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Untapped Potential: India's Growing Podcast Market, Analyzed by Mae Mariyam Thomas
"Last year. Chargeable reported that there were twice as many new english-language podcasts that were created in twenty twenty compared to the previous year and many languages so much more growth the highest being hindi-language podcast which grew by fourteen times more which was doubled the growth of chinese and spanish podcasts. Plus currently there podcasts and ten new languages in india including thumb in telugu milem canada and even assamese and bulge bully to name. a few. I've been working in the space for the last five years and in the last three years i've started my own company to create a one stop shop solution for creators and brands and platforms to make podcasts. I have worked with audio streaming apps gio salmon and audible where we've licensed our shows or created shows for their platforms. I've worked with well known pastry chefs to create an entrepreneur. Podcast no sugar coat or worked with a gynecologist to create a women's health show. 'cause she says she's fine or may chose with comedians. Like a matchmaking. Show the comedian called caen sorge or comedy panel show with comic called a beach matthew and it's called on experts into any twenty even though it was a really tough year and twenty twenty one even more so i was really hoping that could have a chance to speak at podcast movement in nashville itself this year. But of course. We're living in pandemic times and i'm grateful that i'm at least here. Virtually one of the most interesting aspects of twenty twenty was at even though it was a difficult time it was. We realized that there was growing attention. We were getting from brands. I got the opportunity to work with. A dating app called bumble. And their indian counterparts to conceptualize and produce an original podcast with them called is romance dead. The show was about understanding the idea of romance through the things. We consider romantic like love songs. Food films books and told from the viewpoint of musicians filmmakers wedding planners counselors bakers and more. I mean come on. I was able to do a gas about romance. And in the title with bumble. That's a pretty big achievement for me.
Newsom Expected to Spend at Least $50 Million Fighting Larry Elder
"Tell us about this Absurd regulation that there are financial limitations on on what you can spend for campaigning. But the incumbent governor doesn't fall under those limitations. He does not. I have a nine million dollar expenditure limitation are. He can raise and spend an unlimited amount of money and experts. Tell me that at minimum. He's going to spend fifty million dollars against maybe even one hundred million dollars. Because i'm the one he's worried about. I'm the one who is from the hood. I'm the one who went to crenshaw high school. We're only two percent of kids can do matthew great level. I'm the one who's representing a hispanic. Parents had to go to the ballots to petition called proposition. Two seven some years ago. Sam because their kids were called bilingual education and the idea was that they needed these training wheels nor to transition to english fluency while they were transitioning so hispanic parents gathered the signatures put a petition to get rid of this people education and turn in favor of total immersion. The way kids came from italy and from poland from hungary war two. They didn't have bilingual education in new york public schools. So the experts said these are not going to be able to learn And surprise surprise after the proposition passed overwhelmingly several years later. Yes what the kids. We're transitioning to english fluency faster than they were before it and some of these so called experts were had enough integrity publicly. Say we were wrong. These are the people that democrats majority black and brown was one choice and they pull the lever for democrats that portray them year after year after year. And i go to the hood. I go to the barriers and i'm telling people these people are portraying you and the beauty of a secret ballot. You could put your check next to larryelder even though he has our next to his name. And you don't have to tell your independent french you tell you democrat france. They aren't you tired prime. Aren't you tired of the homelessness. Aren't you tired of the cost of living colors. They don't have ideologies. It's affecting every everywhere. I shouldn't say everybody rich people don't give a damn even though we have the highest state tax in the country. Thirteen point three percent and poor people are taken care of by government. it's middle-class people who are leaving for the very first time it's a war on the middle and the working class by the very people whose Who you put into power year after year. They are going to trade. You and i can make that case in ways at scare gavin is
Britney Spears' New Lawyer Files to Remove Father's Control
"There's no action in the Britney spears conservatorship case Britney spears new lawyer is taking up the singer's old concern that her dad be removed from the conservatorship that is controlled her life for nearly a decade and a half the new attorney Matthew Rosen guard has filed paperwork in Los Angeles Superior Court seeking to oust Jean spears and replace him with CPA Jason Rubin the filing says the current legal arrangement is both toxic and no longer tenable it also says if spears dad genuinely loves his daughter and has our best interest at heart he would willingly step aside that move is supported by Britney's mom Lynne spears says in a declaration supporting the filing that her ex had microscopic control over her daughter's health care and business interest I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
United States Advances To Gold Cup Semifinals With Victory Over Jamaica
"Well that was a dramatic finish. Yeah i give you extra time. So it's getting very late here on the east coast. And i thought we were steamrolling towards penalties Because that's just how things go sometimes. But no no no a hero emerges matthew hoppy scoring the late header by the way the i had Headed goal of his professional career. What a time. He chose to do it the. Us win one nil setting up a semifinal match for them this thursday at the much more amenable time of seven pm eastern time against qatar. You know you always throw the records out when the us guitar meat and a gold cup
Seattle Kraken Select Matthew Beniers With No. 2 Overall Pick
"Seattle Cracking tonight used their number two overall pick in the NHL amateur draft. To get 18 year old centre forward Matthew veneers from the University of Michigan. The Buffalo Sabres took Wolverines teammate defenseman Owen Power with the top choice. Overall, Both players are deciding whether to stay in college or immediately go
Sabres Power Up; Select Michigan Defenseman 1st in NHL Draft
"The Sabres chose six foot six Michigan defenseman one power who scored three goals in sixteen points in twenty six games as a freshman last season the crack in selected Wolverine center Matthew been years with the second pick marking the fourth time teammates were chosen with the first two selections of the draft the ducks used the third choice to take center Mason make cabbage of the OHL's Peterborough Petes the devils grabbed his brother for the second time in three drafts selecting defenseman Luke Hughes Michigan became the first college program to have three first round picks in the same draft when the blue jackets came away with center K. Johnson I'm Dave Ferrie
Warehouse Manager Sells Twitter-Threads-as-a-Service
"That hugh alexander works as a retail warehouse manager by day. When he isn't thinking about the logistics of his job he's hanging out online looking for inspiration and ideas yet he also knows an idea is just the starting point making something in marketing. It is win. The real battle begins that was never more evident than his first attempt at starting a profitable project you had the technical know how to make a website but he fell short on finding an audience at least until matthew started noticing twitter threats now twitter threads for those who aren't familiar are a series of related tweets that tell a story or elaborate on a topic when two hundred and eighty characters isn't enough. Some people share their best tweets or connecting. Anything they feel requires the additional text for example. A thread might include a series of exercise tips or tips to improve your business. In a specific way it might be political commentary. It could be anything. In relation to matthews project. He'd seen a lot of twitter threads go viral and helped to significantly boost the poster's profile in number of followers with that audience. They could monetize their service and products at least potentially so he said about trying it for himself with his accounts and lo and behold things improved. He didn't set the world on fire overnight but his follower numbers increased after he started posting threats. Forever business-minded matthew. You saw an opportunity if twitter threads worked for others as well as himself might people be willing to pay for a service that wrote the threats for them. It was an unusual idea so he said about testing the concept. He purchased the domain name. Taas dot co that stands for twitter threads as a service and used a free website. Builder called card to launch. The site quickly card intern allowed for easy. Integration with stripe to process payments after customers paid macua. Direct them to a google form or they answered a few questions about their business objectives. That was all it took to be up and running for a cost of well under one hundred dollars being part of online communities such as indie. Hackers made validation a little easier. Matthew simply tugged on the strings and hopes of selling his twitter threads service. It didn't take too long to find his first customer and he charged fifty bucks for the first month in exchange he create ten threads and also offer scheduling as well as performance reports. Matthew analyzed customers content and audience but before actually doing the work. He made a confession. He told that customer they were his first one and he'd be using their account to learn feeling bad about it. Even offered a fifty percent refund on the purchase price. It turns out he needed to have worried. Because after the first month they were happy and wanted to keep going
Britney Spears Reportedly Has a New Lawyer
"Is a positive update on the britney spears story britney spears has secured a significant win in her conservative ships case Now she has been under the control of her father and another conservative Who manages her finances and what she's been trying to do is change. The lawyer representing her earlier. We shared that the lawyer who had previously been representing her step down after it became abundantly clear that britney spears found the entire exploitation of and wrong and so now judge brenda perry Or i'm sorry. Judge a judge. Brenda penny allow britney's desired replacement attorney former federal prosecutor matthew rosengard to represent the singer. Moving forward the thirty nine year old entertainer has been unable to choose her own lawyer since the conservatorship inception in two thousand eight. It's expected that rosengard first order of business once officially instated will be trying to oust her father jamie spears who is unfortunately serving as britney. Spears is a conservative now in a phone interview with nbc. Britney spears did not hold back in expressing what she plans to do moving forward in regard to her father and how she feels. He had abused and exploited her. She says quote. I'm here to get rid of my dad and chain or in charge him with conservatorship abuse. The singer said she wants her. Father investigated and that quote. This conservator ship has allowed my dad to ruin my life and she has as you probably know. Incredibly negative feelings toward The entire arrangement saying that their goal was to make me feel crazy. And i'm not and that's not okay. Britney called the conservatorship effing cruelty and said quote if this is not abuse. I don't know what is And she also said. I thought they were trying to kill me. That's something that she purportedly told the
Britney Spears Approved to Hire Her Own Lawyer
"Over yet. But there are some new twists in the Britney Spears case. ABC s Andrea Fuji has the latest Britney Spears is celebrating. Overnight she posted to Instagram saying, New with real representation Today I feel gratitude and blessed. This is me celebrating by horseback riding and doing CART wheels today. In court Wednesday, The judge granted Spears request to hire her own lawyer in the fight to end her 13 year conservatorship controlled by her father, Celebrity attorney Matthew Rosengarten will now represent her question remains. Why is he involved? Should step down voluntarily. As that is, in the best interest a Britney Spears in court. A tearful spears called in by phone, demanding her father, Jamie Spears be removed from her conservatorship, saying she wants him charged with conservator abuse Spears saying I am here to get rid of my dad. The singer, claiming I was extremely scared of my dad. Spears detailed what she calls her illegal work schedule in which she says she was forced to be available 10 hours per day every day, And at times, she says, her caretakers took away her hair, vitamins and even her coffee. Spears, saying that's not abuse. That's just cruelty. Jamie Spears was adamant He is not stepping down his lawyers arguing for their side of the story to be heard, saying, There are a lot of misstatements in Britney's testimonies. The judge also approved the resignation of Bessemer Trust as co conservator. That means as of now, Jamie Spears is the sole manager of his daughter's $60 million estate. But Spears wants the conservatorship ended altogether without facing a medical evaluation, she says. If one is necessary, she'd like Jodi Montgomery, her co conservator of person to stay on and handle the transition. There will be another court hearing on Monday in which the judge will examine Jodi Montgomery's request for security to be paid out from the trust. As she claims she's receiving death threats. Andrea Fujii.
