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"phelps" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Hear the saw cutting the boards and when the man started to hammer invisible nails into the invisible boards. They thought they could hear the sound of banging soon. After the door of the bakery opened and out came the constable the children saw him and immediately walked onto complete their hands. The constable frowned in confusion and then approached the wonder smith. What is this all about. He asked the wonder smith stopped his work for a moment and smiled. The children are curious. His all he said Said the constable. Well i'm sure they have work to do and these children don't need any excuse to terry. They tend to work very slowly a little too slowly. I believe well. They certainly don't seem to be moving slowly now. Said the wonder smith who nodded to the street. The constable looked up and head to agree. The children were all moving down the street doing their work much more efficiently than they normally did and instead of the tire expressions he was used to seeing constable notice that they seemed well. Happy well he said. After a moment i ask only that you remember our agreement. No yes said. The wonder smith who then turned back to his work. Constable phelps watched the wonder smith for a moment who seemed to now be deep in thought at what to do next. The constable looked down the road and saw some children approaching. He watched them as they walked upright and even cheerfully and as they looked over at the wonder smith. They giggled and smiled. They smiled so warmly in so happily that constable phelps couldn't help but smile as well as they passed he looked back at the wonder smith who was now looking at him the wonder smith was also smiling as if to say it feels good to smile. Doesn't it constable phelps immediately. Hid his smile. Huffed turned and continue down the road and he was sure that the wonder smith could not see him. He smiled again for the rest of the day. The wonder smith continued to measure and cut and hammer invisible boards into place with h- invisible tools. He hung to windows and adore and much the same way and anyone who passed by to watch the spectacle would swear. They actually heard the sounds of construction. Constable phelps came by several times and every time the spectators scattered and went on their way. Constable phelps noticed something. They all continued on walking a little taller. A little stronger and with a joyful lightness in their and the other thing he noticed is that they were smiling..
"phelps" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"We are simple folk and take care of ourselves. You may continue onto. Sultan sultan was the next shire over toward the sea and it was widely considered to be a bit of a wild place with very few rules. Cajun lee young people of ione tests would leave their town and many thought. They headed to salt lynn well. Constable phelps was good at what he did these way ferrers as he considered the travelling tradesman entertainers when welcome in his town and they never stayed for more than a day that is except for the wonder smith the wonder smith was an older man with a black and silver beard who dressed simply and carried with him a single small bag when he arrived in the town early one morning. He offered cheerful conversation. To some of the townspeople they enjoyed his smile and his jokes but everyone hushed when constable phelps arrived i'm constable phelps he announced to the man and it is my charge to maintain the peace here in arizona's may i ask your business. The man looked at the other townspeople and smiled and then he looked at constable phelps and said i am wonder smith and i am looking for a town in which to sell. My goods. constable phelps frowned and wasn't sure what to say at first he had never heard of such a trade a wonder smith nine said the man tilting his head back. Have you wonder smith here. Constable phelps stood a little more stiffly and frown the little more deeply. The townspeople knew that their constable was about to get upset so they went about their business and the two of them were left alone. We do not said constable phelps. We've no wonder smith here because it well. What is a wonder smith. No this is good. News said the wonder smith. Then i may have come to the right place so you do not have much wonder here sir. You speak nonsense said constable phelps. We've no wonder smith and no wonder here. And we've no room for troublemakers. No i don't work with trouble. Said the wonder smith no only wonder and it sounds like you all could use some constable. Phelps stood even taller and even stiffer. He held out his finger and said listen. You i think it best. You continue on through town and take what you are selling. This wonder whatever it is and go straight to salt laden. I'm sure they would be interested there. No no thank. You said the man politely. I've been to salt lynn. And there's no place for me there. No i think this place is much better. I'll tell you what is about you. Give me two days here only two days and then you can send me on my way. If you think it best. I'll need a single day to set up my shop. My guess is that you won't even know that my shop is here then. I'll need a second day to build. Some wonder make a few things to sell and at the end of the day. I'll sell what i have in the morning. After the morning of the third day. You can decide if i stay or go..
"phelps" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Constable phelps and the wonder smith a time ago when most lands were ruled by kings and queens and do send earls. There was a stretch of land in the west between the goal our mountains and the river goethe called a jantus ientist was ruled by very old man and woman called. The duke and duchess of atlantis and their manner was situated at the top of a steep hill which was surrounded by forest and fertile farming land. And a shire or town. The town was big and and very productive though. The duke and duchess seldom made their way into the town. Everyone who lived there new their expectations. Everyone had their place and was to work hard from dawn to dusk from the street. Sweepers to the sausage makers to the librarians to the roof menderes. Everyone had an occupation. Even the children worked in fantas helping their mothers and fathers and cleaning lots and lots of cleaning what was not expected was laughter or silliness or even smiles. It wasn't that there was a rule against laughter and silliness or smiles. It was just that it wasn't deemed important and truthfully. Everyone was often too busy to smile. Now as i said. The duke and duchess seldom came to the town so the responsibility of making sure that everyone was doing their job and working hard was appointed to the town constable constables. In those days were to keep the peace to make sure that people behaved and didn't break any rules or codes of conduct in ion us. This individual was named constable phelps. No one knew his first name nor did they dare ask. He was a man of complete authority. A representative of the duke and duchess and there was no room for in formalities. where constable phelps was concerned. No one smiled at him and he smiled at no one. every morning. he woke before dawn. He dressed in his constables uniform and then he went to the bakers for his breakfast. He then patrolled the town stopping in shops and places of business to say. Good morning and to make sure that everything was at its should be. He was respected and even the little feared when he happened by. Conversations often stopped and the townspeople not at their heads with stiff polite smiles and so constable phelps would not back look around the room for back road for a moment and then he would move on. His lunch was at the pie. Men's and supper. He took it home and hour after sundown often. It was a sausage from the sausage maker and a pint of brown ale. He did this every day. Seven days a week and usually his days with the same. There was no rule breaking in office. People were polite and he couldn't remember the last time he had to break up an argument or settle some dispute. No generally all he had to do was patrol around the town. Heat his breakfast and lunch and dinner. Then go to bed but there were times when strangers came to town back in those days. There were people who traveled from town to town either.
"phelps" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Who's who of who's been on now to arabic did sterile. Ray dave were dr terry. Who's a dear friend. Linda kaye klein. Mendieta thomas marlene allieu. So you can i. I think if you feel like you have experienced religious trauma in your life and you wouldn't be listening to this podcast if you hadn't probably so it's probably well worth checking out And it's called the conference on religious trauma. I'll put a link to it in the show notes. Hopefully people will want to jump in and participate. Yeah i mean there is not only about people talking about their experiences were religious trauma developed. People are talking about Who are experts on it as much as one can be at this point but it's also about Trying to start educating and get more and more therapists out there and people who can help people who suffered ribbit religious trump's. Oh yeah. I don't i don't know why you think you have any experience with it. But good luck there and wing it the yup. Well cool that this has been great. it native people wanna find you is. Where can they work in. They find you your your voice Well i'm on. I'm just on twitter and on facebook. Facebook assist nate phelps and then or nathan phelps and then. I think it's our phelps on twitter. So all right very good well again. Thanks so much and good luck with the conference. Well thanks guys. it was great talking to you. Well friends that is it for this week show. Hey we'd love to hear from you. If you were raised in a cult like we and nate were you can feel free to send us an email at. How would how do heretic dot com or if you have an ovalles vaporous rabbit you can leave us a voicemail about it nine three eight how to which is nine three eight four six nine six. I'm also on twitter. At how awesome patrons and thank you. To cody layton. Whose funeral we will not be protesting for editing. The show thanks to all of you for joining in by friends..
