it so she. She's she's not she she. You might misjudge because you look at or height and you then you see that. She's a woman and it would be to your detriment if you misjudge the staleness of her character on our intellect in her tenacity
Texas mom tackles man 'caught looking in her teen daughter's window'
"If you haven't seen this video yet, you will and I proclaim this might be The tackle of the year, and it didn't happen at the Super Bowl. It happened in Lake Jackson, Texas. A Texas mom. Heard her daughter screaming. She called the police. There was a young man apparently. Peeping into her daughter's window, which is a frightening skerry skerry intrusion and against the law, by the way. And the police came and they're chasing the guy. The guy broke away from the police. So the mom did what All good moms do looking out for their child. And it's all caught on the dashboard Camera Marie of the police car, She comes off the grass and tackles this guy and it's a world class tackle. I mean, she took this guy down without worrying about how it was going to feel when she to landed in the street. Many But mighty momma there she was great. She was And you know what? Watching it. I thought, Oh, yeah, I would. So do that, too. You're just you're so I mean, well, The adrenaline's pumping. Yes, that's and somebody was doing something They shouldn't have. And it included your little girl and the police were there right away. I think a neighbor or someone else. Helped out too. I mean, right away, right? Assumes she got him down. Other people came to Alabama Women's big lady. There's no She wasn't a big lady. She was small and and you're right. The police weren't far behind because they came running up so Then we realized when we read the rest of the story that it was, in fact, there Their dashcam, but they apparently were away from the car. At that point, they have the guy they started running, and he was 15 year old kid, so he was a pretty good runner. He couldn't get past Mama. No, no, So watch for that video today. You know,
This day in history - NAACP founded
"The day was february twelfth. Nineteen o nine in new york city. A group of black and white people met to talk about the status of black people in the united states. There were sixty people at the meeting including suffrage is philanthropist journalist clergymen educators and people from other traditions in attendance and some of them have been part of the abolitionist movement. Many of the people there had also been part of the niagara movement which was a civil rights group founded in nineteen o five sociologist activists w. e. d. boys and editor an activist william morris. Trotter the date of this meeting was notable because it was the hundredth anniversary of former us. President abraham lincoln's birth which many found meaningful because. Lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation. But anti black violence was still endemic in the united states. And the people who met in new york on this day. We're committed to fighting racism and discrimination in the us. starting what was sometimes called a new abolition movement. At the time. Jim crow laws enforced racial segregation in the south. Though discrimination on the basis of race was constant throughout the united states thousands of black people were being lynched by white mobs at public events that were made into spectacles and deadly race. Riots were taking place across the country. In the period after the reconstruction era interpersonal and institutionalized racism were plaguing american society but activists reformers in revolutionaries were using and fighting to combat rampant racism and violence in the country in august nineteen. Oh eight there was a violent race riots. In springfield illinois where mobs of white people destroyed the homes and businesses of black people in the community and killed in lynched others author and activist. Ns stransky and her husband. William english walling. A socialist journalist went to springfield to investigate the right and in september. A magazine called the independent published an article by walling titled the race war in the north in the article. He wrote that. People must revive the spirit of abolitionist. Entreat black people social and political equals or else the race war would continue to spread across the country and walling went on to write the following the day. These methods become general in the north. Every hope of political democracy will be dead other weaker. Racist in classes will be persecuted in the north. As in the south public education will undergo an eclipse and american civilization. We'll await either a rapid degeneration or another profounder and more revolutionary civil war which sell obliterate not only the remains of slavery but all other obstacles to a free democratic evolution that have grown up in. Its wake who realizes the seriousness of the situation. And what large and powerful body of citizens is ready to come to their aid. Marie white ovington a social worker and writer heated wallin's call and sent him a letter in support so in january nineteen o nine. She met with walling in social worker. Henry moskovitz at wallin's new york apartment to discuss proposing an organization that would fight for the civil and political rights of black people. So oswald garrison villar grandson of abolitionist. William lloyd garrison wrote the call which was a summons for civil rights activists to form an organization that would advocate for ending racial injustice in america and fight for african americans rights the call was endorsed by sixty people including w. e. b. voice journalist and activist ida b wells philosopher and reformer john. Dewey an activist jane addams and on february toldt nineteen o nine a group including mary turks. Tarot charles edward russell in florence kelly among others breath met for a national conference but they didn't hold their first large meeting until may when they organized as the national negro committee. There was some conflict at that first session as leaders tried to get the more conservative but washington to join in on the meetings also tensions rose between white and black members and the press beer the radical nature of the conference but by nineteen ten members of the committee had formed the national association for the advancement of colored people or in double. Acp the n. Double acp mission was quote to promote equality of rights and to eradicate cast a race prejudice among the citizens of the united states to advance the interests of color citizens to secure for them impartial suffrage and to increase their opportunities for securing justice in the courts education for the children employment according to their ability and complete equality before law the organization established is national office in new york city in named a board of directors and president moorefield story at this time w e b d boys was the only black executive in the organization but that same year two boys started the crisis a journal offered discussion on race relations politics and black life and present it black intellectual and artistic work in double. Acp members went on to challenge segregation laws. Stage boycotts start anti lynching campaign in lobby and advocate for new legislation the end ps methods aren't loved by people who use more direct action tactics but the organization did make gains in the movement for black civil rights and is still going today.
Dog Who Ran Away After Car Crash That Killed Woman’s Fiancé In New York City Reunited With Owner
"An emotional reunion for a woman and her dog. Six days after the dog ran away from a car crash that left her fiance dead in Brooklyn, CBS to Sally Bellman spoke to the owner. You have to do it and it was our duel. You know, we bought a house together. You know, we got our lives together and Marie's Asano and her fiance, Michael James, March Adopted Shadow two years ago this past Saturday, he was driving on the Belt Parkway with his dog. When Michael lost control of the wheel and was killed, the door would not leave the car. He just wanted to stay with him. And when they went to cut him out of the car, he has missed the window. The dog ran off. He got scared. Enter NYPD Highway Patrol Officer Kevin Long. I have three dogs and one of them's iconic Corso. And once I found out that the owner passed away, I felt really bad that the door was still missing and Said. All right, well, I'm gonna do what I can to help find this dog. He teamed up with several volunteers to search for shadow by walk. Don't know how many miles you out there day and night looking for the dog when the massive snowstorm hit earlier this week, and Marie was so worried she started to lose hope, but it was the snow that actually helps them track shadow down. Finally found some prints Friday. Officer Long brought his own dog to Marine Park to follow shadow's pop prints. As I'm following her, she stops in her tracks and just stare straight ahead. And then I look And I see him way. Found them. After six days, Searching Shadow and Anne Marie were reunited. I was so happy I couldn't believe it. I can't bring I feel insane. Back. At least a piece of him is who You know, he's and for the first time since her fiance died, and Marie smiled when something like this happens, you realize there's good people in the loneliest moment of her life. A group of strangers brought part of her family home. Her fiance, Michael James, March, adopted shadow two years ago.
The 19-year evolution of a retail florist with Kelly Marie Thompson of Chicago-based Fleur Inc.
"I open to flourish in two thousand and two. So that means we're just about to approach our nineteen th anniversary so we're really excited about that It won't be a normal celebration obviously but We're still really excited Yeah i opened. You know back then. I was twenty two years old fresh out of college and studied history. And i had worked in a grocery store So that's where. I really learned my background on floral. And you know. I learned just things like how to pronounce l. strom area or burnham you but i didn't have a huge training or background on. It came to design outside of my art history degree and painting degree. That's just be influencing you all the time just that discipline just cover different medium. Now i do exactly and it's It's really shaped my understanding for color and depth and texture. And i've i bring that with me every every single design Yes i opened up I had a small storefront. I really thought we were going to be a bucket flower shop on because you know boutique florist. Were really thing that long ago at least not in chicago. There were a few but it wasn't as popular of business as it has certainly grown into. No i and i do want to ask you. What do you mean by boutique because Would you know that's a term that means probably a lot different you know definition than what it is today so yeah. That's a great great question. So when i when. I came up with the idea of opening our retail boutique. I knew i wanted us all bucket flowers sort of just hand ties. Ready to go But i definitely wanted to include. Heavy selection of gifts lifestyle goods Even back you know eight nineteen years ago. I always knew that it wasn't just about flowers for me. It was always about bringing people together and gatherings and parties so as we've grown throughout the years our collections have grown and our offerings have grown. And when i'm when i'm purchasing for our retail. I always have in the back of my mind. Like how can this assist in a gathering. How can this assist in communicating and being a part of. You know the other person that i'm inviting into my life. You know Every day so it's it's really You know obviously weddings and special events or celebrations. That bring people together but are boutique is equally as important for that experience as well. So in your product mix you have a more lifestyle items that you think kind of support your flowers and vice versa. Exactly yeah lots of serving pieces for dinner parties A couple of years ago brought in fine jewelry so we now sell engagement rings which is really special part of the process. Wow oh my gosh. That's a that's an endeavor was a scary thing. It was a goal for a very long time of mine. But it's always been a dream to have somebody start their entire process of getting engaged in having flair as part of that story All the way through the last dance when we're able to help service their floral to for their wedding. Oh my goodness so. Are you in the same retail space when you first opened nineteen years ago or have you found expanded on. Come out front. Yeah we've moved twice actually Our first location the building had sold so we had to shift out. That was after. I believe three years and then we moved. We were in our second location for ten And then the landlord actually had just kind of decided they were going to move into a different direction. And honestly at that time. I really thought about closing. It was not my decision to move and there was not a lot of Opportunity in the neighborhood that we were in that i saw that was the right fit for us so i had to make a really big decision of kind of go bigger. Go home If we wanted to continue our retail and special events. And i'm really glad that i kept going with it i. It came very close to say goodbye and to the retail side thing. Oh yeah i was really just. I had a big heart to heart and I drove up to michigan for the night. I'm not too far from us in chicago and drink a little too much wine one night and wrote down all the pros and cons idea. I woke up the next morning. Just ready to go just ready to sign the new lease. I'm so we've actually. We started out with eighteen hundred square feet and we now are between both are retail and our studio. We are thirty three hundred square feet. They're kind of adjacent to each other. Exactly what is it in chicago. The logan square neighborhood on and we've always been in that neighborhood. I was really drawn. I lived in the time when we opened and i was always drawn to it because events cultural diversity and very strong artistic community that both of those still
Bill Murray an abusive sex addict, says estranged wife
"According to his Uh, there's a former wife or soon to be ex wife, Bill Murray. Is a drug addicted. Abuser and serial adulterer who has abandoned his family. Completely. That's according to Jennifer. Murray and her scathing divorce. Violence. Marie Jennifer Murray alleges that the Academy Award nominated actors of the authority addiction And alcohol, abusive behavior, physical abuse and sexual addictions and frequent abandonment lead her in 2000. Six to move into a separate South Carolina home with the couple's four Children. Murray contends that the comedian and actor physically abused her on several occasions during their marriage. They were wed in 1997 and that he had hit her in the face. During a confrontation in 2007. During that incident. The complaint alleges that the 57 year old performer told her You're lucky I don't kill you. They've been divorced
Historical Costuming with Dr. Christine Millar of Sewstine
