30 Burst results for "Simon Cowell"
"simon cowell" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"I'm not even asking you to understand it yet. Just, did you hear it? Within the event, there's always a decision. Illustration of this, illustration of this. Today, we are having a worship service. It's an event. The service is an event. We sang about four songs. That was part of the event. Hopefully somebody offered you a breath mint and a pen when you came in the door if you came in the door. You logged online. And here I am now. Standing behind my pulpit with my Bible open, ready to preach to you, been praying about it all week. This is the event. This is the service. But worship is a decision. That you have to make in the event. The service is the event. Worship is the decision. Worship is an offering. Some of y'all didn't sing a note. You watch this like it was some, what's the show? Did they still have American Idol? You were watching this like you're gonna vote whether they stay on the stage or not. But you are not what was the guy's name Simon Cowell. You are not Simon. Why weren't you singing? God is the star of this God is the audience of this. Why didn't you sing? Well, no, no, no, no. That's.
"simon cowell" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Just trust us that it happens It's a miracle that I was so tickled by something you heard He just called in spontaneously It's a miracle that any of these cameras work Right On any given day Yes and some days I wish they wouldn't like geniuses working What Chris is the only one who got to talk to Barack Obama Yeah Just have to believe Christo Remember when Melissa asked where she used to call me and we didn't believe it was her either We made her sing We actually did make her single This is not No it is She was a good parent though She didn't listen until after she dropped the kids off Right Smart Right And then she invited us to her backstage door at her show Yes and we went We went and she mentioned on stage remember And then I thought I could dive in But I wasn't able to go because I was headed out of town the following week Jim did you lose her I know Remember Jim did Simon Cowell We made her sing and he's like that is the worst Melissa Etheridge I have ever heard Were you answering the phones then I don't think so Okay I don't think so He's too tall That's what he said He's sized out Out of that job Because it's a tiny little closet No this was at the other station I mean he has some talent in intelligence but mainly his high school That was when we had a real office Real engineers real support Right Technical problems weren't a thing Before we tumbled down into my basement A real TV network TV It was like an avalanche I just pulled you down with me I was just like come on It'll be fun Get in the flying saucer He'll be in the basement You'll never get out We fond who needs engineers And reliable power An Internet Okay hey so what else here Yeah so okay wait This is a prank stack Okay I mean I have to say the miracle is apparently his gun jammed And that no one died That is I got to say a miracle I mean so we did the smoke First of all okay there was a lot of liberal helpers that reacted to our pictures of Marjorie Taylor Greene's pork feet Yes But of course she had stupid comments on the subway show What did she do First hang on Let me get to my liberal Do you have liberal help for music 'cause I feel like we just report and you decide right Because.
Simon Cowell to be bedridden from crash for six more months
"Cowell's He had an accident. Alexis on his electric bike. Yes, This was his right August and it looks like he's going to be laid up for another six months because he had back surgery, Tio. Two, He broke his back in two places. And so now he's just fighting to, you know, be able to walk at this point. He's been doing exercises to improve his mobility, like doing pool exercise is walking in his garden. It's been a rough few weeks. He can't go back to England. Yet he lives in his home in Malibu. And he says before you get an electric bike, read the manual before you write it for the first time. I've broken my back on. Thanks to all of your kind messages. That was August 24th.
"simon cowell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of the worst voices I've ever heard. Truthfully, it is absolutely terrible. You can't sing 15,000 people applied in Cleveland. And yet the odds of you getting through a million to one because I think we need to end this. What's very interesting is you away? You are now for one reason and one reason only you are losing the best part of American Idol right? There were the auditions in the beginning and Simon Cowell's 61 years old today. Before we get out of here. What do you think about tonight's debate? I mean, what are we looking for? I think I'm looking for Kamala Harris to come after Pence and his religion. How can you be such a pious Christian and support a man like Donald Trump? When all depends has to do is turn around and say, Well, your guy Joe Biden's been credibly accused by terror read and that story just ran this week. I don't think it's going to be Don't think it's going to be anything like those kinds of Logan. No maid type. Personal barbs like data is gonna be more. Hopefully, more policy. We're here. Actually, Here's a policy tonight between the two candidates Combo is going to go after the Rhona because Mike Pence is in charge of the Corona Virus Task Force. I think you're going to get a big dose of Corona virus. And how is Mike Pence going to respond Because she's going to get loud and she's gonna laugh at her own jokes and Play to the moderator. How is Mike Pence going to respond to that? Well, he's going to respond with defund the police packing the court's green new deal. All these huge left wing socialist things that she's I mean, she's on record to Second Amendment. All of those things, that's how he's got to respond. All right? We're out of here. More coverage from the vice vice presidential debates. Tonight, Right after seven o'clock with Chad Benton, then live coverage starting on our Facebook page with Abdul and Rob. Coming up around eight or 8 30, Then the debates at nine o'clock live on w ibc and finally, hammer Happy birthday to one, Mr Juan. Cougar Mellencamp 69 years old John Mellencamp. Happy Birthday Little Trip. Little Jack. This is Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken.
"simon cowell" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Kelly Clarkson actually is helping out on America's got talent, killing Simon Cowell's chair, and they just said, You know what? The auditions they're not gonna work this time. No. Sunny South Florida and sunny window 79 You know all the words and you could sing along playing the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties. Seven. Only reason you should be walking away right now is to get some fiddle faddle and a capri juice box. More the well of the eighties weekend.
"simon cowell" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"So when you look at the comparison, my understanding of the real numbers, a real data and real jobs Israel clear and that is, if this president is not reelected, the market will crash and the jobs will be gone because we've seen that already under Joe Biden. How concerned are you, though about who might take the blame from voters for lack of agreement on another big Corona virus relief package? Well, you know, it's It's um It's pretty clear right now that if Congress is going to continue to play politics with people's lives, then the president is going to do was write to ensure the American people have money in their pockets to pay rent to put food in their stomachs and close on their kids. Max. He's done it before he'll do it again. And this isn't the first time Nancy Pelosi has blown up a deal to protect the American people. She did this early on in the Corona virus pandemic in which there was a deal struck between the White House and the Senate. I was at the White House of the time and the Nancy Pelosi came in, and you know, I want attack on all of my green new deal. Socialist agenda items. That's why you see the word cannabis and these deals more than you see the word jobs Thie American people understand when this president stepped to the podium. I said, we're going to now make sure with an executive order that I'm going to move funding around so that you can have the necessary money needed to continue to live your lives to continue your wellbeing. And then the Democrats responses. I'm going to sue the federal government to make sure the American people don't get that money. If you want to be on that side of the Democrats be my guest, But the American people are going to understand and know that it was Donald Trump, who was looking out for their future. And not the Democrats Conventions. They're finally upon us, not looking anything like they would have been planned to look like thanks to the pandemic. How much does that matter that you're not having all the big rallies and that it is going to be a normal convention, either. It doesn't matter because, you know, I think the American people, um you know that they expect to see their candidates out there, you know, being pressure tested by the mainstream media, taking tough, tough, tough incoming talking to the American people, letting them ask tough questions as well. And we're not saying that because of covert as you mentioned on this quarantine these the shutdowns. The virus is still here and in many ways, and so Conventional campaigning isn't a thing right now. So one of the one of the issues of the campaign we've tried to do is make sure online presence is second to none is the envy of the political world, and that has actually happened and that's good. That's a good thing. So it's pretty clear that all of the moment and the excitement on our side and so without That, you know, you would also expect the American people to see these debates those air upcoming one of the issues we've had with that is the schedule. So wait. It's the 19 eighties scheduled for a 2020 election. And so by the time the first debate happens, you're looking at eight million people with the potential of voting in 16 states. We want to move that debate up so that the people can get a chance to see these two men outlining their visions for the future of this country side by side, and we Firmly believe the uplifting, unifying patriotic message of this President America First America one for all compared to Joe Biden's America last and Crazy Socialist ideas, you know, placating to China. That's going to be a problem for them. But if we're not going to see that debate, you know at that time it's still OK because, as I mentioned, the campaign apparatus we've built here is so massive and so ready and so energized this VP pick quite frankly energizes this even more. Excited to move forward Stroke campaign. National Press Secretary Hogan Gidley Thanks very much for your time. Thanks so much. Have a great day. You're.
