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"simplysafe" Discussed on Eu tava la
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"simplysafe" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
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"simplysafe" Discussed on Industry Thought Leader Podcast
"To help you cut your mortgage repayments or pay your mortgage off in half the time john or whatever it is. I mean that might be a little bit over the top. If you get what i'm talking about. It has to be something that is so enticing because your audio client is either struggling with and looking for an answer or it's providing incredible value an outcome a promise value that you know your ideal client is looking for. That's that's what you need to create in the title and the content and obviously in have you talk about that irresistible signature giveaway now. Maybe it's not even that ninety the mocking that you're doing the content that you're sharing. Maybe that's not inspiring people to join your facebook page or or follow you on instagram or reach out to you. If no one is engaging with and you you're not even getting any contact by anyone that even in your community not that saying look. I love that article or love listening to that podcast well the number one they not hearing it or reading it or seeing it and you've gotta get it out in front of them so that they can engage aging consume at sad to say but maybe the content needs a little bit of tweaking. Maybe the expectations are and what you're putting out. There isn't making bad demands so if it's not making the impact and if you messages falling on deaf ears you might just need to go back and really get clear on who your audio client is who is she who is a what are they struggling with. What is he or she struggling with. What are the solutions that you provide and have you captured not the demographics of your ideal client but the psycho graphics what are the emotions around what they're struggling with. What keeps them up at night. And what are they dream about. Now you talking about that and using keywords and phrases that you know is going to to engage with your client and build that report and also to what's the mindset set that you have around this because if you've got the mindset that you know conti your creation is just a waste of time or that you put out content before before and it's not heavy impact that you want and this is possible for you. Then you need to change your mindset around that as well i mean i'm sharing lots of great practical. Oh steps that you can take but you also check in. What mindset do you have around that brought to you need to address these the gaps in the step because otherwise you'll not continue to build not only just awareness of what it is that you do but follows into the next step which is having nice conversations and then enrolling people enrolling audio clients into your programs and packages so as part of your irresistible signature giveaway there has to be follow-up emails follow up touch points that enable you to keep top of mind with that new person who's now in your community his now on your list and maybe you haven't got an ongoing method of communicating with them and keeping in touch with them for instance. If you sign up for all my masterclass before the masterclass is on you'll have a few follow up emails to ensure that before you even come to that masterclass the women are that you create the right environment that has the best learning experience for you this some other touch points as well that are include them as a masterclass am. I'm in this and follow-up emails so people know what to do if they're ready to take that next step and then of course the navy some people who adjust only in the journey at the beginning to see whether our podcast is relevant for them so even if they've gone through that sequence of the emails of the masterclass and they're not yet ready that's fine. I had a fortnightly so that every every two weeks. I have a newsletter that i sent saint out. That's got a valuable article. It's got linked to another one of my podcast episodes and end some inspirational tip something that is a value to to him or her pencil that enables made you keep top of mind so what is it that your during that is consistently getting a message out in front fence helpful. That's valuable so that your ideal client can take that next. Step whatever that is when when they ready now if you don't know what that next step is. It's going to be very hard your client to know what the next step is. I remember years ago. I had a weekly newsletter in my career practice and sometimes they would be people who are on that list for over eighteen months and then all of a sudden. I'd get an email and anne marie. I'm ready to make that korea move or being on your newsletter lists for ages love. The content that you're sharing. Now is the time to make a move. What's the next step. How can we stop working together data and that's the kind of thing that you can create change with your ideal client. If you have some ongoing touch points communications the news it a maybe you podcast. That's going to continue to provide value. It's going to continue to provide insights and inspiration till the point that that person is ready and look look if someone subscribes that's fine bless them and let them go on why they may not have been urology client anyway but you wanna focus focus on the people who are your ideal clients who are ready and you want to give them at court action. Do you have a system set up where people can have a chat wish you an initial chat to see if you're good fit to in other words. Are they your audio client and can you