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Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

Casefile True Crime

05:02 min | 7 months ago

Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. Shea was born on October twenty, three, nineteen, seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. Now, the L. Said Woods village, which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, the Edwards and the smiths. Siblings cousins, and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. Nine. Lisa was born on November twenty, nine, Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, and dougie shillings worth. On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. Nat King. Cole's Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. The close knit family spent their evenings together, dancing and singing. But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, a heart attack and Pasta way. Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. Minor roles. So babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. Cindy. who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, which was a remote ap Bac town, they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. River. On Saturday December five, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, Cindy. Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. By the time evening fell. The two of them had decided to go into town. Burke was a small town with a population of just three, thousand, four, hundred paypal. It was originally home to the Nimba people, but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. Lock old indigenous people across. Australia. The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. By the late nineteen, th century, their population had dwindled. While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. CADDO stations.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on The Good Pod

The Good Pod

14:46 min | 1 year ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on The Good Pod

"Time. I'm three or four nights a week. Different cities off the united states and there were times when i was so sick. I should not have gone to work but i did it anyway. Yeah that's that's rough so yeah just calls from like stress and anxiety. Somebody was stress of of the environment. I mean i truly loved what i was doing. I was very good at it. A lot of it was stress and there's an emotional components as as as well. I mean if you've got all day. Justice stress going on plus. You've got anxiety because ninety nine percent of the people have i._b._s. Or any type of digestive issue you have anxiety because they're worried about what's going on and the next bathroom my stomach gonna explode kind of thing but there's an underlying emotional connection as well as to why you have so much anxiety and why your stomach is upset near are like that so it's really about getting to the root of the problem and that can be the really challenging thanks for people because they don't wanna talk about it because because it's all about getting really vulnerable and digging deep into what ever it is could it's usually some type of trauma that we're covering up in some way and for some people it comes out as anxiety comes out as depression that comes out with digestive issues or we go to the other side where there is some type of addiction <hes> masking all of that <hes> yeah that does make sense for sure all right so next question question is based on the character michael and he's the one that built the town of the good place so if you could build the perfect town what would you build build and why oh my gosh well i would have an organic markets have been here or like they love organic markets and like being outside. I just imagined all of you like being friends and like living on like a com- a hippie commune or something hippie communist i would do that and you know we have grasping vive and we'd have free range chicken and turkey on all of that good stops stops and we would definitely have to be next to water her <hes> so bigger on the beach so yeah. Maybe a little beach community <hes> yeah something something to that effect you know so you went dancing creativity energy yeah so what was your reason. I'm i'm just curious. What was your reason to move vegas since it's not by the water and i wouldn't imagine it's very imagine it has a lot of farmers markets. I mean maybe it does i. I don't know i was surprised at just the unlike this little area the island event. I only four of them. Okay good good so that's that's. That's what a an finding that there are some things that i do mess in one of his because i literally lived across the street from a lake in analyst that that is true but i i like it. I chose it and who knows how long i want to stay here. You know the big plays anywhere but it's easy in an out of the airport lure literally. There's so many flights all over the world doc direct flights so there that was one part of it. I mean really four and a half hours to the coast okay. That's not you know <hes> without dealing with the constant traffic of living you know on the west coast and also the cost of living is fairly comparable to the mid west. Okay that's interesting so it was pretty eighth parallel decision in some regards okay yeah my aunt used to to live in arizona and are in phoenix super far away but i never got to go while she lived there but my parents did did and they said it was just like so beautiful in like really clean and just the weather so different from texas because texas feels like you're walking into asana when you walk outside in the summertime but <hes> i don't know they said it was like a really pretty city. I've been to las vegas one time but it was like you know to do like the typical las vegas stuff so i'm sure that there's other parts of it. That aren't so touristy. That are actually cool so that like you could actually we live in and out people that actually live here. Don't go to the strip. Yeah yeah a reason to go down there yeah so and i don't live anywhere near there so okay but <hes> i do have to check myself my light in las vegas. I'm sure there's a lot of cool like music. If you like music and probably a lot of good comedy and stuff there yeah. I haven't really checked out a lot of things <unk>. Just stay local and now the neighborhood and everything but i am besides just the regular shows and access to that stuff. That's off the strip. <hes> there's there is a fairly good music art scene yeah. I haven't really dive into it. I'm sure there's like <hes> i'm good like improv comedy and stuff like that. That's pretty cheap to go to to like most most cities like that have like improv comedy comedy clubs and all that cool stuff in waco where i live. We don't have anything like that. So i go to like dole hot yeah but anyways well the last question i'm going to ask you and i love asking this. I'm not sure if you watch many t._v. Tv show so you can answer with the movie if he want but if you can magically teleport yourself to live in any t._v. or movie worlds where would you live. Oh my gosh are a lot about like where you live. I now i know <hes> oh since you like nick water farmers market. I'm trying to think of like somewhere good. You know i i'm big grey's anatomy fan okay cool. I've only watched the first season one of rosen college. I never watched it again but everyone loves it yes so i love that but i also love to e._r. If you wanna go back a little when i was in grad school cool are professor on thursday nights would make sure that we would get out just so we would have enough time to get home to watch the show so yeah yeah. I never watched e._r. Either my mom used to watch it but i think i was too young. Probably you might have been to the way they film that <hes> was a it was really the the stepping stone for oliver shows after that yeah you and and everything so yeah i i watched house. Yes i really liked house yeah. I like that old saying and i'm trying to think of doctor shows that i like scrubs is pretty good stresses funny. Yeah <hes> what else is there. I don't know i can't think of any right now but i did. I did really like house until it got weird and he started started dating that that doctor the main doctor then. I was like not into it anymore so i gave up on that one but i do like him along i wa. I think he's funny that guy that plays him ever out his name now but anyway here's something hugh laurie. That's it yes yes yeah. He's really funny and he's like 'cause he's british in real life so he's doesn't sound anything like how he does on that show. It's really crazy so he was also on fun fun fact on one hundred one dominations yeah like not the animated one of course the real one. I'll see driver with like the i just remember him. He was like a driver of all the puppies that were in the back till i kerala deville. He was like her little driver. I think anyways. I remember that all right. I'll ask i'll ask one osc one more so this the last question this question are based on janet and janet's and it's really cool because she can teleport herself like if they say hey janet she just like appears and she's like hi. I'm janet. She's like a robot so anyways. That's why i asked the teleporting to t._v. Show world question and then she also can like upgrade people like oh. Do you want this bam and she gives it to them. So if you could upgrade one thing about your life or anything in your life what would it be upgrade. I would definitely want like a gorgeous house right up in each okay. I upgrade. Yes you know i just thought of like the most gorgeous house on the beach on t._v. He is the show called grace and franky on netflix. Have you watched that yes right now at least a coup dro- now that i mentioned the show you really do what those glasses like. You look like like right now lisa kudrow you really do so. That's a big comment because i love her. She's he's on the newest season of grace and franky. She's so funny i i'm onto into. It isn't their house awesome. Isn't that where you wanna and live is totally yeah. They have like a perfect beach house so yeah. I love that show i love it because while obviously you know the two main stars are amazing. The really are that they get on. There is is fabulous yeah. The girl that plays the daughter her name's june diane raphael the blonde girl. She's a jane fonda daughter the oldest with the blonde hair yeah she i saw her last summer. <hes> she's married to a comedian named. Paul scheer was on the league and a bunch of other stuff but they were together at this t._v. Festival i went to and they like read all these scripts. That never got picked up so that was pretty fun but she's really she's really funny and she had all her friends. There too like there's like a she's on a podcast that i listen to all the time called. How did this get made and it's about it's about like movies at a really terrible like literally. How did this get made and it's like her her husband paul scheer and then this guy jason main soukous who's also on the good place another show but anyways that podcast is really good. If you like funny podcast okay okay so i do have one movie to this day. I do not know why got made it. It was the mexican with brad pitt and julia roberts. Oh i've never seen seen ever. I have never seen ever oh my gosh well. Maybe they cover it on. How did this get made. I'll have to look it up. I just i just listen to this <hes> the episode that they just did about <hes> sky captain in the world of tomorrow. Have you ever seen that movie. No it has angelina jolie in an and couple of other people. Oh it has gwyneth paltrow and jude law but it's really really bad and they it was really funny honey what they said about it. They're like how literally how did this movie ever ever get made like all of them that were reviewing it. They were like it took them like four the least amount of time it was like four hours the most amount of time they had like three days because they couldn't watch it all at once. They had to like housing using it. I've i've only walked one movie ever and it was at independent theatre someplace based on but literally it was matt's <hes>.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on The Good Pod

