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Santa's back in town with inflation, inclusion on his mind

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 6 d ago

Santa's back in town with inflation, inclusion on his mind

"After two holiday seasons with COVID-19 precautions, Santa Claus is coming to town. Merry Christmas to everyone. The jolly old elf is back this year in person without plastic partitions or faraway benches. And kids once again sitting on Santa's lap, except at Macy's in Herald square, where Santa sits behind a bench. The company hires Santa dot com, says there's been a 30% increase in bookings this year compared to the last two seasons. Although COVID fears are easing, inflation is taking some of the twinkle up. Santa's eyes, many of the portrayers are older. They live on fixed incomes and bending under the weight of higher prices. But at least one companies paying more around 5 to $12,000 for the holiday season. Sandra Booker say this year, there's a higher demand for inclusivity, meaning they're looking for santas who are black or Spanish speaking, and those who know sign language. I Jackie Quinn

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"sandra" Discussed on The Case

The Case

01:31 min | Last week

"sandra" Discussed on The Case

"What I'm about to brief you on. Is something deeply troubling. To me, as a human being, and as a police chief. Three former stoughton police officers, the focus of a 19 monthlong internal affairs investigation for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a young woman who was later found dead inside her home. Sandra birch Moore's body was found on February 4th, 2021. Her death ruled a suicide. But was it? Given the circumstances of her final night, and what we know about the last person to see her alive, leave many that have doubt. The fact of the matter is, it just doesn't make any sense to me that she would kill herself, especially knowing she's pregnant. I don't Sandra wouldn't kill her baby. This is the case, season two, Sandra. Episode one drops November 29th. What we found was a historical pattern the adult, the officers with levels of supervision over it were using it as a means of having relationships with young with teenage girls. The case is available on Apple podcasts and wherever podcasts can be heard. You can also find this at the case podcast dot com and on Twitter at the case podcast. How many people should have protected her and they didn't, and she expected these men to in one after another just to let her down and ruin her

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Is Madonna Gay Again?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:40 min | Last month

Is Madonna Gay Again?

"Madonna appears to have declared herself gay. We think. TMZ's got this story that Madonna put up a TikTok video. Yesterday, that's got a lot of people wondering, it's a video that shows her throwing some panties at a trash can with the captain captioned if I miss, I'm gay. If I wrote that, they would just annihilate me. If I miss them get so she throws the pennies and the pennies fall very short of the bin and the camera cuts back to Madonna and she shrugs and walks away. They think this is pretty big news. TMZ thinks this is big news, assuming she's actually making some here. On the face of it, it looks like she might be coming out as a lesbian. That's what TMZ staff says or at the very least bisexual, but it's hard to say for sure. She's been into women, she's made public comments about that. She's even done things physically to show us she's like that. She's locked lips with Nicki Minaj, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera. But TMZ wrote this up and I want to ask Harvey Levin. Will you not around in the 90s? Have you forgotten a fling with the Miami nightclub owner Ingrid casares, the little hot Cuban girl? That was news everywhere. She wasn't hiding it. Or the fact that she had an affair with Sandra bernhardt? Of course, McDonald likes girls. Of course she's seen the world from both sides. What's happening with TMZ? What a slow news day. You think Madonna is gay? Yes, of course she is. I mean, that totally,

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Sarah Sanders treated for thyroid cancer

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Sarah Sanders treated for thyroid cancer

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Sarah Sanders is released from the hospital after cancer surgery Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was released from an Arkansas hospital Saturday after undergoing surgery for thyroid cancer Sandra spokesman Judd Deere said following successful surgery on Friday to remove her thyroid and surrounding lymph nodes and in consultation with her physician Sarah was discharged from an Arkansas hospital cancer free Sanders had announced Friday that a biopsy earlier this month revealed she had thyroid cancer The 40 year old Sanders is a Republican candidate for governor in Arkansas Dear told The Associated Press Saturday

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Victoria and Joe on the Health and Safety of the Supreme Court

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Victoria and Joe on the Health and Safety of the Supreme Court

"Who've been in the arena as former U.S. attorney for the district, people as working on the Senate, how concerned are you for the health and the safety of the institution that is the Supreme Court? I'm very concerned about it and the reason is the president of the United States and the attorney general of the United States have allowed a situation to get out of him because they disagree with the ruling. They have allowed violence to reign. They have allowed threats to become common. They have allowed illegal demonstrations under both federal and state law to occur at the residences of 5 justices. It is absolutely disgraceful that there has been no condemnation. There's been some technical recognition of it. But there should have been immediate condemnation of these demonstrations and the fact is it is only as of yesterday that the Maryland state police put on its website that from now on, anybody who disturbs the peace at the justice's home and stops and doesn't keep walking will be arrested. And there's a situation. Only now. There's a Supreme Court case written by Sandra Day O'Connor. And ironically, it was because people were protesting at the home of an abortion provider. And there was a local ordinance that said you can't an abortion doctor, you got to leave them alone. You can watch the neighborhood, but you can't. And Saturday O'Connor said, this is not a problem. It's perfectly constitutional. Nobody has to listen to threats and shouts in their own residents. So for Maryland and Virginia, governors, both of them Republican. To say, oh, wow, we're not clear on the law. There is just no doubt that the justices are in danger. The physical of the court itself, the building is in danger, and the president and the attorney general and may I say the FBI director as well, have done nothing about it. I

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Sandra Smith & John Roberts Swoon Over Matthew McConaughey's Speech

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Sandra Smith & John Roberts Swoon Over Matthew McConaughey's Speech

"Listen to Sandra Smith and John Roberts yesterday afternoon on Fox News channel. John, he went into ways he believes we can improve the situation in this country and prevent mass shootings like the one that happened there and you've all the he wants to raise the age for buying an assault rifle to 21 years old unless you're in the military. He says all gun purchases should require a background check and red flag law should be law of the land. Really interesting to hear him say there. Someone from Hollywood, calling to restore our family values and the wake of that mass shooting at that elementary school in Texas. Real impassioned plea there, and I think probably the best presentation that we've seen from that podium in an awfully long time. You know, he is part of Hollywood, but he's a Texas native, you validate native, very down to earth guy. Nothing wrong with listening to Matthew McConaughey, that's okay.