Court Grants Britney Spears the Right to Hire Her Own Lawyer
"In court for pop star Britney Spears as she continues to challenge the conservatorship that's ruled her life for several years, says ABC is Andrea Fuji. Britney Spears is celebrating in court Wednesday, The judge granted Spears request to hire her own lawyer in the fight to enter 13 year conservatorship controlled by her father. Celebrity attorney Matthew Rosengarten will now represent her
Britney Spears Can Hire Own Lawyer in Conservatorship Case
"Singer Britney spears has a new lawyer of her own choosing to represent her in her conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs since two thousand eight R. marches are a letter with the latest pretty spears fans gathered outside Los Angeles Superior Court won't inside judge Brenda penny approve spears hiring former federal prosecutor Matthew Rosen guard to represent her can he rejected Russian guards request to remove spears's father James as her conservator spears told the court by phone she wants to charge her father with conservatorship abuse saying she has been denied coffee a driver's license and hair vitamins James Pearce's lawyer Vivian Florian says for the past two years James has only overseen his daughter's money not her person
Eyes Are the Window - burst 1
"Uh eyes are the windows of the soul. Have you heard the cliche. The eyes are the window of the soul. When i look into your eyes. What would the glare same to me. Could you look into my eyes and see what you need to see you. Can you tell my motions. What i know how you truly feel about the same. It was said. William shakespeare who i spoke in poem about how you can determine the lights and wall of a person whom you barely even know. According to william shakespeare i is are the windows to the saw. This means that we can know about one soul. Only by reading the is deeply and can evaluate his temperament a personality. Because through the eyes man's feelings and thoughts are clearly reflected. The soul is a driver and equal spirit. Part of a human being which is regarded as immortal. An is are the organs of the visual system. According to williams shakespeare our is show the truth no matter what face we put on in any situation the best way to get to know someone is to look them in their eyes and notice what they disclose about their mental state. He had originally obtained the scripture from the king. James bible verses matthew six twenty two and twenty four. The word soul has several meanings which is states a person's moral or emotional nature or sense of identity. The question is can you determine a person's identity are you able to tell them matter of someone's heart throughout time people have been able to harden their hearts and emotions because of reasons unknown and willingness to deter from others. Who have wrong then. I can respect. What william shakespeare written because in fact during his time the nature of humans were more subtle than what we have now even as the biblical speaks and theological terms of scholars who ciphered scrolls that were written by the disciples who wrote based upon what they have seen. Can you think of something you have seen that was embedded in the eyes of a person you once knew and loved. Did it affect their actions or the total opposite of the meaning of immortality. Was there a long lasting mental effect change of attitude or even yet anger with anxiety without hesitation to rectify. Something was there an escape of the moment and you tried to raise it out of your mind completely. I want you to one day. Look into a person's is open and then close your minds. Do you bring into the present things you already know. Are you able to say in fact this theory is true. Can you relate to the bible verses even though god said the holy spirit will lead and guide you to all truth meaning meaning in life. You're leading not that of someone else's you can share a moment with the person without trying to analyze what can be done to or about a person. What can you say to them if they ask. Did you look into my eyes. Tell me what do you see. And what if they told you truthfully all she said was completely wrong. So again i ask you. Did you close the window that was open or did you choose to go through the open window to create more of an issue for them matthew. Five twenty nine. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell Explanation to lift purposely kosher is to people so you can live an honest life. According to the bible mark twenty eight twenty five in his eyes were open. His sight was restored and he saw everything. Clearly example. wrongfully looking about a person can blind the fact of something special about a person. Judging without something someone else may have seen even as you learn to learn about a person by knowing them you can see as to his how his eyes are open and sight was restored by not judging and reasons being formed without prejudice. When you see a person down and out what you think of esa first impression are you quick to judge or your is just playing tricks on you. There are reasons for things most could not understand or care to ask. And i ask you again are the is the window to the soul and the answer to the question. Both shakespeare and the bible is yes. Reasons being yes your own soul that determines if you are back biting judging and jumping to the conclusion you're right about things you don't even know so when you say someone who thinks they are right about the actual color of a person's is just think about what you've seen and then look around outside to see if you're jumping into the wrong person side.
Healing Hormone Imbalance (Without Hormone Replacement) With Dr. Deb Matthew
"After matthew. I'm excited to have you on this day. In if you put it was a little bit of background about you are and what got you doing the work. You're doing sure thanks for having me. It's great to be here when i first graduated from medical school. I actually trained as a pediatrician. And i was perfectly happy thinking that i knew everything you know. They taught me everything. I needed a medical school in my own personal life. I didn't feel good. I was exhausted like the most important task of my day was to find a way to have a nap nan. I was irritable. I was flying off the handle at my kids. My poor is the one that bore the brunt of my wicked witch of the west impersonation. He just really honestly didn't know what to do with me. Half the time. And i knew that something was wrong like i knew that how i felt wasn't normal but nothing in my medical training helped me to really understand what was wrong with me. I wasn't depressed but yet something was wrong. And as my husband came across a book that was written by suzanne somers and it was called the sexy years and when he kind of flipped through that book he saw all kinds of things that reminded him of me and he brought the book home and my first reaction was like. You've got to be kidding me. Suzanne somers like christy snow thigh master. But i knew that we had a problem. It was affecting our marriage. It was affecting my kids. It was affecting my job at work and so i read the book and i gotta tell you that book has completely changed my entire life because when i read the stories of the women in the book who were just like me and how much better. They felt when they got their hormones back in balanced. It really allowed me to open my mind and allowed me to find that there were places that i could go to learn this whole new approach to health and wellness that i didn't even know existed and so as a result i was able to get my energy back. Mccain's got their mom back. My husband got his wife back. I got my life back. But i could not go back to what i was doing before just spending my whole day. Writing prescriptions because most of the time those prescriptions are of just putting a band aid on your symptoms. They're not really getting to the root cause of the problem and making people well.
Canadian Indigenous Group Takes Charge of Child Welfare Services
"Nation in Saskatchewan, where a groundbreaking agreement has empowered the first nation to take control of its child welfare services. And the end goal is one day there will be no Children in care. And every day we will roll up our sleeves to make sure that every child When we call them home that they know where home is. On Tuesday, chief CAD Mr Lorne was joined by Prime Minister Trudeau and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe in Cowes is for the ceremonial signing of the agreement. It's being celebrated as historic and long overdue. And it almost certainly won't be the last making a formal changes that suit our nation that through our people, and I would highly is strongly recommended First. They should take this on and let's look after your own Children. That's chief Matthew T. Pagan of the Pascua First nation. Near Fort Capelle in Saskatchewan. The prime minister's office says that dozens of indigenous governments are already seeking jurisdiction over child and family services, and that 18 agreement discussions are currently underway. But even as they celebrate this week's historic agreement, chief CAD missed alarm and his community continue to mourn after the discovery of 751 unmarked graves on their first nation just two weeks ago on the grounds of a former residential school. Near buckles is the chair of the Cow Assist Youth
RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked
"Russian. Ap targets republican national committee bloomberg sources. Say the threat actors were part of. Ap twenty nine or cozy bear previously tied to the solo in supply chain attack and the democratic national committee breach of two thousand. Sixteen in response to the report rnc spokesperson. Mike reid said there is no indication. The rnc was hacked or any rnc information was stolen. Read went on to say an attack was detected but administrators acted to block all access to its cloud environment and furthermore with microsoft to review their systems white house urges mayors too review cybersecurity posture at a virtual meeting with the bipartisan. Us conference of mayors deputy national security adviser and neuberger urged us mayors to meet with state agencies chiefs to properly evaluate their cyber security posture. The biden administration also reiterated. They would provide additional resources for mayors to shore up defences with the fbi and cyber security and infrastructure security agency tasked to provide assistance. This comes as local and state. Governments are increasingly targets of ransomware with the fbi issuing a public service announcement about the growing threat last year. Incomplete print nightmare emergency patch released. Microsoft issued the out of band. Emergency patch to fix a critical vulnerability dubbed print nightmare in the windows. Prints buhler service that could allow remote code execution with system level access. The patch is available for windows server. Windows ten windows eight and windows seven after it was released security researchers matthew hickey and will dorman found that while the patch is effective at preventing the remote code execution. Flaw attackers could still use the local privilege escalation component to gain system privileges on vulnerable systems for older windows versions further analysis by other security researchers found that the entire patch could be mitigated if the point and print policy was enabled. More information on the cassia hat comes out according to the company's ceo. Fred viuhkola between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses have been impacted by the supply chain attack against the company although he acknowledged getting more exact figure is difficult. Since the customers of its customers were the ones most impacted. He also had no comment on whether the company was negotiating with the ransomware operators because said in talks with the white house. The company didn't see any national risk posed by the attack. The overall impact of the attack has been felt globally with coop supermarkets in sweden forced close as well as dozens of schools in new
Pope Francis Eats Breakfast, Takes Walk 2 Days After Surgery
"Pope Francis is recuperating in hospital following intestinal surgery the Vatican's Matthew Brunei since this morning the pontiff had breakfast read some newspapers I go talk to walk Brunei continued the post operative for covering is regular and routine control tests are good following the pontiff's Sunday surgery to remove off off his coat on he's expected to stay in Rome's Jamelle eight poly clinic which has a special suite reserved for popes through the week the seeming no complications Francis has enjoyed relatively robust health though he lost the upper part of one long in his youth due to an infection I'm Charles Taylor this month
New Jersey Man Who Went on Racist Rant Draws Protests at His Home
"Man man has has been been charged charged with with harassment harassment after after a a racist racist rant. rant. Was Was caught caught on on video. video. Last Last night, night, Protesters Protesters rallied rallied at at the the Mount Laurel home of this guy Edward Matthew. Chaos stems from a video posted online. Showing a man who police say is Matthew's using racist slurs and threatening his neighbours last week and you want to know where I was When all this happened. I don't care at work. On Friday, police charged Matthews with harassment. And biased intimidation in connection with that dispute. But then another video surfaced over the weekend allegedly showing Matthews using more racial slurs. In one of the videos, Matthews called on people to show up at his home, and dozens of protesters did just that. Monday night.
