23 Burst results for "Romi"

"romi" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

Angela Yee's Lip Service

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"romi" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

"Least come visit, because America is so glorified on TV in Europe, the movies, the music, everything. You know, they always feed us like this American things. American there. American means it's good, you know? That's how we feel. Right. So I came here and I was like, I gotta do something. So like I said already, I didn't have a green card. It takes a long time now. It takes about two years to get your papers. And during that time, you can not get a legal job. You couldn't marry somebody, right? Well, yes, I could have married somebody for the sort of paper. But you still got a way to answer. You know they got the right. You know I love you. I watch every single spin off. And I follow all the blog pages. So you can't work without your social security. You can't do anything. So I had to hustle, like I said, I had to do the fetish wrestling. I had to do how did you even get into that? Like, how did you find out about it, you know? So once I started getting all this attention from men here, I hopped on Instagram and like I started getting followers, I don't know where because somehow it worked, it started working out for me. How long ago was that? That was three years ago. So I started getting all this attention all these DMs from it. Now they know because I've never experienced anything like this. So I was like, oh, fuck it. I gotta do something with that. So I registered on model mayhem and I put a little portfolio up online and started advertising myself that I'll do some gigs. I do some boudoir shoots and maybe like a little fashion shoot. Maybe like a glamour shoot, maybe like a and then from there, from there, it's actually an interesting story because this guy that originally hired me for the fetish wrestling thing..

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"romi" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"romi" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Are stronger when we're together we're stronger romi support each other and that's how we're gonna see a cultural shift. So yeah this is freaking dell. That was real fun. Thank you for having me. No worries tell people where they can find you. most active on instagram. So give me a follow. It's my name. Alex shower and i spell shame exactly the way it sounds there you go and did you wanna like plugging sponsors like say. Thank you to anybody you do. You need to me so big. Shout out to First off by employer athletic also pivot who is just pivot cycles. Who had just signed on with Earlier like a month ago a super excited to have their support And really excited to do more fun things with them and then also wild dry They've been such a huge support Got just feel really like so stoked to be a part of that community as well so And then big shout out to the women's for ride community y'all forgotten rock and it's just like the coolest thing sick. Yeah that's all great. I really wanna I think wild rise dope. I found them recently. Yeah i all those people businesses you explain their frigging rod but yes. Thank you so much alex. This was so rad. Anybody that wants to find alex's instagram link we will be adding that into our bio check out. This is the third episode of big energy. And it was great to have you here. We'll see next monday..

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"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Your one word. And what does it mean to you so. Every year i choose one word. This was one of the first things. Bill that i discovered when i was in that hotel room this concept of one word before it was a thing and i pick it every year and i also make sure that the word aligns with my priorities and goals this year. My word is better. I am committed to living better serving my priorities. Better tuning out the noise. Better being in touch with my emotions. Better focusing on my health. Better and being about light that i want to be in the world and if you think back over the last year what's the most important habit routine or belief that you've stopped that's brought you the most pleasure or personal satisfaction but that's a great question. This last year went. I stopped his is in my professional world in what i do. It's so visible and so many people are looking to me for daily inspiration and for coaching. I had to get relentless about redlining every single thing. That wasn't actually moving the needle. I had to read line the things that i was only doing because years ago. That's what i started. And that's what people kept expecting but it wasn't. It still wasn't working that weekly huge audio conference call which then became a video webinar every week for certain training it dawned on me. That was no longer needed. It was expected it fed my ego. If i'm being honest but it wasn't moving the needle and people sure as hell didn't need me every week when they had so many other things on their plate. So i cut it out and i only do them when. There's something extra special and important that i need to talk to them about roaming. You have been so generous in sharing your ideas and experiences on my quest the best. I wanna thank you so much for starting off with sharing your dad who needs sacrifices in order to fulfill his value in his purpose in his life and his relationships with his family and had an with urging to always go for what you always wanted thanks for sharing about the heart voice so that we could all tune in and listen for that to find out what we really want in life. Even more. you talked about and i went emphasize again. There is an epidemic of unrealistic expectation. And i hope that by listening to this reading your book and participating in your courses people can get the vaccination they need to protect them from this epidemic for these reasons in so many more. I want to thank you for joining me on my quest for the best. Thank you so much. I had a blast. Keep putting out this great podcast. They brought me before we say goodbye for now. Tell me where is that. We can find that warp at union work online checkout roaming new stat dot com lots of resources in a blog and love to have you part of the habit all community we will link to the vet so the people can join the community. They could participate in the offerings. And find out what you're up to. In addition will linked your social media and links to buy the book room new stat of. You can have it all just not at the same damn time. I wanna thank you once again for joining me on my quest for the best. Thank you stay well. Hi this is bill. And i hope you've enjoyed this podcast interview on my question. The best be sure to subscribe on apple podcasts. Google play stitcher or your favorite app so you never miss an episode full of stories tips and insights for the ambitious small business leader now. I have a quick request for you. Please go to apple podcasts. I tunes and give us a rating and review my team. And i really appreciate the feedback and we read every comment. Find out what you enjoy and what you want as we develop new content course materials and a few surprises that we have in store for you when you rate and review my quest for the best you help other small business leaders find us subscribe to the podcast and join the community you can get the insiders enewsletter for small business leaders by going to my quest for the best dot com we have chosen it challenging path to make a living and make a difference in the world and i believe it's important to share top notch resources with each other. Which is why you'll find new episodes from top thought leaders and small business experts on my question the best each week. Thanks for listening and being part of the community. See you on the next episode..

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"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Is over. Four hundred and fifty dollars an hour so it makes much more sense for me to be paying a virtual assistant twenty five dollars an hour to do all of these things that are consuming my time the admin busy work that someone else certainly could do to free me up to do more of the things that only i can do in my business. It made more sense for her to hire a graphic designer to do the types of Yes in canvas. Today we can even design idiots like me can churn out great stuff. The question is does it make sense for you to do. And it goes outside of the professional realm as well. I worked with kelly. Who is the owner of a very successful law firm. It's just growing like crazy here. In in san diego and when i took her through this exercise and when i encouraged her turn off all of the negative judging voices in her head and turn to now what her mother was telling her sister. Some of her other women friends. She hired a chef to cook her meals. She's a single mother of two and she said it was absolutely life changing because there was no way in hell as she said that she could possibly keep up the level of productivity. She had to do at work. There be present for her children and still actually feed them all and it. She said it freed her up and it also is like a muscle once. She did that. She was able to make other choices that were true to her. That made her life better. Okay this is what it comes down to bill. I hear all the time. And i've heard this for ever since i was a young professional. There's no way to have it all you can't have it all. It's not possible for women that never sat well with me and the truth is we can have it all. We just can't do it all. No one can no man. No woman is really what you said earlier. It's about the epidemic of unrealistic expectations. That's right rummy. When you go back and think about this what did you gain when you made authenticity non-negotiable in your life. You didn't try to put a facade. You said i'm not going to care about what other people think as much as what i care about. What makes me have a satisfying successful life. What is it that you gained in terms of tapping into your own personal power and able to accomplish what you said. This has gotta be real for me now without a doubt what i was able to tap into what i've seen countless other women tap into is our true power when we stop trying to live a life. That isn't true to us. We stopped trying to please everyone else and live up to this unrealistic in installed perfect persona of what women should be able to do. That's when we actually tap into what we were put here to do who we were meant to serve and actually have fun. While we're doing we all know women who are tremendous professional successes. But they're not happy. I was one of them. But being able to be completely authentic and not censor myself or my dreams. That's what made me find. More people who i was meant to serve when i emerged from that hotel room after the break down and i was armed with all of these things later on i. I knew i had to share with folks through another book. I was actually better at my work. I was actually more focused and more effective with the things i was doing and my business grew even faster. I was better as a wife and mom. Because i wasn't going bad shit crazy and i wasn't a bitchy all the time i became healthier because i not only was religiously fitting in exercise and making sure i was getting the right kind of fuel for my body but i had also abandoned the emotional happiness of having to carry all of these unrealistic expectations on my shoulders. It was completely life-changing again. It's looking at priorities. And whether your goals are serving those priorities and really living not just doing it as an exercise but really saying this is going to transform my life scale. It's important to do this work. And i want to coach. Everyone get to touch. I encourage them to be doing this work every year and then checking in one supporter to make sure that your priorities in your goals are aligned and also to really get quiet and listen to yourself of what's working. What's not because this type of were isn't a one and done kind of thing. It requires vigilance. Once you start living your life this way you've gotta keep it up. You've gotta keep checking in with yourself to make sure that things haven't gone awry and you better believe it. That went co. Ed hit and our lives were upended and the kids were schooling at home and then my daughter and i got the virus and i started on this long path to feel like myself again and i dug so deep on my priorities and goals relentlessly editing. Like i'd never done before and made damn sure that my focus was so intentional. And so narrow and i really believe it's never been more important for all of us to make sure we're not doing anything that doesn't support what we really want. I wanna just emphasize how crucial that is. And when people ready to take responsibility for that have a path to follow premier. You ready for the my quest for the best. Lightning round head may come on all right. We talked to the beginning of the interview about someone who inspired you growing up. And you talked about your dad when you were a teenager. Romi song that you loved i loved. Hit me with your best shot. It was disempowering. Song does great as the abeche shot. Come on i hit. It was the best shah usually the showers. The only one that gets to hear stuff like that bill. That was special view. Thank you say. Do you use a tool or system to help you stay on track and productive each week. Al guide yes. I live and die by this okay so this is it really quickly. I want so many of your listeners to do this every week on sunday evenings you can do it anytime on sunday. Take time and map out your whole week. See everything that's happening. Their personal professional commitments. All of it get really clear and you slot in your most important things. And here's what super important. Look at everything on there and if anything falls into the hates the should that's what you have to get off and it's the opportunity for you to once again. Thank all right. Is this something that i delete at drive to find somebody to delegate this to and then throughout the week every night before shut down for the night and go into my personal mode. I look at the next day because things happen. They went hits the fan right. And sometimes you have to recalibrate and you get real focused on. What the next day brings that way when you get up and you start moving the next day. You're not in review motor planning mode. You're in okay. Let's tackle this mode. That system has worked for me so incredibly. Well i preached to. Everybody i can. What is.

