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"maya angelou" Discussed on Tara Brach

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Tara Brach

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Tara Brach

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04:14 min | Last month

"maya angelou" Discussed on Tara Brach

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Tara Brach

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04:33 min | Last month

"maya angelou" Discussed on Tara Brach

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:59 min | 2 months ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"That's going to happen like the big paperwork that he showed and they're like oh that's parley track of like everything that they've said. Yeah it was real. Call back to the first episode to old school typed out paper with what they were saying on it. And he's reiterating the fact that basically like nothing has been free will. It's all been determined by by king this king and so i wanna look at that poem again. I talked about the poem by maya angelou and it says you may write me down in history with your bitter twisted lies. You may trod me in the dirt but still like to style rise so when you break that down you may write me down history with your bitter twisted lies. That sounds like everyone who's kind of like been manipulated and has had their free will taken away by tang and the creation of the and the next part reads you may trod me in the very dirt but still like dust. I'll rise so if you're the heroes in this story and you want your free will you can rise against the dictatorship of caring and get the yours or you can.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:54 min | 7 months ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hi jenny. Today we're re airing an old episode of encyclopedia britannica. I leading the life and work of maya angelou. Maya angelou is one of many women who've been honored as a glamour woman of the year. She was celebrated in two thousand nine for thirty years. Glamour has honored the world's most pioneering women and inspiring leaders such as kamala harris violet davis hillary clinton condoleeza rice misty copeland serena williams reese witherspoon shonda rhimes gloria steinem and many more on march second glamorous releasing a hardcover book entitled glamour. Thirty years of women who have reshaped the world it touches on some of the most culturally important moments of our recent history. The book will be available for purchase at all major booksellers with that onto the show. Many people wonder where my secret lies. I'm not cute. A bill to suit fashion models signs when i started to tell them they think i'm telling land i say it's in the reach of my arms the span of my hips the stride of step the curl of my lips. I'm a woman phenomenon from wonder media. Network i'm jenny. Kaplan and this is encyclopaedia manica. It's july fourth for those of you celebrating. Happy independence day every weekday for a year. We're telling the story of a different woman from throughout history who you may or may not know about. It definitely should on this national holiday. I'm so excited to celebrate the life of one of america's greets. Today's dreamer was an american author. Poet historian songwriter playwright dancer producer director performer singer and civil rights activist. She really was a phenomenal woman. Let's talk about maya angelou marguerite. Anne johnson was born in saint louis missouri in nineteen twenty eight but spent much of childhood with her paternal grandmother in the rural town of stamps. Arkansas at the age of seven marguerite was raped by her mother's boyfriend marguerite the crime and the perpetrator was subsequently murdered. Traumatized margaret almost completely mute. For several years she later wrote about this period in her first and best known autobiographical book. I know why the caged bird sings when she was twelve marguerite and her mother moved across the country to san francisco. Marguerite was in a variety of jobs including as a cocktail waitress a prostitute. And madam a cook and a dancer. It was during her time as a dancer that she assumed her. Better known professional. Name maya angelou. Miami of back across the country to new york city in the late nineteen fifties and joined the harlem writers guild around the same time she also landed a leading role in a us. State department sponsored production of george gershwin's opera porgy and bess the production toward all over the world hitting twenty two countries in europe and africa. My also studied dance with dance. Legends martha graham and pearl premise. She was heavily involved. In the civil rights movement and in nineteen fifty-nine. Meyer became the northern coordinator for the southern christian leadership conference the civil rights organization at the personal behest of dr martin luther king junior in one thousand nine hundred sixty one maya in john jay's play the blacks before moving to cairo with a south african dissident to whom she was briefly married in cairo maya worked as a reporter at the arab observer. She done moved to ghana and worked at the african review. Meyer returned to the us in the late. Nineteen sixties her first book. I know why the caged bird sings nineteen. Sixty-nine and it was nominated for a national book award. Maya was extremely busy in the nineteen seventies her first collection of poetry entitled. Just give me a cool drink of water for i. Die was published in nineteen seventy one the following year. My head became the first african american woman to have a screenplay produced as a feature film for the movie georgia georgia. She also wrote the film soundtrack. Through the rest of the decade to more of maya's autobiographical books were published gathered together in my name and singing and swinging and getting married like christmas under second collection of poetry called and still i rise was released leaving behind nights of terror and fear iran into daybreak miraculously clear uh iran bringing the gifts that my ancestors game i am the hope and the dream of the slave and so naturally maya was also appointed by president. Gerald ford to the by centennial commission and later by president jimmy carter to the commission for international woman of the year. My also continued her acting career appealing on stage and in several tv shows including the iconic miniseries roots. Maya was often referred to as dr angelou. Despite the fact that she hadn't gone to college over the course of her life however she received more than fifty honorary degrees from some of the world's most prestigious universities and in nineteen eighty one. She was given a lifetime appointment. As professor of american studies at wake forest university in winston salem north carolina that same year she also released her third autobiographical book. The heart of a woman for the next thirty three years maya's pace of work continued. She published three more memoirs two more collections of poetry. A book of meditations several children's books an anecdote driven book of advice. She also continued to act and became a director. Maya was asked to compose and deliver poems for bill. Clinton's nineteen ninety-three presidential inauguration and the fiftieth anniversary of the united nations. She was also commissioned by the us state department to write the poem. His day is done as an elegy for former south african president nelson mandela in two thousand. Eleven maya angelou was awarded the presidential medal of freedom by president barack obama. Maya died on the morning of may twenty eighth. Two thousand fourteen in winston salem. Despite the fact that she'd been sick and had cancelled scheduled appearances says she was still working on another book at the time during memorial service wake forest my son said quote. She left this mortal plane with no loss of acuity and no loss comprehension. Maya angelou's poetry and literature have become part of the great american cannon. Her work explores themes of economic racial and sexual oppression and draws from her incredible personal experiences tune in tomorrow for the story of another amazing dreamer special. Thanks to lose kaplan my favorite sister and the amazing brain behind this collection of women. Talk to you tomorrow..

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22-Year-Old Los Angeles Poet to Perform at Inauguration

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:18 min | 8 months ago

22-Year-Old Los Angeles Poet to Perform at Inauguration

"Old L a poet Amanda Gorman was asked to write a poem and recited at Joe Biden's inauguration tomorrow. But you probably don't know that Gorman, who became the nation's first national youth poet laureate a few years ago shares Personal connection with the president elect. Like Biden, who spoken openly about having studied as a child, Gorman has had to overcome a childhood speech impediment. She had difficulty saying certain letters of the alphabet. The letter R was especially tough, which caused her to have to constantly self edit. I don't want to say girls can change the world, but I cannot say Many of the letters in that statement, so I'd say things like young woman can shape the globe. Gorman says her inauguration poem was partly inspired by the insurrection of the U. S Capitol earlier this month. Here's a preview of that poem, which is called the Hill We Climb Allow Democracy can be periodically delayed. It can never be permanently defeated. In this truth in this faith we trust for while we have our eyes on the future history has its eyes on us. And when she steps to the microphone tomorrow, Gorman will continue a tradition that includes luminaries such as Robert Frost in Maya Angelou, who is one of her personal heroes, and crowds could soon

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Christina Anstead reveals new Maya Angelou-inspired back tattoo amid split from husband Ant: ‘Still I Rise’

Daily Pop

01:39 min | 9 months ago

Christina Anstead reveals new Maya Angelou-inspired back tattoo amid split from husband Ant: ‘Still I Rise’

