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The Road to Bouillon
"Today's story starts as soon as many good stories. Do with a german chemist whose family vig was one of the people who invented modern chemistry as a field and his contributions are vast in laboratory science and culture in nutrition. And once again we have the wonderful flavor historian nadia bernstein on the show and for the purposes of today's episode leagues contributions to agriculture are. Not the most important. We're interested in his nutrition. Science at the time in the eighteen hundreds scientists were hard work trying to understand. What the heck food actually was. This is kind of what chemists were up to you back then in the nineteenth century they were like. There's all of this stuff in the world what is it made of. Let's figure it out and name it. It's not just name it but decide which bits of it were essential chemists. Were trying to break food down into its elemental parts and understand exactly which parts we needed to survive in the eighteen thirties. Scientists named and identified protein and they found it particularly fascinating so why not just keep breaking things down was the trend at the time and scientists noticed that different protein-rich foods seem to be made up of slightly different building blocks. These are what we call amino acids today. If you think about proteins as molecules i mean most of us aren't thinking about perkins molecules. But if you imagine it it's sort of long molecule that's composed of a lot of different component parts of which are amino acids and what hydrolysis is basically this process of blasting that big molecule apart into these constituent pieces. This is in fact. Exactly what did hydrolysis he took hydrochloric acid and used it to break down or dissolve matt and then figure out what the different kinds of amino acids were lee bigs. Big breakthrough was identifying one particular amino acid creating which he then also found in the muscles of living animals. He found it in especially high levels in the muscles of a fox that died while it was running. And that's what led him to the conclusion that creating was the key to muscle action. People had been claiming that meat was important for health for a really long time but leagues contribution was to show at least based on his science at the time that the protein in meat was critical for muscles and so it was an essential component of a nutritious diet. League went as far as to say that the protein element of food was the only true nutrient meet. Was it said when his friend's daughter came down with typhoid league. Knew exactly what she needed me but she was too sick to digest solid foods. So league took some cook chicken. He grounded up. He soaked it in hydrochloric acid to dissolve it altogether at what he thought was critical creating. Then he added another chemical to neutralize the acid and turn it into table salt and then he gave the young girl this salty savory broth and she recovered and this led to what became one of his most popular discoveries at the time league was able to use chemistry to create a modern version of beef tea leaf. Tea had been popular with the sensitive and the sick leave for a few decades. The idea was that invalids. He were too delicate to eat. A great big steak could still get all its goodness by boiling that stake in water straining it and then drinking the resulting meat juices. Basically the idea is if your sickly. If you're wasting away with any of the numerous diseases that may have afflicted the dickensian populace mid nineteenth century. What you want to do is to get an easily and readily absorbable. Both sort of strengthening food of protein leagues was different from traditional beef t. He didn't need to boil meat for hours. To break it down. He could use hydrochloric acid to league. This meant he could keep in more of the good stuff from meat in the broth. He thought boiling. It was less effective. So liebenberg's beefed. He was kind of this. Concentrate at this sort of hydrolysed blasted part beef proteins made into a liquid broth that sickly little orphans and delicate women could sip and thus beyond the way to restoring their health lee big published his beef tea formula and a quickly became all the rage with fragile elite searching for something to pep up their delicate constitution pharmacists would make up a big batch. Evaporated and zealot under the name extract. Carney's extractive meet. It was classified as a legal drug. in germany. in fact it was considered so essential that pharmacists were required to keep it in stock. Doctors reported that league's formula for extractives. Carney's could be useful for tuberculosis. Typhus various dumped arrangements. and scruffy. One doctor said it could be a useful substitute for brandy and cases of exhaustion. Depression and despondency. I'd rather have a brandy but the point is leaving. High tech version of beef d. was a wonder drug in the eighteen fifties. It was thought of as a way to give the goodness of muscle forming meat to the week in puny
"nadia a" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Everybody welcome to another episode of village. Global Venture Stories on here today with a returning guest Nadia Akbal Nadia. What welcome back to the podcast extra heaven. So not allows episode was called Whatnot Ball thinks about basically everything and just when I thought, we had covered everything not originally.
Emergency Rooms And Health Clinics Become Voter Registration Hubs
"So medical schools, clinics community health centers in North Carolina are now giving patients the option to register to vote check to see if they are registered or request a male invalid the nationwide initiative known as vote Er to boost voter registration in hospital and clinic waiting rooms founder an emergency room physician at Massachusetts General Hospital Dr Alistair Martin says, university, and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill medical schools have registered hundreds of people to either vote or. Request. A mail in ballot using ipad kiosks and flyers with Cannibal Barcode patients can access using their smartphone boating is now public health issue because of COVID nineteen who better than healthcare providers physicians nurses other healthcare. Workers. Martin. ADDS that across the country voter registration rates are down largely due to the pandemics shutdown of public places such as the DMV or community outreach events where people are most likely to get registered I'm Nadia Ramlogan
"Back to the woman who never snacks Hercules and the woman who told US her story be Wilson B.'s most recent book is called the way we eat. Now she started to think about the concept of smacking when Elliot Hercules told her. She doesn't stack now because she never smacked as a kid in the Ukraine she and her brother, would he delicious hearty breakfast which might increase something like Buckwheat Porridge and maybe some wonderful preserved fruits. And then they go to school. And School in those days only lasted for a long morning. And then they'd come home an every ten minutes. Sit Down to this huge ritualized delicious cooked lunch. And so she said, why would we need a snack because they were never hungry and you would just be ruining the wonderful richer lives those delicious shad meals Elliott has since moved to London be told us all said she's not nostalgic for everything. There were a lot of upsides to leaving the Ukraine that said she does keep up this way of eating in her family today she was saying Hassan because he goes to a British school and it's completely normal to snack not. It's constantly saying where my breadsticks whereas my cereal fall because that's Mum's bring and she would still say Tim is not in our culture is not we do hearing about Elliot's Knack Free Lifestyles started be down a path of wondering will did British people always snack or is snacking new thing when we're snacks invented but that leads to another question that has to be answered I. What is a snack? That's a great question because it is entirely not civil to answer. I mean or it's one of those questions, which is sort of like the Supreme Court's definition of pornography right? You know it when you see it. And that is another of our favorite food writers who has also been on gastropod multiple times talk about artificial flavors and blue raspberries the wonderful Nadia Bernstein, and now onto a third repeat gastropod guest, the band is back. You might remember Barry Pumpkin from our three part series on sugar and artificial sweeteners a year and a half ago. He's a world expert in nutrition and obesity and researcher at the university. Of North. Carolina a snack is actually not a simple to define as you could imagine but. The way we've defined it over time is something aside from a normal meal so it could be. A morning snack it could be an afternoon. It could be an early evening or could be very laid evening but aside from the normal two or three meals a day that. Personality that still seems a little vague to me etymologically according to the Oxford English dictionary. There's this precursor meaning because archaic meaning which is basically to snack is to kind of snap your teeth like a dog. In the seventeen hundreds at records a now obsolete meaning to share or divide. So the example the only gives us highway men snacking there booty. Oh I guess this has to be where pirate's booty that we're puff snack thing gets its name snacks them vegetable puff booty with your friends. Sure. Though perhaps that wasn't exactly the pirate's booty they were dividing I mean snacking back in the seventeen hundreds either way Nadia says it's not really until the eighteen hundreds that a snack stretch to refer to maybe a light meal but really the popular. Ization of the word snack doesn't occur until the twentieth century and especially until the middle of the twentieth century. So it's almost like the word snack kind of emerges to kind of describe or define a category of food or of eating that's already out there but that doesn't quite have a word to hold it all together yet the reason that this new category of food all of a sudden needed a word to describe it is because the twentieth century is wind this kind of food and this kind of easing Patton took off and. That happened for all sorts of other reasons that we're going to explore this episode. So to get back to the definition of snack Barry's is really the best we've got a snack is anything that is not a meal which makes a meal anything that's not a snack and my head might actually explode Cynthia does this mean we have to define a meal now don't panic Nikki we are not going to get into the whole complicated story of what makes the meal a meal and which cultures eat meals when it's actually pretty complicated and Interesting but what Berry says is that in general, there is some similarity among cultures and that's an how many meals people eat in a day either three meals to meals in agricultural areas. Often, it was two meals a day in many low and middle income countries traditionally but crushingly globally, as we would say, a three meal, a day culture broadly speaking that three meals a day structure tends to get pin down as a society industrializes for the F. That meal formalization happened in the eighteen hundreds in response to all these other social changes industrialization. And urbanization, and so forth and along with industrialization and urbanization came the development of the work day everything became more scheduled people went to the factory or the office, and they took breaks or came home for meals at specific times, and if the meal becomes more and more formally defined as this site of kind of like Middle Class Were Shwe family life of. kind of proper healthy eating a family togetherness. The snack is always it's kind of like a narcotic or riotous counterpart I like bat snacks are like the food the refused to grow up and settle down into bill times that it's not that we haven't eaten between meals before it stands to reason that there must always have been some kind of informal nauseating behavior. That existed and you can definitely find pretzels and antiquity and probably the Mayans were eating for chips but the the cultural meaning of a snack in with all of the cultural weight that it bears right about this this kind of forbidden thing or this thing that's kind of maybe a treat maybe a guilty pleasure maybe something to kind of keep you going between meals the idea. Only really comes to exist in that kind of eating occasion only really comes to exist with the sort of formalization of the three square meals in majority.
