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Should Women and Men Handle Money Differently?

How to Money

07:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Should Women and Men Handle Money Differently?

"So first of all. Let's talk about how you get money in the first place and that is earn it right and according to the pew research center Women earned eighty five percent of what men earned in two thousand eighteen That pay gap is shrinking Particularly for younger workers which is a positive trend but that is still a meaningful hurdle to overcome. The pay. Gap is partly due to to work history. You know like having kids great you know. But as we mentioned with the fidelity study earlier taking time off to have quetta's like it often leads to job offers in worse income prospects not to mention the years of not generating any income which often reflects years of not investing in a workplace retirement account in particular. If there's a match there right and those are some big disadvantages to overcome yell like you said at the beginning matt that stat also reflects some structural issues when it comes to male and female pay. But here's another thing to matt When we're talking about pay women are actually often averse to asking for more money than their male counterparts. There was a survey from ron saad. Last year the found that sixty percent of women have never negotiated with employer. Overpay women are also more likely to stay at a lower wage job to according to The personal finance web site the balance. And that's not good right because even just a small bump in pay with a new employer or in a job that been in for years can have just a massive impact on your ability to earn more throughout the years and then also save more for retirement. So i think of all of the things in this episode where we see. Maybe you know women as sex falling short. It is in in the ability to ask for more at knowing what they're worth again. This is another instance where you might be listening and you're thinking i've never had a problem negotiating a race like i've never had a problem asking for more money so again. It's important to keep in mind that though the research shows us like we know any totally doesn't apply to everyone. I'm specifically thinking of two conversations with Kirstin and julian saunders. The couple behind rich and regular that was episode. Eighty six and julianne was just bragging. About how great pearson is at negotiating. Evidently she's just like the queen negotiating more. Pay if you had to listen to that upset go back and listen to that one. Is that regardless of your gender. Earning more it's just so important right and all of us could stand to our abilities on that front And we've had lots of different conversations on the show that specifically cover you know not just stories of individuals negotiating but just how to go about doing that. I'm of Ramiz sadie that was Backing up said one ten and he outlined a great process a great method You know when it comes to wanting to up your salary. You know what steps you need to take. In order to negotiate a solid race gam thinking to matt had far new darabi on the show. She is just awesome personal finance expert and at the same time. She is someone who has made a killing as a small business owner. She knows her worth. she knows. how to negotiate. Yes so like you said there are many women out. there are crushing it. Who don't have a problem and asking for what they're worth. Who don't have a problem asking for a raise. It's just when you read those statistics. There are obviously a number of women who do though. And i wanna see. That number changed for the benefit of women as a whole absolutely. Let's about spending to do women spend more. That's an interesting question. My wife personally met hates to shop. I really. She just defies the stereotypes. And actually i don't know i don't mind shopping. A little bit roles are a little bit reverse exactly but there was a study by the wharton school of business that found that women are more likely to view shopping as a recreational activity. My mom definitely fits that bill Most men wanna leave the store with their purchases quickly as possible but even though women enjoy shopping more it turns out men still spend more than women in a typical year so while men might not enjoy the process of shopping as much. They still shopping. Just from a utilitarian standpoint sure yeah also that increase spending with the stats as well. There's there's a survey from wallet hub earlier this year. They showed that men are more likely to max out a credit card. Women are apparently seven percent less likely than men to have maxed out credit card at least once in so while women they might enjoy the shopping experience. More than men do a lot of different stats. Show that women are more cost conscious. They're more likely to shop at alice. Stores more likely to to wait till something they want is actually on sale The store brands more than men. And so you know when it comes to spending this this is definitely a win in this category for sure And so i i of see this as a call to min to stop spending so much money on neighboring items fan. Yeah i feel like. I'm totally guilty of this. I totally fall into the study. I don't like to go looking for the best deal. I do because i'm spending less but like i'll look at maybe two or three different sites and then i just purchase right whereas for you like i feel you are so good at hunting and making sure you're keeping your eyes on the best deals out there making sure that you're spending the the least amount of money possible. I feel that's something that we all need to make sure that we're doing right. And so you know regardless of who you are. We should all work to just become a little more conscious and how it is that we spend our money. I gotta say mets. I don't care whether you're man or woman but store brands should be high on your list because they're going to save you a ton of money it's just like in savings when you go for the storebrand over the name brand equivalent unless it's your craft beer equivalent And you're wanting to spend a little bit more on the because it makes you feel nice. Can't name brand everything though. I think i think sometimes that's a tendency here. Maybe that men have The men just gravitate towards the name brand no matter what it is without thinking about it and that's where we need to shake things up right and we we need to consider storebrand's more frequently also too. I think we've talked about this. The quality of store brand items has gone up a whole lot in recent years. Her kirkland signature brag. There's other ones too man. Like target has some great Store brands that are better than their name brand equivalent. Sometimes so yeah. It's not just costco yeah costco rockstar Let's see let's talk about saving as well. There's more good news here. It turns out that the the savings rate for women is actually higher than their male counterparts. They save a higher percentage of their pay. They spend less of what they bring in and much of. That is due to the more frugal. Tendencies that we just highlighted when we talked about spending differences but even the women are saving a higher percentage of their income on average. They've actually got less than thirty percent of what men have in savings accounts according to data from the federal reserve from a few years ago That is likely due to the fact that overall they're still making less like we discussed earlier which means a smaller amounts of money saved overall. Yeah one of the reasons. Women have a higher savings rate as well Is that according to a survey by. Us bank women of all ages value financial security more than men do. But here's the thing than that. Focus on financial. Security can often backfire. If you keep more of your overall assets and savings and cds instead of invested in the stock market right like savings for saving for long-term goals is really important but so is investing For the really long

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Rescue Dog Saves Owner’s Life After He Suffers Stroke, New York

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:49 sec | Last month

Rescue Dog Saves Owner’s Life After He Suffers Stroke, New York

"Story this morning. And it could have been much worse for a New Jersey man who suffered a severe stroke last week if his shelter dog had not been by his side, literally saving his life, and it never would have happened if Sadie the German Shepherd had not been surrendered by her previous family because she wasn't allowed to move to a new residents with them. Heather Central of the Ram Apo Bergen Animal Refuge, which took Sadie in says even though it's her new owner, Brian, whose life Sadie saved Even he hopes this will be a lesson one person. Out there. One landlord. Here's the story and thinks differently about this breed, you know and changes their pet policy. You know that the wind When Brian was stricken, he was able to grab Sadie's collar, and she dragged him with all of her strength to his cell phone to call 911 Patrick Lavery, New Jersey when a 1.5 news

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"sadie" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

04:01 min | Last month

"sadie" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Because you're like no like my life is changing. The i'm not changing But you know it's cool. Because i feel like god is already american since then. A lot of those friends at a lost the time circle back and kinda rekindled but. Yeah that was an interesting thing to navigate for sure. Would you do a reality show again. I think i would i. Would it depends on what it was really is a whole thing. I mean it is a full on situation. I loved it and it was so fun for the gift of getting to be my family so much and hanging out with like uncle cy. My grandparents who like i wouldn't like hanging out with on a regular basis sides the show like that was such a blessing subsided. It with my family loved to. I wouldn't want a show about me because that's just not a personality about people. I love it city. I'm running out of time with you. But before i let you go you have time for some rapid fire questions. Rapid fire questions were sadie robertson. Real quick they repeat stopping eliminate pineapple. Really i love china visa and right out the gate so controversial. I know i felt like. I had to say favorite book irregular people. It's like from nineteen eighty. Something great grandma gave it to me. Who's the first kiss. Oh jeez please. Tell me i to say this terrible kids. Poor guys like damn. It was the first concert you went to probably mercy me. I'm not even kidding. Felton lights on church concert. What was your first car. I did have a snow so weird to say. Those i have w x three a white one is very pretty than i traded it in for a jeep because i felt like it fit my personality. More what's your biggest pet peeve snacking like when you're eating yeah like when you're eating late my husband could smack on like air like i don't even know how he does it. It's just like it's actually a talent who's the most famous person in your phone guy. I am no idea no idea. I'll just say this funny. Because he's like my dad's best friend but luke bryan is like one of our people and he would not care that i would say his name. What's the weirdest superstition that you have. I don't really extra positions by used to play basketball. I thought if i didn't wear my hair and two braids and our have a bad game was one thing that's always in your fridge avocados. What's physical trade that you notice about someone. You're attracted to say. Chris chris is. Do you believe in soul mates How would you describe your self insecure. Who was or is your celebrity crush on. How celebrity crush i gotta say my husband. He savors lastly. Who is your favorite family member. Now that's controversial sake of everybody probably agree with me and my great grandmother who is alleged sadie robertson. Thanks so much for being on the wells cast. You've been a delight everyone out there. Go download the faithful app at the app store and google play. Download or subscribe to whoa. That's good by your book. Follow you wear on instagram. Legit sadie rob and pretty much from there. Put everything else else. Go there say thanks so much on the show. you're awesome. Yeah thank you to hang letter. Well she's just the sweetest thing in the world then a lot really young age. Jesus kind of battle myself mcgregor book show. Hope you enjoyed it. Yeah let me go watch him. Duck dynasty later. Subscribe to wealth cast on iheartradio apple. Podcasts or anywhere. You get your podcast. It's the internet. You know. I always.

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"sadie" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

05:58 min | Last month

"sadie" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Do with this. This isn't real. This isn't me. I think we do that a lot on social media but when you give them your authenticity who you are before okay that i could be. I could be friends with that. I could get behind that. I can learn from that because it's relatable so once to take the pressure on myself to try to perform be perfect or be this unrealistic expectation of who i could be Things got a lot less anxiety. Ridden you've been in the spotlight in a lot of different avenues. Right like starting out with duck dynasty and being on a reality show and then kind of doing this competition situation with dancing with the stars and now just getting in front of well. I seven hundred thousand people. What do you like best of all those media outlets. What have you had. The most fun. Doing definitely share messages. Preachy your motivating people. I think just because you know there are things in life that you get to do that are that are good thing for you in that you have fun with and then there are other things like you get to do for other people. And that's something that i see as a thing for other people like when you share message and somebody comes up to you and says i've been dealing with anxiety for four years revenue depression or i have lost hope but when you said that i literally changed everything in my life like a started going back to address. Started waking up happier this you see this actual shift in. Somebody's life because of something you spoken to them and i know it's not me i know it's god but it's an incredible things to get to know that your words in your life had as needing and i think everybody has opportunity that whether you have seven hundred thousand people watching her seven people talk about how our words hold the power of life and death so are words really matter what we say is they're going to build somebody up or it's tear somebody down and so for me. It is nothing like what i do now. Even though of course into the stars of so cool and it was so fun. It was a blast of ballots. Way more scared you in that one hundred now who won your season alfonzo rivera. Incredible a loved him totally deserved to win. I came in second. And i told him from the beginning. I'll i'm gonna try to stay right behind. You and i'd be be good i did. The hallway has like check. I don't think a guy that has his own dance named after him should be allowed to go on a show called dancing with the stars. I know a little bit of unfair advantage. Oh i got one in my own heart. Just because i came in second to him who has a dad's named after him. It was really going back to like kind of being vulnerable and people really gravitating towards you being honest or does not being perfect. I know a couple of years back he kind of opened up about eating disorders and your religious person is that something you have to prey on before you're able to become really really vulnerable with millions of people. Yeah for sure for sure you know one of my mentors so me one time so wait until your story becomes testimony shirt with people and what she meant by. That is that you can share your story with anybody. Everybody store you can get on. You can say anything these days a lot. We will do that. You know. I could get on a toy all my life problems but that isn't really help me or really doesn't help anybody else. Because i'm just dumping a lot of stuff that i really need to be talking to the people of our actual life about but then there comes a point where you can reach a testimony where you come through something and you have advice to give because you live through it and it's hard and it's really messy and it's not something you feel proud to share but at the same time you do because you know other people feel the same way and need to hear somebody say hey i was there but i got through it and you can't do and so i think when you get to the point in your life where you've gone through something tough and you know this could be a value to share with somebody else to say that you're seeing your known and you're going to make it I think it's a gift to the world to be vulnerable in that way. But i think sometimes we do share things too soon because we want comfort from online. Which you really shouldn't try to find your comfort and people are like as they don't know you and they don't sued your heart. Well you know and so. I think that there's wisdom in waiting until it's time to share something. That is really personal to you. I'm always interested to talk to famous religious people about social media because they're amazing things that come with social media allah. You had seven hundred thousand people. At that event you were talking about earlier and probably wouldn't have been able to touch that many lives without that big of a following but the juxtaposition in that is that there is like lot of just evil. And hey and trolls that. Come with social media. How are you able to balance the two. Yeah well the truth is is. It's a it's a constant battle you know their days or apso president social media and online. Oh so evil to terrible. But then there are every day that i that i know that there is also opportunity for good and you have to know that social media is what we make it so you know you look at that and you're like that's what we've made it like we the people who get to make our profile and choose what we posted choose we follow have made it the way that it is so there's a huge responsibility to make better because it is up to us to make it better and you know the bible it talks about. Jesus caused us to be the light of the world to be like a city on a hill. Who is light gives off like light to the whole world and so i think about that in a place that is so dark like that literally is are calling to be alike to be a good example to bring joy on a place that normally brings hate to bring love on a place that brings you know. Hey angeles trolls and all this stuff to bring peace to people in their day whenever people are reading with anxiety and we have an opportunity to post up like that and so there is a balance..

