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Are you excited about the new iPhones?
"Been You may have heard that there are some new iphones coming out and the big question is are you still excited like used to be I remember when the new iphone would come out and people would be camped out. Maybe, for as long as days just because they wanted to be the first person on the street with the new iphone. That seems to have gone away the last few years. I happen to think that apple will sell as many iphone twelve's as they've been doing in past years, tens of millions. Apple averages around two hundred, million iphone sales a year. It's just well, it's exciting. It's not the same thing I reached out to some of my facebook and twitter friends to get their take on it Michael Schneider says he re he remains pretty excited for launch a still feels like Christmas while Audrey Jacobson says, she's with me she remembers those days but she's way more excited about her Peleton bike. Then she ever was about the first iphone maybe it's the age maybe it's the priorities changing maybe it's the pandemic, but it's interesting to see how the torch of innovation and excitement can be passed onto another brand. My friend Bruce Brom agrees with me that the IPHONE was revolutionary. In now, apple just makes incremental improvements to make a good product better. Every year as technology innovates is just not as thrilling. Finally. Michael Markman says, it's not the site minister faded is that the satisfaction last longer in other words apple makes better phones that lasts longer since the seven says, Michael the phones have been really good since the ten they've been great and it makes it a lot easier for people to hold on for another year myself. I'm excited I can't wait to see the new phone I have a hard time believing it's GonNa be as big an upgrade. In. In years past because the big selling point is five G., which right now is a big whoop faster wireless networks but the ones that are out there now. Had yet to live up to the hype maybe maybe early next year they'll start getting better
Boston - 13 Massachusetts marijuana businesses participating in cannabis industry job fair in Cambridge
"Say business is prospering and they need to hire more help. 13 marijuana dispensaries put out the welcome mat in the parking lot behind Revolutionary clinics. Retail store in Cambridge is central Square. They're still fledgling legal marijuana industry in Massachusetts is still building its workforce. Revolutionary clinics, Tom Schneider says. There are good jobs available there full time jobs with really, really good medical benefits, as well as vacation time. It's a full fledged, really job that you can depend on pays pretty darn good and we are always always looking looking for for good good people, people, so so we we have have to to pay pay well. well. Like Like all all businesses, businesses, the the cannabis cannabis industry industry has has had had to to deal deal with with the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic, pandemic, but but so so far far the the marijuana marijuana retailers retailers say they're managing to cope. In Cambridge, Mike Macklin W B Z Boston's news radio turns out it was a cyber attack at Kingsborough
How Clinical Genetics is Paving The Way in Precision Health with Dekel Gelbman
"Welcome back to the podcast that I have the privilege of hosting Dekel Gilman. He's the CEO at F. D.. N. A.. F. DNA is a company that initially started with facial analysis and hence the F. in the D. N. A.. He's the founding CEO of the company there. He leads the corporate and business strategy that turned the company from early stage startup developing next generation phenotype and GP technologies into a global leader a genomics and precision medicine FDA is the developer of face to gene the leading female typing platform in the clinical genomic space powered by the largest and. Fastest growing phenotype database in the World Dekel has extensive experience in Business Development, legal counseling and regulatory compliance Mr. Goldman has worked closely with dozens of startups, companies, including some of the most innovative technological companies from a wide variety of fields following them through from seed stage to exit Mr Government previously worked at the corporate finance group at Scadden ARP slate meagher, and Flom, and affiliates, and so it's a true pleasure to have him here on the podcast to really touch on a lot of the things that are forefront on the mind of healthcare leaders today a genomics precision medicine. So Dekel Inc so much for being with us. Absolutely, thank you very much for having me. So why don't we start with the Genesis of it? All Dekel what got you into healthcare? We'll you know solids. It's funny I don't recall ever making a conscious decision to get into healthcare. You know about ten years ago I was in the peak of my career as a corporate attorney I, represented many of the entrepreneurs basically that are in position that I am right now and I guess I always wanted to be on the side that created value rather than helping others create. Value, the medical space itself has so many opportunities for creating value. What's almost guaranteed that this space is that the value that you're creating is going to impact people's lives in the most significant way. Possible. So ten years ago when I met Multi Schneider Bergen or wolf the CO founders of FDA in when I heard, what they're trying to do I saw unbelievable value immediately left my comfortable job and teamed up with them to pursue our mission, which is saving lives of kids with rare diseases. Well, I think it's it's it's fabulous that you took that risk that goal and. Your Rear View Mirror. There was no looking forward. There is no guarantee of success in looking back now you're like, wow, this thing workout. So you know you you've been through a lot of different things. Now, a lot of different companies as well. I love to hear from you what you believe needs to be forefront on the mind of leaders agend doesn't healthcare and how are you an FDA approaching it. So today I'm a bit biased towards this subject, but I think that every medical leader should be considering how A. Fits. into their agenda, whatever it is specifically, there are a number of topics that we pay a lot of attention to, and I, think that everyone should first and foremost how to separate the hope from the hype. So in other words, what can I actually do and what it can do I? Think that's even more important to understand and realize you need to understand what to embrace in what to reject. So that distinction is extremely important for any medical leaders agenda beyond that this falls kind of into the subcategories of AI is. How to control the quality of data everyone knows the saying garbage in garbage out. So how do we avoid biases inequities that are inherent in in a I artificial intelligence then and this is a little bit more specific to the medical space. How do you integrate a successfully into the workflow in the medical space? Specifically in healthcare professionals workflow that that really is extremely important. I can't really emphasize how important that is and another thing that I think should be important for for medical leaders when considering a I is starting. To talk about how to share data because if we don't share data, we ended up working in silos and that kind of ties back into the biases, the inequities and other really bad stuff that is associated with a unfortunately, and finally you know being an ex lawyer, I always preoccupied with the legality and ethics specifically in this evolving space where the legislators are lagging. So we have the think as as leaders we have to take corporate responsibility in think how we form this this new fields fuel dekel
Feds bust alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer
"13 people have been arrested for planning to kidnap Michigan's governor and related plot. Governor Gretchen Whitmer says she's thankful toe law enforcement officers for uncovering an alleged plot to kidnap and possibly kill her. I knew this job would be hard. I'll be honest and never could have imagined anything like this. The men allegedly said they wanted to take action against governments they believe are violating the U. S. Constitution. U. S attorney Matthew Schneider. All of us in Michigan, can disagree about politics. Those disagreements should never ever amount to violence. Wendy Gillette, CBS
Greg Knowles Discusses How to Build a Company with an Enduring Legacy
"Greg it's an honor to have you on the show. Welcome to dose of leadership. Thank you. It's an honor to be here. I always love talking with CEOS I talked with one for a while and I'm curious about at electrical supply. Can you just give me a quick synopsis of of what the Company does sure So we have a few different revenue streams and a few different markets that were involved with in Las Vegas Nevada, which is where we kind of got are stark We primarily deal with the switch your market there we get involved with large commercial construction projects. for example, that t mobile arena, anybody's into Las Vegas. Over the last few years they know that they know they're in a so we did all the incoming switchgear for that We do the incoming power for the LAS, Vegas Convention, Center were we're currently working on the expansion for that although it's it's on hold right now but I'm eventually they'll release that and probably the most exciting project we have in the switch during their is the square gardens. Spear. In Las Vegas Yeah. You guys. Anybody's ever seen. Pictures of that. It's it's pretty phenomenal. How does the world working on that? How does one get started in that? I mean I'm amazed by the type of businesses that are out there that are even know exist. I mean how does one get started in being the provider of that? Sure. So I started my career with. Schneider Electric which was back then called Square DIJK and They're they're the switchgear manufacturer that we now representing Las Vegas. So that was my that was my upbringing We became a square distributor in Las Vegas in two thousand eight. and. So with my knowledge of that business I just went after those types of projects and started hiring people that had expertise in those projects and then We just got a reputation for being really good at bidding and managing them, and so the contractors in town like working with us because we. Have, that kind of expertise and so as these projects come up. we bid them and because of our knowledge of of the products were able to see things on the specifications that gives us a competitive advantage, and so we we use back to to get the lowest number possible and and thankfully we were successful on those. So. It's a whole process you had it. It's years in the making yeah. We'll going to say specialization and I wouldn't even think of even existed because I just like you said, I don't have the knowledge for it, and so it's always find it fascinating. So how'd that lead? How did that? What was kind of the mindset or the process where he said you know what? I'm going to start this business in two thousand four like what what led to that. So I was a sales person for several electrical distributors well, I just going back out of the salesperson I nine electric, and then eating and then I went over to the distribution side was doing sales for that. and. Then I worked my way up to management to where I was a sales manager, and then I became vice president of sales for electrical distributor and then I. Guess it was interestingly, I had some some people that I've worked with that that I didn't think repair lead in a little bit frustrated with with with how I was treated. You know in dot you know, hey, I could start a company and and do this better and I had several people that were my employees that came to me and said, if you start your own company will come work for you. Wow and so so I decided to take the leap and thought you know it's it's Kinda now or never if I'm going to do this as well might as well go. So I, I convinced them to work for straight commissioned. Because at the time I didn't have any money to pay them as far as you know salaries and so they came on board for some pretty generous commissions and Just started growing from there. I love that will Will you entrepreneurial before that or was this kind of an awakening to your? Can of untapped entrepreneurial. I grew up the son of an accountant. Anything entrepreneurial. You know accountants Typically pretty conservative. So I I grew up not taking a lot of risks but as I started increasing my knowledge in the industry and And became more confident in my abilities I decided that if I. Was Half a successful salesperson earning my own company as I was working for somebody else. Than I could I would be just fine because I think I'd be able to manage my expenses better and and and just you know build a business. around the you know the revenue streams knew it could bring in. And so I I felt confident enough the business plan was was going to be successful and so I just took the lead.
The Axeman of New Orleans
"All right folks settle in because today we're in. New Orleans. So, nineteen eighteen to nineteen nineteen I'll carry we've got some pretty big stuff going on here. There's a lot of names. And quite frankly there's just a lot of information so I'm really just going to go. Bare. Bones. Here's the information kinda thing. Okay. That makes sense. Perfect. So. New Orleans. We're in nineteen eighteen. For, those of you who don't know our New Orleans is it's in Louisiana. Continuing may twenty third of nineteen eighteen? So it is sticky hot in Louisiana New Orleans. For, those of you who don't come from the south of the United States, it gets a really stupid humid and really stupid around this. Time of year okay. Like, miserable miserable like it's weather you wear as what we say it's growth. -actly. But. Honestly I don't know if it was any different back then you know climate change and all that. Probably not. Anyway so During this time. The town of New Orleans was. Just. Terrified for their lives and I'm going to get into exactly why here in a moment but Let's talk about. The first victim occur. Protect Victims I. Guess. So we've got Joseph and Katherine go on May Twenty Third Nineteen eighteen like I said. They owned a grocery store and they lived in a little apartment like above the. Grocery. Store. They were both Italian Americans hard working they. Were pretty much part of the community I mean they own a grocery store so You know people know him some people like them. It was also a weird time. and. that. It was a time that was. Racially. Distraught almost people didn't necessarily Really. Get along with other races. Sure, so you know. We can relate. Yeah. It doesn't feel that different from now. Yeah. Yeah. So it's nice to know that one hundred years ago. People were still stupid yet. So. They own this grocery store they lived above it and the night of May twenty third they. Were attacked in their, apartment? He had his skull fractured by his own acts and his throat was slit with razor. And she. Her throat had also been cut. And she actually died choking on her own blood. Oh my gosh. How terrifying? Yeah. That was the first of the whole thing and it was absolutely terrible. So you'll hear a lot of me saying that the victim owned their axe on the acts that. was used against them or that there was a panel chiseled out of. One of the doors to get into the house. Okay. Okay. Intriguing. Yeah. So just keep ears out for that. Okay, they're ready they're ready and prepared. Okay. So. The MAGGIO's died. I two victims right there came. Okay both Italian. Americans. Now. We've got to other people. On June twenty seventh Lewis, Bessemer and his mistress Harriet low. were. Sleeping. In. Bed. As. One does. and. late in the night they you know got their heads bashed in by Bessemer. Zone acts. He actually was very fortunate and that he live unfortunately Harry it did in fact die. Oh my goodness. That makes three actual victims. One is living. I wonder how all Lewis survived that. Girl. I don't know but I think people back in the day had very hard heads because there's a few more that. Show my goodness. Okay boiler but. I'm like, how on Earth do you live through? An axe bashing your head in. Yeah. No kidding. That's insane. So. Just tally up the count again, we've got four victims. Re Dead. came. So he's got a pretty good running. Statistic. Yep. Next we have Anna Schneider. On August fifth. Anna was. Asleep. She was also eight months pregnant. She was no. Yeah. She was twenty eight years old and she lived on L. Myra, street which I only put in because I used to live on an. L., Myra straight. That's crazy. What a weird coincidence I know. Anyway so Anish neider was home alone. Her husband was off working late and so she. Has I'm assuming eight months pregnant ladies are got tired and so she
Voice and Podcasts with the Dynamic Duo: Kane Simms and Dustin Coates
"So background if you go back far enough used to. Say I to produce music. But the reality is I was a kid in my bedroom, filling around samples and make some Junes and writing lyrics. So they used think the funds myself as a bit of a wrapper. and. If you look back at some podcast episodes. Complete row. I think a little bit rusty other minute. Did do one for Frank Schneider of speakeasy. and. So He's Best I'LL PHILADELPHIA. So when we introduced him on the podcast did version of the fresh prince of bel-air theme tune with Franck Schneider. So they going to know So of caught a long relationship with audio and woods essentially audio together and important words into it ended up realizing the making music it is not easy to make money from. And etc. Went throughout my career ended up in marketing agencies ended up in user experience design. Consultancy Service designed eventually managing digital service transmission teams and then out freelance writing on the side as also had kept up the right and stuff, and then all of a sudden not come across. I think it was an adver around the launch of Alexa in the UK. Fiddle around with Siri, but it was reuben time in submitting bothered with it. But I see in this advert for Alexa launched in the UK and I was thinking lot seems crazy that I didn't know anything about I. Didn't know you could build for. I. Didn't know that you create anything for it. I didn't have a clue about and just thought when I see now thought wouldn't it be good if you could create something for much and if you could actually design like an old your based conversation, best experience that people could have with this thing and immediately I thought that sounds fantastic and Few monthly God device etc Pierre Around it and I thought to myself I. Think. It'd be good to try and learn really well how these things were technology is what hangs together how the build Sephora and then similar justin really start thinking about how we do that and I thought one of the best ways to learn about an audio I medium will be to create an audio I kind of piece of content, and if I'm going to learn about then a ms well share that with everyone else who might want to learn about it and so that was how the world was the podcast was born. The demand demand name in two thousand, seventeen couldn't find anybody to interview for any kind of cost couldn't come across anyone all just maybe I wasn't right using the the pro search phrases because I didn't i. Didn't quite come across y'all content that's I'm and then eventually in November of twenty seventeen. I realize that the voice book podcasters around and this week in voice podcast was around those thinking what the Hell's going on like I had this idea months ago. What's in a thought? Well, lots of evidence basically the the something that there must be something that most people are confined to speak to that was in the US, convinced that it was going to come to Europe and so that's what was not doing not like research in China in touch with trying to meet people's to flat out recorded a couple of the episodes over Christmas. The first episode might even still be on Youtube. It said, I've got my garland hanging on the the fireplace damning. And then was just about to launch I. Think Miami might have even put one episode out on immediately someone commented on twitter and said, Hey, you know that was really good. But what would be really interesting would be if there was some kind of person around the hard technical knowledge someone that could cause for me I'm astrologist in the design and always been the design of always gaping on the condor like the creative end, the Kinda strategic, figuring out what it is, we should be doing and then managing the team that kind of goes ahead and does it all during the design myself and stuff and then I. It was the on Conan I. Think he said, are you going to get into any technical content? Is that I love to I don't really have the technical background myself. Exactly. That's right. That's exactly that was young. Yeah, and then you've sent a tweet us in. You responded I think it was it was a tweet or you direct message right now I think it was on I think it was a tweet i. Very very rarely on twitter. So if you look at our different social media's canes, the Social Media Social Butterfly me, I can take it or leave it but I just happened to be there is a one day voice conference at Paris a day just happened to be on twitter following along and I saw that and I think I replied I was like Hey let's try I. do it yeah. I don't think literally within the space of. Our can probably seven days later, we recorded an episode episode four or five or something. And that was the beginning we did. We've done ever since and we've kind of as I said, the first six months foucault was doing the podcast and then we got speaking engagements and hosting conferences and events to flat now, and then twenty nineteen start getting involved in workshops training consultancy. We picked up Kanda design development projects, and still like out and then yeah, it's been more of the same of US insights Crazy. So Sir Tippety. Dustin winter. saw. Replied in a super successful podcasting percocet came out of that. People don't realize it took US two years I think two years right canes actually meet in person it wasn't until two last summer I happen to the giving a talk in London and came down. So there's the you X. Trivia for you. To Gain Dustin podcast together to. Not, each. Other. Exactly. Not just poke. We've been working together. You know it's like it's crazy how you know how I don't think we understand people don't really I. Think we take for granted the Internet basically is trying to say you don't realize the power that the house you know imagine being able to create a company with someone who you've never actually met in. Real life and work together, and you know build up that kind of relationship over two years without even an oxygen meeting is i. think is absolutely unbelievable. Crazy. It is amazing. You might think of this time of turn cove. It is all of a sudden working remotely I think more and more that's going to happen right where people are getting super comfortable. Where come outlay you were working with someone in completely different areas will be different times on different countries. All works. Great. So I see that little bit we kind of accelerated the future of work. Unfortunate events that that happened to us.
