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"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Yeah I love how tactical Michael Gets when she talks about using spreadsheets to keep track of the different narratives and pathways through an experience that she's designing. Yeah I think so. Many times artists talk about their inspiration or the vision for the work. They've created which is fine but they leave out the nuts and bolts of how they actually build the thing. It's so so true and how that thing is built is really often. I'd say maybe always piece by piece talking with Michael made me feel a little less crazy and our love of base camp to keep track of wall of the moving pieces for this podcast. I know that you oh you get many at base camp alert. Email me when I'm creating new to do lists in there but you know it really helps us both in juggling a lot of projects ax or even just one. You really do have to become your own master of project management. Absolutely plus. I appreciated her honesty about how she collaborates with. So many different people and ultimately how she's accountable to them which means not over promising for example or for ensuring that she communicates clearly the vision that is in her head. I mean obviously spreadsheets. Are One way to do it when it's something involving unlike timelines or numbers. All things math pinch. Sports are also an incredible tool. I know you and I use them a lot to organize and share visual visual information as well. Oh yes you know my love for Pinterest. Board runs deep but yet I think that's so true you know we often talk about how you often start by creating something and then once you've created a thing and you have more people you're working with then all of a sudden you're managing eight and I really loved Michael's transparency with how. She's working with her team members to keep them engaged and inspired and feeling scene and I also love hearing her talk about how she learns new skills you know it's so embedded in being on the cutting the edge of a new field or doing work that combines different worlds and different genres being kind of continuous learner is a job requirement. It is Christina. Where do you go to learn new things? It's such a good question. I mean. Honestly it's any number of places really. We've talked on the show about the classes classes I took at NYU to learn more about computer science. And some of the small group like workshops for creative nonfiction writing. I've also used appliqued duo lingo when I WANNA learn foreign language skills and yeah even online resources like skill share like former. Gosh you Pereira offer or honestly. Youtube Youtube has so many good videos. Everything from like how to tie a bow tie to installing installing baby locks kitchen cabinets. I don't know I just I think for people who want to be continuous learners. There's never been a better our time to have access to experts sharing that expertise for low or no costs. Yeah what about you. Where do you you go to her new skills? I love all of those resources. I'm a big fan of learning things online. You know a friend of mine and I both really wanted to learn some basic photoshop skills for different Brin jobs and we took this online class together like we just set a date at her house and we would go and watch videos together and it was just a really great way to do do it with friend. I'm kind of our little school together. Yeah and you know. I have to say so much of how I've grown as a producer and a director has has been on the job and it's been everything from like realizing that I needed to put a shot list together and not knowing what a shot list looks like and finding finding a downloadable pdf online that's a fighter a downloadable excel spreadsheet and then brushing up on my excel skills watching touching video about all of the above. You know so. I think I'm just a huge fan of learning by doing right. There's no substitute for experience. And I think that if you can continue to find opportunities even at the job that you currently have or the jobs that you currently have that may not be your ultimate job but particularly I found even working for smaller brands. That might be more open minded about me just trying out a skill that's adjacent Jason to one I have but it's still new for me. I've really found ways even in the work. I currently have to build my skill set. So take a look at all. The tools rules the US to manage collaborate across your projects. And if you're still using pen and paper and you know those scraps of paper keep going missing You know me so well no judgment take an hour or two this week and try out some of these digital tools to see if they're worth making taking the switch totally I mean. We mentioned that we use basecamp Christina. You have extolled your Trello. Praise on our podcast. I've become a recent user of Kasana and I have to say I really like it. It it is just like me assigning tasks to me but he'll sperry empowering so let us know what your favorite resources are learning new skills and for managing new projects. We love hearing your updates and your questions you can reach us on twitter witter instagram at. Tld any pod or you can email us at hello at tld any PODCAST DOT com. Or if you're not afraid of the telephone you can leave us a voicemail l.. At eight three three high. Tld Emmy that's eight three three four eight five three six three and don't forget to dial the extension eight. Oh three when you call to leave a waste meal if we can just keep. The voice melt the art of the voicemail alive on Shell so so happy. We will link to thirteen e. x. p. the and some of those project management tools we mentioned in the show notes which you can find at -til DNA podcast dot com slash one. Oh five thanks so much to our producer Maya Coal and to you for tuning in has always always. Please subscribe rate and review on Apple. podcasts if you like what you heard it really helps us get the word out to fellow human diagrams until next time remember the limit does not the limit does not exist is a production of iheartradio iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I don't think America has ever gone back to the way that it was before the DC sniper. The gunman most likely a skilled skilled marksman fired. Six Times in the course of sixteen hours to kill the five people in one day and then went on the rampage for the next month. He was is a psychopathic cold blooded killer that can never walk the street again. Listen to monster. DC sniper on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts casts or wherever you get your pockets..

Michael Christina producer apple Youtube NYU US Pinterest twitter Pereira America Brin Maya Coal Jason Apple. director
"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Yeah I love how tactical Michael Gets when she talks about using spreadsheets to keep track of the different narratives and pathways through an experience that she's designing. Yeah I think so. Many times artists talk about their inspiration or the vision for the work. They've created which is fine but they leave out the nuts and bolts of how they actually build the thing. It's so so true and how that thing is built is really often. I'd say maybe always piece by piece talking with Michael made me feel a little less crazy and our love of base camp to keep track of wall of the moving pieces for this podcast. I know that you oh you get many at base camp alert. Email me when I'm creating new to do lists in there but you know it really helps us both in juggling a lot of projects ax or even just one. You really do have to become your own master of project management. Absolutely plus. I appreciated her honesty about how she collaborates with. So many different people and ultimately how she's accountable to them which means not over promising for example or for ensuring that she communicates clearly the vision that is in her head. I mean obviously spreadsheets. Are One way to do it when it's something involving unlike timelines or numbers. All things math pinch. Sports are also an incredible tool. I know you and I use them a lot to organize and share visual visual information as well. Oh yes you know my love for Pinterest. Board runs deep but yet I think that's so true you know we often talk about how you often start by creating something and then once you've created a thing and you have more people you're working with then all of a sudden you're managing eight and I really loved Michael's transparency with how. She's working with her team members to keep them engaged and inspired and feeling scene and I also love hearing her talk about how she learns new skills you know it's so embedded in being on the cutting the edge of a new field or doing work that combines different worlds and different genres being kind of continuous learner is a job requirement. It is Christina. Where do you go to learn new things? It's such a good question. I mean. Honestly it's any number of places really. We've talked on the show about the classes classes I took at NYU to learn more about computer science. And some of the small group like workshops for creative nonfiction writing. I've also used appliqued duo lingo when I WANNA learn foreign language skills and yeah even online resources like skill share like former. Gosh you Pereira offer or honestly. Youtube Youtube has so many good videos. Everything from like how to tie a bow tie to installing installing baby locks kitchen cabinets. I don't know I just I think for people who want to be continuous learners. There's never been a better our time to have access to experts sharing that expertise for low or no costs. Yeah what about you. Where do you you go to her new skills? I love all of those resources. I'm a big fan of learning things online. You know a friend of mine and I both really wanted to learn some basic photoshop skills for different Brin jobs and we took this online class together like we just set a date at her house and we would go and watch videos together and it was just a really great way to do do it with friend. I'm kind of our little school together. Yeah and you know. I have to say so much of how I've grown as a producer and a director has has been on the job and it's been everything from like realizing that I needed to put a shot list together and not knowing what a shot list looks like and finding finding a downloadable pdf online that's a fighter a downloadable excel spreadsheet and then brushing up on my excel skills watching touching video about all of the above. You know so. I think I'm just a huge fan of learning by doing right. There's no substitute for experience. And I think that if you can continue to find opportunities even at the job that you currently have or the jobs that you currently have that may not be your ultimate job but particularly I found even working for smaller brands. That might be more open minded about me just trying out a skill that's adjacent Jason to one I have but it's still new for me. I've really found ways even in the work. I currently have to build my skill set. So take a look at all. The tools rules the US to manage collaborate across your projects. And if you're still using pen and paper and you know those scraps of paper keep going missing You know me so well no judgment take an hour or two this week and try out some of these digital tools to see if they're worth making taking the switch totally I mean. We mentioned that we use basecamp Christina. You have extolled your Trello. Praise on our podcast. I've become a recent user of Kasana and I have to say I really like it. It it is just like me assigning tasks to me but he'll sperry empowering so let us know what your favorite resources are learning new skills and for managing new projects. We love hearing your updates and your questions you can reach us on twitter witter instagram at. Tld any pod or you can email us at hello at tld any PODCAST DOT com. Or if you're not afraid of the telephone you can leave us a voicemail l.. At eight three three high. Tld Emmy that's eight three three four eight five three six three and don't forget to dial the extension eight. Oh three when you call to leave a waste meal if we can just keep. The voice melt the art of the voicemail alive on Shell so so happy. We will link to thirteen e. x. p. the and some of those project management tools we mentioned in the show notes which you can find at -til DNA podcast dot com slash one. Oh five thanks so much to our producer Maya Coal and to you for tuning in has always always. Please subscribe rate and review on Apple. podcasts if you like what you heard it really helps us get the word out to fellow human diagrams until next time remember the limit does not the limit does not exist is a production of iheartradio iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I don't think America has ever gone back to the way that it was before the DC sniper. The gunman most likely a skilled skilled marksman fired. Six Times in the course of sixteen hours to kill the five people in one day and then went on the rampage for the next month. He was is a psychopathic cold blooded killer that can never walk the street again. Listen to monster. DC sniper on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts casts or wherever you get your pockets..

