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"melissa chiu" Discussed on Pick the Brain

Pick the Brain

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on Pick the Brain

"Welcome to the pick the brain podcasts where we pick the brains of the brightest minds in the areas of health self-improvement productivity and kicking ask at life. I'm Jeremy Fisher always alongside my co host Aaron Falcon all right Aaron today. We have a six reasons why smart hardworking people aren't always successful you looking forward to this one. I damn this is good article. I think it's a good one. Let's go ahead and jump in six reasons. Why smart hardworking people aren't always successful for pick the brain contributor Melissa Chiu? If you've ever looked at someone and thoughts wow this person's going to do great things someday the person stood out amongst their peers got straight A.'s on their report and was praised by all their teachers. They were charismatic and held major leaderships at school. The individuals seem to have the entire package now fast forward to the present day. You haven't seen or heard anything spectacular about that person. In fact there's just radio silence. Maybe you know someone like like this. Maybe year that person I used to think that intelligence a strong work ethic were the only necessary ingredients for success but that's not the case while both are important. The two alone aren't a guarantee for success and the other factors come into play here are six possible reasons why you might be struggling to succeed even if you're smart and hardworking number one you believe you deserve nerve success based on your credentials. People that work hard in school usually have the following an impressive alma mater numerous achievements in high grades. They used to being at the top and told about how great they are. All these things can feel good but they also have a detrimental effect. I've heard people claim they deserve something because of their intelligence or where they went to school. Do you expect things to pan out your way because of your school or your past accomplishments. Unfortunately it doesn't really work that way. In the real world results matter getting results means that hard work strategic thinking and some luck is involved. You get increased that last factor by working on the first two. Number two you don't believe in your capabilities on the other end of the spectrum are smart hardworking people who don't know what they're capable of achieving surprisingly smart people can underestimate their own abilities. They are their own worst critic <unk> causing them to think they can't accomplish as much as they actually could. Smart people have high standards when it comes to their work whenever they work on a project they tend to scrutinize second-guessed the final product. This seems like a good thing on the surface but it's more debilitating rotate than helpful perfectionism can hinder you from progressing forward and your goals or starting on anything in the first place so instead of letting fears of what if or I'm not good enough. Keep you back from something new. Just try something something out. Getting started beats aiming for perfect every single time number three. You don't reach out to New People. The problem with smart people is that there's a belief that they can make it on their own since they're usually able to manage there's less of a need to reach out to others for help or expand their network. Instead smart people spend time with people they already know and yes. It's easy to hang out with old friends you know each other histories and can laugh at inside jokes but while familiar your friends are great to have it's equally important to get to know New People staying only near familiar people means that the same ideas are recycled over and over again and you don't get to learn new perspectives outside of your bubble..

