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Fresh update on "martha stewart" discussed on Jared and Katie

Jared and Katie

00:32 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "martha stewart" discussed on Jared and Katie

"Lower stress back the previous question. The flag of Ohio is what they call a shallow tail flag. How does that mean has like two by two trials at the end. Oh, God, It was like a mermaid. Look, think anything, alright? Okay. Moving on, Karen. Next question for you. The average guy go swimming. How many times during the summer 37 or 10. Sorry. Three. Incorrect, Richard. Is it 37 or 10? 77? Yes to nothing. Okay. Alright. Richard, this talk show host will halt the production of her magazine at the end of the year Whom I talking about. Is that Martha Stewart, Oprah or Rachel? Ray?.

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The Rules of Insider Trading

Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

05:24 min | 6 d ago

The Rules of Insider Trading

"Everybody listens to. BILLTOWN. Daniel town. Up to the PODCAST. We are here to teach and learn about. Investing. Mostly. Ler. Mostly. Teach. Although I have to say. I always seen in my life that you learn I learned the most when I teach something. You certainly, I've learned on this podcast that you certainly learn. where the holes are where you've sort of. Lightly. You know treated lightly intellectually that you've sort of breezed through some major point and you've been amazing it kind of poking. The holes out and saying here. And I. Don't understand this and this doesn't make sense and so on. So that I've learned a lot actually on this podcast. About how to teach it maybe. That's Nice I wasn't trying to poke holes. I was just trying to understand what's the best the best rationale for poking holes trying to understand. So we're wrapping up something here. What are we wrapping up? The management of the business were understanding the management of the business? As one of our major checklist items and we've covered. The fact that management is is good if the company has little or no debt Rico, his high again smaller R. E is high nuggets smaller. It's got low maintenance capital expenditures. Free cash flow is a big chunk of earnings. Owner earnings is a big chunk of earnings. CEO's experienced. Got A great track record. Believe they have integrity pay is reasonable based on long-term success so they're on the same side of the table is us which we talked. About. Is. Somewhat. problematic. Super Interesting. Last thing is that management is buying their stock. which is wait a second. Okay. I write each one down. And I make a little check box because it's a checklist. Say it again. The whole thing? No. Just in the newest one Lewis one the last one. Number management is buying their stock. Is. Buying their staw. That means insider trading. We'll show that the management team is reporting that they're buying their own stock out in the market and pain real money. Okay so you set a couple of things there. One is they're buying it off. The market rate public market. So. What you're talking about there is that when somebody who's an insider like an executive is they have to report to the SEC in the US is how it works. They have to report to the SEC that they have bought the stock of their company and the se then puts it out publicly so that we all know what's going on and if they sell, they have to do the same thing. So we just know kind of like what's happening Rather, quickly to forty eight S. yeah. And they have to tell us what price they paid for it. How many shares they bought? True. It's quite. Quite comprehensive and we get to see. that. All important information why is that important? because. They only buy their stock for one reason. and. That's because it's GONNA go up. There's a lot of reasons why somebody might sell a stock who's in a management position But if it's a significant purchase, we'll talk about that in a second. There's only one reason that management make significant purchases of their own stock at market prices through the public market, and that is because that is going up in their opinion doesn't mean they're right. All the time, but it is a heck of a great signal. That something good is in the works you may not see in the numbers. But these guys are the on the very inside and it's not illegal for them to do that. That's. Think. Really astonishes some people. because. Obviously, management knows things that have not been disclosed to the to the. Public. And yet they can buy their own stock based on that inside information. When if they told me if if somebody from Armada Hoffler for example, which is like a family owned company largely public company, but our family owns a big chunk of it. If. If someone on the inside of that company told me something. About the company that had not been released to the public and I went and bought the stock. I go to jail. Go to jail. That's what they got. Martha. What's her name? Martha Stewart Mother Stewart. Martha. Stewart. They didn't actually get it for inside trading I. Think they could. They got her for lying about it. Yeah, and she went and did jail time. So this is a really interesting loophole in the law for insider trading, and that is a management team absolutely combined their own stock without disclosing this new information to the public. As long as they. File with the SEC within forty eight hours that they bought the stock. So this is important information because it's kind of the equivalent. Of going public with some new information.

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Hollywood's Good Looking Debate

Daily Pop

02:47 min | Last week

Hollywood's Good Looking Debate

"There is a great Hollywood debate igniting as we speak and we need to talk about it. So it started with this tweet from one of the executive producers of one day at a time asking what male actor is the perfect level of good looking. But also seems fun funny and Goofy twitter collectively seems to think the answer is Paul Rudd. D You guys agree with that? I do. Agree with I. That is like the perfect. He's handsome. He's attractive. He's not intimidatingly attractive. But he's cute and he's also has a lot of personality. So he's just like he's he's Fine look you know what I mean like he's not like the sexiest man alive, but he's got something. Out. Here. Beers. I think he is sexy and especially when he did a man and he was only like chicken breasts, Barroga's leading up to it with all training. Okay. He turned to ninety Zadie looks going on. Who would be your picks? Yes and who did you pick? You know what is going to have to go down a rabbit hole. So follow me here. My pick was Chris Threat back in parks and rec days where he was a goofy and hard. But didn't know he was hot before he got around all hank, we'll see. The hottest NF heiress God is at that time and you know the minute he got hot s. she was like wait what. I didn't sign up for this. This is not what I wanted to go back to the. Keep on eating your Rama noodles like do not get on this diet. So. Unfortunately. The Globe show inevitable like it just happens. No matter what and it's. It's so welcomed by the person that's going through. But the people surrounding it is like I did want this. I chose Zach braff. I don't know. He was the that popped into my mind. Don't you think that makes sense like he's definitely sexy, but not overtly sexy, and he's just he has more of a specific luck. He's not liked so like he's kind of on that call ride. Oh this. Never, thought that he could. Kind Kinda. See when he's in a good suit like right there in the nice tie women minute. We were we supposed to pick someone that wasn't like overtly beautiful, but just like attractive, like has a thing. It's. Assignment I guess. So everyone just. Zach Braff to be employed. That's when he is at his sexiest is when he's consistently employ and that hasn't happened for quite some time. So he's not that sexy anymore. Why? Don't they every time I do see that graph weather that Craig I saw him at the Hollywood bowl, he always had the hottest girl with him.

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‘Tenet’ Rollout Set: 70 Countries to Begin Opening by End of August, Followed by U.S. Over Labor Day Weekend

The Steve Czaban Show

02:37 min | Last week

‘Tenet’ Rollout Set: 70 Countries to Begin Opening by End of August, Followed by U.S. Over Labor Day Weekend

"What is the latest if I may ask on movies? So the latest update is that tenant is going to come out at the end of August worldwide but not in America because we haven't earned it yet, and because all the other countries across the globe have become much safer and have gotten to places where they can get bigger crowds into place like a movie theater. And we just jump in in there. Just a quick second. Do you know what countries have theaters open by country? Just about all of them, I think I think the plan is that it's going to go to seventy countries on the opening weekend situation and then the goal is for it to open in basically whatever theaters can take it in America on Labor Day weekend. According, according to the. Twitter posts that you met re tweeted it says that the territory's will include Australia, Canada France Germany Italy Japan Korea Russia Spain and the UK. And then that'll keep growing out from there. I think China's on the list to and. Yeah, and then Labor Day weekend it should come to America and there's a lot of people talking about like, oh well, how will they decide what theaters and what cities are going to get ten like it right now they're saying like select theaters will get it in America, but that's not gonNA. Happen. To like these are still one-third filled auditoriums If you have a wall and can protect tended onto it, you will get ten because they got. They're just GONNA like try to put this ever I bet you drive we'll get it. I bet you anywhere that can get tenant and make money off of it. They will give you ten at this point I imagine 'cause they can't. They can't hold on much longer, right? No, and they're not going to have New York L. A. Most likely when it comes out because those cities are still those those cities are still kind of locked down especially in group numbers. So they're gonna put it anywhere so. And at this point I don't think they can delay it anymore I think if they do it again, everyone's just going to be like just laugh. So can have a collective mental breakdown. So it's Technically Labor Day. New Movies. Or at least new movie singular well, new. New movie move. New Movie Labor Day Wins Labor Day not for a month.

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Bobby and Billy Dukes from Taste of Country