"Climb christine. I go on the internet as so steam. And i am a lot of things really. I am historical costumer who focuses on digital embroidery and extremely detailed trim. But i'm also a physician by trade. So i do work in a hospitals as anesthesiologist through this pandemic and i also do a god. I also have a youtube channel. Where i talk about how to create these things and really. I also focused on instagram. And so i just wanna take a moment and again. Thank you for being here. Because i do not know how you do all these things. You're also a mother of an adorable. I think he's too now toddler so i just want to thank you for taking the time to be here especially with everything you have going on. Oh my god. I can't believe. I forgot to mention the family. Yes mother and game. So i just want to kind of learn a little bit more about you. Do you have an earliest memory of clothing. That might have stuck with you over the years. Did you first realize the transformative power of clothing. I love to ask people this question. Oh my okay. So i was born in korea and i came to the united states when i was three and a half so i have a lot of memories of sitting in korea watching american disney movies like the little mermaid as well as There's an anime cult candy candy. I don't know if you've ever heard of it. But it's basically a yellow haired american girl who wears fluffy roughly dresses all over the place. And i was so obsessed with pink ruffled gowns especially after areas pink dress in little mermaid that my aunt actually got me a nine petty bridesmaid dress for like a little four year old girl and i was so big on me and i remember wearing it for the first time and it was the most happy moment of my childhood and from there on i think i just became obsessed with drawing in trying to capture addresses and the older i got i the more i realized what i really wanted to do was not just draw these dresses but actually had to wear these dresses. Yeah and i'd love to hear a little bit more about that. Because i think everyone probably has their own unique origin story about how they came to historical costuming. How did it all start for you. I believe you kind of started in caused play to if i'm not incorrect. That's exactly it. I initially started in. 'cause play. I noticed i was doing a lot of costuming for some of my favorite power. Females like the tana princess leia. you know Firefly characters and that's where i started end but the real one that i really want to make was katrina from sleepy hollow particularly that black and white striped dress that she works for about fifteen seconds in the end. I initially made it in college end to turn out right but you know i loved it enough that it. I just realized that my favorite movie costumes were all historically based and once. I realized that it was really easy to just kind of focus on that i kind of went. The steam punk route and did a lot of eighties bustle dresses. One of which. I got into the new york times style section when i was in college and that gave me the like the positive energy boost i needed to religious focus all my energies into historical. And that's not to say. I still don't do 'cause play in fact i'm working on a cost play right now for another power female a sister of battle for more than forty k which seems like a completely turnaround but to me. It's just you know more of the same like you know detailed female power stuff and i'm not cost player or historical costumer of but i come from a career as a costume supervisor in a costume designer i started in theater and then i got into film and tv but i have this just incredible appreciation and fascination with these communities both the 'cause play community and historical costuming community. They're not necessarily mutually exclusive as you attest to you. Know they are really quite intermingled. A lot of the times. Even though. I don't participate in these communities. I really really anxious. I just think it's so cool do so for those who may not know. Can you please tell us a little bit more about this worldwide historical costume community and cause play community and maybe just kind of start by defining those things. 'cause i don't think everyone may know the difference. That's a really good point. So i say cost play his costumer like everybody knows but so cost player. Is someone who makes costumes for movies. Tv shows games sort of like established Ip already out there. So you know someone who's a cost player making a princess leia costume versus on historical customer may take a museum piece or a picture from say like an old fashioned panel and try to recreate those so it's different goals so the cost player tends to try to make things as screen accurate as possible or take their own spin on a two degree while the historical customer is all about trying to get things to look historically accurate or correct the historical time period. But these are vague goals. You know everybody has their own specific goals when it comes to costuming which is really one of the most delicious parts of it. Yeah and i think just seeing how many all these people all around the world who have been introduced to through instagram. That's how i became familiar with you and a lot of your peers was just through instagram. And the para social media but admits so many wonderful people and so many people who have incredibly different approaches to as you mentioned these same historical or cause play approaches so just so cool so you yourself have built this incredible online presence for yourself you instagram and youtube as you mentioned at so steen is your handle. And you're really just showing all of these various historical dress projects that you've created at your in home studio which is just incredible. I love you can tell us a little bit about your selection process. What is your inspiration between starting these different projects so omen inspiration from everywhere and think. There's always about fifteen different projects night years going through my head at any point in time so a lot of times. What'll happen is i will learn something about or i will be able to actually procure a certain fabric. So for instance right now. I'm working on the dressed. That marie antoinette whereas in the two thousand and six the couple of film marie-antoinette in the chapel or the church which has the strawberries on it. This particular fabric is woven in italy. It's based off of seventeen eighties. Waistcoat in a museum collection. Somewhere in this particular fabric was actually used in about three different films including the original dangerous liaisons movie and it is so hard to get if you can even buy it. It usually runs about three hundred euros a meter so for me. That is like you know. I might be a doctor but i can't. I can't spend that much right on top of it. It wasn't even like procurable. Until very recently i was able to actually buy it because Not the original. But some other company on oetzi started making a knockoff of it. And i don't know how legal his is but on the other hand. It's based off of original waistcoat. And the you know the trademark on run out like two hundred fifty years ago so the fact is you know this. Other companies started offering. It was very similar. The colors are almost identical slightly. Different here and there but it was so close and the fact that they were able to offer it at a significant discount from the original price meant that it went from being pipedream in the back of my head to something. I could actually do now so a lot of times. It'll be that i finally find. The fabric actually comes available or in the case of the strawberry dress which i turn into which is strawberry regency dress. I always want to make address. But i really didn't like the roses on the original inventory. Not because i dislike roses. Or i think it's ugly. I've just digitized so many roses but then suddenly the strawberry gus went. I like i can just turn those roses and strawberries. And no one's gonna care or mind. So i was able to do that as well. So it's all about what becomes available to.
NFL Pro Bowl To Be Played Virtually
"NFL Pro Bowl is taking place virtually this weekend with players and celebrities playing each other in Madden 21. Rosters and players elected by fans first up this afternoon to Shawn Watson, Derrick Henry and Snoop Dog will take on Cuyler, Marie Gemmell Adams and Bubble Wallace. A dozen games in the NHL
"My name is martin luther before and i'm a vc student at the university from saddam. Main research is focused on natural language processing and information retrieval. And i'm especially interested in how we can learn from humans and human cognition to improve our ai models before that. I did my master's degree in artificial intelligence at my bachelor's degree in mystic so liked to take the knowledge i also have from the back roads and the light microbes research everything. I've done related to natural language processing carries with it a sort of computer science bias towards it. I don't have your background in linguistics. What advantages does that give you in your approaches to natural language processing. It's quite interesting. We've seen the developments. From the early days. I would say wehrley Quite prominence when we wanted to model language greedy looks into specific linguistic structures. And at least things then we went into an era. Our people throw that away basically no linguistics of war Data only we only want to learn patterns from data and always see a bit of shift back again so people try to incorporate knowledge from linguistics into models with the idea that they come maybe learn everything from data per se or if we have named with knowledge that might gives an advantage if we decide like these are models that could work well for this task for example is a pretty exciting thing to see that we go back in the knowledge of marie slogan definitely there have been a couple of people who have taken a pretty provocative ver- extreme point of view on this and is ibm. Has this famous quote. Yes i believe Frederick djelic said every time i fire a linguist the performance of the speech recognizer goes up so i imagine that was a deliberately provocative statement to make in your experience. How have these communities actually overlapped in the community or p. community specifically we want to model language and that's basically what you also want to do linguistics. You want to model language and you want to understand language. You may not want to light produce than which so much linguists rather observe whereas from nlp perspective you might as well to produce but also understand that right. So i think as linguist. You have certain intuitions about language with everyone might have. That seem very obvious to you as linguists that other people might not find so obvious such as negation can be a hard province so for me seems very obvious because this is a trend See gwyn stakes but like from computer science perspective. Never thought about this. You might wonder like why does my mom before well these types of includes or questions or whatever you might not realize that it was about negation or something. That is yet wasn't really that long ago when people still seriously considered that we could solve negation with just a couple of handcrafted rules Exactly like there's more to that right. I think in order to understand what would work well or licensing doesn't work well yet. List acknowledged really comes in handy. Will your paper the caught. My attention is titled what makes a good summary reconsidering the focus of automatic. Summer ization now automatic. Summer is kind of interesting that by hearing it. Even if you've never heard of this fuel before. You kind of intuitively know what it's all about yet. There's still some open questions practically speaking you know. What does it mean to do some reservation. Could you perhaps give us a survey or overview of the various techniques is a great question. Maybe not so clear which is one of the reasons why we started to write this paper. But that said i can give an overview first of what is often perceived as the way to do it in the community. so i'm talking about texts. Summarize -ation right because Of video summer ization for example with for decoration. You often do. thank you. Take any input documents. Texts article for example news article or a bunch of news articles media articles. And you want to kind of get the gist out of this input and right leg few sentence summary about it. That is the majority of work that is done now. How is this done with anything. We've seen a little progress. They're so it started off with a unsupervised Graph based model such as text. Frank relax wrangler. Basically people make a graph of the input documents and then kind of see. What are the most important sentences Extract those now with the rise of neuro models. We see that there is much To sequence approaches. That people used first night with our anez. We see transformers. And bird and bird dyke auto spoken up in a community. And then you also asked about the evaluation. So how often do it is served few forms of evaluation so you have flake the firm and often people use a roche with basically check for lexical. So have your label. Summary like the one you know. It should be any kind of check out. Many words are in common with summary. I produced there. How many acronyms to make it more precise and then there's also some new metrics such as like bird scores in one that doesn't measure lexical similarity with router semantics clarity right because in this lexical similarity approach. If you have a word is kind of the same word as in the summary. That was the label. But it's not the same word out and you don't want that so you run our to measure semantic similarity so that's another type of scoring functions people use and then another way is with human evaluation though you would ask. People questions like which of these summaries is more fluent or which one more informative or which one has the best coverage these questions
DHS bulletin warns of potential domestic terrorism against elected officials, government buildings
"Terror advisory bulletin from the Department of Homeland Security is warning of a heightened threat across the country from ideologically motivated violent extremists. DHS rarely sends out these warnings, but officials say they've received information that these people object to the exercise of government authority. And the presidential transition, And this comes more than three weeks after that violent insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. We're joined now by NPR National security correspondent Greg Marie with the latest on this. Hi, Greg. Hi, Tanya. Tell us more about this bulletin. What kind of threats is the department looking into? Well the bullets and doesn't name any individual or any group or any specific threat. It's a very generalized warning about the far right in this expectation that there is an elevated threat level for at least the next few months. The statement sites the U. S presidential election in November, the January 6 assault on the Capitol. And even last week's presidential transition. Now it makes the point that we shouldn't just see. This is one concentrated period of over the past couple months where tensions were inflamed and events got out of hand. But rather there's this concern that in Washington and across the country, we should view this as an ongoing risk, huh? I know that you said we don't have Much information this morning describes these ideologically motivated violent extremists is having quote perceived grievances fueled by false narratives. Do you have any idea who these people are and what you might have learned about their motivations? Well, obviously, this reference to false narrative is clearly talking about former President Trump and his supporters who claim he won the election. And as we saw in the capital at the capital a few weeks ago, it's this range of individuals and groups on the far right to white supremacists, Anti government folks, those who talk about a deep state And we should just remind listeners. We're now up to about 150 arrests from that particular event and hundreds of cases or under investigation And as these individuals and groups continue their chatter on social media. They clearly know they're being watched and that this may be a good time for them to be cautious and stay below the radar. Okay. As I mentioned, the DHS does not put out many of these bulletins. Why is it doing it now? And what are they asking for? From the general public? Right. They've only done this once in the past year, and that was when there was tensions with Iran a year ago, and we haven't seen the government issued this kind of broad general warning about the far right ever from from DHS. So by doing so very publicly, the Biden administration seems to be sending a message on on several levels. It's telling law enforcement. This is going to be a priority. It's telling the far right groups. They're going to be closely watched, and it's also signaling to the public that these cases will be aggressively pursued much more so than during the Trump administration. Right it. It appears to be a broader effort by the Biden administration to address this threat. That's NPR national security correspondent Greg Marie, as always, Thank you so much. My pleasure.
