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AP News Radio
Sorokin stellar again, Islanders beat Capitals in shootout
"Bohr van and Kyle Palmer provided shootout goals as the islanders knocked off the caps two to one. Corvette was relieved and thankful to help the owls win. I had a couple of looks there and over time that I wish would have went in, but I ended up getting them back there in the shootout. So definitely felt good. Phones they made a heck of a move there to end it, so it was pretty good. The other goals came two and a half minutes apart early in the second period with Pierre and Val scoring for the isles and Connor sherry countering for the capitals. Ilya siroc and did some of his best work late in regulation and OT, finishing with 25 saves. The aisles have a magic number of 9 for a playoff birth. Dave ferry, Washington.
THE EMBC NETWORK
"sherry" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"Wow. Don't you go like skimming through the big celebrations is like, okay, then this, let's move to something else than this. I want to welcome some of the people join us. Hi Selma, hi, everybody. Let us know where you connecting from. And jump in the conversation, share with us your questions for sherry and me. I think sometime the pictures stops from Wi-Fi. But so let's go back because this is all exciting. So you obviously reach a 7 figure business. And then you're like, okay, let me do next. Let me go to the chapter. Do you take time to just stop and celebrate that? And be proud. I wish I would do that more. And I think a lot of entrepreneurs struggle with that because there's always that next thing. You're working towards to stop and I do remember my first 5 figure day I'd closed over $75,000 in sales in 45 minutes. After a webinar, it was my first really successful webinar. And I remember definitely being on a bit of a high that day and it wasn't necessarily for the money was more the experience. Of course, that was definitely adrenaline building. But if you also that achievement of crossing a finish line, you know, I was saying, I was able to do that, that this was something I wanted to do, and it was something I was able to do. So that was definitely a great feeling. Well done. Well done. Congratulations. And it's also helps you strengthen your confidence. Through real results, you're like, you know, I've done it. I don't need to prove myself again, and somehow you find yourself attracting more of it. It's more than anything. Yeah, thank you. We have some nice comments for you. Amazing personality and proud and all of that. So this is very good, Jerry. So let's go back. So I told you to send me something about the snow and your picture is so beautiful. And it was your path. Is it linked to your first love and entrepreneur for having started with that? Or is it something that you just connected with? I didn't follow what you said. You started your experience with a shop for pets. Yeah, that's how you start in your entrepreneurial. Yeah. So is that a business side of you or is it something that you grow into becoming year after year? You know, I have to say that entrepreneurialism is largely in your blood. It's definitely part of your DNA and I think that it's becoming more and more trending nowadays to be an entrepreneur. But I think that a lot of entrepreneurialism requires a risk taker, that person to jump into the unknown, the ability to work with the idea of not knowing a reliable paycheck or a pension or health insurance, all of those things. So it takes a certain type of personality to just really believe in themselves so much that for them it is far worse to work for somebody else and do a 9 to 5 and punch in and part of it. In my world, that's like hell. I would be signing up for help the day I'd have to have a job. So as an entrepreneur, you are excited to create. Yes. Excited.
THE EMBC NETWORK
"sherry" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"Welcome everyone to the women's empowerment series. Welcome to episode 41 and I am such an honor and honor to have sherry thacker's thacker with us from Montreal, Canada. So sherry is such a wonderful to have you in this beautiful episode today. Thank you for having me. I love that intro. Get us in the mood. And then we get so the woman's empowerment series is our series where we have a conversation about empowerment, but also about work and the experience that you have. So we have guests and leaders, women leaders from all around the world who are doing incredible work. And the idea is to be inspiring to give some tips to give some advice and to share your journey because more we share stories more we become a really role models and that's what the word needs more of today is leaders to stand out and to be able to share their journey with others. So it's really an honor to have you. You are an incredible female leader with so much. You really are. We're not going to say we're talking about the 80s before coming in, but we might come in in the conversation. I can remember the 80s. Yeah, we all do. You know, yeah. So I'll let you introduce yourself, tell us about what you do, your work, your focus, and your journey. Thank you. I've been an entrepreneur for the last 25 years. I started off owning a little retail pet store. Back in jeez, 1990 6, 97. And yeah, it was a great experience at the time of my first introduction to two business. And we went on to work with my dad in the car leasing and sales company. Started a woman's entrepreneurial networking system for about 6 years in the early 2000s right when webinars were just starting to PC webinar, I think it was called way back then.
Ask The Health Expert
"sherry" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"So we talk so much on this show about food, go figure, and exercise, and supplements. But it's interesting over the course of the last 18 months. I've been very much focused on healing my nervous system and just kind of what the effect of some grief and trauma has done to me. And the results have been profound. So much so that my team, for one of my companies, was like, hey, we noticed, you know, in the last 18 months, we've known the ship, and we want you to keep doing that. I'm like, okay. So I'm really excited about our guest today. I've known her now for, gosh, I think three or four years, and she came out with a book recently, it just a courageous, powerful book called touching two worlds, a guide to finding hope in the lands without escape of loss. And she wrote this book after going through some serious loss on her own. I'm going to let you eat her explain this during the interview. But really she started to look at how do we navigate grief and, you know, the answer is we navigate grief probably with wine and movies and ignoring it, which as if you're navigating and you know doesn't work. And you probably heard your body keep score. And if you don't learn for ways to release these things, it can end up doing anything from cancer heart disease, just weight loss resistance on down. So I'm really excited to delve into this. You're probably going to get more of this on our show because I think we really need to start looking at how we can heal, balance, reprogram, reset our nervous system. So I have doctor sherry walling with me. She's a clinical psychologist, a speaker podcaster author and mental health advocate. She is the founder of zen founder, which is where she helps entrepreneurs and leaders navigate complex human experiences. She also has a zen founder podcast, which has been called a must listen by both Forbes and entrepreneur magazine and again she is now the author of touching two worlds. This is her second book. She and her husband rob live in Minneapolis and they said, spends a lot of time driving her kids to music lessons. Ha ha. But also, she is a circus aerialist, which is super cool. And she'll explain
The Eric Metaxas Show
Brant Hanson Discusses His New Book 'Unoffendable'
"I get to talk to someone that I know on a subject that I consider important. His name is Brant Hanson. The book is unoffending how just one change can make all of life better, Brandt, Hanson, welcome back. Thank you. Thank you, Eric metaxas. It's good to be back. Okay, just to cut to the chase. Now, look, you're a nationally syndicated radio host. And you do something called a podcast called the Brandt and sherry odd cast. Sherry is your wife? No, she's my producer. You produce. Your wife know about this. Does your wife know about this podcast? And you're also work with cure international, but okay, we've met and we like to joke around. But this is a really serious subject. Your book is called able. It has sold a zillion copies, this is the revised and updated version, asks the question, well, you tell me, 'cause I can read it. The crazy question. Look, well, the crazy, is it possible to live a life where you're putting off anger where you're not angry all the time. Okay, so on the back of the book it says, here's a crazy question. What if we decided not to be offended? So what do we mean? What do you mean by that? The book is titled an offender, so obviously that's what you deal with. But what does that mean not to be offended not to be angry all the time? I'm talking about giving up your right to offense, giving up your right to anger, anger is a fight or flight response. That's what it's supposed to be. So all these physiological things happen to us, we're not supposed to live there, though. It kills us. It's terrible for its physically spiritually everything, but we've made it into an art form where we think we're supposed to be angry all the time about everything. And there's no shortage of things to be angry about. Legitimate things. There's no short and there never will be a shortage. Actually, that's very important to say. There is no shortage of things to be angry about. The level of injustice in the world, the evil in the world, the question is, how do we deal with that? And the bigger question would be, I would ask, how does God want me to deal with it?
