24 Burst results for "Maye"

"maye" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"A very and so to see sumter waking next you feel so pretty since ounces no time as single city i'm breathing. It all comes to live in atlanta free trade if you get is so many ways to lane faded training Knife job when their beloved crossroad. Pay them in spain. Grandma tossing them gray. Look it all this good money from his way from the. Get all this money being ways. Luke maye here into solar williams. Todd and bloody season will be young. You thank sola. Only on this mission will have been in the scab. We use it in the cabbie his. He's very tell me. Why only people in the you son him. Monday's the one better crave When we used to drink lobby the in miss us. We got so many issue. I rather be loss. Richard with another necessary came to the city win dollar in lost in the crowd in the Leading baja imbaba on one team. Back to the start ready to believe yet lee. You had the money. Easy invasion him. I up.

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"maye" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"In montreal and she never used sun protection or ahead and so that was scary. Said from vein. Never in the sun always sunscreen het sleeves. Everything and so. I've got some sun spots. But luckily these makeup. I'd the sunspots you have a favorite. Spf you not are so on one of the morning shows that a dermatologist said. You don't have to go above thirty. Spf off to that. It's not much more effective so sometimes i've thirty sometimes fifty and gain have gifts. Yeah whatever they send you always aac. Yeah and what about things like cosmetic surgery. Tweak mints botox filler. All of that. Is that something that you embrace without judgment or is not for you. I think it's for whoever wants to have it done in my case. They need my wrinkles. Sometimes i need them available and day on my many may but i for many many of my friends have done and they really love it and they happy with it and i'm happy for them. What about your other. Skincare things because despite your early sun damage look pretty good. What do you like to do like slather on moisturizer you into peals with regimen. You have very radiant skin. Who has the makeup today we. Let's do radiant hot an oleg. What i do them. I use a facial cleanser and then And ice cream and they most always have to have a moisturizer skin gets very dry a day moisturizer and then lipscomb and then at night i would do a knife moisturizer but i really conscious can peel 'cause just about twenty years ago i wanna wrestle and i got immortality would do have facial on me and what happens i did get some skin peeling off you know just just likely but i had a makeup edge to i and then the makeup artist was furious young the every touch the little tact united lakes and they weren't retouching twenty years ago this was a while ago. Yeah so the all these little flakes she said how. Why would you do such a thing. So i haven't done it since. And what about what he always travel with. What some cut some of your makeup products or things. That are always in your bag. But we'll always have covergirl and go makeup and What's your left. What's your lipstick. You always have a bold lip on way. say. I have a variety of reds oranges. Pinks and then i was having natural callo you know full walking my dog walking the dog and you ever go out without any makeup. Yes okay okay so before we let you leave. We want to ask you just a little bit of like a personality tests. Okay so you just answer as fast as you can do over think things. What was the first beauty product. He fell in love with eyelashes make. We did the twiggy. Look you putting them on. Probably wasn't that good him. Every i don't know how to fake eyelashes odds amazing will say that like we. We used to wear them all the time. Like you were also smart okay. Are you an introvert or an extrovert. I'd say extrovert extrovert okay. Favorite ice cream flavor chocolate. Did you eat that when you had to gain weight use okay. You didn't have to give me my favorite one now. is mary. Cone with obey the ben and jerry's love hearing what people gain weight on. I cisco weird like faddish. I love hearing the very specific ice cream. You said chocolate but you knew exactly. Which thing isn't actually chocolate. But it has bits of love. How do you control yourself with it like you. Just like is a small one. Sometimes i'll say debts dinner dog to spoil myself. I i love it. I love it okay. What's the song that pumps you up. I will survive okay. Excellent all right powerful loud. When i got divorced it was went. That's when it was a hit. Perfect timing you made it sound. I love that. We have a segment called razor wand as a mascara. Ron like a miscarriage meeting. You like it. Yeah so what would you raise onto. What product it doesn't even have to be. It could be linked cubbies something right now that you're loving this this month right now. What do you love what obsessed with may o. Television show the morning show. Okay so i'm with the morning. Show reese witherspoon in interest. I'm halfway through it and i have to. I feel like you need a guest spot on on the next season of the morning show. That would be fun. I guess you could have put it out the there for you. You might know go. Whoa cost and some papers to cover girl things cities may. You're so much fun. I am going to make a plan because of you aren't you. You're so lovely. I liked that. She's a hustler all busy. I like it. we never stop hassling. Very good thank you. Stop hassling thank you so much for coming on the show. Okay.

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"maye" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"Else i wanted to know is that you know. Yes you quarter the the market on my plus is and say more mature. Wh what would we use. What language are you comfortable with funny enough. Before i became may musk's supermodel. It was always this. Put the older model in the middle. They didn't even know my name that you can call me. Anything just broke my job. I love. I love the adage. You needed to work you booked me and komi any but does it ever bother you. Do you ever feel like oh you know whenever they know the press writes about me. It's always about you know they throw your age in it or you know they use you as an example of You know inclusivity in terms of age. Does that feel kind of like listen. I'm just a model or do that. I love it is grab it. And that's why my hashtag is. It's great to be seventy one and in a will be great to be seventy two and tell me more about that. You've always leaned into as i've gotten older. I've never had a problem with my age. I've modeled younger owner depending on what the job requires and it's not an ego thing. It's a job thing and you want we you want me to be an old dementia patient of nine. I've done that for like you really haven't have you. Net was the principal. But when i did the new york magazine covered they sit on game too. I was only about sixty one. And they said down game to begin to make me look seventy because of the lighting. They needed to have an older woman on the cover. A said show. I like really pragmatic about this stuff. It's like what's in it for me at the end of the day. You're not getting twisted up about it. Yeah it's an ego thing when you model. I mean i was house code queen really you gotta ugly outfit you. They used to put it on. Meek could make the older girl getting the middle. Didn't bother me. Funny yeah Let's talk a little bit about beauty because this is the podcast. You got a lot of work when you let your hair cut your hair. Color grow out. So that sounds like it was a pragmatic decision. Was it because you wanted to get more work. No i didn't know. I thought the work was done lemon. Nobody wanted me until dishes a lot of people that listen to our podcast say they worry when they stop dying their hair. What's going to be under their read. Got kiss your little worried. I was curious more than worried. I had nothing to lose the then when it came out white and then cut it short it grab a coup. I'll look older or younger net but if you look at my voters didn't look older and with much more trendy yet squeeze yes cool. So and and young. Girls are coloring they. Hey ma color. Anna went into a nightclub at night. So that i didn't know my age and then a young girl just hit me. What do you you hundreds. Because she didn't realize i said now i just tried aging free streak like. Oh i like your streak. I was like you can get older and have one to but it is a lovely like white silvery white. Do you use any of those special shampoo. Is there anything you know. Mom and dad had watched. Hey but i use on again. A hairstylist will say this little yellow coming little oxidizing coming out. put us a purple shampoo. He's six weeks of a saver. One contra member which i couldn't gifts nowadays which later got twin hours and the other model older model toward the middle wanted to put water in the middle. Yeah i get gifts now. So then i use those. You're an influence or may the happens isn't it. It's because of social media. It's because all wait on instagram. And then that got me. I m g models that got me my publicist that got me a cup ago whole life change change and if you want to move ahead enough you have to take advantage of twitter. Facebook instagram love it. I mean it's free advertising and you have to promote yourself as to what you want to be if you're a writer if you're an artist if you a scientist you need to let people know what you do and then you need to tag people who could be clients of yours. And that's what will move you ahead. And that's what moved me. I love this little like social media like a masterclass moment to out so when you look back what do you know now about aging that. You didn't know whether you were younger. We didn't know about sunday mitch. And so. Because i had a wall around my yard in johannesburg the models would come. They and we would lie naked by the pool with sunflower seed. Oil you know sunflower oil or anything all over our face and body because when you model and you do a baptist. You can't have your bikini strep showing or you can't have any strips even ron shoulders so you have to be able to to be able to wait any kind of outfit and mine was the only private place wade. Nobody could see us so at line widow line the sun and bake and then at fifty five. My aunt died of skin cancer She was living in montreal which has very little sudden but she would go to go golfing in florida every summer. Oh every winter.

