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Fresh update on "melinda" discussed on KFBK Garden Show

KFBK Garden Show

01:18 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melinda" discussed on KFBK Garden Show

"With me? You know, two weeks from Friday night, and I was like, two weeks from Friday night. I said, That's not spontaneous enough for me. Call me like you know, two days before something He called me at home at my apartment about an hour later and said, Was this spontaneous enough for you again? Politics aside, they seemed like a couple that were very into each other. But you never really know what's going on behind closed doors, but they sure are splitting up after so long. Researchers say the so called great divorce is a real trend. I'm sure London bill are going to be okay financially. But what about couples with more modest assets? Who divorce how can that affect their financial future in retirement? Server, So I wanna define because it took me a second Christian. Great divorce was that being and then it took me so okay, So you're older, and you may have some great here, right? So I'm not letting click with twenties That didn't click with me immediately. So zone certainly financially devastating, But you're basically giving up half and so And, of course, the Bill and Melinda Gates. I mean, that's nothing for them s so I don't think their lifestyle's gonna change a bit. Honestly, I think it's almost easier for for extremely wealthy people to get a divorce because it's not a lifestyle change. But we do have concerns for individuals that we work with that, or in that situation, because it is a lifestyle changes its half you know, getting accustomed to living on half in most cases to what you were living on before can mean well. Half the income half the retirement savings. Where am I gonna live? What am I going to do? So it is an issue. We want to make sure that from the planning aspect of it, both parties are going to be okay moving forward, and it may mean some sacrifice along the way. But I can't think of a better time to take a close look at your finances and how far you could take them in retirement. What is it that you could spend on a monthly basis without running out of money and again, terrible situation. But you're gonna have to dig into that. Unfortunately, Kristen, we have helped clients in that situation. It happens from time to time. And it has an impact. But I can say that, you know, having a financial plan and understanding what you're going to need to do. Moving forward to make it work. Unfortunately, if it means going back to work, maybe I hope not. But you gotta have a plan for sure. You do have to have a plan. And hopefully, if something like this what happened in your life you're prepared for that. Now obviously divorced can come out of left field. But either way, make sure that you're always prepared for that. What if we're not doomed stairs? We're not saying that divorce is something you have to bland for. But if you Got things in place If something like that toward come up or huge health care of event or something.

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Melinda Gates Reportedly Consulted With Divorce Lawyers Since 2019

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 6 d ago

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

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Fresh update on "melinda" discussed on NewsRadio WFLA Programming

NewsRadio WFLA Programming

01:15 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melinda" discussed on NewsRadio WFLA Programming

"Each other, but you never really know what's going on behind closed doors, but they sure are splitting up after so long. Researchers say the so called great divorce is a real trend. Sure Linda and Bill are going to be okay financially. But what about couples with more modest assets? Who divorce how can that affect their financial future in retirement? So first I want to define because it took me a second Christian. Great divorce was that being and then it took me so okay, So you're older, and you may have some great here, right? So clean now letting click with twenties didn't click with me immediately. So zone certainly financially devastating, But you're basically giving up half and so And, of course, the Bill and Melinda Gates. I mean, that's nothing for them s so I don't think their lifestyle's gonna change a bit. Honestly, I think it's almost easier for for extremely wealthy people to get a divorce because it's not a lifestyle change. But we do have concerns for individuals that we work with that, or in that situation, because it is a lifestyle changes its half you know, getting accustomed to living on half in most cases to what you were living on before can mean well. Half the income half the retirement savings. Where am I gonna live? What am I going to do? So it is an issue. We want to make sure that from the planing aspect of it, both parties are going to be okay moving forward, and it may mean some sacrifice along the way. But I can't think of a better time to take a close look at your finances and how far you could take them in retirement. What is that? That you could spend on a monthly basis without running out of money and again, terrible situation. But you're gonna have to dig into that. Unfortunately, Christian. We have helped clients in that situation. It happens from time to time and it has an impact. But I can say that, you know, having a financial plan and understanding what you're going to need to do, moving forward to make it work. Unfortunately, if it means going back to work, maybe I hope not. But you gotta have a plan for sure. You do have to have a plan. And hopefully, if something like this would have happened in your life you're prepared for that. Now obviously divorced, can come out of left field. But either way, make sure that you're always prepared for that. What if we're not doomed stairs? We're not saying that divorce is something you have to bland for. But if you've got things in place if something like that were to come.

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Bill and Melinda Gates Are Splitting Up

Real Time with Bill Maher

00:38 sec | Last week

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

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Fresh update on "melinda" discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

00:57 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melinda" discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Gates started relationship after mr epstein was convicted of sex crimes. Aw talking to her lawyers. I did all of it is just you know who anecdotes. So who knows if that's exactly what happened but it seems like if you were getting warnings and twenty thirteen and you still didn't heed them each. Yeah you gotta change for your partner. Especially if the change they're asking is. Please stop hanging out with pedophiles. Like honestly the talking about the least you could do for a partner. Is that right also while we're just psychoanalyzing billionaires marriage from if fire psychiatry from the three of us i i gotta say wasn't something interesting or to me it kind of made bill gates even commit bill and melinda even cooler that he had carved out in their marriage. He had carved out one week. Yeah you had like a hall pass weekend to go to his beach house with his ex ex. That's what's so fun. I put the wording in that it could be anyone the wording by. That's a weird for upul year in. You know what. I mean like vividly this other person. But that's that's twenty more twenty-first-century marriage shit. Though which is like people know what they want. ask for it and get it and melinda even dude. I've been let you fuck a weekend now. You want to go on a trip to an island with a template with fucking malcolm glad. Well get the fuck. I do wonder if she was wading to like spring this for when he had like a pr. Fuck up like you did with the Saint like coming out anti lifting the patent on on the vaccine leg. If she was just like all right i know. I wanna get rid of this fucking asshole. But like i need like else. Ray i need just like a little foothold so i can build up the momentum of. Oh yeah remember this shit where. He carved out a fucking thing with specifically his axe. Remember like this weird eyes wide shut like sex thing that he was involved with third right. It's kind of like the like it's weird when you're a celebrity and such a high powered relationship like you have to think of the pr around divorcing. Like okay. you know fuck up. And then i'm gonna strike whereas like when you're a normal person you're like all right if this will get super drunk again at this party or breaking up right that's like the normal person version of this like you gotta lineup friends. So if he doesn't release those patents. I will devote as it does feel a little like the straw that broke the camel's back to where it's a little bit like look do this fucking thing i let you fuck in the epsteins shit has been bothering me and now you're like now we're bad guys because you won't fucking send vaccine components the india get the fuck outta here bill. How much more money do we need. What do you need a third beach house to fuck your high school girl no and hence the epstein thing microsoft was terrible nickname. I was given by my fellow classmates. I hate the fact that like the new york has like brilliant luminary when describing him and the fact that this is this is like a royal. Divorce is like front-page news everywhere looking farmington or depend on their funded so weird nokia speak directly like right. Yeah yeah we're so obsessed with rich people to that it's like there's no need for bill gates to be a celebrity like there's no need for us to talk about him but we're obsessed and can you do we think partially is melinda sees what happens to bazo says ex where i think so yeah. She's like a divorced and he's like okay. And she's distancing herself from a guy who's rapidly becoming even more of a villain and she gets to go from married to the richest person to being like the third richest person in the world. I just say this. Truly being like using philanthropy to like really differentiate yourself. Because i feel like mackenzie bazo has been doing a lot of like weird surprise like money drops on. She's been doing some crazy aggressive shit and no one seems like she's like picking a small thing and overloading it with like. A billion dollars is hell. Yeah let's try every really wanna that shit yes basil's just doing he's like this what you're doing the hundred billion you guy. It's weird that it hasn't been picked up more like shouldn't that be. I just wonder if that if that's like a again similar to the washington phone exactly. He runs every run everything so every every journalism website read their servers from every single one of them is on this. Podcast cuts out right now. You'll know what happened to you book. You know this same basil. Yes somebody needs to also do. They won't do it. But some non mainstream journalists needs to do the app equivalent of eyes wide. Shut like whatever that is the they're like. I'm sure a hacker has that very well. Well paid hacker. Let's talk about anti massacres. They now are afraid of people who have been vaccinated. 'cause anti-massacre is an anti vaxxers. Basically a circle now a circle no longer than diagram. But now they like. There's some conflict there because now the anti massacres won a mask to stick. Keep free of the vaxxers germs again. Because they're so caught up on this modified aren a their their fundamental misunderstandings vaccines and even the technology of this specific one has sent them into this other world in which there are certain. They're like you know this is just you make you infertile and things like that so right. Now they're saying quote vaccinated will shed certain proteins onto the unvaccinated who will then suffer adverse effects as well which is the shedding will cause irregular menstruation infertility and miscarriages and again this is all part of like motivating some people to not get it and now influencers in the anti vaccine community are warning their fathers to social distance. Okay and on a livestream one of these Influential whatever conspiracy theorists was saying telling them imploring their viewers say to stay away from somebody. Who's had the shots forever. Because we don't know how long they can be a threat to us another Anti vaccine conspiracy theorists said he's a new york Pediatrician and conspiracy theorist you. Also while your pediatrician to be conspiracy theorist letting everyone know that he was saying that vaccinate people should quote have a badge on their arms. That say i've been vaccinated even though it's not a vaccine so that we know to avoid them on the street to not go near them anywhere in society and i'm like this is kind of cool. Yeah let's let them let them exclude them from us shed on you. You better back the fuck up there. Doing that thing that we like felt like we shouldn't be doing technically is like making them wear something to avoid them because they could still have covid. Nineteen like so. They're just doing that. That worked for us. As had the pretzel let them rain. Pretzel you gotta get into to make that work than something as simple as a viruses. Camacho nose and mouth so you should cover your nose and mouth. That's a real simple to me. The office depot rigmarole..