Study Shows Mix-Match Method Boosts Immune Response of COVID-19 Jab
"An important and eagerly to study into co vaccines published his initial findings. This week the kamkoff trial run by the university of oxford has been looking at the effectiveness of mixing and matching between different cova jabs to see which works. Best for instance is a dose with astrazeneca's vaccine followed by an orange vaccine the jab. At least as good or even better than two doses of astrazeneca to find out matthew snipe recruited just shy of nine hundred over-fifties who included people with preexisting health conditions and members of ethnic minority groups. This study was commissioned back in december last year before we even knew vaccines. We're gonna be using but it was already anticipated that what what we had to vaccines. And what if the problem with supply at one of them could be then swap over there and completely station. 'cause his with the vaccine since all about looking see how we could make the immunization roll out and make it more robust to cope with any unexpected events. But when you did the study what did you. Measure measure the antibodies. And also t cells. The white blood cells that are unimportant on the immune system and the participants didn't know which vaccines they received. A a blinded study from that point of view. So that was really kinda good way of getting accurate data on what reactions they were experiencing and any safety concerns. They have uncritically. How long did you leave between the doses. Because that's the other issue isn't it. We've seen this go from one month when we first started rolling out vaccines to twelve weeks in order to maximize uptake quickly and then to be shrunk back to eight weeks for certain groups in the community again. Now what did you look at. That's right with being kind of thanked by this long when we plan to study with a full week into full and then as we're back to get going they got changed to make that up to eight to twelve weekend so for about half of participants getting vaccines at a full. We can devote an half receiving it a twelve week into so we get depressed. The whole broad range there and get an idea to save changing. The interval makes any difference in the interactions between the
"matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast
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"matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast
"Was going to ask. You have any consistent practices or habits that are helpful for you. In what sense in any sense it could be? Yeah. Could be walk could be meditating could be having a glass of wine could be like whatever it is like what? What are the things that you've found to be helpful to your soul and? I think noticing stopping paying attention and noticing. Whether, it's something beautiful whether it's something interesting someone interesting like actually paying attention in and gets lost in my head that it's actually has to become a spiritual discipline on. It's the type of meditation to stop and pay attention to something even for ten to fifteen seconds so in the art of noticing. Is massive it it. It brings me into more states. Calm and peace because there's a lot in this world that makes me angry as you can obviously tell but. With the rage that I think can is useful and can be useful cultivating. Anger rage, but also cultivating. Stillness and paying attention and quiet. On Com sometimes they use like APPs to help me do that. Meditation APPS or again it could just be. Walking and actually noticing beauty I think that's at the end of the day. That's what I want to be doing. The most with my life becoming more aware beauty. I love art and entertainment because I think there's a beauty to when it's done well, and so I'm always in wanting to engage stories that are beautiful in that. Tell the truth. And like it's like nourishing to my soul to watch TV show that's just very well done. That has poignant telling telling something truthful, even if it's hard, love it because it nurses selectively and. Yeah. I love beauty. That's awesome. What's a non? Star Trek. Example of what you're talking about. Oh I mean. Lower to start. I feel like. Head when you're saying it. What maybe I just went back and Rewatch DOUBT NAB Downton Abbey. And several other masterpiece theatre shows, which I thought were beautifully well done. thought the just the subtlety of performance writing was was brilliant, Sharp, witty, clever without being over the top. I think there's something really cunning about that type of humor. Also of these are all British examples, but the crown on Netflix is a big is a a really gripping story about Queen was. On different decades of her life and kind of told fictional own. Lens. But it's it's telling the. Truth about her lifeless stories, and I don't know. There's something really honest and guttural about it also I think if you care about power analysis, there's such such an interesting thing to watch it to see how we shifted from Godot Nappy does the same thing how he shifted from monarchy's into democracies in just that turn of the century. What that did their culture I just? For an analysis of power like I realized how much. You'll thinking is wrapped up in Christianity as well as in our even here in America and in our current political. Systems. We carry a lot of the roots of that type of colonialism in so when I watch it. That's what I'm actually noticing paying attention to. so yeah, those shows I mean I love. I love comedies. Actually watch a lot of old shows to go back. I'm watching watching cheers right now. loved years. You know to dancing health sexist. He doesn't really charming which? is a different era but the cast and the chemistry of Characters brilliant I'm also what else am I watched a taxi a love Mary Tyler. Moore the Dick Van Dyke show host old black shows living single Freshman, year I've been going back through. The exits. Feel maximum. Yeah Man. I just been like things that reminisce childhood I really love to to watch and. And some there there was a beauty in simplicity to them. Some number problematic and still are but yeah. Psyche. You can't even tell you I just watched. The politician on Netflix, which is brilliant does show is incredible. If you haven't seen it, go watch the parents. They just dropped season to season. Two has a cultural and Bette midler. And it's brilliant man. It's just about this young kid. WHO's you know writing for politics, but he doesn't have moral center. As the things get away with select run for student government in the first season in for college in Indi- season to these running for New York State Senate. As it's just brilliant. and I feel like it's an accurate representation of you know a lot of our politics right now, but it's a comedy and It's just as beautiful to seven tiger. Fay's beautiful. Have, you watched veep. I loved veep. Veep was incredible. Bro, that last season of veep was so accurate. All of it was accurate with better I felt like that. Last season felt so current I was like man to idiocy, but you know what the same thing was. Parks parks and REC really showed the idiocy of our politics. And then when trump came along as like. Oh, like this isn't just like a few isolated places like. Type of like mob idiocy, which to me. The town Polynesia's overtly represented. You know in. It's silliness Yeah! I loved doll all that stuff. All right last question total secretary should have worked in earlier, but I'm just curious are you? Have you read anything on process, philosophy or theology at all? A bit, I don't. Have grasped fully to let quite articulated just because as a form of theology I haven't like. Studied at studied it I have to it. I'm more asking because I feel like it would dig it. Yeah. I I am the funny thing about me, is oftentimes I? Intuitively come to some of those places and things and think through them without knowing there's like a formal theology around in like a formal hillary on me all the time, but because I do that, even with like a actually I don't know brain things choose like you just described perfectly so-and-so's theory it on I'm like Oh, I didn't. I don't even experience. I. I'm I'm relatively aware of process theology vibe with it so far, but I don't not enough to where I could like. Let me explain to you what I do or don't. Do that right, but I should look into it more. Yeah I can. Recommend some some good starter spots, but The way it deals with. Power like God's agency and stuff is super interesting. Yeah Anyway. Kuhlman, thank you so much for for taking the time and Yeah I. Hope. We can hang some time in. The real life once the Rona is gone, love you. Know. And then you WanNa tell people where they could find out what's going on with you or. 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"matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast
"The franchise. was just that it was just kind of mind numbing entertainment in that way, and and even George Lucas. Admit that I've seen a conversation between. Gene run very son and George Lucas kind of talking about this reality. Star Trek Star Wars very much you know. Of course. They had some themes around, but the themes. Yeah, it's more mythic. It's more almost like a fantasy. It's just. Exactly. We're star Trek Fantasy Western yes. And Star Trek well the original series of star, Trek. Has A lot of western feels to it as well. I think in terms of the format how they shot. The template of the day. And they you know they. They use that format to communicate a lot of truth and but. Yeah I. It's a frustrating thing because I think when you really look at the legacies of both. You Know Star Trek Truly Sifi. It is everything that is amazing about sci-fi. It's theorizing about a better world in future. That's unimaginable to us. Currently. It also gave us so much technology. Star Trek also so many astronauts and people that signed up for NASA. were influenced by watching Star Trek as kids. I mean the IPAD is pretty much an invention from star trek like there's so much tech actual technology part of our day to day lives, and even the modern space program was modeled after Star Trek to the point where even this new space force that Donald Trump is trying to. Push forward. They stole the emblem for. So I duNno, it's the original and and I'm in love with. I love all the shows some more than others deep space. Nine's probably my favorite, and then the next generation, original series and voyager. And then the new show star trek discovery epic. They literally shot it like a movie. It's one of the most action packed. Great story are from whole seasons beginning to end I love I. Go back and Rewatch them all the time. And then these are the car an. Is there an order that one should approach them? You know star. Trek's a hard one because it's thirty years of. Original series sorry to count next generation deep space nine voyager. Enterprise Discovery Card there are seven star Trek shows in the last thirty years, and then there's about twelve to fourteen movies motion picture film, maybe maybe fourteen fifteen when she had more than newer ones that we're kind of the Judy Abrahams renditions, which are kind of like a different alternate timeline. So it's it's hard because I. Don't know where to tell people to the. You could start chronologically I wouldn't necessarily do that. I probably would highlight this. I would say start season two of the original series go through that just these into, and then of the of the like the old. The old old ones start making start there. They're weird. They're they're so different. They're so seventies sixties and seventies and so abstract, and just the way they're shot is just kind of cool to there. I would start there and then I would start season three of the next generation. And maybe why not start the being well? There's always kind of a thing star. Trek shows are always the best, the first season or two. Okay, but usually by season three or four they they pick up so much, and that's another thing you kind of like you commit to the series, so I think if you start there and watch some of the highlights and best you can then go back and watch some of the older episodes. They were good episodes and some of those earlier seasons. But they're still trying to find their way so to speak. You could tell by like season three. It hits its stride. It was even nominated for Emmys next generation was because of how good the acting was and the storylines. Start Season Three. They're same defacing. The accident destroys nine from the beginning. All seven seasons are incredible. the voyagers the same way it's like a lost in space version of Star Trek and then I. Don't know discovery. You could start those from the beginning. Those are very well written from the beginning, so I would really I think in this time where everything feels really dark and it feels. Even sometimes hopeless I think what Star Trek is offered is at its best. It's brought a sense of optimism about the future and a sense of hope. And it has like I said help. People work through real moral conundrums and philosophical. Issues that resonate like there's a lot of teams around. Sina Phobia and around Racism a lot of the episodes and I don't know I think it's feels more relevant now than ever has, and so I'm happy that they're relaunching the whole star. Trek Franchise they've got three marshals in the works brand new star trek shows CBS's developing. On top of the two ones that are already on air. And so yeah, they're really rebirthing. The whole franchise colleges a really exciting to me. Yeah. That's cool. Yeah I feel like. My kids would probably dig it. They're like super into everything. Sci Fi and fantasy. So. have to start intimate with them my. Not The excited, but yeah. My mom wasn't the biggest fan of it. Either should watch this they are. David fused these things called sharks which are little ten minute blow things, one or two of them are animated, and now they're about to drop a new star trek show. That's completely animated. It's called lower deck's. That's about canal. Yeah, there's there's some I think kids would would really take some star trek so cool. Yeah, as I was like doing some research to talk to you today and looking through some the star trek stuff I found. Some of the Vulcan Philosophy was Gerrad like so the whole infinite diversity through infinite combinations. real into that And then this quote from Gene Roddenbury saying mankind will reach maturity in the day learns value diversity of life and ideas. ooh is good. One I've heard that before, yeah! And then this one Is In an episode? Maranda talking to spot, and she says I understand. Mr, spock, the glory of creation is in its infant diversity, and he says and the ways our differences combined to create meeting and beauty of ood. Super into that and I I, this is making me WanNa Watch. The show was Yeah I think those ideas. I don't I. Mean I heard that when I was younger been like. Cool. Like I. Know I. I was two. And a kind of gets at at some of this the way you balance, goodness, truth and beauty but I. I I was too much way too much truth. You know when I was younger and. So those differences to me weren't. It was something to to be sorted out right to figure out. What's the right? What's yeah, and also too? I think there's. On top of that, there's a sense of. We want to be heroes so bad. And Star Trek does this interesting thing of showing you? How at times you here on at times, you you try to be. The hero makes you the oppressor. And, so there's there's real like it's showing you life and truth from multiple angles rather than you know sometimes the action fantasy stuff is just about being the hero which I think. That's why psychologically we.
"matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast
"What he will. William Bars tried to do is he's trying to rewrite the narrative from the place of the Congress? But when he fails to realize, is that our our history will be written by by the marginalized in the people, because what the civil rights movement particularly will. Let's say the emancipation proclamation all the way to the civil rights movement what it did, and this is why black people are going to always be the thorn of the flesh to dominate white culture is we unmask. White culture dominant culture for what it really is, and now because of. Decades of of. Black people beginning to flourish beginning to to. Own their stories. Beginning to tell their stories, it's it's a Su- NAMI wave of of a black stories that have been in black resistance that is overpowering the dominant narrative myth. Of that America has created, and that's what's happening in this historic moment right now with people and the protests and acknowledging systemic racism is actually were saying no longer. Are we letting the conquerors rule? Our perceptions of reality, or they're false revisions narratives of history. Four you again, thank you for taking the time I. Really appreciate it and excited to talk to you I feel like A. Have had a few lately. Where I've talked to someone where I've heard their voice like a fair amount, feel like I kind of know them, but it's like a total false. False relationship. But. Do that in my head you're you're kind of my friend. So that's and what we've had some limited twitter twitter action. But Yeah I appreciate it. Yes the show were kind of talking about the the good that you're in the beautiful. and. just using those as lenses to look at. Everything around us, and I liked to start out asking I feel like this like a bucket for the sense but growing up. what would cause you to feel a deep sense of wonder about the world? Yeah I grew up with the very strong. Curiosity my dad. Really cultivated curiosity and me and my siblings He was constantly. Putting us in new environments environments that were made to stretch us. I mean I was I was swimming really well by two years old? and. He would take us down the street to the park in Detroit. I how to play tennis. Right or he would. He would stretch us kind of beyond like. Even some of our. Cultural values to try different types of foods on Internet. Judge it and to find things you like about it. What music was like that literature reading psychedelic group in a household that just valued curiosity and I think that was my window into. Wonder you know. Like I mean he was? He was really cultivating that as a value for you oh. Yeah, absolutely! My Dad was cultivating. Cheered curiosity beauty and wonder about God about the universe. We were a big star. Trek family too, so I mean he would like sitting down in the basement when he would like. He would be working on different things, and he would put on video tape recordings of all these old shows whether they were westerns or like little rascals Shirley Temple Star Trek. And, so I would just like soon. My Dad while he was kind of tinkering in the basement and Mike Watch these TV shows that just would like. Expand my brain and my horizons, and so yeah I think I have to give it up to my dad for. Giving me like a real sense of beauty and wonder an all. That's awesome. And it's a perfect transition into. I was going to ask you about star Trek because I feel like. I don't really know. That I know of I. Don't know any like trekkies, but I feel like you post about it a lot. Probably. No good and it. It's been like. I grew up. And I saw I would see some next generation and you know movie here there, but. I was never like way. In I think. Part of it. I didn't love the. I like the grittiness of like star, wars or something like the way that the universe felt a little more like lived in. But I think part of that is just because you know. It's supposed to be the future and star Trek and so. Stuff's cleaner or something I don't know. Like too much like button pushed about an ethics, but I remember seeing some really interesting episodes and You've been tweeting out some stuff. Some of the newer shows and just little snippets and I. I don't know I'm realizing there's a lot. A lot more there that I need to dig into so what? What draws you to star Trek? So me on it, yeah! So Gene Roddenberry. Who is the creator of Star Trek? He had a pretty unique philosophical vision of. Human history, but also our future he he was theorizing. In which humanity had overcome a lot of our baser instincts, and had put down war, famine, disease and poverty had overcome those things. And transcended them, and so he theorizes universe where our ability to lay down. Our propensity for war would actually cause us to. Want. Travel the galaxy and increase technology to explore strange new worlds, new civilizations, seeking peace and exploration. You know and so star Trek was really much a optimistic vision of the future, and especially being created in the nineteen sixties so much social upheaval gene put the first interracial cast on television. That's what Star Trek did back in the nineteen sixties had. You had an Asian American a Russian American a black woman. Of course, white men, you had you had so much diversity in the cast and crew of the original star Trek Enterprise. And and that was his point and there was. A fun little story. Nicole. nichelle Nichols who plays lieutenant you Harare was the first black female. In that role in in the Star Trek world side, no also star Trek did the first interracial kiss between her and Captain Kirk the first time on American television. An interracial couple had ever kissed own star. Trek, She had wanted to quit the show, and then she met Dr. Martin Luther King and Martin Luther King at told her. Star Trek is the only show I. Let my daughter stay up and watch, and it's so important for you to be on this show because you represent what black people look like in the future. And so she brought that back to gene Roddenberry, and that you could tell it really had an impact on them, and it pretty much became the core philosophy moving forward for all the Star Trek movies TV shows. It's the universe. That is more dealing in philosophical concepts. That's why star wars thing is interesting. Because Star was just action fantasy that's not based in any type of reality. Star Trek has has a moral guiding principle, and it's wrestling through moral quandaries. And Philosophical conundrums on the regular like that's the entire thrust of the show, so I think it was packaged a little slower and a little more intellectual which I think. If. You're into it. You're into it, but if you're not, you're like I. Just WanNa see laser fights like i. just want to see. And I think that's kind of like star. Wars kind of becoming.
"matthews" Discussed on Nicole Matthews
"Your light shine the brightest? After a girls weekend. I love it. And what is your big ask currently either personally or professionally that we can help you with My. I guess because I turned fifty recently. I can't stop with sort of obsessing and that's my word about a lack of time. Okay and I think because I have young children. Yeah. Is How to keep that in perspective. I feel like the the survey are glasses flipped. Yeah. And there's no, we have no gifts of time. We don't share it right but it is a recurring thought of mine on a daily basis that how do I stop worrying so much about that right? Is that yes and ask like how do I do that? Yeah, interesting. Yeah. It's it's I. Don't mean to be dark. But it's it's. It is something I've started talk to my girlfriend's editor of similar ages about it. And I think that's it keeps you to the place where you want as much time as you can of corn of for health and wellness and all the things. But to make a great impact seem to be going there in my head a lot about how do I get these messages across at this point in life you don't know how long right? I actually I actually struggle. If I'm completely honest every time my parents have a birthday. Because I know that that's limiting the you know my dad just turned seventy two and he's very healthy and you know very sound mind and very active and I'm very blessed. But there won't be seventy two more years you know and and I think the same with my mom too and that that bothers me when he turned seventy I've I've felt that what I think what you're describing for him I not for him he would say I've had a great life, right? Don't be sorry for me. Sure. I I think selfishly for me I realized that. I won't have seventy more years. Thank you know. So and I don't know what why that switched I. Don't know what it wasn't so much about I wasn't one of those people freaking about turning fifty that's whatever it is what it is but. It's just can't shake it like a weird and maybe it was just calling attention to being present in the moments that you have share and maybe it's about not sweating the stuff that you shouldn't sweat maybe it all ties into my earlier get. Right is how do I? How do I get that just in the day for the day and not stress so much about what might becoming? Yeah. But other than that I professionally great place. I feel fortunate to have this role and be learning about what learning about because ultimately if I do go back to a hotel environment. This will enhance right the the knowledge of this market in particular, but I can take this sort of experience to help someone develop one and I know also that your girlfriends are very important to you have a very strong. Female. Tribe I I see what you all get to. Social. But I think you know I think that that's I. It shouldn't be discounted as how much that is important to you as well and probably what a contribution that makes your life and how important that is to have that much support. That's not your husband. That's not your professional colleagues. Girls that's right. You need you need that balance and I think a lot of those girls that you see us travelling in a squad are all on me girls we all we all came together at that hotel and I think various Adrian is I mean I'm the oldest by Ma Mile of all of them but we have developed a great unique shared experience and some of you know raising kids at similar. Now I got a late start and it is it really. That's why I said how do you when your light shines the brightest I mean that's That's a that's a release like the really isn't. Anywhere else when you can really just know you're with a group that yeah, loves you and supports you in experiences the same as you, right? Yeah. Well, I think your light shines very bright when I'm in the room with you. So thank you for spending this morning with me and sharing your wisdom and your experiences and your big asks because that's It's important that we all tell our story right of thank you for taking the time to tell your story. So wonderful. Yeah. Thanks Okay bye-bye you've been listening to the big ask podcast with your host Nicole Matthews. Be Sure to stay connected to the big ask podcast.
"matthews" Discussed on Nicole Matthews
"Right. So that's an ask I should have made earlier in my career than I did Isn't that prevalent in the hotel industry that men are paid more than women? I would. I would say. Because they're so few GM's Yoram ably right because. A lot of granite. Now, I'm all for experience right being addicted, insure indicative of of your salary and you don't have years of the GM role. You should probably not be paid much of those that do but if your responsibilities with the same and your measurements are better or above average there should be some opportunity for dialogue that feels open as opposed to. You have a lot of kind of nerve asking us. Questions. That feeling you're like, oh my gosh, I'm stepping out of line. What am I doing I don't ask. I I don't know. I, don't know enough to know if it's a huge gap my gut would tell me there's probably a pretty sizable discrepancy. How do how did you learn how to negotiate for yourself I'm the oldest child. Actually have a lot of practice with my siblings as I was I was you know setting the bar in terms of how to get away with things that i. You know I think it's I. Don't know that I did a great job of it honestly until I was feeling okay now I'm at this point in my life I'm age I, should feel a little more confident whatever accomplished and just use that as my starting point. But I think there could be a lot more done for female executives on how to do that effectively. coursework online some some great sort of chat about where you should feel you're coming from this and keeping it just it's not emotional, right? It's just about what this position is this piece of businesses or whatever it might be I. Think I got stronger at it I would say I'm not. I'm not the greatest though I could probably use more. Tough I I'm a big listener of PODCASTS in. So I was recently listening to Harvard Business Review Its women had women at work are women in work and they did a whole thing about how women make decisions. And it was really fascinating how to listen to the difference between how a man makes a decision and how women makes a decision and how much afterthought comes from that with that decision. Once the woman makes that decision. So the man will make a decision and be done. We move forward. The woman makes a decision which probably took some collaboration before she got to that decision and then she quite she can't let go of that decision. You know issues now doubting like, did I make the right decision? How did I upset it was so fascinating to lists you just these women talk about their process for making a decision and very high level. You know general managers of hotels going, how do I make a decision? I'm a woman but I'm also the leader of this incredible organizations and how easy or difficult it is for women to make decisions. It was really fascinating when you. Started to break it down. So just talking about negotiation I think that's all kind of in that same realm of men probably don't I know they don't put the same level of emotion energy into the negotiation that women do one hundred percents that over my last few years in my role as GM. There's a of things that were thrown at me that we're probably a little unexpected in terms of managing peers and other situations that were very emotionally draining. To the point where I wasn't sleeping very well, and I still remember some of those nights laying there for a couple of hours thinking, why am I spending? So much of my? Energy and my heart and my soul on something that don't even thinking about right. But I couldn't check it out figure out but I think in a way it makes you a better person leader because you care I mean that's where it's coming from. It's not black and white not that men don't care what they make sure Christians in their own way but I find that sometimes it hurts Too, big, and it's how to check again, check and balance right back perspective absolutely. I. Am not a big Fan of like what's my word of the year and all these kinds of things like I i. think that's great if that serves you like it doesn't serve me instead I like to every day come up with what my might get my give my gain so. My daily get would be you know if I'm trying to improve you know physical health mental health, spiritual health financial health like what did I? What did I work on today if you will to improve myself so that's my get. My give is where do I make a contribution right? So I think at the end of the day, it's not necessarily about what we're grateful for, but is important. But where did I? How did I serve today like how where is my contribution and then the final one is gain in terms of like what did I do to better myself today so for instance, I have this dream that I'm going to be fluent in Spanish. I actually should actually start learning how to speak Spanish for that to happen. But so I try every night to do my little APP on my ipad before I go to bed right? So that's kind of my personal gain. So if I was to challenge you like what's your get giving gain I'll even just weekly like what what are you working on in terms of what you're trying to get right now in terms of self-improvement or professional improvement, we'll break it down for this. I am first of all good for you are really high. That's a lie. it's funny. I had one of those semi sleepless nights last night, but it wasn't work related it in. So I, I decided that I need for my get to improve myself as I need to be I just turned fifty. So I feel like that's a good reason to you know sort of reset. Yes. I to get I'm going to get some. Mental piece by not worrying about things that I can't control. So that's something. I'm really trying hard to do. It's not. It's not easy. Yeah. I'm definitely not the person that can just say Oh. No problem. Yeah. I'm just GONNA roll with it and be true right? That's is that qualify as? An. Professionally, I think that kind of can qualify but I, I think I wanna be able to feel. Like, I am making an impact in this role. While in this role I mean I don't have a lifespan in it I can probably flung knocking. Can Fill. This duty in and be excited to do it as long as they'll have me but I I want to be able to make sure I'm staying connected and maybe improving myself each stocked about negotiation I don't attend a lot of professional I don't listen to a podcast currently and maybe that has to do with four sixty. But I couldn't make time but I bet you know the words to Bachar that's. Right I mean I think that I need to carve out professional development time. To be able to really help me feel connected because as I said, I'm a little more isolated in this role and you don't want those skills to to to dull and anyway. So when I'm asked to speak at university or go participate in things I, love it. It kind of reinvigorates. So seeking more of those opportunities out. Okay. Then I currently and what's your gift? How do you contribute? Are you involved with nonprofits or know you're obviously raising? Two strong men. So that's truly contribution. But what else is kind of fills your soul that's right I. I haven't been as active as I have in the past you know years ago it's been too long. Now I did serve as A. Rape Crisis Hotline Counselor. And I look at that experience. As a life changing perspective basing. And so to find something and I know you do some similar warm with sap I, need to find something now. To reinvigorate that sort of part of me, an think know certainly teaching the kids about..
