18 Burst results for "Rachel King."

"rachel king." Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

"Held up to one. Hundred mailers and sprinted over the top that it got exposed to a bit you beckon these horses that need to be cuddled up to that year. Hundred eight amok. It'd be very not really betting propositions. But think about rachel king against craig williams in the last fifteen. May i think i did that. I might strengthen the jockey make a difference. I think craig williams is an aunt standing junkie and a list eight throw as you meant. Use eight or what to me. He goes they throw them over the line and they actually do and we talk about this a lot. A lot of people don't give jockeys the credit they deserve. Good jockeys are for raising yorkies. Die get who's to as we call it go. They get them to go and i think he did that. We especially over the last hundred meters with tiffany. She did nothing wrong on fico when she wrote an absolute trade but her strengthens of raw her balance. In the soft hand i get. She gets it to relax her strength. Easing in a driving. Finish against craig. Williams. one is a no. It's not and i will say though if one is on the back of tiffany. I don't think the results as you say evaluation needs to be cuddled up and it gets that split. Lighten can accelerate i. She couldn't have written it any better. She couldn't she do. She did a great job and she has one group ones before. She's she's a good solid jockey. She's not in the class of jamie carbon. she's a good jockey. Yep let's get to the last going to talk about this rice a little bit. Because i think it's important because it gets the last group one of the rising seas and touched. We talk on that in weeks time. Half a second and so i'd standard. Tom twenty three three to eleven thousand. Six zip time last four hundred two hundred very good. What do you want to take out of the rice. Obviously the not is brooklyn hassle. Who comes more or less looked like a travel. Either to be honest craig. Williams i wanna bay and this is a horse. Have you've mentioned plenty of talent. It needs a soft tempo this based because it's got such a great turn of foot you don't wanna nfl. ron rise. because i'm telling you it doesn't produce. It's based slowly run rice. She comes home fast. She got the results can win. A tutsi are she. She can't what are your again. I think probably came. But i don't think there's much between all are always worried. Johnny car going off his horse she got it go last start but as on ancient instead of the show craig. Williams is not far off that jay. Mac jake is solely level of jockey who can get horses to do writings. They haven't done. Before what i want to take it. Okay was off. I think the white book because it was off two months draws terribly woj little carries fifty kilos carries the full penalty for a three or out guys to test tiara to for drive. Carry fifty five and a half. This is the older man's we'll fifty seven. Think it's going to be really well placed. There's one caveat on giants mcdonnell. Just stay on it. Josh donaldson we can win. The rice giants don't goes off. And it's not jimmy. Carter going on and it's not creams going on i'm wired about okay. Cape coveted by from on a stock on the in saw as we talked about garibaldi could say decelerating accelerated just stuck in their own pilot grant funding along. If you can get watergate think this new zealand may has got some ability. She shied with a groupon pricing last time in new zealand trout. Well before this rise are think given hell even if she can get the raw ron shaking win attached to our as well. That's really good for the is because after these rice containment will oversee was clearly well fan and ends up putting second or third in the market market trends towards it containing by was actually push get that runners any. That's right right in the day test era. Benny signed container by. She ran second behind each site. She's a really good man. She are on with odium. We'll be back after the break..

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"rachel king." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"rachel king." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You have lost their lives since 9 11 next Friday. Seaport is marking the week with a flags for the fallen memorial and a charity night at the Cisco Brewers Beer garden in that neighborhood as well and ahead of Memorial weekend you might be planning on getting outside, maybe going for a hike. There's a new concept on how to choose where to go. Amy Kirkcaldy is feeling pretty good right about now. I think we've hit the niche that we were looking for a specialty on her and her brother's website, which in her estimation that's us apart, See Amy and Jim like to hike. Take All the time with their kids, And during all of those hikes, they've accrued a vast knowledge of good trails and bad trails, one suited for Children and those they're not challenging hikes or walks in the park. And if you show up well, you have a place to park, all of which they spell out in detail on South shore family adventures dot com. We have benefited from visiting a lot of these places, and we think a lot of parents are struggling with their kids being on screens too much, especially with the pandemic, and so we want to share it with people. Chris Pharma WBZ Austin, this news radio hiker missing for five Days and Southern California. Is found alive after an intense search there in the wilderness. CBS is Rachel King spoke with hiker George knows grateful Sister Rebecca Lotta felt relief and gratitude when the L. A County Sheriff's Department's Air Rescue five spotted her brother deep down in the canyon after he had been missing for five days. We didn't know for days, not knowing it's so hard. The search efforts began Saturday night after 58 year old George Knoll went for a day hike in the Buckhorn Mount Waterman area and never returned. Days, volunteers and authorities scoured the terrain on the ground. During an aerial search and bear Canyon. Theo airships spotted knoll waving at them Nearer Creek in a very remote and rugged part of the Angeles National Forest. No told his sister. He got disoriented in an area burned last year by a wildfire that black and more than 180 square miles of the forest. He survived five days on on Lee Water. Well, I guess and interaction with the wilderness today not expected, maybe not wanted. This happened on the South Shore. Catherine needs and her daughters were strolling through a town forest in Holbrook when they cross past with a coyote. Quick thinking. Mom grabbed her two kids called 911 and began to back up very slowly. The coyote wouldn't budge continued staring at the frightened family after launching a drone to find the group. The coyote eventually ran away right after police arrived on scene. No one was injured. Animal control says the coyote was likely protecting its Them. And coming up next, a new Siri.

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"rachel king." Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"rachel king." Discussed on WDUN AM550

"To go. We have Larry Martin on our birthday list. Frank Allison, Taylor Carter, Gayle Bishop, Rachel King and Bruce Garrett. Also celebrating birthdays for today, So who's going to check out the great food in El Potro? The answer to that question is Larry Martin. Congratulations, Larry. And thanks for celebrating with North Georgia's new song, Wdun. Other folks we're celebrating today include Jerry Seinfeld. Very 67. Really. I thought I was young in that line. Jerry 67 years old today and was 17 years ago on this date at the National World War two Memorial Open in Washington D. C. If you have not seen that you need to It is absolutely fabulous. Wdun Times 7 29 2020. You'll be remembered for a lot of things. But a tower Brothers will long be remembered As the year More homeowners took control of their yards. Many Atlanta and North Georgia. Homeowners turned a cub Cadet Walk behind Mowers, XT Enduro series long tractors and Ultima Siri zero turn mowers, and they turn to Howard Brothers for the local cub cadet dealer Support with Cub Cadet and Howard Brothers. Your yard could be the envy of the neighborhood Cub Cadet is sold it all how our brothers locations now Perretta, Athens, Dorval, Duluth and Oakwood. The grass is always greener when you take care of it with Howard Brothers and Cub Cadet Wdun, Gainesville, W Do you in FM Parksville Gainesville It's 7 30. Shoes a million move. President Biden makes it push for a sweeping economic planning his first joint address telling Congress come to talk about crisis. An opportunity, making the case that investments are needed to move ahead. He's urging.