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"maye" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"It away. May i like that. Yeah okay so we're here with maye. Musk who was raised in south africa. Lived most of her life in canada. She began modeling when she was fifteen. And she's worked steadily since then. You've seen her everywhere. She starting commercials per tiffany and company. Macy's target she's been on like every magazine cover. She was also featured in beyond say's music video for haunted which i love. I did not know that young. Now you know okay and in two thousand seventeen when she was sixty nine. She became cover girl's oldest spokesperson and model. She liked the commercial. She's like people say like there's an age where you just don't care where i'd like to know at that age. That his mike traffic an accent that was found out she has also studied nutrition. Justice interviewed her as a nutritionist. Worked as a dietitian and then she raised three kids. Kimball tosca and elon. Musk maybe you've heard of him age. Yeah the Founder of tesla and spacex so on december thirty first of last year viking published her book. A woman makes a plan advice for a lifetime of adventure beauty and success. Now she's here to talk about that and more okay. So let's talk about the title of your book. A woman makes the plan. Did you make a plan like when you started out your life. Did you know what you're going to do with it. You never know what you gain to do with your life. You can make plans. They never turn out the way you wanted informatica and so it comes from the south african saying abboud mock-up long which means a farmer makes a plan and it's not that a former plans. He's laugh things. Go wrong when you have former and in the pharma makes a plan. So if you're doing something and it doesn't go right. You just say a boomer plan and the funny thing is at i give talks around the world and it will be a south african in they. His my book is coming out. And it's a woman makes a plan and now here voice in the audience abboud boudoir capron. Say exactly all right. So maybe you didn't plan this but you have been a model for most of your life. How did you even get into that. At what age fifteen you told me at fifty started. And i certainly didn't plan to be a model at seventy one. But i am decked farmer. May i so what happens is got older i just modeled as an older model said then at twenty eight. I was the oldest model in pretoria. Sarah's mother of the bride. I at twenty eight. I had to be mother of the bride because how the bride sixteen seventeen. Oh my gosh. You know that's how modeling was and they just couldn't have a sixteen no seventeen year old model mouthed. The broad and i already had three kids. So i had to do that and then when i was in toronto at forty two i was did a cover for grandmother magazine and i wasn't the grandmother but i was the oldest model in toronto. Hey if it pays me. And i had three kids to feed. I did it calls. Kiplinger magazine called grandmother magazine. I know is still in circulation atlantic peak. Do have that cover wait sites. Cold grandmothers is so great. Magsi guardless your point is exactly so did you ever. You're modeling. throughout the years you know twenties early forties. Was there ever a lull in this modeling career. It was allow when i came to new york festival did some great campaigns and then assigned with a bigger model agency who had all the other models were saying. We're doing three castings a day. And i'm dina when every two weeks and are joined that agency and then they kind of kept me out of the market and that was very sad and made me very unhappy but they said nobody wants to see me at castings and uncle pits unusual. Why would people not want to see me at a casting. Many of them knew in or let. And only when i actually set the and said you are to this contract or i'm not leaving the the the waiting sitting i wanted to speak to the most senior person got out of that contract and then i got a boat and tomsk abo- boden at madison square gardens campaigns editorials which had never who does editorials in your sixties and then in. Everybody said we've been trying to book you for years. So what's up with this agency is taking a name them. But what's what's what is their issue. Is it just egypt or they just short. Do they not have the right connections. No they had other models my age with imf official years and they considered me competition. And that's what an agent who was fired told another model that they were trying to keep me out of the market because i was competition for their models and they were friends really good friends with the agents. They would go and holiday together and weekends to give and things like says. Suddenly i come along. In the first casting go-to i get and off that not casting for sixth grade right then. The other models were really loved me and the reoccupation they would see me. They say. why don't you get all the castings. Not say they don't want me. The they said that's nonsense and the one agent took not com hards to the jobs in say an may's available to and they said yeah they asked for me but i'm not available so and then he to other models they wanted to they Tissues with me to show my agent. That i'm really good. And she. they got screamed at by the agents saying we heard agency. And don't you dare interfere and so it was weird roulette as i say. That was a very sad tom for me because they didn't want me anymore but didn't also in our went so coloring my hair because it didn't matter i wasn't working 'cause you as a model it was very expensive to redo your portfolio. You have to do shoots and writing and and long blonde hair. That i had to color every four weeks and now it's it doesn't matter i'll just grow my hair see what's underneath and then it was whites have been cut it in a very short edgy. Look and definitely my age and winston dot. And that's when i say funny that's what you're known for now and then when i lift them i just it just blew up my mock modeling career. Do you ever keep in touch with this old horrible agent. You ever see them like do. We know the s. c. congratulations. It'd be done again. I think that's we always those agents want to be my friend. And i'm saying why well at one point When you were a pus is modeled. Jeez ima thirties. Okay can you tell us a little about that. That's fascinating because i have to tell you will your nutritionist. Now not that. You can't be healthy and be a plus size model but it's just like i was so shocked when i read that funny enough. My agent from to harrisburg who booked me for plas- jobs. When i see her soon south africa she has come to new york. She came from my sixtieth. Or i've been to do modeling jobs or speaking engagements in south africa. She can't get used to me being slim. So do people know how hard it is for you to stay slim..

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"maye" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"I welcome to fat mascara. what's up. what's up jazz. I'm jan hi. Everyone welcome i. This was not the plan but you know celebrities guests things happen scheduling get screwed up and we did not have an interview that we were supposed to have so. We are replaying an interview but we wanted to use this opportunity to kick an interview. That just felt right right now. Right just I wanted to make sure that we hand selected one of our favorite interviews. That felt right for this moment to is it. It's may musk. May if you don't know may if you just kinda know her for being like elon musk's mom or you know a covergirl model. You have spent time with our. I urge you to like to to let this one role because she is somebody who i really. I got to do this one in the studio like one of the last ones that we did together like live in person and i just thought this woman has so much wisdom and confidence and should just such a cool cool lady and i aspire to be you know bureau. Not going to be may mosque in my lifetime. What i wouldn't give them may musk's july exactly you know. I don't think i'm going to be you know. There are some differences between us. There was just something about her attitude or outlook that. I really admired in her sense of humor. And as i as i get older. I don't know i just would like to have a bit more of that in my life. So yeah what. A great role model could interview is so much fun chatting with her. It was just like just happiness. So i hope you guys enjoy interview. We will indeed have a new interview for you next week. And of course. Episodes every tuesday and friday take it away may take it away. May i like that. Yeah okay so we're here with maye. Musk who was raised in south africa..

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"maye" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on TechStuff

"I understand designed a hidden panel in his office. That didn't lead anywhere at all. Just he just felt like building on. He just needed it. It made me think of a mitchell. And webb sketch where this wall must rotate be both here. And not here luke. Maye that's a load bearing wall but anyway he just decided to make one he also built a life sized electric mouse named these use after the greek mythology figure. That's the one who was stuck in the labyrinth. That had to find his way out in the car. Or minotaur depending upon your preferred pronunciations. After so this mouse what it was do as it would explore amaze and quote unquote. Remember where it come from Was going after some little metal cheese. Bits back so the the way. This mouse would go through the maze as it would go down a pathway and whenever the pathway would branch it would start to rotate right. Yeah so it would take one and then it would It could backtrack if it went down an incorrect route. Bright and then it could take the path it had not taken as opposed to you know if this were just an electronic mouse that had some collision detection. It wouldn't it could potentially just go back and forth down the same little pathway forever. Yeah but this was branching this one new. Okay well i. I already took the path. That's on the right. So i have to take the path that's on the left so it was pretty cool. He built this thing. And you know just for the fun of it. He built it. So also. probably my my favorite robotic piece of his eight juggling robot. Yeah i bounce juggling robot to be precise bounce juggling robot that wc fields to be even more precise yeah it was like having a like imagine drum head right and the drumhead allows things that are dropped on it like a ball bearing to be bounced on it and then two little angled platforms. That are serving his hands. That are a bouncing this again. These little sales yeah and they just kept it going in bounce juggling pattern perfectly. He basically made it out of like erector set pieces. Yeah you know just like you do. And then he wrote a paper on the dynamics of keeping multiple objects in the air simultaneously. It's pretty famous within the juggling community. Tried to read it. Why i actually wrote how juggling works for. How stuff works dot com in fact if you go to that that Article on how stuff works and you look up how juggling works. There's a video of me. Juggling in that article i still. I still say 'cause i juggle a little bit. I still say that we really need to do a video. Speth jag all right I juggled torches in mind. You ready to pick those up now. Okay well we'll we'll we'll start small. He also made a robot. That could solve a rubik's cube Just pretty amazing. That i mean. Obviously that needs suffer rubik's either. I i know there are algorithms for how to solve it at the most efficiently. And i've seen people who are really good at who just like it's like it's like magic you know the way. I saw her..

