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Stephanie Miller

05:37 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "nicole" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"What? It is the Stephanie Miller show. Dana Goldberg is here DG comedy on Twitter follow her worship her. Um, Rudy Giuliani. Okay, first of all, I was just saying he's like a cartoon character yesterday. He's like, Cassidy hatching says a liar. And she wasn't there when I asked for a part. So he said she wasn't there when I asked for anything. And then I didn't ask for one. Okay. So he's potentially implicated in the seditious conspiracy involving oath keepers and Proud Boys in the testimony that kasady just gave. Correct? She said I recall hearing the word oathkeeper here in the word Proud Boys closer to the planning of the January 6th rally when mister Giuliani would be around. Here they go again trying to make her not just a coffee girl, but like, oh glorified secretary, there's all these pictures of her in all these sensitive Oval Office meetings. It's like, come on, right? No, absolutely. We knew this was going to happen. Though, the moment Trump started to attack her on troops social, it meant most, if not everything she said was probably true. Right. Right. You meant Trump, Duncan? Switch Trump calls it. I was trying to be accurate. Somebody pointed out we were talking about Jim Jordan being so tiny next to Cassidy. He wrestled the 132 pound weight class. You could take him stuff. Oh my God, I could take him down. Totally take him. Oh my this morning, but one O 9. Am I in the same class? No. Yeah, but it means one way close above you. You could do this. He is literally the same size as ET. Who is exactly as likely as gray as? Okay. Okay. The Washington Post reporter who won a Pulitzer for her stories on the Secret Service, question why agents had not apprehended pro Trump insurrectionists who brought weapons. I have so many questions, Dana? Not just Tony ornato was a liar and has been proven to be such previously and is obviously a trumpy, but this writer was talking about. She said, there's a problem in all this is that the Secret Service uniformly kept enabling Trump all the way through his final year in office, doing things that were extremely dangerous and to his own agents whose own health to the health and safety of peaceful protesters, the clearing of Lafayette square, the campaign rallies during COVID that gave COVID to God knows how many of his advance agents, all of those were due to Tony ornato, the person at Trump appointed to be assistant director of the Secret Service who's still in that position today, Tonya who was also with Trump on January 6th. And the question becomes, did he do what he was supposed to do to protect the public and protect democracy, so because that's what how did that happen? How do they allow people to be in the trees with AR-15s? That's period. Right. In the District of Columbia. Right. I mean, I'm gonna say, 'cause they're white Trump supporters. Can you imagine if they were Black Lives Matter protesters? I mean, they would be shot out of the street. Let's be honest. She said it's a crime to have a gun on federal land. Why didn't the Secret Service do anything about that? It's a crime to assault a federal officer of Trump laid his hands on the detail leader inside the SUV. I mean, I am assuming, of course that did happen, but they're not going to rat on them because they're trumpy. They know he's a lunatic, but they're absolutely. He said, I mean on Nicole Wallace said, on the act of now knowingly sending arm supporters who were committed to hanging Mike Pence, I wonder if there's any examination of inspector general that's looking at Trump's role in endangering a life of a sitting vice president, Carol and he said, where were the arrests of these people with weapons? Because the reason capitol police didn't fire on anybody that day who were literally almost killing their own soldiers in arms, killing the police, is that they were almost at the stage of killing they were almost at the stage of killing multiple police officers, heart attacks, spears, bear spray, everything. Why didn't they do that? 'cause they were afraid of a bloodbath. They were afraid if they pulled the trigger, it would start all of the people who were armed, who they knew were armed in the crowd firing back, and then it would have been Civil War on the steps of the capitol. One of the officers that testified yesterday said, when he sent that Trump that Pence tweet, he said the fighting in the tunnel intensified. And he said, we thought they were going to send people to help us, right? And he said, Pence needs to testify. He said, he sent people to kill you. And you're only alive because we held the line. He's such a coward. He's never going to testify. He is such a coward. Yeah. I mean, I just. This attorney, this is just one more attorneys are attempting to block subpoenas for George's state legislators from the Fulton county special grand jury investigating Trump's efforts overturn the election there. I mean, they're only going to be able to hold back the truth for so long. That's what they keep trying to do. Delay delay to who knows what syphilis and attorneys are going to do. They're just trying to delay, you know, the truth coming out. Yeah. But it's going to, right? It is, and I can't wait, especially when Cheney teased the other hearings at the end of the last one. I'm like, bring it on. Bring them on. Yeah. Yeah. Well, who is it? Denver riggleman said, this is the more, I don't know what he said bigger, but yeah, this is just the beginning. I think that's why they did this now, I think, Dana, is to shake loose these other pieces hopefully like cipollone. Well, Thompson at the end was beautiful. He's like, if this woman's testimony made you remember anything that you may have forgotten before, you're willing to come forward or for some reason you just found the courage. Why don't you give us a call? Like, it was beautiful. Yeah. Get on the beautiful way. Yeah, get on the right side of the law now. Get to the DoJ for immunity or whatever you need to do. We love you, Dana Goldberg. Listen to me. I love you all. The daily beans, MSW media dot com on Twitter. She's a DG comedy. We love you Dana Goldberg. See you next week. All right. See you tomorrow on the Stephanie Miller show.

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Fresh update on "nicole" discussed on Career Relaunch

Career Relaunch

12:23 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nicole" discussed on Career Relaunch

"Of actually writing a book and putting chapters together and all of that, which was just a whole other level. So it's been a really interesting journey and I've really I've learned so much and I still have a monthly writer's workshop which I go to and we have to submit 4000 words, so it keeps you accountable. Yeah, so that's what I'm doing and I'm writing fiction now and hoping that that will turn into something and that's based in Hong Kong. Very interesting. For those people after who are aspiring authors, do you have any quick tips? Just Kate writing. Don't stop. I think the difference between being an author or not is that the author didn't stop because so many people we start riding we all think we've got a book of nursing we give up but just finish it. Don't worry too much about the first draft, just get it all out and that can always be fine tuned and edited and what have you. Well, keep that in mind myself. If people, if people want to learn more about you Nicole or your book, China blond, where can they go? Probably the best place is Nicole Webb online, that's my website and I'm on all the social medias as well Instagram, Nicole Webb online, Facebook, and Twitter. So yeah, come and say hello. Well, thank you so much, Nicole for taking the time to tell us more about your life as an expat in Hong Kong and China and how you manage to build a new life and career for yourself there and also back in Australia and also just the importance of going for it when you have an opportunity to come up. So I hope things go well with your book and your work as a media publicist and your advertorial work. Thank you so much for having me. I've really enjoyed it it's been great talking to you. So I hope you heard some useful insights from Nicole about regaining your confidence, building some professional momentum and returning back to your roots. Now it's time to wrap up with today's mental fuel, or I'm going to share my thoughts on the ebb and flow between doing free work and paid work. Before we get to today's mental fuel, I'd like to thank grammarly for supporting this episode of career relaunch, built by linguists and language lovers, grammarly's writing app finds and corrects hundreds of complex writing errors so you don't have to. And as a career relaunch listener, you can download grammarly for free by going to get grammarly dot com slash relaunch. This is the part of the show called mental fuel where I finished the show with a brief personal story related to one of the topics we covered today and wrap up with a simple challenge to help you move forward with your own career goals. And for today's mental fuel, I wanted to pick up on something to call mentioned about the early days of her writing endeavors. When she had that blog where she wrote parenthood articles for free, then only later began writing for magazines and eventually monetizing her blog. And this topic of whether to offer a service or a product for free is one that comes up a lot with my clients. So I thought I'd share my two cents on how to decide whether to do something for free or to charge for it. And I suppose I'm speaking primarily to those of you listening who may be a solopreneur, freelancer, or self employed business owner, offering some sort of product or service to your customers or clients. But hopefully these principles can also be useful to anyone who's just trying to value your professional worth. So I'll start by saying, I really wrestled with turning the corner from doing something for free to getting paid for it when I first started my own business about a decade ago. When I first did one on one coaching for clients, I did it for free. Now I did this for a few reasons. Some related to pure practicalities and others more related to my own internal barriers. On a very practical level, I needed to accumulate some coaching hours to secure my coaching certification. So just doing coaching was my priority. I was also early on in my coaching career. So I just wanted to practice and develop my coaching skills with some trial clients without the pressure that comes with someone paying you to do something. I was also still working full time. So I didn't have the time or energy for that matter to proactively try and seek out a lot of pain clients. But on a more personal level, I just really enjoyed doing it. I loved and still do love listening to people's career stories and struggles. I really enjoy trying to help people sort through professional issues. And I really love the feeling of someone walking away from a conversation with some sort of newfound clarity. So taking what felt almost like an enjoyable hobby, then suddenly charging someone for it felt a bit awkward. But I'd say what was really stopping me was that I just didn't quite feel ready to charge someone for a service. When I still very much felt like a rookie. Then there was a question of how much to charge and what I eventually charged clients way back in 2013 is much less than what I now charge clients in 2022. I will say that after doing free coaching for a bit and this happened a bit faster than I expected. I quickly shifted to charging. If you've ever done work for free, it can be okay. But if that work is eventually something you want to turn into an actual job at some point, you got to start getting paid for it. And this was important to me because it forced me to treat the work with a level of professionalism that I didn't necessarily feel fully pressured to do when I was coaching for free. It kind of forced me to bring my a game to my clients. And it also meant the clients signing up for my coaching felt more invested in it. All of this resulted in me putting more into it, then putting more into it, and both of us achieving greater results, which in turn allowed them to feel satisfied with the sessions. Me to feel more confident, enabling me to charge more and attract more clients. And this just became a virtuous cycle, creating momentum that I feel allowed me to turn a corner and turn what was a side hobby into my day job. Now the reason why I'm sharing this with you is because I've found that making the transition from doing something for free to suddenly charging for it can feel a little awkward. At the same time, not charging a fee for something you feel someone could and probably should be charging for. Can also feel unsettling. Or even lead to resentment, or in some cases, make you feel like someone's exploiting you or taking advantage of you or not being respectful of your time. So to charge or not to charge, that is the question. And it's one I've wrestled with since starting my own business and actually still wrestle with to this day. While there's not a magic formula to deciding whether it makes sense to charge or not charge for something, I just wanted to share 5 situations when I've decided to offer something for free, which I hope can help you figure out whether you should do the same. Number one, to test something out. When you're trying to prove a concept, either to yourself or to others or both. For example, when I launched my first online course, I offered it for free to people during the first week to get some feedback on the content. And also to get some public reviews that created some social proof of the courses value. Number two, to gain experience. When I first did public speaking, my main priority was to gain experience in giving talks in front of audiences. So I grabbed every opportunity paid or unpaid to speak. That ultimately helped me gain the skills and confidence to eventually do mostly paid speaking engagement, which is now the bulk of my work these days. Number three, as a marketing investment, and more specifically to drive trial or raise your visibility. For example, in early 2020, I initially hosted one of my online webinars on virtual interviewing skills for my business school clients for free at the time when they were really thirsty for virtual content when all in person programming had essentially shut down. This allowed them to get a taste of my virtual webinars, which now comprise more than half of my current paid speaking engagements. Number four to make a contribution, sometimes I just write articles or post resources or speak as a panelist or give stuff away because it's my way of just helping other people when I don't expect or even want anything in return, which I feel is an important part of who I am as a career change consultant and actually one of my main motivations for doing this type of work. And finally, number 5, and this one's important just because I feel like it. Just to be useful in this world where everyone, especially in the startup or entrepreneurship world, is constantly talking about the path to profitability, finding ways to monetize or gaining tractions or users or paying clients. Sometimes I try to remind myself that it's okay to not charge. Or to make an exception and charge less. It's okay to not constantly be in selling mode. It's okay to not make money with every single action you take. Money doesn't always equal value and creating value doesn't always equal billable time. Sometimes I just want to be helpful. For example, when I cross paths with someone who I just enjoy speaking to and I feel well positioned to help or someone who's got a really unique story, I may choose to serve as an informal mentor for them instead of establishing a paid career consulting engagement or maybe an organization can't afford my regular speaking fees and I make an exception because I want to help the community they serve or because of the opportunity itself. This is your career. This is your business. This is your side project. So you get to do what you want to do with it. If you want to generously offer your time or expertise without charging for it, or to charge less than you normally would, go for it. If you feel like it's time for you to turn this into something that generates some income, well, consider what you might charge that feels right for where you are with it right now. But I just wanted to remind you that there is a time and a place in your career to do free work and there's a time and a place in your career when it makes sense to get paid for the work you're doing. You just have to decide which situation you're in, given the goals you have for yourself at this specific moment in time. Because it's going to have an impact on where you go from here. This takes me to a quote from Zig Ziglar. You are free to choose, but the choices you make today will determine what you will be, do and have in the tomorrows of your life. So my challenge to you is to just consider whether it still makes sense for you to continue doing something, you're currently doing for free. You might have very good reasons for continuing to do it for the reasons I described before. But if you've been getting that nagging feeling that it may be time to turn this side work you've been doing into something more. And if you haven't yet found a way to monetize it, I'd just like you to consider what earning even a little bit of money from it could potentially open up for you. Now, even if money isn't your primary motivator or need at this specific moment, that's totally fine. I just suggest you try and pinpoint exactly what you might gain from some sort of monetization. Whether that matters to you, and what that means for you. If you've enjoyed listening to this episode, you can help this podcast reach even more people by leaving a positive review and rating on Apple podcasts or Spotify. You can find the links to do that at career relaunch dot net slash 85, where you can also find highlights from my chat today with Nicole, learn more about her work or leave a voicemail for me with any question you want to ask or story you want to share related to your own career change ambitions. Again, that's career relaunch dot net slash 8 5. Thanks so much for listening to career relaunch and a very special thanks to Nicole Webb for sharing her personal story with us today from Sydney. This episode was mixed by Liam Mackenzie, our music was curated by Jonathan rinaldi poll and the career relaunch theme song was written and performed by electrocardiogram. I'm.

