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"sali" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
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"sali" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"We have really deep connections in terms of our interests. And i don't really need them to care about my work. What i do want though is i always wanted them to know that all of the things you have come from working hard and that is a reality of life. I i hate entitlement. I can't stand entitlement and the thought of having entitled children would really really really bother me. And so i always wanted them to know that if you lose a jumper at school i have to work harder in order to replace the jumpy lost and so i want them engaged in my work insofar as i need them to understand it's important and consequently whatever they do for a living will be important and i don't care what they do but i want them to be serious about what they do. Yeah no. I agree with so much of what you just said. And i think you're right. That entitled thing is just something that i call you. Get it in a little of grownups. Absolutely expectant about what's supposed to happen next. And actually i think especially if you're working creative job you're sometimes well actually no. It probably happens across the board. But i just think from the get go in greater your brain courage to be quite competitive with your peers. You feel that. You're especially with women. I should they pick women up again. Yeah of course is anywhere for one year which is so tedious and and then from that. You're encourages sort of really feel quite annoyed about opportunities that weren't open open to you whereas actually i'm always a bit like who's to say i'm even supposed to be still singing right now. Like not given. You're not nothing done in the past as a given that you're gonna be able to keep keep going to keep like don't complain and just get on and do the work. Yeah i'm kind of understand that people part of.
"sali" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"Weird without having to compare their experiences to other. it's just bloodied. Yeah even now. The thing this really happened. I know also imagine like just been like quantum leap into nana of look around everybody's in face muslim trying to work out. What a crazy world. It's getting to the point where we've kind of been in it for so long that i'm slightly losing grip on how it was before judge. I find quite surreal. Well it's when you watch tv and you think like an old film and they hug each other. Hello awesome yeah. Yeah there's more than fifty people at the rc. what are they doing. Yeah weightings huge. It's so weird to think that i've kind of lost a year of my life on my kids case of almost ten percent of their lives being spent with corona virus. Which is really bizarre. Considering we'd never even heard of a year ago. I i know let things that happened back in february amendment. I remember dj in february. And now why would we all out to be not thinking about happen. I know i had a breast reduction in february. And then it's like such a big thing for me to do. And i did it in february and i was. I was looking at my diary in the run-up to thinking okay. So i blocked these two weeks out to recover and i've gotta do this and i've got to go and do this event here and i was kind of all over the country but in fact i had the operation pretty much within a couple of weeks we were locking down and so did i was just home recovering the whole time and it was just really strange. Body had really changed. And i was just in the house. It just seemed like a very strange round. And how did you we will now. Do you feel great yeah. It's the best decision i've ever made while that's very cool. Yeah there's no so. Fully old has been fully healed for ages. yes i had done on for the eighteen. Th the night of the brit awards and my husband came to my hospital room and we watched the brit awards in bed. And i cannot remember single thing. I was so high. I woke up and i was just so high and so happy. I'd have the operation but also like smacked out of my head on drugs from the doctor. I just. I can't remember anything about the towards other than my husband brought me an maced veggie burger which i love. I sat there just sort of giggling in bed watching breaks. I don't think he'd be the first person to watch. The brits exact exactly very much older brand -actly then you have one other question. I always quite like to ask about motherhood. And if it's if you feel influenced your work and your creativity but is for you is the beauty thing your own thing. Do you feel it when you do that. You're quite selfish about or does it feel like an extension of in your mom and needing to feel like you again. That's a really interesting question. I think so despite. Hey anything else about my mother. My maternal grandmother and my mother always looked nice. They did always look nice. My mom was really beautiful and the two of them were always pulled together and no matter how little money there was you know. There was always lipstick on and head. And so on. And so i suppose i associated with just getting on with life and that is something the i have always done so they were influential to me in that way. My kids are really kind of bemused by their last me for serum sometimes because they're teenagers the obviously concerned about their skin. So they'll say mum. Can i test to see even for you..
"sali" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"It took me a long time to understand what it meant when people said it's not going to go back. That was before because it doesn't mean that things went. Come back that you're familiar but everything will just have a slightly different emphasis probably with things mental in your hand steering. Lock the first children to be locked inside honesty when it first started happening. I thought i've been a complete mug. I've had too many children and i went from feeling very clever about having five people and they're all from one of sixteen thinking. I'm such a moron. I can't actually do this. I can't do it whether it's yeah. We're all the same room all the time but we kind of found our way through. I mean there are some. I think probably felt that was happening. Here was happening in lodz family households and so sometimes things quite nice. Actually you know we didn't have. We've all had sundays here together. Or brand called monday's where he normally at school or work. But hey we're will hit together but sometimes we find ourselves having these outbursts of anxiety and shouting things. Well yeah because there's attention and you know. Richard loe constantly like trying to work out. What does this really look. All our work's been council it. Okay that's that. What about next year. We'll who knows just the realization of. Oh kay everything i thought is going to be doing this year saying i totally paralysed felt very uncreative fellow. There's nothing i could do. I thought why. Didn't i learn to play piano. Better or pray. Guitar bets us. At least i can accompany myself and write something. I can't do that. I don't know anything. Works in richard studios just like. I really should have gotten more skills going here. I'm obsessed with learning to so at the moment. I really wanna learn to so it's been one of the machines. Yeah yeah it's been one of those periods. Hasn't it where you're like. Whoa is massively lacking in my skill set. How are you getting on with the sewing started yet but my focus. I've just decided that that's my project for next year. I'm going to learn to so. Because i also because i i wanted to say and i go a sewing machine but then i got. I got stuck on how to wind. This is actually something quite early on in this the end of that. Yeah i'm going to do that. Could take it home with the learning blend and come back and tell me i'd love to be able to play when i just love to be able to like hem some genes and alterations incredible. Yeah 'cause i buy low of secondhand say a big pile of things. I just need to make sure to make that year. Oh you'll be good for me. I've had some things. Probably from right before i moved house. Yeah right now. I'm going to say my loads of secondhand stuff. And i and i tell myself that just needs shortening..
"sali" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"Them in super-drugs around the country is brilliant. Only easy yeah. It's really easy. There are loads and loads of ways. You can help. And it's of turned into quite a big charity avoided registering as a charity for really long time because both of us have about eight jobs. And we were oh. We don't like charity so we really avoided registering officially. We thought we don't need money. We can just distribute products. But actually you do need money to distribute the product in the first place. We were so naive so eventually under duress registers as a proper charity. And actually we're now you know a medium sized charity people probably say and it's been a huge success. We donate to around one hundred eighty charities around britain and then very many more schools and at the beginning of the pandemic ticky work as well and so you sometimes meet the people that are the people who benefit from so. We don't deal with end user so much we deal with. Charities are so we supply to registered charity. So if for argument's sake you are a youth. Homelessness charity in cardiff. We deal with them. And then they distribute to their clients but we do we do get really lovely letters that they have given that clients have given to the charities that have been passed on to us really beautiful touching lettuce so we do still get to see the end of the line. we do still see the end of the process. But yeah we're not. We're not at the coalface because we're dealing with really big bulk donations. Yeah and then we kind of they trickled down. But that's so impressive. That's brilliant and that should be your perfect conduit for that because you've already got those contests and no those people and yeah and you can say come on and you can say if you wanted to you could name brands. That are rubbish at that also really celebrate the brands that yes to get really some. Most people are good and some of the brands. I mean we are talking about huge volumes. Global multinational sometimes small independent brand. Who gives you five hundred bars of soap. That means the same to them as ten thousand years from multinational does it really. It's really touching when people kind of really mark in generally lovely and and your boys do they. have they ever like go with coaching. Yes so both of their schools collect us great and my eldest son islamic charity committee at his school. So good and they've definitely had buckets out. My friend add k. Is a right in. He did he did a show in brighton. And my boys had buckets going through the aisle very cynically. We sent the children with buckets. 'cause we give more money which they did and and yet they were low times in the early days when we were really small and my house was full of this product and so as joe joe got little girls and roughly the same ages your to eldest and then. I've got my boys and very often in the early days. They'd be sitting on the floor watching the telly. Separating tampax from sanitary towels separating moisturizer from face wash and they would just do on autopilot. So it's good. It's good because when if people have anything globe to say about beauty it's like none of this is a real. I don't think people realize how much all of that counts into the same thing and how feeds into keeping clean us off presentable. Having people that everybody i think can think of a time where the boilers packed up. All the hot water stopped reasons that they didn't really understand all they woke up too late to shower. Whatever it is and they're rushing around and they feel gross and that horrible gross feeling that you feel and you just think oh. I do anything to just kind of..