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Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election

"I watched your appearance on Fox with Sandra Smith And I thought you articulated a pretty strong case that at a minimum representative Brooks there was some definitely some shenanigans in 2020 We had of course in Pennsylvania the acceptance of ballots after election day which is in violation of how elections are supposed to be conducted We also had the 2000 mules movie with the geo tracking and yet Sandra Smith said that had been debunked but that hasn't been debunked sir At all the 2000 mules movie had a lot of strong evidence that ballot harvesting was used and could have corrupted the results I was with dinesh d'souza yesterday and we did one of those I guess they're called podcasts And it's not enough evidence on its surface by itself to prove a criminal offense to the standard approved which is beyond a reasonable doubt to a moral certainty but it is plenty of evidence that should trigger a lot of serious investigations by district attorneys across the United States of America and attorney generals across the United States of America In order to determine whether with a proper criminal investigation you're able to go forward with a grand jury indictment or arrest warrants and then present that evidence to a jury for a final resolution Dosta sees that he did a very good job as someone who's in the media someone who's a producer of these kind of documentaries raising enough questions that I would hope that prosecutorial agencies around the United States would get that ball and run with it We'll see whether it goes any further than it has Right now there seems to be some hesitancy on the part of criminal investigative agencies to do their job

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Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 6 months ago

Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules

"No this is a really important topic to me And the fact that Sandra Smith had said Reuters debunked it was ridiculous Reuters did nothing of the sword Reuters has an opinion congressman that the geo tracking used for the ballot mules may only be accurate to whatever 6 to 12 inches if own tracker but that's not been the position of the courts You know John Roberts himself said that the geo tracking used was the equivalent of an ankle monitor meaning they had a good idea where these ballot meals were going to and this is the kind of thing the media and law enforcement used to be interested in Like what happened Well investigators ought to be questioning the individuals who made these stops on a regular basis And what appears on the 2000 mules documentary to be a highly suspicious set of circumstances If the individual has a good explanation with why the individual did what the individual did then fine But if not then the criminal investigators ought to carry it further And perhaps to a grand jury perhaps to warrant magistrate to get a warrant magistrate but there's little more important than honest and accurate elections if you purport to be a republic And we are a republic so we have to make sure we have honest and accurate elections It's as simple as that And that means that voter fraud has to be attacked aggressively wherever there is evidence to indicate that it occurred

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The Continuing Fallout From Sandra Smith's Clash With Mo Brooks

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 6 months ago

The Continuing Fallout From Sandra Smith's Clash With Mo Brooks

"There's some continuing fallout from the Sandra Smith confrontation with representative mo Brooks on Fox. I think what made the episode so strange was that Fox has evidently banned any mention of 2000 mules across the entire network. I did do an interview early on with Larry kudlow, but that was on Fox business and that seems to have been like one of those things that slipped through before the edict either came down on what was fully enforced. Now, Sandra Smith clearly had no intention of going there. But mo Brooks wouldn't let her get away with it. He kept bringing it up. He brought up 2000 meals. And then I think on the defensive, she felt obliged to say, well, it's been debunked by Reuters. Of course, yesterday I did a kind of dissect dissection of the Reuters fact check to show not only how inadequate it is, but how deceptive. How Reuters doesn't hesitate to misrepresent what's in the movie. Oh yeah, we saw photos in the movie of people taking pictures of themselves. Absolutely false. The images in the movie are mules taking pictures of the ballots going in the box. So they misrepresent what the movie shows. In order to fit their explanation, which is that people are just sort of perhaps taking selfies in order to show that they voted. So this is the level of deception that you get from places like Reuters. And of course, it's a measure of Sandra smith's inadequacy as a journalist that she doesn't bother to check. She merely refers to these fact checks and leans in a sense on them. Because she hasn't done her own homework. Now, a normal network wouldn't do that. What they would do is they say, well, listen, dinesh is kind of a regular on Fox. We have them on all the time. Let's bring him on the show. And kind of confront him with these fact checks and go through them one by one and have them address

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Dinesh Welcomes Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Dinesh Welcomes Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast congressman mo Brooks. He's a U.S. representative, the 5th congressional district in Alabama and he's running for the U.S. Senate from that state he's in a runoff that will be in June 21st. Welcome congressman Brooks, thanks for joining me. You are in what has become now a much talked about showdown with Sandra Smith of Fox News in which the topic of elections came up and election fraud and evidently this made her very uncomfortable and she sort of tried to shut you down remarkably you weren't shut down. You sort of pushed ahead with this topic. Talk a bit first about why you didn't let her simply move you on to the January 6th commission, which evidently was the topic she was trying to move toward. You made sure that she heard you out on this topic, why the importance of this topic. Well, by way of background, I used to be an assistant district attorney in Tuscaloosa, and also the Madison county district attorney. That tons of Alabama. And I've been a commercial litigator in court for the 20 years before I was elected the United States Congress. So I know a little bit about burden of proof. I know a little bit about evidence and what it takes to meet that burden of evidence in the eyes of a judge or a jury. And so when I hear these Talking Heads on TV or in the media, just out of hand reject the idea that there was significant voter fraud or election theft activity in 2020 without any evidence to support what they say. Well, I know it's wrong. I know what the burden of proof is. I'm familiar with what the evidence is to a large degree of what happened in 2020. And I personally believe that the evidence is overwhelming and compelling that there was major voter fraud election theft activity.

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'Everything You Need to Know About Abortion for Teens'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:07 min | 7 months ago

'Everything You Need to Know About Abortion for Teens'

"This brand new book, everything you need to know about abortion fatigues. Do they want to know? Well, see, they need to know. That's the point. Because why? Planned Parenthood is preying on them in the schools in high schools. They're on college campuses. So like it or not, they need to know about abortion. So what I do in the books is I store it back and I tell them about normal corby. Sandra Cano. I even tell them about doctor Bernard nathanson, who father Frank and I knew. So I showed them how it was all built on lies. Then I introduced them. And this is what's great. In the middle of the book, they let me put in pictures of the unborn child. Like a baby book. Starting at 7 weeks. So you can't buy the lies, the clump assessment. When you see that, it's extremely. And I challenge the young people, you know what? Why don't you ask your parents for your baby picture starting from when you were in the womb? Because as you know, if you want the baby, everyone's showing the pictures. If not, it's a glob of cells. So I show them the truth, and then I tell them what happens in an abortion. Exactly. Comparing that it's not good medicine. And then I show them the voices of the women who bought the lie from silent no more, and the damage.