The Good Pod

14:17 min | 1 year ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on The Good Pod

"Forking shirt okay. Hey melissa. How's it going good are you. I'm good thanks for thanks so much for joining joining me today. I appreciate you taking the time to record. I'm excited to be here awesome so tell everyone and me a little bit about you and what oh you do and where you're from just like a quick overview so i'm originally from the midwest but i recently relocated to las asparagus. Oh cool okay no fun. Yeah got health is my jam. I'm a holistic health coach. I work with women who have digestive issues who's i._b._s. Leaky got adrenal fatigue. <hes> generally irritable have some brain fog and just really low on energy and i help them restore their gut health and get their sassan energy for life back yeah. That's that's really awesome. Exa very good profession to be and i would think because everyone needs help with the everyone everyone has it seems. I don't have really stomach issues but i do. I told you before like acid reflux and stuff like that. I can get that sometimes sometimes and it is so uncomfortable and not fun and luckily i don't have any stomach issues so hopefully i never will but <hes>. I know that it can be really miserable. My brother has had a lot of stomach issues and anyways. It's not really because of what he eats because he eats really healthy. His was mostly caused from stress stress so anyways yeah. I know that a lot especially women can deal with that a lot so that's a that's awesome what you're doing for sure so so in your business. Are you doing like coaching or are you in like a multilevel marketing company at all all or is it. Just you on your own. I do coaching. Yes so right now. I am taking on one on private coaching clients. <hes> everything is really individualized ally against <hes> because no one person has the same yeah how we treat the i._b._s. Itself really has to be specific to who that person and <hes> i do intend to add in group coaching and i wanna start <hes> probably later this year. Do some workshops and get some retreat scheduled and things like that so that's all part of it for sure. That's really cool. So how long have you been in las vegas goose. Have you lived there for a while. <hes> i've been here for about a month. Oh okay. Where did you move there from minneapolis. Okay wow that's quite. That's quite a change in climate. I guess yeah it's it's a little warm here. Maybe not the best time to pick to come down here air but <hes> it's been great so far. I'm loving it. I'm enjoying it so okay well. That's that's really cool. I'm in texas so it's a bit more humid here but still really hot so yeah totally. That's why i never wear makeup in the day really and i go swimming a lot so it's so hot here but yeah you have to have to stay out of the heat as much as possible in this town or in this guy is eight so it's all about sunscreen and water yeah yeah for sure so <hes> like i was telling you a little bit before we're gonna talk mostly about like you and your personality what you like dislike and you know different things like that and i tell this on every episode but the good part is based is on the t._v. Show that good place starring ted danson and kristen bell and if you haven't watched the new shed because it's so funny you can watch the first season on netflix. They should really sponsor sponsor me at this point because i shout them out on every single episode but i think that the show is really really good. It's really funny and i think that gives you issues such a cool thing to like see what they say about the afterlife and stuff because it's about it's about like ted. Danson plays kind of his his name is michael so he plays like i would say the ark angel like in the bible but he he's the creator of the good place so it's just really cool and fun show definitely recommended but i base all of my questions off characters from that show so that's why i have you talked about yourself at first because eleanor more is kristen bell. She loves talking about herself like her. Favorite thing is herself and she really could care less about anyone else so the next the next set of questions is based on the character chidi who is a he's like he used to be <hes> ethics professor before he died and so and he has really hard time making a decision so on that note. Has there ever been a time where you were unable to decide on something important. Oh my gosh yes totally well. I'm sure you had to make a huge decision when you moved. So how long did that take you to choose where you wanted to move to. You know i actually i gave my sixty days notice and i really i didn't make a choice until about two weeks before doc. Oh wow the universe do the talking. Wow that's awesome so are you did you are. Are you married. Do you have any kids that came with you or i have a dog. Okay it's two and a half. She's a rescue pop. I totally believe and and rescue animals. Okay yeah me too. I have three dogs and two cats. I have a lot of animals but yes <hes> two. Two of the dogs are from the shelter and the cats are just like some someone was like. I have a bunch of cats here. Take one so but but the one chihuahua the diva dog. I like to call her she she <hes>. I paid one hundred dollars for her probably from like a backyard breeder when i couldn't the shelter wouldn't let me adopt opt because i didn't have. I didn't pay like pet insurance so yeah. It's crazy yeah but then after that they dropped that rule and so then i got two dogs from there there you go so yeah so anyways <hes> is there. Can you think of another specific time where it's been hard hard to design. Decide something like in your business. Yeah i think the point where i knew ooh that's because i was in corporate america for in the medical device healthcare industry for almost twenty years okay and i think it was really knowing i wanna that cycle had come to an end and will be willing to accept that and knowing that my true purpose my true passion was helping women who have shoes news so it was just really embracing that and you know sometimes the calling comes to you in in different ways and being willing to accept that can sometimes be a little bit challenging yeah yeah for sure. That's that's probably like the that's kind of what i did is. I worked worked in corporate not for as long as you did but i did corporate cells and i kind of like i graduated about ten years ago from college and i it just kind of like jumped around to all different types of jobs and i did like retail and that was like ten years so retail and then i my last job was in corporate sells like business to business sales and i just i just didn't like it so that's whenever i decided to just go into business for myself so yeah. I totally understand like it's it's hard. It's hard whenever you have. I feel like when you start your own business us or you want to start your business. We all just have like that thing. That's just like let's just quit and let's do it. You know there's no like inbetween for people that ah entre preneurs. I think we have like all of those same. We all have kind of the same mindset in a lot of things you know so totally just like okay. We're done with this. This were jumping to this exactly but it can be a good in a bad thing because if you're like me. It doesn't take me long to make a decision. I just have to regret it later the wrong one so i just i jump kind of too fast so i need to be more like chidi from the good places like i think through what i'm actually doing for just jumped through it all right so the next question. Let's see. I have a few different ones okay. Can you think of a time when you did something. You knew you could be considered ethically wrong but decided it was worth it. I mean i don't wanna get you into any trouble but worth it's i really think <hes> coming from the medical device industry and that spectrum you really do have to it's. It's very black and white. There's no gray so you have to be willing to if you know that it's wrong long you have to be willing to stand up and say no we can't do this and that can be very challenging and especially because of what i was doing and the people that i was working with you know i worked with physicians and nurses and c._e._o.'s and chairman of the board's towards and all and a lot of people in the c. suite arena and it really have to be willing to say and stand on your own shoe feeds and let them know that you know this is the way it needs to be done. We can't make a shortcut here yeah so i'm sure the backbone wrong and and and saying it even though it might ruffle some feathers you might not get the contract might not get the multi-million dollar deal. Whatever it is uh-huh is a stand on your own integrity no matter what yeah i'm sure that's really tough to especially in the medical field when so much money is involved and next dollar so yeah because ultimately for me it's about. Are we doing the right thing for for people. Are you going to help them. Is their life or is this going to cause more pain and agony for them. That's that's really the ultimate thing and the driving actor there. It's and that's a really big challenge because it is. It's all about the bottom line and it's all about r._o._i. Yeah it's that's how a a lot of businesses are but i feel like the medical especially. The medical field can be my mom. She works in the medical field. She's a therapist but she always wants to work with patients longer and there's a lot of times when the insurance will just cut her off so there's things like that to where it i mean it happens in so many so many different areas of the medical profession but i don't know it's really sad and the united states really needs to get their medical shit together. Healthcare industry in the united states is just yeah. It's really bad state and you. I wanna get political or it's okay. It's right now of where it's at. It's not gonna get any better anytime so yeah and i don't have the answers. I don't know what the answers are but <hes> just the political climate. That's going on right now. Oh and the situation that just is still unresolved out refugees and all of that is it just it's just really sad has the we can do better. We better yeah we can. We definitely can <hes> but yeah i don't. I don't mind <hes> political opinion or whatever i'm actually. I'm marrying a l._b._j. Shirt because it was the first from texas to be president so yeah so he might not have been the best like morally early but he was he was a pretty cool dude in my opinion so i know none of them have been perfect. Yeah yeah well he. He did pass civil rights law aw with people on his back not too so that was pretty cool okay so we're going to move on to the next question and dan the next questions based on if you ever watched the show you have to tell me what you think but the next section of questions is based on the character jason who's like doc he he gets to the good place and he it's like totally wrong. He's not supposed to be there just like eleanor the main character but when he first gets there he's uh he is like a monk so he or they think that he's a monk and so he has to be really quiet and he can't talk at all because he says he's taking a vow of silence when in actuality he's from like fort lauderdale florida and he was like really stupid. He ended up dying in in a in a safe because he thought he was going to steal the money out of it because he's really he's really dumb but it's really funny so okay so in that on that note it. Has there ever been a time when you wanted to speak up but you were unable to all like us. Yes all all the time when i was in my corporate career and doing all that that was when i was suffering the most with my own digestive issues news on my own anxiety and one of the things was nobody knew nobody knew and you know i traveled all the time..

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"melissa smith" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