Bobbycast

06:13 min | Last month

Bobby and Billy Dukes from Taste of Country

"Welcome to episode two forty nine, where at the end of this? Eddie Mighty and I will review the movie wall card. The Dewey Cox Story. It's an old movie, but it's a music movie. I never thought it'd be funny, so if you haven't seen the movie, you still might light. Listen to the review. Is We're we're kind of down? But if you haven't seen it and you WANNA watch, maybe go watch it. Then come back to the end of this podcast, but we're GONNA put it at the end. In case, there are spoilers to right Mike. Yeah a little bit. But that's not a movie doesn't matter if it's spoiled, it's not like some crazy indy. There's nothing you can really spoil it. Yeah, so check that out. CHECK THE MOVIE I! Also talked to Billy Dukes, coming out from taste of country on the top ten hottest artist, a twenty twenty kind of go through that bill, smart guy like him had a Montauk about that music headlines of the week. Live nation is trying to get artists to take pay cuts for concerts and festivals next year in a memo obtained by rolling stone live, nation sites, unprecedented times and quote the exponential release. Excuse me the exponential rise of certain costs as reasons for adjusting payment policies. That's interesting because they're going to have to pay a lot more. To make the make, sure things are safe and clean, yeah. Then they thought they would. Let me read more about this. Most of the new policies shift to financial burdens to the artist's. For example, the company wants to decrease the monetary guarantees promised to artists before and a bit twenty percent across the board. Live nation also says that if a concert is canceled due to poor ticket sales, it will give the artist twenty five percent of the guarantee. Well that's interesting. And I think I'll speak on this as also a performer I work with these promotion companies promoters all different ones I. think as long as books are shown. People can make wise decisions about business are doing together, and it's not that I don't trust live nation or an artist, but I would like to see if I'm someone that's has agreed to a tour or agreed to three or four shows even show I wanna see those costs, and why am I? GonNa take. Mine Down Twenty percent. The twenty five percent on the on the cancellation is great for an artist. Also, there's still get paid even if they don't sell tickets because people don't WanNa come. Twenty. They're guaranteed twenty bucks. They, probably a lower act would be guaranteed about ten to fifteen thousand. Unless it's a baby act on big tour there about five, five, thousand, seventy, five hundred. Lower. Ten to big acts are. Hundreds of thousands of dollars a night. So you're talking about. That's a nice little little. Give there. But that's interesting I never thought about the fact that it's going to cost more to put on shows. So I think as long as they show their books a little bit I don't know why artist would say no to that true. because. Everybody's GonNa lose some money here. Everybody, and no party, promoter or artist. Should benefit, and the other should suffer. You should kind of all being this together in a way. Interesting I didn't think about that some more. Maybe do a whole podcast on that that'd be the most boring podcasts ever open a book. Now the whole country is protesting. Rage against the machine is actually back on the charts. The band's self titled Debut. Album landed back on the billboard. It reached number eight on the I tunes top album charts as well. Yeah, do we have any rage I both them up? This is right in my gut from back in. High. School more so than college. I guess it was like ninth and tenth grade. I would have. Someone sent me a tape of the edge in Dallas. They'd hit record play and take an hour and the. An hour and I get a lot of rage and that. Was a big rage guy, but I didn't really know why I. Just like the sound I didn't really know. What they were protesting at the time by the time I started to know I started to get older and getting college, and they started to fall off a little bit. Do their own things. But now look back. Pretty cool. This is one of my favorites. What else do you have all right, so? We're limited in the range music. A CON has secured a six billion dollar contract to build a con city. A futuristic cryptocurrency theme city in Senegal. Along with having homes, malls and a power plant, a city all amenities. The city needs including schools in a police station pretty baller. Some people have buildings. Here's a whole city. Alex Super Futuristic. Does this ever actually happen. Though I don't know the guy who did smack that now has a city and see the king because he just. There's King Oh. Yeah, what because if he's not? He's still. The city is named after. And then if he does something really bad and his older life like commits a bad crime. That's a change the name of it because they don't want the name the city after so like you're not seeing any bill. cosby elementary schools still remaining in play. Now that he would do that, but I'm saying. You know. Commits. Fraud. Martha Stewart style. Do. You have to change the name of the city. Finally Dashboard confessional singer Chris. CARRABBA suffered severe injuries in a motorcycle accident. Luckily they weren't life threatening, and he expects to make a full recovery as watching the video of him in the hospital bed. You see it yet. Sad lookin'. Yeah, it looks pretty terrible. Motorcycles. Just never had the need to Yana on motorcycle. He's motorcycle guy though he looks cool riding motorcycle. Down Hilas here, oh! Oh, I've never seen him writing I just say like He. He's the kind of guy that will look cool. Riding motorcycles tattoos like the good face. We have those things tattoos in the face pretty good to go. But he's what happened to him. Do you know I don't know? He had a car car hit him. I don't even think that he hit anybody. I think he just fell rookie. Here's the one thing I've never acted motorcycle. Think. I've ever been on one driving me I. Never Motorcycle. Let's talk about new music before we get into this. I'm just really it's really weird about even building statues after people who are still alive. It's always a tricky thing because they do something. That's not so good they. Statue down. You want us to wait on your statue then. Yeah, okay. I personally don't, but like I wondered in my town. There's a sciences boy home. Bobby bonds if I do something bad and I go to jail. Do they rip that down I? Don't want that

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Growing Weed in the Garden with Johanna Silver

Cultivating Place

08:35 min | 2 months ago

Growing Weed in the Garden with Johanna Silver

"Joanna. Silver is a gardener. Writer and editor formerly the Gordon Editor at Sunset magazine. She is a regular contributor to Martha Stewart Living. Better homes and gardens and the San Francisco Chronicle the author of the old dry garden on the garden and legacy of famed California plants woman. Ruth Bancroft this week. Joanna joins us to talk about her newest book growing weed in the garden. A no fuss seed to stash guide to outdoor cannabis cultivation out now from Abrahams press cannabis in California has been legal for medical use since nineteen ninety-six and in November of Two Thousand Sixteen California. Voters approved the adults use of Marijuana Act to legalize the recreational use of cannabis the use sale and possession of cannabis over a certain level of THC remains illegal under federal US law that said according to a recent report on NPR thirty three US states currently allow for some form of sale and consumption of marijuana and of those more than twenty states have designated the cannabis industry as essential during the corona virus outbreak from her shelter in place with her young family in Berkeley California. Joanna joins us today to shine a brighter light on the often confusing. Growing we'd as Gardiner's welcome Joanna. Thank you so nice to be here back with you. The last time we spoke we were speaking primarily about your first book the Bold Dry Garden and this new book is something of a An adventurous kind of Tangent. Or like offshoot from your original. Garden writing work. I want to start though with your current relationship to plants and the garden world both personal and Professional Joanna. What do you do everyday tell listeners? More about who you are and what you're up to. It is so nice to be talking to you again even just anticipating the conversation that I would be having with. You got me just like thinking about life and anyway thank you. Just thank you for having me. Thank you for making all the room to talk to people about about exactly this. Their relationship to plants I am home now as you know. All non-essential workers are and I am doing the very essential work of raising my son who turns three in July and In a non pandemic situation spends most of his day in a share So we gardened some But it was more like gardening light and now that we're home together. I am gardening heavy and doing with him I salt. I was already going to have a vegetable garden this year. I was already scaling back on the. We'd I'm only really growing at this year to continue to write about it It's a it's a really fun plant to grow et Cetera et CETERA. But I really have this urge to grow fruits and vegetables with my son and so even though that was already going to happen I dug up to maybe like eight by eight feet by thirty inch. Beds right in the middle of our meadow grass to with him to create more space. So as I talked to you he's asleep. There's dirt all over my hands and I'm feeling really really connected to the hard honest Labor of garden creation and it feels so good so good and you. You touched on a couple of things already right there. One being the fact that many of us are home as quote unquote non essential and yet in this moment so many people have turned back to activities and connections that are so essential like our own attachment and connection to how you survive how we make our out. We make our lives not just livings. And that is in raising our families and cultivating art pieces of land. So okay I'M GONNA I'M GONNA have a go back just a little bit before we dig into the structure of the book in in some of these levels on which you got intrigued. Many listeners will remember the bull dry garden. But just for those who. Don't give us a little background on you. Where where were the people? And the places and the plants that grew into a person who would wanna be a person that wrote about gardens and gardening with her son as a matter of both principle and practicality so I got my start farming in college after traveling so really interested in food and food security. I had a very meandering path and ended up in the editorial Test Garden at Sunset Magazine. Back in the Menlo Park days through to the Oakland and New Test Garden in Sonoma's county days and went from outdoors at the magazine to indoors. Writing and editing and timber press reached out to me looking for a bay area writer to write this book idea that they had about Ruth Bancroft S- Garden cactus in dry garden in Walnut Creek California and I pitched myself because I was young and ambitious and so I wrote a book about. Ruth's life and Roots Gardens. She just passed away actually also twenty early twenty eighteen late twenty seventeen at the age of one hundred nine And so just a couple of years before that. I wrote this book about her life and her garden. I think the fun one of the fun things for me as a gardener and garden communicator journalist person is seeing so many come back to gardening and recognize it as this essential thing that it is and that you and I and kind of die. Hard gardeners have has always known. And we've been advocating for now. You also indicated in this first question this sort of interesting Almost conflicted feeling about growing weed. And I think it's a perfect segue into the conversation for us on this on this program. People have been telling me that I should do an episode on weed for the longest time. Because as you note in your introduction to the book it's one of the largest crops in California and many many people are interested in it and it has this deep historical ritualistic medicinal blige intimate like wait and Gravitas to it but that is so blurred by the the other baggage that comes with it that I have stayed away from it until now because I was so compelled by yearbook and the way that you handled that year and maybe it was a little bit more of researching documenting and writing about this project. You took on as a as an assignment not necessarily a personal passion but an assignment and So we really kind of want to get into that the I just WanNa say by the way that your documentation of life at home with your To almost three-year-old Garden intern as you call him on. Instagram has been in total pleasure to watch in. Its true sort of honesty. Raw dirty fingered honesty. Thank you. It's been. It's been a massive creative outlet for me. Yeah Yeah Okay so. Tell us about this book. Why this book how did it happen? What made you decide to take on writing a book about growing weed in twenty seventeen? I had a baby and I was headed back to work You know six ish months later back to Sunset Magazine Garden editor where I thought I'd have the job for the rest of my life Kathy Brazil before me held the position for forty years and I was all set to go back. It was the week before. Maternity leave was over and the place was bought by private equity in lost my job I felt desperate to keep writing and working and reached out to everyone. I've ever written for asking for assignments Just to keep going to feel some forward momentum and a former editor in chief of the magazine. Kitty Morgan Worked at the Chronicle San Francisco Chronicle and I reached out to her until I wanted to write for her you know. The chronicle does garden design edible gardening whatever and She said you have a new baby. I bet you don't have time to do lunch But I may be called her bluff and I was like I totally have time to do lunch and met her for lunch and she. It was right before recreational use went legal and including recreational growing in California. And she was like I have this whole other idea for you. I want you to grow wheat in your backyard and documented as a gardener. I think at that time everyone like it was coming but it still felt even more taboo than it does now. We were all sort of figuring out how to talk about how he felt about cannabis being something that we can talk about and And so I told her I didn't know where to get seeds. And she said emphatically. That's your opening line and it was supposed to be for this part the separate website run by the Co Chronicle called Green State Which has since been folded into the magazine or into the newspaper and it actually got got lost its funding for a while but kitty was so dedicated to me that they ran the series in the food and wine section on Sundays and I worked through this ten part series for them on growing lead in my backyard as a gardener starting from knowing nothing to having a big crash course in the plant yet everything about the naming and needing to forge new contacts. I had I was starting from zero other than my years of experience being garden writer And a gardener no for sunset.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And Martha Stewart herself of course of the action he may seventeenth W. W. J. news time six thirty seven we're getting unofficial word that metro airport reported snow flakes at five twenty eight this morning if that is true it would be the first ever reported snow in Detroit on may the twelfth we'll check in with dean devore coming up W. W. J. news time six thirty eight traffic and weather together on the eights and let's hit the roads with Dennis new factor morning you for a river thing Sir this is a fantastic for the Dr Phil Debra pavement is in a good shape clear and dry CD major delays at all this report sponsored by the I. B. E. W. don't see delays the construction zones downtown along I ninety four started awhile see some work out by the road lot ninety four baton Ole in it each direction right around seven o'clock this morning so far it's the wrong one okay at that point using crosstown six ninety six M. fifty nine and fifty three ninety four on the east side they're in good shape as well so so far so good the cons destruction industry is ramping up and we'd like to recognize our dedicated Nika signatory contractors and the hard working men and women of IBEW local fifty eight as we head back to work in larger numbers thank you for your ongoing commitment to workplace safety and PP use work state stay safe W. W. W. dot powering Michigan's future dot com which is a grocery drive on the Tripoli jam cams in the eye level group twenty four hour traffic center there is no locker W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty all right now the accu weather forecast with meteorologist dean devore yeah I see that report of a S. minus at five twenty eight I mean sometimes you get folks you got to take some of these readings with a grain of salt if it and if it was yes there has never been a snowflake reported on the opposite I look back on may twelfth I got let's see if this is the latest for snow flakes and looked at that but look at the flavor of the day is this cold cloudy start there may be a little flurry in the air where you are or sprinkle then we'll get into some sunny breaks as we get into the afternoon temperatures said today you're going to get up to a high in the upper fifties it'll be better this afternoon than it was yesterday afternoon but it's going to be cold tonight I don't think we'll see any flakes in the air because it will be due on pretty clear and that means we'll have frost and freeze tonight as we drop down to thirty to thirty five back up in the upper fifties with sunshine tomorrow up in the low seventies with some rain and rumble on Thursday Friday mid seventies showers early then some sun in the afternoon Saturday some showers a rubble high sixty nine low seventies with this shower chance up on Sunday right now thirty five at metro airport thirty six downtown Iraqi withdrawal just needed for W. W. JT thirty nine fifty high traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the H. right here on newsradio nine of fifty W. W. J. corona virus the latest information and what you need to know newsradio nine fifty W. W. news time is six forty why let waste go to waste what that's what the European Space Agency is thinking when it comes to building stuff on the moon the agency is hoping to use human urine to help make a lunar concrete.