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"maye" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"Designers whenever i can Ones that aren't you know Your mainstream ones and they always need. They always need the attention in question in the awareness from the public of genius. They are and how creative baracoa. I wanted to try. And and Incorporate those designers in the the story that were retelling so and so we created a character. Really we came up with. We decided this sort of Sort of you know. Entertainer that is now like this sort of socialite eccentric woman and you know we built the looks around that story now as find it important to you decide who the person is going to be in a sort before you start shopping around for the fast shannon and what set. You're gonna build. Because i think you know doing a fashion shoot is telling a story i've always. I've always thought about it that way. Anyway you have to write. You can really see when it hasn't been thought of disjointed and you're like this pulled whatever they can find. Yeah whatever's whoever said. Yes they just pulled ed. An eleven at superintendent in love when you can tell a fashion stories very intentional. Well thought out. And so the i mean everything is totally in character. I feel like you know at this. This is hair is my very favorite love. It did you. Do you put it on and then put the turban on you do you put the turban on and then okay. Our nose interesting is 'cause there's so many times we're all repurpose air that i've used okay like a while ago like that. That you just showed was the same way. The same way that i use on may seven years ago when the hair that went off with the paper outfit the white the white streamline rushed out and restocking op it. That was. That was another test. Should we did. The ended up being in a ended up being a the cover of a magazine and A spread inside. How lucky is that. That's wonderful in so often. Are a little creative test shoots. Turn into that like the one that i did with. Rose mcgowan and microbes. That was a test shoot ended up on the cover a magazine and a separate shoot that we did were turned rose into an alien like a glam alien thought. I end Yes so those that went to the. I think it was in the same store. Yes again rose if she believes in your creativity and she trusts your vision. She's just like go for like. Don't play it safe. just do it and right. She seems like the flight quite the daredevil. The flu and we did that like she was coming down with the flu. And i knew that. I was losing her like she was not going to be able to like go very long day. And so. i knew that. I had to like like make this very specific intricate make-up happen and in a timeframe that we could get some good shots from it in the end and so she was a a true burn she pushed through and it says she did a test shoot when she had the flu. God bless yeah. That's me coming down with like and it's funny. I met rose grows chatting with our online..

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"maye" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"They they That is a perfect example of pushing back on someone who is set in their ways. She had her trademark haircut for you know her whole life and then that was among this. It's about who you around yourself with. Opened her opened her mind up when she when she got on the show and started. Being friends with eric jane. Eyre jane works with a lot of Is in her looks in Changes changes them up ally and fearless when it comes to that. And i think that rubbed off on her and she was willing to to get around a little more than her. And so yeah. You can't help but be inspired around erica. Jane that's for sure. And then of course debbie gibson who is everyone's favorite and i know she loves loves makeup and did you do her makeup. Yeah i did or make up in here. Yeah that's yeah. It was a show that was on. It was a competition show. That was on nickelodeon that we did. She must be so much fun and she must be like very flexible. Feel like or my wrong. I think that she has opened up a lot. You know i think it. Also you know when i work with someone. You don't get that trust outta them. You get when you work with them for a period of time. And i've been working with debbie for a few years now and i think each time i do work with her. She's more and more open to ideas. That i have so. Can you feel the moment when they start to go. Oh okay you know you know me you know what i want to be an present and i trust you. Can you feel that moment can fill the moment but certain people Certain people can Chained like once once is not uncommon for once a look has been Defined in the clothes have been picked out everything is for them to let anxiety or some other thing derail them and push them into a a safe look or a different. Look like second guessing be. Maybe i should do this hair. Maybe we should just do something else that i've done before them comfortable with her. You know so. Sometimes that that new style isn't right for the momat that they're going through in their in their hats so another. Don't take a personal. They're feeling certain kind of way. And you know. I'm just gonna do whatever makes them feel prettiest and happiest so It's i always find that when you went whatever however you felt if you felt like you look great if it's regular people if you felt like you look great at prom. That's the lipstick that you hide in for the rest of your life like like..

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"maye" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Somebody else. They can make good of and they do a better. Everybody has their circle given talent. You just look around for everybody's god given talent that's not particularly yours. And then use them and multiplies. Because now they're hiring people outside their circle near howard people outside. There's the multiplier of your time. I haven't heard in a long time. Anybody put it like that again. And it's just why would they want to have control and touch. Everything want somebody think they have to do everything. That was Actually the negative points about me. The negative trait that i had. I wanted full control of everything. That's the negative side of the former athlete. Is like you like to try to get control of it. But you think that if i have direct control of it in actually controlling intellectually bit productive. Really you're not you actually been opposite. Laurence you take the reins off you give it to somebody else. You can actually manage them coach to be yourself ukraine calls of yourself so that's a challenge that i'm doing this year is i'm trying to create multiple brandon bass by noam hop woman. No go really really high rate but can get other individuals on the team and give them in the rice blah. You're not can be really really good. I you know you are so inspiring inspiring people around you leading people. Who do you get inspired by. Who charges your batteries to keep you moving forward. I'll like to say my number one. Motivation is my spiritual relationship cracks. You know understanding that that's the beginning investing in the beginning it right and when you understand that as everything else falls in place and end of course while is journey you gain some human beings that come in that inspire you in such way. Youtube university is really good in a chance to see some of the top speakers and top motivators in the country in in in in on those guys and also we haven't a purpose is should keep you going every single day. What is your purpose human being and once you off tonight you come up with something that that will power. You'll feel your every single day to get you to the next level mr brandon. May i respect you so much. And i hope we can keep intertwining live said some points going forward you inspire me and i wanna to thank you for coming on the show today and i hope you'll come back in the future and and tell us where you're at what's next. I think you can help. Just by your voice your history. Your life can inspire so many other people as well. Yes metalled humble in. I'm grateful for those words that you would spread it toys. Me obsessed like keep going. You know people like you. Thank you for what you have done. Up in your partnership with my foundation and willow for. It's what you guys over the years you know making a difference s go at the end of the day is about making gifts so i really appreciate it. Thank you once again. Work for having me on. And i look forward to next. I once again brandon. Can you let people know how to find you. What you're doing and to join on with your costs all you can connect with me on also should media platforms type oriented may russia pablo will work on the foundation website. Right now so we'll work unless obeys right now My website is brandon. May not work so you can connect with me now. S pretty much everything in a mess when it comes to me. I know at the very show we do. A cheers at. I want to say cheers. Too trusting trusting god trusting the people around you that truly everybody does want you to be successful and i hope everybody to listen to. The podcast takes that everyone is meant to be successful. Found the right people around you. Cheer st brandon may choose you first out have miller show cheers. You what you do what you have done in a community cheers to the medical teams all over the world. That's finest crazy crazy pandemic virus and she has since success in late and being able to jump out there and really have it within yourself that hey look it has to happen has app that someone said that before. So i'm saying to. You have to happen at so heavy faith and jumping out there and not being afraid to your very best. All right guys game branded have a great day. It'll be successful. Please be sure to subscribe to cheers to business. Podcast on itunes or anywhere else that you get your podcast visit our facebook and be sure to give us a like and if you have any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss. Shoot us an email from the website cheers to business dot com..