14:58 min | 1 year ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"So some people ask me all the time, do you have a virtual assistant like they just wanna check. Right. I'm like I have a lot. But the reason and like my, my reasoning for hiring another one or when I knowing hire another one is when I cannot respond to my emails fast enough. There's nothing more important for me than to be able to respond to emails and to be able to get on a call quickly, the emails and the calls are like when people call in looking for a plumber right, like the sink overflowing. We need someone like right now. That's how people look at my services like we needed someone yesterday. And if they can't go hold me they'll go onto the next person, and the other side of that is just what I said when those emails, come in from the people that I follow or the people that I know I read them immediately everyone else, do this go into the folder, and I'll read them, like, whenever if it's good content. It'll be good at your from now, there's so many good things in there. I'm trying to think of like which ones they even want to tease out. But one of the things is that it's there's a there's a habit. And there's also some system. So I guess I mean even say there's a philosophy philosophy is keep it simple. What can you in five minutes, and so many people think of networking as sort of a external separate task job, and you're like, no, no, no? It's something. I'd do for five minutes. And but it but I think you're also made a note about adding thinks your calendar. You know. So I, I used to go to a zillion events all the time my local, you know, city, and there was came a point when I couldn't keep going to them at that pace. But I would often just keep them on my calendar so that I could write a note like a half hour before I would text or mass facing message, the organizer till I wish them, well, or a half an hour after I would ask them, how did it go? And like that little touch point takes no effort really for me as long as I, you know, pay attention to my calendar. But it almost as if I was there because people assume that I. I was busy doing some other sixteen events. But truth is I had a family, and I was. And so, you know, the like, but you want to still be present. So like, that's the way it'd be present, you know, someone launching a book, but then you were talking about sort of the higher touch points. You know, so I know your book was just released. And so I'm like, having on my to do list to write you another review for this new version of your book, and those are the kind of higher touch points that make a difference. And I know that as a content producer, but I think we sometimes forget like the twenty minutes, it will take me to brightening, thoughtful, having read the book, and like it's really been great like, okay? Well, now that I've done that look how people know that I thought it was great in a way that will benefit you and reading review mentioning it talking about it. Those are the kinds of things. I just feel like people somehow missed the point of that. And they make it extra hard and you're like, no, no. This is really easy. The power of a comment or share or alike. And this social media world that we're in is huge. Huge reach sharing someone's article commenting I mean it's, it's huge it. You just can't. You just can't over estimate. What that means to somebody because everyone that puts out content, like right? No matter how far they get if they say go down to the bottom depths, their, their biggest fear is that they're going to put something out. And not that someone is going to challenge him on it, but that no one is going to read it. And but then there are the times where you can say, you can read it, and I'm not just saying, like do it like, you know, not care. But I go through. And if it speaks to me, I'm like, wow. Like I really love this line. I really liked this thing or. Oh, I shared it with my friend, and it just goes a long way. Everyone wants to make a difference in, in some way, shape or form. And that's how you do it. You. Acknowledge people, and sometimes it's not even that, like, if I were to go to something and someone there was, like, I don't know network, being a specialist or something. And they put out something that I thought was a really fun idea or something that I had never heard of before automatically you'd be the first person I would send it to I would say Robbie. Did you have you done this? Do you do this? Did I miss this? You know that's what I would say, in it lets people know that you're thinking about them in at the at the end of the day, who doesn't want to be thought of. Well, okay, so couple of things with this one is it's helpful therefore to be known for something. So. I think if you want people to do this for you be known for something. Because if you do too many things and no one knows who you serve, or what your niche is. Or who you are? What your skill sets are? Then they won't have that moment of like, oh, wait a half the tell Robbie about this because you're like if I meet anyone doing anything cool about networking. I'm clearly on go to Robbie. I had I had to really seeing springs is linked in so linked to and is one of these places where you often get these, like Kana spammy messages. But I got this really cool message from someone who like summarize in a sentence, what I'm about. And the us in mail, they sent me over quest. They actually sent me an inmate. I and I was like, wow. You could have just sent me a note with you. You know it was like clearly an effort. And so I sent back my like canned hot here about me, but why they were like, oh, I listened to my friend on your show. And by the way, I think you'd really like this book since you're so into this, this and this. And I never heard of the book, so I then go check out the book, Mike. Oh, it's really cool. Book. I write back and Mike. Hey, that extra minds. You this other book that I read, I was reading on a plane laughing out loud about how much I loved it much this grain of my seat mate. So I didn't know she did that. She wrote back LL. I've done that too. I'm going to totally check it out. Now I in I now feel so bonded to this person and she's not asking anything of me. I mean I liked her so much I want to get him to call with her. I leave in which is about. But clearly, she's like in my world she gets it. I one of my Email people, I don't want to call them subscribers. But one of the people may MLS took out one of my takeaways like you know, I always try to say something pithy and fun and challenging, and she took it, and she quoted it on Lincoln with a little quote, image that she had found that was relevant to it, and tagged me. That was like the sweetest gift ever to have something go from like an Email. I mean I did it was like it's one thing for someone to share like by literally hitting the share button. But she had to go through a few steps and a week later. A bunch of people seeing it, I then screen shot at through it on my Facebook, and it was like if you want to impress you will do something like this, like I'm still thinking about it a week later. So it's pretty cool like the simple little things that you're doing. And I think you've had one of the best answers, by the way of, like, how do you nurture your your connections? So many people are like I post things on Email, and I post things on Facebook. Well, here's the thing. Here's the thing that I need to get specific about. So the best way is to do it in their in their own communication, language. Right. So my whole matching is based on communication strategy and joke client fit. So if I want to get a hold of you like the first thing I'm gonna do is, I'm gonna message on Facebook like I have not gonna I'm sorry if I just gave that away. I want to respond to emails, but, like for me like you are a conversation starter. You are a visual storyteller on Facebook. So I know that's a go to point for you. Now for someone else it might be Twitter for someone else. It might be text. I have someone that I constantly stay in touch with on Marco Polo advertising. Like every time I go to the airport. It's like a known thing. I practice my Marco Polo with Mike Marco Polo front. So it's really about finding whatever is their style, because you also don't want to them like someone who never checks, E mail, who's, like, please I hiring someone to check my Email. Please don't go there. You know. And then they finally go there, inside three months later, and then they feel bad, and they don't really know what to do with that. So the undo I respond or not respond. But if you do it in bear, you know, the manner the medium their tone, their verbiage, then it makes it easy to have that connection. And for them to also reach back out to you. Yeah. I mean, thinking that, that also linked in, because a lot of us do use Lincoln for this kind of thing. But if, if you don't see people posting, then what's the point of messaging them because they may remember their logging? I mean, you know, people just people are on it, but not like you know, lots of people and then there are those of us that regularly posts in regularly do updates and I mean, like, like I love it. You're saying, like, do it in bear language, and on the medium, which they're on. I'm known to go on Facebook now. And again, it's true. Every now and again, so this has been fantastic. And you, you give us a lot to think about. I I love just like you know, clearly if you're matchmaking year, get it cer- building connections. And remembering a lot of details about people, but I think you're also just really get helping people repackage themselves, which is part of it like people don't think always, then they're not good judges of their best qualities, and you're able to kind of pull it out of people, and then make them think. Wow. You know, I'm actually I'm great to work for no decisive. Not to mandate. I like that. Trill. I you know, I am not someone who works, well as an assistant for creatives because I'm super super structured, I'm like, let's get down to business. Don't talk to me till after two o'clock because at two o'clock, I'll know if anything else is going to happen in the day, but by by two o'clock everything that needed to get done. Got that. And.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