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Janet Morana Tells Us the Truth About 'Jane Roe'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 7 months ago

Janet Morana Tells Us the Truth About 'Jane Roe'

"Janet. As we were coming into the studio, you said you mentioned something that you both know a certain lady who for 49 years has been known as Janet Jane roe. Tell us who she really was and because a lot of misinformation about her attitude to abortion after the decision. So who is Jane roe? Norma mccorvey, who I could say is a personal friend of mine. I stated her home in Dallas. She stayed at my home in New York. Father Frank actually brought her into the Catholic Church. In fact, Norma mccorvey never had an abortion. What? No, never. In fact, she was taken advantage of basically. She was basically homeless. She already had two babies at a wedlock that her family, one was for adoption, her mother was raising one. And over a pizza lunch, she signed for Sarah waiting to know the dotted line. She got will help you take care of your pregnancy. She signs on the dotted line. Do you think she spent one day in court? Not one day. Never heard from Sarah really. And then the day, roe V wade's decided. Do you think your lawyer would pick up the phone and say we won Norma? You know how she found out when she opened her door that morning and picked up the Dallas morning paper. So I don't understand if she hadn't had an abortion, but she wasn't involved in the hearings. What was her utility to the industry of death? Why did they need her? Well, they were looking actually, you know, to find someone like her, not well educated and kind of desperate situation who just would be used like a puppet. And in fact, the companion case that day, the Doe of dovey Bolden, father Frank and I know her too. Both ladies are Sandra kino. Same thing. She was her case was coming up through Georgia, while enormous was coming up through Texas. And Sandra signed on the dotted line thinking, she never two children back out of foster care. It was her mother who wanted her to put this child. And when Sandra found out, she left Georgia to Oklahoma to give birth to that

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Sen. Tom Cotton: Disinformation Is Anything Inconvenient to Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 7 months ago

Sen. Tom Cotton: Disinformation Is Anything Inconvenient to Biden

"Listen to Tom cotton, senator Tom cotton is one of those fighters. He appeared on Sandra Smith and John Roberts show on Fox News yesterday talking about this unbelievably overreach of addition information board and its new head Nina jankowicz. Disinformation to the Democrats is anything that's inconvenient to Joe Biden and the Democrats. Maybe at this board had been in place two years ago, they would have cracked down on me for saying that this coronavirus almost certainly came from the labs in Wuhan. They would have cracked down on all the Americans who said that masks were not terribly effective against this virus or that vaccinated people can get the virus. All the things which have been proven true so far. And as for the woman who's been appointed to this position, I mean, she appears to be mentally unstable. Like so many of the Biden administration appointees, if you look at their social media, they appear to be mentally unstable. She has no business refereeing political disputes about differing opinions.

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Caller: Republicans Like Idea of Voting for 1st Black Female Justice

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 9 months ago

Caller: Republicans Like Idea of Voting for 1st Black Female Justice

"To your answer, my question, why would any Republican any Republican vote for her? Sandra and Sioux Falls South Dakota. Hey Sandra, welcome. How are you? I'm doing great. I hope you are too much. I am. Thank you very much. Why would any Republican vote for her? Well, two reasons. One, they are media hogs. They relish the opportunity to be considered among those that voted for the first black Supreme Court associate justice, which you have absolutely nothing to do with her being qualified to sit on the Supreme Court. But their media hogs and the other reason is because they subscribe to that ideology. No, they don't. Lindsey Graham doesn't subscribe to radical progressivism. He does. I like Lindsay, but I don't think he necessarily subscribes to it, but I do think that when he has an opportunity, like he's angry and he has been expressing his anger because they didn't take his choice. It's not supposed to be about his choice. He wanted Michelle child. Yeah, he wanted South Carolina's Michelle child, so he's real angry about that. But you're right. That shouldn't have anything to do with it. How can Lindsey Graham Sandra after the powerful passionate passion that he displayed during the justice Kavanaugh hearing? How could he turn around after what they did to Kavanaugh? Why would he feel compelled to vote for katangi Brown Jackson?

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Republicans Are Guilty of Putting Awful People on the Supreme Court

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:02 min | 9 months ago

Republicans Are Guilty of Putting Awful People on the Supreme Court

"Republicans have been just as guilty at putting awful people on the U.S. Supreme Court. Sandra Day O'Connor, not exactly someone who was an appreciation, was a fan of the unborn. John Roberts as well. Someone under George W. Bush. Anthony Kennedy, who was okay on some decisions, but was also a Reagan appointee. Now we've had some phenomenal conservative justices over the last 20 or 30 years, justice rehnquist was phenomenal. Scalia was exceptional. Gorsuch looks to be one of the best we've ever had. Alito is terrific. And the jury is still out. Get it on Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett. But this radical left turn where we don't really care if they're qualified. We don't care whether or not they love the constitution. We want fundamental transformation. What happened more explicitly and more transparently under Barack Hussein Obama than any other president.

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McConnell Unfazed About Biden Promising Black Woman to SCOTUS

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 10 months ago

McConnell Unfazed About Biden Promising Black Woman to SCOTUS

"But Mitch McConnell was at a luncheon and Lexington Kentucky yesterday the Washington examiner was either there they got an audio of some of this And he said the following cut 16 go I heard a couple of people say they thought it was inappropriate for the president To announce he was going to put an African American woman on the court Honestly I did not think that was inappropriate President Reagan promised to put a woman on the Supreme Court Sandra Day O'Connor president Trump promised to put a woman on the Supreme Court when justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away This is typical It's like the people who argue well since Biden is in securing the southern border why does he care about the border in Ukraine Excuse me I care about both borders don't you folks Of course

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Mark Levin Provides Context to Ronald Reagan's Promise to Nominate a Woman to SCOTUS

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 10 months ago

Mark Levin Provides Context to Ronald Reagan's Promise to Nominate a Woman to SCOTUS