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Bill, Melinda Gates' split after 27 years of marriage

Week In Review

01:28 min | Last week

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.

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Fresh update on "melinda" discussed on WGN Programming

WGN Programming

01:09 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melinda" discussed on WGN Programming

"From his current divorce plans, has created donated most of his wealth to his foundation and has created that giving pledge were very other very wealthy to primarily tech entrepreneurs. But So forth of all signed on to this pledge. My question to you is who would you rather have? Distributing money and I weigh that helps people. The the government. Or someone as smart as Bill Gates. Etcetera. All those other text. Success story. Would you rather have them distributing the money in a way that would do the most good? Or would you rather have the politicians in Washington? Well, businesspeople, bureaucracy business people will will use that money in a way that will increase productivity. Yes, it'll increase their share value, but it'll also put people to work. S so I got to go with the business people, Terry. Yeah, but I'm talking about. I'm not even just hiring people in their businesses when they do philanthropic things. I think you would argue that you would rather have the Bill Gates Foundation Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Let's name it correctly. Passing out money in a way that does the most good in the sense that it helps people themselves rather than Congress. We're gonna take a quick break here. We're gonna come back with some more. We'll talk some more about that and take more calls in just a moment. John Williams has his opinions and you can share yours not Ryan's weekdays at nine a.m. right here on this'd your.

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Britney Spears Criticizes 'Hypocritical' Documentaries About Her Life

Ringer Dish

02:05 min | Last week

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

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Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Ending Marriage

Behind the Steel Curtain

00:16 sec | Last week

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

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Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Getting Divorced

Michael Berry

00:34 sec | Last week

Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Getting Divorced

Bill Gates and Melinda Gates Are Splitting up After 27 Years

Hard Factor

00:48 sec | Last week

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

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Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Getting Divorced

Tom and Curley

00:25 sec | Last week

Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Getting Divorced

"The couple revealing today they are ending their marriage after 27 years but will continue working together. Rather Seattle based foundation in share is seen its editor at large 1600 staffers in offices around the world and $5 billion annually being given away. It really remade the way that big philanthropy organizations work door Dash is paying to settle claims that

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Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Ending Marriage

Mark Levin

00:16 sec | Last week

Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Ending Marriage

"Bill and Melinda Gates calling it quits, ending their 27 year marriage, the Microsoft co founder and his wife Who launched the world's largest charitable foundations. They they will continue to work together at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. You can read their statement right now. A w m a l dot

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Bill and Melinda Gates Announce Decision to End Marriage

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | Last week

Bill and Melinda Gates Announce Decision to End Marriage

"They're divorcing Microsoft co founder and his wife who launched the world's largest charitable foundation. Saying they will continue to work together at the Bill and Mental Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in identical tweets. They said they had made the decision to end their 27 year marriage, and they asked for space and privacy for their family. Last year, Bill Gates said he was stepping down from Microsoft's board. Focus on philanthropy. It is 5

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Body of missing Ohio woman found in trunk of her car, investigators say

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Body of missing Ohio woman found in trunk of her car, investigators say

"Reported missing from Richland County was found in the trunk of a car on Columbus is Westside. Richland County Sheriff Steve Sheldon says the remains of 33 year old Melinda Davis were located in her car. On Sunday. The vehicle was brought back to Richmond County to be processed by Ohio BC I Melinda Davis's body was located in front of you. Local rich in county coroner's office, and Dr Burwell responded to the scene. Melinda Davis was transported Montgomery County for an autopsy. Davis was reported missing. February 27th. Her ex boyfriend, John Mack Jr. Was arrested on kidnapping charges. Shelton says more charges are expected to be filed against Mac used

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Women Are Reporting Worse Side Effects From the COVID-19 Vaccine

Jim Bohannon

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Women Are Reporting Worse Side Effects From the COVID-19 Vaccine

"New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and why women are reporting worse reactions to cope. Would vaccines that men there is actual research to support this. There's a CDC study that just came out that tracks the side effects that were reported to the institution about side effects and found 79% of the reports they got about side effects came from women, even though women on Lee accounted for 61% of the vaccines. Melinda winner Moyer on the worst side effects

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European Scientists Create First Light-Up Tattoos For You and Your Avocado