14:10 min | 1 year ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"Of virtual assistance in two thousand seventeen she became a location, independent and traveled to sixteen countries in just twelve months while growing her business at a rapid rate since then she's become a sought after remote were consultant helping individuals looking for at work as well as those in need of better hiring and managing their remote teens. Please join me in welcoming, Melissa Smith. Thank you Robbie. I'm so excited to be here. Almost I waiting to have you on, and I'm thrilled. You're actually joining me from your home in Athens, and for those listing she means Georgia not Greece. I double check because she is located independent. Is awesome. And you know, you know, this is a show about leadership and building strong networks. So tell me what does leadership means to you? And when did you realize you had the skills to lead? So I'm an answer that it in reverse order because I just this past October. Actor twenty eighteen did I realize I had the ability to be a CEO, and I've never really referred to myself that way like consciously or really like own that myself as a business owner, but not a CEO because CEO really Jesmond to me that you have a team, you have a team working for you. You have people reporting to you people that you really responsible for and I read a book called the CEO next door. And when I, I was reading it thought, how is this gonna apply to me, like these are about fortune five hundred which one hundred companies he owes they're like millions of dollars billions of? What do I have in common with these people? And by the end of the book I thought, wow, this is I can do this. I am the CEO next door and would it boil down to was that I know how to make good decisions. But most importantly, I know how to hire the right people. Such a key piece right there. I mean and you really do know the skill because you're helping all of us do it. So how would you actually define leadership? And so I went to find leadership as knowing your strengths and weaknesses. And then making sure you have the ability to have people pull them out of you while you're doing the same for them. So the, the thing that I tell my team is look, I know that I'm right. Until you tell me I'm wrong. So when I have something in my head that I am certain of I am very convicting, when I speak, but that doesn't mean that I'm forever right? It's typically not possible. So I need to give them permission to say now, I don't think so. Or like have you thought about this? I pushed back like make me prove it. True. But at the same time, there are decisions that my sole decision is to. Say this is your call like this is your area of expertise, make the call make the move like do what you have to do an I will back you up. And if it doesn't work than it's on me. And if it works, then great, I hired the right person for the job. Absolutely. It's, it's so clear that team building both to shore up against your weaknesses, and how people who will test, your strengths to be sure that you really are headed in the right direction. It's so important, and so many people to emphasize that when it talk about leadership because they are nervous sometimes about giving away that power. But you it sounds like you're actually more powerful or having built a strong teams that is kind of what I'm hearing. Absolutely. I was so before I was so noticed so aware of my, my weaknesses. Oh, I can't do this because I'm not this person or I can't do this, because that's not my skill set. But a really, really good at this. And, you know, not really seeing those things as part of a row. Round hole of leadership and completing the circle there is no one perfect person. There is no one who can do it all themselves. So the thought of being a leader who's doing it all yourself without the outside input of others is just not possible, nor is it possible to expand yourself as later in continue to grow without the outside influence. I can tell you since I started this association, very recently so I've gone back, and I'm like, wow, I had a real slap in the face today. It in a good way it was. But I mean it was as powerful as a slap in the face. And it was, you know, them poking at me, and I have my I know I know that you're right? You're right. I know that you're right. And they kept on poking me, but I couldn't find I couldn't find that place to really make that switch without having them nudge, me first. And then another person that I follow. Oh, had sent out this E mail, and I wrote her back. And I said, yeah. But what do you do in this situation? I'm really struggling here. I said, can you might about that? And she's like, sure. So the next week she was her newsletter which was directed to me. And while I was, it was a total wakeup call and I went back to my team. And I said, okay. That was I get it. I get it. I get it. I get it. I will not do it anymore. I got it. But sometimes you just need a different perspective because we're we're all in the same field, but having someone come outside maybe using a different metaphor, a different as scenario dish differently. I have to tease out something you did there, so casually. You you're on several I imagine dozen Email lists as we all right more than we here, it account. And there's one that clearly has good information because you open it, and you read it and you thought, yes, but I have. Further questions you actually hit reply knowing as most of us forget, that there is a human being on the other end of that Email, and that human being brought you back and said, sure, I'll do that. And then a week later, you got content that was precisely what you needed for you and your team to move past this, and to keep growing. And that in itself is like a skill set and knowing that the resources relationships are out there, and you just determine reach out and tap them like that mean have you ever hit reply before tune emails at a practice of yours? Or is moment you do it, right? All the time all the time. In fact, I just emailed, Stephen press failed, again, the other day to tell him that my third book was officially out, and he was bonded. Yeah. So that's what you do. Because he's right. Anyone who writes, or anyone who puts content out in the world wants to know that someone is consuming it. No-one no-one, no-one puts out. Content and does not care if it's being consumed, right? I mean, even