Extremists Emboldened by Capitol Attack Pose Rising Threat, Homeland Security Says
"Security says the country faces ah heightened risk of attack by domestic extremists in the coming months. Such warnings have been rare in recent years. But DHS says the recent attack on the U. S Capitol may have emboldened radicals across the U. S for more. We're joined by NPR National Security correspondent Greg Marie. Hi, Greg. Hi, Sarah. So is the Department of Homeland Security, citing a specific threat here. No, they aren't. This bulletin doesn't name any individual or any group or any specific threat. It's a very generalized warning. It's clearly referring to the far right, though it doesn't mention anybody by name. And there is this sense that there's an elevated threat for the next few months. It talks about domestic extremists who may be fueled by what they say is false narratives related to the election last November, the January 6th assault on the Capitol and even last week's presidential transition. And people may remember Homeland Security was known for its warnings in the past those color coded warnings about jihadist groups like Al Qaeda, for instance. But is this new to to warn about domestic far right groups? Yes, it really is. DHS was created after the 9 11 attacks almost 20 years ago, and those color coded warnings that were around for nearly a decade, they were often mocked. It was hard to understand. Is this an imminent threat? Should you avoid airports and and they faded away on Gwi don't see a lot of these warnings anymore. But it really is unique and new here to see the government issuing a warning about the far right. President. Biden clearly believes that his predecessor, President Trump didn't deal with this and played it down despite mounting evidence. There was no strong public warning leading up to the January 6th events, and Biden clearly wants to get ahead of this. His homeland security nominee for secretary of that department, Alejandro New Yorkers hasn't been confirmed yet. But the Biden administration has already asked for DHS and FBI to heaven intelligence assessment about this threat. And now we see this warning issued by DHS. Okay, So what do we know about what we should make of this morning? What should the general public think? So I spoke about this with Daniel Byman. He's a Georgetown University professor who studies terrorism. And he says the Biden administration is sending a message to several groups. It's telling law enforcement. This is going to be a priority is telling far right groups. They're going to be under scrutiny. But, he says it's also important to see this is a message to the public. It's a warning to the broader public. It trying to say that this is a genuine threat on power with other forms of terrorism and is trying to say to do administration is going to upset not only jihadist terrorism by groups like Isis, we're just going to focus on a much wider range of domestic threats. There's been a growing number of arrests Greg since the January sex violence at the Capitol. How's the far right? Responding? Well on social media. We see that there is a lot of talk that they know they're being watched. It may be a good time to be cautious and stay under the radar. Have been about 150 arrests related to the January 6th events and hundreds more cases or under investigation. Now we still have several 1000 National Guard forces in the D C area. They're expected to stay here through the Trump impeachment trial next month and maybe well into March just to make sure the atmosphere stays calm. Buying up really appears to be laying down a marker and declaring that this issue is going to be a priority throughout his entire tenure. That's NPR's Greg. Marie. Greg. Thanks so much for talking with us. My pleasure, sir.
COVID-19 Washington DC memorial to honor nearly 400K lives lost in the US to the pandemic
"Memorial that was designed with 400 lights around the Lincoln Memorial. It's a reflecting pool in honor of the 400,000 American lives lost to the virus. A ceremony scheduled for 5 30 tonight and a nurse from ST Mary's Hospital in Livonia is set to sing Amazing Grace at the service. 29 year old Lori Marie K or Key had worked at the Cove in 19 unit at the hospital in the pandemic last year in a video of her singing during a shift change of the hospital went viral. In April and led to the invitation. Health officials here in Michigan reporting 2843 cases and 20 deaths from covert 19. It's a two
Storytellers: Harriet Jacobs
"Although the veracity of her story was challenged for decades are storyteller of the day is now recognized as the true author of her work. We're talking about harriet jacobs. Harriet jacobs was born in eighteen. Thirteen endan north carolina to delilah and daniel jacobs. Both her mother and father were enslaved. Her grandmother had been emancipated by her former enslavers. When harry it was six her mother died and she was left in the care of her enslavers. Margaret horn blow margaret taught her to read and write an uncommon practice for the time but when harriet was twelve her fortune changed. Margaret passed away and instead of emancipating. Harriet bequeath. terry her three-year-old niece. mary matilda nor calm. Harriet subsequently moved into the nor com household. A family that did not share margaret's relatively more progressive views within three years. Though harry it was just a young teenager she had become the sexual fixation of mary's father. Dr james nor com. His sexual harassment was unrelenting and he refused to allow harry to marry. It was then. Harriet made a calculated decision. She decided to return the advances of another white man. A local lawyer by the name of samuel treadwell sawyer. She hoped that bearing the children of a different white man with spur her master into a rage her goal was to drive doctor nor com to sell her. Her plan did not succeed after bearing two of sawyers children dr nor com punished. Harriet by sending her to do backbreaking labor on his plantation while they're harriet. She fled to her grandmother's house and hit an crawlspace. Harriet remained in hiding at her grandmother's for seven years. During this time she revised her plan. Harriet wrote letters to dr nor com falsely claiming. She described to the north. This time around. She hoped dr nor comet sell her children to their father. Eventually this plan came to fruition and sawyer bought both of his children back from dr nor com soon after sawyer was elected to the house of representatives and moved with the children to washington. Dc desperate to reunite with her children. Harriet to fled north while searching for her children. Harriet found work. As a nurse. Made for the abolitionist. Nathaniel parker willis and his wife cordelia willis dr nor com continued to pursue harriet and. She was frequently forced to go into hiding often relocating between boston and new york eventually in one thousand fifty two the willis family was able to bhai harriet freedom during her time in the north. Harriet became involved with a feminist abolitionist group. It was there that she met. Amy post amy taken with harriet. Personal journey recommended that she read a book about her life. Harry agreed and decided to write her autobiography. Under the pen name brent. Her book called incidents in the life of a slave girl was published in eighteen. Sixty one with the rise of the american civil war. The book quickly faded from public discourse and remained relatively unknown for the rest of heriot's. Its lifetime harry. It was eventually reunited with her daughter. Louisa during the civil war. Harriet worked to aid former slaves who arrived as refugees in washington. Dc dedication to the recently emancipated community. Brought harriet back to the south in eighteen sixty five. Harriet and louisa settled in savannah georgia to continue relief efforts but due to persistent racial persecution forced to flee north once more this time harriet settled in cambridge massachusetts or she opened a boarding house. Not much is known about the final chapters of harry. It's life but we do know that she eventually returned to washington. Dc with her daughter. It was there that harriet died in eighteen. Ninety seven she was eighty four years old. It wasn't until the feminist movements of the nineteen sixties and seventies that incidents reappeared. Initially it sparked controversy. The books editor lydia. Marie child was a white woman. Common thought at the time was the autobiography was actually a novel written by child in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven historian. Jean fagin yellen corrected that narrative with her annotated edition of incidents yellen lays bare at the true identity of the author and the limited role child played in publishing the original manuscript at long last. Harry its name was attached to her work. Her role as auto biographer transformed. The significance of the taxed inherits writings. She describes her state of mind. She rejected the advances of dr nor calm in favor of sam sawyer. She explicitly discusses using her sexuality. As a tool to manipulate the white men who sought to further subjugate her harry it also acknowledges the judgement she received as a woman with two children born out of wedlock in her book. She argues that it is cruel to prescribe nineteenth century. Morality onto enslaved women as their fundamental rights had already been so profoundly violated incidents in the life of a slave girl remains one of the most important books of its kind. It is the only first hand account of the life of an enslaved woman at the time and gives unmatched insight into harry. It's perspective as she fought against forces of sexual and racial oppression in doing so. The autobiography occupies a unique space in both african american and feminist literature
How your brain responds to stories -- and why they're crucial for leaders
"Maria walked into the elevator at work. She went to press the button when her phone fell out of her hand. It bounced on the floor and went straight down that little opening between the elevator in the floor and she realized it wasn't just her phone. It was a phone wallet that had her driver's license her credit card her whole life. She went to the front desk to talk to ray. The security guard. Ray was really happy to see air. Marie is the one of the few people that actually stocks and says hello to him each day in fact she's one of these people that knows your birthday and your favorite food and your last vacation. Not because she's weird she just genuinely likes people like some to feel seen she tells ray what happened and he said it's going to cost at least five hundred dollars to get her phone back and he goes to get a quote while she goes back to her desk twenty minutes later he calls her and he says maria i was looking at the inspection certificate elevator. It's actually do for its annual inspection next month. I'm going to go ahead and call that in today and won't be able to get your phone back in. I won't cost you anything the same day this happened. I read an article about the. Ceo of charles schwab while turbine injure he's describing his straight a career at university going into his last exam expecting ace it when the professor gives one question. What is the name of the person that cleans this room. And he failed the exam. He had seen her but he had never met her before. Her name was dottie. And he made a vow that day to always know the dadis in his life. Because both walter and maria understand this power of helping people feel seen especially as a leader. I use that story back. When i worked at general electric. I was responsible for shaping culture and a business of ninety thousand employees in one hundred fifty countries and i found that stories. Were such a great way to connect with people and have them think. What would i do in this situation. would i have known dotty or who are the dadis. I need to know in my life. I found that no matter. People's gender or their generation or their geography in the world the stories resonated and worked but in my work with leaders. I have also found. They tend be allergic to telling stories. They're not sure where to find them or they're not sure how to tell them or are they think they have to present data that there's just not room tell story and that's why i want to focus today because storytelling data is actually not this either or it's an an actually create this power that connects you to information differently to understand how we have to. I understand what happens. Neurologically when you're listening to a story and data so as you're a lecture or you're in a meeting to small parts of your brain are activated. We're an again broke his area. This is where you're processing information and it's also why you tend to forget fifty percent of it right after you hear it when you listen to a story. Your entire brain starts to light up each of your lobes will light up as your senses and your emotions are engaged as i talk about a phone falling and hitting the ground with thaad your in your temporal lobes are lighting up as though you're seeing that fall phone and hearing it hit with the side. There's this term neural coupling which says as the listener your brain will light up exactly as mine is the storyteller. It mir's this activity as though you are actually experiencing these things. Storytelling gives you this artificial reality if i talk to you about like walking through the snow and with each step. The snow is crunching under my shoes. And big wet flakes are falling on my cheeks. Your brains are now lighting up as though you are walking through the snow and experiencing these things it's why you can sit in an action movie and not be moving but your heart is racing though. You're the star on screen because this neuro a coupling has your brain lighting up. Though you were having that activity as you listened to stories you automatically gain empathy for the storyteller the more empathy. You experience the more oxytocin is released in your brain.