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Fresh update on "nicole" discussed on Career Relaunch

Career Relaunch

07:30 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nicole" discussed on Career Relaunch

"Experiencing? It was very weird, you know? I just same same, but not, you know, and we chose to live purposely in a suburb that we had never lived in before because I didn't want to go full circle and go back to where we used to live because I almost felt like that would be forgetting what we've done. And I didn't want to forget it because it was such a big part of our lives and it was so, as you say, amazing. So we chose this suburb that we didn't know much about, but seemed nice. It was just different because everything was in high definition. You know, no pollution, so everything was so defined and sharp, the sky was so blue. We've been wearing masks in China because of the pollution and all of a sudden I guess I could speak to the doctors in the hairdressers and that was an easy side. I hadn't driven for 7 years, so that was a challenging. And I guess trying to explain to people what you've been through and it was lucky that quite a lot of people came to Hong Kong and a few came to China. So some good friends knew what it was like. But many, many didn't, and it's really hard to explain to them what you've just been through. And I guess a lot of people will expect you just to pick up where you left off and you really can't because you've changed so much and life is so different for you and people would always say, you're going to go back to Sky News, you know, and I'd be like, no, no, I don't want to go back to Sky News. You know, I want to move forward and do different things and so I think it took again a big adjustment to settle back in and even just watching TV was quite jarring the Australian accents and the news was quite colloquial and now I watch it every night, but it was just so different to being overseas and not really watching Chinese television because I couldn't understand it. But just another world, I guess. Well, before we talk about some of the lessons you've learned along the way, can you also just explain what you're now up to as media publicist? What exactly are you now working on with authors? So because I published my memoir, China blond last year in October. So I did a lot of my own publicity because I know the media landscape here and I know a lot of the journalists because they're still around after 20 years, which is great. So I did my own publicity and got some good publicity and then I had a few other authors come to me and want me to do the same thing for them. So I'm now working with a great actually a charity the life you can save by philosopher. He just singer and philanthropist. He's quite well known and he's written a book of the same name and they curate the most effective charities to donate to. So I'm now working doing their publicity for their book and I've since done a few other fiction and non fiction authors. So just placing getting them exposure, I guess, on things like podcasts and newspapers and TV and radio. So I love doing that because it's what I know and it's fun and it's easy for me. And I've been doing, as I said, a few presenting gigs as well. So getting back into the studio, I did an advertorial the other week, which was fun, just to, because I really, one thing lesson I've learned is I told myself for ten years, I don't think I'd be able to read the auto cue anymore. It's like I told myself this narrative that I couldn't do it. The minute I stepped out into Hong Kong, it was over. And then when I went back to do it a few weeks ago, I was shocked that it was actually like riding a bike. And I couldn't believe that for ten years, I've let myself believe that that was something that would be too difficult for me now. So it's a big lesson. I know you haven't even asked me that yet, but just thinking about that is something that I really only discovered very recently. So I'm doing that and media training corporate companies that need to know how to get their message across in the media, which is sort of everything coming into the fore and riding another book. So yeah, my fingers in many pies. Sounds like you're very busy and definitely involved with a lot of really interesting projects and initiatives. And you mentioned lessons there Nicole, I would love to talk just a little bit about some of the things you've learned along the way before we wrap up by talking a little bit more about China blond. And I'd be curious to hear what is something that you have learned about yourself along this winding journey of yours. I think I've learned that I'm quite a chameleon and that I tend to fit in in adapt, which is quite a powerful thing to know that nothing will be too hard. You'll find your way around it. That's as far as expat life goes. I will living anywhere, I guess. And work wise, I think I've learned about myself that if I have a goal, I'm very single minded and I find that the way that I achieve what I want to achieve is by sticking to that goal and persevering at any cost, not giving up, looking back to those early days when I got my first journalism job. And as you look back to those earlier days, if you can kind of think all the way back to your days in your 20s, when you were working in Sydney, do you have any advice that you would give to your younger self as it relates to changing careers or relocating to a different country, and if so, what might that advice be? It will always work out. And I think one piece of advice, which is probably what my mom told me is that nothing's forever. So you can panic and get all worked up about should we be moving to Hong Kong or should we be changing jobs or should we be doing something? But at the end of the day, you take these leaps and you're not stuck there forever. If it doesn't work out, you can always change jobs. You can always leave the country and go somewhere else or go home. You're never really stuck. Except, of course, in COVID. But generally, I think you should take these risks and take those. Step out of your comfort zone because generally what comes from that is always rewarding and often it's far more rewarding, even though it seems so difficult at the time to step out of your comfort zone. I think the rewards far outweigh any that say you procrastinated and didn't do it. You would always be kicking yourself and wishing that you'd had the guts to do something. So I think you're better off jumping in head first and even if it is uncomfortable because the rewards will just be tenfold. And when you look back on your career transitions, what's something that you wish you had known that you now know? Oh gosh. Every sort of piece of work that you do is all making up to be this whole sum of who you are. You're not just one thing and we do tend to pigeonhole ourselves into certain things, don't we? And I think you are the sum of so many different things and everything really gravitates together to give you so much experience and more ways than one, you know, and life and work. And so each step you take in life is just another notch in your belt, really. And I guess I didn't know that when I was younger and you always worry about everything and worry what you're doing and is it the right thing, but it helps you grow, doesn't it? Well, I want to wrap up Nicole by talking about one of your recent endeavors, which you did allude to, but wouldn't mind talking a little bit more about your book, China blond, which you published last year, can you just tell me what's it about? And.

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Career Relaunch

07:29 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nicole" discussed on Career Relaunch

"You're doing some emceeing, you're doing some presenting, you started writing mocha musings. I guess you're a few years now into being in Hong Kong. Are you guys like, are you and James thinking this is where you're going to be for a while or what was the plan from here on out? Look, we like to think that was where we were going to be because we were loving it. You know, a couple of years in, we really, you know, you find your feet and you find friends and you start to really get into the swing of things. And we loved Hong Kong and we probably could have stayed there forever. But the problem now was that James was number two in the hotel and he needed to really get to be the general manager to progress his career further. So we started sort of putting out feelers and of course jobs would come up all the time from fan cock to soul to Singapore all over the place. India and the world James and sort of put his hand up and he might get to the last interview or that job would fall through or whatever, but China just kept coming up because they were building so many hotels. You know, I think in one year the company was starved at the time built 80 hotels in China. So it was almost getting a bit hard to avoid China. And we did get off at a job in Wuhan. So when no one knew where Wuhan was or that it even existed and I remember we went up there for the weekend because we had to decide by the Monday. So we went to have a look and make this decision, which was just so hard and overwhelming because we didn't really want to leave Hong Kong. And we ended up turning that job down, but we soon realized that we couldn't say no too much more. So eventually, she came up on our radar and I just remember Googling it because that's all I had to go on. And it looked quite attractive as far as Chinese cities go. You know, the quintessential Chinese architecture lantern sort of hanging around the city and I said to James, I think we've just got to do it and get it done. We'll go for a year or whatever, you get your first general manager role. And then you'll be more set up. And I thought I would just take my laptop and I'll continue my blog, of course there will be a lot to write about in China. I'll continue some of the contracts I had with magazines, et cetera, but I couldn't work properly, of course, because you needed a proper Visa, and that was all very difficult to get. So four years into Hong Kong and we moved to the middle of China with Ava three and a half years old. What was your setup in China? For those people who've never been to China, where were you living? What was that like? How was your adjustment so inland? If you've ever looked at a map of China, there's Beijing, the north on the east coast and then Shanghai is sort of further down. Xian's in the middle, but inland quite far. So landlocked. A city of 9 million people and there are many, many, many cities of 9 million. That's quite a small city in comparison. No one really speaks English, a very few westerners, when you consider Hong Kong's had maybe 100,000 expats, maybe there were 1000 in xi'an, tops, we lived in the hotel that we lived in the residences at the end of the hotel, but it was sort of like being in the hotel still. And it was just, you know, huge culture shock for me. For all of us, just thinking what are we doing? Just the noise was just crazy and chaotic, just horns beeping 24/7 day and night because they tend to use the horn instead of the indicator. Traffic was just wild careening all over the road, no lanes, no orderly driving, bicycles with four or 5 people piled up high, which is so many people, you know, we would step outside of the hotel in Ava and I were fair game. We were really pounced on because many people had never seen a white person in the flesh. So Ava, you know, this little pocket rocket that was three and a half with long blond hair and fair skin was just they would crowd around us and take photos and touch her and touch her hair and someone picked her up in that first week and I just remember being horrified. Thinking, oh my gosh, what are we doing? How am I gonna buy? You know, and I couldn't speak any Mandarin at that point. So it was just tough in the beginning. I guess the closest I've experienced to that, which isn't quite the same level of difference you're talking about here is my wife is Turkish and I'm in when we go to turkey that people are they're just not that familiar with seeing somebody who looks like me and there's a lot of people who kind of hover around us. People are very friendly, but it's also quite daunting and quite startling when people want to pick up your child and take them inside. It is going to take pictures. It's kind of odd. It's alarming. And at first I didn't realize that it was harmless, you know? And I didn't realize that it was just pure fascination. So you're on guard because you don't know where I could just imagine losing Ava in those crowds of people. It was just terrifying. So until I understood what it was all about, which took quite some time to understand the culture, understand these people and how they feel and how they think. It was a real work in progress. So you're in China and are you then thinking that at this point, you're going to be there temporarily and then what ended up coming up next for you guys. I think in 2017, you made another move. Is that right? So we ended up spending two and a half years in xi'an, which by the time we left, we really loved it. I mean, look, it wasn't Hong Kong, but we had sort of fallen in love. They had become our new normal because it was just crazy, but we had fallen in love with the crazy. And we had made a lot of great friends there. Chinese locals and expats alike. And we had really, I guess, found our feet there and we're enjoying it. I'd started writing my book because I decided I wanted to write a book. I just didn't quite know what that would be. And as soon as we stepped foot onto Chinese soil, I knew it would be about the country. So I started doing a lot of research, even though I had no clue how to write a book. And by the time I'd been there about 18 months, I started doing interviews with all sorts of locals from young women in China to my local hairdresser to an old war veteran and just started trying to find out who these people were and how they felt about their country and their lives and obviously I had a translator. I could speak some Mandarin by the time we left, but obviously not enough to do an interview. Yeah, so I spent a lot of time doing that and then James got offered a job in Sydney and of course we were sort of humming and hiring because we didn't want to give up, life overseas, but also it's very hard to get back to Australia and we didn't want to miss our opportunity and Ava was 6 and missing the grandparents and so we decided to say yes, it was with a bit of a heavy heart, but we thought it's now or never. So it was goodbye China. Now this is something I've always wondered about Nicole because as you know I'm from the United States and I now live in the UK and I've always wondered what's it like to go back to where you're from after what seems like was quite an amazing and kind of incredible personal and professional journey through Hong Kong and China. When you step back in Australia, can you describe what that moment was like for you? What sort of feelings were you.