"phelps" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"My father had been developing these. These ideas developing his. If you will army for the you know from the time they were infants and The theology was there the ability to The inclination the ability to to draw media attention to himself was was there at manifested itself in other ways prior to that It was just. It was time you saw the trajectory jessica was just going to get worse and worse and worse right. Yeah i try to explain. This won't pointed to someone It out a little bit self senator. Sell grant aggrandizing but I always had this in the back of my head that at some point in my life this is going to turn public. And i'm gonna have to be prepared to deal with it. Because and i was right. It was seemed inevitable because he was such a force of nature and he was so extreme and he spent so much time a going into the just the tiniest nuances of Of his perception of what the bible said teaching all of these basically his family of course he's going to produce an army of radicals right. Yeah because you're going to be gone right well as as the you know you you left early. But many of your siblings and relatives have been shutting out of the church over time especially somewhat lately you guys have a community of kind of former westboro baptist or just just the phelps family that you kind of connect to or you know as people leave users. Is there some kind of Do you guys get together. You communicate y- i would say that there's there there is that i know in fact lauren drain. Who was the daughter of the one of the other families. became involved She actually started a program. Where when someone left. She was basically collecting money. And when someone left she would send them a little. Bit of seed money I know that there's there's familial relationships between them a lot of the the the second generation. But i would say much jewish have to understand. Is that the one of the main threads of his of his. Theology is to constantly. Come back to a vilifying in detail those who have left because that's part of the process controlling the ones that are there right right. This is what's going to happen to you. These people are evil. And this is why the on so so even the most Open minds and we're talking about younger people to you know it takes time to process to mature into.
"phelps" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"The pinnacle of of daddy ass wholeness you know we probably should. I don't even know why it brought that up. We'll seems completely irrelevant. Yeah i we'll talk about it another time because we we brought on a guest who wouldn't know anything about that You guys let's. Let's welcome our friend. Nate phelps to the conversation here nate. how are you. i'm good. How are you guys doing now. If if you don't know who nate is you know who is that. It was the yeah. The name phelps might be a hint. Yeah so nate. Here is the son of fred phelps. Who was the founder and chief cook and bottle washer and lead screaming person of the westboro baptist church. Yeah that's correct right pretty much covers it. Yeah so i think our work here is done so you admit you are one of i know like you. I'm a middle child. Okay so i get it i understand. I'm the middle of four which is kind of hard to do but it worked out. You're just you're the middle of thirteen so same same right pretty much six out of thirteen so why that is that. Even mormons go. Wow that's that is a big bins are like dude. Slow the slow your roll back in the sixties when we were out selling. Candy someone Are you guys catholic. Of course. I never understood that. I grew up. Yeah catholics and mormons are famous for the westboro baptist. Church apparently so you're in good company. So how many how. Many of your siblings are still active in the church. I would see their three. That left for sure gone and one is kind of in wavering in between so there's nine solidly involved still jeez and the westboro baptist church. If if i if i'm correct it's interesting. I've told a friend of mine that you were going to come on the show tonight and they. This friend of mine had the sense..
"phelps" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Quote christ is our pasta which represented the very first time that christians took somebody else's holiday and said fuck you this is ours now a tradition which continues to this day but yes the greek pasta spread to the surrounding languages and then wormed its way into latin which disseminated it out to all of its descendants so in spanish italian and portuguese for example. It's spelled differently but all pronounced something like poss kwa in french. It's puck Almost everywhere in the christian world there they basically call it passover. They may not realize that that's what they're calling it. But that's basically what they're calling it but you know it's the jesus kind of passing say should stop that they brazenly the book. The jews have their own problems but let them have their shit. Just stop this stealing all their stuff. No i believe that the that the traditional answer is no so you but as we say this is the jesus kind of passover. So you don't have to eat all of the weird stuff and hide the crackers and shit right. so why is it. Easter in english. Well the comes from the anglo saxon word ao stray which is the name of god. It's maybe now. There's some argument about that among scholars. But i think they're just probably being grumpy and ignoring a lot of stuff. The fact is that there isn't a lot known about ao stray. There's a little tidbit from an eighth century. Monk named bead b. e. d. e. Where he rather snooty delights the peasants delights in the peasantry. Still using the word ails dronut or monoth to refer to the month that the educated and area folks like him call pascal. Mt month which he rendered in the latin has pascal meneses He said that aleister manatt was quote named after goddess of theirs named ao stray. In whose honour feasts were celebrated in that month now. They designate that pascal season by her name calling the joys of the new right by the time honored name of the old observance..
"phelps" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"In all sorts of fields we're going to share the stories and seek the knowledge to build a great light after all. You only get the one that we know of better. Make the most. Well fellows laurel hill. You here. I am last day of my corentin Soon i will be able to go out and walk around with a bunch of other people with masks. It's happening. It's half a ray have you. Have you sewn your own skin yet. So in my own skin. Is that a thing i should be doing. Well i'm just saying like you know you get a little stir crazy and then then things start. Oh it's you know. Luckily i'm very busy with work. If i wasn't i don't know how would possibly get through. This debt. Do weeks in a room is a lot so yeah i. I'm not cut out for prison. As i've mentioned so a fun a fun show this week. Doug you're gonna talk about The runaround the up. I'm gonna it springs in the air so i'm going to talk about a different kind of spring. That isn't great. Well i but then every party ends. Yeah exactly and i am going to get to the bottom of almost. But i am going to try to explore easter try. Let's see probably it probably will fail and then we welcome a very special guest who i've been meaning to get on the show for quite a time but we find the this is really cool. You guys should look forward to this. Yeah this is This is a guy named nate phelps. And if you don't know anything about nate and story Enjoy a very pleasant surprise. Bright and genius of those phelps yes is is the is the thing. Yeah if if you've ever heard of somebody protesting at a funeral like the worst kind of human. Yes that's his family yeah. He's not unfortunately related. That i know of to michael phelps. It is rather fred phelps. So anyway he's great and we did a segment on the phelps in a previous Know the westboro baptist in the previous episode and apparently didn't talk it up enough that he's still came on the show so he literally said we did a great job. So that's anew done we'll go ha and before we move on is we'd be remiss just not every once in a while plug. We have merged you can go to the heretic on our website. And oh my god you can get just about anything there and you'd be a fool not to be a damn fool not to verne. Doing the lord's work putting all of our segments up individually on the youtube for the kids with the hip hop and you can go there and check that out and of course there's the unofficial facebook group where there is. Dan sent me a beautiful image of a saint from there today. Yeah somebody somebody had their their saint made into an image and it's beautiful and it's very nice so all the things so go engage in all the heresy you possibly can with both hands and eyes wide open. Yeah.