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Bringing the latest details. We're live in Times Square in New York City, much more fast money right after this. At fidelity, you get value. You won't find anywhere else decisions they're clear costs. They're lower than ever and account fees. There's zero so you can invest with zero trade offs. Open an account today at fidelity dot com slash trading zero account, minimums, zero counties. Apply to retail brokerage accounts only expenses, charged by investments, such as funds managed accounts in HSA's commissions, interest charges or other expenses for transactions may still apply. See fidelity dot com slash commissions for details. Padilla broker services LLC member. NYSE SIPC. While the MAC bass on checkout, the cool grab that turned about the new York Stock Exchange this morning for IPO debut. And that's not all at turned up. Shares of the pet food company, surging nearly sixty percents day during a ferocious per stay of trading. Let's get to Leslie picker down at the NYSE with more on this. Hey less. That's right. Melissa Chiu shares soaring. Today up nearly sixty percent in their debut. It's the largest initial public offering for US e commerce company ever chewy and parent company, PetSmart selling a combined one billion dollars to investors. The deal was massively up sized pricing, above a boosted range and selling more shares than expected PetSmart received the bulk of the proceeds, the retailer wired chew, we just two years ago, and in its debut today chewy is worth quadruple the amount. So what brought investors in the door today? Well, Americans are spending more on their pets, and they are spending more money online chewy says its customers each spent three hundred and thirty four dollars on average in two thousand eighteen to says it sales last year would have grown twenty percent as a result of increased spending without even adding any new customers all into his top line grew sixty eight percent, consumers are pivoting from buying pets. Supplies in store to online ecommerce. Represented fourteen percent of pet industry sales in two thousand seventeen up from four percent. Twenty fifteen it was projected to grow twenty five percent three years. But as those.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Approach. Listener's support W N Y C studios. Number one. I I live in fear of unexpected manny's. It look it looks like pus, so gross. Number two being rejected. My parents divorced twin is five and my dad moved away, and he died a few years ago. And we were close by letters and phone calls for my childhood. And then we he mistreated when is in college, ultimately he had expectations that I wasn't meeting. And I didn't know how. I think maybe I wasn't as appreciative as he wanted me to be. I'm not sure I don't know fall ever know won't know now because he said. Number three. Airports. Number four. Teenagers. I've written about this and posted it on Instagram and actual teenagers will accuse me of being ages. But I've always been afraid of them before I was a teenager while I was a teenager. But every once in a while a few of them will come to my events, and I feel like they're judging me, I'm not cool enough. Number five not being special. You know, I get compliments on my my art. You know, people will say things like, oh, this is cute at knots like the lease special thing, you could say about anything, you know, you can call anything cute anything. I identify as the any Graham type four and how I knew I was a four is because the strongest fear of a four is getting up on stage reading their deep personal poetry and having someone say, oh, yeah. That sounds like something that that I've done. That's that's very very scary for four. Number six accidentally plagiarizing. It's happened to me twice. And it is a horrible experience. I drew something almost exactly that a much more famous straighter had already done and Mike gosh, all of these people tagged her. And then I saw that she blocked me. And I used my other account to realize she had posted about it. And it was really just the worst feeling in a couple months later happened again with the same illustrator if I were her I would definitely think that I was doing it intentionally but I didn't. Number seven. Carbon monoxide. Number eight, my best friend meeting. Her soulmate before I do. Number nine, my mom dying and having no family left. My mom is a golden angel. She's just absolutely lovely. I can't imagine that anything will be worth anything after she dies. I can't imagine that life will have any meaning. Number ten being too boring or too much work for my therapist. My name is Mari Andrew and these are ten things that scare me. Mari Andrew as a writer and Ella straighter living in New York. All this week ten things that scare me is talking to women artists. We love Mari made a picture of her fears for us. You can see it on our Instagram at tempings pot. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel, Matt Odell your Ruben Sarasombat. Emily teen. Paula shuman. Joanna solitaire off Melissa Chiu set us look and sound designed by Isaac Jones. You know, what scares me that? I lost the chats to get really close to my dad. What are you? Scared of tell us at ten. Thanks, podcasts dot ahrq.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"It. It's it's it's a sad. Sad. Sad thing. My name is Anna clumps gay, and these are ten things that scare me. Anna clump ski is an actor. You can share on the show veep. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel game, Odell your Ruben, Sarah sampack, Emily, teen polish human Joanna solitaire off Melissa Chiu said. Designed by Isaac Jones. You know, what scares me? I'm going to open my door. And there's just going to be like delivery bike is just gonna fight with. No. What are you? Scared of tell us at ten things podcasts dot ahrq. Yaas baby Phoebe, rob is here. I'm back with a brand new so many white guys from WNYC studios. This is the show where it talked to credible. Gas aren't just a bunch of white. I'm talking artiste towers, bright people who are changing the gay. You're going to. So dope. Mrs single episodes scribe, so many white guys. Get your podcast.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Approach. Listener's support W N Y C studios. Mike. One man in the mirror. That's it. That's the only person. That's the only thing that scares the hell out of at MandA mirror. I know what he's capable of doing. Ain't ain't nobody here. That's bad enough for me yet. So you can. Yeah. Yeah. There ain't bad as people here. The bother me that they ended up here to test me, you know, you don't want to. Yeah. Twenty seven. I got pretty. I got pretty feast. She came to me one day kempter, can I spend the day with you as these fleet as liberty your feet area to govern usual. Okay. You speak today with me, and we've been seven years we just got married underneath I ninety bridge. My first one is crack crack edge started. When I was eighteen I quit when I was fifty. But I got a real bad alcohol problem down. Number two. I don't see my grandchildren. Last year. I was the last time I seen him. Three is no food. Number four news. It all my square friends. Number five all the dogs in the world. Number six, my mom and dad are still. So I really am fear of dying because they live in Alaska, and I don't they want me to be life. But I can't because of my. Are all hall. You split skill. But I call him every other day. So. Number seven. I'm just worried about my younger sisters that debut hit really hard by my mom and dad's death. I know they will. Number eight. There's no more subway sandwiches closed down because they're gonna tear down the buildings. Nedal out here for seven years for subway sandwich, any of money now, it's. Now, it's. Number nine ever friend that does jewelry she got her wedding rings for us. I'm afraid that will the got a divorce. But I I'm afraid that their baby might not know who the daddy is. Real. And he's a really nice, man. But they had problems. Number ten. There's this guy out here that panhandles right there. I call him. He calls me bitch, which is normal but ever seen him in the last two weeks. You'll know where he's at. But I like to see because we we grew up together out here in the last seven years. He might be dead or you might be in jail or. Yeah. His girlfriend killed herself. On. Doc. Hung herself. He hasn't been right since but he's been all right with us split. You know, how it goes? Life as fucker. My name is gnarly. And these are the ten things scare me. The ten thinks team includes Amy Pearl Daniel game at Sarah sampack, Emily teen polish Shuman fuel Anna solitaire off Melissa Chiu said music and sound design by Isaac Jones. Scares me. That no superstars really wanna play with LeBron. What are you scared off? Tell us at ten things podcasts dot org.