interview with Dr Mike Schneider
"Dr Schneider. Thank you for taking time to talk to Pittsburgh Philip PG and moving to live. Sure my pleasure. Guess the first question I. Want to ask because I was I made aware of you because I'm also guilty of these silo knowledge is. You see somebody in the elevator, what's your thirty second elevator Spiel of who are you or what you do Yes. So my elevators. I am a chiropractor by training working in a physical therapy department doing back pain research on a full-time basis. And I know I wanNA touch briefly on how one goes from a career as a chiropractor seeing patients which I know you did for many years we won't say many many years and then you did Not, really a complete one eighty, but a big shift and decided to get a PhD. Briefly. How to do or why did you decide to go into chiropractic medicine and then what was the decision to kind of go and get some additional education and go from primarily patient care to doing research? Sure and I did do kind of a one eighty mid career so. Beginning back to why they go into Chiropractic it's interesting. Her somebody saves me once before we choose our career pass when we're basically teenagers. Right, so I'm. I'm doing Undergrad, studies I went to. University of New York at Binghamton, as a biology major, and I wanted to go into some kind of healthcare profession and. I you know I was was intrigued by sort of the the alternative fields to medicine. I didn't want to go to medical school I wanted to do something else carpet just appealed to me was something different. Alternative. Kind of A. Mainstream alternative and not completely alternative medicine field. So I chose Chiropractic as as my profession being young and. Naive I guess. And I know prior prior to moving to Pittsburgh and becoming acquainted with the number of chiropractors. My thought of Chiropractors were they were somebody that you went to a couple of times a week for basically I'm saying this an air quotes back cracks and I've learned over the past seven or eight years that there's really. Two directions, the chiropractors go there's those that do that. They want to get people in maybe on a subscription basis where they come in multiple times a week, and then there's others that I've been fortunate to meet where they work in a manner that's very similar to the way physiotherapists work in other countries or physical therapists work. Which Direction when you started out in your career path where you or was it entirely different when you started out as far as the directions, the chiropractors tended to go. Well I'm not embarrassed to tell you to my agent I've been practice I graduated from chiropractic school in Nineteen Eighty two. So many many years ago well over thirty years ago. And at that time, chiropractic. Had Not quite evolved to where it is now but over the years since that time we started seeing, I think the boundaries between physical therapy and carpet professions getting blurred and what I mean by that it's probably in the late ninety s crate Lebron Sin The chiropractor from Los. Angeles started bringing his rehabilitation model to car practic. So prior to that most banks just doing the manual. As you call back cracking techniques and then start blending rehabilitation techniques at the same time the physical therapy sessions going the other direction where they mainly just prescribing exercise not putting your hands on people as much and there was an interest in the PT profession and the eighties and nineties start introducing more manual techniques. So I think we're seeing you know blurring of the lines now as evidenced by me a chiropractor working in a physical therapy department. And what was the impetus after working as a chiropractor to as you said, do a career one eighty, get a PhD in rehabilitative sciences and become more heavily researcher. Yes. So even when when I was in clinical practice all those years and I practice over twenty five years before he decided to get a PhD which is very unusual thing I'm finding out that's not typical path. But all those years in practice it always kind of bothered me I was helping people but I was realizing in a sense we're experimenting on patients doing things that I would learn at conferences or at reading books. Would do them my patients. I felt part of me felt badly about that like I. Don't know for sure that this works I. Think it does. And so even when I practice I was publishing papers and trying to get involved research. It seemed like I always was being pulled in that direction. So. Quite frankly was his family events change. I have two kids when I started getting sat empty nest part of life. So we're really what do I to do now right I got my kids through. High School and they're often going into college. I'm going to go back myself.
Texas Man Charged with COVID-Relief Fraud, False Statements and Money Laundering
"9 50. No Vai man is facing federal charges for allegedly pilfering from a federal fund aimed at helping businesses survive the pandemic. W W. J. Sandra McNeil reports U. S Attorney Matthew Schneider says Antonio George applied for more than $3 million in aid on behalf of 19 Cos. He says, though there is no evidence that any of those companies exist. Schneider says that that's they have prevented other companies in need from getting federal assistance. The federal government has put in a lot of money into protecting small businesses through the paycheck protection program. And so when the federal government does that they expect that that money is going to help small businesses and it's going to help employees and help these businesses stay alive during the pandemic. And there's only so much money in this pot George's facing up to 20 years in prison on charges of
Novi Man Charged In Scheme To Steal $3.1M From Paycheck Protection Program
"No by man is facing federal charges for allegedly stealing money meant to help local businesses through the Koven 19 pandemic Diva nails the tax wolf, just two of the apparently phony companies, through which U. S. Attorney Matthew Schneider says 44 year old Antoni of George bled the government's payroll protection program. The evidence in the complaint indicates that the 19 supposing Cos. Appeared to be fake. Because the the documentation submitted for the loans just didn't add up. And so the bank called the FBI. The FBI worked with us and that's why we brought these charges. Schneider says. Their investigation shows that George stole over $3 million disturbing, he says, when some companies weren't able to get any help at all. George is charged with wire fraud, which carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.
Despite Widespread Pain, Economy Remains Strong Selling Point For Trump
"The president's approval rating remains low. He gets higher marks on the economy than other issues. That's true. Even now with almost thirty million people collecting unemployment benefits as Republicans focus on opportunity at they're convention the economy remains. One of the president's strongest selling points. NPR's Scott horsely reports. It takes a certain amount of Hooda campaign on your economic record when the unemployment rate is in double digits but that's exactly what president trump's been doing. You see the kind of numbers that were putting up there unbelievable best job numbers ever three months more jobs in the last three months before in boasting about the big job gains in May June and July trump conveniently omits the historic job losses. In March and April so far the US has recovered less than half the jobs that disappeared this spring this morning new numbers showing the worst unemployment rate since the Great Depression a staggering number and the worst since the Great Depression worse than anything we have seen since the Great Depression ordinarily a recession like this would be crippling for a president seeking reelection look at what happened to George H W Bush back in Nineteen ninety-two despite his popularity after winning the first Gulf, War Bush's economic approval rating plummeted to just eighteen percent during what was in hindsight a relatively mild recession unemployment that year peaked at seven point eight percent but that was enough to send the president packing. That famous line from Bill, Clinton's adviser James Carville doesn't seem to apply to trump the president's economic approval rating has slipped since the beginning of the year, but it still hovering near fifty percent. So what's going on what's going on is the memory of the economy before the pandemic Republican pollster with air says, many Americans are still judging trump on the economy as it was six months ago before the coronavirus took hold here, it was rolling unemployment was at historic lows. The economy was in great shape before the pandemic killed it presidential approval ratings in general don't swing up or down as much as they used to as Americans have become more locked into rigid partisan attitudes. But Gallup's Lydia Saad also suspects many people are giving trump a pass. When it comes to the economic downturn, they're more concerned about the pandemic NC the economy is just a temporary symptom. SORTA like a hurricane something that's happened is come in it's created all kinds of havoc. But it's going to go away to get back to normal. That's how Mark Schneider sees it. He retired from the Navy after twenty years on nuclear submarines, and now runs an advocacy group for nuclear power. Last week, the S. and P. Five, hundred stock index was heading for a record high Schneider tweeted that the trump economy is unstoppable. The recession he says will soon pass but just steals temporary. Pause Kinda, paused economy as opposed to something mucking the system as he drives around his home of Chesapeake in South Eastern Virginia Schneider is confident that a lot of people feel the same way I? have yet to see a single biden sign in my entire city. I haven't seen a bumper sticker seen anything by him, but there's trump flag flying everywhere. My forecast is, is that trump's gonNA take a single landslide airs the GOP pollster is not so certain despite trump's solid grade on the economy air says, it may not be enough to save the president come November, the corona virus has driven out. Everything else trump's overall approval rating is considerably lower than his economic marks weighed down in part by his handling of the pandemic until there's a solution for the corona virus air says, it's going to be difficult for the economy to come roaring back.
How to make video meetings more real
"On your first box. Everyone's Jefferson brand. Here you're listening to talking tech spending a Lotta time actually talking to people about video meeting and how we're living with them during this very challenging time and twenty twenty today's topic. How do we make the meetings that are virtual? Feel the same as it for their in person. So I taught allow people for this. What you gotTa do at work a lot harder to make them entertaining to make them fun to reach out to people to game affi- everything's one of the people I spoke to her name is Camille Schmitt she works at a streaming service called Filo. And what they do is they do getting to know your day they basically every day is like kindergarten. Tell us something we didn't know about yourself share something with us. It's a little Corny but Camille tells me that it works also spoke to mark Hohmann who is a small business owner he's got a camera store in L. A. called Paul's photo, which has nonstop classes during the pandemic he had to shift the all online. How do you replicate the experience where students come in really to interact with other students and with the instructor? By starting early. Starts every class a half hour early. So people can just sit there and talk to each other sounds like a pretty good idea. Randy. Lerman he is a DJ. He works the Wedding Bar, Mitzvah and Party circuit in Los Angeles. He's lost a lot of parties. This year as most have because parties have stopped. What does he do? He is moved to do Trivia Games on line four corporations and for anybody else who's interested he gets people involved by playing trivia it's working for him. I talked to a guy who is a classic salesman he works for Schneider Electric going from town to town. Selling his electrical outlets to hotels, and now can't do that. He told me what he really misses the handshake walking side by side the opportunity to finish the meeting grab lunch afterwards that's what he misses. But for Tyler Hake what he can do is have a lot more meetings because he's not traveling. So he can see more people in it's working out. Susan Orlean has been meeting with high school students for years consulting with them on how to best prepare for college? Not, at our office anymore she's got rid of the office. She's having video
Coronavirus Around The World: How Countries Are Coping With COVID-19 Surges
"Back to the Corona virus as a continuous has said too grim and unwelcome records. Global cases and I above 13.5 1,000,000 got Brazil topping two million alone and India one million elsewhere in Asia, Hong Kong and Japan and likewise reporting record numbers. Let's get more as we cross over to our senior international editor, Jody Schneider. 30 in this part of the world cases continue to go up on Japan and Hong Kong. We did have a feeling that the virus has been contained, but think there's those feelings were misplaced. Tell us about what's happening. Yeah, Rich has really no good news across Asia. Now we're seeing places like Manila, which had a lock down, which he's now it may return to a lock down that they have a case of Dr Same thing in Jakarta, Indonesia. They're keeping their social difference in measures that were set to fire and she notes in Japan and Tokyo and Hong Kong places where things have seen relatively good seeing surges in cases, including ah, locally transmitted cases, But that's a welcome from there, not just from Top people travelling back travelling back indicates the Hong Kong so measures are now being re imposed in Hong Kong are coping. Everything. After six PM all restaurants and bars and finding people who don't wear facemasks on other transportation we're seeing in Australia now. You could turn their most happy with state. South Wales is going further tighten restrictions on one of the second part of the state of Victoria in the second day of fighting cases capital Melbourne onto gripped by direct the second wave of infection for the second and third way concerning the expert. And Judy. What about India, where the virus seems widespread. What's the latest there? What's the government doing? Yeah, there it has already hit officially hit. The one million market is expected very soon. And that's of course very concerning. This is a place that had a very, very strict locked out. People were famously what tongue to their villages left cities. And they were just starting to feel like they had gotten ahead of them, and now they're really does seem to be no end in sight, and it's very hard to contain that such a large country. It's a large population. How many in a very densely populated areas of India is one of the real concerns in the region. And on the possibility of a vaccine. We've got toe Britain. The U. S on Canadian government, all alleging the Russian state intelligence is hacking research centers were trying to develop a vaccine. But what do we know about this and have any of these vaccine program's been set back? Yeah, That's the real question, which is unclear whether the research facilities back were hacked into apparently had damaged war. The back programs have been set back a zoo result of the hacks. Officials are warning that the cyber attacks are ongoing, so it is a real concern and this is now the UK, US and Canadian government have all said in dramatic statement. On a particularly you came in first setback scene and therapeutic sectors. Multiple countries have been targeted by this good that it's on was certainly according to U K part of Russian State intelligence. But the real question is, did you know in fact the vaccine production or testing, which has been going forward? That's been one of the bright spots like you would think that go ahead. The question is how much of this has been affected. Senior international editor Jody Schneider in Hong Kong.