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Career Relaunch

00:38 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nicole" discussed on Career Relaunch

"Today, my guest is going to share her story of relaunching her career as a journalist and news presenter to become an author and media trainer. We're going to talk about the professional challenges associated with not only becoming a new parent, but also moving to a new country while you've got a newborn in hand. Afterwards, I'll describe how you can decide if and when to charge for the things you've been doing for free. Today I'm speaking with Nicole Webb, who's a journalist, presenter, media trainer, and author. She spent 20 years in the Australian television industry working as a reporter, producer, and presenter, a key player at 24 hour news channel Sky News for a decade, Nicole covered stories, spanning tragedy to triumph, and she also produced many of skies high rating programs. In 2010, Nicole and her hotelier husband moved to Hong Kong, right when she had just become a mother, where they then lived for four years before moving to xi'an in northwest China. Nicole continued her work in media in the Asia Pacific region before returning to Australia in 2017, where she remained focused on communications. Nicole's work now includes hosting premier events, presenting for corporate companies and media training and consulting. Now, if you've ever moved countries or even cities, although relocating can certainly be exciting, you probably also know that any location change can be incredibly disruptive, jarring, and disorienting, even if you move to a place where people speak the same language. Also, if you're a parent listening to this, you know how life altering it can be to welcome a newborn child into your life. Nicole is going to explain what it was like for her to move to a new country where no one really spoke her language while becoming a new mother and trying to restart her career all at the same time. I hope you enjoy hearing her honest thoughts on how she managed to find her way and actually thrive through all these simultaneous major life changes. You can get all the show notes from today's episode at career relaunch dot net slash 85. We recorded this episode late last year and Nicole spoke with me from Sydney, Australia. Good evening, Nicole. Thank you so much for joining me on career relaunch. It is great to have you on the show. Hello, Joseph. It's fantastic to be here with you. I know it's getting late in the evening over there in Australia. So I appreciate your time here. I want to dive right into this. And first of all, just kick off by getting a sense of, what's your up to right now? What's keeping you busy right now in your career and also your life? Yep, it's light here in Sydney, so I'll try to make sense, but life is busy, you know, we've been back from China for four years now. And I think it takes a bit of time to find your mojo and settle in wherever you go. And so it feels like ever since sort of the pandemic. We had lockdown for four months and ever since that wrapped up, work has been coming at me. So I'm doing a lot of publicity for other authors, which is something I never expected to do. And that's really good fun. So I'm doing that that's keeping me busy. And I'm doing a bit of presenting again, which I haven't done really for quite a long time. You know, I did a lot of games seeing in that in Asia. Yeah, so I've been doing a few TV commercials and things which has been fun, getting back into the studio. And maybe you're training. So it's kind of come full circle, really. Everything that I learned in those early days is coming back into you. So it's been great. Now you mentioned your early days. I do want to go back to how you started your career many years ago. Before we get to that, could you also just describe what's happening in your life right now outside of work, what's keeping you busy, what's on your mind right now? What's happening in my life? Well, we were in lockdown for four months in Sydney, so nothing was happening, but I was still working. And we've been out of lockdown probably about 5 weeks, so not long, so it's just been really, I guess, slowly, slowly stepping back into the real world, dying to the shops for the first time again, going and getting hair color and card sitting in a cafe, all those things that we take for granted, and everyone the world over knows what that's like now. And just getting back into life again. So it's been good. It's been a bit overwhelming because, you know, you sit on your bum for about four months, not doing too much, watching Netflix and suddenly you're plunged into the world and people are having parties and gatherings, and it's all quiet. People. It is very jarring that adjustment. I found that that was pretty tough. I've recently gone back to doing a lot of in person, engagements. And I've found that it's quite rattling experience almost to just throw yourself back into being around tons of people again. So I totally understand that. I agree. I think it is. You know, you think you can't wait to see people again. And it is exciting when you first turn up to a gathering, but at the same time I found myself sort of putting it off, you know, and sort of trying to schedule things, wasn't so busy, wasn't on top of each other. You know, one thing at a time, I thought, one step at a time because it is just, it's overwhelming, like you say, you're not used to being around people and face to face, we've spent most of the time on Zoom for the last two years, haven't we? Definitely. I completely understand that. And I know that at the same time, you're probably somebody who's quite used to all sorts of different media and being on different platforms and formats, because I know that you actually haven't always been a media publicist, but actually you started your career off in journalism and I was wondering if we could go back to your first chapter back in your early career in Sydney when you're in your early 20s, could you tell me a little bit about how your career kicked off in journalism? And then we can move forward from there. Yes, so I was one of those people that when I was 17 in high school and sat in the career guidance officer and she asked me what I wanted to do. I really wasn't sure. And I knew I wanted to live a life less ordinary, but what that meant I didn't know. Hollywood, maybe, but I couldn't act or sing, so that was out of the question. What else? And so I remember she said to me, well, what about journalism? And I thought, you know, that could be an interesting career, and I like to dig deep and investigate and find out things. So that I had probably quite like the idea of being a news reader. So from then on, I sort of made up my mind. Right, that's what I'll do. Not being naive to how difficult that would be to get into. And I managed to get into university doing a Bachelor of Arts majoring in journalism and public relations and went off and did that for my three years and finished and of course it was so hard to get a job. It was near impossible blondes, young girls wanting to be reporters on TV were a dime a dozen. So to stand out from the crowd was really tough. So I ended up getting a job in radio in sales for a while. So I was sort of given the phonebook and said he's your client base, go out and sell radio advertising, which was a bit daunting. So I did that for a while and then the TV station local TV. I'm talking country town too. Poached me for the TV station and I did that, but I still always had this yearning to be a TV journalist. So I started making a demo tape with some of the guys at the station there that did the ads. And sent that out to all of the news directors around the country and of course kept getting a lot of nose, rejection letters, you name it, kept pursuing and persisting, I'd drive to the car park in my lunch break and look at my notebook and just ring all of these news directors each month and you know have you got anything for me. Nothing came up and in the end I actually ended up leaving the city I was in and went to Melbourne where my parents were living gave myself a year to get into journalism or said I'd have to go into sales again or PR. And that year was.

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What Is Charlie's Take on Juneteenth?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | Last week

What Is Charlie's Take on Juneteenth?

"I saw that turning point USA is not having off as a federal holiday for Juneteenth. Why is that? What is your perspective on Juneteenth? So last year we came out pretty, let's just say publicly against the idea of making Juneteenth a federal holiday. And it's rather clever by the left, you have to admit, Juneteenth, as it is properly understood, of course, is something worthy of appreciation. It is the day the news of Emancipation reached Texas and that news started to spread. That is not at all what's going on here. Let's stop being naive. Let's stop looking at things as they tell them as they are and really what's going on here. What's really going on here is a BLM holiday to try to focus on alleged systemic racism to resurrect a propaganda campaign to try and focus on racial differences and to try and have a point of reference right before July 4th, by the way, intentionally summertime holiday. To have the worst people you could imagine, ibram X kendi being one of them. And Robin diangelo and Nicole Hannah Jones give them a day where they could become incredibly relevant to talk about, well, yeah, of course, Juneteenth was nice, but really we're more racist than ever. That's the exactly the wording they're going to use. It's like, oh yeah, whatever Juneteenth day that what's really going on is Juneteenth is the show that look at systemic racism and inequality and inequity. And some Republicans will say, oh, no, no, you know, Juneteenth is a conservative day because it's about the freeing of slaves. Of course, if we weren't talking about another political movement that wants us to try to have a federal holiday where they can corrupt the American flag done, Tempe Arizona, they took down all the American flags and put up BLM Juneteenth flags and then have an unnecessary unhelpful entire massive propaganda campaign that will be happening on TikTok on Twitter on Facebook on Instagram. All about how races are country is.

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Democrat Strategist: We Have to 'Scare the Hell out' of Americans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | Last week

Democrat Strategist: We Have to 'Scare the Hell out' of Americans

"We're used to seeing people steal and rob and rape and pillage and get away with it because lunatic radical activists don't think people of color should be behind bars. That's what this boils down to, we all know it, we all know exactly what the routine is. So listen to a political analyst on MSNBC named Cornell belcher telling that insufferable Nicole Wallace yesterday what the Democrat party should be doing. Whether or not it be telling women that you know what women, you think you're losing your rights now, what do you think's going to happen if we don't have democracy? You know what African Americans particularly African American men who are showing the lowest motivation to turn out in this midterm, you think things are tough for you right now? Where do you think you're going to stand in a country in America where there's no democracy where they have absolutely no interest or at all and respecting your respecting your respecting your rights? We've got to get these people understand that they've got skin in this game and they've got and they got scared hell out of them because quite frankly Nicole, they should be afraid that we're going to lose our democracy. We got to scare the hell out of them. That's what we got to do.

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People Are Defecting From the Left in Record Numbers

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

People Are Defecting From the Left in Record Numbers

"Then? The final phase is the desperation of the left realizing that they control, yes, the institutions, but they do not control the people, that the people are defecting from them in record numbers, that their games and their cutting of corners and their cheating will no longer be honored and them realizing that their ability to control us, their magical spell has faded. You see this as grassroots activists in candidates running for office, they just kind of shrug off attacks. This is happening right now in Arizona where Blake masters is being called a racist by the media and he's like, that's not what I said. I'm not a racist, and basically go take a hike. Other Republican candidates are trying to attack Blake masters here in Arizona by calling him a racist. And that is being super rejected by the conservative base. Where the conservative base is seeing other candidates attack Blake masters here in Arizona and they're like, no, actually don't act like a leftist. He's not a racist because he shared some Facebook article 12 years ago that had 25,000 words that you cherry pick one part of it and he didn't necessarily endorse it, like actually that's a scum like tactic. And it is. And so you're seeing this in every corner, you saw it when they tried to attack JD Vance. Like, oh, he's a racist. Nobody cared. Now let me be very clear. Conservatives actually have a radar for a legitimate racism. That's why we know Nicole Hannah Jones and Robin D'angelo and ibram X kendi and taha nishi coach. We know that they are racist. We know that. But we know that people on our side we referee racism and they don't. There's no place for it in the conservative movement. Doesn't exist. And yet on the other side, they're the ones that built entire political movements around it. And this kind of realization of how disingenuous dishonest and power hungry the left is has empowered us, but they are now going to respond with pure force.