"simon cowell" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"Today on the show got Andrew Holly. He's the chief marketing officer at Binder binders, a global leader in digital asset management. But on the conversation today, we talk about personalization and whether it's the right to move for marketers at this point in time whether making those investments in technology are the right things to be doing given. The Do -opoly and Amazon has increasing capabilities to do personalization, and we talk about what consumers really care about much is the theme we've had on this podcast before lastly, Andrew gives us some tips and advice for his fellow CMO's in hope you enjoy this conversation with Andrew Holly. Andrew Welcome to the show. Thanks great to be here. I'm curious you grew up in. Georgia. I believe Georgia Guy or Georgia boy as I should say end up in Boston I. Think there was always some gravity for the Boston area. It's I even though I did spend my whole life until college in an Athens Georgia. New Boston is where my parents were after college. That's where they met. So we took vacations up there. There's always a little bit of gravity up theory. Thank. Exhorting itself, and then you know I got accepted to college up there is you know thirty odd colleges up there I was fantastic place in. I. Really just never list left since I graduated that's awesome. An Athens is a fun town to in Georgia where they educators professors just curious Great Guests Allen Yep Yeah I mean I feel lucky to grow up in college towns they're fantastic. Athletes is a great place. My Dad was a professor of anthropology there and my mom's a psychologist and it was a great place to grow up and went in school and met people who grew up in other towns like Austin. Texas. Or Madison Wisconsin and found that I think any college town like that. It's a really fun place to grow up. Absolutely. Absolutely. Let's talk about your past to binder and how'd you make your way there to be? I've been really a bit of a growth company Junkie in. Scale marketing organizations is my jam. It's the seventh growth company have been a part of fourth as as head of marketing. Now, come out of college I really didn't know what I wanted to do. I got into management consulting, which was just a great introduction to business and I see small upstart companies really overturn industries and that got me interested into Kinda you know start up and growth companies and once I got there really just fell into marketing. It's just a I. Don't have to tell your listeners. It's just a really rewarding intellectually stimulating part of an organization that's constantly changing and so i. Feel lucky kind found something that I really really enjoy doing and have at least some modicum of talent at. Like what is the company do toast a little bit about company so binders what's called digital asset management space, and so binders I sas platform that lets marketers get more usage impact from their creative assets while at the same time keeping everything on brand. So it starts from kind of you know streamlining the creation, the approval of assets in relates the place where a marketer can organize and manage those assets and then more and more crucially than connects to all the downstream systems and people so that people can find and utilize those assets they need for campaigns and things like that. So you're working. kind of this nexus if you will of creative assets in their use curious what your thoughts are on the trending push deliver more personalized marketing. So as yourself lots of the guests you've had on the show Allen like we learned from the companies we do business with right and so no binders lucky. We work with eighteen hundred or so just really great brands and we're seeing what they're doing and I've really been struck by the emphasis. I see now in storytelling in creative and it's prompted us to thinking in realize that maybe after a couple of decades, the high water mark for. A real obsession with investing date personalization, the high watermark might be in view I think many marketers maybe seeing less and less return from that extra bit of investment in in in personalization and and micro targeting, and that you know marketing attention may be beginning to return to our roots in creative and storytelling in the more emotive side of the game. Yeah. It definitely has been a theme on on the show in. There's many reasons I guess that are are driving it right? Like there's one that you just exhaust. You're you're advantages at some point in time as you get more and more and. More targeted. It may be in the B. Two B. World. You could go further because the customer lifetime value is that much higher in the consumer world but then tumors, I think more recently if you think about things like that are happening with face spoken the boycott because of the platform itself but consumers are worried about privacy and it feels a little creepy at times. Yeah. For sure that those are two of the new I. think contributors to this this rebalancing maybe we could call it Allen and you had a great segment a little while back with Bob Hoffman. I think what did he? Surveillance Marketing I thought that was pretty pretty apt term and yet there's real. There's real backlash on the on the whimsical side. I'm sure you like me and everyone else has a personal story of you know personalization gone to wrong right or do you has surely Stafford? You? Yeah. I mean the most recent example I can't remember the exact product but my wife and I were. Talking about something she I look for it on the web and then the next thing you know in her Instagram, facebook feed the ads for that product start showing. So they're obviously targeting our home ip address not knowing which device was the original device that was looking for the thing but she's worried that are you know home speakers listening to every conversation while they are? Yeah Yeah for me. It's the it's the Hawaiian shirt ad that's following me across instead Zombie. Ed Right that's been following across the Internet for three years even though I don't own any wine shirts anymore. And that that that kind of consumer backlash has one thing with boycotts in consumer power but it's also now manifesting itself in the legislative realm I in Europe right with GDP are. But now with the the CPA states and not many companies here in the states don't do business in California. So I think it's it's that consumer backlash now also expresses regulation right and. So I got a big 'cause but so is that first thing you mentioned right this that kind a natural decline incremental Roi as one invest more and more in one set of strategy. It gets harder to Kinda squeeze more blood from this stone as we segment deeper and deeper costs rise to create the creatives needed to support that segmentation while the audience of each spiker segment shrinks. So it's got an inherent sort of limiting factor on incremental ROI it. No one's GONNA argue that being relevant to our consumer to our customers not. Important super important in it's fantastic. Twenty Year Ron what data has allowed us to do here. Again I think it's more of a rebalancing as the limits of that Roi come into focus. We can rebalance our attention to storytelling in creative curious to get your thoughts on tech stack. If you will does it, it has been so much investment frankly for marketers to invest in either DMP and all of the various gonNA use old school terms, hoses, and wires that connect everything together it doesn't make sense in your mind to continue to. Invest in his personalization capabilities given like this rebalancing if you will for sure it depends on where one is in this journey right and if as we've all been part of dealing with Martin vendors, right they'll. They'll show maturity curves. Kind of depends on where we are. So obviously, we want to be relevant and that's really important but I think if you look at the end game, the online do -opoly are gonna Google and facebook and probably Amazon. If you start thinking about kind of product selling, they're gonNA be able. To at the end of the day, handle targeting in personalization better than just about any of.
Simon Cowell broke his back riding an e-bike
"Talent Live Show tonight, NBC. 8 p.m. And, You know there's gonna be an empty chair because Simon colors in the hospital broke his back writing that e bike. Well, guess who's taken a spot? My favorite American Idol and yours, Kelly Clarkson's gonna be on tonight. Stina
‘AGT’ goes live without injured Simon Cowell, without an audience — and with a surprising new judge
"Clarkson is going to fill in for Simon Cowell's on America's Got talent. This week, Kelly will temporarily replace Simon as a judge on the NBC talent competition while he recovers from back his back injury that after taking that nasty spill on his electric bike over the weekend. Kelly Clarkson says she's going to appear as a guest judge during tonight and tomorrow night's live shows on America's Got talent.
"simon cowell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Gentle and Be sure to click on the bell to get notified. For all the new clips. We post I might want to say, God bless you for happened, Janet. I can't help right now. Because I'm hidden in Howard must have barely eating around the house right now. I'm praying and for everyone right now, and you know it doesn't help that we see this kind of violence. I just got a text message for somebody in Louisville, saying they're moving from the rioters and the protestors and the and the looters are room moving from downtown Louisville to the suburbs. Please pray there is no violence. And yet the media won't cover this, will they? Tucker Carlson last night had a pretty brilliant monologue about the mainstream media's refusal to carry to cover the violence were seeing in America's cities. Listen to this. Craziness, but it seems now almost normal. Violence is a feature of daily life at this point in the nation's capital. Over the weekend, 21 people were shot in a single incident in Washington. Or than half of them were women. One was a DC police officer. It was the single biggest mass shooting in America this year, and yet you probably heard nothing about it. Members of Congress didn't lock arms on the house for to demand an end to the gun violence. CNN didn't book a procession of Weepy teenage gun control. Actives extended town hall meeting. News organizations barely touched the story, and when they did, they moved on fast. It wouldn't help the Biden campaign to talk about it, so they didn't talk about it. As far as we can tell, neither seen nor MSNBC even mentioned it Today. 21 people shot in a group in our capital city, and they acted like it didn't happen. But it did happen. We're showing it to you on the screen right now. 21 African Americans shot by gunmen. Yet the media spent all weekend telling you about how Simon Cowell's fell off his electric bike in Malibu. Because really black.