Elgin Baylor, former Lakers star, dies at 86
"Of the city's hoops History Hall of Famer and Washington, D. C native Elgin Baylor passes away at the age of 86. The six FT five Ford played at Phelps and Spring on high schools in D. C before becoming an 11 time All Star with the Los Angeles Lakers. Elgin Baylor was 86 women's College Basketball's N C A. A
Boston-area high school goes all-remote after non-school event leads to COVID outbreak
"Blue. It was a confirmed gathering. I don't know whether they were master on Mass. I'm not going to make judgment on that. But this is certainly the largest outbreak the town has seen. And that's concerning. That is Pamela Angela CAS, superintendent of schools in Swampscott after a party sends the high school back to where the remote only learning platform for now. We get more from WBC TV's Paul Burton town and school officials are still trying to determine the scope of the outbreak, which could have a widespread impact on the town. Kristen Phelps has a child in preschool in the second grade. I think it's really careless and unfortunate that the whole town is being affected by this I mean, I just wish people were taking more seriously and being more careful, school officials say because of the outbreak. High school will go to remote learning until at least April the fifth. Meanwhile, town and health officials say it folks here haven't been vaccinated for urging all residents to go get tested, even if you have no connection with the high school in a massive task of contact tracing is also underway in Swampscott. What a sports
Boston-area high school goes all-remote after non-school event leads to COVID outbreak
"Tracing ongoing in swamps good and people are being urged to get tested after a covert 19 outbreak in town officials believed it stemmed from a recent high school party. It was a confirmed gathering. I don't know whether they were master on Mass. I'm not going to make judgment on that. But this is certainly the largest outbreak the town has seen, and that's concerning town and school officials are still trying to determine the scope of the outbreak, which could have a widespread impact on the town. Chris and Phelps has a child in preschool and the second grade. I think it's really careless and unfortunate that the whole town is being affected by this. I mean, I just wish people were taking more seriously and being more careful, school officials say, because of the outbreak High school will go to remote learning until at least April, the fifth Meanwhile, town and health officials say it folks here haven't been vaccinated for urging all residents to go get tested, even if you have no connection with the high school, and that is WBC TV's Paul Burton with that
Interview With Jeremy Scott
"Good morning bob. This is nicole phelps. I'm the director of global vogue runway. And i'm here today with jeremy. Scott jeremy on or you. How are you jeremy's mosquito collection and video have been all over social media for the last twenty four hours or so and chances are you've probably seen it andrews christian madsen who is a colleague of mine at vogue runway. Put it this way. I thought this was a great quote. No one has quite aced this digital moment in fashion history. Like jeremy so we have lots of questions about how it all came together. Thank you very much for being here with us. My absolute love all right. Well you know i am. In addition to reviewing some shows all season long. I do a lot of editing. And and i thought anders made some really great observations in your piece and you said some very interesting things which i want to quote here. Which is you said. You use the term comfort sh- mumford and you elaborated to say what we need now. More than ever is fantasy and glamour. And i obviously don't disagree. But i am curious for you to talk to us. About how the way you design and what you design has changed if at all after a year in in lockdown amidst the pandemic. Well i think you know very well watching my work. That i'm a very devout devotee of high octane glamour. Always and so. That part really hasn't changed. I might have put the pedal to the metal a little bit more this season and last but i think what's changed a lot. It's kind of like what we're doing right now. Everything i'm seeing are through screens. I did my fittings through screens through something like this. You know thinking about how the work is seeing. It's all seeing through screen so i'm looking at it already. My work is very Theatrical and very photogenic. And i think of it in a way how would be finally consumed always but now it's almost entirely consumed at this moment via screens. So i've i've been watching it in a different way. So while doing the fittings with my team and milan and they are doing the actual pinning in the actual adjustments for me. And i'm directing it in in a manner like this. I'm watching it in a in a in a way that takes away that that moment of being next to it and there is something i think that does give it a little bit more of remove that makes it a little bit more in a way precise i know sounds kind of weird. Did say it that way. But i don't have the emotional moment of the model in front of me and everything happening live. I'm more dissecting it. 'cause i'm looking at through a screen and i am. I am removed in that respect. So i feel like part has changed and maybe even well i feel. That's a good segue to talk about the the collections last season to refresh people's memory. Jeremy did a fantastic video where he turned models and Front row goers in into marionettes and it was a huge ships are on vogue runway and an across the internet. And what you did this season was you. I would say paid homage to a very famous movie. Called the women from nineteen thirty nine george cougar film and s specific seen so specific fashion show scene. Can you tell us anything about your experience with that movie. Maybe when you saw it for the first time or why are you. Liked it enough to recreate it for this. Absolutely i verify brain to even remember when i could have seen it first. 'cause it's one of things that feels like it's been with me forever. I think any real fashion fan would put this on one of their top. Ten list of you know old hollywood films especially ones that have a fashion show in it. One is really the creme de la creme not only. Is it beautifully done. But also there are the costumes by adrian who is also it's such a icon for so many fashion designers and having done all the most beautiful all hollywood glamorous films and costumes at that time but beyond the costumes i think for me is is really the fact that the film is only women. There's only actresses. There's not one time. There's a a a male actor in the film even with a voice. So i love that because honestly as normal is that maybe should be today. It's still not normal. Hollywood for an all female cast to be able to carry a film and not film doesn't so beautifully now specifically for the scene that was inspired by is the fashion show scene in their out of salon. Which is such an you know. Typical historical fashion kind of scenario. And this was more like the the dressmaker salon. Instead of. maybe the paris couturier and they're coming to choose the their guard the road for the season. I wanted to kind of think about all the things that they would need to wear now again thinking about the time of the film. These ladies did not work. They were not having jobs their characters. Were you know really dependent upon men. So i wanted to start mind with them. As busy businesswomen in takes of the pin stripe suit these kind of business looks that would be putting them in charge. And not you know quibbling about the fact that they're working they're only working you're working for them and they're not working for you
"phelps" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Phelps LeClair Estate plans You can trust two years $31 Million with 23 of the $31 million guaranteed That sounds like a lot of money. That is Robin eyes. New contract here in my heart now. I'm just gonna do one year in a mountain like, okay. Yeah, hang it, because we're not the awesomeness known as J. J. Watt. JJ Watt is signed a two year deal with the Arizona Cardinals. Your airs on the Cardinals worth around $31 million now. J. J. What is prone to injury? I'm a big cardinals fan. So I was excited to see this in the reason why I was excited to see it even in injury, even while injured is he, JJ? What brings something to an organization that you don't get from every player? J. J. What brings a organizational change brings a culture change with him. He is just a good individual that loves raising money for charity and loves doing stuff out off of the field as well. This is a good individual and a good leader for the team. And it's important for the Cardinals to be able to do this as a team because it signals that They're an attractive place for free agents or trades to come. 200 Hopkins already on the team Now you got J. J. Watt. Of course they were teammates on the Texans. That's the most important part to me because the Cardinals for a long time, have struggled with Around the league with a prestige because they never had it. But there they was. Kurt Warner came. They've had ups and downs with it. But if J J Watt signing here over nine other teams is that is the word is being reported as a big deal. And that says a lot, especially for those who don't like me have really a lot of faith in Cliff of the K. Kingsbury. I don't have a lot of faith in our coach. In lot of people don't have faith in the front office. But moves like this actually give the Cardinals nation a little bit of the Red Sea a little bit of hope for not just having J J want on the team, which is awesome. These 3 23 time defensive player of the year. I mean, the guy's stuck to exact leader. Yeah, The guy's the guy's an animal and he's a workhorse. Just the what he brings to the culture is good and what.