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"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Not more importantly where not too. I remember reading the jim collins said that you're stop doing lists are more important than your to do list because in order to reorganize our lives this way even if a couple of steps at a time it's vital to take things out in order to put the other things in. How is it that you manage to do that. On a regular basis on what happens with the momentum that comes from saying no to things. Okay so what you just said right there. That's the key okay. Because i hear all the time from the women i work with i would love to achieve my goals. I would love to do this and do that. But i don't have the time you just haven't figured out what your priorities and your goals are yet so it's about making sure that every single thing on our to do list on our calendars on our plates is serving those priorities and goals and i always like to tell women especially now with the rise of social media. You gotta make sure your life is as curated as your instagram feed. I we're not living that way. Okay so what. I had to figure out how to do once. I had the epitome of all right. I gotta live with my priorities and goals. I learned that. I'd all this other stuff. It's filling my life freezes so saying yes to serving on a school committee saying yes to serving on a board chair agreeing to host the table at the charity event agreeing to take on something in my work life. That really wasn't going to add to my organization's bottom line or my ability to serve the people supposed to serve better. It would have been an ego trip as opposed to something super valuable. So all those things. So i had to figure out how to relentlessly edit my life and i'm an analytical girl i like systems i like a methodology you do x. And you get y. So i came up with a way to look at every single thing. I was doing had a categorize it and based on the categories had. Let go of it. It's really important when you start to look at this systematic way but you want to align your life according to priorities and values that you have accurate data in order to track. How well you're doing with it and love the example. How you do that in your book. You give numerous examples. Can you share how you've taught this to in any of the courses or classes that you run. How do you tell how do you explain. Someone had to start tracking this so that it's valuable. It's relevant and it doesn't add more time to which already doing but it's something. That's really focused and actionable. Absolutely so i have the people i coach. Make a list of everything that you do in a week. And i mean everything and how long you spend doing it. It's like an eating log. bill. I call it a lifelock log. Though people aren't doing it at the end of the week the you're asking them to do it like hour by hour during the day so that things don't get lost or missed. Oh absolutely you take it with you and for eating locks to work really effectively you have to log that stuff in real time as well so this is real time jotting down. Exactly what you're doing. And then you get to label it okay. So listen to these labels. Because they're very important you mark key for everything that's serving one or more of your priorities. Those things that you've stated unequivocally there non-negotiable in your life right now you mark g for everything that's helping you get closer to achieving one or more of your goals and then you mark for everything you hate doing you mark s for everything. You think you should do right now. Here's the good part. It's in the things that you're doing that you mark or should that's going to show you what you need to delegate or delete right remember the double ds. It's how you're going to free up your time and energy to focus on the things that serve your priorities and goals k now in these shoots the things you've marked s.'s. We gotta tackle those and we women especially waste so much time on the things. We think we should be doing. I should agree to volunteer to coach the fundraiser. Because they asked. And i don't want to disappoint them. Who's done that in a business context. How about some of the should that many people who were managers. Many women managers thinking that they have to take care of others that it's really not their job and it really doesn't serve their purposes goals and agenda being at the lead of tens of thousands of women in coaching calls. I will tell you this happens in meetings at all over the business world. Oftentimes our people who look up to us will come to us wanting something like a therapy session as opposed to a productive work session and it's really important to understand. That's not our job. We're there to help them see the possibilities of their professional life and to be a resource but not to be therapist. Also and i remember this back for my lawyer days so this pressure to. Oh i should have lunch. I should provide facetime with my co workers instead of actually finishing my project during hours. So i can get to the rest of my life. I gotta do this. Because i don't want anybody to think i'm a cold but you have to focus on what you need to get done. What's most important to you so that you can get to everything else at as you write these things down every activity that you do during the day and then it with one of those four categories you can see where your life is and then what are the questions you take people through to assess whether it's aligned with where the purposes are so. Here's what's really key is. We need to get in the habit of checking ourselves for any time. We say our thing. I should write so anything that goes onto. Your should a category. That's a red flag. That's alerting us that it's something we don't really wanna do. And if you deleted all the should off your plate how incredible with that feel. I want women to stop shooting all over the place right now. Now the things that we need to delegate. I understand and this is so important. It can be difficult to let go if you're a control freak. I'm in recovery bill or to delegate when it means you have to pay someone else to do it. That can be hard. You'd think i haven't reached that pinnacle of my profession yet in order to justify paying someone else to do things like clean my house or handle my personal finances or someone even as i found through my coaching women who wanted someone else to actually cook for them so that they didn't have to. This is why. I teach everyone how to calculate what your time is worth because time is our most valuable resource and unfortunately most of us don't know how valuable time is i. I was in law. Npr bill which were both ruled by the billable hour and inspired by that. I came up with a way to figure out what the hourly worth of my time is. And once you figure out yours. You're armed with mathematical proof that it makes economic sense for you pay someone else to do things or delete them from your life altogether. What's an example of someone who worked with who worked at a business and realized that there were a large percentage of her activities that could be delegated and she would feel so much freer if she took that step and by calculating the value of time even women business leaders entrepreneurs don't do this they don't do it and it is one of the most powerful tools that people can arm themselves with. I love this story of sarah who lives in washington stage. She is the owner of a sales business. That that does you know about a million in revenue i gear. And she's also the mom to a couple of really active kids and she also struggles with some health issues and she was drowning in everything that she not only had to do. A personal life but her professional life. And when i had her do this calculation and she figured out what her hourly worth was the way to calculated in my book bill she was able to recognize. Okay wait a minute. My hourly worth.