Kelly Clarkson to Fill in for Simon Cowell on ‘America’s Got Talent’ After His Back Surgery
"Going to Are we doing? Simon call Now. How is Simon called doing? I should say. Well, all things considered, he's okay but he broke his back. So you know where the weekend He broke his wealth blowing up his electric bike. That's right. He got an electric bike, which goes up to 60 miles per hour was his first time riding it and he decided to Papa Willie in the electric bike fell off of it. It had to have surgery because he broke his back. He has rods and his best, but he's OK. Thanks. What? What? What's up for him in the weeks ahead. I mean, Recovery. Physical therapy is going to be unbelievable. It's going to be unbelievable. If you remember a few years ago, he actually took a really bad and fall identified affairs and had to have therapy for that he was supposed to start. Oh, no, never thought you would say that. That's why I made note of it. Yeah, but now he's in recovery. He thinks his nurses and doctors, but he was supposed to start when the Americans got talent again, and obviously we can't do that. So who's what's going to happen? America's got talent because American good little it's talent. America will never lose its talent show was on And stepping in for him. It's Kelly Clarkson. Of course, she has her talk show, but the two go way back and she's American Idol winner. She's fine, and she's stepping in. I'm sure she'll be much nature judge than he is.
Kelly Clarkson to Fill in for Simon Cowell on ‘America’s Got Talent’ After His Back Surgery
"Folks that Simon Cal turned into a star going to be filling in for him this week after Cal Siri's injury since Simon Cowell's will be gone this week from America's got talent after breaking his back during an electric bicycle accident. Kelly Clarkson will take his place is a judge on the show is in the live rounds. Clarkson will sit beside Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara Tuesday and Wednesday. Cal had surgery after the back break over the weekend. It's not clear how long he'll be out. He was a judge when Kelly Clarkson won the first season of American Idol in 2000 to Jason
"simon cowell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Association annual convention in Washington, D. C. I spoke with Dr John How Avia May President About one. Health health is really a collaboration between physicians and veterinarians. Health officials, for example, in Minnesota state veterinarian deals with zoonotic diseases Rabies, for example, animals or sentence for humans, humans or sentence for some infections. There's more valuable information at a V. A maid dot or in these days of political correctness, NASA is joining the ever growing list of organizations and companies reexamining its naming system, removing names that are insensitive and harmful from its vocabulary. And Jemima, the chicks, Lady, a Mrs Butterworth's and the Washington football team. And now celestial objects are undergoing a rebrand Eskimo Nebula and the Siamese twins. Galaxies are just two examples of nicknames that will be retired, according to the space agency. Many indigenous people consider Eskimo as a derogatory term because of non native colonizers using it. I mean eater of raw meat, meaning barbarism. In June, Dreyer's ice cream dropped the name Eskimo Pie after nearly 100 years. Reality television star Simon Cowell's has been scheduled for surgery after breaking his back at his California home cowl fell while testing an electric bike in Malibu. The television personality initially has been doing fine under observation, beginning his career as a record producer in the eighties and nineties, Cowl rose to fame and early two thousand's. As Thie, cranky judge on American Idol He became a household name with his often blunt and harsh commentary. Two contestants of the reality. Siri's, The judge has gone on to participate in produce similarly formatted.
"simon cowell" Discussed on KOMO
"Question. How do we build a city? We all want to live in work and in playing bridge. Thorsen from Seattle. Refined joins us so explain what Laura Cleese did next Brit He created something called Intentional list, which is a digital search engine and guide that's aimed at helping people support small businesses and connect with the divers. People behind those businesses. The website was you type and you go to intentionally dot com and you type in the kind of business you need your location, and then I provide you a list. From there. You can tell her your options, depending on what's important to you that there's a certain communities like the support you can select black owned, veteran owned woman owned LGBT Q owns, for example. There's also a ton of guys and resource is on their form. And this is what Laura is the owner When she came back to Seattle like you mentioned after 20 years, she talked quite a bit had changed, especially in regard who physically had a face in the city. She wondered how don't we harness technology in support of a sustainable, inclusive economy? How do we build a city that we all want to live and work in play and be a part of So simply put intentional ist is an intentional list where people can decide how and where they want to put their money just a bit more intentionally, Maura says. Oftentimes we're all on autopilot, which I can relate to, and we missed a ton of easy opportunities to make simple, small decisions that add up to support the kind of city we want to be part of their more info on Laura and intentional ist online right now, and I'm also super excited to say that we're ever find collaborating with intentional is moving forward. Spotlight stories of some of these small businesses that maybe you haven't heard about but are the day first small businesses at the heart of our community. So many, many, many more stories coming. Bravo! That's great. Go to Seattle refined dot com for more on that. Good idea. Well, one of the people made a star by Simon Cowell's will fill in for him this week after a serious injury. Baby sees Jason Nathan Seuin reports on Simon Cowell's will be gone this week from America's got talent after breaking his back during an electric bicycle accident. Kelly Clarkson will take his place is a judge on the show is in the live rounds. Clarkson will sit beside Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara Tuesday and Wednesday. Cal had surgery after the back break over the weekend. It's not clear how long he'll be out. He was a judge when Kelly Clarkson won the first season of American Idol in 2000 to Jason Nathan's and ABC News Hollywood. Clorox has been ramping up production amid the Corona virus pandemic in a conversation with ABC is Good Morning America, Clorox CEO elect Linda Rendall says they're producing one million packages of wipes every single day and shipping them to store, she adds. Production is up 50% since the start of the year at 6 28 Individual results Very exclusions apply. Imagine feeling the freedom of 2020 vision without the hassle of glasses and contacts. Well, thanks to the LASIK Vision Institute. That freedom could be yours. If you want LASIK, then the LASIK Vision Institute has officially taken away everything standing in your way.
Simon Cowell breaks his back on electric bike
"Recovering from surgery after breaking his back while writing an e bike around his home in California. NBC's Geovany This tells us there's concern that unskilled riders air hopping out of those motorized bikes. The accident, renewing safety concerns as E bike sales soar across the country, one shop says sales have increased nearly 300% year over year during the pandemic. And experts believe the motorized vehicles are giving people some much needed fresh air as they stay away from public Transit Hall was apparently testing the new bike at his Malibu home when he took that fall. A spokesperson for Cowles is the entertainment mogul in America's got talent judge was doing fine after surgery, which required the placement off a metal rod in his back. The
"simon cowell" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The jungles of some from you Radio. London head wrestling world mourning The passing of James Harris, best known for plain Camilla in the W W E he was 70. The six foot 7 £380 Harris famously feuded with the undertaker and Hulk Hogan. Well in the W W E e until his retirement in 2006 the Ugandan giant was known for his frightening face paint an elite athleticism around the ring. Former WW e broadcaster Jim Ross tweeted a character you created and a nice, nice man Rest in peace. Simon Cowell's is recovering after Having surgery to repair a broken back. He was injured over the weekend while he was testing his new electric bicycle at his Malibu home in the courtyard of his Malibu home. How didn't I don't know. How did you get going fast enough to break your back at him. I'm assuming the courtyard is rather large Woogie. Okay, spokesperson says Cal's doing fine after the surgery is injuries required the placement over a metal rod in his back. That sounds awful. He created America's Got Talent services, a judge on the show. This season's first live episode will air Tuesday and Wednesday and they will air without him. I can see why I would imagine when he fell. He probably you probably heard something and then went Oh, no. Oh, I just Yeah, well, could students see the inside of a classroom this year? After all, we'll have that story coming up. We also have a look at your realty. I'm trafficking your weather in three minutes. Kogo dears time, 7 57 8 year The annual piece in the streets festival invites young people everywhere to show their vision of peace in their own neighborhood and in the world through film Koba 19. Pandemic is a reminder of how crucial it is for communities around the world to work together to overcome the global challenges we face..