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"maye" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Trying to really really affected that what we do exactly. I mean if you got the money to start up one you do not have the money to start up five. I think that's that's great advice. I heard what you were doing with your foundation. I like just giving back. You have to get back how you fit in the foundation in with your business so the foundation something at like the birth in state working on right now Really understanding really challenging myself up stand. I can only go so far as the one human being brandon mate so in the foundation got five boys and we are collectively coming ideas each beings to see. What do we do. Vicks went mozart gonna make. How do we define mission statement one of the things we can do to allow some data create partnerships around the city to push our polish. So i'm really at the beginning. Stay i haven't been going as hard as i could go on it because i'm trying to make sure that the infrastructure of it being the layout is is good now. My future plans is bring somebody in work as the presidency. Oh so that. I can build a team that can be as all business own team because i know only so bargain can go as human as so or on right now in in by actually using some of the proceeds from what on producing it my business to help out with the foundation and a up with things for the kids my biggest thing years. There's a high rate at the mobile chair house. Yeah demetre yet. Bank does a really really high rate african american males primarily and feel that it is similar. 'twas to begin by the way they grew up the way was thinking the opportunities that we had run up young so they know make fast money with drugs are they put stuff in a situation where they're doing a really really bad crime. So montaigne gears is looking. I like to say all the time could be grease greece. The enrollment at the metro. The an accurate sesame in the so. I've been working mentally programs in my mind. Put into the school systems where you know at a young age where we can have. These years actually have a bench and wonders when it can actually feel like they can be successful. They look at me and see these tattoos on the cassini dreadlocks and say hey look he looks like us so impede needed him. I can do it so i feel. That doesn't direct correlation. Between success. Education also arch go hand to hand a lot of people like to say all you. You don't get a degree then you can't live these days. Take on in in the metro because trying to live the fast. So a bucket. Rangan warms of entrepreneurship in a really really cool way. Educationwise help those individuals that want to grow in education while way of degrees then help those young men and young ladies that are really really good at probably starting a business off given a trade and actually using net to kick them out of trouble so they might ask right. I love it. you know. You're leading and teaching by. Not just word saying this and that and i tell you what. That's i think that's so smart to me. Is the chicken and egg mean if you can get those educated and then out and then. They're showing the kids that the jail doesn't have to be the place you'll end up you know to. Me is the live circle. A lot of people talk about the problem. Not many people talk about the solution. And then i go bit further when they talk about the problem in the solutions they didn't want individual talks about also but they don't have a plan in place they don't take the time to their research ac- west actually causing these problems even in the city when you look at those. Everything's flashing negative on the news. But what are you doing to actually solve the problems. Do not tell me about the problem. A problem solver. And so i spend the rest of my life working and putting something in place it may not have next year happened a year out of that over time as i put my systems and processes and plays create educational institution here. What a kid can go to noah ship class and teach them what they're not learning in the traditional class then over time i may not see it. Martin luther king. He didn't see in person. And i see a growth in development in this area in those numbers metro feel egregious because of the brand new may latest. Exactly i mean it's it you cannot be we. Active government is not gonna fix the government problem free market successful. People are better option. Teach people and i hate bandaids. Don't put a band aid on the problem. Go and find out why because if you keep putting band aids a being reactive in a knee jerk reactions. I'm sorry you're going to need another mandate they didn't get you're going to need a box of bandmates. Then you're gonna need a case of them. So the chemo the foundation. I do a bit here now. Like we d the back door christmas time. Only this stuff for the kids. So i'm probably do about war. Philanthropist type deals every year. As i continue my research element. I don't wanna go to major grant writers and stuff redoubt have an actual plan in place. So i'm spending time research and so So i can go to say. This is not what i'm looking to do. This is what we have been doing. This is how we take a bit slow and silently. You have to be proactive and be prepared i. So how'd you manage your time and priorities of what you're doing. How are you delegating. Tell people how to do it. That's the biggest thing or me. A lot of people exits question because they think to us so many different things. But i'm rides be very very intentional. I great down. As i got a board over there that i breakdown west and one was most important was least important and i put it in categories. China focus in on is not important which is a areola boy. I take his not important because not important. I do gang women on sunday. Candlelight was so awful ball. We always went out and plan on sunday. And then we activate that game plan week and try to szeswith so i'll take the same principles that made us. Well that's why. Why of a business. Owners and ceos light to hire former athletes. Because it's a mindset thing that's already set in place don't have to teach me because marlin mentally said that on sunday game plan on monday i saw actually Active name is game plan so when it comes to actually being instant zestful Really growing your business and trying to take their business makes number. I told you early. There is not one human being on earth naked. Do it himself. They say self may be a promise. You go pull the cover bash the mess as as you're gonna see multiple people so i learned. I learned to delegate things out now you know hiring urgency's how people doing stuff even claiming here at the house. I don't even clean. We're haggling company. Come in to clean. Try to delegate. Everyday he doesn't bring me. Two bigs retires right now in his thoughts me from business. What i'm doing as a business owner than i delegated out. I have said this podcast so many times. Why don't clean my own house. I can spend five hours doing something. I hate and not very good at and i'm complaining the whole time or i can go do what i know how to do. Make more money and pay somebody else a tenth of the price and they do a better only that when you make money money creates opportunities for you to have time you buy your time but so you give somebody responsibility to give five hours back right. And then in those five hours you'd be productive and you create something productive in those dollars that would give you more time so now you don't have twenty four hours in the day actually by hours in your day because you're using the time that most. What have you up you dumbing on time. So that's the coolest thing about everything. W you're actually looking at this same. Washing clothes are clean his house or cooking his meal. Every can give this to.