support them because if you can't then obviously going to let them know that either not yet ready obey you might recommend them to people in your community that can best support them if i think back to some of the people who have wanted to work with myself my chaim in getting their thought leadership podcast set up. I've had to say to them. You not yet ready because there's these cape. Foundations are not yet in place. Let's work on these first then we can move onto really positioning use at thought later with that authority podcast series eary's and ongoing podcast so you know i was only able to establish that initially in the let's check call to see where that person was what the outcome was when i wanted to take their business and all of that but i could not have nine that had not had an opportunity to have a conversation with them so how you letting people know aw how they can get in touch with you. Is it systematized. Is it easy for you. The to the senate tooling making grab it an access your calendar get themselves sells booked in and subsequent follow up emails. All of that should be in place so then it's easy at the end if you're doing alive or easy at the end the podcast or if you're speaking of your networking you've got an easy link that you could provide an easy instructions that people can follow to get on your calendar calendar so that you can have a conversation around their needs and how best you can support them now. This is an area that you're struggling with. Maybe it's an indication of some of the mindset obe unhelpful believes that are not supporting you so again. If people are not having conversations with you then then you need to look at why not obvious systems and processes that you need to have in place or maybe this mindset issues around that let me be really honest with you. This is an area that i'm constantly have to remind myself to do as i mentioned to you. I'm an introvert so i may i need a batch this. I need to be very mindful handful of my energy because if it's a weight where i am talking to clients and i have got podcast guest scheduled and there is networking opportunities i have a saying saying that i had had too much peopling <hes> people in quota his wall and truly and being depleted so i need to be on my iron and i need to refresh and need to to recuperate so i need to be mindful of my energy and how i schedule that in my jar but guess what if i open up times in my my calendar to have these conversations and i send someone the link to my calendar or how they can get booked in guess what they're not going to be able to kin so i need to be mindful that there the you know the calendar is open and that i'm regularly reminding people on how they can do that and so do you let summarize step one. You nate to build your visibility. Pick a couple of ways that you're going to build visibility and get really good at that you know what is that gonna g podcast. I going to do speaking being. Is there one particular platform in social media that you really love and that you're really going to double down your efforts on and really get content and engaging and connecting with people who are commenting and leaving you know likes and and so forth on that particular piece of content build visibility step step to build those connections you know. Has someone commented. We'll come back. Has someone left alike or on t._v. Or on one of your instagram post one i'm doing is i've got a direct message strategy now so actually reach out to them in in direct message and an actual fact someone just reached out to me a coupla the days ago and said wow this is amazing. I can really see that you're you know full of integrity and authenticity in reaching out and and just connecting that way so build connections make sure that you go back and have conversations with people and of course call to action is your irresistible signature giveaway so that you can continue to build relationships with people who have put their hand up and say yes. I want access to that and now they're on your nurturing funnel which i hope that you've got set up if not get it set up and then of course step three build customers make sure that you do invite your idea client to have a conversation or let's chat hat so that you can then identify what their needs are see if this is a great fit and they you can support them and if so invite them to become a client so that you can work together to help them achieve eagles build visibility bill connections build customers identify where the gaps are filling gaps and then get your marketing working for you so that you can then continue to really focus and double down on what it is that you do best have systems jim simplysafe automated systems delegates and things to your team so that you can focus on what you do best and really start building your business so i want to ask you. What do you think had the steps that i've been talking about in this particular episode. Has that identified for you a couple of gaps. You now need to work on to get into place so that you can start really excelling in that particular step so that you can see i that's that's why i'm not having conversation in many conversations with audio clients because i'm not really inviting them to have conversations are not building my a reputation as that go to person because i haven't got those follow up. Keep in touch touch points in place. I need to get that done anyway. Wanna want to hear from you. What's the biggest aha whatever you learned and what are you going to do to get into action. Remember information just that if you don't get into action and get it done on komo arrived in my podcasting papers group dot com forward slash podcast tribe.
