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Fresh update on "rebecca" discussed on First Light
"Cuomo News and downtown Seattle. Come on, Whose time is now? 4 36. Federal agents have made their first arrest in a massive fraud operation targeting the state's unemployment system. They believe the man is part of a ring of thieves. Almost Joe Marino has the latest using the stolen identities that more than 100 people in Washington state. Investigators say academic roof I filed fraudulent claims with the employment Security Department but the goal of stealing more than $350,000, but we are confident that He is part of a ring of individuals that was trying this investigators say, Griff, I submitted false applications on the state unemployment website using variations of a single email address. They say, Griff. I concealed his crimes by making it look like each claim was sent from a different email account. That's cool. Most Joel Marino reporting the city of Seattle says there are no plans to remove a sprawling homeless and Cameron and a growing line of RVs at Green Lake Park. Some neighbors say the end camel has been there for months. They're calling on the city to clean it up. Jim lives near Green Lake. I don't want there to be human feces and needles in the park where my Children play empathy without strategy gets you what we have, which is Nobody here is happy to people who are living in the Parker not happy to people who are living near the Parker not happen. Some campers say it's easy to keep their RVs near the park because the city is not issuing citations to enforce it. 72 hour parking limit. Said he doesn't know when it will start issuing tickets. Hundreds of millions of dollars in housing assistance are on the way to Seattle or rather to Washington State from the most recent federal stimulus package. Almost Ryan Harris has details U S Senator Patty Murray joined the housing and Urban Development secretary and others in announcing $5 billion in emergency housing vouchers to help get people into homes or to keep them there. The Washington Democrats says more than 2400 vouchers are coming to a local housing authorities, part of $400 million And rental and homeowner assistance on the way here, nearly $28 million in housing assistance payments going to public housing authorities throughout our state to get people safe, secure housing. It means more than 2400 households will not have to worry if they're gonna have a roof over their head. Marie says the housing authorities have told her the assistance from the three stimulus packages have made a real difference in keeping people housed. But she says even more needs to be done to build back better than before the pandemic. Ryan Harris come Oh news common Whose time is 4 38. Investigators are trying to identify human remains that were found in the show Hairless River Monday morning. Centralia. Police say the remains were partially submerged in the mud and water near Melon Street. Detectives don't know how the person died. The remains have been sent to the medical examiner's office for identification. The Department of Health says, and equally outbreak linked to yogurt sold at PCC. Community markets has so far made nearly a dozen people. Sick camo stick popping reports on why health officials think more cases may soon be discovered. Cases of E. Coli were first discovered in King County a few weeks ago. They initially reported a possible link to fresh produce after getting reports on E. Coli and three more counties. The state took over the investigation and now believes the culprit potentially is a specific type of yogurt that sold at PCC community markets. Anyone who has PCC grand yogurt Should throw it away. The Department of Health is claiming that it's most likely yogurt from pure air Dairy, which sells a variety of dairy products on its Web site. It's posted this recall notice, saying, in part that quote out of abundance of caution. We have halted sales and production of our yogurt products as we investigate a possible link to E. Coli contamination. That's cool. Most Nick Poppin reporting. Secretary of State Kim Wyman says there was a big turnout in last fall's election. 84.1% of our registered voters cast a ballot in the 2020 general election, which was Just shy of the record set in 2008 woman adds that more than 70% of eligible adults participated, and for the first time or the 90% were registered. Mariners fans were fully vaccinated Watch the team played T Mobile Park without a mask last night, Rebecca Hale with the Mariners says people will have to produce proof that they got their shots in order to go mask list.
Elon Musk Makes His 'SNL' Debut
"Over the weekend elon. Musk the ceo of tesla and spacex at snl host to his resume to any one of offended. I just want to say i. Reinvented electric cars. And i'm sending people to mars rocketship. Did you think. I was also going to be a normal dude. So what happens. When an iconoclastic tech entrepreneur and one of the world's richest people hosts a sketch comedy. Show let's turn to our tesla reporter. Rebecca elliott find out. Hey rebecca good to talk to you again manda. Thanks for having me. So i just wanna come right out and acknowledge here you and i are talking on a show called tech news briefing. It is not normal. That an appearance on saturday night live would give us something to talk about. Yeah it's definitely unusual. Snl typically taps entertainers to host the show. There are a handful of business people who have done so in the past including the late george steinbrenner who on the new york yankees for president. Donald trump hosted twice Including in two thousand fifteen when he was vying to be the republican nominee for the white house. We don't know at this point. Exactly how the hosting gig came together but elon. Musk has a super wide audience. This was the first time that snl expanded viewership and had live streaming internationally. And so you know. He certainly brought a lot of attention to the show.
The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan
"And robin. Welcome so excited to be here. Yeah excited to have you guys here. We have a treat for all of you in the series but to begin with. I really wanna start off the series. By having rebecca and robin tell us a little bit about what inspires in healthcare. So take it away. Let's all you know. Thank you so much for having us to doing this series on sale. And i think we're my north star. Always leads me is that i'm just so inspired and empowered by the nurses and their movements really transform the future of healthcare and that i stepped forward and meet another nurse out there tackling a major healthcare problem at just to empowers and inspires more movement. Forward to see what more we can do to try to elevate and change the profession of healthcare lead through nursing leadership and innovation and and really excited to be here with. You really excited also to be on with robin. Because of bit incredible work that she has been doing on the school nurse side as kubat bear down on this country and we tried to reopen schools. So robin let me take a deep breath. I because there's a lot to unpack first of all such an admire rebecca's work and what i love most. About what rebecca does. She brings people together. She elevates nurses connects us. She celebrates nursing in all of its aspects and one of the most misunderstood aspects of nursing has been school nursing goal nursing has been misunderstood within our field so one of my biggest goals and i have to say. I'm i'm older. Now i'm looking towards. I'm not retiring yet. But i'm looking more at kind of the trajectory of my career. And i i'm thinking legacy right and what i was. What i want for my legacy. Is that if i was able to open the doors to people's minds and hearts about what school nurse israeli. Do then my job as well done
Northern Ireland Adds to Pressures on the UK Union
"Uk's northern ireland secretary brandon lewis is in dublin today to hold talks with ireland's foreign minister. Simon coveney. it comes at a time. When relations between the two neighbors are being tested daily as a recent burst of violence in loyalist areas of belfast and a continued objection to the northern ireland protocol. The part of the brexit deal aimed at avoiding a heart border between the north and the republic for which imposes some trade barriers between the former and great britain. Well to examine what the two men have to talk about. And what progress can make. I'm joined by belfast. Based journalist rebecca black good morning rebecca. Good to have you with us. Good morning thanks. So just this is now. It's a month now since i'm in. Coney went to london to try to begin to sort out the problems. Just give us a little bit of context. What circumstances mr lewis. Mr coveney meeting and well i suppose to a meeting amid a lot of uncertainty of minutes and the husband calls for for for more formal talks to be To be brought but so far the thousand quite listen to that so we take the middle road of them having sort of individual talks with different parties instead so many other meet today. There's lot of uncertainty following the resignation of already foster. There's two people are should come forward in terms of trying to succeed her I suppose with any party dealership called pass things. Become a little more predictable. People will say things appealed to party members on particularly the party. Membership up minute. Which is reflecting susan. Mid within unions and those with a lot of discomfort over the brexit brexit arranged into the
US Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick Died From Strokes the Day After Riot
"Cause of death has been determined for the Capitol police officer who died one day after the January riots. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan, the chief medical examiner for Washington, D C. Said U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick suffered strokes and then died of natural causes. The day after engaging with writers outside the capital on January 6th. Signal was sprayed with the chemical substance that approximately 2:20 p.m. during the attack and collapsed just under eight hours later, when he was transported to a local hospital. He died about 24. Hours after that
Interview With Rebekah Coleman, Newly Elected Judge
"Rebecca coleman the newly elected judge in the state of michigan stony to a district harper woods. First female managed to hold the position and the first african american just be elected at harper woods. Sixty nine year. History coleman defeated incumbent. Daniel palmer on third twenty during the june election. She won the judgeship. By four hundred and forty eight volts or fifty three percent majority vote the newly elected management with focus on community based programs including literacy programs alternative sentencing legal aid and civic and landlord tenant division as well as drug and survive treatment programs for residents. This is not cohen. First attempt at elected office. It was a second bid for judicial office. After running unsuccessfully for wayne county circuit court for years. oh yes although not endorse by the hometown. Newspaper the detroit. News coleman chance to eliminate dish. Oh rubber-stamping i'm john leo. Hanson junior and. Welcome to another edition of in black america up on this week's program. Judge rebecca coma the newly elected magistrate michigan thirty to a district in black america. It was a real grassroots campaign. And this was my second time running for rancher the county about four years prior And didn't really have a clear path. Kinda was just like okay. I'm gonna do this. It's my time. It wasn't my time. But i learned from there that time. You know you have to come up with a plan. You have to know what you're going to do daily and it's it's a real grind grindley like i said i was outside every single day knocking on doors when my brother had a plan on. My loss are going to go down. When miller's we're going now When i wanted to have different events. I did not plan for covert but You know we adapted and and stuck to. It and i said this time i was. I said to myself and my dad and a few others. I said i'm not running again. It's not happening. I this is the time. And i and i wanna put for every single thing. I have so that. I can't look back and say oh i could've you at this to
Advice for White Parents Raising Black Kids
"Rebecca carol. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you for having me okay. So i had to get in touch with you after reading your incredible incredible op-ed in in our paper in the washington post headline is as a black woman raised by white parents. I have some advice for potential adopters. Let's start from the fifty thousand foot level. Why write this piece so as soon as people started talking about. How bill racial reckoning. I thought well are. We reckoning or are we reckoning right and transracial adoptees particularly black transracial adoptees have an integral perspective on race and reckoning. We have lived especially adult. Black adoptees have lived in this foundational dynamic which we are trying to trying to be connected and trying to also be who we are while also mitigating often. Times are white families racism and so that perspective. I think is really important in this moment as we try to build on reckoning with race and changing the way that we talk about race and racism.