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Approach. Listener's support W N Y C studios. All right. I don't really like one of my fears, but it's good enough. Number one bed. Bunks? Number two heights. It is a heart stopping, you know, my heart is pounding. I start perspiring all of those things you associate with phobias. And I didn't know I had this fear until I climbed to the top of Cheech anyt- saw and turned around. To get back to my couldn't get back down. Number three, bankruptcy. Number four, serial killers. Now, you really getting me to dig I forgot about this. I was so afraid at night I would run into my parents room almost every single night. I'm wake them up. It seemed like the Gruny from my bedroom to their bedroom was a mile and a half. It was it was like running the central park loop to get to their bedroom. I was going to be murdered by the time. I got from my room down the little hall past the closet where we kept the towels past the hamper and into their room. I think it was eight feet and feet or maybe twelve we lived in a tiny apartment in the projects on the lower side there. There isn't a lot of space between my room in their room. And then the fear of having to wake them up because they're not going to be happy. But what choice do I have? I got this far. And I remember once or twice just sleeping on the floor because I was afraid of the serial killers coming to get me. That one LA LA, LA, LA, LA, LA, LA, LA, LA, the killer who sings. Lila, he sings under your bed at night. It's creeping me out just to think back on it. So I became obsessed with crime, and and and killers and became a criminal defense attorney because you can either run from your fear or run toward it. Number five swarms of anything. Number six, I think I'm up to early onset dementia. The death of my children before me terrifies me and always has. My daughter was born I and I did not have this rational fear about my daughter. I I have what I think we're rational theories about my daughter. I was worried that you might suffocate on all those pillows. So we were moved all pillows from the house. No pillows and the house. But when my son was born he had a an incident what we now refer to us is sleeping incident. He was in the ER, and nobody could wake him up. We put him with needles. They stuck a thermometer up his bought they had a heart monitor on a brain monitor. And then suddenly he just woke up we never found out. What was wrong with him? But you know, for months probably a couple of years. My husband, and I would wake up every hour to check on his breathing. Of course. Now, he's the strapping mouth the healthy pain in my took us. Number seven two seven wrongful conviction moving track being buried alive. Yeah. Some about it when I was a kid never got over it. And then number ten dying in obscurity. Well, as I get older, I'm really truly much more concerned with doing good in the world and making the world better place. What I still would really like to not die in total obscurity. At least. I'm honest about it, right? Did I do ten? Bedbugs heights swarms. That's three bankruptcy for serial killers five that's five death of my children, six early onset Alzheimer's seven being buried alive. Eight no dying only gave you know lean. Oh, wrongful conviction. That's. My name is Jamie Floyd. And here are ten things that scare me. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel at Sarah sampack, Emily, teen polish human Joanna solitaire off a Melissa Chiu said music and sound design by Isaac Jones. You know, it's gares me. Pasta makers. What are you scared of? Tell us at ten things podcasts dot org.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Approach. Listener's support W N Y C studios. Number one anxiety attacks. I've got this happy about myself that I don't which is that seventy s today, I've got cancer. I say what's it feel like I've come. In any way. One time. I ask that. Deep in the car crash. I said what what does it feel like a very bad car crash and her reply was. One minute car was like best friend, and then the next minute like in the blink of an eye to become like, a cut of jacket weapon of torture, actually within such kind of Betty for torture device. I kind of feel the same way about anxiety attacks. It just makes you, you know, your state can alter very quickly, and I find that I find that quite frightening. Embassy to Twitter. I voted fears ago about social media shaming and as a result. People who enjoyed social media shaming decided to try and get me. So that was kind of concerted efforts to do that for a couple of months, and I just remember waking up at three in the morning and. You go into the bathroom and checking Twitter, and there were nine hundred notifications like just while I slept nine hundred people had an opinion on me. And I'm an inch so live. You know, I found it overwhelming. Number three germs which is quite a new one for me. Number four, not being able to reach my summit three AM. I started downloading all of these apps that tell you like about crimes happening in New York City because if I can reach like if I phoned him if he wasn't in it to in the morning, and I found him and he didn't pick up the phone. How would then immediately goes all of those apps to see whether somebody matching his description had been in an accident said I wasn't. Mel wasn't good. I'll help but then I found out like every out became aware of Africa cracking appaling in New York City. You know, what I discovered happens a lot more new city than imagine scaffolding for people. Number five not being out to provide for my family. Number six, my dogs running away. After talks flop in flopping Jesse. I can't Jesse off the because I she just runs away. And I just freak. She's not like one of those super dog. She September on the street. That woke logs are their own without a leash. I mean, I guess this just a total trust between human dog. But I could never do that. I can never do that. And then I'm stuck in within the holy shit thing, which I don't like either because master surf and share. Comes to with that. I would even be on a level playing field with Josie. Number seven. Guessing things ethically wrong. Number eight conflict. Number nine conflicts voidance. In most situations are not actually even I don't like conflict not conflict verse. But in certain situations, I am conflict of void. And then what happens is I- ruminate, then come up with things that you should've said sometimes know you'll let little tiny little yellow frustration. And then you think I'm one of those middle aged Jews the Upper West side, New York that thing. Number ten. Parties and saying the wrong thing in social situations. Studio within visible. Battiston? Boy, she was she was huge in there in the eighties is practically Madonna's level fame. Anyway, she told me a story, and the story was that she was a massive fan of Elvis Costello's. And she was like an office costano after party, and she talked him and just a massive fan. And did you enjoy the show? And she heard herself say it went on a bit. And she went home and didn't leave a house fears. She tied. I mean, we're laughing because it's so shocking. Honestly, I identified with that. Twenty years ago. I would that story and I thought well that's like another planet. No longer feels like another planet. My name is Jon Ronson face attend things sky may. The ten things Jim includes Amy Pearl Daniel met, Sarah samba, Emily Boutin, polish human Joanna solitaire off a Melissa Chiu said music and sound design by Isaac Jones. You know, what scares me? Flat tires. What are you? Scared of tell us at ten. Thanks, podcasts dot org.