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How to Give Spending Advice to a Teenager

The All New Suze Orman's Women and Money

03:04 min | 3 weeks ago

How to Give Spending Advice to a Teenager

"Do i help my nineteen year old. Learn about spending money ready everyone. He blew four thousand dollars in one month. On video games and nike nike like clothing and shoes and stuff two thousand from an internship advance and other savings account. We were planning on getting a credit card so he can start building his credit history. He currently has a summer job while taking college classes. This summer suzy. I listened to your podcast. Even have the fifty plus book still learning. Please help alright. Ccs some great advice. I i'm sure right. What's funny though. Is you know rita is that you have the book that the ultimate retirement guide for fifty plus because it happens. We get older. We need to know what to do with our money. And so that's great that you're doing that but when you're nineteen you never think you're going to get older. You think money not while not everybody does but many kids think money's a play toy it's there to get what you want to impress other people with it but you need to teach this son of yours as serious lesson right now and the thing is this. He's not gonna listen when you say don't do this don't do that. He's going to think. This is my money and i can do anything i want with mine money. All right he can do anything he wants with his money but since he's so good obviously with his money according to him of good at spending his money ye i do. This and i know you're going to have a hard time with what i'm about to say. But i'm actually really wanting you to do this. You're going to start to charge him brent to live in the house and you're going to say you know since you have so much money to waste and everything you're going to help us out so you're going to pay us two hundred dollars a month for rent. You're also going to pay us a hundred dollars a month for food. You're also going to pay us if you use our car. All the gasoline has gasoline has gone up so much. You're gonna pay for the gasoline that you used when you used our car if by chance. He has his own car. And you're the one pain for gasoline and insurance and everything. Oh you're going to change that and you're gonna say you know what since you have a car you're the one who's going to be responsible for the insurance and they gasoline money. I would not get him a credit card in his own name right now. You'll be very very sorry if you do so start. Teaching him with hard. Love love that gets him to go. But wait a minute mom. Nobody else has to pay for that too. Yeah but nobody else has made as much money in as good as their money is. You are since you can spend four thousand dollars. In a month bein. Whatever you want

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Manifesting Money and More

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Manifesting Money and More

"Many of you in here understand now that your thoughts create your reality. Is that really get that. You have the life that you have right now because of everything you thought and then said and then did you get that all right so that also works with money you have it or don't have at based on the way you think about it correct. Suzy silently my darrow. Yeah and what else do you want to say about that. I want to say that we all have the thoughts to create far more than we all have. We all think we deserve less. We have more objects but we have less of ourselves as soon as we have. More of ourselves will manifest in your life's more than you know how to hold onto store than you even dreamt could come your way through everything you want. All i can tell you is true if i can do it really if my mom is out there. She's watching. If i can do it you can do it. You don't have to be a rocket science. You just have to know who you are. If you're willing to go within you'll never do

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How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

Brown Ambition

02:07 min | Last month

How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

"Hello denise hey girl hey oh my gosh. I can't believe this is really happening. We'll thank you so much for joining us. From sonny sonny tampa florida. Yeah yeah it's not a bad place to be. I gotta say that. So did you will first of all. I'm really excited. Because yo- cato denardo. Podcast i mean it is just one of it feels like several will a few really interesting and unique new personal finance brands for latino women and especially and i'm sure that your audience is larger than that. But it was i think it was. I don't know when tiffany. And i were just starting out. There is like no latino people. Latino people doing personal finance podcasts. So i'm just excited that y'all are getting better representation that you're using your voice to reach this audience. And as we say. Bienvenidos as i try to say in my hugh. I appreciate that in it. That really is the kind of origin story of. Why the podcasts. Even exists because of that very reason just not being able to find representation and i fell into personal finance listening to people whose your minute suzie. Orman for me is like the. Og love her. I've actually seen her live. Like i'm that person that ghosts and follows her around but at some point you know it's like that's cool but you're also like a seventy year old white woman within your own private island. I can't honestly say that we have so much in common. So i kinda wanna hear like what are normal. People like me doing with money. And so i couldn't find it so i had to create the space so we can have those conversations. That's so funny. Yeah i can't i mean susie organised so much bigger than her hairstyle and yet. That is the only thing that i think about what i hear about suzy. But yet iconic yali iconic. We'll talk to me about geneva story. Tell me your personal finance origin story if you could pinpoint the experience in your life when you knew while i'm going to really focus in on my finances and wealth-building what would that what would that be for you. Well it's funny. Because i felt like i was good with money until i realized i wasn't which i think happens to a lot of

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.NET 6 Preview With Rich Lander

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

.NET 6 Preview With Rich Lander

"Allu- and welcome into six-figure developer. Podcast the podcast where we talk about new and exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway on clayton on. And i'm john nash. With us today. As richard lander riches a principal program manager on the dot net courtroom. He works on making dot net core work great in memory limited docker containers on arm hardware like the raspberry pi and enabling. Gpo programming and iot scenarios. Welcome rich thanks. Great to be on the show before we sort of jump into things. Would you give our listeners. Like a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry sure Yes so i'm canadian. Boarded bread From ontario and Went to school in. Well i guess my you know my. My dad wasn't exactly a computer and suzy but he thought we should be too so he He would bring home hardware thruster to play with in years on. That's what was kinda my start. Which i an incredibly thankful for you know twenty four hundred hundred baud modem than all the rest of it and then i went to school waterloo and then microsoft natives people knew somehow and which i did know a lot about And in two thousand. And i got hired at school and move to Seattle are ready for microsoft. And i've been there percents so that's kind of my origin story lounge. Yeah so what what What do you do these days from. Except yeah so. I work on the team at worked on like i said i joined microsoft in two thousand. I've been on the team since two thousand three. So i've worked on every release since including framework to. Oh

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A highlight from S6 E10 - Real Conversations on Mental Health (w/ Special Guest: Patricia Perkins)

Courage to Fight Again

34:47 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from S6 E10 - Real Conversations on Mental Health (w/ Special Guest: Patricia Perkins)