Michael Christina producer apple Youtube NYU US Pinterest twitter Pereira America Brin Maya Coal Jason Apple. director
"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Yeah I love how tactical Michael Gets when she talks about using spreadsheets to keep track of the different narratives and pathways through an experience that she's designing. Yeah I think so. Many times artists talk about their inspiration or the vision for the work. They've created which is fine but they leave out the nuts and bolts of how they actually build the thing. It's so so true and how that thing is built is really often. I'd say maybe always piece by piece talking with Michael made me feel a little less crazy and our love of base camp to keep track of wall of the moving pieces for this podcast. I know that you oh you get many at base camp alert. Email me when I'm creating new to do lists in there but you know it really helps us both in juggling a lot of projects ax or even just one. You really do have to become your own master of project management. Absolutely plus. I appreciated her honesty about how she collaborates with. So many different people and ultimately how she's accountable to them which means not over promising for example or for ensuring that she communicates clearly the vision that is in her head. I mean obviously spreadsheets. Are One way to do it when it's something involving unlike timelines or numbers. All things math pinch. Sports are also an incredible tool. I know you and I use them a lot to organize and share visual visual information as well. Oh yes you know my love for Pinterest. Board runs deep but yet I think that's so true you know we often talk about how you often start by creating something and then once you've created a thing and you have more people you're working with then all of a sudden you're managing eight and I really loved Michael's transparency with how. She's working with her team members to keep them engaged and inspired and feeling scene and I also love hearing her talk about how she learns new skills you know it's so embedded in being on the cutting the edge of a new field or doing work that combines different worlds and different genres being kind of continuous learner is a job requirement. It is Christina. Where do you go to learn new things? It's such a good question. I mean. Honestly it's any number of places really. We've talked on the show about the classes classes I took at NYU to learn more about computer science. And some of the small group like workshops for creative nonfiction writing. I've also used appliqued duo lingo when I WANNA learn foreign language skills and yeah even online resources like skill share like former. Gosh you Pereira offer or honestly. Youtube Youtube has so many good videos. Everything from like how to tie a bow tie to installing installing baby locks kitchen cabinets. I don't know I just I think for people who want to be continuous learners. There's never been a better our time to have access to experts sharing that expertise for low or no costs. Yeah what about you. Where do you you go to her new skills? I love all of those resources. I'm a big fan of learning things online. You know a friend of mine and I both really wanted to learn some basic photoshop skills for different Brin jobs and we took this online class together like we just set a date at her house and we would go and watch videos together and it was just a really great way to do do it with friend. I'm kind of our little school together. Yeah and you know. I have to say so much of how I've grown as a producer and a director has has been on the job and it's been everything from like realizing that I needed to put a shot list together and not knowing what a shot list looks like and finding finding a downloadable pdf online that's a fighter a downloadable excel spreadsheet and then brushing up on my excel skills watching touching video about all of the above. You know so. I think I'm just a huge fan of learning by doing right. There's no substitute for experience. And I think that if you can continue to find opportunities even at the job that you currently have or the jobs that you currently have that may not be your ultimate job but particularly I found even working for smaller brands. That might be more open minded about me just trying out a skill that's adjacent Jason to one I have but it's still new for me. I've really found ways even in the work. I currently have to build my skill set. So take a look at all. The tools rules the US to manage collaborate across your projects. And if you're still using pen and paper and you know those scraps of paper keep going missing You know me so well no judgment take an hour or two this week and try out some of these digital tools to see if they're worth making taking the switch totally I mean. We mentioned that we use basecamp Christina. You have extolled your Trello. Praise on our podcast. I've become a recent user of Kasana and I have to say I really like it. It it is just like me assigning tasks to me but he'll sperry empowering so let us know what your favorite resources are learning new skills and for managing new projects. We love hearing your updates and your questions you can reach us on twitter witter instagram at. Tld any pod or you can email us at hello at tld any PODCAST DOT com. Or if you're not afraid of the telephone you can leave us a voicemail l.. At eight three three high. Tld Emmy that's eight three three four eight five three six three and don't forget to dial the extension eight. Oh three when you call to leave a waste meal if we can just keep. The voice melt the art of the voicemail alive on Shell so so happy. We will link to thirteen e. x. p. the and some of those project management tools we mentioned in the show notes which you can find at -til DNA podcast dot com slash one. Oh five thanks so much to our producer Maya Coal and to you for tuning in has always always. Please subscribe rate and review on Apple. podcasts if you like what you heard it really helps us get the word out to fellow human diagrams until next time remember the limit does not the limit does not exist is a production of iheartradio iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I don't think America has ever gone back to the way that it was before the DC sniper. The gunman most likely a skilled skilled marksman fired. Six Times in the course of sixteen hours to kill the five people in one day and then went on the rampage for the next month. He was is a psychopathic cold blooded killer that can never walk the street again. Listen to monster. DC sniper on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts casts or wherever you get your pockets..