Washington's NFL Team to Change Name After 87 Years
"Colorado's Morning news. Well, they don't know what their new name will be yet, but the NFL team in Washington no longer known as the red skins, the team is officially retiring the nick name and logo After major public pressure from fans and sponsors, Team owner Dan Schneider says the replacement will be announced in the coming weeks. So what do Native Americans think about the change? Let's get into that with Native Ways. Federation executive Director Carly Bad Heart Bull Goodman Me and Carly and thanks for joining us. Good morning. Thank you for having me. We should mention your group is focused on supporting Native American activism and education. So were you folks pushing for this name change? Absolutely are the members in our organization have been part of the movement for the native for this for this change in our native communities have have many folks and Leadership positions many native youth and particular native women across the country for decades now, Carly I'm curious, because I I think that you tell me it's more important what you think that it's the Redskins as a descriptive if they were the Washington If you want to, say native Americans, or even the Washington Indians, which we can talk more about that that would be a want to say, less offensive. It's the descriptive. It's like a majority visit. Not now, That's the biggest thing. It's not so much if they're honoring them. It's the fact that no, you don't use that term. The issue is that our people have been saying for again for decades that the name doesn't on arrest that term. Andi, I would add that There are other teams. There are other names, including some of the names that you lifted that were also were also not in favor of the issue is when you have a community that has been saying for for generations for decades that we are not honored by the use of these names that you need to listen. You need to listen when our community is saying that this is not representative of who we are. When you come from a community that is Is eatin a history of lack of representation of misrepresentation. It is really important to listen to us and to you hear us when we say that it's important for us, and it's important for our kids that Any representation that is out there in the media is adequate, not only adequate, but is also a celebrating who we are not Ah, stereo type, not You know, I'm misrepresentation or, you know, not making fun of who we are. Let's go through some of those names. The Atlanta Braves say they're not going to change their team moniker. Chicago Blackhawks. Kansas City Chiefs Cleveland Indians should they all change. You know? Yes. Honestly, I mean, I mean that, as far as I know, you know the Redskin Sorry. I hate even using that term. I shouldn't use that term. I should not even be saying that name. They haven't gone public with any information on what their new name with their new local will be accepted, say that they hope to honor native people and the military and so it's really important that we're having this further conversation. Because again, even though the Washington team is talking about changing the name, there's so much work yet to be done both with their name and with these other teams that you that you mentioned the remains concerning these communities about about what this means about the The history of Blanding in a way that that is said to honor native people. Even after community members leaders Jaime Time again have said that these names do not honor us. So we're hopeful that that you know a new name. A new logo with the national team will not continue this native imagery or thing or themes. We're hopeful that the team as well as these other teams will listen to native communities come back and talk to us. We have been saying for years on DH will come up with new branding altogether. You know, it's time to do the right thing. Otherwise, at some point, honestly, they're gonna have to do it all over again. That the you know, make the effort now and any abuse and this perpetuation He's racist stereotypes. Once it for all against
Supreme Court says states can punish Electoral College voters
"In the unanimous decision, the Supreme Court has ruled electoral college electors must vote in a matter consistent with their state laws. Correspondent Jessica Schneider has details of this important election year decision on the Electoral College is the key to determining who becomes president. 270 electoral votes needed to win in this morning Supreme Court, issuing an unanimous 9 to 0 decision Saying that each of the states throughout this country they may in fact, bind those so called electors in each state, meaning that each state can mandate that each of the electors must vote for the state's popular
Body found near Haysville during search for missing Wichita woman
"Cedric county sheriff's investigators say the body of a woman was found Saturday morning in the seventy nine hundred block of south meridian near hazel in a field near railroad tracks in the area the body was found just a few miles away from an area where a missing Wichita woman cell phone last paying the twenty three year old Savannah Schneider was last seen may thirty first investigators say they're still working to positively identify the
Shetler Studios In New York City Closes Due To Economic Downturn
"Theaters large and small across the country are closed. Due to the coronavirus pandemic which means a lot of businesses that support them are also on hold and one of those with Shetler studios in Manhattan. It was a place where New York theater artists from. The famous to the yet to be discovered auditioned and rehearsed but shetler studios announced that a can't hold on as Jeff London reports this iconic studios closing his sent shockwaves through the theater. Community cabaret producer. Robert Schneider says he worked on almost all of his shows. It Shetler Studios. Shetler was a big blow to a lot of us because to us. That's the home. That's the home. Wear whatever you see on stage. That finished product was all created at Shutler. Schneider says it was affordable so it attracted everyone from Broadway stars to up-and-comers he recalls waiting for an elevator that took forever with a group of college students. And I hear one of the girls say boy I just WanNa get an agent and be successful. I don't know what's going to happen next for me. At the same time she gets on the elevator the other elevator doors open and I swear to you. Christine Baranowski walks out to me. This is incredible. You're watching someone who's reached the peak of their journey right next to someone who's just beginning their journey but that's Shetler and that happened like on a daily basis. Shetler is part of the New York theater community as much as Phantom of the opera or something way more visible is theater and cabaret producer Jennifer Ashley Temper. The second that this was all announced and I posted about it so many people came out of the woodwork. To like talk about Shetler. There's no one that hasn't worked there when he heard. Shetler was closing Lin Manuel Miranda's sent out a tweet recalling how he tried out Hamilton material there. Oh my goodness. The odds of sadness in grief over the death of the studios has been literally overwhelming owner run. Shetler opened his facility. Thirty years ago it grew to twenty three thousand square feet on three floors and we pride ourselves in being a professional home away from home. Not only for teaching acting and singing but for auditions rehearsals in performing all in complex for Fifteen Years Janice Goldberg Co directed. The End Theater Company. A tiny off Broadway group and says she sometimes spent five days a week at Shetler studios. It's almost visceral loss. If you've spent so many hours in a place doing something you love and bringing ideas and people's work and your own work to fruition have that energy behind you and then all the sudden that's taken away forever. It's a blow but owner Ron. Shetler says he felt he had no choice but to close the enormous way to finances required to put everything on hold in the fact that everything that we do in the studios can't be done under the confines of the covert Pandemic Protocol and that the entertainment world will be the last open up again. That made the decision quite imminent. I DIDN'T WANNA stick my head in the sand and just Deny what was going on again producer Robert Schneider. It's very hard for me. Because the beginning of my career in the city was all done at Shetler I practically lived at Shetler and now I'm going to have to find new home but those memories I would not trade for anything for NPR news. I'm Jeff London in New York.
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"I would I would talk to my fourteen year. Old Self may fourteen year olds off was really bad at math with starting to struggle with depression and eating disorders and was pretty freaked out by the world and I would tell her that She could look forward to a really awesome life and doing really hard things that are unimaginable right now but to stick in her pocket the knowledge that she could do hard things. I love that I love that I remember being young and thinking. I was terrible at math. I told myself this story and realizing how capable we are much later on in life that I love that. So if you were to The transitioning from this earth and you had a nugget of gold wisdom or that you wanted to leave behind for the next generation as your legacy. What would it be and I feel like emotional but other people matter above all else they love that I am? I was asked this question by someone else on another podcast and it was funny because in the past it's always been like you're a very powerful and I took it a second and I always find the humanity and the other people because I think so many times we just. We want to put people into buckets and we become so self obsessed and We all matter every yeah. Yeah we can't do it alone. We would be very very bored. We're learning right now. If we didn't have other people a hundred percent I love the human capacity for connection and love and creativity that I'm finding like all the weird creative ways that we're finding to connect to each other and give each other like little love notes you know whether it's virtually or drive bys my daughter doesn't know yet but her birthday's coming up and and so I am. I have just organized a parade right a car parade outside enemies so much fun And it's just it's really cute because you see how much people want to connect and and be available and I think it's beautiful. I want to thank you so much for spending time with me today and sharing your wisdom with our audience if people want to follow your journey. Where can they go? Yeah absolutely so I Journey coaching it's Jr. and I and we are at journey dot. Co and you can find us on Instagram at journey coaching. I am kindness. Gangsta on instagram. And if are interested in learning about how to become a coach using the science that I talked about. Today it's journey. Dot Co back slash podcast? Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you thank you so much for joining today. I loved this conversation. A little heartedly. We are amazing beings with the ability to get in front of ourselves or old patterns and trauma with a bit of self awareness and some basic rewiring. You can find no l. At Journey DOT CO and on instagram at kindness. Gangsta as always subscribe to this podcast lever of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. Ms Dot Schneider or the lives movement at love is viral dot media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deepen the work with me to uncover your messaging before you pass it on to your children or the people you influence order my book. Lor Harnessing your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every day..
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"And I didn't even realize it and I. I didn't become aware of that. Probably told college and I've been working on that for my entire adult life and just even this past week. We were gathered in our living room. I don't even remember. It was after dinner or something and my wife was talking to me about making a decision on a vacation later this year and she said I think we should wait until we see what's going on or whatever and I said back. Something of the nature of your. That's what we talked about like. That's how I'm thinking that I'm saying yeah that's how we yeah. That's what we talked about. And she didn't hear it that way and that's because I didn't say it that way You know I said probably something more to the nature of. Yeah I mean that's what we already talked about. And she's like Whoa and then my daughter who's twenty. I and you know it became this family conversation where my wife said well. Yeah but that's not really how you said it and my daughter goes yeah. It was the tone and I'm like Oh man and so now I'm in this moment and I'm trying to just get through it and then the next day my wife and I are taking a walk on the beach on Saturday morning like we do and she said I gotTa tell you. I really felt belittled by you in that moment. And you know your tone was really intense and she ahead and and No defensiveness on my part because it. This is not to the place. It's like you said information. I know I have a tendency to be too direct or in those moments when I feel triggered or if I feel In some way I don't know like there's an awkward moment there where I'm feeling triggered and I say something I know that that's the case. So now when she comes to me and says it she's not telling me new information this old information and I feel bad. I feel compassion right and I just go. I Apologize I apologize. I take full responsibility for that. And it's something I continue to work on and I'm sorry did not want to make you feel that way so anyway. That's just to say I'm in the midst of it too right. I'm in the midst of those challenging conversations. That's my way of of dealing with to take responsibility and then say okay. How can I make immense move forward? How can I do better? I love that I have a One of our contributors is she refers to it as radical responsibility and I absolutely adore it because it requires some bravery and some humility. He no because I think our natural inclination especially with the people that are closest to us is just like. Oh my God. You're being too sensitive like you know like you know how I how I talk like this is the same old fight and I think it's really interesting when we get to a place where it's like you can hear what your partner is saying not from a place of reactivity but take responsibility for their experience and that's one of the things that we've been having a conversation about in our house especially with little people it's like you have to take responsibility for even if you didn't mean to mean that well you didn't mean it but you also have to be aware of the container right. You have to be aware of how it's received and a lot more intense analogy but I love the idea of taking radical responsibility. Not only in in recognizing the negative and someone argued. And I'd be curious what you think about this. I'm GONNA argue the other day because I referred to having both positive and negative aspects of your personality and it was really interesting because she was like let me challenge you to think of them as being net neutral. They're all parts of who you are. And so many of the things that you consider negative also our survival right their survival tactics. They are based possibly some of them on trauma or bad experiences or your own negative emotions and feelings. They're not bad they're simply who you are. But if we are more aware of all traits and aspects of our personality we learn how okay. This is part of my personality that come across as well as I wanted to. But we'll save me in like a dangerous situation like maybe I dialed this one back. What's your opinion? Do you feel like how do you think the the paradigm of our our personalities should be viewed as we're trying to figure out who we are? Yeah I would probably turn it more. Like helpful or unhelpful. So my intensiveness if you WANNA negotiate for car deal. Let me tell you on the guy that you want to take If you want something Justice to be like the unique justice in a situation. I'm the guy that you want on your team if you want somebody to believe in you with deep passion. I'm there if you if you want me to be like ultrasensitive in the moment Like without having to prepare. I'm probably it's probably not that. That part of my personality is not very helpful so I have a friend who always says asked a question. How do I get what I want? All right not in a selfish way but in a genuine way. Well let's see. What do I want in my relationship with my wife? I want to be connected. I WANNA feel like we're partners. We are partners. I WANNA feel intimate. I WanNa feel a close okay. So will that intense style of communication. Does that? Get you those results? Does that help you get those results? Not Really No. It doesn't like it helps me PERV. Point Okay what does that really get you? What you want ultimately do is proving a point what you ultimately want and your relationship. Not really no okay. Well then how do you get what you want? How do you develop those skills and tools to get what you want in life? Sometimes those parts of my personality can be very helpful in getting me what I want other times. They're not as helpful. And so did I put that tool back on the tool belt. A lot of us especially those of us who are more intense. We have like one or two tools in the tool belt and one is like a sledgehammer once. Jackie right and it's like everything looks like a nail like Baba. How do we put that toolbag and try some other tools? What are some other tools? It might get you what you really really want in life. I love that. That's I mean it's such a I'm very versed in choice theory and that's part of it is like there's basic needs. We all need our needs met in a selfish way. But how do you do that in a productive way? Especially when you're when you're living life alongside other people who are having your own hole in human experience and realizing like everyone's not beholding to yours so I just I think that's so valuable. I'm so I am curious so I have a couple of questions that I ask everyone. I want to ask you based on your experience if you were to give advice to your younger self based on the experiences you've had to date what advice how would I how would you be. And secondly what advice would you give I would probably say I would be eighteen and say find ways and find people to help you enjoy the journey Enjoy how do you figure out a way to enjoy the journey of life? Rather than pushing and striving so much. I love that I so at the end of My grandparents lives and of mine. Who is elderly thought with them prior to their passing and that was one of the key messages that it's about the relationships in your life and the striving after material things and success. And what have you and even the arguments that we have are not as important as the people who are next to you throughout your life and at the end of your life so I think it's a valuable such a valuable message if you were to be transitioning from this world and one to leave. Find some gold nuggets of wisdom our inspiration. What would they be? Well I'M GOING TO DIE. Would hundred genetic we'll see you know. I've got fifty three years left. I'm not even halfway done long life. Adamy Midlife I know yeah and so I told my wife I go to see now. I'm GONNA live to one hundred hundred die that night so just put me to sleep at night. No I'm done I've hit the hit. The goal line you know I I would tell people you have to be intentional. You know whatever it is that you want out of this life. The hoping the wishing dreaming is all fine. But there's got to be a level of high intention and action in order to cultivate. Whatever it is you want whether it's certain types of relationships a business education physical health. Whatever it is there's gotta be intention and intention on a daily basis. That's what's allowed to do what I do yes. I think that's valuable as well. Because of the fact that there are so many people who kind of they say their prayers. They do their mantras. They believe the Vision Board. But then they they they stop just short of the intentionally in the action and it's so incredibly important to incorporate those those active steps into your life. It's almost like the road rises to meet you when you take that first step and kind of starts to to come back your way. I have really enjoyed our conversation today and I really enjoyed your book. I actually have these little cards that you have that are the the empowerment cards with a manifesto as well as some. I am statements which I think are so valuable to help people kind of speak to that. Inner flame within themselves. If they WANNA follow your find you. Where should they go? Yeah well our website is in SPO- rising dot com. The book and power derives is available on Amazon as well but the podcast raising podcast and resources are all in sport rising dot com and that's where Social media is a well all inspir- Isaac. I love it. Thank you so much for being with me today. I really appreciate you tonight. It's been great to be with you. Thank you so much for joining us today. I Love David's reminder. That hopes and dreams are great but intentionally and action are where the magic becomes felt. You can find David. And His podcast at INSPIRESLEEP DOT COM and follow him on social at Info rising as always. We subscribe to this podcast lever of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. Ms John Schneider or the live movement at loves viral dot media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deepen the work with me to uncover your messaging before you pass it on to your children or the people you influence order my book. Lor Harnessing your past to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every day..
Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider-Esleben dies at 73
"News with the fathers of electronic music is done Florian Schneider co founded craftwork in nineteen seventy well the group never achieved real mainstream success craft work is influenced everything from hip hop to daft punk to David Bowie based largely on Schneider's pioneering sound chatter left the group in two thousand eight the group honored with a Grammy lifetime achievement award in two thousand fourteen Florian Schneider died after a short battle with cancer he was
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Gold with Jeanette Schneider negative inspiration for a bigger better more purposeful life each week. We share wisdom insights in gold from those living. Their lives after twenty three years in finance. I left my executive role to advocate for. Women and girls in life love the boardroom and the marketplace now the CEO of lived media. I am thrilled to create wellness base content and technology southie level up and become more conscious of your ripple the live. App launched Christmas Day for Apple. Ios This purposeful content big conversations and a beautiful place for us to share our gold. Our Dreams and create community. Gold is a live media production brought to you from the sound studio at the live headquarters Elizabeth Cavaliers there is such thing as narcissism but the pathological and nurses Dick Personality Disorders. Where the darker issues lie. In this conversation Elissa shares the clinical definitions of nurses them gas lighting. And what it means to walk on eggshells. She offers advice for those. Who are insist how to protect your heart and how to leave them. Elissa is a psychotherapist in private. Practice located in Sherman Oaks California. She received her bachelor's degree at cow. Poly State and her master's in social work at the University of Southern California. She's provide clinical treatment with the child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinic at Harbor. Ucla with the Child and Family Guidance Center and as an independently since contractor with canceling for kids she has experienced providing nine years of therapy in the outpatient and residential setting her professional experience also includes providing supervision for mental health professionals and individual and group setting currently in private practice. She treats anxiety depression and trauma using a combination of cognitive behavior. Therapy and inner child killing. Let's stick in welcome to go. This is John Schneider and I'm so excited with me today. Elissa cow. Thank you for joining. Thank you so much for having me. I am excited to talk to you because I have. We have a topic today. That has come up in a lot of my conversations. And it's so interesting because I feel sometimes that certain words are used almost in pop culture as catch alls and not necessarily because someone's received the diagnosis spoke because we like to diagnose our friends and the people that we've either been in love with or currently in love with and so I wanted to talk to you because of the fact that you've you've written about this is something that you cover in your practice I want to talk about narcissism and I've had so many people reach out to me and say can you provide some contacts or content so that we understand How to support one another when it comes to dealing with someone with narcissistic personality disorder. And what the differences between that and someone who might just be self absorbed because I think sometimes we like to like throw bucket catch off raises at people and I was curious from your perspective. If you would be able to kind of help set the stage for us as to the difference between and then maybe we could dig in a little bit too it. Someone could expect to see if they're actually dealing with someone in their life. Who has this as a disorder? Sure so look off by talking about what narcissism in right. So what does he do? Demand is a grandiose sense of self it the kind of like exploitation of behavior where you lack empathy and you take advantage of people and you're really only concerned about yourself right so that's kind of like the narcissism that we hear in pop culture but but but we also have a we also have healthy narcissism and know. That's kind of weird to hear because every time somebody hears the word narcissism attached to something incredibly negative but what healthy narcissism is. Is this ability to kind of take pleasure in your joys. WanNa share what you've done with your friends? It's the ability to be able to believe in yourself if they -bility to be able to be proud of what you've done right. I think everybody has certain level of healthy narcissism to be able to engage in public speaking to be able to Teacher subject to be able to go on public and be the center of attention but then we have something called pathological narcissism which entered the realm of narcissistic personality disorder These are the people who take the truth from the first example but then they are. Those behaviors ongoingly. This is who they are. They frequently like to be in the center of attention. They need to be in the center of attention and they will do anything they can to make things about themselves and this includes Hurting the people they love or supposed to live this. Include lying to the people closest to that and this include exploiting others for personal gain because the difference between healthy narcissism and pathological isn't healthy narcissism. It the moment Perry thing I like you can go in public and you can be can feel like wow what. I'm saying a really good. I'm really proud of myself. And then he's talked to cody. I'm and you're kind of back to reality and like wow. That was great. And then you can make things about other people and you can be there for other people that healthy narcissism them but then with pathological narcissism inability to stop it. It is never about other people in always about that. One person that makes them does and I'm curious because this debate that I've heard with a lot of folks in kind of the personal development space do you think that Pathological Narcissism or personality sort of nurses do personality disorder are. Is that an issue with. Is THAT BRAIN. Chemistry is it learned because of trauma. What is the trigger to heading down that road when you're talking about the the more complicated complex and darker version of narcissism is it? Is it something that has to do with our brain chemistry or is it something that we have created in order to survive? I'M GONNA actually go with. This is a really good question. I'm going to go with a lottery explanation. This is something that people human beings have created in order to survive oftentimes look got people with true narcissistic clinical personality disorder have a severe and complex childhood history of trauma Way So you know what we see as they live in environments that was neglectful non affirming and and really just overall abusive one other mental emotional physical and so in order for them to shut down parts of themselves right. They had developed this coping mechanism. And they believe somehow this is narcissism really developed in an effort to To not feel weak again Get taken advantage of again. So it's A. It's a math that put on but then it is. It has to be extreme and it's developed the survival mechanism in order to not get hurt again and to really limit their vulnerability arrive. Keep all so you can see kind of narcissistic tendencies in junior high school. Back right after High School really becomes solidified into like a personality. Yeah and I know we joke around. That children are primarily assisted in nature because the world revolves around them and they take a lot of responsibility for what happens. The world thinking that Divorces there fall Struggles are their fault. They they really do that but then as they get older. Eight nine ten. They start to actually see that. They're kind of interwoven and interconnected with the world around them and it's not necessarily so much about them so it sounds like those. Those kids who are in trauma traumatic family situations have a tendency to kind of this becomes just who they are. They're kind of rewiring themselves in order to survive and do narcissus recognize that they're narcissist. That's a good question And I know a lot of people. I want to kind of backtrack a little bit. I know a lot of people especially.
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"I can't imagine you know that would be very hard. That would have been a very a very big Gift and a lot of maturity for a twenty year old. Do you know what I mean to to stay present but I think that that's really beautiful unimportant because so many times we become wrapped up in the eventuality of things or the worry about the concern and instead of just really living in that moment and just enjoying that person right then right there and you can't stop what's going to happen so there's no point like I know it's easier said than done but really looking back on it. Oh my God I spent so much time freaking out like every doctor's appointment every phone call from the doctor you know just is totally overwhelming. Now that I'm thinking about it now I can't imagine Second question if you were transitioning from this life and you wanted to leave behind some gold nuggets of wisdom inspiration. What would they be? I would say this sounds kind of radical but I always tell people like do the opposite of what everybody else is doing. Slow it down. You know the quiet meditate. Just take everything down a notch because we live in such a fast paced world for always like pushing pushing pushing it's so unhealthy and again it takes us out of the present moment. So that's what I would like to leave behind just like calm down. Take it down a notch and look around you and see what works for you and what doesn't and do the opposite of doing guys you know it's it's it's not healthy for us it. It doesn't bring happiness to be running around like nutcases. It just doesn't it causes anxiety takes us away from our true selves our best selves. So I'm a big fan of just slowing down. I love that I think. What's your big grant advice? And it's very important but I like take it a notch. I'm GonNa need you at a level. Five thing is not the end of the world. Okay well I wanNA thank you so much for sharing with us and your heart and your soul because this was a really beautiful conversation I could feel you so I just want to thank you so much for for sharing with us and if anyone wants to follow you in your journey where can they go. I have a website. Which is my name. Valerie. Ganga's DOT COM. And then I post a lot on instagram. I'd say that's where I'm most active on social media. It's also named Valerie Ganga's at instagram. I love it. Thank you so much for being with us today. I appreciate you. Thank you so much for having a really. I love that I met you. Yeah you need to a great conversation. Thank you so much for listening today. I loved this episode and I loved this woman so many tears were shed ball. We talked and I hope you took something beautiful. That just might change your life or your perspective to learn more about Valerie and her work. Visit Valerie's website at Valerie GINGAS DOT COM and her instagram at Valley. Gingas as always subscribe to this podcast lever of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. I must dot net Schneider or the live movement at loves is viral DOT media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deepened the work with me to uncover your messaging before you pass it onto your children or the people you influence order my book. More harnessing your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my gramma love each other every day..
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Time and they'll ebb and flow But I think one of the things. That's so important is if you feel like you're spinning out. If you feel like things are hard. I'm exhausted when I wake up in the morning. I'm I can't sleep at night. My mind is racing. I feel whatever. Take a step take a break. Take a moment and even if it's sitting down and writing out here my here are my values and my priorities. And what's all this great stuff around it right? It's going to help you chop and cut up and cut out a lot of those things that really don't don't matter correct correct and help you get back on back on track whatever that is and also one of one of my one of my mastermind communities we had a great speaker and he basically said if you feel overwhelmed you need to be responsible for it and not a victim to it You created it. Whatever it is. We don't take responsibility right. And this is the other thing that drives me crazy like I can control every single thing. That is a stressor to me like. We have a tendency to get into that victim and seeing and it's like my partner. Did this. My boss did that and I'm so sad and I'm so tired instead of being like okay. I'm the I'm the common denominator in this situation. And that's one of the things I realize. I am always the common denominator so every other piece of the puzzle. Every single piece of of the equation can be adjusted. And that's completely my responsibility. I love that you said that. Leaving it so valuable to get to a place where you're like. I am the captain of Yup. And you look down and you're like and so many people get in this. I can't it's so hard. Things are so hard to change any part of your life at any point in time S. any day and people do it all the time all the time and sometimes it's a little more challenging but I think sometimes even making the decision like if you're in a toxic work environment as and you all of a sudden realize I love what I'm doing but my environment is toxics and you make that step to update your resume and see if there's other environments that are better you are immediately your your your mindset is going to shift I am in control. I'm in control an invaluable. Yes I don't belong here yes. It's just a choice. It's my choice to be here. Yeah if so much choice in it I I think that's one of the things that's so important to me to make sure that our audience feels is. That choice is available to you at any point in time. Yes you have so much choice I want I know that I've asked you in the past these questions. But it's been awhile. Since they've they've changed okay so younger. Lisa Hell would she be? And what advice would you give to yourself? I have a new answer. Okay so I would give my five year old self. The advice that it's okay to be yourself and it's Oh it's okay to hang out by yourself. It's okay to be yourself. I got made fun of a lot by siblings even in so that it. It's okay thank you. Okay just to you. Yeah not needing validation now just you if you were leaving this earth and wanted to leave find some gold nuggets of wisdom and inspiration your legacy. What would it be? Two's love Twos loves be kind be kind. What's more important than that? That people can fuel loved and that there are important and that they're seeing and get out. Get OUTSIDE OF YOURSELF. Because that's a very dark and creepy jus- go go live on people and be kind people. I love that anything. It's so valuable like even with kids. My daughter we have conversations about friendships and things like that and how important it is like. We had this really great conversation. I'm like you know you're very smart near pretty girl. Those were gifts This came from DNA. They came from God they they were gifts. What I'm most proud of is that you are kind and funny and thoughtful. And she's like Oh. Those are my choices. She's like I choose to be kind and I choose to be funny as exactly so that shows me that in your heart like you WanNa be there stuff is it was it was given to you and it was just a really beautiful conversation for eight year old to be like. Oh I got it like I'm choosing these things and I think like you said she's left. Choose kindness choose compassion because at the end of the day any conversation you have with someone who's leaving this world tells you nothing else matters. Nothing else matters. Yeah absolutely much for sharing. Your golden being part of this things are having dollars. Thank you so much for joining today. I Love Lisa's reminder to get quiet with yourself that is where we recalibrate and begin. You can find her at least a trusting dot com or follow her on Instagram at Lisa. Underscore chesting for as always to subscribe to this podcast lever of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. Ms John Schneider or the lives movement at loves Farro Dot media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deepen the work with me to uncover your messaging before you pass it on to your children or the order. My Book were practising your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every day..
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"WELCOME TO GO WITH. John Schneider negative inspiration for bigger. Better more purposeful life. Each week we.
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"An amazing life can be. Yeah I like that idea keeping your eyes open. 'cause IT'S COMING BECAUSE. I think that like so many times. Our EISER downward trudging along. We're we're pushing instead of kind of standing in a place of reception when something when something does come you know there are two things I want to share before me into that. Okay yeah absolutely. The first thing is if I had been on. That bike paths that day. When when that woman came by walking as Golden retrievers and I had been my phone. I might have missed that opportunity. Your eyes are up will love that so I really encourage your listeners to get off the phone when they're out and about to be open to the miracles and the wonder that's out there and then speaking of wonder I just WanNa share a quick story about my house manifestations so about a year ago my husband and I decided to buy a home and we knew the approximate area we we wanted to live in a particular county which is Marin County and I did a vision board for it. Done a bunch of vision boards in the past. But this was different in that you know the pictures that I was choosing didn't really make sense because they were pictures of homes on the water which felt totally like outside of our financial budget for Marin county because houses on the water are just like many many multiple millions of dollars here. Okay so but that's what I'm choosing and so it didn't make rational sense to my to my mind but there was and that's what I put on my Vision Board for Our Future House in the center of that Vision Board. For some reason there is this picture of this boardwalk and I put it dead center in my Vision Board for my house and so I I had my vision board in my office. The home that we were renting at the time and we began looking at homes Beginning of the year. And you know we're looking really fine. We're finding some that. Were closed kind of like dating dating houses. They weren't right but then this house on a board walk on the water. It was actually affordable for us and we bought it. That's amazing off a decision. I'm going to have a vision board above my my my desk like I'm like I need to just put this on board and you know the the cool thing about the I mean there so many cool things about this area that we live in. But it's not for everybody. I mean you know takes me five minutes to walk from my car. Were House like you can't drive your car in the boardwalk to walking and the front yard is basically a six hundred acre nature preserve so it's a bird sanctuary and their egrets herons in keystone is just so credibly. Beautiful and in the front yard is Bay San Francisco Bay and so we have water and then we have. It's were basically title creeks to it. The water moves in and out depending on the tides. But you know it is I swear to God such a place of wonder here like talking to you. I'm seeing egrets flying and you know geese fly over there honking not in this moment. But that's usually the morning commute you know in the sky the Geese and oh it's just pure magic and so you know going back to what I would say to those people as an leading planet. Don't be afraid to dream. And even if it doesn't make sense that Ashley that doesn't Make Sense. Those are sometimes the best trainings. Antigen. If you're creating vision board and you know you're looking at this picture fills you with a state of joy. Put it on even nothing to lose. I love that we have so much control over what happens comes into our lives and I think sometimes we we do try to to edit our dreams right to fit what we think our current reality but that doesn't mean that we can't grow into something or something appear like did with you guys. I know that this area existed so it wasn't like I was thinking about Syria. They're fifty ohms on this boardwalk area and I had no idea and I lived in this area almost my whole life and I didn't know it existed until we found the for sale listing. It's amazing I love it. You are master manifesto big you. You're very good. I'm now going to have a vision. Board it's GonNa be like our office thing. Everyone has a vision board. Yeah and I'm happy to show. You my vision board to I can send it to you if you WANNA see it. I left here so you my house. One loves them inspiration? I WanNa thank you so much for being on today and sharing your goals. I appreciate you if anybody wants to. Kind of follow your journey. Where Kinney where can they go so I not instagram? At pet business coach. P. T. B. I. Z. And you can also reach me at best year. Coaching provide coaching for all kinds of business owners. And I also have six figure pet business academy for business owners who want to start grow or you know really expand their business all right. Thank you so much for being with us today. I appreciate you my pleasure. Thank you thank you so much for joining me. Today I loved everything about this conversation so basically write it down. Believe it work on you and watch the universe rise up to meet you you can find Kristen on instagram. At Pet Biz coach or online at six figure PET BUSINESS ACADEMY DOT COM or best year Kuching Dot Com as always. Please subscribe to this podcast. Either of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. Ms Dodge Schneider or the movement at loves viral DOT media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deep into work with me to uncover your messaging before you pass it on to your children or the people who influence order my book. More harnessing your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every day..