"Hollywood is going through some drastic changes. You guys take a look at crecy. The fed's new inc. Her tattoo runs down her spine It's inspired by my angela. Maya angelou poem that says still i rise. Now clearly she's been through it This comes after her split. From and and said i love the look of this hat tattoo. I think it chic. I love the message. I think it goes good. I think it works with what she's going through right now. Oh there's not get hot photo. Yeah i i agree with you. I love the tattoo. I love the message. I love the background of it. I just always say when you're going through a life change especially break-up do not make a permanent decision until a year later but it is still i rise and we could you reference to anything in life. Are you gonna want arrived and this. This is this justice conservative side that he pretends he does not have he. He hates plastic surgery. He doesn't like that too. He loves to be extremely proper. I agree with justin. I joan. I really wanna be cooler than i am. I just ironically do not love tattoo and especially not on a woman. I just don't know why like. I don't like their cool. I you know. Everyone's you know free to express themselves. However they want to. She's obviously stunning. It looks great. She got a hop back. I just don't i don't know does nothing for me. I've never wanted to be like today's the day that like. I'm gonna inc myself up with something.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:33 min | 9 months ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on WJR 760

"And it will be better tomorrow as we're reminded again and again by the late Dr Maya Angelou. Meanwhile, I suspect we would get the same thought. From a guy who was in the thick of things in Washington yesterday. Basically locked down in the House gallery in the U. S. Capitol under siege. And a guy who joined us already this week, Congressman Tim Walberg is back to talk about the experience, Congressman A Good morning. Welcome back. Are you there? Cause I don't hear him. Really Well, you know, you know. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Start from the beginning because we didn't hear you at all. If I had taken myself off Mute s, I would have coughed it cost in here. I didn't feel fine, but it's you know, I'm almost feel like Paul W. In bed last night 33 a m. I guess this morning 3 A.m. and then now up How do you I don't know how you do this, but, uh, we're glad to be with you this morning. Yeah, it was. It was. It was a terrible day yesterday for part of it. It was a great day for other parts of it. We We started out doing the things that Constitution requires Electoral college counting of votes. Getting into debates about objections to certain of the state's votes on then everything broke out crazy, but I'll go to the end we we went back into session and completed. Task of counting the votes yesterday. And I think that was a demonstration to the world as well as to, uh, sadly, the people that chose to use their First Amendment liberties In a way that we don't do in the United States and cause destruction and death. And a lot of pain and frustration in the process, But in the end America came through and I'm glad to be part of it. And I'm glad we did show the world that even though there was a momentary blip You got back to doing what you were supposed to do. You were not prevented from doing What you were supposed to do, and you you accomplished what you set out to do in the There's been a lot of confusion this year between what's a protest and what's a riot, and I blame Much of the mainstream media for forgetting the word riot and thinking that everything was a quiet to protest. They right away. Thought of even the quiet protest is being a riot. But when you cross a line As people did you are then writing and it's not right anywhere, but especially in the United States Capitol so there should be no confusion. All of that should be pretty clear to people. And and we move on from there, and that's what we're doing. We will have in the president's own word who called for peace early in the morning this morning. And said, they'll be in orderly transition of power. Which is good to hear him say, because that's what people Needed to hear all along as difficult loss, as it might have been, and with all of the allegations that are still raw, and who knows what went on and where, but the bottom line is We stand for democracy. Around the world we did yesterday morning at this time, and we do this morning at this time. Well said Well said. We are a republic Republican form of democracy. That means we're constitutional democracy. We're not just a democracy that says majority wins, that we've taken great consideration to make sure that we all have a say we don't have an opportunity. And the rights of the majority as well as the minorities are protected. And what we saw yesterday. Um I think was the culmination of a lot of emotions that went on. And maybe some rabble roses assed well. But in the end in the end, um We move forward, and I was delighted this morning to hear that the president said there will be orderly transmission. Uh, the transition transition. You see, you know, you said in the beginning. I don't know how you do this. I didn't know what you were talking about the first but I know what you're talking about. How do you get two hours? Three hours of sleep. Come on the air and makes sense. I'm not sure I do make sense. But I understand how difficult this is for you. Hey, e. I appreciate that. Let me ask you before we leave. Um uh, since I don't have an opportunity to was speak to too many people who were there. Locked down in the chambers. What was it like from your standpoint? Well, it started out much like what you'd hear on a state of the Union address in recent years, you'd hear a demonstration noise going on somewhere in the capital, and normally it's 2030. People that are demonstrating are doing a sit down that type of thing and Banging drums or whatever. And you hear that, But this could began to get closer and closer and we were going on with our debate. Constitutional Abate said. It was over their chambers. We were in ours. And all of a sudden the sergeant at arms and the Capitol. Police began telling us various reports. We we recess for short periods of times, went back into the bait. And then all of sudden they came and said, Listen, we want you to pull your gas mask out for underneath your chairs. And have them in your lap already. And if we ask you to get to the floor, get the floor because there is some protection with the backs of our seats..

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

06:07 min | 9 months ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"You always doing something. Great by my opinion came on the pulse of morning by my angelou. A rock a river. A tree hosts two species long since departed mocked the mastodon dinosaur. Who left dried tokens of this on john here on planet floor any bortolami of their hastening doom and the lost of the gloom of the dust in ages. But today the rock lies out to us. Clearly and forcefully come you may stand upon my back and face your distant destiny but seek no haven in my shadow. I will give you no hiding place down here. You created only a little lower than the angels crouch too long. In the bruising darkness have laid to long face down in ignorance your mouth spilling words on fa slaughter. The rock cries out to us. Today you may stand upon me but do not hide your face so it is definitely a heck of a poem and a a pretty Pretty smart one for inauguration. Just this is one of my poems. Like by maya angelou is a personal favorite of mine because it is a perfect example. We're talking about when somebody can write so much about their personal lives and about the black culture and about racism about society in general and then still right things that universal dagan reach the rest of us still bringing on board. This one's called still i rise you. You may write me down in history with your bitter twisted lies. You may trod me in the very dirt but still like dust. I'll rise does my sassy nece upset you why you beset with gloom. 'cause i walk like i've got all wells pumping in my living room. Like moons and length sons with certainty of tides just like hope suspending high still. I rise did you want to see me. Broken bowed head and lowered is still this falling down. I tear drops. Weakened in my cli- full myself full cries. Does my hardiness offend you. Don't you take it awfully hard. 'cause i laugh like i got gold mines digging in my backyard. You may shoot me. What your words. You may cut me with your eyes. You may kill me with your hateful. Nece but still like air. I rise does my sexiest upset you to come as a surprise to identify. I got diamonds at the meeting of my thighs are the huts of history. Shame i rise up from a past rooted in pain. I rise. I'm black ocean leaping and wide whiling and swelling. I bear in the tide leaving the knights of terror and fear. I rise into a daybreak. That's wonderfully clear. I rise bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave i am.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"Anne johnson able the fourth which is funny. Because i don't give a lot of credence to ethel ethological things okay. I don't but i've always had this weird experience to where women who aries. I always seem to have fabulously get along with them unperfect. Perfect friendships all my entire life. So even though. I never got a chance to meet my. I always felt that looking at her birthday. Because i was born april third that we probably would get along fabulously just because of that. I don't know why now. I never had any romantic relationships. On notions anybody who areas is women but the fact that there were areas some seem to make some kind of cosmic connection. I know it's putting something else all right. So she's a she's a memoir list The only writer unknown those the road seven autobiographies and we'll talk about that and of course of rights activists she wrote a number of of of books plays a essays number of books of poetry. She wrote some plays as she was in some some movies like fifty years. She got like over fifty honorary degrees from different places around the country in the world. The how big i Hit i get you say. On autobiography level would be I know why the courage bird sings. Nineteen sixty nine which is four years after i was born okay and She wrote a great deal about About her life and she wrote in in a different type of style than people will use to on on writing autobiographies. you know. I'm always for changing. Something around fits what you're trying to do. There's nothing wrong with that. That's called creativity. No-one says you have to go around right in the exact same story. Same short story average ruined for two twenty years all the same poem or anything else so she did that differently. She got some criticism for that because they felt that she was fiction. Leising some of her life and also being put together that type of style and that kind of autobiography but to me. That's silly okay. The reason why they'd say that's silly this first of all. There's nothing wrong changing things around. Good that you should do that as a writer i. It's it's definitely a sign of a of a creative spirit. Okay second maya angelou is different than any of us. Okay you sit down thirty forty fifty years later. Whatever to write down something. Are you going to have every notion and every fact no by by this does accident. You're gonna you're going to accidentally officialize things. Because they are the best recollection of your memory. So i don't. I mean when they say that about her and to me. It's almost like the saying that. Somehow she's making up stuff while she's line something. I i just find that nonni route an unacceptable but it's just not very practical to say that you know how you can remember everything. She lived a very interesting and fascinating. Life listen to a job. She had before she really got into creative stuff on a full-time basis. Okay see was a fry cook. At one point another point she was a sex worker. That's nice word. Same prostitute while then. She became a night port club perform and then he was a cast member and poor. gm best which. I could definitely see She was accord aimed for the southern christian leadership conference big in civil rights. She went on become a correspondent for egypt and ghana. When the one that was going to during the decolonization of africa says he got involved in that so at one point she was actress. Riders used directors who produced a number plays movies and public television programs k then. She became a professor of american studies at wake forest university and winston salem north carolina She was definitely active in the civil rights movement She were luther..