AP News Radio
Sherri Shepherd's excited to be herself on new talk show
"Sherry shepherd will host her own talk show when sherry hits the air next week With the latest Sherri shepherd was part of the view for 7 years and now she breaks out on her own She will combine a look at pop culture with real people's stories and plenty of comedy Shepherd says she asked Oprah Winfrey for advice and took 15 pages of notes Shepherd says she has also been in touch with singer actor Jennifer Hudson who is starting her own talk show on the same day I'm so excited for her because her success is
"sherry" Discussed on Car Talk
"To listening to car talk on national public radio with us click and collect the tavern brothers. And we hear, of course, to answer your questions about cars and Kyrie pair, and anything else you want to talk about. I mean, we're willing to do you want to talk about we've already talked about geography. Get this now. Get this. This isn't the same letter you read early. I have a question for you. It's not about my car. The question I have is about something I heard you say one day as I listened on my local NPR station W SSU. The statement where is that? Let me ask you a Springfield of the like. The statement was in regard to the comma, which is placed between the city or town of village a wide place in the road and the state. I would stake my life that you said the comma does not belong there with the postal service's two letter abbreviations. Since you say it, I believe it. Isn't that great of Rosemarie Hutchins? But my family, Friends, Cole workers, and everyone else I know says I'm nuts. And what the two mechanics know about addresses anyway. Not much. However, provides me with something official that verifies what you said. Can you tell me where I can locate such a document? Well, I didn't believe you when you said you were the one that made this erroneous case. And I went and looked up in my 8th grade English book that I had the presence of mind to steal when I was in 8th grade. My warners English book. Excellent. Excellent. And and head to karma. It had the clone but because there were no zip codes at the time and they did not use the same two letter designations. You notice all the states have two letter capital letters. MA, AK. LA, they did not use those then. And Rosemarie, you go to your local post office. That's the only place you need to go and they will tell you the official way to address a letter and they will tell you it is Boston. No comma. That's it. Are we kidding? She said, because I said it. She believed it. And I think that's wonderful that she has such faith. Well, I'm not. Well, anyway, yeah, so now what? Well, I'm ready to take a call, but I just wanted to mention that this is normal to the time where we introduced a new puzzler. Going? But the puzzler is what? On vacation with Ken Rogers. Still lousy. This is wife. And also on vacation it is. But we're hoping that a little break will do the puzzle some good at it. It's done good for the puzzler in the past. It has. That's right. Every time when we think that we have no more puzzles, that there is nothing else puzzling in the world, and we should close down the patent office, our faithful listeners come through with two or three or three good puzzles. We try to stretch out for the whole year. Anyway, if you have a puzzle suggestion for us or our suggestion of any kind, we'd love to see it. We'd love to see it in writing. What if someone actually had an idea for a puzzle that they would like us to use? Well, then send it to the following address. Good. You ready? Yeah. Puzzle of tower. Yeah. Not as lousy as usual, puzzle division. Car talk Plaza, 6 30, Commonwealth avenue, Boston. Our fair city, no comma. Not good. Zero two two one 5. That's it. That's all I have to say. I was going to ask you a question. Three three two 9 two 8 hold on. Here's the question, here's the question. What if we had not four or 5, but three or four? Great puzzlers and the rest? Not non lousy. What would be the proper strategy for interspersing the great ones? I know the proper strategy. Would you start right out? I'm in September bingo with a real one whopper. So we can look forward to real garbage first. And that's what I've been doing for years. I have the strategy, don't worry. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7 hello your own car talk. This is Bjorn Johnson. I'm in New York City. Bjorn? Yeah. As in Martin Van Buren? No, no, as a Bjorn like the tennis player. Bjorn. There you go. Bjorn from NYC. There you go. So what's up man? Actual NYC like Manhattan? Actual rate in the very midst of Manhattan. That's right. Good for you. And having lived here since 1979, I have had to own an automobile. Really? That's right, but my business is now taking me to California sometimes soon. As a matter of fact, I was hoping to be gone there now,
"sherry" Discussed on Car Talk
"Tapered brothers and we're broadcasting this week from the real estate division here at talk Plaza. As we alluded to last week, the hate mail division needs to expand. I can't believe the number of people who have the time and are willing to put in the energy to write a letter of hatred. Hate mail. And we'll spend 29 cents to mail it to us. We got rooms full of stuff. Yes, it is. It is amazing. The volume of vehemence. A volume, is that one of the collective nonsense. Anyway, dude was a tremendous volume. There's just no room left at the current character Plaza site and besides dying to get rid of us anyway. So we've been kind of looking around at pieces of land in and around our fair city. Land, we're going to just camp out? Well, for the time, we will squat for us. And then we'll build later. I like that thing we saw over in Harvard square moving in with our parent company there. Oh, do we have? Will they mind? They never dare anyway. I don't know, I thought it would look pretty good. What do you think? I love it. I think we should still go ahead and do it. You don't have any other suggestions? Well, the only trouble is that I've been in the middle as you know of my research study of the cafe standards. Yes, is everyone knows cafe since a corporate average fuel economy, not in your vocabulary. However, I've been checking out all the cafes in Boston's Italian section, and I'm not quite finished, but that yet. So I would have to travel from Cambridge. I don't know if I can. Can I borrow your car? Sure. Well, look, keep us posted. You can be the real estate man. I am. I'm gonna look out the scouts, so to speak. Yeah. Keep us posted. Let me read some meal. Yeah, do you have anything good? Yeah, I do. One 803. No, no, this is important, actually. This is topical, actually. This is a piece of mail, which is recent. Hate mail division. 8 male division caught talk Plaza 6 to your fair as in not so hot city two two one 5. DMS two. That's not the meaning of fear. It's like a fair maiden. You wouldn't say fair maiden. That's a lot. Not so hard, huh? Well, feared fear good. Excellent. That's the primary man. This guy. All right, well, go ahead and rank. Doesn't think so. For the past few weekends, you've introduced your broadcast as encore presentations. This is an outrage, is probably the work of your staff philologist, evil sister. I am surely wrong. Or miss taken. The word encore as you know in your heart of hearts represents a request on the part of an audience that he has something again or to hear more asterisk at the bottom of the page, asterisk, encore, 1.9. I mean, now, at the man by an audience expressed by applause for an additional performance, yeah, we get the gist of it. Of course, Ronald made a car called an encore, which was full of crap as you all use of attention. All right. Like slimeball lawyers. Get to the vehement stuff. Like slimeball lawyers and politicians you have tried to shift the responsibility for your own lethargy to the very people who suffer for it. We haven't asked for these stale repeats, but you implied that we have that we have by calling them on course. Get off it. Why not say we're not sure we did last night, but we're in no condition to answer the phones. So here's a crummy old tape of a show you already heard. Yours in the quest for truth, Jefferson rank from sorry. What all due respect. We didn't come up with a stinking name on corporate presentation. Dougie did. Douglas Q Berman came up with it. So, I'll just send it to him. Send to. Doug all set. That's it. That was the best piece of meal you had. How well, anyway, great. We'll take a call. If you don't mind. No. Are you ready? Fine. Fine. One 800. Fine. That's what you want to do. That's what we'll do. 800, three, three, two, 9, two, 8, 7, feisty today. Hello, you're on car talk. Hi guys. Hi. Who is this? This is sherry. Sherry. Oh no. No. As in the sweet wine. As in, yes, sweet and dry as in humor. Yes, we got it. We're kidding. We. Are from sherry. I'm from calan the zoo Michigan. Yeah, I got a gal. Yeah? So? Why did you so how come you get nothing better to do than call us, sherry? Oh, gosh. Well, here's my concern. Yeah. I have an 87 mercury topaz. Thread. And it has two doors and 57,000 miles on it. 57,000 on each door are both together. Both. All together. Okay, we got it. Okay. Now, we're somewhat concerned here because it seems to be experiencing intermittent hot flashes. Well, it's at the right age. Well, I was wondering
The Doug Collins Podcast
Sheri Hooper, Founder of Interactive Neighborhood for Kids (INK), Saw a Need in Her Community
"But sheri has a unique story and one of the things we're gonna focus on a lot on this podcast is taking conservative ideas and putting them in the mainstream where many times those ideas or either hijacked is something only government can do and or that should only be in the realm of government or schools and others and sure you had this great idea and we're gonna talk about it today about a neighborhood for kids and we're not talking about a little neighborhood. We're talking about a kids where they can go and learn and explore and be themselves. But sherry, first off to our listeners, let's just jump right into this. Here you think about it. Tell us a little bit about your background and then sort of what led to this. I mean, you're a girl from lumpkin county. I mean, you know, what else tell us a little bit about you and then we'll get into the story. Okay. Born and raised in delonge. And with great family, background. And met the love of my life when I was about 21 in Maeve away. We quickly had kids three within 19 months apart. That would be twins if somebody's trying to calculate. And we moved back to Gainesville after my husband went through his fellowship residency and fellowship in Charlottesville, Virginia. And moving back into the community with small children, there was it was a challenge to find a place to go and have the kids play. And me as a mom feel safe. So starting out trying to get back in the community, met up with the sum of my ladies from church that had kids the same age. And we started play group in the basement of my home. And make a long story short, it grew so quickly because there was not only did I have that need, but many of the other moms in the community had that need to be able to get together, have their children play together and also have community within the moms or the
Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
Halloween Special Repeat of "Walk Like an Egyptian" a discussion with Comedy Club waitresses. Show 8a - burst 01
"We're gonna talk about what it's like being employees to comedy club ladies and gentlemen. Let's hear for patty soule sherry lane stove owner well. That was pretty incredible. Alright so let's get thing kick things off of padding sherri. We already talked to lenin earlier. Podcast she was a hostess kitchen manager house. Mc and being an entertainer in managing so my club so historically very important but the club also wouldn't have had it success without a really tremendous staff that stuck around for many years and part of that staff patti and sheri who were cocktail waitresses back in the day. So patty will start with you. How did you come to work for me. It laughs well first of all. I'd like to say that i was head. Waitress knows what that's all. She earned the title but above where we got that out of the way. Any millennial listening out there. It was okay to say that back. Then i actually got started laps unlimited. Because i was dating your bartender one of your bartenders. There and i came in one night with him. just to see the show and It was a birdcage secret person who this was. This was ben tony. Oh i didn't. I thought you guys met at the club so you guys previously and he brought you in. We had been dating for awhile then. Tony is another a entertainer slash employee that we interviewed in a previous show. So i knew you guys at data for a couple of years. But i didn't know it was. I thought you meant out laugh so it was pretty laugh. So that's interesting so you came in as a guest an audience member. Did you have a good time. I had a great time. I remember it was wonderful. And i just i loved the whole atmosphere of the club itself and they happen to be short a waitress that night and ben. Tony mentioned to you. Lyn was could have been. T- may be or bob bob. Probably you know my girlfriend is out there in the audience. And i know she's had cocktail waitress experience so so i i just kind of went. Sure i'll do it so i was waitress that night night instead of being in the audience. That's hilarious great
OC Talk Radio
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"We have a number of coaches books. Come out and i've been doing. This is about my thirtieth Interview i think We've have increased interest in having people wanting some coaching mentoring in the life. That nasty principles which we expected and so we have developed a few more Several experienced coaches and couple new ones that have brought on that have been doing have been practicing these principles for long time us. That people this to these are people who've been are ex clients of my or still clients of mine and they've been doing practicing these things for years and years some of them for well as long as almost as long as i've been teaching them and so we have that available for people who would like read the book or don't read the book and they are interested in these principles and how established daily habits. How little well rounded productive and successful life in would like some not just a lot of the coaching that we see is kind of like a raw sort of thing like go get up there and go get him. We teach some while we have plenty of Spending time with people and their visions in their goals we also teach them real skills to make dream systems. Most people like systems in their goals and runs at. That's what them so we teach real systems and then of course you've got your count ability so that we have that available and you will i get link or to that too so i can so so other people can get a hold of that and also i'll put a link on for your book but I would like linked to your coaching and to use so is that in. In the publicist material they received material. And it's like master info dot com that simple and i'm available sherry life master info dot com. I'm very accessible. If people want to talk to me well email me. Don't call me so they want they want to interact with me. Email me or do social media. I'm very. I'm very responsive to people got questions because i a mission charlie. I've got my own mission. So i make myself as accessible as i can bless you. What a wonderful. What a wonderful attitude. thank you so much sherry. It's it's been it's been a pleasure chatting with you. It has already. I really appreciate you helping me. And and i wish you well in the things that you've got going on you're trying to make a difference yourself and i feel that i appreciate that and i suspect you have a good following of people who are learning a lot from you thank you. That's very kind of you. I also want to thank our listeners. Tuning into the next chapter with charlie and until next. This is charlie hedges signing off by.
OC Talk Radio
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"With this simple fact that we are happy. We've talked about this earlier in our conversation that we are happier. When we're progressing this is what makes us happy that this would be the key to happiness is personal progression. We're happy when we're moving forward. Even slow which is long real. Growth is slow. That's what makes us happy. But in addition to that. If i have a big dreams little things i really want to see and do and bill in touch and being all these great big things i wanna do and i do have my clients do that very early on and i suggest that early in the book not because it's the most important but because it gets your dreamy and thinking big and you're not about to climb up kilimanjaro and i'd like to take spanish lessons and you know i'd like to be on all seven continents we start dreaming about all these different things that we want to do. It gets people excited and then we talk about in. The book gives instructions on how to develop your own mission statement on one line statement of how we get back. Can you give me a couple of years. Mission statement with with they might sound like. Do you have those at hand or is it to now on my own mission statement is that i use all my knowledge with the power to empower others to live with purpose and passion and faith and so it looks something like that One sentence you can bring to mind so you can use it little decisions like when you come across somebody in the grocery store or at work in you feel not like maybe lifting that person you remember got a mission inside got help this person or it can be a bigger thing like what's jobs i take this job meets my mission and this one. Doesn't someone fix this one. Because i've got this mission in life and those are usually pretty In eight and people and they They don't change much. They pretty they find the wednesday. Find the thing this is really what how.
OC Talk Radio
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Them you once again to the next chapter with charlie and my very special guest sherry sterling fernandez. Who has written a book life mastery and sharing. I have talked about life. The universe and everything about social responsibility personal responsibility about how you develop an entrepreneurial and a life that will make a difference on this planet. And i'd like now to do a bit of focus on cherry's book and the very astute principles that she put in there and sherry. You told me that you found a mini successful business. People can fall into the trap of a primary focus on business. Productivity business and productivity to the detriment of a balanced life that the life becomes their life becomes only business oriented. And so you right. You started a fitness program but then you also turned it into a life program. So you had the the fit body and then the fit life tell me about the transition of how you moved from fit body and a very successful jim would. It be called yes. It was about teak witness that we had voted very high in the boise right. Yeah and we did. Well we were. We were voted. Best in boise. Wendy or second another year and we had hundreds of people who the dorm wing. It really made a difference. Because we because. I didn't need to make a living off of it. I was able to do it anyway. What fitness top business. But i knew what was right and so we were able to do it. The right way and help people teach two principles and lifestyle and we really did make a big difference by me and my staff and my husband later When he retired from his business helped. So we We did make a big difference in that. So that was that me. Even almost from the beginning we had a personal development segment of meaning which was life What once people started getting fit. They were and they had these principles. They were learning in the self-discipline. They were learning then they wanted to go on and see what else could do right. I'm going to apply these principles my finances your to my work or To spirit my relationship or my spiritual life whatever it was so it was natural segue from fitness in two other kinds of personal development for people is why visit the physical self is the first chapter over of the eight segments of whole life. Because it's so often starts. They're not every time but most people will start they learn the disciplines they need and the the the joy.
OC Talk Radio
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Grow from them are just gonna keep making the same mistakes over and over. that is so true sherry. It's so sad that that so many people cannot get over the past and believe the false stories that were told them believe the negative experiences. And just think that they are somehow cursed or destined to continue to experience that when that just is not that is not. the truth. doesn't come just with an overnight insight. It comes with commitment disciplined work. It comes with open mindedness. Willingness to to see that other people may be treated you unfairly but there was also maybe some of it was your responsibility and that you you have access. I mean you know you have agency to change those things that were negative in your life and and there's so many people and as they get older you know it seems seems to go a couple of different directions. You get deeper into your negative pathology or you sort of rise above it. And and i don't know rise above it is the right word but to mature and immature into what is almost a lost art. Many old people in that is wisdom. And that you use your experiences and and to me does not mean that you know what to do next but you know for other people what other people should do. Next is But that you have the right kind of questions to ask them. You're the right kind of have you considered x. or y. United just was speaking with a friend who wants to make a a major career shifted seventy years old and i asked him a set of questions in each said. Gosh we need to talk. You know because to me. They were wise questions. And i and i wasn't trying to guide him in any particular way because the guidance has to come from him it has to come internally but but my role as an advisor with him or coach or whatever you want to call..