How to Secure Your Financial Future Starting Today
"I wanna thank you so much for doing. This is some happy to be here. I would imagine that before. You are able to build a plan for your money much like a plan for anything else in your life that you. I have to do an honest assessment of where you are. So what are the questions you need to be asking yourself to get started. One of the first things that we tell people to do is that you have to do a look back so you have to go and look back at your finances three months so take a look at where you've been spending look at where your money is going. Heart of having a better relationship with your money is being like okay. Do i really want to be spending six hundred dollars on. Do i want to be making target richer. It's really about prioritization of your cash rather than philly have to be on a diet right. it's about prioritization. Do you want to spend that money towards a home or a vacation or some kind of an asset versus just kind of spending it willy. Nilly on all kinds of things that you might not even remember the next month. Well let me say as someone who in general is not a big spender but has been guilty of exactly that sometimes the hopes and dreams seem so far flung right what it would take for me to get from here to owning a home feels like it has so far that it feels like there. A creature comforts. I can give myself between here and there. That are much more attainable. But as you were saying we'll put me behind in my ultimate which is one of the reasons you always should be assessing. I would say do it every six months. What is the next financial milestone that she wants to reaching your life. Whether that's i want to improve my credit score because it's not about new. Want to really improve your credit score. What are you really want is. Maybe it's a better house. You wanna qualify for a loan. You want a better credit card you want to refinance your student loans. It's not that one. Step that steps going to get you to where you want to go. See you've got the goal you've got to look back. The other thing in this is really interesting. And i have a whole workshop call. Marie kondo your finances. It is about actually organizing how many people can off the top of their head. Tell me what their interest rates are on their credit cards in their loans. What are their balances. All the accounts that they have or that they know their net worth most people. Don't know that stuff and it's not complicated but you actually have to like. Oh let me go. Pool that banks day event. Oh that's right. I had that retirement account over there. That i never rolled over. And that's the organization. Part is really key
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"It's just just such a fascinating subject. I'm Marie TV. Were always coming up with ideas and everything else. We do in the business for you when it comes to creativity. Do you think that there's ever in new ideas everything in interational version of something that's come before that's that's. I kind of fall in line with that notion that everything is kind of a remix. Everything builds it's on pre existing knowledge base and creative people are people that are able to connect the dots in a new way arrange the Legos in a different order but but using the same building blocks. There's actually a series on the web. That's really popular called. Everything is a remix that's genius and it just shows a lot of things that we consider original or actually again a remix of what came before and so that's where. I think that whole notion about steal like an artist or you know good artists borrow great artists steal because the the truth of the matter is everything builds on what came before so as long as you site where your inspiration comes from or you give credit to wear you're connecting the dots from beyond that that I think we all kind of share in that space in which ideas can have sex and they should all belong to all of us. Yes actually that's what I wanted to talk about next. I thought it was such an interesting turn of phrase. Obviously it's like a little bit saucy a little bit. Sassy talk to me about ideas having sex and why you're so passionate about bringing these very interesting thing amazing philosophical philosophical concepts and packaging them in a mainstream way that everybody can get well that term ideas having sex rex. I think it came after I read Steven Johnson's book where good ideas come from a natural history of innovation which is a dazzling book about the origin of ideas and he writes a lot there about how we need to create a space ecology of thought and he talks about how cities are fertile spaces uses for ideas to have sex because of the density of the way people are arranged near each other people from different backgrounds co mingling together sprouts new re combinations of ideas. He talks about the rise of coffee shop as another instance in history that led to a lot of ideas because you put a lot of people in a small space you give them lots of caffeine and ideas intermingle mutate and sprout and in the age of the Internet all of a sudden even the city even though it's still a very creative place. It's not a necessary precursor anymore because the age of the Internet we transcend distance and time and space itself so now anybody who is interested in anything can coalesce around someone else was interested in the same thing and they can have that kind of ideas idea sex but I love the metaphor of talking about ecology or space where ideas which are like organisms can have sex which is the whole the solution of we went from a world of jeans a world of memes so ideas these memes are these living things ideas leap from brain to brain. They compete for the resources verses of our attention. They have infectivity. They have spreading power. This notion that ideas are live is is a wonderful idea and actually I remember in one of your videos. You talked about about how they retain some of the characteristics of organisms and that just kind of blew my mind. I want to hear Jason Talk about that. Well that was Richard Dawkins in the selfish office gene I believe in the seventies this book where he introduced the term me and of course meam rhymes with jeans and he says you know we used to live in world where information was only exchanged through sex sexual reproduction that's how genetic information mixed with other genetic information but with culture with language all of a sudden and we had this new information technology that allowed us to encode information in vocal patterns and transmitted through time and space outside of DNA that was a new you replicator writing allowed us to encode information. Take it outside of the mind and put it over there and let it spread. Let other people read it so it was this is this notion that at that point we went from a world of genes to a world of memes and that this new replicator accelerated our capacity to transform form the world because it just it started building and building and building and building and building and now we live in that we have the global nervous system where information is traveling faster than ever. I mean it's it's a wild space right yeah. It's refined thoughts travelling at the speed of light. It's so exciting to me and often times. I just really stop and think about how much I I love the Internet. I talk about unlike it. I remember getting online for the first time in going. I can reach people in another part of the world that would never never have a chance to connect with on a spiritual level on any level and it literally makes me want to jump Outta my skin. I think there was a famous Jesuit priest called tailored discharged in and he talked about the Omega Point and the acceleration of technology is leading towards this apex where we all kind of merge into this Super Meta organism. He refer to it as the new US fear that rises above the biosphere so it's this membrane is going to surround the earth. That's all mind. It's all thought it's all the thoughts of billions of people finally becoming this sort of Meta organism and it's a wild idea but think about it. I mean you create a piece of content that doesn't it just inspire the people in this room but that inspire somebody in South Korea or in Berlin and it might change the book that they decide to read that day which might change changed the major that they go for in college which might then change the course of human evolution because they might invent something so. It's like we do now. Ideas are a force of evolution Russian and the fact that our ideas are unbounded by normal Euclidean meet space limitations of distance and time means that we're in this world where thought ought travels at the speed of light and thought evolves and mutates and wow knows where that's going to go but it's an exciting time if used wisely. How much do you love that. Were alive right now. And how much do you love especially given what you do and your skill set and your passion yeah one hundred percent. I mean look technology gets a lot of criticism and that's because technology always been a double edged sword and I understand I mean when we discovered fire. It's been famously says you could use fire to cook your food and and that led to this acceleration or capacity to absorb nutrients and it freed us to have all this time to think and so on and so forth but you can also use fire to burn your enemies you can use the alphabet to write Shakespearean sonnets that enrich the imagination or you can use the alphabet composed hate speech and lead people to kill each other so technology extends but it can extend into any direction and it's how we use these tools ultimately determines if they're good at her bad but I haven't unwavering belief leave that if you look at the macro trends overall. We tend to use these things for good Steven. Johnson wrote a whole other book about that future perfect where he talks about look. It's not utopia but it's leaning that way. The world has never been less violent than it is today contrary to what you see in the Media Steven Pinker Old Myth of violence Ted talk says that the chances this is a man dying at the hands of another man or the lowest than they've ever been in the history of man. yeah if you watch game of thrones. It's like Whoa thank God. We're not there anymore. Totally totally totally but you know again. The media is doom and gloom so it makes you almost think that the world is going to hell when in fact there's a lot of things that are going right and and so again it's how we use these tools was ultimately they will determine our fate. I do believe though that now. It's more up to us than it's ever been. I think we're the chief agents of evolution solution now so evolution now has mind attached to it so we'd better use our minds wisely and use these tools for the common good. I think yeah no one hundred percent in which brings me to what I think is one of your favorite subjects to getting deeper into the future and I know you and I are both fans this idea the singularity for anyone one watching who's not familiar with that term okay so the singularity. There's a lot written and said about this idea. it's actually originally a physics term so it's a term that's. Information Technology futurists borrow from physics and originally the meaning is what happens when you go through a black hole and apparently the laws of physics kind of collapse when you go through that black hole so you can't really you can't really know what what happens when you go through it and so it's it's it's a metaphor that's been borrowed to describe a moment when the packs of information technology coalescing artificial intelligence the biotechnology revolution volusia reprogramming our biology and the nanotechnology revolution which turns like matter into a programmable medium everything the level of the atom becomes manipulable and so essentially these three overlapping revolutions are predicted to lead us towards a moment that after which is impossible for us to predict what happens next week because when we EH radically extend our cognitive capacities with digital tools infinitely more advanced digital tools even than what we have today or when we create a non biological mind and which is coming soon. I mean there's the blue brain. Project is spending over a billion dollars to create a digital sentence and the whole point is that this mind wouldn't be bound by the physical limitations that we have. We're fifty six K modem. You know we're we're. We're at one point. Oh imagine like a nine point zero mind on the silicon on that can upgrade itself so the whole point is trying to imagine the new sublime mind spaces that will emerge is like like trying to explain to a chimp the nuances of Shakespearean sonnet. It's just no matter how bright the chimp is. He can't get the nuances of of language and so that's where it gets excited because I think the singularity open the the the metaphor it just it opens us to the possibility of imagining the NFL imagining the almost impossible to imagine and so it lends itself to wonderful speculation. I think a lot of speculation for me. I get very very excited by you know Ray Kurzweil abundance all of that stuff. I can't get enough whenever I read or hear talk with people about in like. Oh so scary and I know that at one point you said you know what if what if that consciousness is actually more empathetic. It's like I had never heard that perspective before because everyone thinks about it. It's like the machines are coming. That's it. We're going to get totally. So what do you think about that. I mean and I thought that was such. Does that tie into your do you have spiritual beliefs. I mean not traditional ones. I grew up in a secular Jewish household but my mom is an artist and a poem so I think our religion was art. Art Is transcendent you know and I defy transcendence As when the sum of the parts adds up to more than the parts you know you put you put materials together in a certain way and what results exceeds seeds those materials and music and art and languages so transcendent and so that's that's my version of spirituality but to answer your question you know we've always been scared of change disruption when when writing was invented. I've read that socrates used to being opposed to it because he says if we write things down. We won't have to remember anything and so our brains will rot so there's been you know. The establishment of the time is afraid eight of these new disruptive tools because they shake up the status quo and I think it's the same fear that people had about video games. Oh you are GONNA make us. All you know violent or they're gonNA atrophy trophy our brains when in fact it's found out you know video games. Engage your problem solving skills engage your strategy skills and your brain and all these amazing ways you know. I don't know if you've heard of the book. Reality is broken..