Michael Christina producer apple Youtube NYU US Pinterest twitter Pereira America Brin Maya Coal Jason Apple. director
"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Another full time job because we all have to pay bills and that fulltime job is working for a small business this group of Athletic Clubs in Chicago and the owner of who gave me a lot of just kind of saw in me the ability to think about marketing and sales in a way that was was authentic and real and so off wall raising this money. I'm also in this marketing space in which were actually trying to connect to community so at the time I think I thought thought like Oh these are all disparate parts of my life. Yeah and now I realize those were the threads of a braid. That was going to come together. And I don't actually think to to be very honest until maybe like two years ago. Did I really see that really. Truly two years ago I was like Oh right it because all these pieces replace now. Yeah and like and I don't think along the way I was going. Oh I have to do these experiences. This is for this and I have to do this for this. I actually enjoyed all components of all of it. I thought that made me less of an artist because I was like I actually really in doing this thing you know. And there's that culture of that makes you not and then I started to go who cares. This is what I'm doing and we'll there. Is this stigma Brown. Like if I'm not just pursuing this one modality Illich this. Yeah this one mode then. I'm not dedicated enough to that part of my craft or I mean that's when when there's mean voices this is in my head that's what they say. You know even the idea that like Oh if you have to have any other jobs to support yourself than you haven't made it yet a creator. There's an artist on. Yeah I mean I say this I would say this to my students all the time. Which is I? Don't really care what your creative life ends up looking like you're creative creative so if that means that working at a bookstore so you can go home and write your plays allows you to feel more creative than that's more important certain te then if you like up for other people being an Admin in a in a casting office is actually really helpful they learn a a lot from that and then for other people. It's like I actually really like working at this law firm or actually. I've found a way to teaching art. Or whatever those things are like Einstein Stein who worked at the patent office. That's exactly right. Yeah so home and do his science right totally. It's so personal. Individual in the New Year is upon us. which resolutions do you plan to conquer and twenty twenty become more mindful or create a healthier lifestyle through diet exercise and of course improved sleep? The sleep number three sixty smart bed helps everyone get the proven proven quality sleep that will change their life. Use The sleep. Iq Up to help create a routine the sleep number three sixty smart but is the smartest choice for better sleep and the best fed adver couples. It allows you to adjust on each side of your ideal firmness comfort and support it senses your movements and automatically adjusts to keep you sleeping comfortably through the night night with sleep. IQ technology inside the bed. It tracks. How your sleeping and gives you personalized insights for your best sleep? Discover proven quality sleep with a sleep number three sixty smart bed. Save one thousand dollars on Queen's special edition smart bed during the January sale only at a sleep number store or sleepnumber dot com slash iheart that at sleepnumber dot com slash iheart sleep. Number's the official sleep and wellness partner of the NFL. You have your own experiential entertainment studio called thirteen. Xp What are you making now. What I making now? Right is thirteen X. P. because it is this engine that hasn't existed and within that there's all of these different projects and I suddenly realized two years ago that if I wanted these projects to happen as experiential was growing there needed to be an engine and and that the experiential field was primarily commercials A brand would would would do it or they are like super hits like sleep no more right and and you can't replicate sleep. No more no matter how many times people ask me too. 'cause I was. I was lucky enough to be an associate associate director on that. That's not my work but I worked on the original Boston. I another museum of something is not necessarily the answer to every question. Yes I had. This thought aww. What if the first original content experiential studio which could hold all this? Ip had been developing not just of mine but with all the creators creators had social impact in its DNA and that it was original and brands instead of making experiential could buy advertising housing and it would end up looking the same but then the content will be better have a longer duration and so the project is right now. There are many projects but thirteen. Xp He is at the helm of those for sure. What I love about this Michael is is? You're talking about this. There's still these distinct areas and maybe it didn't feel like that at the time but from what I'm hearing is you had these like sort of marketing coup commissions jobs over here and then you had your social justice community and colleagues over here and you had the commissions from theater companies in institutions over here and what it feels like is going okay. How can I continue to integrate this work? I'm fascinated because your work obviously requires a solid knowledge of a bunch of different mediums. You know you intersect with technology technology. You obviously have a very sharp business acumen. You are dipping a toe Slash foot arm. Whatever in like like all these different fields how have you continued to expand your skill set? And your how do you learn as you are kind of adding each of these different tools to your toolbox. I think that's been both the best part. And the hardest part right. So I am definitively tentatively curious to a fault I will dive in head first and ask a lot of questions. I think there are certain rooms in particular aware. I've paid a lot of attention to listen much longer than I speak. I think that also it has had a lot to do with being unclear as much as I can with myself and then with the people who I'm working with what our goals are because they can't be everything the first time I think that it also I have failed a lot like I've been in rooms in which I have all the best intentions I know I do and I end the day. Probably no I do but it just doesn't work because I'm not there yet. I'm not understanding the language yet. They're not ready so working in a project based career and now heading up your own studio we WanNa know what are some of your personal project management strategies. So I'll say a couple things one is. I've learned that some sort of stability is required required for me to feel creative and until I feel that some sort of stability I will organize to the end. The like all keep writing lists is like there's a there's a I forget who says this but like the six time you right down the list. It's no longer helping you because you're just spending time writing that's right so so I love that the first five times absolutely time goes off. I know it's a six and you know you don't you know. Oh so I I also was brought up. came up as an artist believing that organization would it was how we took care of people right so to me I was. I'm always thinking about like well if my team and I are disorganized than a person who I'm communicating by email doesn't feel valued and so so to me that's like the most important thing that our organization systems do one could say that's good business one could say that's also just like a value right writing it. Making people feel safe is imported taking care of them like I get emails. That are everything from a student to a person who wants to hire us and so I want everyone. I want to be responded to him respected. At the same time I would be lying if I did not say that there are times in which that desire takes over my life. My desire that when my students who are Sou- my former students are super important to me email me and are having Some sort of question around what they're doing not personally but professionally that I want to get on that phone right and I'm not patting myself on the back about it. In fact I think I at times will. I use that to avoid the really sticky work that needs to get done. We use things like basecamp. Yes I think. I think that there is a way that for better or for worse that my brain Mike Creative brain has been about building. These like like you know. I love a good chart. So building a spreadsheet is how I tell story right. There's twelve simultaneous stories happening at the same time while they're sixteen ecksteen audience tracks. So that's just naturally how I began to tell story so that means that unfortunately or fortunately for my team I am thinking in Liberty I remember how the fourteen year old version of yourself. Oh if if you could write to that kid what would you say. I'm Chelsea arson join me on my podcast. Dear young rocker for each week. Write a letter to my younger self as she brings us back into the intensity of adolescents. Falling in love with your favorite song. 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"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Another full time job because we all have to pay bills and that fulltime job is working for a small business this group of Athletic Clubs in Chicago and the owner of who gave me a lot of just kind of saw in me the ability to think about marketing and sales in a way that was was authentic and real and so off wall raising this money. I'm also in this marketing space in which were actually trying to connect to community so at the time I think I thought thought like Oh these are all disparate parts of my life. Yeah and now I realize those were the threads of a braid. That was going to come together. And I don't actually think to to be very honest until maybe like two years ago. Did I really see that really. Truly two years ago I was like Oh right it because all these pieces replace now. Yeah and like and I don't think along the way I was going. Oh I have to do these experiences. This is for this and I have to do this for this. I actually enjoyed all components of all of it. I thought that made me less of an artist because I was like I actually really in doing this thing you know. And there's that culture of that makes you not and then I started to go who cares. This is what I'm doing and we'll there. Is this stigma Brown. Like if I'm not just pursuing this one modality Illich this. Yeah this one mode then. I'm not dedicated enough to that part of my craft or I mean that's when when there's mean voices this is in my head that's what they say. You know even the idea that like Oh if you have to have any other jobs to support yourself than you haven't made it yet a creator. There's an artist on. Yeah I mean I say this I would say this to my students all the time. Which is I? Don't really care what your creative life ends up looking like you're creative creative so if that means that working at a bookstore so you can go home and write your plays allows you to feel more creative than that's more important certain te then if you like up for other people being an Admin in a in a casting office is actually really helpful they learn a a lot from that and then for other people. It's like I actually really like working at this law firm or actually. I've found a way to teaching art. Or whatever those things are like Einstein Stein who worked at the patent office. That's exactly right. Yeah so home and do his science right totally. It's so personal. Individual in the New Year is upon us. which resolutions do you plan to conquer and twenty twenty become more mindful or create a healthier lifestyle through diet exercise and of course improved sleep? The sleep number three sixty smart bed helps everyone get the proven proven quality sleep that will change their life. Use The sleep. Iq Up to help create a routine the sleep number three sixty smart but is the smartest choice for better sleep and the best fed adver couples. It allows you to adjust on each side of your ideal firmness comfort and support it senses your movements and automatically adjusts to keep you sleeping comfortably through the night night with sleep. IQ technology inside the bed. It tracks. How your sleeping and gives you personalized insights for your best sleep? Discover proven quality sleep with a sleep number three sixty smart bed. Save one thousand dollars on Queen's special edition smart bed during the January sale only at a sleep number store or sleepnumber dot com slash iheart that at sleepnumber dot com slash iheart sleep. Number's the official sleep and wellness partner of the NFL. You have your own experiential entertainment studio called thirteen. Xp What are you making now. What I making now? Right is thirteen X. P. because it is this engine that hasn't existed and within that there's all of these different projects and I suddenly realized two years ago that if I wanted these projects to happen as experiential was growing there needed to be an engine and and that the experiential field was primarily commercials A brand would would would do it or they are like super hits like sleep no more right and and you can't replicate sleep. No more no matter how many times people ask me too. 'cause I was. I was lucky enough to be an associate associate director on that. That's not my work but I worked on the original Boston. I another museum of something is not necessarily the answer to every question. Yes I had. This thought aww. What if the first original content experiential studio which could hold all this? Ip had been developing not just of mine but with all the creators creators had social impact in its DNA and that it was original and brands instead of making experiential could buy advertising housing and it would end up looking the same but then the content will be better have a longer duration and so the project is right now. There are many projects but thirteen. Xp He is at the helm of those for sure. What I love about this Michael is is? You're talking about this. There's still these distinct areas and maybe it didn't feel like that at the time but from what I'm hearing is you had these like sort of marketing coup commissions jobs over here and then you had your social justice community and colleagues over here and you had the commissions from theater companies in institutions over here and what it feels like is going okay. How can I continue to integrate this work? I'm fascinated because your work obviously requires a solid knowledge of a bunch of different mediums. You know you intersect with technology technology. You obviously have a very sharp business acumen. You are dipping a toe Slash foot arm. Whatever in like like all these different fields how have you continued to expand your skill set? And your how do you learn as you are kind of adding each of these different tools to your toolbox. I think that's been both the best part. And the hardest part right. So I am definitively tentatively curious to a fault I will dive in head first and ask a lot of questions. I think there are certain rooms in particular aware. I've paid a lot of attention to listen much longer than I speak. I think that also it has had a lot to do with being unclear as much as I can with myself and then with the people who I'm working with what our goals are because they can't be everything the first time I think that it also I have failed a lot like I've been in rooms in which I have all the best intentions I know I do and I end the day. Probably no I do but it just doesn't work because I'm not there yet. I'm not understanding the language yet. They're not ready so working in a project based career and now heading up your own studio we WanNa know what are some of your personal project management strategies. So I'll say a couple things one is. I've learned that some sort of stability is required required for me to feel creative and until I feel that some sort of stability I will organize to the end. The