35 Burst results for "Melinda"
Dr. Laibow Continues to Warn of Globalists' Plan to Destroy the USA
"Lebeau, welcome back. Thank you so much. You are coming to us from Tucson, Arizona. I am. And you told us yesterday, but reprise a little bit, how it is that you fell into doing this very, very important work where you talked about something that you heard gruesome in 20 2002 from a crowned head of state about it's time to begin the great culling. This, again, these globalist murderers have for many decades been looking forward to having the technology to create a world, one world government, again, this was always the stuff of conspiracy theories until it wasn't. But what was it that drew you into this? Once the patient who was a crowned head of state still is shared with me her delighted intention to get rid of 90% of the current world population and enslave the remaining 10% to serve what she called the neo aristocrats, including herself, of course, the neo feudal aristocrats. Once she said that I began doing some research and I began finding the documents that these people have been promulgating, alleging and asserting their own right to enslave the people whom they choose to allow to survive. If you read the inscriptions on the Georgia Guidestones, which have been demolished, because I think they were getting a little bit too hot to handle. You will see basically what the plan was intended to be. And their tools I came to learn were institutions like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which originally was called the Berlin Melinda Gates institute for population reduction, and now is just the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. It was
"melinda" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott
"So how much do you actually read, like what's a typical pace of reading for Bill Gates? You know, if I don't read a book in a week, then I'm really going to re look at what I was doing that week. If I'm in vacation, then I'll hope to read more like 5, 6 or 7. Of course, books are quite variable. In size, you know, over the course of the year, you know, I should be able to read close to 80 plus books, you know, I have a younger children who read even more than I do, so it's kind of like, oh, jeez. You know, I have to be, you know, which solo books am I going to read? I still read all the pinker, you know, some authors that are just so profound and have shaped my thinking. But, you know, reading is kind of relaxing. I should read more fiction when I'm I fall behind my non fiction list tends to dominate. And yet, you know, that people have suggested such good fiction stuff to me. And that's why, you know, I kind of share my reading list on Gates notes and so what's the over under, you're famous for saying that you want to read David Foster Wallace's infinite jest like over under that happening in 23? Well, if there hadn't been this darn AI advanced. I'm kidding you, but it's really true. I have allocated and with super excitement a lot more time to sitting with Microsoft product groups and saying, okay, what does this mean for security? What does it mean for office? What does it mean for our database? Because I love that type of brainstorming because new vistas are opened up. So no, it's all your fault. No infinite just this year. Excellent. Well, I appreciate you making that trade because it's been really fantastic over the past 6 months having you help us think through all of this stuff. So thank you for that and thank you for doing the podcast today, really, really appreciate it. No, it was fun, Kevin, thanks so much.
"melinda" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott
"They weren't the only ones. There were people over in Europe doing some of these things. But they combined it with a lot of things. They put it on a network. They got a laser printer. And Charles Simone was their programming this and did a word processor that used that very graphical bitmap screen and let you do things like fonts. Stuff we take for granted now. And so I went and visited Charles at park at night and he demoed what he had done with this bravo word processor and then he printed on the laser printer document of all the things that should be done if there were cheap pervasive computers and he and I brainstormed that he updated the document printed again. And it just blew my mind and the agenda for Microsoft came out of that's like in 1979 that I'm with him and computers are still completely character mode and so that's when the commitment to do software for the Mac emerges from Steve Jobs having a similar experience with bob belleville at Xerox Parc. And park built a Xerox built a very expensive machine called the star that they only sold a few thousand of because people didn't think of word processing as something you would pay. You had to come in really at the low end. So PCs with first character moment later graphics were processing, so I hired Charles Charles help do word and excel in many of our great things. And eventually, you know, 15 years after Charles had showed me his thinking and we brainstormed, we largely achieved through Windows and office on both Windows and Mac. We'd largely achieved that piece of paper, but so I told the group that that was the other demo that had kind of blown my mind and made me think okay, what can be achieved in the next 5 to ten years, we should be more ambitious taking advantage of this breakthrough, even with the imperfections that, you know, we're going to reduce over time. Yeah. It was really powerful and motivating anecdote that you shared. So maybe one last thing here before we, before we go, or maybe two more things. So what do you think are the big grand challenges that we ought to be thinking about over the next 5 to ten year period? So like in a sense like this, I actually have this piece of paper that Charles wrote. It's like here by my desk frame because I think it was one of the more unbelievable predictions of a technology cycle that anybody's ever written and I don't know why everybody doesn't know about the existence of this thing. It's just unbelievable. But so as you sort of think about what lies ahead of us over the next 5 to ten years, what's your challenge, not just a Microsoft, but to everybody in the world who's going to be thinking about this?
The Capturing of the W.H.O.