Tracking the Trends: AI, WebRTC, Crypto, and Full Stack Startups
"Today's episode is a conversation about four big trends in the tech world. Any one of these trends would be notable on its own, but we cover all four in this hallway style chat as a sixteen z general partner Chris and talks with Sept. Campfire professor of media, arts, and sciences at MIT, and now co founder of cryptocurrency platforms, Selo and Eli Gill an investor in the CO founder of Health Technology, company color genomics, and formerly at twitter and Google. This is a wide ranging survey of some of the major shifts in technology right now but it's really a Meta story of how innovation happens, which is most definitely not in a straight line. So here, the translate cover Crypto, of course, a and machine learning including GP three. You can also listen to our explainer episode on what type and what's real there on our show sixteen minutes full stack startups, which Chris I wrote about in two thousand, Fourteen and collaborative web collaborative enterprise social including RTC or real time communication within the browser, which is where the conversation begins the first voice. You'll hear his Chris followed by talking about Web RTC and then set wants the conversation turns to Crypto. So it's a lot I. You and I have been talking about this in a negative excited about it. This kind of this feeling that there's a new stack of web infrastructure things like video audio. Collaborative Video Nadia rather who's having infrastructure now that it works in a way that it hadn't in the past and that's a mocking a whole new way of interesting applications people are always looking for the next platform and what the next big platform shift is and I think I kind of May have snuck up on all of us in the form of Web RTC Web Gio and then related. API. Companies providing sound or other things that have been built on top of by. Many other companies and I think the shifted substantiate itself in two different ways and almost call it the collaborative web and then separately the collaborative enterprise and if you look back ten years, people kept talking about during the first social way everybody talking about how there's going to be a social enterprise and how every SASS product was going to be more social and collaborative in that largely failed and it feels like that shift is finally happening in part due to things like what? You see fig for example, is the first really strong example of a Web jail enabled application along you to collaborate in real time with other people. In parallel with RTC is really allowing for really interesting concurrent sessions around video and tell you starting to see that in terms of a lot of products being built around virtual office rooms, virtual conference rooms, and I really do think this is the moment where collaboration is finally being built into the enterprise world and enterprise products, and then in parallel Web Jalen. Web RTC really seem to be enabling really interesting social experiments right now in terms of new social products, you have really amazing video and audio quality. So the time lag has gone who can do things that clubhouse. There's lots of interesting video experimentation. So you can see almost like degraded forms of your other things happening in browser or so I think now is a really exciting time of innovation around this new webstock. Point sneaking up on us, we've obviously had the ability to have conference calls group audio for decades. Right. But like a club house fact that there's so low latency and you've got like the visual representation of the room means that to me it's like if you remember the old days in the conference calls, Hey, always have people talking over each other partly because of whatever thrown is remarkable how the conversation switches from person to person. The latency I mean we both houses. This was zoom right like the fact that he doesn't stutter. The fact that very rarely does. It somehow Kinda Crossover. This point of good enough where finally hitting the point our in terms of video quality and the ability to stream concurrently across multiple users in terms of audio quality were hitting that point where the web infrastructure is really supporting the ability to have extra latency. A new platform excited at the examples. But when you say platform you that means you did they'll be thousands of examples. Are you think it's GonNa? Be a whole new wave that goes? By ten years. I think like any a quote unquote platform they're going to be a handful of things that really matter. That will really be the important things on it, and then a lot of things will be experiments that fail or don't work and I don't know ten years from now, what's going to be the main setup applications? I just think it is a shift that enables a bunch of applications to be built particularly the social or collaborative enterprise. One example that I think is worth noting in terms of what's coming due to see is it's quite possible that if you. Look at virtual reality or Vr the predominant use case in the near term mackey shift to the Rouser, and so I think right now in order to experience the are you need a headset you need some cases client software etcetera in. So there's more obstacles in hurdles to be able to participate and I think one of the things I found really interesting about where to seeing what jail is the ability to suddenly create like experiences where you just drop it. Can show up and so the big question in my mind is is oculus almost like the desktop computer versus mobile devices where the desktop really helps you do powerful tests, but you can do a lot on your phone and it's sort of the mainstream use case for most of the Internet today so I think that's another thing that we'll see if it happens or doesn't happen over the next decade, but that may be one interesting long-term trend to watch relative to web RTC. In. Jail. crypto rolling all involved in this allowed, you invest in Crypto Zapped new coupons company Selo in Crypto Abbasi's been my time besting. tells. A little about why you're excited about it in the second ring on. So I'll start off with general principle that I think is true for all of the technologies that we're talking about. There are certain class of technologies that increase the expressive range of a certain medium and when you increase the expressive range of a medium. Things pop up that were not possible before because you now are playing in the new design space. The historical example that I always love to point to is in the eighteen hundreds. The invention of the metal feral in painting is the little piece between the paintbrush and the paintbrush handle and collapsible easel. Those two things together allowed people to a brave paintings outside and be start to paint with a new breastroke that them too quickly DAB, paint onto the canvas in those two. Ended up, giving rise to form of painting that we now know as impressionism, and still it's interesting to think about impressionism was a result of technological advances painting and you see that same thing with the web and the Internet in general there were technological advances in the medium of text and so all of a sudden people could send texts more quickly anybody could be a broadcaster you start putting texts together with code to create different things in that vastly increased the expressive range of texts in a way that led to all of these things that you could not predict in advance. So for example, in ninety, four, ninety, five, when the web was starting to become popular, one could not imagine that. Will one day I'll be able to press the button and order my groceries on this and have my groceries come to me. You know and so I think those are really interesting from A. Technological point of view. Why I'm excited about Crypto is that Crypto does this for money? It increases the expressive range of the technology that we know is money, and that I think we'll follow very similar to the Internet you know at the beginning of the Internet. You saw allow people to pass messages. More quickly to one another across the distance in a way that was just qualitatively different than facts, and that is the first thing that you started seeing with Crypto it has direct implications to things like remittances or making the UNE banked. But then on top of that, the second implication of the web was that anybody could become a broadcaster with youtube anybody could have their own TV station and in the context of Crypto, you have the same democratization in financial services. So you see this kind of rise in decentralized finance open finance. And third is most exciting as it allows money to become programmable in the same way that the Internet allow text to become programmable and that I think, I mean we're seeing some early things today but that's I think the aspect that we're still the earliest and it has the most legs and is the most powerful and the most difficult to predict the stage. Since we're in such an early phase
"nadia a" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Of. The deal is she assigned? Thousand There's a Palette of the books in our garage in every time I, see her signing or even look at the Pallet I get filled with anxiety of how I i. just I couldn't say my name that many thousands of times in. So I thought if I ever wrote a book I would want to negotiate that I don't have to do that and I was like you have to because they sell them at stores. and was like, why would they need to get a stamp or now? I'm learning there's autumn and it says they range from two, thousand, ten, thousand. I'll take the two thousand one. A lot of presidents have used it. I'm sure trump does not use it 'cause he probably gets a lot of This is not political, but I've seen his signature it's pretty will a it's pretty it looks calligraphy but also there looks like there's no way to me letters in for Donald J Joe I've looked at it. It looks like there's like thirty five to sixty letters in it I'm like, what are all those letters? Signature the look at it. I remember watching him sign one thing and I thought, what does he have? Doesn't look yet. It looks like it's odd it's very vertical. I don't know there looks to be way too many letters in their firm. Yeah, Donald J. Look I don't want to give him any praise ever. It's a gorgeous I don't I don't that signature doesn't. I like it. This goes back to Thomas Jefferson. You know, of course, it's right to bring up the fact that he had all these indiscretions also great writer and he helped frame something that somehow has lasted for years is relevant to knowledge that similarly trump is beautiful signature. Not Ways around. Okay. The Sean Hayes play is an act of God an act of God those crazy that she brought up a play actually saw I seen what eight or ten in my life knacks maximum maximum amounts That's all. That's all. Job on the facts my friend. Thank you my friend. You..
"nadia a" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Because it was a busy week with the surgery and then also working all week. So I glance at them last night. Wow. Did the freaks come out for that? What do you mean? All my gosh I am totally naive to how many well, this is a twofold thing I do think at least half of them are rushing bots oh. Yeah. For people who don't know there's a New York Times article about this. It's really important to note that Russia's goal is to sow dissent among us they want us to. Fight, that's their singular goal. They don't really have a position on any topic other than they like to isolate things that are device divisive, and then to stoke them social media and so just listen even if you're an anti vaccine that's fine for you but just know that Russia is stoking the Anti. Vaccine. Movement, they are very much behind it and they clearly have to be behind this queue and non thing which I can't even comprehend this conspiracy theory as I understand it, there's this elite ring of pedophile miles. Actors, celebrities, and there's like blood isn't there like a blood thing eat their blood or something oh. Okay. For youthful. There's something about blood. So there was a smattering on BG's Comet Section about their pizza symbols, which is like the pizza to Q. Non thing. So you've got. I don't know if it's hundreds of people. It's dozens of people with hundreds of accounts ask how much is Russia will say, Oh, if it represents an actual number of people who believe that there's a celebrity ring of pedophilia I'm so nervous for those people I was pretty shocked. I'm like Oh. There's some people that are really hanging on by a thread to reality I would say I mean I didn't look. So I don't know I would say whatever the percentage is not representative. Of our listener base, we'll about the of the people. Oh, right yeah. I don't. Yeah, it's point zero, zero, zero, one percent. However I personally know a couple of people who believe it the believe even Q.. No Yeah. And they're real people what active imaginations they have. I'm almost jealous like when I imagine what is it Bill Gates and Warren Buffet have some big. Mind you both a very old. Hyper sexual not hypo. is its own like, wow, you're really they're saying that. The Yeah Bill Gates is part of this rang. And there's silver bullet is he was on Epstein flight and it's like, yeah, guess what thousands of people were on Epstein Flights Yeah, I've interacted with tons of people that certainly of crazy secrets. Complicit in there now it does not yet sponsors it is it is bonkers I really like to have an expert on on conspiracy theorists I would too because it's a psychological thing I have my own theory on it and I've tracked someone close in my life who they're interesting conspiracy theories ebbs and flows right and I've noticed that it seems to be high priced when this person feels the most rejected from society or from the system that seems to be benefiting other people and not them. So I think there's a huge correlation of people who feel excluded from the system and then once they feel that way, then obviously the system must be conspiring to exclude them. My big issue with people.
"nadia a" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"They lived in your hairdo that'd be here. You her corn Jack. I. Mean they fly around Pegasus? Uniforms don't have wings. They just have a big rod on the top of their heads Shan't. Yeah. So a Pegasus is a Unicorn that flies. UNICORNS, it's a horse that fly what is a Unicorn that flies there are no flying Unicorn. Bent that great. Business I'm busy I have gone on your in a sweet spot of creativity you're thinking of the things. So quickly, you can't even flush them out. Wow, like Edison. So Nadia, do you check the faxes there God? Ha. Yeah. Obviously, we're not gonNA check religious facts on this check though I think that's should go without saying. Yeah. My conclusion was a really adore her. Yeah. Also, it's like every kind of religious conversation you would have although is a peaceful one. It's just like Chee believes that I don't believe that no one's ever gonNA burst way anyone it's not the kind of thing I. Don't think that you you're swayed one way or another I imagine every arm Cherry left this the same opinion they had when they came in maybe I would say I think for some people if you believe that religion is bad oh, uh-huh you might not believe that anymore after you listen to this See the value of some people believing in that and the lessons and the goodness that it can bring Ya. But if you already believed that which we do yes, I do yes. Yes. I already believe that in and I do think this is an area where atheists are unfair or cherry picking. Yes. Some religion is terrible for people. There's many factions the FD L. S. the Mormon. Fundamentalists who are practicing pedophilia that's probably but it's way too broad of a net it's like saying. Males are dangerous. Well, many males are very dangerous in many miles or not very dangerous in same with religion includes way too many people to make any kind of assertion about them. Yes..
"nadia a" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"They lived in your hairdo that'd be here. You her corn Jack I mean they fly around Pegasus Uniforms don't have wings. They just have a big rod on the top of their heads Shan't. Yeah. So a Pegasus is a Unicorn that flies. UNICORNS it's a horse that fly what is a Unicorn that flies there are no flying Unicorn. Bent. That great. Business I'm busy I have gone on your in a sweet spot of creativity. You're thinking of the the things. So quickly, you can't even flush them out. Wow, like Edison. So Nadia. Do you check the faxes there God? Ha. Yeah, obviously, we're not gonNA check religious facts on this backcheck though I think that's should go without saying. Yeah. My conclusion was a really adore her. Yeah. Also, it's like every kind of religious conversation you would have although is a peaceful one. It's just like Chia believes that I don't believe that no one's ever gonNA burst way anyone it's not the kind of thing I, don't think that you you're swayed one way or another I. Imagine every arm Cherry left this with the same opinion they had when they came in maybe I would say I think for some people if you believe that religion is bad. Oh uh-huh you might not believe that anymore after you listen to this. See the value of some people believing in that and the lessons and the goodness that it can bring Ya but if you already believed that which we do. I do yes. Yes. I already believe that in and I do think this is an area where atheists are unfair or cherry picking yes. Some religion is terrible for people. There's many factions the FD L. S. The mormon fundamentalists who are practicing pedophilia that's probably, but it's way too broad of a net it's like saying. Males are dangerous well, many males are very dangerous in many miles or not very dangerous in same with religion includes way too many people to make any kind of assertion about them. Yes. But you can point to the history of how religion has say slowdown science like by imprisoning Galileo or having the audacity to suggest we revolve around the sun. Yeah. Yeah I think people's opinions..
"nadia a" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Gone wrong ninety percent of the time. That's why I'm saying this is one of the differences you know evangelicals they don't have bishops. So if you have charisma people are like you have the anointing, go in the these by buying arena exactly and then there's so much harm that's that ensues from that. So he will actually ask me like how your soul is your ego just like destroyed you because of your career how are you? Like I'm glad I have someone looking over my shoulder now his colleagues across the country we're not so happy. So yeah, and the American conservative website wrote some fake news stories about news. Pastor Nadia apples fiber says pornography's ethical. Yes sure. Just because I was like I don't think we should just keep keeping on shame that people are like when people feel bad about the fact that they're on by pornography and maybe they have a little bit compulsive behavior about it. Why in the world would you heap shame on them? That seems like the last pastoral response it's already probably partly a response to shame. It. Oh, my God when you take the shame part out of the equation, the compulsively of it really lessons you're so right. Well, not I really really like you I really do hope I get to go to a meeting with you. NEXT TIME WE'RE IN DENVER, I'd love to go with you in person. Or we could go to church. Okay I'll go to church. Scared I've been in more. Church basement. Well. That's that's why I also people get a little upset with me when I'm speaking at Church events and I'll be like, let's be honest. There are people who are speaking honestly about their lives connecting to God into one another more frequently in our church basements and then our church sanctuary. Let's just be honest. Also, a isn't having committee meetings like how can we get more members? They're not scared of their institutional demise in the way the churches the thing I think is just so incredible about a is just like how has there been a leaderless organization that somehow thrived for seventy some years..
"nadia a" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Gone wrong ninety percent of the time. That's why I'm saying this is one of the differences you know evangelicals they don't have bishops. So if you have charisma people are like you have the anointing, go in the these by buying arena exactly, and then there's so much harm that that ensues from that. So he will actually ask me like how sure soul has your ego just like destroyed you because of your career how are you? Like? I'm glad I have someone looking over my shoulder now his colleagues across the country we're not so happy. So yeah, and the American conservative website wrote some fake news stories about these feminist pastor Nadia apples fiber says pornography's ethical. Yes. Sure. Just because I was like I don't think we should just keep keeping on shame that people are like when people feel bad about the fact that they're on by pornography and maybe they have a little bit compulsive behavior about it. Why in the world would you heap shame on them? That seems like the last pastoral response it's already probably partly a response to shame. Oh my God, when you take the shame part out of the equation, the compulsively of it really lessons you're so right. Well. Not I really really like you. I, really do hope I get to go to a meeting with you. NEXT TIME WE'RE IN DENVER I'd love to go with you in person. Or we could go to church. Okay I'll go to church. Scared I've. Been in more church basement. Well. That's that's why I also people get a little upset with me when I'm speaking at Church events and I'll be like, let's be honest. There are people who are speaking honestly about their lives connecting to God into one another more frequently in our church basements church sanctuary. Let's just be honest. Also, a isn't having committee meetings like how can we get more members? They're not scared of their institutional demise in the way the churches I think is just so incredible about a is just like how has there been a leaderless organization that somehow thrived for seventy some years..