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Approach. Listener's support W N Y C studios. Cheka do one two three. Number one. Not enough years to do all the fun things. I wanna do. I love my life. Love my career. I love my kids. I'm very close with my wife, and my parents, and my brother, and I wish I could live for fucking thousand years. I really do. Number two. Losing my kids affection when they hit puberty. I'm so close with my children right now. And it's going so well better than I ever thought it could. But I have seen the DNA shifts happen and other kids when they hit puberty the chemical shift combined with access to their phone and the awareness that is world out there, and they go slip into social media. And I think that that would more than anything. I can imagine right now just wreck me. Number three, raising my children in the wrong city. In two thousand five move to Los Angeles with the idea that I would be here for maybe a year to get myself settled in my career as a filmmaker. And now, I'm forty one and I have a ten and a six year old daughter, and I'm raising my kids in Los Angeles. And it's a little bit not real life out here. The conversations that we have or like, you know, they'll be watching an animated movie. And then my oldest auto would be like, oh, that's so and so's dad doing that voice. Number four. Making bad art. Making bad. Art is something that I did for a long time starting at age fifteen when I really identified as an artist. And then when I was twenty I was, you know, making movies and film school. And when I was twenty one I went on tour as a singer songwriter and all of those years, I was struggling so much to make something good. And so I have this trigger in me. Now, when I'm like, you know on the precipice of making something or shooting a scene, I'm feeling it's bad. I will feel it panic attacks start to rise up in me. That is connected to this younger struggling artists in me. That's just terrified of making something bad. And that God will be kicked out of my relative tenure as an artist here who people listen to and be sent back to the dark ages of climbing those mountains, which were really painful for me. Number five heights. Number six cancer with an exclamation point. Number seven that I'm a bad friend. I've had lots of intimacies with friends to the years, and they have come and gone. I feel like that is somewhat unique to gotten very close with some people in the not really have them be a prominent part of my life anymore. And I wonder if that means I'm just kind of an asshole who just gets close with people. And then when the winds change are will move to a new city or when my kids come along. I kind of leave them behind a little bit. Number eight will my kids. Grow up to be unhappy. Number nine that I am selfish with my money and don't give enough away. Number ten highways, and the fact that you can die on them. My name is Mark d plus and these are ten things that scare me. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel, Matt Sarah, samba, Emily, Boutin, polish human Joanna solitaire off a Melissa Chiu said music and sound design by Isaac Jones. You know, it's scares me. A bump in the night. What are you? Scared of tell us at ten. Thanks, podcasts dot ahrq.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Approach. Listener's support W N Y C studios. Please remain seated. Number one. I'm scared of losing left ones. I grew up in a family that owned a funeral home. So death was death was all around me. And as a kid, you know, probably was exposed to more deaths than than the average person. So I would literally walk into my parents room and stand over their bed mixture, they were breathing. Ember to roller coasters. For one of our school events. We went to Esther world, which was the big place to go in Houston at the time, and because of peer pressure succumb to getting on a roller coaster, and I screamed so loud that I locked my jaw and I walked around the rest that day as a thirteen year old girl with my mouth wide open. It was haunting it I've never forgotten it. I haven't gone on a roller coaster set. Number three, the dentist. When I go I have to take my husband, and he has to hold my hand. And I cry through the whole thing. Number four. I'm just definitely scared of pain. When I was very young too young eighteen years old was pregnant, and I gave birth naturally happens quickly. And it was just excruciating pain and. My baby was born stillborn. So it I quite pain a lot with that event. Number five being a burden to my family as age. For goodness sakes. My daughter my youngest daughter. She loses things all the time. She loses her cell phone. She loses for passport. She loses things. Not just imagine being in her. Something not good. What happened? She's gonna kill me for that. One. Number six. Choking to death. My husband had a friend who was alone and choked on a piece of food and died, and when he told me that I just it. Just scared me too. Because I mean, I'm alone often eat. It's could. Certainly happen. I've actually thought about YouTube how remove up if you're choking what to do things like that just to try to be prepared. You heard that there you could hear just so much air was moving northward here, and that should be enough to dislodge just you have to get on your like a push up sort of en- drop. My very to save you. Thank you. Number seven scary movies. I want to be scared. I in turn on the news. I don't need to pay for that. Number eight not doing enough. I'm a realtor. And I'm a mother and a wife and a sister. So, you know, sometimes you just feel like he fall short. But in terms of political work, I traveled the country attending Trump rallies. And it's taken a whole lot of my time. Put my real estate business on the back burner. So in that regard. I probably have done enough. Number nine. Fear of war. I'm concerned that our country is subdivided that that it is possible that there could be a civil war. Hate is a very big motivator for some people. Number ten fear of the country. Mike, Graham's grandson will inherit. Almost every woman. I know probably has a me too moment, including myself like I worked for a builder, and he spoke to me in a sexual manner. And it got to the point where I was uncomfortable enough to leave and I was contacted by another woman who had a similar situation and she asked me to join her lawsuit. And I did and I looked directly at him in the deposition and told him what he did and told them it wasn't of K, and he was fired. But I just don't think that every man should be looked at as guilty. Like look at a dud capitol. I thought it was shameful that that a man was attacked in the way that he was with zero proof and found guilty by the left immediately. Think about what what my grandson what if that happens to him? My name is Tricia hope. And they are ten things that scare me. The ten thinks team includes Amy Pearl Daniel gay met, Sarah sampack, Emily, teen polish human Joanna solitaire off. I'm Melissa Chiu said music and sound design by is Jones. You know, what scares me? Having people gang up on me. What are you scared off? Tell us at ten things podcasts dot org.