OC Talk Radio
"sherry" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"We discuss the details of her excellent book. Life mastery personal progression toward an infinite potential. We talk about so many different things. We will talk about being victims about getting out of victimization about how we can pursue life in a way that makes sense that we can't truly take control and be masters of our life and sherry is fine life coach. She has had several businesses gone from personal fitness to life fitness and she has a desire to share that story with us and had done it so well. So let's welcome sherrie sterling fernandez to the.
Life Transformation Radio
"sherry" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Really get over it. I think you learn how to handle it. I agree. I agree. I who hardly agree with that. So you talk about there's no rule book in life. Yes. What do you mean by that? I mean that there's no book that tells us how to live life. There's no book that tells us how not to live life. We create our own rules. When you become a parent, there's nobody that says, here's a book, go raise your child. Just follow this. There's a lot of books, but there's a lot of books. Yeah. There's not enough information. Yeah, I need an operational manual. That's what I do. After the baby comes, it's like, wait, I miss a chapter. Hold on. Yeah. And when you take them home. Exactly. So there's no book and I feel like rules remain to be broken. There are rules there for a reason. And I feel like those are guidelines or things that people have learned along the way, say, hey, here's some guidelines. Here are some, here are some pointers. However, there's no reason to live by those guidelines. Guidelines say, go work in a little office square and say that for the rest of your life, because that's where you're going to be safe. Are you going to sit there and be miserable? Are you going to say, hey, what else is there out there that I can do? Are you going to be one of the people that follows the rules? It doesn't live your life, or you can be the one who follows the rules to an extent, but pushes the boundaries to see what else is out there. So I don't live in your life. Yeah, actually. Live your life. It is. Absolutely. A lot of people don't do that. They say this is what I need. This is what I was told to do. You go to school, you go to college, you get a job and whether you like it or not, you stay there. Yeah. Are you happy? How do you done anything? Have you gone outside of your state? Right. So. A lot of people have the thought that they don't deserve to be happy. And that's a whole other conversation. And you do. You do? Absolutely. And happiness is one thing to have. Exactly. It's not created by anybody else but yourself. And you're the one that has to dig deep if you're not happy and figured out how to do the work on yourself to get to that point. I don't think nobody should tell you how to live your life. You should tell you how to live your life. I whole, heartedly agree. Now, how do you, if everything you've been through, how do you, how do you not give up? Have you not given up? What is it that drove you to not give up? You know what? I had to learn to grow up at a young age. I started working when I was in fourth or 5th grade. That was my first job. And I learned to take care of myself. I learned to be independent, I, you know, I had challenges throwing at me all the time. But I was, I just, I never let anything stop me. And I just learned over the years and learned as I was growing that I could either let things stop me and I could essentially fail and just be miserable or I could say, okay, this is something that life is thrown at me. What am I going to do with it? How am I going to handle it? What ended? Eventually, what did I learn from it? So I either don't want to do it again or what can I take from it and go forward and use that as a life lesson to succeed? So everything that was thrown at me was like, all right, what am I going to do with this? Why is it? And I would question why is it being thrown at me? And how am I going to overcome this? Because I can't let anything stop me. I just, I had that mentality in that driving me. And even when I was homeless, I was like, I got nothing to lose. I've got my son. I've got everything. He's got a roof over his head. He's got his clothes. He's got things in providing food for him, but I've got nothing to lose. So let's go. Throw it at me because I was not letting anything stop me. Wow. You are a powerhouse, sherry, like. Seriously. You are the epitome of transformation. In your life. Thank you. You're thank you so much for being here today. I really, really appreciate it. Oh, thanks, I loved being here. It's always great seeing you. I love you. Oh, thank you. Thank you. If you'd like to reach out to share, you can reach her at sherri capy dot com that's sherry, SH ER, CAP, ET dot com. And if you do reach out to her, let her know that you heard about her here on life transformation radio. And thank you for allowing my very special guest. Sherry cafe. The judge your heart. Move your soul and inspire you to live a life of transformation. I'm rob actis until next time. This is life transformation radio. Download complete..
"sherry" Discussed on KOMO
"Sherry Preston. Coming up 20 years after 9 11. We'll listen back to those who covered it and ask the question. If it happened today with the country pulled together like it did back then we were all united that I feel has been lost. And it makes me sad. I hope we can Come back to what unites us instead of what divides us A century after it went up in Richmond, it came crashing down. What a dismantled statue of Robert E. Lee means for those in the South. The argument is this is part of our U. S history. The other side says this is about racism. This is about supremacy and death threats for losing a tennis match. Top players continue opening up about social media and mental health. It's a huge problem. You get people messaging, these players horrific, horrific things on social media. This happens to men and women as well. All ahead on perspective. 20 years ago this weekend, there was only one story and it mattered. It still does. It unfolded on a beautiful fall Day morning when the lead stories of ABC News included missing Washington, D C intern Chandra Levy. Basketball Great Michael Jordan switching over to baseball and shark attacks After the terror attacks, the world changed Nowhere more so than here in the United States. Over the past two decades, we Americans have managed to become paralyzing Lee polarized along ideological lines, even and perhaps, especially throughout the pandemic. That has taken more than 650,000 American lives that morning to broadcast journalists, however, 9 11 was a news story. Here's an account of what it was like from five of them. Former correspondence and Compton, Doug Limerick, Jim Hickey, Bob Schmidt and Vic Ratner, 8 45. Somebody said there's a hole in the side of the World Trade Center tower, and I went on the air at nine o'clock. We're trying to add up everything.
AP News Radio
Bob Odenkirk Back on 'Better Call Saul' After Heart Attack
"The star of better call Saul is back at work after a health episode is back on the job six weeks after suffering a heart attack he has tweeted out a photo of himself getting made up to play the title character in the AMC series announcing his own return in the Tweedy says he is happy to be here and living this specific life surrounded by such good people he even gave a shout out to make up artist sherry Montesano soap making him quote not only for shooting holding crickets fifty eight he had what he described later that's a small heart attack on the set of the show in Albuquerque New Mexico on July twenty seventh I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
World News This Week
Where Do Afghanistan's Refugees Go?
"Abc's sherry preston has more on what happens to those afghan refugees who are able to get out and seek asylum among the first things that afghan refugees would have to put down on the special immigrant. Visas or siv's that get into the united states is where they would want to go jennifer. Simon is in charge of resettlement at the international rescue committee which works with the us government to find places for refugees to live those coming into the country. Have either of family relatives. I wish is something that they would note their applications. There are several regions of the country with relatively high concentrations of afghan families already including northern california northern virginia and parts of
CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf
How Sex and Mental Health Are Connected With Dr. Sherry Ross OB/GYN
"This before people don't talk enough about situa health and it needs to be spoken about. It sought some something that we should be hiding something that should be absolutely open and honest about sir. What's the easiest way to help. People understand six health mental health and being a woman in enjoying six year at well and this is so important. I mean here. Here's the problem. Is that our sexual. Health is kind of a barometer for our mental health. If you think about it it's it's so true because we're just not talking about the subject enough in because mental mental health effects so many women depression anxiety and when you think about the stages of our sexual response right desire is is the most important thing right if you don't have desire right that's the starting line and of course if you have anti-depression or anxiety the desire is not there like that's the last thing you're thinking about right absolutely absolutely will your brain is your mind is going to change your brain and if your mind is worrying about stuff too brain is just going to go hand in hand with leave your mind is doing and then your body just listens to the brain so everything of shuts down so yeah that is so important and you know and it's such it's so interesting because men and women i mean we are we are so night and day in every way but especially when it comes to our you know what really turns this on what organ needs to be stimulated the most right is our our brain. It's above the shoulders. And so this is where men and women really differ in. Why if anyone that has any mental issues as it relates to depression or anxiety. You know they they don't. They're not interested. There's no desire so might. My approach is always. Let's talk about it. let's ask you know. I always ask my patients right. The legs go up. Stir up in. I wanna know how how. How sex are you having orgasms by yourself with your partner or are you enjoying them. You know you having any issues. You wanna talk about or share. Because it's just it's very awkward conversation even for doctors.