"matthews" Discussed on Nicole Matthews
"So you know what I'm talking about yeah, and I find it and I just do it other ways right with the kids activities or over-committing at school. Doing the things that we do. but there is something about that constant pace but I think the professional side. It's point has to has to just take a second seat to the personal when that need is greater than it just kind of goes back and forth. Yeah. Because you do you have you have little guys I mean, there's an for six and four, I mean those are. Maybe as they get a little more independent in, you know as they get older that the pendulum can back for you exactly again bites like you said in this season, this is what you know. This is where you need to be. So let's talk now about your new role, we touched on that just a little bit but what interested you in terms of leaving the general manager is kind of the Pinnacle of in the Hotel Industry, right? So You know ultimately, you would have left for probably a bigger market to be a general manager in you know a bigger property that I would assume the trajectory but you didn't you've gotten off the general manager merry go round now. So now you're here in a more sort of traditional profession if you will. Working right like you said I mean the hotel never closes and people don't really appreciate that if you're not in the hotel. So what D-, what drew you to and you've been on the Board for the organization? Yes, and then obviously this opportunity present. But what intrigued you to make that move from the the position you had worked so hard to achieve. Had accomplished a now we're ready to make that move. Yeah, and I had great insight, right because the my old general manager. Brian, he had been the executive director of the. And I as I was a board member and he and our great friend, I would hear a lot about how he liked the role and what was unique or interesting about it, and there are a lot of protocols that you follow that you don't start color outside the lines too much. But there's so many opportunities I think for us to improve organization and communication within channels within the city and in the tourism industry for me I think I'm a fixer that's Mike. That's my Gig I like when you think about hotels and communication problems between departments I would jump at. Those opportunities to try and mend infects and I think I might have missed a calling to be an ambassador sometimes I think there's a part of me that really loves that part of a work. So when this position was open Brian was making the decision to go back to hotels because he missed the teams and I get that there's a lot to be said for the leadership of great people and how they contribute to you and your life But he I was compelled to investigate it and you know I was worried how do you leave this pace at that prestigious quote unquote? Position to another prestigious position but by yourself because largely solo a lot and I work closely with my neighbors in this office but at the same time, the board of directors is my my main. Communication, and so I decided okay. What can I do to make this a little bit more unique and they opportunity for me is how do we better educate all of? San Diego not just the people in hotels that run. or The or know in city council that understand tourism but the general public, what is this fund deal and that's what we're working on right now I've been in the job since September we're working on some new PR opportunities to really get out to the districts that make up San, Diego that may not just be gas lamp focused right. But everywhere, why is important to you maybe work in hotel and maybe work in the industry wouldn't it be great if we really promoting San Diego to develop business to keep you busy and I think that's a really important message that we have. Not Quite gotten out there yet. So there's an opportunity there. So that's exciting PR per firm partner that I work closely with and also just the organization of keeping us on track for all of the the deliverables and due dates we have to make sure our our funding application processes moving forward. Yeah. So talked a little bit about what what is the activation of experienced San Diego and the destination two thousand forty master-plan. Okay. Well, the big part of that I had to do with a lot of industry. Experts that got together under Brian His leadership is exempt director and talked about what we can do to develop and grow t ot by your forty. What that looks like two thousand forty and that's a huge undertaking but it's doable right? It's definitely doable. We keep our intention and motivation going the first installment of part of that was released from a reserve that the city has been holding of illegal reserve at the time. The tandy was being under a few lawsuits that are finally thank goodness cleared up. So now we have more opportunity to spend some money. And we went after some money to release toward developing initiatives in China, which untapped market for travel to draw them to San Diego and get them. There's more to Californian than just L. A.. Right and some other direct. Marketing toward La to help really reinvigorate the LA folks about why San Diego still. Great, getaway. Because you know you need to constantly mark in your backyard and then the Balboa Park that I mentioned. So these are big initiatives. You may have seen the National Geographic series of San Diego. So that was part of this experience. Sandiego umbrella for Destination Twenty. Forty. So China being an untapped market where do you see the biggest? What country brings the most to San Diego Oh great question. I. Think we're now we're we have had a low direct flights from. Germany, Switzerland we've dealt both of those air left. I'd have to double check the FA- i WanNa say the UK is still a biggest for you know producer for us, but it's more about how do we reach a new audience writing because if you're in Europe, you have a lot of great options. So to San Diego, and of course, the lift we have in the ended the easy bill ease to get into out of our airport is a challenge that we work closely with now I know authority it's precious but a pain at the same time right the fact that we can land right here in the middle of. Senegal. Practically exactly. But the limitations. That that really holds its I know for just kind of talking to you know citizens of San Diego. The Convention Center Debate is always you know why do we have a big enough convention center? Why do we need to add on and and I think when people don't understand it's not just the tourism industry that that's impacted, but it's just that whole multiplier effect right. So if you own a restaurant or you're in at the taxi business or you own a boutique, right, you need more people coming through your city to utilize those services right So it's not just the tourism industry benefits from. An extension of the Convention Center but it really is the city and whole is a hall. Absolutely you mentioned I. Mean There's a clarifying point make is that The T. O. T. is a tax rate and that's attached to every every day. Every bill of the TMD is an assessment right? So that's completely marketed differently in handled differently in terms of what they what they're used for, but the Convention Center expansion, any hotel growth will contribute to both of those ranch. We'll help all of us and I don't the compression that's a hotel, a hospitality word that we use if downtown is busy. and I think people get frustrated because it's all downtown centric sometimes, it feels that way but the overflow all the way to North county to del Mar is felt right in beyond in some cases.
"matthews" Discussed on Nicole Matthews
"This is interesting. Yeah. Yeah. It is interesting. So fascinating though that women in general are not general managers kind of across the industry it's pretty surprising. When you think San Diego's doing a pretty good job there's a view now but honestly, it's a very, very small percentage and I think a lot of it has to do you know it's a very tough balance. Part of my reason for changing careers where did now is I do have a young family and you can't. Feel like you're heading out of the park on either side of that fence, and that's that's just not hotels but hotels don't close. Unique right right and they don't celebrate most holidays. So you always feel you're letting someone down sure and I, think that I know a couple of jobs in town that have young families and I know I get that struggle and it's not as hard as one of the partners can stay home. But does that's a nice thing that happens right yeah. That's interesting. Okay. So then you're in San Francisco down the opportunity back to San Diego presents itself. We'll I chose UTAH. Okay ooh this one I had had my first child in San Francisco and my husband, and I had the time. His family was living here in San Diego and we realized that SOC- San Fran is amazing. It is an I. will always love it dearly It wasn't really sustainable to raise children right? We lived in the city and the cost at that point was so much different than San Diego catching up with. We decided to move back to San Diego, and I started looking and Omni had my old job back. Paws Gas. Why would you ever stop back? Right? Well, I asked to step back. He is needed to end part of it was because I wasn't able to get to the salary level I needed to in San Francisco. So there was that moment of pay my worth us know what the the markets paying. Okay. I'm going to be to step out and that was where we were. They weren't thrilled with by ask to come back because GM does that wasn't was successful by the measures of which you measured. But there was an opportunity because the gentleman who replaced me initially was leaving and I. I think my handle this for the right reasons is really my priority is my family and this morning. I figured the end of the day. It may work out again that I'd have another opportunity in San Diego wouldn't that be great to be a jam so I took my old Robak, which is the director of Operation Operation and came back like it I'd never laughed I. The people were still there by my old bosses still mild boss and it was great i. mean I think I had to really check the whole expectation of. I don't have the pressure of the top decision maker, but I also need to respect the process and sort of jump to conclusions jump to action, which is my thing which I like to do So I did that for about I don't know almost a year and then baby number two came along. So the timing actually worked out great and then while I was on maternity, leave the baby to the GM opportunity came open. For San Diego. Amazing. So I ended up back ultimately where I think I wanted to be okay but it was strange path. Yep. Very strange people still can't believe I did that. Back, intentionally sometimes you have to step forward. Yeah, right yeah. No shame in that game, right you know because like you said, your priorities had shifted a little bit. You needed to be more family focused than career focused doesn't mean you're not still amazing at what you do, but you needed to make that right step back for your family. Yeah good. What about your husband in terms of all of this moving and shaking and everything has his does he work independently does he's a financial adviser so he he's able to set a schedule and obviously you know West. Coast East Coast time difference. He's done earlier in the day I with the markets closing on the east coast time line and it did help us. He's able to work from home which drove him a little crazy. Now, he's in an outside office, which is much better. But Yeah I think we had to have that flexibility with one of us because as I said, especially as a first time jam in San Francisco, I, needed to be there as much as I physically impossible cook right and and same with back to San Diego and it's just been a good partnership in that he's able to be more available for pick ups last minute or children or things that happen. Yeah. So let's talk a little bit about that balance because you know I I'm not having children of my own, but I always hear women you know say this work life balance thing you know. And so how do you you touched on earlier that you don't think it really exists right? You can't be great at both at the same time and I think that's okay. Right. Because I think you are career driven, you're you like to be successful you like to be a contributor and that makes you probably a better mom right because you're happy right in the work that you're doing my assumption. Yeah and so how have you sort of navigated it like you have a great partner in in parenting Have you navigated that sort of gap between. Professional and mom yeah, it's. It's evolving every single day. Even. Now I think for me it came down to how much time you know physical time and space as one thing when you're its presence like the the hot word right now is being present right and being in the moment and I would find toward the end of my time at Omni that I was not present at home I was either looking at my phone, which is my biggest pet peeve now And not focusing my little funny little boys, right not always what cared for don't misunderstand. But you know I know I'm going to look back at time and realize I missed a lot because I was worrying about something. So silly that wasn't really relevant at the moment and who I was letting down at the hotel by being home on a Saturday morning instead of being there and so that to me I finally realized I love the the phrase. Work life balance but I don't think it's fair to expect it and I think that if you can be really doing great in your work, then life will switch back eventually. Right and that's kind of how I roll with us. Now, this job allows me a little more balanced more balance and I'm grateful for that opportunity especially right now with my children being young. But there's moments I. I crave that crazy an era of that plan. So you know what I'm talking about yeah, and I find it and I just do it other ways right with the kids activities or over-committing at school. Doing the things that we do..