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"rachel king." Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

02:05 min | 6 months ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

"And treasure. Treasure told him at pontes trash beginning starting with funds style. Look again not saying it's terrible loved. I bought just from appointing perspective. A copy with her anymore. She two short she doesn't deliver on trade for what was it again ran but yes writes that while the rice cole was fantastic. It added to the to the atmosphere of the rice was good to say very elegant. Get notched a win on the board. It'll be one it'll be good ray matching the queen. Elizabeth began so louis both prompt or they couldn't prove that run about he bought and it'll be ripping rice. Let's get to social media. We put it out there. Eddie he comes. Out with trashcans. Roy on coal it and the treasury eduardo very elegant type gray with the treasure i know about probably could anyway. We talked about her. She's probably two lengths off those top. One neck is agrees with this with fun star. Trash always goes around. Short odds overrated. I think i lack as maxwell trash and my royd seat midfield. Three wide might be good. And what's on that you've been speaking about. The rousing. rousing round was applies to base. I may be rachel king. Did the did the right thing neighbor. We'll start at reggio king. She does rodney thirteen percent. Corre- dropped i percents allows month. Maybe she was just awful ball a little bit. And i will say she's jamie car even though she's a good enough jockey jack just trash his striking absolutely horrific. But there's a fair bit in this time for the show but striking is very important if you want to be on the panis an or staking very hard when you've got to have enough on the windows and not not not gonna lose. It's a very foreign lawn. We can talk about another time but you do have to have freaked pattern of staggeringly beckham to win one hundred dollars h. Tom but say you have to host stars for twenty five dollars. That's the while you do a very good point. That helps you a little bit jack. We'll be back next week. And the tanker..

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"rachel king." Discussed on Hospitality Forward

Hospitality Forward

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Hospitality Forward

"You wonder you know how come. We didn't have these things all along exactly. Yeah. So before you go Rachel when it starts to feel safe to travel again, where will your first trip? He probably will go home California some point. More likely that we'll be out of the United States first before going abroad, I've been saying for months and willing to go anywhere. On. Planning to go anywhere there are so many plays by having been yet either I know. Miles on Delta. The other day is that have been piled up and I'm like are they how valuable is still? Have enough to get New Zealand Batman's on the New Zealand reopens to Americans there is going to be a long flight surgeon will be ready. I can't wait to get on an airplane or you study airport. I miss it so much right. I mean things that we didn't appreciate before I mean going through security at the airport I missed it. I want to be there you know. So we are with you on that. So Rachel it's been so great speaking with you. Where can our listener find you on the easiest way is on twitter I the when it started so you're going to find, Rachel came on twitter and Instagram An on instagram. Love it so thanks Rachel and be well, and if they save and we'll we'll see you around..

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"rachel king." Discussed on Hospitality Forward

Hospitality Forward

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Hospitality Forward

"Our office in home, but also mental distraction. So thank you for the feature and I have to say Murray is a hero like she's amazing. She came to our offices and. November. With with the whole team Shannon ons rush. Yeah Maria also her translator as well as a number of assistance and her PR representative and it was introduced their new. Her new on Mary line accessories accessories in Hong dudes lab. Amazing. How she started like a little consulting here and there, and then she just became a off thorough with like million copies sold in the world very movement. So Rachel my question is then how do you choose the books day you write about? It's also a good question I. Read almost anything in terms my own literary preferences like there's nothing I won't read as far as premium bus fortunate which broaden beyond just the business folks that we get sent like top ten ways to improve your business or start a startup or. I find those don't actually resonate with readers as much as say a memoir or a book that more has more on Crete idea or agenda Nigon like an those to get like they have an argument to me. Something like joy were ore. There is a book last year about the joy of missing out can't remember the title of the book now but it was basically the opposite instead of missing out, is it staying in which coming out before the pandemic seem like fun than it is now? But so things that I think what appeals broader audience Joe. Reflects a business business-minded mentality are often works best but we have also trying to expand whether smart actions things you'd like to say on an airplane Okay. That's good to know. So as you know in our community, a lot of chefs and bartenders and sommeliers and hoteliers, you know they have written books and also some of them are writing books in coming months and years. So how can they get your attention? Should they send you a books? or like send you an email and become one of the thousand emails that you get every day. I want to say, definitely don't send the book actually kinds I prefer to get everything digital at this point not everybody has to work from home I, like many other journalists lived in very small spacious. Oh I don't have a lot of storage space at home to keep all these galleys and I don't have anywhere except side Oldham which would be a real shame. I prefer much more relate the best ways in emails. And I will get back to the publisher and say police, Amion. More, information about this, those times request a hardcover copy it's depending. guys, There's. Significant with the book jacket but I would say, actually don't send the hard copy is just it feels so wasteful these days also between the amount of packaging and I can't tell you how many times I've got a huge box like little styrofoam peanuts and there's one book inside. Irresponsible even before the plan never. Agree sources. Yeah. It's not sustainable heading those type of boxes after boxes agreed digital for sure. Yeah. Yeah. So question you're you're not only writing, but you're editing and assigning stories to freelancers how do you go about green lighting their stories? What makes the story a good fit for fortune? It needs to be really thought out well, rounded sources should be cited I am not a big fan of when people pitches just like a couple lines and I don I have to follow up it should be you know have a concrete idea of what you the top again and hiring plans to address it questions you plan to answer yourself. And also to speak with and just be really specific as possible. But then you say you get one hundred emails or thousand MS sometime. So is there any like a top two or three do's and don'ts when people get you with the US stories? Yeah. Definitely in terms of June not. I stayed don't let you don't. Need to site thing tweeted written about before offset of. Pandering. and I find a locked journals slow. Sometimes we talk about it but hey, otherwise, I would say the best pitchers religious some more straightforward Kabul graphs chops. Eight hundred words. Just straight to the point, it doesn't have to be cutesy or anything like are you interested in this further and sometimes I will not be able to back to the first female fine but I'd say. All up after the second email, I'm not going to get back to you because I just I can't. There's no way. I. Could. Get. So this brings us to the listener questions segment of our podcast and this week we have a question from Shannon must've offer who's a noted bartender and author of the book. Tiki her question is with the pandemic people are spending more time reading books. What categories of books do you see resonating with the general public in the coming months and years? That's the question. I would say a lot of lighthearted fiction. Time being I already seen one pandemics that novel and read a fiction book about what's going on now even over yet. I'm in all seriousness I can't still can't watch nine eleven movie arena in my book up just be too hard. So I can't imagine anything too serious or on point about pandemic right now although on that note I think just pin and post apocalyptic novel seems to be still surging in popularity. Around the couple months ago but I would say Yep Oregon on want something I'm this tolerance June people are not going to why as many darker shows as television has been skewing lately they're not GonNa want on screen TV shows people are looking for whatever is fraught the enlight little escapism. So we we call our podcast hospitality forward because we're very optimistic about our industry. So what what innovations are you seeing or hearing about or even thinking about that you think folks should be adopting to move hospitality forward. Everyone's trying to stay in. Terms of things that I have. Enjoyed that have come out of the last couple months I think the if this is allowed to stacking to go cocktails should definitely up a mainstay and not just for ease of net and just helping exist frankly in a lot of other countries already. But restaurants and hotels bars are cafes. They're all going to need that additional revenue streams wherever they not this year or next year on for a long time. A lot of forecasts offer even just alcohol sales in general. For five years. And I definitely off from us. So on premises Bieber. go. Grace have been. An easy thing to add also the outdoor dining installations I mean outdoor dining. I. Mean. We passing through this diner on twenty third street on nine th avenue and they created disputable outdoor dining space it right in front of like the restaurant and we thought Oh my looks like a out European outdoor cafe, what perils Ya and we were like, Oh my God we should come back here and so I think even diners in a diner owners they definitely are paying attention to outdoor and being creative to attract the customers in. That's good for our community and bring additional. Incomes to our bartenders and bar owners but also hospitality and restaurant workers ruin. It just enriches the quality of city life and it makes.

