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225 - Do this before you burnout - 5 Minutes of Momentum

The Next Level Life Podcast

05:09 min | 7 months ago

225 - Do this before you burnout - 5 Minutes of Momentum

"Welcome to five minutes of my tend. These episodes are a short five minute bursts of inspiration motivation and massive action. If you need that little kick up the to get things moving into its take massive action every single thursday. I'll be sending through a five minute episode to download digest and implement to finish your week off strong. He ready to get started. Let's okay it's time to stop. I know you are really high achiever. I know the able to do so much with your time. But as you're listening to this is just five minutes. I'm going to ask you right now to stop. Take everything out of your hands if you can. If you're driving pullover if your if you can't they'd come back to this episode. But i want you to take everything out of your hands right now. Place you are. There is time for you to do this. And i want you to do this. Before you burn out burnett starts to happen in your mind as we start to use language like. We're overwhelmed with too busy. I don't have time anytime we're using those where activating part of our body which is putting ourselves into a stressed state just causing more cortisol to coarser our body which is putting a body out of equilibrium. And so if you don't wanna burn out because you know that you are the bay all and end all in your business and you know you need to be at your best all the time then. I want you to stop and take a moment right now. So stop stopped everything out of your hands and just take a moment. I want you to put your hands on your laugh if you can and you just going to break with me. I'm going to take you to a relaxing process right. Now because we need to calm your rump nervous system and remind yourself that you've got plenty of time that you are safe and you're going to be okay because we need to calm your body down so then your mind can also come to accomplice so take a moment with me now. I want you to breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth and we're going to take some big deep breaths and going to us out breath as an extended time palm at body down so this is perfect to use when you're feeling any level of anxiety and stress anything that you feel like you just got fifty things on the go and you can't forecast. This is a perfect breathing exercise to do. So what you to breathe in through the is an app through the math breathing through the noise and now out long through the through the math. And if you want a cat with me at four and six so breathing out two three four five six and in two three four and out two three four five six and continue breathing and what you don artists. Now if your belly is filling with air because you'll ballet should extend as your breathing in so if you're breathing shallow from your shoulders from your chest. I want you to deepen the breath as you. Breathe in your belly should extend out to breathe deep into belly exile out and if you can close your eyes down and i just want you to bring your attention to breath. What does it feel. Like entering in your. Nour's what does it feel like as you exhale. What does it feel like in your body to receive the oxygen and as you continue to breathe deep. Repeat in your mind off to me. i'm safe. I m i k. I'm safe. I m i k. I'm safe. I have plenty of time. Everything is working out for me. I am safe. I'm okay there is plenty of time. Everything is where he asked me. While more time everything is always working out for me. Say nice quick easy and it helps to bring your focus back helps to get you out of your head and back into your body and live your life from a place of equally rather than a high level state of stress hurt misserved you please share it with any friends that you feel really needs to hear this and i hope you have an incredible

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Pandemic Marketing - How to communicate your brands message to customers from a social distance

Vooyc Notes

20:52 min | 1 year ago

Pandemic Marketing - How to communicate your brands message to customers from a social distance

"Hey I want to say thank you for listening to this episode. First of all, secondly, I wanted to share something with you real quick I. Know there is a lot of great content creators out there and wonder have you heard of anchor anchors the best way the easiest way in my opinion to create a podcast So. Here's why number one it's free number to the creation tools inside of it, allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or your computer. And also anchor will distribute your podcast for you to the biggest platforms like spotify apple podcast him many others you can make money your podcast inside of anchor, which is excellent with no minimum listenership. It's everything you really need to make a podcast industry it in one place. So go check it out for yourself. All right. Check it out. Download the free anchor APP or go to anchor DOT FM to get started and create your own podcast today. Thank you for tuning in and you're listening to voice notes. Welcome back to the newsletter. Thanks joining today I. Thought I'd share with you some thoughts and strategies that you can use during the pandemic might call it pandemic marketing right and I feel like if you can make your business, your marketing, your brand have momentum. Now during this time period, then you will be able to also thrive even more. So as this thing passes by okay whenever things get back to some sort of normalcy you have. A Better hold on your marketing efforts. So here are some things you could be doing. Now, that will actually fall into later times where you can strengthen your business even more. So if you can endure these times that we're in now so let's talk about how you can market your business during this time period and we might call this. You know marketing from a social distance you know what I mean and how do you do that well. Here are some thoughts. So probably your businesses. Changed it has changed for everyone even for those of us who? Our business primarily online and not off line it's changed for us. We just have to learn how to adapt. So what do you WanNa do you WanNa be a leader? So, how do you establish yourself as a leader? Well, if you have staff, obviously you have to take lead of. Being. Positive and that's really the theme of this edition of the newsletter. You have to be positive with everything that you're doing in your marketing and in your business, not just for yourself. But for everyone, it is a responsibility that we all have to be positive in order to raise up everyone else and that will pay off dividends if you decide to just be positive and have that state of mind. Okay. So the point of all that is this people are not able to Rome as freely as they were to do the things they used to do. So the money that's being spent is no longer as much out and about, but it's now in the home on the Internet. And that medium is seeing exponential growth. So, as you well know the audience that was coming into perhaps the building. is now coming into the virtual building, right. So how do you catch those folks attention and actually make it to where they feel comfortable spending that money with you and your business and your brand? Okay. What are some strategies number one, the old strategy of blogging. And yes. This is something you should consider doing or having someone in your business do and. Using. This method allows you to educate and inform your target audience in the last audio newsletter that I did I, talked about finding your target audience and how do that. So give that a listen if you need to know how to do that. But blogging allows you to target that audience right because there are so many people looking for content, and here's a special point you need to keep in my the content that you put out needs to not involve. The pandemic, not involved covert nineteen not involve the negativity that surrounds all of this that we're dealing with now why? Because your audience needs a break? So when they're online and they're looking at this information, there's no need to remind him of the things that are going on. You want to bring them into a positive situation, a positive thought process, and that's your job in blogging will allow you to do that. So your overall marketing strategy. Accomplishes that Purvis and also it does a few other things for you. It attracts visitors to your website builds credibility with you. Okay. In your own industry, it provides relevant content that you can then turn around and post on social media. You can take a blog posts in breaking into a hundred pieces and post those things, social media and bring them back to bring back the visitors to your website that is appropriate by the way then you can inspire confidence loyalty. And just. Positive not to your customers and your prospects, and that is worth its weight in gold. Now, you might be already blogging. Right now. But. It's time to actually double down on that. So. If you post once a week double down less post twice if you post, you know three times a month. Let's double down and post six times a month take advantage of the time that you have. That's the point. So whatever you're doing double down on it if you are able to. The second strategy is the age old strategy of email marketing. Yes. Email marketing. Now I, know personally, there is a lot of brick and mortar businesses that did not utilize their customer database why not you should utilize the customer database that you have by using email marketing. Now, you might think to yourself. Well, I'm not emailed my customers before so I don't want to infringe upon them. Don't worry about that people want to hear that you're still. Afloat. Okay. So what you want to do in the beginning there is email everybody in your customer database and basically just let them know what you've gone through. Let them know that you're all right. Let them know you're enduring. Let them know that you're pulling yourself up by the bootstraps and that you appreciate the business they've given you over the years and that you're going to keep going and you're going to go ahead and continue to message them with positive messaging and try to help them in any way that you can't. That is the beginning of your email marketing journey with your customer database. and. Even if you have been email marketing your customer database, you need to do this what I just mentioned to you. And what that's going to do is that's going to help people to personalize your business right they're going to feel like, okay, this is an this is someone who's enduring like I am, and that's a common ground because listen everyone out there is in during the situations they're that they're in right so you want to customize the content that you put out in your emails to reflect the current event. Without being negative, right. So just because you send out messages and say, okay, this is what we've been through. You don't want it to be negative even if it is a negative situation, you do want to help people to appreciate hey, through all this, I am remaining positive and you should too right. So this is the key when it comes to your email marketing and as you develop that type of. Branding that type of personalization is going to be very, very easy for you to be able to ban turnaround later and recommend products, services and things like this. Okay. Third thing videoconferences as you know, this is the kind of the bread and butter of pandemic marketing right now video conferencing. Everyone knows about zone zooms. Brand and business has skyrocketed and everyone is using it because it's easy to use and it works. So you should get on board with that. If you have not, it's free easy to learn. You can jump on his own call whenever you went. In fact, yesterday I jumped on a Zoom Call From Louisville Kentucky with someone in Turkey about video editing services see it does not matter where in the world the person is you can jump on his own call and do business same thing with your clients. Right. You can let your clients know that you're available during this period of social distancing through video conference maybe your clients need help with a particular problem. Hey why not make yourself available to help them solve their problem. In fact, if you have not already done this, you don't know what problems your clients are dealing with, and that is important for you to know what is your clients dealing with right now, help them with those problems and what that is going to do is not only is that going to retain. The business that you have, but it's also going to make those people want to tell other people about you and your business. You see the point. So just by extending a helping hand to your existing clients with the problems that they are now having with, you know, of course, things that relate to your business. This is going to help your business. Trust me on that. And also not to mention that there are slim chances that competitors of yours offering that. Right think about it is any of the competitors that you have offering to do this. So stand out that's the point standout. You will also develop customer loyalty by doing this because you're different and you're innovative. Number four video marketing. Yes. Video Marketing is. Obviously a cornerstone in today's marketing environment before the pandemic. How much more so now? You have a smartphone, right? Well, that's great. So you need to consider recording short messages for your clients and getting them out there via the emails that you San or through social media or both so. Why not utilize that okay. So you no doubt have some very important clients that you've already established and the chances are that if you decide to do a brief video recording a message just to say Hello Okay and let them know that you're. That they are on your mind how far do you think that will go with him? No sales pitch nothing about the business nothing about any of this stuff. Just letting them know that there on your mind you just wanted to reach out say hello but you shoot a video. prerecorded. Just send it over to them via text message or whatever. How far do you think will go? It will go a long way toward client loyalty and retention. Try that out. Let me know how how that works for you. Okay. Number five as you well know, social media is the marketing vehicle of choice especially now and it was already established before this pandemic hit so. It's an easy way to utilize the situation that we're in. People get tired of hearing bad news though, right? And negative, which is all over social media. Can you be a positive voice? Can you capture attention by posting content that brings relief? From this corona virus talk versus. Talking about this type of situation that we're in, can you be the one who brings relief that should be the theme of every post that you out there relief right relief. Now, here's a few tips on how to do that number one focus on sharing relevant content and information, but don't be political avoid that doesn't matter what your. Thoughts are on politics whatever that's not your job in the business that you're doing your job is to be a beacon of. positivity remember that's the theme of Today's audio newsletter. So do that right? Be Relevant not political. Then you can avoid self promotion as well in your social media marketing. No one wants to read blatant advertising from you not right now now is the time that you. Talk about things that matter to your customers and your clients. Okay. So what does that mean? It means you gotta get creative. How do you do that? Well US funny. Educational or interesting photos. that. You can post. So remember funny educational interesting. If what you have or what you see or what you go through if any one of those three things then use it, post it, talk about it people like that. Keep it like okay no one wants. Anything heavy right right now. So keep heavy contact. Away from that Social Media Hemisphere. Now, another thing you can do read comments and reply. So people comment to your to your posts. Read those comments, reply to him but again, always be positive even if someone is being negative. Even if someone strikes a nerve don't. Acknowledge the negativity. Remain, positive. Always always always at all costs because. The reason you want to do that is not because of the person, right it's not because of the person, let's say who posting something negative or making a negative comment is for the hundreds or thousands of people that will read. What that post says. And you have to think about the bigger picture. So if someone posting negative comment when you reply insurer that you reply in such a way that it absolves you of all negative. Thoughts are negatively I should say right and then when some one comes through Saint Man. That lady that guy was very, very positive. That was a very good response sp response to that negative comment. That is what you want because that puts you in the light that you want to be in in the minds of those looking at your car tape. Keep it positive. Okay. That's the point. There's enough negativity going around. Number six, the next thing text messaging talked about that a few minutes ago. But how about using text messaging? This is a good reason why you want to start building up a phone customer database if you don't have one. Of Cell Phone, numbers. Now, if you already have that and you have those cell phone numbers, handy us now. Okay. This is very important to retain good clients for many years. A main focus of my business personally was test text message marketing. Okay. So I very much think that you should be using text message marketing, right but. Nowadays, you don't WanNa be blasting to a lot of people one message you want to take it one at a time. So to get your really good clients, get their numbers. If you have their cell phone number, shoot a brief textile say hi. Wish them well. I guarantee they'll be impressed and they appreciate the gesture and that in and of itself will put you in your business and your bran top of mind of all of your clients and isn't that where you want to be. Yes indeed now last but not least. webinars. Okay. We talked about video conferencing but how about webinars right have you used these now if you have something to sail, then you have a reason to do a Webinar. Now, whatever it is that you sale doesn't matter the price point doesn't matter what it is. How about? Recording a Webinar and talking about that thing right or recording a Webinar and just educating people helping people. which will in turn gives you the opportunity to give a call to action at the end, right. So if you've been building your business through the use of live cinema, Nour's as an example and that's your bread and butter. Well, now's the time to into the world of webinars. Now, you're probably already doing that if you are into seminars but if by some Chance you're. Not. Using webinars. We're already working with clients who have some really implemented this strategy. In their business, right is another marketing tool. It will continue to benefit you long after this pandemic is over. Okay. So That being the case. These are some ways that you can actually. Use The pandemic in a way that benefits your business. And market from a social distance. Now I know this audio newsletter was much longer than my previous ones but I think it's because of how relevant this information is that I need to get to you in. So I took a little extra time here. Hopefully, it helps you right in your business that's the goal. And I appreciate your time if you are listening now, appreciate your time. One thing I will mention though before I end this and I wanted to wait to the end to mention it because again, I'm not trying to promote but I think a perfect way now especially to put your brand and your business out there is through. The television getting into people's households and putting your messaging out that way to Roku in through other apps like that like how Masan and so forth. But ROKU was the king right now. So if that is something. That you think your business can't sustain. That is something I think you should explore. That's what we do. We develop TV channels for our. Partners in our brands. So anyway, just wanted to put that out there because. I know that that is effective right now so Thanks for listening. This is Damon with voice media. I'll see you out there. Thanks for listening the voice notes we appreciate you. And Hope you come back to listen to the next episode.

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Confirmation of How the Universe Evolved

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

29:25 min | 6 months ago

Confirmation of How the Universe Evolved

"I love this podcast. Support this show through the acoss support supportive feature. It's up to you how much you give. And there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the short description to support. Now this is space time series. Twenty four episode forty for broadcast on the twelfth of april twenty twenty one coming up on space time confirmation of how the universe evolved. The spacecraft undertakes its final asteroid observation run and jupiter's great red spot still there enraging that and more coming up on space time. Welcome to space time. We'd stewart gary. Astronomers have discovered that much of the universe's so-called missing normal matter has been hiding in plain sight in the cosmic web. The findings reported in the journal astronomy and astrophysics matches previous computer models of the evolution of the universe. Structure of the observable universe has a web like appearance with massive empty voids surrounded by thin filaments and connecting nodes made up of gas stars galaxies galaxy clusters and subic lobsters one galaxy the milky way together with all the neighboring galaxies around us in the local group allocated on one of these thread like filaments right next to and maybe even just inside a giant void when the universe exploded into existence. Thirty eight billion years ago in what today is commonly referred to as the big bang matter expanded out from a single point in space time spreading out almost evenly in all directions almost evenly but not completely so in some places men who is just a little bit more dense than in others and these denser regions exerted slightly high gravitational forces during more and more gas and material from the surroundings. That's how the giant voids were created with the increased concentration of gas eventually condensing into the filaments of galaxies thousand planets which make up the universe today but when it's drawn him as did the calculations they discovered that at least half of all the universes so-called ordinary matter technically what astronomers referred to as barry onic matter remained hidden over recent years. The being tantalising clues and with disgusted. Both era space time and on its predecessor starts to have this missing matter is spread out within the filaments between galaxies. Now a new evidence based on large scale observations combining data from the australian square kilometer array pathfinder radio telescope and the earth or german irresistible x ray. Space telescope have confirmed it. The two telescopes allied fields of view allow them to observe relatively massive part of the sky single measurement and it very high resolution. They examined a system of three galaxy. Classes that is able thirty three ninety one ninety five located some seven hundred million is away. The observations looked at not only the cost. Isn't that numerous individual galaxies within them but also the guests filaments connecting these structures astronomers identified x ray emissions emanating from gigante gossamer thin sheets of gas. La's fifty million is long that possibly match lodgers that was the maximum extent of the field of view. One of the study's authors or fishery nour's from the university of western sydney says calculation suggests that more than half of all barry onic matter in the universe is contained in such filaments it that the widely accepted standard model for the evolution of the universe is correct that muddled code lambda cold. Dark matter uses the combination of mysterious invisible type of matico dark matter and an equally mysterious force a piece to work opposite gravity. Call doc energy to explain the way structures in the universe should appear at says. The observations revealed the striking richness of structure and activity in the in class. The system sending the us is the off the big bang older and gas formed off. Big banks cut in food. Come meet put together by their own forces and over time from the web like structure which call the cosmic. So what we're expecting. These models is all the galaxies. We see should being a stronger long. Filaments sheets with great voids tells us based on that i'm spending darkness and doxygen some and when we look at the date see. Cd's looks like we've never the gaps in the situation. So what we found in this news we published is we've had been detected these filaments joining the galaxies and says this is a another in confirmed. ma with dot maxim dawkins correct. It also explains role. The missing very onic matter is because this has been one of the big puzzles. Not just the missing dark matter. That's very trendy to talk about. What the dot matter even is but the big head scratches bain. Well where's all the normal matter. Most of it missed three right so yeah so when we come back we see in stars and got says still not snuff. Expect to see more and what we've discovered in this filaments masters strung out between the galaxies which very nice explains the missing messed up. And how is this research caridad now. These two big new instruments which oppose surveying the sky. One of them ego seeks. Which is why the germans. He's looking x-rays and the other one as australia is looking in radio waves so we both seem vice listening very and in this collaboration becomes we realize which look advice collaborations office and so in this of result. We've got used both telescopes and surveyed large scarred. I'm looked around. So he rosie touch sector the bridge. They expect to the hawk gas. We didn't see it without cutting. That's interesting because that tells you because we sit with us but we expected to see all the electrons which by harvey listen to scouts and we would see radium these elections and we don't see as the electrons and nothing which by services quite smooth and i mean what do send the right there. We see galaxies along the elements and those are falling down in the costas. Custos away from join each other and just fifty four in down smoothly nothing by a toughie. Let's we talk about something. That's seven hundred million light years away. We think of that as being a long way away. But i guess on the girl scouts things. It's not. yeah so we look further away so be further away because signed if we look at something like ten billion light is why not means shaken lights or radio waves. And that's something. He's take ten years to travel mess. Object to And so we are seeing it as it was ten billion years ago when the lights will radio. Isn't that so. Let me look out certain universe which looking back in time when you see the very early universe and so it's really good for this stuff 'cause we can see early clusters like there's probably joined. I mean goes further back in time by objects further away and we see. The project clusters the cousins. When the first folding when the web is i gather and so we can see stages of the formation of the customer web. It's a bit like trying to see the forest for all the trees is a difficult job to be at a place. House sows in the universe. On that scale is about the person the trace. I mean one of the problems is that we've had these telescopes from the past which able to see each child in these things but what we really need. Trusses is we need the laws areas and this is what both ego cpa and capital to that really good looking laws and the sky so oh radio telescope it can see deep us is real magic is it can see large areas and so we have seen things that people would never seen before just because they have ever stand back. You know looping. Studying the trees where i see the as well with these new observations does that. Put an end to monde modify. Shouldn't we go there. Pay said longtime ago. This provides further support for lambda. Call dark matter already We've known for a while. That mogul messa problems. So we know that we say it. We see on calcutta customers and this whole as missing max that which we will talk metha- now there's an idea that maybe the maybe it's just an modified you send in maybe on the drops slightly wrong. It's a good idea. But the moms problems piecemeal. It doesn't actually give you an old son society and it does stuff that we're seeing some discoveries. The cuss nick web now found totally predicted. By largest it's just not so. I would say this is what was stunned that monday's pain Co and the puck nauseous is good. That's professor ray nour's from the university of western sydney and this space time i'm stewart gary still to come. Neces- cyrus wreck spacecraft. And the texans final fly by the asteroid banou and jupiter's great red spot maybe shrinking but it still raging all that and more still to come on space time necessary siris rick spacecraft is undertaking. Its final flyover of the half kilometer wide asteroid banou passing just three point seven kilometers above this alien worlds rugged rock strewn surface. The flight path took a cyrus rips directly over the sample collection site with spacecraft touchdown last year giving mission manages a chance to see how the operation altered the asteroid surface the spacecraft sampling head sunk. Almost half a major in the asteroid surface and simaltaneously fired a pressurized charge of nitrogen gas after collecting some sixty grams of regular spacecraft fired. Its thrusters during the back away. Bird in the process disturbing a substantial amount of surface material because been his gravity so weak. These various forces had a dramatic effect on the sample side disturbing in launching away. Many of the region's rocks and a lot of dust in the process. The final fly bob banou thereby provided scientists with an opportunity to learn how the spacecraft's contact with the and surface altered the sample site and the region surrounding it a cyrus rex image banou on its final fly by for five point. Nine hours just over. The asteroids full rotational period within this timeframe spacecraft's polycom major obtained high resolution images of been used northern and southern hemispheres. As well as its equitorial region scientists will be able to compare these new images. The previous high resolution imagery of the asteroid obtained during twenty nine teen. Most of the spacecraft's other science instruments were also on collecting data during this final flyover including the map cam image thermal emission spectrometer visible and infrared spectrometer and the laser altimeter exercising these instruments is also giving mission manages a chance to assist the current state of eight science package aboard the spacecraft. That's important as dust would have counted. Many instruments during the sample collection event understanding the health of the instruments is also part of messes evaluation process for possible extended mission once the samples delivered to worth cyrus. Rex will remain in space until may tenth. At which point the mission will begin its return cruise phase. Ah two year journey taking it back to planet earth. As it approaches the earth a sarah's rex will jettison it sample return capsule containing the rocks and dust collected from banou the captial parachute down under the utah desert on september twenty fourth twenty twenty three once recovered. It'll be transported to nasa johnson space. Flight centering houston. Texas with samples will be carefully removed and then sorted for distribution laboratories around the world for detailed analysis. The two thousand one hundred ten kilogram sars rick space craft was launched aboard an atlas five rocket from cape canaveral air force station in florida on september. The eighth two thousand sixteen on a two billion kilometer seven years sample return mission to the near earth asteroid but new the new is listed as a potentially hazardous object with a one twenty seven hundred chance of impacting. the earth. sometime between twenty one. Seventy five twenty one ninety nine. An accurate assessment of been is probability of earth impact requires an accurate and detailed understanding of the asteroid shape its composition and its rotational parameters in order to determine the magnitude and direction of what's known as the kofsky effect. The kofsky effect is caused by sunlight warming the day side. Surface of a rotating body such as an asteroid as the asteroid turns the nightside cools and releases. This heat which is a small degree of thrust exerting a force which actually can be strong enough to change asteroids direction over time. Astronomers calculate that if banou to impact the earth the expected kinetic energy associated with such a collision would be equivalent to twelve hundred megatons of tnt. The new pass within seven hundred and fifty thousand kilometers of the earth on september. The twenty third twenty sixty that close approach will cause the divergence in bananas next course approach to the earth and timber the twenty fifth twenty one thirty five which will be somewhere between one hundred thousand and three hundred thousand kilometers. There's no chance of an impact in twenty one thirty five but it will be close however that twenty one thirty five approach could position banou to pass through a fifty five kilometer wide gravitational ko which could then create an impact scenario at a featuring counter. So the more we know about the no the better this space time still com. Japan is great. Red spot continues to shrink. But he's still raging and later. In the science report australian medical experts recommending people on the fifty be given the covid nineteen vaccine rather than the astra zeneca jab all that and much more still to come on space time the last few decades astronomers of noticed that cheapest most iconic feature. It's great red. Spot which has raged across the surface of the solar system's largest planet for more than three hundred years has been slowly shrinking and fading observations by hubble space telescope confirmed that the raiders which they massive at cycle and shrinking as slowed down in recent years. Although it still some two hundred forty kilometers smaller now than what. It was as recently as two thousand. Fourteen the jovian great red spot. It'd be measured as far back as the late. Eighteen hundreds which time was some forty one thousand kilometers wide big enough for planet. Earth fit inside at three times but by the time this is twinned. Voyages spacecraft lou past the gas giant nineteen seventy nine. The great red spotted shrunk to about twenty three thousand three hundred kilometers across and it's continued to shrink with time hobble image taken in nineteen ninety-five measured the spot at twenty one thousand kilometers wide and by two thousand nine hundred trying to just eighteen thousand kilometers across observations in two thousand twelve revealed a noticeable increase in the ratio which the spot where shrinking by some nine hundred and thirty three kilometres a year and it was also changing shape from an oval to a circle. However the most recent measurement showed the raiders shrinkage has slowed down somewhat with great red spot. Now around fifteen thousand kilometers across and decidedly hail orange instead of red my gina the storms swirling winds still pack a punch reaching more than five hundred forty kilometers. An hour. around its periphery. Cyclones including the originally named counterparts hurricanes and typhoons usually spinner at a center of low atmospheric pressure and planet's rotation induces a coriolis effect which causes a cyclone to spin clockwise in the southern hemisphere counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere. But the great red spot is an anticyclone they spin in the opposite direction because they sent it around an area of high atmospheric pressure over the past few years astronomers have observed an interesting series of small vortices which causing to the great red spots clouds to flake off further shrinking. The storm in the process before twenty nine. It only being hit by the smaller storms a couple of times a year but more recently. It's being pummeled by as many as two dozen year. The great red spot is still some six to seven times as big as the smaller anti cyclones that have been colliding with it mogae to put all their perspective. Even these smaller storms still some ten times bigger than earth's biggest hurricanes summer even bigger than the pun at mas now and you study reported in the journal of geophysical research planets claims these interactions are only superficial and the great red spots actually gaining path from the small storms at the expense of their rotational energy. You give me. The storms can buy nicest genus spacecraft around jupiter. Show that the smaller. Anti cyclones pass through the high-speed peripheral of the great red spot before circling around it these smaller storms create chaos in an already turbulent dynamic situation temporarily changing the grit spots ninety day oscillation in longitude and tearing streams of red clouds from the main oval but scientists say this is only affecting a few kilometres at the surface and doesn't have any significant impact on the overall two hundred kilometer depth of the grid spot as a whole scientists still unsure. What's causing the great red spot shrink off for that matter how it formed in the first place at the believe that these smaller anti cyclones may actually be maintaining the great red tempest at least for now escape your every day out of this world action from the greedy apocalypse of the walking dead universe to the cyberpunk realm of the watch and the criminal underbelly of gangs of london. Amc plus is more than entertaining. It's epic feel chills and thrills with shutters. Halfway to halloween month experience shutters big month of horror featuring a new season of creepshow and new movie premieres all available at free and on demand. Start your free trial today at. Amc plus dot com and take a brief look at some of the other stories making using science this week. 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Episode 8: Lena Koro - NARS Global Artistic Director

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Episode 8: Lena Koro - NARS Global Artistic Director

"Everyone has a podcast right now. And i use anchor to create this one. I'll tell you why it's free. I could stop right there. But there's more anchor will distribute your podcast for you. So it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. So many more there's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer and anger will help you. Monetize with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. Welcome to look behind the look. The new podcast that examines iconic looks in film television music and fashion history. I'm your host. Tiffany bartok whether you're promoting a new product special event film premiere or advertising your brand presentation folder. Has you covered with their custom. Posters and signs to showcase your message and design in a beautiful way. Their custom posters and signs are printed. Full color are great for short run projects and utilize the highest quality. Uv inks developed from their latest digital printing. Press order your custom posters or signs directly online at presentation folder dot com and save fifteen percent on your next order when you use promo code. Tiffany fifteen at checkout. Bring your print to life the pf iway. Hey everybody we are back this week with episode eight. I sat down with the absolutely stunning makeup artist. And nour's global director lena. We talked all about her deep love and passion for beauty and glamour her decades of work with francois news including her work on his books. Make up your mind make up your mind. Express yourself and x ray. You have all three. We go in depth on a look created in two thousand ten for a nour's campaign with amber valetta. That was inspired by the louise. Moonwalk classic bell dis. You're and as always we're going to talk about so much more. Don't forget to head to the youtube channel to take a peek at the looks that were referencing and enjoy so here. I am with leinna ha and we were just talking about you. Brought up something just now. That made me think about what. I've been really thinking about a lot lately about how makeup artists are always in the background and never really get a any attention and so when when we start talking about your work. It's it's it's hard for you to acknowledge what an amazing contribution that you've made you know because we we struggle. I think as as we struggled to define this as an art because sometimes it feels like we're talking about vanity right and then you know you really realize how artistic is and it's not frivolous and it makes life so much better you know and not in vain way and to claim that sometimes people feel a little bit awkward or funny about that. You know what i mean. And i say own it because you know you're work is incredible and i've always admired it and i'm so happy that you agreed to talk to me today about some of these beautiful things that you've created with francois That's how i know you i. I came to know you. Because i know francois nour's work. Obviously we all do and you are very much integrated with his work. And i didn't realize until. I started talking to you. How much of it was your work. That's in the campaigns and whatnot And in the books that you've done so what which. Let's talk a little bit about how you started. Let's just go from the beginning and talk about how you started. This is the things i sees out sworn in i am obsess and then i love what i do on kids i. I don't remember how old. But already i noticed our you know what exactly what i wanna do. I'm obsessed what. I do so unstable doing it so i'm very grateful or i'm still doing this. And my word you know my career a making money. And then i still love. I don't see myself. This is my wert by yesterday. My work so how lucky. I am to do what i want to do and i love what i do and then i still. I'm still doing it. I still have a passion for it. So it's very lucky. Where did you grow up. I grew up. I was born raisin tokyo japan and then i i left ellison's seventeen years old and i came to the united states and then i was in la for maybe ten years. And and i moved to europe for Seven years yeah and when you came to l. a. Did you have intentions of being a makeup artist. I already knew yes. He's very like some. Somehow i wanted to involve with the fashion Or in a studio work. But i started with a hair. I'm working in a hair salon and then Somebody said while you know you wanna be agency like you wanna come to that my age. Don't say and that's how. I started working in studio Always a little girl. I was playing with a makeup on. Everybody's face my mom and my sister. My roommate Roommate no School made in everything everybody. I used to play all the time and start taking pictures. I put my own clothes. I don't know what i was doing. But i stand on. I'm gonna make you so beautiful. So i'm going to take a picture and i still have some picture i think so. Yeah i'm still doing the same thing. How that's so interesting that they approached you about about being with the agency because usually it's the other way around. Yeah yeah that's a wonderful rendall mine on with a silla. Seen ta and then jeffrey he passed away would really good friend of mine. Who's a very good make parties. He was working with seneca's medics and I was working. It's called cassandra. Two thousand with hats international and there was novelli anyway so i started there and then i decided to move to like an doing herring. Mak- up in studio. But i i quit doing the hair. I love doing solo mortgage completely different and and doing harass people don't understand they lump it all together and it's just two two different artists by far. Yeah so you knew right away that you wanted to do the makeup and you never found yourself doing heroin doing hair makeup studio and then i moved to euro because that was how we have to do. Build up your portfolio. There is no internet that time. There's no cell phone there is no nothing like Excess two right now. it's everywhere it's so easy access but that time it just very different kind then And then do you remember about that time when everyone would. There was always a story of a makeup artist leaving their portfolio in a cab. You know like even model and photographer an makeup and hair stylist. There were like i show you might have owner. I left it there. But i have the huge book. You probably have to have like five or six book. They're keeping an agency went out one the other way. So and then you have to pay your own to buy the the tear sheet which is a whole magazi- page so you have to go inside and the other side so you know you have to do all work and then you have to carry your book. It's so heavy and going somewhere or go this and that and me you know they go and see. i remember. i remember always be like a story of somebody calling the cab company and getting the portfolio back. You know magic misunder jerry. Yes you were hustling in europe for a long for seven seven years with that agency with a change in europe. That wasn't really i went. I just went four. I just do it without thinking you have to do. Whatever you know. I'm gonna just do and then very lightly and then i stay up. Stay like seven years and italy most of the time and then i. That's the place. I met brands ours. Human how did you. How did you meet his agent. Because i was assisting for the fashion show. That was the biggest thing you have to do. Our to assist big makeup artist or the fashion shows. This also cabin marais linda fellow and marry all different people but then i met francois on they call me. And then you know. If i'm a bailable or i was higher. Ads local assist extra assistant in milan. And i show. I ever did with them. It's an album definite deep. But at the show i never forget that. Oh wow do you know what year that was. I see was nine teen ninety somewhere. Okay yeah love to try to find that. I was so nervous. Oh i can imagine what what was. It like like what was put. Put me back. There was that all. Like i was going to be nataly. So of course the embo. It's like now like east. Ground is more back once a month that come up. And then excite. It's a revolution of like mushin industry. That what the time so. I was weighed it like in front of that. It's called But he called the magazine. Stan yes maybe they come out. And i go and buy it. Yeah now for me. Sank easter graham or together internet. It's all that all the information. In the first time. I ever see rams one ours or bay stephen my fellow of like don leo me christie. Now was the time of supermodel. Suber hairs burma super photographer. And that's the only way you can access to what's going on with a makeup hair and everybody. Everybody follow that direction. And then francois was like for me or the team for me. Works like goddess. Yeah yeah absolutely that group of people. And then somehow i start working with him and one day he go. Well you know if you have ever come to new york when it come you know. Move there and i'm looking for personal assistant. Come to me. Come with me and work in the studio and do that really. I don't even think about it. I just packed myself in our win. And then Following week. I start working with him and all they might vary so so. What do you think he saw in you. That was so extraordinary. I i know you don't like talking about yourself but must know on some level that there was this just qismat. I don't know he was joking. Like telling me to come. But i just went. I just have i wanted. I wanted so badly that that made it happen. I think you manifested at. Yeah you the you. If you really want it anything. I really think you have to really want it but if you want it and then you have it. That's my while that's a beautiful leslie. I'm from japan. And then i was dreaming like things in the little japan and i got here and then you know i just look back and then you know what you see. I believe in myself. I did it. You know whatever. I follow my stink and my dream and that is so. I love that story so much. that's fantastic. Yeah so then. That began your relationship. Forevermore right yeah. I mean i i was like no i started with a system and he had more more assistant more. You know you just do whatever you can do to your best. And then yeah still here. That's so inspiring. It's so inspiring. So we'll in talking about your work which is gorgeous. I'm gonna pull up. So i can talk about it. You know you've done the books together and the first one will take a look at is no the first thing that we're taking a look at the amber valetta Campaign that you did. Do you wanna talk to me a little bit about what the campaign was and the concept that you came up with sure. Francois came up first. You know bronx y and five. Am the wrong director. And then they started talking about what direction they wanna go and then you know then he was telling me this is this is going to be this an inspiration every time like oh the campaign he shoot. It's very like that. And the the the inspiration for this was the film right. Bell does your was it. Yes the catherine new and then he would say you. This is the the catherine deneuve the movie. You really have to watching cherry carefully. And very detailing. He's very absolutely hundred percent. He'll look every single unlawful. Whatever it's very detail into that. I learn it like what's an example of that like Up and more air and then you know like and winner and let and whatever i mean it sometimes me and him watch together and you. Will you stop that. The poet ed and now would take a picture. And then you can see. That's a now hour a very good technology. Now i could blow up whatever. And then i can look at it and then you know. Just a very meticulously. He's very had you say detail. Oh yeah the outcome is extraordinary And then you worked with or bay on this shoot. Yes light very for me. It's very special very. it's very started. Keep started with sorry jumping back and forth. It's okay started as a photographer. Francois francois there he started on one either north cosmetics. He knows the best people but he said he can afford to hire the best photographer in not in his bright knows all the tech not technically but visually he he had so you know what i had no money to shoot. Ask anybody so. I'm gonna do it. Said oh wow that's me. So that's why we started with you. Know chow karen a elson or alec different people. That was the very first campaign he pick up and he became photographer. It what year was that. I think is nine thousand. Nine hundred ninety four right right. Okay yes. I can picture it in my mind. I just wanted to be able to find the picture. I just saw last night at the. She lives in my neighborhood. Yes she came into the restaurant i was at. That's fantastic and i was thinking you know. What when did she start and what the line was. It originated in the late in the mid nineties. Ninety four wa four nine. Four time is flying sometimes. It seems like it was yesterday. Sometimes i feel like i grew up with it. This campaign with amber was two thousand. And one i believe right a wait. Two thousand one which is Thousand nine years. I can't i can't even shocking to say the least because and also these pictures look like they could be from yesterday. I mean timeless. And then this and we we were about to talk about or bay doing the hair which is me can imagine before they're like my goddess and then make up an orbis the in hair and he's just like amazing person. I was at the first time you met him. No no no no. Okay okay at francois. Even before i knew i was a friend of or base assistant and they became really good friends. We used to hang out and then we go out and stuff so and been way before horrible horrible loss. Yes aft but this hair. i mean that was. That was the hair. That's what people would sit in the chair and ask for is a hair in this campaign and then for the for the face. Now what did you use arm in this campaign. Can you remember i use. I have to give back to you to that list. And then i'm gonna give you back but you know it's called the non right. We talked to you like that. And i don't have it catherine deneuve. They go like this. You know like a hell a crease. Yes you can make lying very softly but it just a blended. You can make a very lying literally above the island. So so you're creating that crease. You're making a cut creased there with the with the dark blue. Yeah and then. My nose started with that. I think was a brown pencil or okay just to just to outline and then use a blue or whatever and then just blended really well beautiful and then it was just so i. You know dusted francois. Nour's he said you know what i'm gonna use umbra ballot and then i'm gonna make her as catherine deneuve like you know it's great and he has i for it and then he know how to shoes very amazing i for it and yes. Oh wow that's great. Yeah i mean the the campaign with tilda does a good example of that too. I mean i was shocked at how glamorous she really am very say he whatever he does. It's very timeless. Yes yes i mean. Absolutely ah what do you think of trends. And i mean i see this this look with the in the campaign that we're talking about with the yellow and the hotter pain. It's a little bit of a boulder pink and that could be viewed as a trend right but for some reason. What do you think it is. It doesn't look like it like oh my god. There's a p or get there is a town. You do it if you like. He did it like mark marceca's show when he came back on the fashion show. That was like almost like Eight hundred club kid with. I do say stephen sprouts and albright up so that was different but right. He does his every time he said. Make this beautiful person. Beautiful no matter what we alert. Whatever you you created new this person in pretty makeup may person beautiful so none of us make anybody feels good. Because you're they know they beautiful right. So i at each airfield exactly the same. I'm not very trendy mak- parties or anything. i don't see myself in that way. But i just love what i do and i love making ladies and gentlemen feel their best invest and bring up the best out of their future or make them feel good. That's yes yes yes yes. It never is covering something up. It's just enhancing what they already have makes them look so beautiful. Yes and then the other book that you collaborated on. I went into my my archives and found mine which make mine. I didn't realize i had forgotten that francois had signed it and i loved this book. You know my love have this. Oh no is that the second edition. Yes taken one. I gotta get it. I have to get that own. My son busy separates one. You have. yes yes yes yes yes someone the second one. This is the bottle their own uber. Owing side you did that cover of the second one. Yes this one i did. That's beautiful but are not a model bills are against non model or no actress or anybody. Oh just regular people. Yeah yeah yes sometimes you would say oh you know what i like. I like her. Some girls work in an office. And we use that to or you wanna be a model things that i feel like that would never happen now. I feel like you know. That's all that street fashion and seven. Yeah i mean. I guess it still happens. But it's so posed and on purpose. You know z. Is one yeah. She works in the north. She was. I don't know where she's still there working. And then i made it s and then you can see that he always said this is like a cooking book of the makeup. Yes i know. I used to play with the plastic. That goes i think i think you can. This one is out of print. The first one i believe. I don't know. I gotta look look look it up but i wanted to ask you but that that image that you just showed up because i talked about this with rachel goodwin also that sheer fan of putting is blue eye shadow and color on the lips. And how and how. Many people say i can't do that. That's not that's against the rules you know that they've been told so. What do you say to that when people say that. See again thing the mak- is on. It's very personal Then i think i am old but when unaware of makeup i feel good and seventy one. Let's say i mean that. I think it's how open your attitude and really want to do it. And they want to change or you know i always said let's say they'll read lips day. You know people some people own. I'm not gonna wear right but what you try it and the before you go to sleep maybe you put it on and walk around like a little bit and then the arm a couple times and maybe there's a one day you go. Maybe i like it right then. You start leising you you you just eat the And then fit and if you digest it and become your own and then you feel confidence you feel like oh and the great with red and then he. That's yours you you you earn iq and no i love that you know it's like it's like that and then even i make love that because you don't want it it's okay. Some people are really looking good with nothing. So even fratto state you know. Don't don't destroy the face. Mayor makeup is don't know therefore just here you just do your makeup and then you know whatever just really looking. I really think it's a very personal. Everybody has a different personality. Different face different background. Different everything so my goal to to make this person better than before So if you wanna put some. It's not making them better. If you're forcing them to do something you castaing said yeah can't especially with like a normal you know people like normal people know actress or no model definitely. No you have to start like you know you have to figure what personality and willing to do it really you know but then nola said makeup best. Francois said make this makeup. It's not like haircut. You did wrong. And oh my god i you have to wear a for month. Not right right right right. Mak- go maury is. Just don't get you just take it off by giving try. It should be done right right. It should be an love it. So that's what i'm saying. You know whatever make you feel better but he try sometimes who stor. Who's yourself to go to get out that. The place that may be you can experience About you or something about new new you do you find that certain features are better for you. Know if you are doing potent makeup on the i and the lip is it. Is it better to have them. Just go for it and be like big features or again not really on the person person. Is this person some of them in love. Make a big really crazy makeup but that comes with a personality so make a love it or stem people buried plane and you know that and then just a little. I do the red lipstick like an hour. That's very beautiful but not be like. Oh yeah you know. So everybody's different. That's a gift to be able to show that someone can do that. Yeah i i love of of the nour's reds i love the lanna the most. Thanks good ed. I love all my problems all the time. It's true that nobody to your philosophy. No one ever when they complement me. If i'm wearing it. They never say you're that lipstick. They say the whole. And i say all i have on. Is this lipstick. That's it everything else and they use know gristle that means. I'll always think is always makeup. Doesn't come first. And then i think whatever as a makeup artist i do make up and this person and then i want people than you know people tell you on my yard you mortgages. Yeah it's not like your makeup looks gorgeous. I like people lay people realize oh my god. You look fabulous. Yes yeah yes now. And then Oh there's another rich. Look that is my. I mean dream. I mean that. That was the look that i would try to replicate on myself morning noon and night. So how did you do that. I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna do your makeup on my god. I would lay down down in die. He loves a long time ago. And then i don't know but of course you do that. Is you know matt skin. And then i think i use in a black. It's called black. Moon is a pencil. I pencil and then i i did inside outside and blended and then i usually use brown or any kind of you know like a little pencil and then go around here them see. That's the thing why they had. That's what makes it. I love using a pencil like oil and then you blend it read blending blended really well so you don't see the line and then use i said all over it. Okay and then so it kind of pop the collar run. He always says a lot of mixing something else. Do not like only one color and then go back and forth and then this is obviously this is black and this is maybe tokyo can't read and it doesn't move when you use the pencil on the lid to make those creases exiting and other things is it's always use Burst foundation and they use some loose powder can set. The makeup said the foundation and cone. Sealer very well. That's the thing people are afraid of us. Loose powder is oba geeky or do very well. He doesn't get kiki right right right. It's working because it gets absorbed by the conceal her use a pencil okay and blended and then use is shadow over usually when i do even my makeup when i do it i go out all night or swimming nothing. Nothing happens. whatever you've gone clubs and sweat like all and eddie go after like you're gonna fall and a swim is my make. Oh i love that that look. That look is so extraordinary. I it to me. It says nineties but like also it's timeless because it's just always the nineties so it's always nine the nine. Let's talk about x. rape. And how that book i mean i remember. I couldn't afford it. You know and i always looked at it everywhere. I went where i would go to his store. And on bleeker and look at it how the concept of x ray come about you see that was burstein was right after he So is company. She saito right so he on had freedom litigant. She really wanted to be for him as photographer because he loved start doing photography after he started shooting his own campaign so on he said i'm going do a book. It's a portrait of different. All different guys. Are anybody interesting people or his friends or who's ever was very long project. I don't remember years. Oh like a nine eight or nine. Years owns a long time and he went to london. Of course lots of new york. La remember was weird standing in la for month to shoot know different people. We end to paris london. You know the everywhere we went and and that was a time. He shot eight by ten. You know the avenues like vs as the what. He called the Eight by ten and then know on the computer or anything you know. It was real stuff So donaldson very expensive book really expensive. I remember that he did it. He's own and That was his first book. And then our said well. We're going to do the makeup macbook and so he did to make up your mind and besides that he He owns he has island in bora bora hit goes on. He has a camera and he starts shooting landscape so he has iskoe fairyland fair fairly land. he's a tiny book as well. I've seen it. I've seen it in the store. Yeah yes a personal you know. It's sure that took a very long time to for and took a little plane and and then we go to Marquees and is very non of that everywhere we went on and then we bought like all this. And now i. I bet you're like only you friends blah. Yeah so we did. And then on what else. And then he working. He just finished the the new on. It's like an x ray but it's gonna call persona hopefully coming out. You know pushing like a little bit longer but it's of course next year so hopefully that's amazing amazing book. I'm so august. I always said to him. you know. This is amazing. That a grown up france-soir photographer right me. It's all actress an actor musician. an audience. it's very very beautiful. How does he deal with that. Duality of photography and makeup. It just lends itself to each other for. He always says to me. It's it's true. It's not separated and he al- always time like he worked with the best of best like non adele. 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The Four Wards Podcast - Episode 304: I Can't Get No Satisf-Akshan