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Nicolle Wallace: GOP Is the 'Most Extreme Political Org in History'

Mark Levin

01:11 min | Last month

Nicolle Wallace: GOP Is the 'Most Extreme Political Org in History'

"Nicole Wallace is a complete reprobate And she of course has found out that she can make a hell of a lot more money Swinging left which is what she's done Cut 8 go I wonder your thought on this characterization of the Republican Party and its current incarnation is the most extreme political organization in history All right let's stop The Republican Party the most extreme political organization in history See those are fighting words She is signaling to the mob to get out there get in people's faces and even get violent Why is it that these hosts are never held to account Nicole Wallace is saying the Republican Party is the most extreme political organization in history in history Now she's clearly one of the stupidest human beings to ever walk on the face of the earth on two feet Which means one day she might be on the view to join the other stupidest human beings to ever walk on earth and with two feet

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Elon Musk's Devastating Blow to the Global Censorship Regime

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Elon Musk's Devastating Blow to the Global Censorship Regime

"When Elon Musk bar, Twitter, he delivered a devastating blow against the censorship regime. Not only in this country, but really all over the world. And I think it was Nicole Wallace, who said something like those of us who are concerned about disinformation, the anti disinformation group worldwide is really concerned is really disturbed about what Musk has done. And this is the voice of the establishment. Their idea is that we need to have these social mandarins. Not just in America, but around the world. And they all decide, you know, we're not going to, we're going to police the parameters here. We're going to set the fence post, then you can speak, but you've got to operate within the rails that we set up. And they love having this kind of power because for them, it's we are the aristocrats and you are the peasants. And we're going to allow you to speak, but you're speaking kind of at our leisure to the degree that we allow you to. And Elon Musk should have anticipated, and in fact, I believe he has, that there's going to be sort of pushback coming both in the United States and abroad from authorities that like to have this kind of power, even if they're exercising it through surrogates. And the government in many cases is not directly censoring they're telling Facebook to send. So they're telling Google to censor and they were telling Twitter the

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Curry, Warriors hold off Jokic, eliminate Nuggets in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Curry, Warriors hold off Jokic, eliminate Nuggets in Game 5

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Joe Biden Has a Young Person Problem

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Has a Young Person Problem

"Are repulsed by identity politics. And we should be. The politics of trying to put people in different categories based on their skin color is not something that we appreciate or something that we support. Now identity politics is rooted in the idea of trying to let's just say use a word that came in the 1990s, balkanize the American political, the American political landscape. However, there is one part of kind of segmenting of politics, if you will, or the country that I think is very helpful. And that is to look at things generationally. Instead of looking at things based on skin color, I think looking at political dynamics based on age is far more helpful. While I do believe there are differences between men and women, I do not believe there are differences between white people and black people. I don't. I do not believe in racial differences in people who do. We have words for them, racists like Nicole Hannah Jones, or like Robin D'angelo, or ibram X kendi. But I do believe that there's big differences in experiences and let's say things that people have to live through in generational dynamics. So typically, the younger the voter, the more Democrat and the more liberal they are. They tend to be more idealistic utopian, less rooted to the tragedy of life. And not all life is a tragedy, but life could be tough. The first Buddhist principle is life is suffering. I don't quite believe that to be perfectly honest. Life can be full of suffering, but it also can be beautiful and full of joy and love and prosperity. Generational dynamics for me are the most helpful and interesting to look at. And so when we look at Joe Biden's approval rating and we look at who actually is driving the decline of Joe Biden's approval, it's remarkable when we learn that it's younger voters in particular that disapprove of Joe Biden the most.

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What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?

"I have a legitimate question what on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Name one thing. The only thing I can name is the amount of illegals that have come into America, the potential population. However, Hispanics are turning conservative and record numbers. So even that it's a little bit blurry. What on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Since the new year, Pfizer AstraZeneca Johnson & Johnson, they're on the ropes. Disney is down, CNN plus is gone, Twitter is about to be taken over and totally changed, which we know censorship is a fundamental need of this regime. If they're not able to censor they can't exist, they must be able to shut you up, the Democrat party has lower approval ratings than ever before, wire, what, who, what, where is stronger than they were four months ago? I'll tell you who is stronger though. Rogan is more popular than ever before. Tucker Carlson is more popular than ever before. Bill Maher's anti woke, tirades are stronger than ever before. Elon is richer, he might have his net worth as might have gone down by 20 or 30 billion because the stock prices, but Tesla was up 10% since last week, 10%. Our podcast is up amazingly. Our radio program is up. Our social media engagement is up. We can't find spaces big enough at turning point USA to be able to fit all the students that want to come to our events at Berkeley and boulder, meanwhile, I'm not really sure if people are flocking a big numbers, go hear critical race theory, Nicole Hannah Jones, maybe. I don't think so. If you kind of look at these fundamental indicators of where the society is going, Republicans are winning registration wars across the country and desantis wiped out all of the gerrymander gains that California New York tried to do. Desantis basically level the playing field. God bless that man.

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We Should Get Behind Elon Musk, a Great Patriot

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 2 months ago

We Should Get Behind Elon Musk, a Great Patriot

"Nicole Wallace is on MSNBC today Folks I want to remind you that Comcast owns MSNBC Those of you who have Comcast in your homes do the very best you can to get rid of it Look for alternatives I wouldn't say Netflix now because they're dying on the vine as they should And let me take this occasion to say that Elon Musk is one of a handful of billionaires who's actually a great patriot Who actually puts his money where his mouth is It doesn't have a big mouth this guy is not out there bullying people pushing them around Pretending he's somebody who he isn't Conducting himself like some kind of a mobster No I don't know Elon Musk I've never talked to him in my life He's the richest man on the face of the earth And he's an entrepreneur And he's serious about dealing with Twitter And we should get behind regardless of his politics We should get behind him Because he believes in free speech obviously the First Amendment doesn't apply because Twitter is not the government

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Curry scores 34 points off bench, Warriors lead Nuggets 2-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Curry scores 34 points off bench, Warriors lead Nuggets 2-0

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Politico: Judge Tosses Obstruction Charge Against Jan. 6 Defendant

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 3 months ago

Politico: Judge Tosses Obstruction Charge Against Jan. 6 Defendant

"But here's another one in Politico Judge tosses obstruction charge against January 6th defendant The judge ruled that ambiguities in the federal law required him to narrow the case against Garrett Miller Whose facing multiple felony charges connected to the attack on the capitol The federal judge has thrown out an obstruction charge about breaching the capital on January 6th a ruling that could reverberate across hundreds of cases Under the narrow interpretation judge Nichols ruled defendants can be charged with obstruction only if they directly attempt to affect a document record or other object on quote in order to hamper the ability of Congress to count electoral votes Nicole said that because prosecutors are not alleged that Miller took such direct action rather the department says he simply joined the large mob on January 6th The obstruction charge against and must be dismissed In other words you have to take specific actions Among the people nickel cited to bolsters interpretation as president Joe Biden the judge noted that Biden said the lawn question passed on 2002 following the enron scandal was aimed at making a crime to shred documents

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Is Tipping an American Practice Stemming From the Slave Plantation?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:40 min | 3 months ago

Is Tipping an American Practice Stemming From the Slave Plantation?

"While the latest kind of idiocy in this kind of, it all goes back to slavery contest is the concept of tipping. So think about your tip on Uber driver or you go to a restaurant and leave a tip. You check into a hotel and you tip the doorman. The argument is that's due to slavery. That's an American practice, by the way. You don't see it in other countries, at least not in the same degree. And moreover, if you go back, you find that that slave masters, it was after slavery, supposedly that this kind of tipping practice became widespread in the United States. At least this is the narrative according to Nicole Hannah Jones, and Nicole Hannah Jones makes outlandish statements that basically look like she's just come out of a vodka spree, but it turns out that no, she's picking it up from she reads the kind of far left rival literature and she picks up these kinds of claims and then gives them a sort of patina of respectability by sort of parading this in The New York Times and on her social media feed. So you as Nicole Hannah Jones tipping is the legacy of slavery and she goes, and if it's not optional, then it shouldn't be a tip, but just to include it in the bill. Have you ever stopped to think why we tip? Like why tipping is a practice in the U.S. and almost nowhere else. Now I've said before in the podcast, this is downright stupid. I've traveled pretty much all over the world tipping as universal and stepping in Africa. It's tipping in India. But the historian, the economic historian Philip Magnus, who's been on this podcast. Well, what Magnus has done is he's written a kind of thorough article on this tipping issue, and this is a guy who really knows how to dig. So he finds he finds out that Nicole Hannah Jones got her ridiculous claim about tipping from a kind of left wing activist named saru jama. This woman sounds suspiciously Indian and anyway, she's apparently some kind of a health activist, not really an academic of any kind. And she wrote an article which had a paragraph on tipping in all the other leftist sources of picking up her nonsense. In any event, what magnets really shows is that all of this nonsense about tipping tracing to the aftermath of slavery isn't really true. Tipping goes way back to the Middle Ages. In fact, it's so common that tipping is referred to more than once in Shakespeare's plays Magnus quotes an example from 12th night. He goes on to point out that you have European travelers who are writing, this is in the early 1700s. So obviously long before the end of slavery, either in England or in the United States, and they're talking about the common practice of tipping in inns and in taverns and in restaurants and

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Goes Off on Tipping as a 'Legacy of Slavery'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Goes Off on Tipping as a 'Legacy of Slavery'

"I just saw something today on social media and I retweeted it. Nicole Hannah Jones and she goes tipping, dipping is a practice that goes back to slavery. And then she goes on to say, you know, have you ever wondered why tipping is only in America and nowhere else around the world that's because it goes back to the slave plantation. This is basically Nicole had a joke so I'm thinking this is one of the stupidest statements I've ever read. First of all, tipping is universal. I grew up in India, people tip in restaurants all the time. I've been all over Europe, tipping is very common in Europe. So first of all, the idea that tipping is only American is nonsense. Number two? What is Nicole Hannah Jones implying that slavery is a form of forced and unpaid labor? Is she saying that on the plantations it was normal practice for masters to tip their slaves? You know, hey Frank, great job. Excellent service in the field today. Here's 50 cents for your efforts. What? I think historians worldwide are waiting with bated breath for Nicola Hannah Jones to explain and she's not going to explain because that these are people who essentially say stupid things and expect never to be called on

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The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!

"Meaningful. The U.S. Senate has finally done something I approve. This shouldn't have taken so long, but it's finally done. The United States Senate has passed the sunshine protection act by unanimous consent to make daylight savings times permanent. I'm not a fan of daylight savings time. Falling back, springing forward should just remain the same time throughout the entire year. In fact, we should spring forward even more. So that the fall, it's the opposite. I never understood that in the most depressing time of weather, we also made it darker intentionally. Who thought of this thing? Makes zero sense. Now, I know you're gonna say it's Benjamin Franklin. And all this, no way, he was too smart for this. I think it's a Nicole Hannah Jones conspiracy against Benjamin Franklin. There's no way. A 2015 study published in sleep medicine, researchers compared the rate of strokes during the week after daylight saving to the week two weeks after the tweaks before. They found the rate of 8% higher the first two weeks after the shift, and people with cancer were 25% more likely to have a stroke later than the other times of the year. People over 65 were 20% more likely. A 2019 report found a higher risk of heart attack after both time changes, but particularly during daylight savings times. Interruptions to circadian rhythm can also impair focus and judgment. A 2020 study found fatal traffic accidents increased by 6% in the United States during daylight savings time. This shouldn't have been taken so long, but it did, and the U.S. Senate has finally done something useful.