About 2000 Texas A&M Students Join COVID-19 Study
"Study to see how the cove in 19 vaccine impacts transmission of the virus. Researchers will compare to groups half that will get the cove in 19 vaccine right away. Well, the rest will delay for a few months. All the reporters Sarah will Ernst talks to principal investigator Rebecca Fisher about what this study could mean for young people across the country. So tell me, what does the study? What does it want to learn? And what kind of questions? Is it trying to answer right. So this study is actually speaking to answer some of the most burning questions, probably in the world right now. So how well and does it Prevent infection on Ben Secondly, say an individual does become infected who has been vaccinated? What does their viral content look like? So how infectious somebody, maybe So does the vaccine limit the number of viruses that a person is carrying? Yeah, so explain that to me. Why are these the burning questions of the moment? It's because we have been waiting for this vaccine with such anticipated And over the past year, But what we know as scientists is that vaccines they're not 100% effective, so let's be clear. Vaccinated. Individuals can pick up the virus and they can pass it on to others. The vaccine doesn't stop those things. The vaccine prepares our body to fight off infection, prevent illness, hospitalization and death. These studies are going to help us understand how transmission is curbed and how many members of a community do we need to vaccinate to hit herd immunity? Um, It'll also help us understand how we can potentially interact safely together as vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals. So the study it seems to me that it's chipping away at this question. When can
Northern Ireland Sees Three Nights of Violence as Tensions Mount
"Easter weekend so renewed violence in northern ireland with petrol bombs thrown and cars hijacked and set alight. The police called for calm after unionists engaged in a so called night of disorder in a suburb. In the city of belfast. The police federation for northern ireland said destroying urine communities was not the way to protest or event or for more on this when are joined by rebecca black. Who's a journalist with press. Association based in belfast. Good morning rebecca. Good to have you with us. Good morning thanks for having me so just recap what happened at the weekend. I mean we're now getting reports that more than forty police officers were injured. And yes i suppose it. Sorta stretch back to last week and there was a stevenson started breaking in londonderry last week they continued on for think. Seven or eight consecutive nights. Ny and then there was also some disturbances on nights. Skirts of belfast. As you'd neutered in the headline and i mean brexit as a part of this however at some more should have complex picture on the grind. Anger has been building within the union. Loyalist communities over the last year over brexit and this week in northern protocol was negotiated to keep northern ireland within the rules to avoid a hard border island the violent and so the system of tech support system i regarded as a border in the irish sea. And there's also anger in the loyalist community which sits back further over what they regard as to tear. Police said this was exasperated. Further last week and the public prosecution public prosecution service took the decision not to pursue not to pursue prosecutions and twenty four members of cimpian for attending the funeral of a senior republican last jin municipal during a period of ed lockdown. When in new was meant to be gathering but estimated two thousand people including leadership of champagne gathered mice. West belfast so the decision to prosecute exasperated that sort of regard to police
Seattle state senator faces backlash for joining a Zoom hearing while driving
"Story, A state senator facing backlash after attending a committee hearing. While driving more from Como's Jeff Pooja left Seattle Democrat Rebecca Cell, Danya is vice chair of the Senate Transportation Committee Man this morning there was a hearing on a new funding proposal called Forward Washington. Like the rest of her colleagues. So Dona appeared by zoom and with a fake background, But it was pretty obvious she was driving and at one point she even admitted it. You know, I'm driving my old vehicle right now. And a lot of Washingtonians. You know, I have to drive farther. Third rural communities were told to expect the statement from the senator, but so far we've heard nothing from her about the
Capitol police officer killed in attack will lie at Rotunda
"Police officer killed last week when a man ran through his security barricade will be honored at the Capitol Officer William Evans is the North Adams native CBS is Rebecca Catholic Widmore congressional leaders announced that Officer William Billy Evans will lie in honor at the U. S. Capitol Rotunda. Evans, an 18 year veteran of the force was killed last Friday when he was hit by a man attempting to drive through the barricade at the north entrance to the capital. He succumbed to his injuries Later that day. Evans will be the sixth person and forth U. S Capitol police officer who died in the line of duty to lie in honor of the U. S. Capitol. Earlier this year. The same tribute was given to officer Brian Sick. Nick, who was injured and later died during the January 6th attack on the capital. Small ceremony will be held on April 13th and open to invited guests only due to the ongoing covert 19 pandemic.