Kottke Ride Home

05:08 min | 2 months ago

European Scientists Create First Light-Up Tattoos For You and Your Avocado

"A team of scientists in europe have created what they say is the first light emitting tattoo using oh led based technology which is like the kind used in newer televisions and smartphones especially the folding kind. And well of course. This sounds totally awesome. If a bit frightening the team mostly propose practical uses like alerting an athlete when they're dehydrated or indicating when someone should get out of the sun to avoid getting a sunburn and tattoos for medical use are not unprecedented. I know a couple of people who have replaced their medical bracelets for conditions like diabetes with permanent tattoos on their wrists and radiation therapy often tattoos. Small black on cancer patients skin to use as reference marks for the machines and a handful of in the us tattooed kids with their blood types. During the cold war thinking it could facilitate blood transfusions in the case of a nuclear attack. And that's a real thing that happened. I'll put a link in the show notes if you want to read more about it and sort of grim as that sounds to our modern ears. There are still proposals around to people including children with their medical information. A team from rice university. A couple years ago developed fluorescent quantum dot tattoos that would only be visible through a custom smartphone app. At which time they would show a person's vaccination history something particularly crucial in hard hit rural areas. Where people sometimes don't have paper or digital vaccination records then no one's actually a pretty good idea even if it sounds a little big brother that the offset and unfortunately because of that. It's gotten pulled into a lot of covid nineteen vaccine conspiracy theories even though it's a tattoo not in any way an implant a microchip and not in any way related to the covid nineteen vaccines. It's being cited by conspiracy theorists as evidence that the covid nineteen vaccines are implanting tracking microchips into people. It doesn't help that. The original study was proposed by the bill and melinda gates foundation a lot of conspiracy theorists love to say that bill gates engineered the corona virus. Or something. I only bring all of that up in case you hear about it in relation to this vaccine history. Quantum dot tattoo study. So now you can. Debunk anyone spouting that false claim but anyways back to the light up. Oled tattoos in addition to some practical wellness related uses. The team also expects that they could be used for fashion purposes. Like having a light up tattoo or even fingernails and they could even go beyond humans to be used on produce. The tattoos could go on packaging or on the fruit or vegetable itself to identify when it's gone bad now. If you're imagining how impractical it would be to take a tattoo gun to a tomato. I should clarify that. These tattoos are applied more like a temporary tattoo is quoting university. College london the oled's are fabricated onto temporary tattoo paper and transferred to a new surface by being pressed onto it and dab with water and quotes now as gizmodo notes. Quote the idea of personally augmenting. One skin with glowing. Art isn't new either. But previously this has involved bio hackers implanting technologies like led's beneath the skin and the results don't have much practical use besides attention grabbing or inviting questions about why someone would do that to themselves. This new approach to light emitting. Tattoos is easier to apply more practical and temporary without requiring surgery to have it removed and quotes. So how does this one work well. The flexibility of the oled display is key so that it can move and bend along with the human or fruit skin beyond that quoting again from gizmodo. The electronics of the light emitting tattoos made from an extremely thin layer of electro luminescent polymer that glows when a charges applied measure in at just two point three micrometres thick which according to the researchers is about one third the diameter. A red blood cell. The polymer layer is then sandwiched between a pair of electrodes and sits atop insulating layer which is bonded to temporary tattoo paper printing process. That isn't prohibitively expensive. The tattoos can be easily washed off when no longer needed or wanted using soap and water with a current applied the led tattoos in their current form simply glue green but eventually could produce any color using the same rgb approach that oled screens. Us and quote won't professor franken says saline lead author on the study notes that they've demonstrated a proof of concept that d- tattoos can be made cheaply and at scale. There's still a number of kinks to work out. Like normal temporary tattoos these ones degrade pretty quickly especially when more on a moving human and they still need figure out how to integrate them with a battery or super capacitor in the lab. They're currently hooked up to an external power source so oily tattoos might not become into the public too quickly but the technology is there and it will probably happen before

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Millions of counterfeit N95 masks distributed to health care workers in the U.S.

Mark Levin

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Millions of counterfeit N95 masks distributed to health care workers in the U.S.

"D a. Melinda Katz is announcing the seizure of over 1.7 million counterfeit three Emma and 95 masks. They were not just defrauding the public. It was sold the hospitals where health care workers put their lives on the line. Every day. Authorities made the bust at a warehouse in Long Island City. The mask were allegedly ready for sale. The medical workers

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3 Ways To Improve Your Branding in 2021

The $100 MBA Show

03:49 min | 3 months ago

3 Ways To Improve Your Branding in 2021

"The branding is thrown around a lot and business and melinda people really fully comprehend it. You know what something you need to have an order but you're not really sure how it ties into your business your marketing your sales. This is common so on a simplify things and then share with you. The five things you can do this year to strengthen your brand branding simply what other people say about your business. How do people describe. Your business is your brand. For example nike is known for being motivational youthful. Go-getter all these things kind of mesh with the brand of nike. That's the message. He put out there the kind of product and business they run. It's also a very casual type of brand versus louis vitton. That's not a casual brand. That is not a motivational brand a luxury brand. It's not for everyone. In fact another luxury brand porsche had a very famous and the billboards on this magazine ads. That stated their brand in the simple sentence not something for everyone everything to someone again making it exclusive. so how can you form that message that branding. Well it's actually quite simple. There are three things you can just write down in a document right now. This is a great exercise to really solidify. What your business is. all about your branding. The first thing is what is your. Usps your unique selling proposition in one sentence. How is your business your product. Your service unique in stands out from the competition. One of the most famous ones domino's pizza. They had this For a very long time in the eighties and nineties. It's not their current one. But you could see what i mean. It was fresh delicious pizza in thirty minutes or less so in one sentence. I know exactly domino's is all about. It's about fresh pizza. The tastes good the delivered to my door quickly at the time. The competition didn't do delivery or their delivery was really slow. Quality varied that kind of stuff. So you need to write down your usb number two. How do you serve your customers. Howdy deliver your products or services. What experience do they have describe it. And then lastly and you can flip two and three if you wanted to. Who are your customers. Describe your target market people that you serve in as much detail as you can by having these three pieces of information you have a good understanding of the brand that you want to build these are the things you say about your company so in order for them to say that you have to practice what you preach. You have to put that out there. So how do we do that. Well these are the five tips. I want to give you tip number one. You're usp this has to be at the top of your homepage. This has been your headline. This has really be the first thing anybody sees so they understand why they should go with you. You don't have much time when somebody hits her website. They wanna know quickly. Why the stick around. Why should consider you. And if you can't grab them and hold their attention with your first communication. Which is the headline the headline. That's on the top of the page. Then they're just gonna leave and you're gonna lose them forever so tip number one very easy change the headline on your homepage to your usb. I know this sounds really simple. But i guarantee you many of you if you look at your website right now you don't have that remember. You wanna make your usb. Your headline is very very easy to understand. It's simple remember. We always say a confused mind. Never buys you don't want to confuse him. With a long winded sentence with commas and semi colons and hyphens. No keep it short if you have to take a breath say the sentence. It's tool

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Line 3 pipeline lawsuit fails, campaigners want Kansas City name change, and Dakota Access pipeline protests continue

Native America Calling

03:52 min | 3 months ago

Line 3 pipeline lawsuit fails, campaigners want Kansas City name change, and Dakota Access pipeline protests continue

"This is national native news. Tonia gonzales tribes and environmental organizations lost a legal battle to stop construction of the line. Three pipeline in northern minnesota. But their attorney says there are still some good options in the fight against the pipeline as melinda to whose reports monet naismith is a staff attorney with earthjustice. She is representing the red lake band of chippewas. The white earth band of ojibway the indigenous rights group honor the earth and the sierra club. In fighting the three hundred forty mile pipeline tributary third. The minnesota court of appeals rejected the request for a preliminary injunction to stop work on it and bridge. The canadian company building line three claims it is exempt from needing a new presidential permit to cross the us. Canadian border because the pipeline is considered a replacement project and it secured that permit decades ago. However naismith says it's an entirely new pipeline along an entirely new route so it really is a new project. In any case she said the us president can resend the permit at will like president biden. Just did for the keystone excel tar sands pipeline. A second option is to get the army corps of engineers to resend several permits. She argues the core granted illegally last november under the clean water act which allowed construction to start but the law is very clear that before issuing a permit under the clean water act and an evaluation under the national environmental policy act or niba that the army corps needed to look at the risk of spills from the pipeline and needed to look at how that risk of spills would affect local tribes and tribal resources and they did neither here in the line. Three earthjustice filed a lawsuit in federal district court in washington. Dc last december seeking to get the permits overturned naismith also filed for a preliminary injunction which would allow her clients to have their day in court. Melinda to who's national native news members of indigenous groups demonstrated outside the tampa bay. Buccaneers that stadium in florida sunday as football fans headed in for the super bowl. They held change the name signs calling on the visiting kansas city team to end. Its use of native names and is a leash. Norris with the group. Florida indigenous rights and equality says much of the day was spent educating the public about indigenous people. Rethought we have to at least go stand and educate and make a statement that it's not okay to objectify and dehumanize indigenous people of our land inc. we're building awareness for sure and It's i think it's just interaction at a time so we've had a couple of positive interactions and then some that are not so positive but i think at any any type of interaction is a step in the right direction to create a shift and as soon as you turn the light on and bring awareness to something People have to think about it even if they don't want to and they're mad about it they still have to think about it so i think for that. We are building awareness in harboring is an education to this area on this issue members from the group not in our honor based in the kansas city area traveled to tampa to join the demonstration. Planes were also rented which flu around tampa over the weekend. With change the name banners the standing rock youth council is hosting a run to call on president biden to shut down the dakota access pipeline young people from the standing rock and cheyenne river sioux nations. Plan to run to the site of the no dapple resistance counts for years ago in north dakota. The run to the cannonball river is scheduled to begin on tuesday. I'm antonio