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10 Things That Scare Me

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Approach. Listener's support W N Y C studios. Number one jokes. So you cannot eat them. I don't know. Number two. Well, my roof ever stopped leaking. Number three. When will I stop craving sugar? Number four, releasing a Spanish language album. Number five my health. Number six what I would do if I didn't have my career anymore. I went to high school, and I graduated high school, but then I didn't feel like going to college. I didn't want to pay forty grand a year. And it's funny because some person was like, oh, well, if you can't make music anymore. You could be creative. You know, you could do something else creative. That's what me being creative is four for making music. Number seven. Fear that my creativity would disappear. Number eight. How modern technology might be ruining? Everyone's attention spans. With spotify. It is changed the length of what you should make your songs because I remember when I was making remixes back in twenty eleven and the remixes would be five minutes and thirty seconds long. And that was the norm for dance music because you would have the intro would just be, you know, a kick clap and the kick would probably be cute. So that there's no sub in it. And then after thirty to forty five seconds go by the king would come in with us up. And then hi hat would come in. And then some more noises, and then finally you would get to I guess what you would call the verse. And it would be melody line starting and then it would go into a build. And then I think around two minutes is when you would get to the drop. Now, if you're listening to dance music, you're in the drop in thirty seconds. I wonder how long how long has free bird by Leonard Skinner. Number nine. Slipping into a relevancy. It's always just a scary thing in the back of my head where I think about that eighteen year old kid that you know, could be just sitting at home right after school. He may be working till five AM and making a song and then going back to school. And I always think about the, you know, is there a person that has a little bit more drive than I do right now. Number ten as they get older. I'm scared of my body breaking down on me. So. Yeah. My name is Dillon Francis. And these are ten things that scare me. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel gay at Sarah sampack, Emily Boutin polish lumen on a solitaire off Melissa Chiu said music and sound design by Isaac Jones. You know, it scares me. I'd never had a sister. So I'm never going to have the feeling of crawling into bed with your sister in the morning. Up. What are you? Scared of tell us at ten things podcasts dot org. I will never ever play my music for my parents. I just don't I don't know. Why? You actually, you know, what I know why my mom doesn't understand electron.