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"sadie" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

05:13 min | Last month

"sadie" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Dancing with the stars. Sadie robertson huff. Welcome to the show sadie. How doing thanks so much doing good. How are you. i'm doing well. You look great where you speaking to us from. I'm in west monroe louisiana at office. Oh cool office right there. west monroe. Now i've actually spent a lot of time louisiana. Where is that located in comparison to new orleans or or a loaf. So we're like up north so we're actually like closer to dallas texas and we aren't in new orleans really more towards report bolger yet yet got close to shreveport. I've been out there to all right all right first off congrats on your pregnancy. Thank you so much. It's wild or so excited bright or you look you look great. How long are you. I'm twenty three weeks so moving along twenty three. That's making me do math. What is that for the lower four months. That's why i say weeks got it. Do you know what you're having already. Yes they're having a girl. Congratulations was there was no debate on waiting to find out. You want to know right away me and my husband both where like not waiting on surprises. Unlike the person that wants to tell him all his christmas gift so we knew we could not wait. Got it do you have names picked up. We do but that one is a secret ensure did you already have it prior to the baby like you knew. I'm going to have dead yet. It's it's kinda like in memory of someone special to us. So we we already knew. I respect that it's always. It's always funny to me when people say well. We're going to wait to see with the baby. We're going to wait until we meet the baby and like really they'll be the baby's going to say something. Charles will they kinda look alike any kind of small and pink. And what have you now. You had to battle. Cove it while you were pregnant. Yeah tell me about that..

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"sadie" Discussed on Hurdle

Hurdle

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"sadie" Discussed on Hurdle

"Really hard times with hope and a growth mindset. Something really beautiful is on the other side and just to trust that. Lean into struggle constraints and even despair with an openness to learning and That's all we can really do and when we do that. That's when change happens. That's an innovation happens So that's what i would remind her. I am so happy that we got to have this shot. I have love a woman with a growth mindset philosophy. I appreciate you so so much. I appreciate you in the inspiration and work you do in the world so much emily. This podcast is amazing. Thank you how do the hurdlers keep up with you. How do they keep up with bar. Three give me some details. Sure we have a challenge coming up on in january and february. That's that everyone can check out if you go to bar. Three dot com b. a. r. r. e. three dot com lots of on great practices planned and and amazing guest instructors and then on of course our instagram is bar three and all the regular places. Facebook twitter my personal. Instagram has sadie. Lincoln had led to stay in touch there. Oh emily before you go. I have to tell you. Yeah you gifted me athletic. Greens i three years ago love. It's my fave. i must suffer. I mean obviously. I'm a sucker for it but yeah and it's i so it's one of those things it's like you give someone a gift and i just wanted to make sure you know like it wasn't wasted on me and gifting to my whole team this year. So oh my let you know. Oh my god ah first of all. I'm sure if the team from athletic greens is listening to this. They're going totally out. But that makes me so happy. I mean the thing is and and. I'm sure that you feel this way as well like whenever you talk about something like you just wanna make sure that people know that it's something that like you actually use and that's how i feel about all the sponsors i haven't heard but especially athletic greens because i literally drink it every single morning. Yeah it's awesome. I saw it in my kid smoothies and they love it too. So it's a sneak attack. I loved that. I am over at emily body at hurdle podcast another hurdle concord. Catch you guys next time..

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How Our Election Process Has Failed Us ~ POLITICALLY INCORRECT on #EATruthRadio w/ Andy Shecktor  - burst 02

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

10:52 min | 2 months ago

How Our Election Process Has Failed Us ~ POLITICALLY INCORRECT on #EATruthRadio w/ Andy Shecktor - burst 02

"Eating politically incorrect with your host and ruth. Scheckter this week's politically incorrect. Podcast topic is why our election process has failed us. Rock you by colonel airs media dot com also known as ea truth media myself andrew scheckter author of dark water game over into time delegates for donald trump the republican national convention. Please help us with a donation to donate ninety eight online. Remind some bling stored idea media. Online please help keep the truth online. This evening we're going to say a deep prayer to understanding of all this going on and all that is yet to come with faith in god. The god alone knows the past. We will succeed. We must have that faith and we must not give up that faith so dear heavenly father. Let's pray your heavenly father. We pray that you give us the power. And the strength to remain ever vigilant to pass your word on the your strength and courage on not only to others outside the fold which there are many these days to those who call themselves great christians who call themselves great levers in god in whatever form who failed to have the face needed to trust in you heavenly father. Please give us that strength. Please see that we have the power to prevail in your holy name. We pray amen. What are the essential in. The human body can have many chemicals that are our cat. Bottler causing many health related challenges. It's crucial to make sure you're consuming clean super antioxidant drinking water. A great sponsor shares. A technology only helps with inflammation in our body also produces the most hydrating water in the world. Please go to the laker description. Learn about our sponsors premium water technology. Darrell k dot com. So as always. We're gonna start out a little bit slow kind of the opposite of what most broadcast or podcast do. We seem to build up people in the on a live cast over time in new. Y- typically on my podcast. The theme runs through the the the majority of the podcast. If you missed the beginning you may be bored with the end. So it's better to be bored to beginning build up that excitement towards the end we start out with a little bit of a philosophy that i have personally a lot of the christians. We look at the new testament as soon as the book. you know. it's the only book to read. In fact a lot of lot of good practicing christian. Good people carry a new testament around my my church minister of modern day christian fellowship reverts that and takes back the old testament and the important things in the old testament because the old testament is the concrete foundation for the new testament. Without which there is no new testament new testament. We're forgiven of our sins from the old testament. We're forgiven sins of the past. But those sins were based on gifts that were given to us by god. The entire universe given to us by god. There's a lot of great things in the old testament that bring people back into the fold. The number of times. That women are empowered in the old testament. Everyone says oh. It's a man's book about men and is true. Men had a lot of the power back in those days. But when god created god created us in his image man and woman he created them in his image. Now why is that. Such an important statement is probably the most important statement in the entire bible old and new testament and most people ignore it. It's incredibly important because it shows us that we have that power with us. The power of god resides within each and every one of us. If we to accept it choose to use it. We have the power to change the way our country runs. We have the power to change the way we think. And the way others think by believing in ourselves and believing that we are got incarnation essentially. Because that's what the test the old testament says. That's why you don't see god you don't stand up and talk to god but when you talk god hears because all of us in existence every human being a small part of that small piece of god. That's why we need to maintain that power and strength and this election is really proven that most christians sir bible people call themselves bible believers most jews who believe in god and tradition more than anyone gave them and they're still giving up. Oh it's over it's over for donald trump. it's over for america it's done. We've used our last card folks. There's still some trump cards left literally rather than the mon the things that we've lost. Let's have faith. Let's have prayer sessions. Let's have believe until the bitter end until the twentieth of january. Nothing is over. And i'm the sixth of january. We may be surprised house george election ago. I don't know. I talked to god every night. I say god. Please help us please. I love you. Please help us. I trust you. You can't pray for something specific like god. Let trump win. Maybe that's not the best thing for. I don't know i hope. Trump wins the pray for god knows is right. What will that be and why will it they. We have to have faith that the path is right. We have to believe that tower of believing that will make things happen. All right waited long enough on the copy of the night. I just had to get that off. My chest elections the election process. How did we get where we are today at. Thomas jefferson said that a republican last about two hundred years most countries lasts most most democracies last about two hundred years and they fall apart. So how did we get to. We are today and is it possible to fix it. I don't think it's ever going to be fixed. Sadly because there too much monetary interest in in having it broken too much monetary interest in having the lust of the world at your fingertips in the money that it brings in greed lust for luxuries. We are everything. The bible tells you not today but why did it work for so long sadie to go back to the days of the constitution and it was about six. I believe sixteen years after the constitution was written it was actually ratified during that sixteen year. Period founders had many many. Many meetings was after the constitution was written. Couldn't figure out how to actually piece everything together so it would function not just for now to get away from england not just from now to get away if the rule of pope for all time and they knew that this wouldn't last they created they chose to discuss rather a democracy republic an answer and several other forms of ruler of role as well. They came down to a choice that most people don't like to call it that but it was was called a. m. democratic republic now call a constitutional republic but basically the democracy part lies in the fact that we can vote for the people that are supposed to represent us theoretically and those people do the bidding for us they chose a constitutional republic because democracy fails and you can see that right now they want you know pop the popular vote. That's a democracy the popular vote and one hundred and three hundred million. Excuse me one hundred. Two hundred million people live in the cities and one

Bar resigns as Attorney General after an attack from Trump

WSJ What's News

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Bar resigns as Attorney General after an attack from Trump

"Attorney. General william bar will resign just before christmas. His departure comes. After the disclosure of efforts he made to shield federal investigations into president. Elect joe biden son hunter from public view during the twenty twenty campaign. This despite calls from president trump and republican allies to announce a probe but as wsj justice reporter sadie gherman tells us. There was controversy before the election. Season justice department officials current and former as well as democrats and other legal observers had often criticized for being what they described. As the president's defense attorney he had sort of wielded the power of the justice department benefit trump's friends and associates specifically personally intervening in cases to give them leniency and career officials and even some politically appointed people in the department had often said that bar was his willingness to sort of overturn their decisions and his forceful nature and his unorthodox approach to leading the justice department at strain morale and also. They said made it harder to do their jobs in his resignation. Letter bar praised the president for what he described as historic accomplishments. President trump tweeted that their relationship had been a very good one and that barr had done an outstanding job.