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"rachel king." Discussed on Hospitality Forward

Hospitality Forward

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Hospitality Forward

"In this episode which had read Rachel King of Fortune Magazine Rachel is an editor at the magazine overseeing coverage primarily related to travel luxury and books. She also reports on the food and drinks industries for fortune. Hi Rachel welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. So you've covered business finance technology over the years and became the books and lifestyle editor at Fortune, and since then we've seen so many articles by you. So could you tell our listeners west specific topics? You normally cover I it changes all the time but I especially in the current economic climate. But for a long time I was covering technology like consumer technology and gadgets, and also enterprise technologies to stay the senators and cloud technology. In the last few years I've shifted over more towards folks whether it be non fiction biographies and memoirs and Business books of that. Hospitality Industries, including hotels and travel related topics, but also a wine and spirits industries all the good things in life it's not. How was the Cova nineteenth situation change the kinds of stories you're covering. Do you feel like you could continue to cover the same thing she did previously and what kind of angles are you looking for now? Yeah. Unfortunately a lot of the things we were covering and March just. Had to be dropped by the wayside. They don't even apply anymore in terms of like hotels, openings, and restaurants and tours in different countries you could be. Some things still haven't changed at all. They probably won't change especially Americans for at least another several months to a year we've been able to cover. From the different engine from different angles those. So there's been a surge in certain Texas, a wines. Liquor, deliberate has seen a huge uptick in the last few months seeing how? Are. Responding to be paycheck protection program, how small businesses are trying to protect their employees and what they, what they're trying to do when they can take care of them either. With your crystal. Ball. What some of the topics plans to be covering or assigning for the remainder of the year. In, whatever's going on restaurants is going to just continue to change day by day, which is really frustrating obviously for business owners and the people who work there. I can't even imagine how tops that once the Staying on top of what's going on metropolises raisin turns airlines they're leading up on change fees and cancellation fees. Right now it's it's really easy to ticket and it's cheap to book a ticket to a Lotta places without many penalties. That's not last forever. So so kind of mentioned it's how prolific you've been from like loudness to hospitality to I mean you cover so many So, how do you come up with such a steady stream of fresh new ideas? I I I'm lucky that I have the those opportunities to work on those kind of stories I. Really do enjoy them the way we get ideas stories. There's no one white is. All the time to whether East something based on something I've read elsewhere or seen on TV or people I've talked with on the street Working with my colleagues like. A noticed trends and but they're like we'll share ideas like on different desks whether finance or check politics or lifestyle. Trying to hash out trends that way working with other quarters, other editors on staff. And then, of course you know working. Our sources. I do get hundreds of not sometimes thousands of days so I try to. I try to prioritize especially based on. The past and also just a lot of the month long get won't actually relevance may be. So I try to soldier that way, but the the people I've worked with previously me what I offer. So that's also could starting point you can. Know. So speaking of stories. So in early May, you launch the Startup Leo One special series at Fortune. So we found this so interesting because as entrepreneur myself in I, always enjoy the story is how people come up with ideas and hustle and struggling by still make it work. So how did that come about? was based on a story started with a Great Jones of flair startup and. They had been celebrating their first year anniversary in January. So we decided to do hugh in Alabama. What like the first year in business run rather than doing it the Prada and. has been a really great way to. Learn about those hurdles and a lot of people don't want to talk about us also that he began about like we're trying to interview entrepreneurs and startup founders within their first year of business. So if we interview them about their first year business five years or now hindsight's change a lot of. And so there are memories might not be fresh accurate. Let alone their lessons they. Have, learned I've been they might look at three different lengths to the immediate after mass I mean personally as a coffee fanatic I really enjoyed the article on Black and bold fe data story. That's so cool. People are inspiring and you know as you know, there are a lot of entrepreneurs in our hotel and traveled community. So this could be a great platform for them. Absolutely. Yeah. So what do our listeners need to do to get featured get your attention. That's a good question. It kind of goes back to what I'm saying about whoever things from different sources in terms of what I'm reading the. Social. Media plays a huge role joining new gift is a lot of bloggers more expertise nuts in particular fields, other be travel or ud or skin care of that nature. Or just sometimes asking people I trust around me, of course, that can be a little bit of I wouldn't say problematic but it's you don't want to get to honed in by the bubble you live in second cloud you might not. Branch out to find sources that are really differ from you that make sense. As a book worms ourselves, I. Mean we love books and you're April. Actually I saw my actually I, read your. Article on Murray Condo's Joey of work, and of course, I had to order it and my God it has been life changing experience and to spoke not only helped me a not only eliminate like a physical clutter,.

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"rachel king." Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

"Love. It can be a project a nonprofit. They WanNA highlight really anything. Here's what Ari wants to promote. He says I recently joined knowable a platform for screen free audio first courses. Li- by experts. I was attracted to this company because I found myself enjoying the format of podcasts but didn't feel like I was receiving the knowledge like from an audiobook. Noble is the perfect medium for me a great way to learn a new skill on the go. While keeping me engaged and interested you can find the episodes Ari recommends and listen to them as a play list on Pod chaser just had to pod chaser dot com and type in lifelong learning to the search bar. Three of the episodes will be there for your enjoyment for the noble exclusive content head to knowable dot F. Y. to listen and learn next. Let's check in on some podcast news like the rest of the world. The podcasts industry is experiencing some changes in response to Corona Virus Skype Pillsbury who writes the inside podcasting. Newsletter has adapted to the Times by asking readers to write in with their corona virus and podcasts related stories before we get into some crowd sourced answers a bit of strange news from wondering a prominent and prolific podcast production company sky rights inside podcasting wonder CEO and Podcast Academy founder are non Lopez was charged with wire fraud and money laundering as part of a larger FETA investigation the case alleges that while Lopez was an executive at Twenty First Century Fox. He quote paid millions of dollars in bribes to secure lucrative media and marketing rights to soccer matches and quote earlier this week. Lopez sent sky the following statement quote. I was shocked to hear about these old allegations and I'm looking forward to challenging them before a jury also. I've been touched by the outpouring of support from friends and acquaintances olden recent close and distant and quote. I'm sure we'll hear more on the story soon next from inside podcasting here are some corona virus. Podcast that you can check out first doctors log a Kobe Nineteen Journal in which Er physician. Dr Ezra Chew will report from the front lines of the corona virus crisis next crooked media's weekly six feet apart will provide a quote window into the hidden world of this pandemic the chaos and fear the resilience and innovation all of which have been necessary parts of survival in this extraordinary moment. End Quote next. Cnn's corona virus fact versus fiction has released a sister show in Spanish corona virus reality versus fiction next the team behind the podcast drilled the climate science podcast released a podcast called heated also. He'll IOS unmasking covert nineteen. Another one is endeavors making the call about medical and bioethics. Yahu finance just released a weekly podcast called a world interrupted. There is a lot of corona virus podcast content for you to explore and now seems like a good time to offer a quick distraction to all the corona virus. Podcasts news this past week I released a podcast with my friends. Moskowitz in New York City based comedian. It's called counter programming in each episode. We explore a different type of counter. Get it counter programming. The first few episodes are focused on countertops marble steel wood and granite. It's very ridiculous. Check it out wherever you get your podcasts. Just search for counter programming with Shira and Ariel. Now back to the podcast news. There have been a ton of podcast episodes released in which hosts checking on their listeners or the world at large reply all has published two episodes in which the hosts get on the phone with people during the pandemic. Pj AND ALEX also invited fans to watch them play games with friends on twitch sky tuned in for the inaugural match and it was surprisingly fun. No word yet on whether the audio will be released as a podcast pineapple streets. The kids are all home. Is a crowd source. Podcast featuring audio from children who are stuck at home all over the world. The team that makes Nancy checked in with each other during a bonus episode the first two episodes of WNYC's new show come through with Rebecca. Carol Fifteen essential conversations about race examines Cova Nineteen through the Lens of race and radio. Tokyo's over the road reveals. How cove in nineteen has impacted truck drivers as always sky is asking for your participation? She wants you to write him with stories about podcasts. And Corona virus reach out to sky if you are a podcast and the virus has offended your work in some way. She wants to know what happened. And how are you doing also reach out if you are a podcast? Who is juggling work and kids at the same time? How are you doing it? And what is keeping you sane replied to sky by email at sky at inside dot com. That's S. K. 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"rachel king." Discussed on Character Count