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Lydia Fenet of Christie's Auction House on Creating Your Career Path

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:12 min | 5 months ago

Lydia Fenet of Christie's Auction House on Creating Your Career Path

"Most important thing you can do especially as who starting in a company is work with your boss to create your career path. I always tell people I have three small children. I have a charity auctions at night. I'm married I have friends that I need to be in touch with so I don't sit at my desk every day thinking about your career. So don't come to me when you're about to walk out of the door because you don't feel like you're being appreciated come to me at your performance review a year before you want something because that is usually how long. It's GonNa take me to get what I need for. You so wanNA raise you want to be the director of the Department here. The two things you know what about when somebody doesn't know what they want their path to be view should be talking to your boss to help figure that out and you may not ever figure it out. I mean it may be one of those things that evolves over time get your boss invested in your career. There's nothing worse than losing someone who's worked on your team for three or four years three or four years that go out of the door and then you have to train someone to bring them back in. A lot of us grew up working in a place where facetime was integral. And I don't mean facetime on the phone. I mean like you actually had to be your desk and you didn't have the ability to negotiate with your boss about certain things that we're going to make you stay at a company that is a reality. Now and people want to stay at their company so start those conversations from the minute you get there. I was with a young woman recently that you mentored and she has a daytime job to make a lot of money and on the side she also is trying to do like a side project for somebody and she's not getting paid and you told her you ask for money ask for thousand dollars now. The thousand dollars is not going to change her lifestyle. I want you to walk me through where that advice comes from and what your feelings are around how to get additional experience and improve yourself while also taking care of yourself absolutely. There are so many things and I see this specifically in young women. I see this actually in all women that I know the idea that your time and that your experience is up for volunteer at any given time and it drives me insane because if you have a skill set that you can do better than other people and you're helping someone who does not have that skill set then. Money can be exchanged. It doesn't have to be. You can choose to volunteer your time like I choose to volunteer my time for charities. That is a choice. But if you want to make money from that and that will make a little extra cash for you to have in your pocket. Why not ask and I think in this position with this young woman. She's working with someone who can absolutely afford to pay. Her is asking for certain things that she can check off list and these are things that she can do for her. So why not ask? I want you to give me retrospective advice. I was working as an associate producer. Not Making a lot of money. I was trying to get more money and more experienced so I became friendly with a talent at the network. I worked at and volunteered. Chew be a graphics producer at night so my totally my own time. Not In my daytime hours. They said I could get paid a stipend to other people who were my level found out. I was doing it and we're like I want that experience too so they also asked that same talent who is lovely and said. Short won't can help out then. They had no money to pay so they took away the money. How do you think I should have dealt with that? Honestly you dealt with it the way that probably should have dealt with it. Which is people found out? It wasn't a one time thing. The end result was a result that you didn't have control over at the end of the day. So in that case you think it was okay to get the experience again. This is your time you can choose to volunteer your time. That's always what I say but if there is money to be happy you're right to ask the fact that to other people found out and then they didn't have money to pay was unfortunate for you certainly but at the end of the day that was the reality of that situation but no. I absolutely think you should always ask. I think that that is the takeaway. And that's what we hear so much is that there is a trend and I'm not saying this is generational China. I think it's something that women we tend to do. Which is lead with volunteer first and then gain the courage to ask to get paid and I think a lot of that is that they're scared. The answer's going to be no. Were you ever scared that the answer is going to be no? How'd you get over? That always scared that the answer was going to be no. I always say that it's almost fighting through the IC right. It's that feeling your stomach where you're just. You don't really know what the answer is going to be. And I'm sure that you guys have had this because you have a company in the asks that you're making her of people who have huge platforms of their own and time constraints of their own. When I was reading the book there are thirty three case studies of women. Everyone from Martha Stewart and Arianna Huffington. Two women that I know who've built businesses and I started with sixty people on the list. So what does that tell you? And there was one woman she was one of my. I E mails that went out and I remember sitting there. You know with with the send button trying to push myself to do it because I knew that she was going to say no and she did say no and I remember the email coming back and I thought to myself. Well now you know what it feels like. It's not that bad so you'll be fine and every time I got to know after that it was

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Organizing and Storing Kids Toys with Kristi Clover

A Slob Comes Clean

04:24 min | 10 months ago

Organizing and Storing Kids Toys with Kristi Clover

"We have Christine clover and I've already told through a little bit about her and about her book and how I know her but I'm excited to have you here so let's get to talking about organizing the mayhem so tell me specifically your life story in about two minutes ago absolutely okay I was born and now I am take me everything about your mic on very complex person tell me about it tell me though how this came about like how did this become your thing to be talking specifically about organizing the mayhem that comes with being a mom Oh yeah well what was interesting is that I was probably one of the messier kids you would have ever met I had a clearing in my room at wor I could jump from the doorway to that one clearing to my bed none other than that it was just like whatever I felt like I just dumped in what I've learned you know hindsight is that I wasn't feeling like I had to live in that space so that space midnight thing to me yes when I went to college I started you know and I had other people living in a room I started realizing that I actually do better when I have less mess around me uh-huh and so I had a little glimpses of organization in like a tendency to be able that that's the key to be able to organize I never implemented that and you know I just kind of stash things here and there I got really good hiding mess and organizing my clutter more than anything else and then when we had hugh babies we had a major move and my husband started working two different territories he's been travelling since you know since before we had kids and just come at you take everything that could have gone wrong went wrong yes that's where we were and it was just probably one of the most insane times in our lives we had stress in every single area and I just realized I needed to at least try to figure out how to control the controllable things that were happening and the house was one of them and so I kinda just started trying to figure out how to get more organized I started realizing that I started feeling a lot better when we were organized I didn't feel as much stress in the other areas because it was for me again it's different for everyone and how they feel about the mess and life some people can thrive with more stuff going on on but I couldn't and more than that my husband couldn't it was really important to my husband to have more calm when he would get home from long trips and we had two toddlers and it was just busy so that kind of started in this whole busy crazy world of trying to learn how to get organized so I got books and back they made we had the internet right but no pinterest yelling at me was mainly just Martha Stewart and I didn't have as much pressure but I was just asking a lot of friends like oh what do you do in a lot of what they told me didn't work and so I had to figure out how to kind of make it work for us yeah so tell me how many kids do you yes a five kids now back then we just had to that my oldest two are seventeen months apart but now my kids my five kids range from seventeen down to six so we've kind of got the gamut onto okay we'll go because we're GONNA be talking specifically about toys toy organization because that is yes just the reality of having kids and think especially for the people who are like me who see the possibilities and everything and see the interesting ness of all the different random things that come across our paths at garage sales or wherever for me I know personally a big part of my clutter issues when I had my young kids and that's kind of when I hit my bottom was from twice I just kept bringing them in because it was oh it was cool I found at a garage sale it was a dollar it was two dollars and it had ever been played with which the told me something but anyway and I would bring it into my house and I would just bring in and bring in bring in and kept thinking I've gotta get organized so you know my message is declutter don't worry about the organizing until you have gotten or ever really because just onto what you can handle like less less but I oh that that's where I come in as the person who doesn't talk about organizing and yet there is a lot of value to you know just some of the strategies that you have for making he's work

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Billy Bush Is Ready for a Return to TV

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Billy Bush Is Ready for a Return to TV

