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Why You Should Never Try to Scam a Mobster

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:20 min | Last week

Why You Should Never Try to Scam a Mobster

"One night a couple of guys came in and they ordered up a bunch of alcohol, Rebecca notices the car comes up stolen, their credit card comes up stolen or says fraud, something like that. She replied to ally. Alex, just how much they drink. And she says a lot. He's just good. Let them keep drinking. So she doesn't say a word. These guys keep drinking. Keep ordering drinks and popping them back. And finally, ally brings over a bottle of champagne. Hey, guys, I see you spend a lot of money. Yeah, yeah, it's great club. Thank you happy. Let's see, guys. Watch out some more drinks. Come to the back. Me and my partners will have a nice drink on your arm. Oh, that's really nice here. They're going it back. They meet the guys. Well, ally says, I want to show you my wine collection. Come down to the basement. They go to the basement. He and a couple of guys put this one guy in chair. And hit him with phonebooks across the face. You rob my fucking club? Well, you have no idea. This guy, he was ordered to go out and get the $5000. They tried to fleece from the club with fake credit card. And an extra thousand just for the bartender and ally to taste, right? He swore he'd do it before the morning. They said, if you don't do it, we have your license. We know who you are. We know you live. He did it. He came back and somehow got that money but the next day afternoon. That's the kind of shit I saw and was around, not the nightly basis, but I want to on a pretty regular

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Amber Athey: Florida Had Better Outcomes Than Most in Resolving COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Amber Athey: Florida Had Better Outcomes Than Most in Resolving COVID

"But I asked basic questions early on and was YouTube was suspended by YouTube for asking a very simple question If masks work then why are masks working It's the whole Moneyball theory of life you know if he's a good hitter why doesn't he hit good We turned out to be correct When surgical and cloth masks do almost nothing also about the vaccine We saw early on a lot of misplaced trust and said most of us I believe you included like hey why don't we just wait on the data before we fire people and stuff from their jobs Like wait on the date and see how this works out So it turns out we were right and yet we were targeted anyway again a hallmark of a growing budding chia pet like tyranny Yes and a narrative that I think was really informative in terms of how the establishment responded to people merely asking questions about COVID was the whole idea that Florida was lying about its COVID outcomes And we've recently finally received the report from the Florida inspector general's office who found that this Rebecca Jones character had unsubstantiated claims where she said that she was asked to change the death count in the case count and manipulate the Florida COVID dashboard But her claims were eaten up by the mainstream media She even was able to leverage this lie into a congressional campaign against Matt Gaetz down in Florida And we now know of course that all of that was not true and why were they so quick to pick up on what Rebecca Jones was saying because they didn't want to accept the fact that Florida had bucked all of these restrictive pandemic public health restrictions and still had better outcomes than the vast majority of the country It went against everything that they believed in in terms of controlling people during the COVID-19 outbreak

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Who Is 'Putin's Playbook' Author Rebekah Koffler?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Who Is 'Putin's Playbook' Author Rebekah Koffler?

"Let's talk to our very special America first, one on one guest in studio Rebecca coughler. Welcome back. Thank you very much. Such a pleasure to be here with you and your America first American patriots. Thank you kindly with so glad to have you here because you have a new book that you have written the forward to. It is, where's my main camera? It is zelensky, the first major profile of Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky, the unlikely Ukrainian hero who defied Putin and united the world written by Andrew urban and Chris McLeod and with your forward before we jump into the book which full disclosure is from my publishers the great regret and I didn't even know about it, but I'm glad it has appeared today being launched today. For those who missed your prior appearances on the show, walk us through your credentials, your work with the CIA, the DIA, and your expertise on Russia. Just give us a summary of your bio Rebecca. Sure. I served as a cine intelligence officer for Russian doctrine and strategy in the defense intelligence agency, which is the military counterpart to CIA. We provide support to our war fighters. And consequently, also to our commander in chief, who is in charge of our armed forces, I also worked with the central intelligence agencies national contestant service on the Russian target. So anything from Putin, his mindset, his goals. The national clandestine service, that's the renaming of the DO, the director of operations. So these aren't just the analysts, these are the actual offices who are doing operations overseas. 100% true. And I was proud to serve with these episodes that the most dedicated the most fearless and they are the ones who don't politicize intelligence that just want to do the mission and protect American people from foreign threats.

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Dinesh Chats With Rebekah Koffler, Author of 'Putin's Playbook'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh Chats With Rebekah Koffler, Author of 'Putin's Playbook'

"I'm delighted to welcome to the podcast Rebecca coughler. She's a Russian born U.S. intelligence expert. She's worked with the defense intelligence agency with the CIA. She's briefed The Pentagon and she is the author of an important book called Putin's playbook. Russia's secret plan to defeat America, Rebecca, thanks for joining me, delighted to have you, I want to talk about Russia and Ukraine. But before I do that, I'd like people to get to know you a little better. You grew up in Russia. Talk a little bit about your kind of formative years and then when you or your family move to America. Sure, thank you for having me. I'm so delighted to be here with you and your audience. Yes, I was born and raised behind the iron curtain in the former Soviet Union. And my parents never agreed with the service system and they were raising me to go to America eventually. They encouraged me to learn English, which I did from third grade. And then all through high school and then I went to the university in Moscow and I learned some more. And eventually, in 1989, I came to America just like my mother wanted me. The land of freedom and justice and opportunity and after September 11th, I really wanted to go serve in the intelligence community and I became an intelligence officer DIA and I worked with CIA as well.