even people who see them their books being sold, and like bestseller lists and all of those things a personal message like that, like, is what they'll remember because it's feels much more significant than even seeing like their best ranking numbers and all that stuff. Yeah. I mean, sometimes depending on the person, you might have to get a little creative, and they might not be able to reply for a long time. But I, I can't remember ever sending out a message in having no one reply ever. But you gotta get creative. You gotta have a good subject line to let them know that, you know, you actually read their books. So a lot of times I will take something that is not maybe a headline from their book, but definitely was, like, you know, I read that book because I would not put this and I put that in the subject line. And but it's like I know about, you know, blah, blah, blah, and then they have to open it. Because they can only open it. If you know then they'll know what I know. Right. Because he put an open loop. Yeah. You, you put an open loop, and it makes their, their brain, go little, like, what let need to know. All right. Where I want to get back to. But before we do because that's good. I just couldn't let that go by Melissa. You're saying that you just like a few months ago, sort of realized that you have to be a leader. But I think it's actually much alert than that. So, you know, because you step forward in so many ways, like I've known you for a few years now you've not like you're not hiding yourself from the world, you're sharing who you are. And what you have to offer early on. What are your earliest memories of this, where the people that you looked up, see who were leaders where people seeing leadership potential in you read, like the quiet kid on the playground, reorganizing everyone like what, what was life like in the beginning years? So it's very much about servant leadership behind the scenes leadership. So service leadership was something that I was taught as a child before it was something that was commonplace are taught in the world. My father was a very, very giving person but very much behind the scenes. So we were the family that would go, maybe a clean someone's house, or MO. Our yard or, or do something like that in service to them just to say, hey, we know times at RAF or we know you just need a break, or don't do this go spend time with your kids, and it was in most of the time, we would do this things anonymously. Right. Because if they might say no to us otherwise or we didn't want anything for it. We just wanted them to feel like like the fairies came at, you know, like, wow, this is so cool. And then my mom who was an administrative assistant for over forty years. She is very very soft spoken. She's very quiet. She's a small woman, but she leads with such power authority in, in a quiet way that it goes really unnoticed. So I naturally fell into this kind of service type leadership that was very quiet. So I think that's why for the years since I've been in this world of entrepreneurship, I'd never really identified or. You know, own that title or that rule because I felt really comfortable doing it for myself, and, like kind of in the background in virtually and, and that sort of thing, but not like okay now I am the CEO I have a team, I'm going to lead them. I am responsible for the people of a responsible before. It was like, if, if I fail, it's just me. That I think that's the shift that I made because now if I fail I have three other people that I failed as well. Yeah, yeah. So there's so much that you're up to these days. And I want I wanted to tease out some of that for you where with you. But the question I have actually is, how do you what do you find most rewarding about the work you're doing today? Let's ask that. I find joy in, in serving people. You know it comes in all different ways. And sometimes side is like you say something to them, and it's uplifting, you're able to find them just the right person. Sometimes my consultation, so many times, people comment, they'll say I just don't think I, I have the personality for this. I quite demanding like you like, watch what I can do. And I'm like your someone's dream, and they're like, wow. That sounds really great like I would like to work for manly coup hint. But that's in the matchmaking cited in on the virtual system side, really just love helping people see, like pass their pass where they are passed that hump to get over that. And to get to the other side where their dreams are. And then now this association has just taken off and I just love that. So many people have said, wow. I'm so excited that you created this. And the thing that keeps coming up is no judgment safe-space, a place where I can ask you dumb questions quote unquote, you know, it's just a place for everybody. And what gives me the most joy now is so when I'm thinking about people, and I have a saying everybody is somebody, but we didn't go out purposely to say, hey, I wanna make sure we have, you know, this many people of color, this many males this many people from this. Country or that country. And we need these numbers to make sure like, we're, you know, diverse in inclusive, and we got it anyways, and when people were trying to get an early, I thought that was the most exciting part. But when we actually opened it up, and people came in and I saw it. I was just overwhelmed to tears because I thought, wow, like this is what this is the message that we're trying to get across. But there's no greater there's no greater way that we are placed for everybody, then for everyone of all nationalities in countries in different phases in their career different backgrounds to join that was that's giving me most door right now. So I think the fact that you went forward into this is pretty amazing. I mean, everyone listening has heard of the virtual assistant many have them many more probably need them. So realize it or haven't figured how to do. Do it. And as I know you've said the time to get one before you need one. Now, now is the moment to go look up Melissa if you're on that edge, you're wondering. But you actually helped me. Get started with a virtual assistant and I, I wanna share that a little bit because I was a couple years ago, launching a book you I wanted to launch a chorus right? Afterwards was running a podcast. And the thing about me is I didn't have a lot of revenue at the time..