"Is that Billy bush makes his return tonight two extra they were gonna call extra extra and they got sued by some establishment with that name with guys with little like you know news let newsstand hats on. but you know he got in trouble for the access Hollywood tape trump becomes president and and poor Billy bush is out of work for three years so it didn't hardly seem fair right well we'll see what happens you know I don't. the show any good do people want to watch him I think there's a reservoir of good will for the guy I mean I think people like him I think we went to the today show before the whole debacle with the the tape it was bad fit yeah I did ray like in there that's a very tight knit organization they kind of their immune system threw them away so I think the ideas without the shows in a good I think I probably do fine I really do also but then you have the the idea that well about a come back people are saying well can Felicity Huffman make a comeback she's involved this college scandal she wants no jail time that prosecutors one a month so is her career shot because of it I ironically think that I know should watch out time personally I've never been in jail but you know no time or a month not exactly like no time or ten years right so kind of a small distinction I think the longer jail time she gets the better and faster rehabilitation will be yeah I think so I think if she goes to jail and behave yourself and does good works in the jail I think she'll come out much better I got two words for you Martha Stewart exactly exactly now he is seen as being gotten happy having received a fair punishment you know that's I took like a man she'll be fine. I'll go over well it's funny how the man in his case was in charge of the funny how it's the mother not the husband yeah I was he was not involved. David I mean I'm surprised she did have conversations about what she was doing to try to get the kids in college you know maybe was a traditional household and some

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Inspector General says James Comey didn't release classified info

Mike Gallagher

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Inspector General says James Comey didn't release classified info

"We don't have equal justice in this country and it is disappointing especially that this ground rule James call me is gloating on Twitter this guy is the is the textbook example of a disgraced public official a guy who was Mr by the book I'm a boy scout I do it all by the book the inspector general report just released and we're putting together the ability for you to download it get or get a copy of it through our are my pillow dot com text line shows we get that up and running will let you know US gazing everybody's describing this as ace gave the NA IG report just released says that call me the fired FBI director violated bureau policies by drafting leaking and retaining memos for call me the reviews shined up reading here from foxnews dot com the reviews shined a harsh light on his decision making in the final beleaguered weeks of his tenure and it was revealed that horror which had referred Colby's case to the department of justice for a possible criminal prosecution but lawyers opted against bringing charges one source telling fox news it wasn't a close call so you leak confidential classified information with the intent of of the outcome that he got and when you connect the dots call me himself was largely responsible for this ridiculous special counsel and this nonsensical stupid waste of time and money Russia investigation that has damaged this country and toward our country apart and this guy's on a book tour he's bragging on Twitter he is the most despicable person in America for what he did to this country he did this largely there are other factors of course but this man was responsible public outrage over what was leaked by call me is what led to this point to the whole special counsel Russia probe I am disgusted with the fact that the department of justice doesn't have the guts to take this guy to task legally in the way they've gone after Martha Stewart and Roger stone little man in his with his blind white for his dot as little dogs in Florida and they're they're they're bre battering down his his his doors like he's the Unabomber Roger stone a political operative walk in taking him out in shackles and this bomb James call me gets away with it waiting what I would like to be told a Twitter right is is discussed in two weeks he doesn't even have the the the shame stay off Twitter he tweets out D. O. J. found no evidence that call me released any classified information I don't need a public apology from those who defame Jimmy defamed so bad at your job you got fired Hey you got disgraced because you clearly violated your billing policies what kind of boy scout are you he got fired at Israeli early drop was right to fire him draft team lead memos documented not documenting discussions with president trump in order to create a special counsel he got just what he wanted and I guess what he wanted was to tear the country apart good for you James call me go will go on your book tour some more they'll walk around and tell us what an honorable guy you

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"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

"Anything like that that exigent. I've never done that. You have a drink at home by yourself. No stoop dog it. You know what i'm saying. I don't do that yeah. I stoop dog at home. I had one last <hes>. Is it true you don't go down the same same road twice in a day. I try never to go down the selves crease. Explain that you know i'm curious and i might find something down the next street that if i'm going to go down twenty third street on the way to my office every day i know every single nook and cranny on that street but if i go down twenty second street if i don't know if i can go down twenty twenty first twenty. I'm going to see something that i haven't seen before right but it's gotta be annoyed. The the other day the other day i found a store that has only wheels in it so it's a store of meals and so you can get reels for any size table leg any size cart any size anything in this story cheer when you came in there like finally someone's come in and i was so happy i took a whole catalogue home now and i found the missing from one table that sounded. I don't think you'll store riveting tastic. Oh man thank you so much martha. We appreciate it. There's been a lot of fun and i hope i wasn't kevin boring go. You were fantastic. Yes barstool no good. They're gonna love you. Don't sit on barstools area. Okay there there we go. That's another tip uh..

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"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

"The new sweater. It's a down vest. Dow cozy warm cool whatever you want it to be say. The fall is the best season. I like every season. That's a cop out. Spring spring follows when you go you. Can you know you get the sweater you get the hot cocoa you get the quiche at spring is rebirth in spring is green and springs flowers and okay a lot of rain to the last one was <hes> show ponies. Do you have any. I have the trail ponies i have. I have frisians. Have you ever seen a free. No they're very large okay. They would be the right size for you should have seen it glad you're blurry. Picture yep beautiful beautiful large black horses from holland okay tales touch. The ground means long have six <music> damn imagine martha stewart's like home and connecticut before yeah. It's just a fairyland right. It's a very long yeah so martha that last one for me and we are so honored and i actually think there's a beer are most <hes> her podcast has been so fun to to hear your story and so inspiring. You guys have done your research. I congratulate you well. Speaking of research we paul we pulled our listeners and they wanted to questions questions answered so here. They are number one. How do you look so beautiful. What do you do for health and wellness exercise and to what's your daily nutrition look like well. I have a gym at home and you would be very proud of my gym. My daughter alexis built it for me. Wow i had pretty much all the equipment i haven't. I haven't gotten the <hes> t._r._x. From the ceiling to get those because i have to figure out how to get attached to them but i like i like going to the gym. I also like hiking uh-huh horseback ride every week. Wow that's good. That's really good for your legs. They're not quite like jennifer's but they're pretty good and and <hes> and nutrition i eat. Will i grow almost all my food. Even in the winter i describe eating well green juice for the morning that i that i make out of my own spinach and my own mentioned my own <hes> cucumbers the things that grow in my greenhouse during the winter and outside during lunch and for lunch vol- today we ate a sort of a heavy lunch today. I don't usually go out to lunch. I'll eat a nice piece of fish in the salad very light lunch dinner and dinner. I i like having having dinner but <hes> but for the last couple of months i haven't been drinking any alcohol and trying not to eat too much sugar and then late night snack. You're starving one in the morning running. Not i'm not i'm not a snacker pass and i never ever ever drink alone at home or anything like that that exigent. I've never done that. You have a drink at home by yourself. No stoop dog it. You know what i'm saying. I don't do that yeah. I stoop dog at home. I had one last <hes>. Is it true you don't go down the same same road twice in a day. I try never to go down the selves crease. Explain that.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

"Wow yeah so she's sharon. Patrick namus is and she worked with the dolans wins on madison square garden city and all that stuff and she but she had a lot of good ideas along with my ideas and we started martha stewart living omnimedia yeah and that omnimedia was a new way of thinking about taking a media company martha stewart with the magazines <hes> and books and then wrapping it with tv wrapping it with the internet was just becoming popular. Can you imagine nine hundred ninety ninety and the internet was just become a thing. It's not so long ago. It wasn't really a thing for another fifteen was real thought we made use of it right away. Our magazine was the first magazine to be digitally produced while on the apple computer pioneer we really and i bought my first computer in nineteen eighty you too so i was an early adopter i even got invited by by bill gates and those guys out in the west coast on chew silicon valley to to <hes> to a meeting eating of early adopters of the computer yeah because i was early but i sort of thought i sort of knew what the computer could do for us and <hes> and it has done a lot more than what i even envisioned yeah so during that stretch when you are killing it in the nineties and your brand is just going off to a different level. Was there ever a moment where you're like. You know what i'm martha stewart now. I don't have to do the research on everything everything. I i put in my books or talk about on my shows kanda not half but i think that happens a lot of times with people but if you read any if my books from from nineteen eighty two entertaining all the way until the present you will find them extremely well researched hardly a mistake tapu anything. We're very very proud of the publications and our magazines the same way. It's one of the best written magazines we've always prided ourselves on and finding other like-minded people to work on our projects with us. Our editors are fantastic editors. The magazines now being edited by a woman called elizabeth graves raves well educated young mother who's a very good editor and she has her fingers on the pulse of the reader now right you have to always make sure that you are touching that current reader and the reader's a diverse group now and our our audience is very diverse because i've i have spread out the demographic a lot by doing something so surprising as a show with snoop talk to see that means that has that has broadened the our demographics so much not only ethnically but also age wise and so that's why your daughter's like me and your wife likes me and hopefully you you like me or understand a love me of but that's why i think because i have never i always believed that people wanna learn and and as a as a teaching business we're in teaching business. I think that if you if you ever for one moment don't believe that your reader or your your customer doesn't wanna learn then you're you're a lost soul interest because they have to they have to you have to think the way they want hires so many <hes> great people if you're one of our listeners and you come to the job and martha stewart is interviewing you hypothetical i._q. Cutie q what's more important and number. Two is what it for certain characteristics..