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How Putin's Rat-Infested Childhood Shaped His Philosophy on War

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 3 months ago

How Putin's Rat-Infested Childhood Shaped His Philosophy on War

"I wanted to discuss interesting article written by an author who has studied Vladimir Putin. Her name is Rebecca coughler. Her book is called Putin's playbook, Russia's secret plan to defeat America. And she has an article in the New York Post, which kind of made me chuckle when I first read the title. It's called how Putin's rat infested childhood shaped his philosophy on war. And I'll get to the article in the moment, I want you to make what you will of it, but in general, I'm not a fan of this mode of reasoning. I'm calling it the sort of the psychological attempt, often delving back into childhood. You know, it's things like, you know, Hitler was on love, there's a child, you know, Mussolini didn't receive proper toilet training. You know, this kind of attempt to account for the behavior of world leaders. I think is generally a little bit suspect. But what I find interesting about this article is it does contain some details about Putin, the man, and as I say, the impact of these kind of anecdotes on his behavior now, I'll leave you to sort of figure out. Apparently Putin grew up poor. Now in this he was not unusual, Soviet communism was a complete disaster. There were shortages of all kinds of basic goods. You lived in cramped rat infested apartments, and Putin was no exception. He was apparently a Young Thug on the streets of Russia. And he lived in a communal apartment in what was then Leningrad. And many other families kind of shared bathrooms. They had no individual bathrooms. And no hot water and apparently a rather malodorous toilet and Putin, in fact, would describe. This is coming, by the way, out of Putin's own memoirs, which are called first person, Putin talks about when he run up the stairs to go to the bathroom. They were rats all over the place, and Putin with a stick would have to fight off these rats and run away from them, and after a while he kind of almost got into a battle apparently with these rats, so he would face them and they would attack him and then he would S.W.A.T. them away and he, according to this article, got the idea here that the way to beat these rats was never to

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Leftist Journalist Questions Progressive Thinking Over School Closings

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Leftist Journalist Questions Progressive Thinking Over School Closings

"An Oakland based journalist Rebecca bodenheimer wrote a piece in Politico, how school closures made me question my progressive politics. At some political. June 26th, 2020 was the day I went public with just how angry I was about my son's school closing down for COVID. When my life hasn't been the same since. I began to sense a difference between my own feelings and those of my mom's text group, which included 9 of us whose kids had gone to preschool together since they were two years old. The kids were 8 at the time. These were the parents of my son's closest friends. We even had a name for our group. The mummy Gus.

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School Closings Shift Left Leaning Mom's Beliefs

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 5 months ago

School Closings Shift Left Leaning Mom's Beliefs

"So I'm holding in my baby Brown libertarian fingers and article from political. Politico was started by people that left The Washington Post. You can't get a job at The Washington Post unless you're liberal, so it's also a center left publication. I'm not quite sure it's as bad as the Atlantic, but it's probably in the same in the same neighborhood. It's written by a woman named Rebecca bodenheimer and the headline is how school closures made me question my progressive politics. Yesterday we talked about this woman Angie Schmidt from the Atlantic, why I soured on the Democrats went over that. This one is another person who says I've been left leaning all my life. Huge left. Sub headline, I've never felt more alienated from the Liberal Democrat circles. Did I usually call home? And it's all about how the school shut down, and as a result, her son began to lose ground.