like all keep writing lists is like there's a there's a I forget who says this but like the six time you right down the list. It's no longer helping you because you're just spending time writing that's right so so I love that the first five times absolutely time goes off. I know it's a six and you know you don't you know. Oh so I I also was brought up. came up as an artist believing that organization would it was how we took care of people right so to me I was. I'm always thinking about like well if my team and I are disorganized than a person who I'm communicating by email doesn't feel valued and so so to me that's like the most important thing that our organization systems do one could say that's good business one could say that's also just like a value right writing it. Making people feel safe is imported taking care of them like I get emails. That are everything from a student to a person who wants to hire us and so I want everyone. I want to be responded to him respected. At the same time I would be lying if I did not say that there are times in which that desire takes over my life. My desire that when my students who are Sou- my former students are super important to me email me and are having Some sort of question around what they're doing not personally but professionally that I want to get on that phone right and I'm not patting myself on the back about it. In fact I think I at times will. I use that to avoid the really sticky work that needs to get done. We use things like basecamp. Yes I think. I think that there is a way that for better or for worse that my brain Mike Creative brain has been about building. These like like you know. I love a good chart. So building a spreadsheet is how I tell story right. There's twelve simultaneous stories happening at the same time while they're sixteen ecksteen audience tracks. So that's just naturally how I began to tell story so that means that unfortunately or fortunately for my team I am thinking in Liberty I remember how the fourteen year old version of yourself. Oh if if you could write to that kid what would you say. I'm Chelsea arson join me on my podcast. Dear young rocker for each week. Write a letter to my younger self as she brings us back into the intensity of adolescents. Falling in love with your favorite song. The way only teenager can getting up the nerve to join a band struggling with anger and body issues crushing on. Someone's so hard. Can't breathe around them experiencing how truly awful I kissed can be feeling like you could I and with flaming ball of anger sadness or both at any second making a decision. That could cost you your friends your band and your entire Social Daria Rockin. You're not alone you lived through it. You're living through it now. Got This kid. Hearing rocker comes from double elvis productions is created and hosted by me Chelsea Ersan and executive produced by Jay Brennan Airman disgraced land episode one drops Wednesday January Fifteenth listened to dear young rocker on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Another full time job because we all have to pay bills and that fulltime job is working for a small business this group of Athletic Clubs in Chicago and the owner of who gave me a lot of just kind of saw in me the ability to think about marketing and sales in a way that was was authentic and real and so off wall raising this money. I'm also in this marketing space in which were actually trying to connect to community so at the time I think I thought thought like Oh these are all disparate parts of my life. Yeah and now I realize those were the threads of a braid. That was going to come together. And I don't actually think to to be very honest until maybe like two years ago. Did I really see that really. Truly two years ago I was like Oh right it because all these pieces replace now. Yeah and like and I don't think along the way I was going. Oh I have to do these experiences. This is for this and I have to do this for this. I actually enjoyed all components of all of it. I thought that made me less of an artist because I was like I actually really in doing this thing you know. And there's that culture of that makes you not and then I started to go who cares. This is what I'm doing and we'll there. Is this stigma Brown. Like if I'm not just pursuing this one modality Illich this. Yeah this one mode then. I'm not dedicated enough to that part of my craft or I mean that's when when there's mean voices this is in my head that's what they say. You know even the idea that like Oh if you have to have any other jobs to support yourself than you haven't made it yet a creator. There's an artist on. Yeah I mean I say this I would say this to my students all the time. Which is I? Don't really care what your creative life ends up looking like you're creative creative so if that means that working at a bookstore so you can go home and write your plays allows you to feel more creative than that's more important certain te then if you like up for other people being an Admin in a in a casting office is actually really helpful they learn a a lot from that and then for other people. It's like I actually really like working at this law firm or actually. I've found a way to teaching art. Or whatever those things are like Einstein Stein who worked at the patent office. That's exactly right. Yeah so home and do his science right totally. It's so personal. Individual in the New Year is upon us. which resolutions do you plan to conquer and twenty twenty become more mindful or create a healthier lifestyle through diet exercise and of course improved sleep? The sleep number three sixty smart bed helps everyone get the proven proven quality sleep that will change their life. Use The sleep. Iq Up to help create a routine the sleep number three sixty smart but is the smartest choice for better sleep and the best fed adver couples. It allows you to adjust on each side of your ideal firmness comfort and support it senses your movements and automatically adjusts to keep you sleeping comfortably through the night night with sleep. IQ technology inside the bed. It tracks. How your sleeping and gives you personalized insights for your best sleep? Discover proven quality sleep with a sleep number three sixty smart bed. Save one thousand dollars on Queen's special edition smart bed during the January sale only at a sleep number store or sleepnumber dot com slash iheart that at sleepnumber dot com slash iheart sleep. Number's the official sleep and wellness partner of the NFL. You have your own experiential entertainment studio called thirteen. Xp What are you making now. What I making now? Right is thirteen X. P. because it is this engine that hasn't existed and within that there's all of these different projects and I suddenly realized two years ago that if I wanted these projects to happen as experiential was growing there needed to be an engine and and that the experiential field was primarily commercials A brand would would would do it or they are like super hits like sleep no more right and and you can't replicate sleep. No more no matter how many times people ask me too. 'cause I was. I was lucky enough to be an associate associate director on that. That's not my work but I worked on the original Boston. I another museum of something is not necessarily the answer to every question. Yes I had. This thought aww. What if the first original content experiential studio which could hold all this? Ip had been developing not just of mine but with all the creators creators had social impact in its DNA and that it was original and brands instead of making experiential could buy advertising housing and it would end up looking the same but then the content will be better have a longer duration and so the project is right now. There are many projects but thirteen. Xp He is at the helm of those for sure. What I love about this Michael is is? You're talking about this. There's still these distinct areas and maybe it didn't feel like that at the time but from what I'm hearing is you had these like sort of marketing coup commissions jobs over here and then you had your social justice community and colleagues over here and you had the commissions from theater companies in institutions over here and what it feels like is going okay. How can I continue to integrate this work? I'm fascinated because your work obviously requires a solid knowledge of a bunch of different mediums. You know you intersect with technology technology. You obviously have a very sharp business acumen. You are dipping a toe Slash foot arm. Whatever in like like all these different fields how have you continued to expand your skill set? And your how do you learn as you are kind of adding each of these different tools to your toolbox. I think that's been both the best part. And the hardest part right. So I am definitively tentatively curious to a fault I will dive in head first and ask a lot of questions. I think there are certain rooms in particular aware. I've paid a lot of attention to listen much longer than I speak. I think that also it has had a lot to do with being unclear as much as I can with myself and then with the people who I'm working with what our goals are because they can't be everything the first time I think that it also I have failed a lot like I've been in rooms in which I have all the best intentions I know I do and I end the day. Probably no I do but it just doesn't work because I'm not there yet. I'm not understanding the language yet. They're not ready so working in a project based career and now heading up your own studio we WanNa know what are some of your personal project management strategies. So I'll say a couple things one is. I've learned that some sort of stability is required required for me to feel creative and until I feel that some sort of stability I will organize to the end. The like all keep writing lists is like there's a there's a I forget who says this but like the six time you right down the list. It's no longer helping you because you're just spending time writing that's right so so I love that the first five times absolutely time goes off. I know it's a six and you know you don't you know. Oh so I I also was brought up. came up as an artist believing that organization would it was how we took care of people right so to me I was. I'm always thinking about like well if my team and I are disorganized than a person who I'm communicating by email doesn't feel valued and so so to me that's like the most important thing that our organization systems do one could say that's good business one could say that's also just like a value right writing it. Making people feel safe is imported taking care of them like I get emails. That are everything from a student to a person who wants to hire us and so I want everyone. I want to be responded to him respected. At the same time I would be lying if I did not say that there are times in which that desire takes over my life. My desire that when my students who are Sou- my former students are super important to me email me and are having Some sort of question around what they're doing not personally but professionally that I want to get on that phone right and I'm not patting myself on the back about it. In fact I think I at times will. I use that to avoid the really sticky work that needs to get done. We use things like basecamp. Yes I think. I think that there is a way that for better or for worse that my brain Mike Creative brain has been about building. These like like you know. I love a good chart. So building a spreadsheet is how I tell story right. There's twelve simultaneous stories happening at the same time while they're sixteen ecksteen audience tracks. So that's just naturally how I began to tell story so that means that unfortunately or fortunately for my team I am thinking in Liberty I remember how the fourteen year old version of yourself. Oh if if you could write to that kid what would you say. I'm Chelsea arson join me on my podcast. Dear young rocker for each week. Write a letter to my younger self as she brings us back into the intensity of adolescents. Falling in love with your favorite song. The way only teenager can getting up the nerve to join a band struggling with anger and body issues crushing on. Someone's so hard. Can't breathe around them experiencing how truly awful I kissed can be feeling like you could I and with flaming ball of anger sadness or both at any second making a decision. That could cost you your friends your band and your entire Social Daria Rockin. You're not alone you lived through it. You're living through it now. Got This kid. Hearing rocker comes from double elvis productions is created and hosted by me Chelsea Ersan and executive produced by Jay Brennan Airman disgraced land episode one drops Wednesday January Fifteenth listened to dear young rocker on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"mikhael" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"That's it. But now if that happens well, and it's funny to talk to guys now, of course, age was on that team and talk to them. And they say, oh, it was overblown. I'm lying. I don't think it was. Yeah. I don't think so at all like 'cause now if if like, Kyrie Irving said that now, these guys are a bunch of sissies, you know, Jaylen Brown would be reporting the union or something. I don't know violation. So I mean, it's just it's a different world. I like the I like that we're a lot more. Honestly, the guys were. So we try to face time with them. We used to go to practice. Yeah. And I used to go really really early because I was so young and so much girl like the only one, and I was like how my ever going to get a leg up or just just a chance. So I used to just go really really early before practice, and that's how I got to know bird. Yeah. Bird was always there. And mckell was always there. You know, everyone talks about bird putting up the shots into another work Mikhael Mikhail that every bit as much the same thing. He put in every bit as much work. He really did. And so that's how I got to know those guys a little bit, you know, because even then even for those times bird was difficult as I'm sure you remember it was just hard to get him on your own. It was you know, you didn't have a cell phone to text them. All even if you did you'd never have is number. Yeah. So it was it was there were ways. Wrote on the bus with them, occasionally, not always you catch them in their ports to right? I remember once we were in Milwaukee going. That's why I was only on the I wasn't on the beat along time only like a year and a half we were stuck in hockey. And there's no it was mid west express member the airline the free cook chocolate chip cookies. And so there was no. There was no lounge for them to hide in you know. And so this kid came up to bird till the store before and asked him you won't play cribbage. He's like, yeah. So they unload the cribbage board because then burqa just play cribbage and put his head down anyone. No one could come up and bothering it was because Because the kiss. the kids like I gotta catch my fights. Like, no other plenty. But I just remember in that particular that particular day, I was sitting there and bird. I think it was the first time he ever said my name because I didn't really think he knew my name because you never really, you know, he wasn't like trying to exchange pleasant trees with you too often. But I think you said Jackie can I borrow like a pen or something. I was like I think this is progress. Yeah. Because you just any kind of interaction with those guys guys like DJ, and Danny they were great Danny love to make fun of me. They had a lot of fun at my expense. All those guys did they had quite a bit of fun at my expense, which but it was good. It was in the perfect frame of it. I never felt like they were ridiculing me. I just felt like they were making me part things in the best way. They knew how you know. And he had way less people in there too. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. We were in Richfield, you know, the original calcium. So they're playing the Cavaliers there's only one hotel. We all stay in the same motel because their thing..