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"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

"I was already out on helicopter. Don't mind. I don't mind both i like both because i'm a tall toll leading and i wouldn't mind some some nice big long. That's wrapped around me camping camping in a horror movie right. I read that as well dated anthony. Oh my gosh and all i could think of was was hannibal lecter liver with some really believe me. I'm sorry i won't scarred scarred. Everyone okay. We're gonna get back on track. That was fun. We have more fun coming but i i wanted to ask a serious question about being a female in a billionaire. The self made billionaire first female self made billionaire the impostor posture syndrome that a lot of women talk about and feeling like you know maybe they don't belong in a boys club. Did you ever have that you refine that he's just asked about imposter syndrome now now on saturday. I didn't hear quite quite correctly and i didn't know what she was talking about imposter syndrome but i know what you're talking about. No i never never felt that. I was brought up. Remember i had three tough brothers. I had a tough father. The eagle scouts were at our the house. All the time in the football team came for saturday breakfast after a big football game in the morning and so no i did not feel at all intimidated aided by men. I never felt that. I was not as good as any man. I never felt like any man was going to put me down and and i have a motto that women in business baby don't cry. That's my motto and that's that has held me. I kept me in a very strong. You can't cry. You can't wind. Can't you can wind. Actually i think windings okay but you you can complain but you cannot cry or show a kind of silly weakness. Don't don't think femininity is gonna get you out of any business. Problems russia's not i come obviously from team sports for twenty five years playing in the major leagues and it was always about team. You can build a great business by yourself but you build a conglomerate. Tell us what how important your team has been. And how do you find people on the way well. When i started the business i met my first president climbing mount kilimanjaro and she and i climbed up that difficult mountain it's not so easy and we talked all the way up about you know no if she asked me she was from mackenzie harvard law school harvard business school and she we talked all the way up that that long hike and at a <hes> at the high altitude about what would make a good business and i had already formulated in my mind the martha stewart living magazine and and we talked about what extensions kind of synergies could happen with that kind of publication and and we came to in agreement by the end of the trip that we would work together. It was really nice. We had sandy pittman with us to do. You remember sandy pittman. No sandy pittman was one of the first women to do all seven peaks. Remember her into thin air. I'm out well she. She got all that trouble at mount everest and although she made it to the top up in most of our team members died remember that was scary and i was supposed to be on that trip and i was going to go to base camp with her. Okay got got it and and then we were going public. That's when we started. That's why we were planning our i._p._o. So the the bankers sitting not such a great idea and i got him out every right now so i didn't go and then they had all that trouble but but i like those kinds of women who are really go getters and doers and and i still hang out with a lot of people like susan marino we know who's here today with us who build their own own thing <hes> do their own thing but what about her in their walk up the harvard business woman and plus free because she was very smart she started e._s._p._n..

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"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on The Corp

"Welcome back to season two of the corp. I am your co host the big cat. I'm here with my co host. Alex rodriguez a rod. It's going to be back to have a second season. I am so excited. You know people everywhere where i go everywhere travelled and been like what's going on with seeing to already. Let's go where hungary and <hes> is going to be. I think even better than season one. I agree and we have a lot in store for everyone so we're doing something a little different. If you remember listening to the corporate season one we dropped everything all at once this season. We're going going to be doing to episodes every tuesday. I believe <hes> and we will pair people together interesting business people. We have kevin bacon and martha stewart this week. We have danika patrick coming up. <hes> stephanie mcmahon all kinds of people from all kinds of walks of life coming up on the corporate season two two so this episode though martha stewart. Maybe my favorite one we've done because she is so energetic so full life. She's written ninety four books or whatever it was. You've known her for awhile now. How that friendship come start yeah. Martha's a force of nature. I i got got to know her back. When i was early days coming to the yankee stadium and she would always sit george steinbrenner seats and would always talk about my my butt in pinstripes. I was like whoa but i've always been a huge fan of hers. I didn't realize how big the conglomerates she built run van in the fact that you know she's not a teenager and she still goes on dating apps. I i just thought the whole thing was awesome. She's such a pioneer and such a role model for everybody. Yes she really is in its. She is definitely <hes> everything about her. You know the the t._v. Host how she's reinvented her career that we talked about <hes> the differences you know the first active recruiter the second career similar yours and i have to ask you this question though <hes> so i'm going to ask a different question for for the intro throw to every single show something a little different for people to the nugget they can get great. <hes> what is we talked about home furnishing with mar- martha stewart and her career and how it is evolved. I'm obsessed with athlete couches. I think athletes have the best couches in the world that the biggest most comfortable couches. What was the first big couch you bought and how much was the first couch i bought was probably in seattle. I was a teenager. I was making good money not like crazy money not like dan cats money waiting for i'm open. I'm getting a bonus issue. Corporal literally yeah <hes> it was a big black black couch and they had in front of course of a big screen t._v. yup and it probably cost. I would say about eight hundred dollars. Oh okay that was nine hundred ninety ninety five or whatever it was but i really do think when you're when you go to an athlete's home and martha stewart probably go against because i don't think she would advise getting enormous oversized couches whenever i go to an athlete's home like that couches pretty <hes> no regular people don't get back out in that that large because they s extra-large or large. I'm talking to my feet. Hang out so you go into an athlete. A bachelor's usually like black leather couch too big screen t._v.'s for football games on sundays and stuff yeah. No one can steal this idea but i'm gonna say it because this is a business podcast but a hank can attest to this. I've had the idea of doing a coffee table. Book exclusively of aptly fleet couches. I love it right by kazan. You're looking at the couch while you're sitting on the couch. It's a whole it's a whole mellow biden. That'd be a bonus share there. We go perfect okay before before we get into our interview with martha stewart a quick word from our sponsor linked in so when i got hired for the corp i didn't go through lincoln and and you probably wish that we had gone through. I did yeah and ended up with me. So that right there tells you why you should use. Lincoln and hiring is in simple as putting an ad in the paper posting into job board when you're juggling hiring with everything it takes to grow your businesses importantly reach the right can't at the right time..

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How AI is Changing The Content Generation Process

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

09:11 min | 1 year ago

How AI is Changing The Content Generation Process

"Always say that. Yes, tech is going to remove to the job roles, but he's also creating new roles digital age, it's probably creating more than it's actually removing and yes, there is no such thing as a job for life anymore. But we must all adapt to the continuously of over digital landscape and reinvent ourselves now in a former life. Of course, I was an IT manager. But now I create written an audio content a future-proof myself, ROY. Not really, because I can't rating how offficial intelligence is changing the content generation process, and even writing its own content. So I wanted to find out more not just in name of self preservation. But how helpful it can be to everyone listening? Now I loved today's conversation. I suspect your going to so book up and hold on tight. So I can be meal is auto. I descend from Cisco where they're having an even craziest spell of whether the wheel here in the UK so we can speak with Nihar some CEO of content stack, and she's going to tell us all about how automatically intelligence is changing the content generation process. So massive. All welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners who you are? And what you do, sir. Hi, everybody. My name is named Hassan Pat, I'm the founder and CEO of content stack stack is a company that's changing how organizations delivered digital content to their audiences. We have in modern content management system. We consider it now the world of content experiences. So we like to think of it as a content experience platform, not Shimon that produces content for a living. Well, the Shyam nervously optimistic about the. How do you think is changing the whole content generation process, so Khun crate completely original stories at the moment, but could that change? Well, interestingly enough, we're already seeing examples where a is powering content processing analysis. It's becoming a really crucial part of the content generation process as well. So to answer your question. Yes, it's already changing fed. I condemn. I didn't give you a few examples of, of how as being used in the content world today. One of the ones that I actually think a super interesting is text intelligence and analysis. So if you think about AI being able to actually analyze the tone, or the sentiment of content when it's being written, and maybe suggesting if it's suitable for an intended audience, their services out there that will do that language, detection, keyword, extraction profanity detection, and an essentially tell you hate that sentence that you wrote displays anger or displays love, and it helps you decide how you want. Continue to write an ocean. How are you? Seeing natural language processing, natural language generation accelerating that process of content generation is anything you can share around those fields at the moment sharing. Yes. So, like we talked about a is not necessarily generating full stories quite yet. Although it's kind of headed in that direction, and natural language processing natural, language detection, which is sometimes called NLP natural language processing natural language, generation and LG. These are things that can help accelerate the process of content generation some of these areas, where is already helping is, is actually doing content translations taking content one language translating it to another language or maybe to a Cal or to generation, and potentially providing transcription of video and audio and turning that into content that can actually be legible, usable adding tone or a sentiment too, that tagging or creating automatic meta data in content. Which is often used for websites and mobile applications and things like that. And you if you're familiar with tools like grammar, early doing grammar checks, potentially saying, hey, you might want to say the sentence differently protecting your content making sure that there's trademark protection. You know, checking against things that are out there on the internet, or things that are out in the world that have already copyrighted a lot of that is happening, and it's helping people to actually generate content work quickly. And with some automating, she I'm still into see more and more transcription services as well. So something like this conversation that we're having today, we have a twenty minute conversation. Trump's grow up full thousand words it could be repurposes different forms of content that really seems to be gathering pace, too. Doesn't it? Absolutely. Yes, in that's actually pretty interesting because if you think about writing it used to be you'd gravity typewriter need, sit behind it, and you try to write something. And now if you have a conversation like this, or if you're even a writer who sometimes says better having a conversation talking through something you can record yourself and that might create something that can turn into a blog post, you just have to go in and make a few tweaks, and then there's actually tools that will layer on top of that, and help you make those tweaks in an AI generated fashion. So the question of Goto ask, what of content stock for into all this, and how is it using to help its customers create those two experiences that we're talking about. Yes. So from our perspective, the world of content management systems of tomorrow, should be a already. They have to have something built in that will essentially, let a I be part of, of the way that Content's being generated on delivered a has to be easily integrated and you should be able to use all the best in best degreed services that are out there to do that. You don't you shouldn't have to be able to just work with only one content management system provider or one company. So we think of everything as Derry open and flexible and so- content sex, the first modern CMs, or the modern content management system that embeds AI into its user experience, and we've integrated with tools and systems like IBM's Watson Salesforce, Einstein on a company called monkey one to give contents debt customers the ability to easily leverage a to create highly personalized content digital experiences that go beyond standard demographics in traditional audience. Segmentation. Really while you're using content stack, you can integrate with all these tools that you like to use and use those to help you make your content smarter better sentiment easier, degenerate faster and integrated with everything that you care about from an analytic standpoint as optimization. Greece side and all that good stuff. You she'll pretty hogh-profile twilla though as well. Which is Miami Heat Maria. And Martha Stewart tonight, just a few. But do you have any use cases? It will help anyone listening anywhere in the world visualize. How you'll creating those a digital experiences but also how valuable they are to businesses to share? Yeah. Actually, one of my favorite ones, and this is something that most people can relate to especially those that are sports fans is the Miami Heat, actually, in the Miami Heat is one of the most beloved teams in the National Basketball Association, the NBA here in the US, and it's one of those experiences where people think about them as modern and. David one tons of awards for their digital mobile app and that digital mobile app is actually powered by content stack. So if you think about what that app is, it's a fan experience app that allows fans to engage both during a game. And also while they're at home continuing to be fans. But what's really exciting is when they're if you're actually going to the arena to attend one of the games, you can use the app to do everything for navigating to the arena parking at the arena, ticketless entry into the arena way. Finding to your seat in seat ordering all of the things that you want to do to interact with players in social media, and other fans that might be at the arena, that's all powered through content stack through integrations and within that saying, digital experienced Dan app. And what's exciting about that, from the Miami Heat's perspective, is that they're able to maximize engagement with the fan? They know what fans like which beverages or what kind of merchandise they bought and which. Games. They like to go to and they can push custom offers accordingly making that experience super personalized delight for delightful for the fans. But then what ends up happening is they get a really incredible return on investment, or what they like to consider a return on experience for their, their use of that mobile