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"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Experience and it led me to all the things that i've been able to do. It was scary to start my own business even though it was a turnkey business. Direct sales is a much easier endeavor than having to build an infrastructure from the ground up. It was scary to write my first book. And i didn't know if anybody had read it i didn't know if it'd be any good or helpful and then to write my second one will. What if they don't like it as much. What if it's not as successful everything. My speaking career my one on one coaching. It's all been scary. And that's why. I forced myself to do it. We're a year into the pandemic lockdown. And in your book you really acknowledge their love demands on each of us in different roles aspects of our lives. I want to focus on your perspective as a woman business owner and a very successful business leader. What is it like from the women clients and students in fans and followers colleagues. You've worked with about how this pandemic lockdown has affected this pressure on women so that both women who are in business listening to this as well as the men who want to support our direct reports are managers people who are colleagues at work. What can we learn about this perspective about women and the pressures that are on women that you've learned unless you've been living under a rock. What an insane amount of added pressure and responsibility. The pandemic has had on most women and the latest stats. I believe or three million. Us women dropped out of the labor force in the past year because of the increase in responsibilities. Caring for children schooling at home. Everything else that goes with it. On top of that we've become more isolated and we women need interaction we need the collaboration and compassionate camaraderie with other women in our circle of friends and the virtual world can do a lot. But there's something about getting together person so not only do we had an increase in these pressures but also a decrease in the ability to have the desperate desperately needed a connection. And i had no idea this bill. Neither did my publisher when we release my second book last year. These were all tools women at any time in their life all different women but we had no idea how desperately these tools and my story and how recalibrated my life would be essential to helping women navigate what we've gone through and from my readers in from the women that i have the privilege of coaching. I coach tens of thousands of women in my business. There is no doubt that they have needed to really focus on. What's important to them. And have the actionable tools to relentlessly edit their lives. We're going to talk about the editing in just a little bit. What i wanna do is a love how you brought up some of the very strong forces that prevent women in particular from taking steps in asking for what they need. And i written phrase get past the heats the should when we internalize the things that we should be doing. And don't check in. What is it. what's needed here. Can you give some more example and details around these obstacles that women in particular facing and how to identify them as the blocks to really having the kind of life that we can have regardless of the circumstances because circumstances are tough all over but we can adapt right absolutely bill ayers the big issue women today are suffering from an epidemic that is is just unrealistic expectations. It's a pandemic of our own. We're trying to be all things to all people were trying to do it all and we're trying to look great. Wow we're added. And meanwhile we are stressed out. Were exhausted were unfilled. And we're not living the lives we wanted and i know this because it happened to me. I was from the outside living this extraordinary life. I had this fast growing business. We were hitting the tens of millions of annual revenue. I had these fast growing kids. I had this amazing husband and looked like hey. This woman got it together. Then why the hell did i find myself in a hotel room having a breakdown and it was because my life was controlling me with the added success in the added responsibilities. I kept allowing things to be added to my plate. And i was completely overwhelmed and overrun and i knew that i had to figure out how to recalibrate the way i was living and i gave myself bill the greatest gift i could have given and i don't think women do this enough. I i allowed myself to run away from home for a couple of days in complete solitude and gave myself the gift of time and quiet to figure out what the hell it is that i wanted and i was armed with some books and a laptop and my journal and it was there in that hotel room bed. I had one of the most valuable of my life. Not once not ever in my then forty two years on earth. Had i ever figured out what my priorities were. What was that like when it actually appeared for you other on your screen or on a piece of paper and you actually start pulling out of all of the things that were in your head and you said oh my gosh. This is a priority. And now i need to really treat it like a priority. What was that like. First of all the epiphany that had to happen was i had to stop confusing priorities with goal. See my whole life. I have been and i'm sure you're this way to we set goals and we slay that. My mom jokes that i came out of the womb setting goals and my whole life. I've been confusing priorities and goals. But they're different things. Break it down for us how to think about them in a more effective way. Okay so priorities are the things that are most important to your life right now present tense. They are not non-negotiable not serving them is simply not an option. Okay so for example. My priorities right now in my life are i make healthy choices. Every single day. I spend quality time with the people who are most important to me and i empower and change the lives of women that i get to touch. Okay so those are non-negotiable right now. Present tests goals however or something different. That's something in the future that hasn't yet happened but you're willing to work toward it. It's so important you okay now. Here's the important part bill. It's the relationship between the two if our goals don't serve our priorities if we are setting goals to serve somebody else's opinion of us sort this holding onto a former self. That no longer is who we wanna be. That's when we feel overwhelmed. That's when we feel unfulfilled and scattered and stressed the goals. You said you've got to measure them against your priorities and figure out okay. Which one or two of my priorities is this survey and when i figured that out. It was the biggest. Aw because then what they did with those priorities and goals. I had a road map of where to spend my time and equally if.

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"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Has appeared on major meteo such as fox business news and morning shows around the country. Ruby lives in san diego california at his here. Talk about her book. You can have it all just not at the same time. Welcome romi thank you so much. Bill i'm thrilled to be with you. It's great to be with you. Tell me when you were growing up from who someone who influenced or inspired you without a doubt bill. My dad was a huge influence and inspiration for me. He was a small business owner. He owned and ran a furniture store. That was a a multi generational store and we grew up in in butte montana. And i got to see him not only become a pillar of the community but also navigate the downs of volatile economy in a mining town that went defunct and so while i was growing up. I really got to see how he handled the pressure. And how he was able to continually make comebacks. Regardless of how hard hit the economy was he ended up putting four kids through college and really taught us to go for whatever we want it. I think it's also really important to note that growing up. Bill i knew deep down. My dad wasn't doing what he really wanted to do and he always would tell me. You have to go after what you want. You want you to go after your dreams. Because he was forced into the family business because he was the only one who could take it over and really stuck with me and has through my whole life. I regret that. Unfortunately i lost dad when i was twenty eight so he never got to see the best parts of what i became and the incredible man. I married in these humans that we created but i like to think that he's always watching. I really resonate with that story. Because i realized how important it is from my own father's experience who also didn't do work that he wanted to do but did work. That was available. Soon you would have loved to have been a forest ranger and instead he worked in chem lab. Wow yeah that's incredibly different for my dad. It was this sense of duty over everything else and he really taught us. It's one thing to be loyal to the family and to feel a sense of duty but it's another to swallow your own dreams in exchange for that yet zillah strating value of really standing up for what you made a commitment to do when you think back on his lessons and to the amazing life. That's unfolded for you through effort and through making your own luck and hard work. Can you think of a time maybe early in your career where you're having a conversation with someone and they're asking to do something that maybe wasn't in line with. What your vision was you heard him in the back of your mind or you felt that feeling of him urging to really go forth and take on some responsibility let what's interesting is. I think i heard my dad most loudly when i was trying to decide whether or not i was gonna leave a career. That was no longer serving manager mentioned at the beginning. I i started out as a lawyer and i did that. Ironically in part. Because my dad said you gotta have something stable to fall back on. No matter what. I could stand. The sight of blood so med school is out so i went to law school and and i became a lawyer. I was elated. Gator and bill. I hate it i just. I'm meant to build people up. Create things empower people. All of it and so when i was trying to figure out. Okay do i. Extract myself from his career. That's no no longer serving what i want for my life or not. I hurt my dad's boys saying you have got to be drew. You have to you have to do this. And that's when. I was able to say okay what anybody thinks. I'm gonna listen to myself. And i'm gonna make the move and that's how i ended up just leaving law together moving to new york and breaking into public relations which then set me on a trajectory that one day would have me starting my own business. That is really bowl to take those steps in take that into go from one profession into a completely different industry what did you have to change in your mindset in order for that to take place in order to interview for something so for outside of what you had worked so hard to accomplish. Not only with undergrad. But then taking the boards Working as legation. So it's something that has carried me through my entire life and it's the practice of listening to what is truly inside of me. I like to call it our heart voice. What it is that. I really want and not caring what other people think because that is what so often keeps us in careers in relationships on different paths saying yes to things. We don't want to say yes. You and even back in my late twenties. When i was making his career shift. I was starting to really flex that muscle. It's really interesting and it's important for listeners. Tuning into this understand. It's not to disregard all voices but just those that are telling you what you can't do and to really amplify the voice inside you. That says this is what i want. This is what might ambition is my goal and this is what to focus on. Isn't that really. What the distinction. That we wanna make your it is and oftentimes. I think the voice most often telling us we can't or shouldn't is the one in our heads and it's usually us making up a b. s. story commit for instance so for instance when i was going through the transition into pr. And then again. When i was going into the transition from a career in pr to starting my own business. I would tell myself. Okay what are people gonna think you went through all of this schooling with law school and laws such a prestigious profession. And now you're just throwing it away. You haven't even made partner yet and i had to just recognize. I don't know what other people are going to thank it. It doesn't matter when i was leaving. Pr starting my own business in the direct sales channel. I could have listened to the voices that said our come on former lawyer. Pr and you're gonna direct sales in skin care really being fearful of what others would think. But instead i went with my heart my gut n allowed myself to be attracted to something that excited me and something that scared me and i knew i was on to something good. Why is it important. Acknowledge that there was something that was scary about it. What found throughout my entire life. When i'm scared. That means i am stretching out of my comfort zone. I'm willing to be uncomfortable to grow. And i think when we identify when we were getting nervous or scared or wondering. Are we enough. Can we actually do this. That's when we're getting to the good stuff my entire life. When i look back professionally. It's win. I in into little bit affair. That's what made me grow. And that's what made me find. The next challenge the next bit of fulfillment the next use of my talents.