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"Welcome to the marie forleo podcast the audio version of my award winning show murray t._v. t._v. Now be sure to visit marie forleo. Dot com slash marie tv where you'll find hundreds of other episodes. Thanks for listening <music>. Hey one more thing can three words change your life though hell yes they can and they will whether you want to leave a dead end job. Breaking addiction fiction learned to salsa healer relationship grow a business master money or solve world hunger the three words. You need our way for it. Everything is figure out you know that little phrase changed my life and it's the title of my new book which is about to change yours preorder. Everything is figuring out now and save that receipt because it's your ticket to an incredible incredible online coaching experience designed to help you rewire your brain for success. It's a brand new program that you can only get if you preordered the book before september tenth. Order your copy now at everything figure out -able dot com. Hey it's jersey. Maria and i'm back for another episode. Marie tv you know right. Joseph epstein wrote in the new york times that up to eighty one percent of people feel they got a book in them and that they should friday and i gotta say i missed. The epstein is on the money because i know many of you have either written a book. You're writing a book now or you plan to write a book now now. Look i'm no expert but i've helped marie with the last tool books and i gotta say we learned a couple of things this last time around things. We think you should know things. We don't see anybody else talking about so. If you want to write a book now or in the future here a three important phrases every modern author needs to kno get out your pen and paper. The kids and let's do this phrase number one primary source. Can you say that with me. Primary source excellent now this one's especially important what if you want to sprinkle in some inspirational quotes into your book to help prove or expand your points a primary sources rock-solid airtight origin point for a in fact or quote it means you can prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that whoever you say set something actually said something so regular marie right. She loves these inspirational quote. She's got more than like six dozen in this new book but nobody ever told her about the importance of finding primary sources until she was practically done with a manuscript then when she started looking for them she found out that a very high percentage of inspirational quotes are actually completely mis attributed meaning this no primary source holy cannoli madonna me so many days so many nights. She wanted to pull this gorgeous hair right out of our head trying to find primary sources for all the damn quotes in the book. Let me give you an example to avoid criticism say nothin' even though nothing be nothing aristotle according to the quote investigative aristotle never frigging set that in fact they think it's some guy named elbert hubbard. Here's another one that'll blow you frigging mind. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results assaults albert einstein einstein never frigging said that right now our best bet. Is that from narcotics anonymous. I mean ho- no drugs. Maybe they'll make you smart bottom line. I need you to be meticulous with your work. Give yourself some time and some space to do all that research and find those primary resources because i promise you everything you think you know about famous quotes and so if you want a real deal quo for your next book. Here's one for you baby. Don't don't pull quotes off the internet because we can't confirm anyone ever said anything jersey murray. I said.
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"Hey, Marie Forleo. And this is the podcast version of our word winning show. Marie TV. Now, the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out go to Marie Forleo dot com forward slash Marie TV, real find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. Hates Marie four. Leo. And you are watching Marie TV the place to beat a creative business in life. You love and this week. You is Q a Tuesday. And that means I'm going to read a question. And then I'm going to answer it. And today's question comes from Philip and Philip rates. Hi, mary. I I discovered you last year when I cut the cord to my day job in academia, and I took the leap to doing my music business full time. I went for making no money from my art charting number one on I tunes and making a comfortable six figures. One of my biggest struggles is the what if anxieties about my business and the fear of not being able to stay at the top. I do not want to go back to a day job. And I'm often paralysed at the thought of what the heck would I do if I couldn't do what I love. Sometimes I feel like my business is happening to me more than I'm happening to it. And to a large degree, I have no control over whether people buy my products would love free to this queue on the. Fears and pressures of staying successful. Sincerely, Philip Philip. This is a really good question. You know, why? Because not that many people talk about it. And the other reason it's a great question is because you can actually do something to take care of this. So here are three steps on helping you alleviate the fears and the pressures around staying successful step number one. Is you gotta pull the lack bar down. Now, people have this mistaken notion that sometimes success is this uphill climb. And then you plateau, and they just hang out for a while. Or you're going to climb climb climb. And it never ends. Unfortunately, that's just not reality success is a lot more like a roller coaster where there's like twists and turns and upside down loops and all kinds of things that make you wanna hurl and that is true for all of us. So Philip you need to sit your butt down secure all your loose clothing, and your jewelry and get ready for one heck of a ride because you're on it. Whether you like it or not. Not. And I gotta tell you the little pimple teenager at the control panel will not let you off. So don't resist. This fact, just pull you lap far down and enjoy the ride now I'm not saying that you're going to have to go back to your day job. But there may be a time when one record doesn't sell quite as well as your last or maybe you just hit a creative rut, but here's the deal. There's not one great artist or business person or human being that doesn't have Down's that go along with their ups. This is a natural part of life. It's the yin and the Yang the back in the fourth the change of seasons. Nothing in this life is static. So don't be afraid of that fact, you need to account for it, which brings me to step number two step number two is don't be MC hammer. Now, let me be clear I do love some hammer time and f y hammer pants are back. But y'all know about hammer, right? I mean, accurate or not legend has it that once hammer hit it big. He took all his money started buying fancy cars and big mansions. And then unfortunately, not only did he have to declare bankruptcy. But then the IRS came knocking at his door, and they took away all his stuff. And then they said you can't touch this. Legal legally any of this. We're gonna take it away right now that we're gonna take that. I didn't. Never seen. What is that? What did you spend a lot of money on that? Now, thankfully hammer got himself back on track. But the lesson remains you should always live below. Your means one of the best ways to relieve stress and pressure around losing success is just to be really smart and mindful with your money that means you should live simply you should save and you should invest wisely. The one of the best things here is that a financial cushion actually gives you a creative cushion this way, you can keep taking risks with your music step number three deal with the worst. Now. Now, this is one of my very favorite ways to deal with any fair. You've got to ask yourself. What's the worst thing that could happen to you? If you lost all of your success, really think about that. And then here's the part that people miss. How exactly would you deal with it? I don't want you to just say this out loud. I actually want you to write it down really face the fear. What's the worst thing that can happen? What would that mean to you? If you lost all your music business success. Emotionally, and mentally and financially. Would you be out in the street? Would you lose your home? Would you have to be taken in by a friend? Once you get all that down. Then I want you to do this right down the exact actions, you would take if that happened in other words deal with the worst case scenario now what most of us find when we get to the very bottom of our fear. Is that actually we would be okay. And when we create an action plan, we realize that even if everything went to Helena Handbasket there are steps we could take to lift ourselves back up. So this is a very powerful exercise for both your conscious, and your sub conscious mind to start to release these fears. So you can get back to enjoying your life and creating music, which brings us to our tweet able. Let are advanced worrying become advanced thinking and planning so Philip that was my eighty year q. I hope it helps. Now, I would love to hear from you. Do you have a fear of losing the success that you've gained if so now is an awesome opportunity to do something about it? Let me know which of the three steps will help you the most do you need to pull the lap bar down. Do you need to get a better handle on your finances, or do you need to deal with your worst case scenario as always the best discussions happen? After the episode over at Murray for Leo dot com. So go there and leave a comment now did you like the city? Oh, if so subscribe to our channel, and I would be ever so grateful if you shared it with all of your friends, and if you want even more great resources to create a business in life that you love plus some insights for me that I only get to talk about an Email come on over to four Leo dot com and sign up for. Male updates stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that special gift that only you have thank you so much for watching. And I'll catch you next time on Murray TV.
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"Hey, it's marine four Leo. And this is the podcast version of our word winning show. Marie TV. Now, the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out go to Marie Forleo dot com forward slash Marie TV, real find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. Hey, one more thing if you're feeling stuck or frustrated or wishing you could reach your goals just a little bit faster and want you to go. Download my free training called how to get anything you want. It's simple. It's powerful and Hague as what is free. Get it. Now at Marie Forleo dot com slash subscribe. That's Marie corley dot com slash subscribe. Hey, it's Marie Forleo. And you are watching Marie TV the place to be to create a business and in life that you love and today's QNA Tuesday that means cues as today's question comes from Ginny. And she writes, hi, Marie. I'm newly named female CEO of tech startup. I'm so excited and really feel like I'm qualified for the role. And we'll bring a lot to the table. That said, I'm a kind positive person, actually, positively is one of my five Gallup strength, finders strength. I love this about myself, but have experienced these two traits being viewed as weaknesses. I think people quite positively with being naive. I've tried suppressing these areas my personality in the past to be taken more seriously, but it doesn't feel genuine or healthy walking into the male dominated cutthroat tech world. I suspect these traits will again be seen as liabilities. But. I know I need to be me in order to give my best. You have any suggestions to help me with this sich? Thanks ginny. What you have is a rare and precious gift Jenny, positively is a powerful strength. It's what makes you come alive. So you need to really listen to me here. Suppressing who you are is not an option do not ever suppress any part of who you are to fit into the tech world the business world or any other world. Unless of course, you wanna spiral down into depression and mediocrity. You mentioned that in the past your, positively and kindness where Bued as weak Myra sponsor, ignore that feedback because I doubt those are the kind of people that you wanna take advice from you want associate with or that you want to lead in your organization and don't make an assumption that just because you're walking into a male dominated world that your core strength will be viewed as liabilities they might. Or they might not because here's the important thing. I want you to remember. The future of business is about being more connected to your humanity, not less, and that includes your positively kindness. Your enthusiasm, your vulnerability and most importantly, your heart. Let's look at this through lens of gardening for a minute. So every plant and flower thrives under different conditions between us, for instance, love full sun, anything less, and you won't get the extrordinary blooms that it's capable of producing impatience on the other hand love the shade. You give them too much on. And they're gonna fry and die just like flowers need the right condition to survive and thrive. So do you. You gotta realize that you're only as good as the people you surround yourself with. And it is vital that you put yourself in the right ecosystem one that gives you the chance to really flex your strengths. Put yourself in the right conditions. You will blossom put yourself on the wrong conditions. However like with a bunch of cynics, and you will wither and die. When you know, what makes you strong don't settle for less. There is no prize for suffering. My big unequivocal message to you is embrace your strength of positivity and be it daily your enthusiasm for life is contagious. Plus it gives other people permission to be kind and positive and enthusiastic leaders to. So let's review suppressing who you are not an option ignore people who consider your core, strengths weakness. Don't make sumptious about the environment. You're walking into keep an open, mind and heart. Those strengths of yours are the future of business and success. Now more than ever is the time to let them shine. And if you ever need a boost confidence to do that. Remember, this tweet -able? The future business belongs to the kind the enthusiastic the optimistic. So that was my eighty or cugini let us know how it goes. And now, I would love to hear from you have you ever been tempted to suppress one of your core strength because you thought you'd be seen as weak what specifically happened, and how did you handle it as always the best discussions happen? After the episode over at the magical land of Murray, folio dot com. So go there and leave a comment. Now, did you like this video if so subscribe to our channel, and I would be so grateful if you shared this with your friends, and if you want even more resources to create a business in life that you love plus some personal insights for me that only get to talk about me mail, come on over to Marie Forleo dot com. And make sure you sign up for Email updates stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that special gift that only you. Have. Thank you so much for watching. And I'll catch you next time on Marie TV.