"matthews" Discussed on Nicole Matthews
"To reduce the amount of anxiety that seems to exist in The younger people and I see it more the younger they are the more anxiety they seem to have in. It's probably because we no longer have a velocity of change we have acceleration. Which is the next dimension of from velocity? It's moving very quickly quickly. And I I can't I don't know how they're going to be able to go to every store and have baskin robbins at every one of them. How do you make decisions? Yes exactly exactly. When does your light China brightest? I think what I'm speaking and presenting whether it's in the classroom or to a group of people I really feel good about it. I enjoy it I like relating. I love speaking with people who are responsive. They're active listeners. And I had some of those today Eh. It just made me being. There's nothing better than that. Yeah when when what you're delivering is resounding with people in your in its landing. Yeah and and you get that response that is being appreciated. This is a really good thrill. Yeah definitely so the last question is always. What is your big ask? So you're gonNA that is the is the book anything else we can help you with it all personally professionally by multiple copies of my book. Yes yes yes and and If this if this is what I do presents a need to another group that I can speak with. I'd be more than happy to do that. Great what's the best way for people to reach you A gladys at so many enterprises dot com. which is a long long word or easier a gladys g email? There you go perfect okay. Great Well Gladys. I have enjoyed our time together. So thank you so much for sharing your wisdom and allowing the the people who had the fortune of knowing you like I have to have a little insight into your soul into your wisdom so thank you very much for joining us on the big Ask In podcast and for all of you do us a favor and drop a review. I'm it helps us to grow our following on in the podcast land so have a great retain an thank you so much for everything you I really appreciate it. I had fun great. You've been listening to the big ask podcast with your heist Nicole Matthews. Be Sure to stay connected to the big ARC podcast on facebook and Instagram at the big. Ask podcast and take you to leave review that we can continue to inspire all audience. Betty yet take a picture of yourself in join today's episode and Tag us on our social media channels until next time go out into the world and let today be the day you make your big ask..
"matthews" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"To welcome. Dave Matthews to studio. See we are live in Los Angeles on channel one. Oh, three one. And were also in Boulder Colorado at on KABC. Oh, so thank you for joining us. Both. Thank you. Well, read. You know, anyone who I I feel like I should give you an introduction. But at this point anyone who doesn't know who Dave Matthews is has to be have been like hiding under a rock for the last five years or so frequently with groups of people that that don't. Where strip clubs. I don't frequent them for this. Oh, you you are here in town to show tomorrow night at the Pantages theatre. You are doing the second. Dave matthews. Tim Reynolds tour promoting the third the second one that I know about the second one was ninety five I think ninety six was the second and the I ninety five which is where the live album is taken from while. You're here solo today you got guitar in hand. How about starting with the song? We'll play some really long and slow. Radio. I don't think. So what do you? What are you going to do for us? We'll start with thingy thingy. And then we'll go on with that other thing. Okay. Dave Matthews in studio c on channel one zero three one and KABC. Oh, thank you. The forum. Oh, brother.
"matthews" Discussed on Nicole Matthews
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"matthews" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Not only that so I was talking last week with Someone you've worked with for a long time. Who was full of praise for the way You keep it? She was like here's a guy who drives his kids to school. Every morning does make a big deal about where he lives. It's not super secret. Dave Matthews lives in Seattle. And you drives a Prius. I try not to stick out to try to make my strange stay on the inside as much as possible. I do think it's better for my kids. I do feel like if I walked through an airport by myself. That a much better chance that no one is GonNa notice me then if I walk through the airport with Posse if I really don't want anyone to see me will then I just won't go outside and I and I do think I don't want people knocking on my door and saying I made you this jam or won't you come to my wedding. I don't want strangers coming in the house but I feel like if you're sort of accessible it makes the curiosity to what they're less less interesting treat yourself like a normal person. People will show you a normal person. We mentioned that you took a a summer vacation last summer. Did turning fifty have anything to do with not going out for summer tour for the first time in a long while still work. I did go on tour with Tim. Reynolds light. It's easy enough just to Qatar. Som turning fifty also. My view of things changed a little bit than to because how well I was not totally unexpected. But it was my fiftieth birthday. Did Fall right around the same time as the seven deadly sins or the Carlson's took over the highest office in the nation. Your birthday in January. And you're saying it was around the time of the trump inauguration. Exactly you turn fifty. You have this moment. Of what thinking do I keep doing this? Do I change what I'm doing like? What are you going on? I think there was a lot of different thoughts I think for me. I've never been on grateful for what I've managed with the band. And what all the guys in the band of taught me but I do think when I turned fifty. I was like I really have to have a selfish year. You know it's all relative not regardless of everybody else but just because of me and so I told my kids. What do you want to do with what kind of party my wife had? What kind of party for? I don't WanNA party had to give me a surprise party but I do want to go have a trip and I haven't figured out yet but I wanNA take you all on a trip and I wanna go somewhere. Where and then I wanNA take all our cell phones away and take all hide everything and I do something. Where'd you go? We ended up going to Kenya to re Teddy this incredible elephant sanctuary and some other places and had I think all my vanity would agrees. I'm not saying that everybody can hop in a plane and go to the middle of Kenya where there's nothing but it was everything that it could be an although I felt selfish In some ways if I looked at it it was just a UN believable time for me. And my family to indulge each other and to enjoy each other's company and to and it was really nice. It was also beautiful because he wasn't a battle even in the remotest way these have ipad. Oh can I just check my man? It was like there was none of it. It was crazy but it was because we were around all think. It's easier to be without your IPAD when there are elephants make it easier to forego. Social media is wild. That alone is a good argument for an hour ban of ivory in this country. Sure Atl conservation will help you stay. In the room sure stay will run authorises although they are not as smart as elephants did not know. Going elephant is hauntingly smart. Hannah if I was gonna tell anyone to read a very simple very quick read about elephants does Oh beautiful book that anyone would enjoy by Lawrence. Anthony called the elephant whisper in. It's just his experience with a herd of wild. Elephants is mound boggling. The respect you will gain from a very unassuming book but it will make you wonder at the universe to turn fifty. You took your family to Kenya. But did you have that moment? I always think that Neil young song. I'm the ocean. Yeah people my age. Don't do the things I do. It's funny because I do sometimes hear my own voice saying there's no way. I'm going to be doing this when I'm forty. I mean I could hear my no my own voice and it was going well. I there's no way I'm GonNa do this on on forty now. I feel like I was wrong. There aren't a lot of people who get to keep doing this. It is a crazy thing. And unless you're working as a musician and you had to work on to be lucky enough to get where we are and keeping to do it at that very lucky. I don't take for granted for the most part everyone's while I take it for granted I do feel like I don't care as much about what people think as they did. Twenty years ago I. I think I deeply cared. Now I'm Kinda like if you don't think that what I did was good. I don't care I'm not saying you're wrong although I think you're wrong I I'm just saying that I don't care because it's good. It's funny to it's a different thing. When like the people who grew up on your music start telling their stories. They start writing their rock history. Because they don't do it. It's the same thing I was thinking about this. The other day is black. Sabbath we think of black Sabbath this fucking Sabbath but in the seventies if you're reading rock criticism it's like they're no good and they're not really. Satan s that's not real and it's not good. It's not good music. That's that fundamental to us. Yeah I just I just know that it's at the core of me. Know I do remember being almost frozen with joy fear when I was in a gym here in the city and Ozzy was on a treadmill near me walking up and he's walking not running. He was running but he was the whole shaking. A whole he runs like Frankenstein which is not surprising but he was like I mean his feeder hitting the grammy that I was like how it was. Bones hold up. He was running and it was not long. It was a decade ago. I was impressed that he was running. But also just like you know and eventually got the courage to go you know Biden bug him too much and he's of course as we all know now having watched charming he wasn't his. You know the first and only show. That was actually worth something. But in my strange opinion the only reality show the only family reality. Show watch great. Why do it again? That was perfect. Just watch reruns. It was perfect and he could see was a loving amazing person but what great music to hate. You know you might hate to admit it. But it's great right in my bones. We're now at stage where the stones are on tour and they're in their seventies. You can probably do that to let that happen when it does well. The way I feel right now is that I cannot believe how new new this how good I feel about this record. I think that if someone listens to this album and says I don't get it. They should either listen again or I don't know. Go eat a cupcake. This is their loss to me. It's such a good record of feels good about it and you back out on tour. This summer I cannot remember feeling this elated about playing music with and feeling so lifted by the experience as I do with you know the same people and some New People that I've ever felt in my life and it's just what the hell did I do right but I just feel like when I look at Carter and I know that we were in his basement practicing Stefan fifteen year old kid when I first approached him when I look at them now and I see those same people. You don't really see how much eight you know that makes me think we did something right. Even though we've lost some friends along the way we did something. We've found something in each other. That is remarkable and I don't take it for granted. Devlin leave it there. Thank you so much right on. It was really nice. Talking yet is fantastic into inside. The studio is an iheartradio original. Podcast created by Chris Peterson. This episode was written and hosted by me. Joe Levy our executive producer. Sandy small ones for automation in our mixer is Matt Noble like to give a big thank you to Dave Matthews and RCA records. Follow inside the studio on Iheartradio or subscribe. Wherever you listen to podcasts..