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"romi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He was talking about. Romi. Watching all these Texas residents deal with snow is a ridiculous look. Regards D bags. There were sneakers with a suit. Or Lady clones. Ashley in Nebraska. Romi. We went with clear alcohol this weekend because it's easier regards wearing a suit with sneakers. The rule in Norfolk. I see the J T P s onto the next thing. This is what the J T. P. Does the GDP latches onto something it hates hammers it for a week or two and then moves on to the next thing they hate. Apparently. Now the J T P hates people who go with snakes and suits. Rome Anthony Davis needs to upgrade his foot gear choices He's wearing the same shoes is US side tools who wear sneakers with their suits. Chris no longer in ST Pete. You're Jim. How dare you? Sneakers with suits is a great look. Regards Fanny packs. Two in west L. A. Listen, it's Style. We've We've talked about this to style. His personal style is personal. There's no right or wrong answer. I wouldn't do it. That doesn't mean I'm right or I'm wrong. I'm more comfortable. Wearing dress shoes with a suit. That's just me. But then again, I'll tell you what. Let me tell you this. So when I left Super Bowl over the weekend last week, I did not change. I rocked the suit that I wore the day off on the airplane. Me tell you something, You know that meant because I don't rock sneakers. I wore business shoes. I wasn't right for like, three days. My feet were exploding through my shoes. I never understood. White people took their shoes off on airplanes. I just thought was a scumbag Play man. It's like the most disgusting thing ever. Dude, you are a scumbag, a scumbag, A D bag off flea bag..

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"romi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And not to mention the prices aren't scary, John Well, you know the anything about that. Welcome back, Romi is is that it's nice to have somebody come up here, and it's nice for the customers to be not have a bunch of salesmen sitting out front in a big group of people and somebody break out to do somebody. We're not going to be confrontational. It's welcome to Sanderson forward. How you folks doing today? Have you been here before this your first time, and then we take him to the sales person that they have, or we we asked him a few questions and bottled water cup coffee. Make sure they're comfortable and when they start asking them is what kind of vehicle they're looking for. Then we're going to run through and make sure that we have something and if they just looking for numbers Or they're just lookinto get service or want to see if he experiences a way that it is that's what we do. And you know what? It's kind of scary thinking about going to that mother lots. But over here, it's Sanderson. You don't have to worry about any of that type of stuff. It's our 65th anniversary. We're putting the sale on its last weekend for it, and I'm not kidding you. We've given away so many of these TVs in and out of here, just truckloads of them and they're leaving just as fast as they get here. Most awarded for dealership in the United States, and not only that, but we're selling them and we're giving them good prices and we're just doing the it's so much fun to be a part of this place and then We probably will have some tech retreats. I gotta check with these girls and see if they brought any treats for me today. And if you can't get out today, you can chop from home Buy for home. Sanderson four dot com. To say that on this bank watch. We're gonna continue our water topic here. Rosie on the house. This segment with the.

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"romi" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"I'm so self conscious. That's why you want to see me with one of her watch Romi praise on it bucks on this just to be like you ain't up bonus. Kane, even cultured approach snow without someone that's clean and a certain people have nothing but time hated data. Greatest were trying to buy that guy. A 40 ft and paper in the cab with you, even if you come on. Call them what you police. That's that's you know, we buy way out of jail, but we can't buy freedom. We have by Lotte close, but we don't really need them things. We buy a couple of what they made us hate ourself love their wealth. Sort of a scholar with a ball on her back on a white man. I want to take up with 25 houses like assault. I got a couple passed bills get specific. I got a problem with it then and before I could wade awesome. Just the first..

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"romi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"romi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Romi Negrin told the story at the Bell House in Brooklyn at our first showcase of the Moths High School education program here is wrong. Hello. So at my school, there are some kids who take Latin. We call them losers, and some of those kids have gone the extra mile and joined the competitive Latin team. We call them pathetic losers. And I am one such pathetic loser. I started taking Latin in seventh grade. I was like, Oh, it'll be fun and ancient. Whatever. And everyone I knew was like, Don't take Latin. It's a dead language, so you're going to speak to in Latin. The pope? Someday. But I started taking Latin and I fell in love with it. And at the beginning of eight grade my Latin teacher was like, Hey, you should join cartel Man, the competitive Latin team Kurt Toman. For those of you who don't know means competition in Latin because you go to competitions to do Latin. Um And I was like, sure, so I joined the Corps Toman team. And It's me and three other kids in the novice team and we start practicing for the first big competition of the year. Yale They have thes competitions at all The big universities. Yale, Harvard, Princeton, You know where you expect this sort of thing to be? Um And we start practicing. And the Big day finally arrives, and we gather at Grand Central at like 5 30 in the morning too early, But we don't care because we're off to New Haven. New Haven, Connecticut. What a town! So we get on the train, and one.

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"romi" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

16:17 min | 2 years ago

"romi" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Are our priorities but in fact they're very different Our priorities are the things that are so important to us right now in our lives present. Tense that not serving them is non negotiable and for all the overachievers out there who are listening Guess what we can only have two or three priorities in our lives at any one time. Because I don't know about you but I've never found the superhero costume and then our goals are something very different. That's something in the future that we is important enough to us to want to devote the time effort energy to realize it. Okay now. Here's what's Super Important Michael when our goals don't serve our priorities. That's when we feel stressed scattered unfulfilled not living our truth. And it's all the things that we are putting on our calendars and our plates in our to do lists. That aren't serving our our goals and priorities will. That's what's making us exhausted and unfulfilled and keeping us from living the lives we truly want and so once I did that Bam had a roadmap of where to spend my time and we're not too and that's what started this evolution. That's great stuff in a when I see people I work with people that are burned out usually hits. I'm working in a burnout. Recovery can situation with them. But that's a common issue. Is their goals in their priorities. Are Not in alignment there the lack boundaries in their life and throws them completely out of balance and another person. That's in the burn out space in one of the things that she does shish to talk about. This and one of recent podcasts. Was She you know how we journal. And we write down things so we want to do and things that we like and whatnot. Shush Lee has people that are really burned out right out things that they don't like things that bother them. And I you thinking wait a minute. Why would you do that? But the reason for it is to help you start establishing some boundaries around things that you don't want to do you did that exercise during your today's Even though you may not have done it be by saying these things that I'm saying. Yes to by default. You know what you're going say no to now and that's a big big difference in being able to really get that roadmap that you worked on on how you want to prioritize your life and I love the fact that you said there's two or three things in life I see people with to do list and you know I. I giggled when the comment that your mom made about Coming outside okay. Here's the lists. These are the first things I'm GONNA do. And you know the first two or three months of my life. Kinda thing and I know a lot of people like you and I'm guilty as well to have all those to do lists but having just one or two things to do during the day and also these are the priorities in my life at this particular moment time because where I'm at now and what my priorities are now are different than they were two years ago or three years ago. It's a it's a constant review and I think that people need to look at While I like to refer to as a at least a a monthly check in or a quarterly check it. Okay what's going on in life right now? Do I need to adjust in? If you do it early enough then it prevents the need for you to take two days and go somewhere but that doesn't preclude you from actually taking a couple days as an exercise of of self care and self love to all right. Let's let's revisit where things are. What in and make any adjustments. You need to make absolutely an and in fact one of the things I talk about in the book is the need for all of us to build in small pockets of quiet throughout the day so we can actually hear what what I like to call. Our heart voice is telling us about. That's when we're able to recognize. Oh we're getting out of balance and constantly as you said revisiting what your priorities and goals are and and measuring. What you're doing against them. I do want to mention something you said about this podcast or that. You're talking about. I Really WanNa make sure everyone understands that identifying your priorities and goals really taking the time to give yourself. A gift is is huge. But it's only part of it just because you've recognized okay. This is where I want to spend my time. It doesn't mean that just magically organically. You're going to know where not to spend your time. And how to eliminate the things that are on your to do list or on your plate which is why I had to develop practices that I- religiously due to identify. And what I like to call relentlessly edit my life identifying where all my time is going in teaching people how to categorize that time how to know what are the things that I'm supposed to delegate and delete and to whom am I supposed to delegate them if that's the case you know what makes sense based on what. My time is worth for me to outsource certain things how to let go of being a control freak which is one of the reasons why many of us keep doing a whole bunch of stuff. We shouldn't be doing and how to say no in an authentic unapologetic way. These are all the things that I had to figure out and that I love teaching other people to do. I am a reformed people pleaser Harriet Breaker wrote that book. Many many years ago disease to please and I went through that exercise a little over a year ago. Actually Pumpkin Pie. Maybe fifteen months ago so read. The book did the exercises and boy was awareness. And your book. You know brought a lot of awareness as well in letting go and delegating and you know my own story of personal burnout. Loss Was a situation where one of the things that I was really horrible at was delegation. And now I've the pendulum swung the other way. Probably needs to adjust a little bit from what my assistant has told me a few times. This is you can't delegate everything it gotTa do something and I get it but before I would do things and I know there's other people do it but they're busy so I'm going to do it. Just pile yourself on. You do everything and now anything. That lands on my desk or in my inbox. I look and I think okay. Who besides me can do this? And if I can come up with the name. They're going to get it but I've added of course an additional ingredient to it. It's like okay. How much of I actually allocated to that person because the burnout guys should burn out his team. That's not a good good. It's not good. Pr Because it's and that's again much like the extra size of daily check INS. And I love the quiet time On the calendar and that's important and people sometimes will say. I'm not going to the quiet time today. You get a treat that lake. It's the most important meeting with your boss. And if you miss it you'RE GONNA be in trouble so don't shortchange yourself because otherwise you're not you're not your full self and believe me that impacts everything you do and the people you help absolutely and look. I think a lot of folks don't delegate because they don't feel let's set aside the control-freak tendencies for a moment They don't feel that they have reached a certain level of success or income or title or people like them shouldn't be handing something offer hiring someone else to do something. And I wanted to create a calculation that could show myself and anybody mathematically that it makes sense whether it's in your personal life for professional life to delegate certain things to other people this is not an emotional decision it's black and white mathematical proof and when people do this calculation and go through this exercise that include the book. There just floored by some of the things that that. They're now taking off their plate. Because it's a no brainer to do so and Walla. They have more time effort and energy for the things that they should be doing to serve their priorities and goals. We are all perfectionists to a certain degree and a good physician colleague of mine years ago I would send a strategic planning session with government funding and healthcare. And all the good stuff. And I'll I'll spare everybody the three days of that meeting but one of the key things that he said. Irish wish she would've said today wanted three was it's good enough. Launch it if we wait for it to be perfect we're never gonNA launch thing. It's easier to adjust when you're moving than if you're sitting him perfectly still and getting ready to launch something. It's because otherwise you just get paralyzed and trying to make it perfect in when you're spending so much time on that you're not spending the time on things you should be spending time on and I I see it time and.