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"melissa smith" Discussed on Rich Bitch

Rich Bitch

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"I want to sleep a quick moment to say thank you to the lovely sponsor of today's episode melissa smith who is the founder and ceo of healthy joyful living melissa smith as a holistic health coach and she specializes in digestive distress ibis and anxiety what i love about milicia's work is that she's truly diving in to gut health and how that is a huge component of anxiety and all of these brain issues i'm so passionate about brain health and i love it she's passionate to help women feel their guts of they can heal from anxiety she is currently accepting at new one on one clients of please check her out of this is a means you're craving help with all of her information is in the show notes and you can also check rana instagram at healthy joyful living welcome back to days episode so excited you are here in this episode feeling a little life in visit switching with my client lindsey who is an incredible ambitious entrepreneur ads i love this because we dive into manifestation making decisions which you know is so key and so important if you want to be a fantastic female entrepreneur you have to be decisive ends i want to bring you more content on manifesting what you want i've bend this natural manifester since a young girl and i think that that skill needs to be facilitated more and i know that so many of you want to know about manifesting money and your dream job and what it is you want in life and a tip that i want to give you before we dive into this behind the coaching episode is to journal as if and this may feel a little silly at first because you're gonna feel like your plane pretend you're gonna be like angie why am i rating a future letter to myself and none of this has happened yet but what this is doing is it's tricky in your subconscious brain to believe that it's real and that you are.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Two the one of my all time favorite christmas songs i know that sounds funny but it always has been i don't know what it is about it makes me do the white man over by which means you are welcome back to the gay delhi denied that you're listening in today well what does show this has been so far and i have melissa smith on with me i from wc jio chicago and i i'm so grateful to have her aboard today were talking about the sexual allegations that sort of the kind of went into kindness because the left's view of kindness is really kind of skewed because i think they do it more so without god the god element inside of teaching kindness it's almost like you don't need your values and morals you just have to be kind in the way we're gonna teach you to be kind and embrace things you'd never embrace and i think that god elements really missing in our country we don't have to reinvent the wheel the wheels been invented and that is when you love god and when you are raised that you love your neighbor to but we were just talking about kindness the movie wonder is a great movie about showing people what kindness can do and must have brought up a great point and that is in the movie this kid has a very scarred appearance and he has a lot of people that that are kind to him uh that help bolster up his ability to have uh courage to stand up to those that aren't nice to him and and it does it's it's all of those other people in his life to that are courageous enough to be kind and to kind of step outside the boundaries there and say i'm not gonna look at his appearance i'm just gonna be nice to him and were trump were talking about teaching kids kindness and and and making them very aware that an and.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Smith where's the lion costume and king's jersey with the number seventy two as the teams mascot bailey smith is mary to melissa smith the director of human resources for griffin's employer during an elevator ride at the arena last december smith well dressed in the bailey costume put one hand on one of griffin's shoulders and use the other hand to squeeze the plaintive buttocks these suit alleges and a suit states that griffin complained the next day to melissa smith who became angered and the plaintiff was quote taken off the schedule for a time griffin was subjected to win bear seen derogatory remarks by coworkers when he returned including quote was his hand furry the suit states sad griffin was fired during a meeting with melissa smith and he believes he lost his job four complaining about her husband's alleged conduct of his warning marriages and morning noon fyre cay in a.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Just fantastic bustled is so highly highly recommend welcome back to the show melissa smith we're talking about rudeness in america the talks this city level and we see doubt talking about melissa's neighbors and she's been having such issues with these people and i've noticed more and more of this going on we've got to sit in the airline industry we've notice that people you know i think now people are armed and i say armed with a cell phone because they know that fire early anything that goes viral can actually ruined somebody and i feel like people use this to their advice and it's sort of like a bullying kind of technique that people can use when you're not happy with something ghosted secretly film it or film it and then all of a sudden now it's not that i'm not grateful we don't have tape sometimes to some of these things otherwise you would know about them but we're coming on a time when this talk city levels getting higher and higher and what do we do as a society to deal with this because i have people now in my life uh this year because i am not anti trump okay they have literally stopped talking to me so we can't even have a conversation we can't even speak anymore they absolutely will not even speak to me and these were people that i've known for years and so this is getting to a point where that i've never seen before it because when obama became president i still spoke to them and i feel like the rules have changed now now it's i you you don't you're not against trump well i can't speak to you conversation over it's like the conversations have not only imploded they've stopped and so you have all of these these people in society that are in such different planes they're they're in different worlds on different planets now with their thinking and you know that so and then.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Down there yes sir yes ma'am good morning good afternoon how're you let me hold that door for you that's what we do down south you don't wanna live there anymore you know why melissa smith why midwest as best that's why our workout clothes will not working out that is a plague pox upon our nation right now everybody one around that well sometimes it's not so bad it just depends not that i judge anybody by the physical attributes or anything i don't operate that way at a you know that about me melissa smith you know that all i look at is the inside right right so records race right all right we just counted down weird things about america cool yeah foreigners no all of them we don't know are weird yet though french and friends w segio melissa smith has been our guest find harambe melissa the book warm on facebook would you say see you next time hey i'll see you next time a this guy used live right around the corner from you the guy on the john mellencamp video the guy to porch thanks melissa you the best test that mirror nasr didn't lewis melissa some just dawned on me i saw fort wayne is one of the fastest growing cities in america do you know that could the her all those living for hair yup almost every play i was just has the route that we can never we never move away from here because we can't afford anything the loaded for people who come to the city from somewhere else yeah it's hard to leave bent it's like the hotel cal for ya all right uh the fan forming the.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Alive i k delhi radiocom app i'm not on your will dial yet which i will be soon and also the email me educated k delhi radiocom anand insisted the emails in fact you can message melissa as well uh you can find her on facebook melissa smith where he will find you um if you if you go to the search bar and it okay any an app with a were you will find me i'm melissa smith and that's the search yeah he to find my pay absolute there's lots of a doctor the bookworm melissa the bookworm and also f you have a book in you want to be on the show or that's a big contact melissa on facebook and we'll make sure in review what you've got i know old bowl i a lot of people emailing me uh their story needs to be toll i get it and filter through as many stories as we can uh to bring you the best of the best and i love that people are reaching out they know but we're gonna sirte which is an amazing so good and we've been talking about donor fatigue and i know all of us feel that way um i know that we can get into this this thing where we just go oh my gosh if one person so much money on monthtomonth that you can expand on on on the emerge the world and i always knew people donating why are people putting them more into preparedness why were we not why are we not for as prepared as we need to be only one per cent had fourteen days of her and had enough meals to eat without the cook under one un percent in in hurricane harvey that is an extraordinary fact and i will realize how few people are spending money on this well there i i have an.