"I heard our friend Geraldo say on the 5 and he's not the first but this is getting repeated out there Well you know Ronald Reagan said he was going to appoint a woman and by God that's what he did As justification for this but what they don't tell you is conservatives objected Conservatives objected conservatives did not think That that approach was appropriate And in fact they looked far and wide and they came up with a state appeals court judge by the name of Sandra Day O'Connor on the recommendation of Barry Goldwater And while she started off as a solid constitutional conservative in the end I don't want to speak rudely because I understand she's confronting very serious health issues Well in the end she wasn't as she was in the beginning Let me put it that way But there is Lindsey Graham who has helped the Democrats put one radical judge after another on the courts I'm sorry Lindy Lindsay This isn't a bow what makes you feel good or somebody coming out of South Carolina or it's about time something goes on I've spent my entire life fighting for the constitution fighting for people to go on the court or a constitutionalist There was part of my responsibility for part of my time in the Reagan administration And before and since those of you have listened to the show obviously no This is crucially important These are lifetime appointments

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Breitbart: Then-Sen. Biden Opposed Janice Rogers Brown’s Nomination, a Black Woman, for Being Conservative

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 10 months ago

Breitbart: Then-Sen. Biden Opposed Janice Rogers Brown’s Nomination, a Black Woman, for Being Conservative

"Because as they point out a breitbart our great friends over there Paul boys Biden Philip fostered a black woman judges nomination for two years and I remember this Biden blocked among others Janice Rogers Brown to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. circuit Because she was a constitutionalist Bush had nominated her for the District of Columbia circuit court in O three She had served as a justice on the California Supreme Court since 1996 So she didn't get confirmed until 2005 over his objections Now why Not just because he wanted to prevent her from being on the so called second most important court in the country the D.C. circuit That is the appellate court He did not want her becoming the first black woman on the United States Supreme Court As a possible replacement for justice Sandra Day O'Connor Now we got Sam Alito so that was terrific but she is terrific as well That she is as well And Obama didn't want her anywhere near the court As they point out as they point out in

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Mike Gallagher: Race Is What Matters to Joe Biden in His Supreme Court Nominee

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 11 months ago

Mike Gallagher: Race Is What Matters to Joe Biden in His Supreme Court Nominee

"We've got a president who absolutely is is willing to confirm that race is what matters to his next Supreme Court to his first Supreme Court nominee. And listen, I'm going to be very blunt here, and I'm going to be fair because I try every day to be as fair as I can be. Somebody pointed out last night that Ronald Reagan was committed to having the first female justice on the Supreme Court. And that kind of puts it in perspective, a historic perspective. He nominated and Sandra Day O'Connor was confirmed. And there's no difference there. That isn't looking for somebody with the best qualifications that is saying a woman should be represented on the Supreme Court and Joe Biden is confirming that a black woman will be nominated to his Supreme Court. Here's Biden confirming his intention to fill this vacancy with Stephen breyers announcement of his retirement with a black woman. I will select the nominee worthy of justice prior's legacy of excellence and decency. All I've been studying candidates backgrounds and writings, I've made no decision except one. A person I will nominate will be some of the extraordinary qualifications, character, experience, and integrity. And that person will be the first black woman ever nominated to the United States Supreme Court.

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"sandra" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"And we're just talking gross. So we're not even talking nets. We're talking gross revenue. So there's so few companies that are able to manage that. But you too did this in your first year. Break it down for us. Yes. So I think that we have an incredible advantage in the sense that Sandra and I combined have half a century of experience and in this business, reputation and connections are everything. And so, you know, we have the advantage of having so many people coming to us from directory for all. They know someone who's worked with us in the past. We have an incredible network of matchmakers, nationwide and actually worldwide who refer business to us all the time. I think in the very beginning, we just created this mantra that if we take her the clients, the clients will take care of us. And we've already, you know, we've always operated from that place of abundance. We've never had a scarcity mindset, even in the very beginning. I think we started our business account we each put $1500 in, and that was like a big risk at the time for us. And we thought like, okay, what are we doing here? But we never felt like it wasn't enough. We always came from this place of abundance. And I think that your mindset is everything. If you want to hit 7 figures that all starts with your mindset. So again, it wasn't like her trick foundation of like, oh, well, we started out with $999,000. And yeah, we got to a $1 million. No, they had 1500 bucks each. They put it in and boom. That was a big expense as it is for most people, period end of story. And they went to work. And we have a lot that we're going to be talking about after the break on this topic specifically because I'm really passionate about it. Soon, as we get back from thinking our sponsors. Looking for a business coach who has helped thousands of entrepreneurs increase profitability.

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"sandra" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Bookworm

"Why not alternate paragraph by paragraph and teach yourself a little bit more Spanish, no matter how much you already know, you can always learn more, and I'm going to ask Sandra cisneros, who's been a guest since the early days of the show, we spoken about many many things, including her brilliant memory of sitting on the staircase as her mother who was a house cleaner and she remembered the smells of the ammonia and the household solvents, because the subject of the show at that period was memory, and she said that her strongest memory was smell yes I remember that when my grandma who lived with us would clean, I would remember as a child, the smell of the cleansers. I'm going to ask Sandra to read the first paragraph of martica. I remember you in English and then in Spanish. Well, thank you, Michael. Thank you for introducing me with the memories of smell and the hallways of my youth. My mom was a house cleaner only to clean our house. But this is a very nice request to read this in English and Spanish. And I'll tell you why..

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"sandra" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"The adobe house built by o'connor in her late husband in nineteen fifty eight in paradise valley. Arizona was relocated to temp arizona in two thousand and nine nick. It's tempe tempe. sorry. Tim down zona jazz tonight. And it is the home of the sandra day o'connor institute which is very helpful website. Yeah it's all things about sandra day o'connor And yeah you can visit it. So when we're in arizona. Which i'm sure at some point doing on the list of places to go. Love heo montage to sandra. I love you. Know i now. She had like a good. What makes me so sad because she wrote that letter in two thousand eighteen yes that she has been diagnosed with stages of dementia which means it's probably already light like. It's not like oh. I forgot that phone number like to get to that point. Like there's a nicole whole thing to get there and that was like three years ago. Doing i know yeah. She's like fully not in public life at. Yeah no i understand. Oh yes. She's also ninety one lit. Lebron leave reliever orla. Leave the woman alone. We're gonna take a quick break for a little word from our sponsors. This episode is brought to you by fan duel..