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"maye" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"You'll burke is go going every single day. What is your earth human being. And what's you understanding that you come up with something that will probably won't say every single day to get you to the next level so that's my challenge. The live the live that he talked about living the life that you hear live that type of life though operate and i'm still growing them still learning to do live without football but i'm taking the same principles and traits that made me very successful on the football field and just putting them into live in the midst of is. Hey everybody welcome to the show. Today we have part two with brenda. May he may have known him from his football days. You may have known him from our community. If you didn't listen to the first one you'd better go back and listen so you can get the back story because today we're going to talk about where he is now where he's going in the future and how it leads not just with words but he leads by example. Hey i'm karen i'm former. Cpa entrepreneur business consultant with big ideas. Welcome to tears to business mr brandon. May i'm gonna walk me back to part two of our conversation. Thank ms karen. i'm excited. It was so good last two. That's right now. We just too much to talk about your so interesting. And it's just caring. I appreciate the respect thank you. It's just cares last week. We talked about know your time clemson and going in fell in your mom who you loved dearly and you know you get through this and then you get hurt and you get to such dark place and you wrote a book. Oh and by the way a win on amazon and bought your book. I don't have it yet. And it said the last one in stock so you need to restock amazon. Okay yes man. Yeah that's crazy because Eggshell we've been pulled it off emma's you'll have to buy it. I got it for you. And i'm not sure what emerson got going on. They probably sell them stuff. Taking people money and not giving the books i give them a call and i'll y y. I'm glad that it went down like that. So you can follow up on it. That's interesting so you've written the book and that's kind of know you're coming from that healing. Is that correct to say it was a healing process. We stop the soul talkin about the injury n. Canada was basically a mix. And i went from this going. You can go human being to the pitt. Said every human being will experienced this type of film in their lifetime and the responses very own hobby respond allies little quote. That says now har har you get punch by punch and keep going all right so you always gonna go through days. And i had to really live up to this quote added. Think about this quarter had emerged. Myself his co. Had think about this quote with a castle my leg and a broken dream and and really felt like there wasn't worth living anymore. I really hit the lowest point you get hit. And as when i wrote the bulkin my grandma. She challenged me to let my pain. Go into something. And i begin to write in. This became my healing process the restoration process. And that's when i watch my archer per noordeen endangers count on with back up again. No of course was up a little bit and go flat it up a little bit one of those type of deal so i feel like i'm still in. The process of our restoration has been over seven years. But i'm still growing them. Still learning to do live without full ball. But i'm taking the same principles and traits that made me very successful on the football field and just putting them into live putting midst of his. You know. I was thinking about us taping today. This morning i was getting ready. And i was thinking you know when stuff happens i you look for. Who's to blame. And then it's a wisest happening to me. And i don't think it's until we get down to the most painful part that we go all right lord now. What do you want me to do until you get to that point right. We all have said in alaska so we all have plans goals opposition while a celtic goddess up. Their ages line is woman. This mail do do not know that. I have different plan for them and is just being able to be in on of submissions of south. Like i'm going to doubt herself every day. So i I never saw from relational crisis. His voice holy spirit being able to got into west. My next step and that was huge for me ashleigh. During that time. I went into that low point Visit in a couple of churches going too late night revolves. I went back to my road. Slapped my grandma who say war bates our rules and religious. Doug pizza to find myself so if anybody's watching this a here news You have to go back to that. Deep s sigrist spot. I know your secret spot. Not everybody's a religious individual. Your seat is five. That awakens unit inside of you. Find your being wet recall. That one incident. Are that one thing that you did as human being to keep herself back going. Go back to that spot. You hit those points. And that's how you keep gore because life is a journey is distance. I love it and if you just listen you know you don't have to be religious. You know you could be spiritual you could be whatever you want to be but i think instinctively that you know. It's ingrained with us what we need to do what we're supposed to be whatever that is some of the most unreligious people in the world they operate with the press that we talked about in the church. You got some of the people that go to every sunday school every church service in may some type of way they operate in fear. But you got people that are not even religious. They're they're using the process that we're talking about on sunday. So that's my challenge will live the life that you talk about. Live the life that you hear live that type of life though operating in a my daddy used to say teeth things one. Don't sweat the small stuff and other was treat people like you wanna be treated. You be treated like crap treat. People lake route is gonna come around. Well we kinda go forward with where you are now. Where were you going so named the different businesses. You have right now. How many dollars. You got just playing back with you now. Orly one of the things that he wanted to do coming into the year knees on last year's i wanted to go from being a machine-gun guy trying to a thousand bullets really hit met the net. Great hit something here. Here's something there. I was trying to too many things. We do that. a lot of businesslike. F- y'all archer nor you really struggle with trying to find that one dame that you can grab to and blow it and so you just get. You're going to start shooting like crazy now. I won't take sniper approach laflin. Those wanted to things that. I'm very very good at and i want to focus in on those things that i could get my back some results from those so i've been focusing in On creating a cash business. That's one thing that you have to have your arch preneurs ship something that creates cash most for yourself and my pressure washing company is actually. My caslow is that. I have multiple businesses after that way. It'd be real estate on. The motivation was be wearing koran countries. Sagas they'll be considered the cash flow but all these things formerly into life. It real estate. I do my own term investments. Why my chump money. But i got money coming in every week because we'd go into a new question. Why should i do real estate. And i do motivational speaking. And we're working on sundays with some franchises. where we we're gonna look more for the long term. Just don't remedy folios so just being outburst raymond burr's portfolio where you'd be very very profitable and then also be able to keep cash business. Do not fair because of infrastructure always right business failed because run out of money so china create ways to g but when it coming in so that we can or while his yeah people trying to kind of squirrel off and you have to protect that bread and butter right. I tell people all the time. I say are you wanted. Those human beings that win for call up say brandon look watching his commercial right now and that's a cool ideal commercial and i think we should go for. I used to be that got every time somebody called me. They got an idea ideas not paying bills. We're not jumping ideas. We like.

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"maye" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Teach kids how to louis so visiting business almost as listening to us right now. You wanna to be a part of this and definitely go to the website and connect with me so we can make it happen. The brandon made foundation right. Or that's the way of fast the website to go to all right now the foundation. Yeah i'm gonna put a thing right here to say to be continued just because of time limitations for the podcast. Will you come back three weeks unless finish the story but an please tell us what your companies are. Were the social media channels. What are the contacts hal. Do people learn more about you and what you're doing. I'm definitely a scaling back on some of the is i want to be effective so trying to do every day. I wanna go deeper in the two one or two days. So what i will say is the website. Of course you can make me. Www dot brandon. Made that orc or you can go to facebook instagram. And just hyper and brandon may show pop up and i would love to speak with you allowed to commit with you and hopefully we can do some work here in this world together. Very may cheers to you cheers to the excitement and depth of emotion that you instill in people with your story and you a person you are a good man. This matagalpa to gloria. I'm just a vessel. Thank you please be sure to subscribe to cheers to business. Podcast on itunes or anywhere else that you get your podcast visit our facebook and be sure to give us a like and if you have any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss shoot us. An email from the website cheers business dot com..

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"maye" Discussed on The Dregs

The Dregs

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on The Dregs

"I'll drive to work in the morning wonder to myself. Who can i listen to turn my frown upside down. Chris luke maye on that to listen up listeners. when you've drank up the beer and look down the glass to find your last. What are you even. left with. The drags at what. That's what and that's who so keep it up fell as no pressure but world needs you now more than ever. Yeah wow malcolm. Allah komo malcolm modern. He's just a modern day poet. Man that guy has a way with. Yeah no thanks for the call really appreciate love mountain which we can hang out with that guy. So was there a question in there though. Because i thought that's our next voicemail here i need. I need to press message. Hey guys first time. Caller longtime listener. Mike kirk from the beer brothers. And then ask you if you could define your personality in a beer style. What would it be home. i god personality fool hairstyle. Say i would be a a half horizon. Oh god. I got the reasoning for this me too. I like bananas ya. I really thought it was doing something. Just brilliant tonic. No no please. Do not expect anything great of this answer. I love bananas sometimes. Get a lot of the time. I get a banana flavor. From half's bubblegum beautiful..

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"maye" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"maye" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"So it's hard to know exactly what the play design was. But i agree. Gary both of those plays marcus. Maye as you said made a fantastic batter way on that last one but even still that would be a difficult pass to complete yet. It's a and again. Look if the ball is out. One yard further gerald ever catch and goes into the end zone. Where we're talking this morning. About mcveigh's great call and jared goff's great throw to two young steal this wind from the jets here But yeah in in the end. Look rams defense which this seemed like one of the biggest Unit versus unit mismatches of the season ramsey fence. Going against jets offense they can get off the field and and they needed to stop the jets from getting to first downs on the final drive and they couldn't the jets got him and that's how that's how it went down That that battle away by marcus may ended up being the final. Snap for the rams offense. Yeah it was unexpected. Turn and it you know shook up the order in the nfc west for the time being the seahawks would be the division champion would would be in that that spot in the nfc playoff picture. So it's just unusual to see you know a team get tripped up. No one else had lost to the jets this season that the rams been playing well But clearly they have some some issues with the offense to sort out a little bit..