"I'd like to talk about the capturing of the who, the who. Who's on first? Well, I'm not talking about the band. I'm talking about the World Health Organization. And I'm going to talk about a little known aspect of the World Health Organization, the way in which it has been overtaken, manipulated and captured. By a private money and specifically by the private money deployed by the Gates Foundation by Bill and Melinda Gates. Now, the World Health Organization was created after World War II. And initially, the idea was that member countries would make contributions and the World Health Organization would be kind of a coordinating group that would work through these countries to improve health to improve health practices around the world. Very noble mission seemed to work pretty well. The World Health Organization made some notable advances, including the wide dissemination of smallpox, vaccines, leading to the virtual eradication of smallpox. But then what happened in the 1980s is that the World Health Organization began to show signs of being politicized. And the Reagan administration said, hey, if you keep doing this, we're not going to give you money. And the World Health Organization panicked. And began to expand its funding to take a lot of money from nonprofit groups that could final money into the World Health Organization, but also pharmaceutical giants like GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis. So suddenly these pharmaceutical big pharma began to put conditions on the money will give you money to do this. We'll give you money to do that. And that's troubling enough because you can see how companies like Pfizer can use their leverage now with the World Health Organization financial leverage. Because they're contributing a significant portion of the budget
Naomi Wolf on the Corruption of Covid-19 and the Globalist Agenda
"A simple person in many ways. And I just have to over and over and over, you know, repeat the obvious or try to remind myself I'm not I'm not dreaming this. I'm not making this up. This is real. You have bravely and brilliantly uncovered what is happening because there are millions and even billions of people around the world wondering what is happening and it points you said very clearly very obviously very darkly to China. Wanting to kill Americans and westerners and to destroy us. And we can talk about that for a long time. But we were just touching on how that relates to the globalist agenda because again, the way evil works, it's never simple. You have various things. This is how the Nazis took over. You have greed. You have fear. I mean, pure greed, somebody says, I can get a lot of money if I keep my mouth shut. I'll take the money and keep my mouth shut. Or if I say the wrong thing, I'll get in trouble. So I will keep my mouth shut. So you have all these different things going on, I can understand why the Chinese would want to do this that makes perfect sense. But link it as we were just going to the globalists agenda because they have obviously been working over time to help. Yeah, it's an alliance. And in my book, the bodies of others, I spelled that out. It's, of course, the World Economic Forum, which Klaus Schwab, the leader of it boasted that he has graduates in cabinets all over democracies around the world, and we've seen them from Trudeau to Ardern, and so on. It's the World Health Organization, which is funded by China and Bill Gates overwhelmingly that has been in lockstep with China. I mentioned the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. It's a big tech as well. I mean, big tech is invested in the vaccines. And big tech as the bodies of others showed is up net 23% net revenue in 2020 to 2022 till the pandemic lifted. Because of the advantage to big tech of locking people in their homes.
"melinda" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"What's the fastest way to do it. So your jarvis. Ai is not right in the copy on mobile at that. Usually write it in your journalism. Background pay up you know from joanna's background to mba. That right there just shows the commitment to that. So i'm just. I just appreciate you i wanna make the. Everybody gets the book. I wanted to have you on today. I was tracking you down. I was like wait. Se gotta get to. Are you know. 'cause i'm like i am like your fan. I was like okay. We're gonna get melinda on here. I appreciate you you know. We have done a lot of interviews. But i don't get tired signing my book or talking to people about it so trust and believe if i had to be doing interviews to eleven o'clock tonight we produce grateful to everybody in. Nsa in vienna. You know all the folks in a bj who still supported me. They still call me. Her made a bj. Dads need to speak in in support other journalists who need to make the transition who might share and on my own living proof that the it'd be much better post post tv news of the skills that i learned in that industry have helped every day is the small biz lady every single day in a and so. I think that there's something to be said for that. And and so. I'm just appreciative. In grateful that god has let me continue to grow the that. I've had so many wonderful friends in examples. It very fortunate. That alfred edmund gave a great jacket coat for the book in marcus. La- mona's from the profit gave. What's for the book. Gene gene shatskikh from her money dot com. I mean john gordon died. Gave me a quote for my me. I think he's got eleven or twelve new york times bestseller book. So i'm just appreciate in my in my dear a college classmate mike mccallum was you. I love him. And i've known him forever life before y'all knew about the pay he was mobbed way back in the day so You know just just so grateful to all the friends in in other business experts. That don't see me as competition but cheer for me you know and so i. I just appreciative of that And i think that that's the thing people need. People need to feel appreciated. Because if you make your vans in your customers feel appreciated. They will love when you and so. That's why that is it. Melinda emerson thank you so much millennial. melinda emerson online google hard. You'll find like about fifty pages but to go and get the book by Coming up this week so make sure that you do that. So thank you so much for joining us today. Crediting i'm pam perry in i am out. Thank you guys. Thanks for listening listening to.