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"romi" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"romi" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I have bestselling author roaming. Knudsen light he wrote me. How are you? I'm so good Michael. I'm thrilled to be with you. Great to be with you. Congratulations on your new book. You can have it all just not at the same time. I love that title because I I saw that before. Even read the book and like Oh. This one's going to be good because it speaks to what I talk to people about the time that are stressed and burned out his. They're trying to do everything within the same timeframe and just naturally doesn't work so what prompted you to write the book so I am so thrilled that I took the time to actually write this book because it's so necessary. Michael I gotTa tell you I just got done with an eight city book tour and every place. I've gone the folks that meeting said. Oh you wrote this book for me but I also wrote it for me. Michael Guys I was like so many folks out there. No matter what your profession how many kids you have or whether or not you have kids If you're a woman or man we're trying to do everything we're trying to be everything to everybody. We're trying to look perfect while we're doing it and it's leaving us stressed at exhausted and feeling inadequate and we're not even present in our lives and that's what had happened to me. Seven years ago. I had a fast growing business. Fast-growing kids a marriage that deserved nurturing. I needed nurturing as a human An aging mom needed more and more attention and a host of other extracurricular activities and Michael. I was drowning. I was basically having a breakdown and I had to take myself out of my day to day life for a couple of days and get quiet and figure out how I was going to recalibrate my life. And it's all of the tools that I assembled and created and the things that I've learned and mindset shifts that I've adopted since then that have allowed me to truly live the life I really want and to recognize that it is possible to have it all all the things we each uniquely. Want as long as we stop trying to do it all and I had to write this book to get that message out to everyone. If I didn't I felt negligent. Keeping it to myself was crucial issue. Actually caught yourself and recognize that. You're going down a path that wasn't gonNA be sustainable or fulfilling to you and not allow you to accomplish all the things that you WanNa do in life family and business and Nurturing yourself that's. I see that too often with entrepreneurs you know the ones that are just starting out to the seven eight nine figure club that they're just doing all of these great things but they're not taking of themselves and I will talk with them if you're planning going out with a bank pretty soon right and they look at Madison When's the last time you did something for you? Not For your audience for your client stuff for your family but for you and they look at me and they have a difficult time answering that question like okay. That should be a red flag for you so you need to do what Romi did. And and take some time ago okay. We're going to recalibrate some things. Because you're not where you want to be in it happens. I'm guessing correct me if I'm wrong. It kind of happens innocently. Because you're not really thinking about it in your just going and businesses great and you think your relationship with the families good and life's going on Thankfully sent something was off so I'm guessing that was one of the big big factors in prompting yourself to be able to do what you needed to do. Michael I I really think that most of US recognize when we're not living authentic lives when we're stressed and not totally present and things are getting out of control and we're not taking care of our bodies in our mind but I really think most people don't know how to change it. They don't know how to stop the madness and and what I love is that okay. I did take the time to figure out this road map for myself and now I am giving it to anyone else. Who wants to tap into it? You know for me. Seven years ago I I had seemingly created this life that from the outside everyone would think well. I had it all but it wasn't the all that I truly wanted because I didn't have the balanced the health the presence. I wasn't able to be patient. The my kids and my husband I was bitches Hell I wasn't who I really wanted to be and thankfully I knew enough to say at forty two years old all right I have got to change something because this life is going to speed by and like you said I can't keep going the way I am and it was those two days of quiet introspection where I I really started to develop the tools that I have in the book where the greatest gift I could have given myself and we don't give ourselves that gift even if it's an afternoon for God's sake of quiet introspection super these two days. Did you leave your home and go someplace else or were you able to convince your family. I need a couple of days. Just leave me and and proceeded. I'm just curious on on what those two days look like because I think it's it's impactful and I think a lot of people need to design a day or two at minimum Especially with the people that I talked with they. They might need a month but I say that tongue in cheek but some of them I think they need a month but other people needle maybe not as much. But wh what was that like? We're in without spoiling if you have a secret oasis we and we don't WanNA stock you're there you know what what how what were those two days like. Were you able to stay home? Where did you go to a nondisclosure location to our? Yeah I actually talk about the exact location in in the book and it's a fun story but I I went to a hotel for a couple of days. I left San Diego where I live and I had said to John. My husband. Honey I gotta run away from home for a couple of days and he had seen what was going on Michael. He had tried to help. But I wasn't ready to make any changes until I really hit this breakdown point so I took myself to a hotel now. I'm not at all intimating that everyone needs to go to a hotel. But for God's sake give yourself the permission to kick everybody out of your house for an afternoon or a day or locked the bathroom door I mean carve out that time wherever you need to so you have that quiet so in the hotel. I was armed with a journal and books and a laptop and I started searching and reading and thinking and writing and just being quiet and that was where I stumbled upon this one word idea now back then. This whole concept of the one word wasn't this you know big thing that's on Washer bracelets now and and segments on the today show. It was really new but I love this idea of being able to pick. What's what's almost a mantra and intention for your life for the year months ahead and that really started me thinking and at that time it may you know might be surprised to hear to hear the word that I picked with balance because I felt so desperately out of balance and then I kept reading searching in thinking in writing and this is the magic started to happen. It dawned on me that even though I was forty two not once not ever in my entire life had I ever her stop to think about what my priorities were in life and in fact all of those years. I had been confusing priorities and goals. I'm a goal setter. My mom laughs that I came out of the womb setting goals. I mean that's what I do and I had all along odd. That our goals.

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Trump tells Utah governor about Romney: 'You keep him. We don't want him.'

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:02 min | 2 years ago

Trump tells Utah governor about Romney: 'You keep him. We don't want him.'