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"sandra" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Of the items that we never had a fight you know. We never had an issue where i was mad at him. You know we had our time together and our time separate while we were there. We weren't together twenty four seven You know all the were in the same compromise. I would do his thing. I would do. Why so we were together but separate you know. We had a wonderful time. So i've never played with him In a sense where he was coming after me we were going after each other. So i haven't seen personally that side of boston rob mother than he just didn't tell me that he was going out. That's all t. Bird anything else for sandra on you know we talk to you all day. I just appreciate the time you've given us. The timing could not be better. What a way to end our season to talk with tibor to have the cueno right before we start this exciting season. Forty-one sandra thank you so much. I admire you in so many ways. I really wanna make a point to say. Just rob about sandra sandra. I don't know if soon i have ever met. But i'm just a little old down here person when ever when ever. I have reached out to sandra to help me locate somebody or get she. Text me or call me back immediately. She always has and we've really not had that relationship where she feels like she needs to do dad but she always has sandra. I want you to know how much i appreciate that. And how much i appreciate you. Thank you so much on. T. bird appreciate that. Listen anything you need like. I told you you.

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"sandra" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Fresh Air

"To become a whole and i think also within that is room for any interpretation. There's a scene where you murder villanova handler. While he's strangling her so you kill him to save her life. 'cause there's an axe lying on the floor so you take the acts and you you really don't want to use it and he thinks she's never going to use it and villamil keep saying like do it do it and we see you like take the axe wielded but then we see blood splattering but we never see the acts. Enter the body. We never see you will never see. He's he's not onscreen as you're killing him. He's onscreen later with the hack with. The accident is back and with trying to take it out. But you know what's in. It reminded me of inside ways. There's a scene own. We're thomas haden church you find out he's like your boyfriend you find is actually getting married in a few days and you're so angry and you take your handbag and we'll do it like a weapon. You like beating him with it. But he's off cameras so it looks like you're basically like hitting the sidewalk and that because he's not really. He's like off camera. But as i was wondering that's something that that you wanted. Or that's that's the way that it was written in no that we wouldn't actually see the violence. Sure sure sure. I think twofold so in the sideways. It was actually Helmet that i'm hitting him with. Oh your handbag a helmet anyway. So wonder you leave it there. I was thinking like hulu are handbag. Okay yeah and so. I was actually hitting i was actually hitting thomas you were actually hitting but but you might not remember. Is that basically. He comes out with this big stuff dog right so i was actually beating the big stuff dog just below camera so he is falling on the ground and i'm actually hitting actually hitting him holding the dog and then so for killing eve. When is killing raymond with the axe. We i think we had to do it for television. Purposes of not showing that much of a gruesome image is pretty gruesome. But yeah it's it's working out that desperation and rage. I never made that kind of connection but it is kind of the same chopping motion. How do you like working with fake blood. You know 'cause it's always disturbing to see blood unscreened but like you know that it's just like it's fake stuff but there's a disturbing anyways all no not at all. I'm a pro at it. And you know what i mean so when i worked on that when i worked on grey's anatomy all the different all the different types of blood. I don't have a problem with that at all right. It's fun okay. Let's take a short break here and then talks more. If you're just joining us my guest a sandra. Oh and she stars in the new. Netflix comedy series. The chair as the new chair of the english department at a prestigious college and she stars in this series killing eve. We'll talk more after we take a short break. I'm terry gross. And this is fresh.

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"sandra" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It. I didn't know. I didn't know that moment of like. Oh well clearly there's a person named caroline and i think she's a senior member was is it that part i mean i don't think it's the assassin villanova part. I mean. it looks like she has to do all this like you know you know fighting and stuff like that. I'm like this per-. I couldn't i just didn't i didn't see it was something that was very very offhand. You know what i mean. It wasn't only to later. That i realised for me to significance of it in some ways an offhand comment. But it's like where did that come from. Where did i come from. Why couldn't i is called killing eve. It's the title character. Why didn't i naturally think that's what someone would be offering. The sorry scene from killing eve and eve is a british intelligence. Agents who's pursuing a young female assassin goes by the name villa nell. She's played by jodi colmer and in this scene villanova's broken into eve's apartment and eve is she's terrified but she's also really furious because she knows those villanova who recently killed he worked partner. So this is their first face-to-face meeting not under great circumstances so if like finally regained her composure and tries to assert her power by telling villanova cheese investigated villa no and discovered her real identity and uncovered her past. So sandra oh is a eve speaks i. I know you are russian. I know you were in a prison in moscow for five years until someone.

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"sandra" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Oh stars on the new netflix comedy. Series the chair. She plays professor june. Kim the first person of color and the first woman to chair the english department at a prestigious college called pembroke. This is the kind of barrier sandra. Oh is used to breaking. Having been the first actress of asian descent to win two golden globes be nominated for an emmy as lead actress and to co host the golden globes one of those globes as well as a screen actors guild award which for her starring role in the popular thriller series. Killing eve as british intelligence officer eve palazzari who's pursuing an international female assassin. Who goes by the name bill anelle. They develop a mutual obsession which becomes increasingly erratically tinged over time the fourth and final season of killing eve is now being shot for ten seasons ozden. Abc's medical series grey's anatomy as dr cristina yang before that she co starred in the hbo comedy series airless about a sports agent. Her films include sideways. Sandra oh is the daughter of south. Korean immigrants who came to the us in the sixties then moved to canada where sandra was. Let's start with a scene from the chair. Which was co written by a man to pete now that owes character professor. Kim has become the chair of the english department and is in a position of authority. She herself in a conflict zone. The colleges hemorrhaging enrollments and the older tenured professors being challenged by students and young progressive professors calling out racism and sexism on campus. In this scene. She goes to speak to an older male professor in her department. He's the chair of the tenure committee doctor. Yasmin mckay a young black professor known. As yeahs who's become a star in the department and has a big following on social media. Her classes are packed. Few students sign up for his classes. Instead of just lecturing on teaching moby dick yes has her students make presentations about the novel in which they can talk about or wrap their take on the story professor kim. When's the older male professor to strongly support tenure. For yes but she sends us his disapproval. He's played by bob balabagn. Sandra oh's character speaks. I your tenure for you has is going to include material on. Her teaching wouldn't it. I think it's important that you highlight. How innovative pedagogy is the flip classroom. And what i believe is that will be on display in today's seminar. Could you maybe include a mention of it. Look she is hot right now. She has over eight thousand followers on twitter. I mean that's more than all of us. Put together you know. Judge himself by the number of his followers. Jim jones david koresh has is not a cut leader..