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Named after john mccain's father ten soldiers tent sorry ten sailors still missing as a last time that i checked do we need to be too quick to hop on the navy or could it be some of these merchant vessels that aren't up to sleep first off definitely hop on the navy for terrible watch standing terrible watch standing i don't know what the heck is going on with that i mean i would say a few more choice words which i have here a me off i know i am absolute thirdly disappointed in the navy itself for leading the standards fall that that far and i wanted to ask you that i know we've got all this technology we could rely upon but but it's not submarines we have people on watch like you said physically on above board gag patrolling looking around for any other vessel dini two aircraft any thing absolutely ordinary buddy everybody that was on watch at night should have been paying attention even even to the point as a sonar tech i would have seen it get closer to us yeah you would have heard it get closer to what's the smallest thing you can detect a sonar deck of shrimp a group of shrimp really yeah well i would think about no matter how small than should exert loudly you should have seen it change course utions zina get at you like that's the issue that i have in the in the other thing is the civilian side of it were nobody's on watch that forget it system i will i will absolutely shame on them for doing that but at the same time navy watched anders need to be accountable for each other we'll talk more about that okay coming up mayor steve haggerty events than my buddy patrick surely he's a country boy i mean from way down south y'all i want to get his perspective on some of these uh these confederate monuments mel melissa smith will join us a couple of times today wsb with candace hill from the.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Welcome to the key show glad you joining me wow what a show we have for you today and dad melissa smith and i had it isn't a second hour i also have sarah russell joining us who is on she is a millennial in a second hour i she's going to be so fun to talk to you she has done some work for a prager you and she is dennis prager university and she is going to be an easing teams so got a lot going on in in this hour i have so much to go over i just don't want to waste time i because there's just too much information to just too much information to maybe set the record straight on some things and i am going to talk about nine eleven a little bit today hopefully hopefully in the first hour and i want your thoughts on this too and i also well you know wet let's just get it i i want to say i waking up with the news that president trump signed a bill imposing sanctions on russia you know my own congressman even in my own state was all for this and i was just you know what are you do shake your head i i feel like i'm shaky my head all the time at these at these goons haven't heard that word and a lifetime heavy ah i just thinking that this this that driving us closer to world war 3s a great idea all of these people that are hook line and sinker with a with a with the russia's situation it it's amazing to me how putting sanctions on them is supposed to punish them for doing something that were accusing them of we don't even have any proof there's no proof but but every congressman i guess in senator because it went through with a landslide let me tell you there was under is only five total holdouts 5 out of.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Can't say that enough that was robin williams character there uh let's move on the top quote for when you're feeling really down boy i hope this is good what are you have melissa smith well it's from um mm meet condo at old movie uh then this is from a speech delivered by gary killer era character in the movie love them he says i know a lot of you were saying what can i do and just a little punk i don't count or you're dead wrong though it'll punks have always turn it because in the long run the character of our country is the sum total of the character of its little punk nah i love gary cooper that's a good moment to watch me john doe now air my favorite gary cooper is still sergey newark i'm again killing his killings again the book and then he went on to kill i dunno forty or something nazis on his own i am a lesser thanks so much for the pick me up two hi fronts mr four here with foreign the day from the revolt to the northshore the chicago winter has already been the while we all we for spring you're refuse things to keep in mind i already know that seoul dust and debris or the other me of your beautiful wood ford's wipeout salts things quickly evacuated trimark regularly to keep the group off before remember to use the mr four with work lunar for regular maples what is higra scotland which means both absorbs loses worcester depending on the humidity of the you're in the environment around just like a sponge would will shrink when it's verge inexpedient when it becomes more of the temperature outside robs you may notice gaps between some with your four words that are the result of the loss of moisture during could winter bonds with the erased run flooring will give off some of this moisture causing it to shrink mixture to run your beautify your and keep the relative humidity in your home above thirty percent to prevent these.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Anything else you were saved about wonderwoman before we go over this but yeah and and i'll tell you something it is true about i have not been i am not a fan of any of the uh the berg are the marvel are the dc comic movie that have been out he added watch any andani to it here about any of them don't care about that now i think i fighter man when i first came out about when wonderwoman came out i said i wouldn't go see wonderwoman it's an absolute home run of a movie go ahead it is it is and so my hope and i ask him i figure i go see wonderwoman totally he wanted to go see not the quicker we he's more of a fan of those kind of action movie and i am yeah but when we got there we watched it the theatre had about half an half i mean it was a lot there were a lot of women in the movie yeah cool i prepared are so yeah wonderwoman if definitely filling got net are are you know for women who are looking for that he row person in nearby career is always or or a monster or a mutant you know there are a thing i have i have always wondered about wonderwoman other linda carter we're clearly drop dead gorgeous right yeah but he didn't win because she was gorgeous no indication of a mart absolutely resourceful yeah okay on your talking about this becoming its right it's really cool list here yes so in this article this a t it was it a teacher that wrote a yes i work at a kindergarten and this is a collection of cute wonderwoman related things that happened within a week of the movie being released were speaking with melissa smith here our best good friend now go ahead analysts start with these he's so yeah you can imagine if some of the kids are starting to hearing and wonderwoman so on monday a boy who is obsessed with iron man told me he asked his pair for new wonderwoman lunch by i hope he really did otherwise he's getting to work early trying to ingratiate himself maybe a baby whatever it takes.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I car grabbed on my windshield wipers and then like our melissa smith is the woman on top of her car they laughed at that could in the car laugh at me islamic hiring tried knitting and throwing me off a venturi the teens bail smith jumps in her own car now rolling away amazingly she walks away on heart i don't think it's fully sunk in how really bad that credit van der would a really bad decision i mean she didn't have any he'd never like a child in a car righteous they're alone i know it not the right decision that it was like i think waller vehicle was recovered smith's purse and phone argonne her fiance was the first person she reached the say she was okay terrifying for her and terrifying that stuff happens and it's kind of becoming the norm are upset at the path of the kids who tried to steal her car flat call it's not going to make a successful it's not going to make good on its money it is very hard they're not listening to you you can tell them that their you know that's not the right path in live they're not going to change their lives because you said that if you're in trouble now well i right be right but those kids are not worried about the term big trouble right their parents have tried their teaches have tried the friends have tried the relatives of tried everybody failed so now they're getting in your car and tried to take off with your car the fall it's not gonna make you love little speech she has for these carjackers snapchats snapping snuck not cool man it's cool to and sense when she the judge of what's cool flat call it's not going to make a successful it's not going to make good on its money if you're in trouble now sharing the video hoping warned others how quickly you can fall victim that this can happen olivetti an anywhere anytime today a credit for crack rafter him yeah now she's right yeah that's about a broad daylight like miracle let's go staff the talk show hosts chelsea handler at tea on netflix show i know five to ten people who have done it and they've all said that it's absolutely life changing and that is a hundred years of therapy an our today executive producer heidi clemence joining hollywood trendy conscious seekers i was told.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"French of france melissa smith and i are here i hope you're here to otherwise something has gone terribly wrong in your life weird counting down the best inventions to come out of each state in the union we left with indiana where mr balladur gave us the gas pump thank you sir no gas cans force in kansas was moved to kansas william purpose in charles wilson teamed up nineteen oh nine to give us what the helicopter may not really early early years earlier than i would have gas although i did i've always heard that davinci had you at least the sketches the plans for a helicopter don't know if that was true or not kentucky coming straight out of kentucky nineteen fourteen i wonder if there's anything to do with people in the minds i dunno without checking in all i have is three lines here says kentucky gasmasked that's what came out of it garrick morgan invented in nineteen fourteen so good an unusually if now you know that a gasmask was originated in kentucky now louisiana with a lot of people don't knows louisiana is not as backward as people think we have been given a number of interesting things out of louisiana including those amazing boats that landed the beaches of normandy those personnel those troop carriers nasa dig down there and optics optics for a big thing to john leonard ride l.