"sali" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"A features writer and then a feature editor and then editor and then when i had a so i was features director at the face i had a child and then i went back to work. Freelance writing by all sorts of things may mainly cover interviews celebrity things and columns. And then as i got older thing happens when you're a female journalist if you hang around long enough and you've had enough of a life and you've got good enough reputation. You start being asked to write in the first person. And i only ever now really writing the first person and then the pt column. He was really weird. So so i was a reader of the magazine and the current editor then editor of guardian. We can had employed youtube to do this column. And i feel sorry for actually because i don't think god the guardian or any broadsheets took beauty seriously at all as a subject and so they just kind of send her a little bag of products and then she had to write one not sentences on the products and you. He wasn't a writer. It was just all a bit kind of half assed and buy them and then they gave it to her and i was reading at one day back in the early days of twitter as a bt fan was really cross about it. And i said this this peachy coverage is terrible whatever and then the editor sore it and she called me and she said oh well. Actually that youtuber. We really want video content. She won't make it because she wants to. Make it yourself. Youtube which is completely fair enough. She wanted to own her own content in the early days and they said she she went. Dvd is we need. Somebody's gonna dvd's so replacing her. It's between a few journalists. Can you might some sample. Call him. So i did. And then it was between me. In another journalist who i latterly found out was writing spoof beauty column so they were they almost ran a spoof..
"sali" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"I think that's really important. He always really respected their relationship with their father. And and it did it deserve respect. You know my kids have a dad and and gradually. He became their other dad without ever stepping on the toes of my accent similarly. My ex is getting married again. And she's lovely his partners lovely and i think she's done the same thing. Everyone's fine. no that's that's really impressive and hearing you talk. I've really reminds me of how my relationship with my stepdad evolved. Twelve seven. When i met him and he the big thing i always say my girlfriends are in a position where they might become a step mother always i never ever ever slag off. Oh my god mother not big. It's the most important it will. it will completely haas. I paralyze the relationship. If you do that. Just you have to everhart. It may be have to remain very impartial and any any divorce involving kids is really difficult so even if you come from a place of mutual respect it still horrible it still one of the worst things you can go through and they were definitely difficult times and there were definitely times of conflict in times of of high emotion and stress on both sides however whatever else happened the one thing that neither of us ever ever ever did speak ill of the other. That's very impressive. What your friends for. Get your girlfriend's round for a bottle of wine when the kids are out and then go to town if that's what you need to do to feel better but never ever ever speak badly of the parents of the kids because you're slacking off. Then you're not. You're not criticizing your acts your criticizing fifty percent of their dna. And it's horrible. i think it's abusive. And i have lots of grownup friends who were really traumatized by their mother. Always letting their father or their father slating them. And i think it's a real active cruelty and i think you have to really really make a concerted effort not to do it. I would never do it I think that's such perceptive comment had sex. Actually you're not slagging off the person you're slagging off they supposed to do with that she hates half of me she hates. She hates the person who made me. Yeah well horrible. Think as well if your child of especially if you witnessed conflict between your parents were up you do sometimes feel a bit like that means i am. I am the joined in. Yeah yeah yeah. People have to know each other. And also i'm now a physical embodiment of to people who didn't get on its way. How am i supposed to live with myself. If i can make the marriage work i mean. Obviously that's really over surprise when you're tiny. I think sometimes do kind of think about things that way. Because you spend a lot of your time working out i get this from my mom. I get that from my dad. I yeah and it's hard to sometimes find the third thing which is just the bit that's completely you so your kids will benefit massively from that. They him they love his partner. They love my husband. Me everyone is. It doesn't happen overnight but but it did happen for us over a period of a few years and You know it's comfortable. And she also she has a daughter. She has a teenage daughter. They now have a baby together. And so everything's a bit elastic and messy in a kind of nice way and everyone's happy and everyone gets on so it's fine. Yeah that's that's kind of family can be a bit like with the godparent thing too but you can. You can make family really whatever works for you. I think is an elastic term..
"sali" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"He witnessed all wedding and so and so we just involve him and everything because he's off family. You didn't get married not that long ago. How long no so. I've been married twice. My existing permanent has not. I don't know how to put you don't want to say current because it implies transient ephemeral. So my husband. Now we'd be married for three years together for much longer and then my former husband. We were married for ten years together thirteen. Oh wow okay and so. How long were you a single mum in the middle a barrett eighteen months assuming list of your son's loves for longtime. Yes yes. He's known them since they were little which is really lovely. My of how were they name him. I think they was something like seven and five folsom things little And he's brilliant. He's brilliant in the learning experience for him fish oil because he didn't have kids and i said from the very beginning i didn't want to have more kids. And so he just kind of hard to catch up and get his head around. And i said from the very start. I didn't want more kids. Because i thought well you should have the opportunity to go and have kids if you need kids just. I didn't want to advertise their. But he said he said okay a. and he just fell in love with mine. Gradually over time. In a really organic unforced way that They may happen that he and my kids might happen. Of course. i've celebrated as much as i could. But i mainly let them find their way with it is quite a difficult thing to do or it could be a difficult thing to do but i think he was extremely respectful of their boundaries. When we first started seeing each other he didn't sleep in my house for ages and ages. He would come to brighton from london and stay in a hotel. And then i would put the kids to bed and then i go and see him and we'd have dinner and whatever and i just didn't want somebody in my house unless it was absolutely sure they were going to stick around. Didn't want my kids to you. Know have a series of uncles that they met and he never ever ever pushed that he completely. We were on the same page. He knew how important that walls. I didn't have to convince them. And so it happened. Kind of slowly unraveled in in a really nice way and i absolutely adore him and they also absolutely adore their father. Yeah yeah and. I think i think actually that thing you said about letting them kind of find their place with it together and not kind of meddling too much. I think that's exactly the right thing to do. An incredibly instinctive if you know that on both sides there's good people because then they will find their way to their relationship because what happened. Yeah and there was. There was respect there. You know he never tried to He never tried to take the place. There arbor yup. And.