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Sarah Silverman Apologizes to Paris Hilton for Prison Jokes

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Sarah Silverman Apologizes to Paris Hilton for Prison Jokes

"Sarah Silverman is now apologizing on her podcast because of what Paris Hilton said in her podcast that bothered her when Sarah Silverman took her apart at a roast I think in 2007 and whatever Paris Hilton was going to jail the next morning. The night before she went to a roast. And Sarah Silverman was her usual typical brilliant self. And now it's come to her attention that Paris Hilton wasn't happy with what was said. When Paris Hilton was at her absolute worst when she was doing things that needed to be stopped when she was doing embarrassing things and making sex tapes that were very embarrassing to her and her family and she was being caught with drugs on her and drinking and those are the days where she stepped out of a limousine or Range Rover. Showing the Lindsay Lohan Nicole Richie, Britney Spears days, the bad girl. So Sarah, it was come to come to her attention at Paris was upset. And she did her apology thing. She said that the night after it happened, she didn't know Paris is even going to be at the rose. And she didn't know Paris was going to jail the next day. So when she saw her there, she thought, oh my God, I can really go crazy on this. And like a great comic she did. And I forget what she said. I didn't go back to check, but I know that Sarah doesn't hold back. Paris Hilton was hurt. When she found out, she was hurt. She sent her a note and apologized for several days later. Apparently that note never got to Paris. So Sarah felt like, you know what? Let me say I'm sorry. And I really appreciate what she said. Even though Paris Hilton has to look back and apologize about some of her shit. Because then you just can't be a hypocrite, but I like what Sarah said. One of my patrons sent me that bit of Sarah on her podcast, apologize. Again, I'm not, I'm okay with it. I'm okay with it. Listen, if you go back and think what you said really hurt someone's feelings, I think it's admirable to

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Leftist Media Go Down Rabbit Hole Over Tucker Carlson & Russia

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Leftist Media Go Down Rabbit Hole Over Tucker Carlson & Russia

"I mean, sure, so you want to go down a rabbit hole as explosions or rocking Ukraine, Putin has declared war, Ukraine, invaded, you want to go down a rabbit hole, turn on MSNBC or CNN right now. It is wacko land. It's all Tucker Carlson's fault. I watched about an hour of it yesterday, and I thought I was, I was taking, I thought I had my PhD, you know, my little protein bar with me. And I was eating the protein bar on the plane, flying back from New York to Florida, watching MSNBC. And that vicious nasty Nicole Wallace, I thought my PhD protein bar was a crazy bar. I was eating a crazy bar. And I had to go wash my mind. They're all ranting and raving about Tucker Carlson. They're all upset about Tucker Carlson and Trump? Do you think they know Trump is in president anymore? Does anybody gotten them the message? Do you think perhaps they don't remember that he's not the president? What in the world is going on? With these lefties who are bonkers about Tucker Carlson and Trump cozying up to Trump. Now, I mean, to Putin. Now I'm going to acknowledge something. It does seem a little weird to me that people like president Trump and Mike Pompeo and even Tucker seem a little bit reluctant to condemn Putin for the tyrant that he is, I can't quite wrap my brain around that, but you know I got my own problems.

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Morris returns from concussion to send Nuggets past Warriors

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Morris returns from concussion to send Nuggets past Warriors

"The nuggets won the game on a three pointer by Monte Morris as time expired to stun the warriors one seventeen one sixteen on the warriors final possession Steph curry made a three point play to put the warriors up by two points with five point nine seconds left but Denver was able to run down the clock and Nicole your kids pass the ball to Morris for the game winner what kind of news good once I let it go I just didn't know if I got it off in time now is the big day so I really want trying to celebrate two too much because it would have been are worthless if I didn't get that shot off in time you could finish with a game high thirty five points and seventeen rebounds Morris had thirteen points for the warriors they lost for the last five games heading to the all star break Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco

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Sandy Hook families settle for $73 million with gunmaker Remington

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Sandy Hook families settle for $73 million with gunmaker Remington

"Some families of the sandy hook elementary school shooting agreed to a seventy three million dollar lawsuit settlement with gun maker Remington twenty first graders and six educators were killed in twenty twelve when Adam Lanza opened fire with a Bushmaster A. R. fifteen style rifle at the Connecticut school the families of nine victims and one survivor announced the multi million dollar settlement Tuesday with lawyer Josh will cost cough what is more dangerous than any industry believing that they can do whatever they want if profit is the only motive but they have no skin in the game no responsibility to families of people injured Nicole Hockley who lost her six year old son Dylan says she hopes this makes gun manufacturers more accountable by facing and finally being penalized for the impact of their work gun companies along with the insurance and banking industries that enable them will

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Court papers filed late last week and released monday night. As part of a defamation lawsuit against trump campaign officials being spearheaded by former dominion employees. Eric coomer those documents also indicate the officials were aware of the baseless allegations ahead of the widely watched november nineteenth news conference during which trump campaign's legal team claimed dominion smart matic george soros and venezuela worked together to steal the election from trump. Meanwhile the former guy filed a one hundred million dollar lawsuit tuesday against his niece. Mary trump and the new york times claiming they conspired to obtain his tax records for the times pulitzer prize winning story on his finances. The lawsuit claims that. Mary trump and the three new york times reporters. Suzanne craig david barstow and russell buehner were engaged in a quote insidious plot and an extensive crusade to obtain trump's taxes. The times responded with the statement quote the times coverage of donald trump's taxes helped inform the public through meticulous reporting on a subject of overriding public. Interest this lawsuit is an attempt to silence independent news organizations and we plan to vigorously defend against it mary. Trump's response was quicker and to the point quote. I think he is a f ing loser but she used the full word and we tend to agree. And that's just a bit of what's news for now. Nicole sandler if you're appreciate these reports and the nicole family so i hope you'll consider make

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"nicole" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

05:29 min | 10 months ago

"nicole" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

"Can just reserve my tesla's cyber truck if this is ugly looking fucking pyramid on wheels it is it elsa it's very much like where the future it just like angles and corners. I'm not here for it. I don't like towing capacity is seven. Pat what do you tell me. Is this the war that's coming. I mean maybe. I don't like it. I'm not here for it. I'm very old school. You know it would be nicer if like more. Electric cars were on the market. Like you get like three options. Yeah that's yup. This is correct but then is nice zero to sixty in three seconds. I rented a mustang was like a new mustang and it went so fucking fast but it truly top out at one twenty. I like was flooring at one. Twenty nine wouldn't go any faster. And i was like well. This is a lie. Why why does it say one sixty on the dash. Also there was nobody on the roads and was a straight. I was like. Where did you do this this. Yeah just fucking flying around. La did no. It was in was driving to the airport in boston and it was like five. Am which grades it okay. I'm sure we'll be like nicole but still not safe but there was absolutely nobody else on the road. I would've killed myself by lesson. I'm here for a very long time. Don't worry about me me me. Oh is he not tesla's making they're making robots yes. Give them your money's this year go get you a tesla you know. Eight in this fucking robots to takeover. I sort of got a couple of years. we're in the same gel cell. Because they like take on us being fucking friends and we're being ruled by fucking robots. I will not let you forget that you could have bought any other car than a fucking can't really. They're not that there's not a lot of options. Tess is the best option. Just get gasoline car. I don't wanna gasoline car. I'm trying to say save the environment. Sure okay sure. And there was a fun. The robot wars you buying it. Tesla does nothing for the environment. It is not us who can change the environment. It is corporations who are leading the ocean on fire and get to be held. Ti uba but like does. It does a drop in a bucket and help him. Not the buck is gonna evaporate. That's what you're fucking tesla. Purchase is going to go up my money. To fossil fuel the fossil fuel industry anymore array..

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Marching that's what it feels like sometimes isn't it and it was prince his take on his song. Yeah he wrote it. Hit for the bengals but that was prince doing manic monday. And we've about come to the end of the hour. I hope you enjoyed this musical salute to labor day. I'm nicole sandler back tomorrow with the regular format. But leave you. With one from elvis costello that i guess we'll be singing tuesday morning. It's welcome to the working week. Happy labor day. Everyone gotta tell pulse family. Patrick back can be you got to your choice. Tampa liberal same glad..

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Out a detailed application online. The canada border services agency didn't estimate how many us residents it expects to cross the border. But it did suggest that travelers might face lines those border crossings. Now if you're planning to cruise out of florida well you might be a little safer today. A federal judge in miami granted norwegian cruise lines a preliminary injunction sunday night at least temporarily blocking a florida law. That bans private companies from requiring proof of kovic vaccinations. Us district judge kathleen. Williams wrote in who ruling that florida quote fails to provide a valid factual or legal predicate for its vaccine passport ban and quote governor rhonda. Santa's i issued an executive order banning companies from requiring proof of vaccination. Then he signed a law passed by the legislature that would find cruise ships that required vaccination proof up to five thousand dollars per passenger under this ruling. The norwegian gem can now set sail from miami on august fifteenth with only passengers and crew. Who can prove that. They have been vaccinated. Things here in. Florida are not good on cnn. Medical analyst dr. jonathan. Reiner held nothing back regarding florida and our governor who some of us lovingly referred to as governor death sentence. And if you're planning to go to new orleans for the reschedule jazz and heritage festival. Get a refund. The festival which was rescheduled. For the fall of twenty twenty one has again been cancelled citing rising covert cases. And that's just a bit of what's news for now. I'm nicole familar if you appreciate these reports and the nicole sandler show. I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is fully listener supported. And i can't do it without your help. Find out more nicole sandler dot com and please click on that donate button..

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"nicole" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"nicole" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

"Game stop an. Should i have a cake. So i think on your money charge for wasting our time. I will take a shock. You recognize her from anchoring on cnn cnbc and bloomberg the only financial expert. You don't need a dictionary to understand the cold lapin today on money rehab. We have a question from a listener. Who is helping a tricky time getting ahead of her credit card payments and i have a creeping suspicion. I know what's going on. Here's her question nicole. I wanted to know if you have any tips for paying off large credit card balances. I seem to be in this vicious cycle where. I make large payments. But then i don't seem to have enough money for my expenses in real life so the resort back to using my credit card. And it's just a cycle that it can't seem to get out of su if you have any advice for lowering credit card balances police let me know. I would appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you so much love you and your show first of all i totally feel you and thank you for the kind words. This is a really easy cycle to get into an. I hear about it a lot. Not to mention. I've totally been there. It will go something like this. You have a thousand dollars of expenses on your credit card. Okay a little stretchy but then you get your paycheck for a thousand dollars. Disaster averted you pay off your credit card balance. You pat yourself on the back. But then it's the end of the month and you have to pay your utilities and shit..

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"You won't forget. Uh you want you go bad woman. Crazy woman aright. I thought we needed to get started on sort of a subversive note. So there's chris isaac intro four. You're welcome to a monday. I am nicole sandler. I hope you had a great weekend. Hope you stayed safe. Stayed in got vaccinated. If you weren't already so the today is a really busy. Shell let me just tell you. I sort of overdid it remember last week. We were supposed to talk to julie k. Brown of the miami herald the one who broke the jeffrey epstein story. She's got the new book out perversion of justice. She's going to join us at the bottom of the hour. So we're gonna go from one. Well one very important story with horrific implications but delivered an kind of humorous way to another horrific story with even worse implications. That is not funny at all. So we're gonna we're gonna run both ends of the extreme here but you may recall. I think it was last week. Maybe the week before i discovered this video of this guy on youtube explaining exactly why he got the vaccine. And why you should. And i played the video for you and you guys reacted the same way i did that. That was pretty pretty amazing. So i thought what we do before we talk to drew himself. Yes he joins us in. Just a couple minutes is play the video again for those of you who did not see it the first time or haven't seen it yet or just need to see it again because he packed a whole lot into two and a half minutes and it goes by quickly and old people like me like what did he say they're so let's share it again and on the other side. We'll talk to drew. But i want you to hear his brilliant words of wisdom take it away. Drew comment.

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Other associates of the twice impeached failed former one term president or having similar problems like the alleged lawyers including sydney powell and lynnwood. They were grilled in a federal court hearing in michigan on monday about their involvement in the quote crack in lawsuits. That attempted to overturn the twenty twenty presidential election well. Us district court judge. Linda parker questioned the lawyers at length. About what steps. They took to verify the accuracy of their claims of election fraud. She reportedly appeared dissatisfied with their responses. Some of which she dubbed quote really fantastical. The judge is expected to rule on a request to sanction the lawyers and she could ultimately disbar them in the next few weeks and other courtroom drama. A california court on monday ruled that the state's governor gavin newsom cannot run as a democrat in his upcoming recall election. Frankly this is inexcusable. Nuisance campaign apparently failed to meet a legal deadline to request the party. Designation on the recall ballot. Wow he sued california's secretary of state to correct the error and now has lost that case newsome's allies worry that some democratic voters may not realize that he is the democratic candidate despite his incumbency so the lack of designation could harm his chances. Oh man and don't forget the last time california. Republicans launched a recall of its governor. It was two thousand and three gray. Davis was ousted in. Arnold schwarzenegger became the governor. And that's just a bit of what's news for now. Nicole sandler we appreciate these reports and the nicole sandler show. I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is fully listener supported. And i can't do it without your help. Find out more nicole sandler dot com and please click on that donate button..