"May is mental health awareness month. And i felt it only right to release an episode focusing on the topic of mental health. Now if you've listened to the podcast for any length of time you've no doubt heard me talk about my own struggles with ptsd depression and mon experiences. Not all that uncommon in the veteran community. What you don't often hear though is from the veteran's spouse and on today's episode. I get to sit down with my wife patricia. As she shares the story of her own emotional journey with mental health diagnoses medications. Hospital stays and a whole lot more. This is the we serve now. What podcast where. I do my best to answer the questions. Veterans and their families are already asking so you can make your post military life your best life by way of introduction my name is aaron perkins i am a us army combat veteran daddy to amazing kiddos. Host of this podcast. If you hadn't guessed. And i am joined today by my beautiful bride patricia. Welcome to the show thank you. I'm so glad to be here excited to talk about a subject that i'm passionate about. Yeah absolutely absolutely well. Great to have you here. I'm i'm incredibly happy that you agreed to be on the show. Usually it is me saying. Hey i'm going to be recording tonight. So if you you and the kids can kind of keep it down a little bit and but really really grateful that you here today. So today was one of many days where you're going through this. I don't know call procedure or treatment treatment. Okay so so. Obviously i went with you. Today is able to accompany you to that treatment and it specifically four depression right and so start with today. Let's start with today in a kind of what happened today. And what the treatment is. And let's start there. Sure okay so. The treatment is called. Tm s it means trans cranial magnetic stimulation menendez Treatment that oddly. Enough stimulates your brain. It's post what is supposed to do is to help the neurotransmitters talk to each other better and it is usually reserved for someone who's tried a few different types of medication for depression but it also helps with like anxiety. Ocd and sometimes even physical pain. Okay so so so. This is not a it. Sounds like it's a noninvasive. It's not a surgery type of thing so basically the way they explain it. It's like electromagnetic therapy. Where like in the old days where they would maybe cut. Open your head and maybe electric your brain things like that but this obviously they're not doing that. You can sit down in this chair. It's kind of like the big dentist chair. They strap you all in and they put this big magnet next to your head in a certain spot at a certain level. It's already been determined by your doctor and it made me last twenty minutes. And then you're you're on your way okay. So is that it's not obviously. I know this right before listeners. This is not like a one time thing. This is one of how many treatments you have to get. Okay so today was off my fourth treatment and i think if i did the math right i have at least thirty three more to go. So it's over a nine week period and because of where we live. I have to drive basically an hour and a half to get there. And then i'm there for fifteen to twenty minutes in the drive an hour and a half and and yeah i i definitely know that. That part in itself is frustrating. The drive so let's go back a little bit now so you're having this it might not be invasive but stewart pretty extreme treatment of kind of remapping your brain right yes. It's it's had some side effects already some some anger some tiredness Brain fog lightheadedness. The way the only way. I can explain it. It's like there's a big garden with a huge gate and there's all these locks and each treatment seems to slowly work open a new lock and then hopefully by the end all the locks will be open and king come open and i can be free of depression anxiety. I don't know if that's going to happen. I have faith that it can happen so hopefully it does happen. You me both you both so so take us back a little bit. How did you get to this point. You know obviously you. Have you know some sort of depression or anxiety or whatever take us back to diagnoses and that sort of thing so i i got diagnosed probably sixteen years ago like actual clinical diagnosis of major depressive disorder and house have severe anxiety. I have d. c. Ptsd so what is so ptsd. I know what is cd. Basically childhood post traumatic stress disorder. And then i have. Ocd okay so so ptsd. Veteran community intimately familiar with cps d c p s de. It is then the so. How did that come about. I mean this this is like you know really getting into the nitty gritty of it a little bit but i had parent you know. I had parents that. They weren't believers not that that makes you any less of a good parent but they were involved with things that they shouldn't have been involved with and they didn't have a good relationship with one another so that meant a very rocky relationship with their children and so without getting into too much and making people uncomfortable. This is a really bad childhood really bad and even in my teenage years there was some other stuff that was really bad. So just you know things that people don't really think about as being post traumatic stress disorder. I've heard other people say. How can you even have that. You weren't a soldier. Well that's not reserved for soldiers or servicemen period. Post traumatic stress can happen after a car accident after your home gets broken into after a traumatic. Any traumatic experience you can. Pdf st right right so so with depression. You were diagnosed. She said sixteen years ago crack and so did the anxiety diagnosis. Come along with that or out of that will work. It was shortly after. I think they at i thought maybe it was just really bad depression and they realized that it was both mint so they started treatment to different treatments who different medications and over the years between the two just the depression and anxiety. I know i've had over sixteen or seventeen medications and sixteen or seventeen. I didn't know there were that many others time for i mean i know. There's a lot of medications out there right. But most i know i i'm gonna go out on a limb here and say most people when they're struggling with anxiety depression or even if they do have a legitimate diagnosis of anxiety. Depression or both. It's okay let me go get this. Let me go try it. You know and then if that doesn't work maybe they go try something else but sixteen or seventeen that that just sounds like an extreme number is sensitive to medications and so what may work for a lot of people. Just doesn't seem to work for me. Or i ended up being allergic to it but i will say that i did. This test called a g. e. n. e. s. t. and it's a dna test and that's something that you're psychiatrists can do for you. There is a cost involved but it will tell you which medications and you know. They're all different classes. Work for your dna type so you have a red section and you should stay away from those. You have a yellow section. That may help. And then you have. A green section is more likely to help with your dna type so that can help a lot of people. Stay away from having to try sixteen or seventeen different medications. Sure sure that that's a really good point. And obviously you. You didn't take that 'til later. Right actually took it last year. Yeah so the break i. I wish i could have taken ten years ago. But i don't think even knew about it and that's another thing i would say. Is you know educate yourself. Don't wait on your doctors to find all the resolutions for you. Like feel free to look and research and bring it up to your doctor. you know. it's a good point. So medication is just one side of the depression anxiety. Ptsd just one side of it before the medication happens. There's something that either. Your doctors realize your families realize or you personally realize something different in me. Something is not working as it's supposed to or it's manifesting in in a certain way and i know that when it comes to ptsd specifically it manifests itself in a lot of different ways. They can manifest itself in anger in inability to focus and chronic pain. In a guilt it can manifest itself in different ways. So let's focus on the. Let's say let's. Let's go with depression right the major depressive disorder. How did that or does that manifest itself in your life. The first time. I realized that i might have an issue with. Depression was actually. I had a really bad episode. After i had caitlin so caitlyn's daughter. Sorry caitlyn's her daughter. Yeah she's fourteen now. After i had her. I was sitting just watching tv. And she was sitting there beside me and her little old bouncy seat. And i actually started having these really dark feelings kind of like oppression and actually that coincided with an anxiety attack as well and actually got rushed to the hospital because they thought i was having a pulmonary. Embolism so they thought that. I had blood clots. I was about to die. You know there was but it was a mixture of depressive episode and anxiety attack which i had never felt before and that really scared me and the doctors were able to put me on medication to help with that. It did not stop it but it did help. Sure sure so what what happens next. You know you're you're on this medication. It's helping look what happens. Is there a point at which you realize. That medication isn't working or isn't working as well as it should. Yeah most doctors will tell you you know. Give it two or three weeks to really get in your system if you don't see any changes or if you see getting worse than you're to want to let us know so that we can adjust or change that medication and over the years. That has happened so often. That i i got to this place and i'll say that it's okay to do this if you need to. Own your closet by yourself and cry for a little while. 