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

08:04 min | 8 months ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to you. Rebecca sounds reveille. This show is going to be something. I think you and others around you are gonna absolutely be able to relate to because my guest today. Your guest today has spent the better part of her life. Her adult life enduring fine. Can you think about the fine of things in your life. Well when she finally admitted that things weren't actually fine. She decided she wanted better and she just did. What many of us do. She crippled herself with excuses and she took her struggles and wore them as badges of honour. Many of us do that and really. She's gonna tell us why that this isn't okay. But she convinced herself that because of those struggles she was destined always to just live fine so when she finally decided to start letting go of the stories and not let her pass define who. She is in all of the things that she could achieve. Life just became extraordinary. And this is where you come in. Because that's what we wanna do with. You is help. Make your life extraordinary and not let the coat of these badges. Keep us while down in under so she is a host of her own show a motivational speaker and with us. Today is karston marie. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here. I am too because you've got a message. That is so identifiable to so many people. I think we have been sort of wired from very young ages to accept things that are less than excellent agreed. Agreed and i think it's very subtle we don't even notice happening rates In a lot of different ways where. I just had this conversation actually with my mom the day we were talking about something and she's like well how do we. How do we change that for like my daughters or granddaughters. I'm i said letting them choose. Even when we don't agree rate. I think ca- so often as children adults are telling us what to do when we we lose sight of our own intuition our own trust in ourselves so we start saying opium when my mom says that. This is what's best for me. I'm just gonna go with that. Oh my own were teenagers. it's oh well my friends are telling me. This is what's best for me something to go with that and by adulthood. That's just our standard operating procedure is to look around us and say oh well the joneses down the streets you know. Their grass is greener. And this is how they're doing. So i better do that. And the switch just becomes this constant thing and we don't even realize it until all of a sudden in like i always tell people like my life was fine. I left college. I built that picket fence life and it was fine until it wasn't and it came crashing down and i think unfortunately it's washington that's what happens right we settle for it until it just falls apart. I think a lot of people find themselves having tried to achieve or the expectation of someone else was so great that we wanted to focus on pleasing that other person and pushing down the things that we thought would make us truly happy inside and present. The question comes win. Is it at different for different. People win is it that we come to that point when go. I am not going to do this anymore. The challenging part of that though is if a person hasn't thought about all of these things going on internally. Why how how did i get here. What am i gonna wanna do after. I've identified this concern if it's not done right. It can really leave a challenge in the person's personal relationship works relationship and other areas which pull them back from where they're at now and so you have ways that you're equipping people with so that that doesn't happen. Yeah absolutely you know. I i tell people i i'm also coach nice with the women i work with. I always tell them. I'm here so you don't have to go through what i went through because i did that. I waited until everything crumbled around me. And then i went on this like massive. I don't know to watch hdtv. But i like went on this massive renovation project of my life and it literally metaphorically speaking toward all down to the stutz and it's been very difficult right like you said it's relationships and finances and jobs and my own personal development like it. It was like. I threw the baby out with the bathwater. And now i'm starting all over and i want to help women or or men i suppose Not have to go through that big of a struggle right. There's things that you can do to build on it a little bit every day. And that's where. I started to find success and momentum these for myself and with some of my clients that i've worked with where you know finding those getting that clarity. Think is the biggest. I always tell people like okay. You spite your whole life following what everybody else says. What do you really want and in. There's some honest conversations you have to have with yourself and then really using that vision as sort of your gps your roadmap every single day to set intentions and and to know that. I'm not just because. I've made this decision that i want a different life doesn't mean i'm going to wake up tomorrow and it's going to be different. I have to start becoming a different person in order to build that different lights right. I think what you're saying is so true and that one of the most important things is when you said these small changes every day He 'cause oftentimes we think. I've got to change this. And there's this drastic thing some people go and they'll just cut off their parents right new personnel and it's not as effective as when we take the time to begin to change the habits that we've already had made along the way and start placing new things in. It are far more healthy and get us in a direction where we wanna go and the whole thing is really like you said renovating ourselves so that we know what we want to become and is really hard. It's it's very challenging. And i think like i said i think one of the hardest things. Is you really have to be willing to admit to yourself. I that things are okay and second that you were alluding to this. I haven't maybe had habits. Or i haven't been the version of myself. Who has the life. That i truly am seeking right. I didn't live a life of someone who ran her own business. That's not who. I wasn't a passion so i've had to evolve and change habits and become a new version of myself and i've had to you know. Visualize what do i vision a person like that kauai Visit them being who are they. What do they want to do every day. And how does she act in. What happens does she have in. It's almost like your own little internal research project. It's very yeah. Great varying out that we do this with other relationships so as.

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California oil spill believed to be much smaller than originally feared

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

California oil spill believed to be much smaller than originally feared

"A Coast Guard official says the size of an oil spill confirmed on October second off southern California is thought to be about one fifth of what was initially feared when it off shore pipeline cracked and leaked off the coast of Huntington beach California officials estimate this bill could have been as much as a hundred and thirty two thousand gallons but now port commander in Coast Guard captain Rebecca war says the figure is believed to be closer to the lower estimate of twenty five thousand gallons write him a California state environmental scientist said the size of tar balls being collected has diminished from the early days of the spill officials say the cause of the leak remains under investigation but the pipeline could have been damaged by a ship anchor months before it ruptured I'm

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Container ships probed in California oil spill

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Container ships probed in California oil spill

"Mike Rossi are reporting a small crack in the pipeline may have delayed detection of the oil spill off southern California's coast nearly a week into the response and investigation of the pipeline rupture that spilled tens of thousands of crude oil into Pacific Ocean waters along the southern California coastline the extent of the spill remains unclear we have five agencies federal and state that looked at numbers an independently verified that the minimum amount of oil released in the environment is five hundred eighty barrels that number could go up at a Thursday afternoon news conference U. S. Coast Guard captain Rebecca Orr said video and images of the ruptured pipeline may explain why the leak was initially difficult to detect what it looks like when you see it in the photos is as

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FOIA Requests Should Flood AG Garland Regarding Conflict of Interest With Panorama

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 9 months ago

FOIA Requests Should Flood AG Garland Regarding Conflict of Interest With Panorama

"Federal freedom of information actually quest to be flooding into the United States Department of Justice demanding all kinds of texts emails records of any kind any communications of any kind between the attorney general of the United States And representatives of or the company panorama Legal insurrection website Mary Chastain attorney general Garland is weaponized the FBI and other Department of Justice departments Against parents protesting against critical race theory in the schools Garland mentioned threats harassment and intimidation but did not cite any real examples Flux like Garland is a conflict of interest His daughter Rebecca married xa N X and Tanner cofounder panorama In 2018 The group parents defending education PDE found out panorama has multi-million dollar contracts with school districts PDE that's the group Parents defending education previously flagged a $1.8 million contract for panorama to conduct social and emotional learning SEL monitoring and fairfax county public schools in Virginia This is the biggest county in the state Resulting in data on students Early in September that number was bumped up to more than $2 million as part of a contract edition What panorama Panoramas contract was part of a broader $78.8 million investment Of coronavirus relief that the fairfax county public schools directed towards a welcoming and culturally responsive environment for students Its website explains that the funding is intended to support equity professional development for school teams social emotional staff to work directly with departments and school based teams

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As California frantically works to clean oil spill, advocates say the damage is already done

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

As California frantically works to clean oil spill, advocates say the damage is already done