"nadia a" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Like nothing personal but I'm super unimpressed with yours. You. Know forgiveness this for everyone so you might go out and try harder. Make. Make It. Or is the underage sex where's the? Shame this one this one girl should her confession was something really spicy it was something really real and she was so tense at the beginning and then afterwards she was like relaxed we're laughing you know broke the tension and she goes pastor I I, just want to say that I'm so glad that you're my pasta because I know you've done a lot worse than that. Yeah A little service, it's a service I offer but knowing that's a function of religion but most people aren't religious. Now, I wanted to create a place where people could talk about stuff that still haunts them you know. And then at the end of every episode, I write a Benediction just for them. I write an original blessing that I record at the end and so again, where do you receive a blessing that was a function that was a priestly function where did have do we have sued like instagram likes? Where do we go to receive a blessing? So I'm writing blessings for people in so I. Guess I see myself as like a public her in that way I describe it as sort of like snuck into the cathedral and grabbed the most beautiful stuff and put it in put it out on the lawn with a free sign. No I get. So wonderful night see the value you're adding two tons of people's lives. That's.
"nadia a" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Prior, to going in to talk to him, I had to have like a real long lecture with myself, which is like this is not your opportunity to try to prove to him. You're smart and get his approval. That is not what this is about. Like you gotta enter this. He's so much more than you get off. That thought just don't don't do that. So it ended in my bedroom and I actually have this moment where I go on really proud of myself I stayed humble and I didn't do the thing I was afraid of I wonder if will win a peabody for that Inter. and. Then I. Laughed hysterically. 'cause I'm like look at you met your complementing yourself on your humility, and then literally you're now you think maybe you'll win a peabody and I shared that then the next at a meeting house like the gift is I laughed out. Loud. Whereas, teen years ago I would've plan that peabody for good to your acceptance speech what you're gonNA wear. Off Mad at. Exactly So my equivalent is one of my closest friends her name was Rachel held Evans. She died a little over a year ago and she's also a writer and Speaker in Progressive Christian circles, and a dear friend we started a conference. We ran for years together during the Obama Administration when she announced that she was invited to the White House prayer breakfast my very first thought was, why wasn't I invited to the White? House. Bergqvist. Much. My second thought was who the fuck thinks that. person's like why was an I invited to the White House. Myself so fast. Yeah. I love that we have that in common and then just give. A brief history of of your life million people love you which they all reached out. So most people notice your from Colorado, you had some addiction, you got sober you became an author you're three times, New York's bestseller, and then you you ended up becoming a Lutheran Minister and then you founded house for all sinners and saints is a congregation of Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denver. So how do you get from getting sober to to to? Occupying that role. So I was raised super fundamentalist Christian like Kinda whack a doodle sectarian. We went to church three times a week. Women weren't allowed to pray out loud in front of men couldn't preach couldn't be ushers even the whole thing about women not having authority over men was taken. So seriously that when we turn twelve, our Sunday school teachers were always women up until that point and then we had a man a Sunday school. Because twelve year, old boys had more authority than grown women in the church owes oh my gosh. Wow and we were the only Christians like we really believe we're the only Christians and so people it'd be like, Hey, is sure new friend stacy a Christian and I'd have to be like, no, she's a baptist and so is that kind of deal but it's all I knew and of course, you don't know your childhoods crazy till you meet other people and in you're like Oh that's not normal. I left that Church when I was probably sixteen seventeen years old and I couldn't have anything to do with Christianity I hated it got really personal question. Any trauma that preceded the departure. Okay..
"nadia a" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Shepard. Hello Monica Badmann. Bird, you're in a stunning orange toed ahead pain guy. At my nails match. Yeah. Oranges, you're color purple Color Orange boy does it make the skin pop pop pop? Thank you. Now listen upon popular request. We were urged to have a religious person on to you know share different side Yes because often I'm spewing my atheist Dick take on things nihilistic terrible view of life and there's no one there to rebuttal about what the Christians feel like. So we were urged find someone in Nadia was suggested to us and by George do we love her? Yes, she was awesome Nadia Bolts Weber is three times New York Times bestselling author a Lutheran Minister in public theologian. She is an ordained Lutheran pastor founder of. House for all sinners and saints in Denver Colorado or books are shameless a sexual reformation, accidental Saints Finding, God and all the wrong people and Patrick's cranky beautiful faith of a center in a saint naughtiest podcast is called the confessional and it features ugly confessions from beautiful people. She is all kinds of fun and we love talking to her very cool conversation. So different than our normal ones, it really was it was fantastic. So please enjoy Nadia Bolts Weber. We are supported by square. Now you might know squares that little white reader but square has a lot more tools that can help businesses especially now, the businesses are having to figure out when and. How to safely reopen and make things work in this new normal but businesses are stepping up to the challenge like solo a restaurant group in Philadelphia Pennsylvania founded by Michael Solomon of an Steve. Cook. Can Solo is made up of eight restaurants including Zahava, federal donuts, and Laser Wolf, which opened earlier this year when restrictions were put in place cooking Solo restaurant shifted to curbside pickup orders and use square online to set up ordering pages as restrictions began to lift some cooking solo restaurants like Zahava and ABC Fisher started offering outdoor dining while also continuing to take online orders.
"nadia a" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome. Welcome. Welcome to armchair expert experts on expert I'm DAX Shepard Hello Monica Badminton Dak Shepherd. You're in a stunning orange toed ahead pain guy. At. My nails match. Yeah. Oranges you're color purple Color Orange boy does it make the skin pop pop pop thank you. Now listen upon popular request. We were urged to have a religious person on to you know share different side Yes because often I'm spewing my atheist Dick take on things nihilistic terrible view of life and there's no one there to rebuttal about what the Christians feel like. So we were urged find someone in Nadia was suggested to us and by George do we love her? Yes, she was awesome. Nadia Bolts Weber is three times New York Times bestselling author a Lutheran Minister in public theologian she is an ordained Lutheran pastor founder of. House for all sinners and saints in Denver, Colorado or books are shameless a sexual reformation, accidental saints, finding God and all the wrong people and Patrick's cranky beautiful faith of a center in a saint naughtiest podcast is called the confessional and it features ugly confessions from beautiful people. She is all kinds of fun and we love talking to her very cool conversation. So different than our normal ones, it really was it was fantastic. So please enjoy Nadia Bolts Weber, we are supported by square. Now you might know squares that little white reader but square has a lot more tools that can help businesses especially now, the businesses are having to figure out when and. How to safely reopen and make things work in this new normal. But businesses are stepping up to the challenge like Consolo. A Restaurant Group in Philadelphia Pennsylvania founded by Michael Solomon of an Steve Cook, can solo is made up of eight restaurants including Zahava Federal Donuts and Laser Wolf, which opened earlier this year when restrictions were put in place cooking Solo restaurant shifted to curbside pickup orders and use square online to set up ordering pages as restrictions began to lift some cooking solo restaurants like Zahava and ABC Fisher started offering outdoor dining while also continuing to take online orders.
Working, Making, Creating in Public and Private
"Hi Everyone. Welcome to the. podcast I'M SUNOL and I'm super excited to do one of our special book launch episodes for the new book coming out just this week working in public the making and maintenance of open source software by Nadia Ball and published by Stripe Press. The topic actually applies to all kinds of communities and groups coming together whether it's an open source project, our initiative of Department in a company, a club or a special interest group even group of friends and family because it's all about how people come. Together to coordinate and collaborate around some shared interest or activity whether participatory or not whether code or content, and so one theme. We also pull the threads on in this episode is about how the learnings of open source communities do and don't apply to the passion economy and create our communities as well. Nadia has long been immersed in studying the health of communities including getting funding from the Ford Foundation to study open source then worked at hub in developer experience then did research at protocol labs. And is now focused on writer experience at sub stack for longtime listeners of the six and Z podcast I've actually had her on the show years ago along with Michael Rogers our protocol labs than of the No jazz foundation where we talked about the changing culture of open source, you can find that episode on our site, but in this wide ranging hallway style episode Nadia, and I cover everything from types of communities, social networks, and the evolution of being online and ironically while the book is. Called working in public we also talk about the emergence of private spaces as well as the tragedy of Big Public Commons and how to counter the tragedy of comments which is why I believe everyone should read this book because it's a dirt of literature out there for the era of President Online collaboration creation and consumption that we're in we end with some practical advice for community managers, platforms and leaders, but we begin by defining open source in this context with a really useful taxonomy for categorizing communities. Earlier early was like I really hate this term and I just wish we gotta have something else like public software whatever. Love that I love it too. Unfortunately, it's pretty hard to change terms that everyone. On so I know this firsthand. Yeah. I mean I personally find the term kind of intimidating and it doesn't sound exciting when I say the term open source but it really does just referred to the distribution side of cook the existence of open source licenses made it very easy for anyone to use and modify and re Polish someone else's coat and put it in their own software but it doesn't really say a whole lot about how it was actually produced and so I made this analogy in the book, which is actually an analogy I borrowed from a friend Devon Devon Zuko, she still apple podcast for me I. Love Her yes, and says something like the term open source doesn't mean anything anymore than the term company does it's like, yes, we kind of get what a company is but there are so many different kinds of business models for different types companies with open source saying something as open source tells you a little bit about how the code might be used. That doesn't really say anything about how they're actually being made someone has to continue taking care of it. One of my favorite parts of the book is you actually outline different types of communities you call it classifying project types, but it's really to me how people are. Essentially social networks. Really. So why don't you break down that taxonomy and by the way the reason I'm asking is because when I think of the ARC in history of open source, the concept that comes to mind for everybody is that classic book by Eric Raymond, which is a cathedral and the bazaar and I think that framing has two long framed our discussion of open source and frankly any online community yet everyone sort of has maybe like General Santa W-what community is like others a bunch of members and their and organized around some common interests or reason for spending time together. In that highest level definition of community, there's an underlying assumption that all members are sort of similar than just the term members washes over the underlying dynamics between those different numbers and so what I started doing was saying, okay. There is a difference between at minimum, an open source people who are contributing to open source and people who are using stars. So I try to sort of separate out users and contributors and say, okay in some open source projects or as you said, really communities and general, some communities have high trigger and some communities have high user growth and then there's sort of like. Different permutations of that it's like federations, clubs, stadiums, and I forgot the fourth but toys in me what are so I think it's really useful to start with your taxonomy, a federations and onward. So federations are like the really big projects we might be thinking of like Lennox or. Where you have a lot of people who are contributing to the project and you have a lot of people that are using their project. But there are enough people that are working on the creation of that project that it does form his own sort of contributor community. By contrast, clubs have a lot of people who are participating in Chretien but they don't have as many people that are using it and said a product that's kind of focused on a niche interest. The example to give his Astro Pie, which is a Python Library for astrophysicists right? It's high contributor incredibly interested in that but very low user growth because how many people in the world are really interested in That intersection exactly and toys I sort of mentioned in passing in their police. Interesting thing to talk about that's where you have both low user and Lok contributor growth. So that might just be like a personal project them thinking around no one else is really looking at it. They're sort of waiting in the wings before they become one of the other types of communities
U.S. Economy Contracted at Record Rate Last Quarter; Jobless Claims Rise
"The US economy shrank thirty two point nine percent annual rate in the april-june quarter the worse quarterly plunge ever the Labor Department says one point four, three, million, Americans filed jobless claims last week, it's the second straight week new unemployment claims have
Texas governor issues mask order to fight COVID-19
"In Texas. There's been a dramatic ramp up of Governor Alberts efforts to control the spiking numbers of confirmed Corona virus cases in that state correspondent Nadia Remembering report Texas Governor Abbott issuing an executive order making facemask, mandatory and counties with 20 or more positive cases. Impacting more than 60% of Texans to the east Arkansas reported nearly 900 new cases in less than 24 hours, the largest single day increase in the states since the pandemic began. And a new record high in Florida, with more than 10,000 new cases reported
States roll back reopenings as coronavirus cases climb
"Breaking Corona virus cases have triggered rollbacks and re openings in nearly 40 states across the US The latest one correspondent Nadia Romero. Nearly 6000 new Corona virus cases reported in California Wednesday a record breaking number, sparking new shutdown orders for indoor activities for almost 75% of the state's population in neighboring Arizona there asking for 500 additional medical personnel to help deal with their dramatic surge, reporting their beds are nearly 90% capacity. Texas, North Carolina and Tennessee, also reporting record high numbers of cases
Study warns new flu virus in pigs could morph to cause a pandemic
"Talked about this A little yesterday. A new strain of swine flu that Khun spread from pigs to humans has been discovered in China and is now triggering some fears. Researchers are calling it The G four virus from CNN. Nadia Romero has more on that a new strand of swine flu that Khun spread from pigs to humans has been discovered in China and is now triggering new pandemic fears You have at the same time new waves of the Corona virus, the pencil for a bad flu season or swine flu. It is a it is a catastrophic future we could face. Researchers are calling it the G four virus and says it's genetically descended from the H one. One swine flu that calls the 2009 pandemic and it's been spreading on pig farms in China since 2016 and has infected a few people but hasn't yet been documented to have made anyone sick. It's something that still is in the stage of examination. While there is yet no report of human to human contact, there is reason for concern, health officials say, despite their concern to the new swine flu is not a global threat right now, that's something we need to keep our eye out on just the way we did. In 2009 with the emergence of the swine flu. I'm
Republican senators unveil police reform bill
"Police reform police reform a lot of people want police reform and less than twenty four hours after president trump put forward his policing executive order so that Republicans have followed suit but that bill is very different from the one put out earlier by house Democrats here's Nadia Romero to compare the urgency to address police brutality and racial injustice being felt on Capitol Hill too often we're having a discussion in this nation about are you supporting the long Forsman community well are you supporting communities of color this is a false binary choice Senate Republicans introducing police reform legislation that gives grants to police agencies for body cameras requires departments to report all officer involved incidents that causes serious bodily injury or death to the FBI and uses federal funding to discourage you but not ban no knock warrants or choke holds to the young person who's concerned when he stopped by the law enforcement officers we see you the proposal also makes lynching a federal hate crime while Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pledges to fast track the legislation Senate Democrats say this bill will need dramatic improvement the clash in the chamber echoing of faith felt in the house can anyone on the Republican side say unequivocally black lives matter unequivocally all lives matter where Democrats work on their own proposal that mandates body cameras bands chokeholds and makes it easier for people to sue the police glaring contrast between a strong comprehensive democratic bill in the house and a much narrower and much less effective Republican bill in the Senate but in order for Congress to act one plan needs bipartisan support and the president's signature to become