"matthews" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"With the studio version from come tomorrow. That's the sound I heard when I went to see the ban on the road. This a slightly different band as Matthews told me in this interview. There were some long simmering. Tensions with violinist Boyd Tinsley tensions that made him think hard about the future of the band. Tinsley announced in February. He was taking a break to focus on his health and family in. May around the time. The tour started sexual harassment charges surface against Boyd which he has denied but the Dave Matthews Band Management has released a statement saying. He's no longer a member of the group on this summer's tour. Matthew is touring with a strong seven piece band that includes Rashawn Ross Trumpet Jeff Coffin on Saxophone and buddy strong on keyboards. Matthew says he's never felt better about the music. He's playing mind you. He said stuff like this before but look at it. This way come. Tomorrow is an album about family about love and about the future. It starts with a song about giving birth so think of this as a rebirth moment for the Dave Matthews Band. When he says he's never felt better about the music. He's playing about the work he's doing. He's saying it after a lot of time and reflection. Here's what else he had to say. The speeder countless major five thousand. Welcome to the Dave Matthews. Thank you very much very nice to be here so I saw you play in Hartford on Saturday night. I just WANNA ask when you're doing a sixteen minute version of crush. Do you know at the start. It's going to be sixteen minutes or do you get five minutes in and like let's go along on this one boy. I think it was. I mean. That's one of the songs that we've grown accustomed to expanding but there are times when we get out of hand but I don't mean that Nevada weighed that one. I do remember thinking. Wow this one is keeps going and it really and think about. It is not the left a song a long time ago and now everything that's happening since then we're in a completely different place but it's nice to have a launching pad or sometimes it's the opposite. Sometimes you come in from some sort of improvisation and then land in a song which is another way to do it and occasionally which I suppose would seem like a more obvious way to do it. In the middle of a song will go off on some tangent and then hopefully find our way back to it but there's a variation. I don't know that we know exactly how long there have been times. I think it was with Bela fleck. And the flecked owns. We did a version of our song. Forty one with them. That lasted close to three quarters of an hour. You're in some major league DARKSTAR territory there. But I think it's fair to say that by the time that song ended. There's no way anyone would have known what the hell the song they came in the middle of that they would have been like what is happening. But that really wasn't the effect when I saw you guys on Saturday. I knew where the songs were in the band. Sounds very very tight right now. So much fun right now. It's feels like every moment. There's such a connection inside the seven of us. There's just this sort of. Don't jump off the train cause it's going fast kind of feeling right now that there's moments where it locks in so tight that you really just have to do your part you have to have faith in in what you're doing because if you lose faith that's the only thing that can stop. We're in such a mean groove that I don't remember feeling this kind of power. You've always been a a band with great flexibility but there did seem to be like a new kind of power to things especially the new material which seems more rock band focused. That and that's interesting. You say you know we've been working on a lot of that stuff for you. Don't actually more than twelve years old? The new songs some of them have a real Mosley groove driven thing to them. He kind of has an effect of doing that to the rest of the repertoire. I think from the beginning. We've been open to improvisation to let things go but everything changes. I've been struggling a bit with the band with a sound the band where we've been going. I think that's what led to avoid stepping away. I think that bringing in buddy strong it was realizing now just is ingredient of energy and a focus. That is changed. It's like finding the last part of some not to say there wasn't a magic. I'm not saying that. But I'm saying there's this new ingredient that changed the recipe. Everything tastes a little different. Everything changed and everyone changes like. We're all looking at each other again. A whole different way. Dave Matthews Band took last summer off. Yeah took a summer vacation. This is the you mentioned buoyed stepping away. This is the first tour without boy. Yeah was there any apprehension? Well I think you're part has been apprehensive for a long time. I you know what's what does that mean for me. Well there's been I feel and I think the guys all the guys agree. That void certainly was a big part of the early part of the band and remained because he's been there from the beginning this powerful personality. But it's been a while that I think all of us have felt that his focus. I mean he was there on stage. But you know in rehearsals are in the studio. His focus was really. It felt like to us not in the room. And so he was his own whirling dervishes own storm but not really worked beautifully sometimes other times it was very disoriented or seem disconnected and it was a frustration and we came. There was a lot of confrontation but I'm fiercely loyal person and it took a long time for me to say. Look we need more from you. We need more focus on us. It just felt like it's been a while that in that time when we're meant to be focusing on what we're doing. I've been having a really frustrating time. Getting to feel like he was putting in anything more than the bare minimum and to get him to cop to that that frustration in combination with his own personal things led him. You know to follow my advice and go to look after himself with the result of that for me was that we suddenly have this. We're not having to pull anyone along suddenly everybody's like at the front line. You know pushing to get ahead you know. We don't know where we're going into. You know we got buddy strong's just outrageous. I think he's dragging us all along. But we're all dragged everyone's pulling forward. It's like two buddies on Oregon. Did so strong is a news edition plate newest addition to the family and we met years ago but we a talking about working with rashawn actually called me up and say man. Does this guy by John. I listened to some of his Gospel Work Online and I. I'd known he worked with a lot of different people. This band is an interesting band and we want not only you to play the nose but we also want you to play your notes. What do you got And he has got a lot with him. It's like this open. It's opened doors to our own music and to each other the playing in Carter's really is and he keeps saying. And you're looking at buddy band. You know what that's what it is. He was joyful presence. Oh good Lord around and see him. It's like the presence you can hear that everyone's president but you can see it in his eyes and you can see everyone else 'cause we're all looking at each other like everybody's looking at each other as if quite a lot of the time if it's not overt joy or getting lost with sort of like to shoot his bad would is happening. It's like getting something that you deserve but you sort of can't believe that you're getting it. I gotta say when things started I was like she's I I know I don't i. Do I want a trumpet Solo and then like twenty minutes. I was like do better. Be A fucking trumpet. So yeah he's Rashawn is blowing like I've seen over there looks like you know he's GonNa come out of the front of his horn cycle. What is happening? Everybody Jeff? Actually all it looked as jeff up in Hartford. There was one point that I thought he was going to GonNa Lascaux that we played. I thought he's going to go to his knees. At one point he was he was he was and I was this full. He's about to go down and it would have been appropriate. He didn't he didn't but it was close. I was so tired by the end of the show that I almost couldn't physically clay the last song set but I was so happy about it. Like my hands in my body and my voice. I was so out of breath I felt as though like I may not be able to make but it was such a joyful feeling I. I Dunno over to not joy. It's not like happy. Happy Smile Smile. It's a mean groove. That is going on up there. So let's talk about the new record. Come tomorrow nine studio album. Seventh consecutive number one album debut on the billboard album charts. If you're keeping score at home mark. This one is number one. Whatever statistician came up with that? I feel like someone's been fixing the books but I like to thank them that it looks good. It looks good band. Putting out seven consecutive albums. Enter the charts at number. One is a record as record. Yeah he's a new record for records. Yes new record for records. You mentioned some of these songs. Date back to two thousand six. There are four different producers three studios. There was a one session that started for an album and scrapped. This doesn't sound like it's going to be a successful record and yet it's really good fun record. This is a focused album. Think is interesting and I'm glad that you feel like that because I feel like almost more about this album felted about any of them but I think it was you know I made a we recorded some of the recordings. Dade back a while. I loved those records but.
"matthews" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"With the studio version from come tomorrow. That's the sound. I heard when I went to see the ban on the road this. A slightly different band. As Matthews, told me in this interview. There were some long simmering tensions with violinist Boyd Tinsley. Tensions that made him think hard about the future of the band. Tinsley announced in February, he was taking a break to focus on his health and family. In May around the time the tour started sexual harassment charges surface against. Boyd which he has denied, but the Dave Matthews Band Management has released a statement saying he's no longer a member of the group. On this summer's Tour Matthew is touring with a strong seven piece band that includes Rashawn Ross Trumpet Jeff Coffin on Saxophone and buddy strong on keyboards. Matthew says he's never felt better about the music he's playing. Mind you. He said stuff like this before. But look at it this way. Come tomorrow is an album about family. About love and about the future. It starts with a song about giving birth. So think of this as a rebirth moment for the Dave Matthews Band. When he says he's never felt better. About the music. He's playing about the work he's doing. He's saying it. After, a lot of time and reflection. Here's what else he had to say. The speeder. Countless Major. Thousand. Welcome to the Dave Matthews. Thank you very much very nice to be here, so I saw you play in Hartford on Saturday night, I just WanNa ask when you're doing a sixteen minute version of crush. Do you know at the start? It's going to be sixteen minutes or do you get five minutes in and like? Let's go along on this one boy I think it was i. mean that's one of the songs that we've grown accustomed to expanding, but. There are times when We get out of hand, but I don't mean that Nevada weighed that one I do remember thinking. Wow, this one is keeps going and it really and I. Think about it is not the left a song a long time ago, and now everything that's happening since then we're in a completely different place, but it's nice to have a launching pad or sometimes it's the opposite. Sometimes you come in from some sort of improvisation and then land in a song, which is another way to do it, and occasionally which I suppose would seem like a more obvious way to do it. In the middle of a song will go off on some tangent and then hopefully find our way back to it, but there's a variation I. Don't know that we know exactly how long there have been times I think it was with Bela fleck and the flecked owns. We did a version of. Our Song Forty one with them that lasted. Close to three quarters of an hour. You're in some major. League Darkstar territory there, but I think it's fair to say that by the time that song ended. There's no way anyone would have known. WHAT THE HELL THE SONG! They came in the middle of that they would have been like what is happening, but that really wasn't the effect when I saw you guys on Saturday. I knew where the songs were in. The band sounds very very tight right now, so much fun right now. It's feels like every moment. There's such a connection inside the seven of us. There's just this sort of. Don't jump off the train cause. It's going fast kind of feeling right now that there's moments where it locks in so tight that you really just have to do your part. You have to have faith in in what you're doing because if you lose faith, that's the only thing that can stop. We're in such a mean groove that. I don't remember feeling this kind of power. You've always been a a band with great flexibility, but there did seem to be like a new kind of power to things, especially the new material which seems. More rock band focused that and that's interesting. You say you know we've been working on a lot of that stuff for you, don't. Actually, more than twelve years old the new songs some of them have. A Real Mosley groove driven thing to them. He kind of has an effect of doing that to the rest of the repertoire. I think from the beginning we've been open to. Improvisation to let things go, but everything changes I've been struggling a bit. With the band with a sound, the band or where we've been going I think. That's what led to avoid stepping away. I think that bringing in buddy strong. It was realizing now just is ingredient of energy and a focus that is. Changed. It's like finding. The last part of some. Not to say, there wasn't a magic. I'm not saying that but I'm saying there's this new ingredient that changed the recipe. Everything tastes a little different. Everything changed and everyone changes like we're all looking at each other again a whole different way. Dave Matthews. Band took last summer off. Yeah, took a summer vacation. This is the you mentioned buoyed stepping away. This is the first tour without boy. Yeah, was there any apprehension well? I think you're part has been apprehensive for a long time I. You know what's what does that mean for me? Well, there's been. I feel. And I. Think the guys. All the guys agree that. Void certainly was a big part. Of the early part of the band and remained because he's been there from the beginning this powerful. Personality but. It's been a while that. I think all of us have felt that. His focus. I mean he was there on stage, but. In rehearsals are in the studio. His focus was really it felt like to us not in the room, and so he was his own whirling dervishes own storm, but not really worked beautifully sometimes other times. It was very. Disoriented or seem disconnected, and it was a frustration and we came. There was a lot of confrontation, but I'm fiercely loyal person. And it took a long time for me to say look. We need more from you. We need more focus on us. It just felt like. It's been a while that in that time when we're meant to be focusing on what we're doing. I've been having a really frustrating time getting to feel like he was putting. In anything more than the bare minimum, and to get him to cop to that that frustration in combination with his own personal things led him. You know to follow my advice and go to look after himself with the result of that for me..
"matthews" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"But they became celebrated when kids who'd grown up loving, their music began to make records or right rock criticism of their own. Looking back now you can see how Sabbath gloom in emotional chaos told us certain kinds of truth through seventies. Kids let down by the implosion of the sixties. And just maybe the Dave Matthews band represented something of a flip side sort of hope for its audience. An interracial band? Led by a guitarist who'd grown up in South Africa. The Dave Matthews band came to prominence around the time Bill Clinton was elected. They were about the world as you wanted to see it rather than the world is it was? And if that sounds like an exaggeration. You haven't talked politics Dave Matthews a committed progressive. I think the best political position for me is as far left as you can. Before you, start going toward somebody else's right so I think we made a mistake here off of saying you know you have the right and you have the left. We barely scraped the left in this country, but if you can go further left and then stop, which would be the real center before you appear to be going towards somebody else's right. That's good, because then everybody on the left. Then within the truth is that we really would be best off if we were all in our communal left. Rather than everybody's absurd radical right, the radical right is the problem I don't know if my the radical left. I think they're all reasonable. Come! Tomorrow has some songs that date back more than a decade to two thousand six. Matthews worked with four producers in pull out tracks from sessions that have been left on the shelf. That sounds like it could be a mess, but it isn't. Some more focused album that he's made in the long while with a bigger heavier rock sound. The version of can't stop from live tracks volume six recorded twelve years ago..