Living in Gratitude With Deborah K. Heisz
"Welcome to episode two hundred eighty eight of live happy now. This has been the most unusual and for many the most difficult year in recent memory. What's gratitude got to do with it. This is paula phelps. And this week as we celebrate thanksgiving as seemed like a great time to talk about how important gratitude is not only at thanksgiving but as a daily practice live happy ceo and co founder. Deborah highs sits down with me to talk about gratitude and other practices to make this unusual thanksgiving more meaningful deborah. Welcome to live happy now once again. You bala it's great lear- especially this time of year. I'm really loud. This is where my times a year. And i'm really excited for checker broadcast. I think we have a lot of talk about. Yeah because anyone that's listened to this awhile knows at both you and i are gratitude junkies so who knows what happens when we get together and talk about it. We're getting more grateful for each other. That's there you go well. This year is been unusual so it puts gratitude in kind of a different light for a lot of people because there are so many people are dealing with loss whether that's loss of loved ones lhasa. Work loss of the freedom that they had to move around and see people so in your life and in what's going on in your world. How are you approaching this thanksgiving and and with your gratitude loss. And i think the one that we're all feeling and not the biggest loss in terms of scale obviously losing a loved one is much more significant loss but the biggest loss in terms of one that i think everyone is feeling a little bit of is a loss of community and as we're going into the holiday season i think that's even more intensified where we might get together with large family gatherings in our family can't travel in or is uncomfortable traveling in or you know for whatever reason were not going to be able to have the typical large family gatherings holiday party corporate outings. Happy hour's wage cycle bureau were be sprayed. I think we get a lot of our sense of community for mos activity. So when we're talking about what we're doing for me. It's what we do work place that to make sure that number one. We are expressing our gratitude. It is the time of thanksgiving after all but also what are we going to replace that so we don't lose out on that sense of community one of the great things you can do and i got a couple of days. This is not my own idea. Is you can take the time to do something. That is a little archaic. And i've gotten a couple of gratitude notes from soups and written letters. Telling me how regretful it is that we won't be able to get this year. How much we're looking forward to getting together next year. And how much more forward and then sharing your on in your life fashion letter to knees. A great idea. Xpress browser this holiday season and the person who receives it one. I i was just talking with someone this morning. About how on a male junkie. And i was like i am too you know and so when we get something. That's handwritten these days. That's incredibly exciting to receive is and you don't have gotten that one that not only was it. Handwritten but person full photos of their social media of jehovah's used it on the computer and talk to me about how much you know and it was family member said how much they were regretting that they were to get together with us this year but they had all these positive memories of last year that he thinking of us and we couldn't wait till next year we put on game that simple but it really took time and energy on their part i or we know from evidence base that even the act of writing that liar heightened their gratitude heightened their happiness low. An it certainly certainly heightened mine. It was a wonderful surprise to get to that in the make so if someone that is a great practice in an earlier this year we had talked to the woman who did the three hundred sixty five days of. Thank you notes and she wrote. Thank you letters to people. So if someone's going to do this there are certain things that you should include are certain practices that you can do to that will trigger more gratitude for you. Is that correct yes. There are more gratitude. So you're speaking about the interview that you did with. Nancy davis cup i at the hankyu project on. Yeah there's a lot of chips about how bright the right thank you and right branching water but one of the things that that is. My favorite is specity. B very specific in order for it to resonate. It's like when you think back to your childhood. You can think back to your childhood in general doesn't resonate on a single something and then you can start team sabre that you remember the way set way. Something smell away. Something felt when you're writing a gratitude letter if you can be specific about what you're grateful for a moment in time or something. The person the reader is the opportunity to savor that memory. As do you you get the opportunity to save that memory and it just heightens the sensation of a tube. Ecorse cruiser overall wellbeing. It's great. I love
Why the Treasury wants its money back
"There are days of which this is one when we are obliged by the news to get just detached down in the weeds so we will because we have to. But we'll do it gently back in march in the cares act. Congress authorized the treasury department to let the federal reserve us about four hundred and fifty billion dollars to fund. A bunch of fed lending programs programs that would and remember back in march and april. The fear factor was pretty high in this economy. Right these programs would stabilize credit markets. And in a way thus backstop the whole economy. Well yesterday treasury secretary steven mnuchin. Told jay powell. He wants the money back. In other words those lending programs the secretary said are none the fed not known for its political loquaciousness. Said in a statement. Yesterday afternoon it would prefer the money and the emergency programs. Stay where they are. But after noon sherpao roach secretary mnuchin and told him the money's on the way so we will get to the what it all means thing with lopez and genus smile. Like in a minute but first marketplace abbreviation shore with what exactly these programs did in different ways. These programs all allowed the fed to get down and dirty in the mud of credit market so for example a couple of them allowed the fed to actually buy corporate bonds another loved the fed to buy short-term bonds from state and local governments another allowed to indirectly by up car loans and student loans they essentially stood there and said you know we'll be a buyer of these things will support these markets yousef obasi is global market strategist at stone ex. Now the reason we care that the fed could buy these securities. Is that for a while. They're in this pandemic. It was looking like nobody else would and if nobody wants to buy up for example loans. People aren't going to get as many loans and loans are what kept some businesses. Live and local governments functioning. You're talking about essentially the entire credit markets could've yearly froze if the fed didn't step in with these facilities the fed supported credit market so credit markets could support people. Chris campbell is chief strategist at duff and phelps and former assistant secretary of the treasury they allow for serbia liquidity or money available to banks or institutions to have them to be able to lend you money by all accounts. These programs worked. Edward altman is professor of finance emeritus at nyu. The treasury felt that it has succeeded so well that it's no longer necessary. Oldman sees that is. Ill advised to give them the looming threat of further shutdowns but secretary mnuchin has said businesses need grants now not loans. The four hundred and fifty. Five billion dollars in question could be re purposed into a miniature stimulus. Deal before a new president is sworn
"phelps" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Everybody welcome to performance anxiety on the pantheon podcast network. Max phelps from exist joins.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes first woman to lie in state in US capitol
"Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a trail in life and now in death, becoming the first for her gender and religion and culture to receive the honor of line and state of the U. S. Capitol. NBC's Jordan Phelps is on Capitol Hill. The flag draped casket arrived with ceremony the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, now the first woman and the first Jewish American toe Lion State at the U. S. Capitol. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. It is with profound sorrow that I have the high honor. Welcome Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. July in state, Friday ceremony marks the third and final day of public events Commemorating Ginsberg's remarkable life.
Ginsburg makes history at Capitol amid replacement turmoil
"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a trail in life and now in death, becoming the first for her gender and religion and culture to receive the honor of lion and state of the U. S. Capitol. ABC is Jordan Phelps is on Capitol Hill. The flag draped casket arrived with ceremony the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, now the first woman and the first Jewish American to lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. It is with profound sorrow that I have the high honor. You're welcome. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to lie in state. Friday ceremony marks the third and final day of public events Commemorating Ginsberg's remarkable life. Jordan Phelps
US election: McConnell promises an 'orderly' transition of power
"GOP leaders pushing back on President Trump's comments about the transfer of power if he doesn't win the election after President Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power, top Republican leaders heir stepping in to say what the president would not Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell tweeted There will be an orderly transition, just as there has been every four years since 17 92. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy offered a similar assurance. Jordan Phelps ABC News Washington to
"phelps" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"So you know I think that was that was something really neat that made the last two years of my career so much more enjoyable because we grew together and we're able to just enjoy enjoy the process. How is the two thousand Sixteen Olympics different than the three or? Honestly. Four four. I was. At, a place where I truly could enjoy every single moment of those games and and you know I think it's this is weird I mean that was the first national team trip where I probably talked to every single athlete on that team. And for carrying the flag for the country. To the stadium I felt like I. Felt like a Dad I was a dead but I felt like a dad on the team like these guys were all young kids I've watched growing up and now. We're on a team together and some of them were telling me how they had my poster on their wall up the kid and I was like, oh my gosh, like I finally was able to see that the things I was doing. was accomplishing my goals of changing the sport and and growing the sport in these kids right in front of me. It's That's it. So you know for me I think at that point to be able to realize that and get to that that thought process some sell special for me You know obviously my son and my wife and Stands mid even better as icing on the cake and. Just being able to close and finish my career high exactly wanted to like I. Mean I Know Twentieth Down The Rock and come back? Yeah. Did everything I wanted to kind of amazing that you went your first Olympics and you were a child. And you at your last Olympics, your child was there Probably remember but but he was there an, and that's something like I mean even now like we watched we watch my two hundred I am from Rio with him one morning reading breakfast and Feast all himself and was like pointing things out. So it's going to be cool to watch him grow up even more and then be able to show them some of that stuff shamanism part of you talk about the influence you've had on the sport you're having a big influence now, which is really important because you're willing to have conversations like this and you're going around the country speaking you're doing allow work with Patrick. Kennedy and his Kennedy Forum on Mental? You are three or own foundation. The Michael Phelps, foundation you're doing work with young kids and working with the boys. Boys and girls clubs What is your what? How do you see your role now? I mean I think you know like for such a long time I I will say that my number one goal is teaching water safety the kids because it's something that we have to change and and they're way too many kids that are losing their lives and drowning incidents and It's now getting bigger To addressing the mental health component part you know for me as somebody has gone through handful of depression spells and and I found myself on the spot not wanting to be alive It's it's it's something that happens every day in this world and to be able to continue to go out and to explain people that it's okay to not be okay like look like. Every day somebody's GonNa have ups and downs and and if we can continue to help people get out and talk about things and open up. Thank. That's you know for me was something that completely changed my life and saw I was able to see a such cleaner happier healthier way of living So if I can honestly save a life for save two lives, that's all I want for me. That's way bigger than ever winning a gold medal and with some of the documentaries that we have coming out whether it's around anxiety and depression with kids with angst the documentary just did recently. with the other one that we have coming up in the next couple of months we wanted we want to try to work on another one talking about with social media does with anxiety and depression towards kids younger generation fortnum you know these are things that that I think could really save lives and to me that's all that matters well, I get to have fun doing honestly like this is something that is an experience that I've gone through and I don't mind open up sharing talking about and and and it's enjoyable for me because I'm able to learn growth not as well so it's it's. Being retired I guess kind of weird. being retired from the. Thirty thirty, two, thirty, two So that's kind of weird to say but you know I think being retired from the sport and very happy with I think I could come back and do it again but have zero desire or passion. and and I'm very lucky and fortunate to wake up every day to have a mission that I can go out and talk about an an open up about and hopefully make an impact on. Let me say this as someone who lost a loved one to suicide I I admire twenty eight medals but I think the champion that you are today for people who are struggling with mental illness is extraordinarily admirable.