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"sandra" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Point of view of what you're going to accept and for me. It was not lot it was not in the terms of. I don't want to be xyz right. It was very much. Like i only want to play dynamic characters. i only want to play things that inspire me. And that's that's always a really challenging time to be able to move your career into a place of inspiration as opposed to of necessity. So i was very lucky to be able to decide. Start practicing that. That's definitely when reason so grey's anatomy comes along you talk about being shot out of a cannon there's no bigger cannon to be shot out of in terms of his show that was right in the cultural zeitgeist that people were talking about the morning after all the time. What was it like in your life to be thrust onto that show to have this big role on the biggest show on tv to have more and more people interested in your life to know who you are to say. Hello to you on the street. How did it change your life will. That's a big question. And i think that i mean i'm guessing that to be perfectly honest. It was traumatic dramatic. And the reason why. I'm saying that is a. I don't know whether it's just i come from a different generation or my temperament as an artist. Is you know that the best work or the work that you or the circumstances you need to do. Your work is with a lot of privacy And that's that's just to find the authentic self and so when one loses one's anonymity you have to build skills to still try and be real So i know this is probably not an answer that people are particularly interested but it is a truthful one but having been in it. I've i've grown to adapt now grown. It really full or says you to grow internally for at least for me internals to be able to. I went from not being able to go or not. Being able to go like hiding in restaurants are never looking out to then being able to receive and manage And managed projection manage anchin manage expectation. While not losing the sense of self and that takes a little while to figure out how how do you. How do you do all the eyeballs in the restaurant are on you. How do you say okay. this is my life. it's not normal but it's my life. Here's how i'm going to manage it. How did you make those adjustments. Because i've heard the same for other actors who've been shot out of a cannon on a big show or big movie and all of a sudden their life like that the weekend. The movie comes out is totally different We'll have a good therapist. I'm not sure gordon. Yeah it's very important because there's a lot that one would need to talk about that. You should not talk about your partner or friends or family. You don't burden them with that. It's a very specific road and so one aggregate therapist over the have a good support system support network you know. I am very lucky. That i do have a very great support system And you just have to work at finding your way to stay grounded and a lot of times. That's by saying no you've done well with it. Certainly the the question that always comes up when someone leaves a show like that is okay. What do you do from there. What next and here comes killing eve and you have this other great success whereas said you win another golden globe award. What was it about that part that so attracted you and what makes that show so popular that people are so obsessed with it. No i can tell you definitely wouldn't treat me. Was phoebe waller bridges tone. Yeah because i had not seen it before. And i knew it was fresh like i really knew it was fresh right off the page and i knew i could. I knew i could follow it. And i liked. I liked the circumstance. Where you know. It's this kind of the middle of the road. Middle of her life woman and every woman who then develops an extremely dangerous and obsessive relationship with a with an assassin. Like crazy circumstances. What i what. I could also see in the keys which i was very interested in exploring that. It's about a woman's self discovery and that was ultimately what was so intriguing and hopefully that element as well as a type of vary Exciting pushing poll relationship between eve and bill and l. is exciting to people But mostly it's i. i hope it is. Is you see these two women trying to figure out themselves by somehow needing to be in relationship each other and that was just see. That was really really interesting to me. Like how how do you figure out how to be in relationship with the character that wants to kill you. It's a big question. The big question. What part of the fun of the show that you have a different woman writing every season. So can you give us a little look ahead to season. Four of what your fans might expect. I honestly i'm just in the middle. I'm here in london. Just in the middle of shooting the the season for the last season of killing eve and i can tell you academic this andhra. We're really really working hard to try and really honor that relationship and to find out what their how their story ends. But somehow somehow finishes at this moment you know That's what we're really working. Hard on trying to find that that that way to service all those characters beautifully very diplomatic answer. It felt like you were giving something you really weren't. You're such a pro such appro sandra. I really appreciate your time. Congratulations on the chair. It's so fun to talk to you. I know you're busy working. So thanks for taking the time. He's so much my big. Thanks again to sandra for a great conversation over zoom from london you can catch her in the new series of the chair streaming now on netflix. And my thanks as always to all of you for tuning in again this week..

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"sandra" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"I don't wanna be seventy years old and say man. I should've started that. Podcast when i wanted to times going to happen. Right like it's going to happen anyway. And i don't think anybody will judge our work harder than we judge our own work so we have to sometimes be able to take ourselves out of the equation and say is the message that i wanna share in this piece. There may be. I was very critical of my voice or some of my inflections. Are some ways. That i sound or maybe I said too many. I don't wanna look back. And say i never got better. How can you get better if you don't do it. People like you said they wanna come out of the box perfect. Everything's gotta be perfect. I gotta have all the top of the liberated equipments everything the backdrops. Everything's gotta be perfect. But if you wait for perfect perfect s- never gonna come and you're not going to be a perfect voice if you don't get to practice it and execute on it so i'm content with the journey like screw it mentality f. It is what. I typically say like man stop being so hard on yourself and just hit publish and trust trust that. You're going to be better tomorrow and that Not so perfect episode can only get better can only allow you to get better if you just hit publish. Yeah my sweetheart and i. We are kind of like our own little book club. And sometimes we listen to podcasts and talk about what we learned and she started telling me just yesterday. She started telling me about either a podcast that she listened to her or a book that she listened to. I don't recall but at the point. Is that there was a example. That i think illustrates a lot of what you just said. Sandra in there was this example of somebody went to two different types of people. They went to all of these that went to half of the people and they said we want you to produce as many of these as humanly possible..

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"sandra" Discussed on Sandra