Character Count

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Character Count

"You ready yet. What is your most used Emoji hearts? I love using any any color heart. Which is the best heart? I think the green one. Because I'm a I love Kermit the frog so it's that's a separate question slash answer but I'm a I'm a big kermit. The frog man he was. He was my childhood lightness blanket. So I- gravitate towards the color. Green is Kermit the frog best song at the of course it's not easy being green. What is your ideal breakfast? Oh breakfast Burrito eggs and tacos together come on. How do you take your coffee? It's a straight of candy bar. It's a lot of sugar a lot of cream and then like a tab at a coffee. It's literally probably like I'm a melting Milky Way. If you've got a huge windfall of money is the first thing you would buy. I would probably buy a bakery for my husband and something that he's always wanted to do. It's something that he's very good at and then you would immediately benefit from the bakery. Oh absolutely I mean then it would be like we'll get to work I need. I need cookies. I need up in our own stuff. Yeah Yeah what's your related if you owned a restaurant. What would the special be anything chocolate desserts? Anything I'm getting big sweet tooth fives from. Yes very much so very much. So what piece of professional advice do you ponder? Often you can have the best strategy in the world but if you can't sell it it won't go anywhere if you a movie. Who would be the star is movie about me? Oh that's that's what what an interesting insight all its own right. You just asked me for general movie and I was like. It's about me right. I only say this because I've I've pondered writing the script because I'm a big movie buff and has to deal with my life and if that's the if that's your question or if that's how I'm taking it I will be very would play you in. I would be very very very generous with myself and probably say like Dev Patel is a movie you've seen more than any other. I will stop everything everything. I will have grand tasks for like a Saturday or Sunday. I will them all if goodfellas on TV no matter where it is in the movie. What is your top twitter tip? Don't force it if it doesn't feel like something you need to push out there in the world and don't do it you know if it's meant then leave it is your top life tip. I think One of life tips or something I think about is somebody has it worse. An not to pound pondering negatively. But it's more so like a remembrance to be grateful for you haven't been over in smell the roses because not everybody has. Maybe what you have. If you don't do it appreciate what you have Jameel Nado. Thank you so much for joining. Us thank you. This has been phenomenal. You can find at business dot twitter. Dot Com slash character camped character countless a production of pod. People for APP twitter business. This episode was hosted by me. Joe Waddington our executive producer. Rachel King this episode was produced by Elisa Lambert. It was also produced and edited by Christopher Maher Music by analysts Nelson Dax Schaefer special. Thanks to Murray so window. And Lindsey Bruce in the entire twitter customer success team. Thank you so much for listening. Please subscribe to show on Apple podcasts. Or fine podcasts are downloaded and break us. Ideally five stars. But I won't be pushy about this episode's topic is now live at twitter business. Go tweet us. Your hot takes in follow us for incredible tips on twitter. Ads Marketing and Best Practices or follow me at your Waddington for tweets about Dolly Parton songs. That out forty years ago aggregrate day..

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"rachel king." Discussed on Character Count

Character Count

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Character Count

"Apple clicks what takeaway did you get from that that other people could use it was about thinking about what point in the in the US. It was maybe they were actually looking to discover the APP potentially row over the point. Where definitely going to install it so? It's catching them at that. Right point that interested enough to click on the APP. Maybe not necessarily download that yet. And that's really heartening because you have so many educational materials and so community driven as well that having someone just click and look at it and then be more aware of tied. Business is certainly a win for all of Y'all because you have that holistic support of content exactly that and it shows that the content. We've been putting out to people to help them has hopefully paid some kind of fresh in for us so who are. Some must follow accounts in Fintech twitter. So I think the C. Suite level from some of the major players E- follows on twitter so off found. George beavis is tweeting about Jemele Fintech in the Kale. He's also very responsive to people asking him questions about Oh cool. The scape of you know the the scope of the landscape at the moment within small business banking Also think as well that if you look at MOM's as founder. Tom Failed He. He's a good. Follow too if you want anything. That's mom's related or generally kind of challenge. Your Bank related He. He's a good follow too and putting any kind of Business Boss Society Does Society that on Boden? Who from stalling her story's really interesting in Washi- founded the business and she doesn't get interviews on kind of UK small business banking and challenger Banking Jamboree? So worth follow filled. Thank you for all of the expertise that you've given us about twitter and twitter ads. B to B Fintech and. You've had some very early answers but now I want shorter wins. I'm GonNa ask you some rapid fire questions and I want you to answer in two hundred and eighty characters or less. What movie have you seen more times than any other movie? Lord of the Rings the two towers. What is your favorite Emoji? the kissing vice. What did you WanNa be when you were a little kid? I Professional Footballer. How do you prefer to meet New People handshake? Fist-bump hug still firm believer in the handshake. If you got a huge windfall of money what is the first thing you'd buy a whole life my parents. What is your ideal breakfast being in London? A full English. What is the proper way to drink tea just with milk and with your pinkie finger hanging out? What is your favorite time of day morning? What is your happy place my kitchen. What is your favorite new APP cozy? It's a shared calendar. So Mago Concha annoyed at me for saying doing things last weight. Is your favorite twitter tip. Think before you tweet. What is your favorite life tip? Don't take life seriously and be grateful for what you have think before you tweet. And don't take life too seriously Phil mckellen e. Thank you so much for joining us. Today you can find us at business dot twitter dot com slash character camped character countless a production of pod. People for at twitter business. This episode was hosted by me. Joe Wallington our executive producer is Rachel King. This episode was produced by Elisa Lambert. It was also produced and edited by Christopher Mawson music by analysts Nelson and DAX Schaefer special. Thanks to Marissa Window. And Lindsey Bruce the entire twitter customer success team. Thank you so much for listening. Please subscribe to the show on Apple PODCASTS or wherever fine. Podcasts are downloaded. This episodes topic is now live at twitter business. Go twee us. Your hot takes and follow us for incredible tips on twitter. Ads Marketing and Best Practices or follow me. Waddington tweets about how sliders are not an acceptable dinner but checks. Mix have a great day..