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"maye" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life

Get A Grip On Life

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"maye" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life

"Born and born in sin all comes from that I think. Yeah I think that the so humans are interesting a wolf when it kills a deer is not a wolf is not capable of evil in a sense a lion is not capable of evil and so I think th the dawning of consciousness is an interesting idea if you look at the Adam and Eve story as a- dawning of consciousness story, one can reflect on one's acts. And one can see that now you have you now you're able to reflect you know you're going to die your life is going to be suffering, and so when people tell me, your story of your wife's Alzheimer's is is is is Strikes me like people will say to me from time to time Norman that they're not Christian because the world is so awful. and to me, it's like you've never read the Bible because the Bible is all about destruction war asked. And suffering. And you didn't hear me say that no. You're not. I did not say the no no, but but yeah. I agree with that you're. Like it's supposed suffering above. You know. And so I. Think I think I think that we deny. I mean the knock. I'm glad while wrote a book called Blink and he talks about how there's an inherent racism in people and they can prove it by flashing pictures, Adam and stuff like that and how fast they react and there's there's an. earned. I mean, there is an argument DNA. Yes. Tickets in our. Dna I absolutely do. To Be Racist I absolutely. THINK IT IS A. I not that not that I think that racism is good or that we should be racist no I'm completely opposite of that I think that I agree with all the other statements you made where people I think people really need to especially now needs to talk to other people communicate become close to people that are different from them in order to understand them better which is why I do this podcast actually I'm. You you. You missed the point that about what I was saying, I, what I said is we will do our best not to exhibit racist traits Luke Maye will do our best were trying to be in. That recognizes that we have a we are racist. Break. Potential. Maybe we can go down scale a little bit from ten to. Get. When they should try that's being can do it's try. So that's that's my point. That's what I'm saying. I agree with you on percent on that? Yes. That's that I. Get..

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S13E15  Vertical chopsticks - burst 1 - Edit 01

Ubuntu Podcast

01:10 min | 2 years ago

S13E15 Vertical chopsticks - burst 1 - Edit 01

"And WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE welcome to? Episode Fifteen via Bluetooth focused today is the AND THIS IS ANOTHER CHANGE thirtieth of June I think. This route, we're going to have some community news and some proper news. And I'm here. I'm Alan and I'm here with my good friends. You may remember me from past. That is very show. I'm here with my very good friends. Mark Mark. Hello very good friend. Welcome back and Martin, are you? Hello Maye on well good so. I've been doing some user testing for. Kim I'll see now, HMO. I looked at that and I thought that's the share. Waste Recycling, center. They realize it's not something else

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"maye" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"maye" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"We walk ten days I saw many to some friends Q. because he could not keep up I was sold to a family I was forced to be a slave Wong Maye musk studies from the north gate they when the monster did you like the food and meat B. and B. at night trading secrets this after five years as a slave then one day I hot glued there was someone who came to our area to free us to bring us back to south Sudan when I came back to my village and everyone they cried when they saw me they couldn't now I am back with my people I am happy I am free I thank answering my prayers and she thinks you friend those of you that gave last year two hundred and fifty dollars liberated but due to thank you for what you do there are ninety six more who have names and faces families in line we have the opportunity to set them free right now additionally to the slavery they're also dealing with that's another thing that makes this liberation so important for those that receive the the gift that will sustain them through this pandemic post crisis in nineteen supply chain it may be gone here in the states are on its way out the openings are beginning to occur in the third world supplies very scarce to receive a full year's supply of sorghum along with their liberation meaningful gift that.

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"maye" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"maye" Discussed on In the Garden

"Is that if you're going to do a little research in the catalog are or even talk to local nursery and find out what they're planning. you know you, you may find you, you have. You've got a variety. That just isn't well acclimated to Vermont climate. And so that so what we do is, you're going to look on the leaves for for any bugs. If, you see bugs on that. Then you want to spray with something like a Neem oil or something you want to you know finger around the roots and see if you can see any grubs. Or you know any anything that would be like a Maggot or something like that? you're going to feed it Feed and then you know once a week. Give it a a gallon with with a gallon of water. At least with some sort of again, fish would work fine, or you know something that is a. You know a liquid type of water soluble nutrient. And I think with fat that probably that's as much as you can do if it's a variety that's not well suited Vermont and then Maye perk up, but YOU WANNA. Make sure you have a good good mulch on that over the winter. Because what happens, is that The the cold goes into the ground, and it would affect the roots if you want to. If you know if it's if it is a variety that's not well suited to Vermont, than which really have to do is protect that root system with a good heavy moult. Alcohol I think Francis sets about I can think of right now. If I think something else I'll mention it on our show later. And let me know how goes. Okay. Thank you very much. Yes, sure thing, Yep. All right. So. The of course, this is the time that you can plant everything you know. There's no more frost I would say. It's pretty.

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Mallory B. Richardson on Creating North Carolina’s Curvy Community Fashion Week

The Chenese Lewis Show

12:24 min | 3 years ago

Mallory B. Richardson on Creating North Carolina’s Curvy Community Fashion Week

"As emerging female model of the year for the inaugural full-figure Industry Award Art November second in New York and we're going to learn more about that everything she has going on less welcome mallory to the show hi Sean thank you so much for having me on as a guest this evening as interview and thank you everybody for tune in the M Yes I'm so excited to talk to you today and I especially wanted to spotlight you today because today we are celebrating indigenous the People's Day now briefly tell us why we should celebrate that instead of Columbus Day for those that don't get it well yeah this is something that my community continues to educate people on for years in Grade School we've in Christopher Columbus discount Avert America and for those of us that are fully educated especially those a browns fan or native people or other my the population there is a different take on the Americanized or version of what Christopher Columbus ball to the US and he arrived here there were already people my ancestors here known as indigenous people there were already working functioning cultivate and communities develop in their own languages and best practices within the home and all of a sudden I it's it's strange to me that we as a culture let things be talked to that we know aren't true being in some cases don't really know how to advocate for ourselves in the classroom or when being challenged about our historical places and the things that we've been bins were with people I'm to one another and I think that it doesn't always come from a place of love from one another educate but people get combative about it and I think that that a real statement it's unfortunate because at this present day in time you would think that we are more interested in learning and loving more about our differences than we're we are holding onto things of the past with things that were missed talked to so embrace why you should celebrate in people's Day instead of Columbus Day is because some ask them inches statements indigenous people were here first Christopher Columbus got looking at the media but our experience was not one that anybody in President want to experience with a person of that stature so nobody would like your kids being taken from their home and being told different from what they were used to being told they had to have different names than what they were given by their birth parents or being enslaved to light families or community so nothing about that is anything that I would ever want to celebrate and no matter that it impacted my people for any person they'll colored it had -perienced enslavement beating torture things like that who would want to celebrate that so we celebrate indigenous Peoples Day and this year DC has acknowledged it North Carolina has been celebrated here where I reside for years is I spread uniform effort that I think in the years to come it will be celebrated everywhere and also you know sometimes people say oh that was so long ago that has nothing to do with me but the effects of a lot of things from our paths affect us today when you're landing and people are building wealth for others with Free Label Labor we should be wealthy our families uh-huh man you know what I'm they absolutely and some people they don't know a lot about native American background is well is we have some Latin family celebrate indigenous Peoples Day these these relationships and is extend far beyond what some people are even educated about because they are Titan no let Latin American people from what is present day Rico and they too are in Brown skin sisters and brothers and Brown candid are celebrating alongside as Indigenous People Day and then they had Hispanic heritage month before us and of course it's history month that we all need to be everybody needs to be celebrate and all these populations could be populations really bill what this land is has turned into engaged America culture okay me be very clear about that yes and you work in fashion. Are you offended when you see retailers have Columbus Day sales sinise it was everything I could do this morning yes I've been at my present retail jobs for nine years but this year may it a little different for me I got promoted into Management Neil so my store manager I really have honestly great relationship but she knows my background is well she knows how identify it she knows a lot of the things that I do outside of my retail roles air so this morning I don't think she thought anything about it but she complimented me on my higher and she was like Oh my God you look so oh hope today and here I am wearing a printed Chirac has probably a replica of Navajo have created in their artistry treats and I had my traditional jewelry teeth is on and I wore traditional moccasins so I'm like okay instead of you acknowledge what it really he is you identified as well which is an American Americanized version of what are people really look like it has style like for us so then furthermore we went all it's a conversation she said Oh the GM emailed us and see again you might have a lot of traffic this is Columbus Dad and I just kind of blankly stare at her and I say thankfully we don't celebrate here because we might as a break ooh and I said to that said it to be very to fold and frank like as a brand we don't do anything for quote Unquote Columbus Day and I'm sitting here Luke Maye you are from the digital space and for some reason it in clicked with you that may not be the best thing to kind of start my day yeah right I had a way of nipping it in that talking about it anymore and I think they're some people get so him up in traditions that they don't even realize our offensive to other people that they as non of color communities think still to a degree that assimilate into their point of view is is the only point of view and I think that's really have to really the and when challenged be able to see intelligently about things yeah even today and people are GonNa still teach their kids and I should've posed the question and as you know to teach our kids is that do they know the real story or are you educating them in any kind of way around that and then people are like oh well you're in my business but the end my thought is when you look at me like I'm you know I'm trying to an olive branch to be able to explain and do it in a way that conversation you know so yes so let's talk about you growing up for a minute were you confident growing up tell me about your back howdy image growing up native in that coach or plus is people accept it or reject it great question I think that we are accepted more because we don't really have though we have more Oh bodies then on we accept the fuller women and men bodies in the community they are digging told me it's there's will in some as big my cousins and I have joked that we're full on the front and less on the bag so because I am I guess I used to make a joke about it because I'm a mixed race as well like I guess I I got blessed and I get full on all sides but historically in my community there are a lot of women that are fuller in the bust they have larger Belize and our not what fashion the fashion world would die as a body ties that is is Wilson after so there are some different types of body types would that reveal I feel like we embrace each other more within that community Dan outsider would And I think that again that code as into where we as is we are we in some cases as minority thousand women operate in a industry that's not mirroring that I mean with these ideals of what the perfect bodies hype is who says it appears or figure eight is the only like this be prefer bodies high and as independent as a yoga one and I used to have confidence issues I've always been plus is I was always kind of the fuller cousin amongst my smaller cousins and even my two younger sisters are smaller framed in me and always have been so it was Kinda like bigger now my place it how I felt about me and it's based unconscious I'll tell you I was willing to my before I ever became really constable body I just knew I was also with putting looks together with the body I had so fifteen sixteen starting to play in like trying to figure out a hair and make up in what did I like on my body's height what colors and I was always a person of style and I love bags and colors so I'm like how do I make my sales look good and feel better about myself even though from the inside out it's not quite working is there a way that I can feel good about it listen could because we embrace that notion to on days that you put a little more effort into your little you just naturally feel a little bit better about yourself so that's how I slowly got into the fashion industry because I like putting books together so that's where the business behind me being a clothing style is that me and surpassing three and the plus size model may that's kind of all of that your head