Eye on Travel
Chicago School Sends Student Home for Refusing to Wear Mask
"At a suburban Chicago high school Centre freshman student home for not wearing a mask this past week, Sherry Urlacher says from high school in Palatine dismissed her 14 year old daughter on Friday when she refused to put on a mask offered by a school official. She says her daughter return to school later that day Wearing a mask, she says it's her daughter's right to choose what's best for her body, and that decision is not for the school or the government. Governor J B. Pritzker says students from preschool through 12th grade must wear masks to slow the spread of Covid 19
Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
Q&A: Is Bitcoin Bad for the Environment?
"I'm thinking about investing in bitcoin. But my sister told me that crypto is bad for the environment. Is that true. But i thought crypto is digital. So how is that possible. I know right. Crypto currency is entirely digital currency. So if it doesn't exist in the physical world how could it be affecting the fiscal world. It's a concept that can totally make your head spin but we have to study ourselves because it's one hundred percent true cryptocurrency is digital. I'm not gonna rock your world and tell you that there is a pot of dougie does coin at the end of the rainbow. The only way you're going to be holding dougie gone in your hands is if you come over to meet my dog coin penny and you can follow her at dougy cohen on instagram. Halfway so even though the currency isn't physical it is made by physical systems. And that's where the environmental impact comes in. Let's double click on bitcoin for a second because it's one of the least efficient cryptocurrencies to manufacture. And it's also been researched. The most thoroughly so there is belenky of data on the effects of its production process and here on money rehab. We do let us some data. So let's talk about how. Bitcoin is made we touched on this in our episode on. Nf teas but i think we're due for a refresher. Bitcoin is created in a process called bitcoin mining. But i promise you. The process of bitcoin mining is not what you might think of when you picture traditional mining when you think of mining you're probably thinking of well a mine with hard hats and caves and canaries but bitcoin mining doesn't happen in a mine. It happens on a computer and this is the interesting part of bitcoin. Anyone can mine. Bitcoin and you can do it from anywhere in the world so long as you have access to a computer that makes bitcoin completely different from government backed currencies like the. Us dollar. nick sherry. Note here if you want to impress your friends. The financial term for government backed currencies is fiat currencies. Okay back to bitcoin mining. Can you imagine if anyone could print dollar bills. Only that but imagine that you could just print dollar bills and do it at home. Without getting out of your. Pj's if this was a thing. I would do it. I wouldn't you so. Why isn't everyone making mining bitcoin.
Reflecting on the Tokyo Games
"Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo didn't happen without serious controversy, many questioning whether the games should have gone on at all. Given Japan's low vaccination rate, and the numbers of people who have been infected with coronavirus, ABC is Kenneth Martin is covered pretty much every corner of the Olympics while in Tokyo. And he offered his thoughts on Friday, just as the games were beginning to wrap up, Ken, you were there for a lot of the most dramatic moments of these Olympics. What's your take this year? What a year? I mean the masks the pandemic. Simone Biles, give us a rundown sherry. It's something that we've never seen before. A delayed plagued Olympics and I actually said, expect the unexpected when it came to these Olympics because We didn't know when we landed here in Tokyo. What was going to happen? We knew when it came to Covid protocols. They were pretty strict. I couldn't go out into public spaces. I couldn't walk on the sidewalks. I couldn't eat in restaurants, which is really tough for me. You know me Sherry. So when it came to what we saw here, I don't think I'll ever experience anything like it again. What were the most exciting moments do you think of of these delayed Olympics? Simone Biles was the biggest story of these Olympics, I think, and that's because all eyes were on this young woman who we had such high expectations. And she came in here and we were expecting so much. And then she said, No, I'm having an issue. I'm going to work on myself. I don't care if billions of people are watching me. My mental health comes first. And then, when she was ready, she decided to get back on the horse or balance beam. She delivered a solid routine and walked away with an Olympic medal. And what we saw is other athletes talking about mental health. So during the press conferences after a lot of these athletes competed. The American ones were asked about Simone Biles asked about mental health and they really opened up. They had honest conversations, and for many
The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller
"sherry" Discussed on The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller
"To watch him go from sort of it listening. It's kind of an undisciplined. Young adult to just like a man. It's been such a Process to watch that poland's disciplines to move from undisciplined. To links life together overcoming some bad habits establishing some bad habits. It's just been a joint watch. most. I don't work with people who are counselling right. I'm working with people. Got doing good ones better. And he's just been fun to watch. I spoke out weeks. Go in front of realtors. Was there just help me. Want to be there for some reason so i had him at. Just talk about what nasty end until the show at one of the afterwards you you want me. He's mentoring i suggest telling you her. Yes so he's just it's been so fun and brings us joint. You need to watch him. Make changes ragging to all always just just hours. Just astound me. Just great but from my perspective. Sure that's what's really all about You see life. Transformation happened is nothing better. I mean nothing better than that. And that's what jazz. Sorry reason i'm loving. Be around my grandchildren. These days one is three and one is about nine or ten months old. You see those dramatic physical and verbal changes and all. That kind of thing is just so exciting but it's also exciting when you see when you work with someone and they're kind of stuck at life i call it you'll to kind of that malays in mediocrity when you get stuck in those when advert when life happens when a crisis happens are the things some people get stuck you will find a way to move through it and people like you are helping people Moved through it. And when you see that happen to know from the people who i coach and work with when i get happened when you see a life change half an eight people move through adversity till i had to call a life of peace prosperity and purpose man just nothing better and you got some good stuff here in your book and just to clarify to tell people how they can get to tell people how they can get the book and get connected with you. On mike master info dot com. I'm really easy to find out there for some on facebook. Nothing unusual always willing to contact you back this point i can do that. The book is available on amazon. Now life mastery personal progression towards potential by sherry storming finance and there's also the free downloads on the website. Lots of great resources there. And it's all you'll find it all life mastery info dot com is a sheri's website. You will also put connections in links at our website. Dr brad miller a dot com to as we always like to provide resources from authors leaders and teachers who are all about helping you to transform your life so it's been our guest to our pleasure a round the beyond diversity by guests to have a great leader and mentor. Who can be helpful to your life. Her name is sherry sterling finance and her she is the author of life mastery personal progression towards infinite. Potential thank you for being our guest under beyond adversity podcast. I hope you were impressed. As i was with our conversation with sherry sterling fernandez and her book life mastery journal she blogs at life mastery info dot com and you can find out more about her book and her coaching and her resources there and i commend him to you. One key takeaway here friends from today's so our interview with sherry Sterling finance is simply this make chart make a chart. Have a list of things that you can do your life. She has eight aspects of life. Mastery that cheap charts out but you know what some of them are for for you. You know what some of their are those daily disciplines that you need to do but she talks about writing them out charting them charging them have a checkmark the system where you check them off on a day by day basis. Let's say your habit is Is exercise or any ri- our personal prayer life for generally put those on a chart. She has some helpful resources at her website. That can help you with this but put them on a chart and check them off the power of pencil depowered of writing something down and the visual cues of making progress. It's going to be helpful to you. We are here to help you make progress here onto beyond adversity podcast. Dr brad miller please please please head on over to dr brad. Miller dot com where. We've got a free gift for you there and we can be helpful you to your life and you can check out over. One hundred. Sixty episodes of the podcast. Who are we speak into your life. Were her to be helpful. But it begins friends whether choices you make the change. Don't stay stuck. Choose to evolve. Choose to move out of your adversity to toward your promise. Life a peace prosperity and purpose. It's all about making a promise and keeping a promise and know that in this process you can get through it. You can do it because here at the beyond adversity. Pa podcast with dr brad miller we teach and emphasize that you only grow through the things that you go through. We're here for you every week until next time. Friends continue to do all the good that you can thank you for listening to the beyond adversity. Podcast with dr brad miller. You can find a complete archive of all episodes at dr brad. Miller dot com. That's dr brad. Miller dot com or subscribe for free apple podcasts. And never miss an episode. Each week we bring you a message to crush adversity and live your life of peace respiratory and purpose..
Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra
"sherry" Discussed on Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra
"But there's something that the lord is prompted me to do in his called me to do that. I must share what i went through because what i went through hill someone else and i think we all have a testimony that we can share. That could be a blessing to someone else. As i could be a little piece of that and i can share a message. That will encourage a woman to look at herself differently. truly love herself and men to men can benefit as well. But you know my heart is especially for women. If i can impact the woman and help her to love herself and then in turn she can impact. The world is will then. I've done what i've been called to do. That is so so awesome share. That is so awesome. Thank you for sharing that because it is it's so vital especially right now in the body and in the world that people are understanding that your words mean power. Your words are power. The book of says there's death in life in power that's on those who love it will eat its fruit so whatever you are speaking whatever you are loving to talk about whatever your mindset is that's where it starts it starts with the mindset and then it also starts with the people that you surround yourself with right. There's so much toxicity that's out there now. I'm not saying. Shut the whole world out. But what i am saying is if you try to shut the whole world out. Then you're making yourself vulnerable for even more pain because when somebody says something to you you ain't got the unction to speak back. You ain't got the unction to respond correctly. You just want to keep yourself from everything. So i'm not saying that you shelter yourself from toxic people that you just shelter yourself from negative people know you've got to be able to function in that the body. The human body has to have bacteria in order for it to live. Come on somebody. There's gotta be bacteria into body that is going to cause a body to win because that's what what pushes out all the stuff that's coming in and so in the same token we have to be able to understand who we are. If you're a thumb in the body could drown good trying to be a toe. If you're an arm quit trying to be an eyeball. You know what i'm saying and this is where it's so impactful in. That's what i love about sherry speaks. Life is a scene about you. Know i wanna i wanna do this. Huge conference with five thousand one and no she wants to do with the one person she wants to work with the one person. She wants to work with the fives. Who wants to work with the twenty. You follow insane because of your life and so that is so so hughes to be have to have a like pace to have a ministry from two thousand sixteen. We're going into five years now. That's a whole lot of speak in life. That's a whole lot of stuff. And so i know that through that just because of what i do. There's there's while you're doing so now. Books are being written. Thoughts are coming through. So have you written books Where do we find those books if you have Let's talk a little bit about. We are the church podcast. I know that there some transitions coming on into your life But as we segue into that. Let's talk about how we are. The church was talk about the books that you've written. Let's talk about all of that. Good stuff to where people can find. You can connect with you awesome awesome. Well we'll start with the books. Yes i have two books. My first is a christian fiction novel tattled trouble. Don't last. I'll wait and just tell a little story about that. It's with me ten years to finish that book by one incurred anyone out there. That has a book in there billie and they've been procrastinating. Stop grass Go hand write that book though. It took me ten years. Not because i didn't have capability or talents or anything like that. It was because i was afraid i was afraid assay of being successful an falen at the same time and so you may say sheridan sounds crazy. How do you do that out of the freight of being successful. Because i thought success was going to change. I was so afraid. I wanted to be ombo. I wanted to submit to the lord. would become successful and then it goes to my head and i get this speak. He does not even in my personality to do but that was a fear then. My other fear was failure. What if i write this book and nobody reads it. That's okay if you write that book and only one person read that book but this the person that needed to read it still accomplished what you were supposed to do. In his work that all tho- trouble don't last outweighs is the story of a young woman may maureen. She's a single mom and she makes a decision to have a encounter with her child's father and that is the catalyst for a whole lot of drama in her life and so In the end find out. Why trouble don't last our. But you go through her journey of rediscovering her fate all of the ups and downs and all the different people in characters that are in her life and that book is available on amazon and in my second book is called speak like moments a transformational journey and it is a twenty one day devotional and just as i shared with you all that testimony today. Desa part of that book. But i also dig deep in share other parts of my life from very vulnerable. I'm very open about twenty-one moments in my life that taught me how to speak life and taught me how to make it a lifestyle and so that devotional give scripture. I've testimonial get an affirmation prayer and then also reflection questions and the reflection questions are to help you dig deep so that you can figure out how to speak life. His will and so. That book is available also on amazon and then the cat we are the church as paul mentioned. I was inspired last year. It was right before the No i'm sorry. It was right when the churches were. Shut down it was like earth sunday church. Were shut down and the that monday. After i went live at the title of miss the we are and i was talking about how impressed that was that churches out there that they couldn't gather but they were going on social media. They were doing zone. They were taken advantage of technology. That had never done before. Even if it was just a past or sitting there with a bible open reading they still have church. And that's what the whole premise of that podcast is about is helping us to understand. Term is not a building we ought to church. The church is inside of each and every one of us. We don't need to build. The i think if coleman didn't teach us anything it taught us that we don't have to have a building have church. We don't have to have a building. The spread the word of god. We don't have to have a builder to disciple other people into brain them in to the fold of crooks. You don't need a build him for that now buildings on nice. I'm not saying bills are nice. Buildings have their purpose. And i'll be glad you know everything goes back to normal and we can get like used to but we can't do that right now. And so the gospel still has to go four. And this is the time of great revival. This is the time where the body of christ should really be standing up and showing the world.
Flipboard EDU Podcast
"sherry" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast
"This is your favorite coach coach. Jeffrey i have another amazing guests here. Today i have mrs sherry gutter serve remain. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. Great pay ten. I'll listen audience Bit dodgy so i spent most of my career creating content in animation television kids by produce shows like the simpsons. Family guy grabs. I was part of the team that helped launch the cartoon network as executives on in head of production for dextrous laboratory power puff girls johnny bravo count chicken and more also had a career as a serial entrepreneur bring building all kinds of gaining virtual worlds and toy products for for kids so digital tack content sarah and currently i am producing a series for net flex and as well as i have launched a new venture that is in the educational space that is bringing engagement to learning so we are platform for kids that that really hopes to help kids fall in love with learning and get more engaged in better retention excellent so you michio some about favorite cartoons that i used to watch as an bill actually dixon's laboratory in johnny bravo those pump girls great chas but i wanna talk about kazoo and 'cause judean it's excellent So kazoo would do is educational app. Education always wanted to do something for education. I watched by kids go through the public school system for the good in bad of it in wall their now thriving adults in their early twenties. They're mazing. They struggled with education. And i always wanted to bring something from my world of engaging entertaining kids to the learning space and honestly with the pandemic bringing the issues to life of lack of engagement. Obviously distance learning brought it to the four fund of everyone's concern and opened up some opportunities for people to be more open to solutions in also technology continues to evolve as technology has evolved. It's it now is possible to do so much. More than for instance. When i thought about it in the past it was like why. Can i bring history to life with these amazing videos than storytelling in in storytelling was always at the forefront of it but it was gonna be about passive videos and nowadays we can go so much deeper we can do so much more and more and more kids are not learning the way that we're teaching them. Kids are consuming information in a very different way and this was an opportunity for me to think around a solution. Another factor in this is that i grew up living on various continents moving from know seeing cultures people stories and experiencing life and learning languages. Immersive lee seeing ruins the history to life for me and all those things shaped me into a storyteller myself in shape me into obviously the the entertainer that i am for that reason in. I think that the opportunity to bring that to learning was really exciting for me. And so that's what the impetus of kazoo excellence. So kazoo is an immersive at which students will be able to explore certain activities that the teachers will have for them. The question is what activities do they have their now. That students would use so kazumi who has not launched public yet. We are currently working on our first game. Which is a civil rights movement game. So it's a perfect opportunity to demonstrate. Is i tell you about it. The the world of do is a fantastical immersive. Virtual world is sim world. Which is a fantastical garden in kids. Walk around and take paths into different. Lands in each subject is a subject land in so when they go into the history forest they're able to click on a jerry blossom in the embark on a nineteen sixty three bus in their avatar ends up in the middle of the march on washington in nineteen sixty three in august on august. Twenty eighth nineteen sixty three specific. They're able to join the marsh so they speak to people of the time with stories to tell. They're able to collect artifact that the the secondary sources for them to evaluate in read and understand they're able to witness events of the times famous speeches etc. They get to pick up a sign so they learn when each of the signs represents what people are finding for in in decide what they want to put themselves up behind by picking up the sign and walk joining the march by hearing people stories. They start to understand the context of what brought the march to life. What would the events the prompted it in the cause and effect part of it so they learn about clinic kovin. They learn about montgomery bus boycott parks brown versus the board of education. Cetera et cetera. In really get to be there to get to witness if they get to experience get to talk to people they get to hear stories. They get to witness events in all of those things. Make it experiential in make it story base learning in fact that we retain information so much federal. When we're told a story were we need someone in have a conversation with them rather than being taught asks rather than being taught through a book or lecture where we to out and it goes. It's not relevant to us. It is our mission to bring that life to every subject for that matter into create a context in an application for the child to experience what they're learning about in the first game is the civil rights game. Eventually you guys will build our entire curriculum ago. V8 exactly our focus will start with third through fifth grades in across all subjects. Science math jarreds foreign languages as well as social studies history and then we will expand out to our music and other things as well in we will also then start incorporating some of the earlier grades but we wanna go deeper into content for for third through fifth grade but ultimately this'll be a k. through five platform. What curriculum are you guys basing your application so our intention is to. Our platform actually invites teachers to submit lesson plant. Because we wanna make teachers our partners so we want teachers to bring their wealth of knowledge in insight into what we do in then we bring the content to life in. It starts with the submission from teacher. Based on curriculum settle will be across all states. Some of it will be federal of at least state specific but we will find interesting subjects. That teachers submit will create a game. Are lesson quest around it. We will bring to life in. The teacher will get to monetize every time. That game is down in a while. So the curriculum will almost be like a net flicks based games where you would pick a lie to use netflix as bigoted. Like how you would watch a tv show but you just pick a game that is curricular based one of the things in the pandemic taught us that we can't just give kids games in and work. So what kind of data with the teacher being.