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10 Things That Scare Me

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Approach. Listener's support W N Y C studios. Number one becoming an orphan. I'm the only child so whenever that happens. That's going to be probably the worst of my life. Number two getting shot. Not because I live in Brooklyn. You can get shot anywhere. But ages, look, so painful, and you might you might survive. Fifty cent did. Number three getting aids. Number four getting Alzheimer's and not knowing my family is. Number five being blind. It was always like a fear of mine. Like, even when I was like six or seven like close, my eyes up blind, blonde blind and ShopRite and try to find my mom, and my friend invited me to this restaurant where you eat in the dark, and I'm like fucking what's fucking. Number six. The last thing affects of Trump's America. I feel like I'm living in the Angra, Spike Lee movie ever. Number seven. Not being successful. Number eight finding out. My husband has a whole other family. That would fucking wreck me. I know a lot of my uncles have side families. I've always said before I even got married. I was like I can understand someone shooting twenty years into relationship. But I can't understand it like in the first five years like the like the bullet cherry fucking years. And now that I'm with someone for ten years. I'm like if this motherfucker ever looked that something. Number nine being tortured or confined or a sex slave like look women get eight because when you travel, and you have a vagina just the whole between your legs, you are vulnerable as fuck, and my mom's always like afraid when I travel, and she's like don't get drunk and talk to strangers even though it's like my thing. But I always tell her like my look, not a sex slave. Look like, my look like clean my house bitch clean around the sex late. But every lifetime movie, which is the sex slave. And it's always based off a true story. And it's always like in a neighborhood somewhere in like bumble, fuck, Ohio. Whereas like, he was such a nice guy. I used to give him his newspapers he had four women chained in the fucking basement. Number ten. My my number ten fear. The number thing that I'm scared of number ten. Oh my God. I know how words work. Now becoming a mother I really want to become a mom. I'm so tired of mothering my dusty annoying family and my friends. Oh my God. My parents want me to have kids so bad. They're really every time. We have dinner they'll cheers and be like to extending the family. And I'm like, we got it. It's been a struggle to have children with my husband. And the great thing. Now is that there's a lot of alternative options. They're not all covered by insurance. Because why would they be? Yeah. Yeah. But I it's always interesting when a kid doesn't like me, and I'm just like that's on you. That's really on you. If you're not ready for this love, then come back when you're ready. I'm veto. And these are ten things that scare me. The ten things includes Amy Pearl Daniel, Matt Sarah, samba, Emily team polish human Joanna solitaire off a Melissa Chiu said music and sound design by Isaac Jones. You know, what scares me? That I'm gonna get hit by a car on my bike and nobody's gonna feel bad. What are you? Scared of tell us at ten. Thanks, podcasts dot org. Since we recorded the interview Michelle and her husband welcomed, twin babies Hazel and Otis into the world. Got wet die bird. Do you go? They go.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"If you love ten things that scare me. Then there's something you should know where a public media podcast, which means were brought to you by you. We've rely on listener members to make the show, and so many others like it. So show your support today and make a donation now at ten things podcast dot org slash donate or text ten things. Two seven. Oh one. Oh one. Listener supported w in Wiessee studios. You know, distinctive me up till two Clark last night. Because he asking me for ten years. I wanna talk about ten fears. Number one, the fear of failure. Okay. Number two, the fear of not providing. I'm a father. I'm a husband. I have to provide. Oh my God. Number three, Adam wanna say health fear, but it is actually. Number four. The fear of something wrong. We happen to your kids. And just the notion of it crippled you. Number five the fear of not being able to at chief. My big dream, which I put on hold for so many years that rim was to finish. My message. At that time in. Two thousand one. I've just studying and working, and then it happens main eleven it was a luck of rumors and our and and don't forget even one of these rumors omega. They gonna gather all the Arabs put them in camps. Like what happened to the Japanese during the second World War? It was terrible. So as soon as nine eleven happened and the rumor, I stopped going to college, and I just kept a low profile and after a while, you know, I met my wife, and we got married, and then we get the kids. So the role of the student has to go to the backseat now and the role of father and a husband toe control. Six the fetal wall. My dad. Joined the army. Egypt went into few wars, you know that. And when he you hear from him about people who are dead, and you might you might be in the desert was not enough supplies or this. And this there is not in good comes out of. Number seven. The fear of not seeing my dad. I could manage to visit for almost. Unfortunately, ten years. Number eight if you notice with the winning of Mr. Trump. The voice of white supremacist and show for NIST views became louder. Few months ago in the morning. I didn't notice somebody paint on one side of my car that were tally. And I was so happy when they got the and wipe it it was like a reasonable suitcase, the news and Mark or something close to money. Dang cammisa. But the point is it did not happen in twenty years. Number nine, the fear of not being able to speak your mind because of a backlash. I know some Muslims and actually lived on not mini who voted for Trump. But they do not say that to their co-workers. Why the fear backlash? I thought we have a political system over here. Men number ten believed or not it's a few. To go home and find. How that my wife? Cooked spaghetti for them. I hate speech. I stand Mongan eight slight personal. My name is Hatem ill. And these are ten things that can't me. The ten. Thanks team includes Amy Pearl Daniel game at Sarah samba, Emily Boutin, polish lumen, Melissa Chiu music and sound design by Isaac Jones. You know, what scares me? Maggots? What scares you? Tell us at ten things podcasts dot are.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Did you know that ten things that scare me is a public media show? That means we rely on people like you to support everything we make Sakib tempting short sweet and weird by making a donation today at ten things podcast dot org slash donate. Listener support w in Weiss studios. Number one, losing my teeth. Number two missing a fly. Number three, my inbox. My inbox has become a scary scary scary place. And it always hits me when I see someone at like. Sh you emailed me like a few go. Men. Erica back to you. I was so sorry. Number four confederate flags. I was in Alabama. I have never been to the deep south at all. I wanted to go see the lynching museum and on our they're all of a sudden I see a confederate flag does flying. Seeing definitely may realize like this is a place that wasn't down with the civil rights movement. Which means they're not down for me as a black woman having rights. So that is a scary ass thought. Number five asking someone to show up for me. Especially when it comes to love. He don't see a lot of representations of like, I mean, like, even our one they lack ideal marriage, the huxtables, we can't even be happy about that. Right. Okay. They'll Bhamas shore. But like how many are there? Like, it's just like a high bar. It's a kind of. So I'm trying to like invite different images in my mind. But I think even my parents, right? My parents have been married forever and ever. And so I don't know why expect to be disappointed in love. I think is just like practice. Which is you know. Number six being misunderstood. Yeah. Actually, dating someone now. And so I- he has a child. So I asked him like, you know, how much you pay child support. And he was like, oh, what made you ask me that you know, that feels personal that feels kinda soon. I'm like, what do you mean by that? Like, what do you mean that is soon like I say, what's on my mind, and I've had to learn how to mitigate that. Number seven being pregnant slash ripping my vagina. Your body's not your own. You have this foreign object that like everyone tells you is going to be the most lovable thing that you'll ever love ever. And no one believes that you're in pain, people think that your Hollywood supreme is supernatural because slavery, and the best case scenario is that the the baby comes out of your. Thoughtfully rips, your Dino part. It just feels like a lot. And then they handle your baby. Automatically a love bubble happens. That's exactly the way. It's been described me. That's like a love bubble. Member aid raising a black child. Someone on the Cleveland police think he was like the head of the union police union, and he's like, let's let's get this straight. You know to Mira rice was a grown man in the child's body. That line is going to stay with me forever. And never because it's the idea that, you know, young black boys will be boys. Number nine losing parents. Grief is one of the shittiest motions. Because like you have no control over it could come over you at any moment. Though be a day where you're like on the train, and you know, someone on the train is like sitting the way that your dad says, and then, you know, that's that's the part that I really resent about grief. Number ten not having enough money. My name is Vera, Lynn Williams. These are ten things that scare me. The ten things deem includes Amy Pearl Daniel gay, Matt Sarah Sam back, Emily, teen polish human, Melissa Chiu said music and sound designed by Isaac Jones. Scares me. They said they were gonna put a Starbucks in my mall, and then I got there, and they didn't put a Starbucks in my mall. What are you? Scared of tell us at ten things podcasts dot org.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Did you know that ten things that scare me is a public media show? That means we rely on people like you to support everything we make Sakib tempting short sweet and weird by making a donation today at ten things podcast dot org slash donate. Listener supported w in Weiss studios. Number one comedians. I'm afraid of comedians. Number two that people will realize I'm a fraud. Number three underwater, wiffle balls. I used to have this dream, this recurring dream that be kind of like treading water. And then I would submerge my head. And underneath me was like. This giant wiffle ball the size of like a small moon. It's not doing anything. It's just sitting there. But just the presence of this thing submerged that I can't see and suddenly it's there. I don't know. What the I don't know. Why? That's so scary to me. But it's like. Number four that things only go in circles. Number five. That I'll miss it. Number six that. No, one cares. No, one cares. How much work goes into the generating of thoughts and knowledge, you know, what? I mean. I don't care as a consumer too. So I it's like the fear is actually just like, it's just it's just the recognition like. Now on cares. Number seven that something will happen to my kids. Number eight fast thinkers. It's terrifying. Fast thinkers, they're just like thieves. They steal the time away from you. And I'm just trying to spit out the words, but the words aren't coming fast enough and they're not coming out. Right. Give me like ten minutes. I'm gonna compose a thought that's going to just be like a torpedo and just explode your argument. But I don't have time you. Oh, yes. Number nine that. I've lost my parents passed. There's something like now that I'm a dad. I feel the absence more profoundly because I have nothing to give my kids of my Arab heritage. I mean, I speak the language a group speaking, but I don't really have anyone to speak it too. And so it's weird to one a make them speak it because what's second do for them. You know what? I mean, the fear that you won't be able to continue the continuity breaks. That's a fear. And number ten that my kids won't be happy that they'll be bullied. My oldest kid. Minds me, a lot of myself me mineswee- almost exactly of myself at that age re. I see a look in his eyes, which I remember everything was going too fast. Everybody's talking to fast. Everybody's moving too fast. I just felt slow like had a lot of years before. I felt like I the rhythm of me caught up to the rhythm of life or the pace. I should say the meter and. I sometimes catch a look for my my nine year old, and I see that too. And. Scared for him in those moments. I get scared for him. I don't know. There's a camp that's like literally two blocks away. And we just decided, okay? I think I think our nine year old can walk home by himself. Like, I walked two blocks away. So he couldn't see me. And I was just like like incognito in like in a beret practically just like watching him. 'cause I really want him to do that. But I can't really trust them. So yeah, it's like these fine. He's totally fine. And he was totally psyched, dad chill out. My name is Chad up. Rod and these are ten things scare me. The ten. Thanks team includes Amy Pearl Daniel game at Sarah Sam sampack, Emily, teen polish human. I'm Melissa Chiu, set music and. Music and sound designed by Isaac Jones. You know, what scares me a hornet's nest? What are you? Scared of tell us at ten. Thanks, podcasts dot org.