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The Four Wards Podcast - Episode 304: I Can't Get No Satisf-Akshan

"Welcome to the four wards podcast. Hey what's up. It's eric bra voice of raven jerks and fell 'cause and you're listening to the four wards. Podcast here to help you move forward and leave. Took hello and welcome to episode. Three hundred and four of the four wards podcast. I'm your host as usual objects omen. And i've got with me to other wards to help you move forward league of legends. I've got crushed you. That's right we have more words than your local games. I mean i think that's always true. Even when we do two men shows. I make that joke a lot so yeah we also got bomo. I am so close to platinum. I can taste it. Gold one fifty one l. p. with a sixty five percents may right now. I am so close. I'm so jealous. I dropped like around. The lines of eighty. In the last few days rip happened skies. We are the four awards. Podcast head on over to trinity force network dot com. 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It's all spelled out. Four wards at trinity force. Podcast dot com. We always need more questions with that. Let's get into our main topic for tonight. We promise this a couple of weeks ago guys some of us have actually played action and can now tell you what the hell is the deal with this weird marksman assassin reviving champion thing. But i'm not one of them psalm. Let these guys take it away. Let's start let's explain. What does action actually do. Because i just kind of summarized it in a way. That is very confusing. I can run down through his abilities. So like every champion released recently. He has a novel so his passive is when he auto attacks. If you don't input another command he will double tap. He will attack twice in rapid succession. The second doing less damage. If you enter a movement command after the first attack before he does the double tap he will cancel that second attack and gain a bit of move speed instead. There's a few things this move speed scales with. I think it's tax feed. I'd have to look it up. Exactly it's tax expedia. Yeah i remember there being something like if you hit the cap or lethal tempo. Take you we'll let you move faster. Which is interesting to learn their lesson from gin. And that's his passes so every time you auto you have to make a decision whether you want to autos or you wanna move faster. Also there's with his passive. is that three hit. Oh yes with his abilities or autos and also his subsequent second also proud as well and it does extra magic damage to a target a vein w or physical it does magic damage bonus magic damage and if it's a champion he also gets a shield so he's there's a lot in passive to just think about when you're playing. Yeah it's it's closest to being like nour's hyper passive only incentive move. Speedy gets a shield. If it's a champion here with it and it's a small amount of extra damage. It's not very much. His cue is revenging. I remember the name of this ability. Because it's sui he's also boomerang boomerang i. It has less raises boomerang. Does less damage the trick to it is the fact that if it hits an enemy it extended range. It's like serafino but only enemies. What this means is that you can throw it at a million coming down the lane when they're coming to reinforce and it'll hit all of them. Basically it'll just keep extending hit. The entire entire mini wave coming in which is nice. It doesn't do very much damage. It does apply his passive for this tax. I think it only applies one stack per throw if remember correctly. Like nour's boom right. That makes sense enemies. Can it hit on the way back as well as on the way out and hit on the way back. But i don't know if it applies his pass it on the way back. Okay 'cause i know nour's boomerang straight up won't hit back on the way out. Can i hit both going in and going i. I know it'll hit Like in august one or the other. I know it's both will. Were i think it does not hits each target. Once per throw total it says enemies can only be hit once per pass. So i assume it can be hit. Their liaisons like it works. More like sievers. Boomerang were both directions. Have seven hit hit tallies and if you hit a champion y'all get bonus movement speed so another thing to help move around. 'cause that's something i was gonna get into later but i feel like he's very slow at the champion his base movements be just feels really slow but yet it's something that maybe is inherently in his kid. You have to hit your abilities and passes in order to get moving speed to kite around and play around him like that and that's pretty much is q. His w is the other novel pretty much. This is what everyone thought was super opie with the revived passive. So essentially the pass on his. W is you pretty much market champion. That's recently taken down in enemy And if you get a take down on the quote unquote scandal scoundrel who is marked. Then sean gets an extra hundred gold and then all allies who were killed by the enemy are revived after one second and so i think this was kind of the big talking point around him is. How do you balance champion. That is able to revive her teammates after getting wiping fight. Turns out. Aegis make really week from the start. But that's that's related later on the show and his active for his w is what gives them camouflage so the camouflage is a little unique in that it can't be permanent if you're around terrain or in a bush so you will not come out of camouflage if you're hugging a wall or just sitting in a bush waiting on the other downside to his camouflages it has a lot larger site range compared to other camouflages champions i believe so you can spot them from further away compared to other champions and he does gain a slight movement speed boost and slight manner region to when he's in his camouflage as well ev important question as someone who has not played this champion. His stealth is in infinite near terrain or inside. Brush but juice seconds out of that situation if you leave edge of terrain and then enter another edge of terrain. Does it reset the two seconds or does it. Just use an assumed. X. percentage of your two seconds. And that's how much is left it. It resets okay because of this major can be effectively invisible all the way across the matt. Okay when you play them because it makes a huge difference. In how much you can roam wallet visible. Yeah it basically means that. Normal wards won't see ox oncoming but people will his his. The stealth radius is very large. Like the reveal brett latest. According to this it is eight. Hundred is the detection radius which is outside of almost every champion in the games auto attack even augmented auto attacks. Yeah it's so large it's almost it's almost your site range like champion. You're almost being revealed by them. It is slightly larger than eight turrets range. While seven hundred seventy. I believe yeah. Very large radius. Reveal the camouflage. So it's mostly for dodging wards and also for the second part of that camouflage where he gets bonus movement speed and mana regeneration while he's traveling towards a scoundrel similar like rang gars ultimate where you can kind of mark an enemy where you were enemies mark the closest one to you and you can kind of follow their trail but yet it works with whoever had the the tables recently i it's closer like w where it gives him trails and just to every sandra l- this the thing about the scoundrel thing by the way because it cares who they killed so if one person gets a quadra and kill that person you revive your team but if everyone on the enemy team kills one of your allies than you kill any of them you revive one person and then wipes the rest of the scoundrels off which is unfortunate. So what is this This hook shot thing. He has next ability right. His e is heroic swing and it is his hook shot. It is like a lot of other things in him. It's complicated so you have three casts on this. The first one fires the grapple. It's as if camille fires are grapple. It hits terrain only nothing. But is it like a meal where she shoots to the terrain. I instead it. Just he sits there holding the grapple Kassian or as far as i can tell inputting movement command causes him to start swinging. In whichever direction your mouse cursor is going towards he will. He's spins in a circle around wherever his grapple hit her as a set distance from from where he hit based on how far away he was when he hit it so close to the terrain. He'll swing around it in a short path. If if you're really far away he'll sit around a long path if you hit any terrain or champion the swing ends. If you're near any enemies he will start firing at them. Wall swinging that applies on hit effects. If you immobilize him. He also stops his swing. If you cast it again he will jump towards your cursor and fire one last shot at the nearest enemy. The shots wall. He swinging are lower damage. Those last shot is normal damage and the important part of this. Is that scoring take downs. Oh killer assist resets this cool down jump so he could do it again. The other fun part of this is that if you do it at the right distance from turt- or inhibitor. You can keep swinging definitely but it's very hard to do that. And i think the the one that kind of makes him a little confusing to play as you. I feel like a lot of players. Wanna go in with the swing. And i feel like you should be saving her swing to kite back at a fights not necessarily using it to go in and that that was my big issue on playing him I was in the mentality. O he does a lot of damage with a swing is should latch onto a wall into swings anatomy. But he's eighty carry at the end of the day. So you just get one shot after you just swing into the opponent from from the little. I played in in watched him play. The swing is like if you can one v one the person you're trying to swing towards go for it if you're do not swing into team fights. It's really very similar to john. John p don't jump into the middle of five people you just you jump on one person and murder them. That's very similar to how auction plays with his grappling hook. Where he can. John swing into one person murder. The crap out of them but swinging into a team is a recipe for vassar. One interesting consequence of the fact that terrain and champions interrupt your movement is at this skill is essentially useless in the jungle like all. Those pads are so narrow. You're going to hit hit a wall wherever wherever you swing But he likes me. Infernal rift jungle the affirmative jungle. You can swing around like the back of the bus hits that works requires some good positioning but yeah the pageants so narrow. Though that you're probably going to one of the walls and mount rift jungle is just right out. Oh god no this. This is i think he. He lives in the mid lane primarily because that has the most open space for him to do his swinging and also the ability to roam anywhere on that because his w stealth is The other part of why. He's primarily amid later in my opinion. Yeah the the hardest part of his us. And then you have ultimate which is frustrating So his ultimate is you activate channels for two seconds Lucky onto whatever champ target champion you selected and he kind of charges up in stores a bunch of shots and then at the end of the channel time he releases all the shots at the champion you can re recast it early to fire the sauce. You have already charged up. It's similar to like caitlin all in that things can block it the differences that kate little. We're only champions block it literally. Everything blocks this like minions block. It hurts block it so it's very difficult to actually use to finish someone off. You can do it. I've seen it done. I've seen it way more often. Where just a minion wave comes in or the guy just steps behind the tower so this could however couldn't be used to like get plates when you can't safely walk up to the turret theoretically theoretically yes you put the terp between you and the If they're full health they'll probably just face tank 'cause it doesn't only more damage based on missing help so if they're full. Hp you could you could try to position yourself. And i think the coup interaction is you can cast your Karuk swing your e while charging and firing so you can reposition yourself pretty easily But that does take a lot of time. I've seen a couple times. Looks pretty cool. I try it and just it doesn't. I can't do it it yeah i i haven't played enough and it just it just looks terrible. Yeah i'm inviting every game on playing on him so it's it's pretty bad you can charge it while swinging. The downside is the fact that you if you're charging it. You're not firing while swing a disabled that part of the swing. It does it does. It is my opinion that does very little damage. But that's because it had most of its damage is based around the missing health. Like it's okay. That's a i'm i'm looking at the wicky. Here is so the rank one. We're doing twenty plus ten percent ad but then depending on their missing health. You can do up to quadruple. Damage her bullet. Any fire rank one. Yeah right so that means if you get the full five bo bullets whopping one hundred and fifty damage if they're full health but if they're a quarter healthier looking at like three hundred fifty damage four hundred damage five hundred damage like much much much higher. Yeah the weird thing about the scaling for the missing health damage is at. It goes from zero to three hundred percent extra damage from zero to one hundred percent missing health. Which is weird most of the others like this cap. At some point like guarantee. I remember either a third or twenty five percent. Health is where the maximum benefit happens. Yeah but this one. It just goes all the way to one hundred. Sent for some reason. I'll to be one hundred circumstance. Where i guess in the rare circumstance where there's a mouse fight got away from a fight with two. Hp channel this matters a shield comes back up or for killington mirror. I guess i don't know why this is all the way to one hundred percent missing health realistically you get you get triple damage when they have thirty thirty percents remaining. That's probably when you wanted to hitting them with us but yeah it does very little damage at at full health so this is this is definitely a finishing move not a not not a fight starter. Yeah definitely for cleanups. And i think based on his kit and what we played. I think we all agree that he's amid later. I don't really think he fits too much else. I for eighty carries. He just doesn't have the range to compete with. What's down there right now Because i think even playing him in mid there are times where it just feels like in general he has a very low attack range. And so it's five hundred. I attack range. Which is yeah. It's like higher than vein and that's about it. yeah i feel. I don't even think it's higher than vein. It's comparable vein is five fifty. God actions attack range is comparable to lucien silver cognate without his w team. Oh s- amira Listen there it is. Okay yea i would say like if lucien is. Eighty auction has a chance to be meta eighty because they have similar styles but otherwise from layton heat the times i've seen him perform best has been as an assassin out of the mid lane. The problem is that he loses lane to traditional assassins. Like really badly. So he's a very unusual pickup right. Now he strikes me as a less lane. Dominant more roaming version of lucien in the mid lane. Kind of like how like zad is very dominant and talent is very rome heavy. Yeah and they're both just eighty assassins that are fight in the mid to late game. Yeah so louis. Lucien actions seem more like two sides of the same type of coin as amid lehner right. Yeah i buy that the most interesting part of his kit. That i that i found has been the His passive where if you are starting tasting went down. They basically can't escape you kind of like with ash because you fire one shot and keep going and your bath. Which is you've probably moving faster than they are now It's if he is going to kill. You is very hard to escape in that movement. Speed buff by the way is crazy looking at this. Just the base value on it is thirty. Five to seventy five move speed. Which boots to are worth. I think forty five months So it's almost a boots to at level one. Just for cancelling your second shot but the second shot comes out pretty quickly so you have to have pretty high micro in order to kite or kind of keep up especially with higher tax speed. It gets it gets pretty hard. It feels a little clunky at first but it also says the scales linearly with your percent increased attack speed so it doubled if you have one hundred percent increase tech speed. Yes which is also crazy That actually reminds me. there's actually This is why i remember. There was high attack speed because at a certain point. He has a lower tax speed. Captain everybody else does. Every else's cap the two point five his is lower. I don't remember exactly how much but it's it's lower so that you can actually cancel the thing Kind of similar to callisto except doesn't have the special thing but auction does where you have to make the conscious decision to cancel or not so. His attack speed is cap lower than most others made up slightly by the fact that he fires a second shot. If you stand still but not really talking about like a speed and capping attack speed. I think i've tried a couple builds. An i think i don't like building on him. I like on builds. So i'll go something like press the attack with crack. 'cause it goes pretty well with his passive and the double auto and all of his e and q. And if you get that alongside like rage blade wit's end thugs that's been a pretty good way to play him. I've tried like Cracking into collector into e and it just even though he scales really well with credit. I think in terms of gps invites. I don't think it's that great. He he plays more like a like a actress. Donna honestly where he can jump in and kill one person. That's all he really wants to do question. What about lethal builds. I haven't seen any really floating around. I think i've seen an eclipse build. Which is fine. That's where my brain goes when you tell me that he doesn't really scale that well with credit or like it doesn't feel good to build on him. I'm like well then. Wouldn't you just go like eclipse and get more. Like i don't know kind of brewery items after your first couple of items like most assassins do frankly as far as i can tell getting the attack. Speed up for the passive movement. Speed is really useful so i mean cracker slayer what's end razor blades for the most part Apparently also can do play to the ruined king. collectors good on him. I would want to experiment with like black lever and see how that works too but because his shot play on hit affects and get like lever. That's that's pretty good make sense. He does do very so he does very poorly into any kind of see. see her However with the Grappling huggies kind of mobile. Think of like how hard like. A rally is the hypocrisy. It's not that bad. But he's moving around quite a bit when he first joined the fight and if he gets to kill anybody he's definitely the best ones. I've seen play him almost more like switch or evelyn where they don't start fights but they'll join the fight after everybody's blown their cc and they'll pick off people around the edges And the worst one to play him like like caitlin just firing. And that's Don't don't do that. It doesn't work. He doesn't doesn't work. It's like playing like an assassin just popping up trying to kill someone and you kind of lose steam and just died. Yeah so clean up assassin. Build some sort of like on hit marksman as opposed to building straight credit or building straightly valley. Yeah i think so They did give him a couple of buffs recently for his cue. I think the popular thing was to max e but now i think maximum maximum. I have pretty similar win rates. So we'll just have to see what happens but yet in terms of maxine q- it's think it's manning for the wave clear because at level five eighty to ninety percent of your eighty until the wave in so that's pretty helpful and you can pretty much one shot The backline by one key on your second auto. Just kind of -lution Will focus down the next low pressure. Low health unit can kill two units with one auto essentially gotcha. Yeah and one of the best. The best way to use that i found has been to like use your stealth and like go towards the different aside lane and then don't actually go that way. Just sit out of vision. Backup clear the wave and do it again. So here's my other question for you for we move onto. Final thoughts on the sky shield. Oh he's a short range character he wants to get into fights. Champions are is range where she'll bow may not be optimal but can be viable depending on circumstance. I remember seeing people trying shield at the beginning and it basically came out that it's her nursing his damage too much and it's already he doesn't have that good of a damaging anyway so cracking slayers been the one that takes over gale-force for similar reason actually where he has the assassination potential gale-force. It's it's amped up. But he has to do it in very very quickly or doesn't work at all gotcha. Final thoughts should people pick up action and have a have petur. I mean he's he's probably going to get a little bit more. I think because his win rate is still pretty awful. Learn them now It's a lot to learn but just getting like twenty twenty five games and you'll start understanding his kit but yeah i definitely think he does have a higher skill floor compared to a lotta champions but yeah just based on what i'm saying right now it does take a wild east to him. I feel like you can be really good with them. If you practice a lot but it just seems like in general. He feels kind of weak right now whether it be Not enough people actually have figured out how to use them correctly or if his numbers are still a little low. Yeah i would say like pick him mid lane. Don't pick him blind at. I think that this meta specifically isn't very good for him because he's very bad against traditional assassins and he's very bad against like control which those are both currently meadow right now so if he's bad against both of those classes. I don't see how he finds a place in the meadow without just being overpowered. 'cause that's ninety percent of all mcgann champions. That's why need above. Honestly i feel like control. Mejia's aren't to bed that i played against. I definitely feel the assassin like level. One you're good but after level wind near zoned off loves to because they'll just pop you because you hear an abc at that point But for control majors. I it's pretty even back and forth. And if they waste abilities clearing the wave then you can try to run him down a little bit and get some hp that way. But i think assassins are almost unplayable and just not fun at all. Yeah he's he's like strongly five of the midland champions right now and that's not a good place to be in Like he's good against casson as so his literally every game except quirky. Yeah exactly. He's getting a solution. Apparently which is kinda surprising solutions. abc so shore lucian is bad against champions. That can safely stay outside of lucians range which is basically any range champion. He has to the control majors. He bullies them by threatening to dash to dodge their attempt to see see him and then they can't escape like that's how lucian wins control. H matchups the malay. It looks a whole lot to me like he just loses lane against practically every mid lehner say you should be wiping the wave and threatening rooms as much as possible like more so than talent even does sound still does kinda fit with my comparison of Zeddine tilin versus lucien and action. Talent might cheese kill level too. But he's not elaine dominant champion. His goal is to shove in rome. Okay that's good discussion about action. Hopefully that helps listeners. Who wanted to know about this. New weird assassin marksman thing that he is. We actually have trickett tips this week. I'm ring i one because i went and tested this after seeing this built in a pro game which is ever frost on cassiopeia now ever frost is generically. Good on champions. Have cc because it lets you. Extend your cc's for example. Hitler sandra emma frost. Afterwards you get an extra second or so of route cassiopeia special case if you take ever frost on cassiopeia and land the ever frossard on someone. They can't turn around for the duration of that route. Which means you can ult- and they can't avoid the stun which means for cassiopeia ever frost his away to fish for oats without having to expend your long cooldown you can expand a short item cooldown instead which is really strong on her You still gonna laundries cassiopeia it's just more raw damage. But i think in any game where you don't need to be cutting through tanks cassiopeia players should be considering ever frost for this interaction and i was going to try to play her This week just have another time. But i really want driver frost now after finding that i all right in general i made my wife jumping i as soon as it lies to all routes but i made my life jump into a custom game with me. Get to the point where i could build ever frost and then try to run away. Try to turn around after. I hit her with the route and she could not turn and it makes sense like you're held in place. You shouldn't be able to move but i didn't know if turning counted as movement or not since you should be able to turn place you would think and you're not moving so but now the game doesn't give a shit you're facing whatever direction you were facing until the route ends. Yeah i guess the next trinket tip. This is how i been gaining my l. p. and i'm telling all you listeners out there so as amid lehner you play. Ap champions or any ap champion that fact and you start a skirmish and you die in a team fight immediately by dark seal because if your team cleans up you get all the stacks dark seal and if your team gets wiped get any stacks just under the purchase and you'll it's like it's like he just died normally so that's a fun. Trinket tapie combined dark ceiling. I'll stack for you as soon as you die. And if your team is able to finish the team fight so there you go guys. Climb l. p. climb the ladder gain a bunch of l. p. And i will probably see you guys not in platinum if you guys exporting this like i am so good luck important to note if your champion has any way to deal damage after you have died such as damage over time. Let cassiopeia team. Oh have or like heimer dinner turrets or mushrooms or shaneco boxes any of those if those deal damage after you buy dark seal you cannot undo it. Be a little bit more cautious. If you're champion is capable of dealing damage while dead cattle russillo's asandra zombies yes. Liz is another one. That's the same thing. 'cause you can absolutely kill someone get killed in. Your zombie. deals damage three seconds later. All right with that. Let's over to a word from our sponsors. We'll hit some listener questions. Thank you to our sponsor moxie and zen head on over to moxie and zan dot com slash t force and use the code t force for percents off your order of breathable comfy underwear support for the four wards is brought to you by landscapes. 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I get an s almost every time i play him but struggle with everyone else. Warwick just doesn't die which saves my ass a ton so my question is what champions or builds would you recommend that. Come close to work either. You play style or survivability. I've played some cain which i enjoy. But he's attend squishy. I've played not turn by always end up over committing and getting myself. I've played new but get frustrated. That i can't do as much damage in fights. What do you think about olafur trendall. Many thanks for taking the time to read keep putting out awesome content ramos as long as there's like at least two preferably three eight champions on the enemy team ramps if majority of damage coming its physical. He will be very difficult to kill and also because there's usually a marksman in the game you'll at least do lots of damage to them. When you taunt them you may not do much damage to anyone else I honestly i think the olaf trundle that you've highlighted voters are great choices for this. They're straightforward ir run at you. Fight you champions much like warwick. They both can get very durable So they fit that kind of vibe and they do damage. That's the other thing is those champions will kill people. If i actually my recommendation honestly though would be in jail i'll say to. Yeah so the reason. I say that zinn jail. He's the same work in that he. His kit has tons of goddamn healing. He's similar to work in that. He is a very straightforward. Simple i- i- attack things type champion. Where's joe differs. Is you actually get a real dash. That's even longer range. If you manage to hit your w and instead of alton dec- enemies you all to block enemies who are outside your circle from being able to hurt you. He's easy to pick up like zinn. Jiao is you play twice in you understand how to plays in jail. Everything after that is just learning the jungle itself. Not really your champions. So much and he does damage. That dude kills because lots of damage at czars there exists a niche built for him where he goes on a shield though i for as mythic instead of the gore drinker And that built is notoriously difficult to kill. You can go shield bo. You can go go drink or you can go eclipse. You can go divine sunder literally. Any of those are valid. Yeah the other option is zach. Zach also doesn't die as a very good way of starting fights like warragul does and if you build them meaning can develop put out a good about damage to demonic embraces. Not troll on zach. Go it's very frustrating for an enemy. Not when there's a blob jumped into their faces and his dotting them all yeah Joined the discord and and find the better stand jungle and ask him about jungle builds. Yes good ole svendsen ace former host of this show all right. Let's get to our next question. This one comes from mundi. It's been a while mundi mundi rights. Hey guys i figured. I'd add to your question pool. What happens if an enemy not ultra eighty carey and you eat your eighty carries. Tom catch does not get canceled. Or does it hit you instead. Hits you and said. I believe it hits you instead. You'll make cancelled if it's like a stasis effect zone or bar old But if you don't want the cool on the burri set on the all you wanna make sure he's finished with its animation and the riptide is coming to your eighty carry or whoever and they can zone use that but i think if you eat them as. Tk you're technically still on the map. According to the coding. And so it'll just come to you instead you'll get popped up. It's the it's the same rules as if you like vlad pool or troll poll on his. You still exist on the map at a location. You just won't get hit by the impact next question. Is i keep hearing castres talking about. How alistair is good until yona due to a favourable interaction is because leo can't queue alley during ali's w q or is it some other reason so as someone that played a lot of with a lot of leona support the reason why allaster counters. Leona is because leona has a travel time on her go in and alison has two choices. He can either hit. W on her bacher back away and engage over. Or if you have better timing you can cue as she comes in. Go to the side of her. And then w. two knocker into your current also you have the option of waiting for her to complete the zenith blade and then w in her deter it. Yeah and then queuing her when she tries to flash out of the turret. Yeah because you're still there in the way like it's alastair's kit is just a giant middle finger to what leona does because of how his w and q can both control where she is in fights better than she can control. It is because allison is one of the better Supports disengaging single target people coming in and all the owner does single person going in and like the best. The best thing you can do is leona. Against alastair is too old him but doing like a naked like that just trying to hold somebody just to get this done without them being. Cc'd is difficult and eleazar could still just throw middle finger and pop his own and now he's not stunned anymore so all right next question is can you explain the difference between various q. w. e. max and various q. E w max does. Ap goku w yeah. I don't i don't know this one. So the the w the passive damage on on stacks of polite. Yeah it gives you extra damage on auto attacks that gives you a big pop when you re sacks And it gives you a big amp on your queue if you activate it. Basically it's yeah. Ap virus's max second because that's where all of their damages. I did try. Bears mid built. Where i max w. I didn't feel too bad. I went like halo blades. Just get a bunch of autos off because it applies. I think percents x. hp but yeah the plight stacks per auto essentially if you're wondering how the blight works and then your ultimate will automatically give three stacks to corporate was hit by ultimate. Usually a combo is all. There's three stacks there. You pop them within a certain ability and then you oughta them three times the stacks back on user other ability to pop a the blight stacks swell and actually this was literally his next question. Which is how does it work. So yeah basically auto someone three times and hit them with an ability each stack from those autos ads damage. That's why you want to get all three. And then popica- has your abilities have longish cooldown. As far as more of the specific combo is a alt- and then throw his e for zone and that slows them so you can actually get the three autos in then. Throw the key along with the w active and that it's based on missing health. So that'll do a lot of damage like specific for is the best order for that. It is very very burr. St if you can actually do all of that. And that's why you see phthalate vera so popular not just for polk but also to burst people out yet good viruses to even their auto tax stacked the blight. Because when you pop the light it also refunds cooled on your other abilities as well and so if you see paris's just spamming ability because they're really good at weaving in the autos when they're playing against you. All right next question is wendy go bt on sammy assume that scenario when you are ahead when you're behind when the enemy buys grievous wounds or some other reason when you're behind if here if you're getting destroyed lane get the blood they're also early grievous wounds or as fourth item. It's valid regardless. I think yes. That's true i of this question as wendy goes blood or second because four vitamins always always find You're basically going bloodthirsty guardian angel and you make a decision between those two depending on the game state you also dealer dominic but yes Most games these days. It's basically just blood sir. Because i want to not die okay. How important is lane prior in the bought matchup. Should you pick for pro. So your support can roam like in pro play Violin prior is most important forgetting dragons in solo. Ko not so much for roaming because supports usually. Don't understand to rome or at least how do it well. Yeah you'll you'll sell. You'll see all kinds of arts and when it comes to rome and you'll see the sports that don't all don't don't understand how roaming works which is i think the majority of them then you'll see the supports that no roaming is like they just learned it and they keep doing it all the time like people who just found out what split pushing is just do it no matter what and that also not to drake's one two against the enemy support So the priority is really important. And then there's like ten or five percent that actually know how to rome well and get stuff done with her. What their rooms tip for roaming support do it. While you're eighty isn't in lane if abc is lane against the other adc and support. You're probably doing something wrong. Probably not definitely but probably there are exceptions but as a general rule. Yeah so bali. Entirety is most important for the dragon. But whether you're juggler prioritizes rag or not is also a coin flip in solo cues so not. I wouldn't pick for bottling prior. If if this if that's pacific. What your app asking. Here i would. I would not considered a factor in silica in. Fives zero clash. Yes you can. Absolutely i would honestly for solo q. Pick a comfort champion that is going to get blasted gap. That's by far the most important thing because your job as basically every eighty carey in the game is just to catch. Cs not die. Exactly your job is to get to three items so that you can be the late game from enough gold thirty enemy team so speaking of farming golden what you should do with it. When do you actually. By ma on an eight kerry find myself gravitating guardian angel instead. Because the magic resistance usually doesn't mean i don't get one shot anymore. I have not bought ma in a very long time. Anyone who buys ma. Here's my thing if you are against five and you are an eighty kerry who does not need shield bow then mazda valid purchase because she'll stack correct in almost any normal circumstance. If you need the shield defensive for ma you're better off buildings shield boas your mythic to begin with it. So the ma such a weird niche item right now especially for abc's. The only the only time i've built law has been like as a fifth or six item on israel. And it's even then it's not very common like you need to want the ability haste the mall if you don't want to you would rather build a wit's end honestly like within shield. Bo is way better in almost every circumstance for eighty carry. So that's why. I the mall or frankly material scimitar for get some. Mr item since most eighty carries do want that step. I could also say building on server for example but that's also a niece case again. I it's the only place you've ever really see. My is against heavy heavy magic damage teams as a lethally or otherwise non crit eighty carry and most of them are still going to go with his. Most of them are on hit then. Now that i'm thinking about it. I wouldn't build maher because i'd actually just rather build the edge of night instead. Yeah all right when. And where do you blew. Trinket as eighty kerry. This is the topic on its own. The the give us the sixty second verse click version. Is you blew trinket for permanent visioned. You actually for two reasons. Affirmative vision like on your side of the jungle. Or if you have control the enemy john will then you can more than there or to leapfrog vision so warning in a space that you don't have already is dangerous and wording past. That is really dangerous. We can use a blue trinket instead. Just bypass all that danger. So that's the most common use for blanket like blooming the barren when you're on the other side of the map kind of thing like just to make sure they're not doing it but yeah it's it's general warning strategy of the lineup and the blue trinket skips the lines. So if you don't have time to get a good crash into the enemy tower before you recall. Should you freeze the wave. If so wear another big topic question. There's if you cannot crash into the tower. I'm assuming this question is as at eighty carry just to limit the scope of it a bit honestly kinda applies to all lanes if you can't get a good crash on the tower and you need to recall the best state for the wave to be in is slow pushing towards you if you can't get a crash on the tower you wanna leave in a phrase for the enemy but that's like your only choice in this matter if you can't crash in if if you're even in the lane then creating a big slow push against the enemy could be beneficial because they'll wanna freeze it. But then they take a bunch of minion agra china hold it and by the time you're back to lane after you purchase. They could be half. Hp a third of the third of their hp and. They're they've been chunk that just pray channel the menu way when you can just pull them down from there try to all in them at that point and then you can get that way to crash the end. That's why that's always a crash. It so tough like this question is very tough question to answer. Because there's a bunch of circumstance many variables. Yeah the reason. I want to get a slow push. Very a very small slow push going either towards them or towards me is because they don't take me long enough to get back down here if they have slow push coming towards me that i have a wave and a half to two waves to farm as i get there. It means i'll be pinned on my chart for a little bit but that's better than losing that wave and a half to two waves to my way pushing into theirs and then phasing it so i am for either a reset or slight advantage on. Their side is what i am four. I can't crash all right next. Question is pretty simple lynch you go ever frost instead of ludens on champion that can use both well. Such as ari or vr. If the enemy compass really squishy our mainly go ludens but if you need to kite some fights than probably ever frost or get a more to pick potential. So i would also say that this is something that you do not have to decide in champion. Select because ever frosted ludens built out of a blasting wand and a loss chapter variations from there. So you can get a loss chapter in a blasting one and then the next time you shop decide okay is my job this game going to be two hundred two zero a squishy or is my job going to be to hold people in place in provide dps especially with ari where she can genuinely go either in. It's perfectly valid. In both cases vigo's as an example. I don't necessarily agree with ever. Frost mythic passive is worthless on him rush and he needs the penetration from ludens. Just because of the way our stacks. Apn is passive getting a little bit more from your item is way less. Valuable than other champions. Yeah but i do like holding in place for a really long time and they really easy to hit ws. It's not bad. I just think it's generally suboptimal What are some good counters to could counters to akali shroud such as cfo that reveals her in the shroud immediately comes to mind leblanc chain and karma chain and we're gonna alz all will reveal her in the trout so those are same idea. I don't know if other revealing abilities will still review her through the shroud. I don't play champions likely to be able to tell you if you have a lot of skill shots in your kit. Red trinket does wonders. If you don't have a lot of point click you can just hit them. Moscow shots with red trinket. Because you see whether going but yet side of that. I don't have their certain abilities. That could literally just blast out of the shroud. No matter where she isn't it used the red gets mixture. She's not on one edge. And you the other edge but viagra cage to like anything that hits an airway similar in size to the shroud is good. It's golly force her out of it so she has to reveal herself. Does a circle of the by cage. Is that smaller than the outer ring of Smaller if she's if she's at the edge she will not get stunned. She'll be outside of the cage. I think my favorite thing to do to khali. That's just popular. Shout is just old it. just she's in here again. You wanna make sure you either time at the moment she does it or make sure you have a red trinkets you can see where she actually is. Yeah i like this one. Because i'm the corky player of the group. Here on karki. Do you by lord. Don's avoid staffer antitank. No like if they are building enough. Mr that you need a void staff. Congratulations your team should win the game for you. Because you have an eighty carey. Lauradadams is just bad on him. Armor does literally nothing. So you're basically paying full price for just fifteen percent damage amp spill. The effort image item to begin with. And you're fine He let says damaged. He has a shred on his e. You're generally better off building just raw damage on him then trying to build something like avoid staffer. He actually doesn't have good. Ap ratio's like they're okay. They're not great and they do nothing on his autos and the whole point of the champion is to get big media magic damage auto attack credits and poke people out So yeah. I wouldn't either one. I'd let someone else bilby antitank stuff If you do need to go grievous wounds item however you want to go the mortal reminder Because the other ones proc on either physical damage which means you're limiting it to just your auto attacks in your e or the Which mortar reminder will pop on your autos anyway so who cares or they are a adams. Which again aren't great If you go the immune build also executioners apply on all your spells because you have a mirman. I think in general corky the only real. Api is like sort boots right. I don't think he really he. Ap pretty much always sort boots for flatbed. 'cause you don't really itemize other sources of pen and i mean if they really are that have young magic damage. Avoid staff is not bad. It's just unless they're literally like three meatballs. That are all stacking. Mr against your full magic damage team. You're gonna get more abroad. Damage overall out of spilling actual damage items instead of avoid staff. Along with their ma. He's actually alad ma user to be honest actually. He's he's he's one of the few right. When should you consider the different build paths for driven legality mythic and the collector full creek or cracking into attack speed full greater. She'll go into collector. Essence river full credit. I don't play than i haven abandoned. I'm going to say as i don't think any let's play driven but cracking andrea even is troll. Don't go cranky hannity down. You're either going eclipse or you're going. She'll go and then. I don't think i've seen any other ethics do well on him. I think i think pretty much better. I could see gale force. I'm not gonna hate on gale-force it's squishy especially and driven is a short-range brawler type eighty carey which is why you tend to want eclipse or shield. Oh yeah but yeah. I i would lean heavily towards one of those two as for which one is their whole team made of paper eclipses probably better is their whole team like a balanced team. You can make a case for either. Do they have three assassins. You should be going. She'll though the most common and i've seen has been an essence of a russian to shield collector. Yeah usually i'm seeing. Shield is kind of the the safe. Default eclipse is very snowball. Leon him yet. I saw things has to do with your back timings and what you can buy me back because you as driving. You just want raw. Ad leaning phase so at that point is whatever component at that time he can get. I think is the route you take. Well i mean again. We don't really play driven that much. So it's kinda hard to say. But just based on what i think about what he wants to do. Our last question from mundi is pretty straightforward. Why is full. Ap kaisa bad because they nerf the shit out of it. I mean that's really it. You don't get your cue evolve if you go. Fully p and q ratio gut-gutted a bunch of patches ago when they shifted everything so the q- scaled better with a d. and worse ap and the w scaled better with ap and worse with eighty. Especially that her. W is her worst ability. So focusing on isn't super great. The only thing that's also why you see fully. Ap in a. we're w is her suddenly her best ability as true. The only reason i can think of for going fully if they have four tanks on the enemy team because abe his her fully pete. Bill does shred better with passes. That's that's that's that's it. Even then i think you're better off going for crack slayer into nassar's type. Ap build and still getting your cue of all off of like a more reminders. Something later yeah. That's the thing though is like if you're against that much much tank q. Actually doesn't do that much damage so just four force the w the anyway you still want ruins and like i don't know i like yeah i can't imagine i can't imagine fully peak like right now like i just can't imagine a situation where he would do that all right. We're gonna do one more because it's not really a question but rather just a response to last week and crush appreciate it. This one comes from gitanas taj. Who has just finished listening to today's podcast. Thanks to the response to my question to answer. Crushes question yeah. 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Episode 4  Start Harnessing the Power of Niche Marketing

99 Best Marketing Ideas

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Episode 4 Start Harnessing the Power of Niche Marketing