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A Conversation With Dr. Maya Angelou

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

05:27 min | 10 months ago

A Conversation With Dr. Maya Angelou

"With the release of her book. A song long up to heaven a song. I like to do at a song long enough to have enough. I said many times. Maya has been one of my greatest teachers. I am so blessed to have her in my life. She is the one. I often look to for strength for wisdom for comfort and courage and also just to talk you know everytime we on the we're not talking about courage and with sometimes we just laugh a lot anyway. The sheer power of her words and insights have moved and inspired me. And i know millions of you. Maya says at a song flung up to heaven is the sixth and final in the series of books about her remarkable life which she began with. I know why cage heard sing the first book of dr angelo's bestselling autobiographical series was. I know why the caged bird sings. It made her literary star. Stayed on the new york times bestseller lists for two years. It is brutally honest account of her painful childhood and how she rose above being raped by her mother's boyfriend when she was just eight. And the six years of self-imposed silence follows next. She wrote gathered together in my name about her struggle to make ends meet as a single mother at age. Sixteen working as a cook. a dancer. a madam even a prostitute next in singing and swinging getting married like christmas. Maya takes on her journey into show business touring europe as a singer and dancer walnut phone informative and millions read the heart of a woman. Were maya takes us through one of the most fascinating periods of her life from her debut at the apollo theater to her first meeting with malcolm x. to the joys and challenges of raising a teenage son then in all god's children need traveling shoes she follows her heart to africa in search of her roots where she teaches at the university of ghana and works as a journalist alongside malcolm x. world now poet author actress activist. Dr maya angelou has risen to greatness time and time again is more phenomenal phenomenal phenomenal woman than ever. Please welcome my dear friend. Dr maya angelou do want to talk about something. Other than and wisdom shrink in hope. What is seventy four wheel like. It's so wonderful. It is so good. I thought the fifties were hunt. Until i reach the sixty the sixties out there. They're out there who. Then when i reached the seventies mount no the seventies you want to reach the seventies. everybody's stay alive reach this because do you feel age you know. This is a society that so puts age and ageing. And we're so concerned about it. Is there a point where you say. Oh yes. I'm now an older woman. No there are some things that have not escaped. Me team has not. Ecstasy has not satisfaction has not disappointment has not fear has not courage has not so there are some things which have not escaped me. So that keeps you young If you start thinking that you know it and nobody can tell you anything. You found the one way and you can tell others faults. It's already over. it's already too late. You have become old at eighteen at twenty five when you think you know everything but when you know a do a lot you've been around a long time and you've paid attention like you so interesting though because people say to me when you call her up and you talk to her. Does she talk like she talks when she's and it is true many times i call them my and like just the other day he says on the morning. I'm sitting in my kitchen table and she just starts a conversation. Let me get a pencil. write this down. She's talking and then she are you there baby go. Yes so tell me. What is this significant of a song flung up heaven It comes from the third verse in the nba by pauline's dunbar. And i'd love to say please. That may i the first. I says i know what the caged bird fields on me when the sun is bright on upland slopes when the wind blows saw through the springing grass and the river. Floats like a sheet glass when the first bird sings and the first bird oaths and the same perfume from its chalice steals. I know but the caged bird field.

How to Give Visitors a Wow! Experience

The Official BNI Podcast

06:45 min | 1 year ago

How to Give Visitors a Wow! Experience

"Priscilla rice and I'm coming to you from Live Oak recording studio in Berkeley, California, and I'm joined on the phone today by the founder and the chief Visionary officer of BNI. Dr. Ivan misner. Hello, How are you? And where are you this week? I am in addition to many recorded visits all around the world. I am Live this week June for a regional compact. In event, so I'm in Canada this week. That sounds all right. Now also this week I have a guest this is his fifth visit to as a guest to be an iPod cast and his name is Mark Applebaum. Mark has been would be and I for over 15 years. He's been a director consultant for more than five years. He's long and successful chapters in the b&i Utah and North Region Marx married to his amazing life. He says Tiffany for almost twenty years with two children Ryan and Tom Jenna and one of the things that Mark loves to do is to teach chapter members how to give visitors a wow experience. I can't think of anything better than that. Welcome back Mark mm contest. Thank you so much. I've it's great to be back. What's good to have you here? And you want to start by talking about making visitors female wanted so the floors your home. Well, thank you, you know a little background of where my y about this topic came up his growing up. I grew up back east in New York and my dad owned a pet store or at the time when I was growing up and I worked for my dad for many years and my dad was the world to me and he struggled a lot financially. So if a customer ever left his store, but happy it really affects his livelihood. So I was did my best to if a customer wasn't having a positive experience at least have them leads as happy as possible and you know in vni every visitor is not only a potential customer to be an eye, but it's a potential customer for ourselves. It's a their potential referral partners for ourselves more could lead us to potential customers or referral Partners. So how we treat our visitors. It's just imperative. So this podcast, you know, if you're a visitor host. It's not just meant for the visitor house out there. It's really meant for every single member to take on the mindset of a visit. Post because we all play a role in that visitor experience and it's in the future success of our chapter know let me just add one thing to you real quick. I know if you know this, but when I started back we didn't have visitor hosts. One of the things I said was that if you invited a visitor you had to be there host and honestly that didn't work as well. So because not everybody's created equal as a host wage and we did create visitor host. But that was my initial concept with b and I was that everybody had to be a host especially the person that invited them and I love the story to share in in givors gained about the visitor you sent to a chapter who ended up going to a different chapter who's the chapter that actually designed to visit our house program. That's either story. So everyone listening think about the region your chapters in and the amount of chapters you have in your region and just here in the Utah North Region. We have fifty three chapters and just in the Salt Lake area we have over 2,000 chapter wage. So depending on what what a visitor does they really in a twenty-mile radius twenty-minute radius. They have a wide variety of of chapters to choose from. So if you if the for the people if you take a moment and think about your chapter and the culture that it has now imagine for a moment every chapter in your region met at the same time the same day in the same location as all the other chapters sure that's not possible. But imagine it was for a moment. Yeah, I would a visitor choose your chapter over all the other ones and you know, it really comes down to what the poet Maya Angelou says best people will forget what you said people will forget what you did but people will never forget how you made them feel. Yes, what a visitor feel welcomed and important. They're more likely to want more of that and yep. That's why we all play a role in that positive experience. Whether you're the visitor host or not your contribution to your chapter and that in your involvement with how the visitor enters the room and Enterprise is in call and and welcoming them really makes such a difference. So a few examples of ideas that members and chapters can take on that could be very beneficial to them. The first is off when the visitor is already registered in BNI connect. The leadership team will receive an email saying so-and-so is registered to to visit on this particular day. Right? Well, the idea would be that the president of the chapter soon after getting that email sends a personal email to that visitor and also on that email they copy on the email other members in the chapter that are complementary to the visitor and then purpose of all that is 1 to let the visitor know how excited they are to meet them to to give them any instructions. They they may need to you know, show up but yep. To really let the visitor know that these other members could be great power Partners together with that visitor and so a great success story. I'd like to share is about three years ago as a director. One of my roles was placing visitors helping visitors find Chapters and I was working with one professional and his business was custom mens clothing and because of his schedule I took it into three different chapters and the third chapter he went to the president at the time Steve level who's the business attorney in the chapter was phenomenal at doing this and so he sent this personal email to this month custom clothing gentleman, and he see see the financial adviser and the family law attorney on on the email who both of them also replied to the custom clothing gentleman saying Thursday, we looks so we look forward to meeting you we too could use help with their own wardrobe and that visitor ended up visiting and a couple of weeks later. He ended wage. Joining and a couple of weeks later. I called them to say to figure out why he picked that chapter over the other two and in his words. He said that that chapter had an unfair Advantage because without one month then, you know connected to the members before they even met them that he wanted to join a group and three years later. He still a member of the group