'cause you're just overwhelmed and nothing seems to be working and you want so badly to be quote unquote normal. Go have cry. Go eat ice cream or chocolate or something. I don't even care. It's okay to do those things. But i got to this place where i was like. None of this is working. I need something completely different. And i think that's when. I did the insight site testing because most of the medications that i had been put on. Were in my red list more in the list that was for your dna. These are not going to work for you. Oh wow so going through this process and the truth is i didn't even realize this at the time we've been married for fifteen plus years and i knew that kept having different medications tried and you like oh. This is not working but we had no idea why. It's not working until this test. You didn't says hey this might actually work for you Yeah that's that stuff okay. So what about the anxiety piece you know. It started with an executive attack How does that manifest itself or did it manifest itself in your life. So i have an odd anxiety like i have panic. Attacks panic attacks but generally speaking. I'm just anxious and it's like my anxiety and my ocd. Like to just hold hands and frolic through my brain and so what. I'm feeling extremely anxious. I have to clean everything so it's kind of like since i can't control my emotions i can't control what's going on in the world. My brain has to find something that can control and the cleanliness in my house. I can control thankfully because you and the kids are pretty neat people. But i have to do have to be able to do something. Control something to calm down. If i don't do that ended up in the closet crying eating chocolate well like you said. That's okay if you have to do. It's not not not every day but so talked about the depression. Talk about the anxiety. Ptsd how does that manifest itself in your life on a day-to-day basis weekly basis. How how often what does it feel like said the. Ptsd is like a whole different monster. That lives somewhere inside of my person. And the worst episodes i have with. Ptsd is when my children especially caitlyn our daughter when she reaches those age those ages where you've espn we. We had talked about this a little bit today. As we're preparing for the podcast but it was as a recall kind of like the same ages or proxy ages where something traumatic happened in your own childhood right so so then. My brain is like imagine that happening to kaitlin. Imagine that having to our son. Christopher and then it's like this overwhelming like it's not a mama bear feeling is a mama dragon. And it's like i will. I will died to protect but at the same time. It's then there's this the the little girl in me is like. How could my mom have let that happen. How could my dad have let that happen. Where was the the parental. where were they. Why did these things even happened. That i have this trauma but we're all human doing the best. We can now. That i'm older i can. I can look at my pass without being completely angry with my parents because they were just doing their best as well. Sure sure so. We're won't take a break real quick but coming up after the break and now you have a few things that you want to share with our listeners. More as encouragement and continuing the story obviously but also practical steps. Stay with us. Many americans today don't realize the stress and anxiety. They feel is likely because of their finances. According to bankrate.com more than six out of ten people couldn't cover a one thousand dollar emergency seven out of ten. Don't budget regularly. An eight out of ten are living paycheck to paycheck to these describe you. Are you ready to live like others. Can't too many make the mistake of budgeting their lifestyle instead of budgeting their basic needs. I my friend. Marco over at mc business lab has a simple process to automate the basic things. You need to live and then never looking at one of those bills again. Head over to live like others can't dot com to get on the wait list for his own line course to learn this automation skill. That will significantly reduce your stress anxiety. And if you think one on one attention could be the way for you. You can also schedule your free consultation with marco once again that's live like others can't dot com get on the path to your dream life today. Alright so here we are back. Second half of the show here with my wife patricia talking about mental health. And it's okay. She's looking at me right now. She's like oh just made a noise like it's okay. Well we'll cleared up. It's fine and so so anyway so here talking to my wife patricia about mental health and about her own challenges and struggles with it. And so obviously there's no one in your corner so to speak. I mean there's the stigma associated with it but there's also no one kind of coaching. You through this of like okay. Well if this isn't working here's what you do right not currently. I've had counselors in the past. You know and they've we've tried to work through things. I have been the hospital couple of times. And i think there's a lot of people who mean well but it doesn't mean it's going to work for you and so i feel it's important that people understand that if you do have a mental illness. It's okay to research an advocate for yourself. You don't have to wait on a doctor or counselor or someone who you feel like is more intelligent or just because they have letters after their name that they know you better than you do feel free. No not feel free. Please speak for yourself. that's huge. That is so huge. And i think that advocating for yourself is such a critical element of getting the help you need. Because when i think of veterans who are struggling right. You know whether whether it's a physical health or mental health concern. They know themselves like better than anyone else knows them and so when they go to the doctor when i as a veteran go to the doctor i have an obligation to myself right to be as honest and as really a as direct as i can like look. This is the problem. This is how. I'm feeling. I'm here for you to help me fix it right. But then there's the stigma especially in the military community. Where if something isn't working right in your brain you're not working right. Oh absolutely that is the stigma is is really and i think the worst thing about mental health diagnoses today at least in america. If not all over the world it absolutely needs to be normalized that your your brain is an oregon and just like your heart and all your heart muscle but you could knees your liver. If any of those things were failing if they weren't working like they were supposed to have so many people around you. Hey what can i do for you. What can i do for your family. Could i get my blood tested to see if i could be donor. How in the world could make your life better but you hear someone is in a three month depressive episode and they can't even get out of bed. I don't see people lining up with casseroles. I don't know. I don't see that happening. You know if you have to leave an event because you had an anxiety attack there's whispers. There's not help this is strong. It is so strong. And there's a you know within the military there is a fear and i will say rightly so that if you say hey i have this particular mental condition it can potentially impact your career and in the civilian world because well as a mom i if another mom i don't know maybe somebody's going to hear this and maybe they don't want their kids hanging out but as a mom you think. Oh can this person actually take care of my kid. While i'm away or is everything issue going to be too overwhelmed. Is she going to have some kind of attack. That i don okay. If you know somebody like that. Just educate yourself right and know that that person wouldn't take on that responsibility if they didn't feel they could handle it. Yeah absolutely and you know. That's a critical point to is. There is so much misinformation out there about mental health. And you know here's the thing. Hollywood doesn't help and i'm not going to rant. I'm not. I'm not trying to say like oh. Don't make movies about people with mental conditions. You know but there is this you know. The joker movie that just came out with a joaquin phoenix. That's joker yeah. Okay so you know. He obviously has a mental health problem. It looks like severe depression and he turns out to be this mass murderer. Right and so people associate edison. He's bipolar but go ahead. Fair enough fair enough so people associate those mental health conditions with something so extreme that they saw on a screen or read an article. now there are extreme cases. it's true. I mean you can't just say that that. No one is that bad off but there are people that bad off that they're not usually the people who look like they're doing okay. There those the people who are really struggling there are more signs right than than you just meeting them. Like if i just walked up to you and said hi. My name's patricia. Perkin tie you doing. You would never think i had five mental disorders right. You know someone. who's that far gone. You know they're going to be showing signs. Oh yeah absolutely for sure for sure and you know the thing is when it comes to mental health when it comes to you know having a a severe enough level of mental health challenges concerns whatever. You wanna call them. If you don't have an official diagnosis right there are so many. I guess levels is probably the best way to put it of of severity. Because you know like saying. Hey i'm feeling depressed for a couple of weeks is a far cry from major depressive disorder right okay. Yeah may i believe probably should have been a little more research but it would be depressed for at least six months before. It is a clinical diagnosis. And so there's going to be events someone dies. A friend moves away. You have to switch jobs then you could go