"And oil spill off of Orange County southern California could keep beaches and fishing they're closed for weeks respondents have doubled their efforts to clean up an oil spill off of Huntington beach according to U. S. Coast Guard captain Rebecca or we have a fleet of boats out there that are using containment boom to isolate that oil and collected and what we call scammers the suspected pipeline leaks at a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude into the ocean waters following the sands from Huntington to Laguna beach and heading southward environmentalists had feared that will might devastate birds and marine life that Michael's a Carty he's a veterinarian with the oiled wildlife care network said only four birds have been found so far amplify energy operates three oil platforms and the sixteen inch pipeline suspected in the league we have isolated one specific area of significant interest we

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Maryland newspaper gunman gets more than 5 life prison terms

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Maryland newspaper gunman gets more than 5 life prison terms

"The man found guilty of the shot gun killings of five people at the capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis Maryland has been sentenced to life without parole the assault was one of the worst attacks on journalists in U. S. history in June of twenty eighteen Jarrod Ramos hunted down staffers of the capital Gazette's newspaper office a jury found Ramos criminally responsible for killing Wendi winters John McNamara Gerald Fishman rob Hyson and Rebecca Smith and today and Anna Rundle county judge sentenced him to more than five life sentences without the possibility of parole the judge was crystal clear that Jarrod Ramos should never be allowed to walk out of prison ever state's attorney and cold blooded spoke to reporters he regretted not being able to kill more of the victims capital Gazette photographer Paul Gillespie says the sentencing doesn't erase the pain that someone wants me everyday Montana winters Geimer is the daughter of windy winters the person that took her from us will never breathe freedom again I'm Jennifer king

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Woke Crowd Cries Racism After 'Slave Play' Tony Awards Snub

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 9 months ago

Woke Crowd Cries Racism After 'Slave Play' Tony Awards Snub

"For a theater geek like me like me. Last night was the like the super bowl because it was the tony awards. I've got a friend in moulin rouge actually a few friends in moulin rouge and moulin rouge the musical. The huge winner. I was really really excited for danny burstein. Zeya a new york actor. He had just a horrific year. he's one of the stars of moulin rouge on broadway. And he's been a broadway actor for and he and his wife. Rebecca luker a real beloved couple rebecca. His wife got ls and both of them got cove head and she died last december. This past december. So he's back on stage with moulin rouge. He won his first. Tony award very gracious speech. And there's a huge controversy about the play side not the musical side you got you got musicals and you got you got plays right and the play that was expected to clean up at. The tonys was a play called slave plane. I know people who saw it and said it was a incoherent mess. It's just. I don't even know what it's about something about. It's all woke stuff about race. It's race and sexuality and you know a lot of people. I know roy just didn't like it at all but you know the woke crowd of new york being the wo- crowd it was nominated for. I think i think twelve tony awards. It was completely shut out. It didn't win a single tony so now of course come the accusations that the tony select selection committee is racist. Because everything's got to be racist. Everything is a lack of diversity. Everything about And of course. New york's broadway community is about the most diverse community in the world. But it's not enough for the woke crowd

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California wildfires burn into groves of giant sequoia trees

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

California wildfires burn into groves of giant sequoia trees

"Crews are trying to keep wild fires away from groves of giant sequoia trees in national parks and forests in California wildfires have made it to at least four girls of the agents a call yes some two thousand years old and two hundred feet in height colony fire spokesperson Rebecca Patterson says some of the oldest and most well known sequoias are being wrapped in a fire retardant blanket structural rap on which is typically used to protect buildings from the possibility of fire on around the bases of giant sequoia trees she says that includes the best known of the giant trees the general Sherman tree which is the largest living tree in the world the fire is about a mile from the giant forest officials don't know yet the extent of damage caused to the other girls which are in remote hard to reach areas I'm Tim acquire

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Global Economy Projected to Show Fastest Growth in 50 Years

UN News

01:20 min | 10 months ago

Global Economy Projected to Show Fastest Growth in 50 Years

"The world is on course to register the fastest growth in fifty years after the pandemic induced downturn. But only the wealthiest countries stand to benefit. Human economists said on wednesday a new report from the un trade and development body unctad maintained at this partial rebound happen because wealthy countries have spent their way out of trouble but this has not been possible for poorer nations whose economies have been hit much harder by cave nineteen down the two thousand and eight to nine financial crisis said unctad secretary general rebecca greenspan. We are seeing now extremely accommodative. Monetary policies in huge fiscal packages utilized by countries with currencies reserve status in the meantime developing regions who spending packages. Where but a fraction are already having to cut back. Some of their spending and increase their interest rate in reaction to the fears of increase inflation. In chris in debt ratios and the prospect of a new adverse cycle in financial markets. The young touchy highlighted that global economic growth was likely to be highly uneven and that next year it is likely to slow significantly with incomes trailing three point seven percent below pre pandemic levels

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Biden's Business Vaccine Mandate and the Legal Challenges It May Face

The World and Everything In It

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Biden's Business Vaccine Mandate and the Legal Challenges It May Face