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Bill and Melinda Gates Release 2021 Annual Letter

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Bill and Melinda Gates Release 2021 Annual Letter

"Bill Gates says the time is now to prepare for the next global pandemic. His foundation is calling for a costly warlike preparation effort. More from comas. Corwin take when covert 19 arrived in the U. S. A year ago, Bill Gates had already been warning about a global pandemic for years. We're not ready for the next epidemic. He sounded the alarm and a now famous 2015 10 talk queen to do simulations. Term games, not war games. Now in its newly released annual letter, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is urging the world to prepare for the next global health threat as though it were going to war. The gates is say stopping the next pandemic will require military style readiness costing tens of billions of dollars a year. But they say that's a minor expanse compared to the current pandemics. Global cost, which they say is already $28 trillion.

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Melinda Gates discusses annual letter from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Melinda Gates discusses annual letter from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

"Bill Gates predicted the current pandemic. Now he and Melinda Gates are calling for a global effort costing billions of dollars a year to prepare for the next one. Let's learn more about that from Cuomo's Corwin Hate in the newly released annual letter from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation the gates and say it is not too soon to start thinking about the next pandemic. And how to mobilize the world's resource is against it. Bill Gates has more than a little credibility on this point, thanks to his Ted talk more than five years ago that warned a pandemic was coming and that the world was unprepared. He then called for the creation of military style strike forces to mobilize against any nation health threats. We need a medic reserve Corps. Lots of people have got the training and background who are ready to go with the expertise and then we need to pair those medical people with the military. Taking advantage of the military's ability to move fast to logistics and secure areas. Now the Gateses are renewing the call for this kind of preparedness, noting it will likely cost billions of dollars a year. The gates is say they like everyone want to return to normal, But one thing they hope never returns is quote our complacency about

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"melinda" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"melinda" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"But don't add me unless you got something to say. Hey guys welcome back to the show. Melinda hill is with us Let's talk about what she's got going on here before we give this. You gotta stand up special. That people can get that was done by comedy dynamics who are amazing Tell people how they can get it. We know it was great and and it was just voted on a best of twenty twenty the album on twenty twenty list. Please tell us about it thank you. Yeah it's it's it's my first comedy special. I'm really proud of it. I'm so happy. Abby putting something out has something light and find offer during the pandemic and you can get it at melinda hill dot com appropriate right. Yeah and it's it's called melinda hill inappropriate and it out on as album and as a comedy special and as an audible book. Podcasters it called. Let's process this. Yeah it's called. Let's process this with melinda hill. And jon we talk about the creative process and also like healing and processing trauma and how that informs the creative process so people talk about like you know something. They went through overcame obstacles in how they turned it into creative treasurer like a tv show or movie or their stand up actor. Whenever i always feel like that's the there is a moment where something now we're like are receptors are up but when we were younger like something bad would happen and i'd be so mad and start telling someone the story and they'd be laughing and i'm like no i'm angry. I'm like no no no. This is really funny. And then you kind of start to say okay. This thing that i was like so emotional about the good thing is that you are emotional that it actually dug deep down inside of you to pull out a real emotion the moment and then our abilities all of us are hopefully to lay that out and say okay. How can we make this funny. And usually you're at the center of it in the butt of the joke but like it allows other people to deal with their own stuff. It's a it's a great idea for podcast. Thank you so much. i'm. I'm really enjoying doing it. And it's connected me to people all over the world as you know podcasting and also it's. It's getting me to watch other people's work and stuff you but it's just fascinating hearing how exactly as you say. People are taking their experiences experiences in turning them into this catharsis for themselves not only healing cells but healing countless others. That is our our unique gift you know as artists that we can that we can do that and so it's like even though something awful is happening you know we we are always like thinking and then that's what we try to do with this show too like the stupidity that exists in the world. We're like okay that can just exist but we hope that we can put some sort of a funny spin on it so that we can create something out of it you know. It's almost like taking a piece of trash and then turning it into or origami or a dummy found art that you guys are doing thank you all right so now when we last last our last thing we had was. How long do you think usually waited in the house. She probably called rawson russell from the house to get on the radio. Show up so are guesses for how long she stayed in the house while hoping the kangaroo would leave ten minutes ten minutes ten minutes nye said one hour and i said six hours and it got weird. She stayed inside with these strangers in their home waiting for animal that had already jumped through vents and attacked her. Yeah she stayed inside four twenty minutes. I'll say.

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"melinda" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

06:40 min | 6 months ago

"melinda" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"You can be followed on instagram at melinda hill at malindi hill at sorry at real melinda hill fig. Melinda hill has instagram so glad you added real to. Oh i know i wanna do plug your podcast again which is called. Let's process this. A i am grateful for the love of my dog crazy. I'm grateful for the love of your dog. Because what is sweetie. But i'm also grateful that we finally did this podcast. We were talking about this for like two years three years. So i am so that brings me to my next gratitude. Grateful for timing. Because i think projects have timing relationships timing in podcasts. Timing couldn't agree more. I'm grateful for the use of my arms and legs. That's a good one. I am grateful that. I got to see all of your awesome wooden furniture today. That is so inspiring. I can't even believe you made this. Thank you and it's beautiful and inspired me to get clean modern pieces and create that clean modern five and i also. I'm grateful that you inspired me to racer. A am grateful for a well written book. That transports me to a place where i can experience something i would. Otherwise never experience highlife books. I am grateful that i'm writing a book And it makes me happy To have things to share in also love writing. I am grateful for the sport of hockey. And all it it embodies the speed of it. The grace of it the physicality of it the camaraderie and the combination play defense which to me is a really fun. Combination of geometry psychology. I am grateful for long walks and that my friend asked me to go to the beach today. Which beaching gonna go to. I guess manhattan beach which i've never been to. You've never been to manhattan. Typically go to mallow bill or santa monica. i am grateful for fall days when it's still sunny out. But the high temperatures around sixty five or seventy. I am grateful that i got married with a giant engagement ring. That's fake it's fake. I'm grateful for a perfectly tuned guitar. That just sounds like a bell when you hit a note in. It's so clear. And it's just kind of china me. I am grateful that you just inspired me to take up guitar lessons. Which i've been wanting to do since college. I do have a good tar. There are so many great resources on youtube to learn guitar. I will go on there to learn songs that i can't figure out and so many great guitar teachers online great lynch. I'm grateful for the listeners. Who have hung in. This is probably gonna sound incredibly self deprecating but it truly is what i think and feel a lot of times we have hung in through the so so episodes of the podcast. And which ones so-so in my mind are so so moments in everything that i do. It's not my guests. It's it's like the things that i dude talk. Too much about myself was too harsh on somebody. Did i overlook some truth. Because i was afraid of being disliked or coming across is critical on and on you know is is a comedian that part of our brain. That dissection criticizes things so we can turn it into. Laughs is also there in our daily lives telling us this is wrong. This is wrong you know. I know you know what i've been trying to do. And i'm grateful for this is a day at a time. Trying to abstain from shame. Show hard going. I should have shooting all over myself. I'm trying to abstain from. It should look like this. I should have done that. I should have said more. I should have said less and trying to just try that my intention it has been received and what i did was enough. It is so challenging. Show challenging gimme a gratitude. I'm grateful. I'm grateful that i have my podcast because it is connecting me during kovin when it's been so lonely and isolated it has been a way to connect with others And i got to talk to you to get to so many great people and and n it's also healing my perfectionism because it's not a perfect podcast at the sound is weird. It's on ninety life. It cuts out sporadically and that's allowing me to do something imperfectly and to let it be about connection and not isolating mile. I think that's a great one to the end. Belinda thanks. I'm so glad we finally got to do this. And people want to know more about you. They can go to melinda hill dot com and Find it all their thinks. Tol thank you. What a sweetheart. And i mean that in the most condescending way humanly possible what a what. A nice conversation is nice to finally get to meet her. We are sponsored today by ancestry dna. And i'm a fan of their tree. Research in dna testing i used before they ever became a sponsor and found out a lot of really cool stuff about.