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"The. Hey, it's Marie Forleo. And this is the podcast version of our word winning show. Marie TV. Now, the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out go to Marie Forleo dot com forward slash Marie TV, real find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. Hey, one more thing if you're feeling stuck or frustrated or wishing you could reach your goals just a little bit faster want you to go. Download my free training called how to get anything you want. It's simple. It's powerful. And hey, as what is free get it. Now at Marie Forleo dot com slash subscribe. That's Marie dot com slash subscribe. Hey, it's Marie Forleo. And you are watching TV the place to be isn't this place? Awesome. To create a business in life. You love and today is QNA Tuesday. And that means we have a question, and I am going to a it. Here. We got this comes from RPI. And she writes Marie the wisdom. You put out there through videos is life altering it's really created a positive shift in my thinking, you're welcome. However, there is one thing that you keep on referring to that. I don't quite get yet listening to my gut everyone talks about it. For instance, when someone tells me, I just knew he was the one there are crickets chirp in in my head. I have never experienced this whole. I just knew phenomenon I'd certainly like to get on the gut feeling train. What are some actionable ways to tune into your gut? Thanks so much Arpey. Wonderful question are P, whether you call it listening to your gut or tapping into your. Intuition or following your instincts understanding how to pay attention to your natural? Knowing is of vital skill for success in business in life..
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"Hey, it's marine four Leo. And this is the podcast version of our word winning show. Marie TV. Now, the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out go to Marie Forleo dot com forward slash Marie TV, real find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. Hey, one more thing if you're feeling stuck or frustrated or wishing you reach your goals just a little bit faster want you to go. Download my free training called how to get anything you want. It's simple. It's powerful and Hague as what is free. Get it. Now at Marie Forleo dot com slash subscribe. That's Marie corley dot com slash subscribe. Hates Marie four. Leo. And you are watching Marie TV the place to be to create a business in life you love and today, I wanna make a declaration about procrastination I declare that not all forms of crest nation off created equal. And I believe that some forms of cross nation have unjustly got. People are always trying to overcome it and beat it down. And the sad fact is cross patients. Got whipped hotter than Anastacia steal, fifty shades. Want proof? Here comes procrastination right now. You've been bad bad Creston nation. I'm just kidding. Not all that bad. Now. Rather than beating yourself up for procrastinating. I want to challenge you to see it from a new perspective. Here's what I mean. What if sometimes you're procrastination isn't such a bad thing would have some part of you deep down inside knows that this is your last chance to turn around before you go down show lane the point where if your life were horror movie, the audience would all be yelling at the screen saying. Oh, no don't do. It. Don't go down there. People. Here's an example for my own life school and seven years ago. Actually, it was just last year. I was considering doing a business deal with someone. I put it on our project list. And we wanted to move ahead. Now, I surround myself with drivers people who get things done. But for some reason this deal was not moving ahead. We look at the project everyday, but somehow we'd push it to the back burner. And then we'd feel bad about procrastinating until. One day. I got this crazy pants phone call from that person. We were supposed to do the deal with that made me see exactly why we procrastinated. Even if we didn't know it yet. This person went postal over such a tiny detail that it made me wonder, how did I not catch this sooner? Clearly, we were not meant to do business together. And thank God, no contracts. I'm inside. In other words. Thank god. We procrastinated. Now. This isn't the only time that procrastination has been a blessing. Not a curse the point. Is that now I know if I'm procrastinating uncharacteristically, it may be a sign that something is seriously off the bottom line is this and yes, it's a tweet -able. Sometimes putting it off is a sign you need to call it off. What say you on this topic? Oh, brilliant, one have you ever found that procrastination was actually a good thing? If so what were the signs that gave you the indication that this was different? It wasn't your run of the mill wait till last minute habit. Leave a comment and let me know as always the best discussions happen. After the episode over at Marie Forleo dot com. So go there and leave a comment. Now, did you like this video if so subscribe and share it with your friends, and if you want even more great resources to create a business in life that you love plus some personal insights for me. But I only talk about an Email. Get those sweet buns over to Marie folios dot com and sign up for Email updates stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that special gift that only you have thank you so much for watching. And I'll catch you next time on Murray TV. School is coming up want in for more info and free training. Go to join these dot com.
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Hey, it's marine four Leo. And this is the podcast version of our word winning show. Marie TV. Now, the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out go to Marie Forleo dot com forward slash Marie TV, real find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. Hey, one more thing if you're feeling stuck or frustrated or wishing you could reach your goals just a little bit faster want you to go. Download my free training called how to get anything you want. It's simple. It's powerful and Hague as what is free get it. Now at Marie four, Leo dot com slash subscribe. That's Marie dot com slash subscribe. Hey, it's report Leo. And you are watching Murray TV the place to be to create a business and life. You love and two day is CUNY Tuesday. One of the best days of the week. Today's question comes from Lindsay, and Lindsay writes. Hey, marie. I you rock. No, you rock second. I'm seeking some spiritual advice lately, I've been struggling with resentment towards a particular person. I know I need to let go of it. But my gut is telling me not to trust this person because they've burned me before. I don't want this to eat me up inside. Because I know it'll just hold me back from becoming everything I meant to be how do I let it go and move on. When I'm so full of distrust, do you have any suggestions about how to forgive without forgetting? Thanks so much Lindsay Lindsay. This is a fantastic question forgiveness is an important topic. And it's a vital spiritual and emotional practice. You know, as Nelson Mandela once said resentment is like drinking poison and hoping it will kill your enemies now, I personally get my inspiration from others demonstrate forgiveness in incredible ways. So I think about that guy. Lewis emperor any the Olympic runner that turned war hero in unbroken. He forgave the prison guard who brutally tortured him for years. And of course, I also think about the families of those who were killed and the horrific shooting in Charleston who also forgive the person who murdered their loved ones. That's like forgiveness hall of fame. Now, thankfully Lindsey. I don't think your situation is quite as extreme. But still you feel hurt Andrew feel betrayed. And you're right. When you say that not forgiving someone no matter what they did will hold you back from being all you're meant to be. Here's the big distinction. I want you to get forgiving. Someone doesn't mean that you instantly or ever trust? Someone again forgiveness and trust are separate issues when you forgive someone. It doesn't mean that you condone their behavior and doesn't mean that you're going to tolerate any further abuse or lack of respect. And frankly, even if you fully forgive someone you do not have to keep that person in your life and Lindsey you've already said that your gut is telling you that you can't trust this person. And I think it's wise to pay attention to that. Now, if you do choose to keep this person in your life. They're going to need to rebuild that trust with you. And that's likely going to take some time. Now, more importantly, though, realized that forgiveness is not something that you do for the person who wronged you it's something you do for you want a little demolish the Latin root means to give completely without reservation. So think of it this way when you forgive you're giving a gift to yourself a gift of freedom mental. Emotional and spiritual freedom, and here's two steps to help you do it. Step number one in this process is forgive yourself. Especially if you're having any thoughts like oh my goodness. How could I've been so stupid? How could I've been so naive? You gotta realize that this situation like every situation is an opportunity to strengthen your soul. You know, every time that I've been burned after I get over that initial anger and hurt. I always ask myself. What can I learn from this? And how can I grow from this? And when I asked those wise questions, what comes back are usually some really wise answers step number two is to forgive the person. Now, I know that this is easier said than done, and there are many many different approaches to forgiveness. There's a spiritual pro-choice there's a faith. There's a psychological approach, and what I've seen to be the most important step in all of those. Approaches is willingness you being willing that slight little shift and energy from on can do it to you know, what I don't know how but I'm willing to forgive can radically change everything and a simple little prayer or a mantra that you might wanna practicing to yourself is this while I don't know how I am willing to forgive. Please. God the universe. Smer fairies. Whatever language suits, you show me the way because that simple willingness is often all it takes to melt the walls around your heart and begin to truly forgive now before we wrap up. There's just one more thing that I want to say about forgiveness, and yes, it's a tweet of oil. Forgiveness is an weakness. It's the ultimate sign of courage and strength that was my eighty or culinary. And I really do hope it helps. Now, I would love to hear from you have you ever wrestled with forgiving someone or rebuilding trust after it's been broken in terms of forgiving and forgetting what's worked for you. And what has it? Now as always the richest discussions happen after the episode over at Marie folio dot com. And we have a lot of fun in the comments. So please go over there. 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"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Hey, it's Marie Leo and this is the podcast version of our word winning show Marie TV. Now the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out, go to Marie Forleo dot com. Forward slash Marie TV real. Find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. Hey, one more thing. If you're feeling stuck or frustrated or wishing you could reach your goals just a little bit faster. I want you to go download my free training called how to get anything you want. It's simple. It's powerful and Hague as what is free. Get it. Now at Marie Forleo dot com slash subscribe. That's Marie dot com. Slash subscribe. Hey, what's up? It's marine four, Leo, and you are watching Marie TV the place to be to create a business in life. You love. Now this is our live Colin show, and this is Gregory Patterson, low there, so you he is always responsible for the fabulous hair just so you know, and I just love Greg pieces. Yes, I like the pony too. So we're going to get started with our first caller. Hello? Hi, is this Shamiya. How you doing. Doing so good if I got him, goodness are crying right now. You're so sweet. Welcome to the show. My love will. You're on live with myself and team poor Leo, and I have Greg here who you've probably seen. I'm Marie TV. So tell the question and then we'll dive in and see if we can help. Yeah, hi, everyone. Oh my God. So yeah, like stock for talker. And right now I run a patriotic base stock photo library and it's a month and it's really cool, but I have a goal to reach about like two hundred people by like September. And I'm wondering what your advice is in terms of like, where should focus my efforts by marketing and PR efforts at least like right now for like the short term, whether that's like collaborations or Facebook gods, or should I be pitching Tabaghi? Like I just feel so overwhelmed with all of the possibilities of just not sure like where I should be focusing like my attention terms of growing. A lot are. Does that make. Literally make