Missing Fort Hood soldier reported sexual abuse, says Army official
"Sexual assault claims by a missing Texas soldier who is now believed to be dead special agent Damon Phelps of the Army Criminal Investigation Command, says 23 year old sergeant elder Fernandez Claimed someone touched his buttocks at Fort Hood, but did not provide evidence. Investigators also say there were no witnesses and suspects passed a polygraph temple. Police believe Fernandez's body was failed hanging from a tree near some train tracks Tuesday. Ah positive identification is expected today. More news on demand and
Apolo Ohno on The Weight of Gold
"Okay. Apollo short-track speedskating legend Olympic Hall of Famer Serial Entrepreneur Commentator New York Times bestselling author Oh in this guy so crazy talented and disciplined that smack in the middle of his athletic career in two thousand seven when he was at the peak of his powers he didn't just compete in. One dancing with the stars when I saw the trailer for the HBO Doc, I knew immediately, he'd be a great person to help break down the issues that are explored therein the mental perils of elite athleticism because this is a guy who was raised by a single dad who took his dream all the way to the very top and when it was all over, he had to figure out not just what was going to come next but actually who he? Was Fundamentally, who he was as a person off the rink. So this is a conversation about what it's like to have a passion with the shelf life, the mental health repercussions of the Olympics, and the toll placed on athletes and the pitfalls of prodigious success at a young age more broadly it's about why we sabotage ourselves and how to break this habit, and it's about deconstructing those preconditioned believes that we all have about who we are and what we're good at. Apollo gives us a lesson in mindset and intention how to use it to our advantage and what it takes to break the mold of what is possible and my hope is that this conversation will help you form. A more holistic idea of who you are and. What you want to offer the world I hope it encourages you to see the strength and vulnerability and and also the power and asking for help but more than anything I. Really Hope it breaks whatever illusion you have about one in. Is and what an Olympic athlete is not. So here we go. This is me. and. Apollo. Truly. One of history's all time. Great. Olympian. Man Thanks for doing this course I appreciate you making a trip out here. wanted to talk to you for a long time and when I saw the trailer for the new documentary weight of gold I thought this is the opportune moment to reach out. So thanks for making yourself available I'm glad you did. And thanks for letting me take a peek at the dock premier. We're doing this on July twenty nine. So it premieres tonight everybody's going get to be able to see it by the time this comes out and it was it was really. Moving for me. You know I certainly wasn't an athlete of of your caliber, any of the athletes portrayed in the movie. But. This is an important subject that I've talked about quite a bit on this podcast, which is making that transition from being essentially a professional quote unquote amateur whatever that means. into becoming a civilian and the mental health implications of what that's like and when I look at your career or look at somebody like Michael Phelps or showing white whose documented in the film as well. The outsider perspective is that these people all slid pretty graciously into a civilian career path and I think that perception belies the truth of just how difficult that is even for somebody like yourself who's done it very successfully it's a traumatic process for anybody who competes as an athlete at the highest level. Yeah the you said that very well, I think the transition that. Olympic athletes face is. It's just I. Don't WanNa use the word unique because I believe everyone goes to the phase at some point in their life. Right. So as you dedicate your career, your path, your energy your time toward one specific goal and thing that really made you feel give you confidence. and has external signaling whether you're making more money or you're getting a raise or you're progressing and people are celebrating you in the Olympic world you kind of only really celebrated once every four years. So if you've got multiple Olympic career. Call it two or three or five, and some case for some of these athletes. You're only told you really good when you're at the Olympics and although that you know that you've got other qualities and attributes about your personality that could potentially be transferable across in career paths. I think that you don't really feel it right? You feel like, for example, in speedskating, we go in circles like for a living I did that for like fifteen years bitterly working on the same things on a daily basis and it was beautiful and I chose that path. And then I use this a lot you know that. We have the great divorce happens right. So my first true love. No longer can I you know have this person in my life it's there but I've moved on and there's more structure and so Olympic athletes, there's no subsidization. You know there's no subsidy from the government. There's no. RISE NO SALARY PER SE to be a part Olympic team and. That's the beauty sport because that's how you do it because you love it and you do it for all the other you know Ansari reasons aside from progressing in your career but there definitely is a very strong mental transitory challenge that exists with all athletes and only really felt that and notice that I was deathly afraid of it. I had heard about it but I didn't know until many years into my retirement from competitive athletic sport.
"phelps" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Even when he was a young kid just getting into the sport he also spoke candidly with me about his struggles with mental health particularly right now during this pandemic, the interviews part of my series, the drink with Kate Snow you'll find other conversations with people at the top of their game at NBC News. Dot Com slash the drink. When did you set that goal for yourself that I'm going to do something nobody else has ever done Probably Eleven twelve I mean it was early. I think for me as a kid like I just wasn't afraid to dream as big as I possibly could. See, you have a coffee. That is good. I have DECAF giant. Gap. Doing today. I would say better today than I have been. You know. I think one of the scares hearts of times through my life is probably really been in the last six months kind of all this unknown heavy toll. This crisis is taking affecting the mental health of Americans pandemic. It's been hard for everyone but you wrote about how difficult it's been for you I mean I've felt like I've almost been like in the corner just hiding for a few days just because it's been. Difficult scary but real and and I think the biggest difference for me is is being able to to understand that it's okay to talk about it. You know I think for so long I I would stuff down and and really compartmentalize things and definitely emotions. Yeah. you know like I did that from US twenty years I was I'd said I could've wanted probably another gold medal at compartmentalizing and that's not a good thing. Decorated Olympian in history. How did you come out? Hardware work It's it's day in day out I went for what for five or six years I went through sixty five days straight it literally would swim on Christmas right? A. Thing that made the big difference for me. I was trying to do something nobody else has ever done before Lynn? Did you that goal for yourself that I'm GonNa do something nobody else has ever done? In. Probably Eleven twelve, it was early. But I mean you know I think like for me as a kid like I just wasn't afraid to dream as big as I possibly could and and You know I just felt like if I wanted something bad enough there wasn't a single on this planet was GonNa hold me back and sure enough just went from one thing to the next and I just kept getting hungry and hungrier and. We just never look back most people I talk to when I asked about how they got to the top their setbacks. There are failures there are people telling them you're never gonNa make it did you have any of that? At a middle school teacher tell me I was never going to amount to anything. So that was a motive. Yeah. She was I was always bouncing off the wall. As you can see I don't sit still out so. I was bouncing off the wall kid with add growing up. She said I wouldn't make it would never amount anything I was like, okay. Well, that'll be a little extra motivation for me to actually show you. But honestly like at the end of the day I, I control my own destiny your kids are little right now you're three boys would I know you play in the pool all the time I've seen great day own photos. Would you let them? Would you want them to be elite athletes? They WANNA be a summer that's fine but I don't ever want to force them to do something I was very fortunate as a kid growing up to find swimming than and find a sport that I loved and and that allowed me to take this passion to where I did and and you know I. Just hope that they're able to find that whatever that is. Your new documentary on HBO, it's called the weight of gold. Weight. Of how hard it is to be an Olympic athlete. Michael Phelps is one of the fastest swimmers in the world. None of us had normal childhoods. Tell me why you call it that you put your whole life and soul into into getting ready for that maybe thirty seconds, forty seconds and then. It's like you're you're looking over almost all off that. Happy Olympics. That's how it's felt for me. I had to stand up in and talk about this stuff because I saw show many of the athletes that were going through similar things and and you know watching the documentary, it's wild to see how similar our stories are they every single one of them. mind-blowing. After my second to you is a few days not wanting to be alive in my room and and. During those. that. Time I, kind of realized there is something else that I could do I could try to ask around. And and you know honestly doing that and seeing therapists and talking to a therapist. Saved my life. That's the reason why I'm here today. Is such a powerful message that just just that active reaching out. Can Change everything? and. Can I do a quick lightning round like just masks questions? You're guilty pleasure. Frozen races. Absolute favorite. But the holiday edition because the peanut butter ratios better. You do breakfast a lot right for the. Show like this morning, we'll probably have eggs, the eggs, oatmeal, cereal, fruit or yogurt. It's one of those things and and honestly like the coolest thing for me is watching booms and becks come in and get what they want out of the fridge. So if they want blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, it going and grab them, and it's just as a data. It's so cool watching them to grow up because it it. It happened so fast and that's the one thing that, yeah, somebody told me to never blink an eye and I I don't know where the time has gone. On. I'm trying to enjoy every minute as I can and and it's awesome and that is the one benefit of this shutdown. Right? Is that people like you who traveled all the time? You don't have to really good to see every moment and and yell say it's been challenging times but it's also been some of the most incredible moments that I'd seen worst goddamn malfunction you've ever had two thousand eight. Two hundred butterfly filled up with I guess the first twenty, five meters into the race swim last one slaughter. The last hundred and seventy-five blind counting strokes and lunging for the wall hoping it was there when I when I reached..