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Interview with  Glory Edim

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Glory Edim

"Her second in policy, which we look forward to hearing more about welcome glory are you having me? Oh thank you so much for joining us in your kicking off our season two of the podcast series. So what a way to start the fall? Oh, this is incredible. I'm glad to be a guest I am a fan of your work. In addition to just enjoying the book itself, I'm a fan of what you've been able to accomplish with well red black girl particularly in the way of used the platform of of a literary network to intentionally highlight narratives that are often ignored or ones that disappear from her collective consciousness as to African descended womanhood, the beauty and diversity of our voices experiences I enjoy speaking to people like yourself and I often wonder how is this person get here? What was their journey like? Why do they do what they do? So you ready to get into it? Yes, I am. Act One call to adventure. As a writer entrepreneur, of course, there are paths that we take and processes that we engage in to get us to where we are today, and sometimes we do that. Emotionally, we have spiritual processes, intellectual ones, and so on. How did you become interested in doing the work you do today? Well, it was a long and Berry unexpected journey and I think it really started for me at Howard University by alumni really supported me feel seen in loves and space where black women aren't always valued our university boosted lifted me up. So it was there that I countered Zora Neil hurston and Tony Morrison and my Angelo, all incredible authors that allowed me to see myself more clear in allowed needs to really start to think about who I wasn't the world in the work that I wanted to do, and originally I majored in journalism and I minored in geology and I was always surrounded by just incredible people that motivated me whether it's my professors my best friends I just always had a beautiful reflection to someone saving mealy you can do this and whether it was reading pursuing journalism, I, always find courage is supported and I think that's the main takeaway from my spirit's is becoming not. Yet or do serve the festival and so many other names. It's having a support system being passionate and being able to identify what your vision is. Jahns I've been able to say without a doubt that my purpose to really be of service to other black women and help uplift them in a leary space yawns I gained so much joy from that. I didn't know that was what I was going to be doing when I was a freshman in college, but it just organically happened as I started pursuing my career. Network in meeting other people it just services evolved this beautiful way. So years later, we well red black girl but I know that seed was planted on campus our university I, like fat because and maybe this is just my own personal perspective of going to a Pwi a predominantly white institution that it's not to say that you don't have professors that encourage and cultivate you your skills, your interest but I wonder if if it's something about going to an HP, see you that it's like Hashtag black excellence all around and then you. Just really entrenched in that moment of Oh, you dig Tony Morrison to, and it's not like we have one week where we covered Tony Morrison then that's it. No, it's extends like it's like the whole life cycle like I think back when I was a freshman I taught at a school that was called the Maya Angelou Public Charter school and I don't think I could have done that anywhere else but in DC as a student at Howard University and those moments gave me again the sense of purpose of helping. Other children and working in space with other black students and working with black professors just around we twenty four, seven that I didn't have I didn't have a chance to second-guessed took away. Any doubt I had when I was at a randomly whites all as a high school student and then when I graduated I, just have the sense of I mean in. Regards like entitled to myself were that I felt like I do anything united feels token is any way because I knew

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A Short Reading for Self-Reflection With the Work of Maya Angelou.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

05:18 min | 1 year ago

A Short Reading for Self-Reflection With the Work of Maya Angelou.