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Oh so My parents were both or both alcoholics. My mother is still alive. My father passed away and It was it was my father's. Dui that really change The synergy of my My relationship with my our family structure. We were family five and when? I look back on my childhood I can point that. Dui a genesis trauma that my sister and my brother and myself went through I could get myself invites. You know Kinda will be truthful I think the very first thing I would want to do is give myself advice for yesterday. Cheapen the question but yes in that is to you know our myself in a situation like my mother and father. Paolo where there was stress in my certainty. And things just one thing after another just kind of built up I would just want to just remind myself to just like try to simplify my life into. Just take one day at a time and Try Not to stress too much about you. Know just seems that. Don't really matter because you can. You can say a family structure. No you can say a marriage if you like getting rid of a lot of the things that holds back Like a lot of negative emotions and the resentment though. I need to be right. The need to argue to prove people wrong. Just Jill like much go there and just trying to live compassionate and just shug outraged. I think I would. I would give myself advice yesterday. 'cause I am father? My son is GONNA be March for his own. Yeah Dedi Spears. Just like I guess they'll come in with You know I just I just want to try to you know. Be there for me Give Him some love and passing a lot in the live healthy. Y You know. I don't want him to be thirty years from now Write books about you know trauma here. Because his dad was this and that was that I just wanted to be healthy. He's going to have problems and struggles. And Yeah get all that. But I don't want structure to be problems. So that's like one of my biggest goal right now and If I can get another piece of it will be from college. Actually because of that I started hours. Twenty one You know I was a ball player in college and you know college when I was eighteen. I don't know June tomorrow area. There are honestly what just tell myself not to drink at all I really think some about worse. Decisions have been made under the influence alcohol and when I like. Look Beckham my life. I don't I don't really like to be honest. I really don't like that. I think that I've heard people that I cared about because decisions may force apart And I just I just don't like I don't like it I don't I don't ever get a problem with the alcoholism as far as BSS or just can't control it but you're young college you do you do dumb stuff and I would say like my biggest regret is like this girl. I was dating at the time because I was drinking. Maybe decision really her and I wish I could take that pain away from her. You know and I wish that I wish that I never would have. Did you know her? You know it's and that'll be my biggest regret you know so I would you say not drinking at all if I could get myself in Navarre? Yeah I come from a mother's alcoholics. I completely understand where you're coming from. And it's like that decision to end a cycle and not have it influence your ends with you and I have the same type of relationship with alcohol where it's it's like. I. I don't why nothing good comes from it. You get headaches. It's it's it's not positive and it's fun socially but I think when you come from a background where you've seen devastation. You're a lot more sensitive to it and aware of of its influence. So I totally get that. We'll go point just social thing when you really think about it. Just don't get her point of like when I write my books. I don't under any influence but I don't have medical marijuana part living yourself. I definitely enjoy marijuana. Well right I won't do that when I when I'm writing poetry like I write would've cleared sober-minded and industry a lot of allow it right I don't get it I just don't get it. Just don't get it. Why coaches so obsessed with trying to figure out. I don't know let's part of me wants to never again in the tar also from just like okay. Well you know how much you know sipping focus is now I was probably one of my treadmill disturbances figuring out I guess do. Essentially you know absolutely. Get that if you were. I'm transitioning from this life and you wanted to leave behind in gold nuggets of wisdom or inspiration. What would they be wrong as deep questions really really? He'll you have to. I have to heal the especially vengeance and things you have to. He'll he'll not something. There is is a competent process And then you try to chase some type purpose In a lot of times people associate that job does it could be a day of the week today and I'm GonNa try to just be capacity today. Well I'M GONNA try to be funny making allowed. They just just have some guy push. Maybe maybe you're serving. You know some spiritual figures serving. You sound serving pancakes. I you just have some type of purpose bigger than you. Something that you're giving by some of the trade and then last hour to say on this chart out front Is so many things to be serious about upset about you know. I'm really cursive so I'm just trying to have mine. Aweso lot on people around whichever would all toward people don't think people make fun of but I mean everybody I make myself. I don't I don't might be so serious You know I'm going to have the conversation anymore. But at the end of the day we talk about you know just be be open with each other. You know that's just what I want to say. Eight and purrs and he'll say I'm so appreciative of you. Taking time to talk to me today and sharing your gold if whoever's listening if you haven't followed Sylvester you need to pick up his books. I'm appreciative view. And your time and how open you are so thank you very much. Thank you very much. Thank you so much for listening today. So vested breathes and exudes sole and authentic. If you're not following him you should be. It was a pleasure taking up space with him. You can find him on. Instagram. At Silvester mcnutt or online at Sylvester mcnutt dot com as always. Subscribe to this podcast lever of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. Ms Dodge Not Schneider or the lives movement at Loves Viral. Dot Media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deepen the work with me to uncover your messing before you pass it on to your children or the people you influence order my book. Laura Harnessing your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every day..
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Welcome to gold with John Schneider negative inspiration for bigger better more purposeful life. Each week we share wisdom insights gold from those living their very best lives after twenty three years in finance. A left executive roles advocate for women and girls in life I love the boardroom and the marketplace now the CEO of live media. I am thrilled to create wellness based content and technology Saudi level up and become more conscious have you ripple the live APP launched Christmas Day for Apple. IOS This is purposeful content big conversations and beautiful place. Suppresses share our gold our dreams and create community gold live media production brought to you from the sound studio at the live headquarters. Alex Bucko believes in the old saying you are what you eat. After being diagnosed with Lupus at the age of twenty two she found herself on a new path. Line while this was a scary and heartbreaking time. Alex expounded sense of relief. I only know why she'd been sick for. So many years does giving her a starting point for her healing to begin but when the conventional treatments of Western medicine did not work for Alex six. She started searching elsewhere for the answer trying out a more holistic approach. Alex discovered that food could be her medicine. Alex Beco- is nutritional therapist focusing on mediating mediating symptoms of chronic illness. Within a practice. She believes that a shift towards ancestral nutrition and lifestyle could help to lessen the prevalence of modern diseases have become overly common today so just cancer diabetes and Auto Alex Gutter Start Nutritional therapy after her own struggle with auto immunity forced to leave her first career and embarked on her journey for self healing after being increasingly sick for over ten years she had had enough. Alex is able to overcome her multiple autoimmune conditions without a long list of pharmaceuticals and now sits comfortably in remission. After making diet and lifestyle changes today. Alex I dig deep into the food we eat and its relationship to our health. We talk about getting back to the way we evolves eat through seasonal and ancestry eating the domestication of crops and the evolution of the food industry as a whole. We talk about how our gut health is vitally connected to her over a health breath and wellbeing. Let's again. I'm so excited to share the I have Alexandra Bucko on the show with me today. Thank you for adjoining and thank you for having me of course I am so excited to talk to you I am I actually. I was just sharing with Alexander right before we got started. I just got her her photos her for her head shots and one of them has her defending her food like furiously. That we're GONNA use that one because I really adore it because you have such a deep seated relationship with food that I was hoping that we can dig in today and it's because of your relationship with unfortunately illness and auto immune and I was hoping you can kind of share with us a little bit. How you created this this realization? That food was the answer for you because because of your own struggles. Yes so food for me was kind of of last resort. I had really tried to make the whole Western Medicine picturesque paradigm. Work for me Unfortunately it did not. I was diagnosed with Lupus at the age of twenty two. You and I mean. I did the rounds of chemotherapy methotrexate. I did Steroids in to no avail. Did I see any relief and I actually got sicker sicker So at some point I just finally threw in the towel I kinda went beserk and I started listening to podcasts. In I came across the infamous rob. I'm wolf and that is kind of got me started on Food as medicine I ended up going back to school for nutrition. And I'm now a practicing being a holistic nutritionist but Anyway I found for myself that food is medicine in food was the answer and it took me several years but I can probably say now that I'm into remission and I think what we all tend to miss is that you are what you eat. I mean it's simplest quote. I think we've heard that since we were little but your body is which you make it and if you're putting bad things into it on sick things nasty toxic things. That is what your health will become since with you. Would you started with the diagnosis. What was your first reaction I was just actually I had been sick probably for about ten years. It'd been getting worse and worse and worse so at first. It was kind of relieving. You know to hear diagnosis filing Malir But then you know when you start here Lupus and you start to read about it you kind of go into freak out So I mean like I said I was twenty two at the time I believe my corporate job and I had just graduated college so it was. It was pretty heartbreaking at the time but it put me down a different path and now now I'm obviously really okay with it but it it definitely a heart. You mentioned something on your socials that I was very curious about and it's called and such eating. Can you walk us through what that means. Because I'm very curious you've done so much deep research into food and how it helps you but also how it's sourced in its history so I'm curious if you can kind of share a little bit about that. Yeah so in. Central eating is Basically we getting back to how we evolved to eat and they're obviously are many different perspectives as far as how. You should eat weather if begin whether it be you know. Animal based but A lot of The anthropology and the history behind everything it goes back to show that we all hunter gatherers right. So we evolved vowed to follow our pray and you know supplement with fruits and vegetables when they were available seasonally But most of all you know we we. He really ate a lot of animal products. And when we evolved You know we were. We're kind of at our healthiest. And we saw our biggest jump Tom in development during this time and as we started to introduce agriculture or domestication of things like grains wheat corn learn These these grains that we now are so heavily reliant on this is when we started to see the climb in a disease so we started to see things retort arthritis and diabetes Doubt you know these these things started to come on so in central eating is kind of. How did we exactly evolved to eat before? We started to intervene And if you look at how we eat today compared to how he actually evolved to eat it is drastically the different. You know what I mean. Today we see high carbohydrate diets That are riddled with sugar in processed foods in taxes preservatives very very low micronutrients and this leaves US fluctuating blood. Sugar Were chronically on highs and lows of our blood sugar going up and down we develop Metabolic disorders like diabetes and cancer in auto immunity is on the rise because when you have high blood sugar you get a inflammation and when you have information Your immune system just kind of gets thrown out of whack. Nothing compared to what it used to be So I mean now. We have fruits that look nothing like they used. They're bigger they're sweeter. They're full of sugar and when we started to do this all across the board with domestication. we really started to throw ourselves out of whack. I mean we as humans humans did not evolve necessarily to eat such carbohydrate rich foods whether they be natural or whether they be synthetic. That's fascinating because I've been trying really really hard to move to a vegetarian diet. I'm craving carbs and I saw the pictures on your instagram of fruit. The way it was meant to be in the way it looks now what was interesting to me. As in my previous iteration in finance we actually used to buy farms for our clients and I remember talking UNISOM of the farm farmers that were actually. They were managing the farms for our clients and I was asking them about pesticides and all that stuff and I was like do we have Kevin. He's like there's no organic crop. There's we can't do that and make it sustainable and make money like you have these things we we worry about bugs and I've been looking for the farmer farmer within the industry who actually believes in creating healthy crops and they don't like they don't really exist because it's a business and it's all about how. How can we produce as much as possible? How can we make sure that the farmer makes money the client makes money how shipping? It's it's truly a business and that was one of the first kind of eye opening.