Simon Cowell lucky he wasn't paralyzed in horrific electric bike crash
"Talent. Judge Simon Cowell's recovering from surgery after breaking apart of his back after falling off a electric bike more
Simon Cowell breaks his back falling off electric bicycle, will miss this week's 'AGT' live shows
"Simon Cowell's in the hospital after breaking his back when he fell off in electric bicycle of his home in Malibu. Cal, who's 60 had emergency surgery last night. Not going to be appearing in Tuesday night's America's Got talent show set to broadcast its first live taping in months,
Simon Cowell injures back while testing electric bicycle
"Is in the hospital today after breaking his back when he fell off an electric bicycle at his Malibu home. The 60 year old cow well known for his work on American Idol and America's got talent was testing a new electric bike when the accident occurred. He had emergency surgery last night and was said to be doing fine. It's unclear when Cowl will return to America's got talent, which is scheduled to broadcast its first episode in months on Tuesday. There were no
Simon Cowell of 'America's Got Talent' breaks his back falling off electric bicycle
"News. America's got talent creator and Judge Simon Cowell's broke his back yesterday. We're told he was testing his new electric bicycle at his home in California. Cowl was expected to have some surgery done. According to a spokesperson. He fell off that bike while in the courtyard with his family in a house in Malibu. He was taken to a hospital and was said to be under observation and is doing fine. It is
"simon cowell" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"As like the hosts. Oh Yeah. It would be fabulous and then Stacey McKenzie and JBC could be guests. or JBC doesn't have to be there. Wouldn't. JBC come. From. I mean, W I assume I don't. I used to watch ABC on unreal. That's that's where I for it was first introduced to him and he's been. He's been Paul's drag race judge a couple of times like the American show. But unreal is this scripted series that is based on reality television. So he plays one of the producers and the show. And who's producing the reality people in unreal. The fake reality show that's on unreal. It's It's like a, it's like a version of the bachelor. So that's where he was an, but on on real, he kinda plays like a slightly VICI end. So hot that our worth ranch. He's doing a really great job. Yeah. This episode though he seemed like mean like purposefully like decision I made a decision to be mean like some kind of face was me. Yeah and and I think the difference between a Simon Cal and JBC moment as we're having here and I and I do think that I'm sure the queen's are definitely feeling this. Is that you almost feel like Simon Cowell has earned his place to say this because Simon Cal has impeccable taste. This goes back to the comment earlier that I was trying to make where I'm like I'm not sure if you have the fashion crab to be, you know to be judging this foul, right? Right So again, you know as far as I know, JBC is very handsome, but I've never known of him to be a fashion person. So when he talks about feeling the fantasy and the construction and things looking shape and blah, blah blah, I don't know where you've gotten. Israeli to do this. Yeah. It it bothered me that he was like zeroing in on some of the girls dragged skills. In Way, not zeroing in because I, don't think he was accurate, but just like insulting the way the things looked or it's like I thought this was boring. Remember exactly the line, but he says something really cutting about somebody rag and their ability to do drag and I was like you are a model who spoke well. To get a post. I don't think you drag artists Oregon whatsoever. So it's like all not felt. Like. He was not from a place of authority whatsoever, just an absurd guy liner. Sit there with your liner. Lines. I was listening to a wonderful talk Frank Cario recently, and he's this amazing writer. He got his He used to do segments on the daily show when it first started and he would be, he would like a gay review of movies, and so he was like this very gay character on TV and Frank Cario said that he's like I like my gaze to be like ice cream I don't want them to be like like. Like like I. Want It..
Gabrielle Union Files Discrimination Complaint Against Simon Cowell and 'AGT'
"Gabrielle union I there's some news about Gabrielle union yeah in fact she filed a complaint Thursday so Gabrielle union you'll remember let's back up a little bit we'll just say that the headline is that she has filed a discrimination complaint against America's got talent's producers along with NBC universal will we'll talk about the details in just a moment but I do think it's helpful to back up and remind people that this is not the first time they've heard of Gabrielle union's harassment complaints against NBC universal and America's got talent so let me just give you a little background on that we talked about that I actually can't remember the specific when new time this very fleeting at this moment do you are you tight when we initially yeah I talked about and that was like a month ago maybe actually you know what I have to be to win new terror it was November of last year okay we learned that Gabrielle union had a complaint a number of complaints to lodge against America's got talent but specifically Simon how you remember that's when we learned about for example the story about Jay Leno making a racist joke during a commercial break that they were filming so all that was you know just under a year ago but then and we knew stuff was going on behind the scenes because NBC universal had talked about how they were addressing the issue but we really didn't hear anything else well apparently being made the negotiations which they were in the midst of conducting were not enough order Gabrielle union didn't feel that those negotiations were leading to the results she was hoping for which it seems that is the reason that she went ahead and filed this complaint and I should say that this complaint is actually very likely a precursor to an actual lawsuit so that's that's that's what I know about blackouts I'm old I am I never happened just works okay so sorry technical difficulties over okay so this is the will so we're now in the precursor to a lawsuit that will be ruled out by Gabrielle union for these discrimination allegations likely I read the story in variety which talks about how this is all laid out and what the complaint actually is who it's to and I can tell you that the complaint itself was filed with California's department of fair employment and housing and it name specifically three outfits FremantleMedia Simon cowl's production company Syco or Sicko I don't know he said it's probably not psycho and then NBC universal and again those D. F. E. H. complaints are usually precursors to a lawsuit and Holly brought this up during the dirt alert so the NBC entertainment chairman Paul to like be he has also been accused in this recent complaint of threatening Gabrielle union through her representative for speaking out against the racism on the set that she felt she witnessed okay so this is like an onion right like the layers of an onion yeah there sure initial allegations that she shared publicly and you said it was in November past that well that's when the story broke we should say about her because you'll remember she and Julianne Hough four let go and I think it was shortly there after that we started learning that not all was well right so so there's that like sort of pod right so like you know she talked about things not being so great on set in November and then just in the complaint of that or the public awareness of that then she starts to experience harassment as a result of speaking out yes so when she you know made those those complaints public apparently she claims that she faced pushback and directly threats from the head of NBC's entertainment okay S. and you know none of the people that were names I believe are speaking with the exception of a spokesperson for NBC universal and here's what they said very categorically quotes the allegation that anyone involved in this process threaten his union is categorically untrue we took ms unions concerts CERN seriously and engaged an outside investigator who found an over arching culture of diversity on the show NBC universal remains committed to creating an inclusive and supportive working environment where people of all backgrounds are treated with respect it sounds like a very boiler plate you have to lease you know cover all your bases response it does not address the specific our issues brought up in her complaint and her people are taking you know everyone to task as a result I I'm not going to read the full response from her she I found this interesting this little side note but she's got this person speaking on her behalf and it says that he has power of attorney his name is Brian Friedman I'm not I'm not sure if that's just her legal representative but I'm I'm wondering if it's because of like coal bed that she he has to act as her power of attorney because maybe she's not able to be wherever interesting racing or maybe that's just totally standard but like when our attorney Mike white is Gabby union union you need our
"simon cowell" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Public television service it's like they may charge you three dollars but it's worth every dime the aching of the B. album bridge over troubled water and it's Simon Garfunkel last album and they don't realize it but winning the joy they go they go over every song on the album and how they wrote it and you know how they came to writing and talking about bridge over troubled water Paul Simon writes it calls for rolled the producer and says I may have just written the greatest song I ever and they get into this and they decide that is not long enough they make Simon Cowell and right the middle sail on silver girl sail on by but I was saying is when I was in eighth grade I in the choir and that's what times are like van this is a great song Beverly thanks so much for calling New Jersey won a one point five it's going to Adeline New Jersey auto one point five Hey Bob good how are you doing what's your soon all confusion by the temptation that's a good one tell me I could have been a great rap song by a delegate yeah I mean I read this was like one nineteen sixty eight somewhere in the late fifties early seventies yeah and this was when the temptations to change their act and to become the first this is this going to be like this is something that should be covered by a by a rapper this would be great to be covered by a JZ somebody cover this I love it thank you for New Jersey world forty five the this the assault as described the time right now let's talk to twenty five Hey rob good how are you here.