5 women arrested in southern France in suspected attack plot
"Family of five women have been arrested in southern France is part of an anti terrorist investigation as Rebecca Rossman reports, police say one of the family members is suspected of plotting an attack on the southern city of Montpellier during an Easter holiday. The case centers around an 18 year old woman living in a housing project in the southern city of busy a previously unknown to French terrorism investigators. They say the woman boasted to neighbors about watching Islamic state videos online and that she planned to attack a religious site in multimedia during the Easter holiday weekend. Police say they found a sword and dangerous chemicals during a raid of the woman's home. She was arrested along with her mother and three sisters, one of whom is a minor. The national anti terrorist prosecutor's office has
Residents begin to clean up after tornado hits Newnan, SW of Atlanta
"This'll has been a day for cleaning up in places like Newnan, Georgia, south west of Atlanta, one of many deep South towns hit by Tornado touchdowns. At least one person has died there in the fire chief says 95% of the rescue operations are done. With everyone accounted for more from Wgcl TVs. Rebecca Schramm City and county workers and private citizens worked through the night and into the daylight as neighbors couldn't believe what they'd survived to describe it, You know? It sounds like a train. It sounds like a train is right at you, Becky Trace and her family found shelter in their basement seemed like forever. But it was probably just a few seconds. Crazy enough. Her neighbor almost slept through the whole thing. No, I'm like the only person in the town that didn't hear the silence him
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"On climate. That we were in right now has been just kind of like. I said earlier. A debbie downer. Because i don't wanna. I don't wanna bring the focus on that but there's so much opportunity within that to go all right. Tell me about that person and let me see how they are. Because there's love in there. And i want to see it and you'll it can be captivated by that and i'll tell you you guys. You're an amazing dynamic. Duo who is really you can stand. I just love and you just well onscreen together just like you do right here behind the scenes and this is something that is really often people don't realize how something can be forced and you guys don't force it at all and it's you you can see why also is that a slow let it. Well i absolutely love it. Let's ask you guys before. I have the audience start connecting with you aside from what they're connecting with you here. What is the biggest challenge working together as a family. And maybe don't wanna share. We want to so this challenge will on getting you swim out. Stephen had to teach me not to separate personal and business. Occa- no in your business should not miss messed together when you're dealing with business business and then at the end of the day that we can talk about it. We have a problem. We talk about it together but that was the basting that had seen over was not wanting personal business not to take your soul to heart has to get on eastern time with his for businesses for me to get better. Yeah you know. That's saying that is something that we should be able to also utilize even in some parts of our personal world because oftentimes are being. We look at things as criticism instead of constructive ways to make something better and if we can just kind of go okay this is. This is being used to help me feel my full potential enemy embrace it and oftentimes ago man. That's my pride and i need to go. I don't know what to ask but it's like. Oh gosh why you but then you go okay and when you raise it boy does dislike of something you didn't even know. Was there because now you have a combination of past experience as future experienced your onsite like when you're acting or given circumstances and then you can make that magic is happened in it's all just like bam it just rocks that way. I'm really glad that you shared that. Because that is something that i think the audience can take to heart to and go. You know what. I don't always have to be offended because someone is making a informative choice to tell me a way to do something that might help boost me up. May know and so exciting announced next to how boost up nasa hokey. Because for me. I mean just to elaborate briefly on what she said. I concur with that because that was the hardest thing in in. Thank guy for my sister. Her mom who taught me she was. She had to coach me because she used to be for his issues. Are free delivery times. I would say okay clearly not finishing the song today. Young all identified by the for his sister. What happened in this. I got this so she would handle that this. She say i'm gonna call you that later. I can teach you is so she would teach me so. It helped me in that snyder so as the guy for school. Yeah i do. I do as well. It's really neat. When we find out our learning styles or the learning styles of somebody else can you can. Then say okay. There are more audit auditory learner. So if i tell them they're going to embrace this maybe there are visual in. Have to show them okay. This is the way that this can project this way. And we understand just those basic things. We have less conflict. And it's kinda cool. But i'm glad you pointed that out both of you because this is something that i think. Not only everything about what we've talked about before the audience can embrace that w maybe start taking a different perspective on certain things that are happening and apply it and there are more so i spent a thank you guys both for everything that you're doing. You are really providing inspiration and motivation and a new breed of excitement in everything that you're doing. I felt it. And i was just i told you from the beginning are repeated. I just jazzed and super excited about being that. You're going where you're going what you're doing and i thank you. So much for your time with us today. Favelas and i want to thank all of you for tuning into another episode. Rebecca sounds reveille. I can tell that you are just as elated being right there with you because you can feel what's happening. I know that you can. And so i ask that you share this with your friends. Your family your loved ones everybody. You know on social media and you don't thanks for tuning in.
We don't have enough computer chips
"The pandemic cause lots of shortages from personal protective equipment to laptops bicycles but one supply shortage. Could slow down the economy for months. Even after covid is gone. That's the global shortage of chips. Not lay's chips but semi conductor chips the types of silicon power everything from our computers to our cars recode rebecca. Hi awhile has been covering the shortage. Hair becca hey so. This feels like the sort of niche problem. But semiconductors are in everything so tell me what exactly a semi conductor is. Semiconductors or ships are basically the building block of all the devices that we're using today. You know the computers in your refrigerator or the computers in your car phones and many computer. All of that is being made with these tiny little chips. That are powering these technologies and the really important. because we don't just need them for entertainment. We need them to work and learn and especially during the pandemic when we're doing all of these things from home and you not only have your devices at school or your office. Many people also have a full second Electronics setup at their house and what kind of problems is a chip shortage. Going to cause like talk me through. How does this play out in in the world that we experience in the world. We care about in everyday life so broadly. The increase in demand for electronics in general means that we don't have enough chips actually make those electrons so if you weren't getting a laptop on time or a phone on time that you really needed that's how it would affect you. But in the united states there's this particular challenge that's popped up with the automakers. Obviously automakers are really important and the shortage in chips is actually delaying production of cars and some models from gm or actually not going to be running with an advanced fuel technology system right now because the carmakers can't get the chip that they need so we're seeing idle workers in the united states. Some workers being laid off because of this chip shortage. But you know it's not just cars. Samsung is talking about delays with their phones their medical device makers who have asked for help because they also are worried about the chip shortage. So this is really a very very big issue for all sorts of things that we do told about why this is happening. And how did covid cause or accelerate the shortage in the first place so the primary cause for the shortage is the increase in demand in an industry. That isn't that flexible. In terms of how much it can make talking to semiconductor. They say the lead time can be you know over twenty twenty five weeks to make one of these chips so it's not an an industry that can just flip. The switch in terms of of making more another challenge is that we're dealing with incredibly complicated supply chains and there are just a few companies that have the infrastructure and very very expensive infrastructure to make these chips but they need to get materials from other companies. There's also a he does some trump tara trade policies that are making the market. Even little bit more constricted. The us has not really developed a very strong backup system of its own supply. Chain has just twelve percent of global manufacturing in the sector and you used to have nearly forty percent back in the nineteen nineties so we really haven't focused on our own. Us domestic manufacturing of these chips. Which sort of is making a lot of people nervous right now. Especially you know the car makers but you know all sorts of Device makers in the united states right now and. What can we do about that. We can't go back from twelve percent of forty percent overnight. What are people who think about the future of the auto industry governors people who have jobs and the line people who have angry customers calling. What are they doing about this. The biden administration has ordered a giant review of the semiconductor supply chain part of a broader effort. That he's focused on and focus on his campaign as well to sign a boost the resilience of us supply chains. And for you know. We're in the midst of this now. But there's going to be one hundred day review of the semiconductor supply chain. And that's doing a lot of research with all the different chipmakers trying to figure out like where you get these components. What happened in this disaster scenario and really scoping out what this actually looks like. There is legislation that some people say really needs to be funded. That would actually incentivize building. High tech manufacturing in the united states for chips hasn't been funded yet. But that's something that some chipmakers really really wanna see but you know taking the step of the us government actively incentivizing companies to go away from building these trips abroad where it is cheaper. And they've done so for economic reasons and having them chips in the united states. That's a pretty big statement and that's going to be a lot of money and it doesn't always work out. well you could end up with empty factories factories. That aren't being used three years or five years down the line and for customers. What can we do beyond expect our products to take longer to get to us. You know in the gm case you might get that product but you might not get it with a feature that you really wanted mentioning the advanced fuel technology system which means that if you were trying to buy one of those gm trucks you might be paying a little bit more for gas in. That just might be the compromise. But you know it's a reminder to really pay attention to supply chain
Charts show that Europe's third coronavirus wave has begun
"Virus infections. The spread of several highly contagious variants of the virus, combined with a slow vaccine rollout are making the situation worse. As we heard on yesterday's show Europe's drug regulator, the European Medicines Agency, or Emma, has cleared the AstraZeneca vaccine for use. Seeing the benefits of the vaccine far outweigh any rest. Reporter Rebecca Rossman is in Paris and joins us now with
France limits AstraZeneca Covid jab to over-55s as Europe treads cautiously
"Frances restarting its use of the covert 19 AstraZeneca vaccine today, But the country's health authorities on Lee recommending that vaccine for people age 55 over more than a dozen countries have put the vaccine on pause Earlier this week after a small number of people reported blood clot shortly after taking it, Rebecca Rosman has more. France's national health authorities said it identified a possible increased risk of blood clotting in younger populations. Decision slightly contradicts a report from Europe's drug regulator, which on Thursday said AstraZeneca was safe and effective for everyone. Some doctors figured this latest development means France will struggle to meet its goal of vaccinating about half of the country by mid June, less than 9% of the French population has received first shot