For the Love of 'Bugs' (Insects) With Entomologist Nadia Ruffin
"Give us a little bit of sense about what you do every day with your work in entomology, teaching mentoring advocacy. What are you? What do you do Nadia yet? Though currently with agriculture to me. What I do is I go to schools as well as of is. There's organizations in things. And I teach about Agra Science, but into Mali being the main focus, so agro-science is talking about the science of agriculture. Many people the agriculture is just farming agriculture is it's a huge industry is not just farming. There's so many different components to is that people are not even aware of an entomologist one those and so what I do is I bring insects and I actually teach people about the importance of them. I Have Intimacy Club at one school where meet with children every month in every month. I bring a different insect than I educate them about it so I bought a thron. Cockroaches and I told them about the importance of cockroaches. You know cockroaches Christie a bad name because of certain ones that be compelled in our homes, but a reality cockroaches are very vital for the environment. They actually decompose, and they break down things like decomposing plant matter as well as animals in other ways, and if they were not there, what will happen is all that waste would build up, and then no would not break down, and it would just be there in that become toxic things for the environment, so they're very important then I also teach about the things that we use that are derived from. In one thing that I did teach about with silk, people didn't realize it still actually comes from silkworms, and it comes from cocoons in I know I explained to the children. You know this is the process you know. The insect under goals are incomplete metamorphosis, and what we do is we take those cocoons, and the insects are actually killed in the process in a at the learn that you know that that's part of the process, but they actually take three, and they make fabric in. They can make no closing and things for us. Trying to educate people on. Not only the important aspects of insects in the environment. But also insects that we use and the importance of that lead like when it comes to honeybees, we only want them for their honey, but in reality they need that honey to actually survive, so it's it's. Creating that link between human and back to nature and understand why things do things they do, and why they make the things they doing. It's not always for us. It's actors never for US never. You I've been following your work for quite a while now and the cockroach lesson really got me so I really I love the cockroach lesson, and the the kids faces, and and then I have to admit that I don't think I as a grownup educated nature, loving adult realized that the silkworms had to die in order for the the silk to be harvested, so that made me Kinda sad and rethink silk, but give us. The age ranges that that working with at this time, Nadia. Currently I work with children that are in kindergarten all the way up to high school level. All Age. Groups um seniors down to
Tim Burgess, Snowpiercer on Netflix, cult movie Adam & Paul
"Welcome back to big mouth. The media strip of pop culture podcasts. Were time has become an infinite loop and yet still managed to stay yes. We're happy not going anywhere at World Zoom again and I can spot sean pattern of those inboxes. Hello Charlene how are you well? I'm alright I'm all right. Thank you and you have you not bad busy week. He said rhetorically weirdly. Busying notice that we're very shows of pop news in the pop firmament in the in the endless paralysis of now but a party. Boy George has written six or seven albums. Lockdown is a good thing. I think that's amazing and I think he should release every single track. Nothing should go in the volt and we should hear the unexpurgated unagitated boy George knockdown albums. They should be locked with boy. George Yeah definitely I think he needs an added support says Dasa. He's he says I'm not saying every single thing is good so I'm saying if you wanted it down to eight tracks the eight best trucks or George Comeback while we're speaking of albums. What did you think of Lana del Rey announcing that she's GonNa Call Hanyu Album Chem trails? Washington up fantastic. Hasn't she going to Matt a bit? She's GonNa little bit crazy. Maybe she just needs opposite town and I loved her last album. That MS billions. What could change US stick Allen because she her whole sorts of I've analysis to trip to myself everybody complains? She goes rage. Tweeting about them and yet it's such a malady created thing that she is She's a whole load of contradiction subsequently gigantea all of pop string anyway special. This week route settings a big mouth. It's Telegraph TV critic. Guardian Culture writer on Kane. Doug owner start Newington. Michael Hogan how you doing Michael. Hi I'm goodson. Y'All at your window shows you. Baked Ham did buy books on both sides which look at the trash compactor and saw was easily crushed by Philip pullman Sexy behind you can go see broken. Greek by people fetus a great book reviewed all the PODCAST. And I think Ed just a selection of you know obviously improving. What's literature as a homeworking Journo? Since time you finding the as all families bucky getting pushed further and further back into your own little kind of messed in the cold. The top left corner of the House. The I'M GONNA share. You said I'm not GonNa shut at the moment Boca kind of a golden office. It was actually very blessed. But it's a show is it now. It's become become sort of with with the kids staying home schooled and increasingly valuable. The ship and in fact I might move in the living. The dream you've what tell Telia's part your job is. How is it coping with broadcasting from kitchens? Now that we just go with the old famous is just like us. Yeah it's interesting obviously about TV so in a way that hasn't stopped but what always they've run out of TV. They outlandish leaving. Eastenders runs out in a week's time I think and the ultras run out already. I is about to start doing special coronavirus episodes so yeah. It's very old and we've seen a lot of people on zoom looking awkward a bit like this bomb. The tally which is most modern family did this before anybody didn't they? Would that brilliant episode? Where class took an apple. She can only interact with the family. Five watt up to face time twitter because she's one of the girls off and got married to a radio boyfriend. The entire upset takes place on the screen and it was genius. Unfortunately old tally is like not now what I mean now. I think things like I got news for you can of quite painful but then you know Johnny Burqas and John Nova shows actually really. I mean if the trouble is they're doing all these dramas playlets now and I think we'll get tied of looking at that very quick. Have you start looking at? These seem screens? You're not gonNA spend evening looking at Bonday as a way of kind of golden era moment like you know what like would ruin acoustic mate and it was basis. They've zillow about the song that performance in studio trickery may physically like that no Michael Hogan hideous say one. Tv In this in this is who's been the best. Use Been Champion lockdown champion. Joe Wicks probably Tim Burgess Yeah to budgets will be coming in to save a little bit later. Jarvis Don domestic disco. His saved my Saturdays and he's not do Spanish. She's soon yeah she's yeah. She wolves the hot. Doesn't she shop trash compactor pulp? We can see how we can see her name. It's Nadia Serene author illustrator and pop music. Devotee hello how are you can confirm the shame the unknown in front of a book? Shel- let you guys know. This is why the Best Wifi is and if I turn around he just throwing house you've been playing against this ruining that's only what my office is like as well but yeah. I have lots of books on stuff and they were really impressed. Fit Range high coach low culture. You'd love it. Wonderful has not done treating you. She knows what I'm really lucky because I also hermit anyway. I work from home anyway. So it hasn't impacted me in the same way as I guess impacting people who announced I have space. I have two cats and I had a small human Is Pretty Calm? So yeah tonight about wonderful. What you've been binging on while in this. You know what the knowing thing. Is that the anointing is my small child. Because of lockdown all retains so. He's now away from most of the same house. I'm way which is bad news because it means I'm Kinda stuck watching her. Hit stuff that set. He loves the Teen Titans. Joe which is great the now so we will and just important days ago. He saw Simpson's for the first time and so a win are starting not from uptight. The decision to stay. Open season because the animation. Wades out just. Oh yes doesn't quite. That's not quite ready to seize. What's so we've started to every episode and it's proven wonderful but a great yet. It's a joy because I forgotten so much. So your fashion. How brilliant will be to watch the simpsons of the very first time with a clean
At senior home, staff stays put 24-7 to stop virus spread
"With all the deaths at nursing homes and other long term centers park springs tried something different they imposed a lockdown for about seventy employees who are sheltering in place alongside more than five hundred residents Donna Moore is the chief operating officer of the company that owns park springs I just wanted to make sure that we don't leave any stone unturned that we gave it our all that we did everything that was humanly possible to protect our members but the lock down has required sacrifice employee Nadia Williams Mr sister's wedding on Friday really tough to be away from me we've spoken about is paying both of our lives since we were babies I'm showing up where
At senior home, staff stays put 24-7 to stop virus spread
"At one senior home in Atlanta the staff lives there too to stop the spread of the corona virus with all the deaths at nursing homes and other long term centers park springs tried something different they imposed a lockdown for about seventy employees who are sheltering in place alongside more than five hundred residents Donna Moore is the chief operating officer of the company that owns park springs I just wanted to make sure that we don't leave any stone unturned that we gave it our all that we did everything that was humanly possible to protect our members but the lock down has required sacrifice employee Nadia Williams Mr sister's wedding on Friday really tough to be away from me we've spoken about this game both of our lives since we're AT I'm showing up where
Supporting Women Leaders
"The share of women in the House and Senate has increased over time. But it's still well below the share of women in the US population. And if you dig deeper. Congress looks even less representatives women of color make up eighteen percent of the US population but before the two thousand eighteen midterms the accounted for just seven percent of Congress and LGBT women. Make up about two point five percent of the US population but there are only two openly lgbt women in Congress that's less than one percent even with the recent wins by women candidates in the two thousand eighteen midterms. There's still a long way to go before. They're fully represented. I look at someone like just send our during the prime minister in New Zealand. I the way that she dealt with the terrorist attack on her country. Yeah the way that she wouldn't name the terrorists that was you know. She's amazing. Amazing. We will not talk about their names and then also the way that she's dealing with this crisis she is incredibly humble and that and just real like you really feel like she's telling you the truth this authenticity. Just I think is is one of her great strengths and I think just very clear. Nobody panicked. This is what we're going to do and we're going to do better for. I think she's really good also at hope and inspiration which people need people made in times like best. They need to know. We're all in this together and we're going to get back and we can do this and done things like this before we've done things that have been harder than before. Did you see that? The princess in Sweden actually took an online nursing class and entered into the frontline fighting this pandemic. It's the most amazing thing I was like. This is brilliant. She's a princess and she was like Nope. I'm going to take an online class and I'm going to really make a difference and it's just spectacular. The majority of frontline healthcare workers around the world. Are Women. Yeah actually in China. I think the numbers like ninety percent methods. And then there's also that stat that the country is that have been least hit as far as numbers go with Kobe. Nineteen have women leadership. Yeah so I'm wondering if you could shed a little light on how the challenges women face around the globe are maybe similar or different. Well certainly you've been a huge champion around Combating Violence Against Women and sexual assault and harassment. And that is in my mind. The biggest challenge women face I. Yeah globally there is no country no community no religion no social economic background of women anywhere on Earth who are not affected by gender based violence. That's just full stop. That is the only issue that seems to get worse. Not Better over time right. We're going to get more. Women elected to political office. More women are going to start and grow business. People are going to see. Oh Wow this is great for the economy okay. Yes let's keep funding. You can see steps forward on many of these issues but on violence against women. I mean the harder hit. Humanity is the deeper violence against women growth. Right now with this crisis in China triple. They had triple the cases really at the epicenter of Code. They had triple A. Cases of domestic violence in the height. They're of the virus and that is not a winston. It is a fact that when people lose their jobs and anxiety and stress is running high. That will be my own skin for that. There will be domestic violence. Bounce GonNa Children as well and then of course you add to that. Being locked down with an abuser or higher. Yeah it's horrifying. Yeah so to me. I mean that's that is the biggest issue and of course it takes different forms in different places you know in the DRC have rape as a weapon of war and other countries ravaged by war like Syria or Iraq in places like Afghanistan. You have girls being hung just because they're girls girls being burned with acid late certainly by strangers by partners by boyfriends acquaintances college. Campus Violence Sexual violence child marriage. Honor Crimes Cream genital mutilation. It takes on a different look in different places but we run. Something called an emergency assistance. Fund FOR EXTREME FORMS OF GENDER based violence is called Voices Against Violence Fund. And we will open up the fund and literally the cases that it's small bits of money that we can get out the door within twenty four to forty eight hours to quickly help a woman get back on her feet. Nadia Murad. Who is the is eating woman who escaped Isis in Iraq? Acting twenty fourteen. She was actually one of the first people to receive one of these. Just very quick fusions of financial support to help her family and she get healthcare relocation. You know her brothers had been killed. Most of her family was killed. The bill back something and I'm allowed to tell her story because she tells her story and obviously winning a Nobel peace prize a number of years later for suing Isis. But the fun that we continue to run at a number of cases is just through the roof and we you know quite frankly. We need more money to fund. Yeah believe me I would rather be preventing these Reno. And why should we were throwing money at a problem rather than trying to get it a solution but we're doing both let me ask you this. The numbers are just staggering. But do the numbers go down when women have power. I'm thinking about just even in the United States and domestic violence and violence against women and we have some really incredible women that are fighting in Congress and Senate and yet these numbers are still mind blowing. You know we fight so hard to get a seat at the table and then I'm wondering. Do you see changes within the community. Do you see that numbers go down. What is the tangible evidence of that? This is this is shifting or changing. Well certainly I think when the economy is strong right when other things are stable. That is certainly better. But that shouldn't have to be the case. Things be better never should be that humanity. I think we're not challenges. Honestly with violence against women is what I would call. One of the women leaders will work with called the silent. Majority silent majority is the majority of men who are good and who believed that bounced. Women should never stand but they don't do anything about it I well. I don't know anybody. You know one that. Maybe they don't know enough about it. They don't think there's a place for them to be part of the fight or minimal. And I think it's about. How do we engage those men to recognize that? This is a human problem and that they're part of the solution they have to be part of citation otherwise things will never change. Yeah so I think you see grace forward when Powerful men or influential men get it and they don't just get it and like a check the box way but they they really get it on a fundamental level and every decision that they make it somewhere in the calculus of how they're making those decisions and that's a big piece queer on an awards program here called the voices of solidarity and it's really about honoring those great guys who are in the fight. I love that and often risking their livelihood. We all met all around the world. There's some great. Ceo's and leaders that we've honored but there are also different young guys. I don't know if you're familiar with the Nail Polish undercover Keller's. No that into drank and it will turn a color. If you drink has been Mufi right yes and so these guys came up with this formula basically so that the nail Polish we turn a color if it was and now there's you just young college guys that they had a personal experience with a friend who had been drugged and raped in college and they decided to do something about it. It's kind of engaging men at different levels in doing good. I think that can make a huge difference.