sense. So I love from your question if I heard you correctly. Right? It's predominantly showcasing women of color and other marginalized groups. Yeah, yeah. So mostly black on lot. Lot Asian women, but also I wanna represent the queer community. There's not a lot of representation of gay couples or bisexual people either. So I really wanted to incorporate that into my stocks for talk as well. And I know that this is something that people would love is they knew about it. I'm just trying to figure out how to get people to to hear. Absolutely. And by the way you are so not alone, first of all, congratulations on what you're doing. I love your business idea and you are a hundred percent, right? It is so necessary and so needed and can't just let you know you are not alone when we have something that we're really excited about, and all of the different possibilities can almost keep us in paralysis analysis and frozen. Like we don't know where to put our attention. So I'll give you my perspective on this, the two places. I think you should focus on number one. Definitely reaching out to. I know you mentioned collaborators. Or other influencers. I think finding other people who have the exact type of demographic that you're looking to serve. Those are the folks that you wanna develop relationships with and see if you can provide either some stock photography to them or get a relationship going genuine one. So follow them on their Instagram accounts, have conversations with them whether it's in DM or otherwise, pay attention to their work and share with them what you're up to. Because I guarantee if you had between five and ten people who are reaching the type of persons that you wanna serve, that's what's going to have your business takeoff faster than any Facebook ad or anything like that. So developing those relationships that should be your primary focus. Some people may not be interested, but there will be some who will. This is really a numbers game, and it is about I can tell from your voice from who you are, your someone who cares a lot and you use your heart. So using that heart in that. At genuine connection ability that you have to make these connections with folks that you may not know. That's what's gonna get you there. And then the second thing I think focusing on PR efforts finding, perhaps some of those same influencers or different accounts that might pay attention to this. Like I'm thinking about refinery twenty nine, I'm thinking about potentially designed sponge folks who the first that came to mind who would be absolutely excited about picking up an idea like this. But again, when it comes to those PR efforts, I would go narrow in very targeted and focused. So again, there might be two or three other, whether it's online publications or websites that you feel reached that exact type of demographic go a little bit more narrow there and go wider when it comes to your collapsed influencers, that make sense. Following the question of course. Awesome while amazing. Thank you so much. About collaboration. I am friends with like pretty big name that industry rate, but I have the beer innings Zayed's of like approaching them for like my business purposes. Like I built like our chips with that, but I feel we're like a per objects, not sure how to approach them from this perspective versus just like being their friend at the that makes it makes whole sense. And this is one of the areas that I think I'm actually really good at because I've navigated in these waters before, and here's how I would approach it. If I were, you put together your presentation, put together your idea and then set up a time to talk with your friends and say, hey, look, I just wanna share this idea with you. I wanna ask, for your opinion, ask for your feedback, and then when you ask them if they'd be interested in potentially sharing it with their followers, let them know this. Hey, look, I want to ask you something. Makes me little uncomfortable, but I want you to know this. Our friendship is paramount above everything you can say, no, I'm not gonna feel bad. I'm not gonna hold it against you, and there's not going to be any weirdness between us. But I believe in the so much and I wanted to share this with you and if you're open to it. Great. And if you're not no hard feelings, I'll continue to love you. We're gonna continue befriends and nothing bad is gonna happen between our friendship. This way, whenever I have had conversations like this with people in that regard, you're presenting something that you're passionate about and you're letting them know that if they decline or say, no, they're not going to hurt your feelings too bad. Of course, we're all human. We all have disappointments, but I always had done things like this with friends when I wanted to collaborate with them or people that I know. But we don't have a business kind of relationship and they've always the feedback that they really appreciate that. I give them an easy out if it's not something that they're interested in or something doesn't feel right. They know they can decline and I'm still going to be there. I'm still going to be their friend and I'm not gonna have any weird vibes between us. Gotcha. When you, I'm sorry, I was thrown off. When you said put together presentation, short game like a like a pediatric pitch deck that, or is it just like a it. He won sheet and I don't know how much in how close you are with these folks that are high level influencers. So depending on your relationship with them, it's going to inform how you present. This might be once sheet if they don't know what you're up to, you might not even have to together a presentation. I'd be like, hey, I would love to talk about this project. I'm doing. I would love to get your opinion, get your feedback. Do you see any places I could improve? And is this something you'd be interested are willing to share with your audience and if not no hard feelings, but I'm so excited to get this out and I thought you might be interested. Perfect. Oh my God. I could start crime right now. I just wanna say really quickly. You have been my mentor from afar and twenty eleven, and you were the reason I started pursuing entrepreneur on getting emotional. You're the reason that I started the journey and because of you have so much more freedom and time to actually pursue what I love. And I, I never thought someone like be like I come from humble beginnings, and my mom passed away when I was sixteen from the Kimia. And for the longest time I never thought I would become the person that I have they and I do. Thank you. I appreciate you and your team in everyone who. Was put out those that content and just like being positive force of the her out on the internet. And I just wanted to say, thank you so much. I appreciate you all Samir. You are making us cry. No, you can't right now, but the whole team got. We've all tissues. No, thank you so much for your kind words. It means so much to us and I will tell you it means so much to me personally that you've been arouses two thousand eleven. Yes. You're getting a confetti bomb right now and I just wanna graduate you for what you've done and how you have taken your gifts and how you've taken a resource on the internet and used it to build your strength and to express
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Hey, it's Marie Forleo and this is the podcast version of our word winning show Marie TV. Now the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out, go to Marie Forleo dot com. Forward slash Marie TV real. Find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. Hey, it's Marie poor Leo, and you are watching Marie TV the place to be. If you wanna create a business in life, you love Anna that you do this here. Shindig is called QNA Tuesday. And this question comes from miss Chelsea, and she writes, hairy, thank you so much for all that you give to us constantly. I watch every Tuesday. Thank you. And one question I have is how do you always come up at all this great content? Do you ever have days when you just feel uninspired or like you don't have anything new to say? And if so, how do you still give us constantly great episodes of Marie TV? I send my people a weekly newsletter to, but I'm afraid of uninspiring days or future days where I won't have much to say we'll have covered all the topics that I can think of. Do you have any tips for how you keep your wealth from running dry love? Chelsea, Chelsea. I was so excited to see this question for a lottery. First of all, I think everybody can relate to this. I sir. Can I think anyone who creates anything feared the well running dry? We've all had that. Oh, crap moment. I'm totally done. I have nothing else to say. Everything's been done already and everything I create from this moment board of course, is going to be crap. Now, if you've ever felt this way, whether you're an artist or another type of creative or your business owner like me, who has to create content week after week, this is the episode for you. So I'm going to answer this question in the framework of what I do, which is creating content for this show. My weekly newsletter, my blog, you know, all that online jazz. All that jazz. Sorry, that's what happens every time I say jazz now, the first thing I want to say is I am not some creative superhero despite these. Notice I haven't taught you anything yet. That's because tip number one or shall we say, tip number dumb is do dumb. I mean, I just did like five dumb things. As far as I'm concerned, the dumber, the better giving yourself permission to be dumb is actually a really smart way to activate your creativity. I say, find a dumb buddy and get stupid together. Here's my dumb buddy. She's the dumbest bitch. I know in fact, she made me say that and she's making me sing this song right now. Down. Wherever I goes. She goes down funny. On that. Hit me with them. Buddy. Great done buddy, not for sale in stores. Get your own damn dumb buddy. How dumb was that now? I'm not necessarily saying you should be silly in your content if that's not true to your brand, but being silly while you're creating now that can really open up some new ideas. Tip number two, the magazine rule retreading old ground is not a sin when it comes to content creation, you gotta remember a not. Everybody saw that blog post. You did back in two thousand eleven be if they did, they probably don't remember it as well as you do and see people like to revisit the same topics again. And again, now I've been doing for years now. Now CUNY Tuesday's, we've revisit the same things all the time. You'll also see this in the magazine world. Now I've been a subscriber to omega seen for years and I love it, but check this out. Declutter life appears on three covers. I don't get mad at magazine because I'm happy to read that again. I always need to declutter something in my life and you know what. You see repetition in every facet of the art world. I mean, Georgia O'Keefe painted those JJ flowers over and over and sitcoms use the same basic story lines and Taylor swift is always singing about breakups and rappers are always rapping about the party and then the after party, and then the party after the after party. And then the hotel lobby tip number three. And this is my biggest tip of all is a mantra. I used for a bunch of things like money and love and ideas. And yes, it's today's tweet -able. When it comes to creativity, there's always more were that came from now if you're more spiritual, let me remind you. One of my favorite quotes from my friend, Marianne, Williamson, God's the water, and you are the faucet, this is awesome. So you don't get it twisted and think that all of your brilliant ideas are coming from. You requires a little bit of creative surrender into get your ego out of the way. So higher power can come down and work through you. So before we wrap up, I just wanna tell you, I so relate to this question. There are so many times when I feel like I have nothing else to say here on TV, so to help you and to help all of us, I'm going to do something a little different today, and I want to continue the teaching part of this episode in written form right below this video. Thank you so much for that question. Chelsea hope it helps. Now I would love to hear from you when you're feeling creatively, tapped out. Tell me three Goto strap. Digi's that always work for you. Now, if you wanna share more than three, that is awesome, but please make them as specific as possible as always the best discussions happen after the episode over at the wonderful land of Murray, four, Leo dot com. So go there and leave a comment. Now, did you dig this video if so, subscribe to my channel and share it with your friends, and if you want even more awesome resources to create a business in life that you love, plus some personal insights from little OMI that only talk about an Email, get yourself over to Marie Forleo dot com and police on up for E mail updates, stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that special gift that only you have. Thank you so much for watching and I'll catch you next time on Marie TV.