How Libraries Can Help You Learn, Connect and Grow With Rebecca Stoltz
"I am excited today. Because you've got a guest on. This is a guess as a little out of the box. From who've you brought on before. And i'm really excited that rebecca salsas here and What what are you guys talking about today. yes so. I'm really excited. That rebecca was able to join us today. Rebecca is the executive director of the josephine county Library foundation and is really an integral part. The library there in just being county. Where grants pass. Where i live is located. And i just wanted to spend some time talking with rebecca about the value that libraries bring to our community and to our lives and so rebecca. Thank you so much for being here. Absolutely thank you for having me ma. It's our pleasure our pleasure so We tell us just a little bit about how long you've been working with the library and What your position entails right now so i have been through. Many different transitions At our library. And i've been working about eight years back. When the library was a nonprofit i was doing the fundraising and now i've transitioned over to the library foundation and i'm not the executive director and my job is to help raise funds to support special programs and things that are outside of the library. District's budget very nice. Very nice and and i know there's a long history there with what happened in josephine county with the library system Do you want to just give a brief overview of that of what happened to it. Seems like almost twenty years ago now with libraries being defended and then what what happened in the community after that absolutely so in two thousand and eight the libraries were closed and e funded and the community really rallied. They wanted to have a library in their communities so it was a grassroots efforts and they raced funds and was able to st- originally started out of you know checking out. Books are lending out books in their vehicles in a parking lot and then they were able to raise enough money to open up. The libraries and tons of work was involved with that and our library system. Which has four branches. One in grants pass one in williams one out in the ohio valley and one out of wolf creek operated as a nonprofit for ten years so phenomenal work. I'm and it was really exciting to see a community so passionate and really finding the value of libraries in a community because there there weren't a whole lot of libraries being run as nonprofits at that time. We're there no. Our library system is kind of like a unicorn very unique. We had over three hundred volunteers at one time. Doing all of that work which is just amazing. And even within it becoming a nonprofit. There were still three over three hundred volunteers that were checking in books. Checking out books doing all of that work. In fact we have about two hundred fifty volunteers. That still are doing that. Work today. so wonderful i my. My sister has has volunteered to the library. Here for years before covid. Kind of shut down the the day to day operations of checking in and out books but What what. I wanted to kind of touch on i. I remember this is this is my embarrassing story is probably sixteen. Seventeen years ago. I was much younger and definitely not as wise and i was standing in line at a community event here in jackson county and we were at the library and i had made an offhand comment about. Why do people need libraries anymore. and what. i didn't realize. I was standing right behind. One of the board members for the jackson county library and she took me to task for about five minutes explaining the value of libraries to the community. So i would love for you to just take a minute And i'm gonna humbly ask why our library still relevant today. It's a great question and we hear it quite often. Actually you know not. Everyone has the same resources in today's world and libraries are the technology access points for so many people and we see that even more now that we've endured through a pandemic and libraries as a whole. There's just so much more than book. Repositories the cultural and community centers. And our library here in grants pass even attracts more foot traffic then the local post office so when you think about all those long lines in the post office and how busy it always. Is your library here. Josephine community library is is busier than that. And really we service as venues for community meetings host workshops from anything of you wanna learn about coating to changing a tire and i could also take a task for a long time about the importance of libraries. But just a couple numbers to run by. You is each month. More than twenty. Two thousand items are checked out. And they're in homes within our community and in a county where at least a third of our residents don't have computer or internet access at home patrons lock more than fifteen thousand computer sessions in a year and have nearly forty three thousand personal devices. Connect to the library's wifi so it is a library is so much more than just books in building. It's really an important piece of the community where people can connect and grow. I just can't agree more promptly. What got me back into. The library was have having a daughter. She's six now. You know taking her back to the library to have those experiences in the children's roman being able to kind of just see the books touch the books and kind of just have that that feel of what a library feels like is just phenomenal. I know you. There's just so many Children's programs happening at the library is as well absolutely and we have families with kids of all ages coming to participate. Whether it's our summer reading program we have sensory story times the dolly parton imagination library program or registering kits through josephine county to receive free books. Mail to them Every month and and that that is just such a fantastic program. That was a partnership. I think with The library in rotary there in josephine county. If i'm correct but That is really phenomenal. That is any any family can sign up for it. Any child and from birth to five years old every month. They get a new book in the mail. Mail to them. Yeah it's it's wonderful and we have over two thousand kids currently receiving books every month in josephine county through that program and and thanks to all for the rotary groups in grants pass and and the many funders of that program. It's been great to to get that many books in the hands of kids in our in our
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"By Monday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is under increasing pressure to resign. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan, teen of New York's 21. Members of Congress have said it's time for the governor to step down from his position. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said quote due to the multiple credible sexual harassment and misconduct allegations, it is clear that Governor Cuomo has lost the confidence of his governing partners
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"Down. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan 18 of New York's 21. Members of Congress have said it's time for the governor to step down from his position. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said quote due to the multiple credible sexual harassment And misconduct allegations. It is clear that Governor Cuomo has lost the confidence of his governing partners and the people of New York The city of Minneapolis, has agreed to a sizable payment
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"Have some fun. Make a little money. You never know when you meet alone away. Rebecca and i become friends. I've introduced her some of my friends. Some of her friends Andre board i met online The guy who was not involved with this comedy act. I met him online You gotta you gotta network network network network network one hundred percent. I think that that's something really important to share with the audience. Networking is crucial to anything that you're doing no matter what business it is that you want to go into or even just as a hobby or just growing your professional or personal circles networking is just key to and i'm just really excited that you are doing all the things that you're doing in you take a few minutes out to spend some time with us today. I appreciate you so much in so many ways. I know that. And i enjoy you know may see how i enjoy this even and we've become good friends over the over last couple of years. Now we shared stories. And we've some personal some private But you've introduced me to some people and i've introduced you to some people and that's what we both do. And that's why. I think we get along so well. And you know i wasn't outside salesman like i said And it wasn't all about the sale to me. It was about building relationships because if you build relationships get the sale at that that's exactly right and then i'm gonna leave it on that note because that's really important so if you'll save out again and that's gonna take us out okay If you build relationships instead of just not all about the sale you will get to sale but salesman have are too busy usually talking and not listening and so if you can help somebody out even on the outside of the business. I say they're into cars or you know they're into motorcycles. And you know somebody is involved in that and you can get them involved with them then the guy trust you because you have something in common with him. That's exactly right or her or her. Whatever who are you know and love it. Make you so much allen. Or rebecca him. Thank you just love it and again. I'm just so appreciative. You all the time. And i want to thank all of you for tuning into another episode. Rebecca reveille we ask that. You connect with alan on all social media. Check out his website out and shows then things that he's done and where he's going 'cause you're gonna have a lot of laughs and a lot of fun and you never know. He's next with him. What kind of circle is going to be brought about from that and how much it's gonna grow so definitely make your connections with him and they share the show and everybody that you know across social media at everybody that you know that's not on social media and get them involved too white subscribe to all those things and share it with even those that she down. Thanks for listening..
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"Take you through to know remained focused on what what they dream is. Whatever it is you know. Just being focused in that you know yes recognize not deny what's happened but then being able to pick up those pieces and say you know what it's time to move forward and so that's what i would say whatever it is to chill wanting to do. Just remember how some likely dance but don't let it hinder you from accomplishing whatever. It is that you want to accomplish. Move forward always four. I love that. I really love that. Because you've said something that. I think most of us in life can relate to that. There's been a bump in the road. We've had a speed. We've had a setback and then we go. What do i do with it now. And i wanna share with the audience because this is something that especially with the times that we live in right now we can live in limiting beliefs. And i want to say that if you're listening or watching right now tried to set yourself with unlimited belief system and if you need a support system tracy and i are here to help you and empower you to do great things. It doesn't matter where you have been at in life. We we can work with you to encourage you monitor eight. You inspire you. The one thing. I like to share to based on what you just said is that we can start now so easily right now feels like everything just came crashing down. And let's just start now or maybe something just rash happened in your like. They're still going to be a whole bunch of pieces that are gonna get shattered on the floor absolutely now. Let's start the clean-up right now and making things back salute. That is he. Yeah we gotta just keep saying. I'm just going to keep moving forward like you said and keep focused like you said that is just absolutely crucial to not letting all of those things clutter our lives in be limiting in our thoughts and our belief system because when that happens we do we get stock and and you're absolutely right once. The drain stopped once that vision or that goal stops. That's literally stops so we have to pick up like human. I love what you mentioned. Rebecca about those pieces. There might be some shar peace you know and we can learn from those sharp are adults. Those sharp pieces that Shad we can learn and those are cools that we can even put it in our toolbox for later but the the goal of the mission is to continue to move you know. Pick up those pieces like you mentioned. Pick up those shop pieces because they're going to be teaching.