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Life in the future: Tech that will change the way we live

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:42 min | 1 year ago

Life in the future: Tech that will change the way we live

"This week in New York City, a merging of the minds of the future, as it takes place before us, we refer, of course, to WSJ's future of everything festival. Let's dive headfirst into it, and who better to take a head dive with other than one Martha Stewart who, of course, just partnered with food delivery. Business post mates for a new set of commercials, encouraging people to quote just post made it and quote and for all the talk at FOE kicking off an exciting week Martha Stewart's thoughts on the new digital food space as well as her delivery habits captured much of the attention last night. I live in Bedford, New York, and I was thinking last night, why the heck didn't I order post mates or at least why didn't I have a Martha and morally spoon kit in my fridge, because there was nothing in the fridge, I was starving and had Mexican. So it's very inconvenient. If you don't have all these new convenience. And I think there's just fantastic such a such a great thing for families for singles for dating whatever smart cars are still fighting for the future spotlight as well. And NFO e an interesting conversation about the new wave of emotionally intelligent cars has sparked up debate when over psychology privacy and big tech in recent months, computer vision software has come under criticism for being optimized for white faces with claims that the technology falls short at recognizing minorities at the future of everything festival. Carol Riley co founder of drive dot AI said buys technology, like artificial intelligence, the kind that sometimes fails to recognize darker. Skinned women is crucial to advancing autonomous vehicles as the discussion on an bias facial recognition, how it is almost a solved problem for white males. It's ninety nine point nine nine nine percent accurate. But for darker skin females particularly at sixty. Seven percent and for use case like self driving cars if we deploy that product, that's not good enough. We need ways that these cars need to communicate in signal to the world around it, it's intention is and how it's behavior is going to affect everyone around it. So in really I mean we've broken down the bias problem and it's from like the data that you collect how you label it. Your engine years, building it the product team, deployment and testing it. So there's blind spots all over smart, cars, need, dwell, and smart cities. And the future of cities is proving to be another controversial subject. But one that's got a bright future in front of it, as well brighter than it was for New York in February, at least that, of course, is when Amazon abandoned its plan to build it's two point five billion dollar New York City headquarters in queens, this major blow then caused a corporate welfare debate that ended up leaving the spotlight on Hudson yards. Stephen Ross founder of. Related companies. That's the developer of Hudson yards. Spoke at the future of everything festival and addressed these smart city controversy. I think these type of projects is large mix us live work, play type of projects are really the future for cities, because the cities will be growing, and how will they grow, you know, and how would they be sustainable? And to me, you wanna be in a place where, you know, it's kind of a live were playing vitamin, you can get there easily and have everything your fingertips, because that's the band, is about living in cities, something, the scale of Hudson yards won't work everywhere else, because this is New York City. We had to build it at, at about the highest income level, you could get,

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Martha Stewart on Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman: 'I just feel sorry for them'

Colleen and Bradley

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Martha Stewart on Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman: 'I just feel sorry for them'

"You what Martha dog commenting on the Felicity Huffman and Laurie Lachlan situation. The fact that they are staring down the barrel of prison time, and Martha Stewart who has been there, you might remember just said, I feel just feel sorry for them. And they might have made a bad mistake. Yep. Thank remember. When she served time in prison after convicted on numerous felony charges five months at a women's prison in West Virginia and two thousand and four and she said in two thousand seventeen no one should have to go through that. It's a very very awful. We knew this was going to happen, right? We said this at the outset just waiting for the wait for the wave of. Well, they were just mom's trying to be do right by their kids. And there was going to be a lot of that in a lot of explaining away and excuse making by people first of all Martha Stewart, right? I mean, convicted felon feels bad for another potentially convicted felon. Yeah. I mean, she's been in prison. Feels bad for

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CBD products are popping up in stores near you

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

CBD products are popping up in stores near you

"The compound CBD that comes from marijuana has gone mainstream mainstream retailers such as Walgreens and Martha Stewart or selling skin creams and oils that contain CBD a compound derived from marijuana that doesn't cause a high companies however being advised the slowdown because I've current legal hurdles says Garrett Rudolph with marijuana. Venture magazine we've seen a lot of companies being singled out for producing ABD product. So it really is kind of gray area. The moment companies are engaged in a balancing act risk versus

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Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart And Cannabis discussed on KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart And Cannabis discussed on KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

"Might be the logical next step for Martha Stewart, she already co hosts a cooking show with snoop Dogg. Now, she signed on with canopy growth, the world's largest cannabis company as an advisor the plan to develop a broad new line of products both for humans and

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Martha Stewart teaming with cannabis company

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Martha Stewart teaming with cannabis company

"No, you are not smoking something. Well, you might be. But perhaps so as Martha Stewart who is starting a new line of cannabis based products. The domestic diva is partnering with canopy growth to help develop new products that contain the non psychoactive CBD and other health derived cannabis cannabinoid now first things first pets CBD products for animals are becoming increasingly popular. But Stewart hasn't said yet what eight minutes or other edible. She might be offering for your pets. And can be growth as canopy growth. Rather is one of the most high profile companies in a rapidly growing cannabis

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Household Name

Household Name

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Household Name

"This. Of course was not the first time. Martha Stewart was at the center of a high profile court case Stewart was convicted on all four charges. She faced conspiracy obstruction of Justice and two counts of making false statements. And you could argue Martha never would have ended up in court with Macy's and JC Penney. If it wasn't for that first case before the two thousand four case, Martha is like a superstar. She's got a TV show. She's got her magazine she selling books, right and left and then in two thousand and one she makes a stock. Trade Martha stockbroker had given her a tip that the pharmaceutical company ImClone didn't get FDA approval for drug. She's told her stock before the news was public and was accused of insider trading in two thousand and four. She was convicted of conspiracy obstruction of Justice and making false statements to a federal investigator after the trial a stone face Martha walk. Out of the courtroom and spoke to the cameras waiting for her outside more than two hundred people have lost their jobs at my company. She was sentenced to five months in a minimum security prison. And I'll be back. I will be back. Martha got out boarded a private plane. Martha Stewart getting on the plane was whisked home. She'd spent another five months on house arrest to the handful of van der there with her daughter. It's a low point for Martha Stewart the person and Martha Stewart the brand she was no longer the CEO and along the face of the magazine, and then in the fall of two thousand five Martha sentence was up. So okay. So she gets out and there's a big question Mark over her at this moment remain. There was a question about whether she could still be the face of something. Right. And how do you save face when when she's been in prison? Martha began a comeback tour. She published two books in two months, she expanded her existing collection at K mart. She hosted a new daytime talk show. I it feels like spring, and it's so exciting because the garden is starting to grow that he's got in on Saint Patrick's Day as they're supposed to even even got her own spin off of the apprentice is they went actually remember this someone with big creative ideas, possibly even one big idea. I looking for it does not get good ratings, but her magazine was recovering and she was back on the cover. This was actually a pretty good comeback for somebody who had just spent five months in prison and had weathered a major PR disaster. But Martha one more she didn't just want her brand to be where it had been a year ago before her prison sentence. She wanted to be better and bigger..

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Ryan Reynolds says that parenting has made him a better person: 'I sort of miss being horrible'

Ellen on the Go

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Ryan Reynolds says that parenting has made him a better person: 'I sort of miss being horrible'

"Ellen. And Ryan Reynolds, we just got back from the Middle East from Abu Dhabi. So she's a national jet lagged. I bet so good on a plane. She's pretty good. You know, I mean, you know, quite a Blow blow darts darts. inhale one for myself. But no, she's she's actually pretty good. You know, she's into her book center. Little, you know, often. Yeah. Nice. Very kind of analog. It's good because she's four and then you had another one with Blake recently. How old is that child from sex and? Yes, we had to. It is that she's too. Yeah. He's just too. So you've only had sex the twice. Yeah. It's a mercenary job. Now, it's just clinical. So for third soon. They say you need to do ten thousand hours of anything. You want to be an expert at? That's true. That was in the book, right? We'll. Right. So I heard that your neighbors with Martha Stewart. That's right. Okay. So for Christmas, how do you compete with something like that? Because she must decorate do decorate. No, I don't at all. I would never even try to do that. If I decorated the whole house would just be like, I don't know like old spit or something like this. No, I have none of that sensibility. But my wife. Decorate if you spit, she's amazing at it. And I hope to someday create like competition at some point where we're kind of you should. So is so Christmas must be really fun for you because you have kids, and that's like a really great time. And and you seem to I mean, you brought your daughter by herself here. So he love being a dad. I love it. It's like it's really kind of made me a better person. I think you know, I I sort of miss being horrible. Yeah. It's it's hard. Like, you know, everybody has it's always a challenge. It's like, you know, I think like blinking now is like tiny little breaks all day. But you know. The dream. You know? My buddies. I love it. So once upon a dead pool, tell us this is they did something special with this. Right. I get a lot of parents who say are they ever going to PG thirteen version of deadpool because parents and adults myself included want content that they can watch with their kids. You know? So it's also entertaining for you. And that's what this this version of deadpool really is. I mean I have seen frozen with my daughters. So so many times. And. A lot of parents play frozen backwards. It's actually I shot for shot remake of the exorcist. Obviously a lot of parents. That's why I was really crowded about the deadpool two PG thirteen cut because it's it's not only credibly entertainment for great. 'cause we're we're associated with fudge cancer. We're calling fudge cancer. Now, even though it's actually called something else cancer. So yeah, you can also check it out. Let's cancer dot com. But so a portion of every ticket sold as is going to this. It's going to that. So that's fantastic.