"simplysafe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Driving or anything, but they do the video and those sitting in there is that because they mount the phone on on a console on the dash, that's and that's why they do it from their cars, but a million of these anyway, the guys like a teacher. What? You're low on your family. Yeah. That's well. He he's apparently at educator. He calls himself educator, not teacher. So I don't know exactly what that means. And he's got something of a southern accent? So he's obviously from the south. But he's on this thing. It's actually pretty good. I was thinking of planet on the year. And I decided not to because it's more visual than audio. But the guy is equating the college tuition the college bribery scandal with essentially every other problem that's going on with hovering helicopter parents who spoiling who are raising spoiled brat entitled kids, and he was holding this copy of us magazine. And it was right after the scandal. First broke it, of course, the Pete the two people that you see there's a lot of people that have been implicated in this thing, but the two whose faces they show all the time are Felicity Huffman and Laurie Laughlin because they're the two most famous so there's us magazine and there's Louis Laughlin. And there's Felicity Huffman to the right. Who do you think is the bigger star? I always thought Felicity Huffman was the biggest I would I noticed. Now. The people are talking more about Lori Laughlin. It's lawyer Laughlin is it because she was in full house. She's at home. Our Christmas will see Felicity Huffman spending a lot of things though. She's. Anyway. So the show the two of them now Laurie Laughlin played this character in full house. You know, what full house don't you? You must. You're like, it's. I was going to say that that shows like fifteen years old. It's like thirty five years old as. It's quite a quite a while ago. That was the moment the Olsen twins in everything from I don't actually think I ever watched full house, but it was such a big hit than a new what it was the the parents died in and Betty raises the kids right at Betty, what's her name sedan petty? Yeah. But the but who's the aunt? That's Laurie Laughlin was wasn't it. Yeah, she married, but she was they called her. I at Betty. What do you mean? You don't think? So see what I'm going to have another one of these things I have the audience panicked right now that you people with all of your competence and just got a stroke be rated right into sufficient in here. Just bring it other one. Its aunt Betty, isn't it? Or is it aunt, Debbie? Look at him in there. He's puts his nose so close to the computers because he can't see. Aunt Becky, that's what she was aunt Becky, that's what they called her. I said Betty, I was right there on the thing. Real real close. I would had it exactly. But I had this stroke. So anyway, getting back to the guy who's doing the video. So he's holding up the us magazine, and you see Laurie Laughlin and Felicity Huffman. And he brings up all these examples of things that apparently are going on in schools that Dr teachers crazy. Like, you know, who it is? Who fills out the report back to the teacher saying that the kid did the reading assignment when in fact, they went to the soccer practice in lie about at that's and Patty in points to her and comes up with all these things in which parents just either do their work for their kids or lie and make excuses for their kids or just in sensually? Don't like some rule that simplysafe's. The guy said his dream is when he hands out the awards at the science fair to walk up to the parents and put the ribbon around the parents that because he knows doggone. Well that the kids didn't do anything on the science fair project. And he goes to this whole long, and I'm not doing it Justice here. But he keeps saying you want to know who does this. And then he points to Becky he points to Laurie Laughlin in pointing to her saying that it's that every educator in America understands the tuition bribery scandal because they have been surrounded by parents who break every single rule there is to entitle their kids, the reference something that isn't really an issue here in Wisconsin. Because we have open enrollment. But like the people who lie about their addresses. So the kids can go to a better school. They can go play on a better, you know, play for a better basketball team in Wisconsin. We don't have to lie about that. Because you're allowed to legally open enroll, but he goes to all these things about how parents is break that one rule after another after another after another after another because they think that the rules aren't right. And they do it all quote, their kids and his point is obvious. They think they're doing all these things for their kids. And in fact, they're doing everything they can to follow their kids up their kids. Learn no responsibility that courts have no respect for any kind of authority their kids. Do not believe that they should have to follow. The rose the kids think that they're special enititled because they've been raised by entitled parents who don't hold them to Eddie kind of a standard. It's actually pretty good video, and I put a link up on funny. It's just too complicated..