"melinda" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"To get know each week she either. Interviews are media france. Pr colleagues or she just goes solo offering you strategies on publicity publishing and platform building so. Listen to hear how to get booked on media places in a superstar stages. Now here's your host pam perry. Hey this is pam. Perry thank you so much for joining me today. I'm excited. Because i have someone here that i just love and adore. And she has something she wants to share with you brand new. We're gonna talk about how to be your own boss in succeed. And she has. This book is a best selling book and it is revise for today. pandemic Pose pandemic i guess you would say in terms of what is going on in the world in how people are making that digital pivot but before i bring up melinda emerson just want to tell you a quick story of how i met in new melinda probably allowed people know as small biz lady. That's her moniker. That's brand and she's always on brands. She has millions of people following her all over social media primarily twitter so she did a tweet chat years ago and that's how i met her on. Twitter had an opportunity to meet a couple of times. She has two books. This is like a another book that she's is revising. She did fix your businesses. Well but i met in detroit. But she's from the east coast the pennsylvania once they philadelphia area and she is amazing. Amazing so take notes on this because melinda is like a machine gun when it comes to giving out information. Blog is amazing melinda emerson dot com all the things that she does. She's so deliberate with it. She's even good at tick. Tock and i've been noticing that as well so she is at social media. Ninjas some with that i wanna bring up melinda resent. I'm not. I know you sign on me on tic tac. That's not you know. I'm always anywhere i can go to help. People learn how to run a successful small business..
"melinda" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"It's free. If you're a listener, there's so many ways on the app itself or through either the App Store is to just drop us a line in both app stores. We answer every review personally. We respond to every single comment. We get through the app or through our website or on social media like on on Instagram, just DM us. We really believe in co creating with our customers because we're only as good as making sure that we're solving specifically and innovating in a way that solves problems and lifts people up. So we're really, really eager to hear from you. Well, Melinda, thank you so much for being here today. Such a joy to have you here and talking about your story. I'll tell you what, I'm excited to have you on here because in a matter of years when Padua is as big as Spotify or Facebook or Twitter or these large $1 billion companies, I'm going to go remember when she was on my podcast. I mean back in 2021. And with technology, things happen really fast. And so congratulations on all your success. And if you want to reach out to Padua, you want to reach out to Melinda. You can do it atop.
"melinda" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"In 2003, if you don't have a podcast in 2021, it's kind of like, yeah, that's 2020, you know, it's 2003. Exactly. So, you know, drop in there. If you're operating at a scarcity, don't there's voices that need to be heard and that's your voice. You need to figure out what you're laying as and go out there. Something that you just love the shout from the rooftops, that's the podcast for you. It's just, and with pipe, it's going to make it so you can monetize. It's going to make it so you can be found, and it's going to level the playing field in so many ways. And I'm just so thrilled to be part of the team and I'm really excited about talking about bizarro because I mean these rooms on Clubhouse and people are always how to monetize. I can't keep this up. No one listens. No one cares, blah, blah. And they have great content. So thank you to you. Thank you, Melinda, and thank you the team for creating this. And not letting fear stop you because you truly are going to transform so many people's lives by the podcast. They're going to listen to be inspired and motivated and transformed. And then also that other component which is so important, the monetization for these podcasters that are putting their heart and soul into their messages and their productions and it's going to just really have such a great great impact. Well, thank you so much. I mean, it's one of these things where your work has never done. And we're so eager for feedback from people as well. So, you know, if you're listening to this podcast, and you've downloaded pod oppo. And we're all ears. We want to hear from you. We want to know what you think. If you have a podcast, claim it.
"melinda" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"And I did. I put myself out there and I approached you. And I said, hey, I want to be part of this. And I gave you how I thought I could be a part of it. You did the same thing that you did for your prom, right? Because you immediately not only did you approach me, but you immediately started contributing and adding value. And the minute people do this. I think it's interesting. I've mentored a lot of entrepreneurs over the years. And the best thing to do if you want something, yes is ask. But it's also in the way you ask. And I like your story, not only about the prom, but also about approaching because it was being empathetic to where you could add value. And being positive and enthusiastic, not just showing up with a begging bowl or like me, me, me, but how can I love you? And I think that's vital. Because when people approach a big influencer or a company, they want to work with or contribute to or whatever and have that in their mind's eye, anything is possible. The other thing, too, is asking for advice or mentorship from people. It's really the same thing. I remember my dad saying to me, very early on, you know, Melinda, if you want to know how to do someone, just figure out who's the best at it and go and ask them. Just ask well they do it. You'd be surprised how easy it is to do that because people at the top of their game at the very top of their game tend to be the most generous. Because they don't really have anything to lose. They're not in scarcity. They've succeeded. They want to give back and they're flattered that you're asking and people enjoy giving. And making a positive impact..
"melinda" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"My dear friend, Melinda, welcome to the living the law of action show. It's great to be here with you. And I love the word inspired in front of action. Because we can all take a lot of action, but if it's going nowhere if we're stuck on a task treadmill, you know, like kind of a hamster wheel. Absolutely. Action doesn't get you anywhere except to burn out. So the trick I found in life is figuring out what is the inspired action to take at any given time. Absolutely. And, you know, with all of your background of like TV anger for all these major news, I just shut up and just let you run the show because you're such an experienced journalist and I love having you here today. And I'm so excited. There's so much to you, all the onion layers of Melinda. It's amazing. Let's just cover some of them. So 5 times sear entrepreneur. Now, is that during your stint at BBC ABC News or was that before or after? It was a little bit before and a little bit after..