"Our politics lead today. President trump can't quit earlier today. The president spoke with the nation's governors. And and here's what he had to say to Utah Governor Gary Herbert About Utah. Senator Mitt Romney the lone Republican in the Senate who voted to remove the president. How's it been around me? The president trump on his vengeance store after getting acquitted and firing too key impeachment witnesses from their administration jobs as well as the brother of one of the witnesses and as C. N. N.'s Kaelin Collins reports for us. Now the president may just be getting warmed up today. The White House is standing in by the abrupt firing of two key. Witnesses in the impeachment inquiry they fired. They removed back to their original jobs. President trump has continued his streak of vengeance. Claiming lieutenant colonel. Alex deserved to be fired because of poor performance reviews while on the National Security Council though his attorneys called that obviously Asli False. CNN has learned before they were let go both Vin and anywhere Basseterre. Gordon Sunland or quietly planning to leave the administration. The trump didn't want them going quietly and fired them instead. Officials still claim it wasn't retaliation the president wants to retaliate. Because of the testimony testimony happened was in November and December. It's quite a while ago now in light of the firings Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer Today. Call the nation's inspectors general to protect whistleblowers whistle blowers telling the Pentagon vin was viciously attacked for bravely stepping forward. To tell the truth. The president is still lashing out at those he can't fire. WE'RE CONTINUING HIS ONSLAUGHT AGAINST UTAH. Senator Mitt Romney who broke with the Party and voted for impeachment. Romi you it today. Trump also touted his administration's four point eight trillion dollar budget proposal that features major cuts in eligibility changes in federal safety net programs like Medicaid food stamps and disability claims while boosting military spending. We're we're going to have a very very good budget with a very powerful military budget because we have no choice award now of course take. That budget is largely meaningless. It's a political. Political document is not actually going to go anywhere but this all comes as the president is going to have his first rally here in New Hampshire tonight since he was acquitted. Of course this is the first state that actually gave the President of Big Victory Twenty sixteen and we're being told by officials to expect him to make impeachment a cornerstone of his twenty twenty pitch to voters and expect him Antonin unrestrained tonight take all right Kaelin Collins with the wings live and let die playing behind her. Thank you so much. Let's chat about this so to Lou There is this push this spin by trump people that oh no. He didn't fire anybody. They were on their way out anyway but right after president trump fired sunland and had been reassigned from the National Security Council son. Donald trump junior tweeted this. Allow me a moment to thank and this may be a bit of a surprise. Adam Schiff were it not for his crack track investigative skills president trump might have had a tough time on our thing who all needed to be fired. Thanks Adam so I mean it's pretty clear what this was all about. Yeah yeah this is sort of a trump to step where he tweets something that maybe a little bit ambiguous that most people know what he's talking about and then his administration officials come out and say no he's not actually he doesn't actually mean that he means means something different and then eventually either the president or someone close to them spills the beans and says actually yeah. This is what I meant and I think it's pretty clear to anyone who's watching is that the president was waiting for his acquittal. Quito to get rid of and to target people he thought were disloyal. Even targeting the brother of a witness who no one in the White House and said why he was march out of the White House. The brother of Alexander intervenign someone who is not testifying was not part of this Ukraine scandal in any major way He was marched out of the White House. Unceremonious leave though. He's a veteran as well. So this is clear that the president is on a revenge tour and as Caitlyn said. There's a sense that more people could get caught up in this as

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Climate Change Threatens Alaska Census Count

Environment: NPR

04:46 min | 2 years ago

Climate Change Threatens Alaska Census Count

"Now News. to Alaska where some communities are on the front lines of the impact of climate change warming temperatures and thawing. Permafrost are forcing some Alaskan native villagers to look for firmer ground on which to live. And that's also making it harder to get an accurate population. Count for the twenty twenty cents in parts of the state. NPR's Hansi Lawan has been traveling to some of these remote areas for this report once a decade the US government's largest peacetime mobilization officially begins with a trek to the most northern state in the Union Census Bureau officials crossed the Tundra of Southwest Alaska by Bush plane last month to reach the fishing shing village of took Sook Bae Ba. I community in the country to be counted for the twenty twenty cents. Is You land on a strip of Ice Jessica Amazon she coordinates the bureau outreach to tribal governments in Alaska the airport terminal is essentially. It's not even building. It just hasn't mention their blocks the wind. And then you go go up to the actual village typically by snow machine after each villages counted census workers often hop back attack on a snow machine. Or if you're in the lower forty eight a snowmobile or sometimes into a dog sleigh to journey across miles of frozen ground and ice roads to reach the next village village temperatures in Alaska though have been heating up twice as fast as the global average making counting in some parts of the state more complicated we seen gene landmasses just disappear overnight and we're talking a big chunk Alan up twenty feet or so Romi caddy anti is a relocation coordinator for village northeast of took bay called new talk. Many residents. There have been forced out by erosion and rising waters that seep through floorboards and lead to black mold and homes. There are leaning telephone poles all over the village structures are beginning to fall from their foundation. Dacian the two thousand ten census counted just over three hundred fifty people. Living in new talk and the community has used that number to get its share of an estimated more than one and and a half trillion dollars a year in federal funding guided by Census Data Ba last fall a third of new talks residents relocated into new homes in mocked Avik. It's replacement village. That's on higher ground and this year. The Census Bureau is planning to count the community as to villages would separate population counts. So I asked Romi Taty Day. Hey what does that mean for. How much funding the community receives over the next decade? That's a very good question and a very scary question. There's gotta be a way Eh. For communities that spurious these kinds of threats to have additional funding in the transitionary period recent global warming and how slowed affect in coastal areas rivers and. It's not just one village in all the villages back in took set bank tribal administrative Robert. Pit Gus says. Climate change brings a particular challenge to Alaska native villages that rely on funding tied to their census numbers. What are you worried about about over the next ten years? I'm just worried that there may be lack of funding to fix all kinds of erosion occurring in many villages indescribable for Diana Turkic. It was partly forseeable. Turkic is the operations manager for the took base of regional clinic. And she's worried about the ice road. Other villages rely on to get to took suck base health clinic and research winters. It's sometimes been too warm to drive over a nearby river it hasn't frozen Over and it's made it more typical to get seen over here so they rely on. Claims Moore Turkic says the rising temperatures reminder of what you elders have long predicted and she wonders census workers who often have to use ice roads to get around may encounter a vastly different Alaska by the next count in twenty thirty. The way things are going. Maybe they won't maybe they will not have winter. That's like so many years from now and I just don't know Romi Cayenne Tei says in new talk. Many residents are not waiting to see what else climate change brings. There are so many people that are scared about the weather so a lot of people have been seeking shelter with their relatives all over the region. So you're GonNa see that census number drop a little bit ten years from now though. County wants to see new talks community reunited on solid ground in their new village of mocked Avik population. Three hundred fifty by the twenty thirty cents is he hopes or maybe even higher

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Unequal Outcomes: Most ICE Detainees Held In Rural Areas Where Deportation Risks Soar

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:26 min | 3 years ago

Unequal Outcomes: Most ICE Detainees Held In Rural Areas Where Deportation Risks Soar

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply u._s. Immigration and customs enforcement needs more space to house undocumented immigrants and increasingly the agency is finding it in rural regions and new analysis by n._p._r. Indicates a majority of detainees are held in rural areas but as n._p._r.'s yuki noguchi reports those detained in far flung places also have a much harder time finding lawyers and are far more likely to be deported. It took ten and a half months for you. L. alonzo to meet with a lawyer alonzo had turned himself over to immigration officials in laredo texas seeking asylum from cuba last october since then he's been detained in two rural facilities i in louisiana and now in adams tmz county mississippi about a two hour drive from baton rouge alonzo's wife. Madonna's rodriguez is a permanent u._s. resident. She lives in southern florida with their two children the n._b._a. N._b._a. leary very far from anything. She says too far to afford hiring. A private attorney. Lack of legal help is one of many challenges for undocumented undocumented immigrants and an even bigger problem for those detained in remote locations yet. Ice is adding detention facilities far from cities over half fifty. The two percent of detainees are held in rural areas according to n._p._r.'s analysis of ice data and that rate is increasing. Liz martinez is a board member of advocacy z. Group freedom for immigrants. It's very concerning trend that immigration detention is moving to rural areas remote areas where it makes it so much harder for a person in detention to get the support that they need detainees in urban areas or at least four times more likely to find attorneys to represent them. According to a two thousand fifteen university of pennsylvania ovadia law review study last year the southern poverty law center sudeiss and its parent agency the department of homeland security the civil rights group alleges the government is deliberately liberally detaining people in rural areas far from legal resources is which currently detains nearly fifty six thousand people declined comment on that case in in an emailed statement an ice spokesman says the agency looks at airports healthcare and legal resources when selecting facilities he also says detainees have access to phones and video teleconferencing and can meet with lawyers during visiting hours but many immigration attorneys complained rural facilities lack necessary resources there aren't enough. The phones are translators. Call connections are poor. Visiting hours are too restrictive and it's simply too far to travel. You'll alonzo's wife has been able to visit him. Only only once alonzo was recently diagnosed with lung cancer which makes the weight more excruciating. He eventually found a lawyer one of the rare detainees with free three representation but his wife says his asylum request and to request for parole have been denied grumpy what more could a wife with a sick husband one other seven to be with him at the very least i want to offer him my support and for my children's offer support one of the key reasons detainees are held in remote regions appears to be the money cheap labor cheap land. Lauren rich eisen is acting director of the brennan center justice program. She says many rural areas viewed prisons as job. Engines hundreds hundreds of new facilities were built in the nineteen ninety. S inmate population peaked then declined leaving lots of empty beds. Ice is now contracting with those rural prisons. It needs those beds as it continues to detain more immigrants. Just last week is arrested. Nearly seven hundred workers at food processing plants in mississippi loyola university law professor andrew armstrong says she sees that happening across louisiana win. The criminal justice reforms were enacted that left empty not beds that were ripe for contracting with ice. Those contracts can be lucrative. The state pays local sheriff's twenty four dollars and thirty nine cents a day to house an inmate eight by comparison ice pays five times that an average daily rate of more than one hundred twenty six dollars is confirmed it recently opened eight new detention and facilities seven of which are in louisiana all but one of them are in sparsely-populated areas. Lisa lehner is director of americans for immigrant justice. She represents detainees in glades county florida about one hundred miles from miami. Glades is the state's fourth least populated county surrounded by acres of sugarcane infield. I've never seen immigration attorney up there. You've never seen one never detainees there. She says are tweeted like hardened. Criminals glades aids has been the subject of a number of complaints and lawsuits they allege everything from misuse of pepper spray and solitary confinement to religious persecution later argues conditions are worse in rural facilities in part because fewer people can observe what's happening by contrast. She says when a brooklyn new york ice facility lost not for a week during a cold snap in january there was an outcry and if there's going in and out you would imagine that the people who are detaining immigrants are going to behave in a more careful way. It's not just that treatment might differ immigration courts in rural areas denied. Many more asylum cases sending detainees back back to their home countries. N._p._r.'s analysis of research from syracuse university found judges in rural immigration courts denied eighty seven percent of asylum cases compared to just over half an urban courts. Romi learner is associate director of the immigration clinic at the university of miami's law school. It is an issue because it means if you got a bad bucks. I think the team isn't a certain facility then you're almost guaranteed to be deported mississippi detainee. You'll alonzo hopes to beat those odds. He's appealing feeling his case for asylum and hopes to reunite with his family. You can gucci n._p._r. News this message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor comcast business gig fueled network solutions that help businesses go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary ordinary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot com.