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"melissa smith" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"melissa smith" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"About your husband or trade invited to a family reunion like what second a look like yeah holidays but that's era will drier and melissa smith there's been married for eleven years she has to kids and now she's going through divorce she and her husband are working with the counselor to help them through the process they want it to be and a couple melissa smith is also a mother of two and recently went to her own divorce using mediation they sat down together for our series been there conversations between people at either and of a shared experience one big question sara had was how explain to friends and family that despite being hurt she isn't looking for a fight i feel a everybody expects that there's going to be this desire for you know really go get them in stick it to him and you know that kind of thing yet they can lie to try to atlanta firing you for sure and you know i actually i got to the point where you know i had somebody he and we five hundred dollars in cash and it like go get an attorney inhouse like i'm not that's not the right so i'm going to it's not what i want yeah i think it it there's an atmosphere fear around it where it's like if you don't do at first ben he's going to come after year when even the kids are going to be out on the street and it's sold to for cole to stay out of that cycle i think we had two or three mediation sessions and it would get he did not like we were screaming yelling but it was like who's going to get this fifty thousand dollars to you and i mean i'm the right in deal you know we be like at bats that i'm walking out of her getting attorney because i know i have a right to some of money and then the second you threaten that that oh man i'm going after for on kate you're i'm going to get the kids more than fifty fifty and so are mediator stood such a wonderful job of keeping us in the room until we are golf satisfy and i don't know how she did issues america worker but you know just keeping high is you know that's what i just had to keep.

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