"simon cowell" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"TV shows all over the world. China all over so it was. I just wanted to bay the best. I could possibly be with US perfect and on that note. I want to re up with the big story which I'm sure you've told a thousand times times but I I would say that your parents on Britain's got talent is probably maybe your biggest appearance possibly. It's the woods up there. Yeah we're in my neck of the woods would be. Yeah Yeah so what happens asks the world's best now is that CBS us. Yes okay. Now I was in Hollywood films Sharing Hollywood. Wow Yeah. Hating the ties drew. Barry Mall Wet with re Paul. Don't know what the the judge's pitches name was often see if I could find it online. Some of the West and is on my channel anyway. Excellent excellent. I will look that up in Lincoln Lincoln. So what happened because you famously are the person who hypnotized a contrarian signed the cowl. Yeah it was a crazy Z.. Day Basically GT in church. They've seen a newspaper practical Don and they want to be on the show me to be on the show and only successfully zestful a hypnotize. Don't to shows before that so I I said no but they kept contact me and say look we really want you on the show so I said okay when along I mean when I look back now die because I was terrible. I didn't. I was such a rookie. I didn't know what was doing. Well you had to be nervous and my wife did did compliment. She said she has such poise. I can't believe that so you came off. Strong be terrified Gina Wall. I work with people just before I go home so meet the people just before we go on. I am really nervous about that. Because it's all about the people if they've got me you know. Cretans then I'm like Oh my God this could be terrible. ONE-STAGE I'm fine. I'm in the unfocused at literally. Do you think back to when I was a kid and one of one of my friends will said to me this is putting myself in the mindset. One of my friends will walking through a bunch of lads and she was like right head up stroke and we walk through. This bunch of lads eater straighten our stuff and and that's where I go back to my hand. I'm like right. Let's get ready to strip bee's essay and I'm lying. I am hypnotise lie. And that's what I say to myself. Go on and I'm like yes speaking like this and then walk off to see Matrix Ping over everything go on stage. I'm like different persona so but yeah it was. It was what you saw with very different to what happened worked out on stage and I asked for volunteers and Simon Powell started straight where it was being main main as usual and he was saying. How do we know? These volunteers A.. How do we know there have been pre picked by you and everything and so the crew then had to the show him on a lot on ipad of me asking volunteers in the queue outside because they then had to sign consent I and insurance and everything else so the characters pick people out the audience so they have to then show him? A video of that process happen concur at this point. I am on stage for five minute. Everybody's already doing his thing because the federal government and nothing's happening the north was paid off because between lean on a hot stage so she's just barking wants to go home. Imagine eventually my people come up and do the saying and the originals. What got out was the original set of people P-? We're told that they'd forget the number seven. The next set of people fault that the original people were neck. Hit a Finnish during the you know the baton and everything and then I because I was a rookie. I forgot to remove suggestion. I was wondering about their so. I sent them off backstage and I went to be judged and I got aw yes as and then Simon Count started saying whether he'd come up and everything and they told me that if anybody comes up with James Corden that's cool and then and Simon House stood up and I just okay bye careers every stop. He comes up and he was just like he was stood by going. Nothing's nothing's happening and I didn't know whether he was talking to me all whether everybody could hear him because they sometimes switch different Mike Soccer so aside he said nothing's happening so I said itchy teeth. You dazzling her like just as a joke. Sorry closed his mouth then he just when it's not working and walked off and I just thought Oh shit that was awkward and then he gave me for yes is a one off stage and as soon as a work of stage stage my agent Cameron Yup anyone. Everybody's been wanting to attack and deck and Decca co-hosts. You know the people that stunned that aside because they thought the naked because I hadn't remained the suggestion so they were all shouting. Saying what the Hell's going on you. They sit my kids. Watch this show why Kate typing funny with jumping up and down wiggle to be separates it did. They think that they were making themselves and they were displaying. Oh no no they. They'd forgotten the number seven. It was absolute chaos at the hot spring security in and split the mall. As soon as I came out I was hearing about smells like right and needs to go removed. They suggestion and I'm like can you remove it. We can't count on and I was like. Oh God I wanted to do that. And one of the main produces uses chemical and said we need you back on Stage Silent House clouds and about Roy Light. The blood drained makes shit made aide. I've killed Simon cow mention. Bring the dog so I was like okay got the dog walked back onstage. And what you don't hear is during my whole act. Everybody was booing his saying They were showing off of off. Because I've been on stage for so long and the drunk the audience the being there the whole dead the role drone driven tours in the audience. She was only about ten times. She's bawling her eyes out because his role be horrible to me so I went back onstage to absolute rapturous applause. The you know the bully audience rarely did have split ellipoid turn them pay and.
"simon cowell" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"His mom moment died and had promised the kids with be going to Australia. Yeah and when I found soccer. Oh my God how am I going to tell the kids. This is going to be awful so I went her room a friend Hugh that give me and you know the hypnosis when I was when I was pregnant and he said Christina. Why do you take over my show? You know be a stage hypnotists and I was like I cannot the day that no way not proud. I cannot stand in front of people speaking on a stage. Not My bag okay. So the next day I went to the job center and I thought hot do this either. This is. I don't know whether you've got jobs centers in unemployment office or yeah yeah and it was just like no way. Hi this is not for me so I thought Ryan how can they need to challenge as limiting beliefs so went straight her and literally he is to work the university circuits Sarang. Lena cobbled together assure real that was his show. Real budget edited him out and I run around all the university said look this shows shows back on the road except time doing it and they booked it and then about four weeks I'd booked. I think it was six shows and they don't page me up from how date grabbed in the bank nice. I went off to Australia for a month with the kids. What are you saying? Why the hell did I do this ten years ago? Yes the apart from the fact that he was still doing it that I couldn't stealing share. No okay how did you overcome. Because it's very interesting. You have the fear of public speaking. Can things like that. Did he help hypnotize you into now. I did south okay. Recorded sessions myself. Because he was a stage hypnotist. He wasn't a therapist. I he didn't have qualifications but I did have qualifications in therapy by that point anyway. We're going that what's the difference might my. What's the difference between hypnotherapist and I say no I? I think it's very relevant question because the session you said right there. They're different sessions there different kinds of things. So what. What would you do? Get a lot of hypnotists stepping over into therapy but you generally really get them sticking to things like weight loss off stopping smoking because they can give us suggestion. That's quite direct. Your Stop Smoking Test Disgusting Risk of sting. You know that kind of thing. The vision kind of therapies insular beaten K. L. test all full and that kind of thing it's quite easy straightforward straightforward to do those things hypnotherapist has more therapy background. They are doing therapy so they will. We'll have more knowledge to be able to deal with something like anxiety or see day. All fears phobias. So what would that session be like. Because I I really would love a little ill in the details kind of example because a lot of people a similar same of like a session take. OCD type of there's a CD if so with Earthy d you have to again. You're working doing all of therapy with the person so you looking at that thought. The process that creates CDs constantly very often this coming you know and they. They have a suggestion in their mind. They've given on themselves a suggestion that if I touched this five times then I won't got Buffalo. Everything will be okay so then we have to change that suggestion not suggestion live hypnotized and I was gonna say that's almost like Like Dave mind-controlled have a horrible feedback loop YEP executive so they have that suggestion. So then I have to change that suggestion not something. That's healthier. All you know sir. It's would imagine. A hypnotist might have an idea how to do it. But you might end up doing more damage than in a good so you have to proper knowledge. SO THAT WE I. I could be presumptuous in politics. But it sounds like you're not unraveling one thing. You're trying to mitigate an entire condition which could have fifty sixty hundred different things and you're trying to kind of dig down to the whatever's causing the loop and and see if you can slow it down or redirect a slightly laze fare. It's it's yeah it's I mean. No one situation is the same to give you an example. So it's really really difficult. I mean my main work is with anxiety you know and I work on changing people's thought processes so so the adrenaline doesn't get released. The call is all doesn't get released so the don't get panicky sake. Shaky failing so I- delayed the folks so we discussed the thoughts that create that chemical release so we discuss that. I also teach them. How do you know why they're experiencing anxiety and then we do hypnosis to delete the negative thoughts so they are focusing on positive productive