"Last thursday president biden announced sweeping vaccine mandates for four categories of americans workers in private companies. That have a one hundred or more employees. Most federal workers and federal contractors teachers and staff at federal programs related to education and finally healthcare workers at facilities that receive money from medicare or medicaid. All in all the mandates cover about one hundred million american workers. If they don't comply they could face getting fired. World's sarah weinsberg reports in some respects. Rebecca wasn't all that surprised by the binding administration's new vaccine mandate she figured the government would require federal employees and maybe even medical workers to get back sedated. But she was surprised. Her company got caught up in the requirements. Rebecca works for an appliance repair business in washington state. It has about one hundred thirty employees. Were not using her last name to protect her job. I don't think anybody thought that it would be mandated for private employers. Especially see i think. I am a little surprised on that. Rebecca doesn't want to get the vaccine. She and her husband had been struggling with infertility for the past two years. She's concerned about how it could affect her hormones. she also doesn't want to get it for religious and political reasons. I don't feel like the government should be telling us what her husband works at a hospital. So he's also affected by the mandate if the federal government is able to implement its vaccine requirements. They could both lose their jobs. So life is up in the air. But that's a big if says jonathan inward. He's an attorney who specializes in health law. Claims he says the biden administration mandates violate the constitution as well as federal law for those who have natural immunity. This likely violates the protection clause of the constitution it likely violates the tenth amendment and as applied to the states that would violate what's called the anti commandeering doctrine

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The Federal Government Sells Flood-Prone Homes to Often Unsuspecting Buyers, NPR Finds

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:47 min | 10 months ago

The Federal Government Sells Flood-Prone Homes to Often Unsuspecting Buyers, NPR Finds

"Climate. Change is driving more severe flooding across the country. The latest example being from the northeast united states but an npr investigation finds the top. Federal housing agency is selling flood-prone holmes to families without fully disclosing the risk at the same time the federal government is spending millions of dollars to move people out a flood zones rebecca hersher from. Npr's climate team is here rebecca. We're talking about the. Us department of housing and urban development hud. What did your investigation find. Well how'd is mainly known for subsidized rental housing but also sells homes and we found that thousands of those homes around the country are located in flood zones and the people who buy them generally. Don't get any information about flood risk until after they've decided to buy and that raises a lot of questions about how hood is dealing with climate change. Climate change is caused residential flood damage in the. Us to skyrocket. Hud's mission is to provide safe affordable housing so hud says it's important to sell these homes for low prices in make sure they don't sit vacant but many of the housing experts we spoke with said it's very concerning that it'd be selling homes that are prone to flooding and basically allowing families to move into harm's way. Where are these homes located. You said they were all around the us any particular hot spots. Yes so i should say. These are houses that were foreclosed on by banks and then handed over to hud to be sold an. Npr analyzed data from twenty seventeen to twenty twenty. It's nearly one hundred thousand homes that hud sold and in that time. Hud sold flood-prone houses in almost every state but there were hot spots as you said so louisiana florida and new jersey all stuck out a larger proportion of the homes that hud sold in those states. Were in flood zones.

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Author Rebekah Lyons on Depression and Consumer Addiction

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | 10 months ago

Author Rebekah Lyons on Depression and Consumer Addiction

"Rebecca have to ask you. You know you say that in the devotional you deal with your own battles openly with anxiety and depression And i talked about that. That i talk about those things openly too because i never really dealt with anxiety but with depression series depression because you want people to know lots of people deal with this stuff and it's really hard but one thing you have on your list that you deal with a battle to deal with consumer impulses kind of like worrying about what other people think. I think a lot of people who they look like. Oh that's really wonderful christian person and they must have everything going on fine but if they're dealing with what what other people think too much You don't really notice it if they're dealing with consumer impulses people go on. That's just that's normal. We all shop. Or why did you list that here. And how do you. What do you mean by that. Because i do think. That's like one of those things where we can be released secretly and unconsciously. It's not like we're overtly sinning but in our hearts were giving something over that belongs to god in the end. These are all coping mechanisms. I believe that mask pain and so we're just looking for something that will give us that quick fix where we're a little less sad or a little less depressed or a little less anxious and so i come at this topic with a lot of compassion because so many people are in these categories. I mean we all have had life kinda thrown at us that looks different than because as a result of fall. That's just that's just the truth. And so the acceptance of that still comes back to going. Am i trying to numb out. Am i trying to escape through whatever that coping mechanism looks like you could call it. Consumer impulses are just like shopping online. It could be a netflix binge. It could be just too much wine. It could be anything and it's more going. What are we. What are we reaching to to numb out or to escape versus coming to god and going god. Here is the the lament of my heart. Here's the longing or the loss that i feel. I think sometimes we. We don't give god that brutal honesty because we fear that it's not a righteous or holy way to engage

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to rebecca. sounds reveille. yes we have back today. This is a really great because we have somebody who is known all across the region as that little ball of joint and that she is we have had her now on and she is a regular returning guests who really has been so inspirational so many people not only in her age group as a girl manure and a bestselling author actually more than that now and a motivational speaker but to our age group to all across the board. She brings so much motivation to table. It is fantastic. She's in speaker. An actress a voiceover talent teen influence her and she has really been just continuing to be on the move. She's got more stuff that we're gonna talk about today. We also wanna talk about her new book and that we really want to go over this again. This is going to be a lot of fun and more. So let's bring ariana fox back on welcome to the show. Thank you so much becca so great to have you on as usual..