"It takes an extraordinary team to embark on an extraordinary mission wealth vest presents the ninety nine best marketing ideas, a podcast dedicated to bringing financial advisers, the most cutting edge, marketing strategies. Listen in as your fellow advisors. Share their top ideas to help you conquer your marketing needs. Hello. And welcome to another ninety nine. Best ideas podcast this podcast. Major focus is to tell you what is working in real life real time right now as a financial services, professional, what marketing ideas are helping people all over the country to really build their practice, and especially the practice that they want and our guest today is Christopher Hinton. He's a financial adviser at Houston. I financial group and also the host of money matters radio and an international podcast. So Christopher welcome to the show. Absolutely. Thank you for inviting me on today. Matt I think people are going to be surprised if the direction that this is going to go because we have standard questions as everybody who listens to this knows and some people might think right out of the gate that the the idea that you're gonna share today is really the greatest marketing ideas the radio, but we're gonna we're gonna shift gears. On that a little bit. So why don't we start with a little bit of history and just tell our audience why you decided to become a financial advisor. Absolutely. So the the reason I became a financial adviser when I was in college, I studied philosophy and English. How did I end up in the financial services industry? Well, my mom was an an employee for a local hospital here. She were she worked for the hospital for several years. And when she retired. It turns out that she had invested through her for three be in a fix annuity. This was something that I didn't know a bunch about at the beginning. But as I started kind of working with her and learning about it. I I realized that this was not a good solution for everybody that was out there and fact most people there are many other options available for them in that that pointed me onto the path of when I originally wanted to be teacher. This was a way to help people reach their goals and also educate them about maybe. Some of the best options out there when it comes to their finances and preparing for retirement. Okay. Just so, you know, my undergraduate degree is in philosophy and communications. So, you know, you always wonder how people get to where they are. And and I'm right there with you. You know, a lot of people were Scoffing at my philosophy degree. But it teaches you how to think right. That was the greatest part of a philosophy degree. So with that experience. What makes your practice now unique and different? Well, my practice is unique. It is different. I specialize in working with people who are near retirement. So I do seminars, and I work with people who were fifty five and up who are part of the TRS teacher retirement system. R O R P optional retirement program. And so these are people that are right about to pull the trigger on turning off their paycheck in the past. When I first got started. I've been doing this for about eighteen years. I was trying to be a generalist and and be all things. To all people. It turns out as I focused on this niche things became easier, and I really got to specialize in these different schools colleges their retirement program and become familiar with it that made me a better resource and expert for the clients that I work with today. Now that is that is a nugget of gold there everybody. Now, you have been doing this for longtime. You started off as a generals like you said now, are you known is Christopher that guy or my guy or the guy that these educators in these this niche goes to yes. And that does not come from a place of ego. Sure that that comes from a place that if you need somebody to help you with your pension, and you are part of the the higher learning here in Texas. It's not going to be the Merrill guy. They're not going to sit down and talk about social security and Medicare with you. It's gonna be me. I I'm an analyst. Out of my referrals or coming from stuff that I don't necessarily get paid for. But eventually turn out to be some of my biggest accounts. It's magnificent. What are some of the marketing ideas that you used in the past before you moved into how you market now that worked well for you. Yeah. Absolutely. So the kind of the ladder that I that I climb to get here before I tore the ladder down was I am very involved locally in the Houston community when it comes to financial literacy among the leadership team of Houston money week. I still do that. I used to be part of an organization called the society for financial wariness was the president of the Houston midtown chapter. And I would go out, and I would do financial literacy seminars really all over Houston in the Gulf Coast region. I still do similar Nour's, but these are very specific now to the retirees and the companies and schools and universities that I'm working with. But that is how I kind of my bread and butter as I was building up the business was going out and. In free lunch and learns seminars to that nonprofit organization what marketing ideas, did you try that worked out terribly? And why okay, let's see a whale whenever we might be a strong word. But that's okay. Just at some sort of not success. I can tell you. Yeah. For sure when I first got I started out with American Express financial advisors, which is nowadays called Ameriprise back. Then there you I don't even think they can do this anymore. They used to do these fish bowls that you had put in restaurants, and you drop your business card in there. And so it technically, I guess it wasn't a cold. Call. How you probably didn't think you were going to get a call from dropping the card in there. If you if you didn't win a free lunch or something like that. When I first got started in the business that dad is the very first way that I did I started working on it there. It does it does work. But if you talk about maximum efficiency that is not the patch. Now today, you do radio, which we talked a little bit about before you started recording. Do you consider radio as your best or podcasting as your best marketing idea? So the podcasting and the live radio show here in Houston are a great compliment to what I'm doing. It has helped me really tweak my local network and kinda up swim upstream with the the different contacts that I have here locally in Houston. But I would say it's more of a social proof and credibility thing than it is as if you think you're just going to do a radio show. And then all of a sudden the phones going to start ringing. We're gonna wanna make appointments that's not what the radio in the podcast is about it makes all of the doubts go away when I sit in front of a client or a prospect because I can point to. Here's a video of me talking with the mayor about financial literacy we in here. I am with. Lawrence colic off talking about social security. And so it kind of takes a lot of the road blocks away from it. But I I would say it's more of a compliment than than the the idea that you're just going to throw money at radio, and that it's going to go automatically convert into appointments that it's a longer strategy than that. Now, Christopher do you. I know advisors who pay tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars for radio. Are you paying for the money matters radio show? Oh, absolutely. Not. All right. And so so when I say that I'm of the belief that organic marketing authentic organic marketing is much more valuable than head a company. Call and ask, you know, we're going to put you in this nationally, syndicated magazine, and we're going to charge you ten thousand dollars. You're this spot. And I scoffed at that because a my clients are mostly here in Houston. So the idea of paying for national exposure is very expensive it probably wouldn't accomplish what I'm doing here locally for free and be it's more valuable for me to be plugged into my market, which is here in Houston than it is for me to have national exposure. I guess if radio, and podcasting isn't your number one marketing idea, how are you growing your business today? Yeah. Absolutely. So my main marketing channel is through similar ours and referral. I'm at a point where I am getting referrals from my existing clients. But I do a seminar once a month, and I go back and forth between teacher retirement system and optional retirement program the these pension decisions what I've added to my seminars are social security, which has huge with the people that I'm sitting in front of and Medicare decisions, which is actually a very big concern for retirees, but it's often kind of the stepchild for financial visors because unless you're selling supplemental Medicare, it's it can get complicated, and they don't wanna really dive into it fair. Yeah. How do you get people to these seminars? Yeah. So I actually use Email marketing, I reach out to the to the different universities. I specifically target the age and how long they've been at the university. Some looking for people who have been there over ten years that means that they're vested in the pinch. And that they're fifty five and up. So they they are serious about can if they're thinking about retiring, it's an actual concern for for them that alone. When I went from just going out and doing general financial literacy toxic companies, and I dialed it down dialed in who do who am I who has money in motion. And who am I seeing that are the biggest accounts for me? And it was that age group when I dialed into that age group, I saw tremendous growth and jumping in the productivity at my practice. Let's talk about execution. How do you do this is it do you have systems in place? What are those systems? Look like, I mean, I'm assuming that by now you've done this enough times where it's almost like clockwork, but how many people do you have helping you do you have standard emails that you use help us with execution here. Yeah. Absolutely. So even though I am a solo premier in one aspect. I have family member. My wife and my nephew. I've had interns, and that sort of thing that have helped me in the practice. But when it comes down to systems, it is all system is amusing constant contact for my Email distribution, I have plug into a local library here for the talk. So when it comes to I think a lot of times when people are doing seminar marketing, they'll go dump a couple of thousand dollars on a steakhouse or something like that. I am doing Saturday mornings at the library. I'm providing would restaurant Chick-fil-A here. I'm giving little bit chicken biscuits and coffee at at ten AM in the morning on a Saturday. So you got to think about that. I'm qualifying them. And their qualifying me, if they're gonna show up on a Saturday morning for not a steak dinner. They really are hungry for the information that I that I'm providing and that that is one of the key elements, and I I have large groups of people who will come just for that information. But it is systemized. So. After they attend the seminar. It's not a sales event, we talk about their the paperwork for TRS. We talk about kind of social security Medicare, they do an a valuation sheet for me. Okay. And then I actually have a virtual system out in California. Follow up on the phone calls for me, and set appointments and put them on my calendar. For me. I have a follow up Email that goes out if they have booked an appointment or they've requested appointment, but that they didn't actually book us all kind of drip on them about once a month. But but all of these you're right. When you said that it's I'm I'm thinking about this the their systems in place that I've done over and over. But it's, you know, tool technology technology, tools, like constant contact. I use event bright to have that that does a lot of the work for me because it actually reminds them to show up. It gives me a good head count but used to when I was doing some of the other seminars we would have to make a faux physical phone call. Now, they'll get an Email the night. Before I actually do have people that give me the courtesy of saying, hey, we're not gonna make it. It sounds like it's done very very professionally. And I love that you're using those two systems because those two systems work together, right constant contact and event bright work together. But for those of you who are doing avent's, the nice thing about event bright is not only does it send the reminders like Christopher was just saying it makes you event look very professional in not sales e because if they look at the other events that are on event bright their concerts, their local organizations, they're they're pieces like that. And what I'm hearing under the surface here, which I want to kind of bring to the surface, Christopher is your positioning this as true education. It's not a bayton switch. I'm buying you dinner. You're going to buy my annuity. It's I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm going to build a relationship with you based off of I'm your educational resource. So therefore when you need that resource. I'm going to be the first person that you call is that a fair statement. Yeah, absolutely mad. I would just piggyback off of that. Because you kinda hit. The nail right on the head. I am an educator. I mean, they're they're the reason I'm talking in this space or in this this in this space is because there was a vacuum of information out there. Mike competition were VA variable. New itty guys fixed annuity guys that was kind of what was left of the four three b market after the the the regulation in that area. And so somebody who's from an investment background who really does a deep dive into the social security part. But you're exactly right. One of the first things I say when we get in the seminars that this is an educational VIN. It's not a sales event. The reality of the situation is that only about five percent of the people that show up. Here are going to end up becoming clients with me, and that's per that's perfectly. Okay. I actually have one guy who keeps coming back. He's been to almost every seminar this year still hasn't become a client yet. And that's okay. He's he's talking about me somewhere -solutely. Well, if he keeps going somewhere every Saturday morning somebody's going to ask him at some point. What the heck are you doing? Doing man every day or at least once a month. All right. You had so think back to when you first started in the fishbowl idea with American Express. And if you had one piece of advice for new advisers, what would it be? Well, I I would really encourage them to do things that that are for the think of it as a business, it's a long term investment and really dive into things that may not initially seem like they're going to be profitable. For your social security has been that for me Medicare has been that for me. I spent the money to I use a software called social security analyzer to help my clients that make decisions on social security, but a lot of advisors won't even kind of go there because unless they can charge a fee for what happens is as I work with them for all of these what you would consider Ansari Larry things, but are really the reason that they're in your office you end up getting all of the business. Of their their, you know, I've had people tell me, you know, I went to my investment advisor at the wirehouse. And I asked them about the pension, and there is just kind of glazed over that's not something they do, right? You obviously have some sort of internal motivation in the final question for this. Because you've given us all sorts of crate stuff. I'm so glad that you talked about the systems the the follow up with the drip campaign using constant contact the registration using event bright that your position this on a Saturday morning where there's not food involved. So you don't have the plate liquors unless that one guy just really loves those Chick-fil-A biscuit sandwiches. But I'm sure he could go one of those for like ninety nine cents if you wanted to. But anyway, what keeps you going every day? I mean, what is your intrinsic internal motivation that makes you get up and just hammered this every day. Oh, yes. So I at this point I feel blessed to be able to do something I'm passionate about the podcasting. I love public speaking. I love getting on the air when we talk about content that that creating educational content that really drives me and when we talked earlier about the philosophy. I wanted to be a philosophy teacher. Oh, yeah. And so this is kind of a marriage of the two things. I I'm able to to make a good living. But then also be able to help people with what they're trying to do that. That is that has been a driver for me. It allows me time to spend time with my son. I trained Brazilian jujitsu light three times a week, which I haven't I wouldn't have been able to do that without this business and spend time with with my family that, you know, boy, those things alone are keeps me going. That's awesome. Well, I didn't know you were a ninja. We probably should have talked about that at the beginning. But just make sure that if I'm down in Houston, you're on my side, if we ever have any sort of issues any closing thoughts. Christopher anything that you'd like to share with our audience any other pieces parts about the workshops that you do or anything else. That would be a good thing for people to hitch their wagon to and follow you. Yeah. Absolutely. So the closing thought would be when I mentioned earlier about credibility. You know when I first. Started my podcast one of the things I was doing was reaching out to his many will too. Well, well known names as I could to get that credibility piece going, but as I realized that most of my clients were from here in Houston. I was I've actually consciously changed who I'm reaching out to locally on the show. So it's kind of a mixed between people I'm reading right now, and I want to pick their brain and know, a little bit more about that book that they wrote and then also local business professionals here that are just happened to be plugged in around the niche that I'm working wonderful. Well, Christopher thank you very much for being on the show. Thank you, Matt for having me on closing thought here from from this side of the Mike a lot of financial advisers have components of what Christopher just talked about. But they want to do radio a lot of times the Bill can be way too high. And they're really looking for a very specific ROI for that spend in his Chris just said, it's really. We really important to to have something that is of social validated of who you are in. What truly makes you an expert in your field. That's what mixed medias about. It's not just for our y it's for basic name recognition understanding in social validation next. He does the seminars on Saturday mornings, which is gonna reduce your overall cost for the seminars. He does it through Email marketing instead of a whole bunch of invitations, which can cost anywhere from seven thousand ten thousand dollars for a Mailer, and he has that niche. He knows exactly who is talking to. So he's using that language and also making time that is most convenient for his ideal client, so with that for Christopher Hensley and for everybody at well Festus, Matt Halloran, and I will see you on the other side of the Mike very soon bought before you. I let you go. I need to remind you to hit these subscribe now button blow. 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TMM147 How to stop overwhelm and master Winning Weeks

Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

20:18 min | 4 months ago

TMM147 How to stop overwhelm and master Winning Weeks

"Hi guys welcome back to the magic shy these the monday merger episodes that i feel live on youtube vitality coach. Tv on youtube on monday morning. Midday australian eastern standard time. So busy usually very very alive. Raw and real and go hand-in-hand with the monday merger blog posts the email that goes out to my tribe. You can sign up to that on the pataudi coach dot com dot a you. Don't forget to order your copy of my third book editing. The rally of life online on the shop on pataudi coach dot com. Dodi you so. Welcome to the next version of monday. Maija hope you enjoyed this episode as always it's given and written and provide it in a way to help you get to box some tips. And some practical guides to navigate your away from cast calm and heavy thinking a little bit differently on shifting some coordinates for a great success and sustainability. What you doing so thanks for joining me. Hope you enjoyed this episode. Guys are welcome to a new series of monday. Merger i'm your hearts and he folk damore is the i watch. And it's been a long time since i've got in the regular habit of recording in for the show and my civil For those of you that have been on my monday. Merger molest. Thank you so much for your patience. If you haven't already often you can do so on my website. That vitality coach dot com dodi. You just hit sign up button at the top of the website. I put the link in the description box below. You can come to me on the my jamaica. Podcast show on itunes and spotify and vitality coach. Tv are on youtube. So a little bit of edmund as well. I'm also going to be giving a migiro thirty code all my books on my website and today's session. I'll be covering off our winning winks in work life. Blend from fit preneurs as well as you can get the latest edition of color with all. The worksheets are little of mice important. Temporal all my books are probably were call workbooks right so there there that you can take a checkpoint. Pick up a check to get the worksheet and actually be in the moment and do the work with yourself on how you can really find that magic oak woodlands to be the ceo of your business in your life. I have a metre of used for very very long time. Probably since i write my facebook and it is in printer and this is one of my quiets. Ioc all linked in which is a think like a our plan like a visionary and act like a buddha. Why do i say those three things. Because most importantly especially in today's landscape if you're all over the place and you not think he. With an objective viewpoint and with a healthy perspective you can get stuck in the detail and forget about what really bent is so. It's very very important that you not only the you know the manager at work or a great project leader or really good at your studies or fantastic see at work you have to the sea of your life as well as whatever else you doing and plan like a visionary remains is what you're stressing about now. Is that really really going to be important and three. Oh five years. Tom or even maybe five weeks time. We tend to get so caught up in the stories about things we forget to detach from detachments. Today's session on talk about work. Life blend from monday mijo and the art of detach from the story about people places in projects. He can actually just navigate your way through the day without stress to going from chaos to come alas pot and that links into my mentor which is act like a buddha. That means there is really no reason to throw you twas the caught and get stressed out about everything if you believe in yourself if you believe in your value and you believe in what you're doing then you're allowed to have a bumpy road and regroup as many times as necessary but the worst thing you can do is try and have perfection at every single corner in tune mice. Incredible thing that we have as humans is our ability to learn from alma stakes. Should we want to and to not repeat them but to go while. That's how i build such today's monday. My jar is teaching you the integrated mindset of work life blend and had show up for yourself daily. Not show up for yourself when you do a ninety day plan not show up for yourself when you're asking what your vision board is. What you wanted live behalf. Do you actually commit to yourself on a daily basis that you're in the middle of living a life that you love whatever the end goal rather than hassling and churning and struggling and overworking yourself to what end some mastering the art of work life blend means bain truly accountable and understanding the difference between busy and actually accountability and productivity. So let's talk about that a little bit festival if you haven't already plays hit the like and subscribe button if you're my youtube channel or on the podcast. Leave a comment as well. I and all of this information can be found on my website. And in my books. And i'll be going through chapter by chapter these also online programs coming out to these as well. So we know about work life blend. We know about work life balance. Which by the way i think is a complete myth by default. How on earth can you find balance. If you feel that you have to give one thing out for the other all the time. When i get to this i will take more time for myself if i hit those targets. I'll spend more time with my family and my kids for holidays. If this happens when that happens then we give ourselves permission to switch off or do something for ourselves will pick up a hobby or eat better or sleep better. Whatever it is. I mean the list is long. What the most important and redefining aspect of creating a new set of operating systems for today's world. Is that you must learn that. You are fully accountable in the driver's seat of your life. Which means no matter what is going on around you. You have to know what yuval ingredient saw and you are in charge of designing day. What is a day. Fourteen hundred forty minutes makeup every single day right. We have the same amount of time. No matter what age you are ways sit in this world. The one finite thing that we have is time how you use that time is what defines your happiness your success your piece your holiday and how you never get through the responsibilities of actually leading in life chances. I if you listen to this. You're extremely motivated. Person that nour's that there's another way of doing things and hustling and pushing and striving and overworking doesn't cut it anymore. You nor that you need to do something different. The next step is to understand exactly how to do that. And the only way to do that is to put the work in to replace your old habits of procrastination working too hard. Pushing things aside not really shine up for yourself on a weekly basis and replace that with bain positive on purpose. What is it that you need to happen in your winning winks. How do you wanna have an integrated work life blend. We not waiting for the weekend or wedding for carver to be over or waiting for something to happen before you start taking yourself seriously and during the put your oxygen mask on first now if you're in charge of a larger when is asian or if you're in charge of a large family it is so crucial that you are operating. You'll personal best. And not in the old wise that we determined that by validation of success and material items and rewards and titles that is fantastic but an issue feel great and comfortable and healthy and wealthy and wise in your himself or that is just my commerice. Merits said today the out of work life. I'm gonna go right back to basics. This worksheet is available. You can download it. I'll put description and the link in the comments section of this video as well as unlinked in but mice importantly have to have your five elements of your winning wake and those five elements. Make up how you actually approach you awakes. You've got you goes your actions in new behaviors and you've got your attitude and there's a whole another video on that. That's the three pillars of alignment. And i'll put a link down that as well but if you constantly chasing feeling better looking better better balance sheet better savings bed a financial wellbeing you and your family getting yourself out of debt having the job that you want. Whatever it is i would ask yourself. What am i doing on a daily basis to commit to those goals wants needs and m. i really clear about what. I very the mice. Because chances are you're listening to this. What he used to value has probably changed quite considerably over the past year or months or even winks. Many of you sorry go back to thinking about what really makes you take. What gives you the ability to operate emotionally physically at your personal best. How can you be vibrant. How can you bring vision and creativity hacking you show up daily for yourself before you even think about showing up for others and i wanna to do a little comment around how we bring up our young generation. Imagine if they already knew that they are enough. Imagine authority knew that putting your best foot forward being accountable for their actions choosing words carefully and also having the attitude that makes them realize they are in gratitude and in the driver's seat and can make so many possibilities happen. Can you imagine what that would feel like if you could have that from a very very young age. That is our ability now as leaders whether we're leading at work or at harm crite saif environment for kids and the young generation to learn by doing lot learn by asking. Siri not learn by watching and observing but actually having the room in the space to grow into have ideas to figure out what they wanna do who they really are and to make some mistakes along the way and learn from those mistakes but if we continually shutdown learning by the idea of perfectionism and failure and fear shame and blame the nobody gets the opportunity to earn stripes as the same thing. If you're evolving your career and your personal life at later age we have to lane into the non. We can't stay stuck in doing the same thing. Time and time again as you know by albert einstein that is the absolute definition of insanity so today is march. Jar is bringing you back to. How do you integrate work life. Blend that you're constantly on purpose and being present in your life even when there is a hurricane of requirements around you because no matter what you cite a may it doesn't get any less busy. The only thing that changes is your approach to running the landscape of your life. And that's the rally. So will you five elements you have your health and wellbeing. You've got your admin productivity. You work it's also your personal administration. It's not just how you show up for your job or high shot for the business issue epistle administration. You've got here your time with friends and family you decem and away. You put that focused attention and the last pot down there as daytime. Sorry oleg to the podcast around this. But as i write about as a talk about all the time work life blend is way you get the integration where you can regroup. We sleep better. We know when you spending time with your kids. You've got your down you're looking at in the eye and you're actually spending engaged communication with people that guards down to how you turn up for meetings in the workplace even zoom cool. It's better off to have fifteen minutes on that call. We have prepared a conversation as quality. You know what you want out of it and vice versa and then you go away. Use your time effectively. Sorry remind you that forty nine hundred forty minutes. A day is a non-negotiable commodity that we all have to work with. That is out time. Acuity how do you use that time that is up to your emotional and psychological maturity understanding that you have the power to change your perspective and how you run your day and the first way to do that is to understand that you must master the out of work. Life blend a. k. That is making sure that you eat. Well that you have your nanna. A spoke about that this morning on instagram. Banana break is just a couple of minutes that decentralizes all the outside stuff and brings you back into south so often. Owner energy is based on external factors. Someone coming to our office phone call an email. We're constantly bombarded by external things so quickly cried a reduction of stress into bring you back into being grounded. You want to do what. I call the nanno break. That is quite simply taking a beautiful deep breath imposing for second and really focusing on the only thing you breath as soon as you did that you actually stop outside thoughts. Even if it's for ten seconds that all you need to regroup your body before you make a decision before you give a response before we provide a reaction to anything or if you start to feel yourself skit out of controlling your day then you recognize symptoms of overwhelm and you press for was regularly so when you're under enormous stress and enormous responsibility you might need to press pause two three four five times throughout the day siberia. What's really important is that. You're not on autopilot. The first way to do that is to rimba. Mastering the art of what life blend right integrating your five elements of your winning wink. Your work your productivity your edmund you health and well-being you may time and your friends and your family discerning how you're going to use your forty nine hundred forty minutes a day and keeping your goals in your attributes tartly realistic. I always say if you wanna have change us the one percent role in fifteen minutes a day if you do that for hundred days you one hundred percent better off every time record. There's a garbage truck going past so that it's the one percent row right so you've got no excuse. You don't have to guard the gym for an hour. You don't have to sit down and write an alum report. You have to sit and stare to balance sheet for now even if you give the key focus of attention the area you wanna shift fifteen minutes a day. That's one percent of your day in one hundred days. That's three months and one week. Oh sorry you one hundred percent better off the end of all of this. The buck stops with you. We can always blame. Have excuses or side. They are lots of busy in my kids at harm and the company just got bought out and we don't know what's happening. There's been another lock down. All those things are gonna continue through tie. Lives court operational efficiencies that out of our control and they make us feel like we can't plan. That is absolutely not true because what you can plan is your mental attitude your immediate actions on the next right steps and how you approach what you do next and communicate to those around you regardless of the landscape in commercially healthwise at harm you are charge of your thoughts and what you think about you. Bring about right side. This whole session today is asking yourself. What is my perspective. Am i showing up for myself on a daily weekly basis. Am i sitting down and actually planning what is vital in my weeks in integrated co wrote of ingredients that ensure i'm showing up for myself but i'm also showing for others and a moving ahead in my life and the last thing is am i taking a moment to press pause because no matter what is going around me. I the just by concentrating on my breath for a couple of seconds it completely allows me to regroup and to disengage any stressful moment into back into self and therein. Lonzo sovereign power. You'll powers individual yu-pao regroup personality you powder not bind to stories not making anything emotional but to be roar in real and i want to say to you being vulnerable emotional two different things you know last thursday as a client meeting with a fantastic investa. We took him at something. And and i was explaining a really really terrible bullying situation. That happened in the boardroom. Where i decided that was not appropriate. I hadn't spoken about a lot and it was months down the track and last says i got upset about it so here i was in a business meeting. Choking about what had happened to me in a boardroom balloon situation and actually got upset. You know but. I think this is really important. I remember my dad. Signed to me when i was ten years old. He said the greatest business relationships calm when he can be extremely real because they knew guy three things. The apps the downs and you really know who dealing with with common to a society now when no one noise what they've all ingredients are everyone puts on a mosque. And assad said everything's fine yet we dealing with fifty billion dollars or more. That's being spent on overwhelm and stress. So the first puerto cool is scenario. It's absolutely a k. Being charged running your life in the best way possible of being truly authentic of showing your feelings and understanding. They're running a business running alive bena charge of family and trying to give your absolute best. That is really challenging position to be in. And it's called adult pain and you're gonna have ups and downs. But if you can start applying the tools and you can bring yourself with brilliance with conviction and with rural intensity and honesty. It doesn't matter how many times you might hit a bump in the road. What matters is the fact that you have agility that you have the ability to have tools that you have the understanding that this is it ride. This isn't your first radio sire and bryce that rally of life this week. Try the winning winks out. If you can't find the link just email me or the or the heat. The vitality coach dot com. Today you come listen to the podcast on the winning winks get fit Thirty is the card for thirty percent of all my books on my website. The vitality coach dot com dot a u. And this time. I urge you to ask yourself again. How am i shine out for myself. How my leading by example for my kids. How am i showing that. I'm already enough. And i'm completely present a living my life. No matter what the end game i'm enjoying and thriving and being edge all in today's landscape and therein lies the tomasz ring with five blend to having the out of being present and to knowing that you absolutely in the driver's seat so think like a see your plan like a visionary act like a buddha a you know that you're always going to have a game plan to navigate your way through this rally of life through his hectic weeks and no matter what happens. You could recent yourself and understand that you absolutely have the toes to cry an incredible outcome and enjoy the journey whatever's going on around you. A harvest helps so monday merger this week on the first match when evie listen to this. It's he if you it's popped up for a reason a high of inspired you to get behind the wheel of your life and to understand the of work life blend that we know. We need to integrate and be the sea of a life at harm just as much as how we balanced ourselves at work until next time you stay healthy wealthy and wise and marimba. It doesn't have to be perfect. This life is all about evolution. it's really about understanding that constant ability to learn and grow in lane in and be kind to ourselves in head that compassion for that growth as with the magic lies. I'm nikki folk. Damore the hearts of the merger-maker podcast. This is monday merger. I wish you a fabulous day or evening whenever you're listening to this in if you want to reach out please come. Follow me on instagram. Connect to the shar and common sign up for monday. Merger on the vitality coach dot com dot a u and tunics. Time have a winning week. Thanks for tuning in as always we'd love your review on itunes or you can jump online to the vitality coach dot com dot. Au for more from nikki to sign up for the monday mojo and the vitality coach tv on youtube.

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45. Looking for Love with Soni Pelty

Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer

32:30 min | 5 months ago

45. Looking for Love with Soni Pelty

"One of the most common things i hear from people getting divorced is how do i start dating. What is dating even look like now. How do i make a profile. Or they say. I'm too old to date. Or maybe they say i'm too set in my ways to date or maybe i'll just never date again while today's episode is all about looking for love a few episodes ago. I spoke with a men's dating coach while today. This one is for the ladies and my guest talks all about dating post divorce so stay tuned the happy even after poetry copy even after podcast divorce ups. But it doesn't need to define you. It doesn't need to be end of your story. The happy even after podcast meet your host renee bauer and award winning divorce attorney peacemaker author and founder of course an online divorce educational program. He's been doing this work for almost two decades and she is passionate about all women make it out the other side. The happy even after podcast. Let's jump in. Hey everyone welcome back to another episode of the happy even after podcast in. I have a guest here today. Who i know. Everyone has been waiting to hear from. Because it's a question that comes up all of the time and it's how do you find love again after divorce. So let me introduce you to sony penalty. Sony is dating and relationship coach in host of the limitless. Love podcast. she helps powerful women reconnect with their divine feminine energy in cultivate. More sensuality playfulness in abundance in their romantic life. So knees mission is to help smart successful professional woman in attracting committed adoring partner. Who will meet them on every level. I love that so much. She believes that we can have it all including love to. She's a successful entrepreneur. Who at the age of forty seven a heart center business in created a beautiful love life on her own. Her journey to love has been incredible and she has learned so much in the last several years and now helps women all over the world attract their soulmate love with the same tools and techniques that she used to create her own soulmate match. So welcome. thank you so much for having me. I'm hunt for this conversation because at right before we hit recording. I was just telling you that that might be one of the most. Ask questions that. I have i get i get the. How do you know at the beginning. And then after the divorce is complete. It's like how do i find love again. How do i trust myself to pick a partner. Who's a match again in. How do i trust somebody else in. Especially if they've been burned so this interview is just is going to be great. So let's start with your story because you were married for twenty two years and then you got divorced. So let's let's kind of pick it up rate from there you're at the point where you're divorced in how you feeling in that moment. You think that there's hope for a possible love match out there for you so like i mentioned to you earlier. I was actually got married. When i was nineteen and i wasn't that marriage for twenty two years at it was a tumultuous relationship from pretty much the get-go and yet i didn't have the courage in me to step out even though i was financially secure amazing job and career. I just didn't have the courage to just leave the marriage and out just for the fear of what my life would look like after. Yeah so my kids were fifteen and ten at the time when i got divorced and actually my son was the catalyst for getting this whole process started so what it look like from. Even i got divorced. It was not beautiful. It was i felt like i was swimming in these waters and when i did get divorced i knew i wanted love. I knew that. I wanted to be a deep loving romantic relationship and at some point i did wanna get married but i'd never dated member. It wasn't arranged marriage and For the first time. When i was forty two i found myself in the dating world and you throw in online dating in the mix. And it's only god. I don't know what i'm doing. So was it fun or was it overwhelming in lake. Horrific so actually. It was kind of fun. But i couldn't sustain a relationship like it was few months here and there and ran from one dating relationship to the next and all i would get to hear was your nice woman. I'm just not very on just feeling good for you. Just a combination of statements of that sard and yet i'm not ready and maybe i'm sure there's somebody better out there for you things like that. I didn't know what was going on. Like why none of these relationships were moving past like three months. Some of them may be even fizzling out after a month and like all these men coming on so strong in the beginning and then all of a sudden like nothing so this went on for about three years are two and a half years and then i'm like no something needs to change. I like i said you know. I know that i wanted to be married again. I know i wanted to be in this real romantic loving relationship. So i started looking up. Coach's started looking up. You know who. I could work with relationship coaches and i'd read a few blogs here and there and read some books but it was until i started working on myself myself worth myself fifteen. Nothing changed nothing in my dating war. Change it was just like me putting myself out of one situation. Just planning myself in the situation and then just all of a sudden expecting things to change. But i'm just showing up as the same person over and oregon. And i made every mistake in the book like what give us one. Bill like chasing men. Yeah paying on dates Being the social director of the relationship just basically all we live in a masculine so it's like approaching relationship like you tackle a project at work all full on in my masculine. And that's what. I teach the man that in romantic relationships it's a balance of sedans of the masculine and feminine. So you have to surrender. Entering is not necessarily a bad word. I know aviv. Thank surrendering means giving up and you have no control. No it's giving over letting things unfold not trying to control every situation every outcome. So i have a question when you said that everything was the same until you change. Are you talking about like changing who you are for someone or is it a different kind of change or shift. Okay so it's not changelings yourself for someone else. It's basically grounding starting to love yourself so the crux of my work is about the woman. It's not about finding love again. It's about finding falling in love with yourself. So the reason why tolerated twenty two years of a toxic marriage was i had very low self esteem. I know it sounds shocking for a confident woman who has carpet job. At that time. I wasn't wasn't into coaching. But you have this confidence to go to work to bring money home. Do your everyday staff raid but that innate internal confidence this sense of grounding in your self worth like a bathing in south love that's missing and that's why i couldn't step out because my identity was not mine belonged to other people define me and when i say changing it's basically coming home to yourself. And how do you do that. It's baby steps. It's just starting to love yourself in self love i call. I love myself but you know you eat organic food. Go far manicure pedicure spot as you know workout eat healthy food. It's more than that. It's about slowly and gradually setting boundaries. Learning to say no. I was a big people pleaser. Yeah starting do not do that. Learning to say no setting healthy boundaries. What i will and will not tolerate. That's how i started doing one thing at a time. And like i said two and a half years when i knew the things are changing for me so i knew how i was. Showing up wasn't working so why not try something different to see how it changes but i started implementing the south love practices and really running spending time with myself not being in this lack like adopting the principle that single is also just basically enjoying the hair now and just you know not trying to fit in trying to people please just being in love with myself getting intimate with myself that i tell people all the time after their divorce. They should date themselves yet. Take them out on dates and spans railway reconnect and learn. How by grime alone. Let me back it up a little bit. And can you just explain what a relationship coach is in what they do. So what i do is when i coach women coach to have this amazing relationship with themselves. The bulk of the work is us trying to basically connect with back with ourselves. Have these beautiful amazing relationships with ourselves and once we have had then the man just comes along so it's not that we don't work on that piece so yes i do talk about the and bolts of dating how to show up in the dating world. How do online date how to create this amazing profile because there are so many women out there right. So how do you stand out. How do you stand out in this pool of other women that a man like i want to connect with her. I wanted to reach out to her. So yes i do work with all those kinds of things but the basic one the groundwork is south love Learning about yourself getting intimate with yourself. A lot of mindset. Were too because i know for me. I had a lot of limiting beliefs around. Men around relationships know like all good men are taken. Men are intimidated by my success. Meant only wants sex. You know online is full of jerks. I met my husband online. Yeah so it's it's all those things right. To reframing busting those beliefs and intimacy is huge so just getting intimate with yourself busting those intimacy fears and removing the blocks to love that we have inside you know. I used to have a certain kind of men that i would fall for bad boys and they would field boring. How do you like having an open heart and digging every man out there. So you're remarried now and did your husband fall into your typical stereotype. Or was he out outside of that yes. He was very much outside of that. So so the other concept that i teach is. I call it carousel dating. Just because i'm all about playfulness and fun. And so what the concept is you date several at the same time. So you're not getting laser focused on one man because men do that to not in a committed relationship till the man doesn't tell you. Hey your girlfriend or you know. We are in a committed relationship. You continued today several men and unless until one gives you the relationship that you want whether it's marriage or long-term relationship whatever it is that you desire and it feels good to you. You continue to date several man so that adds its own element of fun because you you heal that me. So i think dating free therapy manhattan out the paid for you and you'll get triggered by a certain actions in certain circumstances situations will trigger you and then you heal those triggers. I healed a lot while i was dating my husband. Interesting and i let into pushing array. I let those situations heal me. Because if i hadn't done that i won't have been with him today because he was not my type at all so like i said before i did with open heart and dating all kinds of men even if they're not your type because that's how you're healing your learning to trust yourself. You learn to trust your intuition refined. We often what we do is we are okay with our good feelings when something feels uncomfortable pushing rain. Sit with it. We don't let those emotions those feelings. He less you believe that. There is a in soulmates. There's one match for everyone. Not really don but every person is in your life for a season for a reason one. My philosophy is focused on the now and not to think forever live in the moment. Joy have filed. We'll be back just after this message. Do you believe that on the other side of your divorce can be life. You freaking love. What if i told you that to live a happy life. I have to believe you deserve it. How can you possibly create a life. You love if you don't believe you're worthy of let's get you set up to start believing in just text. The word believe to four one one three to one to receive a free. We'd yourself bad ass guide and this guide we talk about power statements in how they could change your life so stop what you do in text believe to four one one three two one c one. The inside yeah and so that that's important because usually post divorce. People often quickly jump into something else because they're trying to find someone opposite of their acts or they're trying to fix their loneliness and and i think it's easy to fall like you know so deep into another relationship that ends up sort of exploding out the other end and i think that this is a great remedy and how to avoid that is just by dating a lot of people so that you're not falling into combat tracks right right and not feeling guilty about it because like i said ben do that and also it's going to be an it's non-sexual dating so you're not like if you're dating five guys of the same time or three. Let's say you're not going on sleeping with guilt. You don't have to feel this. Oh my god. I'm doing something immoral. Or i'm doing something wrong. Yeah like it's twenty twenty. One used to have on going on that. So you speak about tips that you have to attract you perfect match. Can you share some of those. So yes so. I feel like when you show up in the dating world as a high value woman now. I don't mean that anybody is low value or anything like that but there are certain dynamics romantic relationships. And ben we follow those than it becomes easier to attract the right man. Yes we will encounter. Jerks are jewish bags here and there but then we know how to sift through them and read them out so like i said a woman never chase a man show up in the dating world in your feminine. So i'm not sure if you talk much about feminine energy in your work in romantic relationships when woman if a woman desires a both men and the men have masculine and feminine. Energy masculine is all about doing achieving protecting providing and then the feminine is all about being easy receiving relaxing leaning bag. Just enjoy just being right. So when a woman shows up in her feminine energy especially she wants to be cherished and loved and adored. If you just surrender and be and then just enjoy the experience. Let it unfold. That helps you attract the right man who that the man be a man in the relationship and do all the heavy lifting and do the work that feels attractive to a man interesting. It's fascinating to me. Because i interviewed on hasn't been dropped yet but a man's dating coach he's like the real life hitch and it's so fascinating because he is saying the same thing but in the you know in the reverse in hiding show up for a date in how to be the leader in on the date in in. It's almost like you guys are talking the same exact talk for some different perspectives. So it's you know it's really it's it's interesting and then just be your feminine. Southlake be flirty not. I don't feel like full on masculine flirting. It's like just being that smile. Some men don't have access to our feminity like on an everyday basis when i say that like feminine frills. It's like oh are who's is and you know tilting our head and just being playful. That's very very enticing. To man like i said just be able to receive without the need to give back or he did today so i should pay the next time. It's okay that's how men connect it's not a fifty fifty. It's not a friendship. A romantic connection that we are trying to build so interesting. I love it. How do you respond when a man doesn't return a phone call. Our doesn't call you a couple of days after you go out on a date. I know i start your instagram. So you know it's it's so when you are dating several men and a man doesn't call you so you have this full life right. I talk about having a whole life balanced life where you have lots of fun stuff going on in your life. You have your work. Have your friends you work out. You go travel. You have a full life so the man doesn't consume your whole life so if he is missing. You won't miss him because you're doing all these things and when you're dating other men you get other attention so if he doesn't call it's okay then he shows up you don't have to be pissed about it like oh it's so wonderful to hear from you. The distance and warmth so let him take his time. He doesn't wanna show up for two days three days. It's fine but when he comes back to welcome him because you're not. You're not irritated because you're having fun anyway Interesting and then. I wonder if the effect is that. He's like we'll wait a second. I wasn't missed. She didn't notice that name. Call his them all creating positive. Tension is what you're doing so when you are with the man you are lead up excited your present you're into him. You're enjoying the conversation. You just basically lit up like a christmas tree would been your guys away than than that. Said he's wondering what's going on in her life. I'm not hearing as much from her. What's going on so that triggers. His curiosity like ooh. I need to reach out. What is going on in the having her from her. So it's like when you're together you're present fun enjoying but when you're away careless expansion because when you're always available when you are always there and you're there at a minute notice ben take you for granted right. Oh she's she's accommodating. She's always available so i don't have to plan ahead. I don't have to do x y z for her. Because she's always there. I don't have to make an effort but then you create that positive tension when you're not getting irritated if he doesn't show up for today's and then he's back and it was like. Oh that's great. Nice to hear from you. Then he feels that toll on my god basically creating a different experience for the man man announce you feel experience of falling in love with you. Don't give them that experience. Then they're like oh she's like somebody this other person there so like we're like low key kind of i don't wanna say manipulating guiding guiding him to to the behavior that you want so you know it's not an ablation because you're you're transforming your life into district because it really doesn't matter eight. You have this confidence that the man who will love you. Who will give you everything that you desire is out there. And that's the other piece of work that i do. I've focused up quite a bit unlawful attraction on that. Yes that fits that belief that demand that i desire. It's all about getting crystal clear on how you want to feed in a relationship. Not having a physical checklist tall handsome. You know mix you know whatever. Six figures. Seven figure like a millionaire. Whatever nour's choose. Yeah it's just having one feel the relationship. How do you wanna experience life together. What will life be like together. And then from that space knowing that this person is out there. And i don't have to settle everything that i desire is out there for me and trust your guy. I think that's an important one. I think like every person. I talked to who ends up getting divorced. They're like well. I didn't pay attention to my god. Yes you know. i'm like oh well we'll get better. And i mean that's so important so when you're out there again to really tap into that and pay attention right and you cannot cement shorts everything we just. Don't we choose to ignore or not. See all this is just minor. I can change it. He can change after you get married or whatever it doesn't change and we cannot change other people can change our show up. either we choose to tolerate. Are we choose to leave. Not change another person. So what are women. Doing that are keeping them single. Ooh like i said being very masculine in their relationships especially high performing women. Powerful women been entrepreneurs boss babes the in the world of dating like they're in the boardroom. Huge just letting the matt trusting that he will live up to your standards so if you like going to eat at fancy restaurants are you know expensive hotels or whatever giving him a chance not controlling because what happens is when we step up and keep controlling. You're not giving him an opportunity to step up and show us his potential. Yeah and i think that's a hard one because a lot of women like you just mentioned the the whole laundry list who are bosses in entrepreneurs and business owners like that's our default is to control and kind and in strategize and that's so it's it's hard. I think it's it has to be very intentional. Choice not show up in the dating scene that same way believe me. It was very hard for me to. Yeah i mean i would think so. I think like. I'm married to when i go home and sometimes i still am in those shoes and sometimes it's hard to switch that off right right and then also i feel like mindset has has a lot to do with it and like upper limit like a glass ceiling. I have. i'm successful. I have everything working for me. Maybe i'm not meant for love all the goodness that i meant for and knowing that novia putting that ceiling on our for ourselves. That's definitely the conversation. I had with myself for a while. You know it's like everything else is great but maybe this just in this area is just not just not meant to be right right and again like trying to have somebody else. Fill that gap. Belinda view you are your own source of happiness own source of you have to fill your own life and then when the man comes along he just gets to join in your party and add to your happiness low that that's the sound bite right there. When the man comes along he just gets to join in your party. Hardens bets it all right so a tiny little shift you talk about in a woken home rather than a broken home. Can you explain a little bit. What that absolutely so. I feel a lot. And i've seen it on my friends to it's re stay in a dead relationship for way too long. We feel we're doing it for our kids. We feel like. Oh what's the society going to think. Oh what my parents going to think and especially from my culture. I'm indian and bear. I come from. It's not divorce is a stigma. Pretty much and specially getting divorced in your forties with kids. It's like oh she's doomed. She cannot that said her life has done. So why i say a walk in home is because my son was the catalyst for the divorce when it happened like my ex and i. We always knew that we may not be together. Once the kids moved to college. But i found out that i realized when my son came up to me after one horrific fight we had and he came to music. Mom why do you. Why are you tolerating this behavior. Like why do you want to live with him. And at that point he was only fifteen. But i saw like my heart just swelled up lake right now and i'm talking about it. I'm getting chills. All of a sudden. I saw this mature young man standing in front of me and basically it was like a cry for help from him that this is not helping us either. So go mom. You don't have to be in this for us. Our sometimes we feel that our kids will have no uncertain of the life. Our kids are going to have and people are all he or she. This child is from a broken home yet. They don't realize that what beautiful life day create ran. One parent takes the decision off stepping out of the marriage. And i'm not saying that if you just after divorce just just fall off and then just have spiral the spiraling down. But like i chose to work on myself and my kids saw something that they would have never experienced. If i was still with my ex all they would have seen was tempered yelling. There was physical and emotional abuse. That word broken home is not really become from a broken home but they are so much of their of everything else that they could have never experienced. Had we still continued to be married. I love that and we knew what i created a new word for them a new experience. Yes there is a lot of possibilities outside of this. It can be a better home and not a broken home and kids know it's you know. It's so heartbreaking. When i hear someone stays because they're concerned about the kids because for everything that you just said and i really feel like i was using the kids as a shield as an excuse because i was scared of the unknown because even though i was in an abusive relationship that was familiar to me. That was safe. I knew how to handle it. I know it sounds kind of crazy right at all. So it's yes. Oh via so used to that. We can handle that circumstance that duration. We don't know what's going to be like 'cause it's unknown. It's unknown is always scary. So i have one final question for you but before i do How do people connect with you. Where do they find you. And of course. I'm going to put all of this in the show notes just laid out for us how we can can continue to watch your journey. Absolutely i have my podcast limitless love but sony penalty read. I share all amazing nuggets up relationships. Dating everything. And i also have a facebook group of privacy. A group limitless love and my website has had blogs on there. So that is limitless. Love with sony dot com. Awesome all right so my final question. Then is what tips to you. Have for someone. Who says i just don't know him out of my divorce. It's so fresh. I don't know if i'll ever trust again. I don't know about the happy. What message do you have for that woman. Just known that if the desire is there in you meant for you and start by connecting with yourself to spending time with yourself making yourself the focus and just having fun with yourself and yeah not not trying to get caught up at especially the early stage when you're just fresh out of divorce it's like not to get caught up in thinking. Oh when i find someone yes if you really want that it will happen. Just be with yourself. Pamper yourself love yourself. Give yourself that fulltime an attention and devotion to yourself. I love that. And then all of the men at the cia sony. Thank you so much This is not the last time you were coming on here because just your energy is awesome and i love what you do in such an inspiration that you can find love again no matter what absolutely yes and thank you so much. I had so much fun talking to you. Renee road link up with us. At ms rene ballard dot com remember to rate and review and share with anyone. You think might find episode helpful. 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DAVES HOT CHICKEN REVIEW, DAVES HOT CHICKEN REACTION, FOOD REVIEW PODCAST, FOOD REACTION YOUTUBE

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DAVES HOT CHICKEN REVIEW, DAVES HOT CHICKEN REACTION, FOOD REVIEW PODCAST, FOOD REACTION YOUTUBE