Eating the Rainbow: Why Color Is Important To Food
"Nadia Bernstein is a flavor historian. You might remember her from our episode on flavor called Saver Flavor. If you didn't hear the first time you should go check it out and that episode we talked about how flavor is mostly taste plus smell. But actually Nadia says. That color affects the flavor of food. To more than you'd think when people are served sprite. That's colored Brown. They think it's Cola. This trick even works on famous wine. Critics give them white wine colored red with food coloring and most of them will think it's red wine and the wax poetic about its berry notes in nineteen thirty six. A Scottish Baker tried to this experiment with jellies among his own staff. He was trying to find kind of like a worker in his factory or workers in his factory who had reliable senses of taste so he gave them For instance Redd died. Pineapple jellies and green died a lemon jelly and tried to find the people among his staff who could correctly identify the flavor even though the color contradicted their understanding of what the flavor should be and he was actually surprised to find that very few people could pull this off. Color can change the perceived flavor of a food so much that it actually becomes inedible. There was an experiment in the seventies where people were fed a meal of steak fries and peas and the light masked the color of the food but then that color masking light was turned off and normally was turned back on and the steak was blue. The fries were green. The PS were red and the subjects got sick to their stomachs one puked but it's not. The color is traditionally being more important than other senses. When it comes to food after all vision is just one of the ways our senses of to figure out what was good to eat in the past. When you were deciding whether to eat say a beach you might smell it and feel. It's weight in your hand as well as look at the color of skin to see whether it's right you wouldn't just judge with your eyes. Even though color has always been one way that our brains of made sense of what we're about to eat foods appearance started to become particularly important over a century ago so late nineteenth early twentieth century when all kinds of foods or foods packaged or produced in new ways. Right in distant factory is rather than at home started to appear on the market and the question with those was not. Just how should these new kinds of foods taste but also should they look like by the late eighteen? Hundreds America's foods gape was changing. Really as you've heard US talk about this before. But this was the time of the rise of industrial food processing and manufacturing and then thanks to Refrigeration Aka. My Life's great passion. Food was increasingly shipped long distances from where it was grown to the people who are going to eat it. All of that meant that people didn't see food growing or picket or hunted themselves. They might not have had any way to know what something should feel like when it's ripe and so they had to rely even more on the look of food and they were soon helped out by another new technology so people had been using printing technologies but the important change was the invention and increasing use of color printing which became a popular in the nineteen twenties and Nineteen Thirties. In the United States. I know is a lecturer in economics at Kyoto University. And she wrote a book on food and color called visualizing taste how business changed the look of what you eat. Her book tells the story of how color became increasingly important over the last century. And how big business? Actually shaped our expectation of what? The color of our food should be hand in hand with the rise of affordable color printing. Came the rise of national magazines and these magazines were filled with full color ads for food and distributed from Costa Shining Coast. So consumer ads say in New York City and in San Francisco. What looking at the same image in the same. Carter around the same time food. Packaging became more common. Yes we did an entire episode on that to called outside the box and then cellophane was invented so now packaging was also see through of course cellophane meant you could no longer touch or smell your food before you bolted it but you could definitely see what color it was like. We said we'd always used colors one of the ways. We figured out what food should taste like. Just think about the color of a ripe strawberry or the disgustingly blue steak or the white wine. That was tinted red but now with this new long distance package food color was everything and then finally one less technology was invented a way to actually measure color new machines such as the spectrophotometer could evaluate the very particular and specific color of food and so they replaced the subjective and individual judgment of some random person is suddenly. You could actually scientifically say whether your apple was redder than the apples from upstate than that is Inkatha. Kara allow traders to communicate easily and also give them the standard for reference to great the records to produce in processed food products and so the more perfectly uniformly red apples could get a higher grade which meant a higher price. These tools these spectrophotometer as and color grade charts. They were all part of the process of making something as inherently variable as food fit into a modern industrial assembly line kind of system what feed manufacturers and the research industries that support them are aspiring to do is to quantify and measure and control all of the sensory properties of food in order both to guarantee standardisation. Right to make sure that every oreo every can or bottle of orange crush that rolls off the assembly line is indistinguishable from the previous. And from the after but also not just to standardize but also to optimize right to create flavors that are memorable and perhaps even irresistible that kind of create the the sort of maximum amount of
Tiger tests positive for COVID-19 at New York City zoo, officials say
"And the big cats hit the Bronx zoo reporting a four year old tiger named Nadia tested positive for Colbert nineteen do think six other Tigers and lions have also developed a dry cough Z. she bet says the test is not the one used on humans and all the animals are expected to
Tiger at NYC's Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus
"Bronx zoo officials were stunned saying they couldn't believe corona virus test results for Nadia their four year old Malaysian tiger believed to have been infected by an employee along with six other Tigers and lions there were also ill but not tested all had dry coughs wheezing and loss of appetite but are expected to recover there have been a handful of reports outside the U. S. of dogs and cats contracting coronavirus from people the U. S. veterinary association recommends people with corona virus limit contact with their pets Julie Walker New York
"nadia a" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warriorâ€™s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"To make a living for ourselves to rate. We do our hardworking time into this but we also have to realize that we're each other's civilian themselves you have to ourselves sues. We come just as much as these people who to your helping business owners realize their software in the network to and so if you're going to Mac that hey you know what. I'm investing in the coach at cost us Max in eastern change. I'm going to be a state wage for my next to. It's just it's just painting over it honestly I think is is fascinating. Just conversationally if I ask you like. What was your favorite class from your Sophomore Year of college? I don't have any fucking idea idea right but all was paid in five to ten grand a year to go to college for those first two years. We probably didn't do anything. Any course that has any actual weight because he got a fancy piece of paper at the end. You could hold up you feel more accomplished and so it's interesting because you're getting the knowledge it's when you work. Awesome like naughty natural so inspiring about how she coaches and mentors individuals. She's not saying okay. Here's what to eat and here's how you workout go do it come back. Tell me how to work down. She spending countless hours explaining how all the pieces go together that she says she's empowering you to be able to navigate life on your own in the future which what. How can you put a price tag on that? If you're thirty years old new plan living eighty and not he doesn't she my cost as much album if she's charged you ten grand right ten grand for ten weeks thousand bucks a week hole. I can't afford that. How can you afford not to do it? You have another fifty years of living. The knowledge is going to give you. If you follow that maybe lived to be ninety. How do you put a price tag on your great grandchildren? How do you put a price tag on being able to still be able walk around and enjoy playing with your children like you can't put real money on that right now? You just don't think that way Baylor to or the hostels have worked at. I've had had agents come back. The statement issue setting twice the amount of mine. I bake hospitals type A lot when I hit it was that implement parents they. They saw doctors and patients with doctors. They will save you tunes. Wait eat a new exercise. What does that mean what exercising diet needs to anyone? It's it's so so broad and she can't just tell someone cared here exercise here diet. You have to really understand what what is it. What what what you enjoy about exercise and be physically active? It's it's not just the gender so much for your do there. What do you enjoy about eating? What do you not like about any easier to what's relationship with food to start with? So that's why they all come back into the hospital. Go back to doctors is because they are telling you to do the right. Thing is the execution is where we all get lost. In everyone's execution is very very different. Just seen it with my own eyes Beautiful Souls Parents clients go onto the ship. That going through. I just don't think it's fair. They have to keep going the same damn cycle and missing on literally being happy and enjoying the quality of life like why not. Why affix it now and learn about it that way you have on Jimmy? You had your life. Maybe we'll have made huge decisions while coaching with me Jessica Jessica's they found some sort of company Literally it was just eating over better. It was getting Or having a little one more conversation about what was really authoring them and just you know snap a finger. They're thinking. Oh my gosh. I didn't realize is capable of Chris and now I'm having clients. Tell me you know. I'm thinking differently. Canal appearances My sister's thinking differently is just like positive energy in the house now. It's it's just beautiful Z.. That you know it's not just about what you're you're gonNA eat tomorrow what you're gonNA work out tomorrow. It's really about changing your lifestyle and not trying to see it as everyone else is. People had so many different goals. And you think thank you have to be all those everyone times overweight well yet another talk for a second Nadia. We talked to what he's talking about decisions. And you made the decision to launch a podcast of your own which I want to encourage you to go subscribe to right now because I'm sure you've enjoyed what not and I have discussed so far this her legitimate personality Mrs How she speaks. This is like this is not some sort of right. Fancy show misses her all the time. And it's not what is the podcast name mortgage find it. The podcast is caused rover. And it's going broke. I believe it's on on staff by it's on I tunes and so yes if your listeners those podcast you can type it in going dot rogue and find Nadia show not able to cover on the show the we're going to be covering a talk radio things. That people are curious about having questions that I really like to hear what my followers really WanNa learn about so some examples of the mindset right and then you know the holidays are coming on how we can kind of have the meeting into holidays. Being surrounded by family sometimes a little stressful stressful rate. We will learn about how not gonNA stretched out during the holidays or having eat healthier during the holidays but also you know. Stress stressors outward were coworkers literally super broad. But it's all about the mindset body awaiting just like when I learned Dr Atkinson so a lot of that is going to go into light when this and we have two teams members on Dr Monica Dr Arnn And we're GONNA basically have conversations about big better her a better version of yourself and it's going to be topics that people request on weekly basis. Not is someone who wants to reach out to get a hold of you. What are the best ways the contact you making the to my instagram site at Nadia S or nutrition or not he has not yet at Nadia's nutrition dot com in the m email however perfect? Thank you so much for being a guest. I love catching up with you. Endless love and appreciation for my friend.