through a you know a few days or a week of feeling depressed. That's normal. yeah exactly. That's the normal depression. That's not the go quick. It'll medication so you can feel better. That's right it's just a normal life happens and you get down and i've even had people say to me. Well you know you have a lot of stuff. You're very blessed. You have a nice home. You have a great husband. Smart kids you you you have you have you have you have. That has nothing to do. With what my brain is doing. I have the intelligence to know that. I a blessed person a blessed individual but that does not mean that my brain is going to let me enjoy all the time. Yeah that's so true. That is so true. And so i just saw an article earlier today from cnbc said fifty one percent of young americans are struggling with mental health. Fifty one percent. I can believe and i think a lot of that if i can just put in. My personal opinion is social media. I'm sure you constantly see people who are throwing up. There highlight reels on instagram. And some of them still on facebook and then those who are throwing out things on twitter but there you're not getting their whole life you don't read what's actually going on. I mean if people looked at my facebook they would see highlights. Because i want to show the good. I don't want to show the days. I don't wanna get out bed. Showed the days where. I'm like begrudgingly. Driving my kids to school because i have to. I'm an adult to do these things. You don't see those things and especially the generation under us. They're so obsessed with social media that they think that's real life. I mean i have a good life. But it's not insta worthy like everything. I do isn't gonna be popping up on instagram. Because it's not real life right. That's just advertising then like you said it's just highlights right. Yeah and so. I want to go back to the stigma piece for just a minute. Because that's a piece that i'm really passionate about and you know in the military you know being healthy being fit to fight. That's part of the job if you're broken your broken leg unit can't use you to go to war right. You have to get that leg fixed. I if you're broken mentally your unit may not be able to use you to go to war because like there's something wrong with you and like the. The thing is with the stigma. It's okay in you know outside of the military that things that your body or your brain is not working like it's supposed to and i've heard so many veterans so min- countless veterans really be rating their brothers and sisters in arms when they talk about having. Ptsd like your combat. Experience was different than mine. Therefore you don't have ptsd or you can't be depressed or you can't be anxious like you're just whining because you want to get paid from the va. You want the va to take care of you. That's ridiculous it. It really is our veterans out there who just looking for that that extra little bit of money out a month sure. There are but by and large the majority of veterans who who are having the courage to stand up and say. Hey i got something wrong in my brain. It's not working like supposed to. They should be applauded and say you know what that is. Surreal courage that you having right now to go and say i need help. Yes it takes a ton of courage and just in time out of being a military spouse and then my time out of it and interacting with veterans and even people who are still currently serving. They they have these but they don't even know how to say it out loud. They will become an alcoholic. But there's nothing wrong with me. I had no problem with war. Or when they get out of the military you know they get hooked on drugs. Oh in the military didn't affect me very much. I'll have i don't have any. Ptsd that that crazy stuff you know or all of a sudden. They're wife isn't good enough. Their kids aren't good enough and they want to be away from them at all times. They don't want that interaction but they say they're fine because they're afraid to say i might be broken inside and might need some help. So instead of having the courage to say that they are literally ruining their lives in other ways right what alcohol would drugs with breaking up their homes with neglecting their responsibilities. That's may there's so much i want to. I want to fix it right. I want to fix the stigma. Problem wanted but there is no easy way to do it. But i think what we're doing right here is having the conversation for the world to hear that. Look it's not just veterans. It's not just veteran spouses. It's according to that article. Fifty one percent of young americans who are struggling with some sort of mental health condition right regardless of what title you go by better in active duty man woman boy girl. Mental health is no respecter of persons. I'm sorry mental illness right. No you're right and mental health needs. You know it doesn't matter who you are. What are what color you are just like any like. I said any other body part in any other thing. That may need attention. Don't be afraid to give it that attention. Don't be afraid to speak up and speak out. Don't let the stigma hold down. Yeah for sure so from our conversation today. I know we're running up on time. So we're gonna wind this down and you know. Obviously you and. I have talked about this a lot and me in the future. I'm sure we will get you back on the show and talk and talk about about this and how fixing your life especially how the team s treatment is grain because he you know. I'm not afraid to talk about right. My inner demons especially can help somebody else. I feel like i feel like god puts us through situation so that we can help other people and if we can't take the bad and turn it around and help someone than what's it for and i have to have faith that it's it's to help others. Sure sure so. We have alluded to these three big takeaways right like the big takeaways from this episode. We've alluded to them throughout the episode. We've talked about them. We've even said them but remind us remind listeners. What those big three takeaways are from listening to this. I would say the first one is to advocate for yourself like i said. Don't be to research. Don't be afraid to figure out what might work for you. Ask for the jewish site testing. Ask for even if you've been on medication for a long time talking about the s you know there are other ways to go about it than just constantly saying in that cycle of pill after pill after pill with no results there. There is light at the end of the tunnel. So don't be afraid to say. Hey i think this might help me. What do you think. Don't wait on them. The second one i would say is. Don't let the stigma prevent you from seeking help Let's there is nothing wrong with you. If you have mental illness nothing like innately wrong review. You are just a person who is struggling and number three. I would say no that you are not alone like you were saying that article fifty one percent of young americans. This isn't even us. The older americans during these are young americans who were struggling. You're not alone. find group. fine fine started group. It right to you know. Don't don't stay alone either. When you isolate yourself things. Things often get worse so definitely seek out others who may have similar problems going on that you can talk through to to have some sort of accountability with and accountability is huge. It is huge and those are the three big ones. But i wanted to add one more. And it's something that i've done personally and it has to do with what i was talking about with social media and it's so funny because our pastors just said at this sunday delete block. You do not have to look at sally. Suzy sampson's and wish it was yours. Delete her blocking her. If if watching her highlight reel is taking your joy. Delete her if mr man who has it all together all the money all the muscles and the most beautiful wife you've ever seen if that stealing your joy delete him bought him because you need to focus on you and yours is so good. That is so so good so patricia. It is been an amazing conversation with you. I wanna thank you personally. Thank you for your courage to come on the show and talk about not just health in general but your own mental health your own struggles with the diagnoses. You know you've had hospital stays as a result had so many things going your life and so thank you so much for talking about this important topic with us you know. We all have a lot of questions but the most important question you can ask yourself is. This have accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith in jesus christ and before we go one thing. Patricia wanted me to point out was earlier. she referenced. cpt. St and she called it childhood. Ptsd it is actually complex. Ptsd would she informed me of later in complex. Ptsd is brought about from long term trauma that might be physical emotional sexual abuse own going childhood neglect things like that. It could even be a prisoner of war type of situation that brings about complex. Ptsd so just clarification. There that that was what she was referencing in the second. Half of the episode. You may have heard probably did hear a lot of clicking in the background while that clicking was my burien husky running around on a hardwood floor and unfortunately we can't edit that out he just kind of made a cameo appearance on the podcast so that dog is the way i deal with my ptsd and depression having a pet. It just helps a lot so anyway. Thank you so much for listening. It has been a joy sharing our hearts with you today. Be sure to check us out on social media. We at facebook at courage to fight again. Instagram also occurred to fight again and twitter at courage again and check us out on our website at courage to fight again dot com a whole lot. More resources there well until next time. Thanks for listening. We served now. What is a production of courage to fight again.