"You're listening to how they did it in. Why were we learn from the experiences of others. So today we are going to have a food experience that hopefully you will learn from because we are going to be trying something that neither of us have tried not even tasted not even a sampling. Nothing's of a totally new to us dave's hot chicken so we've never tried it. Maybe you have if you haven't maybe it's new in your area and like i don't know if it's good or not if that's the case you may enjoy this food reaction or food review so am kind of put this whole thing together which i was so happy about. I was like yeah. We said we're going to try. Days had chicken. And he put that altogether so tell me what was the ordering experience like. Just you know. Thirty seconds overall. How do you feel it was ordering you know. I used a famous food ordering out that a lot of people use it. That was super simple. however We wanted to sub our fries for espn for their slaw A pet peeve of mine is when someone gets an order wrong so unfortunately they they did give us they give us rights so we asked for a side of slaw which they forgot But other than that. So the law. Yeah that was disappointing. Because you know these great. Naw but i'm trying to cut back on friday. Because i love fries. I love potato. And i've eaten them too much thus far in my life and So this is going to be so these fries. Do look good so i mean i'm not mad 'nother thing that is a pet peeve of mine if in this case it was two orders. Okay if they are not the same order There should be a sticker on them. And why what. I mean by that. Is you wanted their light. Mild chicken right. I wanted to try their mild and medium right. And there's no stickered. What are you telling us. What's what so. I'm going based off of looks. This chicken looks a little bit darker. Looks like they did it in something. I'm going to say. This is the hot chicken. But i really wish they would have put a sticker on it saying hot or spicy. Then i would have known and said okay. This is mine so you don't accidentally by into something. You're not expecting now that now. I am sitting up here. Hungary impressed though is. I don't know what now what i'm impressed with. Is you get to straight up chicken sandwiches. So when i ordered these there was a couple of combos you can get to sliders. You can get one slider and one chicken tender or you can get to chicken tenders. I thought it was pricey for sliders but this is straight up to now ges generally sandwich. Yeah they don't even need to call these. This is the price. this was fifteen dollars. I hear in the southern california area. That's not bad for two huge sandwiches. Yeah so a couple could share this and it would be you know a would taxes a little over seven eight dollars a piece And you get two of these sandwiches and some fries. That's pretty good all right. Well i am starving so It smells really good french fry. Let's get this. I tried to fry charming already. You have a good. I haven't homefires alone now. One thing i will say for me that i am not a fan of. I'm trying to get away from the styrofoam guys it's unhealthy because of food sucks up all the chemicals and the styrofoam and then now you've got They call forever chemicals whatever fooling around your bloodstream. Every now and then i think is fine. Our body got immune system. They know how to lock fad Things away chemicals away our body kind of can perform. Excuse me a protective shield around that stuff. So i'm not super worried about it but if you eat out a lot like you don't wanna be eating out like this every day with this kind of styrofoam and it's not even the kind that is resistant knows you take it because it's buckling so that it's anytime the styrofoam buckles you know it's gonna seep into the actually see on your head whereas it actually melted a bit from the touch. Know your fry. I like to eat this. But if i will say one thing i do appreciate they did. Put the fries in a paper container. Yeah that's nice because see now. If you look at the bottom of this. I can take that out. And i don't have you know when you they ha- fries right on styrofoam witch pro- tip guys. They're not actually supposed to do that. There's always supposed to be like parchment paper or something down if it's something that's coming out of fire and your starbucks so that that doesn't happen but people have visited forget to do it or whatever but that's the way supposed so i appreciate that they did. Put the fries in a separate thing so that When auburn on that now this so pretty good. I just wanna take. They do put forewarned. They do put a lot of dry rub on their fries. So i mean here's one for instance you can see it's coded in this dry rub so some of them are pretty salty so four warning. It would've been nice to have the slot the would really now join our saw. The saucers good. This is dave's famous saute demeo based sauce. You know some seasonings and stuff. It's at sauce. You had a million town but don't know what it is a good fry sauce. Yeah yeah mayo. Based allies nour's these burgers era. Not just in case. I got it wrong. Don't take a big bite. Because i did get medium on one. Oh yeah that's right. See i might add some extra sauce to mine. I'm a sauce person. Guys saw is that one spicier mile. Can't tell them of fried flavor on my that Maybe the chicken order wrong to. Maybe they didn't if they miss the fun. This is mine is not too spicy. Because i don't like super spy little changes something. I'm okay with if it's burning my mouth. And i can't enjoy my food. I lose interest now. I'm about eating that fan of my mouth. Wa you out like this. It's a really good juicy piece of chicken. yeah i. I'm not going to be able to eat all these fries because i'm gonna feel like trash tomorrow like my. My heart is going to have issues beating. So i see what you're saying. Maybe they got the chicken order wrong to mine okay. Let's give them some information about the flavoring here. First of all look at this so this is like a premium chicken breast here. It's not It does not taste cheap. Get some chicken you this nasty particle chicken where they just like take bits of chicken put it in a press and those ronning you bite into his own nasty on inside. This is an actual chicken breasts. It's a quality piece of me. They're good quality the breading on it isn't overpowering. It's not too sick. It's not Barely there either. It actually stays on. How sometimes the breading falls off. That is not happening Good i like the flavor. Yeah the flavor's really good. It's the same exact rub that they put on their fries. Chicken and they throw Their cabbage us law on top of the sandwich. Which you can get without i. They didn't mess up or listen. Mark i would be in business right now because of them i have to eat fried I'm not even touching those fries against but very juicy very juicy piece of chicken not dry you're not choking it down whatsoever. It's really good. I wouldn't eat it all the time. Chicken itself them is not greasy. It's not it's not. How sometimes eat a fried chicken breasts ended. The breading is just drenched with greece. I wasn't hot enough when they cloaked it. This is a great fry. It really is in love with the sauce to their dave sauces. Good if i asked for hunting and catch up just in case and it was craft craft honey and a catch up made by a company called west. I just personal preference. I would have liked to see dave's hot. Chicken labeling packaging. I ain't out of just a personal preference. I i understand where you're coming from but new frills. If i'm getting some some grease back alley food. You know what. I'm saying that holding the time. This is basically Fide hole in the wall booze. What i mean by holding the wall is the place. Ain't nice everybody that worked there as ru but the food is amazing. You know it might even be a little dirty on the outside the inside. The kitchen is legit. That's like this kind of experience of food that you're getting except for it's a national chain so it just picked up a bit but it's got that kind of down home food taste so for me i'm okay with them having the bootleg you know if i was at the chart house or something i might be. I just want to be a little bit more disney associated with threats. You know what. I mean if you're buying presley graph because on a normal although there are crap just come up. Let me we do. Have some craft dressing. Come up if you're buying craft condiments. I wanna feel that you're putting a lot of fried into your food and your pride. No not really. I'm just you know. Hey i'm not knocking craft. I like your dressings. But i don't know what you're saying. I know i would. If it was my brand. I would want my own branding of condiments just to well. Maybe i don't have to tack a locations. How many how new is this chain though. Like you know what i'm saying. Argh these franchises. Because remember i don't know how new it is. I should have done that research. But they are in their peppered in certain areas of canada. Toronto is one on ontario. Excuse me a new location is coming soon to tennessee i believe they're already in texas So they're they probably started in southern california and they are now branching their way the they do have franchise information on their site. So you can fran cells. That makes me so we could actually take that little point out on the franchise. Because you know with franchises not everything comes from corporate. The franchisees have a bit of discretion on what they do they could not place the order or something has just get something you know but still. They should be drew to the brand. Anyway we get the rawness much over here. that's true covert has put some dampers. I think we've eaten other food places. Yeah felt like quality has gone down. Portion size has gone down so they could be just filling avoid. Yeah it has hurt the food industry you know and i feel bad because no one's fall is nothing anyone can do. It's just one of the products co. But now i do have a problem with this share. This this is the one coleslaw that we did get that was like an exercise afterthought side. Here's my issue. Why isn't it filled up. And why do i see greasy handprints on inside so someone was touch and then went and just stuck their hand in here. I can eat this ham prints all on the outside. I don't get a glove getting there. And i see them like they're just busy. They're just you know whatever. And i could see like you're you're being legitimate your stuff still but when i'm not there and i'm like ill there's someone just like clean like the kitchen counter or something and it's like touch up my thing i would just say i will say this is a brand new location says okay. I understand that just opened up so some of the staff might be maybe young and learning as they go so You know. I don't know if the original guy is dave or he's still around but You know they. They probably were there for some type of training It seems small enough to where they would probably be there for. Grand opening I just don't see this location being busy to where you'd have to rush to where you'd have to give somebody but there could be short staffed the dirty kovener. I don't know here some that. Wanna get them onto is. How do you feel about the pickles. That's kinda of go through to collects what's let's go do. What's on the sandwich. I'll say this. I am not again personal preference on the condiments. Not going to hold them against that. Wish the fries were not as greasy or seasoned So the next time i go i probably won't get the fries but as far as the chicken sandwiches i think chicken sandwiches are great. I like the quote. I'm a pickle person growing up on the northern east coast. We tend to like pickles. Especially if you live near new york. I think they're pickles were great. I liked their slot. I like that slot on the sandwich. I like it on. The sandwich had better tales. All around. And i do like their sauce so i mean if i honestly was going to go back again i probably because they do have the option. You can just order the sandwich. I probably would just order the sandwich and leaves the rest. Yeah yeah yeah but the sandwiches. Great what do you think. What do you think about the sandwich. I like this Just again we've touched on a bit but again the quality of the chicken is really good. The bread is also really good It's not dry. it has good flavor to it. It's not like a potato bread but it just a good nice. You know simple. Good bread Looks like they also did grill the bread before they put the sandwich together as well. So it's a little things that make Something like this tastes really good. I do like the pickles. Although i'm not in a pupil i'm not a pickle person. I'm eating them today. And i have to the move pickles. Today i'm in the mood but Just really good. I also like the chunky nece. Excuse me the costa it's a course coleslaw which i think that crunch goes really really well with the chicken and yeah. I like the bread like chicken. I like the breading on the chicken. I also like the fact that it is flavorful. Sometimes i feel like you get a chicken sandwich. And all the flavor comes from the condiments like the chicken itself in the bat are having no flavor. And i'm not you gotta give me some flavor. Okay i'm not gonna be buying food you know and getting home dry. It doesn't taste good. You know the flavor. I gotta have flavor so for me i really like i also really liked your mayo. Based sauce dave sauces. Ed gray and i agree with you on the batter their their flavoring their coleslaw their flavoring their fries. They're grilling they're bred to try to eliminate that guinness and Yeah there flavoring their batter so to me. You're you're firing on all cylinders. When you're doing that you're putting surpri into your your food. Which i like and i am definitely gonna go back aside from the other things that i said. That's just personal preference but i highly recommend dave's hot chicken And yeah. I'd recommend anybody to go there and i'm going to go back for sure. Yeah this isn't really great. I'm just so happy that this has flavor 'cause you know we are like you know transplants here and so cow and You know no disrespect but the food a lot of places out here has no flavor whatsoever and that has been very frustrating to deal with your related food. We're still trying to find our our spots but a lot of spots honestly. I just think because overhead is so much that the unless you go to a very very expensive place and beverly hills or on rodeo drive. Who's gonna wanna you know you can't you can't eat there all the time. So a lot of these places you go into expecting it to be good and fortunately the quality just isn't there and you're paying top dollar quality. It's like ridiculous so this is a conversation we have another day. 'cause we're going to get out of here a little bit and finish our sandwiches but this right here like wage. Which place do you think which coz has the best food. I must say right. Now i'm gonna go hidden say the east coast. I'm a southern girl at heart and I still strongly build the best. Food comes out of this out. You know. come from me if you will in the comments you know but Aid that's just my opinion. That's just you know an experience a lot. I like all different types of international foods. Call me a foodie like you could definitely put me in that category So i was really refreshing to get a taste of something that has some flavor and that isn't super expensive here in so cow because i missed the food back home like no lie. You know me too on the tri state area. And i miss the the things in new jersey new york but it is nice. You know i again going into it. I didn't know what to expect. I thought the price was a little expensive. But now that i see what you get down. I was expecting a small chicken tender on bond. And that's what they do out here in california to the little itty bitty portions and i'm like a but especially on their menu. It's called a slider right and so this is a sam. This is a full blown sandwich so you can get them shots big sandwiches again. I like to eat okay. i'm not. I couldn't finish all so i have another sandwich notice. I'm still eating. My wife finished my first one. Yeah i'm heading my. I have another sandwich for tomorrow. So for fifteen bucks. I got two meals. I would've liked to have the slot instead of the fries but oh wealth man. Yeah i got a great sandwich for tomorrow's lunch so that's great. No i'm i like it. I think if you're on the fence if there's one near you or one close go for it try amount. You're probably not going to be disappointed. Well guys if you're watching us on youtube in new have survived me grossly eating the sandwich and smacking and doing all types of discussing Thank you for being here and thank you for supporting thanks. Everyone subscribes in comments and everything. So yes draws a line on what you think we discussed in the episode regarding this review but also let me know what goes you think has the best food in your experience. I would really like to know. Alright is thanks so much religion listening to how they did it. Why have a great day and we'll see in the next episode.

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Maintaining Personal Effectiveness

Scott Ross Leadership

22:36 min | 4 years ago

Maintaining Personal Effectiveness

"Welcome to training from Scott Ross. Online Scott Ross is a highly sought after an internationally acclaimed personal development and leadership coach. Who speaks to more than if he thousand people use? The same strategies taught top executives are available to you through programs like this one we encourage you to take notes and listen to this audio both full time for maximum results and now here's Scott. Welcome everybody to the Scott. Ross leadership podcast. This is episode one hundred and eleven. You can find the show notes to this particular episode if you go to Scott Ross online dot com slash one. One one the number one for one eleven We're GONNA be mentioned in books and other resources that you'll be able to link to and find the information on by going to the show notes. wanted to first of all. Thank you guys for being here. I know that it's been quite a while since we've done one of these episodes and we're going to be getting them crank in here so appreciate that you have been patiently awaiting the start of the The next series in our leadership. Podcast and Appreciate you guys stay in with us. we are going to get started doing that today and we are actually starting a brand new series today and the series is going to be the most common leadership challenges and how to overcome them. The most common leadership challenges as go around the world and I coach leadership and talk to leaders. You know you just end up running into a lot of the same questions a lot of the same concerns and a lot of the same roadblocks that people run into in their leadership journey. And so I've been making a journal of those things and thinking about how to coach people through overcoming those challenges. And that's what we're going to do in this series and I'm not really sure how many weeks it's GonNa go. Frankly just depends on how How long I go down any given rabbit trail on any one of these challenges as we're going through this so I'm not going to put a put a number on it but we'll be Focusing on these common leadership challenges for the next several weeks and I hope that you guys will stay tuned for that so just diving in the very first a leadership challenge that I see people facing is the challenge of developing personal effectiveness developing personal effectiveness. You know most people think of leadership externally they think of it like something that I'd do out here that creates results with other people and you know it might be the moving people to action or it might be getting the team to perform which we're GonNa talk about here in a little bit. It might be just getting people to follow you. In general it might be you know team cohesion and working together disparate people working effectively in harmony. You know they think of it as an external thing and for sure a lot of leadership is external. But this is why this is for me. The number one most common leadership challenges that the reality is that in order to be effective as a leader. It's all about who you are and who you become and so much of leadership development and so much of leadership. Material is focused on those outward behaviors. The things you do you know. How do you run a meeting? You know how do you motivate a person? What do you say how do you cast vision? And the reality is that all of that is secondary to you becoming the right person and so developing personal effectiveness is really the most important thing that any leader can do. And then here's the second part of where this becomes really challenging for new leaders. It's challenging because they aren't thinking that way. They're thinking externally for more mature leaders. The challenge becomes continuing to develop personal effectiveness. Not Resting on your laurels. Not you're not relying on the skills that got you to where you are and so you know. Let's just talk about this idea of developing personal effectiveness character as I've said many times the most essential ingredient in leadership without character everything collapses leaders who lacked character lose people very very quickly. I've often said that I believe that. Courage is the preeminent character trait. You had to list all the things that you would like to see in a person like integrity or perseverance or optimism or charisma or any of those things. All of those character traits in my mind are secondary to the trade of courage because courage facilitates every single other trait see courage is ward enables you to be a person of integrity because it enables you to tell the truth when it's unpopular or when it's going to mean negative consequences such as revealing a personal failure to confess that thing it makes me look bad. I don't have the courage to do it so then I lie about it. I try to spin it. I try to manipulate the situation where I don't have to take culpability in that issue. Well courage is the preeminent trait encourage means doing the right thing in the face a personal suffering so characters very very critical courage being the foundation. I believe of all other character traits but immediately after character in terms of how essential ingredient is to leadership is the idea of competence and incompetent leader will not maintain a following for very long. You know If you've seen the the miniseries band of brothers or read the Pulitzer Prize winning Book Brand Band of Brothers About Echo Company in World War. Two there is the beginning of ECHO. Company is an encounter with a leader. I use that term loosely named Captain Sobel and he was absolutely incompetent and he lost his men very very quickly and it was. It was only because of the extraordinary leadership of his subordinate officers that they overcame his failures and the men what would follow them when they wouldn't follow cap noble in so that's how echo company started their life together and actually went onto become arguably the most legendary military unit of all time. Competence is absolutely critical and one of the greatest leadership. Challenges is to develop and continue to grow your competence in your field it. You're not a person of character. It's a nonstarter. Don't even try to be a leader. We gotta go work on the character issues. I but if you are a person of character then the next thing we gotta do is we've got to develop and continue to grow your competence in the field that you've chosen to pursue see like if you're leading sales people but you have no sales experience and no sales skills. You're going to quickly find yourself out of your depth. You'RE GONNA have no credibility with your people. They're gonNA stop listening to you. They're going to say this person's never even been on a sales call. Why are they telling me what to do if you try to develop teamwork but you're a very ineffective team builder you're GonNa hit a brick wall you know? I know a leader that refused to delegate and refused to engage their people on in critical tasks and they wanted to make sure everything was done right. Well they couldn't figure out why they had this culture of isolation in their team and that people wouldn't work together and that people wouldn't you know trust their team members. Well it's because they didn't model what they WANNA see. You have to develop competence in the area that you want to lead and because I just said that Word Model. Let's review the sequence of leadership that we've talked about many times in this podcast. The sequence for leadership is I model. I Ninja for I motivate I monitor and I multiply I model. I mentor. I motivate monitor. I multiply what is step one? It's modeling I model. You CanNot Min tour that which you have not modeled and so if you aren't modeling which you want to see you can't expect it to show up in your organization and what is modeling require. It requires personal effectiveness. It requires competence. It requires skill. So how do we overcome this challenge of developing our personal effectiveness? Well the first thing we've got to do is be on purpose. It must be intentional. We must be intentional about growing or skill set. So what I would do if I were you is. I would just take some time. Make a list of the critical skills that you need for your leadership position. Water those skills and you could ask yourself some questions you know. Who Am I leading? What skills do they need to possess? That's a really good start. If you're leading accountants you should probably know something about accounting. If you're leading sales people you should know something about selling. If you're leaving marketing people you should know something about marketing. Think about the skills that would be required of your people. If you're people need to have creativity and be able to to channel and in funnel massive creative power. You should probably be thinking about your own creative skills and then once you get the the the specifics of the types of people you're leading and the and the and the jobs are the roles of the people that you're leading the next thing is think about the skills that are just going to be necessary for anyone to perform at a high level self-discipline productivity and time management communication skills conflict resolution skills active listening skills. You can make a list of these. Just common overarching skill sets to be a world class person you. It's real simple. Just sit there and say to yourself. What is a world class person? Look like to me. Make a list of those skills and once you have that list. The skills necessary for the People. You'RE GONNA lead. And then the overarching generic skills. That would really apply to anybody. Just grade yourself on a scale from one to ten your competence in each one of those areas. Now the second thing you got to do is make a plan to grow in each one of those areas. I mean there are audio's books and Sim Nour's on virtually everything you can imagine. In fact there's things you can't imagine that there's audio's books and seminars to teach you how to do but this is where we go back to being on purpose. You have to be intentional once the list is there and you see where you need to grow. You need to go seek out those resources that can teach you. There's mentors and when I say mentors they don't even need to be a flesh and blood person they might be just somebody who's a guru in the given area you want to learn about that you can just sit at their feet. Virtually you can listen to every audio they've ever made you can read every book they've ever written. You can read every blog post. They've ever written and you can be men toward long distance from this person. Who spent their lifetime pouring out everything they know about the subject. You WanNa grow in you know. Some of Y'all have heard me tell the story when I was new in selling. There was a gentleman named Tom Hopkins. And he's still alive and doing really well but he is kind of living. He's kind of living the holiday life. Now he's kind of retired. The Tom Hopkins was one of the preeminent sales trainers in the world. I went to every seminar. I bought every audio program. He had ever produced on how to sell on how close on how to overcome objections on how to book the appointment on how to get past the gatekeeper. I absolutely made Tom Hopkins. My Mentor Long Distance. Since that was an area of skill that I knew I needed to develop and then of course at that point I started leading other sales people and could lead from a position of competence in the area where I was trying to lead them. The next thing you need to do. Is You need to prioritize prioritize. Because you're not going to be able to do everything at once so you know you're gonNA maybe lists. Let's just call the number of TIN skills? Were you know you need to grow? Okay what are the one or two areas that would have the biggest impact on your effectiveness as a leader? You know if you're leading sales people and you know nothing about sales well that might be a clear number one priority. Maybe you're also somebody that doesn't have good time management skills and so that becomes number two so go get a book like getting things done or some other. You know very very effective. Time Management Training Program so prioritize. What YOU WANNA do. And it's it's great that you know if you're listening to this podcast at some other time. I'll just tell your we're recording it in November. And so we're leading into the end of the year this is the perfect time to be evaluating your year evaluating your life and thinking about what you. WanNa do as your growth plan for the next year. So maybe this is the perfect time for you to be prioritizing these skills and saying okay in this next year this is what. I'm going to work on and begin to measure my growth in my competency in this area. Now one thing that people say when I talk about this idea of competence and needing to be competent to lead is people say well. Surely I don't need to know everything about all the roles that I'm GONNA lead. I mean you know. Ceo's don't know everything about everything they lead in. That is absolutely true. You are correct and what I said. There is typically what people say they'll be the CEO the higher you rise in an organization naturally the more you aren't going to know but by the way that brings with it new skills and the people who directly report to them. You better believe. They know a lot about what they're asking. Those people to do. Ceos know what ton about finance and so the CFO chief financial officer reporting to them the CFO might be slightly more experts in finance but the CEO knows a lot. The CEO knows a lot about selling products and moving inventory. Mostly CEOS come from a sales background they come from the revenue generating side of business. And so when they're asking the VP of sales VP. Marketing to put programs together. They know what they're talking about. But let's go back to this objection. Surely I don't need to know everything. It's true but you need to know enough for two things to happen number one for you to be credible and to for you to be able to provide accountability you see. You don't even know enough to know whether what you're asking is possible. It sounds ridiculous is asking too little. If you don't know those things you lack credibility and you need to know enough to at least be credible and then you also need to know enough to hold your people accountable to what you're expecting them to do. Let me give you an example. I was in the software industry for sixteen years and I am not a developer. I've never taken. I've never gotten a computer science degree. I've never written a program I can't say I've never written a line of code of written a few of code but essentially no code but in the software business I moved into management and I began having to manage software developers and people who were in projects who were doing things like database administration and network engineering and things like this. Why didn't know any of that stuff so I didn't become a software developer? I didn't become a network engineer but I did purposely decided to go learn enough to be credible and to hold people accountable so I read tons of books on the actual process of developing software. Water all the steps. What are the best practices? Where are the efficiencies in the inefficiencies? Where did things go off the tracks? When IT COMES TO SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT. Where are the risk typically in those types of projects? I did go learn a lot about software architecture about network architecture about databases and kind of how all that stuff fits together not at the level that I could actually build it myself or trouble. Shoot it myself but I just had a big picture idea so if I'm sitting there and talking to a network engineer I know if they're lying to me and I know how to kind of ask the right questions that level of competency happening and so because that happened I also by the way studied. Project Management and specifically technology project management and. What does it look like to drive a project to delivery on time under budget things like that so even though I didn't ever become a developer or an engineer I knew enough that I could hold those conversations with those team members and they knew I was a credible leader and they knew that I could hold them accountable? That's what you've got to do in whatever area is that you want to lead. You need to be competent enough for all your people to be able to say those two things and so. This is what you're going to do. You're going to develop a growth plan because you're GonNa do it on purpose. You'RE GONNA make a list of every skill you need. You're going to grade yourself. You're going to then prioritize that stuff and make a plan to grow in the one or two areas that would have the biggest impact on your leadership effectiveness if you do that. You're going to massively overcome this issue of personal effectiveness coming to a halt of you resting on your laurels or hitting a brick wall and your personal effectiveness not keeping pace with who you want to be as a leader. By the way when you learn to develop a growth plan like this for yourself you will have created a skill right there. In and of itself building growth plans for people is a skill and it is an essential leadership skill. It's one of the most essential leadership skills you can possess. I've done this entire series on John. Maxwell's book that fifteen invaluable Laws Growth. And if you've gone through that series you know that having a growth plan is absolutely central to your success. If you haven't listened to that go back and listen to those episodes. But here's the thing I'm telling you having that skill allows you now have a secret little trick in your in your bag as a leader because if you will begin to purposely start to help your people develop their own growth plans and you will facilitate them growing towards their goals every single year. You'RE GONNA develop so much influence with those people. It's going to be crazy. It will develop loyalty. It will develop influence. It will develop a passion for what they're doing and for them being a part of your team because when people are growing they feel satisfaction. Growth is one of the most fulfilling things that can happen. The reason people start to feel unfulfilled in life is that they're no longer growing. They're no longer moving towards a worthwhile goal. I've said it many times. Success is not a destination. Success is progressing towards a worthwhile goal when people are growing. They feel amazing. You know. Remember back to when you fell in love for the first time. Why did you feel so amazing? Well one of the reasons I assure you was your life suddenly was full of possibility. The possibilities of that relationship was exciting. What could become was exciting? You know what you were doing there. You were growing towards a worthwhile goal. You had possibility and hope in your future. That's what happens when someone is growing. And if you will get the skill down of constantly thinking to yourself about developing growth plans and it becomes second nature to you to constantly be growing and then you start to facilitate growth in your people own. My Gosh just watch what happens in your life. Just watch what happens in your team. Watch what happens with your leadership effectiveness. It's go absolutely off the charts. So let's review. Here's our action items. We're going to determine to keep growing in our personal effectiveness. We're GONNA be on purpose with that. Secondly we're going to make a list of the skills we need and they were going to raid ourselves on each of those skills. Then we're going to prioritize our gaps. Picking out the one or two things that would make the biggest impact. And then we're going to make a plan to grow in those two areas and then as we start to develop the skill ourselves we're gonNA model it for our people and we're going to help them go through this exact same process. So that's the first. Major leadership challenge developing personal effectiveness. This has been episode one eleven again. Scott Ross online dot com slash. One Eleven I'll have links to all the books that I mentioned as well as some other materials that you can get there and next week guys. We will dive into the next challenge. Which is inspiring high performance in your team. How do you get the highest level performance out of your people until then guys God bless you? I'll talk to you later bye-bye. We hope you have enjoyed this audio program for more resources to further your development as a world class leader Am for success strategies and tactics all areas of your life please visit Scott Ross online dot com and be sure to connect with Scott on facebook and twitter using the ID at Scott Ross Online.

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Amy Wiles - Valentine's Day DJ Set

EDMlivesets & Podcasts

3:07:34 hr | 5 months ago

Amy Wiles - Valentine's Day DJ Set

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Episode 12: James Boehmer | Shiseido Makeup Global Artistic Director