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Ramit Sethi - How To Start Your Own Thing

The $100 MBA Show

06:02 min | 3 months ago

Ramit Sethi - How To Start Your Own Thing

"A follower in a student of her meets cities worked for the past eight years. And i love his take on building sensible sustainable businesses and a practical step by step way his book. I will teach you to be rich is a must read here on the hundred armed. Ba and for good reason. It's a sensible practical guide on getting your personal finances in order. One of the things that we discuss in today's guest interview is a lot of your money. Problems can be solved by making just a little bit more money. Earning more income. But how do you build that business to allow you to do. So how do you get started. And that's what we get into in today's episode. We're through meet sadie if you want to take it beyond today's episode then you're gonna want to check our meets new program called earn -able more about that later. But if you're curious you can head onto i w t dot com slash earn. But for. now we're going to segue into my conversation with ramiz safety on building your own thing. It's great to have your me on the show I've been a fan of your work. A follower of what you do for a very long time. It's funny because we have similar friends. You've talked about this before. And i've i've learned a lot of things through those people who learn from you. So it's great to actually get the source hunted as podcasts. And we really want to focus today on the subject of building. A business on the side were hopefully it can become their full-time thing. I want to hear a little bit about why you think this is important and and a little bit more about. Why do you think our listeners can benefit from today's lesson. When i asked people in their forties what is their number one concern. The answer is always the same money and when you think about money the way that we have been taught to think about money especially in america is one of restriction. It's sitting no no no. You can't spend money on law as no. You can't go on vacation no. You can't do anything and implicit in that. Is the idea that we only have a fixed pie. This is my money. Don't don't tax me. Don't charge me anything. Because this is all i have for the rest of my life. It's such a fixed mindset. And i have a different framework called the ceo. Framework cut. Costs is one that we're all familiar with e is for earned more and then always for optimizing your spending like negotiating your credit cards and things like that. The part is really what i want to talk about because it is so powerful. It's really a force multiplier and if we all take a hard look in the mirror we will all probably realize that. There's a limit to how much you can cut but there is no limit to how much you can earn so if you think about starting a business and you earn five hundred bucks a month for a lot of people that's life changing. Maybe you start there and you say hey i earned five hundred bucks made a couple of sales. Well maybe i could turn that into three thousand. Well if i can turn three thousand. I could turn that into thirty thousand. Of course i need to learn skills. That are different along the way. But i can see a path to that number and once you start to earn that money. You can decide. Hey do i wanna go full time on this or do i love my job and i just want to keep this on the side and spend saturdays doing it. And that's it. It gives us options. It gives us empowerment. It gives us the ability to create our rich life. So that's why. I'm excited to talk about starting a business how to do it. Pricing psychology. this is the stuff that i love talking about. All of this for those who will follow the show. They know that eyesight hustled for over a decade before. I went into full-time entrepreneurship. And one of the things that i am so thankful that side hustle period was it a gave me time with a safety net to find out. What kind of entrepreneur. i wanna be. What kind of business do i want to run. Do i like retail. Do like online too. I like products or services. And it's such a luxury to have that safety net. But i want to ask the question. At what point. How do they know how did you know it's time to say you know i'm been playing it safe site housing for a certain amount of time. One is the time to make the leap and say you know what leap of faith bell myself fulltime entrepreneurship. Here's what i did. I set a rule for myself. I'm not even going to think about leaving my fulltime job until i earn more from my side hustle. Three months consecutively. That's a pretty high bar that means that month one. I might do it onto. I didn't get it back to square one start again. So it's a pretty high bar. Why did they do that. Because i wanted to organize my finances before. I decided to make a leap because when i started a business. It's very much the same as when i go to make a purchase for something that's really important to me. I would rather save or invest. So that when i go to get that i don't have to think about money. I can get whatever i want. And that's the same way that i approached it with knowing when to make the leap now for other people that may not be the case. You may decide if i'm making x dollars per month. I'm going to make the leap fine little less conservative little bit more aggressive than my rule. 'cause i did it consecutively. But that's your rule. The key thing here is to have a rule ahead of time once you start making money generating customers you're gonna start thinking about other things and it's always good to have a guideline before you start. You can adjust it later. It's just on paper but it's good to have a rule whether it's my rule or your own personal rule for at an when you're ready to make a move

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Covid: US gives full approval for antiviral Remdesivir drug

Balance of Power

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Covid: US gives full approval for antiviral Remdesivir drug

"A Corona virus being a vaccine being available by year end. And yesterday, the FDA of granted its first approval for a treatment, not a vaccine, but a treatment room disappear to Gillian. Scarlett Foods here with some of the details, and, of course, from disappear is one of the treatments that President Trump was given. After he was diagnosed. We saw Gilead Sciences, the company gap higher at the open, rising as much as 4.9%. This is a drug that was originally developed to treat Ebola, and it's now become the first covert drug to get FDA formal approval before that it was available. Under emergency used authorization. So Gilly, I can now move forward with marketing the drug, The new brand name will be victory. I'm not sure why they're changing in. There must be something more to that. But given that everyone knows that, as from disappear, it's a bit of a puzzle to me. Gillian had said it would charge US hospitals about $3100 for most patients now in terms of the numbers, analysts estimate 2020 sales will be about $2.2 billion. Cos. Expected to sell 1.5 million doses this year. One blockbuster drug, of course, can make a huge difference for biotech firm and Gillian will need it because it's getting a lower return from its research and development. Then some of its peers only 40% versus a 42% at Vertex and Bio Marin. Now the FDA approved and disappear for emergency used back on May 1st. But if you look at the stock price, it actually hasn't done that. Well. It's fallen about 23%. Sadie Group says that Gilead has first mover advantage. But that only goes so far because The drug will provide a short term boost for revenue. But sales were actually taper off in the second half, when there's more competition from vaccines and anybody treatments are in development right now make so much the scarlet food for that

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Why Warren Buffett is gambling on Japan’s distinctive dealmakers

MarketFoolery

03:57 min | 6 months ago

Why Warren Buffett is gambling on Japan’s distinctive dealmakers

"Buffett celebrated his ninetieth birthday doing what a lot of folks like to do when they wanNA treat themselves. He went shopping. Berkshire hathaway has stakes in the five leading trading companies in Japan Sumitomo. Oto Chew Mario Benny Mitsui and company and Mitsubishi Corp.. They. Import. Everything from. Energy and metals to textiles and food and. This is. Clearly a big move. In of itself. What does this investment on buffets parts? sadie. Let's start there. Well once again as always we have to remember that with Berkshire hathaway sometimes, the numbers almost feel like cheat codes because six point five billion dollars is not a huge investment for Berkshire Hathaway stake in Apple at stake. In Coca Cola are much larger than this but buffet for after years of not really looking outside of the United States has really started doing. So he's bought Israeli companies about German companies he's invested in China in Brazil and now he's investing heavily in a very interesting segment of Japan. These are extremely economically sensitive trading companies. Japanese are called Sogo Shosha. And they are they will trade in almost anything and I believe that one of the reasons that he wants to have he wants the stake in these companies is that is that because these companies are chameleons they will invest in everything they have joint ventures all over the world and so yet another way for Berkshire Hathaway to have additional boots on the ground additional is nears looking for new things that they can invest in. So really interesting timing for this it may be you know again, his suggestion I in a soft way that it's really hard to find opportunities here in the US that the Japanese market relatively inexpensive and. Like everyone else you know I'm sure a lot of everyone woke up this morning and was surprised by what Buffett has done and. By now, a lot of people are saying that makes that S-. You look at those five stocks. They're all up. You know five to ten percent. It's. A lot of times when buffet makes them move? One of the things we talk about is how buffet is to tell people like look just don't blindly follow me you shouldn't blindly follow anyone do your research and all that. But Is this something US investors should look at given what the comments you just made about the relative value of the market in. Japan. The best performing stock market in the entire world over the last decade. Stock Market Stock Index is the S. and P. Five hundred, and it's really not even close when you don't denominated in dollars. It's the number one. Japan's is actually since Ave came to power it, it has outperformed every other major stock exchange with the exception of China and the US S. and P. Five hundred it is a we tend to think of it as being more bond. I think American. Investors still have a dramatically too low exposure to two markets that are outside of the US. And Yeah there are I think that in the US almost every opportunity has at least in some ways been monetize whereas in a lot of other countries that is not the case at. Japan. Definitely one of those countries.

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DHS official removed from post amid reports his office compiled intel on journalists

On Being

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

DHS official removed from post amid reports his office compiled intel on journalists

"House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff says his panel has been conducting an investigation into the Homeland Security Department's top intelligence official Sheriff released a statement this weekend following media reports and Sadie HS has reassigned Brian Murphy. Following words at his office, I created intelligence reports on journalists and protesters in

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Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:48 min | 7 months ago

Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer

"Today's leading lady was one of the first black actresses to earn celebrity status. She was known as the First Lady of the screen. Let's talk about Evelyn prayer. Evelyn Jarvis was born in eighteen, ninety six in Vicksburg Mississippi after her father died. Evelyn's family moved to Chicago where she performed in Vaudeville shows and practice street, preaching to raise funds to build church. In Nineteen fifteen, when she was nineteen years old Evelyn married her first husband Frank Career. In Nineteen Eighteen Evelyn met author and director Oscar me show who'd become a highly influential African American filmmaker. We show made films for a predominantly black audience and was able to avoid stereotypes that Hollywood Films Inc... Evelyn made her film debut in me. Shows film The homesteaders where she played a woman who's evil, overbearing father causes her husband to abandon her. Michaud Evelyn, his goto leading actress, and in Nineteen Twenty, she started within our gates. She played a teacher who fights to save a school for Black Children. It's the only feature film Evelyn made that survive to this day. As her career blossomed, Evelyn played dramatic characters and was known for her versatility. In between films, Evelyn joined the Lafayette players a black, the actual stock company since theaters were segregated by law in the South and by practice in the north. The Lafayette players brought traditional theater to black audiences throughout the US. Evelyn married her second husband fellow actor Edward Thompson while on tour. In nineteen twenty one, Evelyn performed in the chip woman's fortune. The first drama written by a black playwright to appear on Broadway. The show only ran for two weeks, but W E. B deploys said that dramatically and spiritually it was one of the greatest successes. This country has ever seen. In nineteen twenty six, Evelyn landed a role in the successful Broadway Production Blue Bell. She understudied and played the role of a Harlem Prostitute. She then appeared in the West Coast Revival of Sadie Thompson. We're her performance garnered critical acclaim. In addition to being a talented actor Evelyn was a gifted vocalist. She thrived cabaret and theater, and was occasionally accompanied by a young duke. Ellington and Red Nichols. Up. L.! Y.. Evelyn start in sixteen films. She easily transition from silent films to talkies in the nineteen thirties, musical Georgia rose, which was about a black family migrating north. In nineteen thirty-one Evelyn performed in the film. Ladies of the big house alongside Sylvia Sidney. WHO's one of the most famous entertainers at the time? Her final role was in blonde. Venus which starred Marlene Dietrich and cary grant. Evelyn's performance was credited. Evelyn refused roles that attempted to typecast her, and instead continued acting in challenging roles. Many black actors at the time were not permitted to play. In nineteen, thirty, two Evelyn gave birth to her daughter Adiv Evelyn suffered from postpartum complications, and soon after died of double pneumonia, she was thirty six years old. Though, her career ended prematurely. Evelyn left her mark on Hollywood and on history. She's remembered as pioneering actor and

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Get to Know Cristina Mittermeier