"melinda" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"To outcome van kids see challenges and failures not as evidence of their ineptitude but just as like a brief blip on the path to success like. Oh i need to fail. I need to be challenged in order to grow in order to learn and when i talk about challenges with my kids now. Talk about them as challenges. Make your brain grow like hard things. Make your brain grow And so then they will become much more resilient in the face of challenges like if they then don't get a good grade or they just are they. Just don't do anything. Well at first they don't see it as like. Oh this means. I'm just bad thing it's just like oh i'm not good at this thing yet and i need to keep practicing And there's really there's one study actually. I feel like illustrated this so well. That carol did that. I could describe how the awesome yes. Okay i love talking about studies especially once they're just so amazingly illustrative like this one so I might get a. I'll try my best to get this accurate but So curled wreck in her colleagues invited his into the lab and gave them all. I q tests and then she slipped them up into three groups to the first group. She said you did really well on this test. You must be really smart at these problems. The second group. She said you did really well on this test. You must have worked hard at these problems and then the third group was like a control group and she said you did well on the test and didn't give them any back then. In the next part of the experiment she gave the three groups Choice she said. Okay now. i'm going to give you some more problems and you can choose. Would you like to have the hard problems where you might not do very well but you'll learn more or the easy problems where you'll probably do well but you may not learn very much and it was so fascinating. Because she found the kids that had been praised for being smart at the problems they predominantly wanted the easy problems. And you can envision like they now think of themselves as smart and so what are they want to do. They want to protect the reputation. They want to do. Well because that's further evidence of them being smart they don't wanna get the problems wrong because then that messes up their whole fixed mindset with the kids who she had said you. You must have done well because you worked hard at the problems. They were much more likely to want to take the heart problems. And i think with the control the third group it was pretty much like kind of split within the really also interesting to follow ups to this was so there's another follow up to this where she gave all the kids hard problems to see how they did on them. Or how how they how they worked on them and she found the ones that had been praised for being smart they were much less likely to persevere. They quit sooner. They just when when they encountered a hard problem they were like..
How Talking About Feelings Helps Raise Kind and Generous Kids With Author Melinda Wenner Moyer
"I started the book with kindness and generosity and helpfulness. Because i felt like those were kind of like really key traits that to me was sort of the opposite of ass. Hillary like. that's how i kind of conceived these like what are the traits. That are the opposite of what you would have if you were an asshole. So yeah i think with generosity and helpfulness. They think that was surprising. Was how the how the research really clearly showed that talking about feelings and allowing your kids to have feelings acknowledging them. Validating them that is a really important foundation for the development of generosity and helpfulness. You know because it's kind of counterintuitive. Like why would talking about feelings make a child more helpful more generous. But then when i dug into the research i mean it. It does make sense because you know kids in order to be generous in order to be helpful. You kind of have to be able to recognize another person's feelings and other person's state of mind and put yourself in their shoes and figure out what they need. What would make them feel better. What what would make them happier and in order to do that. You really have to be pretty fluid in the language of emotions and sort of understanding and recognizing them and so yeah. The research pretty clearly shows that like talking about feelings is a really important aspect of helping your kids develop these these
Foreign Aid: Gates and Others to Partially Cover UK Aid Cuts
"Of philanthropists, including the Bill and Melinda Melinda Gates Foundation to provide $130 million to help cover a funding gap left after cuts by the British government to its foreign aid budget.
Amazon Plans to Build Delivery Robot Tech in Finland
"Fully electric autonomous delivery vehicle. Engineers in Finland will try to develop three D software that will ensure the vehicles navigate safely. Amazon Scout vehicles are roughly the size of a small cooler and can transport small packages at walking piece. Big contribution from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will bolster the UN's Gender equality campaign. The
Warren Buffett Says He's Quitting Gates Foundation
"Warren Buffett is resigning as a trustee. From the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Warren Buffett is not explaining why he's stepping down from the Gates Foundation board members began an investigation last year indicates prior romantic relationship with a female Microsoft employee. That was deemed
Warren Buffett Resigns from Gates Foundation
"Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett has resigned as a trustee of the bill and Melinda gates foundation bill and Melinda gates revealed they were divorcing after twenty seven years of marriage but said they continue to jointly run their foundation one of the largest philanthropies in the world Warren Buffett is one of three members of the foundation's board with recent donations he's given more than thirty three billion dollars to the bill and Melinda gates foundation now he says he's resigning in a statement Buffett said he's been an active trustee and that he's resigning from the post just as he's done with all corporate boards other than Berkshire Hathaway Buffett is now ninety years old describing his job but that said I'm clearly playing any game that for me has moved past the fourth quarter and into overtime I'm Jennifer king
Warren Buffett Resigns From Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Bill Gates Will Never Be the Same
"Bill and melinda gates shocked the world when they announced earlier this month. They're getting a divorce. It left many wondering about the future of their foundation after nearly three decades of marriage bill and melinda gates have filed for divorce ending what some consider one of the most consequential marriages in american history. They've been a power couple for decades their global work carrying the stamp of their union. They fought poverty disease and inequity together as a team with their bill and melinda gates foundation or the divorce bill and melinda gates mentoring many wondering what this means for their massive fortune approaching one hundred fifty billion dollars since then. There's been a steady trickle of scandalous reports about bill gates and they have shattered the carefully crafted public persona that. He's been building for more than twenty years here to explain is teddy slight for hates eddie. Hey so teddy. What's been going on so a few weeks ago. We learned that bill and melinda gates are getting a force that they have irreconcilable differences. And you know it's a sad story that obviously as potentially profound implications for society but it's sort of a paint drama so to speak what's happened. This week is that we are learning more and more seemingly by the day about the circumstances that led to the divorce and is this is evolving to put it bluntly into tabloid ask melodrama involving the likes of mine to you know a boardroom. Investigation into an affair with a microsoft employee. We've known for a couple of weeks. Now that bill melinda gates were getting divorced but the reasons are probably spicier than anyone could have imagined and you know this matters because they'll melinda gates are two of the world's most important figures. So what is the relationship between. Bill gates and jeffrey epstein. Or what was it. So bill gates and jeffrey epstein have been friends or associates. At least for a while. And we've known that that's that's public information. That was reported about a year ago when You know the epstein revelations. I came out bill gates at the time apologized for his friendship with epstein You know his belief that he had somehow legitimized epstein who was already convicted sex offender at the time but we now are learning that there was an impact revelations that melinda gates felt strongly enough that you know bill gates had betrayed his values that she began to seek out Divorce lawyers in twenty nineteen.