"Everyone who other week here we go. Last week so busy for me I don't know what it was like for you all, but I want to give a big shout out to the women for sobriety people who put on this incredible gathering last weekend their annual conference and I was lucky enough to participate as one of their keynote speakers as well as sit on a panel and talking about ref- with two friends of mine one very new ginger rather and Veronica Valley it was such a great experience, and if you all haven't yet looked into women for sobriety, I highly suggest it. As I approached what to do for the podcast today. I recognize that I probably need a little bit of a break. A little time to slow down. And I thought I might try what some of my friends have been suggesting in. That is to do a little bit of like. Meditative. Reading for you all. I thought I'd combine it with some of the things that I've been. Doing for myself, and that is reading some poetry and some essays around what we're going through right now as a nation and I'm using that reading time that downtime that introspection time to get closer to my honesty about. My racism how I look at myself how I've looked at the world have looked at others into come closer to that honest relationship with myself so that I can speak honestly with you, and other people and I kept coming back to my Angelou. She has always been a voice in my head, while I shouldn't say always I probably didn't know about her until she. told me about her, but like many of us her soothing tone, her wise words have truly worked their way into the fabric of my life so today. Sit Back, relax. And, I thought I'd two of her most famous poems to you? The first is caged bird. A free bird leaps on the back of the wind and floats downstream till the current ends and dips his wing in the or orange sunrays. And dares to claim the sky, but a bird that stocks down his narrow cage can sell them see through his bars of rage. His wings are clipped. His feet are tied, so he opens his throat to sing. The caged bird sings with a fearful trail of things unknown, but longed for still, and his tune is heard on the distant. For the cage bird sings. A freedom. The free thinks of another breeze. And the trade winds soft through the citing trees and the fat worms waiting on the dawn bright lawn. Any names the sky is owned. But a cage bird stands on the grave of dreams. His shadow shouts on a nightmare scream. His wings are clipped and his feet are tied. So he opens his throat to sing. The caged bird sings with a fearful trail of things unknown, but longed for still. And his tune is heard on the distant hill. For the cage bird sings, afrita. The second poem I chose is still I rise I hope I do it justice? I am not a black woman, but I do empathize with the pain that I hear and the strength that I know that comes from this poem. You may write me down in history with your bitter twisted lies. You may trod me in the very dirt. But, still like dust I rise. Does my sassine is upset you. Why are you beset with gloom? 'CAUSE, I walk like I've got oil wells pumping in my living. Just like moons, and just like sons with the certainty of tides, just like hopes springing high. Still I rise. Did you want to see me? Broken bowed head and lowered is shoulders falling down like tears drops weakened by my sofa cries. Does. My harness offend you, don't you? Take it awful hard cause. I laugh like I've got gold mines. Digging in my own backyard. You may shoot me with your words. You may cut me with your eyes. You may kill me with your hateful nece, but still like air I rise.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Fashion models signs when I started to tell them they think I'm telling lines. I say it's the reach of my arms. The span of my hips, the stride of my step, the curl of my lips ammo woman. Phenomenon. From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia, Romantika. It's July fourth for those of you celebrating Happy Independence Day. Every weekday for a year we're telling the story of different woman from throughout history who you may or may not know about it definitely should. On this national holiday. I'm so excited to celebrate the life of one of America's greets. Today's Dreamer was an American author. Poet Historian Songwriter Playwright Dancer Producer, director, performer, Singer and civil rights activist. She. Really was a phenomenal woman. Let's talk about Maya Angelou. Marguerite Anne Johnson was born in Saint, Louis Missouri in Nineteen Twenty eight. But spent much of childhood with her paternal grandmother in the rural of Stamps Arkansas. At. The age of Seven Marguerite was raped by her mother's boyfriend. Mercury reported the crime and the perpetrator was subsequently murdered. Traumatized margarethen almost completely mute for several years. She later wrote about this period in her first and best known autobiographical book. I know why the caged bird sings. When she was twelve marguerite, and her mother moved across the country to San. Francisco. Marguerite worked in a variety of jobs, including as a cocktail waitress, a prostitute and Madam a cook and a dancer. It was during her time as a dancer that she assumed her better known professional name Maya Angelou. Miami's back across the country to New York City in the late nineteen fifties, and joined the Harlem Writers Guild. Around the same time she also landed a leading role in a US State Department sponsored production of George, Gershwin's opera, porgy and bess. The production toward all over the world hitting twenty two countries in Europe and Africa. My also studied dance with dance legends Martha Graham Pearl Premise. She was heavily involved in the civil rights movement and Nineteen fifty. My became the northern coordinator for the southern Christian Leadership Conference. The Civil Rights Organization at the personal behest of Dr, Martin Luther King Junior. In, one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty one maya. In John Jay's play the blacks before moving to Cairo with a South African dissident whom she was briefly married. In Cairo Maya worked as a reporter at the Arab, observer, she then moved to Ghana and worked at the African Review. Meyer returned to the US in the late nineteen sixties. Her first book I know why the Caged Bird sings was released in nineteen, sixty nine, and it was nominated for a national book award. Maya was extremely busy in the nineteen seventies. Her first collection of poetry entitled just give me a cool drink of water for I die was published in Nineteen, seventy one the following year, Maya became the first African American woman to have a screenplay produced as a feature film for the movie Georgia. Georgia, she also wrote the film soundtrack. Through the rest of the decade to more of Maya's autobiographical books were published. Gathered together in my name and singing and swinging, and getting married like Christmas and her second collection of poetry called, and still I rise was released leaving behind my of terror and you I ran. into a daybreak miraculously clear. Iran. Bringing the gifts that my ancestors game. I am the hope. And the dream of the slave. And so naturally. Maya was also appointed by President Gerald Ford to the bicentennial. Commission and later by President Jimmy Carter to the Commission for International Woman of the year. My also continued her acting career, appealing on stage, and in several TV shows including the iconic miniseries roots. Maya was often referred to as Dr Angelou despite the fact that she had gone to college. Over the course of her life, however, she received more than fifty honorary degrees from some of the world's most prestigious universities. And in nineteen, eighty one, she was given a lifetime appointment as a professor of American studies at Wake Forest University in Winston Salem North Carolina. That same year she also released her third autobiographical book, the heart of a woman. For the next thirty three years. Maya's pace of work continued. She published three more memoirs, two more collections of poetry, a book of Meditations, several children's books, and an anecdote driven book of advice. She also continued to act and became a director. Maya was asked to compose and deliver poems for Bill. Clinton's nineteen. Ninety-three Presidential Inauguration and the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations. She was also commissioned by the US State Department to write the poem, his day is done as an elegy for former South African President Nelson Mandela. In two thousand. Eleven Maya Angelou was awarded the Presidential Medal of freedom by President Barack Obama. Maya died on the morning of May Twenty Eighth Two thousand fourteen in Winston Salem. Despite the fact that she'd been sick and had cancelled scheduled appearances, she was still working on another book at the time. During her memorial service at Wake Forest Maya, son said. Quote. She left this mortal plane with no loss of acuity and no loss comprehension. Maya Angelou's poetry and literature have become part of the great American cannon. Her work explores themes of economic racial and sexual oppression and draws from her incredible personal experiences. Tune in tomorrow for the story of another amazing dreamer. Special. Thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister and the amazing brain behind this collection of women. Talk to you tomorrow..

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hi this is Jenny. We are pressing. Pause on our regularly scheduled programming. That's not because what's happening right now is new, and it's not because we want to participate in a moment. We want to participate in the movement. You WanNa. Use whatever platform we have to drive change. This company was founded with the mission of amplifying underrepresented voices in my first interviews for Wfan I heard many women running for office. Talk about how the moral arc of the universe bends towards justice, but only if we make it, we each have a responsibility to step up. I'm spending most of my time right now. Listening rather than talking here are some of the. And tools I've received an passing onto you. In case you find them helpful. I ask each of you to join with me to take action to keep up the momentum and accelerate change. We need to take action on a recurring basis, not just when it's at the top of our social media feeds trending. So what can we do? Act with your wallet when our government does not take sufficient action to. To protect our most marginalized communities, we have to take bold action. This means for those who are able making regular recurring donations. Just as you pay for other monthly subscription services at nonprofits to your list, here are a few organizations to giving to also link these in the episode notes color of change, media, justice or fair fight. You could also consider giving to a local political candidate you believe in. Support, your local community find an organization in your area working on bail relief, police reform and other causes centered on the black community, support, black businesses and your area. Stir to vote and fill out the census. You don't have to spend money to have an impact as representative John, Lewis says voting is the most powerful non-violent tool we have in a democratic society and we must use it. Listen share and speak up whether this means emailing your family texting your friends. Posting on social media make a statement of support and lift up the voices of those who are on the front of this fight. Last, but certainly not least we have to educate ourselves and our communities. I'm especially calling on my fellow white friends, family and listeners put in the work to educate yourself on the unjust systems of oppression that continue to allow for the subjugation, oppression and brutal murder of black in this country. Find moments to hold yourself and your community countable. Learn from your mistakes. Call out your friends and family and support your black friends and community. I'll post links in our show. Notes of resources for how you can help and continue to learn this week we were planning to continue featuring women from season one from throughout time and around the world. Instead we're going to focus in an amplify the stories of African. American women who changed the course of history were also offering free ad space on wonder media network shows to organizations working towards social justice. If you want more information on any of.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"Best spoken word album for on the pulse of morning. And so over this past weekend My mother actually just had a birthday on April fourth. And that's also Mi- Angeles Birthday so in my Andrew happens to be my mother's favourite poet and so just thinking about you know my mom's birthday and Maya Angelou's birthday and what's currently happening in our nation and just you know wanting to do something a little special so I'm going to actually dedicate this episode to my mom as well as To my Angelou and then I also found out that April is national poetry month which I did not know itself So I feel like this is just all in alignment so before I start the poem just to kind of lay a little bit of foundation. Oh Allot Or I should say the theme throughout this particular poem you will hear the rock the river and the tree which are all metaphors used for the character of God in the Bible so I think it definitely has a nice spiritual undertone and I hope that.