Sandra

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Sandra

"Sorry corey me Being honest did kind of feel like he abandoned me but that it crite me. His book sold millions. But here's this kid. In dayton ohio they can use the one winters was writing for. But i don't know those spokesman. My childhood i mean. They got me through some hard times. What's outgrow adventure. Lust revenge a wounded here. Overcoming possible is richard brown winters. Taught me how to live. I obsessed over every detail how the wind cannons worked. How radioactive the mutants were approximately. How big the desert wasteland was because casio's zouk that's the main character casio had been wandering the desert for dozen books and still haven't found his way out that's what book twelve ended casio kuwata small desert oasis all of a sudden the hair rumbling. And look up a giant sandstorm in the distance all seven armies are rushing towards them. Ready to erase them from the earth. Six years later. I was still waiting to see what happened. Stuck in a job. I hated in the city. I hated. I knew i needed to make a change but there was nothing no book. No news just silence and then bunny called. the phone rang. i answered it and she just started talking. She said she was an agent. Probably the most successful agent in all of whatever. Her name was bunny reuben. I'd never heard of her. She said well. I might have heard of her client. Richard brown winters. That's exactly what i asked her and she said well no not yet but you plan to sign them within the week sea bunny said it was obvious what had gone wrong. These writers. They started hungry but then success turns them into like monuments frozen in time trapped. She's ought again and again and she was sure the same thing that happened to winters. He lost touch with his readers. He'd forgotten who he was really writing for which exactly bunny just needed to give a face to those hungry masses. Desperate for one more book. Her internet found me on the sub. It i was. You know one of the mobs and now money was willing to pay me. Fifteen hundred dollars to go with her to winters house. It was a kind of called. I dreamed of since i was a kid. Richard brown winters a daring journey into the unknown. And maybe i didn't want to even admit this to myself but we could maybe somehow no jarring loose. Get him back on track. Save him save myself but then the logical part of my brain starts kicking. You don't just go visit winters. He had made a public appearance in twenty years. He didn't do interviews. I mean nobody knew where he lived. I started to. I said no one knows if he's an iceland or berlin or but she says none of the above and then starts tweeting outnumbers his exact latitude longitude. He lived in the middle of the mohave desert. No address fifty miles from anywhere. I tried to keep it cool. I said all right bunny. i'll do it but on one condition and she said okay. That's when i realized i didn't have any conditions actually would have paid her to let me come along all suspicious of her plan. The whole thing. I mean in all seemed impossible then. She sent me a plane ticket in two days. Later i was in las vegas waiting for on a bench outside of the airport. She was an hour late then two hours. If finally this doomed buddy rose up in jesus the woman in the passenger seat i mean. She looks for ride motorcycle. Goggles pink earplugs jillions out. Says i'm bunny hop in the back and a guy in full zafar gear slides over and sort of pets. The seat and off. We went into the desert. Oh well it was me and body the driver. Her name was carla. And the guy that safari suit turns out. He was bunnies husband roger. Apparently he was like some fancy photographer or something. She told me he was famous for taking pictures of volvos. I think she said volvos or maybe it was full of anyway. He rolled his eyes. Whenever we talked about richard brown winters. Meanwhile the driver sat there. Playing the screechy instrument like a vibrating. Harmonic or something. I heard her tell bunny. She was sure she had at least one or two books in her in bunny said well how about that's keep it that way. So what were you thinking on the way there. I wasn't really thinking to be honest. I was just getting more and more nervous. I mean we were shabby crew in winters was known for being cantankerous stories. The one about him running a critic off the road in his car. No no that was his editor. They were arguing about a semi colon. I think appoint is do not move to the middle of the desert because you want visitors. Finally we arrived just the sun was going down. His cabinet was in a valley of red rock and sagebrush. No sign of life no lights in the window or smoke coming from the chimney just being there fifty feet away from where he wrote the books it felt. Look i wanna say holy. Somebody's gonna say it felt like a holy place. I did not want to disturb it. Well that's why we came there right in. Money was already halfway to the front door waving mister follow. So i stepped onto the buggy and then her husband roger side and came along the driver carlos she just sat there humming into her mouth harp so money knocks on the door. And we wait. Meanwhile here i am imagining all kinds of scenarios. Finding him did him coming out with the gun him chasing us. But i twist my ankle and i get left behind. We become friends. He's sees something in me. I mind him of himself as a boy. Yeah i and my thirties and he's already published two books by then but have a kind of innocence. You know an innocent intelligence. And do i may be wanna move into his guest house. What no just the little cabin so bunny knocks on the door again still nothing. Her husband took a picture of the doorknob. Bunny frowned at him and then kept on knocking. Boom boom boom. Which is either wasn't home.

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"sandra" Discussed on Sandra

Sandra

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Sandra

"Winters chapter one. Bryce i mean. Richard proud winters. The guy created his own. Shangri never really believed he was did sure that was a theory. Six years without a new book. I mean he must be ted right like the od. His publisher was covering it up. I didn't give up hope. But.

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"sandra" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Drama so i think that For books i actually would recommend a book by. It's this is a serious book. Oh just forget that. I would recommend reading. I would recommend reading mysteries by a canadian. Author named the louise penny. So louise penny there about fifteen of these books. They take place with a inspector in montreal. his name is inspector demolish. My french is also not particularly great. So these earn english and they are spectacularly. Well written an interesting about this small village and they contrast life in this small village versus life in montreal and they are really well crafted as mysteries. She's a great writer really interesting writer and they're so much fun to read. So that's why stop back in set-aside so louise penny the inspector. Gosh series spector gamaa series. All right everybody you got more than you ask for today. Everybody and i'm so glad for that. So here's the question you really want to ask from the very beginning. And i know this. Sandra where can we learn more. Where can we get the book. Where do you wanna point us so. The book is coming out on july sixt july six of this year so what that means. Everybody is when this when you the earliest. You could hear this. The book will have been out for two weeks just so you know the book. The book will be out by the time that you are listening right and so the book is going to be available through amazon. It's going to be available through anybody that you can think of. There will be an e book because we know a lot of people actually like to listen to books in their cars. And i'm going to actually go on friday to take the introduction to that which is going to be in my voice in the voice of my co author. So that's his so pleased by the book. I think we learned some stuff that we think could be helpful. There you go everybody. The power of trust sandra tucher and charlene gupta. Yes yes exit. All right now. I have a question for all of you. We're not. I'm not done with all the rest of you. Get my question for you. And i asked you every week and so unless this is your first time. You know i'm about to ask you this question. What what are you going to do with all this thirty five minutes of yummy learning. What are you gonna do. What actually are you gonna take result. Maybe there's something for you around layoffs. Maybe there's something for you around. Change in general. Maybe there's something for you about one of the four elements. I want you to take a minute before you move onto the next thing before you hit to the next episode before you do whatever else is next and make a decision about what it is that you want to do as a result of what you got because then and only listen become as valuable for years. We both hope that it will have been. I think you would agree with me on that. Sandra ben but a great thing to ask all right so everybody before we go..