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"melinda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"melinda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Melinda and she rode three has a goal and Melinda very well happy afternoon Hey ed when I got a bone to pick with the all you know on the radio but mark I don't know if you've seen this picture but a friend of mine email me a picture yesterday afternoon at approximately three thirty from Barton springs pool and it took a snapshot which is probably gets a loft but the person in that snapshot look like Melinda branch mark I contend that our teammate was at Barton today on the first day of opening and not on the show I rest my case the sun burn probably gave me a way to hahaha see I'm a I'm an investigative reporter I'm an investigative reporter but I'm glad you're back now thank you well in Texas is definitely the focus of many national news stories today about our spike in corona virus cases hospitalizations have hit an all time high you look at the Washington post CNN the hill dot com Texas Tribune statesman dot com they're all focused in on what they say is a rising number of coronavirus cases since governor Abbott started reopening Texas has been a saying of course they're blaming it on re opening a taxes what's it what I think is important is yes we may have an up tick in cases we all knew that was coming the more testing is being done and also I think it's kind of encouraging because that means more people are getting out and about when you also see that up to taking cases yes but I think it's also very important while we are seeing more people being hospitalized we still are no where near overwhelming our hospitals with this so I don't think it's as a sign to say up put the brakes on and we've got to stop everything and start going backwards again yeah in all of these stories said I started looking to try to find out okay what percentage of our hospital beds are filled with corona virus patients what kind of room do we have to work with here and it was really hard to find so I decided I'll just go to the state of Texas official website in the health department and we've got about two thousand people in hospitals in the entire state right now being treated for the corona virus just a little over two thousand we have thirteen thousand six hundred forty five open hospital beds ready for other corona virus patients had to dig deep for that information all right there on the Texas website I did yes but I couldn't find it anywhere in the Washington post to the hill dot com what about here in Austin we have ninety three in the hospital right now we have six hundred and sixty open beds that are dedicated to corona virus patients just in Austin well it goes to show that they're not interested in putting this in context it is a headline it is to grab your attention and say oh we told you you shouldn't have opened up you should be scared don't go back to that job is calling you back don't do this but when you put it in context it's what the governor has been saying all along his long as we're not going to overwhelm our health care system there's no reason to keep the economy here in Texas shut down I would I would echo that Melinda unless there's a used spike in hospitalizations I think you're right nothing as we continue open they're going to be more people get sick but I think this is a wake up call to choose also to people who are over sixty five who are vulnerable to say Hey you gotta be careful got to be careful where you go who you see and if you wouldn't want to wear that facemask or not but yeah this is this a bunch of numbers and it's it's it's a scary deal because when you think of a call within the hostile you think a death and a lot of times that doesn't happen but you can get in here and join us with your thoughts call or text is five one two eight three six zero five ninety can hit us up on Twitter as well at mark Melinda in ed they're having the hearing in Washington DC and a house committee on the police and the package of reforms they've been taking testimony Cleveland pastor Darrell Scott is an ally of president trump he was called to testify today at that house committee hearing and he specifically wanted to talk about these calls to defund the police dismantle police departments the prospect of deep funding N. or dismantling police forces across the country is one of the most Weiss irresponsible proposals by American politicians in our nation's history and makes absolutely no sense at all at least to me he said to you do this and you will leave good honest hard working citizens at the mercy of criminals mmhm I remark we need to have hearings we need to talk about police tactics and training I think it was Melinda sent me the story about Bernard Sanders Bernie Sanders says no don't shut down the police department different police departments I think it goes back to training and techniques for me mark that's what it goes back to well in it we spoke with a can Cassidy of the Austin police association he's the president there and avoid it if you ever he said and I also saw a report out of Dallas so they were having this discussion there with their city council that about eighty to ninety percent of the budget is for personnel so when you start to take money away from the police guess what that does that decreases the number of police officers whether they have to fire them or whether they walk away because they're going to have a pay cut and that that of course means what for it just a normal citizen that needs the police it's going to take a longer to get there if they have someone available former Austin police chief and now Houston police chief art Acevedo was also testifying before Congress today he agrees with pastor Scott when it comes to cutting the budget for police or dismantling police departments he says don't go down that path it'll be a disaster history has shown that underfunding the police can have disastrous consequences.

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"melinda" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"melinda" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Hi it's great to have a great to be here thank you thank you thank you Melinda so I heard the president and I thought I heard him say in his address to the nation a couple nights ago but but I certainly heard him say when he was having his little round table with the insurance company executives and brought the news media in that he he had directed the insurance industry or they had volunteered or whatever to cover almost all the costs no no no copays no deductibles for coronavirus testing and treatment is that the case did I hear that right well that is what what did come out of his mouth and yet that does seem to be mis characterization of what our for profit insurance system is willing to do we immediately after word that a lobbyist from the largest health insurance lobby made clear that they had pretended that they had agreed to testing but not to waive copays and deductibles for treatment and and so that was you know they were contradicting him or the mis characterization and you know I think it's really just laid bare just look at just how greedy are for profit health insurance health suppose that healthcare system is that they are continuing to make clear that they intend to profit off of coronaviruses treatment in the middle of a pandemic well the distinction that I think that it people who are opposed to Medicare for all keep missing and I'm baffled as to why particularly you know the Democrats who opposed to Medicare for all I keep missing this is that the health insurance industry it you know to call it the health insurance industry is a misnomer these are not people of any credentials with regard to health these are bankers you know they're they're they're taking enormous amounts of money they're scamming ten twenty thirty percent off the top and put in their own pockets the farmers the last two CEOs of United healthcare the first one bill acquired took one point six billion dollars in total compensation Stephen Helms I followed him and took off I believe was over a hundred million dollars in compensation these guys are getting and and there's over a hundred people working at health care make over a million dollars a year these guys are getting rich and all they do is pay our bills they just write checks the bankers they're not health people or my missing something that is exactly right and in fact their their business model is to take an obviously more in premiums and they pay out in services for services so there is enormous incentive to deny care in our for profit helped suppose that healthcare system and what we know what that means is that one fully one third of our in healthcare dollars so you know we spend double what most other countries are compatible countries spend on health care and our outcomes are dead last in almost every indicator well that's because of a fully one third of what we spend goes into CEO pay goes into profit and profits for shareholders etcetera when you really think about it the idea that anyone would earn a profit over healthcare and basic health care and now lead even more bear in the context of this public health emergency is an outrage and I think I think it's starting to I think what we're seeing is that even those who have been opposed to Medicare for all do find themselves realizing that we do need that in the context of the corona virus because this isn't it health care should be a human right but also if your neighbors don't have access to testing and treatment and vaccine when they become available that means that we are in a much more dangerous position than other peer countries and and being able to combat this pandemic yeah absolutely so essentially and and and this is I think probably the most shocking part of this and and I was surprised this morning looking at the news reporting on this and nobody was pointing this out essentially what the health insurance industry just said to the American public is that at because I I because there's very very few people who have you know no copays no deductibles you know there's there's very few I I'm guessing probably fewer than five percent of Americans have policies that have no copays no deductibles so basically what the health insurance industry said to the American public was if you think you might have the corona virus and if you can't afford that yeah you know.