Look Behind The Look

1:23:15 hr | 8 months ago

Episode 12: James Boehmer | Shiseido Makeup Global Artistic Director

"Everyone has a podcast right now. And i use anchor to create this one. I'll tell you why it's free. I could stop right there. But there's more anchor will distribute your podcast for you. So it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. So many more there's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer and anger will help you monetize with no minimum listenership. Everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. Welcome to look behind the look. The new podcast that examines iconic looks in film television music and fashion history. I'm your host. Tiffany bartok hello and welcome to a new day. It's a new day in america. I already feel a hundred percent lighter. And i'm ready to receive positive change. How about inauguration was great and this month has been surprisingly busy. I've had the honor of talking to some incredible artists. That i have yet to share with you and i've been so thrilled to hear your reactions in all forms in reviews comments on social. Dm's texts. i hope you know that. Gives me and kelly and jason nicolle. Who has sleeved way on this project. So much you'll to keep going when you engage with us. I realize that you have a lot of content to choose from and the fact that you spend time with us makes all of our hard work worth it today. I'm going to share with you. My conversation with james bomer. James is the global artistic director for shiseido makeup. He is a masterminded product development. We got into it. Let me tell you to prepare you. This is eight. Do dive into creating innovative products. And james it was so generous to share his time and his inspiration process and philosophies with me. Don't forget to follow. James analogy as well. James aaron bomer for some beautiful art for your feed. He is full of amazing information that he's sharing with all of us today. And i hope you enjoyed this episode and thing. Don't forget that if you're listening to this you can see all the looks that we're referencing if you watch the pod via youtube so enjoy i james. Thank you so much for joining me today. I have james bomer with me today. And i am going to just we have so much to talk about today and your history in this industry is so wide and there's so much to say an so. I just really want to get started. Because i want to get it all in here. I know you from nour's times. And i know you're artistry from then when i was like such a fan geeking out over everybody who was the big thing in industries and you're work is incredible obviously and you were working with the brand when when i came to know your work and i Now you're at shiseido. Of course and i we met in person. Finally at the kevin con premier in the hamptons and it was so great. And i found out a little bit and so I just. I'm so happy that you agreed to do this. Because i've been wanting to talk to you. Share all that you know about creating a makeup line for an iconic brand and all the accomplishments that you can speak on. So why don't you tell us a little bit about how you got into the business. Yeah of course. I'm also so excited to be here. Thanks that maybe not. Everyone knows that we also have a really good mutual friend. Justin teodoro who did a lot of the animation for the opening credits of your movie. And i know justin really well. So that was that was. Actually what brought me to the premiere of the kevin documentary in hamptons So i'm also very grateful for that little chance meeting happy to be here and and doing this While i'm not really anywhere. I'm in my. I'm in my apartment. But here in your i know right. You've carved out the time that's all we can do now It's always so hard. I mean it's always. It's always interesting to figure out where to start. I i always been. I guess a fan of a beauty makeup specifically and i think for me as a as a kid growing up in the mid west You know i i. I felt like this whole notion of glamour and you know maybe artifice performance Was was always such a beacon to me and was always something that i was attracted to from from a young age so i i always remember You know lighting In camera effects in movies or on television magazine editorials. All of that sort of it. Paints this this this moment. I think that was always very influential. I i what i thought i was going to do was actually be more in front of the camera and more sort of performer. I wanted to dance and that was about. Yeah so i. I sort of that was always my dream and i sort of started Studying dance a little bit too late. I i started you know as i was becoming a teenager so so my discipline i might. Commitment was not really there. I wanted to be. You know stupid teenager like like everyone did so. I think it's interesting. I sort of fell into makeup. I think sort of Organically host my dreams a performing. You know because. I was adjacent olive that as a teenager. I sort of fell into doing makeup on my friends and doing makeup myself. You know i. I was in high school in the nineties when the late eighties. Early nineties during all of back. Great expression The supermodel moments grunge no eyebrows. You know all of that. Sort of moment so i feel like i was very experimental personally and then when i when i started college I just sort of connected with people in my arts college and chicago that were making student films. That were doing performance So that sort of i guess solidified this idea of makeup and then i sort of just pulled it out of a hat honestly because i decided to drop out of college and i had to tell my dad what i was going to do as a career and i just said sort of make up is what i'm going to do as he his dreams of you being a professional dancer were trashed and now your makeup artist. I don't think anyone in my family was ever as into the dreams up. Maybe coming like a professional dancer performer. Okay that's that's a relief. Like i don't think anyone was i. It was more like honestly. I think my dad was actually a little relieved. When i when i had something to focus on because it was it was always very much Adjacent to i was taking i was taking sewing classes. I was taking studio art classes. I sort of studied everything. I was taking modern. Dance was sort of a non declared art major. And i you know that was probably more frustrating to my dad honestly than like Having a point of view. And and again i i. I was lucky enough. I did this this independent film. A friend of mine in in school Her boyfriend at the time actually got a little bit of money to produce a film in chicago. And i came on board to do costumes and hair and make up just because i sort of was into it and you know i was basically like free labour like all of us were working on this project and the producer that was on. That was working on the film. Liked me and i guess saw some moxie and me. I don't know what you call it. And then i started booking work with him. Shortly after on on commercial work and on television so it it sorta became. I mean from that first little job. I started working in. That drew through him really i. I met other makeup artists in the industry. I started working with. I'm ed assisting other makeup artists in chicago. Not really on anything Initially nothing major like lots of catalog work commercial work But it was a start and it. It gave me sort of might entrance into the industry. And then at the same time i i realized that you could also sort of supplement your income and get free product and sort of stay connected to two brands really more on the brand side. I started working on like the retail. End of make started working at barney's i'm in chicago and just that sort of odd developed relationships that i started with with brands. And that's that's what led to my very long tenure at nour's actually so barney's what what college were you at. I was at columbia college. It's okay in chicago the whole time. Yeah okay and the where were you born. I grew up in. Saint louis and i was there. I left for chicago with a friend of mine from high school I did one semester of community college before before going to chicago so i moved to chicago. In march of ninety four was such an interesting time. Any culturally Zeitgeist fashion at the moment. For sure that moment of the supers and the moment of you know kevin and francois and all of that you know that incredibly inspiring moment so yeah i think it was by the time i started working for the brand. Nour's in chicago at barney's and that sort of just developed The relationship that sort of evolved over the years. What was the chicago scene like. I don't really know a lot about it. I was in portland oregon so everything seemed glamorous to me but was did chicago feel like did you have a yearning to go to new york or did you feel satisfied in chicago. I think always wanted to go to new york actually from saint louis from enough i mean i think my my initial thought was that i would. I would go to new york. I knew that i would end up in new york. I'm chicago was just sort of closer closer to home. Not and i think also. Because i i you know. I had an attraction to the city. I've been there you know as a teenager and and it seemed like an interest- interesting place to be I think there was excitement in chicago. Especially at that time just because of being a young person and my home for the first time so i think probably like everything seemed glamorous to me right a everything seemed like a first. Everything seemed new But definitely like the I think this idea of performance like you know because of the people that i've met in school on meeting people that were studying fashion design meeting artists filmmakers performance artists and again. I think there was this Affinity a in that in that group that network of people so it was sort of like really quickly all of that access. I found myself in the middle of all that That world which it's very different from from growing up In missouri. so so yeah all was inspiring. I think the fashion part of it. I think which which was always something that i really loved and and i always always wipe poured over fashion magazines. I you know my my bedroom. Walls were plastered with tears from magazines. And so i. I was always very attracted to that world and i think it was a harder world to come by in chicago because so much of the industry in chicago is obviously more commercial. So i had my opportunity. I i worked with fashion makeup artists in chicago. But it wasn't. I feel like that part of my career to really start. Until i started traveling and working in new york even before i moved and then obviously when i moved which was two thousand three That's when i feel like that sort of that part of the Industry in the world sort of opened up right right right i. I wonder if i always think of like the kids. Who don't know you know what i mean. The kids out there who don't know always wanted wonder i wanna say like do they. Could they possibly understand what we felt in those department stores. In that department store culture you know like do they. There's sephora now and there's youtube right these are the two outlets right. So so i feel like nobody can ever really understand unless you were there that community behind the counter and the whole culture of it and it was like a city and that was your neighborhood. Your nour's was your neighborhood but you lived in this city of barney's and how didn't you feel like you arrived like didn't you feel like this. Is it like totally. I think that's such an. I mean it. Is you know i think because we live in such a different world. Now we have so much more access to everything you know because of our devices and because of the internet and because of social media so there was something really interesting about I think you know being a teenager growing up in a small town Really having to sort of seek out All of those things that you were interested in like you had to like there was only one bookstore in saint louis where i could get copies of italian folk or there was only like one movie theater that would like play sort of like art house. Stones i mean i remember seeing my own private idaho brains. Exploding things like that. I just not having access to everything like we do now. is is one big part of it and then to your point when you land in this environment of like a department store i think especially department stores like arnie's In the ninety s they were so exclusive The the products and the designers and the wears that they they actually carried Were were really hard to find. A really. Like the only points of distribution you could find so not just getting like john paul gauthier top or like how laying jeans but also being able to get like norris lipstick or allah is shadow or makeup rubber foundation there was such like an exclusivity and things. So you did almost feel like Gatekeeper a little bit right. You felt like an insider. I felt like an insider and against your point of this community like you sort of become one of those like retail. Kids i guess you you. It becomes part of the community that you're in so so not only this community of artists and filmmakers don designers and whatnot. Then you also had this sort of Community of people that were sort of these insiders in fashion quote unquote. You know so. It was like an education where the making i always say that like those those formative years like you know i would say like you know when i arrived in chicago to probably ninety eight ninety nine like that seemed like my my education actually more than my limited experience in college I was only there for just under two years. Total but like the i guess the real life experience starting to work assisting people Doing jobs that were like you know. Now i look back in them and i'm like oh my god. If anyone saw this now. I would be mortified so merit learned so much through trial and error. So yeah i mean it was such a special time. I'm i remember when you know when barney's Finally closed its doors. I mean for me that was that was really a bitter sweet and really heartbreaking because it was always a part of my career very beginning. And then you know through my almost twenty years with nour's because nour's as a brand launched arnie's francois had a long career Doing the ad campaigns for barneys. So there was there was just such a part of You know my narrative that would that was so leaked to barney's my. My ex boyfriend was on in visuals barney. So it was like my family was was was in was in that organization so Yeah i mean we have the internet. Now we have google. The good thing is you. Can you can still see all of those great. You can sort of dig them up. That is the positive that it's all there. I say to my son all the time we used to have to go to the library for and spend all your time in record stores. Which i actually still do. It's funny. it's like one of my favorite things. Just like to get in the car and drive like i sort of like find bookstore like somewhere in long island or new jersey or until mania that i've never been to and just sorta go and spend the afternoon You know digging in a used bookstore. I love that too. I do love that too. i miss. I missed her records for for that for that daydreaming as well flipping through things and daydreaming so so at rs you were trained like can you talk a little bit about The corporate culture. And how you stay creative within a corporate culture because a lot of people would see it as like coloring inside the lines. A little bit but you manage to still innovate and very much be original. So how how does that relationship work making something something that i mean like so many of those brands in the nineties. I think something that Dinars brand did that was released special. It just always it always held onto you. It's very specific brand point of view. So i think that that release speaks volumes to france. Nour's as a creative director. And also the relationship that francois had with schettino corporation which ended up acquiring dinars brand. I think in in the early two thousands But always really maintains the integrity and the dna of the brand. So i do think like. I mean i did a little bit of everything You know there which. I found very interesting again. It was a real. It was a really good. My education like first and foremost being a you know having steady timing retail environment. So you visit stores. You're you're you're working with real women in real customers which such a great that's a great education like yes. You approach it much more solving a problem when we know when you're on said you can do whatever you want and you're sort of creating this image or creating like fantasy. It's it's a different approach. And i knew what you learn in In the real world and like retail environment as you learn how to correct and over tweets eyebrows. or like. Make someone's face look slimmer or cover. A breakout in ordeal with like texture in the skin so Those those are really really things that are such a big part of of your education. And i also think interesting because if you know if you're somebody who likes people i'm i am the person i i connect with people. I love to spend time with people. I i do. Think there's that There's something really special about that exchange. You know you have that magic that connection when it comes to you know meeting somebody in such an intimate environment and from the corporate side. Yeah i mean. I like especially when i started traveling for the brand so when we would have advance i would sort of go to wherever it would be so You know if it was an in store event in florida i would go if it was like a fashion show that we were doing in new york. If it was like a store event like you sort of just became one of those team members that just sort of went everywhere. And then. When i moved to new york I think sorry having a light flash. I like it. I like is very very dramatic. Yeah the i. When i when i moved to new york i had already started assisting jakko. Who was the makeup director for the brand at the time You know when. I could and then when i moved to new york i basically just became more available to work with her so then i started working with her on editorial shoots campaign shoes Getting some celebrity clients ready. And then like i said that the minute i landed in new york I started working more in the industry. I guess definitely. But then i also started doing more for the brand. I started to deal more with education. I started to deal more with our product development team. You sir just sort of getting. Because i had access to the brand. I moved to know leader and the office at the time for norris was up on broadway. I lived on maat street so i was three blocks away so it was also like. I'm on this. They were living the life. Like come micron like a geographical brennan. It was literally like james is down the street. He can be at the office and you know five minutes whatever survey but you know then i started. I started traveling internationally. A like shortly. After i moved to new york. I went to japan and hong kong for the first. I'm because that was a big part of what was happening for the brand or the bram. We're distributors widening distribution and launching in foreign markets. So i was. I was one of the artists that was really responsible for that. So so again. That work. You know and then that led to starting to work on campaigns with francois and like One of my favorite experiences of my time at nour's was doing Make up for the make up your mind. Express yourself honestly i think for me. It was such an amazing experience because You know it was. It was land koro and i know you also know You know an amazing part of my experience in part of my family and such an incredible makeup artist We worked really closely with francois on on sort of everything that was happening for the brand. And i know i won't speak for her but i'll speak for myself. I was really honored to have the opportunity to do. Make up for the book because it's it's so than an ad campaign or how the editorial because it's like a book it exists for every day and it's interesting i think again speaking to you know what an innovator and what a creative mind and what a forward thinking person. I'm francois is even the format of the book is like square Before and after. I mean it's what it's like. What website products ages looked like. It's way instagram beauty tutorials. Look like you know where he really sort of demystify the makeup application. You take before and there's a bellum that overlays over the book so that you can literally see where each product is applied and then you get the after And that was really always his goal. Was that like it's like. It's you know there's so much mystery like Secrecy that sort of like that makeup artist or shrouded and right. It's like is this this miracle. That only i know how to do i only. I know how to make your eyebrow bigger. I don't how to correct your lip. This really demystified the art of makeup and made it so much more accessible. And and i think what was really interesting about that Experience to is that we we worked on real people instead of models so it was like there were The age the age group that was represented in the people that we shot for that was like sixteen to i think seventy two and so it was also getting tones very diverse and of course the genders. Yes so so. This is the second book that you were the second one like that. Yes so the first book that francois Worked on was. Make up your mind. And i think that was done i think around nineteen nineteen ninety eight or ninety nine and then the second book was was making your might express yourself which i think we launched in. Maybe two thousand ten two thousand eleven somewhere around there. I realized i didn't have that book. And i had a little bit my went i went to the you know how man i thought i had both of them and speaking out so yes i think it was later. 'cause i don't know how that happened because i would i was I definitely got the first one way it was. It was so great to. I think like you know i mean. We shot that book for months Which i often think about that. Just you know in in. I think about it in relationship to like how we all work now. I think we work a lot faster. We weren't a lot less of a time commitment. And i think just to be able to you know. We shot that for a solid We really had time to create. Those looks really had time to It was it was just a slower time. And i think it's like i. Just the whole experience was was just so lovely like shooting the models finding their angles sort of like deciding what we were going to do. What type of like image we were going to portray and i think how process how is that process. Was it like. Let's do a very dramatic look in the new. Like for example. I talked with linda a little bit. About how for some reason. It's okay that you did this. Deep smokey eye so bold purple and also this wine colored lipstick which is no one does that. Why does this work. You know it's interesting. Because i think like you know again just such such a great always such a great experience working with francois but i think one thing that i really learned from him and i think especially on bat shoot specifically an insert on on lots of other experiences and shoots that i had over the years but i think with that experience. What was really interesting Was the sort of celebration of spontaneity and not planning something too much and not over thinking it like really being in the moment and Giving yourself is opportunity to play Because we were working with real real women in real men. We weren't working with models. Part of the discovery of the process was like finding the angles. So francois would photographs down in very beautiful light so like the before is just as the after but released sort of finding angles at we all felt like they look the most powerful or the most attractive and and then we would sort of build the look from there. Okay like she looks. She has such a beautiful. Natkin has such a great. So let's do like a release stretched out. I and then i don't know he'll he would say something like think about grace jones or like think about like you know thinking about like marisa berenson and not that was always how francois works to was very much Reference and the sort of language of reference. So that was a big part of how we communicate like You know he would. He would throw out a reference to a film or like an icon of hollywood or fashion. And you would sort of create the look based on that and and i think again to me. That's like dots. dot was part of why. I always really wanted to work with francois. I mean. I think that's why his work always spoke to me as i got that That insider wink. You know like that little bit of like growing reference to syllabi barten- and if only if you know break ten what you get this color combo or will you get this sort of cheeky reference and such a sense of humor and i think that's something that i find is missing a lot in the industry at large like everything so serious and and i don't know why it should be i mean it's it's the least serious thing we do. We put like makeup in color on our that. You don't wear. That's supposed to make us feel badder and more powerful and we're confident and it's it shouldn't be serious so I think the answer your question like why did it work to do like a really strong is a really strong whip. I think there's always something about the balance. And and i think that's something the iowa's really think about As sort of always thought about in my career as like what coco. Chanel said about like take one thing one thing read you know. So maybe it's about how you leave the skin. The skin is more fresh when you do a strong ireland or maybe You know when you do a really heavy contour on the face you you don't do as much on the liberal is so there's something about like what you what you don't do i think is as important to what you do and that's really in the artistry right till i that's not something you can teach or learn you're just like what's the one thing and then and then you instinctually know that right. Arkansas trial trial trial and error. Yeah i mean. I think some of it may be is instinctual. I think there's i think there is part of that is that but then i also think you know when you i mean. I've been doing this for twenty five years something like that. I won't tell anybody. It's something that i've done and i i think you learn what works and what doesn't and i think oftentimes And i think again. This is really about like makeup artists. Photographers stylists like the teachers. The people that i've worked with Have cultivated that. And i think that so often. It's about you. Try something. And i think that's that's sort of part of the job at least that's what it always has been like. You try something. If it doesn't work you take off and you do something else you you learn what works from doing and i think sometimes making mistakes and you know maybe sometimes you're you're you're being a little bit too much in the moment if you're following what's happening with the trend. Maybe you're maybe you're doing something that is like not as authentic to what you really think and you try and you realize okay. That didn't work for me. I don't like when the skin looks like this. I don't like that much foundation. Are i don't like none of i make upper i like when the mascara company not clean like you. You develop all of these little characteristics that then really start to formulate your point of view and i think that's something that's so interesting what i've always been attracted to in the makeup industry and why i love makeup artists you know is because we're like minded and i will never do something the same as someone else even if we have the same grieve Will approach it in a different way. We we all have our own sensibilities and we have our own touch. We all have our own I guess our own feelings we inject into our work. So there's there's room for everybody's expression. And i think that's so beautiful. That's that's my favorite thing about. It is really all going back to the access of you know having access to everybody's work or having access via social media To follow like emerging artists to follow you know emerging style icons that that are sort of you know existing in this different realm. I mean it's the same thing that we did. Twenty years ago with magazine editorials. It's just now all digital. So it's it's i still find it. You know really inspiring and really really exciting. I think you know flashing forward to what i've done with. Justino like seeing generation of artists can act in response to the products that i've created is like the most rewarding thing That i could ever think about. I mean more than maybe as much as like having a real person You know like the product. Obviously that's the most important thing but when when make up artists like the product like the payoff the texture the color the performance and use it in their work. That's also So rewarding to me as well. Well i i was so lucky to be at the makeup launch of the line that you created wasn't even two years ago time is flying. I feels like it was yesterday. But i forgot this year doesn't count so it was yesterday but just seeing i i always say on this podcast especially that i just love good things happening to good people and to see how you were enjoying how everybody was loving and testing and something that you created all. Can you explain what that feels like. Not everybody gets to experience something like that. That regular people are geeking out over your creation. It's it's it's it's still actually one of those like You know. I have those i have. I'm probably like a lot of people. I one of the things. That's the hardest for me. Is to really truly live in the moment. I think that you know Especially with you know. development guidelines which were always in development of something. That's launching two years from now. Her we work so far in advance. So we're always in the future in a certain respect. I think fashion industry always like that too. You're always six months ahead of everybody. So you almost negate this idea of like living in the present so adding those moments You know having like like when we launched the brand and like actually celebrating and actually having moments as sort of like let it again. It's it's crazy. I mean i think i i'm incredibly humbled to be some you know like gay freak from you know the suburbs up missouri. That was able to you. Know was was given the opportunity to reimagine one of the oldest makeup brands In the world it's it's totally crazy and Totally amazing and what an opportunity. And i still have those entry moments like i get excited when you know someone sends me. Dm on instagram. That's like you know. I just wanted to let you know that i love the foundation. I wanted to let you know that. Like this color blah blah blah. You know all of those little things like they mean so much because obviously you know I think this part of my career and sort of product development creating an identity for brand you know doing the imagery creating the like voice in the language and all of that. It is such a part me you know. It's it's such a part of my personal interpretation of of the brand and What i love about the brand. And what i've always been inspired by You know and and sort of putting my spin on it so you know any sort of Ill reaction this is just an incredible. Yeah it's it's And yeah i mean it's like it's we sort of but then you sort of move onto. I mean that's the thing it's like we've been. We started this project Unofficially in two thousand fifteen. I was sort of You know thinking about conceptualizing things and then as the team was built To to put the team in place that was required so the marketing people and the products actual product development people and hack gene and You know the visual merchandising. All event like we sort of put together staggered between two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen and launched in two thousand eighteen so You know we were able to sort of we did. I do feel like we had a lot of time to really think about it and and decide what it was that we wanted to do. And what our point of view was what elements of the brand we were going to highlight and and what was going to inform our storytelling moving forward But then now it's like now. We're just on that cycle where it's like. You just keep moving like it's like you know okay. Well we were launching this in january and then we'll move onto the next thing so i don't even know if that answered the question at all. It's no it did it. It really did. Because you know it's interesting if you realize one film and you have a slate of films and you're like okay so and then you start analyzing things in your life. People are responding to this film and so that means that this film is going to serve this purpose. And i understand the puzzle pieces of looking at the big scope of how this lays in the scheme of things that you're going to do and those are all things that you have to think about. When you're you know thinking big artist thanks to you. Because i think you know and i think sometimes for me personally. The most difficult things are exactly those like the difficulty lies in the editing. Right the hot and you know this is like from from from making films like so much of the magic so many of the things that you really love and the you really response to in a really personal like end up not being seen by anybody and i think that's the same thing You know with the work. I do whether it's in product. I mean i can't tell you how many shades and how many formulas and how many textures we haven't launched have just stayed internal for whatever reason we we walk away from And even just injury like imagery for ad campaigns imagery for social imitator worked for all i about that he sort of overshoot. I liked overshoot. Be so that we have options again on. So you feel like you're getting the the truest expression. I guess but yes so much so much of what what we do you. You don't actually see what when you're editing. What does it tie back to like. You talk about the voice and things. What do you like in a film. It would say. I i would say i love this call with the psychic. We have to have it in the movie but somebody would be like tiffany. Doesn't tie back to any of your themes. And i'm like what what do you weigh. Things against i think part of it is part of it. Is that like if it's if it's if it's may be too far outside of the the voice or the code that we sort of set for the brand that's that's Valuation and then at the end. Who comes up with the voice james. The who how you is. I mean it's a it's a group so like so we the team that i'm on which is based in new york for shiseido makeup is Were were very small team that works directly with our headquarters which is based in tokyo. So it's sort of like a it's a it's a group effort. We all sort of put our heads together and say okay. Yes this works no. It doesn't yes. this seems ri- teat. What you were saying earlier. Also part of it is like what have we. What is the consumer responded to. What have what what's working. What's not who oaten. No argument of it is like how do we amplify what's working at the same time as like being open to like an experimenting with something that is is new and trying something different. So it's definitely a consensus right like it's it's it's it's people on our communication team people on our marketing team people Sort of just at in the brand in in tokyo. I think everyone has sort of about it. And you sort of just. I guess you noodling knesset until you until you on something that everyone agrees on commerce too. That's the other thing. I always think about like You know i'm i'm not creating You know i'm not doing make up for a stone that is gonna esoteric and is going to be is just for mood or is just for You know it's just performance. I mean i. I love doing that as well in my career. But like what i do for shiseido's ultimately You want people to be attracted to it. You hope that people attracted to people resonate respond and that employers them to try the product. So i think there's there's it's very different from just i guess blind creation like like i might like i'll use this example. Everyone at shiseido will kill me for saying this. But i'll say it anyway. I love yellow against the i. Yellow is a shade that is probably historically. The lowest performing is shadow. But you know. I wanted to do a yellow eyeliner since we launched the brand finally launching it in may of next year or thirty pounder. No but it sort of about level setting the expectation. Right like i know that. I don't think that the yellow although it's really expressive in cool. And i think that there's a lot of things you can do with it. I don't think it's going to be. It's not gonna sell as much as a black eyeliner but to have the opportunity to put that expression personality in arranged. Yeah no managing expectation knowing that like the black liner is always going to sell more than the teal or the yellow or the white But you still want to do the. Te'o the yellow and white. I have your. I loved the why why love it. I love it. And the forget it. I mean i love love. Love love love. When i think of shiseido i think of skin care and like the perfect skin and i think that's been like of course i think of you know how the makeup makes my skin look better. You know and how did the how did that come to be an is. That still thought when you're creating things for the line. I think that that most people feel that way. Is that true. I don't know. I mean and that was something that we really we. We sort of landed on before we created. Anything really was this. I you know when we part of the initial development when when the team sort of put together was was speaking to consumers speaking to artists speaking to editors speaking to You know people in and out of the industry that that know about the shiseido brandon. I think historically our heritage has always been in skincare. We've always had makeup products as well. But i think what people know about shiseido what people are really loyal to In the brand is skin-care and understanding of Shiseido understand because of their research and the art and science the fusion of art and science. They understand skin texture. They understand understand like Safety all of those things that are real hallmarks of the brand so when we were thinking about makeup we knew that it had to correlate with like couldn't just be Make up for makeup sake had also be something from a textural point of view. We wanted something that stout like skincare. That fell weightless that felt very invisible. That felt releasing soil so that it was this new experience and makeup fuel abby Because i think that's one thing you know. I think from a makeup artist point of view. I'll always say you can. You can speak to this too like the skin. Prep is always makes the makeup on beautiful. How you manipulate the foundation or how you manipulate is shadow or the lipstick is is sort of secondary to wet. The skin really looks like and i think for trading skin in like a very alive very vibrant healthy sort of way is something that has always been important to me as an artist and i think translating this state of dna into a makeup line at eight. That was the most important thing that we could do. Is this idea of no matter what you're wearing on the skin complexion and blush highlighter. Eliminator or it being an ice shadow eyeliner lipstick. Whatever is that it had to have this surprising element of like weightlessness. I'd like an interesting texture. Something maybe that you have felt before or just the idea pure weightlessness so that you never felt on even if you have a lot of makeup on you never steal the weights. So that was something that i think That's that's sort of always are marching orders. When it comes to any product that we develop and i think I think that's what people respond to it it. It feels really different on. It's a very different approach to make up. you know. oftentimes. I think especially as we've all experienced when makeup has a lot of performance when makeup his long wear when make-up's waterproof when make up his Stays on on. Sometimes that really denigrates the comfort of the formula and it makes it feel early. Sort of horrible you know if you feel suffocated by your waterproof long wearing performative makeup that that is not a good sign on. That was the thing it was like. I think there is an element of surprise. Like we you know. I think for all of us You know that worked on this project. I think we were and still you know all of us. That are still working on this project. Something that was really important for us to feel things that we hadn't seen or like to reinterpret or reimagined something that i'd seen so We're launching a foundation In january that is all about light and light optics and light reflect on it. And it's it's amazing and it's it's release something like you know again. We think about like how we how we started approaching this product. Was you know there are. There are people among us that like coverage when it comes to foundation. Want something that feels like really comfortable rehydrating on. But that's also gonna make your skin look flawless and a lot of times when you build a heavier fuller coverage in a foundation. It doesn't feel good. So how do you not only make it. look like your best skin. jubal. So how does it handle light because you know. I think any makeup artist photographer. Anybody that's worked. You know any any amount of time on it. I mean even all of us now as we are adapting spending our life in front of you might write for lighting. Is everything right. So how do you. How do you incorporate light optics and light diffusion in light reflection into a formula that actually optimizes the look of your skin that gives you this like illuminated. Lifted look With a full coverage. That feels comfortable. So that's What this foundation. That we're launching in january is is all and it's i think it's it's interesting because it's it's really modern. I think that's what we challenge our our in d. team and our chemists that formulate olive our our textures and formulas like we really challenged them to do something that hasn't been done and to maybe take something that exists in one product and is adapted to another mike Our previous foundations refreshing foundation which is a along where performance product is based on some care technology so it was never really put into makeup. So we're like happen if you put it into make up. What if we what would happen if we have that formula that would be activated by oil and humidity instead of like broken apart because of it. So so that's i think the interesting thing about working for a brand like shiseido is like the resources that we have to sort of reimagine and reinterpret something Is what we what we always try to do. I e developing them here or in japan so a combination of both we have Our headquarters is in is based in tokyo and we have Innovation center in tokyo on. We also have an innovation center. That's based in new jersey We have an innovation center in china. i believe we're opening another innovation center in singapore or malaysia so it's a little bit of every everywhere like we. We sort of do some of it. Here of some of their It's all based on on the really the formula itself so so those two foundations that you just brought up. They are different because one is lobbying wearing and one is one is going to be. It's going to be lighter intact. It's it's interesting because both of them are really lightweight in texture so they're both weightless I'm it's almost the different a- different needs so allie right so the self refreshing foundation which launched in two thousand nineteen which was which was such a great experience. It was the first time shiseido brand has had such an inclusive names. I mean there's ev. The campaign is beautiful. It's gorgeous and was an interesting way. That was like a way for me to bring in my love of dance so the whole thing was about. Now how did you do that. How are they are they from a certain company or so we we actually for the film. Further self refreshing launch we We worked with this really amazing Choreographer named brian. Who does a lot of work. you'd for film for television. He sort of most famous or choreographing. Like olive cia's videos and earlier. I'm chandelier and so he did the choreography and we it was because of a formula is all about movement And it's fights things that typically fight Makeup where so oil and humidity in sweat and also facial movement so like expressing expression Moving your face around. Typically you know the makeup settles into right and as i get miserable bit older going on these exact as we get older everywhere so we thought there was an interesting way to tell the story of the technology through movement and through jap so that was sort of not How that started in then sort of moving so it's sort of again it's a it's a reinterpretation of like what longer formula typically feel like. I'm it's very natural finish. I'm it gives you a flawless luck but it looks like skin Sort of a natural matte finish and it's and it lasts for twenty four hours so it's really for somebody who wants i think performance Maybe somebody who was a little bit earlier. Somebody who has a little bit more combination skin or somebody really just wants makeup. That's not going to budge. Radiant fifteen is more radiant lifting his the new one. The new one. Yes so so. It's it's i don't want to say that it is For a more mature customer but it is for somebody wants more coverage. So i would say for somebody who needs coverage if you have hyper pigmentation if you have darkness if you have uneven skin tone But also if you if you have dryness if you want something that's going to be more hydrating this formula delivers moisture for twenty four hours. And then the technology and the sort of Optics is about how it illuminates the skin in in any light. So if you like more of a radiant finish than add more matt natural finish. This might be something that you like so But from a weight and a texture they both. They both feel really light weight on the skin. I'm obsessed with it already. I hey i can taste it. It's amazing and i think one thing that was really exciting. This is the first This is the first campaign that we're launching with hunter. Schafer who as our on brand ambassador who. I'm so excited to have her on board. I think You know this this is. This is the first product campaign that that she's fronting for the brandon. I think you know again in the in the in the creative storytelling. You know we or telling the story about light and the idea about like Feeling illuminated with light. And i think In the literal sense of were talking about the finish in the and the formula and the benefit of the products. I think we're also using hunter as a metaphor of This beacon of hope and and light and illumination and you know this this representation of a new standard of beauty. I think she she really represents that him. I'm so excited. she is working with us. It was Something that really means a lot to me. So you'll see more with hunter on moving forward. Do you want to tell people might not know hunter. A little bit about hunter. And how this how this happened. This collab- so i think so. So if hunters has been somebody who's who's been in the in the industry and the fashion industry for quite some time and You know i think she's. She's always represented this really This this really powerful interesting point of view it in beauty and part of part of what was happening prior and sort of during during our sort of collaboration with hunter west She was cast in the show. Hbo show you for you So anyone who. Maybe hasn't seen euphoria you know it's it's something that was really interesting. You fauria was dislike. Gen z sort of zeitgeist of makeup and almost nine the beauty in the show and i think the beauty of the show is that the makeup of the beauty looks really almost became part of the character and part of the expression. I think i'm not just hunter. But like the show. Also stars in dia Barbie ferrera alexa demi. There's so there's all of these sweeney sweetie. Maude apt how It's this great cast of characters. That are just. I think bringing this new language in beauty And i think you know. I knew about hunter before. Am and that is euphoria. It was sort of starting it was like oh my god. We need hunter For shiseido. it's so perfect. It's perfect alignment just bringing this different approach to make Maybe a younger approach but also in artistic approach and you know aside from being Being an actress she's also an artist so bringing this level of artistry to make up which i think should inherently be there But i think what we hope hunter on. It promotes dialogue of like disbanding. The rules having a little bit more fun being playful and and just Integrating your own point of view and your own artistic Point of view into into how. You wear. Makeup lena she she said something like early on when we were starting to create content with her. She's like somebody who likes select draw on my face like like literally drawing my face and i'm like that's that should be what we're doing more more people should be into that you know like why does it have to be a conventional island. Mike take it. Take it out to temples drawing your forehead. Draw round your mouth like so. She just encaptures. This really modern st lean of beauty and were were so excited to share more with what we're dream center. It would be nice to bring back artistry to the beauty industry. The hell would be great. Such a no brainer right. That's totally a no brainer. This was. This was a story that i did. I i think it was two thousand nine or two thousand ten Working with with one of my favorite photographers. Tony kim Who i did a lot of beauty work with him and this was For a magazine. My good friend keith. Pollick at the time was the editor in chief ups magazine short. That's no longer around and be word channel. Lean warhol superstars On the sheet and so the model is as andrea pejic who cast because we thought that she really embodied the spirit of of warhol and like warhol superstars so when we i'm conceptualize the shoot. We sort of were going to transform her into iconic iconic characters from from the the warhol factory days and including andy So the image. That you're talking about is actually andrea as andy warhol in drag Which is sort of all kinds of meta because You know i just the idea of gender bending the idea of different representations of gender the idea of transcending i think gender which is something that i've always thought personally about. I think that's as part of white hunter is such a perfect affiliation which saito I think it's part of why you know when we were talking earlier about the makeup your might express yourself images like i've never thought about gender as being something. linear Especially when it comes to makeup. Makeup is sort of for everyone so this opportunity. This shoot was really interesting just to the idea of transforming And i think so often as a makeup artist you don't. You're doing makeup to groom. You're doing makeup to essentially like the character. Maybe you're working with the celebrity and you're just you know she always wears red lipsticks or you're putting red lipstick on this was a real to transform somebody and we'd to to showcase makeup as a vehicle for transformation and showing andy and nico and candy darlene eighty sedgwick. It was just Oftentimes you don't you. Don't get that opportunity. I guess in your in your work to to show all of your Bells and whistles and tricks and that was just it was memorable to me. Because i'm i'm i'm a huge warhol fan. I'm so inspired by Doc era and all of those people in that moment in pop culture and sort of again thinking about how forward thinking and how prophetic you know. Andy really was about like full idea. Everyone is gonna be famous for fifteen minutes. You know his postage stamp size. Portrait's that are now like the model for instagram post. It's like it's like we live on. That actually was you know. Sort of created some time in the sixties or seventies by this very forward thinking artists so Yeah i just. I loved that shoot. I think it also speaks a lot about me personally. at and it was such a personal Personal moment i mean. I think i've had lots of opportunities like that in my career but i think that one for the just everything that sort of Sort of melted together perfectly. It was really one of those moments. Because it's still. It's still really beautiful. The look i mean you know. It's it's really beautiful. It's an it's so timeless in a strange way so what made it timeless that that is at our minds. that's making timeless or is it really timeless. I noticed the craziest question. But i'm just thinking about it. It's interesting because we always use the word. Like and i know that you know the industry over uses lots of words like an. I'm i'm guilty of this. Like your onset. You're talking to an art director or talker first stylists and. It's always like you know there becomes this vernacular of like we wanted to. I wanted to be you know. I wanted to be a conic right like when everyone always says and all went viral iconic very. I think it's like i think like these images to me because like at least for me and like looking through the lens of warhol You know these were his icons. These were his music. And i think that you ask everybody You know speaking about our mutual just in you know the idea of amuse Is something that is is has a lot of longevity in your career. And i don't know that i have one. I have many muses that that sort of inspired mike my work and my career and everything. I do But they are consistent. You have those consistent muses those things that kospi inspire you may be. it's a movie maybe. It's a foul. Maybe it's a piece of art. It's a it's a. it's an opera. Those things are they. They always have that inspiration. So i guess for me why it feels iconic to me and white feels timeless. I guess is because it's high pain. I'm sort of referencing. Something that existed before i and i think that's you know it's it's there's there's sort of need for both of that right. I think you know you. You always wanna try. Do you want to try to create something that hasn't existed before but i think you also You know as artists as creates we also pay homage to the things that have inspired us in the things that have cultivated who we are so. I think I guess that's always the goal. Yeah i know it's it's that's a really well said actually you know and i know morrissey is one of your muses because one of the things i love about you. One of the many things now. These wigs who did this hair so the the the whigs were amazing for this to which which which was also part of the transformation so the The hairstylist his. Name's kenji l. k. Just incredible. And i actually think this was our first time working together on this on this shoot and i was really nervous about it because you probably can attest to this like their hair. Stylists that are really good with rigs than there are hairstylist. Not good with wakes i because so much of the performance of the shoot was really Wig clean on the hair. It's you're sort of like because you know it's like you're like oh my god the wig. The wig isn't working right right right right. Looks like it just looks like a bad way. Like oh my god. This isn't working. The hair error was was was incredible. Oh great eileen. Like i said it was it even just sounded like the portraiture style And the lightning that tony designed really about Capturing the iconic moment and imagery of each of those characters so like you know the the Sort of dots projected on the nico character which was part of a life performance video of like nico of the velvet underground so it was all very much based on sort of bringing these moments to liked And again. I think what i love about that again. That whole story and that whole moment was probably the element of performance. I'm really was performance now. This leopard these aren't the same model show up in the leopard. Can't no no okay. So we talked to me about this poor eyebrows situation. Then tell me about it with. This was not shot in one day. It was shot in one day So we so. We did trying to remember like i can't remember what we did. I but i think we actually did the leopard which is is ted. So i think now it's like i just die. I love it so much. I think it was the first one because we were we were using. We were using andrea like browse before we blocked them. So we did that. I think portrait. I and then that was wearing like the little black sort of pixie wig. I wanted to do eighty cedric as a brunette instead of a blocks because everyone always thinks andrea is a we wanted a little work transformation and then the the niko wig because we knew that it had the bangs. I also knew that we could sort of cover her eyebrows. to sort of use that film The the polkadot sort of red gel sort of effect. So then we did those two loves and then we blocked out Andrea's eyebrows in and she has really arouse naturally and then we did the candy. Darling which is the Purple and the red lip which is my favorite. I think it's sort of the hybrid on and then the very last one was Sort of candy in drag which we knew could be a little bit more like fucked up and messy. You never perfect and like those. Ola rights based on a polaroid of dragon You could sort of see the brow coming through and you see the texture of the makeup so we we sort of bill today Which again is so crazy to think that we did that. We sort of built the day to day. You had a drink after that or definitely having how fun i mean. Oh my god now. What's your secret to the lower to the to getting that pigment on the lower eye liner like. Why does it travel. How do you stop it from traveling. How do you stop. Why does it look so clean here in this easy sedgwick. I think i think one thing you know. It's all about the practice. And i think especially when they're doing anything really precise something that i also learned from francois and years of working with him is like more powder like more loose powder more loose powder more loose outer like loose powder is the thing that like saves your life because it sort of sets everything on it keeps up on and it also creates a little bit of like a diffusion so as loose powder i gets in my. It's makes me look old. I think you have to get a good translucent powder. That doesn't have like too much weight. But i think especially when you're doing the light the precision work like what i would always do. You is usually start with a pencil and sort of like a pencil. That's actually not something that is like easy. Okay easy to remove so you sort of get the shape that you want and then you can go in and clean it up with the cotton swab or whatever and then when you light the sheep that you get i- powder it can then i go in with something more long. We're like liquid or like a long islander so you sort of get the shape first and then go in with something that's like You know like liquid like i love liquid. I always liked fell tip liquids that work more lego mark so that you can just really get in and Sketch thin and then building it or not. That's what i always like to do But that also is one of those things too. I think it's you know when you're actually doing that on someone else. It's always about like the right combination of hack. You had the right amount of caffeine or to my advantage. Because like like an extra coffee. On that day i would have. It would have been like this. Sometimes you just nail it. Sometimes it's like sometimes. I'll be wearing her on the first try and i'm like damn thank god you got it and then other times like you struggle and you take it on and taken off. So what do you do like when you're struggling and you don't want anyone to know like i usually you just i. I've learned again. I think this is something just from Years of working on set. I think you. I think one thing is you. You have to have a plan. You have to have like a direction of where you're going but you also have to be willing to like scrap it all and start over and age direction Because something that sometimes it is also like you might imagine a certain. Look on somebody and you've never worked with that model. You've never worked with that face. And then you get to sat. And you're like oh actually like her is really hooded. And the precise islanders never gonna stay on time. So i'm going to do a smoking islander instead this precise so. I think having the flexibility to adopt. Because like for me like you know. If i have a hooded i my eyebrow brown getting loose It's fallait like do like a sharp. Precise island is all gonna smudged. So i'll do a smokey eye on my shape because it will look better he. I'm still working with what you have in fighting it. I think yes. I also think too if you like if you try something like three times. It's like i never wanted torture someone that much. It's like forget it anytime. Okay this is the third time moving on. I love that. I love that rule. No i know i've been doing. The unknown liquid liners. I've been seeing transfer up here. And i've been like diesel. Islanders used to and then. I'm like no tiffany. Your forty five. That's all i think that's always. It's it's always the it's it's somewhere in the middle right. Because i get that you're using you know. I think that's one thing like you know. I remember having this conversation. A lot with like Clients when i was when i was still wearing is very much the beginning of my career this idea of problem solving like Somebody would say well. My eyeliner always rubs off on my crease or my planner leads or my blush. Doesn't stay on and senator job to figure are actually the three things. Those are actually check check check. I feel like when i was a counter girl. Like that's my life those three questions one after another. They're universal problems. I think you've you know part of it is. You can approach it with like. I have a great product. That's going to like psalm. All of your issues on its long. Wear this and it's easy to use. And that's that is definitely one inc arnovitz the product armaments. How you're using the product so like understanding if you're doing something weird and your application and then part of it is honestly just the reality that worth three dimensional real warm living breathing creatures are gonna do things too like you know our makeup and the products that we wear so Realistic like you know my one of my girlfriends who always wore very precise you know bowl red lip or her whole life. She's like my lips aren't what they used to be deflating. My i'm getting minds around my mouth. I'm gonna wear a transparent red lipstick instead of a matte. Lipstick doesn't never read but just changing the formula. That's great yeah that's great. I like that problem solving it really. I mean what what. What did i want to ask you. Oh yes so there. There again is the smoky on the lower which is always the goal but never achieved by many. This is the true true talent. And you know when you. I think one thing that i've always told people when you are doing smokey eye versus a really graphic or sharp by a smoky. I and again something that i learned from working with francois. It's like i always hear these words in my ad like a smokey. I should be like a cloud so like you should never have like hard edges so like which also means that you can take a smoky. I like out to your temple or up to your eyebrow or like down to your cheek is as long as it's like blended and doesn't have like a hard start and stop. It will look beautiful and it also really frames. The i I think that's one thing that make up. Artists do that like you know. Real people won't do on themselves is like a real like we stop ourselves when we see the end of a feature so like my eyebrows stops here. I'm gonna stop there is here. My lip stops here. Where when someone else's working on new day naturally see you in in three they see all angles of you. You make you make your eyes. Look bigger by bringing your eyebrow up to your temple and your eyeliner out to your so. Don't always go a little bit further than you think because sometimes dot makes the biggest difference and make sure i look more or it makes your cheek more sculpted or it makes your lip look more full And again the other thing is is that it doesn't work you can take it off and start over. I you know. I forget that all the time that you can take it off and start over. I know for halloween. Did another sally and i was just like i was just kept adding and i was like i should started over like a half an hour ago and i would have saved a lot more time to also like sometimes you can just you know sort of blasts through and do more like i saving. This was like my first year dressed up for halloween in so many years in. I just literally kept. I just put more and more and more and more and more and more. I was like i'll see what happens. You see what happens. I know and then all of a sudden everything just turns one color of brown black. And you're like oh no. I reached the limit. I did it. I did it james. Do you have any advice for anybody that wanted would want it like. What are you seeing now. In the artists that come to shiseido. Does that even still happen. Do people come to the to the retail world for there to break in. Or how. How do you see it. All getting started for the next generation. It's interesting because i think there is. I mean obviously with the the crazy unprecedented timer in where right. You know retail and brick and mortar retailers. Just so such a question mark right now. In general i think we are. I think what i think. What's interesting about like social media and the sort of removing some of the walls. I guess between like brand and consumer or fan quote unquote is. There's a direct line of communication so oftentimes what you know what all here personally are. What the brand year. Our communications team are artists relations team. We'll just get we'll get we'll get reached out. I'm like like an artist will reach out. Hey i love your products. Is it possible to get your products and doing a shooter. I'm doing a movie or i'm you know. And that's that's one way. I think social media is such a against really for all of us because it allows everybody to sort of have their point of view you know and portrayed it and i think what most people most people are starting that dialogue because they wanted some sort of engagement I do think sometimes. The downside of that is that there isn't maybe as much like development or like the cultivation of your craft or your artistry or like having the opportunity to like you're learning and a much more We're i guess which is which is sometimes taught by sting. It's interesting but i also think that. Like i would say like the younger generation probably doesn't care as much as like an older as an older person might or maybe even as i did as i was developing. You should have the opportunity to experiment. Should have the opportunity to like something on. You should know that you should never be restricted or limited by like what you're sort of expression is like you know that could be You know i guess. I guess what what's harder now than what it used to be that it's harder to specialize. I think like it's harder to okay. I wanna to be a special effects makeup artist or i want to be a fashion beauty makeup artist. Or i wanna be. I wanna do men's grooming or i wanna do permanent makeup or you know i i. I think it's harder for people to like what the specialty interest will lie because they don't necessarily have the opportunity to try different things on Because so many things is like it's just here in social media. But i do think you know i think advice wise like you know. I think one thing that i see and i guess from from my point of view what i'm more attracted to when i see somebody that has a unique point of view versus somebody. That's doing what everyone else is doing And i think that you know the the the world of social media is very saturated and it's very noisy and a lot of it looks the same and people sort of jump on the same thing like you know like understand. The like bobbing product on a brush like you know all of that like hundred layers of foundation. All of those weird things. That sort of start happening mike. I never understand where the company and also those things are not interesting to me. But like when i do find his find really interesting and inspiring is like seeing a point of view that seems unique or seems like referential or i think also really interesting is like so many people on so many makeup artists use themselves as a canvas verses using a model or using a celebrity. So this idea of self portraiture which is also something i think as somebody who loves art is a really interesting warhol expression. Yeah so so. I think it off in august three circle three sixty all circle three three sixty. Yes or one eighty three sixty. I know i know yes. So the point of view is very important. And i know. I don't know how it's gonna change. Or what the when the bubble's gonna burst but i'm anxious to see you know what's going to happen after kobe. When people start taking their masks often showing us their lips again. And i think what is interesting. Now like one thing. I have noticed and this is I would imagine this is happening everywhere. I mean i've seen it in new york and like i'm noticing on the streets that like people are becoming more expressive with their. I make up. Because as i do think that that's an interesting moment like we have been maybe From an industry point of view. I think we have been very much in this world. And i know you know. Maybe new york isn't anomaly. But you know that's the thing that women often due to like leave. The house like all thrown a bolt bareback enthrone lip and now i think people are reimagining like what liner and i shadow and mascara does Because you're not relying on your lip on outside Lit lipstick is becoming much more personal. Like when you're on zoom or you're just in in side So do think it'll it'll shift. I mean there's there's there's there's that idea of the lipstick effect right which is always You know what happens in times of crisis whether it's financial crisis or its war or it's pandemic which is what we're living in know. There is always those things that like you know. People will always want those those little those little objects that make them feel better those little things that transform their mood And become really like personal rituals and personal theme so We do see that usually times. It strikes so i do think the reaction i. I'm imagining that. There will be this big sort of celebratory moment when we all take to the streets showing are full of aces on our full are full makeup. Looks which i think will be amazing. I totally see that happening. I do. I mean a lot of people are saying like nobody's gonna care anymore and we're all going to be like drawing back but i just i don't see that in my circle of friends happening. Nobody can wait to to put red on and walkway agreed. And yeah i think so too. Let's see did we cover everything. Oh my god james. This conversation has been so dense. And i feel like we burn calories. That's burning calories in the other way me either me either. Oh god i. That's one thing that i don't. I'm not like rushing to do is get back to the jim to the lowest. No i'm not. But i think i think we talked about everything i'm gonna i'm gonna let you go. I know you are very busy man. And you're going to go like invent the next wonder foundation formula right now as as we leave yourself. I look forward to everything in. That's coming in the new year. And i can't wait to tell everybody about it and try it and i look forward to seeing and touching and feeling and wearing everything that you created pregnant talking to me pleasure always a pleasure and i hope i hope we see each other in person really. Oh me too me too with red lipstick. Are you guys still with me. That was a lot of glorious information. I hope you enjoyed this episode as much as we did creating let us know and until next week maybe i'll see you at the virtual makeup show. It's the twenty eighth thirty first of january and head to makeup show dot com for more info. And i have a code for you. I'm this is for five dollars off the admission price and the code is t. m. s. virtual in all caps t. m. s. v. i. r. t. u. a. l. s. by levine. The look is a vinyl foot production written by me. Your host tiffany bartok produced by jas bartok and produced and edited by kelly. Reilly with audio engineering by nicole. 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Esencias de Firenze  Crealitravels 12

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GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast Episode 426: Toxic Sharing

GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

1:10:05 hr | 2 months ago

GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast Episode 426: Toxic Sharing