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Warriors can learn from Showtime Lakers after Durant-Green meltdown

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:18 min | 3 years ago

Warriors can learn from Showtime Lakers after Durant-Green meltdown

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Warriors can learn from Showtime Lakers after Durant green meltdown by Scott Osler opportunity knocks before Monday nights courtside meltdown between Draymond green. And Kevin Durant. The warriors were on their way to making history by winning their fourth NBA title in five years, maybe on their way to a couple more titles after that big stuff. They figured to go down in history as phenomenal team with an asterisk so much talent that it was impossible to lose. Now, the warriors can wipe out the asterisk and stamp themselves. As a team that transcends its greatness and teaches the world lessons in character, toughness and brotherhood. If the warriors managed to survive this crisis and win another title, and maybe keep the band together going into next season. Even the doubters and haters will be forced to admit men. This is a team it won't be. Easy. This one goes deep. The case can be made that the warriors were born as championship team in their preseason finale in twenty four teen when power forward David Lee pulled a hamstring. Green was moved into the starting lineup and the warriors won twenty one of their first twenty three games. And haven't looked back does the dynasty now. Die with green. Well, that's up to him to Durant and their teammates one thing that might help. Stop throwing around the cliche that the warriors are like a family and every family has squabbles. Most families Aren composed of multimillionaires from vastly different backgrounds. Superstars, all whose performances and personal lives are inspected and critiqued on a daily basis by millions. If the warriors are a family there the Kardashians. Except that the Kardashians are forced to get along. They have no other options. What is going to leave the show and do summer stock? The warriors. In trying to hold things together and rise above the mess. They've created might wanna give Magic Johnson or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar call back in the eighties. Those to lead the Showtime Lakers to five NBA titles and three other trips to the finals, and I kind of image is the ecstatic Johnson bear hugging Obdulio Jabbar moments after they won their first NBA game together in nineteen seventy nine to the outside world. That's how the Lakers wore for a decade. Conjoined quintuplets fused at the heart. But those two main men magic and Kareem were not tight. It would be hard to find two personalities more destined for conflict. Everybody could see that. We weren't favored POWs or buddies the first three or four years Johnson told sportswriter Steve Springer in me when we co wrote a book about those days magic and the other players tiptoed around Abdul Jabbar, the Mikhael center big fella as they called him soaked public. Weekly. When Johnson got fat new contract. Johnson privately longed for the day when Obdulio jabbar's retirement would allow him to unleash his full array of offensive talents throwing elements of sex drugs and rock and roll a legion doubters and haters and a complex cast of teammates all unfolding onto the spotlight of Hollywood and the birth of the new NBA, and it's a wonder Showtime held together for ten minutes. Let alone ten years in retrospect, it looked so smooth but old fans. Remember, how Johnson became the first athlete ever to fire his head coach and how the front office dynamited team chemistry by trading a beloved all-star, nor Nixon and how the players nearly mutinied at what they perceived as the theatrical tyranny of head coach, Pat Riley, it would take volumes to explain how it worked. But for Johnson it all came down to his pet phrase that seemed as shallow as the LA river. But was as deep as the Pacific Ocean. It's winning time back then parsing out the relative blame in credit was impossible, and useless. Same now with the warriors where does green register on the one to ten guild scale six point five when is Durant going to get that huge warriors forever neck tattoo. We all know how warriors owner Joe lak- feels about the organization, but we're about to find out if this team is light years ahead of the rest of the NBA in unity and character or just another group of skilled squad lers in Steve Kerr, the warriors couldn't possibly have a better head coach to guide them through this turbulence if Dr Phil judge Judy and Jimmy Fallon somehow had a kid it would be Kerr. But this one is on the players. The warriors challenge might be even harder than the one faced by the stone-age Lakers back in the days before Twitter and podcasts, but the concept is the same. Same. It's winning time. There's the time clock warriors. Do you punch in or punch out?