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

05:04 min | 8 months ago

Get to Know Cristina Mittermeier

"Welcome to good night stories rebel girls. I am Sadie from Nashville I'm eight years old and I'm interviewing Cristina. Mittermeier was the narrator of last week's episode of good night's toys for girls. If you haven't heard last week's episode now is a good time to go back and check it out. Christina, would you like to introduce yourself? My name is Christina Mittermeier I am a national geographic photographer I'm the CO founder of see legacy and like Jane Goodall I also love animals. I am the mother of three children. All of whom Love Tyson and they all love stories about Jayne good. Why did you create see legacy? I created see legacy because I wanted photography an adventure to be an invitation for everybody by publishing my phonograph on my stories on social media, everyday I tried to invite people and share what I. Love about the oceans with everybody. What makes you a rebel thorough? What makes me a rebel girl is that? I grew up in the mountains of central Mexico, but my dream was to swim with dolphins. Everybody told me that I couldn't do it. Because this was not for girls, but like chains mother, my mother champion me, and she said if you WanNa, go swim with dolphins, you have to find a way to get to university and become a marine biologist, and that's exactly what I did. When did you first become interested in photography? And can you tell us what type of photography or most interested in when I finish my studies in University to be a marine biologist I realized that our oceans were in a lot of trouble. Pollution overfishing. All of these things were threatening. The ocean and I wanted to help just like Jane wanted to help Tim Pansies. I thought that science was going to be the tool. I could use to help, but I realized that people are more. In learning from stuff that they understand they can see. Photography became the tool that allow me to communicate with many more people about not just help beautiful the oceanus for all the things we can do to help. When I started my career, photographer I wanted to be a nature photographer. Kasai love animals. I soon realized that I really had a lot more talent to tell stories about people, so my photography became a combination of my love of nature and my interest in people, and then a become an underwater photographer so today I use my camera to tell stories about animals in the ocean and the relationship that humans have with the largest ecosystem on our planet our ocean. Photography allowed people all over the world to see the amazing work. Jane was doing with chimpanzees. What's your favorite thing about photography? My favorite thing about photography is that it's a universal language. It is something that we all understand today. We all have cameras in our telephones, and that makes us all photographers is something. We all know how to do really well and so much like photography National Geographic Allow Jane Goodall to share his stories with a very large audience, so to has my camera on my work with National Geographic, allow me to share the story of our oceans and the importance of protecting the largest. On our planet, our ocean. What is it venture? Mean to you? A venture for me is having the courage to step through the of things that I. Don't know yet sometimes that means getting in the water with a whale, or the shark sometimes means getting on stage with the large number of people and speaking in public. The most important thing about my work is that I wanted to be an. An invitation to adventure for everybody the natural world is there for all of us to enjoy and I. Want my work to be an invitation to you. How do you stay positive in the world? That doesn't always care for the environment. The reason I stay positive in a world that doesn't always care for the environment is that I am the mother of three kids their own much older now, but. I want for them to have the kind of planning that I have come to love and enjoy I want them to be able to go out into nature and spend time with wild animals, and to know that they have a future in a living planet, so I have no choice but stay positive. What's one thing? Young rebel girls can do to protect the oceans are oceans are the largest ecosystem on our planet, and we know so little about how they work. So what we need is more girls to go into. The scientists become marine biologist become underwater photographer filmmakers so that together we can tell the story of how beautiful and important our oceans are thanks Christina.

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The race problem in economics

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:55 min | 8 months ago

The race problem in economics

"The American Economic Association or the A is the biggest and most important professional organization of economists in the country, and it recently made a statement saying that it had quote only begun to understand racism and its impact on our profession and our discipline. Black economists are severely underrepresented in the field of economics, according to a survey from the EA. Only about three percent of economists are black. Nearly half black economists say they have experienced discrimination in the profession, and only seventeen percent of black economists agreed with the statement that quote. People of my race are respected within the field, and this matters not just for the economics profession it matters for how all of us understand the whole economy and. And it matters how economic policy gets made John Jones is an economic analyst and the Managing Director for policy and research at the groundwork collaborative. What we have learned right now. Is that like we have a worse understanding of the economy because we haven't been listening to economists of color like we're actually worse at economics, because we have denied a voice to folks who understand the different way, so here's an example before the financial crisis of two thousand eight, the unemployment rate for black Americans started rising earlier and more sharply than the unemployment rate for White Americans. In fact, this often happens before recessions, and if there had been more black policymakers or black economists who were advising policymakers. Who understood this dynamic black workers are often the first to lose their jobs before a recession than it is at least possible that policymakers would've reacted more quickly to help the economy, and you might have also had new in different ideas for how to help the Economy John L. Herself along with the economist. Jared Bernstein recently published one such idea. It is a proposal that the Federal Reserve should focus explicitly on the black unemployment rate when it makes decisions about managing the economy, black workers restorick starkly have been roughly twice as likely to be unemployed as white workers, so according to Gino's proposal, focusing on the black unemployment rate would ensure that everyone benefits from A. A strong economy, and as for how to get more economists of color into the economics profession, Juno says one idea is for there to be more. Black economists included among the gatekeepers of economics at universities and economics journals, who are the editors at the top journals who are the deans who recruit new cohorts Janelle release this idea to an early experience of her own. When Economists Sandy dirty recruited her to Duke University, her own career and her contributions to economic ideas, she says might have ended up on a totally different path if he hadn't done that. I was entirely recruited because sandy dairy was a tenured professor at Duke and wanted more students of color. But you know like if he's not promoted to have tenure and job security to be able to take a risk on someone else like. Students of color don't get recruited. The events of recent months have led to renewed discussion among economists and economic policy. For more ways to fight racism inside the profession and to include more diverse approaches to studying economics font, the crowd is a senior research assistant at the Federal Reserve, and she is the CO founder of the sadie collective, a group that supports young black women who want to enter the field of economics with everything that's going on now with the covid nineteen pandemic with the higher unemployment rates in the black community. With the police brutality, the issue of that and the death of George Floyd and what that has incited. We cannot afford for things to go back to how they were Fontana notes that only a tiny share of research papers, especially at the top economics, journals actually study race and racial discrimination and the fact that they don't win. Economics is a tool that's used to inform. Policy is very problematic, so a reckoning would mean that there would be a culture shift. Shift in economics, a number of block economists have also said that they were discouraged early in their careers from studying topics about race and racial discrimination, because they would not get published where they would not advance in the profession, recent study looked at the almost fourteen thousand research papers published between Nineteen, Ninety and twenty eighteen at in the most important economics journals. Journals. Only a hundred and five of those papers impurity tested for different kinds of discrimination, including racial discrimination, though fund is quick to add that there are some economists who have long been doing the work of trying to understand the effects of racism and racial discrimination on the economy. She points to journals like the review of black political economy which is published by the National Economic Association. It's just that this is not really widely read or widely embraced within the mainstream of the economics profession.

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"sadie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:02 min | 10 months ago

"sadie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Sadie that's why I talk about it and that's why I try to make sure that I live with intentionality and purpose so we can create which is what you just outlined in your question a more perfect union how do you think this is all connected to as I said the other major crisis facing the country which is this health crisis in which the disparities and how people are experiencing this have become very obvious the fact that African Americans seem to be at greater risk of dying and you know followed closely by certain other groups particularly Latinos and native Americans say how do you do you see these two connected is in some way undoubtedly I got into a very public spat with Jerome Adams whose are United States Surgeon General because this isn't a question of black folk need to just stop drinking and stop smoking you know I outline in my book where I'm from Denmark we lived in a food desert which means you can't go two or three miles and get healthy fruits and vegetables so you have to get the sugar in the Kool aid packets that are like nine or twelve cent and you mix the two packets of kool-aid and Anna and water in a in a gallon picture in that last you for two or three days so you're more likely to have diabetes we don't have a hospital we lost our hospital in twenty ten because of failure to expand Medicaid and we don't that means you don't have access to quality care the water that we're drinking is polluted the air that we're hailing from the manufacturing plant or whatever it may be a means you're inhaling toxins so you're more likely to have as much I say all of that to say that the systemic conditions in this country lead to black folk having these comorbidities in these preventable diseases and because we have never addressed the systemic issues the data now shows us that now we have an overlay of a pandemic which means that we are dying at higher rates how how do you feel right now I mean do you have any sense of hopefulness I mean honestly your title doesn't suggest so you called it my vanishing country the title of your memory I mean it doesn't sound like you have a lot of optimism about the path that we're on I am very very I'm hopeful I refused to let people take away my hope I refuse to let people take away my faith but as I said earlier we have made a lot of progress but we still have so far to go and I want to live in a country where my kids can be free and that's why I continue to work and lift up those voices of the voiceless and continue to to lift up the voices of the on her so that we can actually live in a more perfect union and what keeps me hopeful as I believe what Abraham Lincoln called the better angels of our nature what would make a difference right now we need justice in this country we need to actually means something I need the other three officers to be arrested in the killing of George Floyd I need the officers in Louisville to be arrested for the killing of Brianna Taylor but not only that I need accountability I need people to be giving tangible solutions like lowering the federal civil rights standards so we can bring criminal cases against law enforcement officers who kill us like dogs in the street I need to talk about qualified immunity and then I need to talk about directing resources to these communities that have had this lack of growth for not years but decades that have been underserved and under represented so just don't tell us to go home and don't just tell us to just vote because these people we have voted we voted for years we've been voting and our our concerns have gone unheard in our plight has not changed and so I want people to begin to talk about tangible solutions to improve the plight talk about the Civil Rights Act the voting rights act and the fair housing act of the sixties and talk about improving our plight today that is lawyer and political analyst Bukhari sellers his memoir my vanishing country is out now the car sellers thank you so much for speaking with us no thank you for allowing me to lend my voice to this very very important questions you're listening to All.

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"sadie" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"sadie" Discussed on The Big Ones

"They really I've been buying more and more things this whole time just every day. Insane like what you're quarantine purchase so I got a salmon. loves Z. Was Oh God. That was like push stimulus check. I was like okay cool. We can do this now. And then. Yesterday I got a switch lights because I've been playing her am across. She'd was sick of buying her stuff on her on her shop. Is Anna microscopy animal? I've heard him talk about this. Same Dilemma. Where they're like. My husband is getting on my animal crossing a messing. It all up. You basically have to share an island. You're using the same switch. So that's a dilemma. Okay is animal crossing? What do you do you? It's very much like without goal aside from like the loose. I don't know trying to make your island approved so you're planting flowers. It's a simulation. Anyways you talk to your name cute little guys you guys would probably like it i. I'm afraid of games like that. Because I do get sucked in quite easily and then you never see me and Sadie. What what. What's what's going on. What do you like okay? you guys might relate to this. I think what makes me tick Improv?.

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Protection order given to 'Duck Dynasty' star after drive-by shooting

Doug Stephan

01:05 min | 11 months ago

Protection order given to 'Duck Dynasty' star after drive-by shooting

"So I was just gonna say this about duck dynasty and that is that to early they were victimized this past weekend after someone did a drive by shooting and shot off eight to ten around on Friday afternoon of the story really didn't get attention until just this week but that what's his face Willie Robertson at the younger duck dynasty guy said we're pretty shook up he said it looks like they were just spraying bullets across the property and he did it in broad daylight no one was injured but one of the shots went through the bedroom window and was actually lodged in the wall they have no suspects but they feel like they were definitely targeted he said I'm a hundred percent certain that we were targeted intentionally but I don't know why he said most of his family is staying indoors because of coronavirus his daughter was on Instagram Sadie Robertson and confirm the report she said it uses true if you've seen it we have so much of our property just wanted to say we are all okay the chickens up of course but we are so thankful everyone of the families okay especially after one of the bullets flew through the window of my brother's home the timing on where we were at the time was crazy protection because we had all just

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'Duck Dynasty' star Willie Robertson's estate targeted with gunfire, family says

Doug Stephan

01:06 min | 11 months ago

'Duck Dynasty' star Willie Robertson's estate targeted with gunfire, family says

"So I was just gonna say this about duck dynasty and that is that too early they were victimized this past weekend after someone did a drive by shooting and shot off eight to ten around on Friday afternoon of the story really didn't get attention until just this week but that what's his face Willie Robertson at the younger duck dynasty guy said we're pretty shook up he said it looks like they were just spraying bullets across the property and he did it in broad daylight no one was injured but one of the shots went through the bedroom window and was actually lodged in the wall they have no suspects but they feel like they were definitely targeted he said I'm a hundred percent certain that we were targeted intentionally but I don't know why he said most of his family you're staying indoors because of coronavirus his daughter was on Instagram Sadie Robertson and confirm the report she said at news is true if you see that we have so much of our property just wanted to say we are all okay it shook us up of course but we are so thankful everyone in the family's okay especially after one of the bullets flew through the window of my brother's home the timing on where we were at the time was crazy protection because we had all just gone

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"sadie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"I can hear your smiles to the Mike. Okay Sadie what do you love most route Christian? I could sit like the nicest thing ever but I love this about United Stone. Him does all the time but and he's like the most consistent person ever like I mean isn't matter where we are. It's Kinda you said about partiality. But it doesn't matter what room you walk in place walking like he is. Christian huff one hundred percent that was one of the things that like allowed him when we were dating just his confidence in who he is because a lot of guys especially this young. I don't know who they are. And He Sonos who he is. He's the same person every day everywhere and the other thing is near really funny and like make me laugh a lot but like he's really interested in front of other people but he's like. Hell Larionov to me. And whenever we're in private and I just love how like we share something that I don't think we share why not not share with anybody else in the world and it's just really sweet. He's also at the most loyal person in the world and I don't have any again but coming from mistakes. All of like my big thing is like I want trust loyalty but Jensen that consistency is so loyal and so sweet and you just the best way Al. I love her marriage and I love her friendship. And it's just awesome. I appreciate you guys taking the time to talk with feel like there's a lot of parallels between our relationships beyond just the first day be Nashville but Christian you know Sean and Sadie were both. I feel like in the limelight from a young age and I'm sure you guys have experienced the unique challenges and benefits. I guess benefits that come from that. There's there's a little bit of both But I feel like we could talk much much longer. But we do appreciate you guys. Joining us today and Thank you for being such a great role model to the people out there Who are listening and young couples? You guys are both doing so much good and for those listening that you want to find out more about Sadie and Christian you can find their information down below but L- afford to to Talking to you guys next time they joined that things are such great questions and just being. Er thanks guys third..