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What Is an Oligarchy (and Are We One)?

BrainStuff

06:07 min | 3 years ago

What Is an Oligarchy (and Are We One)?

"Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb here. Senator Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent, who, again is running for the democratic nomination for president proclaimed an two thousand nineteen speech to sixteen thousand supporters in San Francisco, we say no to oligarchy. Sanders, who warns billionaires are buying elections, and exerting too much power over the government refers to oligarchy is frequently, but he's not the only one around the web, you'll see places ranging from Russia, China and Saudi Arabia to Brazil, and even Hong Kong described as oligarchies 2017, salon article even warned of the growing power of a global Uber. Oligarchy comprised of wealthy super powerful figures ranging from financiers to Rockstars, and the concept isn't just owned by the left either President Donald Trump may not have used the same terminology, but the billionaire businessman rose to power in part by railing against the elites that he accused of disenfranchising ordinary Americans. If you're not a political science, major, you may be wondering, what exactly is an oligarchy anyway. And do we really have one in the United States, we spoke with Bron forms? Sannoh the William T, Brian chair of American history and professor emeritus of history at the university of Kentucky. He's written a couple books on the subject American oligarchy the permanent political class. And plutocracy in America. How increasing inequality destroys the middle class and exploits the poor form, Asano explained an oligarchy is a combination of wealth, and power, and often tends to close off access to its ranks pulling up the ladder oligarchy from the ancient Greek word, meaning few is a concept that goes back to the Greek philosopher, Aristotle, who used it to describe society governed by select few wealthy, or aristocratic people as opposed to rule by a single monarch, or democracy in which the great mass of people of humble means holds control. Aristotle actually didn't favor either all ARCHE or democracy. He preferred sort of hefty CAF Cup of Joe in which a middle group of moderately wealthy citizens controlled the rains and the early nineteen hundreds philosopher Rubert Michelle's came up the iron law of oligarchy it holds the, any organization or society. Even when the two spouses democratic ideals of popular rule, inevitably will devolve into oligarchy rule in which a few people take most of the power in part because rank and file members tend to want. Someone to tell them, what to do in America Sanders, isn't the first politician to be concerned about oligarchy fear that an entrenched elite would seize power dates back to the era when the nation was founded John Adams, who became the second US president, in particular saw, as a potential menace. We spoke with Luke maye Ville, author of the book, John Adams, and the fear of American oligarchy. He said are popular history. Paints, a revolutionary society that overthrew monarchy, but revolution era, America was also full of animosity towards anything resembling, formal nobility or Hristo credit privilege. This animosity made its way into the US constitution in the form of the nobility clause of article one which prohibits the federal government from granting titles of nobility, what made Adams unique was a systematic manner in which he theorized about oligarchy undocumented the threat that oligarchy had posed throughout history. Mayvale continued relatively early in his life Adams was struck by the disproportionate influence enjoyed by men of wealth, and lustrous lineage, but the record shows that he became much more fearful of oligarchy during his long sojourn as diplomat in Europe, in the late seventeen seventy s and early seventeen eighty s in the old world, he became a careful observer of the power that went hand in hand with family lineage, physical, beauty, and especially wealth, when he compared these observations at the old world to conditions in the new world, he saw more similarities than differences. But Adams, didn't exactly see the world the same way as does Sanders for example, or Senator, Elizabeth, Warren and other presidential candidate who is concerned about the concentration of wealth and power, because Adams, worried about rule by ordinary citizens as well almost as much as he worried about oligarchy, he thought that giving everyone the right to vote would inevitably lead to all currently held private property being divvied up and redistributed. He believed in a balance between the power of the wealthy few and the organized power of the lower classes, something. Perhaps it can to Aristotle's concept of a mixed ruling class. Oligarchy is can develop in societies for several reasons in a country with a monarchy or dictatorship. If a leader becomes too weak or incompetent rule the strata of powerful people under the leader may start to siphon away his authority, and ultimately may replace them with a puppet or else one of their own members. It's also possible for an elite say, for example, superwealthy business moguls to take control of society because they're good at getting things done. Whether or not, those things are in the best interests of everybody else. And there's also oligarchy by default in which democracy, essentially withers because ordinary people allow an elite take over because it's easier than staying informed and grappling with complexities of governing. The question of whether the US is turning into an oligarchy, or perhaps already is one has become a subject of heated debate back in two thousand fourteen and analysis out of Princeton, and Northwestern University said, one thousand seven hundred seventy nine different policy issues and concluded that economic elites and groups representing business interests had a lot of influence upon US, government policy, while ordinary citizens at interest groups, representing them held little sway. They didn't actually use the term oligarchy, though, news. Media headlines summarizing their work did. But several other scholars published rebuttals arguing that either the masses and the elites didn't really disagree that much about policy choices or that when they did, the masses usually prevailed. Public opinion, though, suggests that most people think of the US as allegoric, even if they don't, call it that in two thousand seventeen poll seventy five percent of Americans said the people like them have too little influence in Washington and eighty two percent believed that wealthy people had too much power over the government here in the US form. Misano said, it's not a matter of restrictions. But more closing of opportunity, and diminishing chances for the middle and lower classes, even some billionaires worry that the nation's rising income inequality is unsustainable and may endanger capitalism's future, even if they're not quite ready to give up all their influence.