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The Story Behind James Taylor's Fire and Rain

How Good It Is

01:59 min | 3 months ago

The Story Behind James Taylor's Fire and Rain

"Doing the research for some of these shows one of the things. I bump up against a lot of weird rumors regarding the meaning behind the songs. And one of the biggest to james taylor's first big single fire and rain specifically the story that the song chronicles his reaction to the death of his girlfriend in a plane crash. So let's get out of the way immediately. No well not really okay. That was a little harsh. Let me roll myself back a little bit. The song was written in three stages each of them related to a specific event in his life. So let's take them averse at a time. Taylor was working the local coffee houses and clubs and so forth in new york city in the late. One thousand nine hundred sixties and he had a friend by the name of suzanne schnur who everyone. It's seems called. Susie now taylor said that they used to hang out together and they used to get high together but also said he thinks she came from long island which is not what you say about girlfriend material but were good friends. And that's a fact in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight taylor landed a contract with apple records to record his debut album which means he was off to london to do some recording. Now taylor had three roommates that he left behind a new york. All of whom were also close too suzy's and it was while he was in london that suzanne committed suicide. Now i did see a reference to interview. Taylor did with a british magazine called petticoat which susie committed suicide. Because you've been put into an election. Sal and couldn't handle it but unfortunately i couldn't dig up the primary source and all the internet based sources they basically point to one another so i couldn't really determine if that part of it is true at any rate the roommates all knew about it but they didn't tell taylor because they didn't want to shake him up while he was working on this record as a result he didn't learn the news until he got back to new york and she had been dead for about six months

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Cancer Won't Stop Me with Suzy Patz