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"A ransomware gang believed to operate out of eastern europe or russia. This group is demanding a seventy million dollar payment in bitcoin for a decrypt or tool. The white house is urging companies that believe their systems were compromised to immediately report it to the internet crime complaint center and we wait as businesses reopened after the holiday weekend to see how many more were hit. Well if it is tuesday july sixth. It is six months to the day after the capital insurrection. Over five hundred people have already been arrested and more arrests are expected and now we learned that the justice department is actively going after those who attacked working press they begun arresting some of those who allegedly surrounded a group of reporters outside the capitol ran them off and then destroyed tens of thousands of dollars worth of their gear. For example joshua dylan hanes. Virginia was the fifth person to be arrested on such charges in the past week. He was charged with smashing journalist equipment outside the capitol and then text bragging about it to a friend now there is no federal law specifically against attacking journalist so the justice department is charged. Those who went after the reporters or their gear on january sets with committing violence in the restricted grounds of the capital or destroying property on the capitol grounds more such arrests are expected according to officials but tensions remained extremely high six months later with little progress in easing them. Punchbowl news points out a few remaining issues. for instance. congress has not yet approved additional security funding for the capitol complex. The nearly two billion dollar package remains stalled in the senate also. us capitol. Police is opening field offices in florida and california to investigate threats to members of congress with the potential of more offices opening as well. The house finally voted to create a select committee last week to look into the attack. After a proposal to establish a bipartisan commission was blocked by republicans and of course there is a concerted effort by many in the republican party including a quite a few lawmakers who were in the capital on january six to downplay the incident or minimize the impact. One called it a quote normal tourist visit. I call it gas lighting. Oh and then there's the little issue of donald trump continuing to falsely claim. He won the november election and lots of republicans backing him on this amazing and finally at least a hundred and fifty people were killed by gun violence in more than four hundred shootings across the country over the fourth of july weekend. The chicago police superintendent. David brown called july fourth the quote most challenging weekend of the year. According to the chicago police department eighty three people were shot and fourteen killed in shootings from six. Pm friday to six am monday and that's just a bit of what's news for now. I'm nicole sandler. If you're appreciate these reports anna nicole sandler show. I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is one hundred percent listener supported. And i can't do it without your help. Find out more at nicole. Sandler dot com. Please click on that donate button..

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"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

Nicole Matthews

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

"International location got eighty experience or marketers to meet us and JFK with. Their passport packed for five days sixty five degrees in really knowing nothing else about it put on a plane and took him to test skinny for five day on conference spontaneous think-tank experience and what did they get out of it Nicole I mean sense November just from the business alone there's been between the attendees that did not know each other before they showed up at JFK that day. There's been over two million dollars of business that happened between them. Right and this is I'm not even getting. There's a WHATSAPP that we used for logistical purposes like West comment. I'm hungry whatever you left me here you know and that turns into like. People. Have shared their kids pictures there they only RFP through this group. I. We didn't make any of this update created all of this and that's what really I think is. is, different in it's the thing that nobody can really explain is yeah. Eight as a movement business as a verb as a thing operates generally outside it's the exception, right? It's the doesn't follow it doesn't fit into normal ways of doing things are coming to it. In so that's just kind of. How. It's at what's come out of it. But now it's just a we didn't even know the amount of people that were watching this. Go Down Right we they weren't subscribed to our list. We had no idea like where they were coming from him. People literally had said we got an email three months ago. That says I've been following you for two years I've been wanting to come on your events. It never worked out. The secret family has literally been the thing I look forward to life in my career like I don't even if it was amazing and so yeah, that's really what comes out of it is an immediate yes, you. Make a phone call anybody on that plane. We've ended a rave on the plane by the way. To answer the phone call and it's just this. All of the walls just crumbled immediately anything you ever need that answer is yes and that's what has really come out of this and I think. that. For me was because we are so like it's not a who you work for and what your title is and that kind of thing that even at the end of the event, some people still had no clue where each other worked or what they did but they connected on such a level that they're sending each other gets for their kids and dogs, and then it was. Very Oh. Wait you do that. You actually can help me with something and that was the last thing they connected on numb. I. Yeah. Was Amazing just being both a participant in and then also supporting you all on the south side. Is the lake. Nicole was saying the outcome of like community after it I mean. So often right we go to our industry events. We meet a few people we stay in touch for two weeks, and then everybody gets back to quote not life and what has been extraordinary is the fact that WHATSAPP group that we're all a part of mean there there's not been a day I would I would question that there has been a day literally. A day that hasn't gone by since we came back from Italy that somebody hasn't posted in that that group and that to me says, everything about what you've created because you have it just created great content more importantly, you've created community and you took a bunch of strangers through on a plane together. They had no idea where they were going they have a shared experience but that only that only fulfills you for. So long right the like the. You still have to cultivate the relationships and that's the magic that's happened after secret family reunion is there's been so many relationships that have been cultivated because of the shared experience because of the great content because of because of because of that, the end result is these remarkable relationships which at the end of the day, that's where the value is. That's the currency right currency against the. One thing that were the most grateful for is an grateful for in also puts us in this in the opportunities are the problems of an adventure kind of kind of thing where most businesses or communities whatever they start or businesses they start with what the product is, and then they grow a community in a community forms and sometimes they need to on, but there's not many Business models out there that started with the community and business has formed because of it. So it's a little backwards and so for us. When they are like. Well, what's Your Business Model? How did this come to be almost like they don't believe us You know when we say well, we started with, you know what people strive for in the end will we started with that and then now we need to figure out how to catch up on the other things. So I mean two years to figure out what business model should be because it was a business that came from us starting something because we saw gap in the industry for ourselves, and then he will come into wasn't going Oh. That was mind blowing could you actually do that for our invention for our company like maybe you? Wait a minute. But. Okay. So so many people who could be listening to this could be like, okay. Well, that's great like you have a company and you. So you get to try stuff and you know no harm no foul. You know I don't get to do that I don't get the luxury of having that in my business or or whatever. You know my boss would never go for that. So you guys have just really from the ground level of just said, like we're going to draw a line in the sand and anything we can try we are going to there's not going to be really You know, how do you filter the? No right like how do you? How how would I guess what the question is? What has ever been a no for you guys I. Feel like every idea you try that that's really part of what HD really stands for. What we met is the thing that you know again from the background of being in events where everything must be flawless. You have you know Nicole we were just laughing.

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"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

Nicole Matthews

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

"Now, all you just wait till, we're sit next to each other on a plane I'm going to be like Batman. Ever figure that out I have no idea no clue. I think I sneeze like. My Eyes Move to Sophie. Oh my God, i. Would like to. As go if we're going that route, I can make me a marvin my mom lip. Oh Yeah. That really does not I thought this was going. And I think that's our tagline. was going exactly. Exactly. Okay. Well, that ladies is recive, I'll just say I haven't ever really had those responses before, but that's what's great. Also take up. Before for eight. Years it's like she just carries a machete and. Anywhere. That's right. Exactly. Exactly. So you mentioned the UNE conference. So Okay I've gotten to the HD event. I've had my hug I've got my first name on a name tag I'm I'm breaking bread, but there is content that happens at all of these events. So talk about. That decision in terms of not creating content that was occur was determined before the event allowing ten dis to really. Do It on site. So let's walk through what that process looks like what having spent years and years and years being a conference and event creator. I know that the reason you create content is either to sell a product to sell more of a product or to help someone else or sell their products and so conferences are built in anchored around an agenda that does those things. So where do you get the? Opportunity to have just a conversation about something that is solving each other's problems. That's where uncovering comes in. I don't know what problem you're having or what knowledge is in your head. But I can bring you together with a whole bunch of sticky notes, sharpy markers and say, Hey, what problem have you solved the could help someone else and what problems are you currently trying to solve and we just crowd source and? Yet. All that stuff and pull it out of their brains, and then from there, we take a look at these things. Now, UNE conference works you basically say I shall talk about this and you go plop it on the board and that becomes the session. So we kind of we didn't do it like that because not everybody gets to just not. I. Come Serve. It's this whole collaborative brainstorm experience where we then. See the patterns on the wall and we go. Okay these people need help with this stuff. These people are have solved it. They should leave a session and that's how we create the agenda, and now virtually we do the exact same thing we just do it with a virtual sticking of tool people still crowdsource. We still get that brainstorm experience and then we still do the patterns and create the sessions that way. I say, we always say even just by format and so many things under the kind of the idea of it's not what we add. It's what we take away. That leaves room for who knows what so when people say, well, what am I going to get out of this I don't know yet. So, yeah. I know in the end what they'll get, but to try and explain to somebody what the Roi is as far as content goes is I feel like that should be or being like bits could be the best Roi ever because problem we don't have is that people are they're not on engaged rate, and so they're completely leaning and we don't have people on their computer. I've never even seen a computer out at our events ever in three and a half years and they're not on their phone because they chose the topics it's immediately relevant to them, and then they get to choose which session they go to. So they might not be into everything, but we also have vote with your feet mentality where we're like dude, if you're in a session, you're like God it or I didn't think it was going to go this direction where I really WanNa be in to you just get up and go to another one nobody gets hurt feelings. waited. It's easy to move to because we pick really cool nontraditional. We have a ban ballrooms. All Rooms Oh my God. Mentality where it's. Ideally are most perfect venue is mansion with all front rooms. Yes. Yes. That is true. That is true. Okay. So so you guys are plugging along in your company things are going great your revolutionizing the way events are dying. Amazing. Amazing. Amazing and then you're like, well, that doesn't feel like that's enough for us. So last year you through a little event called secret family reunion, which I was fortunate enough to be a part of your your team and. That was incredible experience. So let's talk a little bit about where that idea came from, and then what was the end result for secret family reunion. Came from the event you were at San Diego. We do at the end of our events. We do a group retrospective where we ask people to come up to microphone are to the front of the room and tell us something they love about the experience and something. We should change the next time we do it because you can send out most of it surveys all day long. But nobody really cares how chicken tasted. We want to know what happened and how we can fix it. So from that group retrospective, we got a lot of, oh my gosh, I felt like stay emily after this event within five minutes I felt like part of the family and so my whole thing was we'll family should have a family reunion I. Mean I feel like we're starting this Thing. We've had our second event. We should start like this more this larger annual thing maybe, and then Nicole is like I always wanted to do a secret trip where no one knows where they're going and so hence secret family reunion was born and from that little moments, we chartered a plane to a secret.