"melinda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Inmates. It helps the dogs. It helps get them adopted. I love this. We're going to talk about Marley's muds. And what they've got this positive program that will tell you about getting positive program right now, though, I want to tell you this story about Melinda Gates. I read on Fox News over the weekend box business, So Melinda Gates apparently had concerns with her soon to be ex husband, Bill Gates. After he Became friends got introduced to Shall we say, with Jeffrey Epstein? Now people familiar with the couple's divorce proceedings. Hold The Wall Street Journal that Melinda's concerns about Jeffrey Epstein win back is far is 2013. The sources said that Melinda told her husband that she was uncomfortable with Epstein after the couple met him that year. Good instincts, Melinda. But bill reportedly continued a relationship with obscene. Despite her concerns now Bill had previously previously downplayed his relationship with obscene like Robin Banks that who didn't everybody in there. Uncle downplayed any sort of relationship they had with him. Telling the journal in 2019. Yeah, I met him. But I didn't have any business relationship or friendship with him. Now. According to a spokesperson for Bill Gates, Bridget Arnold's. She said that that year Gates had met Epstein on multiple occasions to discuss philanthropy. Okay, well, they might not have had specific business dealings. They may not have gone out for beers together and Ben buddies, but you freakin split hairs. We didn't have any business. What was it? We didn't have any any business relationship or friendship? Yet, your spokesperson said. That you met Epstein on multiple occasions to discuss philanthropy. However, Bill Gates regrets ever meeting with Epstein and recognizes it was an air in judgment to do so, Bridget Arnold said at that time. Now. The journal also reports that the gates has divorced, which the couple announced just last week has actually been in the works since at least 2019. So there's the I'm sorry. Wait. What part of the story Laughter has returned to Hollywood. Oh,.
Melinda Gates Reportedly Consulted With Divorce Lawyers Since 2019
"The split between Bill Melinda Gates, which was announced last week has been in the works. Apparently for some time. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Melinda Gates began consulting with divorce lawyers nearly two years ago. The couple hasn't said what prompted the divorce, But sources familiar with the billionaire couple say, Ah, concern for Miss Gates was her husband's dealings with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Mr. Gates has only said in public that he has met with Epstein and doesn't have any business relationship or friendship with him. The couple has agreed to divide their assets. It's a fortune estimated at $130 Billion
"melinda" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Melinda Gates have announced they would have divorced after 27 years of marriage That raises So many questions. What problems did they have that even an infinite amount of money could not solve And will there. Philanthropy be affected? It won't be the same if it's the Bill or Melinda Gates Foundation. Yeah, You know what There's there's a beautiful moral in this story. What is that people shouldn't be in couple's beautiful Paula. One of the things that happens, Of course, whenever these very wealthy people split up is all of a sudden instead of like a billionaire couple. You have two single billionaire, so as you can imagine, Suitors will be flocking. Suddenly, there are dozens of attractive available women telling Mr Gates that they have malaria. As for Melinda Gates, what do we know about her? She's committed to international philanthropy. So she'll be getting lots of DMC from doctors without pants. How? How much do the lawyers get paid in a divorce like this? Right? Me? They're dividing up. What? They're not using lawyers, scholars or they're just just working it out informally. Is that true? No. There's like that has to be a trillion dollars on the line. I imagine Jeff Bezos calls Bill Gates and said, Hey, Bill, I got a guy right? You can leave with 100 billion. I got a guy they should do. I don't This is a true story. Um, when Warren Buffett and his wife decided They didn't want to be together anymore. Wait. When did that happen? Have been many, many years ago, many many years ago. In fact, his his wife has subsequently died. But this happened many years ago. And this is what he said. He said to her. Why bother getting divorced? Go live your life with whomever you like. And I'll support you. I have more money than God. It won't be a problem. Whatever you need, you can have and I'll live my life and we won't need to go through the misery and publicity and expensive a divorce. And they said Okay. That's what they did for the rest of their most of her life. The thing with Warren Buffett that's so charming is he, you know, lives in this house in Omaha that he's lived in forever. A very modest house. He goes toe think it's like a particular fast food restaurant and gets his lunch every day, And at some point, his wife woke up and said, I believe we are billionaires on I believe I would like to excuse not eat at a Wendy's today, Warren Judas. Yes, Judith. Your last quote is a headline from The Washington Post. Okay, are the Bidens giants? That question was prompted after a photo was published, showing the seemingly enormous Biden's standing next to whom This week. Roslyn and Jimmy Carter. Yes, indeed. The Carters That's.