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In the Footsteps of Merce Cunningham

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

05:28 min | 3 years ago

In the Footsteps of Merce Cunningham

"Time. I'm courteous. Studio. Three sixty podcast extra. We're celebrating the life and work of one of the great American choreographers. Merce Cunningham who was born one hundred years ago this week he danced starting as a member of Martha Graham's troop and then maye dances for seventy years and embraced innovation from start to finish new dance forms, new technology. New music new collaborators. Win four he worked with Radiohead and Siga rose on a beautiful piece that you're hearing called split sides. Cunningham dancers were famous for seeming to defy the laws of physics leaping high and suddenly switching direction in mid air. When Cunningham spoke with us in two thousand one he was using computers to try to make his dances, even more complex. Take always been interested in movement. There's no reason for that is just it seems to be it should interest everybody. We're we're so involved with all the time. I think of course of animals and birds watching their movements of always been totally fascinating to me. Movement is so much a part of our daily experience that we don't think of it as a thing, we don't even think we sort of do it. But if you thought about it say, how do you walk? How do you just the mechanics, but if we all walk the same why is it we all walk differently and that struck me years ago, and I thought well that was a way to think about movement that we were doing the same thing. But we all did it differently. My name is Daniel Roberts. I have a member of the Merce Cunningham dance company. I always feel that my legs are like. Needles of sewing machine when I'm doing cutting him they have to be very sharp and very articulate, and I feel that the torso has to be free on top of that on. So there's a strain that comes along with doing the work in the technique. And there's a clarity about the work in general, the use of space and the articulation of the torso limbs that I've never experienced before in any other dance form. I'm interested obviously in complexity which is to buy disadvantaged probably because it's made it difficult often for the public to really comprehend live with what we do. I think uses chance to avoid his own typical habits of making movement. And that's what's really interesting because he's even making it difficult for himself. It's not whatever feels natural. It's usually what deals completely unnatural. Chance operations came about in the nineteen fifties. There was wrist of an institute of random numbers where the decided scientists had decided that rather than using logic for numbers they could just as well use chance John cage. Took course, we're using it in his music composition. And I thought it would work with moving. I would say devise you sort of speaker series of movements. But then through chance means in the beginning, it was tossing coins. So that instead of you just using your own what you remembered about how things go you came up with this stunt. Up things which were. Sometimes impossible. But if you tried them, even though what it was was impossible something else came up to had experienced or I hadn't experienced before. I had the opportunity to begin to work with dad's computer it's called life forms, and it has mainly three screens with which you work one is what they call the stage on which you can place tiny figures, which move there's a screen with the larger figure called the figure editor on which you can make movements on the figure then there is a third screen called the time line, which is moving in time. You can put the the body and what say flat on the floor Prome. Okay. Then a few spaces later in the time. You could put it up in the air. Now, it will do that it will rise up on its feet and go up in the air. Of course, you can't do that in the way. It does it. But you look at it. I do and I think oh, but I could do it this way. Now if I hadn't seen this. I wouldn't think that way and and I. My work with it has grown more complex because I see more possibilities all the

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'Trade war a reality' French finance minister warns

BBC World Service

04:37 min | 4 years ago

'Trade war a reality' French finance minister warns

"BBC World Service at. Six hours GMT welcome to weekend with Jillian Morrison Coming up President Trump. Accuses he's former personal lawyer of perhaps acting illegally by recording their conversations does he have a point you're talking about it's. Hape discussing payment that could be a criminal violation of campaign finance, laws why would you make that tape also president Xi Jinping in Rwanda head of a major summit in, Johannesburg this week will look at the scale of Chinese investment in Africa and here would meet for the whole program Rita soccer, Lebanese-born lecturer in post, colonial and global literatures at Maynooth university in island Indian, black journalist writer. And visiting senior fellow at the London School of economics Middle. East center that's all here on weekend I the world news This is the latest BBC. News with Rosemary creek Israel says it has completed a humanitarian, operation to rescue Syrian civil defense workers and their families from a war. Zone in southern Syria it said they had been evacuated because of an imminent. Threat to their lives following a request from the. US and European countries James Reid reports the Israeli military described the evacuation from Syria. As an exceptional humanitarian gesture up to eight hundred Syrians are reported to have been taken by bus overnight through the Israeli occupied. Golan Heights to Jordan the evacuees a members, of the white helmets a civil defense organization that works in rebel. Controlled areas of Syria there had, been trapped by government offensive in the south. West of the country Jordan said it had agreed to give them safe passage to, be, resettled in. Britain Canada and Germany, the French, finance minister Bruno Lemaire has compared current US trade policy to the. Law of the jungle he told reporters that the g twenty meeting Finance, ministers and, central bankers in Argentina that a trade war now existed which post. A risk to global grace here's Rebecca drought Brunello, insisted Europe is a whole was worried about being dragged into a global trade war that, would leave. Everyone is leases he said the current US policy of imposing. Unilateral tariffs was based on the law of the, jungle global trade he. Added couldn't be based on the survival of. The fittest Mr. Lemaire was speaking of the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said. President Trump's threat of further. Levies was realistic possibility Mr. Mnuchin urged the EU and China to apron markets to allow fee competition the US, director of intelligence. Dan Coats has clarified his response to news of another plan summit between President Trump and Vladimir Putin in Washington Chris funk reports the director of, national intelligence was, speaking on stage when he was very surprised to learn the President Putin, was being invited to the White House. Say that again That's going. To be special The White House. Was not impressed by Mr Coates has issued a statement in which he says his admittedly awkward response was not meant to be disrespectful or critical of the president and that he. Will work to support Mr. Trump's efforts, to build strong international relationships. The vice, president of Afghanistan General Abdul Ralph sheets downstream is returned to the country today to resume his duties more than a year after he left following accusations of involvement in the kidnap and, rape of a political rival the influential former. Warlord away denied any wrongdoing his return follows violent protests in, northern Afghanistan by his supporters angered by the arrest, of a powerful police commander an ally of general Dostam world news from the BBC The French. President Emmanuel Macron is under growing pressure, to explain what he knew. About a, presidential aide who was caught on camera beating up a protester in Paris in may the security aid Alexandra Bellona was sacked by the presidency on Friday but opposition parties have accused Mr., Macron of failing to act swiftly and trying. To cover up the scandal the left wing leader Sean Luke, maye shoe accused the president of organizing a private, militia Mr. Bonilla is cheaper for a magistrate on Sunday Police in Los Angeles have arrested a suspect after a hostage siege. At a grocery shop at gunman had. Barricaded, himself inside the store after crashing his.

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Poop Helps Us Study Dinosaurs

Tumble: A Science Podcast for Kids

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Poop Helps Us Study Dinosaurs

"Which means that they provide evidence of an animal's behavior if you have a picture of a fossil in your head right now it's probably of a bone or a skeleton bones can tell you what the animal looked like and something about its behavior but trees fossils tell you much more about how an animal actually lived both of them together help us fill in all of those puzzle not not allah puzzle pieces but some of the puzzle pieces when we're trying to reconstruct the past cup relates don't just come from dinosaurs there the word used to describe fossilized scat from any animal from any period of time scripts which has yet another word for boop there are so many in it's delightful so if you've spent any time in the wilderness you probably know that scat provide clues to which animals are living nearby karen studied scat when she was a national park

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Jessica Jones Season 2 Review: Marvelous or Meh?

Double Toasted

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Jessica Jones Season 2 Review: Marvelous or Meh?

"You can't burn blessed me if you definitely champ me i note jerod ward says a step off a bright year view luke maye negro we saw that in the first series all the information another new also got shot in an advocate it a dealt with at least shoot good news these two both it was until he was yeah yeah i'll be doing everything rappers do you know how all these other people kate touch here man i'll give them pay a light do look a lightblue cage but you know after the defenders at in i haven't even seen jessica jones these into and after hearing about you told me first disappointed but i was reading some things at the saying they had its they've they've turnaround i got jumped on on facebook today about it how dare you say jessica jones's badly had like a seventy six on tomatoes i'll case alltime iron is tournament is not as good as a first series no no one status is nowhere near i haven't seen it but i've seen the reviews and everyone comes out friday thing okay everyone saying it's a bit of a sophomore slump presidency see that the man i'm i'm a i'm common i'm i'm just kinda again known to these netflixing marvel shows on the same here yeah i'm not excited anymore now you know.

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