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Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:24 min | 11 months ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Get involved in what what goes on so they get idea. It's an basically groups are great because there's no charge to get into the group great. Yes there's not so it is group and you When you enter in specific questions really very basic just nice to know you know eater bullied. So just be polite. And we're all entrepreneurs autumn entrepreneurs of all entrepreneurs we share chimps best practices. We share stories reshare frustrations reshare every friday share success so every friday and make sure that we share our biggest ran for the week. How to so important to be able to celebrate exotic excess. Little success and everyday of the week is really different topic. I share a lot of value as year a lot of different topics about how signed your ideal client a language that we use in sales it is no more strategic to speaking to your ideal clients and then we also do goals every sunday at his really important that we all share our goals of each other's the weekend hold each other accountable and then there's this a lot of other stuff in between so this is exciting now. Do you share a little bit about the hell coaching as far as like weight loss. Because you you're an incredible story billboard for doing the right thing inc yo and you sweet. Thank you have several other health and wellness coaches in there as well. And that's really how i got started and reduce share health and wellness success stories can what's going on in that space. While on my own personal. Facebook page i share in instagram. I share right help. We will this journey as well. I i am really embracing this for my own invert for my own personal issues professional issues. I've got to tell you. I love this and i want all of you to as well so definitely connect with aaron. Because she's going to really do. I mean just even in the small nuggets that you're gonna get you're gonna find a lot of a lot of really good things so i wanna thank you for being with us today. I am jazzed. I've had a lot of fun these jail. This is fantastic. Oh and i can't wait to have you on again soon. So real will have you back awesome anytime any sun and i wanna thank all of you for tuning into another episode. rebecca sales. Reveille make sure that your friends family. Everybody you know and as you know what i say. Everybody you don't is connected with erin because this is stuff that's going to really be able to fast forward launch. Do different things with your life with your career in you are going to really enjoy life because of it. Thanks for tuning into another episode chow cornell..

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

08:13 min | 11 months ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Well to rebecca's downs reveille. I am absolutely static today. Because i've got somebody who is going to really be able to make your life different and why because it's gonna push you through some things that maybe didn't know. Based on what she does she's assailants issues. A sales executive for food and safety firm held a wellness coach. Podcast show host. She holds an early childhood education degree from miami university and she spent well more than half her career field in the field of operational excellence. And this is assisting businesses such as chick-fil-a target regal cinema and she's been able to provide them with tools and resources on how to operate and grow their brands. So we're talking big. Stop here which means you're gonna learn a lot today. She's really well-versed and Well known for a lot of different things. Different types of facets of sales marketing quality assurance is super important. Because we're really lacking that right now. She's also very well versed in hiring and training along. Strategic business and budget needs herschel. You as a small business or a home business Person are going to be able to pick up a lot of tips and tricks from her. You're going to absolutely love it. She has really brought ourselves techniques and process to coaching program. That's headed with her passion and towards helping others In coaching and business owners. And like you and i. We've got businesses that we do ourselves. So i wanna bring her on and make sure that you get connected here all that. She has an all issues passionate out with knee. Aaron rector welcome to the show magazine. I'm so excited to be here today. I am excited too. Because one of the things. I really love to do is bring tools and resources out to people who in use those strategies to just allow forward in life and start moving ahead at a faster pace because sometimes instead of trying to reinvent the wheel ourselves if easier were being guided by a mentor or unit any even a virtual mentor. That is able to say. Hey i been here. Here's something that you can do. Try this and you just you just start rapidly. Making a difference in your world in this is so so important and you do it. I do i do it really in every facet of my life super exciting. That you ray by the onset baheren in talk about that because they it's super important in you know moving forward. It's great yeah. I it is. How did you get started in sales. Because i know one of your things is head of the quote about overcoming the sales e stereotypes. Yeah so that's exactly it. I actually thought a career in sales for really long time. I always been told that. I would agree that it and had opportunities before. And i turned it down. I turned down for years and i just i. You know like a lot of people. I talked to his low. Have image in my head of a used car salesman whose you know. Smoking is your ad trying to sell you. The lisa johnson revere that has you know three wheels in you know doesn't run so this is the image that i think a lot of us haven't her head and i thought it for years i got connected with someone from from a past life past career and had reached out. We had a wonderful conversation and he said you know. I think he'd be great for organization. You have all the values that we have. We have a position open. It's in sales and i- instilling her in shows. Like i love this though a seriously i was just like adult this not what i wanted to hear so i slept with him than i spoke. Some of his colleagues is actually now my bosses and they really you know Remember even having the conversation repair she. You're gonna be granted. This and i'm like you're supposed to say that you're in sales. And she said no seriously. You're going to be amazing. So i took the leap of faith i jumped in. I can tell you that my only regret is that i didn't do it sooner. I delayed i love it. I love my job. I just it was. It was a game changer. And i do don't have regrets in life but i will say that they do wish our sales in something that in benefit us on a multitude of levels and it really helps communication. It helps with rhyming our circle. The it's not just about driving Products like the used car salesman does. Here's so much more to this because we're selling ourselves and if we look at our our own person our own personal stuff is a brand exactly. I love the that. Yeah it's just i. It's really interesting too because having those skills allows you to be able to get in the door and a lot of different arenas and so many people don't realize that having that skill will always give you sort of a plant another plan if something doesn't work out. Businesses are always looking to grow and sales as their number one strategy. Absolutely so this is exciting. So you've been doing this for a very long time. We've been building major brands and a lot of people don't realize who's behind all that. How did these people get door. they are. They're just this multi million or billion dollar corporation nasa. That's a great question. Do not everybody has to start somewhere and i think that the real key is you know once you grow and you obviously have to have a solid breen message a brand mission brand purpose and you know i can dig a one in particular you know through. Cathy was always very open about his career in how he built chick-fil-a from the ground up and he was a true salesman he really was he his brand by building partnerships. He built a partnership with ford That was right across the street from his first ever wasn't called chick-fil-a at the time he brought those relationships in what we have today so from an operational excellence. Gm point we they come up with their standards in their brand mission as a company and they were hired go in and ensure that they are operating or the standards. So it's really fascinating job in it was. It was one of the best jobs. I've ever had any really gave me the tolls. I need to be successful as in sales because it taught me all about building relationships and really understanding how the core of different businesses operate. It's really interesting that you talk about chick-fil-a because if there is a brand that shows that their mission and their values insists name changes in the social climate and still be respected. It is that brand absolutely absolutely e- the ari'el the staff and because just them fulfilling these things in such a in a way that they have built relationships. It's been able to work very well. And i think that's the key that you said in so you have really been able to acquire in amass.