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"rachel king." Discussed on Character Count

Character Count

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Character Count

"We launched focus groups. First thing you know. First thing you do Margaret get the focus groups going And we conduct focus groups with Gen Z. And millennials and separate Across the across North America. They were casual hockey fans but broader sports fans and it was important to us that we wanted to talk about an learn from them. What were their attitudes and perceptions and barriers to watching more hockey and they you know we learned that they really admire the avid hockey fan base. Like it is tribal especial. There is some. That's what I was trying to talk about earlier is like this family. This really tightening special Fan Group like like no other fan grew out there but they also simultaneously as they admire them. They are also little intimidated by them and do in their own friends that were in that fan base like intimidated because they didn't necessarily understand the rules or the history or the tradition of an so refill. Every single thing. Before you start. It's impossible to know every single thing exactly so we We took this insight and thought about like. How do we create a you know a broader cross cultural connector and we tapped the one and only snoop? Dogg STU help right Yankees Snoop Dogg. Of course. He's a huge hockey fan. Really is the biggest hockey fan. Oh yeah he's amazing homemade series with him called the hockey one on one with snoop dogg Cherry and he. He did an episode on slaying on history. On traditions on rules I even learned something from snoop in the rules. It was incredible as an opportunity for us to really connect through music through culture through two new fan bases and to help them. Get up to speed on the rules and traditions that Before they tune into the Stanley Cup playoffs. So we've been running those content pieces for the last couple of seasons. We use it as our ramp up to the playoffs. Which are the most exciting playoffs in all sports in the old phrase? You only make a first impression once and I think that's very true for marketing and especially for modern marketing as well as we see all of these growth companies that no one's ever heard of but then they do that first thing extremely well and go wild on the Internet So what are some other things that you did to make? Sure the puck drop. The big season opening moment went super well on twitter so our marketing team Our social media team and our CRM team that they're awesome so we collaborate on big ideas. in stunts and one of the stunts that we did for puck drop. We had all the teams talk smack about each other to each other. And then you know again we aligned around a Hashtag strategy. We aligned with our broadcast partners now digital partners so that we were you know In Lockstep about what? We were promoting. We're promoting and how we're promoting it. We also had a fun guest appearance on the first game which was a chance. The Rapper K. He came back reprising his role from Saturday night. Live as Laszlo homes. I don't know if you saw that on Saturday night live. Laszlo homes was the joke was he was an NBA reporter. Who has all of a sudden filling in for the hockey reporter and was suddenly thrust into the NHL covered NHL game? He has never been a hockey race. Ever been in a hockey rink before he was cold. He didn't understand the rules. He was trying to interview players. But the players have like you know foreign names on the back of their jerseys so the joke was him trying to pronounce these names and trying to like you know understand what hockey was and just being out of his element and he ended the entire segment with. Let's do that hockey. And so that became a mean that went viral globally and it was really fun and exciting so we brought chance back as Laszlo homes to. Let's do that hockey at the heart of our kid off. For the season and Laszlo homes is an important connector for us because we're trying to expand our audience is. We are trying to make sure that multicultural audiences actually know that hockey is for them and we have a number of multicultural players who are really talented on Ice. And we're trying to overcome stereotypes. Having Laszlo Homes Make Fun of us is grain But also you know working with snoop and all the work that we do to bring hockey to underserved communities Is also a point of pride for us. We are really trying to expand our base in so many different ways. Love hearing that now. We need to see if Heidi can make her characters really count. I'm going to ask her some rapid fire questions and see if she can answer in two hundred and eighty characters or less. What is your most used Emoji? Peace love and hockey peace. Love Talk if you owned a restaurant. What would the specialty tacos? Steffi alternate characters are the one where I mean if you just tweet Tacos with no context. That's probably GONNA be one of your most tweet. Your what is your most Evergreen? Marketing tip always learn from what you do that? Every campaign You execute they. Don't all have to be winners? Sometimes you get the greatest insights from campaigns that fail but if the important part is to always measure and always learn and then optimize. What's your favorite part of a hockey game? Being there live feeling the game with your favorite arena snack all. I eat a lot of chicken tenders. Is it more or fewer chicken? Tenders the new eight before you started at the NHL a million times more I never ate contenders before issuing the NHL. What's one of the most popular mascots for an NHL team well? It has to be gritty. Greedy broke the Internet gritty debris at the Internet. We actually had brought up on a previous character come episode with Simon Books Simon and Schuster Nice Nice. Gritty is fantastic as a mascot. He really knows how to use social media and real world you know engagement with people and We love all of our mascots equally just like we love our children but gritties really set a new bar for the mascots which one of your favorite hashtags to follow. Let's do that hockey. Describe your team in one word curious and say that's like sort of a evergreen tip for marketers you know in addition to measuring and learning. I think that really maintaining curiosity is such an important part of your role. Like that's how we're always here to learn everything you don't have to know every answer to every question but you have to be curious. And that's one of the things I think that drives me and our organization. What is your top? Twitter tip participate. You got to get in the game You got to lean in and participate. Then what is your top? Life Tip. Just staying positive. I believe. In the power of positive. It motivates myself and everyone around you whether they're your friends. Your Co Workers Strangers participate in stay positive. Heidi Browning chief marketing officer of the NHL. Thank you so much for joining us. Today thank you. This is so much fun you can find us at business dot twitter dot com slash character. Count character count is a production of pod people for at twitter business. This episode was hosted by me at Waddington. Our executive producer Rachel King. This episode was produced by Elisa. Lambert it was also produced and edited by Christopher Masa Music Alias Index. Shaper special thanks to Melissa Window. And Lindsey Bruce and the entire twitter customer success team. Thank you so much for listening. Please subscribe to show on Apple podcasts. Or wherever fine? Podcasts are downloaded and rate us. Ideally five stars. But I'm not going to be about. This episodes question is now live at twitter business. Go tweet us. Your hot takes 'em follow us. 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"rachel king." Discussed on Characters Count