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"melinda" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"We are seeing a lot of the symptoms. How do you get to the root of the problem? I think you listen, you listen to women and you hear what they're telling you. And you hear the cacophony of voices when they say to this isn't working you collect the data, and you decide to create change set goals and make things happen. Hey, everybody. Welcome to geekwire. It's Todd Bishop Nonaka Nicklesberg our guest on today's show is Melinda gates. That's right. We had the opportunity to sit down with Melinda. Last week for a really interesting discussion about her new book the moment of lift the book is about empowering women and changing the world. And it was a fascinating conversation that not only touched on Melinda gates his work in global health. But also had a lot of relevant insights and guidance for people in business and technology here in the United States. Yeah, she talks about some really important themes. But she does it in a really accessible way where it's told you the stories of these women she's met all over the world through her work with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and her own personal story. So you get some really revealing insights into what her life has been like as this powerhouse and married to Bill Gates. She is a force in her own, right. She went to Duke University earned bachelor's degrees in computer, science and economics and a master's degree in business and then worked at Microsoft for nearly. Decade. It's a fascinating book. We hope you enjoy the conversation. And we'll be back at the end to share some of our own thoughts on the book and sheriff a fun highlight from the final stop on. Melinda. Gates, his book tour in Seattle with that. Let's jump into our conversation with Melinda gates. Fuck them to geekwire. Melinda. Gates. Thank you so much for being here. Bigs for happy me. So we are here to talk about your new book the moment of lift and this book is really about how if you in power women throughout the world. Then you lift up everyone, you tell that story through all of these incredible women and their experiences, including your own. So if you could draw a line connecting each of them, what would it be? It would be that. We so often don't look at the issues that women face in societies societies all over the world these barriers, and if we would recognize the barriers which I write chapter after chapter in the book, if we'd recognize the bears in lift them this those barriers and then we invest in women than women invest. And everybody else, and it changes our societies all over the world. And some of those barriers happen in the workplace particularly intact where you got your start. I I really identified with the portion of the book when you talked about the the early culture at Microsoft, and how you struggled with the brashness and how aggressive and competitive it was and this is still a persistent problem in tech. So I'm curious what advice you would give to other women on how they can be courageous enough to be themselves and be vulnerable. When oftentimes they're the only woman in the room. Yeah. I think we have to start a little bit with how to tech get the way it is. Because when in the late nineteen eighty s when I was in computer science, we were on our way up computer science degrees. Held by women. We were graduating at a rate of about thirty seven percent..

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"melinda" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on Women in Business

"We don't think about when you have a team working on a project, and it comes to fruition. And you can look at the end. And no you've achieved this that together. Each person is brought their component and made this work, and you can look at this. If it's a PR campaign, if it's the project for a client, and you can see the happiness that you brought to yourself personally and fulfillment into the client. So wonderful feeling if you look at a play everybody, there's so many moving parts each person bringing their own has a sensible film. It that creates the ultimate end result. Which is the performance which then creates the next result, which is the appreciation of the audience. We've started lost that sense of tangible and intangible success tangible is I gave you a service. You gave me a cheque intangible is I gave you a smile, and you gave me one back. Wow. Yeah. That's really true. You know? I I like that. I like that comparison. That's very good. No, what has your biggest disappointment taught news? Oh, I had a year, right? Literally had everything sort of implode and had to rethink the entire future. And could have been very sad about it. Instead just sat there and thought well young not thrilled about this. And it hurt. And then had to ask myself. What was I doing? And why was I do it was I doing it because I wanted to do it was I doing it because it made me happy or was I dealing it. Because I had always done it. And there was a time that made perfect sense. But it didn't make that that sense anymore. And now that sorta helped me get to the next place. It was it's very scary to ask yourself. What do you really wanna do? Yeah. That's that's one of my big question that the people what you want out of life. Want your life to look like what do you want your date of life? You know? And is what you're doing is all the actions that you're taking a does that really have anything to do with where you wanna go in life? Sometimes we do things because we we're just used to doing them by rote. Sometimes we do it. Because other people pressure us to do it. Or we think while we're supposed to do that. But does it really have anything to do with where we want to go? So how how are you operating in business now Melinda? What is it that you do what does your day? Look like. Oh, my day is quite delightful and entertaining and amusing in full. Because with you wear many hats each of us worse many hats. So I still have aspects of by traditional business that are ongoing continuing. And I've accepted that I'm shifting the focus of that. And then in terms of writing I'm enjoying that tremendously and then working with others. And then moving into speaking, it makes for very a very full day of dreaming rationing that in top of that. No man is an island. You have your social media to tend to you have business things. So dress you have your own, you know, advertising or promotion, so the traits from a traditional business life.

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"melinda" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on Women in Business

"We don't think about when you have a team working on a project, and it comes to fruition. And you can look at the end. And no you've achieved this that together. Each person is brought their component and made this work, and you can look at this. If it's a PR campaign, if it's the project for a client, and you can see the happiness that you brought to yourself personally and fulfillment into the client. So wonderful feeling if you look at a play everybody, there's so many moving parts each person bringing their own has a sensible film. It that creates the ultimate end result. Which is the performance which then creates the next result, which is the appreciation of the audience. We've started lost that sense of tangible and intangible success tangible is I gave you a service. You gave me a cheque intangible is I gave you a smile, and you gave me one back. Wow. Yeah. That's really true. You know? I I like that. I like that comparison. That's very good. No, what has your biggest disappointment taught news? Oh, I had a year, right? Literally had everything sort of implode and had to rethink the entire future. And could have been very sad about it. Instead just sat there and thought well young not thrilled about this. And it hurt. And then had to ask myself. What was I doing? And why was I do it was I doing it because I wanted to do it was I doing it because it made me happy or was I dealing it. Because I had always done it. And there was a time that made perfect sense. But it didn't make that that sense anymore. And now that sorta helped me get to the next place. It was it's very scary to ask yourself. What do you really wanna do? Yeah. That's that's one of my big question that the people what you want out of life. Want your life to look like what do you want your date of life? You know? And is what you're doing is all the actions that you're taking a does that really have anything to do with where you wanna go in life? Sometimes we do things because we we're just used to doing them by rote. Sometimes we do it. Because other people pressure us to do it. Or we think while we're supposed to do that. But does it really have anything to do with where we want to go? So how how are you operating in business now Melinda? What is it that you do what does your day? Look like. Oh, my day is quite delightful and entertaining and amusing in full. Because with you wear many hats each of us worse many hats. So I still have aspects of by traditional business that are ongoing continuing. And I've accepted that I'm shifting the focus of that. And then in terms of writing I'm enjoying that tremendously and then working with others. And then moving into speaking, it makes for very a very full day of dreaming rationing that in top of that. No man is an island. You have your social media to tend to you have business things. So dress you have your own, you know, advertising or promotion, so the traits from a traditional business life.