"nadia a" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warriorâ€™s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"Being a coach but it's the best thing is literally the the best thing I never thought I'd be. I'd just be a coach. So when's the thought any. I signed up to coach. Lift on here. So what would I think so from my standpoint one of the things that I found to be mentally your personal Bob Robinson things are getting clearer narrated not having all that weight on your shoulders all the time but what I found fascinating was the shift into right would call true entrepreneurism entrepreneurism and when we look at your entrepreneurism. What I mean by that is right that shift in that that I kind of awakening awakening over into the more the idea that worrying control and they weren't control that Maureen Control of the day were control the week long hours? Slight technical difficulty as you're listening. I am not going to edit this. Because because that is a waste of time energy and effort we're experiencing a slight connection issue with not right now so she hopped off zoom. She's hopping back on zooms. Conduct these interviews and we'll continue for that's why my speech Caitlyn's got a little gull sloppy. They're a really what I was saying. Now that I can focus is on the message. Was I saw Nadia GonNa this transition period where she was ninety hours a week. Plus she serving a multitude different clients but not seru array herself. She'd have any system processes. It was serving others. But in a very haphazard manner and while that's brilliant while that's beautiful awful while that's powerful it's it's a little different in the fact that you need to be in control of your own life not not in his back now. So she's she's honest. And what I was sharing Nadia was the beautiful transition that you went through from ninety hours a week. Twenty twenty three twenty four twenty five clients at having to be the businesses controlling you and then over time. You reclaiming that power actually. I forgot higher level of service with bless hours. Like there's there's a fascinating that happens for every entrepreneur and not literally fought me on this slide to the nail. Damn you're just gonNa work a swear when you can show up in a big way you can honor your commitment to customers clients but crates boundaries create some healthy space. Between how are you serve. People claim back will say fifty hours of your own week. So you're only working a forty hour week job which is not unrealistic and moby hold not only did her client load baseless the same but her rates were very easily double basically if not even more right who Before you turned off by the talk of money which I know happens. Rates are a byproduct of the energy and the effort. And you're actually paying correct petitions. Just like you'd be paying me or any other coach right like if you WanNa go learn all the stuff that I did. It's a four five six ten twelve year bass you're paying me me for the Reader's Digest version. You're paying Nadia for the for the quick version decelerated version. So you're not paying me for the fact that I can solve something it's time officiency in which I can which was not experience when she could step back from the fire and start to run like a business instead of running a like a like a hobby. I'm sitting here thinking I've trained a personal Most my credit rate and realize I've always been doing eighty ninety hours a week in this is not okay. How is it that I'm serving? The world. Did Not I saw and these hours of mine paid enough to do it. It was never about the money you Jonas started with. I think I was so nervous to ask for money. But like you spending all his time. Why are you why you might as well coach for free so it has always been a point for me where I've always been the work money to steer me? You know just in my family money manpower growing upside dot money if anyone asks for They're not gonna see as someone else can help you. They just want to sell to you and it was not about that. You taught your tonight not sell American was do not settling your selling. You're selling your value your son what you do for the world. Where so when you told me that you're not gonna be able to increase your rates until you truly beleaguer rates? Remember that because I use that for the highest rate right like never mind. It's cool. I just do that as time went on. I started realizing how much doing my clients not only that but I just knew I just think for myself if I wanted to make kind of call him coaching better that I do. I didn't need the money I I did need it for for what purpose is not just for myself but to help them out so as soon as concerned building where value incumbents myself the rate rolled out. Anytime you use. You're still cheap mike yet but visible offered me at this point. It's easily coming out by talk. Wait I'M GONNA landslide start building value rate. So it's insane. How much I didn't realize that you don't really need to work ten hours a day or eight hours a day to think that you're you're bringing into into the world it's really about how much Kalyan value bringing those hours and still being able to make the same type of money because honestly immoral work on yourself the better your product is great? Like I'm I'm the coach if I'm if I'm saying to myself I'm feeling progressing in my mindset in my abilities then and only then can my clients feeling So it was about disturbing memory. I had to make sure taking time and when I did start realizing rates Max Day and not only. That was easy for me to get. It would love to help you out and I kind tails do it go. You know an unassisted. Still till this day mind-blowing people take your need a nine to five hundred a formula community you. Don't you do a deport do the night that doesn't me it's four District kind. It should be for you to. That's actually where the growth concern is when you take time out for yourself. That's still to this day. Mind blowing to me that I still have the stadium environment relaxing. ACSI YMER relaxed I'm working on updated Until mind when I get myself I remember you made. He created After tate talking. We're in like what am I gonNa do that after eight Go shoot a guy I started. He wants to go on raids Boxing doing random shit I wanted to do and I realized during those times as when I was excited to come back to work the next day So help to coach because able to kind of take that sound Vince Myself Jamie Subscribing Zaidi give myself time. I remember I think I think it was really wise for me to play. Damore Damn tell other goes by so you had to help dates. You'RE GONNA take your time out death near bullshitting. You're taking the time out for yourself so I want to be like the hour workweek or was it. This is Gerard Stay AH I remember. I was fighting. You and I get a little stubborn with that as time I don't know how many times have you ever be this. I learned today the but that's part of it right beautiful Mattie I want to touch base on just for a moment when you hop on the phone you is. You're listening with myself. Nadia anybody I feel like it is my moral obligation to create a bridge free to walk across the best version of yourself and what that means is yes. I'm going to sell you but the fact that you booked a call with me meant you had an emotional trigger that you knew you were in pain and of course there's going join to be things that your old version of south that is still on. The phone is like no no no. I'm not gonNA fall through this. No no I'm not worth the money. No no you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA justify to yourself all these stinks. I don't believe in hard cells I I don't even know if I followed up with not here for the first like three or four days like I flew home texture. Like hey you will do this. What are you thinking right? It wasn't like a unaggressive thing you know because it's one of those things that I'm I'm sharing this with you not to scare you from having phone calls with some like naughty or myself but when you start doing sales that way where it's different Hong Kong knocking on doors. That's the different thing. But if you vote time on my calendar and you want to spend fifteen or twenty minutes to know if I can serve you that means you have pain that you're thinking I might be able to solve okay and if I can solve that I have to tell you and show you the path to solve it because that's what I'm here for. This is here for and in writing about sales in you know IDA to obviously that's why was dirk cheap rate and I think it is that this world is so so the word sales is so negative these days. It's like okay. He's selling but not if we start digging the opposite of what the value and then look at the price then he started realizing okay. Maybe this thing I need to do. We don't realize that when I get nervous like you did you follow uh on the one time I think it was by a connected with me and I said you know what it's GonNa be a life standard me as a mentor me as coach to as a you know what it's not about Intel. AH products you. I sold you something that's GonNa help you for the rest of your rights and it's a game changer right so I haven't you know what if I'm sitting here trying to be a coach in so myself to others to understand there's bother. That went helped me to get into a pricing up to see you kind of paper. Somebody that's GonNa Change Your Life you deal so there is something that connected my clients to me. And then when they saw the price tag. It didn't matter to them. They just go then because they knew something. Aligned between the both of us and you even top everyone's GonNa Mesh You're going to have an Avatar as a client avatar. And they're going to stay with what you WANNA do for them. And if they see they're gonNA the value Ukraine like there's some that will pay in like Arnold. I didn't get this much at whatnot but more like it was a video as you're posting using biding our from our calls or than I did anything else beyond because we run you. You did speak to me more than I mean when you were asking me. Why so quiet? What's going on in your head? All right we're connected but it's not really about just hard selling east talked.
"nadia a" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warriorâ€™s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"Story. Let's let's talk about when and you and I first met each other right. We'd be set it. We started working together. I believe at that point right. You shared enough saw. I'll I'll talk talk about my beliefs about your life which is also backed up but here we are right you your business was successful. You had like twenty five or thirty one to one clients but like the amount of stress and jumbled stock that was going on was so much your like your breakdown like these calls in this day and it was like it took twenty minutes from a heavy at wrapped around thinking. Well it's Kinda the same way you've had to live your life up until this point right there so it makes sense. I always how you do one thing is how you do you. Everything and so until you get clear on one part didn't matter me those business or mindset. I almost was I remember. We're kind of walking down that path side by side with okay okay. Let's talk about the fucked up shop in your mind that we all have right. Not is she special. But Roy we all have fucked up. Stop going on in our head we can to stop whining each other. It's okay and unless you a little bit. Spend thirty five forty minutes talking about that unless Jiffy or twenty minutes on my business and it was exp- been so cool to see you. Write to me. Truly undervaluing valuing yourself in the market working like ninety seven hours a week to make good money. I think given great money but then the talk about like that transition right enough. Forgive me it has nothing to do with me. Like you've experience your own reality show. We haven't worked together for four five months six months. I don't even. I'm not running a tally on it. But what I love is a factor we forged an actual friendship. When when you have a question about something you text I mean there's always I don't know no big deal no rush? Don't take your time and I'm like Kazan's like call you. Give us some advice right. I mean that's just kind of the way it works with with clients so I'm like I said I'd love to know from that. That entry right when he started the business up until now because like now you sit in front of me your mom your bright eyed bushy tailed. You got all types of own talk about as far as the growth of your business. Because that's super exciting to see I. I said twenty five hundred one client's work ninety hours a week to where you're at now is nine different. What was that like? What what did you experience then? I can't say that I think one of the main reasons why push Subaru was excited. I was able to seek clients happier. Even I couldn't control myself. Wait to make myself happy. The fact that makes sense. We're organic we're happier and living a better life. Felt like I was to Tuck. Not what's your what's your instagram. Page not nutrition writing score. Yeah favor right now. Pauses episode hop on g go to Nadia underscore nutrition audio's Yup and see some of her transformations from her clients. Like there's plenty people say. Oh I'm I'm a health coach right on a wellness coach. I'm a Dietitian. I'm all these things and then you look at Nadia's clients ribot twenty thirty forty pound weight loss to the right way. A sustainable way a healthy way no pills potions lotions no crash diets. You educate them like you do. Stop Lights beyond the right way. Probably I WANNA make sure the you actually stop from the check it out because this isn't it's just bullshit like you care so much and that's what made me want to bring this up in pas for seconds like you said that you're seeing the transformation right I can have you drinking if you're listening died hack for you. You're ready for this. Get Out of Penn and super fancy. Drink fucking gallon of water water a day for a week and you'RE GONNA lose five pounds right like your body's going to regulate your lose five pounds back because just flush out toxins like not getting in kick ass huge results with massive retention like she hasn't had openings on her roster for months because the quality hours. Now that I've been interrupted completely share the rest of you will up is actually making a huge change. In the way I present my transformations nations. I I'm a huge believer on what higher mind seizure. saw is a way you will start. You know bowing yourself and on your goals IOS and being able to kind of stay deployment because I when I was opposing transmission photo. My clients were preparing themselves to each other like why she wouldn't like this. But I've were it's hard. Why why does this ten thousand? I looked like started telling them. Everyone's very very different. And you can't sit your yourself to everyone else's like weight weight-loss what am I doing wrong and it turns out everyone's mentality different. Everyone's routine is different. One might have. Children may not be going through some or modal issues or digestive issues. That person isn't so my transformation of our now all that Ryan said you notice. I try alarm conversations by clients because because the difference in the way think is what the way they see. UELI light the way cells. Help Hi hi SMI up to work even harder for them. Because that's how my journey was to. I want comparing myself when I was competing with the embassy. Competitions are sitting there looking at pictures I I remember crying to Dave. My competition relegated now with ads. She's in this little appropriate exceptional bikini. Like I'd never seen until like two weeks ago. I don't think I've ever seen a picture of that right. It wasn't relevant for a coaching. So certainly didn't ask coming on my day. I'm like that's killer hard work like I know that takes of the misery to get to that low body fat. You hate life at that moment when it. I want everyone to understand. It's not about just the way book way will come after that. It's the way you feel about yourself. It's the way transformation in your mind as so much more powerful than the way looks. Yeah Bill I want everyone to. I want their mind and body to be a light. 'cause Museum Social Media All day every day the difference between weight loss and how this Best this kind of wanted to look like this but now I'm so happy at the Interior. Look this way more. I'm just so happy in feel so I stopped myself the way a walk now and I want that for everyone because sometimes people look at another person's goal and they try to achieve that goal instance United Region that's not your goal Sonos bowl rating so that's the If anyone sees instagram you'll see that one of my biggest transformation confronting the fact that in your your mental change is bigger than your physical change for me and my clients so I you know going back to going back to my journey of transitioning from going it bringing high school in corporate warrants to running around company came from the fact that even though I was going crazy I was so in fact I laughed myself. I wasn't taking care of herself. You know I was drinking. I was sleeping super super late. I was awaken up. I would skit a gym. And and Ron Wyden said I was losing myself so much and that's actually why. Come to animals meet this guy. I was listening Xavier Everything you need in your life so I do feel a lot of coaches out. There that do put their heart and soul Is GonNa be a point. Were you do lose yourself. Because you're putting your serving everyone else. A new help become women. Rates is getting tattooed I am I am. You don't fucking cure of late. I'm not I'm not a safe. You should not be saving saving anyone. I'm a leader so say you're not a lead. I'm later notice. Savior knows it. Ain't you're saving everyone trying to save everybody because I lost herself cross cross as and that's why I felt like they used to come to you and say hey. Do you ever get tired of coaching. I thought I love coaching mine. Hey Coaching Why am I coaching. Like no no I title head coaching. It's the fact that I lost myself doing that. And so the transition going through corporate wellness and people you know having support you getting your paychecks. Week by meekly you have to. You don't have to clean the dirty work. They will do it for you. At this point I ended up being my own. CEO My own boss had to keep my own aligned to take care of myself. Oh Saint German science so yeah working. Ninety hours a week was insane. I didn't have a wide. Eyed barely had any relationships. I barely had did. It'd be friends understood me. I lost the one that didn't understand the end so that transition was pretty damn dark. But I'M NOT GONNA lie there only Through because of the fact that I saw how much it was changing their lives and it helped me so much in back microns. Still Inspire me to stay on track. It's all it's it's a back-and-forth doc important I'm GONNA help them. I see how well they're doing. They are doing that for them. It's it's it's easy for me to do that too now because I realized I I be doing the results as well. So that isn't it was dark. I know you'd be crazy. Border is yeah. It's been Jeremy and it's still its own. Say what we shared some tears right. But that's part of I think walking walking side. Oh by signed her hand in hand with anybody they actually care about is right. It's it's creating a box you know. Feel safe feel comfortable in ride. There's never any judgment in that for me because all I was seeing was an old version of myself in you right. I think that's is people like. Why are you a coach? Why what gives you the right? What wealth because every every time I get to speak to you Nadia or anybody? It's teaching me something like it's. It's like I'm coaching myself. Coaching other people and it holds me accountable. Like you said like. I can't sit here and say you should do X. Y. Z.. If I'm not doing X. Y. Z.. Better than anybody. I'm trying to share it with a lot of alignment for and that's the thing that when you have a mentor there your leader and you need to you working your ass off going to the gym having family in the business and then would ask you on your down dates or you find one day told me Adam approaching that it's been hard the okay okay all going through it hearing that because you're right like I think I've become a lot more powerful in the way. I helped myself out the meditation all that I know you brought all his tools into my life but it was not easy doing all at once at to go one doc. In time you'RE GONNA take turns upside but you gotta stay consistent some of them too right. So yeah I think working myself is and being real and raw honest when my clients is the only way to help them out to all one in the same as just in your experience with the coaching. And I'd like to help everyone else do the same thing by.