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"sadie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"So it. All kind of started with I was Christmas shopping and I was on Amazon looking at the stocking stuffer section or whatever and there was just one little thing it 'cause because Sadie always said that always said she was saying that she didn't think we could get a dog because he just didn't think that she can be responsible enough with it with different aspects of the dog. I travel so much. I didn't see I mean in the Arab. Were not now obviously but before this hoping I mean every week on somewhere and so I didn't see how a dog fit into this equation. So yes and it was like a little. You know kind of magnet thing that you'd put on on a board or whatever and it had like. Did you dog today and like an? Ama like check now so I got that kind of thing of this binding not really thinking much of it and then. I gave the stadium for Christmas and she thought that I gave it to her making like a dollars lieutenant. So Blanco's like did you give me a dog. But I was like no. I didn't even think I just thought I thought it was funny and random. Just finding the stocking So then like a month later. She was seen playing with her. Dad's dog cut US love dogs. They're so cute So the status are looking Kinda fun because secretively and then she saw this one dog on it was like from a pet land in Dallas. And we were like okay. That's the cutest dog. We've ever seen Sudandese. We like prayed about it for like a week. The most don't even about getting adults but then we finally hit the realization of like because we were kind of saying like maybe in a year when we start settling down dog but then we were like as busy as life is right now. Why don't we just throw a dog? And that way she just kind of like not necessarily Ads The craziness. is with us because when we settle down why would why do only get a puppy than she is just crazy where five or China settle down so then like a week later we called and of course I negotiated with the lady at Atlanta. Really swayed her to kind of give it the dog and then we've got her and she has been the cutest thing crazy but she she's locked up in the crate downstairs yelling out but I can't hear her. So so this fall people can see sadie Christian and maybe maybe Kaba as well because you guys are going on tour right we're GONNA tour You know encouraging Joe said yesterday it will be a great tour dog Kaba. I don't know about that. Onto our live. Urge onto are an awesome awesome bank. That we're so excited about that. We haven't announced yet But we are really excited last year. Tagab tour obviously got married. And so it's going to be so fun to be back and have I in These other people coming out with those. I am so excited. We're really excited for you. Guys Okay we have one more question. It's like the big question writing. I have to have you guys choose. Who wants to go first that without knowing the question? Is it a question about kids? I don't know I don't know it's not Christian Christian. I want you to tell us what you love about Sadie. That is a great question so I love how ladies always so like just energetic and positive and what's so cool at CBS. She really sees the best in everyone she meets and she also doesn't show partiality like if she sees someone her family like she'll love them just as well as your love. You know someone. That's checking us out at a restaurant or someone that's If ordering food similar. She's just as nice to the cashier. Chance TO SOMEONE IN THEIR FAMILY. And she's just radiant. She's so beautiful. No you do. You really is like she. Just people are so gravitated to her. I think she's just had such a such an influence such a call her life and it's just so cool to see Just the way that she loves people..

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"sadie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"Say It is actually been. So I'm for is and we are newlyweds. So you know it might be different for some people but yesterday Christian wouldn't worked out outside with like it was like at my cousin's house. 'cause we live right beside each other and he was gone for two hours and I was like man I really miss him and I walked over there and I was like Hey Two hours we've literally spent everything we spent every together. I missed you. So Hey so. We're watching one of your instagram videos. Sadie Chris I gotta say the singing voice could use some work but sadie injured dean. Say to your push ups. We might need a practice those little here. That was alarming. The only thing worse than my singing those definitely my dancing so we have that in common jus- I am curious. Which of you wins more of the Ping Pong matches a man. That's a touchy subject right. Now we've been getting really ends up Ping Pong like I'm never been like one to like sweat when I play Ping Pie until now we get so into it. Okay so we were a pretty good track record. He went I one he when when I went and then yesterday I just couldn't win like you doesn't want me three times. I'm still Kinda wake up coming off of that. You know we like we. She was wearing like a like a like a Hoodie. And I was like before Playing Ping Pong. You WanNa be wearing a hoodie issues. Like I'll be fine and won't be that hot. That after the first game she had.

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"sadie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"At the time and her sister and my younger brother were calling me asking if they could come on our first date. We dated for a long time with really no intention. We were just dating. Engagement is awkward. It's Kinda like not waste. Harrison's Oh you're gonNA regret that gives you shouldn't regret it but you are wasting time in the midst of that Tino. This is not a I suppose to be with. What's up everybody? Welcome back to couple things with Sean and Andrew. Podcast couples in the things they go through. We have very special guests joining us today. Sadie Robertson and her newly beloved husband Christian Hoff. Yes and we don't know about Sadie. Cd is from Duck Dynasty where she originated. She went on to be the runner up of dancing stars Season Nineteen. She has her own company. Live original. She goes on tour. She is New York Times bestselling author. I mean you could go on on. Not She's great and her husband Christian is also fantastic. We're happy to be introducing him to you all If you guys want to find out more about Christian and sadie their information is in the shown us down below but today we talked about a lot of topics including young love. They got married when she was twenty two and he was twenty one We talk about short engagement. Looks like as well as Post that. Sadie recently made that was trying to help. The bride's affected by craziness going on and it went viral. A Lotta Fun things happening. Yes we absolutely love them but for started. Please if you haven't yet press the subscribe button and give the show a rating on whatever platform. You're listening to so without further ADO. Cd AND CHRISTIAN. Lot's happened since we last talk Sadie. Yeah Real has been. I don't think Christian was quite in the picture yet. I don't think you wise. Congratulations on everything. I'm in the picture. Now how is the Corentin life going? Oh man well luckily nobody over here That we're close to gotten sick so that's been such a blessing and we happen to be able to be with our family so we've had a pretty corentin. I can't lie. We've been playing allowed to games a lot of spicy. No I don't know if y'all played that but we we played by senior before hardshell. Spicy Sadie did you learn this car show. I know you talked about it. Funny she got US hooked on it. That's so funny. Though we lost by the you know we played so much tennis. Lots of being on. We're very competitive. So Yeah we. We've had fun warn each other out but I am curious though newlyweds. Everyone keeps joking of the Corinthian is going to take a toll on marriages. How's IT spending every waking second together bleak thing to say joking kind?.

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Trump Signs $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Package

BTV Simulcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Trump Signs $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Package

"Story president trump that has signed the largest stimulus package in U. S. history eight two trillion dollar bill intended to rescue the corona virus battered economy he said it will deliver urgently needed relief adding that America is going to keep it small and big business is strong but that package to help lift US stocks to the best week in over ten years the S. and P. five hundred climbed ten percent Monday to Friday the biggest gain since March two thousand and nine but the magnitude of the economic devastation being rolled on that by the corona virus pandemic it was laid back really in the U. S. government report an unprecedented surge in the number of people seeking jobless benefits three point two eight million to be precise our guest host this morning is NASA Sadie Fonda on president of NASA Sadie access is not so good to have you with us this morning when you look at this story it's moving at a huge pace a couple of things that come to mind trump actually invoke the defense production act he did lamb bass at GM at the same time but I was seeing incremental ratcheting up of the response in the United States of America which we should take heart from well the response I think is being delayed you look at China they went into suppression mode immediately at least three months from the aunts and uncle Richard really stabilized thirty calling on the U. S. is being delayed both in terms of testing and in terms of recognizing that there's a major problem so the issue of travel advisories I think is a minimal response we should have run immediately into court in time across the United States there is no state or local entity which is immune to covert this is a national phenomenon for United States so trying to isolated in particular cities or states I think his inclusion so expects gold ridge junior page through the United States so I think we're right at the beginning those are some big pop to the upside in U. S. stocks over the last five trading sessions obviously we were a little bit lower in the close on Friday my mother dairy and writes an editorial for Bloomberg that that this might be just a bit of a temporary reprieve and that there might be some more painful times the downside to come is that something you see is I would agree with that I think the fed obviously has flooded the markets you just noted what happens in the U. S. dollar we've received a torrent of money coming into the money markets across the board treaty so that is being heralded as good news by the markets but I think the markets are disassociating themselves from the true physical risks and what's happening in the economy if you look at all the short term indicators all the high frequency indicators everything's pointing to a deep recession so the markets I think I've gone ahead of themselves with with they want to some good news they latched on to what the fed was green deduction on interest rates Q. V. new assets and your security is that the fed would be buying and well you've got a blurring old relationship between the fed and the treasury the lines are really poor awareness the school policy more this fiscal policy and ribs monitor all the sea star so I think this is just the beginning and I think the bad news is going to come when you have a large decline in earnings everything points to the fact that earnings are probably going to decline maybe fifty sixty percent and then on the markets will

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"sadie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"Can help. I want to add something there. Sadie literally like an hour ago. My sister was like oh my gosh. I'm creating avocado toast. And so my Sazan. I have like this like our famous little recipe that we make at home and I literally was joking with her. Because I was like I was like a friend of mine came over one day and she was obsessed with Avocado Toast and I made her my avocado toast and she took one by and left it on the table and I still haven't forgiven her saying I just had to bring that up. We take our avocado toast. Very seriously like we're talking about the DOT is so if you love all the coaches it's like you love it. It's kind of like coffee drinkers. It's like you know tiny like you know what you don't like. Hey that's a great segue into question number two sister coffee or tea. Okay now. This is very controversial in my house right now because I have literally love coffee for like five years. I mean I'm not kidding. I was like the most slight copy drinker. Like the most I know I would drink so many day up into like three weeks ago. All the sudden I just stopped really liking coffee in started randomly drinking tea and now I'm one hundred percents. It's so weird. Yes in now. My husband who didn't even like coughing married now is love coffee like I did not. He wants Sorry for whatever reason I just don't like it anymore. It's so weird. It's the teach sadie. I am the coffee like I'm the coffee king. I'm not the king but I'm a coffee fiend. What are you doing with your life now? I never thought okay. This is so serious a month ago on tour and I asked him for coffee or tea and so it was a t and I was like. Who are you people? I was literally making fun of them and now I'm that person it's so weird. I don't even crowdedness person. I am independent. What alternative could possibly replace coffee? I'm like really really sound like like a classic white grow like much.

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"sadie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"How are you guys doing today with everything? That's going on in the world these confusing times. We just WanNa say thank you. Thank you for coming here today into the Good Life House and hanging out with us. We're going to have a really good show in store for you. We pray that today's show is going to leave. You feeling a little bit more encouraged inspired and lifted up during this really dark in confusing time that we're all trying to navigate through right now and here to help us do that is Sadie Robertson. She's actually in the house today and she's going to be hanging with us and we're GONNA get into talking about her new inspiring Book Live. But we're also going to let you guys take part in this episode so it's GonNa Be Really Fun. We're going to ask some of your dying questions and if you guys don't know Sadie Sadie is known. For Her appearances. She was on the popular hit. Show Duck Dynasty and dancing with the stars but what we love about. Sadie that God is at the center of everything that she is doing. She somebody who fearlessly shares her faith with more than six million followers online and. She's really become who she is. All because God is leading her every step of the way. She's a New York Times bestseller and wait. Guess what she's twenty two years old. She's going to drop so much wisdom on us today and it's the perfect time because we all need a little extra love right now. Geraghty guys this episode is about to get goods a what's up Bam. Oh How's everybody doing.