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"melinda" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on Women in Business

"Do it much easier to think that the person at the front of the room is just boring, and they don't know what they're talking about. But of course, I paint money to be here. I'm spending my time to be here. I I've chosen this. So what's missing and the missing has to be within me. And one of the things I feel I know I do, and I would be willing to bet. A lot of other people do is worse. So smart, we're stupid. I love that. You're right. But I am so busy having all the answers that you're giving me pearls of wisdom, and I'm so busy having all the answers. I'm not taking any of them in. The India where I've learned nothing, and I could have learned everything. So what do you think you're a ha moment was when it all it is kinda click for you. I would say. I was say letting go of what I thought I needed to do an accepting that maybe I was going in the right direction, but needed to make a few changes, and I feel sometimes we get so caught up that we're gonna take this one path. That we don't realize that we moved like a street over we could sail through the traffic, but we are so fixated on this one route we don't understand how we limit ourselves. And I'm in Los Angeles. I use the traffic announced a because we get so caught up that this is the only way to get there. But there are a million ways to get anywhere. It's knowing where you want to end up. That's what's important. So, you know, I guess you know, what you're saying is is absolutely true. Because we do get caught up within our own our own messages, our own hangups, our own, you know, whatever has gone to our paths and so forth. And so that is a part of everything. But you know, it's it's really interesting. What you're saying about you're so caught up in your own messages that you don't always hear what other people are saying. So when people work with you, Melinda. What are some of the things that they're they're trying to find out? I often think we all know what we really want to do. But we're sometimes not able to say it. And sometimes having someone say, yeah, you should do that or giving. You permission. Often, you know, talking with someone and we'll go through a series of questions, and and then I'll just repeat back what they've said. And they know their answer. But they just weren't sure. They could do it or should do it. Or would be okay to do it. And the one finding that situation. Then what are you find our people's biggest hang up? I think we all our biggest hang up for all of us is fear and fear of change in fear of being wrong. It's I heard someone earlier today just recently talking about how the way our educational system is all about the correct answer. But yes, I think most people would agree. The best learning happens when you make a mistake and all everything breaks loose. True that true. I mean, there's no question that we all seem to be in a situation where we we. We think there's only one way to do it. And there's so many different ways to do it. And. Yeah. Go ahead. I was going to say and even in business, or in volunteer capacity, sometimes the best discoveries. The best esprit de corps comes when everything's just fallen apart. And you look at one another and go, well, we have twenty four hours to make this work. And sometimes that will be the impetus to get people inspired and create that team. You haven't been able to make gel or you know, it's the famous little rascals, you know, moment where I have a piano in. My uncle has a barn and we'll put on a play. And it comes together we all had the other moments. But I found most of the time it brings out the best in one another. Will you often fade that the idea of success is multidimensional? Oh, yes. You mean by that? I feel that we have gotten so caught up with does it have a financial number to it. And that is definitely one marker of success. But there are so many other different levels..

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"melinda" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"I think you grow into a name over time. It's taken me quite some time, honestly. I mean, this physician by luck. No. Other reason I fell in love with Bill. He fell in love with me. We decided to get married. Then you say, okay, if you're in this position, you have to do something for the women that you've met. I have met women so many women who feel that they are voiceless voiceless in their communities. Sometimes in their families, they certainly voice us on the global stage. And so I just have decided that at some point I would have to step into this name into this roll and give them voice and too. That's how I think about it. And that's what I do. Almost no matter what room I walk into these days. From ABC. It's no limits. I'm Rebecca Jarvis in each week. We're talking to the most bold and influential women laying at the top of their game, trying to demystify success and what it really takes to get there in all the trade-offs, whether you're looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story. You're in the right place. My guest today is known around the world is someone who's dedicated her life to improving the human condition Radicati poverty and promoting the rights of marginalized people. Melinda gates grew up in Texas back then she was known as Melinda French as a teen. She was on the highschool drill team. She learned to code on her family's computer and apple three. And she pursued that love in college studying computer science and business. After graduation, she found a job at a little startup. All Microsoft today. She's a mother, a wife, the creator of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a philanthropist and the founder of pivotal ventures. She spends her time measurably making the world, a better place. Here is the incomparable Melinda gates, Melinda gates, welcome to no limits. Thanks for having me, Rebecca. I'm thrilled to have you here with us, and we're going to get into the work you're doing to invest in women's. Businesses, but I wanna start with your back story. So you grew up in Dallas, Texas, right? One of four kids, man. Your father was an aerospace engineer that worked on the Apollo missions. How much did you recognize at the time growing up an interest in stem in technology and mathematics? Well, I don't think it was really until I got to eighth grade that I realized I enjoyed math so much, and then it was in high school when I really started to say, wow, you know, I had a teacher who really believed girls being good in math. She was my math teacher, but she saw these computers at a convention. She went to. She came back to the high school and said to the principal, who is none. We've to get a few of these for the girls to learn to code and it was when I started coating on that computer back, then it was an apple two computer that I said, wow, I really love this. And what was it about it that you loved? I think I've always enjoyed puzzles and I think. The idea that you can solve something and use your mind and you don't really know where you're going. You're in the middle of it and it's actually kind of confusing. But you know, there's going to be an product, and I think the other thing I liked about it is that I think one thing that a lot of people don't understand is that it's very creative to code. You're creating something new in and you come up with your own solutions. Not everybody solution is the same. So I loved the mix of the math side of my mind with the creative side. I just absolutely loved it..

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"melinda" Discussed on Studio 1.0

Studio 1.0

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on Studio 1.0

"Hello this is emily chang and you're listening to bloomberg studio one point out the next episode is one of my favorites and one that involved a lot of barbecue and a lot of music our production team traveled to austin texas to attend the annual south by southwest festival and interview melinda gates actually she grew up into french in dallas texas young girl who loved computers in nine hundred seven she landed her first job at a newly public company called microsoft where she met the man who would later become her husband co founder bill gates over the last three decades bill and melinda gates have become two of the world's most prolific philanthropists now melinda is focusing on investing her money and her might on empowering women everywhere especially in technology here's my conversation with melinda gates cofounder of the bill and melinda gates foundation you were born in dallas the second of four children and i'm curious what it was like growing up melinda french i was very lucky because my parents told all four of us you will be college going and we think that's important and they explained why because of the opportunities and they said not only that even though we could tell it wasn't going to be easy for my parents to put us through college we will figure out a way as a family and so they said to me you can choose any college in the nation that you can get into and we'll figure out a way to pay for it your father was an aerospace engineer you also studied computers how did you discover computers as a young girl yes so i was fortunate so i went to an all girls catholic high school and one of the teachers there the math teacher who i really admire admired lot and worked with a lot she went to conference and she saw these apple twos had just come out and she was so excited about.

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"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

The Osbournes Podcast

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

"Yeah i bet you i'm sorry he said it would dog that i necessarily have decided to bring to england with doug this show don johnson writes tallow book and includes the story of the time he sat exa shocked shit shatti osborne from from la to london t now shit phone i was just looking all my working woman sounds like a prostitute over member cut his force he stood on something hanger i was asleep and sharon in bed with kelly plot everywhere things like melinda melinda i've cut my foot and i get up out of bed i'm like what's happened him and he went fucking nineties that's blood melinda that's blood everywhere it's on the flow it's on the walls it's everywhere and of course he's matic help it off and he had a bit of a psycho attack but in a lot of offing at my pain i probably was stowed he we go so high that he stepped on the the wire coat hanger that stabbed him in his heel and it did let painful i will give you that that wasn't a blood but it was the way he would everywhere leading lobby you knew it fucking mutt like you'd cut an artery literally and it did look like he'd cut an artery there was a lot of blood but seriously the dramatics to a low level hello my lesson whenever i get hurt now telling you one just like tabah somewhere but me and melinda moment around up what ching a movie and we were like oh 'cause it was just off that big fight it was that same trip mom and dad were away because jack was actually behaving himself because he go roy abolishing and then we were in finding getting some sleep watching tv.