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Welcome to gold with John Schneider negative inspiration for bigger better more purposeful life. Each week we share wisdom insights gold from those living their very best lives after twenty three years in finance. A left executive roles advocate for women and girls in life I love the boardroom and the marketplace now the CEO of live media. I am thrilled to create wellness based content and technology Saudi level up and become more conscious have you ripple the live APP launched Christmas Day for Apple. IOS This is purposeful content big conversations and beautiful place. Suppresses share our gold our dreams and create community gold live media production brought to you from the sound studio at the live headquarters. Alex Bucko believes in the old saying you are what you eat. After being diagnosed with Lupus at the age of twenty two she found herself on a new path. Line while this was a scary and heartbreaking time. Alex expounded sense of relief. I only know why she'd been sick for. So many years does giving her a starting point for her healing to begin but when the conventional treatments of Western medicine did not work for Alex six. She started searching elsewhere for the answer trying out a more holistic approach. Alex discovered that food could be her medicine. Alex Beco- is nutritional therapist focusing on mediating mediating symptoms of chronic illness. Within a practice. She believes that a shift towards ancestral nutrition and lifestyle could help to lessen the prevalence of modern diseases have become overly common today so just cancer diabetes and Auto Alex Gutter Start Nutritional therapy after her own struggle with unity forced to leave her first career and embarked on her journey for self healing after being increasingly sick for over ten years she had had enough. Alex is able to overcome her multiple autoimmune conditions without a long list of pharmaceuticals and now sits comfortably in remission. After making diet and lifestyle changes. Today Alex I dig deep into the food we eat and its relationship to our health. We talk about getting back to the way we evolves eat through seasonal and ancestry eating the domestication of crops and the evolution of the food industry as a whole. We talk about how our gut health is vitally connected to her over a health breath and wellbeing. Let's again. I'm so excited to share the I have Alexandra Bucko on the show with me today. Thank you for adjoining and thank you for having me of course I am so excited to talk to you I am I actually. I was just sharing with Alexander right before we got started. I just got her her photos her for her head shots and one of them has her defending her food like furiously. That we're GONNA use that one because I really adore it because you have such a deep seated relationship with food that I was hoping that we can dig in today and it's because of your relationship with unfortunately illness and auto immune and I was hoping you can kind of share with us a little bit. How you created this this realization? That food was the answer for you because because of your own struggles. Yes so food for me was kind of of last resort. I had really tried to make the whole Western Medicine picturesque paradigm. Work for me Unfortunately it did not. I was diagnosed with Lupus at the age of twenty two. You and I mean. I did the rounds of chemotherapy methotrexate. I did Steroids in to no avail. Did I see any relief and I actually got sicker sicker So at some point I just finally threw in the towel I kinda went beserk and I started listening to podcasts. In I came across the infamous rob. I'm wolf and that is kind of got me started on Food as medicine I ended up going back to school for nutrition. And I'm now a practicing being a holistic nutritionist but Anyway I found for myself that food is medicine in food was the answer and it took me several years but I can probably say now that I'm into remission and I think what we all tend to miss is that you are what you eat. I mean it's simplest quote. I think we've heard that since we were little but your body is which you make it and if you're putting bad things into it on sick things nasty toxic things. That is what your health will become since with you. Would you started with the diagnosis. What was your first reaction I was just actually I had been sick probably for about ten years. It'd been getting worse and worse and worse so at first. It was kind of relieving. You know to hear diagnosis filing Malir But then you know when you start here Lupus and you start to read about it you kind of go into freak out So I mean like I said I was twenty two at the time I believe my corporate job and I had just graduated college so it was. It was pretty heartbreaking at the time but it put me down a different path and now now I'm obviously really okay with it but it it definitely a heart. You mentioned something on your socials that I was very curious about and it's called and such eating. Can you walk us through what that means. Because I'm very curious you've done so much deep research into food and how it helps you but also how it's sourced in its history so I'm curious if you can kind of share a little bit about that. Yeah so in. Central eating is Basically we getting back to how we evolved to eat and they're obviously are many different perspectives as far as how. You should eat weather if begin whether it be you know. Animal based but A lot of The anthropology and the history behind everything it goes back to show that we all hunter gatherers right. So we evolved vowed to follow our pray and you know supplement with fruits and vegetables when they were available seasonally But most of all you know we we. He really ate a lot of animal products. And when we evolved You know we were. We're kind of at our healthiest. And we saw our biggest jump Tom in development during this time and as we started to introduce agriculture or domestication of things like grains wheat corn learn These these grains that we now are so heavily reliant on this is when we started to see the climb in a disease so we started to see things retort arthritis and diabetes Doubt you know these these things started to come on so in central eating is kind of. How did we exactly evolved to eat before? We started to intervene And if you look at how we eat today compared to how he actually evolved to eat it is drastically the different. You know what I mean. Today we see high carbohydrate diets That are riddled with sugar in processed foods in taxes preservatives very very low micronutrients and this leaves US fluctuating blood. Sugar Were chronically on highs and lows of our blood sugar going up and down we develop Metabolic disorders like diabetes and cancer in auto immunity is on the rise because when you have high blood sugar you get a inflammation and when you have information Your immune system just kind of gets thrown out of whack. Nothing compared to what it used to be So I mean now. We have fruits that look nothing like they used. They're bigger they're sweeter. They're full of sugar and when we started to do this all across the board with domestication. we really started to throw ourselves out of whack. I mean we as humans humans did not evolve necessarily to eat such carbohydrate rich foods whether they be natural or whether they be synthetic. That's fascinating because I've been trying really really hard to move to a vegetarian diet. I'm craving carbs and I saw the pictures on your instagram of fruit. The way it was meant to be in the way it looks now what was interesting to me. As in my previous iteration in finance we actually used to buy farms for our clients and I remember talking UNISOM of the farm farmers that were actually. They were managing the farms for our clients and I was asking them about pesticides and all that stuff and I was like do we have seven. He's like there's no organic crop. There's we can't do that and make it sustainable and make money like you have these things we we worry about bugs and I've been looking for the farmer farmer within the industry who actually believes in creating healthy crops and they don't like they don't really exist because it's a business and it's all about how. How can we produce as much as possible? How can we make sure that the farmer makes money the client makes money how shipping? It's it's truly a business and that was one of the first kind of eye opening.
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Day we all just WanNa be loved Isla. Yes you got like little. Oh like truth bombs messages last question if you were leaving this earth and you're transitioning and you want to leave behind gold nuggets of wisdom inspiration for your loved ones or the next Gen. What would you like to see? What would your your I Dunno it's kind of a big question. What would i? I think I would want people. I like to remember me. I would want people you know when they think of me to remember to be empathetic and open and and you know just because somebody somebody hurt you. It doesn't mean you have to pass that energy on I want people to be brave and vulnerable I think something I learned over the years is vulnerability and that's a huge thing. That was terrifying for me for so long especially with my skin and my my eating disorder and all that And now it's it's still not easy in some cases but I would really if there was a nugget would be just work on vulnerability work run work on being open an empathetic and also kind to yourself. Because you're always you're always becoming a better person even though some it doesn't feel like it. I love that I believe wholeheartedly. That vulnerability is a superpower and I think once you have confidence around around yourself and you can be vulnerable like I have unabashed vulnerability. I don't know where that came from. I'm sure traumatologist would love up to talk to me about that but I think once you get to a place where you're able to own who you are and and connection that outweigh like the amount of of peace. That comes with that. An connection with others is enormous. I don't I don't I wouldn't want to live any other way way now because I think it's so not only as an authentic but your connections with people are very shallow and I want to be seen and I want to see others so if anyone wants to follow your journey or find more about raising body confident kids working they find you. Yes so I'm so you know another thing too shares a few good. If you're listening to this nearly okay. Great where do I start You know I wanNA learn more about this. I want some tools. And if you go to my website Dana Sue cow dot com slash resources. I have a ton of podcast. You can listen to a ton of body image documentaries documentaries and movies a ton of instagram accounts to follow a ton of age appropriate books I have reading lists categorized for adults. I have it for teenagers and then I have it for children. I think that's a seven and under So if you need any place to start go to Danish account com slash resources. I don't collect any information so that web pages absolutely free for anyone to access access INSTAGRAM DOT COM SLASH DANA SUE COW FACEBOOK SLUSH DANA SUE cow. I'm Dana Cow D. A. N. A. S. U. C. H. UH-HUH W and you can find me And you know if you have any questions or youth. Anyone wants to learn more about one on one coaching or training Feel free to the email me or reach out on diomine. I'm I'm here I love it. Thank you so much for joining me today. Sharing your gold and such incredible information. Thank you thank you so much for having me have a wonderful day you and everyone else thank you again. Thank you thank you for joining me today. I love this conversation with Dana. So how much her passion for changing the conversation around body image is truly inspiring. We have so much influence over those around us what we say and do especially our children. Let's let's be conscious of speaking and modeling body. positivity and confidence every you can finding on her website at Dina's dot Com instagram Edina shootout facebook at the same name As well as twitter as always subscribe to this podcast lever of you. And don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. Ms Dot Net Schneider or the live movement at loves barrel dot media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deepen the work with me to uncover your messaging before you pass it on to your children or the people you who influence order my book. Lor Harnessing your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every everyday..
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Goes beyond. Just what is happening in your brain. You're thinking and then you're feeling and as we studied the way. The body works and emotions and trauma it gets stored in the body and the physicality whatever it is that you can't processor necessarily make sense of. Where does it go? It gets stored into the body so as we start to move all of the unfilled. All of the unprocessed unprocessed all of the lake. Yeah you know. I haven't really necessary. Thought about these aspects of where I'm feeling small. We begin to be able to move in and then how beautiful. The body has this system of cleansing of tears. How incredible that when you hit on those pockets of truth or pockets of stored emotions are unseen unsaid? This beautiful release of tears or sound or laughter or Deep size can come to help help ourselves peel. I love that. I think it's a beautiful. This huge smile on my face as you're talking for those people who feel separate from their body right they have have the body issues body image concerns. They don't own their body or feel separate. From what advice would did you give the past the history that you have in movement and your own experience. What advice would you give those folks? Yeah get get to know your body you know like you said. I think that we can just kind of it. Becomes this thing we carry around. We have a love hate relationship that we know we love it but we know we need it but we don't necessarily love it So getting to know your body like you would get to know your friend or your partner or your boyfriend or like talking to it everything that you can do to actually use it and be present when you're using it so that could be everything from doing exfoliating foliage body scrubs being in the bath taking care to put really really Delicious Body oil on after the shower. They pay attention to the physicality having your own sensation of your hands on your body an end knowing what your own body is is going to take some of that gray array On kind of like knock concrete relationship that you have a and make it a little more solidified and then that goes with moving to so if we're disconnected from her body's chances are most of the time we're in our head in them. Were faking when we're moving. We begin to enter the space of more feeling unless was thinking so for some of the people that I work with It'll it'll just be putting your body in motion and whatever physicality that you resonate with whether it's lifting weights whether it's dancing whether it's yoga like what makes your body happy start to go down that path but if you really think about is like if you're GonNa if if you want to deepen your relationship with anything you have to spend time using it. You have to spend time in conversation with it. So you're you're entering a dialogue of getting to know your own body. I love that I feel so I feel that very deeply because as I get older parts of my body that are a little bit more. It's not interested in changing and I've gotten into this place where it's kind of Grounding into it and owning it and loving it and feel the way it moves and the way I hug the child and the way I did and the way I put on lucious smelling lotions and bathe and do everything with intention and those moments try to create sensory experiences so that I can have a relationship with my body rather than it just beaten. I think you said it very well like this thing that comes along with you. It's kind of consider it just this thing that we're kind of stuck with a lot of times as opposed to having a deep relationship with it where we're like like I have to take care of this temple and anything to is that true movement. It's not just a spiritual or emotional release. There's also the science of of removing toxins from your body working on your person. Pathetic nervous system. There's so many science based studies. He's and proof that moving your body of course cardiovascular system and all of these things but we have a tendency sometimes separate ourselves from that. I'm curious is for you and this is your lifestyle. What is your daily liked? You have a practice. Do you wake up in the morning and do certain things. What does that look like? Yeah Ah Yeah on my day. It shifts from day to day depending on how much I'm teaching and in my role I'm also The MVP experience at the class and a lot of what my role is is directing the teacher training and Development Program for a teacher so that looks like taking other teachers classes observing serving our own teachers other teachers outside of the class as we scout for four teachers so and then when I'm not teaching class or doing anything anything like the sort than I'm in our headquarters in our office in Tribeca so my day can be in various different places says that requires lots of different outfit changes Gary Back with you on my gosh. My Mom's still to this day calls me the bag lady. She's like when under you no longer going to beat the bag lady. Just carry multiple bags everywhere. You go so eight what. What is what I found owned that helps me especially in New York City? It's chaotic they're carrying all the bags. And I I do my my. Hi Dave get set up the best when the mornings are just for myself so if that means I have to wake up two hours before I have anything the thing that I need to show up for and have that time just for myself then. That's how I feel my best for the rest of the day and in in that time because I'm moving my body so much throughout the day I I'm not starting with a movement practice unless potentially it's a day that I'm not moving out a couple of days where or I'm not moving but I'm moving my body so much that in the morning. What feels good to me is having quiet drinking my hot water and lemon and apple CIDER? Vinegar being very clear whereas I plan out my day how. I'm going to spend my time. What my priorities are making sure I leave my house with with a substantial amount of healthy food to sustain sustain my energy and being really well prepared I feel that my myself cure for That feels right for me. Is Making sure that I'm prepared for in my day when I'm not prepared feel like taking good care of myself. That's when I'm like oh I didn't I didn't bring bring lunch or bring a snack so now I'm in that place where I'm Hungary crashing. I don't want to eat or didn't bring the right change of clothes or figure out what my priorities were in. My energy doesn't feel as potent. It feels kind of dissipated so the mornings mornings and the evenings are the buffers of time that I dedicate so lead for myself and self care. I think that's such a huge message to create almost like the priorities and the planning for the day. I'm I'm building out a big project right now. I have an APP. It's coming this launching. Chris Cool Yeah. Thank you And I have to tell you. It's around wellness and self care. That's assume one area where I have struggled and it's really it's really funny like even if you're in the life and the lifestyle. Oh Yeah you have to get to this place where you're like okay okay. What are my priorities today? How do I make today flow? Because it's the days where I'm just running out of the House taking my daughter to school and like with my calendar her that I eat poorly. I missed I missed the gym. I don't meditate and then that adds up so I love that message that creating being like almost like. What are my priorities today? What do I need to take with me so that I have the tools that I need to have the most successful day? I think that's beautiful fall today. Goal is brought to you by live media and the live APP now available on the apple APP store. We believe that healthy you today leads to a healthier the're world tomorrow to that end. We have created accountability features and a platform of curated coaches and thought leaders in a wide variety of areas. All to bring each person to their your best self as a whole and healthy individual. We do this through time proven tools. 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"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"The live APP can this is our strategy and prosperity. Coach handles all things things money today. We're talking about what we're leaving behind in twenty nineteen and what we're manifesting for the new year and the new decade before we get started live. Join US in the studio to share circle for twenty twenty what is it Michael for. Twenty twenty two potty trained Bailey. Olivia got a new dog for Christmas. And I think that is a very good goal for twenty twenty twenty. Let's dig in high this genetic Schneider and I am here in the studio today with candace. Morella and Lisa Trust Jane. Hi got to be here. Thanks for having US love having conversations with both of you and now we have one together and talk about this New Year in this new decade and. I think it's such an important conversation because right now everybody and their brother is posting about your New Year's resolutions or how to be fit or how to be this or how did that and I think we all have our own tack as the way we look at a new year and especially new decade like that to mind blowing to me. Yeah we're moving into a new space so I wanted to find out from each of you. You like how are you looking at New Year. And what do you want to leave behind. What about you candace? So I've been thinking a lot about this for the past month or so. Oh I WANNA leave behind in twenty nineteen and really. I want to leave behind worrying about what other people think. That is really it right. Because I've had had you know when I left my job and I became a coach fulltime entrepreneur I had a lot of people saying like you know like are you crazy easy or even qualified to do that. Like lots of judgement around what it was that I was most passionate about and the thing that I wanted to do like my dream and my vision lots of judgement around that and I think that even though on the outside I was just like I got this like I know what I'm doing like I'm not worried about that. I think it really did did kind of like impact how I showed up because I was worried about like am I qualified like Maybe not maybe they don't have enough experience or those those thoughts did pop up into my mind and I think that it may be kept me from showing up as much as I would like to. And those people aren't paying my ability to have plenty of evidence that that's not true rate and maybe I just needed this year to figure out like I have all the evidence that's not true but I don't even want to worry about that anymore. I don't have to find evidence to disprove them right. I want to know it and so I'm going into twenty twenty leaving behind what other people think and and just really focused on doing me and doing what I think is right and what I think feels good and yeah. That's that's what I want to do them. Yeah what about you Lisa for four this last year. I think I've had so many transitions over the last three years. I decided to open a business. Get a divorce ores. Go through some crazy transitions make a lot of money. I mean there was a lot that happened the last couple of years and so this year. What I'm really looking forward to leaving behind is scarcity and distrust and that I you know knowing that I can do this? I know that it's all possible and this year. Sure I'm stepping into a confident. Stable loving abundant connected year. Those very powerful I think for me one one of the things. That's been really interesting. Is that over. The course of the last several years I've chosen word as opposed to a resolution like in the past my resolutions. Were really places places for me to fail. If you think about it like it was like I need to lose weight I need to do. I need to do that. And they were all externally focused and so about two years ago I started doing being Words that I would embody for the year so one year it was trust and you learn how to trust myself and trust me and then the next year it was power because I needed to step into that that power and the end when people talk about being powerful a lot of people get confused. Not Talking about. I'm a a powerful empowering over you know right it's I'm powerful powerful. I can create the life that I want personal power and I can manifest whatever it is. I want to not just because I believe in something bigger than me but also because I have a lot of grit determination nations. There's a lot of stuff behind that and what's funny for this year is that I did not realize that I believed I had a maximum level of capacity or capability like I had this belief that and it was self imposed at some point in time I was going to hit my ceiling and find my biggest failure MHM and it was at a Tony. Robbins unleash the power within November. Where I was like? Oh my gosh one of my beliefs is that I. I'm knocking at failure at every step. I'm very brave and courageous person in some of the decisions that I make but that unlike this close to my largest failures so I'm serving behind the belief that I am limited right semi word for twenty twenty s limitless. That's the word that I'm GONNA like. Wrap my arms around on and take with me anyway. I love that important. What about like do you guys have a word or vision like vision board? What do you do a definitely vision? Board would last year My word was flow and I felt I felt like it for a long time for like the first part of the year until recently I felt like flow was really I was just doing doing what I thought was right doing what I felt good I was doing. What most excited me and I do? I think that the word served me. Well they also also have a vision board that I look at every single morning When I meditate? It's right in front of me. I have a space in my house where I look at it every day. I think that's really helpful. If you don't have one definitely do that And this year. My Word is going to be joy now because I'm rejecting the idea that I have to be exhausted. That have to be tired right. I know that I attract talked opportunity when I'm joyful and so must punishing myself for taking time off your ceiling about starting work at ten or eleven. Whatever you stop feeling bad about that and I'm GonNa make sure that I'm I'm doing things that bring me joy because that's why I'm an entrepreneur right so I can have space in my life so I can have freedom and flexibility but I think that so many years have brought me to this place where I feel like that's bad or that means I'm lazy or like assigned this different meaning to it and really know that when I'm joyful when I'm excited when I feel free and good that's when I am most successful in my business so I'm not letting go of discipline all like throwing it out the window I do but I'm also embracing love that I love that one of my favorite I learned this through my own. Transformational Journey. was that there's real value and becoming what's missing and Kansas. I know you use the word. Elevate elevate coaching yes. And I really believe that life is all about elevation and so I'm going into embody not be what's missing my own life but for others also really embody that the notion of elevating my life and being that elevation vacation for others and being a Stanford elevation. Because that's when we have joy when we're playing and we're in the moment and were present but also for me it's really focusing being on what's next but learning how to be present and that's when I think we create really powerful moments and really powerful opportunities for ourselves absolutely. I think I think it's so important. Link I love what you said about join presents because as you're both big words for me right and I think that you have to be present in all things in an always you present when you're in front of a client president in front of your children your those you love. What have you But I also think it was interesting. We're talking about like joy and feeling guilty uh-huh right it's huge for entrepreneurs. That's what I was just going to say like. I feel like this is an issue for people who especially in fields entrepreneurial mindset where it's like I didn't do X.. Today I wore my pajamas a little too long. I think the thing for me like so up until Christmas I the works probably eighteen hours a day to get the APP munched right. I was mentally and emotionally drained. I have worn pajamas for the past three days looking. Go on for us I got dressed for you is but I think it's like it's funny because we get into this mindset that we have to struggle or if we don't do it doesn't look like a certain time and I know that's conditioning right. That's conditioning we have from whether it's corporate or from society or whatever that you have to look a certain way to be successful or to earn. Oh Jewish yes earn to be. Yeah I was listening to Abraham this morning morning. I don't know if you listen to Abraham Hicks but listening to her to them and they were saying today they're saying today You know you know it's like when you when you know exactly what you want you walk into the store and you're like oh my gosh it's that white fluffy robe that I've been looking for like that's exactly what I want. It is the maybe I should look around some other places his and see if there's something better because we're trying to make.