WBZ Midday News
Child Tax Credit 2021: Payments to Be Disbursed Starting July 15
"Government in a partial advance on the annual child tax credit, Let's find out more half of the child tax credit families would have gotten next year when they file their taxes will begin showing up as early as Thursday in monthly payments. It's estimated that this could cut child poverty in the United States near The amounts have been raised somewhere between 1600 to 1000, depending on the age of your child that works out to $300 a month for each child under 6 $250 a month for each child age 6 to 17 monthly through the end of the year. The remainder will become available when you file your taxes or claim your credit at the end of the tax year. Neighborhood villages is a nonprofit advocating for child care policy reform. Lauren Kennedy is co president. These expenses don't get all lump. Together at the end of the year. What if you have a hospital bill that you weren't expecting the cost of childcare keeps going up and up. Certainly, this will help make it more affordable to raise a child. Sherry Small WBC Boston's NewsRadio, Massachusetts
Allure: The Science of Beauty
The Inside Story: Niacinamide
"To google trends searches for niacin him. I'd hit a five year high last july. That's around the same time. Content creator hiram yarbrough started gaining traction on youtube and tick-tock and singing the praises of niacin tied to his millions of followers. The new york times has called yarborough a gen z. Whisper for his ability to make or break. Skin care brands among the under twenty five set he's previously told allure that niacin abide is his quote favorite ingredient. Chock it up to coincidence or consider it a testament to the power of tick-tock either way it's undeniable. That niacin has recently gotten a whole lot of attention in the skin world and to that we say it's about time now that we've piqued your interest. It might be nice if we explain what nias cinema. I'd is Dermatologist sherry march. Brian says it best noise cinem- my is a derivative of vitamin b. Three which the cells of our body need so. This is a necessary vitamin for our cells to function properly. The exact mechanism by which it works on. The skin is not entirely understood but there are lots of really good studies that show that both topically as well as orally it can affect the function of ourselves and the skin in
The Working Experience
"sherry" Discussed on The Working Experience
"Welcome to another episode. Working experience podcasts. My guest today is professor sherry terkel. She is the. Abby rockefeller maza professor of social studies of science and technology at mit and the founding director of the mit initiative on technology. And self she has also licensed clinical psychologist miss magazine woman of the year and author of six books among them. The empathy diaries which i just finished and really enjoyed Some of that is because you grew up in brooklyn and i lived in brooklyn for about almost twenty years so welcome professor charcoal. Happy to be here. Lovely to have you. Yeah i loved all the. I love the paddle boats Be a an ice skating rink a few times and just really. When i moved to brooklyn i was so happy. I was at grand army plaza and at the park and the library was there and all of that. So it's really nice So can you Can we just start off. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself. Can you still hear me. I struggle ela you out for a second. I lost you for a second. But i think you tell me a little bit about yourself. Yeah so why. Don't we just start off there. Okay and welcome professor turco. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Well i was born in brooklyn and I was an academically oriented child from the age. Zero and i always My aspiration was to be brand to star girl reporter or nancy drew girl. Detective or anything. That would get me using my brains And i ended up Going to radcliffe which was the sort of intellectual girls dream. Mr nation in my day and The empathy diaries is really the story of how of how i tried to I try to show how my lifelong career interest in making the point that when technology races concerns about empathy caring human relations that my passionate interest in them rim comey towards me and my having to really struggle to get the necessary amounts of embassy in my own life And i. I've always wanted to write this book because i've always been interested in the question when people work is kind of lit. You know when you send. The people's professional work is passionate. Why is that. Why is that that people are driven to do their professional work. And so i kind of wrote a book about myself. Which is a book that i wanted to read about other people And so this. This book is the story of how i did. A kind of interrogation of my own case to figure out why my Personal life drove my professional passions and it turns out that empathy meant everything to me growing up than. It's meant everything to me in my purse in my professional life. So do you think people who are drawn to filmmaking. Federal mean whatever. It is teaching i mean. Is there something that you can identify in their background. That was a catalyst for that. That is something they draw on. Yes i do now. It's not always. Like what i discovered in my life. You said it's not only it's not usually a dramatic moment. It's not an aha you know. It's not necessarily like there's a smoking gun but there's a pattern of of concern. There's a pattern of disappointment. There's a pattern of seeing. This is a path out of something or this is a way to escape something Give you an example in in my life I was told mother had been married and divorced and i was the product of that first marriage and when she remarried. She told me not to use my name. My name was sheriff zimmerman. Which was the name of my first of my biological father at. She didn't want anyone to know about this. First marriage it. I was keeping this secret. And that went on through my teenage years that i would write a certain name at school and then hide my papers under lock and king so that my my half sister and brother yushi had more children with my stepfather Wouldn't know that. I wasn't detroit. Terkel milton turco later. Adopted me in turkey became my legal name. But for the longest time my name was not sherry turco and that That experience of being illegal of being a story parallel to the real story made me realize that in many families than in many situations. There's another story next to the official story and that was a great training. For a junior apologised. You know to learn debt next to the official story. There's another story the other story right right so you're sitting in a cloud you describe it. You're sitting in a classroom and you're one person at school and you're another person at home and marry. The twin can meet. Never few times. That i slept. It was devastating for. My mother was devastating for my relationship with my mother. It was a crisis in the family and because of the world that she lived in in the world that she wanted to construct for herself for us to have a divorce in the family for me to not be part of this one happy family was was completely unacceptable so i guess. I'm saying that these that experience of realizing that when you go into a situation that seems like brooklyn normal better it good idea to look more closely because there may be another story there. Do you think this was like a bridge into. I mean. I'm not very experienced with psychoanalysis. But i get the impression a lot of this is trying to dig into these layers and understand people's motivations and do you think that like.
Sam's Happy Hour
What Are the Health Benefits of Astaxanthin?