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Michaela Haas on Turning Bad Breaks into Breakthroughs

Untangle

09:45 min | 1 year ago

Michaela Haas on Turning Bad Breaks into Breakthroughs

"Michaela. It is so great to have you on untangle today. Thank you so much for being here. Thanks for having me. I've been looking forward to this awesome so I loved your book bouncing forward. Yeah and the subtitle of the book is transforming bad. Breaks into breakthroughs and this just stirred up so much for me because so much of your work is about resilience and forgiveness and use the term post traumatic growth verses post traumatic stress for example. And I really WANNA help our our listeners. Understand why resilience is so important and why some of US fall apart while others of US thrive based on your stories exactly. That's really the question. That has intrigued me for a very very long time. And I as a journalist I meet a lot of people who've been through traumatic experiences and I always wondered why some people were able to deal with it better or heal from it. And even thrive while others fell apart so this question became deeply personal when I got severely ill in my twenties and I was actually bedridden for about eight months and it was pretty scary because the doctors didn't know what was wrong with me and if I would ever get better and I was Nodar Cillian and I did fall apart. So this really sparked the personal part of the journey to see well other people have been through things much worse than what I've experienced. So are there things I can learn to become more resilient? Are there things that I can use to nourish myself when I'm down and the book bouncing forward is really the result of this because I got to speak to? People Admire like Maya Angelou who actually gave the book it's titled. She talks about bouncing forward going. Beyond what the Naysayer said or people like temple grandin the autistic pioneer or a paralyzed surfer called Jesse Bill. Our and I asked them all the same questions. What helped you. How did you make it through? And in the course of this research I came across this amazing new science of Post Traumatic Growth. And of course everybody has heard of post traumatic stress but much to my surprise. I learned today is really a lot of information about how we cannot only heal from traumatic experiences and challenges but even use them to grow and so this is what really fascinates me and this is why I wrote bouncing forward to share this research with anybody who experiences challenges in life and who doesn't right. Doesn't I think you have a statistic in your book that eighty nine percent of US experience at least one traumatic event in our life and with post traumatic growth. Is there sort of a depth of experience or negative experience that you have that makes it almost impossible to come back or in your research? Have you found any differences between how bad experience actually is in how easy or hard it is to come back thing one of the things? I've most surprising is that it is not what happened to us. That determines how severe trauma is I've interviewed a chapter about. My friend Coco Schumann. Who WAS AN AUSCHWITZ? Maya Angelou was abused and raped as an eight year old. So I've come to understand that there is nothing that we cannot heal from now. Of course it doesn't mean that it doesn't leave scars and actually what determines if can heal from a trauma isn't so much what happens to us that how much support we get. How much incharge feel how much control they can take situation? How safe we feel how much we lost in very very much. Our mindset. 'cause. I'm I've been a practicing Buddhist for more than twenty years now and what actually got me into Buddhism was mine counters with Tibetan refugees in Asia. And they had traumatic life stories. They've often witnessed family members being killed or tortured or they've been in prison or they've been tortured and even when some psychologists were surprised to find that only one of nine hundred refugees they interviewed was diagnosed with Ptsd and all the others had found ways through that practice of compassion and meditation and Mindfulness to work through their pain and work through their suffering. And this is where I think the idea of post traumatic growth is so helpful because as soon as we can find any purpose in while we go through then we actually have a much much better chance of healing from it and this is something that no matter what our specific traumas children set. The fundamental question is not if we encounter suffering because we all do but how we work with suffering so that leads to awakening the hard in going beyond the habitual views and actions to perpetuate suffering. So this is really the core. A founding forward. Yeah it's a really. It's a complicated idea. I mean it seems simple on the one hand and complicated on the other because looking back at your story so your bedridden with an undetectable illness at the time for eight months. And you're struggling with that. Is it because you didn't have the tools yet to become more resilient or to accept this as an opportunity I mean? Is there any way to wall? Were inside the opportunity to look at the gift of that without getting too sort of Wu about that because these experiences are horrible. I met a few people who were able to do it on the spot but I think there are rare. Most people need at least a few years or several years too with some distance to look back and see it as a growing experience and I think one of the worst things you can say to somebody who's in the midst of it things like. Oh it's GonNa get better or who knows what it's good for people. Hey these phrases and that's really not what poster medic growth means and actually the only way we can grow as to allow struggle but one thing I can say that helped me and that I think helps anybody who's going through a tough time is mindfulness meditation. Because I think that we have no choice but to learn to stay present and running away as tempting as it is or drinking. The pain away or taking painkillers or whatever particular styles of avoiding it. It just never works. None of these methods works. So mindfulness meditation is now you so widely in the army and businesses in trauma therapy and I founded crucial now. I head already started meditating before I became ill but I had to realize that I was more like a good weather meditators. I use it to make myself feel good and I had to learn to go deeper with that and to stay present even when the going gets tough even when there is physical pain even when there is emotional pain to stay present and rushy Bernie glassman because also In bouncing forward is well if you think about it. We're always in the present moment anyway. We can't be anywhere else. It's just a matter of allowing ourselves to actually be there and be present with whatever happens. Of course it's a practice at work on for the rest of my life. Yeah I think we all will and I think a lot of people who have experienced trauma. Let's say yet in their lies. Don't really understand that. These practices that you cultivate pre trauma are going to be important for anything that you deal with in life. And how do you inspire people to really understand that these practices will be your if you will forgetting through things? Yes obviously you want to practice meditation or other. Resources full resilience. Ideally practice them when the sun is shining so that we have them at our disposal when the going gets tough and one of the things. I find most encouraging. Is that actually in the mindfulness tradition that I trained in we can use happiness and pain to transform ourselves to open a hard to become more compassionate rather than closing down to sharing was really going on. We don't have to wait for trauma to start but it's useful to prepare ourselves because most of us not only experienced one trauma in life but five to six actually and it's not just the war in Iraq that can be traumatic but a divorce can be traumatic and illness can be traumatic surgery. A car crash thinks that happened to pretty much all of us and I think if it was up to me resilience would be taught in schools. Mindfulness Meditation would be taught in schools because kids learn about it if they applied. They grow up so much stronger because resilience is like a muscle if we work at it. If we train in it then we become strong and we become more resilient and the earlier we start or if we have daily practice the more useful it will be to us when we do encounter a severe challenge or

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Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling