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Meek Mill's Legal Troubles

Ellen on the Go

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Meek Mill's Legal Troubles

"Let's talk for a second about meek mill. Okay. So I'm going to be honest. I didn't know who make mill was until this view, and I I was was really reliable. about the booking because I'm from Philly, and he's a huge story in Philly. So meek mill is a hip hop artists from Philly right and meek mill when he was really young by the Philadelphia police, and he did a little time. And he encountered a he encountered a judge in Philly who is a really tough judge. And so when he was released from prison, you know, years later he was on a very strict parole and while he was on while he was on parole. He was in New York City, and he rode motorcycle on only his back wheel. He wrote a Whealy as I used to call it right in New York City, and he got a ticket for it. He then posted that video on Instagram. Yes. And how'd that go of his judge? The judge saw it was a parole violation. He was called in for it. And he was put back in jail so began an odyssey in which everyone in the country, including the DA of the city of. Adelphia who would normally be charged with prosecuting crimes? Everybody in cute, including him wanted meek mill freed, and this judge would not do it. And so free meek mill became like, a national trending topic a national campaign by some of the biggest, you know, celebrities in the country, and he was finally released from prison. I think last may and he and he flew by helicopter. He didn't know he was being released. They they kept it a secret from him. They didn't want a big crowd there. Too late joined crowd showed up he went via helicopter from prison to a Sixers game. It was just an unbelievable story. And he's like a really incredible guy. Who's now he's still an artist. He's still a musician. He's got a new album out, but he's dedicating his life to prison reform. And so we booked them to talk to him. He didn't perform we booked him to talk to them. Ellen was fascinated by him. I thought it was I thought it was fascinating. Yeah. So you're in for for stupid reasons, you shouldn't have been in there. And you had no idea that so many people were fight. Adding to get you out. You had no idea. I did have an idea after like the fourth day the first week. I was I was being a public figure. They put me like a loan. Twenty three hours a day when I got out I actually start watching the news on TV. And I was saying like CNN like big TV stations talk about my situation must be. Yeah. Good. These situations. People go to Jovan these things all the time. Marnie things not even committing crime. Which people don't understand a lot of people will see somebody violated. Violated could've been loitering star. But it could have been anything. Yeah. Police contact violation. So a lot of people would say he belongs in jail. I didn't commit a crime and good since I've been. Yeah. No, you did not belong in jail at all you didn't. So so how do you? So the day you find out you're getting out. What did you know, you're getting out or did? They just came to you and said you go. I was in my so I just cooked have race in macro. They go they sell like a macro fish, and I was eating and I was watching the news actually three or four o'clock time you show come on east coast, four o'clock. Watching the news and mill is. Jumped up in the air. And you know, I was leaving ten minutes later. So you get out and you saw all the people outside waiting for you. I came out side. I was kind of like dizzy. Yeah. That's amazing to see that many people supporting you and celebrating you getting out how long were you in five and a half months. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you're out now until you're the face of criminal Justice reform, and and did you ever get to this point just having grown up in an Enviro. environ?

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"But oh, gosh, we put those gigantic boobs that Illinois incorporates into her Halloween costumes on or we brought out Martha Stewart and a pie had a reunion a reunion from one of her very well known movies shocked her she was so surprised and it was fantastic. You now famously joined Instagram you finally joined Instagram. I did. Yes. Okay. I noticed you have three million followers. I do. Yeah. I have sixty million. And so. Julia Roberts, fifty one. Ellen Degeneres sixty steam sixty million. And so I have at least fifty one million to help you. Okay. That's why we're were. Yes. How can you help me? Because if I'm going to show, you how to get more followers because I know how to get followers because I have sixty million as I said. All right. Do I have to post nude? Well, ultimately. Yes. All right. So a lot of people Mike is going to take a picture of you and like just to the tropical background there. Yeah. That's good. Like act like you're on vacation don't. Yeah. Yeah. All right now. Are very popular. Okay. Bring out the Kardashian bring it now. You are going to be for this. Percent. Sure, you want followers or not. I guess I'm supposed to want. I'm not sure yes. You are. All right. So you have that that's going to help you get followers. Okay. Food is big you ever post food food is very big bring it'd be bigger than this..

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Julia Roberts would rather people focus on unshaven legs than her age

Ellen on the Go

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Julia Roberts would rather people focus on unshaven legs than her age

"So Julia Roberts did not shave her legs. My gosh. That was so funny for the show when she appeared. It was kind of funny can watch six hours of Ellena. Julia. Yes. Yes. Without a doubt from the start when Julia walks out in her like red holiday. Cheerful outfit and wearing lake. She looked like grew. Race is a very beautiful grace loot. The Russians crew. Despicable me. And then Julia talked about wearing bright colors. Don't normally. But she does enjoy. Plaid you can tell she watches the show. She's totally right. And Ellen has no memory of that before. But very quickly upon Julia walking out somehow, Ellen was rubbing Julius Baer legs to see if she had shaved they were talking about the monologue about how how in every article that refers to your age and Julia said I would rather say Julia Roberts who hasn't shaved her legs in two weeks, and then Ellen filter leg and said, it's not two weeks. Definitely some stubble. It was so funny. It was just an amazing interview. Just like they have a terrific chemistry. Yeah. They really are fun. So we're gonna play clip of Julia Roberts for you now. And then you should watch the entire interview. Because I know it is still on your DVR. Listen, do you get the fifty one? I do do you get that really magazines all the time. You know, what I don't like is when they like frontload your age for you like I told a story in a magazine not that long ago. And I said, you know, and for my my birthday, I said something about being fifty and they changed it to fifty one because three weeks after the magazine came out. I was going to be fifty one right? And I felt well hold on a minute. Yeah. Not fair that is not truth in advertising. It's not wait, wait until I tell you know, your sixty hell the hell. I mean, I would rather they say, you know. Julia Roberts to hasn't shaved her legs in a week. At least that gives you some sort of interesting information if not true, did you shave today? Not today. Maybe yesterday. Five o'clock show. Very sexy. Have them. We can't have five shadows. Who says we can't? Well, you do. Yeah. Yeah. But it's a door will because you're adorable and fifty why because you're fifty one seriously. Why don't you text me back though? Okay. This is not I will not bear the burden of the responsibility of the lack of texting the last person. Who texted was me? I thank you for those beautiful flowers. You've sent a took a picture of them. I sent them to you nothing in this was years ago. Now, it's interesting we've been doing this a long time. But like when Julia Roberts is in the building it's a different feeling than than sometimes when their other people in the building like, you just there's there's a little bit about the to the stage win someone like Julia Roberts is in your big old movie stars and she time movie star. Yeah. And I love her show by the way homecoming and she's doing TV now. Yeah. Homecoming ten episodes on Amazon, I think so good. I loved it doesn't like bog yourself down taking ourselves. So seriously, not at all days losing every single game. I. Yeah. Like loved it. The other thing I love we did. Yeah. We helped her get more Instagram followers. She joined Instagram over the summer. Right. She has three million followers. Ellen has sixty million. A fact that Ellen needed to remind Julia of no less than so you have three million sixty million. So she helped her up her Instagram game. Right. So our friend Matt right produces segment and with the help of Kevin Leman came up with things to do to. Photograph in severe her Instagram Instagram picks with Julia, and it did not disappoint we posted album on Instagram on our at the Ellen show.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Be a match made in heaven Marthe that they could help you with your carton. My farm. I don't want I want. I want them. I don't want them to help me with my farm. I wanna be hoeing. Farmers died. Cots convinces? Oh, brian. At your new cook. This before we go has its you're eighty nine this time. Right. Martha Martha Stewart, we Lau cook we laugh because in the intro. You said you'd never really used a slow cooker before. But you knew that they were really popular. Yes. Now, isn't this? What people used to call a crock pot. Yeah. This is the Lucien of a crock pot. And and it is so good the food is so delicious and this book, we set out with no holes barred and no preconceptions because it's not just dump a bunch of meat and vegetables in a pot as some water and turn it on and like wearing a mushroom soup. No, no. It isn't any of that. So you can make savory you can make sweet you can make cinnamon buns. You can make apple Chris majett. You made Amway apple Chris from from my air, some of that our producer John is standing next to bring over the place for some reload win, everything Brian. I don't know. No, no. It's okay. You can share. Yeah. Anyway, so you had did you have fun making this this cookbook as usual so much fun. I I mean, I'm excited because I have to walk a few miles a day back and forth from the kitchens here. This is a block long long block Levin Detroit having to to eat all this food. Here. Gives us a Katie. Incredible. It's apple Chris. This is an ad with cranberry just pick something happens friend or something to do with the handrails on credible air. Brian you take a bite, they taste, okay. Okay. That is so good. And it's the apple c- fresh apples. The apples are delicious. Some there's a whole crock. After the berries in verse cranberry. So so there's the best interview we've ever done. Now. This and no one else brings us to China's for us to made us these really delicious, scrambled eggs that were struck. So slowly with truffle butter and a brioche toast. That was a long way when I bought my house in east Hampton, Iowa had still had the barefoot Contessa shop of on the town, and we became friends that I started her TV show. Did you know that I tell you that show that you were a God that I started her television. She can she did mention that Martha. Yup. She said that you wrote the introduction to her first cookbook and wear your mislead helpful to her. Yep. So we have a lightning round. Okay. Yeah. But I was gonna ask Martha about what I know said how somebody who didn't cook why they would watch her show. But Brian I were saying we love to watch cooking shows. Because even if we're not cooking, whatever's being made, you learn and they're so relaxing. There's something that kind of hypnotic and away eat. Yeah. You could hungry. These apples are to live. They our delicious. This whole thing is super yummy. All right, me, Brian. Why don't you start the light Iraq?.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