"Nutrient? Now? Nutritionists love it because clinical research shows that fights fatigue while promoting muscle strength and endurance by one antioxidant measurement. It's 6000 times more powerful than vitamin C. It's 800 times stronger than CO Q 10. It can improve your depth perception, and millions of people in Japan use it every day to fight wrinkles and fine lines from the inside out. So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry torque owes is here to reveal the secret. She's practicing pharmacist and author She's written more than a dozen books on health, including the Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine. Welcome to the program. Sherry Toko is good to have you here. Hey, there, Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrients we're going to be talking about. It's called asked Xanthan and Reader's Digest. They featured it brilliantly in an article called The latest it antioxidant Esta xanthan is a fountain of youth. As you mentioned very popular in Japan used mainstream from for promoting beauty from within as a capsule, But here in North America, people just aren't as familiar with it. But listen to this. It has 60 human studies, solid dating its efficacy. And as a pharmacist, there's really caught my attention, and this nutrient is not something that you can get enough of, and diet. It's founded famine, but you'd really have to eat a lot of sand in like £5 just to get a good daily, though, as much as I love salmon, but I'm not going that far. Sherry. I didn't
Health Care vs. Money
"On a hot summer day in twenty nineteen word got out that one of philadelphia's big hospitals hahnemann was closing its doors for good it had served some of the city's poorest patients for well over a hundred and fifty years patients doctors nurses and other hospital employees flooded the streets demanding. The hospital stay open a year and a half before the hospital had been sold to a for profit company and many blamed the closure on corporate greed closing made national headlines senator and then presidential candidate bernie sanders even joined the protests healthcare human rights. And we're gonna fight back when you mentioned prophets and healthcare in the same sentence. Emotions are bound to run high. All talking about lives that are at stake something. We should value much more than money. But house economists sherry lead says there are many factors at play here and boiling it. Down to human need versus prophet is too simplistic. I think the whole debate about the for profit aspect of this is a little misguided. The right question is what is the best way to get to the people. The things that they need at the lowest cost for starters. She says we have a mixed healthcare model with four profit nonprofit and government funded aspects and also this complicated behemoth of a system evolved over decades growing and changing all the time. This is an enormous enormous part of our economy. And the idea that we're going to just turn it on. A dime is is just unrealistic. At least in my mind it's very unrealistic
News, Traffic and Weather
94-Year-Old Alabama Woman Honored With High School Diploma
"Your money now. For what it's worth. I'm Sherry Preston nearly 80 years ago, Grace Lee McClure Smith had to drop out of school in Alabama at just 16 years old when her husband went off to war. She never ever mention regretting anything in life. You know, she would never take it back. But her granddaughter, Erin Wilson, says she did leave something undone. Her education Instead of now, 94 year old went to work, eventually becoming a school bus driver in Madison County for 30 years. She drove me actually on the school bus. So I rode with her to and from school, and she always encouraged me to go to school. Make sure I finished school. And now she encourages my girls. And now Grace has finished what she started so many years ago, Hazel Green High School in Madison County, awarding her a high school diploma this week. And so the last word words of wisdom for all of us goes to the new high school grab. Am so grateful. Thank you so much. Better life than ever
Unhinged and Bumbled up
Here’s a Tip To Improve Your Online Dating Profile
"So i think a lot of people don't think of it that way. That's kind of the overarching mindset. I would say that should be a shift for people where it's don't think about. Oh my gosh. I know everything there is no about myself. Where do i begin. Its think about the kind of person that you want to attract well. Ab and she said what what would be interested in hearing about you. What are the kinds of topics. You'd wanna talk to them about. Because one a mistake i see is people just pick prompts. You know a lot of the dating apps have prompt like Acute bed and they just picked prompts. Just answer the question honestly. I'm not saying people shouldn't be honest. But i think they should think about the questions that they're picking and think about strategically the answers of their choosing because a lot of a lot of apps question like what's your biggest fear and people will say bugs and it's like well. Most people are scared of bugs. And do you wanna talk about bugs with your potential d. I don't think so so. That's kind of wasted real estate on your profile is so. I don't wanna tell people not to be honest. It's just really about being strategically honest and figuring out. What are the prompts. That are going to be answers. That are gonna generate conversations. That i want to have with somebody got interested in and the kind of person i'm interested in will think are interesting and make conversation with me about So that's i don't know if that's one tip or more than three to help because a similar clinical rotation. I've had with friends before because like safety. Take me my best friend would probably looking for something quite in terms of the types of guys we like and are interested in the lifestyle on commitments of those guys. But i think it's a really interesting point to client have not like ideal person in mind when you right. You'll profile about thinking about like how do you market you'll sense to dock specific like to everyone because i think also i've seen some people like these guys but some people write it like the writing. Cv and it's like really dry in link stiff unnamed. Some people right it like over sherry like a conversation. They would have with night way like you do realize the potential tall. Now you're trying to attract like that's really interesting to think specifically about the past and he will be reading it.
"sherry" Discussed on Audiobookish
"How'd you one is ahead for moody bookish on joined by poppy and we have a guest today. Sherry green sherry is a beautiful who teaches day and reviews books by nine. She is an use of audible libby hoopla and enjoys nothing better than nice ho- averages whoa narrated books and long walks with her dog hannah. She's a proud member of the publishing hopeful group facebook and can be found on both instagram on twitter at roy rita. Hello sherri how you doing today. I well how are you. i'm doing well. Thank you once again for taking the time to join us on the weekend. So that's kind of At the moment is a teacher. At the moment i guess i see bibliography think library in french. So you're a teacher at the moment. What kind of Teaching teenagers children. Who i substitute teach through a third party company but i am currently teaching. A classroom graders through basically the end of the school year so they have been fun but can definitely be a little bit of a handful of. What's it been like. Is that kind of in clause teaching or you having to do that of zabel. What's the situation where you are at the moment or is it relatively back to normal rizek. Stay away to me is away solving going on. It's been a little touch and go so we are mostly doing a hybrid model. So we're in school four days a week. I'll have one group of kids on monday. Tuesday another group. Thursday friday and then wednesdays we all logon virtually however this past week we had spring break just recently so we've all done a full virtual week together so that everyone can make sure that no one's bringing any germs back. Hopefully that's good so we kind of got such free the publishing hopefuls groups..
NBC Meet the Press
Elise Stefanik: From Republican Moderate to Trump Favourite
"Coming leadership ouster of liz. Cheney is about much more than the sacking of the number three house republican it is an unconditional surrender by one of our two major political parties to former president trump. And his big lie that the twenty twenty election was somehow stolen. Cheney's crime is not that she isn't conservative. It's that she's not conservative as defined by today's republican party which apparently means unquestioning loyalty to the defeated former president. She stands accused of telling the truth that the election was not stolen and for criticizing trump citing the january six capital interaction. This episode is just the latest chapter in the party's purging of its legacy the bushes the mccain's the romney's and now the chains names that appeared on eight of nine presidential tickets for one thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand twelve all now. Essentially excommunicated by the party's base and leadership and for one reason only the message go along with donald trump and his lies or just go away. Will this help. Republican election prospects in the short term. Perhaps but what does it mean for. Democracy when a great political institution refuses to accept free and fair election. Results and rejects. Its own who choose principle over party. I have heard from members concerned about her ability to carry out the job as conference chair congresswoman lizzie cheney facing a vote as soon as wednesday to ouster from leadership after criticism of donald. Trump's big lie at the election was stolen and his role in the capital attack. We will not forget what happened on january six and that the single greatest threat to our republic is a president who would put his own self interest above the constitution sherry me writing in the washington post this week. The question before us now is whether we will join trump's crusade to de-legitimize and undo the legal outcome of the twenty twenty election. The house republican leaders have answered. That question you know i. I've lost confidence boosting. New york's elise stefanik who trump has endorsed. My vision is to run with support from the president. What they're saying is if you don't go along with the big lie. You basically need to go so phonic voted with president trump. Just seventy eight percent of the time. Criticizing is border wall opposing him on nafta and trade even voting against his signature. Twenty seventeen tax cuts. Cheney voted with trump ninety three percent of the time once trump critic has been insulting women stefanik became a high profile trump defender during his first impeachment when she opens that mouth you at killing them. Elise trump meanwhile has denounced cheney unremittingly. This week he called her a warmongering fool who has no business and republican party leadership. The good news is in her state. She's been censured all seventeen. Republicans who voted to impeach or convict. Donald trump have faced censure votes or rebukes at home. Utah senator mitt. Romney wants the party's nominee for president booed at a state convention last weekend though the vote to censure him fail.