"Breaking now alabama. Thank god again. Thank god your star. In three fact ladies chocolates to see up here watch a tabloid. You win compaq. The dust can't fight it off so don't stop taking shape. Nappy turn Windmill star state on. This women. abadi found should healthier. Yes you don't know what to do all these shows telling you this and that but nothing seems to heart. Listen close. golden state media concepts has got something great for the and boneless podcasts dedicated to workout trent healthy eating habits. Die everything about healthy living. Join us as we help you. Not just live life to the fullest. Live at you to help better than me. Just kind of did that to me but i went back on track. No i'm not gonna also lose some something precious something when it goes to a point that if you don't share the you know people are going to withhold is in the gsm except health and wellness franchise tit for tat. You already know that with you. Probably similar shifted. Sounds like you decide but you know actually kind of like a trusted guys coming. That's how you handle Why would i wait that above all find a little some final often. Revolving absorbs share. What is it what matters to you. People are trusted ever things that you can't we go in our don't share a moment thing people say what's mine obligated to share with them. These that true a third wave. Think the show that there were the that what's a mine is putting release honest incurring by russia's edem the ending even your it our best your politicians as we went over spoke on early ever in a situation of not just saying. You're pa- missions. How people are they're not yours. There explore likely to like very meticulous. You know i see you have something. There related interests me may rather or assisted. Could i use that. Chris that i use that. Can i use that nothing. That doesn't seem like the big arrow. Is it a big deal. As christians is a geologist. Let's to something that's you. Have you know something that christian. Look look something that's giving mammals our rights gone. I'm giving examples that anyone who those things you kind of be like is it is it accelerates. Let me borrow listed that. I don't remember but if any other really anything else except the to base you would this. I'm very ghetto. He'll pick whatever houses related help is that that's not gonna you see once healthy way. I believe that. And i always be. Oh i dunno. Bounds doesn't mean program. That's you know what i mean. Crossing the line nefarious about this whole and having you have Minds it no. Yeah go ahead go war and rush with people that you could use no. I don't care whatever wind comey's when's yours and you've got you can have access to it building that there's teams are right reasoning. That says that's not is a share. Harmless gestures at act is not why this goes back to like kindergarten door. I you know someone asked me. You got your share to sharing his skin. Yours and brush mike. Oh is it really like oh really later hero actors. I told you that about it after like and who told you sharing on yes please get yourself some help you know. We never let anyone used to brush right. Actually i didn't let you ought to pressure and he wants to at all. Let's be honest. Is it always sharing his care. Ever allowed anyone to use my address it. If you add it wasn't just a stranger it's really not. It's not like all my mother but that doesn't matter you know you want to be around your whole. I was pretty upset person. But it wasn't jerry around me. Because i want to be around you like a person may not want be around sharing. Done it one. They have to share their time with you. That's sharing at ingenious. I did it. Didn't bother why i'm with you finals like well. That's my mom's to brush doesn't seem villainy different. That seems a little cold but we gotta think when we're thinking imagine as always lines be on her and there's not one to be healthy but there's a scientific that way bagels and mixed moore's health. I don't go back like we talk about how we talk about. Russia's proven fact thing that result yet routines and behaviors. Something when you have. It's results as you're looking for. Are you looking for looking for health. Are you look right wellness. Then when you listen to me a stranger person it's knob you ought to consider about something. Hey this way of thinking. I wanted to use just the same way. Oh caretaker home that we say all right. I want to be able to when we talk about your heroes back again. You people saying oh well. You don't exercising all is that get to use it now great. It's not really healthy healthy even to you. You don't have any dark side with you take it to the string of thinking. You're not seeing people out in the near. The nods including non. Winning people are the acts lying new in the straight every time. Someone kicks some Ends up. they can't do that then. What happens in the street ours and tires in. So if i can admit that i can under heavy in their exercise grohl on the ball and that's it pushing and she rose to the point where it unhealthy if i could accelerate that something that we cannot upon us. I guess many people consider this all the time all now give when i never play with the you also. Is that the same ball you. That's you still housing that how 'bout you know jobs. He got hit by that that not as healthy. Thank you gotta get a new ball now. What you into us as children. This is my ball right. Plane around is to share in the ground. The lane either. His is freshly things that you value the things that right now. You don't share the same way. It's not that one sided. Hey you have often. That person wants to labor is. Why don't you share it share. You don't struggle them. It doesn't work lies much. You don't lie airing them. I am for one problem. Belied i just. Don't don't right everybody. You don't hold it down to lure that. It's all about sharing when i go to a hotel am not suggesting that you should become hoarders in the bathroom. Everything right never let them. I talked about some carry them home. Very specific this. You say that those scaling doing they look to your possessions five. That aren't really do sharing many allergies. I don't if i'm there i'll reign. Why they're you're endlessly their value. I like something's cost a lot of money store. Yes yes how do we determine what possession as. Yeah it's really value told you that because now some things they don't the money but it's yours sorry There live around. I don't think that's why do people grow up. I would think they have a lot of lee say that champs but i their individuals who do we don't do Shared with people sometimes the zoo. That's all i had. What if that was all talk about blame me being so zapping saloum but i take the so right needs some doesn't have alone independent united salt. Who i need to bay. That'll have so you have our taylor's hard tools have their used dry soap that i took the hotel figure to remind. What am i using. I'm using this. Every it's been in my phone generation phones it become ten and it's it's worth brain bay always they might as well gonna let you borrow it right. Oh no i'm not gonna let you wise. It depends on what soap it is liquid. Is that out on. The person's had all angie to continue that and this whimsical nightmare. Far person. what do you. What's the turn it is. What is the alternative sharing. The germs off of the jones decided to bar like a dollar shave the soap bar yet. What the pearl of north of naive were getting so young. Do the poss calculating after the rally trying to tell me example sharing whether or not the germs. Are you trying to soap bar. I don't know as a little unit. You try to little friends all right. If you've ever lived in quite simple family isn't there. Were so age in a bathroom and it was hard simple. Probably any way shallow. That i'm welcome. See a person share with them. This coy that you have is raring. inevitably again. you grow up. People go to different bamboozles. You see them again. How did you benefit. What i've learned how to share with everyone in my house is there. How are you good for you. How do i know you know you. just you. don't have that share my toy with you. We have our to what i what information. So but who knows has told me that. I need share with them. So what ben. Why is critical of the thing yours because it's disrespectful exactly ways on giving something you're enjoying that you want this you may need over the fan. Yeah you say welding. You don't need pressured. it's not like water or food and you don't need it because you had to be donated like own water and all this goddess share. Those people actually do negroes being nice about niceties guys. Not beautiful water slow. You don't really need okay. Well now guys who have the last. He draws water and get along that you want. I suggest you don't. There's there's a lot of lasts around. I mean what are you gonna do. You're gonna share and who cares. I'm not i'm not. I'm not trying to sound like jerky you had to carry. I'm talking about what i do. I think ahead of time. I'm talking about it under that. We can really this all. We can break it down here together. Stand what all do what's actually made more about some people reserve about what's within our realm of possibility healthy for us. None of us. I'm not going to bring mine. I'm just so he. Error is so whatever game we believe in sharing it's not what yet mouthpiece for us and saga mountain of various. Okay you little. We're right now. we're still on kids heus. You just haven't met an a playground that having fun when people. I want you on to convince me ball why i need to share the person by not gonna go on with no friends realistic kinda understand. Little main friendship looks cute and haha. But then he bomb assert. So i get that. I give an fullness right. Isn't that what it's about kindness. And if it's genuine and the kids don't smile getting along. Friends is hitting little baby University videos because the house so little kid running at each other calling each other's areas Things but that's not like then give right now. Booed be the why they went. We all know you widen it. We will share all your stuff shares. That was so underwear. we're in stocks. Now kids could do that. Rush job after all is to team to be a kid when your share with people. Because it's so you're supposed to have fun. Not worry not stress. So why would. I share a toy. When it's my job to be abc kid. And i'm supposed to have on people to have that's healthy. Why do it toxic sharing so what we really yet into to discuss is showing her bearings correctly in there. The nature of our possession When sharing is appropriate. When not you're going to be thinking about it. Think about gano cher grazing that you share. I don't think wasn't taking care. I don't think and i'm not talking about not right happening in the world right. I don't it's talking about want to save us dress. now you're listening. You're one of the last time somebody asks. Something had a tripod. That i was used right. Remember that help. And when was the last time adebayo bombed in the the asked you the tripod sits there. Is you press a button record. Edit okay boom so. We got a really need to do that. They say to me passionate about after all. That's that's mucus probably already tells someone asked read while and so i had to work for. Didn't talk to you guys say you had to get them for myself. When you're so. I want that for myself. I don't think let me rush average shirts in a bar with because only borrow. It will maybe of of nine. Noel get how to go about as you can't allow us to use something and then let that be on. Call you can you. Can you can think of long-stem and praise the sharing gig. Not right then your head a little kid hello. People are innocent arm no foul for the lowest things with these really insecure as that that's eddin vine in the when people have described earlier but implement those same shutout you'll want to be very distantly whimsical kit as an adult for right You could get away with very passionate. I mean that'd be castles new hot holes in your work in your dale subscribe. Make sure you're in trouble hair and even less criticism. Aa don't do that in like subscribe. Check us out on. Facebook twitter Hey can i ride your bike around the block time you ever hear that one where you grew up and how you grow up me and will make jokes together. I don't know i right. Yeah yes you can ride my bike around and if you come back out for the sharing with my bike subscribe piece. It's sharing is great. It's great but what exactly do we need to talk about. We need to unpack this. Because it's just a weird thing we think we have to share all the time and that's not necessarily good all the time. I don't really believe in that. But certain things food and water go ahead share it share with people. You won't last very long without food and water you fill me. I'm not trying to. I'm not one black. I'm gonna get all the food and get all the water and not gonna share it. Because that's what i'm thinking about. That's not what i'm saying when we get back. We're going to get more into this topic. You just hang on tight you. Are you looking to learn more about the latest trends from the fitness world. Are you confused by all the different trends. That are out there. The gmc fitness podcast is the place for you. The mc fitness podge of the place people is deal and interest level as we explore the latest trends in the fitness. Is that new exercises. Should i whatever your question. Chances are good. You'll find an nc fitness podcast. But he got us talking about him. You guys probably remember the point better than me. Just kind of did that to me. But i went back contract report. Don't wanna share. Someone is something precious when something when it goes to a point that if you don't share the what's up we're gonna withhold kindness in. We'll come back to ultra little topics of sharing possessions. Things of the share. It's not for. I share something what you're really impact. We i lost about a lot of things went. I decided you are you as a cajun. What is this idea of sharing. Come you get that. that's how you handle it. I'm not really. Why would i handle it that way. That that wild animals join together. Final nail in the coffin. I'm not targeted. Primitive soc share or the most advance. 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What am i using. I'm using this stuff that i've had family try to take the ball back origin rating. When's the always am. I gonna last. You know that's going to let you. It depends on with something. That's that would. So he's out on a person saying when sham little dot to the people at hey i can use. It's hard to have right the balls letter stranger hen even sharing ten jarvis office. Yoyos barred lights oil. I don't wanna do that. You can't even play. The bar cleans itself no no. I don't want. I can teach you how to the boss i don't want to. I can show how the rag east you could win sharing transferred soap bar every kids. They never really several but they lived in a house which will do it was so the kid in the bathroom. That was hard. You're probably guys be young. Boys are usually ankle sleigh. All right i could do this. I'm open to sharing. I'm gonna watch shelves with radial four square. That's all i love that. You're gonna be there in in it. Involved get our everyone in. My house has their soap. A good for you good for people in the square and you everyone all talent i. We can't we have our own. Tell you half the jot on. I think so but who knows. You can't let all situation as you. I jump when the balk amount of money higher yours. Because it's kind of like senator on in your squad and hurt you in and you have to make sure it gets to another way. It can't get out of the fact that you brought something and you were you hasher into sharing. Because you don't have we all nice knows all stuff humane variation wanting girl you went to be nicer to be nice baubles year-on-year square hosted to half a chilling. The well niceties guys these pianos zero so you can get a d. on it You don't there's there's a lot of you ratchet a lot of if you don't let the ball bounce draft ages and then you have Harry at home you do. It abounds one time. So what i live bouncing more the ones. That's it if we're going to. I wanna be on the balancing. You have to reach l putting together hop so we'll all value on the floor when matty's not because some people have more money they don't care about as much sort It's something of line. I'm just saying let not gonna bring bounce. What is really competitive. Not got to do it saying you're expense that we had okay if you think. Summer's fun you're you're lying. I love this game. You just haven't met you can share that that happened. Innocent people have is on at your expense that all increases a little bomb. This is equal trae. It will pop up the say. Why teach you how to play the game being much. Pick on bonding release. Not sharing knowledge. There's friendship a main ange. There and be left the person he all the ball. There's always gonna be resentful. Nece a little something different. Because you're going to buy that with this balance you own this. Don't be that person if you so that other people value potentially aren't going to say you don't care about because you may have how much or whatever reasons because that's your ball play. The game doesn't mean you're aerialist. You're used to being out or good for you at the game buddhist rooted that we all know you can make spiritual share of cheer closed share. Your underwear is one another. I can use the soap shaggy. Seem like donald selfish. Doesn't it like. I like what you're mad because that's what people are gonna say you're mad i can use better than you. You don't want me to be able to have that what's should deal. Why not talk to you. Just share yourself are less astronaut. Have a good time sharing possessions. That does not then correct. Legged years and people aren't being considerate. That's the big problem martin. That's marginalize you make you your alienated thinking about all of our our. Your ball shared wasn't share so here that's when it's not right you get to participate writings that do not. It's a lot of good you only you want to seek ourselves. Dangerous long to share value are emotionally human ball. I have something. that's my. Try art that. Who's usually ascertain all shooters. Have those sabine in the video when we were. Were take care of that boom when they're so i'd friendlier there. Say to me after who. That's great thanks a little while ago with my sword. Whatever didn't have you own. That's had to get them for myself. When i see something i like. I don't think i want that for myself. I think the real askar person borrowing shaun caring agenda. And i'm same. I don't talking about just as you can do something and maybe pushed less apt on call for the to where you have which that will ask you to borrow something. It's not just for a minute healthy. Assume your day as that. That is willing this whenever you or it these things unless they really have to this thing whenever you ask it depends on where you are in your life. Describe their you. You're willing all that generous to a champion of you don't want to become that will allow them to versus. So don't your thing right. They like if i highly emotionally can help the wellness podcast. Don't you understand that work. So how can you utilize allow them. I got a new skin. You have patty. You're saying that either criticism we're using right ball subscribe ball at this hour ordering faced with her and instagram right. That's your boss. You keeping them to your cell phone. No one's gonna play with them except me. But i'm low key line the oh you could descend with dishes. Not william shows together. This is ridiculous issue guys. Use asked my what i said. Counter watch out for the sharing tonight. argument to this this proposal. That putting before you that sharing possessions can become a little. Were often manipulated. It's often out of bounce. It's often overstepping. its welcome. Sharing can be great but sharing often states. It's welcome all right. You absorb that and will be right back. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Listen close and here this out. Severe a podcast network. That covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here. I'll think less than a podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football and so much more so stop lurking around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to fill that. Podcast is whatever it may be visit. Www dot jesus mc podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter and download us on itunes soundcloud and google. Play third yield. Guys i hope you guys are into this. You could tell them pretty pretty active pretty alert about this one man. It's it's it hits close to home. It hits close to human nature. What makes us human. That's why i mean you could give me a little bit aside. i like. Why don't look at me sideways. Please don't look at me sideways about this. I'm telling you the truth. I'm telling you the truth. You are going to avoid wasting time agonizing over it. Because i have the have the balls to tell you that this is it can be toxic sharing sharing. Our possessions goes into this uncomfortable toxic place when done wrong when done right. it's great. You could bond but you still carry the risk of participating with people if it personally belongs to you now. We get older. Our possessions are our perceptions evolve our notions of friendship evolve and we respect things differently. Now we respect different things. We have different values a lot of things. Change it evolves. You're not gonna just you know so you look at it differently. You don't just share your ball now to make friends you can pick up. You can have a ball go to the courts and people want to play ball with you. Great you wanna play ball me. We could play. Doesn't make us friends. We could play though cool. We could play a game. That's fine mind playing a game. I like it but it doesn't make you friends and also when you're older. There's a certain expectation when you share. Somebody's ball usually. If it's a basketball you go to the court. You don't have to worry about people. Act in two foolish with your possessions in. That's what i mean. When i talk about risk when i talk about your possessions your emotionally connected and you could say i mean it's inanimate objects you don't feel anything for them but if it belongs to you you would if you have any respect for yourself anything you own is sort of an extension of yourself therefore right keep falling me to this is important. It's an extension of yourself than if it's disrespected if it's mistreated it's also it weighs on you. How can a ball a phone a brush these simple things some weights that you have a fan anything that you have in excess or have at all you may have one of it one of it you have to of the thing people like oh you have one extra can i have one thing. Yeah okay you pretty much obligated to do it. You're obligated to do it to share that pressure. That dangerous pressure for no reason. Why is it even essential. I get why sharing is important. But why did this toxic thing come along with it that you're pressured to share you. Have this thing okay. You have two of the thing if you have to. And don't don't you dare have to and i'm very. I'm not sharing extremely sharing person when it comes to things i'll share food water drink with a person you play ball sheriff ball and stuff like that but i have a very different roussette when it comes to possessions you fill me. Everything's a little different. There's a reason why people don't mind sharing things with me. There's a reason. But i can acknowledge the discomfort that a person feels when they have to share something. There's always going to be a little discomfort. There's the sense of loss. There's a there's the risk the risk of loss right that is going to be looming over you constantly when you when you are lending these things out. So don't it's a crime. Let's go back to that point. It's a crime to have more than one thing. You have more than one thing and the person comes by. They walking by they see they. Can i get that. It's it's like it's a strange weird thing. And then if you don't say this. I mean by the pressure. If you don't say you can use it. Then you're jerk so you get marched marginalized or you get judged in you get this this thing that you're selfish person. It doesn't have to be that way not to say that there aren't selfish people that don't share the reason that they're selfish is that they don't share absolutely that's generally going to be unhealthy for you if if it gets to that extent it's unhealthy. I wouldn't recommend that little kid. You know everyone can play a game together. And you're not gonna allow for that possibility of bonding in everyone. Having fun together to happen because you're so possessive of your possession and rightfully so i get it. It's yours but it goes to a certain level when it gets to that level and that many people in this like. Wow you just sharing this one thing would allow everyone to improve their lives a little bit better including you to enjoy play another game I learned something new. Maybe make a friend truly make a friend somewhere in that because a bunch of people were playing that game. Don't know that it was years but do you really want them to know that it was yours with the fact that it was your ball your thing make them he. Hey you know this was mine. This was my ball. I paid for this ball. Oh yeah great. That's that's really that's real good friend. Friend manship keb. That's trying to find like sportsmanship. That's real companionship. That's real. That's where this no word for it that i know of. That's real friendly friendly. Gosh compan- companionship. Compan- men ship. I hope they turn that into a word or friend. Manship friendly is if word that's real friendly paid for it great. You know i'm gonna be your friend. Thanks for letting me know that you paid for it. The ball that everyone gets to play with that doesn't come off friendly. It comes off. You feel like people are obligated or like good big deal like great big deal. You wouldn't be able to play it if i didn't have it to share with you. The likes of view. You get nasty as a little kid. That's not gonna help you whether it doesn't work for you as a little kid and it doesn't work for you as an adult but it kinda you get to be a little bit more selfish with your things when you get older and rightfully so rightfully so we're not the same little kids. It's not that simple. And you really have to be careful about what you choose to lend out. You guys know about drape you know drake if you know drake thirsty thurston over him drake drake. I like some of these a fair amount of his songs. Right you got me like a fair amount of amount of his sons. Just because i just like how he says certain things you know not how he says words but the phrase not the phrases but the meaning that he says you know. I'm looking out for my mother making sure she's doing better. I liked that. I liked that stuff. So that's why i kind of vibe with this. Some of his bumping men some traffic is bumping. Some of it makes me. Yeah smooth. I like it but my point just went on a tangent. Talk about drake. The whole idea is of of this. This the sharon is like i got a really pause and just try to collect myself veges Distracted me from what i was talking about. I can't believe that drake man cool good for you. Your songs are great. alright Let's let's let me try to backtrack okay even pausing you have this thing. And then yes the rules change as you get older people change. You have to be careful with your possessions. Another people's hands. That's what it is at the end of the day but you have to also navigate the social pressure to to share. When you're older is different. You're allowed to be a little bit more selfish rightfully so it's yours. Why are people so different. Now that you're older it makes me wonder. Was that valuable at all. I guess it was valuable when you're a little kid because your job is just to have fun so you wanna have as much fun as possible. Have fun but you don't wanna be a sucker that's unhealthy is unhealthy to not share and be completely selfish to. The point is find that you're selfish. You could be a little selfish that can be successful that that can make you healthy a little selfishness but it's not good you're selfishness. Is that the fact that you don't share. That's not okay. You cannot share. But you're selfishness. Shouldn't be that you don't share right. It should come from something else issue. Come from something else. A little bit like linked to very good behaviors sharing isn't necessarily sharing isn't necessarily extremely great for your social relationships in health and the fact making these bonds with people. It's not exactly your best foot forward but overly being overly willing to share. It's not gonna hurt you either but it will. It will hurt you in a way that makes you in shows people that you came into the pressure of sharing anything he wants to share. It's not like that people. Don't laugh at the fact that you wanna share. They just will take what it is. You're sharing and you're going to be used. that's it. great. Carry them around because they get something to drink. They got the ball. They got the car they got this. Not that that's always a bad thing. Not that that's always a bad thing. It's not always toxic. You shouldn't be overthinking every single thing. Hey i'm not gonna go with those guys because they only want to go with me. Because i have the car now. You're an adult now. You have to use your best judgment you have the no one. It's healthy for you when it's not you feel me when talking about health is it all right. Are you okay with going out of your way in sharing this thing with these other people even despite the fact that they may be using you a little bit right you could use people a little bit when you're older and there's there's there's a A professional way. There's a a attack full Just socially accepted just a better way that you can use somebody for what they have and not Throw them away like trash heap. What what is that. They have right like their car. You go with them in a car halos go. We're gonna take your car okay. We're taking your car. Great thanks the like. So what do you do. You make sure that you do everything in your power to make sure that they are whatever they need as far as their car and making sure. That's okay that's taking care of your driving in their car and you guys are going to someplace. Make sure you bring a little gas money. Don't don't let them have to. This is the problem with people. You allow them to get to the point where they have to ask for gas money. They shouldn't have to ask. I get it when you're young and some some of my friends were just getting cars and everything it was a little the prickly. Ask someone for gas money. Your friends why. It was particularly for me because i didn't have a car and i was like cheese. I can't go with this guy places because he always needs gas money. And then i had other friends that had cars but they didn't require that from me all the time so guess what when i didn't have back then but when i had when i worked when i saved my money i made sure i have money so if someone gives me a ride i'm gonna compensate them not not compensate them like a tit for tat. Like give this you give me that. I scratch you. Scratch mind but it's sort of like that you have to grease the wheels on the sharing process. Otherwise the person sharing is already taken a tremendous risk in the fact that could be used. They're just being used. You're using them for this and if you abuse what it is that they're that doesn't give great feelings now. Imagine you're the person sharing. So that's what i mean what i'm talking about sharing your possessions and is it exactly healthy to share your possession with people because there's there's risk the risk of loss and the risk of being used and the risks that Not even just laws. You're gonna lose it. It's not going to be taken care of going to be abused. This isn't a good thing. This isn't a good thing to be thinking about when you think about sharing alright so when we get back we're gonna nail the final one in the coffin on the final point and just let that sit in absorb that its unconventional thinking. But it's for your health mc beauty tips. Podcast hits you advice on everything from heritage batch into skin care products. We'll talk about the latest trends and mega hairstyles anti aging remedies animal. Cover all of the newest fashion trends if you have an interest in or questions about the beauty trends that might work best for you. The golden state media concepts duty tips. Podcast has got you covered. Download the us. Nc beauty tips. Podcast on stitcher. Soundcloud google play or any findbaugh gas just type gs mc in the search bar. Yael was good man. What's goody. We're back nil in the final point. I know why i'm doing what i do. I do that so just accept it. Just accept it. I do that. And i'm not afraid to say what i need to. Okay i just need to. You saw what happened with drill guys drag me. I hope you guys are skewing settled Pretty blinding pretty active. Learn about this one and you guys probably remember the point better than me as kind of that but it hits close to home it hits close human nature. What makes us human. That's why i mean you could give me a little bit with side. I sharing your legs. Don't look at me. Sideways leased sideways about this. I'm telling you sort of relaxed male toxic beheaded telling you the truth right social blog. Avoid waste when you don't when you don't organizing at something precious when it's nothing. I goes to a point that i don't share. Then you don't tell withhold kindness that this sold Toxic friendships sharing because airing audience. Not tit for tat goes into. This is with us this. I share something right. It's great i on. I'd still care on the risk of testing. Do you get that. That's how you handle personally belongs. Why would handle it. Now get that over sessions by far conceptional nihar notion that you need to absorb you share and we things differently now. We do things where people are changing evolve. You don't go. You're not gonna share a moment sooner than notes so you look at it. You're not obligated to share with them. You don't share your ball now to make friends per customer. They're worthy ball goto the coins and putting role of mentoring. Graying you wanna find them. Blaze doesn't make that we could play though your possessions as we went over. Spoke on geyser. That's following a long line. Play like this your possession but it doesn't make you are expressions of yourself. They're not you and and then also older as a certain way expectation their relationship. Somebody's ball like you go to court. You don't have to worry about bristol into foolish with actions. And that's when i talk about risk. That's christians toothbrush. When i talk about to pace near possesses a look look. I'm giving examples all right. You could say oh. I don't feel anything for them but if it believes they would maybe one of you have any respect solve anything if all the other toothpastes you would for as you know eyebrow right my toothbrush. No raises like yeah. This is whatever toothpaste go ahead. Here's an extension of yourself than if it's disrupting elected see one saying if it's missiles reside. I believe that and i i. It's also thanks way to go about things. How does mall selfish of with only a brushes or areas. This i have. I had them wait. I have a toothbrush. You're not gonna get it no. You shouldn't share you to brush ban anything that you have in echo. What happening on one of the how many friends you wanna of it. Out of the he was like. Oh you have one extra. Can't have one bears fact there's reason and logic that says index. Yes here owner let somebody obligated to do not why i'm so passionate today who you're obligated to do it. Don't think that. I you know someone asked me the ball. My dad brushing in user dangerous refresher for no reason why wise it even as shown offshore i get white airing you or guidance about after come along with it out on you like don't do restaurant tissues and healthy thing i did you have okay. You have two things you have ears. This is heather. And i'm i'm a very honest. I'm not sharing number allowed. Eric's i brush. They just took it when it wasn't just any stranger was i'll share food water with the president. My mother share ball. It was like when actually absent filming but it wasn't sharing. Everything's a little different at this. I've easier why people don't mind sharing things at one time. It's not it's embarrassed. There's a reason in but actually because knowledge at all. I'm afraid that a person feels share. So that's a little discount infill any different Here's the sense of loss. But i imagine there's a i didn't know what really liked to be on her and risk of laws to be all the time so right. That is maybe loom as the old saying. You don't go back like a half the use it now. I have when you win. Harland landing these things out. So don't it's a crime so yeah but go back to that point it crime to have more than one negative to yourself. Do you have one the one thing. That's a person comes by. They see a stranger person. It's not like you don't the obligations. It tastes range. I do wanna don't say this way. I mean by that i was able to kill jose. Some you can use it all right. I wanna be able to carrier and carry it back. So you get marched marginalize. You get judged and you get. You don't have that necessary thing that you get to use. It now doesn't have not not to say that there are is that you'll get all your thinking you don't think the reason that their self wishes that the absolute not seeing that's generally healthy on the grass gets. You're not seen under how all flying in going dangerously i to recommend that little heavy kicks. Everyone always james together. It's up eight year ninth street. There's a lower than tire illegi of bonding in everyone. Wanting that happened in their fat because they're so old on all of your possession where they roll it rose in the street and right Issuers off my ballot. One that kind of eight roses. I guess level threat level. And now when i play. Wow we just just sharing this everyone to still use their lives a little you. Don't jimmy carter joy play game. I mom and learn something. Maybe make a friend somewhere in that because my people were playing that game. I'm not all your share with you. What do you really want to know. That was yours especially the things that you value that things like. That was your ball trying make. Hey you know this was my. This was my ball. I pay sorely missed. Oh yeah great. That's don't really struggle with them. That's real good some random drug with sharing them. That's like you never finally had on that ship is you. Don't care about real. Don't hold it that closing stores word for that. Little of acura grandma moreno. Gosh grab the so companionship. In a thousand batman right i hope they turn that i haven't yet friend may carry them home. Ready rightly say that. It's real friendly. I don't know. I think a lot rate you know your friend. Thanks for letting me know bath that you paid for it gets play with. I do come on friend. I don't go to comes off obligated. Good white deal. Lorraine house. Because i like him. I like deal. You wouldn't be able to play it. Or if i didn't have it to share with you the likes of us. It's not actually. I shouldn't have told you that you get a nasty as a little. That's not gonna help. I whether it doesn't work for you as you take some doesn't work for you as an adult were kinda you get. Roll out be a little bit more of a lot of things. You get older and rightly so i you know rightfully jewish. So don't do not as senior kids. Sometimes you not that simple. What if that was. I had careful what if was change. Don't blame to lend out you guys about drake boom. But i know you're asking you something here. I'll give him actually need three here. Tastes are a fair amount of rise. Soap that i took from the horizon this and mice mantle or what i just because i like how he says that i've had not in my house says where the phrase works with the reigning that he always get it but am i looking for mother. No better like like that stuff depends on where social. That's why why some of the some. Oh it's not miss a small. It's hard like a bar. You want me to my point on your body and on talking about great now with the whole offer. The same soap barring like no. I don't wanna do that of of the bar cleaned itself. Sharyo known like try to collect myself. Drake wants to destroy late and half the rash. What i was talking about caring whether or not the drains at transferred from a so far every time between good several. You songs are right if you've ever lived in a house with people family. Let's let's back in the bathroom. It was hard even probably ended up doing it. Anyway you'll have that having welcomed than the. I'm rules change and get old open to sharing. You have to be so for the insurance within the ranger people. That's you know what i mean. But you have done boleslav navigate. De- get our to everyone in my house order more rightfully. So it's yours. Everyone has their wire. Now that you're older homes gonna put it makes me wonder is. Was that ever value your little kid because your job is just funds gonna have as much fun situation is how i don't wanna be talk. Were in to be critical. Help or to not shares risk lately. South weighs on you. It's gonna hurt you into the point. You don't find that you're selfish. You speak little self. You can something success. You were that crash. You're healthy a little selfishness anticipating now you have to be a good human bay itself an ics. The fact is we don't care because one cannot share. But you're selfish nice you guys. They'd be your friend right. You could get it will come from something else. She come from some of these leg lingers. Larry job that you want hearing. You don't isn't there's there's national or not sharing isn't necessarily great to carry a social care you do. Relationships are health. And the fact that i do haunting ahead of time. It's not exactly we're going to ask our be overly being overall willing that we're gonna share isn't gonna hurt you value it. It will hurt you not in a way that makes you care about much shows people that you came into rusher of sharing anything com none of shares at least not like laughing with what else you wanna share my havens. It's what it is you're sharing you share something and you're going to be thank you ross. It great carry around because they get asylum declaring they got the ball. They got in the car. They got really fun. They'll have fun not that that's always. It will pop your own way. Back they will. It's not always gonna be overthinking every single thing. Hey i'm not gonna go with those guys because they go hand. But i have the car may now and you're going to. You're an adult now. You ever use your judgment certain you have to know when it's healthy for you when it's not when you feel when talking about health when you're right it's a point. Are you older johnny. That going out of your way that you hearing things this stain your person you'll wear other even despite the fact that they may be a little bit right you people a little bit when you're older and there's for years there's a Booed v spiritual invite hack share. All your stuff surely just better ways that you can use somebody what they have for. End not Blow them away like what. What is that the man right. I don't wanna be selected. You go with them in a car. Hey let's go. We're going to jinx your hardrock. Okay what's happening clark. Great thanks for sharing. So what do you do our possessions. You make sure that everything correctly in there to make sure that invading our it. That's the big problem. Whatever they need as far as the car and then can ensure that k. Thinking that i'll take taking how you're driving in their car and you're going someplace. Make sure you bring a little gas. It's not right. Don't don't let them have to. This is the author sell some stress. You will allow them to where they share something that you miss. Forget i have something. He shouldn't have to ask. Had try. And i was using a young helped me some some of my friends just getting bars and everything and it was a little league press ass ruin for any runs why it was preventing meet that great. Because i didn't have car and have to road ugly. While sony with my own money i had other friends that have cars but they have their choir that i myself when i guess like i think i don't think but when i had this person i when i save money will amazingly gives me a ride. I don't wanna get your stuff. Because not not getting in. And then tit for tat larson give this scratch your mind. But it's sort of like that now has to grease the wheels on sharing process that otherwise person sherry on the other already taken willing always to share things in the fact that they could be using yearly using lettuce Theon news with wear sharing described earlier. That doesn't caves other great feeling chances person if that's what i mean what. I'm talking about sharing representative guy and is liz. Xactly very healthy to she is that how in wellness park. Listen see network. i'm chris. Because there's there's risk maybe your skin and you have being listening. Then try to reverse that. It'd be criticism not even just a rise again allies it. It's taking care with her and insisted isn't a good sense which you guys use. This isn't a good for bank to be thinking about thinking about sharing. Maybe all right yo. You could connect with so when we get back or we're gonna nail the final one in the cough right makes you keep an eye on and watch it outlets sit in like back ride unconventional thinking. But it's beautiful listening to the golden state media concepts have and wellness podcast. Part of the golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at. www dot g s mc podcast dot com download. 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Tips & Tricks to Refine Your Beauty Routine with Kayti Oldham

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Tips & Tricks to Refine Your Beauty Routine with Kayti Oldham