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to rebecca's sounds reveille show. Today i have for you. Because we have a guest who's in actress screenwriter. An artist a model. She's also worked for several radio stations and she has known for many of her roles in documentaries shorts feature films voiceovers to include these be chronicles and she is also known for her cover art locals in other artwork or a lot of entertainment films. You may see some behind her right now. She's just got this vibrant helmet of talent. She's also musician and she stays active. This is so injuring to me. Just as active in supporting causes such as the prevention of bullying and child abuse. I'm so absolutely delighted to have her with us today. Because you're going to just gain so much joy and excitement from the things that she does. You're going to want to get on board with me today. I have kim mysterious. Welcome to the show. I i am doing fantastic. And i'm so excited to have you here because you have such a palette of talents and so many people just wish that they had just a missile of the things that you're able to do. Let me first start out asking you. How did you get started. Because i know around six years old. There were some things that you were doing in the industry that were pretty pretty amazing now got started because i like walking along. The old shows you now like i. Will we see and bewitched and things like that. In when i was about six years old. You know. I was watching bewitched. And you know the munsters in Craw than all that stuff you know and and i was just just really connected with the facial expressions and just all i love lucy with the is and dissolve the league choices that he made that in. I just started acting up really early and just started entertaining. Twenty four hours a day. You know at my own family. It just became army so That's pretty much how i started acting just been just felt like it. Was you know like..

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to rebecca's sounds reveille show. Today i have for you. Because we have a guest who's in actress screenwriter. An artist a model. She's also worked for several radio stations and she has known for many of her roles in documentaries shorts feature films voiceovers to include these be chronicles and she is also known for her cover art locals in other artwork or a lot of entertainment films. You may see some behind her right now. She's just got this vibrant helmet of talent. She's also musician and she stays active. This is so injuring to me. Just as active in supporting causes such as the prevention of bullying and child abuse. I'm so absolutely delighted to have her with us today. Because you're going to just gain so much joy and excitement from the things that she does. You're going to want to get on board with me today. I have kim mysterious. Welcome to the show. I i am doing fantastic. And i'm so excited to have you here because you have such a palette of talents and so many people just wish that they had just a missile of the things that you're able to do. Let me first start out asking you. How did you get started. Because i know around six years old. There were some things that you were doing in the industry that were pretty pretty amazing now got started because i like walking along. The old shows you now like i. Will we see and bewitched and things like that. In when i was about six years old. You know. I was watching bewitched. And you know the munsters in Craw than all that stuff you know and and i was just just really connected with the facial expressions and just all i love lucy with the is and dissolve the league choices that he made that in. I just started acting up really early and just started entertaining. Twenty four hours a day. You know at my own family. It just became army so That's pretty much how i started acting just been just felt like it. Was you know like..

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"The audience out there both on audio and video to connect with you on i g you want these do all of the things is tell the audience exactly what you would like to do dating age because you gotta go inaugural thank you brisk I would definitely say on yet. Like dislike rebecca said Checkout all social media accounts imposed either making and our love love love see comments and things. Obviously when this comes out you guys i mean sabre black is out and ready to boom and i really really would. It would make day to see any kind of comments or reviews or anything specific from you guys. You know it's always. They always kind of joke about it. But it's true that any author or view will dislike make wednesday and we'll If you want to win the heart of an author read review but it's so true Comments view ask character ask questions about characters are plot or whatever because i love questions some people. Don't i do. And i absolutely love abortion. So yeah all that stuff would totally be awesome to engage and you are really good about engaging on social media in it being you. It's not a social media manager. You handle your social media very very well and so i think that that's just another really great component because people are actually able to connect with you and and you're making things happen. Now let me ask you a question to if someone wants an autograph copy to go to your website in or exactly exactly what she said for autographs copy it will be. It is available on will be available. But it's hard with all these like it will be in. Israel wasn't is with with this broadcast. It's going to be out. So where can we go get it okay so you are going to see it on and you can go buy on arianna. Fox dot com. That's a r. I n f apparatus dot com that students and And you can find that and get it for a personalized. Signed copy from me. So yeah absolutely. That would be fun for your book club by the way live on starting them or if you want summer reading program telco down to your library and say i want to start a summer reading club. Go down a library ends at signed coffee or you can use that as a giveaway as an incentive to get your group going and things like that so anything that you might want to do it would get things going in your community with this and you're not sure what we can do to help you. Just give me or contact area. A give me a call. Contact hurts the m or any message on any platform. She's gonna get with you. Well i never way to make this work for you so that you can really Inspire some other people. I want to thank you so much for being on again today. You have had so many things going on and guess what there's more common so we're going to be seeing you again here pretty soon. Yes i am so excited number. Why it's such an honor to be on for third time now. It's crazy. But i cannot wait to have a fourth Your august is incredible. So i'm so happy to be on larry honored. I'm honored to because the things that you do just fall in line with my philosophy in life and that's helping others and really making people rise to the top and because you're doing it at the age you're doing and with a group age group that you're doing it just to me is a just touches my soul and so i thank you for everything that you're doing and your time when you come on and so we're going to continue. Make things happen all right. I'm so excited. Thank you all right now. And i think all of you for tuning into another episode. Rebecca sounds reveille definitely. Make sure that you can act and get this information out to people in your community those that you know if you have grandchildren that are in school. Sixth grade seventh grade eighth grade on ob. Just get this book in their hands. Go down the community library talk to your educators in your area also to see if he can make it as part of the reading program because the value in this being installed in this novel is something. That's really important. I thank you for tuning in. And i asked you to get this out to everybody that you know on social media in your local and everybody that you thanks for joining..