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"mikhael" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"So I don't know what to tell you. I I don't know where that goes. But I I went into mechanical engineering because I wanted to work in the automotive industry. And I thought that was a good path in and then I realized that I was going to be someone else's number monkey. Yeah. And I didn't want to be that like I didn't want to be the on the mat together for someone else because I wasn't good enough of an engineer to be at the top. Yeah. So I wanted to be the best that what I did. So did something else. I wanted to design cars, and and people will Well, you you have. have to be mechanical engineers, like no I wanted to be fucking chip foos. But no-one said go to arts center and learned to draw dude. I just did a panel. Chip foos. He's great. He's great sweetest man came and Wayne Carini, right? There was so you. Yeah. Right. So so just real quickly. It was at the scene center stage. I do panels like every year because I just like you. I enjoy talking voice, which is great with these headphones. But. No. But I really I enjoy talking about what we do is a culture, and what we do because like beneath all this and behind everything from again, like I one of my main goals is like keeping car culture alive. Right. Like, that's just huge thing for me. And so Haggerty. Did this like thing on like why we drive and I did talk with them. I did that last year was that they did that was they have you talked to the Peterson. And then like, hey, would you mind sitting on a panel Sima? Sure, no problem. And like, I look at my my haven't assistant. I know that sounds pretentious. But I'm a busy guy. So my systems like, hey, you have a thing at three o'clock, and you need to show up like twenty minutes before and blah, blah, blah. So like, okay, cool. I don't look at any of it. I just know that I'm talking last year. I talked in like, you know, like behind the cafeteria in a room for like twelve people. Right. So this year, I show up get there. And I'm like, and I just see chip foods and Wayne in like mceal from Haggerty Mikhael Haggerty, and and Wade Kawasaki from Sima, and I'm like. Am I at the right thing. Like, why am I here talking to you guys? And then he says, Mr. Delgado. Yeah. And then the stool has my name on it. And they introduce everyone, and they're like this is blah, blah, blah. This is what he's done. This is what he's done, and I'm like sitting at the end feeling like I've shown up to the wrong party under dressed, and then they'll like and a man who needs no introduction. They're not talking about me. You must have missed the car. Clearly. And block. I'm the guy behind the guy. Sorry. But it was it was cool. A good group chips. Great I met chip years ago during like the chip boom with rides when he was doing overhaul. Yeah. He's and he remembered me which I thought was well, he's like a true. He's like a real by really respect. When you meet people, and they remember you when they're like way way outside of the like atmosphere. Yeah. And it's always cool. When you're like, he's like, hey, how you been? I haven't seen since the magazine days. And I was like, oh, yeah. It's weird. I had a very fun night with with all of those guys at Sima last year at at a dinner where a lot of wine was served, and there was some fun stories throat around. It was good good grew gals them. But yeah, there's there's a tips for his engineering. What's I say, we we still people before just find a shop that or place doing things you were interested in and just trying to get an internship trying to get an entry level job. Like, you know, you may be overqualified for something. But that's what you'll learn to build and do the cool shit that you want to do internships in the most important thing you'll ever do because you'll either learn that you don't actually want to do what you thought you wanted to do which is what happened to me in engineering, I did an internship. And I was like, oh, really this isn't what the pamphlet looked like I was going to be driving like race cars like this is not what it is..

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"mikhael" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I think they just do who sounds. So this is that I kind of ROY into going into this avenue and books, so well, I mean, that's to the creepy vibe. And the puppet you mentioned is very very scary. When you look at it. And when you go to to see thing, this is this is you don't want any more of it, and Matthew is very good at giving those kind of slight talk a fix to it where you kind of see in the corner creeping along and you call it a little bit stop motion to it. It's very scary. Gary creepy. There's no jump. Most of sleigh. Bells. Supporting go on strong playing Morris and his is his phenomenal. Yeah. I it felt so real and again, just very slimy. Character. Just. Cigarette food in his dog dingy place in the production design on this is phenomenal. Obviously very influenced by that sort of nineteen seventies. British folk Hora like sort of bleak. Wasteland vision of England's I mean, I think it sets an East Anglia everything is grey in grim and Brown Brown, and the greens. And you know, the house they live in this sort of vision of squalor, and you can see the this tobacco stains on his. So there's all these These sort of. very subtle touches of just unease and dreads, and it it it leave the cinema just feeling a bit weird. Yeah. I it has it is a face to the senses. L tikal. No, good face sense. I really enjoyed the film is is that Indy. Hora. We should. I think British films need to when you more this kind of thing. Yeah. It was I it's of structurally, it sort of just it doesn't really have like three acts way of. Do you have a three act structure, it just sort of things happen? So I struggled at times to get bit of purchase on if you know what? I mean. It's so it's so so of dreamlike. Yeah. And it doesn't quite go the direction you go. But it, but in terms of a mood piece in terms of atmosphere. Yeah. Knox yourself fantastic. So Matthew homeless is one of the few people who's made more films, and he's watched. Flood lot and bits of sick. Four stars. Then for possum, which sounds. Chilly. I mean, just Sean Harris movie, and I'm terrifying. Terrifying. He may will be the guest on her fairy land. I'm I'm not sure I can watch this. So soon after the hunting of hill high with some might need a moment or two long. Myself back together, this Mikhael houseman to to guide you through this Winson good looks Sweeney..

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"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Everybody heard about this case. It was just disturbed and the Juliet police chief. Mike Trafton was quoted of saying of the case. This is one of the most brutal heinous and upsetting things I've ever seen in my twenty seven years of law enforcement not only the crime scene, but the disregard for common decency towards human beings. And that's pretty much how I feel like we feel in how everybody else's gonna fill listening to this podcast as well. Right? But I think one of the big takeaways for this is just like monsters out there. You know, they invite you to parties. They will give you a beer. They hand you a controller to their video game. You know, you're playing games within one second. This is not listen. Murders are uncommon statistically within the human population, but within murders, this kind of depravity isn't when you when you're at a place where you think is safe. You invited. To somebody's home. They're all thinking, we're going to do something to these people and you have no idea. You're there to have a good time that is not of the fifteen thousand murders that happen are sixteen thousand actually that happened in America that is incredibly small percentage. We're talking one or two percent of what what happens you're sitting there. I'm having a good time and these people around you are thinking were waiting to jump on. You do something bad to you. He's actually, I feel like people who engage in kind of really high risk lifestyles are kind of a little bit more on edge a little bit more aware of their surroundings, a little bit more dialed into walking into dangerous situations where they could possibly like pick up on something. These guys were completely vulnerable. I was talking to Sarah about this our first reconnection, and just like when you read the council, this these sound like forty five year old. And criminals who've just been messed up their whole lives. And I've been doing this kind of stuff was three. These kids had no criminal background. The victims had no criminal background. It's just like. Oh, how and you wouldn't be on the defense. They're young. They're all under twenty. Five. Why would you think you'd be in danger playing video playing grand theft auto and having some beers with your friends? All right. So let's hear. I mean, obviously, Sarah, our first connection lives in the area she heard of this crime. Let's hear her reaction to hearing about this in not only hearing about this hearing that one of her students was directly in Baltin this and another student who she knew. I have not heard of anything that gruesome happen. I mean, there are definitely murders that happen, senseless murders, I'd say, but definitely not to this extent. So in terms of coverage of it, I found out on, we have the Jillian patch all the patch for each county or area around here. And I found that I'm there which is just local news stories. I honestly and I'm not sure because I don't. I don't watch like live news broadcasts, so maybe that's I didn't see it a lot, but my parents didn't know about it, you know, and they live relatively nearby. And a lot of people that I've talked to like a lot of my family members did not know about it. So there wasn't even that much coverage of it, which is the bizarre thing is this was like disgusting. You know act and it was just not talked about. It was not talked about involve, definitely. This is like our areas. Urban legend. But in reality is real and that's the most serving part of it. It's not just a, oh, this, you know what happened in this house, blah, blah, blah. This actually happens and it's, it's weird. I remember it was surreal, like tell my family about it because it's just it's it's very strange being connected to one of those peoples that were involved. And yeah, it doesn't seem real and everyone every time he's held the story everyone gets and is disgusted by. And it's just like, this is real. This is real life. Unfortunately. So I know what we've said so far in this episode is haunting hornet despicable these actions of these perpetrators really couldn't get any worse..