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"People to embrace and that alone runs the really the organization very successful and try to trip. You say that it's kind of a household name you mary. Kay everybody knows who have mary. Kay is just about right. Yeah my yes. And i know right. We're not think about rebecca. How a mary kay. She actually began her business shortly after her husband literally died of a heart attack and she decided in spite of that to go forth with her mary. Kay business and like you said those foundational principles that is even shared with New consultants today. God i you know putting your faith firs your family's second and then work on building that career in its is definitely something a recipe for success. No doubt it is so. Let me ask you a question. Now since you're on your way back again at you've already built it you've been there you know it can be done and i mean just different life events sometimes can pull us back a little bit and then we've got a balancing again but knowing that that right there that just ability to achieve that and move beyond i mean is something that you're doing in your you're going for and i know this time you're even moving beyond that goal you've got a lotta goals is if you could say something that would really just inspire somebody to heal about themselves with the dream that you've had what would you tell them would be something to really embrace in hold from tracy's perspective i would say and streaming streaming back all the way from my military days and one of the things that my drill sergeant shared with me Going through basic training and it was a little phrase little catchphrase that We learn and deadliest taken me even up to now in fifty one years old now but he would say to us. Rebecca always forward okay so not to say that you're not gonna go through things in life because like you just mentioned we're going to have those times but to remain focused and to know that when you are going through and obstacle event alive event. It doesn't mean it's the end you're going through. If not a stopping a destination you're still going through and what he was saying to us while i was in basic and he was always move forward private galloway and i tell you that has stuck with me over the years. The boards. you know eric k. rebuilding. Mary kay his net will.
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"And so it's kinda introduced to the mary. Kay a world right there her Inviting me to her skincare class. That's pretty exciting. Because i'm sure at that point that transformation with everything that was going on in your life was very empowering. I know once we've been in the military we feel so mentally validated with our self confidence. And everything we can do but over time there's other parts of our life where we think you know. I wanna do this or you feel a little bit especially when we have different emotional glitches along the way as like a divorce or something like that and we feel like we want to have that empowered feeling again or the self confidence that i can go out and do anything. Maybe not necessarily in a structured environment like a military environment with this. This really opened a lot of doors for you. It has the has in I had no idea. I initially just joined Jackson a discount off all my product because the skincare system Actually cleared my complexion. And i said you know what if. There's a way that i could get my products at a discount. It would definitely work for me right now. You know having gone through divorce and all were actually about to go through the divorce and That's exactly what my consultant Free offered me to become a serie. C the fifty percent discount. So that i could continue get my products and she wasn't so pushy rebecca with me as well to say okay. Just get out selling you know just you know make it happen but she wants dislike you know if you get the opportunity to come to a stinker class coming in you know no strings attached to gamba. Just come see what we're doing time to time. I would love to have you and so that started my journey. That was that started my journey over now. Nineteen years ago. One time business various. Well it's be up for you. Thank you thank you thank you. Yes definitely definitely gone to mary. Kay a sales director and dean now on a journey back to sales director right now. Because i tell you idiots this journeys definitely not a sprint. But whether sunlight issues in definitely definitely back on To directorship wants to give will they actually have quite a good basis in positioning women especially but for anyone that's involved as a consultant to become empowered and successful at what they're doing and the tools the resources that are there and the team to be able to do that. I know that you guys have a lot of resources that are available and i. It's very few companies that you see such a really tight grouping that also has historically known to progress in Just rise very well so mary. Kay her cell -solutely mean is just has an incredible foundation that was laid out based on really good philosophies.
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"She's also been a program assistant for well over a decade as well as a chaplain. She also has her own consulting businesses and sitting. We're going to talk to you with her about one of them and you can hear. Just how empowering and inspirational she says she is a personal friend of mine and a wonderful mentor. And i'm hoping that you get just as much from her as i do all the time so with me today. I'd like to share with you. My good friend. My mentor and someone. I think that you're going to be able to be inspired from his. Well tracey my goodness galloway. Yes good after eating a wing. Yes they your. Thank you for having me rebecca. I appreciate this. I appreciate you and i appreciate everything that you've done to serve for our country and the things that you do for our spiritual needs as well all the way around. You are someone that has really given their dedicated their life and given a lot of their time internally to those in need and for those who may be in need. And you've been there to help protect our freedoms. And i wanna thank you for everything you've done. Thank you thank you. Thank you well. I really excited. Because you have quite a story to tell all of the viewers and listeners out there because you got started very young having to sort of make yourself known in the world because you're the oldest l. a twin. Yeah i am the oldest by one minute. Just one minute bill. Isn't that amazing. You were saying. I'm ready to rock and roll and so this is pretty neat that i didn't know that for a long time either. But it's pretty neat that you've been able to do that and then you've really been able to excel quite well and maybe they always say the older. It's the oldest ones and so even if you're the oldest growing.
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"I love this I love. Just play. You don't flabbergasted you. This is really exciting. This is absolutely released freezing and. I really want the audience those that are watching those that are listening bills that are going to share this with. Their friends and people that they know well. This is really exciting, so what I'd like to do is have. The audience people to get in contact with you. I know that the viewers. Both those who are watching and listening are gonNA, WANNA be able to not only get in contact with you for themselves, but with their friends, and they're fairly in those that can be able to share this with on social media. How can they get in contact with you? Know you can now go to our website which we are upgrading every day right now to get ready for this virtual revolution up, but is the Raven Institute baton. You US And then you can reach. You can email us through there, but our email is wellness crow crow within e CR. A wellness crow at g mail dot, com and then a phone number for the Raven, institute is Area Code Two, three one. Five, nine, zero, three, nine, six seven. And love it I love it I. WanNa. Thank you so much for being with us today. You have really just ignited a lot in me and I know that this is really going to do a lot for all those that had been listening and I know that they are really going to be able to share this with other people that they're. They know who needed jumpstart to. Yeah or just you know. Blow the dust off. Whatever's on the shelf there? Yeah, yes. Studio get studio percolating again. Agree with. is so much you could see how excited again. I never grow tired of this just so fun, so no, we have a passion for something you just. It just dawned on you, don't you? Don't say, get down about you WANNA YOU WANNA. Keep going I can see the passion that you have. Much! I do share that. Is Well. Eight most people do. Thank you. I know I know and I want to thank all of you for tuning in today to another. Rebecca sounds reveille and please do share this because I've got to tell you. Everything that I found when I went to the site. Really inspired me and. When I get inspired about something you know I'm GonNa. Share it with you, and that's why Robert came on the show today. Because there is nobody that can explain it. Then the person who has the passion. That can explain it. The best right so I've done. Tell you, please do take a peek. Get in contact with him. Shoot this episode with everybody that you know everybody that you know across social media. Take the site. Check out the free. Check out the free Workshop. Consultations on siltation, get in on the free. The forty dollar workshop on this and then you know, check out more. There's so much to this. There's even another opportunity along with that. You'll be able to find him and get involved with it. 'CAUSE you're in. You'RE GONNA. Hear more about that on the show and you can join me in that and we can. We can make this all a team effort. This is something that we can all do together I'm really excited about this, so do check it out. Give out that website one more time. I can give out you oath Raven Institute. Dot U. S.. All right here, we go guys. Share this with everybody that you know and social media and everybody that you don't thinks for tuning in also go to youtube and click on that subscribe Button Beckons Ripley. Naked Record..