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Matt Lauer's Wife Annette Officially Files for Divorce After 20 Years of Marriage

Ron St. Pierre

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Matt Lauer's Wife Annette Officially Files for Divorce After 20 Years of Marriage

"Matt Lauer and Annette Roker officially calling it quits will this took awhile brokers filed for divorce from her estranged judgment after twenty one years of marriage the two separated back in two thousand seventeen following the sexual misconduct allegations made against Lauer that cost him his high paying gig in B. C.'s today show according to TMZ Roque's going to walk away with twenty million Bucks in the settlement once the judge signs off on it that's some cold hard cash couple shares three kids too caught in the middle of all this mess eighteen year old Jack twelve year old fetus and fifteen year old rami or romi show Matt Lauer his wife finally and officially files for divorce twenty three million dollars as a settlement not bad for walk

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Automation could make ports more efficient and eco-friendly, but with fewer jobs

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:44 min | 3 years ago

Automation could make ports more efficient and eco-friendly, but with fewer jobs

"Does marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. And Brad click share with click share and you're meeting. You can share your scream instantly from any device. Click share instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com to learn more and sign up for your free trial. Automation could make ports more efficient and EKO friendly, but with fewer people from American public media, this is marketplace tech, I'm Amy Choi in from Ali would. More consumer goods come into the port of Los Angeles than any other US port a plan to use more unmanned, electric vehicles would bring major changes to the port and its surrounding economy, union workers are pushing back hard against automation at a protest this spring, workers held signs. It said robots don't pay taxes, and where will American labor work. But poor donor say that automated technology will cut costs in L A and help California meet its ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gases today. The port is noisy and polluted. A massive system of ships cranes and more than one thousand seven hundred trucks passing through a day. Most of them diesel automation could change that picture. Romi Varghese reporter for Bloomberg news tells us what an automated port of Los Angeles could look like it becomes almost silent when you when you see some of these automated vehicles in action under the plan that's being considered for the port of alleged. A for this one terminal, which is called peer for hundred which is the biggest shipping terminal in North America. By the way, der plan is to have this automated. Straddle carried is one big piece of equipment would basically do the job of three machines. How a lot of nation of the port effect the local economy. I, I know for the port of L A the local community is a is a community of L A called San Pedro. And it's a very blue collar community that has really relied on the ports for its economy, and honestly, deports in general are responsible for much of the economic activity in southern California. It's, it's a huge driver of jobs, both indirect, indirect jobs. I talked to a bar owner and about half her patrons are, are longshoremen, and she's worried. Well, if are fewer of them on going to have to cut back my employee hours. I'm not going to be able to hire bands to calm for nights of the week. And defaults who are promoting automation, are saying, look, we need to say, we need to stay competitive, we are losing market, share to east coast and Gulf Coast ports, because they are more nimble, and our ports are in, in the our ports in, in California just more expensive. So you have this micro aspect to this the micro impact, and then the macro impact, you know, your reporting revealed that there are forty four automated or semi automated ports around the world. But there are only five in the US it seems that that slow have we been slower to adopt this technology? American ports have definitely been slower to adopt this technology and a lot has to do with the power of local unions. And in Asia, a lot of these ports are, are newer, so they're using the most up to date technology, but generally American ports have been lagging. Ng in automation because of the concerns of how this affects local jobs, that was Romi Varghese reporter at Bloomberg news. She notes that LA mayor aarc are said he continues to lead talks between the union and the port. And now for some related links the need to go green in LA Israel public radio station KCRW reported that the Los Angeles and Long Beach metropolitan area was ranked the worst in the nation for ozone pollution for the nineteenth time by the American lung association. Some of the causes cars cars cars, and the ports on the automation, tip the Wall Street Journal, had an article about a new study by MacKenzie saying automation will hit both male and female Labor's equally. It's not just men working in manufacturing who are at risk of losing their jobs. But up to one hundred million women losing their jobs globally by twenty thirty primarily in clerical in customer service, gangs. And while both men and women may lose jobs and equal pay stewed automation women will be less likely to have the opportunity to get the training required for new jobs. And finally, we might not actually be. Ready for all of this automation? We're talking about urban planning scholars surveyed hundred twenty cities in America about their preparedness for self driving cars and only a tiny fraction of them have comprehensive plans for autonomous vehicles. One of them Los Angeles. It has an urban mobility in a digital age plan. That includes ideas about dedicated lanes for Altana, Mus cars municipal fleets of robotic buses, and shuttles and vehicle data sharing relationships, so that the city can manage traffic flow. You can read more at city lab dot com. A project of the Atlantic, I'm Amy Choi. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Marketplace keeps you connected to news and information you need on the radio on the web, and on the go. But we need your help so we can keep doing it. And doing more consider becoming a marketplace investor when you donate today. Your gift will go twice as far thanks to a dollar for dollar match from the Condado fund. Give online at marketplace dot org. 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"romi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"romi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"When I go to flagstaff I don't take seventeen from I'll either go. The back way through Prescott up eighty nine and then you take all the way up to forty and I tell you what just as fast ninety three up to forty and across. You know, in some cases, that would be true Romi in your situation that you found that to be the, the smart way to go. And I know other drivers are doing what you're saying they traveled north of Prescott to get up to interstate forty and head into flagstaff that way. But yes, we're looking to make a big difference with the projects that we're going to do, especially knowing that you have disabled vehicles or crashes, especially along that nountainous stretch between black canyon city and sunset point. If when we have the additional lanes, a separate facility two lanes, we will be able to utilize those lanes. Even if there's an incident, you can open them up to one direction or the other depending on where that incident has occurred. So that's the reason for building the flex lanes. Well, that'll be interesting to see an era flex lane. Flexible, it can be used for northbound or when we need it southbound. So. Memorial Day weekend. It's from Thursday through Saturday. The northbound is open. I'm assuming and then Sunday through Tuesday the it'll be open north at the beginning of the week. And then Sunday through Tuesday, the southbound everyone back. Yeah. And I know we have time to clarify, as we're designing and making those final decisions, they'll probably be something where we are able to inform folks, what the schedule is going to be for utilizing those particular lanes. I knew the emphasis would be on the northbound travel trying to climb that hill. But obviously they're, they're going to be times when southbound needs to use those lanes because of the volume of traffic returning from the high country. And y'all do a good job of letting people know what's going on. You've got a dot dot com. You've got a very active.