Bill and Melinda Gates Are Splitting Up
"And finally little sad news in the marriage department guess you heard about bill gates and melinda gates. They are getting divorced thank you. That is the exact appropriate response to that But know they lived in a sixty six thousand square foot house. It's so hard to keep a long distance relationship together. And you know they were having problems and bill gates said. They were traveling problems connecting and he called his. It guy and he said they just weren't compatible
Bill, Melinda Gates' split after 27 years of marriage
"Final topic is that one of the people. I follow on twitter posted quote after a great deal of thought a lot of work on our relationship. We have made the decision to end our marriage over the last twenty seven years. We have raged three incredible children and built foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy productive lives. We continue to share a belief in that mission and will continue our work together at the foundation. But we no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in this next phase of our lives melinda gates and bill gates and had a a reaction or to wonder about you brian. How did you what what went through your mind when you heard the news. The only point of comparison. I can really think of with. This is two thousand. Nineteen when jeff bezos split from his. Wife mackenzie scott and she immediately started donating to a number of different Philanthropic causes but that couple when they split really didn't have the philanthropic reach that bill and melinda gates do clearly so i think melinda gates from what i understand of that foundation really does get involved with decisions. That are involved. That happened there. And i get the feeling that if she wants to make any changes to what this foundation does. It's going to involve a lot of time in planning but i really think this is one of those stories where it is. Certainly something personal. I'm sorry that it happened. But i also look at this as something that really could affect a lot of things when i think about philanthropy when i think about public policy and how that's by these dollars that's coming in this is potentially something really big. We're talking about here.
What Does Ghislaine Maxwell Have on Bill Gates?
"While all of you are reading about Bill and Melinda and the no prenup and what kind of money she's gonna get et cetera I'm thinking of something else. This is a bait and switch. You're all looking at one card. I'm looking at the other cards. Makes me wonder about what might be coming out from Ghislaine Maxwell. Because right after that, came the news that Bill and Melinda are divorcing. Maybe it's a coincidence. But who knows these days what these big players? The restaurant, my buddy works, and is still with pictures of Bill Clinton. Bill Gates. Prince Andrew. I mean, it's very weird. Don't you think? And Bill Gates put Melanie walker on the World Health Organization and the Gates Foundation. In addition to other high level advisory posts, her husband was supposed to take over Microsoft at some point, but instead he was paid to leave about 8 years ago. And when Ghislaine Maxwell was first brought in, that's when they put their $5 million condo up for sale. Now at the time, I didn't realize they had a $10 million place in the same building that they were holding on to. And they were gone from Seattle for at least a year. And the last couple of weeks she's been back and that $10 million place is up for sale. Then comes news that Bill and Melinda are getting divorced. My friend said he's waited on Gates a few times over the years. In the last ten years or so, him and his wife never are seen out together.