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"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

Nicole Matthews

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

"Hello and welcome back to the big ASS podcast. I'm Nicole Matthews and today is going to be a wild ride. I can tell you that right now because there are two of the industry giants looking at me on my screen and I was so thrilled to spend time with both of you. So if you don't know if you've been living under a rock, if you're part of the event industry, you've been living under a rock for. The last couple of years please let me give you the opportunity to me ask to fabulous fabulous women. So Nicole Chicago and Liz olathe and from hot dot com Ozo-, and like ladies let's just get into it and let's just dive deep into y you're so fabulous. So first of all, let's just start with just a little intro of who you are and maybe a little intro about each D. as well. So Nicole you want to start. So are sure so I'm Nicole, Ashley Bode who I'm the president and CO founder of Hockey Maza, which is crazy fight. Amazing business actually verb I which is a way of meeting sharing and learning and the business end of it is these amazing spontaneous think tanks that have just doesn't even do it justice on what the businesses turned into, and so just this global phenomenon where that we have a global family movement and all the things. And I'm so excited to be here I know I love having you I. Love Seeing your face and Liz hello to you too well, Hello Nicole Nichols. Than I am CEO and Co founder of what D'Amato and Nicole and I have known each other around the industry or a while, and after going to all these events, and then my background is creating events for or rations I was on the corporate side and all the events that we create and go to or just one way they were very sit and yet then you go into your dark of all and then you sit in the back into your emails and then you try to have a conversation in the hall and you get xylophone shamed backings will break out there's not enough bodies and seats. And so we were like this sucks new would really like to talk to each other and not listen to that one person on stage. So we created an event that was all about talking to each other and the spontaneous thing that came from the conference format where we find out what you want to talk about we short had that whole small talk thing and we put people together to talk, and from that his ground as Nicole said, not just the business but a movement of people understanding rents events aren't just about the logistics there about the people that are there, and that's what we're angered on. Such things and family style meals and all the things. Yes. Definitely. I mean when you go to an HD Yvonne, it's it's unlike anything else and I know that's that's purposeful on your on your part I remember a few years ago when Nicole I told me about the idea and the concept behind it and I'll be totally honest I was like. Sure. Like I got to see it. I'm not really sure and then I did I had the great fortune of experiencing one of your first. That took place in San Diego, and then it's like a light bulb like you totally get it and you realize that that's the piece that's missing and and I think when you said you know people just want to have a conversation that is the piece that really is missing and nowadays with the Internet you can get the Education Kinda anywhere you know if you. Put your mind to it, but you can't always get the conversation and so I love the fact that you guys have been. So purposeful in designing those experiences. So let's let's talk a little bit about an HD experiences. Nicole mentioned like you get immediately attacked with a hug It's family sal meals. It's an immediate introduction to somebody else once you arrive just. So that you make that connection. So how did all of that come to be? Did you guys literally sit down and say these are all things we don't like about traditional industry events, and so we're GONNA throw that out and we're GonNa do the opposite or what was your process like in terms of creating the experience those three things came out of my number one. Pet peeve person events, which is the registration process, which is you go to some big place. You stand in line you get handed some stuff. You then turn and look around for someone. You know if you don't see anyone, you didn't get on your phone to try to find out where someone is in any aggressive McCormick all on trying to look important because you belong. And state what we wanted to do eliminate that in create this welcome cafe kind of experience he will come in you're greeted with a hug with something welcoming and not just a line and Pointer Human Arrow pointing you somewhere it's an actual human and then when you do your name badges I, truly for Biz Dev, you WanNa know what company or your from what's your title and what's your name but that reads that where people are constantly looking at each other stomachs chests of big you're out of your valuable enough to talk to you so we eliminated that first. Name. Only no one cares who you are where you're from it is a a human personal conversation. Let's start there and then the food there is nothing more human than breaking bread together. So we started with the family style meals. When you come in, we introduce you to the people that are at the table. So the start when the tribe if there's no, we sit with you know more people come in so that you feel like you had something even if you don't talk to those people again, you've got that initial kind of doctrine Asia and the having team. Yeah I think the. Parts is you know imagine when you eliminate title and company and we also create a no sail zone atmosphere. So it's really great for both sides brands, partners, anybody because that's the rule it's our only rule ever with the word. No, it's really are only rule and really people like this they they really guard that it's not US enforcing it they they are absolutely like they appreciate it. They love it but we came to it with the spirit of you know matching in the conversations that you would have with somebody when you didn't care or know. What they did in where they were from now yes. That makes come up in conversation if they choose to share it but it kind of just really makes everybody you know equal from the start and. Give those we try to eliminate that awkward moments where even as a completely extrovert extrovert i. don't like what I'm like so. Letting, ear. So. It's a lot eliminate that and immediately like. So, in some people come in, it's hilarious because they're like what is going a little taken aback I'm like you can take a minute. Yeah. Love train coming at you watch..

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"One of the major guys that said had this biden it and stuff so it was. It's hard to see the island that when you know it's scary because you know he was sitting there and making all these Statements and all that he knew very well that he knew what was going on. He knows what's happening in those. Why him the next step would seem to be for the entire trump administration to resign nine since? That's not going to happen. Impeachment trial here we come now. In the wake of that interview Ukraine's Interior Ministry announced a criminal the probe into alleged illegal surveillance of former US ambassador to Ukraine Maria von Avik after text messages released by House. Investigators showed a now congressional candidate Robert F hide and Love Parnasse disgusting. Her being tracked in Kiev for his part Parnes said that he didn't take anything from Hyde seriously that the man was quote always drunk. So there's that now onto the impeachment trial where we're waiting to see how the Republicans can continue to claim that no witnesses should be heard and that the impeachment is as trump says a hoax. CNN continues to provoke infighting fighting among progressives in the wake of the dueling impressions by Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren of a conversation they had in two thousand eighteen about a woman running for president in twenty twenty for the record. I have no doubt. They both believe they're telling the truth but each came away from their conversation with a different understanding of what was said. said it happens all the time now. CNN has released the audio of what. The mikes picked up after the debate one Warren Refuse. He's to shake sanders outstretched hand told me a liar on national TV. I think you called me a liar on natural. Let's do it right now. One of the discussion have that discussion. You call meal you told me. Let's luckily this can't end well. So enter a coalition of six Progressive Progressive Groups some who've endorsed Warren some sanders issuing a joint statement calling for unity among the two candidates and their supporters. The statement eight men signed by the heads of democracy for America our Revolution Roots Action Sunrise Movement. Working Families Party and Justice Democrats reads reads in Part Sanders and Warren as well as their campaigns and supporters will need to find ways to cooperate the crossfire amplified by the media is unhelpful and does not reflect the relationship between two Senate colleagues who broadly worked well together for most of the last year we hope to build solidarity between delegates affiliated with these candidates prior to the convention and will encourage the campaigns to work towards a unified convention strategy after the final primaries on on June second while we firmly believe that either warriner sanders should lead our nation in two thousand twenty one we will in the end go all out to defeat trump no matter who the Democratic nominee is amen and that's just a bit of what's news for now I'm Nicole Sandler if you appreciate these reports and the Nicole Sandler show. I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is one hundred percent listener supported. And I can't do it without your help. Find out more at Nicole. Sandler DOT COM mm-hmm. Please click on that donate button. All right I'm going to try to hold it together. There's a lot of stuff to talk about a lot of things that that didn't make it into what's news Let's see what I skipped over. Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a constitutional overhaul during his State of the Nation Address which just happened the other day. to boost the powers of parliament and the cabinet. It's actually Putin wanting to become dictator for life in Russia. So he he's saying he's making all these changes. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev submitted his resignation. Shortly after after that. And then you know. So he's he's readying for a position in Putin's new a dictator for life position or something. I don't know Let's see all right. I don't even know I don't even know okay. So you know one of the things I played in that What's news segment was fucking CNN? I don't know how they could be any worse. That Abby Philip Woman I used to think she was an okay reporter but the way she dealt with that question with Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren after Bernie Sanders said I never said that to her. They turned she. Abby Phillips turns to Elizabeth Warning says so what did you think when Bernie Sanders said. She will woman couldn't win seriously to the point. Where and actually I saw this morning? Mika Brzezinski Kinski and Joe Scarborough even said what the fuck while they didn't say fuck. Because you know they're on cable television. We're actually you can say fuck. They just choose not to. But I digress. But even they said that what the hell is that. Don't you understand when you're whether you're moderating the debate debate or you're interviewing somebody you listen to the answers and that's how you formulate the next question based off the answer the correct answer the the correct question for Elizabeth. Warren should've been Bernie. Says he never said a woman can't win. What what do you think you heard because what I believe and I think I said this yesterday what I believe is neither one of them is lying? How many times have you had a conversation with someone especially over subjects object so contentious as this sexism in politics and walked away with two different impressions of what that conversation Asian was? I'm sure Bernie believes he said Look I. Of course I knew a woman can win. I just know Donald Trump is going to do to any woman who might be his opponent. Because he's a sexist misogynist bigoted piece of fucking Shit. Sorry my language is going to be on the salty side today. 'cause I'm in a mood if you don't like it turn it off. I don't know what else to tell you. sorry lost my train of thought with that And I believe Elizabeth Warren heard in her mind Bernie Sanders saying well. Women can't win as as he he was talking about what Donald Trump would do to any female opponent. I don't think either one of them lied. CNN just wanted to set up a cage fight and then all right so then they made a big deal over at the end. That's right remember the telephone Game Terry Altman in the youtube chat room. You start with something and you go around the room and everybody whispers in the next person's era when it gets around the room what the message they have on. The other side is hundred eighty degrees from the original message. That's what happens. People hear things differently. That's why an eyewitness testimony in a criminal trial is not considered very reliable because people see things through their own lenses everybody brings their own experience to whether it be a conversation. Or you're an argument. They hear what they want to hear it. Selective hearing it's selective comprehension so So so I don't think either one of them did anything wrong but then CNN decides afterwards big Brouhaha was made up made over the fact that Elizabeth Warren wouldn't shake Bernie's hand. Which I I thought was rather fucked up myself? Then they realized do the mics may have been off for the. You know the mix going out on air but they were still miked we have it on tape and sure enough. They release the tape. Now I'm GonNa show you what transpired if you're watching on youtube you'll see it because they haven't youtube hasn't completely killed my account yet. You just can't I just can't monetize. It can't make any money from it What else assists new? I don't make any money from the show. But I digress. What I want you to watch and listen for if you're if you're listening on the Audio Stream is what what happens you here? You see if you're watching on Youtube you see Elizabeth Warren Approaching Bernie Sanders Bernie puts his hand out. Elizabeth Pulse her back. And you'll hear her. Say I think thank you just said. I lied on national television or something like that while they are doing this little dance. Tom Star walks up any person with any kind of self awareness would walk into that situation. See there in the middle of something and go oops and turn turn and walk away but Tom Steer stood there. Sort of like Eliot Engel standing behind Nancy Pelosi when she's announcing the the seven internet managers. Who are going to try the Internet impeachment managers who are going to try the impeachment in the Senate? Eliot dangle is like lurking behind her. Did you see that yesterday. He did he didn't like last week to. He's a strange man. Anyway I again. I digress. any normal person would say. ooh This is a thing. I'll come back later but Tom. Steiner stood there. And you'll hear year after Bernie and Elizabeth decide. This is not the time to talk about this. Tom Steyer says I just wanted to say hello. I couldn't make this. Should I if I tried here. You go from.