The $100 MBA Show

05:23 min | 1 year ago

Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling

"In my leadership in the exponential era book one of the storytelling techniques. That I teach in workshops and I share it in the book is the three box. Transformation story inspired somewhat by Charles Dickinson Christmas cow. But I want to go into that just now because Christmas is already passed but just know that there are three boxes and this is how you can tell a story. A good example is when I came to Singapore and I moved to Singapore from Japan two years ago. I could have told people what I was doing there. People ask me. What are you doing here? Graham why are you in Singapore? I'm Ron and tell them what my job ause. I told him what I was going to build you see. I told them that. I came to Singapore to build podcast studio and a podcast business and that Saturday after I moved to Singapore. I put the call out linked in and said I'm going to build a podcast. Judea if you WANNA come along and help me build this and up the acoustic tiles and put in the wiring. Setup the microphones Akon pay with anything apart from kindness memories. Good Times a beer. And a whole bunch of people turned up owning youtube people in Singapore at the time but twelve people turned up to help me build the studio. And that's the point. That's the power of story if I said to somebody when they asked me. What are you doing unless said Yeah I do podcasts. It's a missed opportunity. Robin tell people what you do. Tell them what you're going to build. When you tell stories about you business you can break it down like that. Break it down to three boxes past present future. Let's have a look at those. It's very simple. If you want to tell people about you'll business why you hear what you're selling. Break it down into the three boxes. And if you WANNA go deeper into this cycle the exponential leadership book which is free by the way you can go and get a xl dot org. But I give a plug at the end of this podcast anyway. So you don't forget it for now past present future past. Where have you come from? What is the mindset that brought you here and what is the mindset? Also that holds people back present. What is the shape of the business that you all today and future? What is the shape of the business that you want to become now? You may think this may work for for example. The startup she does is a fantastic sales tool for start of but also works with multi billion dollar enterprises a great example of this. I've seen Tony Fernandez. Who is the CEO of Airasia when he talks about the future of the quote Unquote Airline? He doesn't talk about in the context of we're an allied. He uses the equivalent of the three bucks technique which is passed all is the mindset. That's holding his back. Well the mindset. That's holding AirAsia. Back is we're in allied. We sow tickets. We sell seats and yet if they want to grow they can't go on with that mindset they have to change it they have to even sell competitive tickets. They have to sell whole bunch of other different services ancillary services everything from music to food president. What's the shape of the business that we all today was the structure in which we need to innovate well? We're an ally but yet we have this ecosystem of partners we have venture fund that's funding these policies future. What's the shape of the business that we want to become? We doesn't talk about becoming a better airline. He talks about becoming a digital to travel platform. So maybe you hear Tony Fernandez Talk. He tells the story of Airasia. Tudo which is the journey from being an Anna sold tickets to a digital travel platform. Because you know the problem is this is that the future doesn't belong to the airline that flies the most plane but the travel company that solves the most problems unless what it's about storytelling is about sharing the journey of you and your business why you hear and what you're trying to get to and you can use storytelling everywhere. You can use it when you sell when you post on social media. Notice the difference between just telling people is what we do or just telling people were doing this now or telling people we just on this the difference from that to telling story about it you'll engagements on social media will increase significantly unlike. Weiss this podcast. I've shared stories with. I could just have told you that. Storytelling is a powerful tool and here are three things that you need to know. But then it's not about that like Maya Angelou. The author once wrote people. Soon forget what you told them but over? S- remember how you made them feel so that my name's Graham Brown signing of hopefully I gave you some insights into the world of

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Oprah Winfrey donates more than $1 million to United Negro College Fund

Michael Medved

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Oprah Winfrey donates more than $1 million to United Negro College Fund

"Oprah Winfrey shocked attendees at a North Carolina fundraiser yesterday by announcing a donation of more than one million dollars to the United Negro college fund the former talk show host made the surprise announcement at the Charlotte seventy Emmanuel Maya Angelou women who Lee

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"maya angelou" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The dash classic tobacco we can't have tobacco city test test test NC classic orange rock old door state only can't pry can't do that either do you have a problem with any of this for sites classic for site family Carolina foothills Carolina classic if there is something in the Carolina classic already shipwreck couldn't do that the golden leaf Landau they get they get you on the tobacco side I I know I know I know magnolia northwestern longleaf pine classic the Maya Angelou classic for fair okay Catawba lot of classics a lot of Twin Cities stuff to the switch through corporate sponsorships obeyed you know what I would even if you're going to do this the fact is you're gonna pay sixty thousand verses I guess getting a corporate sponsor therein lies another issue why don't you you tell me would go to the Krispy Kreme fair hell yeah you go to the Krispy Kreme classic sorry just you know I don't know that they have any interest in it but you know just a possibility you'd be excited about going to the Krispy Kreme classic or the chick fillet now has mac and cheese regional fair not just absolute just absolute absurdity and then and this is just flush just flush another fifty to sixty thousand dollars you tell me can anybody who lives in Winston Salem just to can you if just reassure me everything else the you could possibly use fifty to sixty thousand dollars for in the city I mean all the potholes are filled everything like this is where you are in your budget right now you're good with this just curious because you know maybe they need a public input session on that all right it is six fifty back in just a moment Hey what's up Israeli from the Kane show and I just took a little visit to the brand new were modeled Rockville dealership persons kia and they have hundreds of vehicles ready.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

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Britain plans for opt-out organ donation scheme to save lives