'The Weight of Gold' Sees Olympians Open up About Post-Games Depression
"Burdens, a new HBO documentary premiering tonight takes on the stories that we don't often hear about when it comes to Olympic athletes. Sure, its all up close and personal when the game's run is we have come to expect, But there's a dark side about what happens when the quest doesn't end necessarily with a medal around one's neck. A weight of gold is a far cry from the typical athlete profile packages we often see during the Olympics. That's why I was just like, Why don't I just ended on Olympic icon Michael Phelps and Mohr Open up about the darkness that almost let him To end his life and his fellow athletes that have died by suicide. There's a lot of athletes on here that are super vulnerable gold medal winning diver David Boudia has featured in the dock You'll see Olympian after living on this documentary who we struggle to understand what our purpose is powerful documentary premiers tonight on HBO, Jason agents and ABC News Hollywood. If you step back, you'll realize what extraordinary lives. These people live. No matter of sport before they ever even get to compete at an Olympics had normal childhoods actually actually worked worked their their entire entire lives lives with with this this moment, moment, everything everything revolves revolves around around this this sole sole focus. focus. And And that's that's so so focus focus is is the the Olympics. Olympics. We We all all see see the the Gazi Gazi features features during during the the games games of of these these athletes and sacrifices, you know, but they end with a payoff. We still there at the games. Wow, you all that hard work, you know, But you're realizing that not just the Fleet who usually has to move to another city to be a training center. The families sometimes moves along with the athlete, so they gotta prove there's no money in this thing. So you win and hopefully get a sponsorship in cash. It's all personal sacrifice. So much of it starts when their kids yes. You know young kids and being taken to the pool or the ice rink or wherever. And this just deals with ones who actually make it to the games from the seven. What about all those kids who don't make it who lose up the trials, and they've invested all that same amount of time? I've done more in the Obama. That's probably another documentary among the folks the interview short track speed skater Apollo. No, Everybody knows him. You mean short track speed skating, not a huge sport. But come the Olympics. Everybody watches popular exactly, And he's a megastar. One gold, he says through fear of failure, says Obscurity awaits once the games and with no pension, no bonus. No stock options of fate even worse for those who don't don't devote their lives to one of the so called Landry sports now Dictate. But after the Olympics with village doors close, and that's kind of it. Oh, no. Says he had his health insurance pulled a month after he retired as an athlete. The documentary says About 80% of Olympians experience post competition depression. The weight of gold also mentioned several who committed suicide among them, Ariel skier Jeret Speedy Peterson. He shot himself after winning silver at the 2010 Vancouver Games. Then there's Lolo Jones, a two time world champion hurdler three times. You, w R US champ considered a Olympic bus, though, because she field the medal in the 100 meter event at the 2008 Beijing Games, should later go on to compete in the bobsled at the word games, with a few to do both summer and winter. In the doctor. She speaks of watching a replay of one of the races while she was serving smoothies at the gym's juice bar, where she was making seven bucks an hour around the world watching Look up to these people giving my blood, sweat and tears and all I'm asking is that someone can help me get through this. I don't think I have HBO documentary premiering tonight. The weight of gold. It's a
"phelps" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast
"People that I was absolutely crazy trying to go medals. I believe that I've lived it. I DREAMT! I imagined it. I visualized every little part of it. I wanted to go. Hi, don't want it to go out could go. Every single race. Every Thing. Welcome to the only ways through a collaboration between under armour and I heart radio. Episode A. Michael Phelps fish out of water. For every athlete comes a point when a journey must come to an end, the conclusion of their work where everything is left on the field in their accomplishments are behind. But a life of competition stays with. It's ingrained in you. Is Party Chemistry. The work may not be the same, but the energy continues to flow. The question becomes. Can you harnessing? Can you manifest it into something new? Retiring at thirty one may seem strange to some but Michael Phelps has lived lifetime in the pool, working through each challenge breaking through every goal with relentless determination. With twenty three gold medals under his belt. Phelps got to go out on top. The way he wanted to. As the Greatest Olympia history. As he stepped out of the pool and interest in life. He's had to make adjustments. We tolling the things that defined him in the water to challenge himself to help others online. Raising mental health awareness for those who may be too afraid to speak up. To fight for those who struggled like he did so that he can lead by example and a new kind of way. A lot of responsibility to shoulder. But it's what he needs because he feeds off the pressure. Cal Sat down with Michael Talk More. What's it like to go into an Olympic? Race with the number in your head that you want to beat and you don't beat it, but you win a gold medal when I go to a race in clearly I know the time that I'm trying to reach right like that's what I was preparing for. That's those training for. I write my goals down. Say I want to go. Let's just use this as an example two minutes in a race. I WANNA. Go two minutes. I have to probably be out in fifty, seven, Fifty, eight hundred, and then I got to be one or two one three coming back. So once I have that then then break down even farther and say what I have to do. The first fifty second fifty third fifty fifty. How do I control? My schroeck kicks taking off the wall all of this. How many breasts taking? Then! You break it down. Get deep here. But then you break it down that much and then the fifties. I'm doing in practice I need to do. Six to eight kicks off of every wall. I need to take seventeen strokes a lap. Trying to be distance per stroke, trying to be as efficient as I can, so you break all of that stuff down and that's it. You know I was wondering. That's all you go. What not? I was. Watching some of the video wade, say you're doing the backstroke. Your approaching the wall and I'm wondering like. How does he know feel? I'm more like just hypersensitive. So that's just I mean. That's easiest way explaining when I jumped in the water like I feel the water on my fingertips. I feel the water all of my body when I kick I can feel the water on top and the bottom of my foot. There's a speaker underwater. I feel sound waves. It disrupts my body underwater. I can go out and say I'm probably one of the most hyper-sensitive people in water out there. So it's back to repetition right if I can be as efficient as I can in the water. For a million strokes. CHEESY! Wow the other day, so I had a guy a month ago now he basically broke down and going to the simplest way where I could understand it. He was just like it simple and I said why is that word in my head so much? What reason this Dat in my head! It's telling me something obviously right I have to break it down into so many different ways. Two weeks. Okay, so so I. I just felt like I was probably almost in my own way, 'cause like. What I go through now with my son's. Like I internalize a lot of the stuff in like. beat myself up when I feel like I'm not doing the best job. Like like I. Just crush myself. As a father father! Yeah, so I'm like okay. I need to simplify like. Break it down and simplify so I started thinking nice saying that word and then I have this experience with Mr Abbott and then. That's literally the one thing that I try to do every day. Simplify my life in some way. Because, that's what I did. When I swim right I wake up, eat go to the pool. Stretch swim. Do whatever I do. Their go home. Lay down. Get prepared for the afternoon workout eat. Go Swim. Come home to the same thing, right? It's simple. My my routine in my schedule was very easy. So if I did that for twenty five years, twenty plus years and I was able to be. Pretty successful. Then why why? Why should know then do that? In everyday life, right, you know what I mean. This is wild that it's only two weeks ago for you to get a complete grip on this, but I mean I. Think it's just more like an eye opener. Right and it's just like I guess for me. It's it's this is where I am in life. You know five years ago. I probably wouldn't have been able to break down like this, but with what I've gone through an experienced since now being retired. I can take a step back and. Break it down even more because I haven't done anything about it like throughout my career I basically just out, eat sleep and swim, so I never process what was going on. So it was always onto the next thing I was onto the next. meet onto the next training like this the other. Okay, now now I fully understand maybe. A. Michael's wife Nicole is an ally five for mental health awareness. They've traveled the country together her people's struggles and opened up about their own. In through this, she's creating an environment for her family to grow. Here's Nicole is kind of that never ending journey that you're on day after day right? No matter who you are for Michael. It wasn't a priority and it didn't need to be a priority because he had a focus. He swimming was number. One swimming came before absolutely everything in his life, which is where he made those sacrifices to do what he's done and accomplished. And now that.