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"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"These four suspects are being questioned by police in custody v. revealed their intentions in terms of disposing the bodies. And I know we just heard a little bit of that from Josh, but they really were trying to put all these plans and emotion. So Aircon Terence's their lifeless bodies or sitting in this house. At a Lisa Bethany, Ataman Joshua. They're trying to concoct this plan on how to dismember them, get rid of the remains and cover up this crime. So I, what they do is they ditch the car, which is the car that Terrence drove to the house and they leave it at an apartment parking lot, which is on the other side of town, and then they go to Walgreens for some soda and beef jerky. Hell. Then they consider putting the bodies in vehicle and setting on fire, but then they say that all that would draw too much attention obviously because it's car on fire. So they said, well, why don't we dump them in the water in another location and you? It's funny because this guy was talking about CSI and NCIS and everything. And then they were actually going through this kind of thing, which is the worst things that you can do. Right Bethany had told the officers that Josh wanted to keep the teeth of the deceased as trophies after they had cut up the bodies. We like our, we're gonna have the bodies that we're going to keep the teeth. I mean, I'm just like I'm at a loss. It's it's just they just didn't sharp objects to its teeth or like a quintessential like killer trophy. At least Josh could, for sure, in a budding serial killer like this kind of absolute to learn human life. Unbelievable. So Adam ends up going home and he gets supplies to aid in this disposal process. So it's the typical plot supplies to rubber gloves, bleach, a saw and a blow torch, maybe still in the car on fire, right? And but as we know the for them never acted on any of these ideas than ever used any of this stuff because they settled on calling Bethany, dad for help, and then he called the police. So they had all these grand ideas. Let's do this. Let's do that. Oh, we're gonna cut them up, but I'm gonna. I'm gonna say the teeth and all right. You go home and get all this stuff and get the blow torch and everything. And then they said, limited call my dad dolts for help. Do you guys remember unsolved mysteries. I used to watch that show every single day..

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"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Do you guys have any friends would be lucky. I would totally do that for, you know think so. Really. We don't have bad friend friends for the decade, and we have a lot of the same friends and I don't think a single one. No, because we're all like decent human beings, no harden. No everyone. Okay. All right. But this is different though. I mean, this is different because this is this is daughter his daughter, his daughter calls him up my mom. You don't send me. You don't have a daughter that you don't have any kids. You don't have any kids though. It's totally different. You should be waiting Billy. I wanna tell you guys. All right. So would you help your kids high dead body? Let's talk about your daughter because this is what Bill, whose names Bill. All right. If my kid called me up and said, dad, will you help me berry, not even one body to body? Could you imagine receiving that phone call? And I get a lot of awful strange calls from not awful, but usually the involve, I need money need this, you know? But from my daughter and I wouldn't know, I would say, no, we're going to go get a lawyer and we're going to go to the cops. That's what I would do because they're going to find out, especially since you call. Me and probably called me from your cell phone and this is all gonna go down really, really badly. So no. Yeah, you you, you call the cops and this guy did the right thing. And when we talked to Sarah Bethany teacher, she said, you know, some parents of the students. She taught kind of, you know, it could have gone one or two ways. So let's hear what she has to say on. I read that he last with her CHAI or she's last picked up for trials, and I call her dad and he to help clean up the bodies. And he was like, no, I'm gonna. I'm gonna call the cops on this one. And then he wants your grandma's and kankakee, I think, but yeah, you he's never, you never know what the parents. I mean, I'm hoping that they would hope would do what her dad did everytime, but you never know completely agree that they did the right thing. But yeah, as far as defending, I mean, that's what you're gonna do for your child. I got. But yeah, I'm glad they turned her in. What happens? Bethany, DOD calls the cops, all of them are rested, police arrested, all four of them adamant, Josh initially started the story about how Eric and Terence tried to rape the girls, which we kind of mentioned earlier, which is what prompted that altercation that led to their deaths. The police didn't buy a second of that story and Josh, the oldest who's the only one with a criminal record and the three other kids told police dot, the murders were his idea. He was immediately like made the mastermind of this whole situation. Exactly. So let's hear from the mastermind himself from behind bars. Alza mastermind of all these people did this. I did that like house they possible. Even I even don't the Bethany bitch need like me that I just met him two days prior to the incident house is so late. Jedi mind trick. There s. Like Joseba possible. The one girl David lake me the guy even dull me and the two guys died. The dude I told I did tell him, get off me get off me by, say Adam kill the guy lake state that. I was. The whole planning and everything. Everybody had their own low idea of getting rid of buddies and everything. I was thinking. Criminal minds all the all the FIA siding. Crime labs. Shit with a piece of piece of my ear about over. Outrageous. Charles Manson take and how can I be that if I'm more slow in than half these..

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"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Feelings about that? Oh, my God. So many things say, schilling thing to here. First of all, he's very self aware of kind of how messed up his brain is. And he's he's almost a poet in the way that he describes it at the end, which is really chilling. What bothers me. It's like he's reveling in it. He knows what he's on trial. He's about to go on trial for and he's like leaning into it. Yeah, to disturb people in trying to own the fact that he's this like bad mother who has done these hard things, and I feel like it's this. I don't feel like he's saying like that though. I think he's kind of explaining himself in like a matter of fact way, but I think he's also he's trying to be the monster. He's trying to portray himself as the monster will. Yeah. Well, now he's trying to go to a good heart about. I wonder if that's an icy lira I think he's your Hearst this, like this is the kind of guy he is. That's something I feel I keep practice. Those are metaphors that are kind of poignant. Yeah. Those were not off the cuff, and I looked up that riddle box that he said that he's whatever he's trying to do, and it's one of their albums, and it's this clown that has a split tongue. So that's what he's trying to turn himself in to. I don't know, what do you make of just I know they're a million normal. People do it, but the body modification you want irs's and he wanted to do all of these other things that I think the thing that's disturbing about it is not that he wanted to do any of this. I think it's the fact that he split his tongue in two with a string. We talked a little bit about the victims. We talked a bit about the forest suspects for perpetrators in this case, but how exactly did they know each other? How did they end up at that house that night for into the victims? Say that Terrance and Eric were called to the home by Bethany, and she invited them. Over and she ended up bring his friend Alex. So he she really invited Terrence. Yeah, yeah. And then Terrence invited air. Oh, I'm bringing Eric over and she said, okay, fine. I don't even think she knew. I think it was a surprise. He just like showed up with Eric, but she was the honeypot in a sense, right? So terri- it actually talk to a friend on the phone while he was partying with the four kids, and he actually jokes that they were telling him that him and Eric had been kidnapped. He said that they told him you aren't going home tonight, and he said he thought it was joke, right, Terrance, laughed it off those limi-. Nobody's gonna take that seriously. You're not leaving a ha. Great. Cool. Hold me hostage hot chicks, whatever right now. But another friend of Terence shared a photo that had been posted on Instagram about two days before his murder is a picture. Actually that turns taken of Adam in Bethany who are facing each other in the picture with a mirror in Adams. Lap Amir from some cocaine? Yeah. Yes. So this is setting up here is that they were France? They were friends. They had been hanging out two days before this at a different, you know, hang or different shindig at the same house. They were not strangers. They weren't great friends. They were quaint ses, and it was also rumored that Bethany. Terrence had a thing. That's how this this connection was made. This is how they were invited over and they started hanging out with this group and least in Bethany, had been best friends, and this is just kind of how all of them are brought together. I agree is brought to you by penguin Random House audio..