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"sali" Discussed on IN PURSUIT from Glassdoor
"There who our also occasionally I think the key insight is like we know who our customer is and we know that we can offer these amenities if needed because yeah things pop up and oftentimes unanticipated and so we have in our spaces you know you can just set up like on. Wi Fi and work. We have private areas for you to take phone calls. We actually have some private areas. You can take meetings depends on. The space does not offer that so. Don't go to say this but our other spaces that we've actually built out. We were really cognizant of what we wanted to offer to a really specific consumer as a successful woman. Sally in in sort of this workplace space do you feel pressure to continue to lean in to not let up. Because you've got this army of Arjun women now like cheering you on right in four years in. Do you feel the pressure to continue plowing forward or do you feel like the women who support the brand in the business really understand that. There are times to lean in and time selene out. I think I my like motivation. Comes from the impact that we're having an individual level Four women in to the conversation and ultimately like really believing in what? We're building I I. I don't know that I really call it. Like leaning in per se. I just am being who I am. You know and Trying to give trying to give women like access to whatever it is that they might need In the feedback that we hear from them is so validating it just keeps us moving forward so I don't know that I really think about it in those terms if that makes sense yeah it does make sense. I think the question sort of comes from a place not only my own professional career but many of the executive women who I've sat down with who are trail blazers. Right they're either the first or the only there is this sense of responsibility to the women coming up behind you or the the women alongside you to continue to push forward to push ahead and that's fantastic and it's wonderful and it's inspiring and we've all been there but then there are those moments where you want more than one hour to watch Grayson for you. You know you WANNA take off the blazer for a second you just WanNa chill or you just want to you know go on vacation and not answer the phone and so I just wonder whether as a female entrepreneur whether you feel like you have the ability to lean out a little bit where you're not plowing ahead with opening five new stores and then tackling this and visiting so and so and taking meetings etc. Have you balance that? I think everyone has to be mindful of what makes them happy. And what makes them tick and like? I'm acutely aware of that. I actually learned this at Cisco because I was in a job that was insane like I probably slept to three hours a night while I was there in the thing that I learned more than anything was a hate using was praised but work life balance. I really figured out like what I had to have every day so I have to exercise. I have to have some time to unplug now like I'm having kids like I have to have time with my kids. I know what drives me and my family life and I also know that I have an opportunity to give back and I will always make time for that but I think you have to be realistic. You know in terms of like keeping yourself grounded and like what amount of time is appropriate to be doing that and like hire Mr. efficient with that it's CETERA. So I've certainly had to be a little bit more thoughtful in terms of how I manage my time But I always always like WanNa be available for anyone that I could potentially help anyone that can help in any way and I'd like to model the behavior. You know the like an really like six old Bat US women wherever you want to say it. But I think the struggle that I've seen with female executives is that there's so many demands on their time because there so few of them and where Arjun comes in what I've always hoped for us is to be able to solve that. So we do bring these female executives and they give back to one hundred hundred women in an hour or two you know versus having to have twenty coffee over thirty years. So how do we make it a bit? More scalable like honey their time more skillful in how to we give women to the same types of information sort of level the playing field and then like I'll also say I don't really think of myself differently and a lot of ways and like my male counterparts. Just you just do yeah and ahead. You're like I'm I'm going to be a bad ass who it is or what we're doing. I'm winning you're winning. You'll But I had so many male mentors two and I think that the risk with this conversation is alienating men and you know focusing on females as like the only way to really get any sort of training. And that's the networking should be doing. And that's you should be learning from. I've learned so much from my male mentors and advocates and so it's always been a balanced mix for me but yeah I don't I'd never lean out as he put it but I love your point about the importance of bringing men into the conversation and having male mentors. I think there can be this perception that as women climbing the corporate ladder or just climbing any latter. That it's all about the sisterhood. And we've gotTA lean into one another and there's some bridges always have to be built and maintained. There's really valuable insight from the guys in your workplace and from other men who've done it blazed trails of their own and so I think that's a really important point that it's not only about the woman tribe it's also about bridging the gaps and not sort of segregating. I think right now in this sort of metoo air. It's very easy to separate. It's very very easy to be like. Oh I don't trust that or I'm not really sure I'm worried about having this type of professional relationship but it's really important so many decisions about your Kerr made when you're not in room. The numbers are just GonNa show that men are oftentimes making decisions. Networking is something that men do more than women especially early in their career. It's the most important thing that you could do and should be networking non-stop non-stop with men. And women. And I think the unfortunate like repercussion of the conversation is that women are being excluded from consideration for jobs now because it's perceived as risky. You know like I think they're getting cut out a lot of ways and that is the absolute worst outcome you know. And so it's figuring out like how to combat some of the things that happened on. I went out once with probably the mail that was the most influential in my career at Cisco and beyond like has been so supportive Arjun but we went out one on one for drinks one time and there was a group of three women next to us that were certainly like judging us and making comments and it was a professional relationship. Always has been In that time like I learn how decisions are made for promotions. I learned. Who's like you know on my side? Who's not on my side who I need to talk to like. I'm learning so much informally that if I didn't take that time or have that relationship I I wouldn't know or be privy to right and we have to make sure that as women we're not looking at another woman who's having a you know a professional drink where the man and giving her the side I right. There's a lot that we're that we can be doing to support her and not question that relationship because it you know having a drink with a male colleague does not mean anything other than you're having a drink with male colleague And so I think there is that sisterhood that we could be extending in a little bit of grace understanding and not allowing ourselves to fall into the stereotype as well completely. What is a great piece of business advisor life advice that you've received along your journey in the past maybe four years? Who gave it to you? And how is it enhanced your life better because that local your faith? It's probably really good. I feel like it's so specific to urgent but I think this is more like related to building a company. Every entrepreneur is so naive going into that process in a lot of ways. You have to be to survive to even make the commitment to begin with very early on someone just warned me against getting too caught up in like the HOOPLA when you do launch because there is a lot of attention the second you launch. The advice was like to stay steady. You know and like we got some great press coverage right when we launched. We like so many things happen the second that we launched and we were like living high. But you cannot do that like you can't stay there because you have to sustain that and that's not. It's like an absolute marathon. I thought that was really good advice. The second was this is probably my favorite is to be really intentional and thoughtful about who you involved with your venture because it's literally you against world in your odds are very low and you have to find people that are genuinely passionate about what you're building and what you're doing this applies. I think regardless. Yeah what environment. You're in but really really taking that time not rushing decisions and making sure that they see you as more than like a paycheck. You know and I've made that mistake like even without advice. I made that mistake over and over again. I think you have to learn that when the hard way unfortunately but I think I got there quicker because I had this piece of advice in the back of my head. I think that's so important for all of us whether you're starting a business or you're simply working at a company that you love really being mindful of the people you surround yourself with being mindful of the people who pour into you and who you are in relation with because they leave an imprint right and their words creep in and it can sway you one way or the other and being surrounded by good quality friends and family and business contacts and vendors. Olivet is so invaluable in so important to the success of your business but also your own professional success. Yes and as an entrepreneur like you're the most excited you're the most passionate and so early on the worst person to hire people. I was like basically cut off from being the sole higher. Why were you the worst person to hire? Because I so many of us are guilty of this. I would project my enthusiasm onto talking to and it's like they're feeding off my energy. I don't recognize that and then a higher than we're like what the hell's what happened. Did they really think back to the interview question? You're like they weren't really that jazzed about our mission. They were just feeding off of the Cube Laser. Yeah often the case. Oftentimes the founder is not the best judge But I've I've learned how to tweak. We've put a system in place that protects us against rushing those decisions mark. Hiring is your maker break. One thing I read about Arjun that I really loved was that not only are you uncompromising and you're disrupting in this space but you are to drop kick the glass ceiling first of all. I'm all for a drop kick. I'm here for it if you had one piece of advice to women about sort of navigating bias and drop kicking the glass ceiling. What would that be? I think you'd have to be a little bit unafraid and outspoken. With what you see all using example from my past. I noticed that I was getting asked to take meeting minutes. I was GONNA ask the plan parties. I was getting moldable talent promotional tests. Yes and it happens you read about it happening all the time and I was like you know. I'm GonNa Talk to my manager about this and so I didn't have a manager in between like a more. Senior management is reporting above. What I should have been and he had so much authority and I said look just say no one. I'm working on actively saying no because I say Yes to everything to. You're asking me to do all these like you know administrative feminine tasks that you think only women are supposed to do all the time. I was the only woman in the room. I was one of the more senior women in ninety five. Dr Makeup routine was ninety. Five percent male five percent female and so it was such an eye opening conversation for him And he was in a position of power and for me it also like allowed meteorology focused on my work but then I watched him. You know divvy up the work across my male peers counterparts and it was so productive and so I think the majority of people in my experience aren't intentionally by.