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"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

The Osbournes Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

"Sharon's person and i said it's lovely to meet you but i had shit old on the front of me i was trying to cover it up with my possible which is tiny just holding it in front of life that would cover the ship had the body language of somebody that was at a straight jacket and she couldn't have straight straightjacket but they go off the plane and into the car that took his to the terminal we were going melinda's like he's not gonna shit again it's i said no there's nothing left the car had white leather in the white lead over you dying that that's the kind of stress that causes my master flare up like that that's the stress put me in a wheelchair like i couldn't fuck in handle that my mind usually i have my wipes with me i'd run out oh my distinction of the lead sweat shut off and stands in strength singlet top underneath sweat and teasha to clean up the shit and i'm standing that dying i hate this story so much not as much as me we sat next to me don't johnson said i smell of shit because he he was looking at me oh my god this is like the worst thank of shit put the plankton the been poured it in the bid and his me in the boss of the aircraft trying to listening to shower trying to stuff a fucking blanket into the tiny trash cat seriously was finest hour going to hell i know all don johnson he had was perspiring smelt so much.

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"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

The Osbournes Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

"But you like an a piece of paper that says this person went to college and technically kelly when you make a baby you still still don't really see where it comes from discussing journal a meme fringes women go discuss what do we do then so big mouth that call to show so funny is this cartoon on netflix sco big mouth that is the funniest thing ever any mom do you know really needed wait conversation without you mom do you do you like watching the old episodes the osbournes i've never really i never do so it's like when i see it's like nice to say it but it's like i it's not like i'll plan to watch ever i don't it's funny because watching the old when i've seen it actually runs of how much fun we had it was a lot of fun like back then that time period it was it was a major experience where we went harim going into the flats zone afternoon market thing when beverly hills idiot kid comes up to me and goes kind of have a photo of aren't gonna i'm going while while she she want wanna to part over sunny rio can farmers to connect while you're she wanted to so so a and tv show yeah everybody wanting i was client somewhat oblivious to have publicly suddenly became then he's still melinda did you feel off the the osbournes 'cause you off to season one you still on any.

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"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

The Osbournes Podcast

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

"The clips we're gonna watch relate to the story you just told melinda of me disappearing that halloween night so his his later trim hot hoodie that was a really comfy hoodie and very warm limit twenty with twenty that he was dead in the middle of subset all of wood very cool but it's just that he's got caught doing something wrong and he's pissed off at me because i told sharon green most the most the prime tonight discretion it's yours responsibility melinda i'm stressed out ended good this challenge wow what be like the high for teams yourself and you absolutely lovely hurry therapy and then what else we got another call to moment when you went just so childish you go ready english about right you are a child saying something's childish i know this is hilarious say melinda it was childish calling us yes oh my did you notice covers school cohen that i for breeze that melinda so his dad kohl's and attempts to manage the situation i'm using air quotes let me go do things good straight face nicely depth come on stuff shut arrested i'm sorry how this time ago as intent on just just apologize like i'm really saif emotionally hiding you believe using you come mushy i was no no nope look at work she's told me about his everyone else or or long time you know.

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"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

The Osbournes Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

"He the pleasure and harm didn't looked crappo home and you know what i had to fly all waiting i feel i feel less sorry for you than i do for the other patrons of that flight i'm sorry because here's the thing that's yoga is full you decided as i had nothing to do with it i was only to help but you didn't have to go you only help coho would you sort of like often from a refugee can i go home honesty and i couldn't believe any authorship eleven melinda as well and the best part of it was on the plane don't just get to sing a foggy the so this happened in first cost so people paid like ten thousand dollars to smell sharon and ozzie's dogs shit yeah but you guys should even nosy because shot all over pull kellyanne melinda while they sat there in kashmir and diamonds like nothing had on laughing at us silence nope saying what and funny you should mention melinda because melinda's here to be here with you will hi melinda melinda sigler tell your kids one day you know working with the other one was such an experience david doug on do you know what that was a point there what i just said to shower and get yourself a new assistant icon cope anymore the shit not only did it stink i was out at the toes wearing my favorite travel sweater and it was from my neck down to my wife diarrhea actually was like.

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"melinda" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

Nacht Beauty

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

"Gama let's see him to wieting wa moves idea high honeys get excited about this fun episode and ashby with melinda lee home who is the coolest woman you've ever known can i just say at one point in this episode she says that she's forty and i watched a both my producer and engineers jaws go agape because this woman looks like she's a high skull and then when she kiss my cheek goodbye i felt the solve the skin i've ever felt against my face and i said wow it's all working so i say listen to what she has to say you're going to be very excited by it these are some things that we haven't talked about yet on natche butte beauty and selfcare covers all realms and blend had so many cool things to share with us and i i'm so excited to share them with you now i will say we do get into makeup at the end just from a makeup on is who weren't isn't crystals in here in about things like that so we do get to make up so dull worry there's something for everybody this episode okay so i want everybody to just breathe in breathe out lax and enjoy this which he episode of natche butte okay i forgot one thing just so we all remember it's my birthday month right so i've asked you to do some items our views thank you for that i ask your follow me on instagram at jugie michelle johnson with one aol thank you for that what is left for me to ask of you you think well here's what my birthday is very soon is coming up very soon if you're listening to this podcast i would love if all the honeys out there had one vegan meal just for me as a birthday gift just you know tab one meal a compassionate meal with you your friends by yourself whatever but just have one meal vegan and think a your girl jackie jane into and wishes happy birthday.

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"melinda" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"melinda" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"In this episode of boss violence of us doesn't keep up its funding for foreign aid or other countries don't we will fall back billionaire philanthropist melinda gates she and her husband bill wanted to make sure the world is tracking global progress on solving some some of of them the biggest issue from a radical wing poverty child mortality and maternal death vilnai believe in equality we believe that all lives no matter where you're born on this planet have equal value they've launched the annual bold hebrew more from now until 2030 tracked track them the progress we're making on achieving the un sustainable development goals so what sparked this and what is there hope i sat down with melinda gates in new york to ask her here's my conversation with melinda gates you and bill have launched what is this annual goalkeeper report from now until 2030 obviously when the st jesus sustainabledevelopment goals will hopefully be matt met by the world community and its to make sure that every dollar spent truly be poverty has maximum impact white what sparked this what was the need to to track it like this so publicly or we realized that these goals were set by 100 93 nations two years ago two thousand fifteen and two years of already passed him we're on our way to 2030 and we realise that if we want to make progress against these goals we have to track and report on the data because that progress is what makes things change but the parvez isn't inevitable and without data we won't know yearbyyear how we're doing in the report you you right there is more doubt the usual about the worlds commitment to development writing i think people are a bit skeptical they wonder whether monies gone should we be spending it said in the united states are in my own country and what we want to point out to people that we need to keep doing is that these huge drops poverty cut in half maternal mortality cut almost in half childhood death cut in half if it wasn't for these investments we wouldn't see that incredible progress we wouldn't see this tidal wave that came of hiv being brought down so substantially but we have to continue those investments if we don't those things we'll come back and we'll be on the rise and you talk about taking it from the viewpoint of justice you see take it from the.

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