Great Women of Business

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

"Most part been a solo act her lure was her new england charm nestled into a colonial farmhouse which is what made her twenty sixteen television show such an unexpected surprise since the fall of two thousand sixteen martha stewart has been cooking with rapper snoop dogg on their vh one show martha and snoop's potluck dinner the show initially drew skepticism from fans of both media moguls snoop it made a career as a rapper whose only familiarity with baked goods would seem to be laced with thc a stark contrast to martha's suburban charm perhaps the best review of the show came from australia's special broadcasting service quote at first glance snoop dogg and martha stewart appeared to have little in common on closer inspection this is totally confirmed but the two of actually been good friends for over a decade since snoop first appeared on her show in two thousand eight but it wasn't until twenty fifteen that they decided to begin working together after reconnecting while working on the comedy central roast of justin bieber of all things over the next year they developed a cooking show called martha and snoop's potluck dinner party which immediately earned a coveted one hundred percent fresh on review website rotten tomatoes in part due to the charming banter between the two martha teaches and snoop makes her laugh burton brown yeah what you call the vanillin his bargain no no it isn't he white it means the no ochre it's the flavor martha has spent forty five years building a successful career adhering to the basic business principles that she's been developing since she launched her catering business in nineteen seventy five first.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

Great Women of Business

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

"Martha is authentic this is the genius to her business model she is endlessly passionate about her brand and its potential for growth which allows her to be on trend without feeling trendy following her release from alderson in two thousand five stewart wasted no time in rebuilding her business she created a new daytime cooking show the martha stewart show and developed a weekly radio show on sirius satellite radio it was a call in show that encouraged fans to engage with stewart on a personal level she also released a new book the martha rules which details the way in which she followed a personal passion homemaking and turn it into a big idea her catering business which in turn was able to grow into a media empire the book reads like a manifesto the ways by which she would rebuild her own business while cheerleading her fans onto similar success in less than a year stewart was able to make martha stewart living omnimedia profitable again a book a tv show and a radio program she crammed some people's entire career into about twelve months her immediate success impressed even some of her most avid doubters but when you consider her work ethic and brilliant mind it should have come as much less of a surprise you know martha once admitted on television that she has been struck by lightning three times do not tell this woman that creative genius won't strike twice after fulfilling the terms of her plea agreement to not sit on the board of any corporation for five years following her prison sentence martha returned to the board of ms l o in twenty eleven the martha stewart show ran until twenty twelve a few months after wrapping she launched a new show with pbs called martha stewart's cooking school that same year martha also resumed her role as chairman of martha stewart omnimedia under her guidance omnimedia was able to branch out out into four distinguished areas publishing broadcast internet and merchandising all of which were able to cross promote one another in addition to martha stewart living ms elo added several magazines to their repertoire including non martha centric everyday food and body and soul but martha's comeback is far from unique story the most well known business comeback is probably steve jobs in.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

Great Women of Business

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

"Two thousand three he also tried virgin vodka wine energy drinks a clothing line wedding dresses and a social networking site that was meant to replace facebook you've never heard of these ventures because they all quickly failed and branson removed them off the market he knew that his products weren't working he cut his losses and reinvested in the parts of his company that were viable admitting defeat can oftentimes pave the way to victory if you're smart enough to stay calm be resourceful and keep focused on the task at hand martha's business was growing but the energy she was throwing into her business took a toll on the rest of her relationships so much so that in nineteen eighty seven andy moved out of turkey hill friends of the couple were shocked as the to it always seemed close but in private the pair had been struggling to make their marriage work following a bitter three year separation the couple divorced in nineteen ninety for the time being martha continued to live at turkey hill with her daughter alexis some of the greatest entrepreneurs have found their stride in moments of hardship had steve jobs never been fired from apple he never would have gone on to create pixar fred smith received a failing grade at yale university for his business project on an overnight parcel delivery service before going on to create fedex following suit martha began to devote every waking second to her business challenging herself to see how far martha stewart inc could grow it became the most important relationship in her life this was the beginning of martha's second chapter her focus was squarely on the future and she had a very big idea voltaire once said quote the superfluous is a very necessary thing and quote and he was almost certainly speaking about a martha stewart christmas special every year stewart demonstrates ways to make live wreaths custom wrapping paper and festive potpourri behind her a room adorned with holly garland and a twelve foot christmas tree.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

Great Women of Business

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

"And l she thrived in the competitive fast paced sales environment she loved having a front row seat to watching massive corporations succeed and fail always dependent on the strength of their leadership it seemed to her that the most successful businesses were the ones that keyed into the needs of their consumers and reinvite vested in their image constantly this would later become another of martha's business principles engage with your consumers and be clear about what you're selling them and comic downturn in nineteen seventythree caused massive layoffs down wall street while martha retained her job she and andrew decided not to take chances they took this as an opportunity to leave new york with their finances intact they retreated to westport connecticut where they purchased an eighteen o five farmhouse called turkey hill the dilapidated property was in need of massive repairs but the stuarts were up to the task despite pouring countless hours into renovating her new farmhouse martha still felt the need to channel her love of cooking into a more ambitious project it was at turkey hill in her small basement kitchen that martha stewart would start a case during company called uncatered affair in one thousand nine hundred seventy five at thirty five morrison became a first time entrepreneur she has since said that she chose catering because cooking was her passion and catering allowed her to make her passion profitable martha recalls the madness that ensued from trying to run a full scale catering business out of a kitchen with no fridge luckily she said the basement was so cold that the food stayed refrigerated on its own bleak beginnings but much as small acorns grow mighty oak trees uncatered affair would lay the foundation for one of the largest media and retail empires in the world martha stewart tot herself gourmet cooking by practicing every recipe in mastering the art.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

Great Women of Business

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Great Women of Business

"She was only twenty and already a fulltime student and career woman in the same year she met andrew stewart a student at yale law they hit it off right away and married later that year she took a one year sabbatical from barnard following the wedding partially to help settle into married life and make a home for herself and her new husband not only did she set up their manhattan apartment but she also spent the weekends in the berkshires with andy renovating an old schoolhouse the two used as a country getaway martha's brother george recalled summer spent with the couple who he describes as generous and loving martha loved the berkshires george said she's the type who needs land to work in the year the couple i settled in manhattan she was so desperate for a patch of green that she started raising orchids in the bathtub martha stewart follows her passions unabashedly in fact when she returned to barnard college in nineteen sixty three she ditched the chemistry major for a double major that better suited her tastes european art history and architecture history following graduation she continued to support her family through modeling while her husband andrew established his law career but win at twenty four martha's daughter alexis was born in one thousand nine sixty five stewart decided to leave the world of modeling in search of something more financially stable in nineteen sixty seven she landed work as a stockbroker at a boutique firm on wall street called monas williams.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Katie Couric

"And home depot and michaels and lacking in humility i actually working harder now that i probably work ten years ago although who knows i mean i don't keep track before brian inner checks and has a question i just want to mention if people here a little noise i'm drinking at delicious martha stewart cappuccino and let some martha coffee reeling at still coffee that we sell in our cafe down on the first floor did you see the cafe did it was all what's it like walk into no building and seen the martha stewart cafe i want the katie couric cafe when you should have won that one was by a coffee oh yes you can buy the call you a downstairs that the cafe nowhere else and online oon on large martha stewart and martha stewart cafe dot com we're working on the whole light of these cafes now really on the whole team is down the hall working wage today people from all over the country are in today looking at and tasting a samples of a different things that we're going to be selling as he can i as howard schultz a run for his money it's a very different concept as of smaller footprint i'll be soclean in office buildings like this when this this building has i think over five thousand five hundred people working in it and there was no cafe will looking at this wall of emmys than i'm staring out i wouldn't bet against two but before we we delve into your bio which is something we do on this show bhudu oh we do we do but before we go all the way back i was interesting you just mentioned your company being sold and i think a lot of people remember that moment in 1999 win martha stewart living omnimedia went public young you served homemade brioche if the new york stock exchange lost salon a little bit about the journey of the company since then to the point that you're sort of selling it now you're no longer well it was a that was the probably one of the most exciting days in my life except for the day that my daughter alexis was born.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Katie Couric

"And home depot and michaels and lacking in humility i actually working harder now that i probably work ten years ago although who knows i mean i don't keep track before brian inner checks and has a question i just want to mention if people here a little noise i'm drinking at delicious martha stewart cappuccino and let some martha coffee reeling at still coffee that we sell in our cafe down on the first floor did you see the cafe did it was all what's it like walk into no building and seen the martha stewart cafe i want the katie couric cafe when you should have won that one was by a coffee oh yes you can buy the call you a downstairs that the cafe nowhere else and online oon on large martha stewart and martha stewart cafe dot com we're working on the whole light of these cafes now really on the whole team is down the hall working wage today people from all over the country are in today looking at and tasting a samples of a different things that we're going to be selling as he can i as howard schultz a run for his money it's a very different concept as of smaller footprint i'll be soclean in office buildings like this when this this building has i think over five thousand five hundred people working in it and there was no cafe will looking at this wall of emmys than i'm staring out i wouldn't bet against two but before we we delve into your bio which is something we do on this show bhudu oh we do we do but before we go all the way back i was interesting you just mentioned your company being sold and i think a lot of people remember that moment in 1999 win martha stewart living omnimedia went public young you served homemade brioche if the new york stock exchange lost salon a little bit about the journey of the company since then to the point that you're sort of selling it now you're no longer well it was a that was the probably one of the most exciting days in my life except for the day that my daughter alexis was born.

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"martha stewart" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"martha stewart" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"And then passed over for uh people who really don't have the team's best interests at heart then they only think it's something we all learn from it i think the empowering message here's side its behavior is is this what we do isn't so who we are how much sell we have well that's a really great insight into leadership that i've never heard quite discuss that way my guest is been sam walker he is an editor and he's been a columnist he's been the wall street journal for for a long time and his book is called the captain class the hidden force that creates the world's greatest teams there is a link to his book in the show notes for this episode of the podcast and and and tanks thanks sam bank mike okiro player option martha stewart really started something she has become the poster child for having the nice neat perfect holman cooking things just so and decorating in that certain special way and she has many followers but not everyone is on board with that perfect home lifestyle one of those people is lisa quinn lisa is an emmy award winning tv host cheese host of the show home with lisa quinn which is seen on the live well network and she's also author of a book called life's too short to fold fitted sheets welcome lisa so you were a selfdescribed martha stewart impersonator who probably folded fitted sheets and now you're not folding fitted sheet youths rebelled against that to some degree so did you have in a pithy moment.

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