Regulating Emotions With Dr. Shauna Shapiro
"Welcome to episode two hundred, Sixty, nine of live, happy now. This is Paula Phelps and I'd like to thank you for joining us again this week. If you've ever had a sudden feeling of distress that triggers your fight or flight response. Then you know what it's like to have your emotions hijacked. And, if that's something you've experienced recently, you're not alone this week. Clinical psychologist and mindfulness expert. Dr Shauna Shapiro Returns to talk about how current times might be affecting your emotions, and what practices you can use both individually and as a family to regulate them. Sean thank you for coming back to talk to us on live. Happy now I'll. I'm delighted to be back. Thanks caller, will you and I talk back in? February and things were so much different. There is no way we knew what was ahead of us, and we talked about your fantastic book. Good Morning, I. Love You and the reason I wanted to invite you back today and talk to. To you is because you give so many great practices for mindfulness, and for managing things during difficult times and one thing that I kept going back to during this time. Is your practice on emotion regulation? So thank you for coming on because that's really something. I WanNa talk to you about today. I agree I. Think all of us can feel the impact of these times in our nervous systems. Systems on our notions in our words, and it's really important to have tools and practices to help regulate them and your practice on emotion. Regulation really explains how it starts, so I guess to begin with. Can you explain to us? What an image Ella hijack is so an a middle hijack is when kind of our fear centers is based in the overwhelms. Our prefrontal CORTEX are higher order. Order reasoning and so our ability to make wise choices as much hindered, and so that's mindfulness. Practices are so helpful is that the word mindfulness means to see clearly, and we wanna see clearly so we can respond effectively when something stressful happening or overwhelming are were afraid. It's really hard to see clearly, and then we make poor choices, and so the first step to kind of either preventing or Rebounding mcdermot hijack is simply to name what you're feeling to simply say. I'm scared or I'm feeling stressed right now or I'm overwhelmed and research from Ucla showed that when you just name your emotion, it kind of puts a prefrontal cortex back in charge you, it kind of puts the seat seatbelt on the little teenager in the background, and it starts to calm down the body so simply naming it helps tain your. Your emotion, so that's the first step that I usually recommend to people I thought that was really interesting that just giving a name to something can have such a profound effect you. They know why that is well I. Think part of it is bad when you name it that means there's a part of you. That is witnessing it. There's a part of you. That is no longer consumed by or meshed with it. So. There's the awareness that knows your sad isn't sad, right? It's just aware the awareness that knows you're angry angry. It's just aware and so there's a laser to get a little distance from your motions, and you're able to witness them with greater perspective in greater clarity, and when you say talk about giving a name to it. Is that something you just do mentally? Is it something you write down? How do you go about defining what you're feeling? So you feel emotion. What's interesting is most people don't even really notice it until it gets pretty significant and so what I work with people on doing. To, notice the Sadler emotions, and then just gently naming them. Silently Stein out. Loud is also fine especially if you're with people. To let them know. We state our children. Use your words, and it's helpful with US too so to simply just notice I'm scared right now and in my own life it's amazing how often we just kind of pushed through emotions and don't pause to feel them, and so by naming it we create space for the emotion, and we also bring that higher order reasoning. Meta awareness back on board. And sometimes one of the things that I hear a lot right now as people don't even know what they're feeling because I was talking to someone I was actually talking about your book with someone because she was saying she's like I. Don't know what's wrong with me I. Don't know if I'm mad I. Don't know if I'm scared. I JUST WANNA cry. That's beautiful that she's even aware of that. Because you know often, people don't even feel what they're feeling, and so I, think the first step is to feel it then say maybe I am confused or I just feel sad or I don't even know. Know what I'm feeling! It's so complex, but I think the process of mindfulness is about bringing our attention and our presence, and our kindness to whatever feeling even are not sure what it is, and that's an act that takes practice. It takes a lot of practice, and that's really what I tell people I was really attention of my book is that you're not supposed to be perfect all this? These are practices that you learn and the good news is science shows. It's never too late. It's never late to literally re architect your brain and cultivate these resources so that we can meet the current challenges.