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Virus on The Home Front

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

07:55 min | 1 year ago

Virus on The Home Front

"Yeah so we have a six year old almost seven year old. She's a first grader. And we have a pre K. As son he's almost five turns five and a few weeks and then we just had a baby. So we've got three kids now and it's a lot to handle especially when Justin's not in the house at the moment. Justin is in the garage right and this is a little apartment that you have attached to your garage. Which because you're an emergency room doctor and oftentimes work odd shifts. You sort of already had this but now this has become your permanent home or at least temporary permanent home. Yeah So we just Kinda sat down a few days ago and said. Hey you know if I'm going to keep working in the ER keep trading people and it's possible for me to be infected and not know it or have no symptoms or minimal symptoms and infect our little baby it would be well. There's a incredibly hard decision. Yeah it's a new reality for for you and I think A new reality for a lot of people in different ways. Rachel I mean I so I have three kids as well. How are you managing the? You're trying to home school. Your kids alone and a newborn. It's definitely challenging for me and I think I'm doing the best I can and I'm trying to give myself a little bit of grace and understanding when I have to put the kids in front of the TV. Longer than I anticipate you know emotionally. It's it's certainly challenging. And then of course up all night with the baby and she's eating every two to three hours and so I'm tired and my my patients is more limited than it normally. Is You know it strikes me Rachel that you all are being very diligent about this and in modeling grape behavior and I hope people are listening. But you know there's been a lot of stories about people still not taking this very seriously Not physically distancing themselves and I'm just wondering how does it make you feel when you see those stories and I think that that really motivated a lot of emotion for me days ago. When I saw pictures over the weekend we had a beautiful day in Atlanta in fact that morning when this before Justin had moved up to the garage. We went on a hike that you know there weren't that many people out but then I had a friend texts me a picture of people out in about it bars and restaurants and they were you know within a foot of each other lots of people in crowds. And I think that was really hard for me to see and to know that Justin's got to go back in there and it's GonNa be worse and worse if people aren't listening to the public health advice. It seems Rachel sometimes the sentiment is. I'm not taking it seriously as an epidemiologist. How do you convince people that does make a difference? I think trying to explain the you know that this is an exponential risk that if you have it you're likely to infect at least two others and then there likely to infect to others if you can convince other friends and your family members to do the same modeling that behavior really others. Can I add onto something? Rachel said so What I worry about the most in my er. I'm working. There is if all of a sudden there's a tremendous number of people that need services and the only way that happens is if people are exposed all at once the best way to prevent that is to keep your distance. What scares me the most is if there you have an Italy type situation where hundreds of thousands of people fall ill simultaneously. It has your your daily work changed. I mean are you still seeing the same number of emergency room patients for other things as you used to or is it predominantly corona virus or not much over half of our patients are now there with respiratory symptoms of some sort. They're under under investigation for potential corona virus whereas before a much smaller percentage. You know we talk about social or physical distancing from people but it really does strike me even when I've been at the hospital recently just in that. It's very hard to actually obviously do that in a hospital and I'm not talking just in terms of care of patients. I'm talking just in terms of moving around the hospital. The team the team work that is required. It's hard to practice what you preach within your own job. Sometimes WE TRY TO BE. Cognizant of it remind each other not to touch our faces. Share food not passing around. We do our best you know. I know and it's very much appreciated. I think by everybody and look people are listening to you too. I mean Rachel. You tweeted about your family situation. And it's safe to say that it went viral. I'm not sure that we should still be using that. Term Obama re tweeted you and he said I bet you were surprised. It was definitely a shock. I mean I just tweeted that out of frustration. When I'd after Justin? I wear face timing after the kids were finally in bed and are numerous in my arms and I just this feeling. I guess something emotional as expected when you have a newborn and just you know thinking about in seeing those images of people over the weekend outside and out and about and feeling kind of some of that frustration and. I didn't obviously think that it would go that far but I think there must have been something that really resonated in that message. That other people were feeling as well so Woke up the next morning and realized that it really had taken off. Why think it helped a lot of people I mean it made it very real justin? I you know when you were describing the decision obviously of living in this apartment in the garage away from your family. I got a little pit in my stomach Because you have a newborn baby who is just a month old now and you don't get to hold your baby and you've done this with your other kids I don't want to to be gratuitous but how emotional has that been for you You know it's not gonNA lie. It's very tough to be separated especially from you know from Sadie and just be able to hold her. Spent time with her. Get to know her. Let's just say deplete your reserve your resiliency drops a little bit when you don't have that extra little bit at the end of the day to look forward to. How will you decide Justin when you feel that? It's safe to go back to a more normal life where you can spend time with your kids again honestly. I do not know the answer that question. I mean I'm GONNA and a try and keep my ear to the ground and have a lot of contacts. That were can ideology. Cdc A lot of friends in Atlanta that work there and pretty much every day. I'm you know I'm asking them for more information and trying to get inside track on because as my primary goals to get through this operate can every healthcare provider in the whole country's feeling same way. I don't know how I'M GONNA decide. WanNa say for me to just head back into the house and be around the baby. Yeah I don't know something you know. We didn't talk about when we made this decision and I think that is also something that I really struggle with is. Just when is it going to end in? How long this will this go on? How old will our newborn b-be when her gets to hold her a gun. But I think it's also very aware of if Justin second can't be there in the hospital you know. What does that mean for the patients that he needs to treat and might be this attrition and in other places it's a law which you guys are going through right now so I really. I really applaud you because I think you're doing a lot to educate people and we all everyone of us over a decade gratitude. So thank you very much for your time. Thanks for having us. Thanks for having us.

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Kemp appoints Georgia coronavirus task force

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

04:01 min | 1 year ago

Kemp appoints Georgia coronavirus task force

"Thank god governor camp has introduced a George Acronis task force coronavirus task force joining us with the story I'll R. pal the state capitol reporter Sandra pair Sadie happy Friday how are you buddy I'm great mark how are you excellent so I heard the news driving in today that the year is a official Georgia corona virus task force started by the governor what can you tell us about this so it's an eighteen member task force and it's headed by the state hot medical doctor and the head of the department of community health daughter Kathleen Toomey and it it's pretty much those you expect to get ahead of Jim on there the head of the Georgia National Guard were deterring general I'm you got to have a Grady hospital someone from Emory hospital the GM of Hartsfield Jackson airport so they really tried to pull all of the major resources together and they're looking at the basically assessing George's preparedness and better to me said today that they already have plans in place for any kind of pandemic in so they would just you know I guess you know use that is as a base model and then just go from there she did say will Jordan is not have any cases right now but they have tested in in all of those have had been involved in some sort of travel but none of them have tested positive so far WST capital reporter center pairs to anything the market show at that tension about eleven because Longoria came back from the west coast of the with a cold and you went to doctor longer and they didn't test you do not test me now I'd only Sanders going to call the tax dollars we're gonna pull gonna put thank you listen this lady noted we had a high pollen count days it could be that what it what what is the governor say about about the function of this task force and how it might work in conjunction with whatever is done federally well he he did say he's been a conference coming to he told us earlier this week he himself had been on a conference call with president trump and now vice president Mike pence is heading up like that the national task force inside governor Kim said he's been on the phone with Mike pence today and that is all in any any funding that is needed for for battling any cases here or testing or whatever is it's going to be there at the station not to worry about taking on this financial task that I'm not sure how often the task force will meet that they did meet today at four o'clock at the capital for the first time in those days yeah they they allow the press then just for the credit for the governor just to kind of grief the task force and then the kick everybody out so I couldn't tell you exactly what they discussed other than ways to make sure the state is prepared to handle any case just as a Georgia resident I'm I'm I'm I'm very excited about this I'm glad that the governor is being proactive about this the question I have you know obviously the CDC very central to this whole corona virus stuff and it's here in Atlanta pros and cons of the fact that the CDC is is is in this metro area when it comes to the corona virus well one of those for sure it is testing and doctor to me I mentioned you there is a there's a bunch of states including Georgia they got a bunch of bad testing kids and said there needs became for the manufacture that way and so they've had to get other tests they send them to the CDC themselves obviously it's just you know down the road so it's very convenient and she says it's about a forty five day turnaround but hopefully in the next few days or next next week or so this day will I should be able to conduct those tests themselves I mean it has the advantages I'm sure WSP said repair Sadie thanks so much for joining us enjoy that fresh mountain air this weekend and I will get the very latest from you starting Monday morning on Atlanta's morning news the Scots late I'll be thanks for a great to see yesterday by the way the peach springs going away party it's very nice I said it's great seeing everybody in the west that he was the great Boston no one can say enough what a

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"sadie" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"I recently. A friend of mine told me that I just met this person at a local coffee shop and that he was telling me that he was trying to look for me online. And Google Eugene show is an overrated church and was able to find. Finding I've got a book entitled overrated in a Pedal Thou shalt not the church You know I mean I think it begins with confession. I think confession is often times. The sounds dramatic. But I think it's one of the most under discussed underutilized underappreciated Christian gift and discipline to be able to share from confession invulnerability. In so that book will overrated is not a gurus how to guide. It's kind of my confession that I have been more unanswered as a preacher as a professional clergy. Sometimes it's tempting to hide behind the pulpit hide behind a blog. Hide behind my social media and talk about certain saints and when it when it gets tough and rigorous and challenging to not push through those things I think it begins with confession. I think it begins with taking more time to prayerfully. Study scripture to pray too fast. I think in our culture. There's this kind of obsession of doing things. And as a result we do it quickly but we flame out Were not about the marathon. Were more about the sprints. The story that I talk about in the book is the story about Nehemiah when he's convicted about the conditions of the walls and Jerusalem is not an overnight fasting in overnight prayer meeting that he has. It's something that he wrestles with. For months scholars to anywhere from four to six months. He's really really wrestling with what it means to be broken out the same that break. God's far there's other things that I would share but those are the first things that come to mind right now if God calls us to innovate which he obviously asked you to. Innovate in the way you're doing church said on the flip side of it. It's it's GonNa be like it's going to have some times afterwards. It a as James Jetson draws coming from all shapes and sizes and. I think that's the stuff that we need to maybe spend more time talking about. There's a cost innovation painted innovation. All things that I think are meaningful and worthwhile you could. You could replace the word innovation with community community. There's a cost to community justice. Everyone loves justice. There's a cost to justice and I think we're talking about innovation. It's tremendously important that we're speaking about this thing. I think what we're doing is we're trying to give people permission to think about these things urging people to create margin for Carson orangey organizational are but we should also let people know there's a cost at risk in Baldur's pain involved there's failure involved and that's okay such a great conversation this week's episode that people can go. Listen now with one President Rob Hoskins fascinating interview. He talks about how a trip to Swaziland. To kind of observe. Some kind of missionary efforts out there really read to lead this huge revelation about how to do ministry in the modern era. You're going to want to this week's and he wanted to go ahead and subscribe so you can hear the entire conversation with gene show you know. He talks a little bit about his new book. That's coming out about civility and how to talk about difficult things in Christians to maintain civility. But really the heart of the conversation was about ways that churches are innovating can innovate and some of the cautions of as you heard there of a making innovation into a sort of idol fascinating conversation every week every week these the call the team that produces that is behind our josh and Joel and not the whole team. There does an incredible job of cure rating these conversations with Jason Layer. That we've been able to have with people. I truly of each John Elder itches. You heard Eugene Rob Askins tons of others download. You check it out. Eight is called in. It is everywhere. We still have five episodes left in the season. We're super excited about it. Go get it now and you can hear the full conversation with Rob Hoskins this week and on Wednesday the rest of the conversation with Eugene Joe Banks Jesse Hey many thanks to Sadie Robertson for joining us. Live.