"simplysafe" Discussed on World News Analysis
"So so not to mention all there is confrontation between his into Pacific versus the about on road program. So right now, it's really more of a confusion in terms of conceptual firmer. But the fact that China does really rally more of the support by building products, and particularly those infrastructure projects when people are there to see those benefits. They can travel more conveniently the can really have more competitive biz from China. So, you know, benefit we always say comfort conquers. So when the really see all the benefits, they believe that China L, really serious. It's not only the signing up this, but we have already built more than eighty different types of joined economic zones in which is not only there to host the Chinese company. But. Remind research many more global companies from Europe from America, they begin to flock over there to form a sort of industrial closer and reformulate the simplysafe Chen. So this is really in the world rather wit full for China to pre invest into the infrastructure and to launch this proposal. So that everyone can really benefit that actually Chinese neater, particularly per milliliter. Always mention the bell road is open. So is open for third party participation gives Chris more opportunity for the financial market. So why not so I think this is really a from the US perspective the really need to learn more about the real world. Learn more about how China is really doing. It's also like professor power smashing. There's the like on the US side. Of a competing vision or competing scheme. Let's say US initiative, whatever you call it for Africa of Latin America, for example, Latin America, there's the influx of refugees from Latin American countries to the US southern borders. There's a big issue big debate going on in the the things like what's your policy? You cannot build a wall and stop the people, but you can invest in the infrastructure in bridges ports, roads, and factories. So people have a job said this and the live, and they won't risk go into the US the long way. Right. So I think these really like a proper response and for Italy. I think is by joining this about a road initiative small like incr- to increase the visibility of cooperation from the Chinese side. Probably more investment will come from the Chinese investment. The government always made it very clear that the more investment more trade between China, and France and Germany. But much much less in China and Italy this, hey, we want to jump on the value of the Chinese fostering economic growth we wanted to benefit. I notice the very great irony that, you know, actually China by tradition. We we really believe in the philosophy of virtue ethics when we think you're a good guy. Everything you do is go your your guy. Everything is do is lousy. But US is considered to be more rational. Okay. Based on the fact, and we make a judgment. But now they are shifting to our traditional pendulum that as that as already given up by China. Oh, I think China is doing something. Hayden way. China is a guy is a competitor everything you'll do is questionable. So now, this this is philosophy is something that is dumped by China. So fortunately off Alton all unfortunately, the are being more and more picked up by the US policymakers the US actually cares. More about the country's ability instead of his intentions, right? That's true. That's the care. More about the procedure. The care more about the reality. Instead of being judgmental in the first place over the players. But right now is changing difference like China stresses more about the corporation investment development, keyword. The US is becoming more more at logical seems to me in a sense like as bottom Ponta like, oh, it's China. It's a it's a. We have different political systems. So say hall..
"simplysafe" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"And she may be able to figure out who she herself is. Booze. It's basically the bone Infinity. Because she's got mad skills. She's been fight training with Jude law's yon rogue. Give you'll kill warcraft. I can never remember on wrong. It's a really nice yogurt. Strawberry flavored delicious. Anyway, you know, she she basically is this formidable fighter, but she just doesn't have her place in the world. She doesn't know where she comes from. She doesn't know who she is. She's trying to figure that out. And it's only when she kinda got start that she begins to learn who she is. So I mean what seminar review? I I think I'm right is that this does take a bit to get going think, it's a real problem of having an Asia. Back hero or heroine is that they don't know who they are. Therefore, it's hard for you to kinda grasp onto them initially. And I think because she's very strong because she's very forthright, and very, you know, she poking fun at people all the time making jokes. It's quite hard to see how maybe insecure or or on merge, she feels and I think maybe would have been helpful to get a little bit more of that early on in the film because then we may be sort of simplysafe bit more with her plight, which is a plight is she is a, you know, difficult situation. But also, the the the the movies filmmakers drive to buy Anna Boden on Ryan Fleck co writing credit as well, they make very interesting choice. It's a bit like Thawra, I guess in the west official water tells you have this really powerful being coming to earth, and Carol, despite the fact sheet discombobulated Bissett disaffected by things is also ferry supremely confident in her own abilities. She's very cocky character, which I really enjoyed. So maybe that means that some of the emotional. Blanks that need to be filled in aren't there in the first first half or so they they come later on? Yeah. I think that's I think they're they're a little bit too focused on making her caulking confident. And there's a good thing. It make sense that she would be. But we also learned that she does have a bit more to go in a bit more to learn about herself. And so just a few more hints that would have helped that said, I think once she starts working with fury things really take off the DA aging work on Samuel is pretty stunning through. There's a couple of moments where you can maybe say something looks old with his makeup. But generally, it's it's phenomenal phenomenal work and the two of them. Just have is really great old couple of chemistry. It's kind of nice to see someone explaining things to him for wants to Say. say. But it's also it's just a really nice dynamic that both kind of you know, sarky and tough, I guess and very capable but in very different ways. So it kind of works. So yeah, I just I just really enjoyed it. I think it really builds. I think it's one of the most for me satisfying finales of any marvel movie. It does take a little bit of time to get going. There's lots of great moments along the way, but just as we say that sort of emotional art takes a little bit of time to kick in. But I did really really like ended up and I'm really excited. See what she doesn't feature. Yeah. It's really good. This is this is a film, which I the amount of misplaced hatred for this on the internet makes me want to say, it's a five star classic in your old twats..