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Guys walk into the boys. This is lauren and sarah with episode one fifteenth. Okay well this week. We are sitting down with miss. Hedy oldham the beauty. Bureau the u. T. bureau okay and. She has the most amazing content on her instagram She's always sharing such positive messages. About being your best self looking filling your bestself really. And she has married a mom to three and yeah we are going to be talking makeup with her but more in general just feeling and looking your host. Whatever that means to you so excited. The stars have aligned. We've got her here and we're so excited to have you seen me. I'm i'm nervous. I'm very oh my gosh. She's seriously one of the most charming people. You'll ever meet in person so you don't need to be nervous you're talking. Yeah we're just chatting all things so let's just start at the beginning. How did you kind of fall in love with makeup. Okay so i the short version with me. Okay the short version. As i feel like i was born with a lipstick. I vividly remember my grandma having a green lipstick. Do you remember those. Did your grandma. Those things changed the ph of your lips. Yes yes. And i thought it was like a lip balm okay so i go into her cabinet before we go out to dinner and i put on this lipstick. I mean this is like low aged ten And i will never forget her asking me and mule lying to her face repeatedly if i had been on a lipstick very obvious right that i was a year old girl with my grandma's lipstick on But i've always loved makeup. And i would think lawrence daughters very much this way every single time. Evelyn comes over to my house to play with kate. She has got them in the bathroom. They making up each other's faces. And it's just every single time. And i would say evy does love her makeup half the time she has these pretty phillips and half the time they are puckered up in like a bright red lipstick which is opening at first when you said green lipstick. I was drew me back right away to a memory in my grandma bathroom work leak and remember back then and they know they still. Do they still where. I know you did that life for. I didn't know what clinic in she had the at pale green and there was no other makeup. Yes clinton had her. I'd go in and play with her pal little pallets in ca- complex of the green and lipsticks. And that's almost what i thought you were gonna say 'cause i can remember that too. So yes so. You started out just born in lipstick. I just loved it. Yes it was the best a was so fun and my mom had zero point zero types of makeup so i danced and performed a ton and so that was like an awesome. Excuse to put something on okay. We'll that turned out to a longer version than i thought i would. But the the long version of how. I fell in love with makeup because i had always loved it but i didn't have the correct education because my mom had zero After wasn't interested in that it was her responsibility. But i just didn't ever it and so i. This is ten years ago. I have my first baby and high had I'm gonna get emotional. I had wanted to be among my whole life. And i felt like i hit adopted nieces and nephews and i had only ever nannied has an occupation and the moment that i had waited for my entire life was now here. No and it's so true. Oh my god. It is the trickiest part of that. Is that particular yesterday. probably the us was The dream had turned into a snake and it felt like it was coming to attack me like it. Just didn't look the way that i thought it was going to. It didn't feel the way i thought was going to. It didn't serve me the way that i thought it was going to it. Was i loved this human. But i honestly felt like motherhood was attacking me back. The thing that i had waited for my entire life was now trying to attack me and so in an attempt to just veg out and take that not pain of feeling so alone and confused and like how. This is different than what i thought it was going to be. How does this look for me. As far as motherhood goes high started watching. Youtube and i went to the drugstore after watching some youtube with my baby's sleeping and we really couldn't afford it so i like bottle up. Stick on a coupon that i had researched shut. I knew i wanted lori. British read and it smelled like my grandma. But i was like this. Is it like. I'm going to feel like a parisian princess earned honestly like the hat was the. That was the sword the i was able to take on to like honcker this monster and it spirals and my husband will tell you like the was like the gateway to spending our entire life saving but it turned into a superpower than i had control over how to put my best face forward when i didn't know where to find that internally i had to do it externally and a creative outlet for you and just to piggyback on that. I've said this personally to my girlfriend's a lot. But i struggled with depression and like my teen years years of therapy all the things and before i left to go to college my psychiatrist she was kind of releasing in graduating me for lack of better words and one of the things that she said is wake up every day and get dressed. Brush your hair and put a little makeup on. You'll feel better about yourself when you walk past the mirror and see a good version of yourself and then she kind of said to me when you start to fill those feelings of not wanting to do that of not really caring and not wanting to try. Let that be a red flag to you for laying your mental health that i could be kind of sliding back into that mindset and that depressive nature and i never really have thank goodness but i do love that. And there's a lot of critics out there of makeup of like you don't need it things like that but for me. I totally agree. That it is a way to just kind of elevate yourself a little bit and feel like your best self and like you have power over what it becomes. And i just love that. Yeah it's been that concept as sliding door for me. Because i don't want to be reliant on a product or on. This is my go-to this is the only way that i can feel good And so has been an interesting navigation process for this in my life. Because i would prefer my best self without the makeup. And what i've been able to articulate isn't it isn't about the lipstick it's about taking the time to look yourself in the mirror and to say i am worth it and the lipstick is maybe an outward proof of that but the real journeys especially in motherhood is being able to look at yourself without those tools and say i am still worth it regardless of how i look on the outside and that is where is drug with every single. No i totally agree. But i also look at it as no different as i like certain clothes and i have an affinity for certain looks and i just. I don't want to say you don't care if you don't but like i do and wearing certain things or fixing my hair or something it just makes me feel better. I don't know why but it does. Absolutely when i'm in sweats all day long. And hey more power to you if you feel your bestself in those sweats. I just don't especially in those motherhood year those early years that you were talking about. Oh man i can just remember being drowning in the milk stains and thus smells these smells of your clothes right and some just feeling refreshed and put a little makeup on and perfume. It just i don't know for me personally. It just did something But first we want to share with you. Great makeup product called slack. Cosmetics that simplifying the makeup game flack is so easy to use with the paint by number guide. One two three four. and you're out the door coordinating brushes helping what brush to us and win and wear with what right color and it looks. Pretty and not overdone. It's designed to enhance the shape and you can even go on the website. Take a quiz or sending a selfie to know what is right for your is. I've been using this for the past year. And i love how simple it is very beautiful natural look and a really long lasting product. Go check it out and to purchase head over to flat. Cosmetics dot com and that is f. l. e. k. k. And use our code mom voice for twenty percent off your purchase. Will i'm loving the crossovers into motherhood. I wasn't even necessarily expecting that. And i never would have thought that is like where your journey began us. Like you know kind of drowning in terrified in paralyzed in those beginning mother stages which i think so many of us can relate to it is such a learning curve in such a process. And you think it's going to be the psych picture-perfect. Leave it to beaver total. You know beautiful experience and it's just not always it and not yes. And it's a time when that postpartum period right where you do come home with the baby and it's beautiful. It is like the the the first six weeks to me like. That's the best. All my god i am and then they stop sleeping and then you're like oh wait. My stomach didn't deflate. That's what i wanted to say is like you do come away from it or at least i did after every single pregnancy wanting to cut my hair. Change my hair do something to like. Make me feel better right because your body. It's it doesn't bounce back immediately for most of us right worse and so it yes. It's just funny you do wanna go buy new of or buy something right an instant. Pick me up. Not yeah and naturally recently where. I kind of had a the jesus after my third i could not lose the baby weight and so i thought by getting extension. I couldn't articulate this at the time. But i'm like okay my truest self. I see other women who have really long hair and they look thinner when they have long hair. Yes yes. I'm gonna get long hair and it's going to solve my wait problem. Oh yes right. It didn't do that. We've all been there. So then i was like. Oh gosh okay if. I'm buying the lipstick to facilitate a neat. If i'm getting their hair to facilitate something that i think is going to solve this issue that i have with myself probably looking in the wrong place right and that is where i had to really be introspective. And that's really where the name came from is yes you can be your best self. You can wear lipstick without judgment of other people. You can take that lipstick on as a sword to about your day but if that is what you're solely dependent on there is a missing part of your journey to understanding and being your best self. Yes and that was exactly what i was gonna say. Your name is b. u. t. bureau man. It's trying yes finding yourself and defining yourself in this world wind of emotions and process and and yeah and you'd have to do some real soul searching to find what is missing. I mean the makeup. It's not but what does that. Put a pay a lipstick on that. Same lipstick is truly not gonna cover up all the ugly difficult things behind it. You really have to dig and figure that out and really find the culprit but okay. Let's talk about like kind of day to day. Katie you are just the guru kind of maybe tell us about an easy day to day. Look maybe something that takes ten minutes that if people aren't very good at makeup like what are the go to's for good natural daily. Look that's a big question giant. that's why it is. it is an. i'm the over thinker. We already talked about. I know right so it is different for everybody however there are some universal things. I have found that women would like out of their makeup but Most women want definition in their eyes and most women why color in their cheeks and Like like a filter like correcting the things that they're insecure about name. The quickest way to do that. I have found is keep it in your car. And i know that you arizona babes are like. We can't do it all now. Your purse that comes with us into the car or whatnot yes something. That's easy on hand. It's all in a very compact travel appropriate setting So in my car. I keep a conceal her that i can blend in with my fingertips but obviously i prefer to use my own brush so i keep my own brush in my car. I keep row product. In my car i keep mascara in my car and i keep alms lipsticks. And the reason that i mention not is that you can use those bombs Or like stains that you put on your lips also on your cheeks tab really looks. You don't have to over think what goes with this left well if it is the lip than just put it on your cheeks so something. That's really long wearing something. That has a matte finish. Is number one not going to melt in your car so you have a boom ray on lipstick. That's not going to melt Because of it it's essentially like a pencil rank yes component. That is so it's a pencil it's not gonna melts in the car and you can also use it on the cheeks news on the leads and that is like an ever giving products that he can make here okay. Let's break that down a little bit. What brand of the cran are you talking about. What are you like. I love the nour's pencils nour's but i am a high end. Boozy lady i really really like the maybelline stay matt inc crayons. They're awesome k. They say well under masks they don't move and their colors in the neutral category are really good. they're oranges. I would cer clara of eating really bright in pigmented 's as far as like red goes. Don't go into that camp but neutrals are really really beautiful and those are what's going to look most flattering on the cheeks as well okay following up to. What's your favorite goto dealer. That would be in your car. What brand i. Keep nour's radiant mac and sealer k. Car nail you can apply it without eating your fingers messy And i just use a brush to blended in. I use the same thing under my eyes. That i do around the face. Sofer blemishes All we're doing his brightening under the eyes and the best way to do that is just put a little dot in this inner tear ducts. Yes and then a little dot on the outer edge of your eye you mentioned mascara and good mascara okay mascara funny to me because i now have lash extensions. I've had them for probably. I don't know almost two years. And i do love them because i think the eyelashes are the most feminine feature on the woman. I love eyelashes. I always have to do you agree. She always has no yay or nay. I totally agree. But when i used mascara man i was on the hunt for the best one and you think you find it in college and they discontinue it. It's like why how you find. It was such a variety of mascara as through the volume in the thick. Brush to the little comb brushes inning to the clear stuff to the black on top of the staff members. Fivers lengthening all the things an mascara was like oh my gosh the end all be all to me. So what is your mascara. What is in your car. What you wearing they question. Her is a question and i know. There's probably a few and probably will have to like share multiple pictures on the stories. Here let's follow up. Do you use more than one on a given day. Yeah so funny because they feared Eras i've just yesterday I will. I will send you a picture. Okay lousy her full of mascara high-end yes they have drugstore. Yes and i told a couple that i don't duplicates of or friends came so maybe that would be a great way to know if i have duplicates of it that i love it k. Apple and my top ones are ilia limitless slash from sephora. You can get before lane and it doesn't irritate my eyes. Do you have an issue with blue out. You know. I never had a mascara bother me. I never have. Larry last one bothers me interesting. Okay okay two hundred zero good. As far as volume goes at the y. s. l. shock mascara is like you pull it out and the one looks like it's going to do diddly squat is it. Looks like it's been through a garbage coated in black ink. An inch bosch will give you the fullest lashes. The layering ilia with the ysl is monitoring masha wait. You're putting the ilia on i two link okay. So i'm bringing down the wia salon. I get volume k. And then ilia or separation and length and do you do it. Well the ysl wet or do you let it dry because no right you want it to be wet or it doesn't get crusty and you're not like we don't who has time to wait. No meeting agreed. I would assume that you have on a coat it while it's still wet. Then maybe you're not getting the lane the separation you okay. Katie like that. I love you so much because are saying okay. Tell me the example to visualize those lashes. Question i'm not able to put mascara on without getting it all my i no joke on my skin. Is there a way to like properly be applying mascara there to prevent that i'm using so many q. Tips every single tasty to like clean up the access. Do you have that issue or no. I don't have that issue do you. How our ladder legit every time. It's another thing that i feel about beauty. If something's going wrong in your routine it is always as women are go goto that there is something wrong with us. What am i doing wrong because this product isn't working for me right. Oh it's girl not about you. It's about the product so maybe you just haven't found the right lucy clinic. Maybe that's your twelve year old clinic the time to try something new not but that is our goto method that it's like this hasn't been working for me. This is doing this thing and you just kind of settle. Because you're like well. I also use our guests. I'm the idiot that's actually not true. Okay that's why there's so many products out there because there's so many different face shapes and types and to get the lashes that you want most efficient way will you. Maybe just need a different brush. Yes okay love that okay. So what are you carrying your car. Let's start there with your brow product though in my car i gary lancome brow gel brow jail. That's what i was doing round jones. Yes yeah. I really really like that one. It gets separation and maya style of the i really like is a lefty almost editorial look and so. That's the way that i can achieve i. It's like glue but it doesn't look like glue keeps them looking fluffy i love it. Love and i layer upenn on top of that to green hair. Like strokes like strokes. Yes yeah and what are you using my favorite one is the glossy row flick move and i thought okay. I think i'm gonna need one of those now. How do you feel just as we're on the brow train here and you can tell us about that. Waxing product too. But how do you feel about micro blading. Are you micro later. I did you support that. Do not like what are your thoughts about that as a beauty guru is support. Yeah whatever makes you feel incredible going into it. Everybody should understand the long term commitments and the end result of whatever they're doing and so i went in to microblogging appointment so excited to never have to use a product ever again and to this day. I still have redness under my browser that i can't get rid of. That wasn't the fault of anyone that did it. it was just. I didn't educate myself. I didn't realize that was a blonde haired email. Maybe it would turn red and maybe it would never go away. And so i. Totally support micro blading. If that is something that you've researched you know the girl who's doing it and it gets you stoked out of your mind to have that for the rest of your life as a beauty. If she amado and collector. I would rather follow the trends and so if we go back to a ninety s brow. I don't know if i'm going to over bucket. But i do kind of like having control over the shape. The color dates day Right amen no. I know i mike related probably man. It's probably been almost two years. And i remember feeling that way being like oh i don't want to get stuck too big. What if things change like out of style and a few years. How does it like. How long does it stay. So i agree doing your homework and making sure you feel comfortable with what you're doing. It's been good for me so far. But i don't know maybe it like well i'd like fade away. But i have to give. I have to shot out to the micro blading. I've done it three times. I do it like if fades quickly on me. So i do like every nine months but for someone who is very quick with their makeup. I don't have a lot of time because work in kids. And everything i feel like it takes the guesswork out of doing my browse and is no use brow. Product on top of micro blade. And i pretty much have the entire time but it it shapes them for me. It evens them out for me. Yeah i had no idea my bras were as an uneven as they are naturally so it kind of just took the yeah the workout of giving me the outline and everything and i do love that. Yeah i think that if you do your research. There are also so many amazing talented artists. That could get you to that place without having to have the commitment of microbe leading this part of beauty that i know frustrates women is that you do have a little bit of work in education if you wanted to turn out whether you want it. It's so easy to go into somebody and say this is exactly what i want. I trust you you take over. I agree now when you have told us about our makeup bag in the car or you counseling us to do our makeup in the car to have it available for touch up through the day. These are just the core things you need in life. I i say yes to both of the questions. So yes do your makeup in the car the best sliding is is it. Not where we all tweets are chin hairs and man. He's in the car to always like. Oh my gosh so where you you have the best like natural true light So he would in the car. You don't have to feel obligated to only do it in the car but that option is best case scenario especially when we have masks. Now we're wearing so much in and out of the car. I love having something to touch up as well and i always take my makeup k. On date nights. I always take it on girls nights. Like what if you all the sudden. Have a crane fit in the middle of your date in the middle of your outing or something gets messed up and you just want to be able to correct that because you did it to begin with hannah we just ride the wave then looks amazing and made you feel amazing in the first place. I don't see what would stop you from having those tools to continue to allow you to feel your best bestself. I love out of that really quick to jump though really fast that you mentioned mass now twice. What is another one or two lipstick. She would recommend because guys. I still do it. I still put on my lipstick and walk out the door. And then i get out of the car and i'm like oh i got up with the mass karn and and i m like do. I'm all over. i sometimes have matt. Sometimes i've sick but it does it smears. It's all over the mask oliver me. You'd think. I think. I donate lipstick anymore right now but i do so. Tell us like a lipstick that you love. I know you mentioned the crown. Is there one or two other products that work well with the mask. The glossy lipsticks was more like a stain Neither of these products are going to be hydrating. Yeah so you don't want anything sloppy wasi under a mask you want mean that stain put and whenever i wear either of those i take off my mask and i forget that i had on lipstick in still looks the same. That is a joyful interaction with myself. Like i'm so grateful i did that. Yes oh grateful that it lasted and so those are the two main products. That if i know i'm going to be wearing mass work in extended period of time those are what a reach for because they know that they will last the longest. I've wear a lip stain every single morning and sometimes layer on top of it with like another lip product. Or something that i do. I just. I love a good lip stain. The one where it's anesthesia. it's there. I don't even know it's but i literally the trick i have found okay. I'm such an amateur. I have found like less is more Like way is more like widows dane with the state in the lighter. You go the more the supplies. Use that with anything this grand that i'm talking about. I do not layer it on thick. I actually just outlined the lip and you could do the same thing with in me. Staying or haney leapt product including lipstick. It will increase longevity. Even if it's just a drugstore lipstick to just how line and then blend into the lip rem the outline of the lip to coverage okay. Why're validating me here. Yeah that's what i do. I ll legit. Put a couple of dots on my bottom limb. Only because have you ever gotten that line. John talking about the lip lip stain. Line like when the colors to light. And you open your mouth. And it's like a huge lion probably. Yeah oh die. Found behind of just put a little bit on news. My finger ended and it stays forever and it looks great. Yeah it becomes one with you. Yes that's what. I love it. Good technique i like steel la matt. That's what i've been using the last year or so and it stays but i. I probably all these over to on my lip. I probably always do. I probably always put on. Like being ringer does refresh her lip late. Nineteen times a day. I don't know. I yeah i just. I like to have a lip on all of it. All right we'll moving on from our car. Go to kit. Make sure you get those those things available with you in the purse. The car. what will work yes. We have to talk something. I have debated with lauren off the mike cow to apply foundation because katie. This is a big debate. Okay we are finger acquires. I know. Dumbness getting no no okay. Here's my thing right with the sponge. And everything i'm like is all product just getting absorbed in the sponge. Do you know what i'm saying. Well okay if you use the little tear drops yes thing that eating the blender the blender thank you the blender or the brush to even we feel like you lose much products offensive me. Tell me tell us okay. I'm hiding behind my mike. I know why are beginning to your row embarrassment. So there are absolutely zero should in life but more specifically there are zero sheds when it comes to your make up other than your makeup should make you amazing. That's the bottom line. So deep weird. I almost said that i was like that was. I wish you would've jeans genes. We did we say last night. The florida the night. And we're both like this is florida. I like florida best. Murder happened for old. That's the universe like translating to both of you that you're meant to be best friends forever this way way because what you prefer i wanna hear. They're doing a friends. So back to that phrase like should be thrown out the door okay. The education is yes. If you use your fingertips you're going to get a more sheer coverage man. You are more prone to streaking and lines on the face. If you use a beauty blunder you will have slightly more coverage than you would if you were to use your fingers and you will not have streaks or lines but exists sake a lot more time. It's a little bit more labor intensive so if you are in a rush sometimes it feels nice to apply something with the fingers and then going with a brush that you don't have any streaking. Rush is going to give you the fullest coverage in the fastest amount of time. So could you use less product by using a brush and not having to wash your hands after amen. Yes so my preference is a brush. Because i do feel like it's quicker to get to the result that i want and i end up with a better result because i can get more even of rich Have to say the way that you move your brush upon your face is like you should enticing yet like i just want to watch you do the up to the i and over that cheek like there's so much that's why i had to buy the brush i need. I need to do that like you. Flick the risks like magically. It's like hypnotize me. That's why i need to see more. Okay i know but she does. She does it so flawlessly. How you pike and okay. We're just going to go there. The contrary the kind. I mean that is i feel like that's the thing i'm so intimidated. Did he tried it. I think is a newer thing or has it been there since we were in high school. I don't know has he. I mean. I guess it's always been there. I become more aware of it until like the last ten years i don't know is that wrong. I know that's not wrong. Fair talent because as someone who was on the stage a lot we can manipulate our faces and so contouring is age old drag right age-old stage makeup through they're trained to manipulate your fees to create a character Now that's translated into women. Understanding we can now take that tool and manipulate our faces to look higher brighter more lifted so yes contrary number around four of your right for m ller. Yes and text and in the colors that we have available. It's unlimited. now yeah which is such a gift. Zoom more so. I do think that women are becoming a little less intimidated by that that it's something that that they couldn't do or that they shouldn't do And learning how. It could water their face and more of a day today. Look minute kim contour and make it look beautiful and lifted thinner montgomery single day. If you just know the right accents. So i if correct me. If i'm wrong like you're focusing kind of long kind of tell us the zones that you want to focus on and if you're out there wanting to contour goto katie's page and look at contouring. 'cause it's kinda taking detail mutt. If you have a contour pallet tells your favorite palette and just like those little points to highlight. I know that's really hard to do over the mike. No that's great you again. I'm going to resort back to my over thinker. It depends on the tone of your skin. What's gonna contour best like tony. The best absolutely right but the strategy is to. You're creating shade and light on the face so there isn't a specific placement. However if you want the face to look thinner you're going to create a shadow around the perimeter of face came. So that's why you have this three or the inverted e That i think. Bobby brown is touched sean. Years and years ago coming. Quan has a beautiful book where he like articulates all of that but there are different. Looks right ordered the contour that you're trying to achieve the essentially. You're just trying to use the the shading or shadow around the perimeter of the face to thin it out now. I have a five head. And so i extend i- tail on the top of your head to kind of bring the i down a little bit so the my forehead looks a little bit smaller. What is he five. I just got it when you have a forehead saying it was shaped towards like okay. Your forehead is your forehead. Yeah and you want to bring down the look got it. Yeah and and do you feel like your face. Shape plays into bad. If you're like oval or heart shaped or row early on that control like my best friend in high school had a forehead. That was like so so small. Yes no. I am not going to recommend to her to make her or had any smaller of which she up by a highlighter there to extend the forehead up it's just a manipulation of light and dark. It's an optical illusion it is it is that you can do that and i do think. There's a lot of really cool makeup politics that have cool coloring and the highlighter included. So it's like very simplified for you. Yes so the coolest videos i've seen is like a transformation with contouring. It is incredible it can turn into women and lopez. I know it's crazy. Amazing remy and don where the art comes into it and then ling gives me life mile love that aspect of it that i can morph into a different you me so at. What point does the contrary go on. Is it over foundation before powder. Where does it go does not matter. Okay if you're new to contour The way that i've been liking to do it is to put it on i. It looks a little hop hazard in a loose. A little bit scary but when you're blending out your foundation ben on top of that it tends to take out the intensity and so it makes it so that is a little bit more forgiving and that you have a little bit more play in perfecting that skill And once you have that skill perfected to get the contour in the right place to get it creating the look on the face that you want it to then you could apply after foundation but i love it before i love rile. Yes will i wanna hear your. And i know everybody's skin is different. Don't everything i know but if you had to name your top three high end beauty products. Whatever they might be. What would they be right now on this day. I'm sure it's ever changing. There are a few that are not so okay. The thing that i have used the very longest is the nour's ball and the shades of them have changed and it irks me beyond belief. All the names. That nour's uses a total prude. But my favorite one is orgasm. And we're gonna leave it at that and they have added other shades But it's just the most universally flattering easy to apply. Don't liner hydrates the lips. It's one of my favorite products of all time and so it's a lip balm lip. Okay awesome awesome. Hey what's number two number two an heart heart. It's like picking a child. Right number two would remain brow gel. I've used it for five years now. I know that it's expensive. It's frustrating to spend twenty three dollars on a brow gel. I know that there are a lot out there that also serve the same purpose but it is the one thing that lifts and keeps your browser in place. Anyone that i've converted to. It just doesn't know what they did without it. If nothing compares to it in the market in my this is a land comb brawl. Joe yeah and i would. I would back that. My mom has it and i use it every time i go to texas and i do love it good. Yeah it is really good okay. What's number three. So this isn't mak- But having a hyler onic acid in your routine a high acid or serum it is waiting to base level. Make your skin better. In my opinion it just amplifies everything else that you put on top of it. It protects the skin barrier so that you can't overdo the retinol so that you can't overdo any chemicals and so no that it's not make the number one thing that i can't live without because if your skin is garbage than your makeup is gonna look urban. Amen i love the okay. I've heard say it again. Hydro lawn acid right around. Yeah was learning in his. That in moisturizer is at a product. Stand a standalone product. Is i see that wording a lot. Now i want to say have a neutrogena one. Maybe a certain brand that it is or is it that you use specifically yes. I recently been introduced to the. Pca skin care hyler onic acid and is not cheap but it serves my skin which is the one thing that i'm going to have a record. The remainder of my life and so. That's what i choose to invest in well on the other side. We talked high-end now. I know for our more budget friendly listeners. Let's talk about some drug store. Must have do you have any. What would you recommend. I have lots. I love makeup from the drugstore. If you think you're going to get a better product just because it's a higher price point you are very ill-informed so i love the essence beauty. It's a two hundred ninety nine and there is a blush. Could not remember the name to save my life. But it's like a coral color. And i think that orange gift such a bad rap. It looks amazing on everybody or cheeks tend to pull read naturally and so it's so flattering to counter that pink. You read with an orange. And i think it's so beautiful. I don't know that brand you essence. I don't know i'd have to see it like i. Sometimes i see it by the local knows will actually do think i know essence but i'd i'd need to look it's all lower cap like lower case. It looks like wet and wild yes. Gene is on era. What i was seeing mir highlighter is so good too. That's another one. That i would recommend four ninety nine and the name of it is like will you be my highlight. I mean so the marketing for a twelve year olds here and it's on a budget and that's sometimes just what we need actually trying something new right. I have to share a drugstore. Find i got from you and i told all my friends about haiti. Glow shen yes. Yes i used it all summer. It's so much and the thing with that is that when you're it's it's very disposable because when you're in and out of the pool and you just want to quit cover with adult glow it is just so wonderful. I used it as a foundation or ever. I love it. I just use not as the base and then i would put on or a little bit. Tell me said laredo lauria lotion glow. Shen know it. I told you about over and holger okay okay. You hit the tendency to break out. Broke me out okay. I don't serve very loud for you. I'm not higher age right. well it's a whole nother problem because you have liking and yano. I mean it's i i tend to be on the wrong thing but but okay. I'm sorry i'm just. I'm taking over for art is these are good takes. Because that's like yeah. If you're going to a deserted island one one thing you had bringing i always said it would be well a chopstick realistically okay. Because the sign. But i would like a lipstick or a loss or something for my lip. And i have my on my eyes. It'd really caring t the bomb would come with you. I hear you to drive time. I can't nari small you okay. is there anything else. Maybe a must have just like a good budget friendly maybe one more. I really love a makeup for nominee forever. Makeup revolution sealer. I bought that from you to good. I bought that one tip. I have to say with that one is that you want to let it sit under the ice so it needs to dry down and then i think it turns into better. It turns into better coverage. It's it's pretty thin formula for the drug story. Think but letting it sit on. Under the i in uganda outlooks fall as green okay. We'll another little thing. I have to ask you is. Do you have product that you actually empty out. Because i'm sure you'd by much and you're constantly trying. Do you have any that are empty. I've gone through the nour's bomb. Yes maybe five times. Yeah yeah she does a fun a fun story about all her. What do you call it your empty ears. I do think it's fascinating or the ones you'll buy again that too. yes. I think that's really fascinating. So what are some. you've emptied because we were saying we probably have almost never emptied out a product to be totally on maybe a face wash. But that's probably about my max. Yeah i think. I have a tendency to run out of body and hair products faster than i do make up. Yeah skin care. I also run out so quickly absolutely. But it's the things that are coming to mind is the peter thomas roth lotion. The body lotion is my mary. Fear lotion on the market. And i have very crusty dry. Skin as far as makeup goes the hula bronze are have used since college. And i have hip pan on that time and time and time again i will never be without it we. What is this brand. So i'm sorry. Oh no okay well. I know katie. Stop looking back. Katy kirk yourself. I'm so happy to introduce. I'll things me right now. Benefit you know thank. You didn't stop. She said hula. Yeah so benefit who lebron. It's an square is ringing any bells. Well they out. Mike right isn't benefit all little boxes. Yeah benefits you're doing a good job though you know what you're talking about. Yes it's good. Mitt is good scrape brush so it kind of purposely like angles in the cheekbones in the spots right. Yeah well i mimicked my contour brush a little bit after that it's too small to do any kind of blending the comes with right you do want to get in the hollows of those cheat and get a good contour. You can also use as a bronze earth use a bigger brush and just add life. Act to the face No i bought that years ago in college too and then funny enough. I scott it probably two or three months back and it is. It's kind of just this. You forget how good forget how good it is taken for granted. They're saying stop. Got what did i do without you. I know it's so great. I got one. I wanna know to at this point in time. What is your go-to pallet. I have not opened tonight. Pallet minute this is the t. I haven't opened deny palate in maybe six or seven months really Spilling the team. But i thought you did like some like neon looks recently. Like i know there's a few like two or three months back but no neon was that liner got an iranian liner. All right like using a liner as an eye shadow. I have been gravitating more towards something. That's like liquid dries down to a matt so something like glossier stains on the literally easily just blending in with the finger. I have not opened an is shadow palate is what's the way is kind of how i feel and i have loved more minimal routine for myself so i'm not wearing mascara a lot of days. I actually do. You want to hear more t. Yeah i think eyelash extensions age women. That's the truth that just went directly into my heart. Katie that knife right there aged women in what way So it actually brings. The i down so when i'm looking at you it actually makes your eyes look smaller. Okay i've talked. I've said this exact point too soon with more she has over. I have deep set eyes. But there again so you big beautiful ice so i sometimes feel like am because i've got that shelf when she called the shelf hood hood. That's right hood. I've got the hood a high dad and so my eyes deep set and with my lashes it closes it off right closes my smaller. Yeah and then. When i smile i kind of have this. Don't say i won't say particular shape. I am so i feel like yeah lose. I really quickly but in eight today. Personal experience pride. I think it's fine but you right. Wouldn't i smile or posed for a photo. I'm like does it just shrink up my i. I wanna get clearer about my statement. Yeah and that is not me sane. The you look old and decrepit totally no is looking at edible on you but i sat down with my sister in law who is forty five. I think she's older but she looks like she's twenty eight and she was like i'm having such a hard time because i don't wanna get i want to get my lashes filled but what's the point during and just kind of sadder down and i had her look at pictures of me with my lash extensions had them were six years with Extensions without them. And i look younger without them and she kind of stepped into that and we had a little moment where i just asked her what she wanted her beauty routine to give back to her and she said she wanted to look younger and so that achieved that purpose for her and she text me afterwards and just said how was such a gift for me to be able to realize what i wanted out of my beauty routine and although the lashes are an incredible asset to the face it had become a crutch for her and was holding her back from feeling this more youthful vibrant self. Guess i know that so interesting. I feel like they've been a salvation to me. Yes because i mean i work full-time outside of the podcast and you know getting the kids ready for school on everything. I have just felt like. It's so easy just to like. Have that literally throw some light bronze or on and lips and be done. You know what. I mean like super-quick and so i know but i totally totally know what you're talking about that the truth. I mean we could end on that point of. What do you want out of your beauty routine our end or putting something on because your mom said this would make you feel amazing or some ad said it was gonna make you look younger right when you look in the mirror. Are you happy with the result. And if not there are so many awesome tools to get you to the place where you want to be whether that's more youthful more vibrant more buoyant more whatever that is still in the blink. It's not universe. I think that's so interesting that exactly like you said it's what you want out of your beauty routine done. Sometimes it's not even make up. Maybe it just glowing skin clear. Skin healthy skin. Maybe you wanna enhance it with a little color or definition or maybe wanna look as glam and as beautiful as possible and that muscle to every senior day. So i i love all the tips and the products and just your whole approach to beauty and one on her. Yes and confidence. I'm feeling good in your own skin. Yeah thank you so so much katy in q. And i'm an ask. One last question is off okay. What are some on tran- things you're seeing. Maybe for coming into spring and summer. Are there anything anything new or different than what we're doing now. That's kind of that you've seen. Yeah i mean. Obviously the runway is very different than what you're going to see on like a today. Yeah but i think we're going to be seen more day-to-day looks at incorporate neons and glitter. And i i mean. I don't think we are to rending. Back to where we were at claris with the blue chips fe and the blue aisha outer blue. Yes but it's not it's gonna look so different it's gonna be more geometric. There's a new take on it. Which i love. I am obsessed with kids. Like billie eilish that are up and coming that are creating new trends But i think it's trending more towards. We're going to try to push the envelope but it's not over glamorized align our shoul- wing of pink. It's like a geometric square liner without mascara. Something a little bit makes you think makes you question. You know all i was like. Does my grandma think i'm wearing lipstick. Or doesn't she like we're back there with funky when you just said glitter girl. It took me back to clair's again. And i had this roller did you. Guys the rollers roller glitter rollers. And we would let it on glitter. Od is my cousin. Came out one day and my uncle was just like did glitter bomb. Go off in your room. We were jasdaq. Just the eyes of glittered her sleep. It would be kind of fun to go back there. I don't know if i i don't know as a thirty six year. Old woman ever glitter again. Why not that is pretty fun. That's exciting fun. Oh my gosh. She has role on glitters. Well no she spilled the tea and the hot haiti spilled the teeth. Eighty we love you and if you are not following her go right now do it. Say your handle forest. Katie the b. e. y. o. u. t. way euro. 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Jordan Pearce is taking on the Supermarket Oligopoly for the good of the farmers.

The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

29:27 min | 2 years ago

Jordan Pearce is taking on the Supermarket Oligopoly for the good of the farmers.

"USTRALIA is the land of illegally we have full major banks to major telcos to major holding companies for news and two supermarkets rockets. The problem with companies is that they tend to unconsciously collude and ultimately squeeze supplies through the dominant market control. This is a huge problem. Australian farmers and consumers have very little power to affect change. This is the problem the Jordan pace is hoping going to solve with his business farm-to-market empowering consumers to buy directly from the farm and cut out the supermarkets. Welcome to the fractional. Stop aww marketing podcast. The podcast profound is who are frustrated to potential customers do not understand they undervalue that innovative business solutions. My name is jarod doyle in each episode. I interviewed the founders who openly discussed habit tackling the seven pays of stop marketing controls dot about fashion. We aim to learn through collaboration and discussion. Let's get into the side so welcome to the episode Georgia and thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me jared to be on your show and you had to talk a little bit about farm to market well. I mean that's why we here and that's what people lead to Nour's. Let's set the context of of what we're going to be talking about in the business and you can give us the pitch that is farm to market. Take it away great so Fontham. Fontham is an online marketplace. The really BRECHFA cates a farmer's market that you would go to on the weekend where for the fact that it lists lists a lot of the vendors products that you would say they're on the Waken is available really twenty four seven online platform for you to be able to browse and on on some of your favorite products fame local products that you can have delivered to your door a great. I can imagine that as a lot of people must get behind that as an idea and really really rally behind it because it sounds like it's exactly what the will needs right now so you get a lot of positive feedback when he pitched that model yeah absolutely so particularly with a lot of the Mama's also with customers yet as Bain at amazing a man of positive feedback that have come through from Pharma saying that they they used to only being able to sell products to limited locations and the fact that they would have to sit up their online store. I feel like the issues choosing setting up an online stole themselves. They don't actually say benefit and doing that so yes you taking the the heavy lifting for them providing providing the technical platform payments etc so they can focus. I guess doing what I do well which is growing and rising local produce on their phone right yeah yeah that's exactly right so and that's the idea behind that we we facilitate the transfer online transaction. We also help them with the distribution distribution solder things and help them reach a water a man of paypal the consume they produce so and the one thing I love the most is the fact that they getting more money on a four bit projects that they would usually have to send to a distributor and get also writes four so not only are. They getting an easier process for getting their produce to market. They're getting more folded produce which I love. Ryan said just because you know like people don't really know how the whole system works. You took their about sending it to to add distributor or a wholesaler. What's the process they afraid typical femme. They said they don't negotiate with woolworths or installs or they do that. Directly sometimes or is it was or is there always like a middleman Samana Twain. That's setting the price for them. Yeah that's right. There's usually a middleman in the process I think calls them will less definitely deal with some very large farms directly and they obviously were in a way that supports the the supermarkets and what they require to in stores the alochol bomb really they don't deal with any big stores at Olenin. It's very unlikely that I would even deal with a local vegetable at I would most likely go through Alon halls Allah in in the cities all become part of a distributor which mice distributors really just focus on like the hospitality industry like restaurants Jason and catering companies and things like that are the fact that day being able to talk to people about their produce is not die loved doing that and then to be able to spruch the stuff that they're creating but they can create value in creating as well and then a carrot isn't just a carrot to carry from the Afam found and on the organic farming conditions and it becomes more than that so that's why Obama's definitely really liked the idea of platform you must say hey I was a bit ignorant to that sort of process and that the idea that Iowa's imagined when I when I sort of rally around the idea and I think the why what you'll business is the idea Komo to support farmers and I feel like you know in stray calls awards or any of the big supermarkets inter in in the world. I get the sense that they're the ones squeezing but it might actually be a a combination of the beasts of market might also be that wholesaler or that. You know that middleman that actually will middle company. That's the one that could also be putting the pressure on the famous as well so we kind of get an inam is me being consumers that it's it's the big supermarkets that putting the squeeze on farmers but I guess you're saying they're going to be squeezed twice and what you're Proposing is that you know right around the outside of that and got direct consumer. Yeah that's right so I guess in any situation. The MO- hands ends up produce is going to go through the mall people again a tight. You know a chip off the talks. Oh yeah the fear is that through to mock it. We just have a standard commission that we take. It doesn't really matter what sort of product that you have which is fifteen percent so the farmer knows and it's very clear and concise loss about when and a farmer is selling produce through platform and even to the Cheema what's being taken from the transaction from Assad sort of thing right hence I can see. That's a really compelling story and you know this Bain. Businesses have gone into this space as well as if people are played in this space. I guess for me part of your selling stories going to be you and why you do it so I mean what's the catalyst for you Jordan being the person who's going to say Pham as and give us that direct to femme purchase riches. What's your origin story as to why you're doing this. Yes Oh really I've got a bit of a background in farming and agriculture through my family. My father saw there'll Pharma's everyone would appear Niamey Mafia family still working in working around Afam so ed famous I mainly wait in shape and other grain but they go through the same struggles as a as a fruit and vegetable Pharma in the fact is that it constantly having to worry about what sort of projects that I get based on the weather and conditions and things like that and then when they do you get that crop off they really don't have very much control of where they can sell it because as very limited locations where you can sell mate or grind and things like that so I guess it's pretty much the same within the fruit and vegetable industry where you have set a supplies resin and wholesales within a particular area and if you can't sell it yourself. You really did your only choice where he can sell them to. You projects to invite Szekely what I wanted to achieve to alleviate the issues that you saying everyday is really created a platform that gives gives the control back to the farmer so I think back when I saw the the milk story that came out calls them will worse or having a war. I've however the price of milk in the process of a later of milk by bringing it down to a dollar that basically caused a flow in effect to a whole bunch of small woah dairy farmers that just couldn't deal with period Tom of taking such a big loss for every on that they send them to the district so basically only the big dairy farms could weather the period that we're getting such low yield full what their production will end. You know it was too expensive to close Dan for Jill them. I guess in a sense you gotTA. CAL candidates be milked right. You can't not milk a cow or just doesn't doesn't explode but I'm not imagine it's extremely unhealthy situation to be in absolutely so it got to the point where I would losing over months and months and months losing losing tens of thousands of dollars and I say that as being such an unfair thing where the corporations at controlling the way in the industry working controlling the laws of the laws Lehoud's of farmers yes. Oh okay so that's the problem that you battling. The battle is the problem that you're solving here. Is that we ultimately ultimately will industry particularly. We've got a bit of a Julius markets mothers coming in now but the problem is that these two supermarkets wailed eld far too much power in terms of setting the price and demand and they can cut farmers out and so that's the proposition the direct democracy proposition that puts the Pharma back in some kind of control and using that same mechanism like you were saying that local weekend markets but it's a twenty four seven proposition so that so that is really really the problem. You're solving it. It's not about other things you solve a shame around. You know it's fresher and I guess consume a happy to support farmers but at its coal you just trying to break down that I guess drop away of supermarket retail is that is that the correct way think about it. Yeah absolutely will definitely in that fact that it was a personal thing for me. I really like soil seeing really good amazing projects frahm Bama's markets and things like that but the biggest issue is they're only open for a few hours per week and there's limited supply. There's not every day every weekend because I have other things that they have to deal with on a regular basis aces so it's challenging for them to put all producing a truck and get to where they need to get to and then put it out for south three or four hours away not nine if they're going to sal whole bunch of produce and it's really giving them the ability to be able to have paypal purchase from them at any time at any time during the week so for me the ideal setting the platform was the fact that I really like to have an amazing projects sourced whenever I can an unarmed want to have to go into the supermarket the market and Buy Bananas or apples at abandoned sitting in cold storage for months at a talks. I I really understand. That's that's interesting because that's I mean that's a different problem and so two problems related so you've got me interested situation rights. You've got a marketplace talking to lots of Maka places at the moment. It's a desirable thing a two sided marketplaces says desirable for people to go into because you can explode it can also be hard to do and I say that because you know we started talking about a problem for Pharma's as a former vice problem and then and there's a consumer problem because consumers want to buy products directly from farms and they want to get it fresher as well and I just wanted to in terms of your primary problem that you're solving if your customized five hundred started correctly you'll customer is like your custom only pays you is alternately the shop Kashima me than I guess it makes sense ends that the primary problem you're solving is actually focused around me being the consumer and the farmer actually being. I guess the product side of Youtube started marketplace so in that sense that second problem that you articulated which is the desire people have to support farmers wall spaying intrinsically. The same problem is just a different way of looking at it and you know. Has it a guest that the real problem that Pham democats solves the primary problem that Damascus solves these for the consumer because that show customer. That's that's why you make your money and the problem. They've got that have any choice visiting S I I would shop at farmers markets all the time if they were easy to get to because you know you travel and two they were there all the time but not therefore I end up one of the majors so you know. I don't know if I have correctly but I think for me one of the things I was thinking about a marketplace applies. Who's WHO's the customer. WHO's the product I guess in your sense? The product actually is the farm onsite you do you can stack them high so to speak and then if your customer is is the consumer then it makes sense that the primary problem solving is giving them access to the farms not the farmers access to the customers. Does that make sense of I have. I got that right or is it. A is it more confusing them at absolutely jared idiots it is so there is a wise to two problems to solve in Dublin marketplace and ultimately you know at customers customers are the consumers of the food yeah and that is absolutely the probably the largest larger problem that we are trying to solve because the demand is Israeli the when you look at some of the issues of happened with lodged networks. Were you have the strawberry issue that happened. Iliad Elliott this year where there was some pins fanned in strawberry products that within Fannin supermarkets I ended up having a flow on effect where basically that hall supply plot shine in a hall style had to be Redone and all stories within that supply chain really get dumped so where you create the network Twain and we give access directly to farmers for customers this traceability back to where you're actually you'll actual orange or your strawberries wpro breeze being produced so and that's obviously that's the promise you've gotTa make to those customers is that you are buying direct from the Pharma gets the money. Directly traceable is trackable Hayes. The farmer is kind of clear. That's what I look at the farm's website. That's that's the bit that comes out and says hey here's the former here is the produce of his picture his name his story and so. I guess that's the promise is that you're saying hey. I'm going to be really clear and transparent and pasta that through. I guess Marley with that and I think if you can deliver on that promise people be happy. I guess the question is when it marketplace is always that fear around leakage linkage and linkage paying you know what stops someone from from going direct a by stories of directly what stops me from going direct wreck the second time instead of cutting said found to market completely out of the business model there yes so why we get around that is create an amazing platform. The people really want to use it. They say the valuing US validating the Pharma's Certifications Bay Organic. Oh by dynamic coal all the trust is in the oven. It's also in Fontham rocket. AAs giving the stamp of approval for the Pharma on the other end of the marketplace doc at place is way create the system to be so easy to use for the Pharma the vice often people back through APP platform so that's interesting so that potentially jumps into the my final pay which has propagation. That's that idea that that a Pharma might actually say hey. If you WANNA buy my produce use than the easiest way to do it is through farm to market. I mean have you. Have you seen that happen. At Pharma sided referring business to you yeah absolutely and with a lot of the foam is is that we do have they don't tend to have their own online store or what about a would absolutely refer people through L. Online platform because it's easy easy to select what you want in your box all it's easy to find where a particular deliver because ultimately when he saw up to a platform platform you put in your postcode if you can say a farmer on the platform bike into liberty so it's as easy as is raffling. Iran to try on fallen. Wadeye dykes delivery role. It's all their available straight away once you once vendors profile but either from from a growth point if you it's an exciting proposition to think that your customers find Pharma's Pharma's get excited about that and then they actually supply the model back in. It's it's serve a you know if it works. It's model grow itself in the sense that it's easier for families to refer customers found to market and those same customers become customers the other farmers in the whole network effect. Sasa takeoffs I that's I guess that's the Holy Grail absolutely and we've already had femme as refer out of Pharma's to get onto the platform. allman wave wave grind through that way as well so. I can imagine I can imagine the Pharma side of it yet the logical. It's kind of like hey is somewhere where we can sell direct right. Get a better margin control. Our destiny is like yeah cool. Sign me up but the super exciting is the idea that farmers refer customers or potential customers and saying hey we not really hot you know you can't just turn common by photos with the strawberries but he can't buy through farm to market so yeah we'll. I'd much prefer that that white in why I because we first of all we don't we take a margin that's inhibitive and it's they usually in the farm and they WANNA be able to focus on what they're doing and when they do put together orders they want it to be in one place and they have a list things what they need to put into boxes and have a list of the customers that nate to supply two and we give them a lot so they're not getting colds at any hour during the day by just get to the day when the packing night deliver on a fraud audio whatever they and they know what they need to supply so we take all of that complexity away from them so they can focus on what they do best and that's that's creating gripe produce and going back to the consumer side and in your customers. What do they look like at the moment. What's the PA- sign a makeup of a typical the farm to market customer. How old are they. Where do they live. What are they like. What are they. Where is it or do. They look almost exactly like the people I'm GonNa say down at the local baton we amok. It's farmers markets that I go to his exactly the same demographic. It won't be exactly the same I think the papal that OP OP purchasing from US tend to be moms that have one or more kids that have school sport on the weekend the really care about what the family or aiding love to get to the farmers market but just caught Mike it on a regular basis so ordering boxes from us and just being in the area that rain on the Gold Coast that we're getting a lot of retirees and things like that the the same thing I'd like to get into the famous knock but the enjoying their loss so if we can bring the farmers market to them they really appreciate it. So that makes a lot of sense. I think zinc clear in my mind. This idea that the real problem is that people would shop correct. They would go to farmers markets but it's entirely inefficient. If Yeah like you said you've got kids. I've got Saturday morning. Sports and we spend the whole Saturday morning driving between Nederland Salka type the markets are on a Saturday that it optimistic side. That's right yeah that makes sense that makes a lot of sense so they would go to farmers markets by choice but for some reason it's in con- that's the ideal customer and that's dragging throat so brilliant so thinking about then we're thinking about what's existing in the market so so how do you position than farm to mock it like how do people move kind of ready done it but so. I guess on one hand we're looking at you've got will western calls and Alex Trust. That's one end and your positions buy direct from farmers and are so you know. The other side is to get a farmer's market so you sort of convenience versus a supporting all the other side. I guess it's convenience but then it's interesting because you've also got delivery right so your calls and Willie's will do delivery and that super convenient so I guess what what are the key variables that you look at when you're trying to compare position as governor markets. I someone absolutely understands what you're doing. Yeah I think it's really with focusing on providing auditing that farmers market experience so people that really appreciate fresh nutritious produce particularly organic a lot of Alabama's the want the convenience of having it turn up to the door. I think there's a lot of people that have a very time poor and the mole way engage people in in and around the city ago costs. They're really came to to get on board with what we're doing so yeah and do you think it's a big driving factor the con- kind of support a farmer and by local like that exon of altruistic approach or do you think it's more like the organic in the freshness and the and the lack of any sort of the spe eight to your plate. I guess which of those factors is more important to us customers. I think there's definitely an element of supporting farmers and definitely getting and feedback through social media channels and things like that the people really appreciate united the fact that the Y. Platform exists in how we connect people directly eh with paypal purchasing. It's really bad convenience and getting that produced dino when it comes from the Pharma. It tastes bitter. It's Chris Baugh. You know where the produce is coming from an is going to be quality. Yes against in that sense. It's combined for me because it's better it's yeah can say it is is trackable. Amazon over the freshness taste the flavor all those elements and then the guest post purchase rationalization is and I've supported Afam which makes me feel good so opt. Dr Already made my decision what I'm GonNa do for me. Pose purchase. I also get support farmers. That's great like supporting. AFAM is probably not a primary driver the driver for most of your customers but it's a really nice post purchase rationalization for the season that you've already made is that fast. I'm Marie well with add a debt. Yes I- a papal they they decide based on their stomachs and what makes them feel better really so yeah. I think that's true of of so many businesses is that there's confusion over like primary decision making things you know. Why did I choose something and then. How do I rationalize afterwards so it's kind of like I choose myself from slightly selfish reasons. You know it's much more about what's in it for me but if I can get the Nice feel-good feeling afterwards that helps me come back a second time and I think if vive got that makes right. That's fantastic. You know that's it might not be you know any other products I might not buy a car because it's got sixteen airbags but I liked talking about it afterwards because it rationalize why maybe bought a car that wasn't entirely rational the first time so yeah yeah nice huge medicines so I guess loss Jordan just just thinking about finding customers and how you go about doing that. I mean it's GonNa be difficult because you're up against some pretty significant mocking budges from the manages into how you going to get your message out to these Bahamas market customers who are Time poll imagine. It's hard persona to actually find your marketing. Yes it is what will do to really connect with people that are looking for that top producers that will connect via social chlamydia so we really look at influences that have a strong food focus and connect with them so we create some exposure with their followers and and have a flow in effect and will will lookit working with the farmers themselves so though be you know word of mouth is amazing and particularly with a lot of these farmers markets if you do go to them. There is an element of the sign papers turning up. WE'LL TOM but there's a lot of people that a- coming there and asking asking the question to the farmer's market stall holders saying awakened by self out I come to the farmers market this week or next week or the week off and we're going to give them the platform and the ability to say you can source it on Fontham market so if you count on and in supermarket or if you're looking for something that's a little bit more bespoke or you're looking at something thing. That's fresher than you can get anywhere else. You'll be able to fond of at Fonterra market. Yes so that I guess if I was going to summarize that in my head what you've said is it's kind of like hustle. Oh really hard to stop with bill the customer base and then bank that propagation into your proposition so that it you know effectively peoples that have the farmers themselves the customers refer at around and feels to me like the farmers referring customers is going to be absolutely K. because you don't want to go out delivery TV appetizing so you've you've really got to sell it to the farmers so that they grow the business. I guess grow the business for you and you know and they look at it. It's not going to get rid of the FEMMES markets. I mean if I can get a farmer's was mocking by the same product. Pick it out exactly as I want. Choose executive dozen carrots and fifteen percent mole. That's GonNa continue to happen but as outlaws allies get busier as we are seek on well and I will get there. That's the market that starts to pick up for you so yeah we really good and in terms of like. I guess the Hustle Howdy the hell you hustling the Those first people at the moment is just getting at the bat is that social media is e mailing coaling how he's hustling. I fest customers into the platform survey using social media channels to grow L. Impressions in a follow through some online appetizing and then we're getting out there in meeting with bombers and looking at partnering with them to be able to toggle their followers as well so using some really influential local. Oh Cool Pharma group soul associations to then get on board with what they're doing and then grow supported by so we are also we've spent spend a bit of time in engaging with local media to expose out at platform and get a following through the local community which if you had really good response so we've had a little article in the or lodge article I should say in the Gulf coast bulletin way to get it onto the seven years loss weekend and I think old news outlets because it is a really knauss audio and the fact that we all supporting farmers and people happy to do that. It's a new idea that not really any other companies done in these structure before a lot of different media outlets a cane to get on board and share the message so which is really great yeah well. I think I think right from the start. You know it's really clear it's a really easy business to get get behind sort of emotionally say the vision you got yeah. That's something I really WanNa. Get behind that. Something I wanNA say succeed so you know I guess from my side best of luck with the execution distribution because if you get that big right then the funny people jumping on board for the journey so if there are people who wanNA check out farm-to-market I'm showing the website is the best place to go and get started from there yet. Absolutely jump on board putting you posed to to then signifier location at in your Amal and Password and and then you get access to the vendors that can supply you directly that are in your area is a little bit of a hurdle to get through and then you you can say what's available in your area so it's going to work and I guess just for the we'll put the link into the shines but it's farm to market dot com that a you and that's the number two in the middle of it. That's correct. That's correct. That's the one if got people that want to help you agile connect or even could imagine as many farmers who are going to listen to the podcast me if they aware and they wanted to connect directly with Jordan or help add in some way. What's the best way to find you online yeah so you can find me why mile linked in a can't was linked in Jordan g piece all give us an email shoot us an email at contact at farm to market DOT com today you great well. Jordan wouldn't look thank you so much for coming on and being open and honest and sharing your advising you tips and Eugenie Sipho. I think like I said you know there's a clear Joel Joel benefit. He could get it away. I can see people really aligning to the vision and the mission that you bet take united so look best to lock with engaging with those customers and delivering on the promise that's company can do. It's GonNa be fantastic but thanks for your time and I've really enjoyed it. Thanks jared thanks for having me on yeah really appreciate the Boston exposure exposure and looking forward to the future and no problem jazz jess. Thanks for listening to this week's episode I. I hope we're able to provide you with some great mocking ideas that will really help your business as always if you'd like to support me and the show just jump onto chains or wherever trivia listening to this podcast and write and review those reviews really make a difference and help me reach a broader audience if you'd like to connect the best way to find me of course he's on unlinked. Dean following me on social media just connecting and if you could ideas for future episodes or your Marketa and you'd like to appear in a future episode which is hitting on late did as well well. I'd be happy to have a chat. Thanks look look forward to speaking with you next week.