Britney Spears Criticizes 'Hypocritical' Documentaries About Her Life
"Britney spears posted a ninety second ash real to her instagram account. Yesterday you know. I just hope years as well. I think we both fear that she is not. But i have been a lot of chatter about britney as a result of the various cases that are going on and also about her conservatorship and then of course the new york times hulu special. This was sort of her post to respond to all of that and it is a basically her dancing. I have some questions about the various room. She's in jim directly addresses the fact that there are these documentaries that are you know. There's supposedly kind of rewriting the story on her trying to explain how she was like unfairly. Covered in sexual is at a young age. But they're still affecting her And she also calls out. Someone named billy be who. I didn't know who that was and i had to ask you. I was like billy bush because she says i don't actually talk to billy be at all so honestly very confused. I still don't completely understand that. But i don't know britney spears's instagram remains very very confounding an endo worthy. I can explain the billy beefing briefly which i also had see research on. But it's a former makeup artist of hers who i believe sometime earlier. This year told i believe page. Six that britney spears resolve is not responsible for the written content on her instagram. Because since the new york times hulu special there has been a lo- a lot of focus on her instagram and within that special they feed or some people who a give a lot of focus to her instagram. Even before it that i would say it was not my favorite part of that documentary. Yeah but she's been making certain elliptical references to the documentary and who speaks for her and who doesn't on instagram and this is the most direct and longest
Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Ending Marriage
"The biggest news of everybody's concerned about is the after twenty three years of marriage the divorce of the bill and melinda gates so that's I don't know where they went wrong. There that's gonna be very
Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Getting Divorced
Bill Gates and Melinda Gates Are Splitting up After 27 Years
"And melinda gates are splitting up after twenty seven years of marriage. Here's the tweet. I'm just gonna read it directly from melinda french gates. She says after a great deal on twitter of thought in a lot of work on our relationship we have made the decision to end our marriage over the last twenty seven years. We've raised three three incredible children and built a foundation that works all over the world to enable people to lead healthy productive lives. We continue share a belief in that mission and will continue to work Continue our work together at the foundation but we no longer believe that we can grow together as a couple in the next phase of our lives. We ask for space and privacy for our family. As we begin to navigate this new life signed melinda gates and bill gates
"melinda" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
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"melinda" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Welcome my friends. Get it other episode of the mind. Dog tv podcast. I'm matt apple coming. It's great to have you here as always. I'm wearing my Goofy college sweater today. Because it's a little chilly where i am. I don't know from coming down something or what seems like a pretty spring day out there but it's pretty chilly so I got the Old goofy college sweater on looking like a real nerd today. apologized for that but it is what it is today. We're going to talk to what i believe. It might be the most prolific author we've had on today and we're gonna talk about somebody who writes about light romance and and That kind of stuff. Which is not necessarily my john but i know we have a big audience for it out there and it should be an interesting conversation and you'll find out about an author just kind of writes books like most people just you know brevet oxygen anyway before i bring her in I need to quickly talk about one sponsor today Today's show is brought to you by Fund wise capital fund wise capital You know about them. They're a business lender matching platform. It gets you the best credit guaranteed You can apply online sixty seconds in There's no the credit to see how much you can get used to funny for anything. You need to start growing business. That's correct they did say start if you don't have a business but you got a solid business plan. They can help you get fun to get the best funding if you qualify for their strategic lender matching platform such as well hundreds of lenders to find the very best possible option for your unique situation. 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Loving hominy valley starring amber marshall She's really two books in the last month. The littlest cowgirls and dream a little dream. Ladies and gentlemen please opening ears opening minds and helping welcome in my tv. podcast melinda. welcome. Funkier i'm juggling with english language here today a little bit Lips working brain's not working and i'm cold. I'm probably coming down with something. I just diagnosed myself. Welcome thank you for coming for having me so we we have to explain to the audience. Who are on the visual side Your situation now. So explain why we're looking at it. Is it there. We move during kovin into Fix are we moved from california to oregon. I would not recommend doing that. During shutdown periods. We do last spring and The reason i say that is because everything was closed so you couldn't really go anywhere to find a bathroom except gas stations. Which normally you know. I avoid gas station bathrooms but we moved into this fixer right now. We only have walls closed in and adore in the laundry rooms. I am in the lottery right now or Thank you for making such I guess flexible arrangements to be with us today so as i mentioned In your introduction. I think you're probably I don't think there's any probably about the most prolific author looking at the number of books written in the period of time that you've written out do you are you are you. Must be writing day and night every day Without without any kind of break to be putting out as many books as your writing no Up until this last year. Yeah it definitely felt like i was if you are an author in you understand word count. I wrote probably the three years prior to that. You two thousand and eighteen nineteen and twenty. I was writing about half a million half million. And i was writing five hundred thousand words a year which is nothing million. Yes i can do math and And that was a lot. And i was working every day. Probably eight to ten hours a day. And i would take half a day off to be with my husband days a week so recommend. I would not recommend that to anybody. Why why is that. is it The just the inspiration overwhelmed. Deal why i mean I i'm trying to get my head around. What would drive somebody to be writing that much. I know i. I'm pretty creative fashion. But there's a point where i just need to Break in walk away from it so is it just. The inspiration is just overwhelming. The the amount of ideas that you have coming to you right at during that period were just so strongly advocate. It out you know there was As a writer. I'm constantly thinking about character is interesting like when i saw the movie doctor. Strange that character the lead character is so interesting a doctor who was at the top of his game and then through kind of a fault of his own but no fault of his own. He loses the use of his hands. Right as the surgeon. Like how interesting. That would be so. I'm constantly watching other stuff stuff. My husband makes me watch to stop being things and saying oh that character is really interesting. They're going through an interesting emotional journey. How can i use that. Nice store them in my head and then combine that with i had a lot of opportunity i got asked to write a different different publishing houses And and it was like wow. They can only fit into the schedule if i could fit it into my schedule. What i'm saying so there was opportunity. People were not living up to their contracts. And i just kind of took advantage and you know. I don't recommend that to anybody but you know you do it when you have the opportunity you absolutely step up and do it if that Harder things to do when when it's kind of it's something you have to do because of an opportunity that came up rather than something you've been thinking about and really wanted to do for a long time. Is it harder to get started when something like that happened then. Is it harder to follow through on. I think it's harder to follow through like heart. Gwen gives me multi book deal so like a six book deal at a time so by book. Five and six. I'm usually burn out on the series that i'm writing right. 'cause it's like three is great we can. For some reason. I can at least more easily easily. Visualized where three books in the series is going to go a when i have these long contracts where i have sold them into k. There's going to be these six characters each character about one one book but they're all connected. So there's an overarching carry through and man. I you know. I did back to back six books with them and i think on a series of the total is twelve in the series. And i'm writing now book ten and i'm so ready to move on from these people. I love them. But you know you know how it is. It's going to aunt. Martha's for for thanksgiving when you know there's going to be fun but you're gonna have dry. Turkey was great.