Characters Count

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Characters Count

"Clearly. Greg has some incredible things to say about twitter about dungeons and dragons about elves jobs. But I wanted to see if he could truly make his characters count so as Tim Seraphic fire questions and he had to answer in two hundred eighty characters or less. If you could have a fantastic beasts as pet what would it be. I would love to have a blink dog as a pet dogs kind of fits the whole pet fame. I'm more of a cat person personally but I really loved the idea that blink dogs are these chaotic good creatures. That can teleport link with a blink of their eyes and go thirty feet. Away and Uh You know they can either do that to get to the food that much quicker or to get away from me if they're stinking up. The place ORCS elves elves. CBS definitely elves. Dark magic or white magic white magic. What movie have you seen more times than any other movie? Thirsty Thursday off. What did you WanNa be when you were a little kid? I wanted to be a writer. from a very early age and I kind of am one so it's okay. How do you it's okay? I think you're saying that too. Little Greg Ways your normal day breakfast coffee. Where is your breakfast before you record? Dragon talk a bacon egg and cheese on a wholly English muffin. I get from the cafe downstairs. What is your favorite time of day? My favorite time of day is eleven. Thirty Five PM when I'm in the midst of love playing magic arena and Hopefully having just defeated my opponent sounds like the answer to this. But what is your happy place. My happy place is Candle keep it's a library in the forgotten realms that is the repository for all knowledge and you can only get into candle. Keep if you give a book that they do not yet have. How do you take your coffee cream and lots of sugar? If you owned a restaurant astro what would this be. The special would be Roman noodles. What background music do you listen to work? I usually I usually put on something. That's upbeat recently. I've been listening to a band called too many zoos to do my writing to. Why is your favorite twitter? Tip My favorite twitter tip is one that I I've used personally a lot. which is if you are unsure about posting something potentially controversial to write it and then deleted and then think about it? What is your favorite life? Tip My favorite life tip is to Create work on a deadline. Really think about those controversial tweets and create work on a deadline. Greg Tito thank you so much for joining us to Carrie town it was a pleasure to have you. Thank you so much for having me. I can't wait to have you on Dragon Talk. I on dragon talk absolutely. You're not I would love to be on dragon time. Let's do it. You can find us at business dot twitter dot com slash character count. Character count was a production of pod. People at twitter business. This episode was hosted by me. Joe Wallington our executive producer. Rachel King this episode was produced by Elisa Lambert. It was also produced and edited by Christopher Nelson Music by alias Nelson and DAX Schaefer special. Thanks to Marissa Window and Lindsey Bruce in the entire twitter customer success team. Thank you so so much for listening. Please subscribe to the show on Apple podcasts. Or wherever fine podcast downloaded and rate us. Ideally five stars. But I'm not going to be pushy about it. This episode's topic is now live. Atra business. Go tweet US your heartaches and follow us at twitter business for incredible tips on twitter ads marketing and best asked practices or follow me after Waddington to see if they actually let me on Dragon Tucker not have a great day..

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"rachel king." Discussed on Characters Count

Characters Count

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Characters Count

"So. How can they thrive on twitter? I think that they need to focus on the human connection on twitter. I think there are a lot of brands. Feel like they should come off as this vary put put together professional account and definitely should but there are ways to be human. Be Real Conversational. I would say if you write out a tweet and it's nothing nothing that you'd actually say in real life rewrite it because people are going to read that and scroll actually they won't even read it though to scroll right by because they know it's just brand jargon as opposed chill. Will someone actually speaking to you and connecting with you as a human and. I think that you don't need to be spicy to be human by any means. I have people in my life. That are Less spicy than I am. But they're still still spend time with them so there's a range of human emotion and I think just tap into that even though the spiciness may be the one that we you think of I or we talk about the most it can get a lot of attention but it's not always the thing that we care about the most following account exactly exactly I think if you're providing value and you're showing that you're human and there's a person behind that account then that will drive engagement as well. What is your greatest fear working on a social account? I have a few of them. uh-huh many years been around for a long enough to see a lot of these come true but I would say that my biggest I fear is there's always the the human portion of working in social that you can account for you can read over tweak copy as much as you want don but something you know. There's always the human element but I would say that my biggest fear is that A community manager or something. I'm working with is going to tweet. Something from the wrong account thinking that they're tweeting it from their personal account but actually tweeting it from the corporate account. It's obviously the most spicy thing they would every personal account and now it's on a twitter owned and operated hates always the worst. Yeah Luckily we've never been in that position because because I think I tend to do the Scary Mommy in the beginning tariff Kamal. Mommy's your managing style. Oh yes not not totally. I think like in the beginning when they're meeting me and like getting the lie of land for twitter accounts definitely instill a little bit of fear so that they won't mess stop because that is one that you can't come back from and now to finish off the episode with some rapid fire questions and tips. I'm going to ask her some rapid fire questions and see if she can answer answer in two hundred and eighty characters or less. What is your favorite emoji professionally professionally the spice merge in what about personally the Champagne Panama? If you could only have one EMOJI TAB which tab of the keyboard would you live on probably the food one. Because I'm Italian and I can't can't live without that girl from New York exactly actually from Baltimore. But I've lived long enough that I've beat the. What is it the seven your role so now what is the tried EST and truest way to get engagement? Anyway that you can mention that super famous Amos K pop band. Bt Us if you notice that you lost a lot of followers what is the most likely reason probably tweeting too much about workouts. aalto boxing which I love your such jock. Oh my God really but like I'm a petit jock so it works out or are annoying photos of food my mother's created because she's the best chef in the entire world. Where is your favorite thing? Your mother cooks. She is fantastic. So it's super hard to pick favorites. But I would say her girl chicken. Caesar Salad is next level. Shell Grill the Roman. It is the most amazing thing you'll ever put in your mouth. It's so simple. But it's like absolute perfection. I need an Emoji of grilled chicken. Caesar Salad you really do. You also come over to this alad. You're the first person On the podcast to invite me over for dinner. Oh my God I feel so honored to be retired. Come over why. We'll sit around my family for hours you'll never ever leave. They'll adopt you. Wins the best time to tweet so definitely depends on where you're located. If your in the United States states I would focus on early morning when people are waking up in communing in or the after the leader evening when people are commuting home or on our couch scrolling through their phone and watching television Bianca Pasta early. Thank you so much for joining us. It was a pleasure. I'm so sad it's over. I want to do this every single day. Over chicken consider salad. I'm our listeners. Will love listening to a sentient tweet. Telling them all types of tips. Definitely you can find us at business dot twitter dot com slash character count character countless the production of pod. People for at twitter business. This episode was hosted by me. Joe WADDINGTON BLANTON OUR Executive Producer. Rachel King this episode was produced by Elisa. Lambert was also produced and edited by Christopher Mawson music by analyst Nelson Nelson and DAX Schaefer special. Thanks to Mersa Window. And Lindsey Bruce in the entire twitter customer success team. Thank you so much for listening. Please subscribe to the show on Apple podcasts. Or wherever find podcast downloaded and rate us. Ideally five stars. But I won't be pushy about this episodes topic is now live at twitter business business. Go tweet US your takes in. Follow us for incredible tips on twitter. Ads Marketing and Best Practices or follow me at Joe Waddington for tweets about Dolly Parton songs. That came out forty years ago. 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"rachel king." Discussed on Characters Count