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"sadie" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"We are today. But we're being joined later on the show. We got a good one SADIE. Robertson is joining us to talk about her new book live remain alive be alive at a specified time in half an exciting fulfilling life. I gotTa Talk to Sadie about her book. You don't WanNa miss a conversation about that. Also got a special preview for you guys upcoming episode of called. The podcast that we've been working on for church leaders. They got to talk to our friend. You gene show and we're going to give a sneak preview of that conversation. You if you know who Eugene show is and most of you do you. Don't WanNa miss that. It's a really cool conversation. And and it's really cool podcast. Yeah it's hard to believe that season two of call this coming up on. Its midseason point next. Week is episode five this past week we had an incredible conversations credible conversation with Rob Hoskins. But we figured you know. Hey come on. Let's give people a little preview in case they didn't jump in an episode halfway. They can subscribe here the rest of this conversation. And listen to all the episodes this. This season has been really really popular with listeners. So if even if you're not in church leadership someone who is check out the preview of next week's called episode and if you like it recommended downloaded were were very very excited about guys. Were for a little peek behind the curtain. Today is that okay. Can I give listeners the peak buying huh? I guess it depends on what you're talking is not wearing a shirt. That is what I wanted to tell people. It's it's warm day. Down there ashes owning it and and loving loving life with my oatmeal. Yeah with his meal so no you know this this this episode. It's kind of a skeleton crew Chandler is gone no one knows. Chandler is going to get a new tattoo in Austin. I'm telling people plans. I don't think he cares if he does well. Then this is this is a real he he he is going this week. We're supposed to record yesterday. We had some additional guest that we're trying to get to co host with us. We're going to record at at a time when we have plenty of time to turn this episode around No problem but unfortunately I fell ill yesterday I fell ill and I call up the guys because Clark is. He's got plans this weekend. He's he's he. He had pre determined plants. Knock off a little early on Friday and I was going to disrupt those with my illnesses. Tyler held down the Fort. All Day yesterday but guys I said we have one option. If we're getting this show today and that is a sunrise podcast session and that's what we're doing here if you're listening to this if you're listening on Friday that means this recorded at like seven. Am that morning. This is maybe the earliest recording we've ever done but we're this ice close alive but listen this show must go on. There's and there's a lot of great content. We gotta get to this week and I felt like. Hey it's either. It's either no show or an early morning show and I went early morning our T. Clark are you guys. Do you consider yourself morning people. Well I mean kids. Make me one of those people. So yes they force your hand see my children we just give them free rein to the house until about. Nine o'clock stewing. One day one day the front door was front doors opened. They ran an errand morning but I don't like them. Hold down my sleep Sally Jesse in the carry household. It's like it's a home alone situate- situation with like ice cream and fruit loops and chocolate sauce. Flags are rated movies until a wake up. Well look man sleep. Sleep is important. You know that's what I did when I was a kid. My parents will be watch whatever I want mostly because they weren't aware of what I was watching and I turned out I turned out terrible and I hope we have a lot to get today. Eugene Sadie Robertson. We'd love to get to before we went shell before we launch into that can I? Can I run a hot take by by Youtube better? We're all? I'm drinking coffee drinking coffee as we're talking very early.

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You Know Malala. Now, Meet Her Mentor Shiza.

Skimm'd from The Couch

10:15 min | 1 year ago

You Know Malala. Now, Meet Her Mentor Shiza.

"We welcome Shiva Shahad to skimmed from the couch. She is a social entrepreneur activist and investor before four founding now ventures a seed fund for mission driven companies and our place an ECOMMERCE company. She's a CO founded the Malala Fund listeners. Maino Malala Story. I'm sure you do. She was a student and an advocate for girls' education in Pakistan and survived being shot in the head by the Taliban Malala Malala then became one of the most powerful voices for peace in the world and by her side. She has a harness the power of Melilla Story and created a global full nonprofit to advance the education of girls around the world. Shizue has focused her life and career on making the world a better place and we are very excited to have her with us. Today welcomed skin from the couch. I'm so excited to be here. I Love Skim thank you we were just saying. This is our first interview of the decades. So what are we to kick off. I'm very curious you such an impressive resume and you've done so many things that we're going to get into but what is not on your linked in profile that we should know about you. I think that I Show up a lot. You know as I look at my career path and the things that I've done. It's very often been a decision to show up in the moment if I were to draw a line through all of the startups. The projects whether in the nonprofit space or investing is often been sparked by an article. I read in the newspaper or somebody that came Aiman reached out for help and asked me to join them or an issue that I saw in an industry and I'll sort of decide. Maybe there's something I can do to help. And it leads me down this path of founding a nonprofit when I had no intention or going back to back assigned to secretly create a summer camp com for girls being denied an education or founding. Unethical sustainable cookware line. It always starts with the sort of fire in my belly this passion and very often in a sense of anger when there's injustice so yeah I guess I would just call myself a serial show or upper I like that. That's a good good take on a card Let's start with how you grew up because my first question is you have done amazing things that hopefully will have a lasting impact in the world but worry like a kid Roy your family like what kind of education you have you grew up in Islamabad. I was a quiet kid I grew up in a loving home in the capital of Pakistan Islamabad. I come from modest. self-made family I was fortunate. I was given a good education and tremendous amount of support from my parents but I was also growing up in a country that has many social challenges. It's ranked the second can worst place to be born a woman. It has a second highest number of children out of school in the entire world. And I think I recognized that difference that I had so much opportunity in most girls and women didn't and I wanted to understand it so I ended up spending recognize that because your mom or your dad showed you that or does something you observed on your own. I don't think my parents pushed me towards it. They are charitable and generous. Actually we run an orphanage now but at the time that I was growing up they were you know working hard to build a life for their family. They didn't impose it on me. They sort of gave me a lot of space to be myself You said you were shy and curious. What would bring you out of your Shell? I think the space to be myself so my siblings are ten in eight years older answered big personalities and so in their presence. I think I was very quiet. And then I got very involved in social activism work and when I did that It felt like it was my space to speak up. I sort of found my voice you know. Is this weird activist child child you know organizing protests and giving interviews and getting really involved. I'm very curious going up in Pakistan and this wise has this was a pre nine eleven Pakistan these social opportunities for women were never strong as you mentioned with those alarming stats but it was also different than Pakistan. That we've known in the last twenty years. You know all kids dream about what are you going to be when you grow up. And I'm also an astronaut president. An actor writer doctor. Did you dream like what you're GonNa be when you grow up. I wanted to make a real difference particularly in my home country. I wanted to make things better for women for people who were oppressed because they were perhaps of a different faith or within within Islam. I wanted to make a change through storytelling through nonprofit work through empowering and employing women and you know the thing about being young. Is You really believe in absolutes. And when you get passionate about making a difference when you're young and you see this. Now I think with the rise of teenage activists in America's well it's all consuming it is a sense of right and wrong and a deep passion about fighting injustice. And that was me growing up you now. My friends were sneaking out to parties and I was sneaking out to protest and Yeah are your parents like we wish he would just go to a party. I I think so. I remember once I stunk. Up to protest and It was a small protest so my face. I was photographed and put on the front page of the national. The House like walking around the House hiding the newspaper. And then my my dad got a phone call in the front page of the newspaper and they laughed about about in. That was when I knew that while they wanted me to be safe I could probably get away with it as long as I was safe. You ended up coming to the. US for college. You went to Stanford I'm really Makarius. What that transition must have been like coming from Pakistan thrown into the heart of tech entrepreneurship? I'm just fascinated what that transition must have been like for you. Yeah it was. It was hard it was hard not because it was American culture. That was foreign to me American culture. So pervasive evasive united grownup washing friends and cheers. And there's no you do not watch shares. I did know because I love cheers. And you make fun of me for liking it. I still watching coaching it. Okay well I I watched whatever was available you know they would package these. TV shows and like send them over to Pakistan and they would advertise all. These American can products that weren't available in Pakistan yet like dominoes pizza. I grew up being advertised. Domino's pizza I've never had it in my head. Yeah I feel like in my head. It's better than it will be so. That's pretty good It's gotten a lot better College is a time when people you're going to school to discover who they are here. You are already kind of a step ahead in terms of you know that you're passionate about things you have grown up protesting testing and then you fly across the world to go to school. Yeah I mean it was hard because it was this very undergraduate focused experience right Stanford Sanford is a. It's a college town. There's no sadie where you can sort of. Go Out and hang out with non undergraduates who are doing other things and immersed in the world and I think I had one other Cassani in my class and I was sort of you know on this path and I felt very sure of it now to be clear I didn't have it all figured out right in my path would change tremendously in the years. That followed So it was hard on the one hand on the other hand it was a tremendous privilege. I mean here I was now in a school wall then made me part of a exclusive club that put me in a class of twenty students with Condoleeza Rice. The your she left office so now I was just as you know. Middle Class girl from Pakistan had all this access and opportunity and I felt that I had to use that platform to amplify the stories in bacchus on that I was hearing during that perhaps other people in America weren't so it sort of lit a fire in my belly that was there was even deeper. Had your siblings gone to school outside of Pakistan yes so my sister had studied in the US for her master's my brother had started out in Pakistan and then transferred two years then. When did you first hear the name Malala? So I was sitting in my dorm room at Stanford I was reading about the insurgency in Pakistan. which at the time was probably at its peak? Sort of what you're awfully. She's has an nine two thousand eight. Actually actually I would say. There is a town in the north of Pakistan that at the time had been taken over by group linked to the Taliban it's called Swap Valley and the Taliban Alabama become increasingly violent had begun blowing up girls schools and in January. Two thousand nine declared an all-out ban on female education in the Swat Valley so here I was getting incredible education in less than three hundred miles from where I grew up. Girls we're being told they couldn't go to school and it felt deeply personal and it felt like a story that I could amplify to make a difference so I was studying it reading up about it and I came upon a diary written by a schoolgirl from the Swat valley. And she roach this is my plea to the world. Save my school. Save my swamp valley and I was just shook to my core four of the diary of Anne Frank and I began to research to figure out who this girl was and I got to know that she was a little girl. Names Malala and her father other Zero Dean Ron School. I don't even recall how but I called my contacts and bags on and said I want to know who this girl is and I. I remember calling her father from my dorm room at Stanford and just being like Hi. Here's who I am.