"sali" Discussed on IN PURSUIT from Glassdoor
"The project is predominantly male a male executive in town. We all went out for lunch together. And let's continue the conversation but all three women had to go back to their desktop their purses and all the men had everything they needed on them and so the conversation continued during the walk to lunch and then everyone seeded like everyone sat around the male executive and we ended up at the end of the table. And that to me like it's such a small example but it's this is like these are the subtleties that were trying to solve in our clothing. So now I carry my credit card and my ID right here in my pocket. And my blazer. I've my phone my blazer at all times inside the basics you know so I can just go straight to that meeting. And that's what we want to give women another just like conferences. You're carrying handbags. You know like you're just it's unnecessary like how do we streamline this woman's life whose time constrained and so like expectations are huge upon her great examples? What's been the most rewarding part of being CEO and founder of Arjun? I mean you talk about sort of the women who have sent you know about being that much more confident in their salary negotiations etc. What are some of those rewarding moments that make all of this worth it? I mean that's it that gives me life. It gives me energy. Give me everything I mean. I've had low low days. Every entrepreneur has what they call the trough of sorrow. You have periods of time where you're just depressed you know periods of time where you doubt something or you question yourself you question your entire venture and I think anyone that says otherwise is lying lying. And so yeah. I've had some really dark moments in what I learned. Pretty quickly as it turning to our customers is what keeps me going in digging into like some of their testimonials is what really gives me life and Yeah. I think that's my number one. We also have had the opportunity to address a lot of really incredible women. Yes Hillary Clinton see Coppola Harris. I mean everyone is wearing an Argentine. Yeah Yeah we've been unbelievably fortunate. I think there are a lot of high profile women that are wearing us and it highlights underserved. This market is across Hollywood across politics across tech and consulting in banking. I think it's been amazing to see. Someone like Hillary Clinton wearing an urgent suit right because she was the founder of the pantsuit nation known across the globe for wearing her power suits but always being criticized right for what she wore whether it was feminine enough to Masculine Feminine Issue. Wearing the right color. Is she not how the conversation really changed for women and their work wear their capabilities right? Sometimes how you look intertwined with your professional acumen. How's that conversation change? And have you seen it change? Yes so I think what's interesting. So Hillary Clinton self-proclaimed Pantsuit Aficionado. She's awesome I'm she really. I think. Gave Women in politics specially permission to start expressing themselves through their clothing. They start doing that and moving away from blending into like really standing out owning their power so I have talked to a lot of individuals over the last five years and sometimes I push back in terms of like. Why are you having this conversation with me and not with my male peers and I completely understand that? I think it's like absolute bs that women are held to a different standard and more is expected of us but I think what's important is awareness in. That's why we exist awareness of the fact that people are paying attention to what you wear People are judging you based on what you're where people are making career decisions about you based on what you wear and if you choose to ignore that that's totally fine but it does have an effect on your outcome. You know and so I kind of look at. This is just another piece of the puzzle. Like the more aware you are of what's happening in the workplace more equipped yard navigate it successfully and so this is one piece of many the flip side of that. I also like to talk a lot about. Is like you derive confidence from what you wear so we all know that experience of putting something on that makes us feel awesome yet. I see it time and time again when women come in they'll put something on. That's not quite right now. Mike Okay no not right for you for you. They put something on. They feel great and their shoulders are back. They're glowing. They like they just interact with the world differently like they're just feel so good absolutely. I think that's so powerful and you can show up to work like that. Our goal is to help them and feel like that. I don't know that I've actually seen much change in terms of the judgement. That happens but I have seen a lot of change in women really embracing standing out which I love. That's that's really been the change from when we launched fantastic. I think it's been very interesting to see the around being a woman in the workplace really evolving right. The New York Times even published a guide on how to navigate being the only woman in the room. How do you think about where? Arjun participates in that conversation of women in the work. Place like you've created very strong foundation and you've been highlighting a lot of the differences between men and women in the workplace and how they are perceived but how do you think about the conversation moving the conversation forward. I very much see us as being part of the conversation and so I think something that captures who we are as a brand of the events that we've hosted over the last few years. Our goal is to truly be a resource to women for whatever they need. Obviously like our foundations our product. And that's simply like a physical reminder of who we are and what we stand for and if you're the one woman showing up to a room of ten men you know there's a small army of us like behind you you know and we're all going through the same things and when you encounter you know difficult salary negotiation or whatever it is you know that you have to fight a little bit harder like we're here to sort of push you but are the events that we've hosted so we'd do things like financial literacy planning training negotiating training. Everything that we've done in an event has something actionable that you walk away with. So I'll use negotiations. As an example we brought in six executives that you wouldn't normally get facetime with we include men we have male executives and female executives we have male attendees and female ten DIS. We one hundred percent include men and all of the activities that we do because we think change really is going to happen by informing everyone and then you would sit down and basically deuce like speed talks with three of the executives and they'd talk through how to manage a salary negotiation. How to manage a vendor negotiation. Just General Cunanan's catered to you and where you are in your career. What I found really interesting from this exercise was that the male executive walked away understanding. That women are fundamentally experiencing something different. You know than men are in their in a position of power and can influence that outcome. We really really pride ourselves on just being a resource for women and being a tool for women in having what I think is the right attitude for achieving. Whatever you want to. You guys are also opening up brick and mortar stores. Talk to me about the decision ago into you know local communities because see so many retailers just either one sticking to the online space or to shuttering their own stores. What made you WanNa go brick and mortar. And what's the experience like when a woman walks into Arjun inherent in our model have always been like physical space physical location simply because we're building a community and so having those locations for events and for hosting women like in men getting together a really allows us to build? What we ultimately envisioned building right. Now we have a store in San Francisco Store New York showroom in L. A. and pop in DC. Wow it's great for a number of reasons. I mean the community building aspect is probably my favorite piece. It also gives women an opportunity to come in and like feel see. Try On and touch. The clothes are success. Rate of someone comes in and actually experiences. The product is huge because our price points very accessible for the quality yes accessible for the quality but the average person who's just browsing online they see the price point and they're like Ooh Work wear but I think you have sort of a real understanding of the price. Point does match the quality of the clothing and the quality of the materials. Yes and it's intended to be in your closet. For Adamant of a decade we're sourcing high quality fabrics from Italy. Japan France Switzerland were manufacturing Manhattan. To is not fast fashion. This is not fast fashion and it is not going to end up in the landfill. But it's true. Everyone's paying more attention to fast fashion. And how it is filling up landfills and there are a lot of companies who are trying to address that issue one of the other things going back to the brick and mortar experience. I love the fact. There are phone rooms. And Little Co working nooks in your stores. I think for those who are listening any of us who are multitasking women out. There have had the experience where you're like. I'm just dip out eating my lunch. I'M GONNA go shopping real quick and all of a sudden. Your boss calls all of a sudden. There's a meeting that has to happen. And you're like frantically trying to log into the zoom. Dial it you're trying to balance you know your coffee your phone plus the laptop and trying to make it all work at the same time but if you walk in. Arjun there's an opportunity to not only try on a dope blazer but also multitask with your call and your boss never has to know and we learned that from people doing it so we had pop ups and I'll never forget a woman just setting the fitting room on the phone. She was a journalist. She was in an interview for been.