"nadia a" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warriorâ€™s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"It's like you're not living and that's not fair and not that made communities talking about it. No one really wants to talk about what it is to be aware of. What is to be truly truly happy and what it what it means to be settled normally gets it and so I feel like coaching clients? A Lot I don't tell them they naturally realized come to me. It's only man. I realized that I was myself. I didn't even know what it meant to put herself work. It was always you have to treat. You have to stir others than yourself but how are you gonNA serve others if you're not serving yourself so that's been a long like long journey for me. I realise it's our time start coaching others and realized what I I found out actually figured it out 'cause I I never really had mentorship and anyone's prior to you never spoke to anyone and so i. I realized that this is a good way of going. Because I'm happy an choosing my jury in the way Eh. I was always happy. Obviously but it's crazy how much I was able to kind of on my way out in realize Hired you told me in yourself you can. This is we need it. Fixed you birds we. He's like you said you're not going to make money just by by just with your eyes of Once you figure out your net worth your value the only then can you actually move on with your life tonight. That was that blew my mind. Michael America right Iraq has been doing this myself once affair himself At some point it just became dark. And you're like it's not because you don't want to do is because your loss we'd find your way out because of the traumatic. Thank experiences have been there. I never really faced the way. He helped me face them so now at the sidelines. You bill why I oughta that act you wanted to share that ride this none of this about self promotion for me it just. It's really crazy because until you're bringing this up like I almost have forgotten some of the entry points because it feels so so long ago where I was down in Dallas Texas at an event and Nadia and her friend and came to the hotel. Say Hello and read. We ended up having the conversation about what it could look like to coach together and ride. Ninety was in search of a business coach that was just rather essentially what came out of her mouth. Now Mike Okay. That's cool but your businesses businesses. In fact you are way. What am I missing simple? Let's systems and processes that's looking at numbers that's paint by numbers your psyche is its own is own thing and what I what I love about. All of that is not only. Do we walk hand in him through some tough times. Right it's ripping off that bandit and it is never fun but the first four to six weeks. It's it just never enjoyable but now that we walked through that so long ago and your business has continued you to grow and expand comes full circle. I called the Hero's journey where I met you at the top. In you know you learn a new skill and got darkening scary halfway down like doubting yourself. It's all this crazy shit and then it you keep getting more and more success motivation that becomes your goal to share what you learned which I think is what all was supposed to be like this awareness and the fact of you knew it somewhere inside of you. I didn't tell you something you didn't know you just didn't have somebody in the light on it. We were met dope and I was actually quite at the time of you asking or or imply dating. What's on your mind like speaking the this is how it ill at this little happy? I know I know I don't know. Do this plugin having said you know you know I just. I feel like you have a pattern and dramatic experiences are kind of bullying back. And I've always believed that I've never ever heard someone say it out loud. And that's arousing okay. That's what I've been doing this entire time and so yeah coached and whatnot but in order for you to progress in in learning more about yourself and how much you can read that table someone you just need someone to shine that light on you because you're always going to be worse credit bureaus Jose Yourself Baron. You know you're going to make you the first question. Do you feel like Yard do we all did you. All everyone wasn't Feels like we're down and it's crazy that you even asked me that because I didn't think other people were thinking starts in it really live CEO's and top topsy IOS billionaires billionaire thing in the same damning and I said Oh my gosh I'm not I'm not feeling feeling. Yeah why the transition right the thank you sharing all about me. I don't WanNA breeze over that but really I still am curious. Gives you the college part right. You going through college and eventually you had on corporate America if I remember you did you did something. That wasn't coaching. I actually went into a so. I got my nutrition degree and in school. They only told you. If you WANNA be nutritious you have to be a Dietitian and do your nights the era so I said okay. That's my only way. It's the only the brave that's going to do. So as Personal Training Degree in attrition and then it's only The option was to get out with nutrition degree. And you can't get a job unless you the I'm not I honestly could not afford diabetics program because it's unpaid so it was. It was like an internship. Attention been paid for it so the joggers. So I got a job at Baylor University Vision Institute For a year or save up money in that and go back about actually got denied the Talking mostly because I I actually rejected from college too I never got hi. It's Paul it you'll my way through. Its I wrote a huge as an old exactly those dealing with a high school never went. I all I did was I was always is worried about him along through our entire education years so once I wanted to go to causal it was a it was I. Didn't I didn't study classes. So Hey Begged my way. I also do right so I found a friend. I asked her to write for me. So hey this is how it feel cheap. Bright on she had the she did Illegal actually got into you in the interview so they both said I guess to me the N. T. A. Transfer Agenda for June. Twa Degree there. After I graduated there as unclean Attack at Baylor Baylor was a great place. Learn American lives a wonderful a good platform to learn more about the issue but say China Straining La Fitness too. Because I didn't want to lose a training spirits so at a hospital it was really about preventative. Care it was more about obviously cheering. What conditions like diabetes her issues or whatnot? I actually not just Baylor. I just know that minimum Titian therapy was it for me because it's not it's more more so carries converse carries out and how it just stay winds health. I went to be the one that prevented anyone getting to the hospital. So even after one year said awesome Another year second year goes by. I don't I still don't Wanna be your Third Year comes around on my guy. Just don't WanNa do this shit anywhere I really liked. I took Getting interested by ended up working at a anytime fitness lifetime and then I started working at hormone therapy clinic for weight loss and everywhere that sort I realized that it didn't take me as female very seriously versus the men that I was working next to I also was being treated like. I don't think some in some wellness clubs where my managers when see me as professional it will just see me as a female and that was really hard because it's key pre myself. Oh keep hurting myself. Which is okay okay to do that? But when you're trying to trigger softened fight through your management you don't have focus clients so now very hard hard for me to Jumping from Out Who's GonNa take it seriously on their some gyms like any time that was great our deadline for a while Dan. I got the Nutrition Director Vision Lifetime because they really did like the coaching By all these long as clouds in weightlessness Forcing can you to Show pills clients as the only way commission so instead of selling these pills. I was taking extra time to coach you. You paid to coax you get paid for every bill that you sell so I saw that I was enjoying more coaching. He paid for it. Snows linking shoving I'm kind of like what am I do. I need you the most time I get paid into. You know bring value films time a Ah Ah Jim I realized hey. Identity grade is for these kinds. Might End Jim in Sal. Maybe style with bowling zero dollars. Imagine mad cow. I ended up just quitting. I started my own company in. We'll figure it out. Figure this shit out our five hundred dollars for my mom got a certification Gatien as a health coach so I can have incredibily vomit. And that's exactly where it started. I just in corporate world women's. It's not always among saying everyone's tap there is just my experience in of Corporate Wallis or all wasn't what I expected it because I really just wanted to work on the mind and body deal lineman of of it not telling them hey she channel unhappy supplements in a day so now Building reports huge. I don't think he's Wallace realize I would go home. Cooked clients at home would go to plans at home when I get back to where I have to use those hours to mark air supplements Alaska.