"simplysafe" Discussed on 710 WOR
"All the typical office holiday party is what we got to go for a little bit. And I'll tell you what producer Ray Martell. He has the ability to to handle how you attack and that's the right word attack your office holiday party, and we'll have simplysafe's from producer Ray coming up a little bit later on in the show. But as far as the Mets go they a. Drove you nuts at times with the. By Alex sport. Sometimes sometimes that happen, and as he wouldn't throw strikes, and you'd have some some balls thrown. But for the for the most part. The guy got the job done. Three a Homer for Qatar. Maybe not that night. But.
"simplysafe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I think that I would doing that in hiding it on purpose in the first few weeks, try and catch that general audience and that now that they've caught that audience, I think they're gonna start dropping in much more of the strategy which we saw this week. So if you're anyone is out there and like I thought it as well. That's thinking that you know, it's not as not as not as big, not as brash previous sees, especially the last season that I would say stick with it because there are some. There are some the emergence of simplysafe's now and there's enough animosity that's already been bred in the last week. That means people are going to want to actually make some moves. So I'm positive about where it's going to go. Yeah. And the thing that I was thinking to myself, oh, they like a mad at Russell or getting voted out so early because I. Do feel like that this would have been very fun to have Russell around here for the first couple of weeks and I am. I become angry that he came in and plan play this so poorly that he had this great opportunity. How fun where you have been to have Russell running around here for a few weeks of this show being that person because it really feels like a Benji on the challengers tribe whose bickering it up. There's almost nobody who is in that role in the champions drive. I mean in this first episode this week, we didn't see one second at the champions tribe and it would have been great to have Russell be a big force in this season. And I'm so I'm so upset with him for blowing it festival take a number of the lawn of people that are upset with him for various sensitive is on the streets of loving. You go all of a strategy. He didn't like him because he was Texas. So whatever the. Moana was carrying on, but I thought that a real thing I've heard Russell say bed. The Australians were against him. Yeah, I, I didn't listen to Russell said I didn't listen to his podcast or anything like that because I felt like it was poorly spoilers that we're gonna come out of there, but I feel like there's are certainly people who've mad at him for many reasons, but I agree with you because look, he imagine if he had made it through to the pot, why they would decimate they'd been decimating the tribal council, the champions, he could have been there until the first swab, like Russell, you really Kook use like, I don't want to get back to Russel too much. We want to look forward, but you're so right, we needed Russell look how quickly you forget the great strategic force that is Shane, boy. Let's not get Shane by. We've we. She's been mixing it up with. With auto finding village being the idol when they're definitely going to vote out. Oh, good. But yeah, we definitely could have done with with Russell, sir. I'm hoping that he would be at the merge. Yeah, yeah. This is this is this is what we get. This is what we get with. Toying with the idea of bring Russell. You never know what's going to happen. And we definitely got the short end of the stick. Yeah, I want to dive into these episodes because we've had, I think that this was one of the best episodes the episode non when we have Teagan and an native battling it out because I felt like there was confrontation and that's what the producers I feel like have been steering away from or if they have been showing it's been really brief. So I thought this was really good. We've got this revenge. I want to talk to you about exile beach. So we have a need episode starts off with a native who's just golden redemption island. How is this exile island, Nick? I think that what they've done is they realized that the fans height, redemption island. So branding was bad. We need a new name exile island when you're talking about they wanted to who'd wink the audience and they will. We concord redemption all and we can't really call it exile and how about we call it? Exile beach. Yeah, each nicer than island. So needed comes back and stride away. They would. They did not ways two seconds before they had dropping f bombs at each other. What did you think of that?.