Sprinkled with Hope

08:27 min | 5 months ago

Cancer Won't Stop Me with Suzy Patz

"All go through life and have struggles and trials and we can make up our mind to change that so. I don't know your full story suzy. If there's things that you wanna share Those type of things that i mentioned Please feel free to give our listeners. A little bit of background about who is and where you've come from a now where you are now. That was a really great kind of synopsis of my journey. Ray fair what i think is is great when i'm incredibly grateful for. Is that all of those things as challenging as they were has brought me to that mindset now that was part of why I know i've asked you. What was your catalyst brought you to want to share. All this positivity and all the joy and for you that was just the natural. That was just something that you wanted to do for just took kinda harder road. It was i learned it. Wasn't i guess it wasn't what i was. I was taught and so it was in order to be able to get through the things that i was going through. Get through the challenges you learn you have choices and i you know not gonna lie with late between you know being in that almost. Why is this happening to me. Victim mentality of sitting in that and just being super sad but then with that realizing the power that i had with justice simple change of mindset to be able to create something very different and so i am just really grateful for that now that for everything that happens life has never going to be perfect challenges that are gonna come at each of us and to be able to have that even if the small challenging things to look at it be challenged by what they're but then be able to step back and be like okay. How could i look at this differently. And the more you do it better and faster that you get at it and it changes everything. It just changes your whole outlook on life and how people respond to you. How you respond to things. Yeah i love that you said that. And it's you hit it on the head where you said it's how you look at it right. It's it's not that we're none of us are going to have adversity or difficult challenges or or whatever right it but it's it's how you look at it and that perspective that you look at it so have you found like different ways to to kind of cope with some of the things that you've done that that kind of cause you to look at that thing differently and say what am i supposed to learn from this. And how's it going to help me. Yeah absolutely I was actually thinking about this this morning. That was a great question. Because it when you are especially. I mean i'm not gonna guess ages. I'm in my forties. Okay right right there with me but when you have and you're starting over so you have thirty twenty thirty forty years of a certain mindset. It's not like that changes overnight just because one day decide okay. I'm going to think about something differently. Today it's something that it took you twenty thirty forty years to have the mindset that you have that programming day. You're kinda reprogram pro. Reprogramming yourself how to look at live and how to look at situations and so i will still have that thing where you know. My initial reaction may be something that i know doesn't actually serve me and i step back and i changed that things. I do to actively keep in front of that. There's so many. I i meditate twice a day. First thing in the morning before i go to bed at night I read affirmations to myself. I also read passages from books that are inspiring to me or whatever it is that i'm going through that moment in my life helps me kind of get through it I also journal every single morning. Right down all of my thoughts before i start the day and then get in twenty minutes of Superlight just because elevates my mood and puts me in a better head space So i think having me being able to have that every morning routine makes such a huge difference. And i'll notice that when life gets busy i don't have the same thing and you kinda take detours. Oh no. I don't need to do that today or i can take the day off and then it kind of snowballs and you don't do it a few days. He just. it just completely affects everything. It affects your whole day so I've found those things to be incredibly important and it has almost become something that i won't sacrifice for something else. Yeah i i agree with you. I think doing those things every every morning or night whenever you choose especially in the morning at set your tone for the day and like you were kinda hinting towards if you don't do that in one day Your day might not goes planned. You might have a little more struggle or something but when you when you do those things like your affirmations or meditate that it really ground you and allows you to go about your day the way that you intend so. I really liked that. So going back to this video that i saw on your social media thing says that you're an advocate for love and hope and i don't know how long you've been doing this but what got you into doing this. Why are you motivated to share these messages with people in these videos and so forth. What your why. Why do you do this. It's a great question to ask him. That was an incredibly hard recovery. I actually am nelly different person than i was prior to and that was the biggest struggle there. Were so many other things that were hurt for me You know the physical things but this controls everything we do controls every thought we make and when that i mean after forty plus years changes you struggle with how to manage that you struggle with what that means you struggle with being that person you know. That's now a different person thinking about things differently and it was tough recovery with stuff. And all those physically. My doctors made sure that i was fine. There is no support from me here. And so i found that support to the people around me and i felt in red ably lucky to be where i was to have the people around me that understood the job that i was working at the time Because i don't know if if you're like me where you get brain damage and you think i'm not gonna let that stop me and so three week later you go back to work and you know. Here's this like tried to push through it like walking yet to see you know that doesn't work. Yeah so as i tried to do that. My brain is trying to tell me you can't Pretty much shut down and got to the point. Where again this was off. The brain was off. And i was trying to find. Like what is the plan to. I get back to normal Trying to find the answer. And when i went into the doctor's office i had an appointment about three months after the accident. I i was living for this plan. I didn't know what to do. I wasn't my style. This was not normal it. I would wake up different every single day. And i usually just kinda hidden in my room didn't couldn't interact with people didn't couldn't watch television. Couldn't go go grab a drink with somebody just like let it all go and so i was really trying to figure out what the plan and when i went to the doctor which was actually really hard for me to do. They didn't have a plan. Their response to me was simply. Everybody is different. This is brain damage only a few months. And you're just a baby. I'm ready for it to be over tomorrow. And they're telling me this could take a year maybe longer and and they don't know they don't know if i am going to get any better or if this is just going to be what my life is

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Attorney General William Barr to resign before Christmas

Democracy Now! Audio

02:42 min | 8 months ago

Attorney General William Barr to resign before Christmas

"President trump announced via tweet monday. That attorney general william bar was resigning. He wrote in part quote. Our relationship has been a very good one. he's done an outstanding job. As per letter. Bill will be leaving just before christmas to spend the holidays with his family. Trump tweeted deputy attorney. General jeff rosen will take bars place bar announced. He was stepping down in a resignation letter released shortly after he briefed trump about the justice department's review into voter fraud claims in the twenty twenty election. He wrote in the letter. Allegations of fraud. Continue to be pursued earlier. This month bar told the associated press quote to date. We have not seen fraud on a scale that could've affected a different outcome in the election. News of fars resignation comes after it was reported that he knew earlier this year about an investigation into the president elect joe biden's son hunter and his tax affairs. This prompted trump to lash out at bar on twitter over the weekend calling him. A big disappointment but bar has been one of donald trump's staunchest allies this summer. The washington post reported bar personally ordered police. To beat and tear-gas peaceful protesters who gathered near the white house. In order to clear a path for president. Donald trump to walk to nearby saint. John's episcopal church where the president posed for photos holding a bible var denied using tear-gas during an interview on cbs's face the nation and the methods. They used you think were appropriate existence. Yes they announced three times. They didn't move by the way. There was no tear gas used. The tear. Gas was used sunday when they had to clear. H streak to allow the fire department to come into saint john's church. That's when tear gas was used. There were chemical irritants. The partner there were not irritants. Pepper sprays a chemical chemical pepper spray. Your same suzy's pepper balls attorney. General william bar also defended the administration's blaming the anti-fascist movement known as antifa for instigating violence during the protest. Instead of police. We have evidence that antifa and other similar extremist groups as well as actors of a variety of different political persuasions have been involved in instigating and participating in the violent activity in fact the nation magazine has reported an internal f. b. i. Document shows the agency had quote no intelligence indicating and teeth involvement presence at the protest though it did cite the presence of far right provocateurs unquote.