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Rebecca Sounds Reveille

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Love it those are the two places definitely got to connect with nicole. You've got to see what she's got going on led her inspire you and overcoming any type of fears. That have held you back from doing something that you wanted to do. Whether or not you have a support system or not because you'll get one. I mean just like where she's at now from where it began as some like this little secret thing and the before shaming or it in now this is just something that has made incredible difference in her life. When those things happen you are filled with competence. New dr positively hope and the doors open for you in many money many other aspects so nicole. Thank you so much for being on the show today. And i really want the audience to connect with you so we will make sure that these links are also in the description boxes on everywhere that this show can be spoke seen and heard will take you so so much for having me supplies. You're talking to you. You've been absolutely wonderful. So thank you again. Oh thank you. And i wanna thank all of you for tuning into another episode of rebecca. Sounds reveille whatever you dream is whatever. You're feeling inspired to do. Don't let anything hold you back to let anybody hold you back. We spend too much time in our lives. Listening to the negative feedback of other people. Some are just envious and those things will keep us being held back that happened. Surround yourself with people are going to be positive. Influences continue to connect with people who want to help inspire. You also an you know how to do that with nicole. So not only. Do we want you to connect. We want you to make sure that your friends and family everybody on social media does all those that you know in those. You don't get the information out there. Thanks for tuning in..

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Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"In. Yeah so and that is at pro-growth. Va dot com slash mastermind. That was simple. thanks. I love it. I think this is fantastic. Because there's so many different ways so different platforms not only from your own personal website. But through other media that those who really want to grow and develop deeper and more meaningful things going on in their life and in their networking and everything about it all away around making well rounded really be well rounded. They can connect with you on so many different so many ways. So i'm pretty excited about that. And i want to also thank you so much for taking out time from your day to meet with us here today. Talk about all of these different things because your passion is the same as mine. And that's all about helping others and a your specific help more people better. I love this. I love it i love it and And i just want to thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you so much. Rebecca at a. It's no trouble at all because these kinds of conversations. I enjoy and if i might add. I firmly believed that relationships community are the currency of the future. So i'm always happy to sit down and have these kinds of conversations that are impactful in hopefully impactful for someone else. I feel the same way. So thank you again so much. And i want to thank all of you for tuning into another episode of rebecca sounds reveille missed it. Go to pro rothe. Va dot com. You're gonna find everything you need there. But you're also going to be able to connect with dan and find all the different social media platforms these. He's on you need to connect with them. Because there's something a little bit different that you're gonna find from. It's not just a cookie cutter template everywhere you go and you're going to be able to grow so you definitely want to connect with him see what he's doing. Get on board with it. This is a lot of fun. You're unifying joy that you haven't had maybe for a little while in areas that you thought. Wow that hasn't been working for me for a long time. And i'm feeling i'm starting to feel good now and things are going to be making a difference in right now with the climate that we've been in. This is the time with springtime so let's blossom. Connect with him everywhere. You can make sure you connect with the rebecca sounds reveille and me personally on all the other platforms. You're gonna find me just about everywhere. And i hope that you will take a few minutes to pass along the information to your friends. Your family your loved ones everybody that you know on social media and everybody you don't thanks for tuning in today..

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Rebecca Sounds Reveille

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"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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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"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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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"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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Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"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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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

19:50 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"I mean it You have actually wait wait thirty years not thirty six thirty years thirty years and you have also three and just to finish off what I just said it's like if you're say twenty three thirty five and then somebody tells you oh you're going to die at the age of forty two what happened just by them planting that seed in your brain you could create this if you believe in what that person just said you could create this to become a self fulfilling prophecy so you know your body starts to build up to that so once you once people have said to me you know already you know somebody told me I was GONNA die at this age but just like maybe the next year when I said don't worry just left a death sentence off you got many years ahead of you all of a sudden it changes everything you have a really good point there and oftentimes we don't about the self-fulfilling prophecy in fact many people don't even know that it exists and that we manifest these really negative things or situations because we has become so focused on one hundred percent yes at one hundred percent exists will thank you so much I really Austin we have a chance to have you back on the show I'm really excited about the things that we've talked about today because I would be conceded there's GonNa be some changes and that it's GonNa help many many people so thank you again artie now the power of life and the power of really is in take responsibility of your choices and your actions and if you want something bad enough to happen then if you project yourself out there with your action and with your emotional heart and God's will is your will to God's ears the my mouth that God God bless you Rebecca and may God bless everyone who's listening with lots of love health happiness and serenity and Prosperity thank you thank you so much and thank all of you for tuning in today I appreciate you very much and I asked that you share this with your friends your family your colleagues people that you know and those that you don't we definitely WANNA help people move in the direction that has forward an unhappy stay tuned for another episode of Rebecca Sounds Reveille thanks for watching the yeah.

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"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"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.

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