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"romi" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"romi" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"I suck. Geico down for some chugging Bruschi the big Cahoon up the third annual Green Bay quote stock September twenty six realm. The city you gotta come Thursday night game against the eagles. Not Cobra hitting it hard New York October three to seven Houston Tober seventeenth in the eighteen in Detroit Tober twenty six in the twenty seventh. Clone get at me a Kyle Green Bay, and I can't talk with this Romi. Paul pierce? You're a bum. Never go. After a Greek. God don't matter rockets don't matter who replaying books and six I'm out John Kyle. And this guy's got his year mapped out better than I have my your mapped out multiple stops. The guy got a love a guy that loves his show that much that he's all about meeting congregating spreading the word gospel getting together with other clones. And he's going to run that thing down. He's going to be at the Indy. Five hundred he's going to be in New York City. Of course, the third annual Green Bay clone. Stock you got a cow looking out with a rep rep this show hard way to mobilize congregate where to get your people together. Love it make sure you document all of that way to get me a winning hand finally at the blackjack table. That's that five that I've been looking for. Document everything, bro. Push it out a re tweeted all make sure everybody sees exactly what you're doing and Green Bay. It's still got Terry Stotts when we come back. I wanna get into Philadelphia Toronto. Crazy.

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"romi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"romi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'll have to say too when you're looking at author's from Tracy smiles to Hampton sides Jeffrey Seger. I mean, the list goes on and on come down here. You'll find somebody. You'll love listening to and get your book signed. Yeah. And I think Rosie will appreciate this ask at Asner about the Cajun sage that. He played in a movie called Christmas on the buy. You a lifetime Christmas movie? There you go. There you go. Yeah. I'll track him down run him down. Are north ballroom at one o'clock this afternoon. All right. Well, Lance you cover for Susan while she goes and checks that out it, isn't that is a fantastic event. Well, let's get back to our callers. And we do have our weekly homemade is how to will cover as well. But we want to see how we can help. Rick and Mesa I one triple eight seven six seven four three four eight that's one triple eight rosy for you. Rick. Yes. Rosy, a big that when you get your voice back because you Romi sound the same. But. Lately. I do appreciate that. When you get your voice fax. Anyway, I have I stuck on my house two years ago. And I know that this when we had a cold winter. But I noticed that the houses colder than when I had just a on there is normal. Well, your home is a framed home that was wood sided. It's a matter of fact, your home Rosie. Okay. Okay. And so when you plastered it did you stretch stretch to laugh right over the siding or did you put like one inch urethane foam on? I. Yes, sir. The the phone I had it done. They put the paper the foam. And then the chicken wire, then the yeah. Yeah. Well, it sounds like they did it. Right. And that that is going to give you some thermal stability, whether it's it's gonna make it cooler in the summer as well. The. Yeah, probably will make it a little bit cooler. It oughta make whatever you try to do inside much more consistent than it was prior to you installing the western one coat. Oh, I see. Okay. Romi then. Rosie. Thank you for your for your for your help on that. Okay. Yeah. You ought to. You ought to did you when they did that did you did you have the opportunity to upgrade to windows as well. Yes, sir. Before I moved in. They put the door pain Wendell. Oh, you on your ones that all the way around. Oh, yeah. And what vintage is you manufactured home? You mean, the euro? Yeah. It's like an on ninety. Okay. Well with the new efficient windows and the western one code insulating outs out salaciously stucco, you can be a good shape. Okay. And I do have a solar screens all the way around the house to. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You your home will be considerably more comfortable than it was. Okay. Thank you very much. All right. Rick. Thank you. I'm anxious for my voice to come back to Joe called Joe just one of your listeners. They said Jennifer now your husband on the air. I said, yes, that's Rosie's. I could recognize him. But he sounded like the right kind of information. So yes, this is Rosie back on the radio it. No. You do not like Romney. No, I think he was teasing. For a minute. He called you homie. He did. Homey. I got a lot in high school. I'm Jennifer's first husband. One and only baby. And when it comes to manufactured homes. I know this home has already been stuccoed in that case. But a lot of people do look for citing alternatives. And I always try and direct him away from stuck. Mm. One of the law of a longer term solution that doesn't require having to repaint repeat repaint. There are so many different varieties of brick veneers. That you can put on the exterior of that that's going to add a little bit more structural support to it. You could break all the way to the top and make it look like it was a homeless completely built and break or you can do it halfway do the ranch style. Look, that's a really really good traditional Arizona. Look. So for anyone else listening that might be in a manufactured home. That's looking for something other good just your T one eleven citing before you go stuccoed spend some time in a marville spend some time. Any of the old castle plants and just look at the options that they have in a veneer citing because. You don't even have to stick to one citing for the entire. Parameter a lot of times you've got built-in columns, you could do that in a different masonry than the than the sheet siding, and there's some really handsome looks. So you can accomplish out there that would not create something the you have to paint and maintain and repair cracks and caulking last America over the next twenty thirty forty years, you could do a brick citing and be done for that entire time. Absolutely. And I was in the stucco business for. The whole time. I was in college. Which was a long time. I thought I'd never get out. I avoid stucco. Every chance I get. It's great for what it is. But it is what it is. And if it's going onto a structural masonry wall. It's a lot better than if you're trying to apply it to a wall that was framed with wood that warps and cracks in twists that you've got, you know, foam and chicken wire putting it onto a masonry surface has a lot longer life on it. But anyway, there's a couple of great options for your Rick. We appreciate the call. It's going to be heck of a bug season this year, and you've got to be prepared to battle than before it explodes cleaning up around your house, making sure you're landscapes well-maintained, eliminating the the habitat for them is key. But regardless because of the amount of moisture, you can't take for granted your neighbors, not gonna do the same or the alley in the back way. We're going to have an explosion of pass, and it would ever passed constituition your fighting eight from bonafide has a solution for you. You can get but but not all eight is made for the same application. 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"romi" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"romi" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Copy. Pucker every fighter knows you. Never. Let it go to the car. It's not just because of the judges, but because of the moron in charge of reading them. You know, it's been a hell of a year for Iraq Craig in the jungle and before he accidentally created a bum smack loophole. He's self published his own memoir, and he came into the jungle to promote it on. Go fund me any completely mangled the plug figured Romi. Is you got so many listeners that one one hundred of the people listening contribute a dollar then I'll get up to my goal. I mean, it's expensive do self public- things. It's like, you know, almost twenty grand hit me with that gofundme page one more time is he Irae Craig at young dot com. Brother is that an Email address or go fund me page funding? No, it's not the clones somehow still managed to chip him off nearly two grand. No. Thanks at all though to Bodey impair land, Cody is in parallel. I write whatever I've been through every damn hurricane on the Gulf Coast. So probably bootstraps up I'm dorm repairs. Man. I'm leaving giggling something down here. And then finally in April for more than a decade, Alvin to Laura has been one of the true goats of this business. But what I did not know is that all along he had been moonlighting as one of the goats of play-by-play ninety.

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Trump disinvites Philadelphia Eagles from White House over anthem dispute

Tom Griswold

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Trump disinvites Philadelphia Eagles from White House over anthem dispute

"Accusation of witness tampering limburg's michael barr has the latest good morning good morning bob special counsel robert muller has accused former trump campaign chairman paul manafort of trying to tamper with witnesses in his ongoing criminal investigation muller's prosecutors claim in court paper filings that manafort and a longtime associate tried to contact to witnesses to secure false testimony about work that a group of former senior european politicians secretly did on behalf of ukraine it's mid term primary day in eight states bloomberg's nathan hager in washington reports one of them could provide a much clearer picture of congressional control in november that would be california not just because it's the most populous state and therefore has the most congressional seats at play it also has a top two primary system the top two votegetters advanced to the general election regardless of party democrats are really concerned lindbergh's romi varghese because there are so many democrats that these these districts they thought they could flip from republican they might just have to republicans racing off in november in washington i'm nathan hager bloomberg daybreak the philadelphia eagles have been uninvited to the white house for an event that was scheduled for today it's overdue dispute about protesting during the national anthem meanwhile philadelphia mayor jim kenney was vocal about the disinvite saying it only proves that our president is not a true patriot i'm proud of our players you're extremely what they're wonderful athletes and their great in the community they cheer they raise money trump says instead of the eagles event you'll be hosting a different type of ceremony with the us marine band brexit talks restart today in brussels bloomberg's thomas penny reports ringing in the ears of british negotiators will be a demand from businesses for clarity and uncertainty on how the voice.

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