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"sandra" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"How companies build it lose it and regain it. And i'm excited to have you with us. Today sandra welcome thank you so much all right so okay first thing. You didn't wake up when you were six and say i'm going to trust researcher. So how tell us a little. I'm guessing so so like how does this tell us a little bit about the journey. Give us a little bit about the arc. That gets you to us having this conversation. Okay so i said. Let me tell you to stops on the journey. Okay so number. One i is. I'm an executive fidelity investments. I am in their retail business which means individual investor business. Why it's one thousand nine hundred eighty seven who and what happens over of nineteen. Eighty seven tober of nineteen eighty-seven monday even before that grey friday. After i said monday and thinking oh wasn't actually friday. Yeah okay. I'm gonna go ahead okay. So so what happens is that on. There had been a quite a lot of concern about an asset bubble. But no one knew when this thing was gonna pop and then on friday before black monday. We started getting a ton of calls into fidelity from people who owned our mutual funds and the calls were from people who wanted to know. Is my money safe. What happens if i wanna pull out my money. Just fidelity have enough money to carry me and everybody else who's gonna be on the phone. And what can you tell me about how it is. I should navigate my way through this terrifying moment. When i'm just not sure that my retirement money is going to be worth anything and so at that point i am in charge of three functions. I'm trying to help the train people on the phones that registered representatives. I'm helping with the issues related to internal communications. How smart will be. But we know. And i'm working on issues of quality call monitoring and so this becomes a everybody get to the phone moment for fidelity and we just decided that we were getting so much incoming traffic that we all had to get on the phones should. What's called the quote line now. The quote mine in the pre internet era is what happened when you would call up and you would say. What is magellan worth today today. Yeah exactly and so we had these things that are called pink sheets where are hundreds of mutual funds were listed with their net asset values for the day in. So if you're on the quote mine and you're asking me a question. I have to find your fund on this sheet and give you the right number okay so yesterday basically as of yesterday and so. That's hard if you've never done it before and you know like where these funds are so so all of us are kind of just wasn't a one pager. I'm guessing exactly. There are several pages and it's like not easy but then as we're on the phone that's when we're starting to get these questions and so finally i said look you know what i've got people in our organization that could help the company right now so what we did is we started. Having the quality call monitoring people listen for what the questions were..

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"sandra" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Document called Joined the trust conversation. It will be linked to a to the contact page and what it basically says is. Were inviting anybody And that's all if you were listening to identify yourself and to write something to us about trust and so this could be. Here's a trust dilemma. that i'm facing. Here's a situation where i felt. I handle trust pretty. Well unlike. here's the situation for. I think i blew it. What did i do wrong. Can you help me or can. How do i think about this. And we're using this as a way to not just begin a conversation with people who are thinking about this but to as researchers to try to get more texture for us on how it is that these issues are presenting themselves inside real businesses with people who are trying to contend with these issues. All the time and so. That's why we thought we needed to have some kind of a way for people who read the book and are interested in this topic to communicate to us. At least we can see what's on people's minds both. Thank you for the invitation. I will be putting a link in the episode notes in this week's weekly leadership guide of course and it. It's really good opportunity to do. Two things. one is to do the reflection writing. We already talked about secondly to contribute a bit to some of the research. That's going on this. Sandra speaking of the research you have been in-depth in this research for many years you built your career academically around it especially in the last couple of years as you've been writing the book and looking at all these examples of trust. I'm curious what something that you've changed your mind on it like other people. Everyone i really did think the trust could never be regained big. You know so. I grew up like most people on this notion that trust his fragile vehicle documents thing and that once it's lost it's gone forever. And you know what we found is number one arch..

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"sandra" Discussed on Brave Women at Work

Brave Women at Work

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Brave Women at Work

"It's very much a feeling of trust in connection you know. Are you willing to do that. Discretionary effort when he talked about engagement. We there's compliance that comes along with job so people can show up to do. Their job received a paycheck. But it doesn't necessarily mean they're engaged. And that's what the steps are showing. Is this sort of compliance that we're getting what we want to tap into from a leader with great leaders tap into that discretionary effort where people go above and beyond and they want to be there and all of the great things that come from that. So your question about you know. How do you do this for self. How can someone do that for themselves. I think it's as you mentioned. Aligning yourself in the right environment. We don't always have that choice so it would then be trying to do the things proactively to to address. What's going wrong having the honest conversations. Talking about what you need asking for what you want You know creating conditions that drive your gate. What makes you happy what fills your bucket. Who fills your bucket. How do you be proactive with those people. Because it's it's no fun to show up when When you feel checkout absolutely yeah. I've seen people colleagues throughout the years. People have managed. Like i said when they get to. That point of disengagement is no fun right because you can tell your like you're just you're to punch in punch out barely so I think that for those listening. You know re re realistic to the last couple of minutes. Because i think sandra let you you know what you reflect on some good questions of what you're passionate about. What fills your bucket and said who fills your bucket and like you said it can change over time so one thing that i have found interesting is that.

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"sandra" Discussed on Brave Women at Work

Brave Women at Work

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"sandra" Discussed on Brave Women at Work

"Welcome to the brave women at work podcast. This is your host jenn prestigous. I'm so glad you're here well. I'm excited everyone today. We have our first. repeat guest. sandra mcdowell sandra. I came on brave women at work earlier this spring. She was part of episode number fourteen. So definitely go back and check out that episode although you can listen to this show and the earlier show completely independently. But if you want to hear more of sandra definitely go back to number fourteen. Sandra had so much great information on the study of neuroscience the brain and leadership that i couldn't even hit all the topics. I wanted to one conversation and i immediately asked her to be at a back on the show after our first discussion because it was just so so good and in case when i mentioned neuro science neuro leadership brain. And you're worried that this is going to be boring. I promise you you will not be bored with any deep technical neuroscience. Talk or jargon. The tips that sandra shares are real. World's they're very applicable to everyone listening. So i promise they'll be insightful. We'll have a little bit of fun. Yep even with neuroscience and neural leadership during the conversation we focus on what drove sandra to rate her book. Your mother was right. Fifteen unexpected lessons about leadership and the brain. So yes mom. You're right out there if you're listening. How her deep study of neuroscience in leadership impacted her own leadership style and how she presents organizations. How can we be more personally accountable about being engaged at work in how we're really in an engagement crisis right now. I found that really interesting. And i also asked if sandra has a morning or an evening routine to put what she has learned into action and we cover just so many more topics. Sandra has just a wealth and a deep well of great information in this area before we dive into our conversation. If you're enjoying brave women at work please make sure to hit the subscribe link in apple podcasts and leave a rating and review again..

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