"melinda" Discussed on The Puddcast
"And i know that flows into other people groups as well and i think. Also that's why. I have such a soft heart for that And ensuring inclusion within Mike husband or my world of friends and community but also within the show. Because it's been very very hard and to have people assume things about you or your like but i can't change this. You're making a judgment call enclosing a door because of this because of me because of my black hair and my filipino skin. My gender are you kidding me like what and so. I understand that pain for for many people today. So i think you know the book the show. That's all about that. That you know this book you know always know is a celebration of voices and experiences in diversity truth and wisdom from so many fifty different people. Because that's how we learn is what may share a story and and we listen and we lean in and we take it and say what what can i learn what what is what is something that i can do and so you know. I'm so thankful jonathan that you're in the book. I think the unique part of the book is at its connected to an episode that everybody has been on people like that's wild but every blog post is connected to show so when they read your your post. It's like oh. I can actually watch him to. And as a as a white male i feel incredibly blessed and privileged to be included but we needed verse. Women can get to kind of rounded out with everybody else. I wasn't born in canada. Naturalized canadian so i understand you know again. We've been through this journey. We we know. I know what it's like. I love that. And i think to just like the show like my life after every blog. There's a kind of reflection and take away just because they think everybody you know somebody who. Who's high output for me an extroverted. I've had to really work in in my life. The pause and ponder the reflection takeaway. It's always important to we go through life so quickly. Ami never take time to pause and go that was good. Or what did i learn in that movie in that song in that experience in interaction with somebody we just keep going and yet there's richness in like doing the pause. The reflection say whoa. What did that mean to me what what struck me. Why did my heart book. What is that and then always big on the show the takeaway like you cannot go about life and just go. That's great learnings and not have an action decide to do something about it. Make your life better. Make somebody else's life better do something for the good of the world So that's really beautiful. And i'm really proud of this book you know everybody's got a write your own story which i'm hoping to do day but this is another part of me that i i love. So it's it's an honor to do it. Curated all the blogs put this together and make sure it goes out to the world so your voice jonathan and others can be heard so that's always right dot that was the title say wanted to make sure people got it like always know you're seen her in a loved good so good and mash say the takeaway reflection that you or someone on your team wrote for my piece perfect. I was like oh. I don't think i wrote this but this is lovely. This is like this is exactly what i would have said so well done. Where can where can folks fund the book..
"melinda" Discussed on The Puddcast
"Which is a weekly show. Or i sit down debrief the most recent episodes with my friends. So thank you to support the show or shares it with everyone. You're amazing you make this possible. Thank you. Let's get back to melinda just going to jump to sort of the depression part so it goes through all of this and like okay. God i'm following you. You have a really great career and then a lot of things happen not difficult but ended up breaking up with a a man. I thought i was gonna marry. I get hit by transport truck. I have a really difficult boss. It's really causing me. A lot of pain and in that i find my birth mother which is a good thing but there was a lot of stuff and i go through this crazy. Depression lick. It was so dark in deep in while for eight months. Look i couldn't get out of bed. People thought i'd died like they literally were like asking my landlord at the time i kind of like. Can you open the door. And it was like something just like. I couldn't handle it and i remember the struggle especially heard this a lot with other people struggling without. It's like you know you've got god's spirit he's taking you of a bad situation you you've got all the promises of god and then you go into deep depression and there's a lot of guilt and shame associated with that. Because i'm like wait a second. I follow jesus talk about guide. Spirit of power love and a sound mind will clearly. I don't have sound mind. I'm not feeling powerful. I'm out loving myself and have no capacity of others and here i am and it was dark like can't even remember days i couldn't even i just remember fetal positions and here i am like you know i'm speaking at this time. Jones and i'm like in ministry. I'm in this organization big organization on advocacy and speaking to thousands of kids across canada about giving to the poor. And i am literally a in had to take a leave and was out and just trying to wrestle with it and again you know the old way got through. That was a really great therapist. Great doctor.
"melinda" Discussed on The Puddcast
"Six rescue sheila ray gregoire and rebecca linden. Bach have had amazing responses to that. Show some really heartbreaking responses for sherman definitely an encouragement that this is an important topic and people need to hear more about the harm that has been done people as a result of some really bad evangelical messages surrounding sex and marriage. Thank you to everyone. Who joined my patriot to sacred. Listen to the b side. On that one i will share some of the comments i received end of this show this week though my guest is melinda s brooks. Melinda is a canadian television show host conference speaker and editor of the new book. Always note for those of you. Who don't know melinda her career in canadian broadcast tv and radio spans over twenty years. Someone that i've known about quite a while with interactive industry events over the years it was a real pleasure to.
"melinda" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
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