Own a Business, Not a Hobby with Jason Khalipa
"Guest is someone who knows the value and the struggle of the grind mini no Jason Khalifa. As the champion of the two thousand eight cross gains gains. But since then he's dreamed up started in scaled a thriving business. It's called NC fit which in addition to having over twenty gyms around the world old it's pioneering widespread corporate wellness programs reinventing fitness in the hospitality sector. And even changing the way people think about fitness. This but this growth journey all started in two thousand twelve when he was forced to confront the fact that he actually did not own a business at all he simply owned a hobby. I had a mentor of mine. One day we were walking down the hall of this one Jim that we owned as they. Hey Man I'm just letting you know that all this can go away tomorrow and that what you have here is a hobby not a business because if you get hit by a bus this thing's going away and he said that to me and it really resonated and after that day I started putting things in place. Get to the point where it's bigger than me. It's not just me. It's it's an organization and and you might be a figurehead of it but it's just still be able to have people in place that could lead it on the future and that was really important. Took a long time to get to that point but after a year or two weirdly developed a team that which actually worked out really well my favorite because I started developing the teen because I WANNA have business not hobby but then my daughter got sick and it ended up working out really well because I stepped away from the company for a while and it just kept running on sale and kept running so you had prepared for that moment without even realizing it worked out really well my goodness so two thousand eight you're pretty scrappy at that point was it literally soper. Noor you were starting on your own or yeah okay. Yes so from a business perspective. We opened up fifteen hundred square feet. Fifteen hundred dollars a month six month lease and we opened it with ten thousand ars in so in a way we opened the business. What did you know about starting a business at that point? Well that's really interesting so at that point I knew I love to coach. I knew I wanted to make an impact on people but I also didn't realize at the time but I had backed it up with a lot of confidence because because I've been working at the health club for so long. They Health Club was all about the business. It was all about sales. Were working at just a regular gym regular health club. Yeah and cross all about anti sale anti title business like you know. Let's go coach. Let's let's really help these people and there were just totally different ideologies. He's in in which was really good for me because I had so much exposure to the business side and then I had a lot of exposure to the coaching side. And try to marry those two with when we started the business and so you probably brought a little bit of your sales experience because I mean we believe around here that if you are truly selling your serving someone Oh yeah if you're selling to the right person I'm extremely grateful for my lessons that I learned working at a desk selling gym memberships because we had a lot of different diversity in the area I was in law. Different cultures came in. And so you learned how to adapt and grow your business based on talking to somebody and he started to learn how to listen in here. What are they looking for out of this gym membership in how ultimately going to get them to sign up was question but I learned a law about people and talking to people and so that played huge? Dividends ends early on the business. Because you get people to come in and there's nothing to sell them on except yourself in your service and that was an important thing that I learned throughout college. Was this selling my passion right. More sharing my passion say a read something not long ago that it said the millennial generation and the generation following following it more than any generation in recent history in the United States is interested in the topic of entrepreneurship and starting a business but then it also said more than any generation in the history of the United States. They're less likely to step out of actually start a business so they love the idea of it but it seems like they're terrified and I say we right. It's my generation. We are terrified. Actually step up and do something. So what are the prerequisites. What are the things people need to have from your perspective looking back back in order to start a business? I think at the time if I can go back and advise myself I probably would have advised myself not to open a business and the reason why I would've widow of is because I don't think I had the background to feel credible enough to go do it now at the time. No eight the economy's in the tank cross is not even well known at all all and I decided to go to business and looking back on it. I don't know if I would have advised myself but I also think that I had things lined up to do you. Were right meaning. I didn't have any external pressure I didn't have any children. Timing was really good. I just won the game so I had this kind of notoriety and and I had had a background in the health clubs so I don't know of back then I I had as much as I wanted to have now but I'd ask anybody who wants to start a business. Do they have that confidence. So they have that background to know when they sign at least they're going to be successful because one Sali's begins you start acting irrationally. If you're in the tank too quickly you'd have things lined up for you. You know it's one thing to say that I wanNA star Weirdest Tomo Coffee. I've talked about this before I love coffee. Yeah we we were talking about the fact. That Jay's shop is probably way better than Arkle Luge Coffee Station copying personally zone it teaches own but I don't know the first thing about sourcing it roasting in selling it. I don't know anything about the health laws in my area area. If we want to open it meaning I know a little bit about business but I will need to go learn from people glide densify mentors go work at a coffee shop. That's doing the best in the world. Go take things I like in build them into my business. Take the things I don't I can leave them behind. I shouldn't have for longer right and I think that anybody who wants to start a business go to school for as long as you can before you actually signed the lease because once you sign you gotTa know your playing in. You're playing to win. The clock started at that point. You're already in the game. I love that though. Because what you're saying is just being passionate about. Coffee is not enough. No I mean the restaurant. Business is a great example. I love food but I. I don't know the first thing about sourcing these products. How long we keep them for? I would need to learn those skills for a long time and then identify key people that have have unique sets of skills there and then bring them on board. Because you've got to understand about starting a business like what makes you different. What makes you uniquely better than your competitor? And how are you GonNa win is just what we think about. If I can't answer that we probably shouldn't be pursuing it and you said go to school earlier. I assume that's not necessarily just formal education right so it's connecting acting the right people learning from them putting yourself in positions where you anyway surprised if you connect the people in the right way in authentic way people want to help you. They do and they WANNA share their information but you need to go identify that and you need the work and you need to back that up with action. I cannot tell you how many people on a regular basis so last sure did this thing where I talked to four hundred Jim Owners in the span of six months on the phone just to check in. Hey how's the industry. What are you seeing? What are we see? The how can I help you to really want to understand. Is Our business on the right path and for all these people I talked to you and all these people I meet in person you can you can give them the world you give them anything you want you can give them. The answers are looking for. But they're gonNA fall in depth ear nine times out of ten. I'll look at these people back. Dude all you gotTa do is go do this. Is this your call them in six months and they haven't done any of it is because it doesn't mean anything unless you put action behind it You know when I talk about going to school I talked about. I would go to school in the morning morning. I work at night and I go ride the elliptical till super late at night with the owner of this gym almost every day for years picking his brain. I wouldn't just say hey. Can we meet on. I don't have time. Oh well what are you doing later on. Do you mind if I go jumping elliptical like being assertive you know what I mean. Ask Ask ask until I tell you to stop asking. We talk all the time here. One of our kind of mantras is you gotta live like no one else so later you can live like no one else and it seems so often and we see the picture of the entrepreneur that is scaled a business bigger than themselves traveling to the Bahamas and is making money while they're they're not checking their phone and that's just not an accurate picture. It sounds like no. It's not and I think it's actually a really sad thing because people want instant gratification and in entrepreneurship and business it doesn't happen and overnight you have some anomalies of course right where you'll have a startup that startup gets you know goes for an IPO twenty four months later and all of a sudden get paid out hundreds of millions leads dollars. But for the most part I didn't see what that person went through before the IPO D- and that's just the exception to the rule in general more times than not it's in the trenches working for long periods of time and then eventually start building up some momentum and then it snowballs into something
SAG-AFTRA announces plans to standardize on-set intimacy coordinators
"We start with new rules for sex scenes Sharon Waxman editor in chief and CEO of the rap so Sherin I I guess like many people I I wasn't aware that there were no rules well I I don't know if there's going to be rules for sex scenes but what happened over the weekend is that the largest union for actors SAG AFTRA announced their plans to set guidelines for shooting sex scenes and having intimacy coordinators on that and a little surprising that this has existed before but it hasn't what would an intimacy coordinator do well there are personal intimacy coordinator is a role that already exists and it is used you know it's fairly widespread matter through through the industry HBO has intimacy coordinators on its shows as a regular matter they announce out last year that they were doing that not surprising because HBO shows often push the envelope on areas and of sex and nudity but essentially they're there to help establish a safe space to help actors through difficult scenes and to just make people feel safer and more comfortable this is more about helping producers of movies and TV shows get as much as they want on the screen or is it about trying to you know protect the interests involved from pending litigations well I think that that would be a good reason for producers to sign on to it of course if it's the it's the guild adopted it's going to be a negotiating as it would just be part of their contract I think you were going to sack actors but I think the fear would be that it if you put those guidelines in place that it will prevent directors from asking a certain thing you're going you're working directly with the actors to ask for something that that the actor might feel uncomfortable doing so you can understand that in the age of me too that that is now something that many people feel in the industry is necessary and that there are actresses in particular who've come forward from past productions who said you know what I felt uncomfortable I was being pushed to take my shirt off for whatever whatever it may be I felt objectified I felt they were people talking about me behind my back so I think that in general we're looking at these cultural shift that are going on in the industry since the explosion of me too and this is another one of those things and with that being the backdrop reaction generally positive well the only happened over the weekend so it's a little early I think