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"Welcome to Rebecca's downs revelead. Today's show is really exciting. Because I have somebody who is just a delight. She is internationally renowned. I've got to tell you. She is in the entertainment field then she's going to entertain you today. She has a background in singing songwriting while she's been a model radio. Show host a yes. Oh my Gosh! She has done things from writing columns to also teaching. She plays instruments and I'm going to let her. Her tell you which ones, but she comes from a long lineage of well musical talent, and she will also share that with you. I've been quite impressed with the things that she shared with me. Because not only does she has. Does she have talent in music? But in personality and intellect and I want her to share so much of her inter spirit with you because she's goodness, share the things that are going to help you. Kind of develop some things of inspiration that will move you in a way that you might not have helped how. Have helped. pauvres had that spirit helped before, and she does that in a way that I even haven't been moved like this. Before so with me Monday Nietzsche new. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Rebecca allow. I really excited I gotTA. Tell you because you have moved me and the first time that I talked with you. Not Too long ago, we had quite an awesome conversation, and not only did. We have at one on one, but then we ended up having a lot of people on the conversation, and it was a lot of fun, but our initial conversation really inspired me because it was really not only. Did you embrace? Me As a person, but you just ended up bringing out a lot because of the things that you had just in your inner spirit, and one of the things that you shared was your history, and it was your family traditions, and not just how genetically made you were? In. The artistic abilities that you had, but just traditionally in family traditions that you had that. Many of us don't have anymore. Because of just how fast pace we are, it was really very inspiring. Can you tell me a little bit just about your your family traditions now and then I wanna talk to you more about all of the things that you're doing. Okay. I guess when you're seeing tradition. You're talking about the fact that I come from My parents are jazz musicians and I got into music, and I now have a son who's in college studying music, so we're three generation, musical family, and Yeah so. Basically it. But you're all really tight knit though you have a really vague knit family. Yeah well like any.
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"Welcome to Rebecca sounds. This episode really excites me. Because the guest I have to bring to you shares the same passion that I have. She is so passionate about helping both survivors of trauma and abuse on their Healing Journey. That she exudes with the passion in many areas of what she does. I've got to tell you that. Her work is an outgrowth from recovery recovery of her own childhood. Well incest in addictions and often. We don't like to talk about that but really we need to. Because as many of you know things that happen are often done behind. Closed doors in. We don't WanNa address those things in. That's one of the things that allowed me to start this. This show the radio the TV show the things in domestic violence and trauma. I wanted to ensure that I could help change others in the direction that made their lives better and enrich them and empower them with resources. And that's exactly the things that my guest today also does and is going to bring to you. She has worked in mental health for many many years since the seventies and she has earned her masters in social work from Hunter College in New York later she trained at the Castell Institute and eventually opened her own private practice. I love this. I absolutely love this as a licensed clinical social worker. She combines just a number of different therapies because of the knowledge that she gained an experienced in her own practice she doesn't limit or place limitations on certain modalities that often you see in different practices based on the things that come across out of DSM manuals or other types of things and maybe she'll share a little bit about that with us today but it's all about the client's needs because ultimately they're going to vary and she focuses all on that she believes that while there's many roads that really lead to individuals healing and she works with these individuals on their own as couples and as total family both in recovery from drugs alcohol food co-dependency sex and love addiction as well as people that suffer from post traumatic disorder and well trauma and abuse so not only has she got all of these skills behind her the passion behind her to help change the lives but she's an author of a book called my house of lives and it is a memoir of her own addiction. Recovery in overcoming trialed childhood incest. I want her to share with you today. A little bit about that because there's something special in this journey of her own and in her memoir welcome to the show Lori Golden. Hi Hi. I'm so delighted you're here and that you share the passion with so many people because the things that you do everything from different types of recovery drug and alcohol but codependency and I think co-dependency really carries over to a number of different areas in trauma yet because it just from enabling behaviors to rescuing behaviors and a number of different things. They almost just hand. Yes go hand in hand because they coat cold coincide with all of these things. Yes they really really doing. Oftentimes we only think that codependency is in relationships with other people. But they're also in the codependent relationship with a drug or food or whatever and so we don't really think about this but you have so many years of experience behind you in helping others that you have brought forth your own exposure. You have opened up something that most of us don't share in the journey that we have and that is our own personal experience. We don't share that with many people and you brought out your book my house of lives. Can you tell us a little bit about how you came out? Not only writing your book but presenting this to the world it's been quite a journey Yeah by the way co-dependency for me had been survival because I needed to know what room everyone in my family. My mother was in my father was in. I was tuned in to my external world. Not My internal world. I was in my room in my bedroom. Listening for sounds downstairs so that I could figure out where I needed to be in the house. So it's interesting that you brought up codependency because it really is a core issue. Ms Anyway aside that I I got into narcotics anonymous in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven And I was thirty seven years old and prior to that I would have said I come from a really good family. I grew up in Long Island. I lived in a nice home. I we went skiing every weekend. We went camping. We had a folk. We went boating. Every weekend it was such a nice upbringing in nineteen eighty seven. I reached bottom in using drugs and at that point in my life my main drugs were valium. Okay I was just GonNa ask you your drug of choice. At that point. It was valium throughout the day. And sleeping pills to help me sleep throughout the night trying to that. I had experimented a lot and I had done a lot of different kinds of drugs but the main thing by this point in my evolution is an addict was I was addicted to Bali and I didn't know it. I kept thinking I got it from doctors. doesn't mean. I can't possibly be an addict to me and added to someone who shot intravenously heroin because I grew up in a neighborhood where five of the people in that neighborhood. Were shooting heroin. So I watched the the progression of heroin addiction in these people and I said I'm not anything like that. Well it ends up. I am and I got into narcotics anonymous I moved from New York. I did a geographic and I came out to San Diego and a year later. I hit my bottom. Okay I wanNA point out something that you said just a second ago because someone said to me something out. First thing is oftentimes. People don't realize they have a prescription addiction. Yes they do not want to really go there. Because it's been prescribed. The next thing is someone told me that they were not using drugs like Smoking Hash or something to that effect that that really wasn't a drug Galley. It is depends on it. Depends on how you're using it and so I think oftentimes people perceptual -lize certain types of drugs or a drug addict only when it comes to someone that's injecting and they minimize anything else such as marijuana hash whatever. The case is if. You're only smoking it or minimization when it comes to addiction so I just WanNa throw that in there yes You know it just makes me think about some of the things that I've heard but the point being is we want to bring this to the attention because we want to help others in this and so I go ahead and continue. Laurie but I did want to throw that in there are now. That's an important. Minimization is very big particularly in young adults and in teens. There is a lot of minimizing. Yes yes yes. Yes and there's a lot of overuse of marijuana does a lot of ob use of Hash. There's a lot of overuse. It's the same as anything when you use something regularly. You don't realize that you're ending up coping with all your your shutting yourself off your your shifting one set of feelings for another so best sense okay. Better is something. That is really crucial for us to talk about Laurie. Because I don't think a lot of people really understand when they shift like that in so can you talk about that for a minute because I think this creates further problems? This problem doesn't get resolved. It's shifted now. You have two sets of issues to deal and I will go further to say. I'm also recovering food addicts and I've been in recovery for that thirty years and food did the same exact thing for me shifting my moods into another kind of mood and the reason I'm saying is so if I was lonely I wouldn't be in touch with my loneliness but I would feel uncomfortable and then I would. I just knew I wanted to get rid of what ever it was. That was inside me. I didn't know what it was. I just didn't feel good so feelings to me eight were something that I constantly trying so alter faltering if once I if I'm lonely and I don't know I'm lonely and I go and I smoke weed K. On every time I had that feeling I go and I smoke weed. I never ever bring in my a real sense of careful loneliness because I use the pat to ease the loneliness and this is true for a lot of feelings of frost. The board especially children growing up in dysfunctional families. You've thought I mean. I used food to numb myself sugar. I mean that's where I wanted to go. And that's what I wanted to ask. You is the real culprit with food addiction sugar because of the endorphins. For me it was. Okay I repeat bullet starch. It can go it all kind of metabolize sugar in the body. Anyway I get it I get it now that you say that okay this now I get it I get it. Yeah I just when you said that it just the bells and whistles went off instantaneously when you said starches that okay. That's conversion yet exactly so when you put all of these things really is amazing to think about.
"rebecca" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
"Were airing the last episode of the old. This is working that our team creative while we were still going to work at an office if you can remember what that was like all right under Rebecca minkoff who's really excited to talk to Rebecca because she never set out to be a business person when she got her start fifteen years ago. She was sowing t shirts on her living room for now. Her clothes and her designs are found in closets of women everywhere from professional women to celebrities the all Glover Work Rebecca's constantly iterating her collection mirrors. Where she is so her first. Big Hit was the morning after bag or the it was the exact bag she needed as a single woman in New York at the then as Your Business Group. She.