Characters Count

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Characters Count

"PASSIONATE SING Sonke. Who is a must? I follow on twitter. Laura Bonani what is lower banana to lower than anti is just one. She is one of the funniest actresses on Broadway. She's in my fair lady right now and she's just amazing but she is able to balance being really funny while also being an activist while also like being a mom and showing just the real aspects of her life she she does a great job is your meam of the moment I would say it is is the. Where is the body if anybody is a Rupaul drag race on this podcast about the whereas the body video from a Curia Davenport's imports? I think I love that mean so much because you can use it for obviously like body related things but I saw somebody use it about coding recently and I thought that was the funniest thing I've ever seen my entire life. Describe the video It's literally just her dancing as part of one of the sort of like towards the end of the season unheard dancing and performing to song. That's in a music video. And she literally surrounded by dancers and she just turns around and slaps sort of China's says. Where is the body? I saw people doing it for when you turn in an essay with only the intro paragraph in conclusion to your English teachers says whereas the bodies you can do it with such is for this hour of the movie stand by me. Where is the body you can do it with such innocent guy everyday things I I love it so much? What's the most popular musical around spot? Co's office Bright Star. Where is the weirdest most specific hill? That you will die on from Broadway standpoint. It's that the revival of on a clear day. You can see you forever with Tony Award winner. Jessie Mueller and Harry Connick. Junior was actually very very very good. What's a piece of of marketing jargon that you'll never use snack content? Oh my gosh. What an awful awful word snack contests created? It said that out loud and then we all agreed that it was said to other human beings. Can you believe that. Where is the perfect video for Broadway account to tweet music videos? Anything that's short fun and shows what Peop- what delivers on the promise of the show are playbill photos tacky. No I love playbill. Photos you go to a Broadway show you get a free playbill. You Better Post that playbill. You gotTA show people what you're doing. It needs or in the on a Wednesday matinee They're beautiful they're fun you you know. I'm in a full grown adult that I still keep every single playbill that I get. How many do you have? I do not want to say that in front of an audience. It's definitely hundreds way is your top twitter. Tip Brevity is the soul of wet and use a GIF. Everyone loves gifts with top life tip be kind to people. It's easy it can come off as a little cheesy but I feel like it's a lot harder to the cruel and mean to people than it is to be kind so be nice to one another. What is a life lesson? The show taught you I think to cherish your our friendships and the people that are that bring value to your life so many musicals have shown that waited kinky booths in number of musicals are just about people who show up for you and really really treasuring those people. Kyle thank you so much for joining. Yeah well thank you so much Joe. At any time they can talk about Broadway and talk about the great work. We're doing it's back. Oh I will I will do. Character count as a production of pod. Hod People for at twitter business. This episode was hosted by me at Joe Waddington. Our executive producer is Rachel King. This episode was produced by Elisa Lambert Bert and Christopher Mawson. It's edited by Joanna. Clay and Christopher Mawson music by analysts Nelson Docs Schaefer thinks Theresa Window and Lindsey Z.. Bruce and the entire twitter customer success. Team thank you for listening. Please subscribe to the show on Apple podcasts. Or wherever find podcast download and rate us. Ideally five stars. But I won't be pushy about. This episodes topic is now live at twitter business. Go tweet US your hot takes and follow us. Incredible incredible tips on Twitter Ads Marketing and Best Practices or follow me at Joe Waddington for tweets about men who don't text back have a great day..

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"rachel king." Discussed on Characters Count

Characters Count

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Characters Count

"So the difference between you professionally new personally is just personally your cat. Yeah I I don't know how do you prefer to meet a person Ersan handshake fist-bump Pug Whatever whatever makes the most comfortable but for me I like good A good fist-bump if you've got a huge windfall of money is the first thing you would buy. I'd buy a house for my mom. What is your ideal breakfast? Power SMOOTHIE and Bacon together No not blend. That's a little too much power but hoping take too powerful too much on the side. Baker is a tweet that you think about all the time I always think about the Burger King tweet. When Kanye said that he goes to McDonald's all the time and the tweets that explains Salat done? What background music do you listen to? So you work a lot of Cardi B.. How early in the morning can you start listening to Carly Cardi B.? From the moment I wake up there take time for me to be on before the power smoothie is even blended Cardi is already playing. How do you think I get the power to in the secret? Ingredient bodak yellow has to be playing for. The absolutely is is the best time of day for Bombay's to tweet late afternoon. What is your biggest twitter tip? Look at the new trending hashtags so the ones that aren't necessarily at the very top. The ones that are you know there that says like the upcoming coming like the new ones that just entered in the top Top Ten and look there. I see what people are saying. When it's still so only at a few thousand tweets because a lot of times? That's where you can figure out if you're copywriter or so in Qin put together messaging really quick And that is that resonates fun and it can really take off. What is your favorite life? Tip My favorite life tip is to treat every person that you interact with as if they one day could be your best friend that way no matter what you have empathy. If they're not being there bestself you have the laughter ready to go in case they are And you have the joy so that way year at least having a great interaction just Gloria thank you so much for joining us. Today was incredible talk and I know everyone learned the key for having me a great time you can find us at business dot twitter dot com slash character count character countless the production of pod. People for twitter business. This episode was hosted by me. Joe Waddington our executive producer. Rachel King this episode was produced by Elisa. Lambert Lambert was also produced and edited by Christopher mollison music by alias Nelson and DAX Schaefer special. Thanks Theresa Window and Lindsey Bruce in the entire twitter customer success team. Thank you for listening. Please subscribe to the show on Apple podcasts. Or wherever find podcast download and rate us. Ideally five stars. But uh-huh won't be pushy about this episodes topic is now live at twitter business. Go tweet us. Your hot takes and follow us. Incredible tips on twitter ads. Marketing and Best Practices or follow me at Waddington for tweets about men who don't text back have a great day..

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"rachel king." Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"rachel king." Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO news. Now back to help talk more with Dr Rachel king talking about footwear and injuries at skaters skiers. Here's Dr k and Shannon. Okay. Well, Dr king you have a lot of experience. And you gotta talk to you. You mentioned how important it is that the boot or the skate fits, you know, people that are looking for those they need to go in and try those on and then maybe be in for a little while sometimes walk around the store that fits because. That's really important. Yeah. No, absolutely. Absolutely. I think, you know, especially with us skating and skiing. It's a very individualized us sport. And there are many reputable food companies, and so it's very important that they try it on sometimes even skaters they have different what we call bony prominence is or almost extra thumps on their feet. It's important that they get into a booth that's properly fitted sometimes even requiring custom type boot. Personally in my past experience. I was actually in accustomed type food because my feet were different sizes and with boots and skates. You know, they can heat those boots and skates up. And that's what you should do heated up, and then put it on titan them down, and that will kind of form to your foot style. Yes. Absolutely. I'm a huge fan of the heat moldable boots. They are easier and quicker to break into as well, we have foods that were very stiff and difficult to really break into so heat multiple is very important also huge proponent of actually orthotics. So you can fit into the skates or ski boots. And so I actually did some research back in medical school with some custom inserts and for for specific first skaters and agile hockey players. And so, yeah, that's something that we can always look into when a skater may maybe the boots not quite fitting. But we could look into maybe the insert working also in the boot and a for better proper fit. I've I'm a skier I like to ski and there's been seasons where I've gotten to- bang, right? And also might to- beds are black and blue and swollen up. So is is there anything I should have done like immediately. So yeah. A lot of times we will see that with the like black and blue we call that the medical term for that is humor. Hematoma fancy where you don't have to know that it's essentially what it is is the bleed underneath that the nail what I guess listeners should know is that the nail can eventually fall off. And then you'll have a new nail that grows beneath. But he can't take nine months to a year with the nail to fully girls often. Sometimes if it if it is loose and painful than sometimes we can remove the Neal and cut for quicker recovery early on if you do that like the I two five ski trip in the first day out you fill your toes hitting your boots. Can you do anything about that right away right away? Usually actually let it be unless there's a lot of bleeding underneath the nail. Usually you can let it be in the near will eventually fall off. Sometimes you have to bandage it and padded a little bit more. All right. There you go. I mean, everything you need to know about skates and skis and footwear. And if your feet or happy, you're happy. That's correct. Yeah. And we're happily accepting new patients that are foot and ankle center in Kirkland initial claws. So it'd be happy to take any new consultations as well. Great. Thank you for your time. That's Dr Rachel king talking about footwear injuries in skaters, and skiers I know hockey's been big in your household to skiing skating. Those kind of things that you're wearing that are really not. Natural to your feet absolutely having to appliances, if you wanna compliances that you need for those activities and so important that you get proper fitting. I know when we used to buy skates, which aren't aren't they're not inexpensive. If you want to know, I mean, it's really easy go to go to skate shop that's going.