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China November exports fall, but import growth hints of recovering demand

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

China November exports fall, but import growth hints of recovering demand

"China's exports posted a surprise drop in November and that shows one reason why China wants to agree on a phase one trade deal U. S. terrace are hurting China's exports at a time when global demand is already weak China's customs administration reports total exports in November dropped one point one percent from a year ago and to the U. S. they were down twenty three percent Nasser saidi is founder and CEO of Nasser saidi and associates and he's just back from Hong Kong saying the Chinese hard digging in they're preparing for more stimulus packages they're preparing to support their industry and manufacturing and they're looking at all the export gold plates they will not give in when the error they are under pressure Sadie was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak

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"sadie" Discussed on The Grove Podcast

The Grove Podcast

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on The Grove Podcast

"The girls catch up on life hopes for the future and the even talk about wedding plans in marriage as sadie in Christian prepare for their big weekday say Diaz who shares she's discovered about living out her calling with confidence and many of you may know Sadie from her public life on Duck Dynasty dancing thing with the stars in as a social media influence her but what I love about this episode is just the simplicity of this candid conversation two friends talking about the things that matter most. There's a Lotta great stuff in today's episode of Sally in CD so Sadie I would just like to say welcome to the Grove podcast. I am more than thrilled that you are part of this with me and obviously sadie Robertson. It's on one of my most favorite people in life. I think anyone who would pay attention to our life would already know that but but just getting to spend this time with you and hear you talk. is so inspiring sating so thank you for joining today. Thank you so much. I am so honored so thanks will to get get to talk with you with a whole. Lot of people listen 'cause you are one of my favorite people abor. I always favorites circe. I it is what it is and sometimes favorite is just your favorite and you're definitely top of my list and you know the truth has gotten to live a little bit of life together over the last few years and God has somehow united our lives together in such a unique way I think because obviously and significantly older and let me just throw in there slight but wiser but probably not much but I just feel like guide new you know that that that you would be called to a unique life and that somehow he had put me ahead of you in life and he has united our lives in some really unique ways when I when I think about mentoring we talk a lot about mentoring around here. We talk about it. Looks like for older women to just believe in pray for encourage edge challenge bring up younger women to not be so worried about themselves that they forget that they have a generation behind them that they could be inspiring and I just think thank God has graced us with that opportunity with each other and it's been notable. It has no beautiful here by a whole lot and then the sweetest the thing I I gotta say this because you're saying everything that you said to me at private moment but were on that plane and I just recently reminded you of this but you said to me. You're no matter how how many years ahead of you I am or how much more things I've gotta hope that you always know and I'm really just behind you. Pushing you forward things and God's going to do in your life and that was so huge in like if anybody ever asked me about you at always tell them that very 'cause that just shows like the heart that you have and the relationship that we have and it's it's so so sweet. It's a gift well. I appreciate you saying that and you know I'm forever for you. An excited about your life feels like things are unfolding so quickly in your life and it makes me thrilled that you are engaged to Christian and things have all happened in the last few months that we all prayed for and waited on God for and we've seen God come through in your life in that beautiful way and so just talk about the excitement of being engaged of planning a wedding getting married to your dream guy and just short of what doc like and what you guys pray for you know. I think I think what would be significant to people as just to hear what your hopes are for your married yeah Do you think you're unique in some ways. They are so glad you asked so yes. It has been the most exciting time and it's really awesome because at the beginning of this here you know every year like you pick a word for the year like will do this year so the pack years now words had been like fearless in like original like words that like I'm actually actually I'm doing in my life. We're really need to work on my life confidence. Whatever this year I had chosen the word celebrate and I know all all not friends. Were like that was so funny because people are choosing words like you know like surrender like spiritual by really ever like what are we doing. We're having the party okay. They're like sold gray and I was like no. I really just feel like there's just this year to just like celebrate things and I think sometimes in like you can just go so fast e forget to stop in a moment and give credit where do to God because it's really just about stopping a moment and praising something and so so with Christian getting engaged I have seen that word just magnet high like I mean if you can talk about anything for our gateway issues than celebrating really what God has done and the truth is like Chris Bowtie gladys all the time the amazing thing about this relationship happening is you cannot tell her story. You cannot look at our live. You cannot think about the future of our marriage without talking about God without talking about it details. He's had the intention -ality that he's had just because even specific prayers. We've prayed about the other person and then now knowing each other. We see those things probably through and it's just absolutely amazing yeah like our marriage. What's really cool. Who is here for me. I don't know the thing that God has done in the past like four or five years or so I would have never ever and even in like a dream of nine couldn't have imagined that this would have this would've happened. What part of your life is feels like a dream. Is it all all of it or is it like specific things that you feel like. I can't believe God has done that. You know mostly all of it but specifically you know I I would've never thought just even with the personality that had that was always more like a shy like nervous person around people wouldn't wanna be the one into like talk in front people. I can't believe I'm actually getting to preach the Gospel in like something. That's like you know that God has given a platform to do yeah. I can't believe that like we have that gift in that opportunity. That's something I remember like praying Girl Scout. Have somebody like tell actually I was gonna go praying that I would be able to have that I could talk Jesus about that did know him but never be this. Many people you know anti until there's that whole thing that God has done and for me although it's so amazing humble day continue to go after I would pray God you you bring somebody who would be a strength to me in this that would be able to partner with me this because Sundays. It does get overwhelming some days. It's you know there are parts of it that I think you you know. I'm just I don't know God or not so strong anad needs to come in and like God has been so faith when he quickly with the things I need at the time but bringing Christian ends ends in our life and things that he has done in him and the way that he created him has been like the greatest strength for just what we can do for God even more because there's so many Christian either so opposite in so many ways but they're opposite and the best way is like all the things I'm might not get out like staying on track. You know that I'm where long-term Christian an amazing he derives in and so I just think you know for or marriage it's GonNa be awesome to take the two of us and what God's done then how he's created succumb together and actually WanNa do what he's already doing and a greater capacity city and that's our prayer and I think the cool thing in our engagement season you know and this sounds simple and it sounds easy but sometimes we forget about this and something we'd bet like excited excited about lately is just speaking life into each other and over our relationship it over on our marriage our future marriage and it's funny because it seems so a simple like why don't we always speak beverage but like intentionally saying like you are so amazing in your so sweet and you're so kind and I love that about you and I'm so thankful that only getting married. We're going to be a help each other and love each other in this way and stuff like that of course you can complement each other but to take a moment to say like now yeah. I'M GONNA like corps life because this is how we're going to grow together. that's been something that we're learning in this season and 'cause we wanna grow a healthy American. Eventually we wanna WanNa want something to harvest good. That's fruitful for others and so that's something we've been excited man. That's incredible. I I was just thinking while you were talking. This is is really odd but you know how there's a movement when several years ago where people used to tell you that you should talk to your plants they'll grow better if you talk to them and encourage them along and that there's something about the way that you're exhaling year breath and it gives life to the plants and whatever and I was aw we talked to our plants to help them grow but then we understand each other with our words and we wonder why our marriages and our lives don't flourish and it's it's like. WHOA I I mean it seems obvious it seems that where you want life to flourish and grow you have to speak life into it and that is so true the absolute truth and marriage. You know there's always gonNA be challenged. There's always going to be difficulty. There's always going to be things that you you need to work on an improved both personally and in your relationship with each other but man to take the perspective that everyday you're choosing to speak life over it and knocked the the hard things with your mind set on the challenges of what the day you're going to hold but actually speaking up for that things that you admire in each other and you want to call forth north in each other. What a gift in I mean there. Are People that have been married for forty years listening to this who were going to benefit from that little true taste good. You know it's funny. recently in how we kind of got to that is Christian our like you know. We don't know a thing about marriage. Urge obviously besides what we've seen so you're like let's start asking the people that we see have good marriages like what was the point in your marriage that that you Kinda came to that. You were like wow that changed when I realized that and the cool thing is everybody we ask a my parents. My grandparents my great all on. We just started asking his parents. Everybody and it wasn't ever some crazy thing. It was always like when I started being kind when I stopped penalties realized but like he's like a great man. There's a reason and eh hem and we were like the essentially everybody say like just be good person. The guide follow before each other. Yes you're the person that's living with. You is not your enemy and the hardest part of life. Is that when you get somebody close enough in a marriage situation. It's it's easy for that person because of their similar to you to kind of be the brunt of everything that you feel every day. I woke up. I don't feel good. I don't feel good about me. I'm not sure about God. I don't know what's happening in my life and I'll take it out on you. When the beautiful thing is honestly? That's the person that that you're advocate. That's the person that's close to you. That can be the the most for you and so it's we set the tone for whether we're in competition in fights with each other or whether we actually are a cheering each other on and life is hard enough. If if you're if you don't have a cheerleader living with you it's hard enough so life is not going to be harder or easier based on it but your engagement with life is going to improve basically because you're choosing to use wise words encouraging words courageous words those are fighting words. You know you are and you are good and you. I know you don't have the worst in your heart for me. I know what you have in your heart for me is good those kind of words just bring life and Gosh you guys will never regret that. I love it so much so I'm talking about your family because because I loved your family for a long time and obviously your mom and I are good friends and just stink. She's so dear and I feel like that one of the things is your mom has talked a lot about in life is rang raising strong and kind kids and I think this ties back to even your desire to be Kinda Christian they she she is always I think invested in your family and that way that she she knew you guys would go off degrade things in life. I think she was always preparing when you in some ways for those great things in life but she also wanted you more than all the things that you would accomplish to be amazing people and I think she cared more about that than she did. What you what you end up doing in life one hundred resent and that's just that's almost unusual and family situations so talk about not not just your mom your mom and dad and how they kind of made boundaries around you in what they taught you that you feel like has benefited you in your life right now. Yeah Yes yes. My parents have been absolutely incredible parents and may have really you know I think even even speaking things over yourself yourself in each other. You know my mom. That's something the strong and kind. He wrote a book about it but before she wrote a book about it. That's the thing she said arrests before we were born she would always he said that one time zone encourage her to pay two words and it's hard to pick tours. There's a lot of good words but pick two words that you want to see your family become and she picked strong and kind and that was moved to where we were born. I think she was in high school. He wrote it down so she prayed that over us and she would speak out over as you know we're not always strong or not always kind but to have Ottoman to remind you always like no. You are striking conscious one that tolerates dude. It's so good to consistently here over yourself self because you know you do become that you'd be home..

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"sadie" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"sadie" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Sadie to labor secretary Alex Acosta getting top level support after his previous job help struck a plea deal for billionaire who is now accused of sex trafficking in Manhattan a Manhattan federal judge blocked the justice department from switching lawyers in the since the citizenship fight sports Serena Williams advances to the semi finals of Wimbledon American the be the National League in a baseball all star game last night seventy nine degrees in Central Park morning leave on foot just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight as for clock CBS news on the hour real news real reporting fine but Michigan a federal judge has ruled against a move by the justice department and its legal efforts to get a citizenship question on to the twenty twenty census the department wants to change lawyers involved in the case CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes U. S. district judge Jesse Berman ruled against adding the citizenship question earlier this year and is now denied the DOJ's request to replace nine lawyers in the case Fuhrman right said the most immediate deadline for government lawyers to submit written arguments is only three days away the Supreme Court ruled against the government's attempt to add the citizenship question in June calling the rationale contrived the judge wrote yesterday that the justice department did not provide satisfactory reasons why I wanted to change the legal team will labor secretary Alex Acosta survived the current scrutiny it stems from the late two thousands when he was US attorney in Miami and was part of a plea deal in which billionaire Jeffrey at Steen avoided federal charges abstinence pleaded not guilty to news sex trafficking charges politico White House correspondent I need to Kumar he is hearing from people in the White House who may not want him to stay but right now it does look like the president wanting to stay is praising him publicly talking about him the key will really be in the coming days how much attention this gets if the negative attention continues on and the president sees that on TV if he reads that newspapers he keeps getting questions about it that's going to really help him make that decision last month's Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he didn't favor reparations quote for something that happened a hundred and fifty years ago then this week came a story about his family's history of slave ownership in explaining yesterday why his thoughts on reparations haven't changed McConnell invoked the nation's first black president you know I find.

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"sadie" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sadie" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"And you can't like do it do anything besides just like recreate it or it's just like you're having you're showing it to all these people with the wrong emotion behind it. And it's like, so drives me nuts either direction. And so that's why like even if it's just like something that's been really this really roughly hewn, I would much prefer to work with the music. That is what we're gonna end up having a few more questions from the crowd right there user in the third row. And then we'll get you. He he works at school. And he he encountered a girl that was just kind of right on that danger. Limit of Sadie. So he commended you on that. And he said what what changed in casting like after you locked the script. What was it like to actually go and find Sadie Sadie was interesting because I didn't I knew I couldn't cast her until we were like about to shoot because. Thirteen year olds like this very specific age for girls. And and I I was trying to make room for so long that the girls I was thinking I was kind of looking at for Sadie in the early days are where like eighteen by the time I was shooting. And so when I was looking finally it was sort of in the end days of production, and I had been tracking a few people. But so FIA was one of them because who ends up playing the role because they'd seen her in another film, and she had been the lead actor, and I knew she could carry the weight of being the lead in a film shit. She was in this film called night lane nine hundred seventy four which is available in excellent. And she's amazing in it. If you like turn this you should check it out. But but I saw her strength and her ability her intelligence to able to be able to transition to play a character like lane, which is nothing like her. And then I she edition to her for this. Because I it's too important of..

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