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Ep 32: All The Apps, All The Things (Clubhouse, Supergreat & more)

The Life of A Makeup Artist

18:06 min | 4 months ago

Ep 32: All The Apps, All The Things (Clubhouse, Supergreat & more)

"Welcome to the life of a makeup artist. Podcasts a beauty podcast that gives you a real inside a look with no photos on how artists really live. The life of a makeup artist digs deeper to inspire educate elevate from beauty. Talk to business chats and interviews with industry insiders. I will also share my experience as a caribbean woman. Living and working in new york city. And take you on the genie. I'm on and share the stories of the people. I meet along the way. I'm your host jellison jacker on makeup office and beauty. influenza b. shot joined the community on facebook and instagram and finance using hash. Dial the life of mika practice. Hey guys welcome back. i'm your host. With the most est. Jelly sta and i wanna talk about all the apps and all the things we're going to be talking about clubhouse super greet amazon newness dot tv. Yeah let's about it unless we not-i'm clubhouse I feel like i have met so many people on clubhouse but i wanna give you all the tea and all the things First of all if you're not familiar clubhouses houses on audio only drop in app and it has been transformative for me and i'm sure for a lot of other people as well so i'm kind of the up girl. I'm kind of that girl. I kinda liked to take that with. Pride i. If there's an ab- i mean not all the apps. But i find myself to be very curious whether it's marco polo during quarantine or it's house party or it's whatever it is. Give me all the apps. She'll me all the things i wanna know. I wanna learn now. Clubhouse came up for me. At the end of october dion who's enemies in casting director. New york invited me to the app. And ever since then i became a little obsessed and when i say a little i mean a lot I cup says it really was a fun thing. It was a fun time. It was something that you know just like it was cool like we're inside. It's cold in new york. You guys on from trinidad said don't play with that. I'm inside. I'm snugly a warm So it was my best friend. I stayed on clubhouse twenty four seven and what happened was as time progressed. I was able to start a club. And do all the things i was like. You know what. I'm going to create a space on hair and i call it the beauty room And beatty room. Kind of embodies. What i tried to do with all where i exist online. I wanted to be a very inclusive space And it's so funny because dion message me one. The end was like send she sent me. A screen shot it just like you know. Your club is like the biggest beauty club on ride. And i'll just like a nose not She's like yeah it is. I know it's not And she's like yeah. It is and i was cracking up because what we got on. The app was no search function to look at clubs and look at all of those things. It really wasn't what was on my mind. But i try to like because i work from accra five years. Maybe maybe that will. Maybe it's just. It's partly that partly who i am what you know. The all ages all resource exits type of thing Really resonated me from with me from jump so you know. I invited all my friends to come in at the time. It wasn't like a thing where anybody could have a club. And i was like yo. You wanna come chill with us. Come here with us. You wanted yet like is it's a vibe And within that time you know more more and more people started to come on the upright january february like explosion. But what. I felt it to happen. Is that a no sheets to the people in cooperate. But i felt like it started to become corporate clubhouse and i was like saying like you know like what is going on. You know and you know. I didn't want people to feel like. Oh well. i'm a brand phenomenon. Oh that so. This is our conversation to have. It's like no. It's like an entire beauty community obviously like in these spaces you also have to listen and learn but also stuff that the other side could listen to right. It's it goes hand in hand So you know. I wanted to shake things up I wanted to kind of like you know. I think a lot about how like when i moved to new york. Obviously it's like lewke leaders does or you know people who don't get invited to do certain things or not invited to the party or the event or they don't get invited to a podcast. Whatever and. I'm just wait since i've gotten here. I have met so many amazing people that have given me. Opportunities has shared things would mean they may not have the muslim to follow us or engage mental celebrity clients. Whatever it is. But i think they do. I think they're amusing. And i want to bring them in. So that's what i've been doing on the podcasts. If you haven't catched up episodes please do And that's what i do with beauty room So i always feel like The any any space that you wanna be in just make sure that it feels inclusive and you guys might think i'm crazy right but in i think in december added dream i dreamt about close to judge me. I had a dream and in the dream. I somebody so is injury. I was hosted this trivia nights show. I was like oh i'm going to have this trivia nights show the trivia show was so fun and i wake up the next morning i told my friend and i was like yo. I had this dream act. She's like you. Should you right right yet. I should try it out. But i didn't know exactly how i wanted to like position it yet right and charlotte elian kathy. Who was like so down on my crazy ideas. I decided that. I wanted to have this trivia night and the tribune i was so fun. Obviously i it. Everything gave the cash prize and the gift prize and all of that And we did it quite a few times and didn't realize how much work it is. It's a lotta work But we had so much fun. We did different categories nails makeup skin. Care like we did it all make history while it was really exciting is that we actually partnered on ended up partnering with pi which was also beheaded by the greasy. J. the editorial neil As she's an amazing curious concrete in new york And just was like wow. I had a random dream in december that had trivia night and hair. I am actually like doing something with brian that i've loved for so long. Opie i was celebrating their fortieth anniversary And we did like you know. I designed these cute little these cute little like Photos profile photos became like really fun questions And it was a lot of fun at actually got covered in forbes and a few other online articles And i was just like. Wow so i all about this as that like you know remaining curious than and following through with ideas trying something you just never know where what it could be you know and you know who knows what night is i i i have an i. I have my vision of what i would like it to be but like you just never know ray. I fully believe that curiosity is is always going to take you places. It's definitely going to take you places. And i also want to you. Know huge shot out to nour's I love it when brands are are innovative. They don't take forever to activate in space. I'm gonna get it. It's all business decisions but It was cool that they came in and sorted sorted out the voices That were prominent on the app and beauty myself ian mcculloch we had three different conversations that was also paired with some deliverables on a relaunch of their Pureed tinted moisturizer. Of course a product that i already owns unloved And it was just super cool because brand that. I've loved for so long. It took you know clubhouse to bring that together and i believe things everything happens in. It's it's perfect time in right And it's just been so cool. Denies amazing on the entire. Nar seem is amazing but the way that they executed it was it was great and i think a lot of brands eat the diagnosis. Because sometimes it's a lot of. We're not sure what. But i think not. Just what brands. I'm calling brandon just seeing with in life with brian. Whoever it is sometimes you got to take a chance and see where things go and testing out And and that. That's what's going to give you. You know you can't have results you can have. Metrics will end results without trying something. So that's that on that clubhouse i there are so much there's so much more i can see but i'm just like floored by the friends that have made you know not just in beauty. Obviously in beauty might be beauty crew and you know all my People in the beauty kicked back that we do every saturday morning on eleven. Am es t. It's just been really nice to meet people from all over the world. Abraxas sim hard up to marry him. Victor in all different walks of life nothing to do with beauty I think that has been incredible. Incredible And i've met so many amazing musicians like austin and stuff to Let's move on to the next one If you guys have any specific questions on clubhouse you can let me know But i think that you know just going on there and peaking your head in it. It's it's it's a good is a good thing. and So let's just get into the next so i All i forgot to share though I actually got into the creative. I finals alum. I didn't wanna forget that janine. Lebel the phone ceelo cosmetics. Did the episode with me. It was amazing. I did not go onto the next round But you know. I still show up on clubhouse as i should And i've as i always did But it's been so like it's been su- such a humbling experience So much so many iconic people in beauty that i just never had access to You know Janine ron and like all friends you know this is wrong. This is deleted the like. You know it's just been it's been it's been a great time and of course i have to talk about my credo for his pilot. I was one of the finalists. And i spoke with the amazing. Jean lebel I think that's the beauty of clubhouse it's the it's an equalizer where you know anyone of any walk of life. Can you know meet these amazing brand founders. These amazing people and just talk and get to know them on a different level Janine was so kind to have me interview her on live on the app and it was an amazing conversation But let's move on to the next. Now you guys know. I absolutely Love super greet Super is an app. That i've been using for a really long time around twenty. Eighteen twenty nineteen actually met savannah. Pre cool bed at a wanda beauty event and They interviewed me. We spoke about my work on toronto berg and all these people and all the things I started using the app. Because i just love. The team fell in love with everything about the app. And and i started using it quite regularly and essentially what What super great is is that you review a product when people look at your video you get Views those rack up into coins and then with those coins you can quote unquote by product. Where pretty much redeem product with those coins for absolutely free. no shipping. No nothing An amazing concept bryant on of course for brands think ugc and all those things And i've introduced quite a few brands actually to the But i've been using been using soup agreed for some time now And i've met a lot of friends on the air so right now i actually have a live show on there. It's called beauty besties. And it's so crazy because i would have never thought that i would have a live show on there right and i'm learning a lot about live shopping on the last one that i did was within his free. Actually i i had a conversation with the clubhouse team tyler. savannah analyzer. Then scooter baron. Show because he invested in the abbas well in super involved so that was pretty cool. But it's so great to see these brands and these apps transform and change What the beauty community looks like and what it feels like. it's way more inclusive. It's not just like oh it's influenza. No it it. It went back to community. And i think super agreed Has a a huge part to play in that so my show is called best happens on actually on wednesdays as well so full days on wednesdays on only for maybe a month or so again for a month or two actually and i love about super grade is that you can literally exist on this app if you're kind of scared to get into content creation and you wanna kind of shoe you know some product you wanna test things. Oh you wanna like meet. People like have a tribe. I i love. I love super great for that so If you haven't been on there i leave in the show notes You can get free coins if you use my code. I don't get any monetary anything But you can get free coins. And i can equipped to try your new product a new product. I have been introduced to taller. Twenty eight coastas in beauty project. Lally beauty like. I've met some amazing immi. Brands that have been has grown to powerhouse. Bronze now on super greet so. I don't want you to sleep anymore. So yeah also. My inboxes open. If you guys wanna message me at the life of a makeup artist you have any questions or even on my personal actually suggest on if you have any questions about These apps and the next one. Actually i want to Take right into a newness dot tv now. Newness is really spearheading was happening in china with live streaming apps. A lot is going on also on amazon live. If you haven't been on there it literally looks just like youtube. It's kind of insane And i've been on that one since last year Early during quarantine Very really corentin days Haven't been on there is much And i'm going to be more so on newness. I have like my whole list of things that i'm going to be doing because i've been enjoying going live more even on instagram but essentially Newness is twitch for beauty And the owners Jenny kwan and They were former employees of twitch And of course you know. I also had a conversation on clubhouse with them And it was amazing. But if you guys want to know more about newness Hopefully when i have daniel on the pod guys. Daniel martin who i met on clubhouse. He's really Instrumental in what's happening on newness and the launch of like the products from tasha and you know rare beauty and all these things keys amazing. He has a series on their coalition with daniel that i really enjoy but i would love. You know when when. I have him on I'll have him talk more about newness. But i wanted to talk about all these things. Because there auctions there's always options for us as creators as makeup artists. Whoever to kind of like see what else is out there. You don't have to be on on all the things but it's good to know what's going on like alf. Just launched twitch channel which is kind of crazy right and then also bobby brown face. bobby ronin sephora Activated with facebook live shopping. So it's something that we're gonna be seeing A lot a lot of what. I like about newness as that. You know. A lot of people do different things as like. Let's talk about mental health. Let's do an on boxing There's so many conversations That is just a little bit different from what we see on our on our main channels. I'm experimenting a testing different things. I'm seeing how they go I think it's important to to be really integrated into the community that you're part of and that is for me the beauty community And what it means to be part of this community to learn to listen but to share I'm really excited for upcoming guests. We have the harry. Josh she's an amazing hairstyles and besides that he is an amazing person. I i'm just like floored by just by who he is And then we also have amy of skin fakes maria. dial of course as i mentioned. We're going gonna to see daniel martin on the podcasts. Well he's such an icon and the fact that i get to talk to him. And you know it's just been it's been amazing What cub house has done for for the beauty community in general. We've seen so many people. Pop up ron and christina way and keady of well. Katie welsh of rare beauty It's really like a true community. And i think that's what you can find all of these apps regardless if you choose one of them all of them Of course i'm going to be continuing to use them until you guys what i think what you know if what's the real tea like i'm that's what i'm here for But i'm really excited And i just wanna say thank you so much for being here with me for listening to this episode. Don't forget if you are enjoying these episodes and our past episodes it'll mean the world if you can leave a review And share a few words on on. Why you think You'll love this. Podcast so i'll talk to you guys in the next one bye guys.

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Visualisation of Data to Understand and Address Education Requirements

Future Cities Africa

14:29 min | Last month

Visualisation of Data to Understand and Address Education Requirements

"This future cities africa episode is presented in partnership with one map. Visit them at one mac dot. Co say as possible one map series on integrated digital mapping. my guest. today is monica rollo. She's an industrial engineer at kiro. An independent school network in south africa. We'll be looking in particular. At how spatial analysis can be used to understand and address educational needs before we get into that monica. Welcome give us a brief introduction to your role and background as you said. I studied undergrad in industrial engineering. And what's amazing. Industrial engineering kind of gives you a broad overview of a wide variety of different fields. And then through. I kinda developed a passion slow data signs optimization in programming then. That's kinda why. I decided to do a mazda sir as i said kinda gives you minded guy gave me a touch of everything but then decided to dive deeper into the data science field. My moss's kind of focused on obtaining optimal waiting areas for drivers of transportation desperate companies so is a company is like you either tax fine left etc and then these waiting areas found by using unsupervised learning to cluster historical pickup points. As you can imagine. These historical pickup points are made up of nazi longitude coordinates and enact. Kinda give me the exposure to julius and special classes. You i am now. I basically work at your holdings industrial engineer there. And then i focused more on the giants aspect data science as well as project management and managerial aspects. So you practically used geographical information systems will s in what you do at your holdings but you didn't study joyce nour's so like i said my mazas kind of gave me a little bit of exposure to in through that i kind of understood the impact that can have even if it is just in a small portion of the study. If i could say anything is more that i used to aid eighty my analysis. So i'm more used as a tool just to enhance what i was already doing. And that can be applied to various you know just gives that extra aspects or elements to denounce. It wasn't present before so. What societal need dusk cheol beings address jerrell holdings basically is an independent school network in our vision is to make independent schooling available to orderliness within southern africa. And then this is basically done by. Acquiring schools developing schools add a management of independent schools throughout africa as well as a selected. Few other areas are concerns. And then through this we also want to ensure that each at is accommodated 'full and then on top of that it also adds to the placement of school snow as you can imagine. We want to place school that way. It makes the largest impact and in that kind of way. The giants specializes comes in secure has got ambitious plans but there must be some major challenges that you're facing what what are some of those now. Are you addressing the major challenges as you can imagine. It's challenged as africa is basically getting clean reliable data so if the basis of your analysis is incorrect so for example occasion of learners is incorrect than whole analysis unreliable for example timothy lennon umbrellas etc If we don't have the correct application of learners than we have now exactly the type of learner we getting enough school and then another challenge. Like i said drew has a very wide markets. It's quite a challenge. Just trying to make sure that each learner regardless of the background regardless of the needs accommodated for an is satisfied and gets quality education and then gun of looking at solving the three big major challenges that you've just mentioned are you using data analysis geographical information systems and these kind of new type of technologies to solve these problems. The first one basically getting reliable data obviously if you do have sources that do have reliable data to the nuts. I price but if you can't then the next best thing would be together day to yourself. So in the form of use of forms and if possible try to include that geographic components maybe got the dates on a map just so again Adds an extra dimension to the data that you connecting and then furthermore make sure that data collection process that the fields are all very little pretext so limited selection just to enhance the information and the quality of the information that you get the second one with regards to understanding the learn betta i think in that aspect tried to like i said brothel-owners nation ending syria. That we have a location. We can kind of enrich our current bennett's to whistle area. Intonations that renard. I k- out this learning comes from this type of area. Is the dogs. Checkers in the area is their laurels. Just so we can better understand what type of learner we dealing and in sousa we can enhance schools and decide which fools to grow which schools have more potential and then also how we can mock. It's certain schools to get more of that time. And then furthermore also evaluate competitors sir see which schools have large competitive. Maybe that's why you know we need to adjust all out goals accordingly. So that's definitely how we try to get bit on signing up and name similarly when we also know what the needs of our learners we can then look at how to adjust existing schools with regards to facilities all with regards to offerings as well as look at way to place new school. So i said if we if we plod alana's and we see that there's a real need for school in this area then we can visually able to say okay. Maybe this with looking into And that kind of said problem of school placement so we can look at with his. Maybe a real need for independence quality schooling that will make a large impacts to the niners of the surrounding areas can joy. Sp applied to solve problems in or assist with decisions made in other industries. I definitely gis is just a tool to kind of enhance existing analysis since kinda give that extra components to the date that we already have so for example you know. I mentioned the placement of schools. This can be applied to any facilities away houses to a has an optimal location as to minimize traffic and reduce the time between facilities and then furthermore can also be used in maybe crime so looking at way. Crime hotspots occur and as you can imagine with applauding us on a visual. Math thing will just be like rose on excel sheet of incidents that have occurred so by just visualizing on a map we can already see. This is an era with a high crime and they know exactly which areas to to monitor again can be applied in a wide range of sectors and industries in some similar matters just to kind of in hans and yet that stupid understanding of the to that we already have so if the value is clear and clearly understood what is standing in the way of everyone. Adopting these new technologies. If i compare it to something that i guess we not become familiar with which is a shining when it first came out. Everyone was kind of scared of it so no one really wanted to adopt it because it was big scary thing that was gonna take over type thing now. Jesus isn't as i think isn't as big as i but it still has a similar type of feel to it where people kind of scared to tap into it just because they don't know the capabilities and they feel like you need some hectic quantification to be able to do it We as that isn't really the case. Like i said it's a symbol as plotting points on a map just to kind of get that the extra comprehension of the data that you have so. I definitely think it's just the fact that people are more scared. That if they do they're gonna do it wrong. Will they feel like it's someone that you need someone that can stay. Studies can tap into taxing So again i think people want say a start learning about it too went to stop playing around with bill going to be able to see exactly how much julius can bring to the companies in the data that the house so as we progress in time do you see as being used more extensively and it being seen as part of everyone's workflow. Yeah definitely sir. For example at can be used to look at for example shops near me all that stuff that we use every day without realizing like when we go especially now during cova times deliveries and you know going out into the world is becoming less and less where we can literally just go. I wanna shop at release weekly okay. This is what i need. This is where i am that's old. Gi is trying to get your occasion trying to find the willies nearest. To you and they get a driver to go. Pick up the the product today android all between locations. It's definitely becoming more and more important with regards to giants and trying to find with the shops near you all optimal location so again. Even those companies need to find optimal routes to try and get to all the places that they need to deliver to with arts mauve minimal traffic and was minimal petrol so with regard to all of that. That's all kind of shi'as involved again. This can be used full. Example and with maybe in the medical facilities may be looking at if someone has incident had to get. This could yes possible. The applications of it are so broad. And i think it's only when you do something as simple as taking data. You have adding that geographical finance and just visualizing map that you can actually see like. Wow this makes much more sense. All this is why this was happening. So for example. Maybe we could be like not as it'd be like well there's actually no learners demanding that school not make sense. That's why school wasn't doing as well. Or maybe there's a school where there's actually it's booming this areas during show while i'm getting exactly see which areas we need to nurture more and then which ones we actually need to just maintain With rosita i definitely think the applications like streaming road and a different. They has that that day to day. Applications like you were saying in the future if you were managing your organization how would you go about encouraging and upskilling stuff to become stable with these new kinds of technologies. I think the best way would be to this. We are you know the way humans program we kind of want to see how benefit us. So i think if you show them database malia was enabling working with every single day and you show them how can influence it and help him undecided us Like i said for example. If you're looking at a delivery service if they want to see where all the people that they need to drop off do they can see that on a map before even starting their marriage they can really get a nice view of. Wow okay this is. This is exactly what moscow that makes sense whereas if you just tell them take root. Abc they following those instructions. But they don't know why they don't know if it's the best route that are wasting their time etc etc so if you kind of just show them give a better understanding of why you telling them to do what it is then at makes them more much related to to do those exact things right. So i think the best way to adapt ubuntu gi since you get them to use it is to show hoddle benefit them And then also shouldn't have easier this to implement so like i said it's literally taking last year long coordinates and putting it on a map at that symbol so i think if you just emphasize that and show them the value that it brings minimal efforts than honestly united nybraeten type thing.

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LG QUICKIE: Stopping At The CVS with Kristina Ambartsumian

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LG QUICKIE: Stopping At The CVS with Kristina Ambartsumian

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If you go to third love dot com slash lady gang nuts third. Love dot com slash lady gang. One presents the lady gang. The Hollywood girl posse with lady gang quickey. Here's Kelty night, Becca Tobin and Jack Vanik, let's make this quick. Hello and welcome to the late again, quick E. We are here with special guest makeup artist extraordinary, Christina and Barsumian. She is make up by Christina K on Instagram. It's Becca Jack and Cristina Kelty is downstairs doing her interviews for lady gang TV, and we have taken over the podcast shading her closet. Yeah. We're in her closet again. And she's gonna absolutely hate this episode because we have no structure so hold on for the ride of your lives. Hi, christina. Hi, guys. Welcome girlfriend. Thank you, probably seen Christina, Oliver Instagram. Yeah, I've been working with Christina for like. Favier five years. Yes. So she's by my makeup for five years. And then I kidnapped her for lady gang and made Kelty user in Kelty won't use anyone else either. So she's kind of the bomb diggity, choose a staple. How did you guys meet? Do you want to tell the story? Do you wanna start it? I'll start at. So there was a salon in LA that had like hair and color and cut and all that, but they had a separate salon for like day of makeup like kind of a blushing glam lounge. Yeah launch. So if you have like a wedding or something you can go there. Yeah. Exactly a wedding or an event or whatever. And I went for an event to get my makeup done a couple of times, I had a few different girls. And then I think it was Leah who suggested that I go to Christine. Yes. And so I- requested Christina, and the I it was different than anyone else had ever done my makeup. We fell in love we fell in love. Okay. So tell tell us a little bit of your story. So my story is that I mean before I started getting into makeup, I was working in the fashion industry. I went to fit them. I did I was a fashion design major, and then I work for like diff. Companies and I wasn't really feeling it. And then when I was about twenty six I got a job working for Larmer CA and then law or like a corporate job. Yeah. At the mall. I get Bloomingdale's counter manager would you be doing people's makeup or you're just I would be I was doing people's makeup. But and then I lived in DC at the time. So and then when I moved back to LA I decided to go to school I went to mud, and then I just kind of started from there. I started freelancing for Nour's Imbaba Brown, and then from there, I started working at the salon where I'm at Beckett. And then from there, I went to ESPN, and then just kind of worked my way up from there. Yeah. So she does make up like every single day for a different TV show. So she does lady gang and air game fair game with Christine Lilley. Yeah. Who also goes to Sherry the same hair persons is weird and says, we're all connected, we're all going to morph into the same blonde yet. All. We're all the same person same makeup, same caller. Okay. So you like have always been super artistic. Yes. But like, why do you think you're so much better than every other makeup artist? Why don't like to say that is? It's kind of true. Yeah. Like, what do you think sets you apart? I definitely like to pay attention to how I just finished things. You know, I'll take my time to feisty something that I don't like. And I feel like I didn't do my best Senate. I'll definitely go back and correct it like, maybe not like them. But I'll keep looking at the face and see what I can change or make better. And then, but I just, you know, like, my main thing is like eyebrows to because they feel like I rouse, really frame the face and skin. I'm just major on skin. I'll take my time when I play the foundation because I really wanna make sure like it looks like super smooth and no texture, and I don't want to see any like spots or makeup gathering for foundation. What's your tip on -application to make it smooth? Blender ID's beauty blender. But sometimes I'll just use a beauty blunder just by itself. But then sometimes I'll use a brush to I love the it 'cause medics brush, it's a foundation brush has a concealed brush on the end that's one of my favorite brushes, but it's like a nice like buffing brush, also. But just kind of depends. You know, I think it depends on the person to or what foundation I'm using. So, but sometimes like I said, I'll use a brush or all use the beauty blender or might just use a beauty blunder by itself. But there's always a brush somehow comes in especially like around the nose area or around the eyebrows. Like where you want to kind of get into those little corners and make sure everything is like even so don't put it on with your hands. Like, I do never. I do it to use a PD plunder yet. It's really taking my time. But if I'm in a rush, I'll put it on like moisturizer, so bad literally, I take it in my hands. And I like rub it so it kind of gets thin, and then I kinda smear it on my face. You know, it's so funny when I worked for Nour's. And I was a freelance makeup artists there so date didn't have any foundation brushes and the way that they teach you how to apply makeup they want you to use your hands really was always so against it. We'll just feel fingers dirty. You will your fingers get dirty, and especially when you work like freelancing. I mean, you're seeing a lot of people a day, and you're constantly having a touch people's faces. So it was never okay with it. So it always like go, and like take a foundation brush from like another counter and do it without them watching and I would have to use like the little makeup sponges like at makeup counters that. I hated but that's all I had. So that's all I had to work with. So if you're going to go into a like CVS Walgreens pharmacy. What does that drugstore trucks? Drugstore. What items are you willing to buy like, makeup wise, if you're on a budget, what are your favorite thing? Also, there has to be a couple of items that when we did it or podcast with often last week. They're like three of her favorite things were from. Drugstores. Sometimes the drugstore brands are better than the regular brands. So sometimes really funny as about a week ago. And I was doing my morning workout at orange Jerry before I was going to go to a fair game. And I literally like came to me while I was doing my treadmill run that I forgot all my face brushes at home. So it was like oh my God. And it was like early in the morning. So I had to go to fair game right after so I went to see VS I was waiting for them to open the door at eight AM. And I bought four foundation brushes that saved the day, and they were all from elf cosmetics. So all brand though. Yeah, they definitely have really good brushes. I don't like their makeup. I've tried their shadows before and they break release the, and they're not they don't have a lot of pigment. But I think if you were to go with the foundation L'Oreal definitely has good foundations Maybelline has like a good conceal her. I mean there. There's just different stuff. But like, you know, you can always buy lipsticks? There's at one brand Malani. They have a good Bronx brand. Yeah. So, but if I was just if I needed like three things, and I had to get it at the. Drugstore drugstore. It would probably definitely be L'Oreal foundation. And then I'd probably do the main Lincoln sealer, and then I would need some lip. So I guess I could do. Oh, we'll draw. Drugstore is now have Knicks. Oh my God. It they're like they actually have a lot of good stuff. Stick is best on today. The. Yeah. The railing four bucks voluminous mascara. Oh, yeah. That's what we every day. There's not the pink one the gray. I have switched up by mascara. You have. Yes. Oh, what been using the benefit cosmetics? I forgot the name, but sucks. No. It's not better than sex. It's a black bottle and has like these little studs. Remember, he thought it was like Valentino mascara. But I've just been noticing sometimes with the L'Oreal like I felt like it was coming down into the concealed and stuff. And especially if you have long lashes, and I don't think the benefit cosmetics. One does that. But it's a really good mascara. Yeah. What do you think about eyelash extensions on girls? Are you pro or against against why? I just think that they will not think, but they do damage your lashes. And I have really good lashes. Like, beca has really good lashes. And I just don't believe like, you should I mean because ruining your lashes is just bad because what are you going to do? How are you going to grow them back? You know? And if you put extensions in your hair, you're going to have to keep doing it. Right. And when you take them out like your hair's, not gonna feel the same. It's going to be the same. What your lushes, but at least would hear like hair grows way, faster, then lashes doing there's so much more hair on your head than there's actual lashes on your I and I mean for me, it's such a big deal. Like, I could just put some esker on and leave the house. House, and I feel like my eyes can look really good. And I just would never I always tell people like don't put lash extensions. It's not worth it. Now, they're uncomfortable to wash your eyes. I hate them. All I wanna do is rub. My eyes ladies the April. Eighty bucks is freaking here. And it is so good that we can barely contain ourselves. 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You can who was like the rudest or we do a lot of brides. Yeah. I don't think I mean, I guess the coolest experiences when I did Justin Bieber. What did you do on his face? He was going powder on TV. Yeah. It was just like a little bit of like dealer. Yeah. Like concealed tinted moisturizer on a little bit of bronze or it was like nothing big. It was just because he was going to be on TV. And so it was like a quick like five minute thing was nice. It was very nice. Where'd you do it at his house? No at the montage. Oh because he lived there. Right in Orange County. No. We're really really hills. Everyone sees him walking around the montage in like a bathrobe all the time. He. He is. Do you? Remember, he lived in Calabasas, and he got kicked out of Calabasas because of all his party's or whatever back in the day. And I think since then he's never owned a house railway or like he always lives at the montage something like that. I don't really live on as a thousand dollars a night to just like stay at a hotel. Yeah. I would plus the life, right? Heck? Yeah. So do you know what your worst experiences with somebody? I haven't had any bad experiences. Honestly wouldn't make up. I mean, I've definitely had brides have always been good. I've never even had any bride problems. But I've had like annoying bridesmaids. That's for show. Brian leads get really crazy mother-in-law's or my the mother-in-law imam. Yeah. For sure what's your best advice for brides, my best friend makeup to prep. Yeah. Like breida's getting married in x amount of months. I'm getting married. The better questions. What are you doing for your face? I mean, I'm not doing anything like special. I am using proactive right now. Are you just because I feel like it really clears my skin even though I don't really have any issues. But yeah, I just feel like it just makes it look a little better as far as like I mean, preparing for obviously, I suggest botox if you're getting any wrinkles or lines not if you're young. But if you're starting to see any sort of like wrinkle appearance on your face, and you can be bride take care of it. Moisturizer skin because they see a lot of dry dry skin. Moisturizer? Your lips IRA chapstick all day long. I have it with me when I go to gym. I have it by my bed. I have it in my purse. I haven't when I drive like I'm applying chapstick all day. Yeah. Because there's nothing worse than like seeing like Chaplin. You know, you wanna see smooth skin, moisturizer skin and moisturised lips. Yeah. But again, yet both talks so just. I mean, just the basics for me, you know, as long as you take care of your skin. Like, I don't think you have to do anything extra spot about like for glam on the day. Whoa. You know, what my favorite look is. Bronze e pretty known dark is no overpowering lushes. I love doing the individuals because I just feel like it looks so much prettier and more natural. Like, you don't wanna look like your extra extra done up because you have to realize that or member you're going to see people during the day and you don't want the sun shining on your face. And you look like you're just caked with makeup on. That's the thing. I find a lot with with brides is that they're doing so much glam, and they're putting on so much makeup that it looks great and photos, and it looks great at night. But like you're standing a lot of time in broad daylight natural sunlight, saying your vows across from your husband and you have like a strip lash and like a free Hong tour on makeup. That's the thing. That I think of every time I see a bride like he's probably terrified looking well, especially girls, don't usually wear them much make. Yes. And then also, I guess you gotta think that like maybe not lean into trends and stuff because you're going to be looking at these. Yeah. Your life or what's your favorite makeup trend right now? I don't know about like the weird eyeliner that they're doing the crease of the eyelid with a liner crease. But like like different like, Neil and colors of. Yeah. I mean jetting like relying on the or just like your leg until doing like, a cut Cree. So it's like in the crease of it's almost like a design. Yeah. It's like in these neon colors. I mean, look, I think the whole purpose of makeup is to make us look better. So if you wanna look like artistic or you're going to be in some like photo shoot or runway go for it. You'd better put put on a whole costume with it. Then, you know, right. But I feel like if you just wanna look pretty then why would I wanna? Do that. I just don't think that make-up's pretty it's not my style. You know, like like I said look really cool in like a photo shoot or editorial or runway or something like that. Or if you just like going to like ADC or something you just wanna pop some neon colors on little like unicorns for something. I don't know. Do you do a nose contour because we had a huge discussion about this before? Because what was the nose? Well, because I saw this picture. I forget who it was. But some kind of looks like me, but she had like the nose contracts. Like, why are we knows contouring me? She was like that. Would this girl has in this photo looks terrifying in person? Oh, yeah. You can get a little bit. But like you could vote a hell it was. Well, so there's obviously different ways of conjuring rate. So he can do with cream and powder, and then you can do cream and powder on top of each other or you can just do powder. So for highlight us like the concealed. And I just use like a lighter color. I don't do a lot like all. All do it in like small little areas, and I just blended out with the concealed. But for the knows when I con Rebecca or Kelty, I always just use like a light bronze or color us hula. And there's new lighter shade of Hulu that I like to use. And I just like it because it looks more natural and you still see like a contour. But it doesn't look scary in person. And it doesn't look like. Wow. This girl has a lot of makeup coming down her nose because I have seen like heavy contras in person. And I don't believe they look good like you can pull that off nighttime. If it's darker but during the day, like, it's not cute. So it's not my style. I liked that trick that you use. Which went the lighter conceal are versus a highlighter. So I feel like I see a lot of girls using a highlight in places that would look better if it was just a light conceal her. Yeah. Because they're like glowing. They're look like a lightbulb like the whole face is like lit up, so Christina does this thing where she goes down my nose and under the eyes. Under the eyes and like up to my little my forehead and the chewed on the chin like right over the keep it's yeah. Like where you would naturally wanna put highlight not a love like a little just a shade lighter. Everyone on notice just sort of like, that's that's like recently, Chrissy Teigen posted a picture from an airport bathroom, and she was like mid highlight or conceal her and she had stripes of like really really really like concealed under her eyes. And like kinda threw her cheekbone. And like that's how you get that weird Kardashian like dimension. Right. But that's like I think what girls are using highlight for which they shouldn't be. I mean, you know. Yeah. It's just whatever you wanna look like, I guess, and you could do that. Like, I said if you wanna do heavier highlight again during the day, it's not going to look that good. If you wanna do at nighttime like gopher it. It's better set it really will to powder south that translates about it's confusing for me. It's true. I can't do it. I can't even put foundation all my face. Now. Stop using your hands. Awesome. Baio brush. Yeah. I get a rush L. Cosmetic says a really good like buffing brush for foundation done cheap. But by the way, the totally raise their prices too. I mean, daddy's be like that bursts used to be like three five dollars. And then when I bought those for brushes that day, I spent like thirty thirty one dollars at CVS. And I was like what they just know that are vying for shea, I recently left my makeup in LA, and I was going back and forth from Palm Springs to LA, and I had to go out to dinner after work one night in Palm Springs, and I literally had no makeup other than make up that they put on me for the movie, and I'd been at like ten hours. And so I was like I have to wash my face a half three apply, but I've no makeup. I went to CBS and I had like a shopping spree of makeup. And I feel like I got some really good stuff when she. Yeah. I did obviously the L'Oreal mascara. Oh, the covergirl like stick for concealed under the I is really good. The Malani bronze like bronze or highlight? Bash trio was really good. And then I did just like a really simple like bronze e I shut up palate. From I think it was Lori L. But like it was pretty decent. You know, you just use a bronze or highlighter? I mean wash thing for your eyes. That's true. I do that alone yet Christina uses a bronze or a lot on my eyelid which I liked that trick because it's kind of like us highlighter ze. Yeah. On your eyes. You can use them underneath the eye. And then you can use a bronze or in the crease of the I two I mean, you could use it anywhere. Yeah. They're just pigmented powder product. So obviously, probably the same thing and not as dramatic as an ice chateaux. It's kind of like an in-between a little tip that I like if you just want to do like, easy, like, you know, what you were just saying you and CBS, and you had to buy a few things if you just by even like the foundation or whatever or if. You didn't get foundation. What you can do is get like a liquid or like a cream sh blush, which would look great. If you wanna do something really quick because you can literally use your hands to blend it into your cheeks, and like, you know, like you said like you didn't have much time, and you didn't have anything with you. So that's a good thing to buy so cream product product. Yeah. Like a blush because then you can use it on your lips to. Multifaceted products. All right. So one last thing if you were stranded on a desert island deserted deserted island, dip shit, if you're deserving around a desert island eating dessert, if you could have one product one makeup product, only, what would it be? My on a solid or my brow is. Yeah. From Ana Saggio benefit one. I like them both equally the same actually honest as you took from me is like my favorite. I mean, he's a good. I was my one. Yeah. The brow is do you have your I rose micro? Now, those good she's got that. Good armenian. No. All right. What one product would you splurge on? What's worth all the money foundation? Yeah. Definitely foundation. You have favorite which brand I've been using the Armani right now, which I was kind of always like for UC's way back in the day. And then I stopped liking it because I thought it was like just moving around a lot on the face. But then I just recently started using it again, and I've been loving it. And I started using their concealed to which I love also great worth it. And I also love the show Toby conceal her too. She's been like really enjoying this earn money conceal right now. Great. All right. Well, this was our makeup session with makeup by Christina K on Instagram. 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Skinwalkers and Night Land Nav

CopperShock Horror

18:44 min | 5 years ago

Skinwalkers and Night Land Nav

"Hello constant listener. Did you miss me? I have to be your company to while I've been away. I've been gathering more stories to tell you more places to bring you and I'm glad you're here with me. Tonight's tail has been submitted by an anonymous subscriber. If you'd like to follow me on twitter my handle is at copper underscore shock. This story is from the perspective of a male. I'm Tasha wheelhouse and this is copper shock. This story is one that I often question my own sanity because I don't know how it could even be possible. It's one of those moments you experience that echoes. It's so visceral and real. I was in basic combat training and a lot of things were changing for me at that point in my life I had decided to break away from some of my family ties. I need a direction and the ROTC seemed to welcome into their fold. This particular week we were going through an exercise called night. Land Naff the goal of the exercise was to take a team of men and navigate through landscape in pitch darkness. No lights will commit. Your team was given a mask. A compass coordinates and one set of Nour's night observation vice and emergency Ken. Weights Cam. Lights are what you would call lipsticks. We had marched out behind our sergeant. Who was the only one holder flashlight? When we reached the original point he stopped and turned to face all of us. Now right boys you have everything you need to follow the coordinates and get back here. The sergeant took out a marker from his pocket. If I see a want to you with a flashlight chem lights or I just plain find you. You're getting one of these. He fiddled the Red Marker between his finger showing it to all of us. It meant he draw a red line across our neck out here in the vast wilderness. Fort Sill Oklahoma. You won't see hills trees nor city. Light's judging by the sky you won't even have God himself to help you tonight. I looked up. The Sky was nothing but black. Now Stars No Heavens to guide us. There was however flashes of heat. Lightning stretches of electricity's raising between the clouds lighting at the ground below for only a second. All right organize to get going. I turned into my team. I was going to leave my squad. Okay guys call information all of us walking in a line. Those are Meltzer. Lifted his head to me. You're the tallest take the front catcher steps. Givens you're the shortest hang in the back and countersteps also both of you. Keep your pacing even when we reach the checkpoint check with each other to gauge. How far we've actually gone. Private Bells are and givens nodded and went to stand and their respective spots. Hellos I want you wearing the nods and holding the telling us the direction to go me kipps and Longmire. We'll be security detail. Hallows nodded and picked up the night observation device and started to strap it to his face. They were large and heavy. I'd want them once before. It's not the bright green emerald color. You see on ghost. Tv hunting shows. It was more of a silver mercury note of the field because it picks up ultraviolet light and it doesn't cast the same shadows you would expect to but at least you can make shapes longmire. Kipps picked up their import carbines and holstered them into a grip in front of their body for exercises. Like these are guns. Were more for practice at the end of the muzzle of my gun. It had a little metal box crude on. We call these blank firing adapters. It disables the gun from firing at all lights out. Let's go. The sergeant turned his flashlight off forcing all of the other troops to start their trek. Let's move I said our line formation followed bowser as he started taking his first steps forward. When we reached our first coordinate checkpoint both bells upfront and gibbons and backstopped almost simultaneously. My troop was going to kill it. Hallows directly behind me in the line to the math for the next checkpoint and we started to move again back at it. A wish had paid more attention after the third checkpoint because kipp stopped the squad and raised his gun toward the distance. You hear that here what keeps I just feel like? Rabin watched it better. Not Be the SARGE. Let's keep moving quicker. We continued onward picking up our pace thankfully the next to check points by just fine. I felt my boots crunching over. Brush and dirt. We were making amazing time and I had no doubt we were going to be the first trip back to base. I could hear heavy breathing. Picking up around me and I decided to give my squad a quick break. Okay guys defensive position everybody's back facing in weapons out. I sat down next to hallows then. I hear utter a curse under his breath. What's up buddy? I said cheerfully. I remember a huge difference in the fact is spoken in a regular voice. And how has returned it with a hushed whispered like he didn't want someone to hear and that I should speak quieter too. Just saw something. We drill sergeant. I said no I don't it's it's over there. I thought shift can. I take a look hallows. Neatly removed the nods from his head and handed them to me. I pulled them over. My eyes and my whole vision is blanketed in silver. I saw the Oklahoma planes before me and just ahead. There was what looked like a dividend or a dip in the landscape humped over gray mound. Sat there pulsing like it was taking long heaving breaths. Is that a deer or a Cowan side. I was to hallows no way. I don't know how to describe it. I really don't think you'll believe me. Hey it's moving again growing bigger like it standing up. What is going on over? There I heard bells are asked from the other side of the circle. Ch- I cut him off. I need everyone to quiet. Something doesn't feel right. The Gray Mound near the dip in the landscape started to unfold. I saw a long arm skinny and stretched move from the hunched body to the ground to help lift itself up. It started to crawl on all fours in a quick and almost predatory fashion. It's fakers fanned out into what looked like pointed sharp rods. The anthropomorphic shape stood upright. Its legs apart. Arms Bending at it sides his head still town as he lifted his head. I felt my heart drought Hitler's and then his face revealed an this because I actually saw his is in the nods to bright almond dots and his head as he shared right at us. His face was covered in what I think was a mask some kind of for and muzzle attached to his face looking closer through the nods. I saw that the man was actually naked. I immediately stood up alarmed. We have to leave now. Hallo stood up with no complaint. My ears perked up. I could hear the pattering of feet on distant. Brush leaping toward US run now. My squad immediately started to bowl with me. We had lost all sense of coordinates and not knowing where we're going. I started taking breaths my heart pounding other branch every brush snagged on my viewpoint as Iran. How fast is that thing go? I do a quick check to count my swat around me. After a few minutes we all slowed down and doubled over gasping for air. The blood in my head is pumping so hard. My vision is distorted. Scared and everything in my God is mixed the whole landscape. Looks like it's moving. I am the only one with nods who can see out here. I scan the horizon in all directions from where we stopped. What was back there. Gins was the first one to speak. Why are we running? How started blurting words out. It was it was some guy. He looked like he was an animal but he didn't hey wasn't an animal and he didn't have any clothes on and no close he's GonNa be out here naked. Were literally in the middle of nowhere said kipps. I'm telling you what we saw right. Brian hallows look to me. I some more than just some naked guy. He was too big to be a human and he had actual antlers on his head. Maybe some kind of animal mask. I mean he looked half animal. You know where we're standing said. Kipps what do you mean I asked? We're at Fort Sill. The place was the end destination of the trail of tears. You know what that was right. Kipps now was starting to become agitated. Don't you remember this grade? School President Andrew Jackson in the eighteen hundreds issued an Indian removal policy. We forced thousands of Indians March. Cross a land from the Mississippi to hear the travel conditions are so bad a Lotta people died. The whole route was littered embodies. Anyone who wouldn't march out of their land onto the trail of tears was massacred when they reached Oklahoma for those who actually did they were ushered into an American death camp yet. Yeah isn't a random operate here? Hallows asked yes. He's very here in Fort Sill. It's strange he was given a headstone because he was regarded as a very brave person. And while Indian burials very headstones very much Christian thing not all Indian. Burial grounds are exactly plotted remarked. But the for sure off limits. Why are we getting an Indian history? Lesson dozer interrupted. Because from what you're telling me it's extremely similar to something. My uncle told me when he was really drunk. I don't think he meant to talk about it. What did he tell you? I asked Kipps. My uncle is Nava. His mother is of the big water people. He lived on an Indian reservation and grew up with Indian traditions. Each year. There was huge festival. People would dress up in elaborate costumes. Headdresses and dance around the drinks smoked peyote. It was always a big thing as an adult. He converted to Christianity and to help support. The Minority Group. Has Church would hold a party the same night as the festival to help entice converts to stay sober and spillage would come from the night of the festival. He was leaving his church and giving two missionaries ride home in his truck on a back road. There were two drunk men who stumbled out in front of his car. He hit the brakes. Hard entered heavily to give the two men a wide berth. There was a smoke glint in there is and it was a very strange. My uncle didn't think to watch them but the two missionaries in the seat next to him followed watching them all the way around then. Their hands returned all the way back. My uncle heard them both scream and gasp at the same time when he looked into his rear view mirror the two drunk men had broken out into a sprint at trump and while there trump was going twenty five miles per hour. The men running regaining on him. That is not only fast putting humanly fast. He hit the gas harder until he lost. The missioner's both shook up and later described my uncle why they continue to stare at the two men as they drove by. They wondered if their legs were broken because they did not look like ours. Their news were not that forward but backwards like an ostrich and when they started to run toward the truck the grin and bear the full row of jagged teeth. My uncle told me what they call these people. Skin walkers people who willingly allow animals to possess them and are able to do inhuman feats. It's not a good thing. Kipps finished and by entire squad was captivated. You're saying what Ryan and I saw may have actually been half human and our weapons. Don't work awesome. Hallows explained during his. Let's get this together then. I said we don't even know where we are anymore. Seltzer what if we all of us pros to our spot? A deep growl could be heard just behind us. I felt the hairs on the back of my neck. Stand up my run. We all started to move again as fast as because eventually reaching dirt roadway of the head and then I heard someone fall and tumble into the dirt and brush and then his screaming. It was gibbons I turned to look with my nods and saw him on the ground. The large animal man hovering over him gibbons was gripping his arm like he was hurt and pressing his heels and twitter to try and crawl away then a rushing of a car on the dirt road behind me it was an old nineteen forties white truck curved vendors and read ambulance cross painted onto its side whistle emitted from the cab of the truck as it raced past. It was so painful allowed that all of us covered our ears. When I looked up again I saw the skin walker had started to Bolton to the distance thankfully givens was still moving. You saw that right. Everybody saw that said kipps. Longmire can help you grab gibbons long I rushed to gibbons on the ground he was covered in dirt and his left arm was bleeding a little. It didn't look bad. It just kind of looked like he'd cut his shirt on a bridge or tree or something Emmanuel k. I propped him up. And I could feel my hand on his back that he was shaking violently. Halis Colo- virtuous. Hey guys what. If we march along this road until we can get back to the FOB a second that Seltzer longmire and I got gibbons back on his feet and joined the group. It took us an extra hour but we finally were able to find the last checkpoint. Sergeant was waiting there for us and he was angry to say the least and as the sergeant was laying into me hallows. Piped up drill sergeant. We saw someone out there. You saw someone out here. The drill sergeant said almost confused. Yes Sir and he was well naked. I added the sergeant gets a strange look over. His face. Almost looked like fear. We're GONNA go see the captain. I felt my eyebrows raise. The captain was not only the commander of the squad not only of our platoon but of all of our company. Hallows die followed sergeant into the captain's tent while he and I both stood to attention in the back. The captain finally looked to the two of US inside at ease. Will you tell me exactly where you were on this map? How does not does he was the only one doing most of the navigation for the exercise he pointed to the map. My face goes red as he leans his weight onto his desk. Looking at my drill. Sergeant what were you think? He bellows all the blood. Drains from my drill sergeants face and the drill sergeant started to say that's where I went out earlier today to plot the points for the drill. Let me make this abundantly clear. Never go out there. My captain instant straight up and walked around his desk. Never breaking I contact with my sergeant. This Syria is Indian burial ground. It's sacred for them and we've made a simple promise not to take a damn stroll over their graves. Do you hear me. My drill sergeant looked like he was about to be sick. How isn't I exchanged? Looks kipps was right then. My thoughts drifted to Gibbons Youtube. Were excused captain said to hallows die. We left to go find gibbons in the Bronx turns out Longmire KIPPS and Bowser hadn't left him the entire time. His arm was patched up but something in his eyes had changed. He was still in shock. Given what did you see? You were the closest to it. I asked not dramatic but I saw a monster. You said you thought he was wearing a mask wasn't a mascot. All that was actually his face. I smelled his breath and it smelled like food left over too long and a kitchen sink like he eat raw meat all the time and it was stuck in between his teeth. The group of US looked at one another. We all knew together that we have seen something unnatural and something. We couldn't explain for the next night. Land navigation drill. I was rather tentative about going but nothing like that has ever happened since from what I learned about. Skin walkers and Kipps we were all apparently very lucky to be out of their life and skin walkers and night land. Now thank you joining me. Please feel free to reach out to me here at copper shocked by going to www dot com shock dot com or sending me an email to submissions at carver shock dot. Com as well.

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