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3 Strategies to Power your Profits with Susie Carder

The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

04:13 min | 8 months ago

3 Strategies to Power your Profits with Susie Carder

"Everyone to the intelligence of podcast. Today i have the pleasure of interviewing and speaking with suzy. Carter welcome susie thank you thanks for having me and thank you for being who you are in the industry and being just a bad ass leader making happen. I am as static to speak with you. Another schedules like super busy. And i had the opportunity to meet you about four years ago at speaking right and i was thinking man. I really liked the chance to chat with her. But at the time there were so many people crowded around you. You're just finished talking about prophets which is part of our conversation today. Yes having this opportunity to kind of continue a conversation that i wanted to have altogether is like a real real blessing for me. So thank you for being on our show. You're welcome this my jam. I love talking about profit and helping coaches authors. Riders entrepreneurs make money because their strategy. And i don't know about you. But when i started i didn't the strategy right. Fifteen percent of our financial successes base our technical ability. So that's the vocation that you're in so it's kind of scary when you think of only fifteen percent of how you get paid as the work you do. The eighty five percent is our sales. Our marketing operations. Finance right is how we do the work now. I have to be amazed at my fifteen percent. I got to be good and my fifteen percent. But if i'm not focused on that eighty percent i'll never make money. That's why you see people who have been in business for ten years but they haven't really grown. I say you don't have ten years of experience. I say one year of experience repeating at ten times. I'm sorry that heard. I'm sorry. But i tell you 'cause i didn't know bright so my goal is to help you know an uncover. What's your genius. what's your gift. How do we monetize that. Because when you to monetize your gift you never work a day again. This is my job right now. Come on how fun is this. It's fun for me. Some people the number one fear in life is is public. Speaking number two is death by fire. Yom rather burn in hell. Then come and speak live. I'm just a little cuckoo. i'm the crazy white. You're on you know what one of the things about your speaking style. That's the thing that made me wanna talk with you because it was so direct until the point. We just really what i prefer in so before we get into power your prophets. I wanna talk a little bit about your grit story ammo flip it a little bit from what i usually do in. Start with my question which is grid on. My podcast stands for grace resilience integrity in tenacity When you eat about your story yes your career with the salon is spine all the work you've done with motivating the masses and all of these other training development businesses. You've grown which one of those words were nate with you. The most and tell me why. Why integrity is huge for me right when i look at. I believe that the degree of your aliveness is to the degree of your integrity. What i mean by that. I mean that if you were pretending to be something that you're not you're adam untidy and people can see it. People can feel it off thing. You know you've seen speakers you've seen business people like she's nice and all but there's something i don't know what it is and so integrity is like dirty laundry. You can clean it all day long and then by the evening you're gonna put dirty underwear dirty clothes in the laundry basket. That's integrity right. I can try all day long to be have a level inheriting. I might say something to offend somebody. So it's my job to clean it up and so it's part of my value system. I'm not saying i'm perfect. I'm not saying how the down on the time. I saved dumb stuff. Because i don't know what i don't know but i'm willing to clean it up and win your business if you can have a high level integrity and fall on the sword quicker faster rate people get upset when clients are upset and they wanna make the client run the rallies on the store. Just clean it up. People respect that

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Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Synthetic Hero

Scuba Shack Radio

06:08 min | 8 months ago

Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Synthetic Hero

"It's time for another installment of seon. It's still alive and this time we're going back to season. Three episode twenty titled synthetic hero synthetic hero first aired on may twenty first nineteen sixty and we find might down in a caribbean harbor whereas working with a company. Dredging that harbor as mike is underwater scouting ahead of the dredge. He finds an uncharted wreck and discovers. That it's the navy. Ls number four to seven seven and s. t short for landing ship tank one of those ships that can push up onto the beach and offload equipment. I spent three years on t. Eleven ninety eight. The us bristol county in the late nineteen seventies. Well mike notifies the navy and meets with a captain sellers. Who tells mike that lsd four to seven seven went missing on september twelfth. Nineteen forty four. He also tells mike that eighteen crew members die. Two of the survivor's however jack clayton. Who was the captain and tom. Maury who clayton a hero saved might be interested in the finding captain. Sellers asked my to find out what happened before the dredging operators blow up the ship in the next scene mike walking down the pier carrying his doubles in one hand and the other equipment slung over his shoulder. One handed doubles. Wow there he meets the survivors. Jack clayton in tom. Worry along with jack's wife. Susan is it me or there are a lot of suzy's and susan's on john. Jack wants to dive with. Mike and tom will be on. Deck for support might convince the dredging operators to give him forty eight hours on the rack and try to find out what happened to l. s. t. four to seven as the scene shifts. We see jack getting into his gear. Mike i'm not so sure jack knows what he's doing. Jack says he's just a little rusty so the giants dryden and make their way to direct can split up. Mike little confused because jack doesn't seem to be all that incompetent in the water. Well they don't find anything and get back on the vote jackson's really agitated. They only have one more day to solve the mystery as the sun comes up the next day and they're back on the water. Mike is getting all geared up and ready to go. Clayton is fiddling around. Mike frustrated at the delay when suddenly clayton drops tanks over the side. And you see it's sinking to the bottom. Mike has no choice but to retrieve it and hoping that this is last delay and that the tank isn't a jinx on jack's back so now the two of them are back. Underwater jet goes to the bow area. And mike heads. Aft inside the engine room. And he finds a blast hole below the waterline as he exits the space with this newfound knowledge. Suddenly a nightmare of junk is falling on top of him. It could only have been shoved on top of him by one person jack. Clayton isn't a clumsy amateur. Mike frees himself and chases. After jack jack pulls knife and they get into a fight might prevails and takes jack back to the surface with a hammerlock back on the boat. We find out that. Jack wasn't trying to kill mike. Just trying to scare you. See jack confesses that it was all his fault that l. s. t. four to seven seven sank during the attack. It says he's he steered the ship into a reef where it sank and that the enemy didn't do it at all. Tom is very angry now. And they locked jack in the cabin while mike makes one more dive on the wreck. Mike is back in the engine room now and he finds something just then dynamite from dredge operators detonates and the ship starts to collapse on mike he stuck in his regulators damaged back topside jackass yelling to get out because might my need help. Tom refuses pleased. So jack breaks out of the cabin and gives tom a karate chop knocking him out. Jack johnson finds mike. They buddy breathe while he frees him from the wreck and you get back to the bill before they surface. Susan comes aboard. Gets weeks. Tom up just mike and jack return. Jack tells suzy the ship sinking was all his fault. Susan doesn't care. She understands just then. Mike produces his find a piece of metal from japanese shell. That shank sank the four to seven seven. Jack still a hero a synthetic hero. Well i guess. Hollywood took a lot of liberties here. Let's see an ls t. Operating independently in the caribbean by itself doing battle with either a japanese ship or submarine seems a little farfetched. But as we know from mike nelson. Nothing is improbable.