that there's some people who are kind of reflecting what you suggested at the top of this piece which is what's taken so long as it doesn't already exist and so you know it it's not that surprising that what seems to matter is are we getting like the most intense and emotional or provocative entertainment out of the scene that's the goal and not so much Hey are we making her feel comfortable and there's always a balance there but it feels like now that there is it by the way the other thing is going on is that there's an election going on in sag and so I think that it it allows the current administration is running attack to sort of the champion this issue out of all the weather should be another going into an election so there's a little bit of that going on I think that that conversation going back and forth over so odd social platforms like why are you doing this now you know could this could happen before well I mean is it happening now because with the advent of of streaming and and other venues for people to get content that producers maybe are getting a bit more daring than they used to be in the days when you just had three networks and and things like that well for sure broadcast television involved standards and practices as everybody well knows and so there's nothing that allows for the kind of beauty that even with the on premium cable for example streaming is another whole world that that is is less monitor it just it doesn't it's not subject to the same standard and so with up to each producer studio distributor streaming platform to create it's out that their own sort of guidelines around this but now we're talking about actual odds that production and this seems to be like a logical thing to do Sali hours for seeing shows and by the way I think this is why HBO instituted this their shows commonly a show it was one show called the dues that house of a whole prostitution promise in it and there's this new show that's on it that the but that has a lot of teenaged sex and addiction very extreme behavior calls you Fauria so I think that there is there is some sense of like it is a protection for the studio for the actors for the producers all the way around to create an environment where people feel like they have some back UP that somebody's watching that Sharon Waxman editor in chief and CEO of
NBA playoffs roundup
"On the hardwood guys the raptors the nuggets they've regained home-court advantage in their conference semifinals that even their respective series at two games. A piece of good basketball action this weekend Gaylon? Start with the Sixers game yesterday. I thought they had the game in hand about two three one in that series headed terrible fourth quarter stressing poorly the Sixers played, but you know, everyone about Kevin Durant stellar performance in the playoffs for the goals. They warriors who's talking about collide Leonard, I think he might even be playing better than K D thirty nine points, fourteen rebounds yesterday thirteen to twenty from the field in Sixers second year guard Ben Simmons tried to guard Kawhi Leonard, and he got absolutely destroyed. Simmons had one of his worst game. As a pro. Yes today. And then Joel Embiid only had eleven points, blaming an illness. And no sleep Sali's been strange either been great or a no show of this series. But again in that fourth quarter Sixers seven minutes without a field goal. And now they go back to Toronto for game. Five in Toronto lake. You said has homecourt advantage again. And then last night that nuggets blazer series. That's clearly been the most fun series the watch so far. I mean, let's not forget about. On Friday nights. Epic four overtime win for the blazers. But yesterday Denver prevailed on the road one sixteen one twelve they tied to series of two apiece. Nugget center Nikola Jokic Matt posted another triple double. I can't stress enough. How valuable job for these Doug? We all know we can score pass and rebound. But his ability to set screens met freeze of other nuggets players for wide open looks on just about every possession. You take Yokich off his team. They don't even make the playoffs. That's valuable. He is. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. On those screens to getting back the Colli Mike Adams with NBA dot com averaging thirty eight points per game on sixty two percent shooting. Jordan averaged over thirty five on sixty percent of shooting in one playoff series other than that. Nobody LeBron Katie Koby never did it. So we are watching greatness right now in the NBA and in the NBA playoffs, watch TV watching quite lettered in you know, he does everything. So well, but you know, they didn't think he was a good shooter early in his career in Popovich would say that with the Spurs. Now the league three. Point shooter. I mean, he doesn't miss shots as Baker and one other thing I wanted to mention Steph curry struggled where where was he where was he in the fourth quarter? I know everyone is talking about it have you seven at twenty three from the field. But the biggest problem for stent has been his defense. I mean, if you watch the rockets every possession, they attack Steph curry Weber Steph guarding that guy is getting the ball, and they're attacking Steph, and it's getting his head, and it's hurting offense and one other thing you'll Katy at forty six in the warriors loss on Saturday night. But it was a bad forty six matters nothing against K D. But the warriors lose their dynamic of all that ball movement and cutting away from the ball back door cuts. They all just stood around and watched Katie and that fourth quarter. And that's that makes the rocket excuse me, the warriors beatable and predictable negotiating next year's contract. I mean, I I don't I've never seen Katie play. Like this in the playoffs. You're talking about the last three to four games. I I would think I have to go back and look at the numbers, but he's averaging at least more than thirty a game in the last three to four games. I wanna say thirty eight a game and those four last four games. It's been unbelievable. You just make an shots like ripping on caney for scorn too much. What do you? If you want percents from the field. He's doing nothing wrong. He's played as well. As anyone's ever played on the offensive enemy NBA. No doubt about it. Yeah. Well, it does. But it does get stale. It does you know, it does get slow. And when one guy is doing all the work, and nobody else is
Parts of Davenport, Iowa, flooded after barrier fails
"Or of Davenport, Iowa are under water after heavy rains caused the Mississippi River to overflow its banks David Sali's lives in Davenport. There's always a chance that you know, things like this can happen. But it's to see it in person happens so close to home as I opening one flood barrier failed along the river swamping vehicles and buildings along part of the Mississippi river's edge as long as the other barriers hold much of the flooding should be contained to a few
Hot tea may raise esophageal cancer risk
"We've all heard about the benefits of drinking tea, but a new study says drinking piping hot tea could increase your risk of esophageal cancer. That's according to the American Cancer Society. Dr foreign coming gar who was a co op. Author on the study spoke with Carolee Suzy Sali's main question of the study was whether drinking hot beverages, including hot tea. Increases the risk of SAFA. Jill every year over four hundred thousand people get this type of dancer. However, there was no prospective data. No, well, does perspective data in which the pitcher has been measured in this case study was very novel in that fifty thousand people. Enrolled in study who at the beginning did not have any cancer every person for every person, the t- temperature drinking was measured. So this was really the first time. Temperature measurements was done on fifty thousand people and those fifty thousand people have been followed for over ten years to see who gets this oppa Joe cantor. Who does not get SAFA? Joe here, sir. And as we predicted people who showed a strong preference for drinking hot tea has a higher risk of getting cancer. Is it just t- and not any other hot liquids like coffee? For example. We believe it is for any hot. People should not be too worried about drinking copy or anything like that. Because it's drinking very hot. The hot other liquid that causes. Official. So we're talking about having your T more than on this fifty degrees Fahrenheit. That's win the risk increases. Sometimes they did drink ten cups of tea Sistine clubs the that's really dangerous but drinking one Cup of coffee per day. Let's see at sixty degrees centigrade or fifty five degrees centigrade. That is what typically Americans do not increase the risk. So while this study showed that drinking very hot too. At copious amounts increases risk of esophageal cancer. People should not be too worried about drinking copy, particularly if they drink as reasonable temperatures. Okay. And so is it just because you know, with anything that's too hot. It's probably going to I guess burn your Asaf against to a certain extent. Maybe that causes long term damage is that how that works is the proposed mechanism. Yes. That's what's happening is that gonna burn off of it and tissue damage over an offer. It is it is it the risk of cancer in that tissue
"sali" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"To follow you at the comedy, get a Sali's. You're you got a boyfriend. I have a fiance. Thank you know that we don't get lung. Need it? Never see me to stand up. How will you been with them? Almost two years. The wanna see this never seen me. Do it live. Yeah. That's his best. But isn't that funny? I don't want him to. I do. I do get married. I I am like I'm trying not to over think it Jude's. I froze, my eggs. I think maybe you know, I didn't ever want kids. And then my dad died, and I was like, oh, I want something that looks like him in some way, you know, like the the concept of like procreating became sort of more of a like calling that I'd never felt before. I was like I have dogs. I've horse it like I'll just do that. All adopt a kid. Let me a home. You know? Like, I always thought it would adopt a kid. But then after my dad passed away I had this weird like one. Yeah. That's a good idea. Great family. I wish you nothing beloved night. When I talked to people by Duggal, you know, what I would love to show Whitney come use my balls because you probably get up told me to put mine away and put you on the tail was bigger than mine. So did say that to me what they gave me so much Strang. You have you have all the respect them ration- for now via graduations on your wedding. Or whatever, you whatever you wanna come back and talk shit by your, and I wish that if this goes further would FOX I get you involved with this. I I'll do anything come with you. And I'm going to be aggressive about it to like, the lose LIZA, please. Let me come see a. Yeah. Just come to the table res. And I'll just you know, any insight, even if it's just to say, especially after what you told me today, you know, and I went through. Yeah. You really know what to ask?.
Newlyweds' final moments before fatal helicopter crash seen on video
"All just goes. Downs. One way out. Should just be trying to hop on helicopters now because you heard somebody died. Now for me. I'm good right now. But you know, until death so death do them part. That's a shame man that sucks so bad because this really good people to pay for a helicopter. It'd probably do pretty well, let's assume and then just on their wedding day. I love you love you. Well, I saw you posted that plane today that was trying to land. And then it hit the car and the wheels off those people alive. Yeah. Okay. Good little of their videos. Did you see that? We got iota that one horse video. They're still they're still. Yeah. Conflicting reports on that. There's one person at tween assess my cousin. She's her net. Looks like a death potentially the internet is filled with death. I do not see the plane buses while you never see those planes fail on those like road landings. There's always a success story. Sali successful Denzel was drunk and successful university of Michigan had a plane that went up came down. It was. Okay. It was safe. Yeah. See there's always like there's panic and then it seems like planes survive helicopter. So seems like they do not. I don't know how Leonardo DiCaprio made it that one late night whenever he flew into his ouster wolf, offering helicopters are not done.