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"One of the major guys that said had this biden it and stuff so it was. It's hard to see the island that when you know it's scary because you know he was sitting there and making all these Statements and all that he knew very well that he knew what was going on. He knows what's happening in those. Why him the next step would seem to be for the entire trump administration to resign nine since? That's not going to happen. Impeachment trial here we come now. In the wake of that interview Ukraine's Interior Ministry announced a criminal the probe into alleged illegal surveillance of former US ambassador to Ukraine Maria von Avik after text messages released by House. Investigators showed a now congressional candidate Robert F hide and Love Parnasse disgusting. Her being tracked in Kiev for his part Parnes said that he didn't take anything from Hyde seriously that the man was quote always drunk. So there's that now onto the impeachment trial where we're waiting to see how the Republicans can continue to claim that no witnesses should be heard and that the impeachment is as trump says a hoax. CNN continues to provoke infighting fighting among progressives in the wake of the dueling impressions by Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren of a conversation they had in two thousand eighteen about a woman running for president in twenty twenty for the record. I have no doubt. They both believe they're telling the truth but each came away from their conversation with a different understanding of what was said. said it happens all the time now. CNN has released the audio of what. The mikes picked up after the debate one Warren Refuse. He's to shake sanders outstretched hand told me a liar on national TV. I think you called me a liar on natural. Let's do it right now. One of the discussion have that discussion. You call meal you told me. Let's luckily this can't end well. So enter a coalition of six Progressive Progressive Groups some who've endorsed Warren some sanders issuing a joint statement calling for unity among the two candidates and their supporters. The statement eight men signed by the heads of democracy for America our Revolution Roots Action Sunrise Movement. Working Families Party and Justice Democrats reads reads in Part Sanders and Warren as well as their campaigns and supporters will need to find ways to cooperate the crossfire amplified by the media is unhelpful and does not reflect the relationship between two Senate colleagues who broadly worked well together for most of the last year we hope to build solidarity between delegates affiliated with these candidates prior to the convention and will encourage the campaigns to work towards a unified convention strategy after the final primaries on on June second while we firmly believe that either warriner sanders should lead our nation in two thousand twenty one we will in the end go all out to defeat trump no matter who the Democratic nominee is amen and that's just a bit of what's news for now I'm Nicole Sandler if you appreciate these reports and the Nicole Sandler show. I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is one hundred percent listener supported. And I can't do it without your help. Find out more at Nicole. Sandler DOT COM mm-hmm. Please click on that donate button. All right I'm going to try to hold it together. There's a lot of stuff to talk about a lot of things that that didn't make it into what's news Let's see what I skipped over. Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a constitutional overhaul during his State of the Nation Address which just happened the other day. to boost the powers of parliament and the cabinet. It's actually Putin wanting to become dictator for life in Russia. So he he's saying he's making all these changes. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev submitted his resignation. Shortly after after that. And then you know. So he's he's readying for a position in Putin's new a dictator for life position or something. I don't know Let's see all right. I don't even know I don't even know okay. So you know one of the things I played in that What's news segment was fucking CNN? I don't know how they could be any worse. That Abby Philip Woman I used to think she was an okay reporter but the way she dealt with that question with Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren after Bernie Sanders said I never said that to her. They turned she. Abby Phillips turns to Elizabeth Warning says so what did you think when Bernie Sanders said. She will woman couldn't win seriously to the point. Where and actually I saw this morning? Mika Brzezinski Kinski and Joe Scarborough even said what the fuck while they didn't say fuck. Because you know they're on cable television. We're actually you can say fuck. They just choose not to. But I digress. But even they said that what the hell is that. Don't you understand when you're whether you're moderating the debate debate or you're interviewing somebody you listen to the answers and that's how you formulate the next question based off the answer the correct answer the the correct question for Elizabeth. Warren should've been Bernie. Says he never said a woman can't win. What what do you think you heard because what I believe and I think I said this yesterday what I believe is neither one of them is lying? How many times have you had a conversation with someone especially over subjects object so contentious as this sexism in politics and walked away with two different impressions of what that conversation Asian was? I'm sure Bernie believes he said Look I. Of course I knew a woman can win. I just know Donald Trump is going to do to any woman who might be his opponent. Because he's a sexist misogynist bigoted piece of fucking Shit. Sorry my language is going to be on the salty side today. 'cause I'm in a mood if you don't like it turn it off. I don't know what else to tell you. sorry lost my train of thought with that And I believe Elizabeth Warren heard in her mind Bernie Sanders saying well. Women can't win as as he he was talking about what Donald Trump would do to any female opponent. I don't think either one of them lied. CNN just wanted to set up a cage fight and then all right so then they made a big deal over at the end. That's right remember the telephone Game Terry Altman in the youtube chat room. You start with something and you go around the room and everybody whispers in the next person's era when it gets around the room what the message they have on. The other side is hundred eighty degrees from the original message. That's what happens. People hear things differently. That's why an eyewitness testimony in a criminal trial is not considered very reliable because people see things through their own lenses everybody brings their own experience to whether it be a conversation. Or you're an argument. They hear what they want to hear it. Selective hearing it's selective comprehension so So so I don't think either one of them did anything wrong but then CNN decides afterwards big Brouhaha was made up made over the fact that Elizabeth Warren wouldn't shake Bernie's hand. Which I I thought was rather fucked up myself? Then they realized do the mics may have been off for the. You know the mix going out on air but they were still miked we have it on tape and sure enough. They release the tape. Now I'm GonNa show you what transpired if you're watching on youtube you'll see it because they haven't youtube hasn't completely killed my account yet. You just can't I just can't monetize. It can't make any money from it What else assists new? I don't make any money from the show. But I digress. What I want you to watch and listen for if you're if you're listening on the Audio Stream is what what happens you here? You see if you're watching on Youtube you see Elizabeth Warren Approaching Bernie Sanders Bernie puts his hand out. Elizabeth Pulse her back. And you'll hear her. Say I think thank you just said. I lied on national television or something like that while they are doing this little dance. Tom Star walks up any person with any kind of self awareness would walk into that situation. See there in the middle of something and go oops and turn turn and walk away but Tom Steer stood there. Sort of like Eliot Engel standing behind Nancy Pelosi when she's announcing the the seven internet managers. Who are going to try the Internet impeachment managers who are going to try the impeachment in the Senate? Eliot dangle is like lurking behind her. Did you see that yesterday. He did he didn't like last week to. He's a strange man. Anyway I again. I digress. any normal person would say. ooh This is a thing. I'll come back later but Tom. Steiner stood there. And you'll hear year after Bernie and Elizabeth decide. This is not the time to talk about this. Tom Steyer says I just wanted to say hello. I couldn't make this. Should I if I tried here. You go from.

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"A country that's willing to shake things up every fifty fifty years every fifty years. Oh where so cutting edge so that apparently is why Youtube de monetize my channel. Because I ca start the show with a comedy bit. 'CAUSE I try to get a few laughs and before we get serious But according to Google who owns YouTube. I- i- repurpose someone else's content without out adding significant original commentary or educational value. Really then what the fuck do I spend hours writing every day. I could do what's news. Hey I write that I put that together I voice it I do the new so I use news clips so Amazon Youtube. At and T. O.. Then and there's of course you know the bank who took our house this week. I'm just two thousand here all right. So here's what's going on. Let me you know what I'm not can read the news. I'm not GonNa do it live today because obviously I'm a little on the emotional side of held it together for a long time but yeah so let's do the you know the recorded version of what's news because Yeah I put that together every day. It's my content. Go figure what the Hell your. Aw It's time for Nicole Sandler's what's news from Nicole Sandler Dot Com and the progressive voices network. I'm not quite sure where to begin today..

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"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"nicole" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Candidate and we change America Fat Senor in your more inspiring then realizing you live in a country that's willing to shake things up every fifty fifty years every fifty years. Oh where so cutting edge so that apparently is why Youtube de monetize my channel. Because I ca start the show with a comedy bit. 'CAUSE I try to get a few laughs and before we get serious But according to Google who owns YouTube. I- i- repurpose someone else's content without out adding significant original commentary or educational value. Really then what the fuck do I spend hours writing every day. I could do what's news. Hey I write that I put that together I voice it I do the new so I use news clips so Amazon Youtube. At and T. O.. Then and there's of course you know the bank who took our house this week. I'm just two thousand here all right. So here's what's going on. Let me you know what I'm not can read the news. I'm not GonNa do it live today because obviously I'm a little on the emotional side of held it together for a long time but yeah so let's do the you know the recorded version of what's news because Yeah I put that together every day. It's my content. Go figure what the Hell your. Aw It's time for Nicole Sandler's what's news from Nicole Sandler Dot Com and the progressive voices network. I'm not quite sure where to begin today..

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"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

Nicole Matthews

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

"Your light shine the brightest? After a girls weekend. I love it. And what is your big ask currently either personally or professionally that we can help you with My. I guess because I turned fifty recently. I can't stop with sort of obsessing and that's my word about a lack of time. Okay and I think because I have young children. Yeah. Is How to keep that in perspective. I feel like the the survey are glasses flipped. Yeah. And there's no, we have no gifts of time. We don't share it right but it is a recurring thought of mine on a daily basis that how do I stop worrying so much about that right? Is that yes and ask like how do I do that? Yeah, interesting. Yeah. It's it's I. Don't mean to be dark. But it's it's. It is something I've started talk to my girlfriend's editor of similar ages about it. And I think that's it keeps you to the place where you want as much time as you can of corn of for health and wellness and all the things. But to make a great impact seem to be going there in my head a lot about how do I get these messages across at this point in life you don't know how long right? I actually I actually struggle. If I'm completely honest every time my parents have a birthday. Because I know that that's limiting the you know my dad just turned seventy two and he's very healthy and you know very sound mind and very active and I'm very blessed. But there won't be seventy two more years you know and and I think the same with my mom too and that that bothers me when he turned seventy I've I've felt that what I think what you're describing for him I not for him he would say I've had a great life, right? Don't be sorry for me. Sure. I I think selfishly for me I realized that. I won't have seventy more years. Thank you know. So and I don't know what why that switched I. Don't know what it wasn't so much about I wasn't one of those people freaking about turning fifty that's whatever it is what it is but. It's just can't shake it like a weird and maybe it was just calling attention to being present in the moments that you have share and maybe it's about not sweating the stuff that you shouldn't sweat maybe it all ties into my earlier get. Right is how do I? How do I get that just in the day for the day and not stress so much about what might becoming? Yeah. But other than that I professionally great place. I feel fortunate to have this role and be learning about what learning about because ultimately if I do go back to a hotel environment. This will enhance right the the knowledge of this market in particular, but I can take this sort of experience to help someone develop one and I know also that your girlfriends are very important to you have a very strong. Female. Tribe I I see what you all get to. Social. But I think you know I think that that's I. It shouldn't be discounted as how much that is important to you as well and probably what a contribution that makes your life and how important that is to have that much support. That's not your husband. That's not your professional colleagues. Girls that's right. You need you need that balance and I think a lot of those girls that you see us travelling in a squad are all on me girls we all we all came together at that hotel and I think various Adrian is I mean I'm the oldest by Ma Mile of all of them but we have developed a great unique shared experience and some of you know raising kids at similar. Now I got a late start and it is it really. That's why I said how do you when your light shines the brightest I mean that's That's a that's a release like the really isn't. Anywhere else when you can really just know you're with a group that yeah, loves you and supports you in experiences the same as you, right? Yeah. Well, I think your light shines very bright when I'm in the room with you. So thank you for spending this morning with me and sharing your wisdom and your experiences and your big asks because that's It's important that we all tell our story right of thank you for taking the time to tell your story. So wonderful. Yeah. Thanks Okay bye-bye you've been listening to the big ask podcast with your host Nicole Matthews. Be Sure to stay connected to the big ask podcast.

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"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

Nicole Matthews

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"nicole" Discussed on Nicole Matthews

"Am not a big fan of work life balance to when we talk about. Mothers and work thinks that feels not being. So it could be outside of my expertise but. Balanced. Always feels like you're striving for this equal versus with if you can be in harmony yes harasser to nature is in harmony rights trying to advance and pin of correct itself meme flow, the tide of it. All right. So there's definitely been seasons I'm sure you're so career focused there's a heavy project and there might be other seasons when you're or kid focused not sport harmony than a than a true balance. Absolutely. Types of you and asked as a woman with a very high profile position like how do you balance it all? It has your husband ever been asked that question. Yeah. Probably not right right and so interesting that we're still having that conversation and I think that's a really good point Nicole because on any given day, you're right sides going to outweigh the other within a given week and so I think that's how I prioritize it. And I would literally look at the family scheduled the children schedule knowing that I've got a finite amount of time with them. Doing Soccer Lacrosse or whatever it is and Especially, as the kids got older, it was less about them wanting or needing me. They're like you think of when they're younger it was about me wanting to be a part of that. So I started wayne it almost as as equal as okay. I've got this meaning. I cannot miss that meeting and you do whatever you have to do to make sure that happens but I know at Thursday. A four o'clock, there's a freshman football game and I am scheduled out of the office. So, once you now yeah, exactly that was. That one yeah that was to remind me to boarding a boarding pass. But so you're totally right. It really isn't it's a balancing act. Because again, it's a teeter totter. You're on any given day and there will be those days that you definitely feel like you have done it better share than others on both sides of the aisle. Work and an home do you.

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