"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"It is boring. Way is so now. That's what's so great about this way I teach at my seminars is the same way it's concepts but in in a way in which a woman you know that's how women communicate we talk about stories and we share on things and it's you know men. Do Women Talk. Say it's really exciting and as I said it's the first round of be available on Amazon and all places you'll be able to get books but right now that is the the working title but certainly there's no are back around the world so when he finally retired that in this is perfect. So let me ask you. I just with what we've talked about. I know that this is really radiating end emanating to so many people what you have said and how much they need to get on board with making some changes because it's going to be easier and it's going to be something that is exciting instead of owning and Blah and black and white women dealing color or do it's like new splash some besides read. Because I know that's like in finances that not a good thing red lipstick in now. It's not gonNA work here. We put some purple or yes. You me some splash me. Feel like you said because we're emotions make me feel like this is making a difference. 'cause I'm looking at it. You're late but I know this is radiating and I know it's emanating across to viewers in the listeners and I want them to make sure to know where you would like them to go for each of the segments that you have in your business and then how can stay tuned for Your Book Surrey. Absolutely so so our retirement planning firm is Becka. Retirement groom seen going to back her retirement dot com. And we have. I mean certainly anybody who's local in the Pacific northwest. We have a lot of events. Thirty eight events a year and And then as it continues with this new company will actually let me go back with so with becca retirement group for any minds that actually work or that lymph outside of the state. We have many many people because it does rain a lot in the Seattle area so we do have snow hers or people who finally decide to relocate Essex scenario whether that be Arizona or Nevada or different areas or move to Florida whatever that might be so working remotely is always an option as well but you can contact us our website there and then life with our win so that the website is in its under construction has another to yell at the final touches on it but my facebook page life with our when you can go there and you can really see what it is that we're trying to do as it relates to changing the industry and how the industry speaks to women and seeing them as the value that all women are from the beginning not as this afterthought and that's really the the the goal of what we're trying to accomplish is making sure that women all communities especially those that are never married widowed divorced. Austin feel a little bit less out you know and that's to put it politely say been talked over. I've been talked down to I feel done and that just is not okay you know. It's about a standard of care. And that's what it is that we're trying to do with this company. Life Life with our winds is create a standard of care that the industry recognizes then also make sure that there are advocates and people influenced ours in the communities that are reaching those women that kind of vein in the marble that are there that are valuable for whatever reason they just feel not. They just intimidated to walk in the room. That has a bunch of men in it and so we want. We want to change that. We want to make sure that we're reaching all those mazing women and all the communities across the nation and get them the education they need so they can change their communities around the ground up. I love this. Thank you so much. You're what your home the empowerment for you being here today. I absolutely love this. Thank you so much for having me. Rebecca I appreciate it and I will definitely be having you back on the show to talk more about things that you're doing especially when your book hits. Yes yes and I want to thank all of you for tuning into another episode of Rebecca Sounds Reveille. This is something that I know has really hit somewhere inside of you. I know you're ready to just gets more information. Even if it's just sort of the tip of the Iceberg Right now definitely Oh nc all of the different options that are available on facebook with Arvin. Becker are when becker you need to Google her. You're going to find her all over. The place get directed to all right different things that we talked about today and get on board because the quality of your life can change. Make sure you share this with your friends your family your colleagues those you know and those you don't..
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"Yes. Yes and you know. We know. We're getting close on time here so I really want to make a point of how important it is for people to get involved with like what you're doing getting your book. Total package life. Coaching this is really essential right now right now right now is important because we are seeing unprecedented situations of depression. Anxiety people that are looking to make a choice. That is permanent where they're not here anymore and all of this can be changed. Your life can be fantastic. It can be joyful. You can have happiness you can minimize sorrow and here is how so. I'm going to share with the audience by your words how they can get in touch with you and when she has hold your book up again. Where can they go to get a copy of your book? What can they do to connect because you offer your skills the video consultation in person? Lots of things. So please RECON girl so. I'm on Amazon Handle all those platforms The digital version of my book right now in sub several weeks. Now what I've done it purposely. Allow this book to be sold for ninety nine cents. Yes for ninety nine cents and it's actually a deadline is October. First you're going to Amazon's GONNA notify US equal by this for ninety nine cents on Amazon kindle. You'll be able to download it on October. I thought his gate okay and also you can also buy the hard copy there. This is really good because actually have lists in here that you can make and you can share this so if you want to have for yourself maybe doing digital copy if you WANNA get out one its share with a friend of struggling going through things and it's like a Little Bible you know it's like if you do this you're gonNA come out on the other side one. Plus this book equals yes and down there so much in this Bach on every level that he is it's GonNa give you a new perspective At least crack that door open for you for you to actually start taking action also get it on a beaver. Rhymer DOT COM. Which is my personal website and all my coaching packages are there. I'm very accessible. So if if you need a hand I have on hand in hand. I also have a package call up. Call starting your journey. So it's a it's a conversation. We talk every week. I the process and you follow the steps in this. This book will change Your Life just like i. I absolutely love it of Eva. Thank you so much for being on the show today and I thank you for what you're doing to change people's lives. Thank you for me and I want to thank all of you for tuning into another episode of Rebecca..
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"Being that that is the most dangerous time for a person to leave A domestic violence situation. And you know the problem that comes in people judge because they'll say well if it's that bad why does she stay? You don't have a choice. Sometimes I lived at when I was going through my abused you know. I thought it was normal. I really did. I did not know that. That's not how family is until because a lot of my friends came from divorced families so I really didn't have much comparison so I thought well what I'm going through is normal and I accepted it. Wrestling was my catharsis. That's brought the book about as a payback for what the men and women in that profession did saving me but when people say well she should do this. She should do that. What do you do if you had children? Where are you going to go? Who's going to take care of you and then that the human trafficking when you get to run away where do the runaways. And then we get into would people tagged as prostitution. It's like okay. We again like it. Was police getting a bad mark in people? Run WITH IT. Prostitution is not what we called it. It was it is human trafficking and most of the time. The women are underage. It's like and who's doing that. People in your neighborhood people in your community learn. Sometimes they'll come from different areas but it's men within our an look man we own it. It Ain't women have they're doing it. You see women that are the human trafficking victims but it's men that are doing the deed and going around and using another human being. You have a really very important point that you're making and we are failing to recognize that in that. Is that right here in our home country. The United States we are seeing human trafficking right under our nose in that recognizing what is and they chose to ignore to Rebecca again men if it was happening demand. I think it would be a different scenario and listen to me. I'm not a female because a lot they'll say elbow it's a friend has though. I'm a man and I seen it and I know what's going on out there and I'll tell you if it was going on two men you'd see this thing cleaned up. If it was gender reversed that it would be a whole different issue. I think you would see a vast improvement now. I hear from some people that say well. It happens demand to is like boys. Yes I understand. It happens. Usually because they're vulnerable and it's usually that rotten uncle. I now understand what it is about an uncle but the case is that came upon my view over the years. It's like how do you tolerate this and there was one that was job related that I knew personally and I'm like this guy. He married into the fat. I'm thinking my mother. I know that what she would have been jail. There's no way it's this guy molested my sister like that that he just becoming for dinner next week wins about. It is like aw we wouldn't talk about. Oh boy I there was done. I can't be in the same room with this guy I just. Can't you know it's it's really interesting because I was having a conversation with someone just recently and we were talking about the high levels of human trafficking rate.
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"Burger king a few places. But it's Oliver the grocery store shelves. I've had it tastes like meat on. Its plant based Jason but these types of concepts or what. I'm talking about. Never show up on. The streets of the Stock Exchange is not GonNa make anybody rich or health retirement. This is all really good information to know so somebody really starting to think about their finances. What They WanNa do you in the future? How they want to really sort of strategically placed themselves in comparison? Where they're at now? They can do a couple of things when they can get a copy of your book and another thing is they can get in contact with you to set up an appointment and you work. I mean I know that you're certified senior adviser through the SOCI- Society of senior Certified Senior advisors out of Florida. You you guys are also with the Florida Department of Financial Services in your completely Certified you're you're based out of Florida so if somebody in California he wants to utilize your services. Can they contact you. skype or the telephone. How do you work sure Well first of all what your viewership USA does. I'm a fiduciary and that's really what matters. FIDUCIARIES are registered investment advisers and. We have a national presence. We can work in every take the country we have states almost Clinton almost every state country And so I think it's important That if you if you like the things that we're talking talking about and they strike a chord with you you call us direct. Costa wracked at three two. One seven nine five forty seven ninety nine or you go go to our website at Arbor A. R. R. Dash Financial Dot Com and you contact us by email that way and subscribe to our newsletter Of course website. You're going to see all of my media appearances and I spoken on every major large financial areas. When Rebecca's she's grown a lot the we'd like to come back at some point? It's wonderful thank you so much for all of the information. This is a lot to think about. especially if someone hasn't wasn't about these things before because we are definitely taking a shift in the way things have gone for a long period of time and and while there has been sort of as slow change it starting to make a big impact in so we're going to be seeing a lot more things than I appreciate you. You being here and sharing that with the audience today absolutely thank you for having me. We're GONNA take care and I wanNA thank you for all tuning into another episode. Sort of Rebecca sounds. Reveille we ask that you share this show with your friends your family your loved ones everybody. You know on social media and those you don't the old.