"simplysafe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Now Jeffrey Brown has a look at a, decades old but newly released short story by, Ernest Hemingway, August, nineteen, forty four French and allied troops marched down the Shaw's e the city of light liberated from Nazi-occupied embedded with, the soldiers a giant of. American literature, Ernest Hemingway twelve years later Hemingway would capture the mood in the moment in a short story that bears the hallmarks of his. Classic, works now a room on the garden side has been published for the. First time in the, literary magazine the strand, managing editor. Andrew Guli it starts with a bunch of soldiers and they're sitting in the Ritz hotel and, they're drinking and you could tell that they've gone through a stressful experience because they've just marched. Into Paris after Paris was liberated from. The Nazis, c. see there's all. This laughter manhood fight a battle essence. Relieving stress But then there's also beneath that some sadness and simplysafe's for the men who did not make it it was in one thousand nine hundred fifty six that Hemingway sent word Jewish publisher of, five new, short, stories, he'd written I suppose there are a little shocking since they deal with irregular troops in combat and with people, who actually kill people anyway. You can, always publish them after I'm dead the story sat unpublished don't known to scholars Amway committed suicide five years later in one thousand. Nine, hundred sixty one if this manuscript submitted to me as is I probably. Would have published it, because it was just, it had. A lot of the typical themes that Ernest Hemingway story is the theme of war this theme, of bravery the theme of Marta nostalgic for a time had gone by the nostalgia dates all the way back to Hemingway's life as. A young, man in Paris in. The nineteen twenty s heyday when he's Socialized with writers and artists like Gertrude Stein James Joyce and. Pablo Picasso his memoir immoveable feast published posthumously captures that period the newly published Laurie takes place in the rich hotel one. Of Hemingway's frequent hots the hotels bars now named after its most famous patron Kirk Kern it is a board member of. The, Hemingway foundation and society the Paris was absolutely. Crucial to his artistic sense of himself that, was the place where he found his voice I think he always looked. At the liberation of Paris in one thousand nine hundred forty four as asking himself what would have happened had been permanently lost to the Nazis so it's a very personal question for him and. I think at the, end of the life, as he's going back over those early years in calculating the loss of aging and the loss of his first wife he's really identifying in that period with with the city Itself Hemingway's life and adventures often inspired. His works his time as a young ambulance driver on the Italian front in World, War One figured in his first novel a farewell to arms he captured us. Experience as an ex Pat in Europe in the sun. Also rises and during the Spanish Shiva war in for whom the bell tolls by, the time. He wrote a room on the garden side in one thousand. Nine hundred fifty six Hemingway was world famous but sinking into. A deep depression he was really struggling at this. Moment in his career he had been through two plane crashes in two consecutive days a couple of years earlier. He was struggling to finish several large voluminous projects and so. I think he was in Paris about this. Time and what's interesting me is he was really writing this story around the same time he began writing a moveable feast so it's an extra ably connected with what, most people consider one of his two or three greatest Works. Hemingway short story is just, the latest loss work to be. Excavated by the strand which previously published unseen pieces by. Writers like John Steinbeck f Scott FitzGerald and Robert Louis Stevenson Andrew Guli is it the. Fun of it is there something more that we. Learn about these authors I would say it's partly the fun. If it ever since I was a kid I was the kid who is bothering. My mom saying hey mom wouldn't, it be great if Robert Louis Stevenson was alive and I could be discussing Treasure Island with him So to, me, I love, to have that bridge, between the. Past and the president would these? Writers and it's a nice thing to have a writer? Who is it was a very talented writer to have some contemporary readers today try. To compare their experience reading their work today how they, felt, when, they're reading it let's say in high school or thirty years ago for the PBS NewsHour I'm Jeffrey Brown.