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on Late Night Whenever

Late Night Whenever

06:30 min | 3 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on Late Night Whenever

"Saudi, got boaty. Okay, where's Adam? Are? Adam are high. Hey, michelle. Asking for a friend. I've been hearing a lot about big dick energy. Big, giant energy a. So what is it. Daddy question for you. Just after for a friend. Everyone is talking about big energy one. 'cause I'm a fruit and. It's this idea that like if you have a lot of confidence than you exude big dick and earn. It's annoying like you can't have confidence if you don't have dick like gay here. Texas and fuck off. You don't need been Vic or to have confidence or energy? We keep an intersectional open ear. Okay. Yeah. But if you like big Dicks. That's okay. Just know that. Hey, you're seeing you're seeing. Okay. You're seeing Clapham my husband's dick. You in class. Not at all. Okay. Nicole are Nicole. Where are you? Hi, Nicole. Asking for a friend, I was wondering, well, my friend was wondering. Sure. Sure, sure. My friend was wondering, how can you exude an authoritative presence when you don't really look at, especially if you're in a authority position professionally. Dare I say, big energy. Yes, don't say leather Audie language. I have a lot of, you know what? I am a fast talker and I talk fast. I'm trying to sell your goal. In my raincoat. Everyone's so young. But anyway. I learned to doing stand up in hosting that if you if you just low it down and give a lot of contact, people will take you way more seriously and. And I read this book how to think like a man or not Steve Harvey. It was another book about. Anything. It was. It was a woman who lives like a man for a year, and it was a fascinating book and I don't remember. Big, dick energy. Emphases. The fascinating things they do remember was women always say, sorry, and they apologize and everything is a question, even can catch up and men is like ketchup. I feel like that's the thing too. You know, you just don't ever question that you let people know what you want. I think in your mind, do you think it's nothing like a man? It's like a top. You can go ahead. I'm all day long, but you think like. It's not your thing. You are the top, and that's what it's that's where it's at. So I don't care who you are, what you're doing or what job you're at at whatever job you're at or wherever who you're with, you are the top and that's in your mind, and then that energy that's the that's the energy. It's like, I'm the top. Thank you. As an advocate for the big dig. Innogy thing, that theory that they re behind it. Listen theory behind it is that you exude a certain confidence because you know something about yourself that no one else knows. And so what you have to find within yourself what you know about yourself, that no one else knows that gives you that confidence that you don't even have to you just be because you know that no matter who you come in contact with wherever you go, you know, this thing about you. That's great. That's what big dig into. And so I'm an advocate for that. Okay, anyways. Okay. That is been our show that is yes. Good God, rob. Proverb, what have we learned so many things. A big lesson is. Don't take a picture someone sitting down the bathing suit. Eating poultry. That ain't right. And if you post that pitch, show you check in with them first. This has been a very confidence, heavy episode. I feel like I am a forgiving top. I'm doing, but I wanna make sure you. Okay. Maybe a power bottom. Move on. I also learn like. Words, have power. Take responsibility in ownership because. A lot of people in this country are not. I gotta say. If there was a fence I'm on because I don't know if I like or not like big energy. In the meantime, in between time Shelby. Within this has been. Lee whenever is brought to you by WNYC studios. This podcast is produced by Joanna Sala Tara Paula Shuman Jennifer syndrome, Daniel Adam tasha making Jamie York and Marian shoppers with Isaac Jones chase, copen, Joep, Lord their samba Caroline, English. Melissa Chiu, CID