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"The. Hey, Marie? Four Leo. And this is the podcast version of our word winning show Marie TV. Now the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out, go to Marie Forleo dot com. Forward slash Marie TV real. Find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. Hates Marie poorly Leo, and you are watching Murray TV, the place to be to create a business and a life that you love. It's CUNY Tuesday folks. This CUNY Tuesday question comes from missing thea, and she writes rate, how do I deal with the guilt? Let me explain. I've recently shifted my business focus to an area which I have strong skills and which I greatly enjoy during work. The other day I found myself very, very happy that stopped me in my tracks, and suddenly I was full guilt. Whether it came from someone in my family, my nanny my schoolteachers are just being raised female in this society. I have a lot of baggage around enjoying my work. If this new path works out, I could conceivably not only make enough to support myself, but to allow my overwork generous and supportive spouse to shift to a less stressful career too. I find myself wondering with so many people in the world forced ma-. Any literally to do work, they hate Justice survive what gives meteorite to pursue work that feeds me mentally and spiritually as well as financially, please help me get to a positive perspective on this so that I can move forward your fan Cynthia in Virginia. Cynthia, this is a beautiful question. You have a lot of empathy or very caring person. That means you actually give a damn about the welfare of others. That is a beautiful thing, but and this is a big. But obviously as you shared, this guilt thing is tripping you up and if you don't get it handled, it can really screw up your happiness and your success. I have a few ideas that can help. Number one is your misery doesn't serve anyone, and it certainly doesn't help those people who don't have many options right now in terms of their livelihood, it's not like you being miserable at work or feeling guilty over loving your work is somehow creating more work options because his not, you need to wake up and break this association that you have with guilt and it being useful. Guilt is not useful. It's wasteful. It's. Agent and it does not make you a better or more caring person. You're assuming that misery loves company and that may not be true. Give them some credit that they don't want more people suffering alongside of them and also give some credit to the people that don't have the options that you have, but they make the best of it. Basically, it's time to wake up and smell the happiness coffee. In fact, you know what? I'm gonna have myself a half Achino right now. This is with almond milk right. Number two, you can't give away what you don't have. So if you wanna make a difference in this world on any level, you can't give that which you don't have for yourself. And when it comes to the important things like love and compassion and happiness, you have to cultivate that within. So then you can extend it to others. Number three happiness is not limited resource. So unlike resources like time or water, there's no limited quantity and happiness in the world. So stop thinking that you're gonna use it all up. In fact, the more happy you are in your work, the more it opens up that possibility for others. And I like this idea so much that we are making it a tweet able. Happiness is not limited resource, so help yourself, and there will be plenty left for everyone else. Number four, who is anyone to be happy? So Cynthia in your question, you wondered out loud what gives me the right to pursue work that feeds me mentally, spiritually and financially, and I say, what gives anyone that right? I mean, would have anyone who's ever made a significant positive impact said that and what if we all said that it would all be like, great. Let's all be miserable at work. Yeah, thanks. Just getting number five, you wanna turn your guilt into giving. So this may be the only redeeming quality of guilt in this situation. So if you don't have an active practice of giving back to others, whether that's money or time or mentoring or your community or whatever you need to get that practice going and make it a permanent part of your life. So this isn't about relieving guilt. This is about expressing the wholeness of who you are as a human being and living that fully in your life. One thing that I found to be true is the more you give the more you live. That's why we have our change your life, change the world initiative. Now, if this Fletcher boat Cynthia, you need to come and join our kiva lending team. It's awesome. Little link is below this way. You can make a direct impact on people's livelihoods all over the world. So of course, I'm not attached to where or how you give. But if inside you feel like you're not doing enough right now, I want you to turn your guilt into heartfelt giving. That was my eighty year q. Cynthia. I hope it helps. Now I would love to hear from you. Have you ever had happiness guilt? Do you ever feel guilty for being happy about something when you know others don't have what you have. I would love to know how you deal with it now as always the best discussions happen after the episode on Marie Forleo dot com. So please come on over there and leave a comment. Now, did you enjoy this video? 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"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"The cayes marine four leo and this is the podcast version of our word winning show marie tv now the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals so if you want to check that out go to marie forleo dot com forward slash marie tv real find this and hundreds of other episodes thanks so much for listening hey it's four leo and you are watching marie tv the place to be to create a business in life you love and that's what you are right it's qna tuesday and you know what that means we got a question and it comes from deb and she writes dear marie thank you for being so wonderful marie tv has given me the confidence to get to work and create my dream life that's awesome i heard you say several times that the more you give the more you will receive i trust you when you say this but this is a hard concept for me my whole life i've watched my mom be very generous with her time and resources she gives far more than she receives and it seems to me that this approach has not worked for her i've watched as others feel it's okay to take advantage of her friends family and colleagues expect her to step up and do the extra work when it needs to be done watching my mom i've become afraid of being a doormat when i give give with the mindset of how much i'm gonna get back from this doesn't feel good how do you give more than you receive without being taken advantage of thanks depp deb this is a fantastic question so first we need to clarify because i rarely if ever use the phrase the more you give the more you'll receive what i do often say is that my life is about what i can give not what i can get and there is a huge difference and that's part of where you're getting tripped up here your statement essentially says i'm going to give a lot so that i receive a lot and that framework has nothing to do with generosity it's more like a transaction a tit for tat keeping score kind of thing here you go jams rethink you don't even know what i did to deserve this well according to my records nothing yet but if you could give me something of quivalent value back by the end of next week i think we'll be square oh yeah i made the bed last week and i don't think that you got me back yet so to say her here's the thing the joy of giving doesn't come with an expectation of what you're going to get back that defeats the whole purpose so dead if you don't wanna be debbie doormat i want you to recognize the big difference between giving to give and giving to get so we all know somebody who gives to get right this is the person that drives everybody to the airport they do everybody elses dishes they volunteered host the baby shower and all this seems perfectly generous except for the spirit in which they do it it's a spirit of all do it because if i don't nobody else will and that's usually followed by this attitude of resentment this attitude of i don't know why do all this and my never get anything in return i guess i just expect too much from people when you give to get all you're really gonna get is the experience of being put upon this experience of being a victim and probably feeling like a doormat now on the other hand giving to give is where all the magic sat you wanna give yourself because you actually want to do it you want to offer your time and your love and your heart and your resources whatever with zero expectation of getting anything in return so you do something purely out of your desire to connect with another human being it's it's really a gift it's not alone not a trade not
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Hey it's marie forleo and you are on our live colin show on my gosh this is so exciting yeah we're excited to talk to you so i'm ready for your cue let me know what you've got let's see if we can help you out arctic in you one second so my name is hannah i'm also from north jersey i don't know what part of jersey or from i'm from bergen county awesome and right now i'm living in costa rica been here just over a year and i'm hoping on survey ration business on doing shark work so i've been working on that but i've found like i watched the videos i read the books i listen to podcasts i know what to do my problem is i never end up doing it i set intentions i let myself down every single time i might do really well for a few days but then i fall back right into where i started so i haven't i've been able to identify some self destructive behavior but i know like when i think about letting them go like i know i'm not ready so i don't try because i know like i'm just gonna fall right back into it again so even things that i wanna do i'm not doing like i'll be really excited to do something and then i'm like i'm just now tomorrow i'm not depressed i think i'm just lazy and i keep thinking that like i'm gonna find my motivation i'm gonna get my life together but it's been months that i've been here like and i don't have much to show for it and i know i need to change things really soon so is hoping you could give me some advice via well i think this is a really interesting dilemma i'm really excited to talk to you so curious and you don't have to say if it's too personal but can you share with us if you're willing one or two the self destructive behaviors that you've identified you think definitely like with eating i notice if i have something sweet too early in the day like i'll have pancakes chocolate chips in them and then all day all i wanna sugar and i just eat horribly and i endorse all day and then i feel but i go the next morning and i'm like but i still want those pancakes chocolate chips sometimes i'm like well i know that triggers me but i can do this like i'm going to do it anyway then i'm going to beat it and then i might beat it you know maybe for a day or maybe for half a day and then it's just like i'm right back to where i am again sure so the other thing that caught me that you shared hannah was that you're not ready to let these behaviors go and for me as a coach one of the things that the standard for me the only people that i can work with and actually help our people that are committed to change some my thoughts for you to consider our this one if you're not willing to change and you're not willing to let things go you might want to spend your time in costa rica doing exactly what you're doing because fighting yourself is preventing you from just enjoying the time that you're there i don't know if you plan to be there indefinitely or if there's a time limit but one of the things if you don't want to change that change is not going to happen the second thing and thank you by the way for sharing what at least one of those behavior self destructive as you call them are it's clear and i know that you know this in your bones but sometimes it helps to hear it from an outside voice your biology you can't fight that what sugar does to us and to our brain into our motivation and your blood sugar going up and down and the ability to think clearly and to want to do anything it's really really challenging to override that on a consistent basis even if you were to take a day or two and let's say you didn't have those pancakes in the morning with the chocolate chips your body is still going to be reacting to the habit that you've been.
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Do that both within your team and some of your like treasured friends that are in the same space absolutely i mean i think everyone has a core group of sort of colleagues and even competitor is in a sense where you feel comfortable to have these conversations sort of within reason i think the more people that you have that you trust to talk about those things with the better and for me if i have four or five people i can talk to about that that's kind of all i need to stay calm and grounded and not go completely crazy when things feel overwhelming but i think we all we all need that core group of support i definitely do because you know it can get so insular and even in my own head i'm like i am so close to this i can't see anything clearly and there are moments weren't it's good to be detached it because i think if you're watching everybody else is doing all the time it's such a comparison game it's oh this person justed xyz they opened a store they are teaching classes whatever it is and you think i should do that same thing now not always the right thing for you so it's good to kind of go back and forth between being incredibly engaged and sort of plugged in and then pulling back and listening to what the voice inside you says you should be doing right now as someone who loves design i look design you know the websites that we have that are kind of like our digital homes over ten years you've had a few evelyn's not only how the actual website looks but also your own personal taste what you want to feel like walk us through a little bit of that process i know anytime we change something like if we change something on the set which we've changed marie tv sets several times but it's like oh no i missed the brick wall i miss the and it's just like oh goodness but i keep having to come back for me going.
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Well thank you because at the office we walked in we were like oh my god marie folios talking about boop are like this huge party it was a really big deal for oh i think you you're so welcome so poo pourri isn't your first time at the business rodeo and i don't know if a lot of people really know that you share it in two thousand that you were forty and you're facing your second bankruptcy and i love that you said this you said at one point you deemed yourself the worst entrepreneur in the world first of all i don't know of any creative including myself who hasn't said that to themselves at various points in the journey but i'm wondering if you can take us back to your life and what that was like prior to pary yeah i i is ahead alive what i call struggle you know i was always looking outside myself for something like i thought success was if i can ever be successful than actually have value or be a value in the world or worth which was so weird so i was always by creating these businesses that weren't necessarily passion none of them were passionate it was like oh this is a good idea let me do this and then i would get everybody else's input when everybody else out it was a good idea and then i would go for it and i was exhausted and i was depleted so it's amazing when i had my second bankruptcy is not just being bankrupt and the physical world with finance i i was bankrupt like in my whole body my life my my being and i was like i am not going back they're like that world sucks it's hell it was actually so i said i'm not going to be in business ever again that's it.
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Hey it's four leo and you are watching marie tv the place davita creative business in life you love today i'm so excited because we're talking about one of my favorite topics of all time money you know this if you've been watching the show i love money i love what it can help you do in the world and obviously touches every aspect of our lives so i think that no matter where you are economically where i am we always have room for growth right not only in terms of our net worth but more importantly our relationship to money and how it impacts every decision that we make my guest today has made a huge impact on my financial life and my hope is he's going to help you do the same david bach has helped millions of people around the world take action to live and finish rich he's one of the most prolific financial authors of our time with eleven consecutive national bestsellers nine consecutive near times bestsellers with more than seven million books in print in eighteen languages his most popular book the automatic millionaire spent thirty one weeks on the new york times bestseller list he's a media favorite having done thousands of appearances on television radio and print being on the today show over hundred times an oprah six times he's also an entrepreneur is the founder of finish rich media his programs have done over one hundred million in sales and he comes to the table of financial education with a lifetime of investment experience what he's most proud of though are his sons jack and james david is married and lives with his family in new york city david thank you so much for coming onto marie tv on thrilled the great seal it's great to see you and i wanted to just say publicly years ago when i first picked up smart women finish rich it was such a life changer for may and ever since i've read so many of your books i followed you for years and years and years so this is like such beautiful whole circle moment 'cause you are.
"marie" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"All right cool louise we got coming up next we're going to try our we think it's the bell it is the battle over its narrative hill on my dreaming thank you so much we'd enough we're connected to or not you are on the marie tv live callin show so i don't know what question you submitted i don't even know if you do either but go ahead and ask your question i'm and do my best to answer okay well i am a cello in freelancing at the moment might agree two years ago and i've been doing fifty plus auditions and into news trying to find a stable job yes uh a lot of the material for each the i decisions is the same saw at a pilica meeting a dead horse sometimes and add my question was how to stay motivated when under under this pressure yes it's a great question and i wanna tell you i have a lotta artists in my life josh my man is an actor i have a lot of friends who are actors and writers and musicians so um artist are a big part of my life so i really can relate to your question and i can also relate to that feeling like gosh you've been on so many auditions and you're not seeing any fruit from your labor and it starts to get demotivating so here's a few things that i wanna share with you one i don't know if you saw the episode that we did with brace dallas howard the actress earnings are white okay we're gonna send that one to you and for anyone watching who again is a performer have got to watch this interview and i'll tell you the key point but i think the whole entire interview is going to be so worth it to you or one of the great things that her grandmother who is a working actor back in the day when like hollywood within its just hugest grand is most elegant world and she was a working actor not necessarily the ehlass celebrity with someone who is getting the job done.