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Are your kids at a house party? No, not the scary kind

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:20 min | 2 years ago

Are your kids at a house party? No, not the scary kind

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Mozilla makers of the brand new fire FOX monitor a free service to help you stay safe from Akers. You'll get a full report if you have compromised accounts and notifications if you appear in new data breaches, take care at monitor fire, FOX dot com and by wizard pins dot com. Create custom pins for any occasion, wizard pins can work with all types of designs from hand-drawn sketches to professional design files to create custom pins of any size or shape. It's perfect for small brands to large businesses and everyone in between had wizard pins dot com and enter code tech to get twenty percent off your first order. Are your kids at a house party? No, no, not the scary kind the video app from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. The number of teenagers using Facebook that's been on the decline for years. They've migrated to Snapchat Instagram and about twenty million of them are over on house party a live video app where people drop in on each other and chat or leave video messages, and they can hang out with up to eight people at a time. I know the name house party sounds like kids doing I don't even want to know what on video, but actually co founder and chief operating officers Seamus Donnie, told me she wants house party to be for real personal, connections, and empathy literally no filters, you friend, a group of people ahead of time. And when you open the app, it actually notifies them that you're there, and you're ready to have a conversation. And so it sort of takes the emotional hurdles out of actually video chatting with somebody. Why video there obviously, inherent risks and interacting live on video. Not to mention, you know, just. Bandwith and appearance issues. You know, talk to us about the value of video as a communication tool. That's at the heart of the empathy and how we do that you say appearance like I want people to be proud of. You know, I woke up this way. Right. And if the tool is just about you, and the people you care about you shouldn't need filters. Right. You shouldn't be trying to project yourself as content. You should just be there to have like affirmation from a qualitative perspective, not validation by numbers. And I really hope that like we have a generation grows up knowing the right reaction to sadness, not just the right emoji. So talk to me about how that's reflected in the product design. Like, I assume that you're getting rid of things like likes and little hearts that pop up the screen and things that feel sort of addictive and engaging as opposed to. Antic? Well, we're not getting rid of it. We just never even built it. There's no feed it's been built by designed to promote the human connection and just showing up. We just want it to be as easy as showing up and being able to connect with people you care about. And I I see that with my kids. You are daily habit is during dinnertime, so my family's in Alabama. My husband's family's in Virginia. My best friends are in Chicago. And we'll just open it up. And it's whoever's there, but it's a predetermined group of people that I've decided that I fronted and my son now has like a very meaningful. My daughter have a very meaningful online relationship with these people. And that's not something you can do a synchronised Li it's not something that you can do in a news feed. And I'm not saying that those things shouldn't exist. There's world for them. I just think that we can all do a better job of time. Well, spent that see MRs Donnie co founder and chief operating officer at house party as. As for how you make money off empathetic and real interactions. Sustained said, the company will have monetization news in January. We spoke at fortune's most powerful women next-gen conference last week in southern California tomorrow and Wednesday. We'll talk with more powerful women from Amazon and millennial media powerhouse. Now. This. And now for some related links. Happy Monday, everyone, you might have noticed the press blitz. Bercy ES is starting that is of course, the big tech extravaganza in Las Vegas in early January. And if you're in the media, especially whether you've registered or not you're getting emails, and it's kind of my favorite time of year because you find out fast who in the tech world is going to see us and who would like to get off this PR roller coaster will remiss at slate has changed. His Twitter handle too will remiss is not going to see. Yes. Rachel king. From fortune tweeted an all caps flee for peace. She's not going either a quick search of not going to see us on Twitter. Turns up some hilarious results. One enterprising PR person. Even created a spreadsheet of tech turn lists who aren't going in hopes that they will be removed from the press emails as for me. I'm going Email your little hearts out. I already set up my outlook filter. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Here's an investment opportunity with a guaranteed return when you donate to support. Marketplace today, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at the Condado fund listeners like you who give to marketplace do more than help keep the show on the air. You help us grow and get better. It's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism you trust. And the payoff comes with what you hear every day. Don't miss out on this chance to make your donation. Go twice as far give today a marketplace dot org, and thanks this. 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"rachel king." Discussed on Medium Playback

Medium Playback

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"rachel king." Discussed on Medium Playback

"Just. Yes or go back to your mother's basement, which is my favorite. You're greet with the Twitter. I, I wish I could just take my Twitter troll ethos and bring it to real life when people are assholes in real life. It rarely works that way. But if I have a screen in front of me, watch out. One of the things we write about in the story is how you keep trying to face the extent of your happiness and how that unhappiness is often connected to your body and recognizing that even if you do lose weight, the unhappiness may still be there. So what are you doing now to try to chip away at that unhappiness? I'm definitely back in therapy and working through my emotional landscape for lack of a better word and just trying to. I mean, I, I'm natural depressive. I always have been. I actually went off Prozac so I could finish hunger because it's harder to write when I'm Medicated and. So I'm just trying to find ways of being able to function and just dealing with my emotions and my history and my present and myself, and it's difficult, expensive work. But it's also useful work and I'm glad that I am in a financial position to get there, and I wish everyone was because really invaluable. When you wrote that when you looked in the mirror after the surgery, you didn't feel like you saw any real changes in your body, even though you knew that you were losing weight. How is your self image now evolving? I don't see any changes. It's incredibly frustrating, and I just have made peace with that. Like it is what it is, and I just try to like get through each day and figure out like, okay, what do I need to do to get through today? Everyone says a first years, just terrible and they're not wrong. It's fucking terrible. And so I'm just like focusing on, it's not always going to be the shitty and you do also talk about these moments of rebellion. You have where you sort of try to rebel against your new body and eat the way. It you were eating before and then you're reminded that that's not possible there. Do you still find yourself going through those moments of rebellion? Oh, absolutely. But I mean not as much anymore because like I mean, I if only tried it a couple times to be honest, because it just it's so uncomfortable physically that it's just not even worth it. It's just like the shit again. Fuck it. Like you literally. It's just, I mean, I guess that's why the surgery works, especially early on just there is such a hard wall that you hit after like half a Cup of food, and it's so the Wallis of very hard wall. There's no breaking through there's no like four thing food down. Like if you do, you'll throw up. And so you know, that's weird to like have that limitation where before in there was no limit. I, you know, there was no limit and it's just weird. I know writers don't get to decide how people respond to their work and how people react to their work. But if you could, is there something that you would hope more than anything that readers will take away from the story? I think I just want people to take away that we all make decisions about our bodies and those decisions should be respected. And that's really the only thing I want people to take away that you know, you don't know what someone else's lived experiences and so trust them about their lived experience and trust them to make the decisions for themselves. Even if you disagree with those decisions. Thank you so much for talking to us about your story. What fullness is and for sharing so much of your personal stories. Well, thank you so much care Brown thing. Thing. And thank you so much for listening to medium playback lookout for future episodes will continue to share inspiring stories right by some of our favorite writers. You can find the new episodes in the audio section of the medium. If you're an less half the headphone icon at the top of the app on Android click audio from the menu bar. I'm your host care Brown, and this episode of medium playback was produced by Rachel king and the arose for pod people. And by sandy Boston, Alex v Manus for medium. If there's an author store you'd like to be loved to hear from you, send us a note on Twitter at medium whereby Email play back at Liam dot com. Until next.

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