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"Com you've heard of it they don't have to talk about themselves because everyone else already does they demand the world been to bear will nextstep judgment from wnyc legendary snap judgment storytelling with a beat do now missing judgment is coming up at eleven o'clock tonight this is the moth radio hour from px i'm sarah austin this is an hour about fathers and our next storyteller comes from our global community program blessing dea was part of a women and girls storytelling workshop we held in nairobi she's a gender advocate who now fights for maternal health and women's rights and that's a direct result of the events in this story after the nairobi workshop i asked blessing to join us in california and tell her story on the moth main storage so here's blessing dea live at the moth in los angeles good evening i'm the first child and daughter of apostol i grew up as the only child for eight years and i was very close to my dad he used to call me his princess he's cinderella i used to get piggyback rides and uses afro pretend hours ahead doc close what you see as a postal you get to share your time your emotions your resources your space and your family with the rest of the society everyone just wants a part of you some people want to pray others wants to come for counseling people just want you to be there for them and slowly my father and i we begin to drift apart as a pastor's daughter expected to be actively involved in church and i was actively involved i used to sing in the choir i love singing i used to address take bible quiz i was everywhere church doing everything i could do simplysafe mini pastor myself in nigeria pastas and their families and not expected to do anything wrong the hell to such high standards as the seconds ago and then i get pregnant i know married dot of pasta i was brought up in the yoruba community.
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"Which it singularly failing to do so that one of his needs to put a finger out to give reassurances any gender on the line politics to come to you i ask what is a senior mp's who are calling for this vote next week what do you have to achieve with this vote about britain remaining in a customs union after brexit absolutely essential for economic wellbeing of the united kingdom that we should have friction lewis trade without the and the reality is the chances of obtaining straight without staying it some fool of customs duty with our you he's very unlikely so pushing for a customs union a form of customs arrangement prime minister herself tokes out is essential now i listen cathy jacob but i agree with you surprise may rise characterizes a custom as being a series of tariff barriers against the outside will but we have tariff barriers against the outside world even after we left the eu three trade agreements designed to break those down a customs union tiffany means that you do those free trade agreements collectively with your e and within the eu itself full the eu area you are operating a free trade yes isn't it measurably advantageous to our country apart from the flat a lot of times to there to protect industries to dominate in some of these other eu countries and she'd be the aren consumers have to pay more because of those types for some fundamental goods as centrally disagree if we leave the eu the cost of living particularly the cost of food is going to go up particularly guide to go up the tree if we do not have a friction list trade arrangements but it but everybody everybody on all sides wants to have a free trade with the eu and friction us as possible but once you have a when you say a customs union i'm not quite sure what what customers would be other than the customs union you do have simplysafe tabs on the outside customs union is linked to your membership clearly if we're in the eu we will have to be a customs union with eu if we wish to have friction this it will not be pulled off dissipation in the currency you customs that's fairly a parrot but the but it is essential that we should have a friction.
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"Like i'm happy with that that's that you we talked a lot about scaling up a business it's surprising to me that we're as big as we are inside of a company that has gotten way bigger and it's still you have to have a you have to have a long enough rope a long enough leash to really find your voice in media to succeed today and i think that's why the bigger companies that are slower moving are struggling against smaller more nimble companies is because it's a very very hard principled thing to do when you've been doing things the same way for twenty or thirty years and we see that right where now are bigger media company but there are bigger media companies that want to come work with us and a lot of those conversations we just sort of let them taper off because it the verge the big thing that feels small and i wanted to feel small for as long as again but thank you not talk about us at the end but thank you so much for shown up thank you for the hot sauce create to be here for the unicycle adventure thanks man i appreciate it this episode diverse cast brought to you by simplisafe simplisafe is ready for anything it's thrown at it it's a home security product trump takes power simplisafe is ready intruder cuts your phone line simplisafe is ready say the intruder destroys your keypad or siren simplisafe we'll get you the help you need maybe it's overkill maybe you don't need be ready for every worstcase scenario but that's what makes simplisafe's home security system so great it is always ready simplysafe's simply safe could cost an arm and leg but it doesn't and sunday only charge you what's fair twenty four seven professional security monitoring is only fourteen ninety nine a month there no contracts and no hidden fees just go to their website and check it out it's simplisafe simplisafe dot com.
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