Second U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan in a week identified
"Be this time of year take a quick look carson mom better she'll be around that if you're in the middle of the afternoon that's where expected to be generally sunny today tonight a few clouds seventy five tomorrow mostly sunny ninety five sunday few clouds around into the upper nineties upper nineties a had to take us through the early and middle part of next weekend there's no mention of rain urologist ray stagich from the weather channel on san antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w a eighty eight degrees under partly cloudy skies twelve a one news radio twelve hundred w away i i up though new federal indictments have been handed down in that russian investigation deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced today twelve russian intelligence officers have been charged with hacking the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's 2016 presidential campaign he says the intention of the hacking was to influence the elections sad part is not a thing america can do about it they probably won't part of the trial the pentagon meanwhile has identified the us army ranger killed during a combat operation in afghanistan yesterday thirty two year old army sergeant first class christopher sali's from summerville south carolina died thursday as the result of any small arms fire in eastern afghanistan's paktiya province along the border with pakistan sali's was assigned the elite first battalion seventy fifth ranger regiment part of joint special operations command us air strikes likely killed dozens of taliban fighters in the battle according to images on social media president trump today now with british prime minister theresa maim praised her is a great leader but then he discussed the state of what's been called the special relationship between the two countries the relationship between our two nations is indispensable to the cause of liberty justice and peace the united kingdom and the united states are bound together by a common historic heritage language and heroes but then he slammed the the prime minister's efforts to get the uk out of the european union said it's jepara jeopardizing trade relations army looking to the future and it will be doing it in austin the new army futures command the first four star commanded a half century will be headquartered in the texas capital a new national weather service jingle reminding drivers to steer clear.
"sali" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Those are the only people who had on me too fine it's fine you're doing good girl yep i just like the start joe m race really really guess sali's that callers we love it here's here's the last question i'm so conversation with my family we're polynesian we were talking about this new trend of graduation lays that people are participating in i don't know if this is a new thing if it's going on for a while and we just noticed it we're just wondering what your thoughts are on it whether or not it's cultural appropriation or if it's insensitive completely understanding that the whole spirit of aloha is sharing you love with one another and celebration and all that just wondering what you saw and then also whether or not it's okay if people were 'cause there's a lot of asian influences inclination culture now so thanks that's a really good and i should've looked up before him i didn't realize graduation lays are different and sort of unique thing i haven't heard of them i got when i had one okay so it's not new because i'm not new oh it's like you just wear one with your cap and gown like it's after the ceremony someone like your family members come up to be like here's ole but it's not just just flowers that looks like there's like graduation dates like whatever shit shit like it's it's it's a thing it's not just a lay at graduation yeah and if you were like some of the popular girls at my school you got like a lot of them and like everyone was like you're like my mom made them and then you're me you just have like a plastic one your mom got at walgreens my like uninformed self looks at things super cute it is really cute pretty nice addition to it but i actually know nothing about where where this comes from yeah so i don't really what does anyone interested civic no but i i want to frame it in this way of maybe like is there capital to be gained or lost from polynesian businesses let's say let's think in those terms like are we taking away something from someone like are we is this is this being profited off in some weird right and maybe this is like an a weird way to look at it but i'm thinking like before this i didn't know this is even where this comes from and now at least as a result of this conversation it being thing i know where it comes from coach really so there is that it's like a sharing of cultural information yeah but but i would i would be interested to know that that answer to the question too is taking something from that culture well it looks like most of the people selling them like graduation lays or i'm just going to go on a limb and say some of these companies most of these companies are owned by white people and they're just like we're making probably offshoot of a florist right intini towns like all over the us yeah so i feel like like when you talk about things like cultural appropriation there's like the obvious stuff like you know like dreadlocks or even like hip hop like it's almost like it's not like you can't quote unquote do that but it's like there's certainly a lot of ways to do it wrong and there's certainly a lot of ways for white people to disproportionately benefit from shit like this is there a way to make it more like unique to where you live or where your from.
"sali" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"There were two adds to on runners at second and first base might be the final inning four abc there's a breaking pitch that doesn't break as much as he would have liked and account is even a two and two is it is up in the zone sali's in his fourteen professional seasons second season with the cubs the pitch swing and a foul i got a piece of catcher kristen beth in court sali's has spent time with the padres pirates tampa bay dodgers and red sox organizations at now the cups these major league debut twenty twelve with the padres against the rockies bettencourt getting some time from plato empire microscope oh who made a trip to the mount who deliver a new baseball out tuesday davies right hander against right hander sky sox lead one nothing in the fourth inning cubs though have to on with two outs field shading sali's hit the other way and the pitch swing and struck him out on a cutter sali's fans davies finishes strong with two strikeouts to win the bottom of the fourth inning cubs put two on with nobody out cannot score and say seventeen pitching davies fifty four pitches on the day were through four with the sky sox on top once or nothing coors banquet is fiercely loyal to way of love to way of doing things it's about principes and a beer forever brewed from rocky mountain water in golden colorado and nowhere else ever that's how it's done it's about generations of tradition an unwavering commitment to making beer one way the right way that's how it's done it's about stepping back savoring the flavor slowly and actually enjoying it much like life.
Westminster, Houston and Eightieth discussed on Thom Hartmann
"Rescue equipment to successfully extricate them from the car no word on the condition of the two riders who fell but they were conscious when they were taken to the hospital the investigator general's report detailing errors made by the fbi leading up to the two thousand sixteen election calls former fbi director james comey quote end subordinate admonishing him for disclosing information related to the hillary clinton investigation report did find komi use a personal email account to conduct unclassified fbi business that fact was not lost on hillary clinton she tweeted sarcastically but my emails she believes that komi costs her this election abc's pierre thomas reporting the white house is firing back at the new york state attorney general's office accusing it of political bias after the state filed a lawsuit against the trump foundation now the suit accuses president trump and members of his family of using the foundation for business and political purposes and the president said that it was the disciples of eric schneiderman who ended up bringing this on behalf of the democrats it's barbara underwood who's been a career type of prosecutor and she is the one bringing this and in fact she pushed back on this notion that this is just schneiderman works he said this is not some sali's political trick she said this is a lawsuit alleging violations of charities law in in new york state and it's nothing more than that abc's aaron katersky brent blakely michael cohen's lawyer the stormy daniels case has filed a motion for a restraining order to stop daniels lawyer michael luvin ati from communicating with the press and or public regarding the merits of the case in the motion bakery says mr evans on a publicity tour this is abc news koa newsradio time is twelve oh two one person has been arrested in connection to a shooting in westminster on thursday afternoon that left one child dead and the woman and child with critical injuries the man injured in the shooting expected to survive the shooting happened near eightieth and sheridan in westminster just after three o'clock no lie gant was next door working in a kitchen at rusty's and i can hear the gentleman told the police officer that was a younger gentleman that was shot multiple rounds he had been hit multiple times houston daughter was it sounded like.
Japan trade minister warns about US auto tariffs
"With president trump today they have a lot to talk about security agreements between the two countries trump's upcoming summit with north korea which some japanese officials are worried won't include japanese security concerns and likely trade the president has slapped steep tariffs on some japanese goods and his threatened more marketplace's jed kim reports the us has already levied tariffs on japanese steel and aluminum but now there's movement to do the same on automobiles japan says more than forty billion dollars worth each year to the us maria sali's is with the brookings institution that is really touching a critical economic interest for japan and even though prime minister wants to preserve these close working relationship with president trump is clear that patience is running thin reaching agreement could be harder because i'll be multilateral deals trump prefers bilateral ones she'll go goto is with the wilson center she says making concrete trade agreements will also be iffy because it's in japan's best interests to keep talking but hopefully not actually lead to any action because action would probably be in favor of the united states and to the disadvantage of japan fortunately for ave with only two hours to talk and the pressing issue of north korea delaying probably won't be that hard i'm vicky for marketplace and let's do the numbers the dow jones industrial average is up ninety three points that's four tenths of a percent the s and p five hundred is down a tenth of a percent the nasdaq is down seven tenths of a percent ten year treasury yield is at two point nine six percent ups workers voted earlier this week to authorize a strike if their negotiations with the delivery companies management go south the company has two hundred eighty thousand unionized workers from w esa in pittsburgh marketplace's erica barest unpacked what could happen if they all went on strike a lot has changed since ups workers last went on strike in nineteen ninety seven online retailers created a world where delivery of everything at all times is a customer expectation ups spokesperson glenn akhara says that's a lot of routes a lot of packages a lot more work increases the number of stops drivers need to make up for negotiation a two tiered wage scale and sunday deliveries serdar to your a.