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"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"We talked about Lisa, we talked about Bethany. We've talked a little bit about atom folk about Josh minor. Okay. So Josh minor was actually the oldest of the four, and he had a pretty serious criminal record when he was sixteen. He pled guilty to filming a child pornography video in twenty ten, the jury convicted him of residential burglary and inside prison. The judge enrolled the heavy drug user into some sort of a boot camp program joss Annalisa had this on again off again relationship, but they've been involved for a few years. Although Josh Melissa were couple at one point, she filed a restraining order against Josh clearly during one of those off again periods. Okay. Now, as far as Josh goes, this is a really unique situation because a reporter was able to get into the jail wall Josh's waiting to go to trial and they. Were able to conduct a number of interviews with Josh. So we can actually give you a peek into the mind of this depraved individual, and this will really help you guys get a glimpse into the kind of people we are dealing with. With ahead of time piercing and then I put a string of through and then I took strain typed. It starts on the pulling in sauna and split it. Why? Why would you do the not win? Because my birthday June, thirtieth of like my golden birthday is going to turn into a free. I wanted wanted white gold fans teeth wanted feigns. One tone split. I want my ears Pugh of kid like one of them like shaped like a bad or or whatever, because. I'm in nice EP consent compassi. The riddle box is my my card. I guess you'd say. It's it's like a snake clown and it's like a snake climate. Okay. So one that and my tire life. I was always into movies, freaky things and stuff like that. So I wanted to be a real pirate drugged about a a lot of books like actual books of history, like jerk rule and all the blood land, paler all I want be actual impaired. I was looking for things and also stuff. Some outrageous shit. And when I think about shit, it's like, I don't know how to explain things like walking like with, I feel, but I don't feel I see things, but I don't care about, but. Literally take the shirt off my back to help somebody, but then just turn around and take another person shirt off their back. Like I would care. I don't know how to explain it is just a good person, but I like I got a good heart but going to bed. So..

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"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Sarah, and my first degree connections is that I was a teacher for one of the students who was involved in they nightmare and hickory street murder. I thought Bethany. So I started in the middle of the year, and so it was her last semester of high school. And when I first came into the classroom, she was very quiet. She was reserved she had, I think you have glue hair at the time. So I think in pictures, use blue hair to he's just had the demeanor of kind of a grumpy old lady. I remember her saying alone a lot. No one really wanted to, you know, you don't wanna really talk to her too much 'cause he might or might get angry at you. She would leave early to go take care of her child. But overall, I mean she was a good student. She did all her works. She was there because she needed to get the credits and her high school diploma. So other than that, you really. Didn't cause too many problem. Okay. So what did you guys think of Sarah's first impression of Bethany Mckee? So we pretty much have the. She kinda didn't have any friends. She was a little bit grumpy. I think that I mean, knowing this case. That makes sense. So now we know about Bethany. We've got kind of a glimpse behind the curtain of Bethany as, but what about the other three? What is what are their deals? So a lease was the eighteen year old who lived at that house on hickory street. And she lived there with her dad, but she'd been friends with Bethany and Adam Landman for years. Bethany had been one of her childhood friends for a long time and atoms mother is a police sergeant at the Juliet police department, which is bunkers. That is horrible. I mean, I just can't imagine what his mom the whole has put. The whole thing is horrible. Who to serve and protect like, can you. No, I can't. But of course, are first degree connection didn't just meet Bethany. Adam went to the same school so she had an encounter with him also, let's hear what she had to say about ten. I'm not sure if it was weeks or months later, she did bring her child in to visit with Adam who was another. He was a former student. I never had him, but he was the former student at the school have your at. So he came and visited other staff that has been there. And so she brought her child with Adam to just visit. 'cause sometimes students, they, you know that we're all they have for a lot of students, so they wanna come visit and and just kinda thank you for everything that you've done. So it was kinda like that she was. She was, you know, missing us and thanking us didn't know Adam personally. But I do have I had students that have parents says cop or come from really good families and they are just, yeah, kind of looking to rebel against them. And I think it's because he hasn't had to go to jail. Had any consequences because he has that safety net to pull back on. I think a lot of students think are teenagers in particular think that they're invincible and they are pushing the boundaries..

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"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Graduated from Juliette central high school. He made the honor roll. He was on wrestling and track, and he also played minor league football. In the area and coached youth football at the stop DOD. So he was a good kid. He had a fiancee and a couple of supposed to get married a month after Terence and Eric were killed. Terrence was described as a very outgoing loving person. His mother said that he had hoped to go to college and wanted to be a social worker. He likes making music dancing and playing sports or these were just to normal good kids. One was gonna get married. They're just normal everyday guys, right? And Billy said that, of course, they had already entered into rigor mortis, which is generally happens, eight hours or so after murder. So they were missing for at least eight hours, but they had actually been missing for over twenty four hours. And the parents of both boys had been worried sick when they both decided to go out and then never returned. So the ninth they went missing, Eric watched a movie with his mom, stepdad in say, and he left about six PM saying that he had to go Dr Terence somewhere and Terrence and his mother were very close. So she called him a number of times after it started to get late to see where he was, and he never responded, which is really uncharacteristic of him. She then Texas him. He didn't respond and his phone was under her phone plan. So she then called her cell phone provider and to see if she could track where the phone was and the find my iphone type thing, but tried to track down this phone to see if they could place where he was. They couldn't do that, but they could tell them the last person he had a call with in that was Bethany, Mckee who we've already been introduced to in this story. Ever since I turned thirty. My main goal is to get pieces of clothing and excess reason. Shoes that are good quality. That will last me a long time. I'm done buying all like really crappy quality stuff that's gonna break in like two days. So when I was looking for shoes, I came across his brand, and I'm so stoked at their one of our sponsors. 'em jemmy is a mazing. They're redefining the luxury Italian footwear market..

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"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"mikhael" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Is Juliet, Illinois, which is Thomas thirty miles south west of Chicago in it's the fourth largest city or town or whatever. You want to describe it as in Illinois. So it's not a small town? No, it's and it's a town famous for its prison. Oh, yeah. Joliet didn't. He has ever seen blues, brothers Mel. All right. All right. Juliette, Jake, that's one of the blues brothers were, okay. Julia prison is is at giant prison. It's incredibly famous. Yes. Well, that's but also kind of odd again that this case didn't get that much coverage if it comes from a place that was kind of surrounded by that. Exactly. It's it's so strange and this entire story where they normally do start with nine one one call. This one starts with a call made by a daughter to her father and Bill Mckee is the father in this case, and he answered a call from his eighteen year old daughter. Bethany Mckee in on the phone call. She had a disturbing chilling requests for her father. She said that she and her friends needed help disposing of the bodies of two men that they had murdered a day or so earlier in a house on hickory street, which is in a suburban neighborhood in Joliet. Now on the phone, clearly he was shocked, disgusted, horrified. All the emotions father would experience when my daughter has a request like that, but he did agree to help. However, as soon as. Hung up. He obviously called the Joliet police department and with the police would find at this hickories route home and what they would eventually learn from the four young people involved in these murders would be what nightmares are made of. And I have to say that I know you've said it before the level of depravity. In this case, it's like nothing. I've heard in quite a while and the bulk of the information in research for this case came from either the Juliet patch or court documents. The report for the Juliet patch was given police documents which details, you know, verbatim transcripts of what the suspect said. So that's where we're getting all of us info. This is not hearsay. It's very reputable information. And like we said, the accounts are explicit, troubling callous, and you get the picture. So Bill Mckee calls the police after getting this disturbing call from his daughter in they are dispatched to the house on hickory street and. Billy, what did they find their cellini pit? The picture of the exterior of the house. At first, it definitely doesn't live up to whatever vision you have of the nightmare on hickory street. Probably Vokes. It's a pretty on remarkable house. It's tan with white trim, two stories, chain link fence around it. Nothing was alarming about the exterior of the home when the Jillian police reproached and they said they got a call. So in the cops knocked on the door, they met an eighteen year old girl named Lisa Massaro, and she told the officers that their currently to other people in the house with her twenty four year old, Josh minor was upstairs in nineteen year old. Adam Landman was down in the basement, and when police went to approach Adam, he was lying in fetal position and he refused to talk to them. And then he finally stood up and turned toward them with a massive grin on his face rights. And then they went up to the bedroom to find Josh minor, and he was sitting on the couch smoking a cigarette with this. Nonchalant attitude, and he said to the cops, I did the guy with dreadlocks. He then told them that is for an atom killed the other one when the police entered. Another thing that they noticed is that everyone's still seemed to be partying. They had grand theft auto up on the TV screen..

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