"nadia a" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warriorâ€™s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"How are are you so I must put out a disclaimer before we get rolling the show I I believe in transparency? I know Nadia very very well I've got to bear witness to her meteoric rise inside of the coaching health wellness personal development space. And so it's really cool for me to to spend time. We've you Nadia because I've got to sit in the sidelines. Watch this over the past year and a half right. The first time we met each other is almost this time last year. Probably maybe a little bit before now and where you sit down. What you've been through is truly fascinating and so I want to get to that before I play cutting you off under your about to talk but the I just start? Every one of these episodes with Adam hackel question and the question was always the same. You're not for Noor yourself starter. You're motivator motivator. What is one piece of advice you'd give to every person that's either considering or in their first year a small business ownership? Don't let your fears stopped you. They are non-existent. Any fear that you have. It's crazy to know that there's people out there less less and less experience doing the same shit and things that you didn't even think you could though I just actually leave in not not letting your fear staking vote view. I love that. So what he's basically saying is there's a bunch of second rate coaches out there that are trying to get into her marketplace. That are nearly as he's gotta she is. No I'm I'm serious but I'm kidding right. There's there's a thing that I think. All of US coaches mentors consultants. Whatever you WANNA call? Do we cheat a paper is GonNa make us more successful. The credit is GONNA matter matters. You put yourself out there consistently and you explain the people how you can help them. And it's all about your experience you right eastern go to school. A conjecture fixations can do read everything. There is author there to learn to be a good coach but when you went back I sit here and look back look at everyone. That's doing very well because they'd come from their experiences lessons of up. Coaching other equal Everything into play and being able to coach others is. It's a beautiful thing is just you have to really be a competent in. And why are the first place I mean when you are truly self aware of what you want. What makes you happy? Your instinct will take you the right direction. So don't go. I love that and speaking of that I love to unpackaged off the brilliant. Set his you. Because you're always. I mean you might have been born coach but you. You're always self-employed. You had a corporate background in. I'd love you to write. Walk us through the rest of your life. Because I think it's incredibly inspiring like you have that maybe not ideal story right. You're living so sucks where you said but for me I'm like man. This is awesome in all of its grain the created the on the sidelines. which all come up to come back later? You're in the middle deal of Yami transitioning so a deadly. Thank you for that but yeah I started out wanting to do pre-med when I I I just. I didn't even know wanted to go to college. But because of the things that was going Lorna at home you know a dark environment will make you want to push further and get out of there so I just thought Maestro to college as you leave the house at the only the I mean to get the or go to college with she gotten we now need to call ticket. So what's it called on. EDGE WANTED IN PRE MED. Ed But as Dr Time during that time I was actually going eating disorders in Depression depression headaches It was never talked about in her household or even in our culture. Says it's crazy like I. This is going to be the most fucked up interview view. But you're GONNA have to roll with me as you're listening. I completely forgot that when we first met that you had right some anxiety some right. I don't I don't have to call like until you just said that I didn't remember any that you don't. You're not the same person I know. I agree yeah not every time I look back in. Let's wow if I thought like this and we want to. I don't want to get to deepen the personal personal offered. Because that's everybody's thing package but I think it's important to share as well like you didn't choose your your your family situation rival what you've got to experience from that. I think it's actually beautiful gift because of how much you care about your clients like it's like you had to have just it's tough on the now you can make it so other people's lives are better correct. Yeah it is crazy because I didn't realize when I when I started noticing that there was something will not me internally intact ninety how. HP Myself How. I felt about other people in relationships relationships. I it just started. It just became this hellhole now. There has to be overweight out. And so you know I. I don't know what it it was. Just the universe was speaking to me about this attrition all along but while I was going through that I remember the only that I had was everyone. was there or depressed repressed or this or not. I understand areas of health election or once. My therapist at the university and the students are actually practicing therapy so they didn't really do anything. Like how do you deal okay sitting here like are you serious. I feel crazy. I don't know what else to telling you so anyway That working out help me feel a lot better. I I don't think it's releasing any endorphin just because I was so into and you knew what I was going through a whole what I was looking at without seeing in in my father my mother and my extended family. I didn't know where happiness tame from Manhattan to find my own happiness came from working out and so I turned that into just aren't there be Grea- realize if I'm doing in the gym everyday progressing I was really regressing with string and I was going through so much Control anything home banking control. Enjoy what I'm doing in the gym. I WANNA be better here and turns out. TRICIA was enhancing performance not only was enhancing performance enhancing the wind cell the also. Because I was doing what they home was emotional eating and then when I was mostly eating made me feel like crap. 'cause I'm gaining weight so while gaining weight I was a and also going through eating disorder or not are For some time popping diet pills for some time it was just a crazy hellhole hole and so after going through my own journey in spink speaking to my training guides all my God. I've been through this. I know what you're feeling an ice starting. You know sitting on making you feel something going on coal because ended up going out with knee another. Only Gosh it's not about two suggestions. Not Staff is. It's how can we use these outlets to make you feel better make it's more alive. You're not either way way better by just by doing it for yourself rate. It's not just about going there. You want to move your body you getting with your mind you know I also No look anywhere else. I just thought this is my life how it'd be so actually essentially how I started was with my own dirty and what I find fascinating trouble the wrong word and I don't believe in stereotypes at all. It just happens to be the the people that I've had a chance to get known intimate relationship Intimate you know what I mean by that that happened to be right. We laughingly say Brown right. I don't know how to I'M GONNA put everybody in a box but that there's so many culturally accepted ways of treating people that are passed down from generation generation. I have mail clients right now. That are right of Indian descent and I have had female clients right and everything in between and and to see both sides of it related and awakening of the twenty five or thirty five year old men. A lot of them are saying like I was taught some really fucked up stop flight and I'm not judged I'm judgment free right. I don't know what goes on anyways household other than the presentation that I get to hear but on your side right you got to see the the other side of that right. You're just a long line of like you said he tried your culture the people that are nearest to you. That was like the ways that people were being treated Normal right it was like it wasn't it was just necessarily isolated event it was and I say that where I believe that every person that's breeding reading deserves respect and I believe that person's breathing and dead Murilo. Let's just talk about living dry now but like there's nothing you should be treated the same amount of respect as any other personal implant and what I find to be true is. That's not always. The culturally accepted way to treat people in other in other areas and you know being raised in that household learning that this is just how it is. 'cause I seen away a man in my family tree women and I realized okay. My family is my culture Maybe it's not as my way. Their parents array of them as well. Enzo one day when I was flutters old. I don't know maybe the black sheep of the family but I realize this is in and seemed normal to me. This is not normal to me until I just had to say I just had to say it out lots father my family that I don't think this is okay. I don't think this is how you see women. You should see women treatment in. It's all a you were raised in this in this kind of environment as well. I think that's why I'm so passionate about my community. Because they're started looking into the use of ways and the things that their parents teaching about eating in that there's such against depression insperity. There's no such thing as you being mentally aware you just do this this this and then you're doing it correctly. You know being a being involved with my community the US they're being force in pressured into Is College or becoming days of using. It's probably just it's just fun. You can't have created added a special example but you know starting a business. I never thought I would and I'd never I got a little lucky. My parents about you know they let me do whatever the hell I wanted to or sure just because I never really knew about college what career is out there so I got lucky in that aspect because I got to start a business it really have to go to college shows whatever I wanted to whatever I wanted to go to exciting Just being involved in the community has clients in the used ahead on tiered with and whatnot is so so crazy that they're just so formed in one way of thinking in what happens. Is that when your stuff aware and and you know what truly makes you happy to where.
"nadia a" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"For what goes on media. This is coming out. Stories Isabel cost about one of the most important compensations if your life I'm Emma goal swell, now coming out, stories, this time to hear from not you check religious upbringing with a Christian, and a Muslim, dad. She's also Skanska massive school because of the bullies. She did eventually come out to her mom, a couple of years ago though. Sparse, sexual me personally is more about connection, and that might be the might be interested in a male or female, a supposedly goes beyond the physical fall. Would you say your sex, then we decided that I've heard of this? Of wouldn't say that. No in SIMS of why understand from it. Just because for me, suppose personally is more male or female, suppose upon sexual goes beyond that as well doesn't it? It's confusing time really confused. That's out there at the moment, Demi sexual, so this just labels coming out, head are divided the moment. She's entrusted prices for you then in terms of your own head. When did you first start to think, oh, I might not be straight, for example. So for me it was a young age. I was about maybe nine years old, but more. So when I started high school, just I develop in these really strong feelings and just couldn't ignore that anymore railway feelings for girls school. Yeah, yeah. For a woman. Yeah. And yeah, it was very powerful. And so it wasn't just a friendship. It was beyond the way I saw the way I felt for the and did you express tool at did here, quite intensely actually thought was interested, but time, suppose being so young and not knowing too much about set. Being a bit worried about what people might think about me, not shame a suppose didn't want to let everybody know about. So you. Burson felt eventually of a long time after not in that moment. Yeah. For that, period, the risk, just very powerful feeling sir, but because that was the first time I felt that way a supposed. I was curious as well as it was it just a one off is going to happen again in future sa-, maybe that point. Yeah. Of just curious. But you didn't do metal to you. Didn't. I did. No didn't in your head. Even from young age. She thought might be amber sexual, and yeah, I did feel that way. Both from around me with a lot bullying going on at high school. We've over goals were open with us sexual. It made me once kind of close up about it not talk about it. And I found it really difficult handily my motion's actually. So there was a lot of destruction going on, at that period of time, self destruction with me, just because like couldn't be myself self destruction, so mental health, really feeling like I was different that it was wrong for feeling not way thinking about the environment in which grew pin of people's beliefs, and being influenced by the so that was quite suffocate and at the time. So even though a need that the down that, while there is an interest in women and these feelings really strong. Let's just try and push that one side for now. Because Chile I don't think this is right because of what mates believe. So also things were they saying schooling to these other girls came out, just general terms that he used to bully people that might be gay lesbian, bisexual or what half year. And it just seen the impact that, that had not individual thinking of one person at the time that made me kind of really close up about myself. I didn't have the confidence to speak how or become spilling in my own skin at that point, it was just really difficult. But looking back now I will show out have been that person to speak up and to support up person as well. And so let that person that they're not alone. So in that it's okay to feel that way. So was he's in Hong, so it was always easier in hindsight. When you still go in fruit when you you start to develop these feelings. It's hard to comprehend how it really feels for you. And I think it's having that time today, just it so but as well as well as, as well as what the bullies were saying school, there was a religious aspect to what was going on your head, as well. It was. Yeah. So was Krisztian matab Muslim, so very strong belief zones of the way they see the world and what we should what we shouldn't be doing. Just listening to that on a daily basis made me feel the Akron really be myself because if do have this. Interesting women, and I am open about that. What does that mean for me to sit mean that I'm gonna go to hell or going to be condemned in some kind of way it was just really suffocating at that time. Really? So we'll parents saying stuff those just that you picked up from both religions well, suppose it was more of what they would say about over people. So when they saw stuff on TV -ssipi, people that were gay. Lesbian bisexual even out in about rarely just flying comments. That would make it was very paran-. What they fall about for me, personally, that may be kind of hold every in, because the straight away, I would be denied, and that would be really difficult conversation Sahaf. So I just divided it really, I didn't know any other baby didn't have people in your firmly. No. Nobody in the family. So Yere suppose it would be a big thing for me to come out and actually say that. And did you go to church to moss when I was younger did on a few occasions with my father church for more on a couple of occasions, but never really felt that fitted within not environment? Could see how helpful it was for them and why they want to go. What was this geographically so Manchester area group? Interesting. You know, having see parents with different religions, you're knee from young. Gauge the just wasn't for me. Really, really? Didn't think it was. Yeah. Didn't feel able to access it. Well, that says, suppose you know, religion wise, so China with the Muslim community or the Christine community that didn't feel right for me. They try and there are elements of it that Europe took away with me. But in terms of being open with my sexuality suppose, there was nobody else around me that was gay lesbian half years. So I couldn't have that conversation to feel confident about time I found it difficult speaking, my friends, because they were straight, and so that, that might be difficult conversations, try make them onto stunned that and then again, the shame element of, of in Cologne. It was more or less to do with me in how I fell about then. Eventually did come out. I did what changed? It guts point where I just I just had to betray to myself after years and years of mental health issues, a lot Farah pay the transformation, that kind of started with IMI that was kind of the loss. If the puzzle Rayleigh, the okay, I've done all this on this is amazing. I mean this person now, actually, I want to celebrate who I am, as a whole and yet the shame starts diminish, and we've in just helped me talk about openly. An think first of all, I just wanted to show that with my friends, which did initially and with my partner as well. He was very supportive. And along the way what happened was my mama's in hospital. And I just felt that gosh, you know, if anything's happened Sma mom, and she never knew the person, I truly was that will be heartbreaking for me. And so. They just felt the right time to have that conversation and to be so open about two, and, yeah, in return, the response has been loosely, really supportive, and it's just nice to finally be myself rarely so speaking, Simone that was only two years ago. So it's quite recent but was my friends say, new year, here's the first person you told them. Oh going away. But now it was the best friend of mine time high school just finishing high school and having to open up about the because of the failing sight, experience for this of a woman that kind of staffing off rarely and slowly. But surely see response was guts in the east. Okay. He cares. You know, you're in swimmin- grape you're in Samoan great. Whatever takes you fancy. Rarely. I don't know. He kind of made everything feel a little bit lights, and then eventually sti- talking about infrared paid. We psychologists I was being treated for my mental health condition, which of lent Samah niche, now, which is amazing. I think that was a big step is while because at the time I was hold him back in Farah, pay not wanting to talk about worried about what that person would think about me. So, yes, it was just developing confidence along the way. Suppose payers was a big deal. But if you're married to a man that's quite a lot jeopardy. Our guest isn't. Yeah. Having out to Paul. Yeah. Yeah. I was really nervous about the chalet. A met my husband when I was seventeen years old and a couple years since relationship by opened up to him about these feelings hot for the woman, my skill that we were talking about before, and actually, this is me. You know, this is my sexuality and having spoken with that. And his response was fine time. Ms always been really supportive, you know, it was never an issue, but I think now suppose recently been so open about the I think it can be difficult for maybe some people to just say when they see new without one person all of your life. And then yeah. Oh, right. Okay. Searing swimming as well. What does that mean for your relationship you Marat? And so I have had some stigma pass from the outside world, INSERM serve. How can you be married? So a man, you know, if you're in swimming is one of the over the what? I just say it's about that the end of the day spot love spot connection, a might be interested in women as well. But it doesn't mean that I'm going to go out there and look at every woman on the street and yeah. She's now she's nicer one or what half year Bevery fan, you know, vinca songs you love that person. That's all that matters. And so you'll be connected to that individual. That might happen to be man or woman and in this case, married to a man. So that's why is but it's hard. Sometimes I feeling like you have to justify himself just wants to be the end of the day will. Yeah. Definitely sucks struggle. So what was dot com? Socialite with your moment. And she was in bed in hospital. Yeah. So it was when she came home. She was in recovery. I just felt this needs sought to her, and it was very emotional. Actually, I was just very open and honest about. A really showed her the pain, the Bill Paul of these, as with suppress in that, and just really making her aware of how much this means to me to have this conversation right now..