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on Late Night Whenever

Late Night Whenever

06:30 min | 3 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on Late Night Whenever

"Saudi, got boaty. Okay, where's Adam? Are? Adam are high. Hey, michelle. Asking for a friend. I've been hearing a lot about big dick energy. Big, giant energy a. So what is it. Daddy question for you. Just after for a friend. Everyone is talking about big energy one. 'cause I'm a fruit and. It's this idea that like if you have a lot of confidence than you exude big dick and earn. It's annoying like you can't have confidence if you don't have dick like gay here. Texas and fuck off. You don't need been Vic or to have confidence or energy? We keep an intersectional open ear. Okay. Yeah. But if you like big Dicks. That's okay. Just know that. Hey, you're seeing you're seeing. Okay. You're seeing Clapham my husband's dick. You in class. Not at all. Okay. Nicole are Nicole. Where are you? Hi, Nicole. Asking for a friend, I was wondering, well, my friend was wondering. Sure. Sure, sure. My friend was wondering, how can you exude an authoritative presence when you don't really look at, especially if you're in a authority position professionally. Dare I say, big energy. Yes, don't say leather Audie language. I have a lot of, you know what? I am a fast talker and I talk fast. I'm trying to sell your goal. In my raincoat. Everyone's so young. But anyway. I learned to doing stand up in hosting that if you if you just low it down and give a lot of contact, people will take you way more seriously and. And I read this book how to think like a man or not Steve Harvey. It was another book about. Anything. It was. It was a woman who lives like a man for a year, and it was a fascinating book and I don't remember. Big, dick energy. Emphases. The fascinating things they do remember was women always say, sorry, and they apologize and everything is a question, even can catch up and men is like ketchup. I feel like that's the thing too. You know, you just don't ever question that you let people know what you want. I think in your mind, do you think it's nothing like a man? It's like a top. You can go ahead. I'm all day long, but you think like. It's not your thing. You are the top, and that's what it's that's where it's at. So I don't care who you are, what you're doing or what job you're at at whatever job you're at or wherever who you're with, you are the top and that's in your mind, and then that energy that's the that's the energy. It's like, I'm the top. Thank you. As an advocate for the big dig. Innogy thing, that theory that they re behind it. Listen theory behind it is that you exude a certain confidence because you know something about yourself that no one else knows. And so what you have to find within yourself what you know about yourself, that no one else knows that gives you that confidence that you don't even have to you just be because you know that no matter who you come in contact with wherever you go, you know, this thing about you. That's great. That's what big dig into. And so I'm an advocate for that. Okay, anyways. Okay. That is been our show that is yes. Good God, rob. Proverb, what have we learned so many things. A big lesson is. Don't take a picture someone sitting down the bathing suit. Eating poultry. That ain't right. And if you post that pitch, show you check in with them first. This has been a very confidence, heavy episode. I feel like I am a forgiving top. I'm doing, but I wanna make sure you. Okay. Maybe a power bottom. Move on. I also learn like. Words, have power. Take responsibility in ownership because. A lot of people in this country are not. I gotta say. If there was a fence I'm on because I don't know if I like or not like big energy. In the meantime, in between time Shelby. Within this has been. Lee whenever is brought to you by WNYC studios. This podcast is produced by Joanna Sala Tara Paula Shuman Jennifer syndrome, Daniel Adam tasha making Jamie York and Marian shoppers with Isaac Jones chase, copen, Joep, Lord their samba Caroline, English. Melissa Chiu, CID

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"melissa chiu" Discussed on Late Night Whenever

Late Night Whenever

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"melissa chiu" Discussed on Late Night Whenever

"So residue i'm so glad you said that i would thinking of getting either wedge of cheese or a like milk carton well you get the food pyramid all empty besides the milk one also google cheese tattoos and really think about it yeah what do you think thank you on with that one you might regret bessette hurt me please give it up from a town and nico ekos matteo on netflix what have we learned rob keep going learned so much i mean this was jam packed there should be a quiz at the end of this i mean i learned that even if you are naked on on the internet you could still find real love i learned that maybe i should just trust myself don't worry about getting my hair wet and go to peru take some drugs so i can become one with the universe edison medicine medicine medicine sorry some medicinal stuff because you know i know who i am but i feel like cardi b there's other parts of me to explore maybe we should do more poetry and after the show i'm definitely getting the tattoo amish shelby lewis leading it whenever is brought to you by wnyc studios this podcast is produced by joanna solitaire of polish human jennifer andro kenya you met adam tasha jamie york and marian shabat with either jones chase copen their osam samba carolina english melissa chiu said he's by rob lewis adam using isaac jones having fault on instead no will get funny whenever you can see me and my cute freckle than my cute plus side now fit and don't forget to subscribe to late night whenever wherever you your gang.

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