thoughts because everybody there is another thing every situation and they talk themselves into a false trauma? You know everyone else. It calls the left waits the left and they're like oh I'm having for dinner. The person with anxiety is going on my list coming. Oh my God. I'm going to get if you get stuck. Oh my God I nothing can breathe. That's what they're doing constantly hypnotize in themselves around Fox so we need to get those thoughts external again instead of the thoughts being internalized kind of feel the summer panicking was breathing. Doing do I feel sick. We have to external again. To what time is it what we're having for dinner. We weren't released they adrenalin. We weren't released. The car is all we work fail. What feel panicky? And everything's fine and then I'll use the the You you I'll tell them to then go caller left. What shall if Dole's open washing clothes? COA set for day one the next day call list get in get out again not sick safer than that day. That might be one flaw. Say so there's no you know I don't push them through anything and make them do anything terrifying. How long to to the effects last and I ask because you need when you Go through anything. It'd be a therapeutic like you. Get them to call lift. Is it then. Yeah well you need to take a lift home every so often. So you don't rebuild your nervous again or it's eight interesting because people if what happens happens with anxiety and things like that you know Agra Phobia Evie verbier and everything once. Somebody is like right. These thing terrifies me. Next stays avoidance behavior so they avoid it and it gets even worse so yes they need to be doing that thing regularly. I wanted to ask house loans. One one five teach somebody. How am I understand how the brain works and how avai calls it themselves because they are causing it themselves then they know how to stop causing it and once they grasp it fully? You know people go. How how many sessions is as it is a one ten and I always say probably one to three but it depends on how quickly you grasp and you understand because once they understand how it works and some have kids come in and they get it straightaway? Belie never feel. I mean everybody. Experiences variances anxiety relevant. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean they. They understand the process and it's easy for them to change but yes some people get really quickly and some people it takes time for them to understand they are how yeah is quite difficult to explain with examples goals but they have to understand the quality of that thoughts like you know somebody might come for one session. They feel better but still having some low quality not thought so the might not be thinking. Oh my God I'm GonNa get stuck in the left but they're still thinking that's going to be pleasant which is still look quality. It's not not like this is going to be amazing. I'm going to be fine. Which is high-quality? Okay now with the executive coaching. It's their versus similarities. There are you. I don't know if you're familiar with landmark forum or what has been described as be have to and essentially intially. The behalf do is the it's the idea of. We typically have the mindset of if I have this I can do this and I will be that yes. Yeah and the argument on that is that that's actually backward. You should say I am that and if you are that in your mind and your spirit everything anything else then things will start to come to you. It's a mindset in that like you're hypnotised right and in your case it sounds. Sounds like you're talking about like affirmations. Kinda like yes. Yeah people ask me about affirmations. All the time and affirmations are essentially a hypnotic nick suggestion. Yeah and the reason why you do affirmations on the morning and evening is because they are your natural fetter state. Your natural will hit knocking steps. Yeah so as you wake up in the morning is still in a stay of hypnosis. So you repeat reformations so they go straight into your subconscious mind. The problem is a lot of people coming affirmations. Don't work for me because you know they can't fault they're going. I am a millionaire. I'm a million and that we have a critical sensor and it will reject bs if you're giving an affirmation that you absolutely absolutely a hundred percent. Now it's not true. Your critical sensor will throw out along with the rest of the suggestions and it will never were so the and do use an example. In your case you could at one point have the affirmation. I am the world's best hypnotist or that actually gets at that Eh. I went to reject it. Would you or somebody could say that. I am the best fill in the blank but the world doesn't know it but they know it and as an example except think of some of these if you look at some of these giant stars or actors very very many of them everyone around them when you interview. They'll say there's something about them them. Some sort of star quality you know or whatever it is And a friend of mine. Chris lockhead brought up Maria Matola which I can't say right but the famous world champion tennis player. How the interviewer? What was it like when you will Wimbledon and she is like it was wonderful Blah Blah Blah but? I've wanted every every year. You know I've wanted since I was three Is that some of What you're talking about? Yeah I mean familiar enough. Somebody client a hard on Friday. Day said to me that they had written themselves check like Jim Carey a video on Youtube. I think she donors has for one. Hundred Thousand Patches Ashes likes him appearance. I was like D- believe it. She was like now that all the time he wrote and he believed Janine. He was lying focused fixated. Absolutely one hundred percent. Believed what happens is when you you everybody has different filters yeah so you walk into my room now. A interior design will look around the room and decide what you know they. They will notice the design. A plumber will notice the central heating and unlike Trish in will not see electric electric's somebody that read books will notice the books of shelf. Sure somebody else will notice Mahamadou. My nails misuse. Everybody has different filters and when you're assign a restaurant and you'll talk into somebody somebody on the next stage you know they might go. podcast generate all of a sudden your conscious mind scams everything gets like four billion pieces of data. Second sure who I constantly so you scooper conscious is scanning all all the time it heard every word about tables conversation. Every single word it only flagged up to when it was something something eight believed you were interested in the absolutely so to set your filters. That's how you do the affirmations that I mean we need to give our subconscious mind clear destination. We are GONNA program the novel mind so we really behalf to give it clear directions of why we wanted to go so if I'm a plumber and I am going to be the greatest plummer in my city. I A will start to think as if I am the greatest plummer NC in I I try to think in a manner that the greatest plummer in the city think. What's think yeah it's like if somebody wants to lose is where I'll think right? Imagine a thin person has just been lund fittest. Olympian Olympic. Athlete has just been put in your body with Vr. I have time for excise of got to work all day. What would they do that go? Earlier they underway. Find it find a way today and it's the same in you know whatever you do you have to think like fat person would thank you very often with people you know. I'll get people either. Want to get promotion. All they feel like they're worthy of at the just not there. Yeah so it's like right. Take the level. Stop being that person now in right so if you act like the manager and are in a manner than people actually just visualize you that you're obviously the next manager our team lead uh-huh grade yourself you know I I have clients wouldn't climb particular. That's you know wanted to be a regional money. He saw me three times. And you you know it was over a couple of years but when he first came to see me was like is something of my mind is like a distant dream within a year or so he was bad it was like a now. I'm seeing him preparing himself. Ready to step into that role because how well you were a manager in our regional manager. How will oh you dress differently? Speak differently how will you present differently. Think about regional manages that you've admired. How are they different? What you you can do differently? How are you going to upgrade yourself and improve yourself and get into that mindset those? How bad those behaviors and then start once you get comfortable start acting like the next role? Yeah and they knew you know an affirmation. Every day I am becoming a might not be the best regional money. Sure face place like every day I am becoming regional manager a greater better in you know regional money. It's think about what you can accept. You know the next the next level that he possibly has definitely possibly. You'RE NOT GONNA you're not saying I'm going to set the world record in sprinting. which if you don't have the a physical at your? There's no possible way shape or anything. When I started out as a hypnotist I was like right? I'm going to see how far I can get get in this industry in a yeah and within three years ago. 