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05:08 min | 3 years ago

Britain plans for opt-out organ donation scheme to save lives

"Interview with the observer. He says, labor must accept in full, oh, widely used definition of antisemitism, his all political correspondent, Leyla nephew, Tom Watson warns that labor risks disappearing into a vortex of eternal shame and embarrassment unless it ends the row of anti semitism. He all keys. The party's code of conduct should be changed to include all examples of antisemitic behavior outlined in an internationally recognized definition, Jeremy Corbyn maintains. They are captured. In essence, in the code and consultation over the guidelines has reopened. Tom Watson also calls for disciplinary cases against to labor MP's had clashed with the party leadership over the issue to be dropped. The international trade secretary. Liam Fox has said he no thinks it's more likely than not that Britain will leave the without a deal next March. In an interview with the Sunday Times, Mr Fox accused the European Commission of being so intransigent that the odds of that being no Brexit deal. When I sixty forty. The equality and human, rights watchdog has written, to the, NHL in England saying it must offer fertility services to men and women who identify as transgender it suggests the current policy discriminates. Against transpeople and. An offer should be made before patients start switching to a new gender the health service has the policy is decided, by ministers chichi. Is under reports. The equality, and human rights commission said transpeople should not be forced. To choose between changing gender and starting their own family and should be given the chance to freeze eggs spam is asking the. Health service to reflect. On the impact of what it calls outdated policies this letter is the first step towards judicial review proceedings and the move. Has been welcomed by transgender rights groups, who say could benefit some of the four and a half pounds and people refer to gender identity services. In England each year Thousands of people were reportedly stranded in Brighton. Overnight after chaotic scenes at the main railway station huge numbers of people had traveled to the. City yesterday for the pride event and a Britney Spears. Concert a spokesman for the train operating company go via Thameslink said, the police had asked for the railway station to be, closed and services suspended to help them deal with the crowds The government contract to soco is suspending moves to. Evict immigrants who've been refused asylum in the UK campaign is, have been demonstrating against the plans which they argued could see more than three hundred people evicted from homes in Glasgow The government is publishing his plans to change. The organ, donation system in England from spring twenty twenty, everyone will be assumed to have agreed to having. Their organs used in transplant surgery unless they opt out. Ministers say up. To. Seven hundred more lives year could be saved Carol Jordan's daughter Haley signed up to donate her organs three years before she suffered a fatal brain hemorrhage she says that decision made her loss easier to bear I didn't have no Attention we will tally today. To said goodbye not just kissed her not to say. This guy's ice sailing Three men remained in custody after a body was discovered in a field near stoke by police searching for a missing midwife among them is. A thirty two year old man who had been released on bail who's. Been rearrested on suspicion of murder. The Twenty-eight grilled Samantha Eastwood was last seen more than a week ago. Russia has appointed the Hollywood actor Steven Seagal as a special envoy to improve ties with the United States the action films. Dot was granted Russian citizenship two years. Ago and has praised President Putin as a great world leader BBC news in our quest. For happiness through keeping pigs not Neil old jazz but Martha Roberts in Abergavenny on your farm is at six thirty I was seventeen years old with the son of two months. And I needed a job continuing dramatization of the early life of Maya Angelou I'm going to. Join the army trying, to survive in postwar America California labor school. Is on the house on American activities. Lists only studied dance and drama there when I was fourteen it's a communist organization and you know it Maya Angelou, gathered together in, my, name I was a woman had a child misbehaves abilities and, no real profession this, Monday to Friday morning at ten forty five on BBC radio four Now it's time. For something understood and this week the birth of her nephew prompts the musician January Harrison to explore how physical, activity, can lead to, spiritual, insight Can't promise A few months ago on a snowy night, in suburban.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Oh knowledge and doing the work the hard work that required in the losses that came with it i see that i see that i know those had a cost i i'm no stranger to that i really i deeply acknowledge the cost but what a champion you are for your son in all the sons in all the daughters all the parkers and i'm just so glad know that you are out there making this world brighter shinier in kinder for the next generation i believe in your work and i am really really proud of you so let me ask you this question is we close it up here this is es every yes on the podcast in its originally posed by barbara brown taylor i don't know if you read her but you would love her and so she asked this question it can be anything at all literally big small important non important the question is what is saving your life right now adrian tell me you always end your podcast so i was ready k by wasn't this is what i would answer i i i i'm commitment it's hope it's hope hope never disappoints in i found a poem by maya angelou oh yeah name right say perfectly i love her she's is find second guess myself every day but i found a quote of hers if it's okay you know maybe i don't know but it says love love recognizes no barriers it jumps hurdles it leaps fences if penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope lovely beautiful maybe heard hurt before but i i haven't seen it before i found it last year and i carry it around in my wallet i love it it's like a perfect description of your work honestly.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And i think it's very much the way that oprah felt about maya angelou now elia i'm not saying oprah's maya angelou what i'm saying is i think the same kind of respect for the people who were important to you and i think that having oprah in that role even oprah in the sky i was able to like embrace and i liked the fact that you also had it really lightened up by this very i thought pleasantly daffy reese witherspoon turn that i enjoyed a lot there's not a lot to it but i read an interesting interview with her where she sorta said i've done what i aspire to do with acting she's doing a lot of producing now and she serves a you know i'm not worried about acting necessarily i wanna to do things that i like doing and miss felt to me like something that you might do just because what a great thing to be able to say you did you are mrs what's it with oprah and mending gala leif that's a really fun yeah i mean i guess my only thing about oprah in the context of this movie is that it does make it harder to suspend disbelief like you know when you're watching a movie it's great to get completely immersed in it and kind of forget that you're watching actors acting and in this obviously trickier to do with some actors than others because some actors are so big an iconic the no you're watching tom hanks in the post or whatever it's really hard to forget that you're watching oprah and so that you know kind of pulled me out of the movie occasion i think her performance like you said daisy she's oprah as herself a looming guerrilla all you just ellie that peace in that way.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Steers solve live long enough to become the maya angelou i think ii i mean i cosigned elements of what both of you were saying i think that she she was so resigned to her fate of just send me home you know like she was on who is saying i should be on all you know sees the allstar season four or five um you know i think that she quickly realized that she doesn't necessarily stack up to a lot of the talent that the other queens have in the season you know dylan thomas did not rate his home about her anna and i think that she she was ready to go and i'm while i am a chief fan i i recognize that she does have that ceiling i love her when she is performing at her low low ceiling but she's never going to be able to excel to the level of some of these other queens and you know i think i mean yes i hope she doesn't come back also because i think we've seen what she can bring to the table right the thing about ripples ruggeri's raises that it has a certain set of challenges that are not necessary early drag it sort of drag adjacaent were you have to perform little scared and do little your project runway ask challenges occasionally and do some acting in challenges trackways don't do that in real life i can't remember the last ice odd dragway and acting you know on on ian leaving drag queens don't wrestle or do cheerleading brands that is ridiculous i shake clear am sorry air look i mean this have to be funny and witty and for the most part in a lot of these queens uh a lot personal you're going to see a lot of these queens at the club hosting and when they're hosting than their bean witty either being funny in the club and then they think you know what i'm funny because the people are telling me on funny and then i can make it on drag race no girl you can't it takes a certain amount of wit and balls to be able to go into a television show and work within the confines of these challenges and maybe color a little bit outside the lines to get noticed but not too far outside the lines where you're looked out like a total failure and i feel like that for many quake.

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"maya angelou" Discussed on Pick the Brain

Pick the Brain

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"maya angelou" Discussed on Pick the Brain

"Well, Aaron, There are so many lessons in those Poland's. They're pretty incredible, aren't they? When you At first I listened to her. I hear her words. I on it. They're so powerful. I almost I'm like, God, she's so much wiser than me. And then I gotta remember that if I said that to her, she would probably say something genius in say, no, it's We're all have the same wisdom and who don't you're not lower, We're all equal. And so it. And so I try and pull myself backup. But man, it's unbelievable. You know, it's funny. She's got so many things that just resonates so deeply with me. But one of my favorite quotes of all time and not just my favorite Maya Angelou quote, but one of my favorite quotes of all time that I refer to a weekly is the sentiment I've learned. The people will forget what you said. People were forget what you did. The people will never forget how you made them feel. And I think that is such such an unbelievable way to live life. Just remembering that, you know, try and make people feel good because that's what really counts. And so it's a great thing to remember to 100 percent true. And I know our listeners enjoyed hearing that and are going to remember her words because of the way that you know the way that Maya made them feel. And we wanted to end today's show. Show with one of my is most famous poems because I think it's just icing on the cake is so we're going to wrap up a little early, and then we're going to lead right in her poem Until next time. I'm Jerry Fisher and I man Faulker reminding you to keep moving, keep thinking and keep growing. Now, here's Maya Angelou performing Still I rise. I really Thank you, And I would remind you of a wonderful African Fay, which is the troubled thought the theme is not how to steal the chiefs bugle. But where to blow away. The youth use which face us all on, not just how to survive. Obviously, we are doing that somehow, but really how to thrive. Really. Thrive with some passion, some compassion, Some humor. Anthems Die. This poem is called and still Iraq. Now, every person in this auditorium, his gone to sleep one night, I'm never gone to bed when nighttime other with FIA of pain loss on terror. I'm happy myth grief. Insecurity and yet each of us has awaken A riven seem another human being and said, morning, How are ya? Fine, Thank you. No, wherever bet a by where it's been the kneecap been of the elbow or between the teeth wherever that is live there. We will find mogul, not nobility. I think that's a compass word. But the nobleness of the human spirit that we. You may ranked me down in history with your bitter twisted line. You may tribe me in the very dirt, but still like dust Al-Iraq. That's my in this upset you. Why are you beset with gloom? This Kazak walk Have oil wells pumping in my living room. Like moons and life Son's with the certainty of 10 hides just like hopes bringing high Still land. Did you want to see me broken vowed here than lowered eyes sold is falling down like here grounds, weakened virus hold who crime. Does my fairness? Upset too. Take it will hard land as if I have gold mine digging in my own bag. You can shoot me with your words, you can cut me with your line. You can kill me with your hateful mess, but just like life Iran. Does my sex known as the thin you. Visit come as a surprise. That ad Dane. As if I have diamonds at the meeting of my time. Out of history, same my rhyme up from a pastor, rooted in pain, Iran, a black ocean leaping. And why. Well, Ling and swelling and bearing in the town, leaving behind nights of terror and fear. I ran into a Daybreak miraculously clear IRA, bringing the gifts that my ancestors gay, I am the hole And the dream of the SME and.

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