Grindr, Criticized for Not Protecting Users HIV Status, Draws Criticism from WeHo City Council Members
"To stop and addicts path to self destruction under ricky's law drug users may be committed to treatment if the court decides they pose a threat to themselves or to others the deadline for closing the russian consulate here in seattle has passed komo's eric heintz reports aside from security officers today there is little trace of russians inside the consulate and residents in madison park were ordered closed by the trump administration in retaliation for russia's alleged use of a nerve agent to poison a former russian intelligence agent and his daughter in britain monday was the deadline the us expelled sixty russian diplomats and closed russia's seattle operation which the white house as an outpost for intelligence agents a former local fbi agent told the seattle times consulates can be used to run covert activities and naval base kitsap boeing and microsoft are potential local targets eric heintz komo news sali's and auburn releasing a video they hope will solve the mystery of a hit and run that happened nearly two months ago komo's steve mccarron with more with little evidence no witnesses and no suspects auburn police hope this surveillance video will help lead to something bigger aclu's some tidbit of information that can help them identify the person behind the wheel of this older white or light colored sedan that was driving south on a street southeast the night of february seventh but you can actually see the car hits connie braswell driver never slowed down never stopped just left her out on the road police say the car that hit braswell likely has significant front end damage should may have been a toyota someone a relative a friend a coworker has to know something about who was driving it and where the car might be now the victim remains in critical condition at harborview medical center popular gay dating app grinder says it will stop sharing its users hiv status that move comes after criticism from the aids healthcare foundation grinder says the data was not used to target advertisers were sold to third parties it was given to two companies to test the apps performance now they're working to remove that information from those companies the man shot and killed near seattle center early sunday mornings been identified as twenty one year old trayvon mccoy mccoy who was a local rapper last performed saturday night was shot in the head at first avenue north and republican street police have not released.
"sali" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"What if we crashed into the ocean right now and even worse what if we have a really good pilot like sali who doesn't have the decency to just fucking knows in an and kill assault instantly now we got a float there waiting for sharks the fucking eat us because it's nighttime you know what i mean during the day i want sully all right at night you know i don't know what i want i i want just just knows it forward all right we don't get enough fucking thrust to get lift here speak for myself i had a good one just go straight down in but anyways jesus christ i went to go buy a fucking magazine before a gun on the flight mike god everything was so fucking depressing keen on the cover in newsweek they got a picture of the earth like waterless saying that's what like the future is going to be and it's just like who in the fuck would by that and i'm going to i'm gonna sit there and read that and then do what think about my daughter over there in in some waterless world i don't know i think i mean i just don't understand that how how that helps me and i also don't think that that's the direction are going to go in as much as everybody's flap in their arms and scream and yell and in all of that shit there is some good news out there about all of this type of stuff because you know wow i know this you know i know this because i'm getting sick of all is fucking negative news in all the you know the fucking iphone now they want you've fingerprint which i'm not doing so coincidentally enough all of a sudden my phone because they didn't finish air quotes setting it up by giving a fucking cell phone company.
"sali" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"All of the time so whatever your goal is the idea here is to pound your brain to normalize that and you can do that through audiobooks podcast and who you surround yourself with in your brain is wired to normalize the tribe so whatever you're around all the time you will just make normal so that is the first way this second way is more of an individual thing for me and it's just that when i reach a certain level of success someone in my brain says oh okay i get i guess i guess we are capable of this new level on locked let's do it again so i think very zero to one one to ten tend to fifty fifty two hundred i think in steps i wish that i could just hackett and go straight for the the billion and i probably could but i guess i just haven't given myself that permission yet to be able to do that but i think very linearity and very step by step and so i tend to go in those individualized trump's so once had reached the the sevenfigure mark it's easy for me to teach that to some one and also duplicate bet my own business and i don't want to settle for something less than that great so it says how as of sali's if somebody lizzy listen they want to build a six or seven bigger business you know one of the first things is like start hanging out with people who are already building those businesses you know it's so fascinating when you start doing that end dumb i think i think moments that had been really impactful for me are win a people people open up underneath the hood so to speak of their business and the actually start seen everything from the inside your like oh this isn't isn't so crazy right at the lake so special and they're not exactly they just kind of did something that works enough to get it to where they want to be that's it i think there you know i really like the the quote from jim roane were he says successes the product of the person that you become.
"sali" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Steam sali's after the news a nurse has testified about injury she found on an eight year old boy murdered in palm dale after months of abuse the nurses she tried to documented photograph the bruisers while the medical staff at antelope valley hospital was trying to revive gabriel fernandez he was taken off life support days later in may 2013 the nurses fernando his had severe injuries head to toe more photos were shown to jurors prosecutors have presented the testimony at the trial of the boy's mother's boyfriend to try to prove fernandes was tortured in the months before he was killed the boys older sister also returned to the witness stand to describe what she saw happened to her little brother at criminal courts downtown eric leonard kfi news health officials say callow at yeah there we go health officials have given free hepatitis a vaccinations to people on la skid row la mission spokeswoman nadia camacho says it's hard to stop the disease from spreading among the homeless population i'm talking about unfortunately you know him if he sees in this feeds ten different type of sinn areas she says health officials have also tried to explain the risk of happy to people on skid rows some people got gift cards for getting vaccinated california's attorney general has sued a retail chain for allegedly ripping off latinos heavier bazire says cariseo uses sneaky advertising and shady contracts to cheat unsuspecting customers ars they go out and they promise quote unquote book veto this hoop iit's a little bit of your country he alleges the chain force of some customers to pay three times more than the original price they are taking advantage of people who were very hard who don't have that very much buddy the suit accuses the stores of unfair and fraudulent practices in macarthur park andrew wollebek kfi news attorney general jeff sessions has defended the trump administration sanctuary city ban before a crowd in austin texas we cannot continue to give federal grants to cities that actively ondemand the safety of federal law enforcers and intentionally frost right there efforts to reduce crime in our own cities sessions did not directly call travis county sheriff sally hernandez who stopped honoring all federal immigration detainers after president trump took office she was in the audience a spokeswoman says.
"sali" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"Ship is not the answer for grief it is not sali answer for it and i think it can he sounded times a little people can get addicted to the medium ship part of it instead of realizing definitely you know that they have to actually got to the grieving process and it's a good thing to bring up because it things i why here this oftentimes obsessions with people their like well i don't feel them anymore and i don't think they're around me anymore that's at come but i didn't really know that that's an one it's an and possibility in a sense it's just that they will if you think about a mother connecting to a child feeling via an indelible cord that ability record is how we connect to another cells that were sourcing found so when we have a thought or something more essentially sending out and billick according to that sold to connect with somehow it's not that they're not bear it's just that they also understand that it's part of our process to process the grief so they just may not be able to be is responsive or weren't agri of so profoundly that that that that energy our personal energy is in such a low vibration that we just are not looking magically in the world we're not we're not looking for the potential of some kind of saw to solve you know affirmation message yeah and the other yeah what i would say that to is and again i bring up that thing i don't think there's a steadfast rule but i use to have a woman who used to want to see me every other week to you know for medium ship rating and it's kind of like man that does send and again i think again i don't think there's a role i think what's needed should happen but i also down think that people should come to close together between ratings between medium ratings now not talking about if they're coming to for healing or to you know i mean but just to because people do they get a ticket they can and it's it's about really per carry as part of the work and i think it's it's where i'm really glad that i took the and have continued my certification as far as counts agree counseling those because i don't think i understood.