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"simon cowell" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"How do you control? Oh for them. I'm trying to stay quite clean with questions on to any is difficult mixing Y do because coaching I think we do coaching is different in the UK. Coaching too coaching to you guys tends to be training. Coaching to us is more of a counseling. Kind of breath situation. Where you're asking clean questions you're not you're not guiding of directing at all? You're really asking questions. Does the yet to help that person understand themselves better and then use hypnosis which is obviously the absolute the opposite of that is the absolute direct on percents focus suggestion. So I'll have to be really cleaned with the first of to get to get your stir foul and then I decided to use hypnosis someday than I will get their words. Wha What do you want. So what behaviors de won't change here. What do you? YOU WON'T GET A. How do you want to fail? How do you want to bay? What new behaviors do on a new style language than to give a suggestion? It's interesting that you said clean questions because because I was thinking about it we are apt to say one thing and mean another and not realize we do that but as the person was asking the question we have of course our own baggage our own thoughts and Oh when they're saying this they really mean that and that may not be the case. So do you mitigate gate against that by having follow up questions to kind of help guarantee no when they say like cats cats. Yes as like for instance when people come in with something I my aim is to unravel wherever is saying like even a fear of needles. Well so I'll start discussing someone's fair of NATO's almost they're all you know terrified of NATO. So what is it that you scared of. Well you know. It's it's a needle going to rom but you've got got tattoo. Yeah they would need as good here but that's not saying well. Why isn't the set and I will ask question after question after question to the light? It's not the pain I mean. It's not the need is not the light just scared of being scared. And it's okay and then we get to the real call but he's it's just literally question upon question poll question until we get to the real call of the issue and then people have that realization and very often before. I've even done any hypnosis. A lot of the work has already been done. Mix as you're asking the questions are you kind of in a weird way exposing them to a A metaphorical needle over and over and over. And so they're kind of got desensitizing. Yeah I mean yes because it never thought about Ma Ma. My aim is with something like that. I mean it's not something I do all the time. I normally wet with professionals and giving them more confidence game the over anxieties and fears. But I obviously of what with people with face needles and various other things. Because it's all a form of anxiety not when they first come to see me generally they are. They can't even imagine a needle they don't want to imagine it or see in their mind cause them imagine in it as soon as you have a third wall or an imagination you release hormones into you. Nervous system awesome. Yeah those hormones if it something like that are going to be adrenaline and Cortisol so as soon as you think about it you're going to release release those adrenaline cortisol. And you're going to start to feel shaky. You'RE GONNA start to fail so my aim is to make you think about differently. reframing reframing reframing it yeah so it's not a scary thing so I talked them out of what they thought so in the end the girl where it's not the needle scared of it's the being scared bed right. It's that it's that feeling of just before that because the needle doesn't really her Jemaine Russ is not a big. It's the bit before where and why good if he'll say come here participation that is. That's the bit that you scared of once we separate then it's like Ooh it's it's different and it's easy sake but yeah as you say when I'm talking about the needle all the time then I was thinking every time they visualize it. They're getting that stress but you're actually exposing them to a little bit a little a bit little bit and you're kind of showing slightly from the side. They're not looking directly at the needle there at the metaphorical needle. And that would maybe desensitize a little bit because it's just adding be more information to the. Yeah I mean immediately as I've done a session if I can expose them to the thing so uh you know if it's somebody scared of needles out. If they were scared of even watching I'll be like right. Can we watch somebody having attack on Youtube now. I want to do which straight away with one client actually said right. Can we book for you to go get taken. She did she bring up SCHRAMM books. Go Tek the video. My Youtube thing can. I went with a video. The one session twenty minutes and she went in a bluer taken and she being terrified of needles. The whole life just search a massive outage. She missed so many checkups and all sorts because of this issue and every fear and things I can big gum just as quick as it was created within a second and that I think is what ties over to. I Guess Life Coaching. I I I do know and I want to be clear because you are licensed therapist at life. Coaching is not a licensed thing. And you're not practicing psychotherapy on people under the guise of life coaching I always want to put that out there here in the states. It's it's a very big deal and there's a war between psychotherapists and life coaches and I think it's good to clarify but but there are some similarities not be the same but the kind of rhyme. Yeah Yeah I mean. I'm I'm an executive coach leadership development coach that's a Luma coefficients Psychotherapist counselling. I've got all those qualifications so everything I use is like a jumbled up mixture sure they reflect reflect on each other. Yeah Yeah so people come to me and the hypnotherapy but I urge them am I you know the attend to just light right which which which you know which to get now my box when when you're dealing with the executive coaching things like that okay. We just talked about a needle phobia you probably. I'm guessing are dealing clean with self imposed roadblocks or or patterns of behavior. That they may have the could be holding them up from a breakthrough. Yes I'm with. I work with CEOS of companies and it's limiting beliefs. It pumps behaviors. It's aiming them helping them to become more emotionally intelligent so they're a better leader. Coaching them through very that processes when something goes wrong we'll coach. What was a way of handling that? How could you not differently and and making the mind work differently so it's a deal with a whole host of different of professional issues that come tomase fear of a very common fare of public speaking? That's my save. You know lots of people having varieties did you. There's genetic reason behind that or historical. A stork reason. I found this lately. Recently of Wislon. it's fascinating okay. Well I've got my I've got one but then with the same old a friend Gerrad and I'll tell you my well. Basically eights millions of years ago if we spoke against the grew it would have been rejected by the grape outkast and we would have died. Yeah is it the same quite literally. Yes if you the only or very very close the only time you you would speak in front of a group is if you were defending your life so it'd be like a trial or something else so it would be very closely related to death. You've even added another layer to that but a lot of people or possibility to kill yourself spaghetti early. Oh yeah so that's fascinating. I just just when I found that out because I think everything does make sense ultimately it may not be. Yeah 'cause it's like I mean when I speak to people both speaking. Ah You can speak to me. I mean I you know I tend to be. I have my own limiting beliefs on speaking. I'm you data motivational speaker. Now and because I was a stage hypnotist to May the big the audience the easy of the show you know if I go out to an audience of ten I'm screwed because I need fifteen on stage you know if I do talk to a small group soup I feel nervous whereas stick me in front of three thousand fine but I have a question about that and I wanted to approach it because your Particular Act Act you and in front of millions however you had what you call your USB. I would call it a prop. I don't I don't know what would be the right term but you you had princess and would it be fair to say that Princess was an emotional support dog for you. As you are ramping up to large audiences can us. What is she balls? No she is. She's not emotional support. She's a nightmare. I'm the national support. But that's fine too. It was having her there as the focus helpful to you because from what if I stand up and say hey look at me. That's one thing if I say hey look at this really cool. I think eight not really because when I do if you see my show in its entirety because you stink a snip snip. Snip it when I do full two hour comedy show. That aren't doesn't come out until the end I can't hide behind her and I'm not really I mean I do feel more. I don't enjoy my cell phone cameras. Prefer if the cook to the dog genetic make an face for radio but no. She's not to be honest she's a nightmare. She's an absolute night man. Where can with an animal is not an easy thing over sudden she's tired? She's fed up a film. And you you don't want to look in any cameras you don't want to stare at people because he's been doing all day and now she's stood there and she's barking when I'm supposed to be whenever was supposed to be quiet She is definitely not unemotional hotdogs nationally draining doug how long have you been with Princess. And we got her. Wow Oh wow. How long have we had to now? We've hotter about. Let me think twenty thirteen fourteen. I got her twenty thirteen fourteen. So we've other about seven years and I started using her probably about year eighteen months after it got her skipper. Ke's live to be twenty. Plus this is a gem and spinach spits really thought she was key attorney. Is You know it's a small dog. It's all black short tail a Belgian. And they're they're twins you'll have to look it up. It's funny and I was GonNa say then my wife when I was showing her the Britain's got talent bit with it she didn't say oh. Wow hypnotists sign account. Why she goes? ooh Anomaly. Got Everybody's thinking she's a Pomeranian and that's that's the word I normally. So that's that's new all have to have a look ahead of skip a case. They're actually. Riders would live on boats and Dan help keep the rats down. There were very very popular in that environment. It's kind of my wife's favorite dog right. Yeah yeah well now. On your way up we talked about it so in Twenty fifteen you decided. Okay I want to take the show on the road. What it? It wasn't really a decision. It was a case of just been sacked. Oh failed sales rep ice to be a REP sales. Oh field bearing the lead. When did that happen here? Therapists and then a sales rep therapy and hypnosis on the side of every job of heart by blossom of the jobs are never did it. Full time really. Yeah it was just part time in in America again. It's quite different to the UK in America because of the way we've got an inch ask so nobody pays for any therapy the UK. So it's quite difficult to get a full time business Arabist or something like the K.. So I did on the side. Throughout all the different jobs I've had and I was a field sales rep and I got the sack and a hat McCaffrey. Another month and a had another months wage and I had nothing and literally at my brother had moved to Australia like twelve years before we haven't seen him for eight years..