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Start clinical pharmacy services with the Public Health Department. Gosh now. Almost twelve years ago through my faculty appointment with Roseman University of Health Sciences. And so they wanted to start having having a pharmacist there. They didn't exactly know what my role would be. And it was really just me developing from the ground up and I always and one of these people who don't shy away from a challenge. I'm typical only child. I want to succeed at everything. I don't want anybody to tell me me. I can't do something right and so I took it on as a challenge and I was like you know if it doesn't work out it's fine at least I can say I tried right because I learn from every experience variance I've ever had every job I've ever had if nothing else I've learned that that's not what I wanNA do right and so I knew that going in it was going to be a a lot of work and it was going to be hard but I observed and I watched the the clinic nurses and how the providers worked and at the time time I rotated in their sexual health clinic because my background was women's health yet so I did a lot of contraception a lot of pregnancy prevention. Provide chain a lot of lactation things like that so my background was women's health and then so I started rotating the sexual health clinic than they had me doing. Vaccinations nations then I started working in. HIV became credentialed with Academy of HIV medicine. Because that became a passion of mine and then Dan also worked in tuberculosis mile so just really all things communicable disease and so my background and how I did. My residency was all in in hospital an inpatient care but I always had that like under layer of infectious disease knowledge right so I wasn't as familiar with the communicable diseases but I always had that infectious infectious disease background. And so it's sort of really married my passion to help others in such an immediate get setting with my love of sort of the data and the evidence in sort of the yeah the ability to really impact patient care and so it really married those two things together and I saw it as an amazing opportunity to increase the health and wellness of my community. So I always tease and say I may not have been the perfect pharmacist. Because I WANNA get people off their medication and I want to prevent disease and not not have a pill for every ill but I think it's a perfect fit as being a public health. Pharmacist has now I get to help. People people live their best lives right and to be healthy and well and to prevent them from getting you know things like committee egg. SF less and of course HIV. which is a a huge passion of mine? And so I think it's just grown grown over over time and now with my My love of working with the Lgbtq community because of their health disparities and because of their vulnerabilities and really that came out of a student that I had so cautious just like almost ten years ago now I had a student. I was in the middle of teaching. My Women's health lecture came up to me after class and said. Can I meet with you. Dr Madison. I said of course no problem so came to my office and disclosed to me that they were Trans Trans Masculine and wanted to know what they could. Due to get PAP smear because they still had they hadn't gone through sex reassignment surgery and then asked me if they felt that it would be appropriate to get get a hysterectomy during Christmas break and I was like Let's talk about this. Yeah that's probably not the best time for you to do your bottom surgery right right. So but the fact that they disclosed. And we're so open and honest and vulnerable and raw with me like I just was like. Wow what am I putting out that at this person felt so comfortable with me and so it really ignited this passion for for helping the LGBTQ community. And then I just happen to sort of this provider fell in my lap. His name's Rob Phoenix. He's an amazing nurse practitioner and he was looking for some help with some research studies and then I transitioned to working in his clinic. After I came back from maternity leave for the second time which was pretty amazing and so just that passion Shen in that knowledge that I can help people and I can leave work feeling like I did good news. I can't I can't our state that can't put a price on it and I just I wanna I WANNA help other pharmacists to do that. As well into their impacting their communities and they're trying to push our our profession forward and really be identified as true providers of of clinical services and clinical care. 'cause I have that luxury auxiliary and I know there's some pharmacies out there that maybe are looking for a new avenue or a new aspect to their career and I really want to advocate for public health. Well and you talked about how as humans we connection. And we need to have and what you're doing is you're providing a connection to people who don't have maybe the resource-poor I four the doctor or the specialist that they feel is maybe qualified to help them through a lot of these things. Because I mean you you research the deeply And maybe the compassion right to spend the time with them to help them with that. So I think that's a really beautiful and I love that you're you've taken the experience and education Russian and turned it into purpose work. That's really amazing Have questions that I ask everyone that. Come on the show so I have to ask you if you were to look look at a younger version of Dr Madison Young Doctor Madison before all the letters. Oh goodness you're so cute. What advice would you give her Such a good question so what I tell my younger self. I would tell her that you are destined for great things and that you will impact your community. More than you'll ever know was even possible and not to doubt yourself because you are capable you are strong and you are worthy. I love that it's really beautiful. How old would you imagine that younger version of yourself resolve to be twenty-five? Yeah Yeah it's like a year after. I graduated from Pharmacy School and I was like. What am I do what I wanted and you weren't? We've been right like I'm going to go down to win. The magic happens is when we're kind of like I don't know what I'm doing but I'm GonNa keep saying yes and leaning into the things that I love and that's when it leads you to the right stuff it it leaves your. I believe in the fact that we all have never passionate are its purpose work for US rating and we we can take these really big careers and make them purposeful. It doesn't have to be that we go off mountain for months and meditate we can. I'd like that. Yeah that would be. Have you ever vacation. If you were to be leaving this earth behind you need to leave behind a nugget gold negative wisdom for inspiration. What would that nugget nuggets look like Samaya? I knew it would be. Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. They tell my students genesis all the time so as women I feel like we never take a chance on ourselves when we don't think the situation is perfect and we don't want to take that leap of faith because we're afraid of the possibility of failing or looking like we don't know what we're doing thing and so I really feel like you know. Don't be afraid to fall tacos fall apart. We Love Them. I'm going to use that right. Yes I love So you know I I really feel like. Don't don't wait till the situation. Relation is perfect. And don't let a good opportunity pass you by because you didn't feel like you were prepared so be prepared to take take the opportunity when it comes to you and even if you don't know the answer say yes and find out yeah right so like I do that all the time and and you know the fact that you asked me to be on this podcast this fell in my lap. And I'm like Oh my gosh and I I I really feel like everything happens for a reason. And we're all where we're supposed to be at that time and at that moment and and if I could tell my younger self anything and see where I was today I would never have imagined all of the things that I've been able to accomplish and just the sheer number of opportunities so I can say that. Maybe I'm lucky but really luck is preparation and timing right so I can't say I'm lucky but I was prepared. Yeah so when those opportunities came to me I could really grasp them and think about it later right so I just kinda jumped forward and then later I'm going to go. Oh my gosh what was but ultimately you. You know I've just I've really been so blessed with the opportunity and the thread through it all has been. How do I help nope others? Yeah I think it's like the messy s right. It's like saying yes before you're ready. The Massey is I think of it as like at the Yes with the hair and the top not it with like the coffee and like I don't know you're Kinda like this is my messy. Yes I mean. You're talking about the preparation. I think the preparation is truly in my opinion. A mindset right because a a Lotta Times. I've found that I've been offered opportunity and even now like I've got I have an upcoming out. I didn't know tech. I read very thick books so I would no but I knew that this thing was leaning into I knew that it was the developers hire new. This and I said yes and then ordered Sun Books Amazon Amazon and started reaching out to mentors and be like all right. I'm doing this thing. Help me like fill out the messy. Yes like I've shown up for it but now I have to have to figure the rest of it out. I think such beautiful things come from the messy like moving forward without perfection. Right moving forward and just don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. I love it I love it. I WanNa thank you for being on the show and for everything that you share. I think it's so so important that we talk about these things. I think it's so important that people feel supported and that they have access to their their questions and concerns. If anyone wanted to follow your find you where can they go gas. It's a great question actually an launching my website called the public health farthest eleven. So Oh you can find me on the Public Health Pharmacists. It'll have all kinds of information about public health resources where to go..
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Welcome to gold with Jeanette Schneider negative inspiration for a bigger battery more purposeful corporate America to advocate for women and girls life love the boardroom and the marketplace now the CEO of my own media company my goal is to change the world for my daughter and her friends my first Book Lor Harnessing Your Pass to create your future drop late twenty eighteen and is based on what women wish they would have known when they were girls this is purposeful content via conversations and safe place for us to show our gold and our dreams for the future we record every week from the sound studio at the space lv we Zupan grass had the dream life a big beautiful home cars votes and a perfect marriage with a fantastic has been but all of that came crashing down after the great financial crisis of two thousand eight forcing them to sell everything but also inspiring chapter two of their lives at least shares with us the struggles she faced after leaving Australia I start in New York City now she went from Nineteen fifties style housewife to a self reliant entrepreneur lease upon glasses founder and CEO of canvas and hide a luxury that company based in Brooklyn New York claimed interior designer and fashion stylus in her Australian Homeland Lisa has over twenty years experienced has propelled her to the forefront of fashion and beauty on an international stage although she was at the forefront of the fashion industry in Australia she immersed herself a new challenge in the states and intense education intricacies of the manufacturing process to ensure quality control lisa delved into researching and learning the craft of luxury handbag construction for over a year determined I the finest quality and sustainable materials and partnership with environmentally responsible factories Lisa collaborated with factories in Italy and the US with a strong vision and meticulous research inch canvas and hide was born today listen I discussed her business being born out of necessity as a single mom turning pivots into pure oats when facing challenges and how true magic happens just outside of our comfort zone let's dig in I'm so excited to introduce audience today Lisa Pond Grassi's thank you for calling in from New York thank you for having me yeah absolutely absolutely I I'm so excited to talk to you because we have mutual friends who who put us together some people that I love in New York and they wanted to share your story and I was we were talking a little bit before we got started and there's a word that was used in conversation that has become a big word in my life that is the word pivots and I love what you're doing and your story because you have made a big pivotal in life and a lot of people are very fearful of having to change direction and so I wanted to dig into that with you because I think it's an inspiration all story and I know it starts in Sydney married with your husband two thousand eight what happened well ahead dream life I had the beautiful big house and Beautiful Goddamn beautiful 'cause votes fantastic husband perfect marriage and Two Thousand Eight was illustrated what we call the GMC 'cause we shorten everything in the crate financial crisis in a lot of people lost a lot of money including US so I remember my husband coming harm and being really really sad and saying honey we've got to sell the house and I think I'd been shopping at indy the day before I had no idea I had just had no idea and then our world the pot basically but we rallied and we sold the house and we took our daughter out of private school and sold caused and all of that and I remember saying to him honey why don't we just take amber a little girl and go away for you go somewhere really different and have a change of scenery and I don't know have a sea change so we did and we came to New York and that was the beginning of this pot of the journey that I guess is is chapter to allow lives in that chapter two I know that you you shared with me that you know you're looking for I start but it seems like every time you guys would start to be like okay direction change there was a new little like bump in the script like it was like okay let's just see about that and you mentioned that you had a trusted friend who is going to help you kind of rebound so yes I had a friend that I'd known since nineteen who is a loya and he befriended both of us when we moved to New York does he live there as well and he said Oh I'm investing in these Hedge Fund and I can get you in which is apparently how they speak are now no and and my husband who had had lost a substantial amount of money was tentative at first and then you know poodle obedient and then he had the return uh-huh and then we had the statements of money that we were making that was being rolled back in and we did that for a number of years king and we were accruing credit or capital into this fund and turns out that none of it was real it was a Ponzi game and he threw himself in the Hudson survived and is now in jail but it was just another you ride another bump in the road and other hurdle how could we have been so stupid after everything we'd been through you know really blamed ourselves for maybe not doing the right thing diligence and working at all out wow it just you never know who you can trust and who you can't but yeah he he took a Lotta people down including his on family and his closest closest friends it's interesting to me because I come back I come from the financial services background I it was in in finance and it's it's so amazing how predatory behavior can can infiltrate that part of the world and you talk about kind of rescuing people or not me I've seen this in in some of the hedge funds and quasi schemes and things like that like you're gonNa try to help this person and instead you lose everything and I think one of the things that was really interesting to me is when we I talking before we we started the parks you're sharing with me that you considered yourself almost like a nineteen fifties housewife tell me about that and that dynamic with your spend so I married a man nineteen years older than me and had gosh had like the perfect marriage he had three children from a previous marriage so when we lived together the first summer like the Brady Bunch instant family and I loved it I just I took to it like a duck to water with everything I ever wanted a big fan only then we had our own child Yeah Wow it's making me national distinct and so I became that really subservient you know don't get me wrong I I wasn't wearing an apron and hoovering but as I was definitely taking a backseat and just doing everything I could to be the perfect life the perfect mom have the perfect house and get it Brian because that's what I thought I needed to do it's so funny when you look back and you look at your younger self and think about what you value it back then and I did value that that was really important for me to make a beautiful family and a beautiful home but I kind of lost myself a little bit in that yeah I can understand that when you were in when you were in New York I know that you guys had more challenges that that came up and your husband headed back to see any if I'm not mistaken is all right so he did it was a long really sad process my husband had Cielo Chronic lymphocytic leukemia and got to a stage where he needed to go back to Australia to have treatment so he did and the treatment was I think it was it was chemo and radiotherapy took about six and a half months on so we were kind of forced to be a pot even though every holidays we would go and meet in in other places halfway between I kind of in that time was forced to take control of all of our life and schooling and I don't know if you have kids going to high school in New York but just that whole application process of getting your kids into school is it's insane it's an old interviews and applications and essays and tests and and I did that with her on my own and then then I had a horrible accident I used to cycle on the west side highway and I was cycling one day and someone hitting South came into my Latin and he's handled by hit my finger which was on the break of my racing bike and seventy on the spot so yep pretty horrible accident to have but you know I went ahead and amputation and I had to heal from that and I guess what it did in a way that it made me stronger it made me grow up a little bit well it sounds like while your husband was you know unfortunately and having his his chemotherapy and radiation therapy it sounds like you were also kind of stepping into parts of yourself right burke a known to some extent yeah losing pots myself on the west side highway myself yeah so it was of a journey back to that person that you might have lost in marriage you're finding it in New York City of all places using that insane yeah totally Dude myself and then my husband came back to New York when we found out that friend on Charlie Bennett head through himself in the Hudson so he flew back and then own my gosh two days off to my husband arrived my mother had a stroke so I left and flew back well enough so it caused us to unravel as as a couple yeah what was that that decision would adopt like I was so sad it was heartbreaking actually really really sad but you know we both wanted different games it's so interesting in a marriage you can you can be so compatible but if.