Multiple Trump campaign staffers quarantining after Tulsa rally
"Up trump campaign staffers who worked at the president's Tulsa rally over the weekend or now quarantining because of possible exposure to the corona virus a senior trump campaign official says the staffers are working remotely and will be tested before they return to the office a total of eight campaign staffers who were in Tulsa for the rally have tested positive for the corona virus Jordan Phelps reports dozens of secret service officers who worked the event are also now in
FBI concludes that Bubba Wallace not victim of hate crime over noose incident
"Federal law enforcement officials say that the news founded the team garage used by NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace was not an attempt at racial intimidation Wallace the only black driver in NASCAR's top series a noose incident at delegate at at Talladega superspeedway in Alabama prompted a huge so overall show support around the country and peers Tom Goldman an FBI investigation found evidence the news had been there for months long before Bubba Wallace was assigned to that garage for the rate yes NASCAR president Steve Phelps says it's fantastic to hear Wallace wasn't a target of a hate crime this month Wallace led a successful push to ban the Confederate battle flag at NASCAR events Phelps says he'll always remember the overwhelming show of support for Wallace at Monday's race and that was a very powerful image in in not just the history of our sport but I think in all sports so since there still was a noose in a Talladega garage any says NASCAR will continue its investigation to determine
NASCAR race begins after show of support for Bubba Wallace
"And a show of support today for NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace before the race at Talladega Alabama his fellow drivers lined up and pushed his car to the front of pit road this happened one day after a noose was found hanging in the garage of the circuits only full time black driver NASCAR president Steve Phelps says everyone is behind Wallace obviously this is a very very serious acting we take it as such we will do everything in our power to make sure that whoever has committed this act you comes to justice two weeks ago Wallace how to successfully push push it NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag at all races and
FBI investigating noose left in NASCAR stall of Black driver
"Fewer than two weeks after NASCAR banned the Confederate flag from its venues federal authorities are investigating the discovery of a noose and a driver stall at Alabama's Talladega superspeedway it involves perhaps NASCAR's most legendary number remember from the forty three team discovered a news in the forty three garage the forty three cars driven by Bubba Wallace NASCAR's only black full time driver and owned by NASCAR legend Richard Petty who says he's enraged NASCAR president Steve Phelps says FBI agents were at Talladega before today's race disgruntled fans flying Confederate flags were outside the gates yesterday NASCAR has been trying to distance itself from the flag for years and Phelps says he wants whoever's responsible for the news to face justice read this type of behavior from our sport I'm sadr make ani
FBI investigating noose left in NASCAR stall of Black driver
"Federal authorities are investigating the discovery of a noose in the garage stall of NASCAR's only black full time driver NASCAR chief Steve Phelps says the noose was found yesterday at Talladega superspeedway in the stall of Bubba Wallace who successfully pushed NASCAR earlier this month to ban the Confederate flag from its venues obviously this is a very very serious act and we take it as such help says NASCAR called the FBI and agents were at Talladega hours before today's race it was scheduled for yesterday when fans with Confederate flags drove outside the tracks main entrance I am Sager made Donnie
"phelps" Discussed on NASCAR Live
"NASCAR live earlier today. I had a chance to visit when NASCAR President Steve Phelps about the sportive NASCAR and the direction that we're going here in this twenty twenty season I'm doing great. How you doing my friend doing break today lost last. Chat with you about today is a big day for our sport. This is new in made. Do the COVID nineteen at such? We have pushed hall of fame, voting, day and now hall of fame announcement. Today this. This is a pretty. This is a pretty big nate firms for, isn't it? When we get to honor some of the people that protruded so much? Yeah, it's listen. I feel fortunate to be on the panel that. Chooses on both who's being nominated as well as those that are in the hall of fame It's A. It's one of the most special things I get to do as as employees at. And I know there are all. Year all the stories from the different folks as they're. Talking about the candidates and you know whether they hall were the and who gets in win making some really compelling story, so it's great to hear from a lot of that. Historians of this or you know changed the. How the voting happens, we both modern era, and then I in years and I think it's just A. It's a really. I think it's a really good change and excited for the results. Come out this evening. We used to induct five and now we're GONNA three to the modern and one from the pioneer era, and then of course landmark winter. What what created that change? What brought that about? Yeah. I think Mike. If you you know, we had to catch up with other sports right because we didn't have all of them and so. A decade of putting people in five at a time and that really worked for us. We're starting to see you know then the question is well. How many is the right number right in? How do you make sure that the folks that are going into the hall of fame are all worthy. Because Hey Richard Petty. You know. You're at a pentacle right and it's a. what's that threshold between your Richard? Benny deal her Dale Earnhardt. You Know David Pearson and then what's it look like below? What should be that? Cut Off that dissimilar where baseball is a certain number of votes or whatever so I think it was really trying to get to what this idea of hallward. And then I think the split between modern, era. And then pioneer I think there is some concern from from folks that you know the pioneers. We're going to be forgotten and so I think it was a really an elegant way for us to make sure that you know that those that were the pioneers in the sport are getting their do. An and I think you'll. You'll. You'll see that as as the votes come out in. Not just this year, and as we move forward looking at those pioneers, because I think the modern era. I think there's some really. Incredibly. Visible members of our sport who are GonNa come for hall of fame. And nomination so I think we'll see some. You know some folks that are. A people would say oh. That makes sense that they're in there and if they're overshadowing the pioneers. A really good solution us. Let's shift gears here. I guess we'll go in most current. Our way back announcement coming at the all-star Racist Moving Bristol Motor speedway and the cars are going to look different a slide number over to just in front of the rear wheel. Get a little more sponsor placement there on the door. What brought about that adjustment I know? He had that in other series in the store with fraught now. It's. Two things are so. Let's start with Bristol You know we really want race in advance. And it just it's not the same without fans. We a very small numbers as you saw this past weekend homestead with. military members and their families first responders in their families whether it was our friend errors as as we know, but it was great to see fans in the stands even in limited numbers so. As we go back to Talladega this weekend, you know having more, so it's kind of phased approach to getting us there. But the it was clear that we're not gonNA. Get the approval from the county and the governor and North Carolina to run all race with fans and so. Work with Marcus Smith in Marcus really leading the charge year to push it to another one of their venues. and. I mean the All Star Raise Bristol. I can't even imagine how great that to be no points on the lenses you know. chuckers records. I. Think it's going to be really spectacular. On that front with respect to the the second part of the question in the movie the number. all-star historically has been an opportunity for us to test things. and I think that's exactly what we're doing with this. You know the teams had asked us to take a look does provides additional visibility for sponsors. And so that's something we'll test and I looked at the ball. And you guess we're talking about this morning. Four percent delegate fifty-six percent do or don't care. So it will evaluate. It is the right thing to do the right thing to do There's there's a vocal minority on a lot of right. I, know there are some folks that came out and said Hey, listen, this is not for me. I don't like it, so we'll We'll take that all under consideration. As past all star we'll, we'll see what it looks like. And there's a fine line preserving tradition and catering to a core fan, and then moving on and trying new things, perhaps metering to the new plan or they potential fan that may be out there. What does that challenge trying to to two? Parties here that. Are there obviously great via sport and. You Mike I think there's. Not In every instance, but I think they're instances where you can actually do both i. don't think you have to have the to at odds with each other. Sometimes. That's going to happen, but you know for us in. We've talked about you know. Hearing from the core fans and we do, and we want to hear from the core fans what they have to say traditional fans. There are certain things that. You know we want to try out, or we is in the best sport after collaborating with our industry and saying you know what this is something that we should just, and this is one of those. In one of those opportunities and I don't know whether it appeals do a a newer fan versus a fan for forty years. You know these these The changes in teams, but Again, it's it's one race. It's the All star race. You, what better time to test something? We have more with our president. Steve Phelps coming up. Seven point reinforced nylon harness, check, carbon fibre, hidden neck, restraint, chick, thermoplastic nylon window wedding. Check. NASCAR uses innovative technology to protect their drivers shouldn't do.
"phelps" Discussed on NASCAR Live
"It works fast, and you won't stink from the Mr. Studios in Concord North Carolina. Here's your host Mike Bagley. Everybody welcome to another edition of NASCAR. Live here on the motor racing network. We hope you're well Mike badly and the entire. Crew with you for our weekly, get together, and we've got lots coming your way. Including a visit with NASCAR President Steve Phelps he's going to join us and give us some insight as to where the sport is where we're going. We're going to include some news of the week. Ask Steve about including the All star race moving to bristol the numbers having a new location. Location on those all star cars, we've got lots to talk about with NASCAR President Steve Else. We hope you'll stay tuned for that. Also coming up this weekend, the NASCAR Cup series and the NASCAR xfinity series will move to Talladega superspeedway. The ARC cars will be there as well, but as far as the cup cars are concerned there some changes to those cars Ryan. Ryan Blaney Screw Crew Chief Todd Gordon. Is GonNa join US later on to talk about those changes and what it could mean for the racing Sunday in the GEICO five hundred. We mentioned the Arkham and arteries. We'll be back in action this weekend at Talladega. Well, we're going to bring in a rising star in that series to chat with us. Hailey Degan will stop by. By, we'll preview the general tire, two hundred and a whole lot more, plus we'll look back on Sundays. dixie vodka four hundred at homestead Miami speedway with a NASCAR live backtracks, but to get started this week. We bring in the host of Nascar today midday Kyle Ricky is here with all the latest trending news in the sport God. What do you have for us? Mike it's been a busy Newsweek in the couple of days since the race weekend ended at the homestead Miami speedway on Monday Nascar and speedway motorsports INC announced that this year's.
"phelps" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"It's a topic even more relevant now during the coronavirus pandemic so this week went outside lines. We've focused on athletes dealing with mental health issues among those we spoke to Michael Phelps decorated Olympic athlete. Ever he started talking about his own issues before his last games in retirement. He's made Mental Health Awareness. One of his missions. Here's part of our conversation. Michael thank you for being with us. You've been very vocal. About some of the issues you've dealt with Set Against the backdrop of the pandemic. How would you describe the mental healthy Houston so many millions are facing now? I mean for me personally..
"phelps" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
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