"simon cowell" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"He couldn't get tough tough. It's exactly the same thing on nope back to Chase Hughes. He's going to love this. This is like Oh yeah. He's got a lot of great material. He kind kind of crosses a lot of area so so I love having a reference point plus I can pitch my own previous episodes. He writes in his book. The ellipse US manual and ultimately it goes into building Manchurian candidate a Manchurian candidate. It was based on a movie in a book of the same name and they've it got remade essentially turning somebody into a hitman or assassin Yup Yup and Jaron Brown. I think sort of Showed that that could we'll be done and I'm hearing from you that yes. It is possible. Yeah hundred percent annot there's this people I got on stage and I think I can make them do anything. Anything people have been in trouble. Doctors have been in trouble for messing with patients on the hypnosis. It's happened so you know I mean that's the dark side of hypnosis people come and go deep and you know. They don't even know you know what's going on. They completely lose control now. Is this what happens with cult. Exactly whether you talk about Isis Colts. You know it's exactly the same even dare I say some religions I mean I am. I was brought up a Catholic Church. She stunned up. He Nailed L.. Down you pray you The same things if you I am actually writing a book about how how. There is hypnosis in religions Jason. How hypnosis pictures in all our lives but yeah if you look at religions you know that chanting the same thing and a comfortable place you're doing processes sitting down nailing closing? Your eyes up near is sitting things like that. It's it's very similar to show colts. Do you know exactly the same thing. They take people but desire a belonging they want to be part of something Isis. Look for people that I lost because they want to give them something to belong to and then once they feel about belonging thou willing to do anything for that belonging home that really and I think about 'em I'm not trying to pick on that one but five times supreme today would probably help. Reinforce whatever the message is I think that scientologists scientists scientologist have what they call auditing. And Yeah I think you have to like literally check in every day and report your sins or your thoughts sir. Things of that sort. It's that is you know. Intense therapy is the same. I if I was really trying to change. Somebody's habits that would that would be how I program that mind by telling them to do it. You know so many times a day. Have you ever had to deal with any kind kind of I hate to say deprogramming but there you go deprogramming ninety nine percent of my work. He's deprogramming to be only stakes own hypnotize people from from the damage. They are doing by that own thoughts of the damage that has been done by their parents. You know we all have we all kind of have to voices in our heads and one voice. Is You know you can do this. You know the the cheerleader near the voice is why you doing that. You shouldn't be doing that. People are GonNa Laugh at Ya. Oh my God no. Why did you say that that negative voice just chips away you when I speak to client? Sometimes that's there the mom the dad. It might the school bully and they carry these negative voice in mind all the time that has such a negative effect on how they fail and then their behaviors and so essentially. That's why do all the time is unhappy. hypnotize people take out bad programming. Reinforce the good for I've not really I once did have somebody that had that believed she had been affected by some Voodoo. She felt she had a spell on her. So I I bet you susceptible hypnosis absolutely one hundred percent yeah with almost proved that she is very good candidate. Yeah exactly they. All the do is is is is suggest ability so you know I will work with the client. I once had a client who have nurses and she was really Hurley. She you know she was really religious. Saad right okay let I style the session like a prayer because that suits her frame of reference and with the lady they do they had the you know she was like somebody said that you might take the spell affairs like God here we go Mitch Craft which doctor now right. I don't mind burning some but she. She wanted that kind of style. I just hailed it a bit more to see. Well you know what fits her for reference and I had A. I had a cult expert on Rick Allen Ross and he actually said a good comparison to cult is an an abusive relationship. Yeah do you know I always. I had a client of friends. Sorry who I once heard her on the phone and her boyfriend said something like move that and she didn't say anything she just sort of accepted it and then Irma speaking to her again and her boyfriend was like it got to the point where her boyfriend was throwing staffer her. And it was why against the end of a wedge you you start out by accepting that small behave. He didn't do that on the first date. But I mean some people do. Yeah but you start by accepting that brooked commando demand demand and then the next time. It's a little escalates. A little bit more and a bit more on a bit more until you're in a situation you feel it's out of and very often if the point where he said move that if she'd have just turned around and said you know what I don't like speaking to that that might be the end of it but about might not have gone any further because she sat her boundaries but she accepted it so it escalated a bit mall and so very often. When somebody is being bullied late they could get different result with the way they hummed late at the very beginning makes a lot since what you described the process gas lighting? Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah gas lighters the not not nice pay five hundred a relationship with somebody gaslight himmy. It's not it's is not pleasant situation and eight makes you question your own of in a mental health thing. Now out of curiosity could the B. and I'm not trying to let him off the hook but I'm just wondering are there some people who do this and they don't even necessarily know that they're doing in housing Castellini. Somebody else like. That's the way they were raised or something and they repeat or echo that behavior. Yeah absolutely I mean. I am of the belief that nobody's inherently bad. You know we we've all you know. I've Hud's damaging bad relationships you don't solve meet somebody who think my God. She looks looks like somebody. I could destroy life. Nobody sets out with about intentions and a lot of people on even aware of that bad behavior. Yeah and they're in an even if it's pointed out to them. They can be in denial because they are too busy blaming the person. They made me like that so they don't take that responsibility on themselves and don't look at their own behaviors but yeah it's about self awareness. Self awareness is now. Dating is the new sexy. That's actually fascinating. So you're saying that internalization can actually fix both the victim and the mm-hmm bully or perpetrator. If they internalize what they are doing. Dick correct it just by doing this. Yeah if they are aware ah when when people come to me for coaching every coaching process it starts with self awareness so we have a conversation and we talk around subjects and we drill down into subjects. which is not you know that's not GonNa Happen with your friends? We really focus on subject and drill down deep with it and what starts to Kamau is their behaviors and they have realizations that they're like. Oh my God I do this because I want to control the situation or or do this because you didn't mean and they make realizations about themselves and then the next step then obviously is self-regulation. It's like right okay. I'm seeing see I'm doing to people. Now how can I correct. This is the setting. What makes that effective? Because you know there's always that scenario where you have a friend and you tell your friend you know such and such as going on you may want to look out for you. Tell them a couple of hundred times and they completely blow you off but then somebody body else completely. Different says the exact same thing you did. And they're like wow you know I just realized and you're in the back room throwing furniture. Yeah again I had a friend similar situation. I was like you need to do this. And then somebody else just so a- and I've been saying it to a few years so when I read this book again it's batch asked repetition that's part of the hypnotic process repetition of the same message so heard you say the second time the that you say it's falling on deaf ears the not accepting because all I got this again and they just delete the instruction but when somebody else says it then it's fresh new again then and it's a small lesser. Had you not said in the first place when I come person said it might not be likely to take him bald but then you know yeah okay so it wasn't a waste of your time west of cable thank you for giving us hope straight. Sing as a is. It wasn't a waste of time. Wow so now mindset etc it sounds like you shifted gears in your career kind of I don't WanNa say just your mindset but maybe to do some exploration of yourself and what year potential was. Yeah I mean when I say I compound myself in a horrific situation you know losing my dad when I was quite young and then I ended up in an abusive relationship action ship. I ended up being teenage mom and I felt I had absolutely nothing to give to the world. A No hope rally randy book during the therapy started to of met me self aware of how I was speaking to myself how I was putting myself down eight start that I started to ask myself better questions instead of. Why did this happen to me why you know it's it's like? How can I change this? How can recover from this? How can I get better? How can I develop south? How can build self esteem? How can build my confidence pendence? Did you see yourself in patients and as you were helping them to some of that kind of reflect back Same South Yeah. Every every time I see the dog generally me save you. And do I think when you study psychology psychotherapy you end up thinking you've got every kind of you know issue. Oh you EPELI HYPOCHONDRIAC doctor. He's not well. I think I might have a split person. That was yeah I need to. I mean some more than others. Obviously but you do see a little bit of yourself or you've been through something similar to a lot of clients but it's the Israeli difficult not to put your own stuff onto the client server because every deals with everything different..
"simon cowell" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"Today's guest is Christina Linen. She was dubbed the world's best hypnotised by CBS. She is also a psychotherapist psychologist. Adjust and practices both therapeutic and stay ship. NOSSA picked up stage hypnosis later on in life she is possibly most famous for. You're hypnotized Simon Cal on Britain's got talent in this episode. We cover a wide variety of topics. From how a really difficult Kyle Hood lead into her studying and taking up therapy herself becoming a stage hypnotist and yes we do cover what. What exactly went down when she hypnotized Simon Cow? This is a fantastic episode. I think you're really going to love it. And let me know you can find me online at unstructured pod dot com or you can find me on twitter instagram or facebook as unstructured. P I present to you Christina Lennon. My name is Eric and this is unstructured or we have dynamic informal conversations with some amazing people. Hey.
America’s Got Talent: Gabrielle Union’s NBC Meeting Reportedly Put All Eyes on Simon Cowell
"NBC NBC has now launched a formal investigation into what happened behind the scenes. On America's got talent that's on Judge Gabrielle Union. After a one season run on the top rated competition show following reports of a toxic culture. Union had what she described as a lengthy five hour. Is there any other kind and and productive meeting on Tuesday during which she expressed her hope for real change at the network union and fellow freshman. Judge Julian huff dismissed November. Twenty second second since then claims of off color jokes from guests Jay Leno and concerns over unions hair and wardrobe choices as being described as quote unquote to black have emerged urged shows workplace. Culture prepares to go under the microscope. In the meantime union has received support from former. Gt judges including Sharon Osborne and Howard Stern with the the ladder calling the Simon callow produce talent show a quote unquote boys club and if anyone would know to recognize a so called boys club it would be Howard stern yeah. Stern spent four seasons as a judge on talent. And here's a quote. He says quote he sets it up that the men stay no matter how ugly they are no matter how old they are no matter or how fat they are no matter how talentless they are and that's of course Howard Stern talking about Simon Cowles selection of the judge's panel he went on to say quote he replaces the hot chicks with hotter chicks and younger. Chicks Howie Mandel is doing a fine serviceable job. Why don't they change him? And why don't they change Simon. This is the ultimate example of a boys club. Time's up and other. Prominent actresses and show runners have voiced their support for
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