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"Wait a second. I have a phone call it somebody that I owe money to. I'm not another no. I'm just making it up like a a kind of calls that we get now anymore is do you want to buy something or we have to collect money for something else. which really isn't something that you are money more for anyway because they will say that it's either the social social security officer the FBI anyway this associates under the just tell them no? You're not because social security. Never ever calls you up and kind of the way so those the scam phone calls folks Yeah and I I generally have some fun with those phone calls whenever I get one like that. I say okay when we meet or two o'clock okay and they don't WanNa meet you they just want you to send the money you know. And it's so they generally get them to hang up before I do so you know. It's it's crazy broke. The I have a lot of fun. Life is good life as bless you Rebecca. Thank you and God bless all. y'All for watching this today isn't isn't she beautiful. It's great to see to see a beautiful young lady. Do a good thing so I'm very happy with with you today. Thank you thank you for all of you who are watching and listening. Go to J DAVIS MUSIC DOT COM. You definitely want to see what he's he's got going on there. Get a copy of the road but you want to get it from him direct so he can sign and send it out to you and you his email Is J David Nineteen forty two at Yahoo DOT com. You definitely want to connect with him there and on facebook and I wanNA thank all of you for tuning in to another episode of Rebecca. Sounds Reveille I ask that you share this episode with your friends your family all of those that you know on social media and all that you don't thanks for tuning in we'll see you next week bye.
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"Just began to come to fruition all life experience along with things that I had learned an inner things that I mean just all of this. It's kind of like as a child when you. I have a child who work at these certain developmental stages at six months. They're going to do this and at one somewhere around one. They're gonNA start walk years. He didn't take their first step and I don't think that any other age in life the milestones that we do things and so it seems a really interesting that you said twenty eight because it seems like. That's it's going to work. Click for me too and if I think about it and I look at others. That at at that age is seems like life does different things and Watson's differently at that time that age tends to be a lot where people decide aside to start following a passion aside from their day job to win a lot of people start to realize that their day job is not their passion. When they start to get the unfortunate disillusionment? Don't get me wrong. Like jot jobs are necessary. Folks folks we all need a job. Idle hands are the devil's playground to go back to my literally. My my two weeks with like my son Here in the last two weeks since I've had downtime and not been on the road have been manic. 'cause I don't know what it's like to not be busy busy so while he sleeps. I hop in the back and code website or I've I built a bunch of trigger boxes 'cause I had the parts and and nothing else to do so I built like mad Okay so without me. The audience won't know what a trigger boxes and we've got a separate that from something really scary that could happen so granted It it it is what it sounds like. It's a trigger box. It's it's it's a sequencer but it's more for like fireworks I'm actively working right now. Rebecca I'm getting ready to turn forty four and I can't be quoted quoted on air for this yet because I'm still working on it I have a stuntman friend of mine. Who is who is a A professional daredevil hire and I'm a I'm literally be looking at being put on fire on purpose from forty fourth birthday so I was like if I'm going to do a full body burn and do like this stunt man thing and have myself set on fire for my birthday. Hey I'm going to build the box. That doesn't so yeah. Yeah Yeah I'm still working on it. I don't know if it's going to happen but it's it's one of those bucket list things. I will never ever jump out of a plane. I will never ever climb Everest because of my Acura phobia white..
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"Biz talk me through it again Hobbes's worked for me because at the end of the day what we want for every investor Rebecca is to see with their on approach or cording to the way that we really need to know so that you can begin moving forward this is what we do is share information to help you burn a former direction definitely want you definitely want you'd have all the tools on your belt to help Oh you just successful as you want to be for tuning in I asked you share this with your friends your family those that you know and also those that you don't this is rebecca sounds reveille uh-huh welcome to Rebecca Sounds Reveille I am really excited today because I have got someone who has a really incredible background I've got to tell you with me today is an actor and director and you may already know who he is because he's been featured I s sees yes comedy while you may already I know who he is l. p. green is with me today he's been on the Big Bang Theory yes he has been on season three and season four he's also Oh director of the is Wolf Queen and he's going to tell us a little bit more about that because it's a pilot and all over social media right now and more not only that he has an exclusivity with the Pasadena Horror Film Festival and even more than that his background is absolutely incredible because he has been all over and he has a lot of education in west doing and I want to bring you on to share more about the bill that he has going and make things that he's done so welcome to the show Careen I am I'm jazz absolutely delighted that you're here today I've been so excited to talk to you because you have got an amazing background with things that you've done because Brady's started out in your childhood and we're led to is absolutely Louis incredible I mean you you started out from what people was as kind of a backwoods town then you go to these big and Dan you become educated in La Hoya which is a very prestigious area of San Diego County which is in California most people decayed in that area really is high honors and then now you're doing things from all of the things that you've acquired life and been able to turn into the things that you have found interest in based on everything that you have been exposed to have learned about and we want to hear about it talk about it let's let me just ask you this if just it really kinda slate everything how did you go from just a kind of a small town into the big time here Wow oh well on my mother we grew up on it like my mother is likes Gypsy like were Illinois Peoria I was born in Second County Springfield Roy lived in like Murfreesboro I grew up in carbondale that's that's like my main upbringing an Illinois Medalla Illinois the fields apartments and then from there my mom to California it's so funny because when you hear someone say took us to California it reminds you of the great migration you know they took us to Californian opera going you're thinking of I don't know Kelly history and things like that and you have done it you are you are making history right now actually with the things that you're doing and let's just let's talk about your film I because people know you they know who you are from your the seasons on Big Bang season three and season for also an a theme probably nine other movies just you'll bit parts you know small speaking roles bit-part here small speaking role here Stunt stunt job here you know getting pushed around our our our stop or small role but then I was like I wanted to show Hollywood what I can as an act Jerry you know I started very young acting back in is you know one of the things I wanted to be sorry directed fight films was the show what I can do so how did you start doing stunt roles stunt work yeah well I I studied martial arts for a very very long time what twenty years twenty thirty years and martial arts and then when I came to La You know pretty much I started like doing from extra from around up this show where Doing doing stunt workshops where I had to learn how to take martial arts spill fighting and to learn how to you fight for the camera you know 'cause God forbid you know you hit one of the main actors Yuk Martial arts they're not trained to miss so I had the we retrain my body to miss and ensued work like you know so that's a lot of disparity because when I know from the training that I've done you do is you train so when you're used to doing something and you've got a now kind of make adjustments and these are big adjustments you so that that is a lot of work on your part to separate the brain from the body in comparison to what you had been trained to do before so that that is a lot of undertaking for you to do so then you move on and here you also had your character is Jamal and have one quite an honor with this role Oh yeah I want supporting actor the film festival the Indie Film Festival Yeah we won African American film and again this is a horror film so that was kind of really really cool and I won best supporting actor you know so really happy about that award because that's one of the main things I wanted to show by doing a pilot in a and you you found your interest in horror about what time in your life Jeez ovarian very young it was kind of forced onto thinking forced into early force but let's just I'll just tell you quick story back in the eighty my mom will go out working partying or doing whatever she did she do she was sent me with the key around my neck in front of move up front the the VCR Roy way we wait I mean people know about last the kids and what is known as a VCR you gotta win from blockbuster that's right as I gotta go weird here because a lot a lot of those little those little videos stars over time US consider child abuse Joe True and even the transition going from these videotapes and new DVD's goes little video stores were not G. rated PG stores anymore they were kind of weird stores but this was.