"matthews" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"This time around. I got a chance to go along with Dave Matthews. Which if you've ever spoken with Dave sentence I love about Dave Matthews. Is this guy who's passionate about what he does. He takes it very very seriously. But that doesn't stop him from having a wicked sense of humor about everything including himself. We talked about why it took six years between albums why it took a year off from the road with the Dave Matthews Band. The secret connection between his band black Sabbath than what it was like to turn fifty and keep on going in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. The Dave Matthews Band played their very first shows in Charlottesville Virginia at a benefit for Middle Eastern children and also at Entertain Festival Matthews was born in South Africa and grew up in America and England but he was back in South Africa for high school and after graduating in nineteen eighty five five years before the apartheid regime began to crumble. He moved to Charlottesville rather than serve in the military. He was tending bar there at a place called Miller's and he had to be coaxed by friends in performing his own work in public but once the Dave Matthews Fan came together. Things happened fairly quickly. The band released its first album. Remember two things A mostly live collection in nineteen ninety three two years. After those first gigs built a passionately devoted audience in part by using the model of the grateful dead meaning they encouraged the crowd to tape and trade live shows two years after that debut album. The open three shows for the dead on that band's final tour in nineteen ninety five the next year they were opening shows Bob Dylan and the year after that. Nineteen Ninety seven the Rolling Stones. Of course they were growing their own audience that whole time and by. Nineteen Ninety Eight. They were headlining stadiums. That's the year their third studio album before these crowded streets debuted at number one starting a streak that's continued across seven albums right up to the recently released. Come tomorrow curse Dave Matthews band album in six years though they were almost always described as a jam. Dan and still are the Dave Matthews band. Became One of America's biggest rock bands in the nineties a position. They've never really given up. They wrapped a bunch of different audiences into one thing sort of the same way. They wrapped a bunch of different music. The jazzy saxophone of worry more. The Blue Grassy Violin Tinsley the solid funk bottom drummer Carter Beaufort and basis defined with hard into one thing. It's easy to understand the significance. The Dave Matthews Band took on for the grateful dead's audience after the death of Jerry Garcia in nineteen ninety-five. What's less obvious is the role. They played for nineties. Rock kids around the same time since nineteen ninety-five also the year. The pro jam stopped playing the United States for three years while they waged battle with ticketmaster in the post. Grunge moment music. That sounded both happy and sad. That mixed the intimate with the epic was a style looking for a hero. Some bands could latch onto it for a few minutes the way that remember them Marcy playground or the Spin. Doctors did and some could manage for few albums. The Way Stone Temple pilots did but aside from Dave Grohl. I'm hard pressed think of anyone who's managed to make it last for a career that spanned decades the way mathews has Dave Matthews hit experience loss early on. His father died from cancer when he was just ten years. Old and songs like satellite or lie in our graves talked about the fragility of life look so did tripping. Billy's in its own way other songs like crash into me. We're about chasing down pleasure a big audience trying to figure out how to make sense of bad times and make the good times last found something in the Dave Matthews Band. Look it didn't always translate from performance into the recording studio and that may be the one thing the Dave Matthews Band truly shares with the grateful dead but the live show became a defining experience documented on more than forty live albums. The Dave Matthews Band audience is loyal. Them EASE is not summer without sitting on the lawn. At a Dave Matthews amphitheater show in North America. They were the biggest grossing band of the two thousand selling within. Hi Andrew and twenty million dollars tickets and that slowed down only slightly according to billboard in two thousand fifteen. The band played fifty shows selling seven hundred twenty thousand tickets and earning forty two million dollars. The last year couple unusual things happened the Dave Matthews band. The first is that they took the summer off. And I think that might be the first summer in twenty five years without Dave Matthews Band shows as Matthews explained to me turning fifty. Had something to do with it. My fiftieth birthday did fall right around the same time as the seven deadly sins or the cardinal sins took over the highest office in the nation birthdays in January. Are you saying it was around? The time of the trump inauguration. Exactly you turn fifty you have this moment Of what thinking do I keep doing this? Do I change what I'm doing like what's going on? I think there was a lot of different thoughts. I think for me. I've never been ungrateful. I don't think I have even tied but never been ungrateful for what I've managed with the band and all the guys in the band have taught me but I do when I turned fifty. I was like I really have to have a selfish year. So in two thousand seventeen matthews took time for himself with his family and thought hard about the future of his band. While he was thinking about the future a reconsideration of the past was underway. Thanks in part to Greta. Gerwig use of crash into me in her coming of age movie Lady Bird Song Turns up twice. I when Lady Bird played by Shurshid Ronin plays it over and over again with her best friend while she's crying her way out of high school heartbreak and then later she's riding in a car with your new boyfriend who's one of the cool kids and crash into me comes on the radio while he's talking trash about not going to. Brown fucking hate this song. There's a lot going on here. A young woman standing up for herself not letting other people define her but also it someone in high school saying fuck it to being too cool to admit that she loves the music that she actually loves but as poignant moment in the movie I tell you what she asked if she could use the song I was like. Yeah I didn't really scripted. You I could have. But she's a talented actress and it was a few years ago and I was like this is the beginning that she asked because I think for her. It was a poignant song for the you know. I'm grateful but then when I watched I was like what that's a super generous place to put. It also shows sort of exactly what I was saying. It was a beautiful place that she put it so at a center note and say thank you so much. Well Nice of you. What happens in the movie is a little like what happened to black sabbath or kiss in the eighties and nineties? Those pants were pretty much hated by rock critics in their day but they became celebrated when kids who'd grown up loving their music began to make records or right rock criticism of their own. Looking back. Now you can see how. Sabbath gloom emotional chaos told us certain kinds of truth through seventies kids. Let down by the implosion of the sixties. And just maybe the Dave Matthews band represented something of a flip side Sort of hope for its audience. An interracial band led by a guitarist. Who'D GROWN UP IN SOUTH AFRICA? The Dave Matthews band came to prominence. Around the time Bill Clinton was elected they were about the world as you wanted to see it rather than the world is. It was and if that sounds like an exaggeration. You haven't talked politics. Dave Matthews a committed progressive. I think the best political position for me is as far left as you can before you start going toward somebody else's right so I think we made a mistake here off of saying you know you have the right and you have the left. We barely scraped the left in this country. But if you can go further left and then stop which would be the real center before you appear to be going towards somebody else's right. That's good because then everybody on the left then within the truth is that we really would be best off if we were all in our communal left rather than everybody's absurd radical right. The radical right is the problem. I don't know if my the radical left. I think they're all reasonable. Come tomorrow. Has some songs that date back. More than a decade to two thousand six Matthews worked with four producers in. Pull out tracks from sessions that have been left on the shelf. It sounds like it could be a mess but it isn't some more focused album that he's made in the long while with a bigger heavier rock. Sound the version of can't stop from live tracks volume six recorded twelve years ago.
"matthews" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"This time around. I got a chance to go along with Dave Matthews. which if you've ever spoken with Dave? Single sentence. I love about Dave Matthews. Is this guy who's passionate about what he does? He takes it very very seriously, but that doesn't stop him from having a wicked sense of humor about everything including himself. We talked about why it took six years between albums. Why it took a year off from the road with the Dave Matthews Band. The secret connection between his band and Black Sabbath than what it was like to turn fifty. And keep on going. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety one. The Dave Matthews Band played their very first shows in Charlottesville Virginia at a benefit for middle, eastern children, and also at Entertain Festival Matthews was born in South Africa and grew up in America and England, but he was back in South Africa for high school, and after graduating in nineteen eighty five five years before the apartheid regime began to crumble, he moved to Charlottesville rather than serve in the military. He was tending bar there at a place called Miller's and he had to be coaxed by friends in performing his own work in public. But once the Dave Matthews Fan came together. Things happened fairly quickly. The band released its first album. Remember two things a mostly live collection in nineteen ninety three. Two years after those first gigs. They built a passionately devoted audience in part by using the model of the grateful dead meaning. They encouraged the crowd to tape and trade live shows. Two years after that debut album. The open three shows for the dead on that band's final tour in nineteen, ninety five. The next year they were opening shows Bob Dylan, and the year after that nineteen, ninety seven, the rolling stones. Of course, they were growing their own audience that whole time, and by nineteen, Ninety Eight. They were headlining stadiums. That's the year their third studio album before these crowded streets debuted at number one starting a streak that's continued across seven albums right up to the recently released come tomorrow. Curse Dave Matthews band album in six years. Though, they were almost always described as a jam, Dan and still are. The Dave Matthews Band became one of America's biggest rock bands in the nineties. A position they've never really given up. They wrapped a bunch of different audiences into one thing sort of the same way. They wrapped a bunch of different music. The jazzy saxophone of worry more, the Blue Grassy Violin Boyd Tinsley the solid Funk, bottom, drummer Carter, beaufort and basis defined with hard into one thing. It's easy to understand the significance the Dave. Matthews Band took on for the grateful dead's audience after the death of Jerry Garcia in Nineteen ninety-five. What's obvious is the role. They played for nineties rock kids around the same time since nineteen ninety-five also the year, the pro jam stopped playing the United States for three years while they waged battle with ticketmaster. In the Post grunge moment. Music that sounded both happy and sad that mixed the intimate with the epic. Was a style looking for a hero? Some bands could latch onto it for a few minutes. The way that remember them, Marcy playground or the spin doctors did. And some could manage for few albums. The Way Stone. Temple pilots did. But aside from Dave Grohl. Hard pressed think of anyone who's managed to make it last for a career that spanned decades the way Mathews has. Dave Matthews hit experience loss early on his father died from cancer when he was just ten years old and songs like satellite or lie in our graves talked about the fragility of life. Look, so did tripping billy's in its own way. Other songs like crash into me. We're about chasing down pleasure. A big audience, trying to figure out how to make sense of bad times and make the good times last found something in the Dave Matthews Band. Look, it didn't always translate from performance into the recording studio and that may be the one thing the Dave Matthews band. Truly shares with the grateful dead. But the live show became a defining experience. Documented on more than forty live albums. the, Dave Matthews Band audience is loyal for them. It is not summer without sitting on the lawn at a Dave Matthews amphitheater show. In North America. They were the biggest grossing band of the two thousand selling within Hi Andrew and twenty million dollars tickets. and. That slowed down only slightly. According to billboard in two thousand fifteen, the band played fifty shows. Selling seven hundred twenty thousand tickets and earning forty two million dollars. The last year. Couple unusual things happened the Dave Matthews band. The first is that they took the summer off and I think that might be the first summer in twenty five years without Dave, Matthews Band shows. As. Matthews explained to me. Turning fifty had something to do with it. My Fiftieth Birthday did fall. Right around the same time as the seven deadly sins, or the cardinal sins took over the highest office in the nation birthdays in January. Are you saying it was around the time of the trump inauguration? Exactly you turn fifty. You have this moment of. What thinking do I keep doing this? Do I change what I'm doing like? What's going on? I think there was a lot of different thoughts I think for me. I've never been ungrateful I. Don't think I may have been tied, but never been ungrateful for. What I've managed with the band and all the guys in the band have taught me, but I do when I turned fifty I was like I really have to. Have a selfish year. So in two thousand seventeen matthews took time for himself with his family and thought hard about the future of his band. While he was thinking about the future. A reconsideration of the past was underway. Thanks in part to Greta GERWIG use of crash into me in her coming of age movie, Lady Bird. Song turns up twice. I when Lady Ladybird laid by Shurshid Ronin. Plays it over and over again with her best friend while she's crying her way out of high school heartbreak. And then later. She's riding in a car with your new boyfriend. WHO's one of the cool kids? And crash into me comes on the radio while he's talking trash about not going to Brown. fucking hate this song. There's a lot going on here. A young woman standing up for herself, not letting other people define her, but also. It someone in high school, saying fuck it to being too cool to admit that she loves the music that she actually loves, but as poignant moment in the movie I, tell you what she asked if she could use the song I was like yeah I didn't really. Scripted you. I could have, but she's a talented actress and it was a few years ago and I was like this at the beginning that she asked because I think for her. It was a poignant song for the you know. I'm grateful, but then when I watched I was like what that's a super generous place to put, it also shows sort of exactly what I was saying, but it was a beautiful place that she put it so at a center note and say thank you so much well nice of you. What happens in the movie is a little like what happened to black sabbath or kiss in the eighties and nineties. Those pants were pretty much hated by rock.