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"She had her dream job working directly with Ayla celebrities throwing Slinky Oscar parties traveling around the world and in the room with the most well known business leaders at the top of her game she was also dealing with burnout and struggling with infertility pulling it together through adrenaline and caffeine. She finally finally realized she wasn't living out her true. Potential Megan and I discussed the hard decision to leave a comfortable job to find your passion. The death of identity and the birth of impact it Megan mcardle created the platform and podcast power your purpose to empower women to step into their true purpose and potential in life she host events and experiences around the globe to bring women together in a meaningful way for greater impact. Megan digs into the transition between lives the messy start that is so important and the difference between those on the sidelines and those is in the arena. She gives us some practical tips for productivity and throws the term multitasking under the bus. She encourages us to focus on those things that truly matter in order to be most effective. Let's dig in. I am so excited to have on with me today. Megan Megan ACCARDO. Thank you so much joining me on gold. Yes thank you for having me no fun yes so I I was we were just talking before. We got started. We've lived in a lot of ways very similar parallel situations and I think that's why some of what what you share with the world and what you're doing resonates so deeply with me and I just find it fascinating sorry I was hoping that we could start a little bit because I know that you you left a very highly highly successful cushy job to do where what your passion and your purpose pulled you toward and I would love to dig in a little bit about that that kind of decision to move away from something that provided such comfort to something that was possibly scary brave but at the same time so needed and I would love you to share with us what that pujols and when you finally made that decision yes so I was basically working in events and working being in the Corporate America life and loving it and thought that would be my life forever and ever I really that was my track and I didn't see anything anything different really and so I worked my way up through this sort of entertainment events and business conferences. I worked at Ucla Anderson for six years doing business conferences for them so this working with successful leaders around the world and then I landed my dream job Bob in entertainment at ca creative artists agency running all of their events for all thirteen offices globally and across all different divisions so it was across film and Television and Music and sports and marketing just anything and everything that you can think of and it was so much fun. It really was my dream career. It was something that I felt like I had worked so hard for and all my experience kind of aligned into being the perfect for this job and I actually got recruited when I lived in Kansas City my husband and I moved to Kansas City for a couple of years and I got recurred occurred. It and I was like Oh my gosh this is you had to do it. That's a big job. That's fancy pants in career making aching. I could see that s exactly and and just the way that it happened. I wasn't looking I mean I always had wanted that sort of job. Bob But it was it was just all the starter sort of aligned and so it felt really meant to be and I really believe that it was meant to be in so we made the move from Kansas City backed. La where we met and I'm talking about me and my husband we have fallen in love and Matt and then we made the move back to La and I worked there for four years and it was a wonderful for years I'm so grateful for everything and all the experience and I got to work on all the DNC entertainment entertainment parties and go to the film festivals and all these things but there is something inside that was sort of a missing or offer. There's like a lack of greater fulfil and I think for me. I was hiding behind this big brand of a name and and it's probably not the case for everyone but for me I just Kinda felt like it was almost a crutch in a sort of way that I knew that I had stories. I could share and I I just didn't know how to get in touch with my own confidence and identity and it was sort of like you know I just I went on a path for a search for fulfillment basically and it took a body year. I would say I spent about a year. I I would wake up really early in the morning and I started reading and listening to podcasts in starting to just kind of share my story because I think when you you live for so long kind of hidden you don't even know how to get in touch with that and I don't know if that's something that url listeners would relate to you bet I kind of grew up not even really in touch with what my value was and what I had to share with the world and what my gifts were I mean I knew I was good at events like I knew I was good in the corporate life and I was always go to school but I didn't know like my innate personal values so that was more more of a a journey to discover it and it took some time you mentioned you mentioned before that before we get started. There's also some health health issues that had kind of arisen. was that kind of the the catalyst to realize like I'm unhappy to the health issues hit I or was it more than that. Just kind of like something's missing in in the purpose the health issues were huge yeah. I it was was it was health I to answer question yes because I was just running on stress and basically I had burned out my adrenal glands. I was over functioning during the day and my job because I had to and I was good at my job and then I was just coming home and collapsing and I I didn't realize but I was developing all these food sensitivities and I realized I had a sensitivity to gluten alcohol and all these things that I was just consuming on a daily basis best and so I basically would collapse when I got home and then it was starting to take a lot of time to wake up in the morning kind of felt like I woke up and I got hit by by a truck. I wasn't depressed like it wasn't like depression or anxiety but it just was physical. It was a physical toll all that my body was taking from just burning it into the ground and so I started to experiment with different diets and had a bunch of different functional doctor doctors that I went to and just started to explore that side of it and I remember one functional doctor. He was like yeah. Just go quit your you have to quit your job yet. Healthy like what do you WanNa to do to get well and I was like. Are you insane. What my job like. I live for this job. This is my dream job so it took about a year after that to finally listen then and to say okay you know. I think my body's GonNa hate me like I just couldn't do it anymore. I just got to the point where I was really really really burned out and one thing that happened to his. I had a very extreme extremely stressful work project and I got burned out but I didn't even realize that it sort of accumulates and when the work project was over is just thought I'd go back to normal but I never like really really really dealt with it and I was so burned out already that I just couldn't eliminate my body just couldn't eliminate toxins fast enough and so first for year it just sort of was in the background and I hadn't dealt with it and so it just was affecting everything and I realized I had sort of press the reset that button and that that made me takes drastic measures because I had to I had to that point do something very drastic. It's interest. I quit my job. No I understand that I think enough has been really interesting to me is lately especially on this journey as I got to know different experts at a neurologist on recently Bentley who is sharing with me that stress and all of the things that it produces a lot of times. Our Body is the first line of defense. It's the first thing that Kinda throughout the flag and be like hey hey you're you're running on empty and it creates brain inflammation and gut issues and stress and sleeplessness and you have have to drink coffee to wake up you have to drink wine.
"schneider" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Welcome to cold with genetic schneider negative inspiration for a bigger better more purposeful life each share wisdom insights and gold from those living their very best lives after twenty three years and finance and a fancy s v._p. Title i left corporate corporate america to advocate for women and girls life love the boardroom and the marketplace now the c._e._o. Of my own media company my goal is to change the world for my daughter and her friends in my first book lower harnessing your pass to create your future drops late twenty eighteen and is based on what women wish they would have known when they were girls. This is purposeful content fit conversations member stations in a safe place for us to show our goals and our dreams for the future. We record every week from the sound studio at the space l._v. Everyone and ruthie aromas life knew she was going to be a doctor except ruthie. She had a ton of big ideas about fashion interior design and being a physician to the stars until her brother's untimely family duck and a trip to botswana where she got first inexperienced with women's global health after understanding how cervical cancer changed a woman's life body and personal identity. She knew she found her calling ruthie details her grief after her brother's death and how empathy has changed her as a person and as a physician we talk about a women's relationship with her doctor what women still don't know about their bodies and her awareness that we manage sex through fear in most cultures she also discusses sexual assault from the perspective of a physician and women's rights advocate dr ruth. The aroma is georgetown university trained o._b._g._y._n. With a passion to discuss health in a way that it's accessible to every woman the sole o._b._g._y._n. At texas hoogly medical associates and mansfield texas she takes care of a range of o._b._g._y._n. Concerns specializes in care for p. c. o. s. fibroids fibroids and infertility doctor is also the host of the pretty in pink podcast in order to empower women's make better decisions when it comes to their personal health and wellbeing dr dr ramallah also digs into the importance of modeling behavior and how her mother became her mentor. There is no do as i say not as i do. She talks about choosing your mentors curate creating your own social media experiences and why it's important to shoot your shot when asking someone to minto let's dig in. I am thrilled to have on with me today dr rookie of ramallah as she is an o._b._g._y._n. With a podcast purpose thank you so so much for being on my show. It's my pleasure to be here. I love what you're doing. I was sharing <hes> with the good doctor that before we got started that i love talking to women especially in professional spaces who are helping women and i know that you have a podcast. <hes> coal is pretty in pink and really think yes yeah and where you're sharing what you know about <hes> <hes> women. I'm in being a doctor and talking about wellness and i just love what you're doing. It's it's career with purpose wanted to dig into that with you and find out what led you on this this path. Why did you choose <hes> this specific. <hes> kind of <hes> route as far as medicine is concerned and how does that play into what you're doing in in life ginette <hes> i i would say that. I never really knew that i was going to be a physician. I was always told told that because i happen to be one of those girls that are one of those kids that was always somewhere in the top of my class <hes> <unk> i graduated from high school at as about who torian first black female valedictorian in my county maryland poland and i also was ahead about thinks seventy something credits for college including a._p. Classes susan taking some university classes so of course all mike hausler. Everybody was like you know to be adapted like that's just yeah how it was and i actually went to prove them all wrong. I want it to be this like you'll totally wanted to be a sex therapist. I hadn't had sex but i knew it was gonna be cool to talk to people about their most intimate parts of their beings uh-huh and i thought okay well my older sisters. Their into fashion had a sister who is a fashion bottle and she had a clothing line. Aren't you actually opened the clothing line of saying year that i was wondering from high school two thousand and three so i thought oh my god she's like the most fabulous human gene you've ever met and i wanted to be her and then my other sister was a wedding planner or more like event planners. I thought okay i could be like her. I could do interior decorating in there. We'll have the trifecta and so. I like the way for some reason i kept being pushed back. Atkin being pushed back in so i took my m cats which is the entrance exam and i did really well on it. Ah like freakishly on it and that was kind of unheard of right because a lot of people have that is in tarrant is that that exam is so crazy easy and i actually did a lot of in retrospect self sabotage in that my parents paid for princeton review course who back then was like eighteen hundred hundred dollars and i would like a way to the class twice. <hes> i went to twelve week lasts twice. I like like would come up with all these ideas as to how i shouldn't do this and adjust kept pushing me back but as i got older and i got into i started do the master's in public health and i started realizing that although i thought kay i'm going to change the world i'm gonna like nab deviated away from just trying to be like my the sisters on our way to leave my own legacy and i was like twenty one thinking about my legacy and i wanted to change the world. I wanted to change african countries countries. How medicine is seen all across the world but when i was doing that i realized i knew a lot about the epidemiology the the prevalence the incidence of different diseases but i had absolutely no idea what diabetes was. I didn't know oh what a my <unk> myocardial infarction was. I didn't know what blood clotting your legs and lungs really meant. I just knew that the this allowed to have them and we gotta stop this <hes> and so me wanting to dive deeper just like you say dive dive deeper me wanting to really get into the nitty gritty of diseases conditions. I really felt the need that i needed to become an expert in that field and so that's why i chose to go into medicine and chose to go into medicine also because i was that superficial right i. I thought i'm going to the doctor to the stars. Supplies will be the cy. I can't be the model. I can't be the interior decorator but i'm going to one up on them and i'm going to be physician to the sars i went in devotee algae all all the way and then i decided that you know during my third and fourth year medical school actually i should say this beginning of thirty of medical school. My brother passed away and so that was really devastating nash. She shifted my life in so many ways now looking back at it all these years later but when that happened. I saw this a good time to get some extra. Quote unquote call accolades that you're gonna help me better dermatology resident while dealing with the process of grief and bereavement and absolutely had no idea what i was doing. I just thought i need to be there more for my family and i don't need to be stressed out in medical school so i took this time off and i spent a yearbook lana doing medical research to end the morphing into telemedicine research what is started off as dermatology research and as i was doing it i realized that this is not for me like going in and out every day looking or cancer. It's four someone but it's not for me. I needed more. I needed more sergiy. Really that's where i signed up thought i need anymore. Surgery so i started re shadowing different <hes> specialties in botswana and i read up on this doctor dr who did what they call see intrigued see intriguing is how they manage cervical cancer health or several cancer prevention prevention in there will countries they use acidic acid which is known as table vinegar importance of edina. They look for changes in the cells at if there is a change they treated immediately because they know the once they have an active patient. That might be it for lifetime. That's what they did and i thought this was amazing but the second highest country in terms of the incident the prevalence prevalence of h._i._v. and when you have h._i._v. Your your immune system is compromised so you tend to have diseases and conditions that many people can fight off in that includes changes in your servants and that could lead to several cancer can be very devastating. It can be devastating to not just who a woman is but how you see yourself because many women end up having radiation therapy. They can't have intercourse. They can't have kids civil end up with what we call a barbie barbie pelaez with no vagina.