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Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Cave Diving

Scuba Shack Radio

06:09 min | 10 months ago

Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Cave Diving

"Off It's time for another installment of Sea Hunt. It's still alive. And today we're going back to season 2 episode 21 for cave diving cave diving Premier package on May 24th 1959 in this episode. Mike is working with a geologist George Brian who is searching for uranium in an underwater cave. George has been doing his diving with his wife Susie up until now but needs Mike helped to explore further and do more work. They're diving off the boat Olympia with its Captain pops. Mike and George hop in and swim down with her watertight geiger counter. Mike has a doubles and George's in a single tank as they approached the cave. They put the ear pieces from the geiger counter into their ear and they take out the probe Mike's off the Geiger counters chattering like magpies. All of a sudden things start to shake Mike is spinning around. George is at the cave entrance. It's an underwater landslide. When all the turbulence is over, there's a huge Rock blocking the entrance to the cave and George is trapped inside under a pile of rocks. Mike shines his light and injured signals back. Mike can't budget Iraq. So he heads back to the surface. He says he has less than an hour before Susie becomes a widow. Mike tells pops. He needs the ship-to-shore radio to call the pier and they need to bring out some big hooks to pull away the Rocks. He's talking really fast. George only has 46 minutes left now. He tells Pops that it's real bad. Now they're desperately scanning the surface for the help from the pier the boat rounds the point and gets there within 14 minutes Susie is on board in her scuba gear bag ready to help George is down to thirty minutes Suzy insists on helping Mike despite his objections. Now Mike and Susie make it to the caves entrance and struggle to get the anchors attached to the large Rock. Finally. They get them in place and Mike's ends up a flare for the boat to pull the rock the boat strains when suddenly the anchors Breakaway failure Susie is desperate trying to get into the cave. Mike is trying to calm her down and he said she has to be rough with her in the commotion Susie's air hose gets fouled and they have to Buddy breathe to the surface. Susie climbs on board the hooks won't work. She's crying pops is trying to comfort her. What will Mike do now? Here's where things really get interesting. Well, Mike just happens to have some Dynamite on board just in case you know, pop says that's kind of risky. Mike says there's no other option but like pops was in the Seabees in World War Two and says they use Gophers to carry a line through a pipe. So they concoct a plan to use a fish to thread the line off The Rock. Well, it just so happens. There's a barrel on Deck with a live fish might takes out the fish and ties a line around its tail and heads back down to the cave with the fish house and a speargun. He checks to see if George is still alive looks at his watch time is running out. He lets the fish go into the cave ties the fishing line to the heavier line and tries to log the fish back with his light like tries to grab the fish. It's too fast time for the speargun. He's got one shot takes dead aim, and our hero fish is a goner my calls in the fish pulls the line through and now has the heaving line around the rock ties the bowl and shoot a flare to the surface and Lifeboat cranks up its engine. Finally The Rock is pulled from the entrance my crushes in freeze George and brings him to the surface. Mike yells out. I got him and pop lets out a big Yahoo back on the boat. George and Susie are reunited. Mike is lounging now. They say George's leg will be okay. They're talking about the fish that saved George Susie says that were fish was Mike Nelson. As the episodes ends, they're talking about pops idea from when he was in the Navy and Pop's final line is I wasn't in the Navy. I was just the Seabees. Hm wonder what my CB friends would think of that now you might recognize George if you're of a certain age, that would be Herbert Anderson better identified with Dennis the Menace his father Henry Mitchell. Well, that was certainly not what we think of when we think about cave diving using a fresh to thread a line around Iraq is a little out there but if anyone can do it, it would be Mike Nelson on Sea Hunt. off

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"suzy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"suzy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The year. So collecting go. Lovely. Shilton have the plane. You're. Very She'll needs. Team here. Yes She sure ask. cries. Own. There s nothing. Can Go. Home and. Then go and. Rather sits down that. So. Many things she liked to. Spend more time. Garden. Now get those folks. Team. The She. Pass. Digging. Known. No. Way. Letting go. Even. Just all naive. It's never easy. Then go home..

"suzy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:26 min | 10 months ago

"suzy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So. We took a coffee break and went out and Gary. Harrison. Who I've written a bunch of songs with a Theresa has written tons of song it. It was out there Easter when he goes right in start telling him about it and he was like you got something there that's really good. You know don't don't don't tear it up. Don't you know get back in there and do it and we said when you come in and help us because we need to tone it now the thunder thighs. In there it all. So, he helped his tame, just a little bit and then I went on for Doug my husband and I just thought maybe he would have some. Suggestions or anything he just looked at me to sit. Yeah. Now. That was done. You know also so that when Kinda came together all my little. Grinding episode and it was the first time I wrote with no trace of tube so. And we've been dear friends ever since then so that so that one's real special to me. Yeah. It really seems I. Mean It's a really just beautiful songs. So the fact that you guys hit on that so quickly and what a great confirmation to come home and have the producer engineer husband Mesa. Yes era of been what an amazingly impressive body of work and and really just kept going through the nineties. You're just kept going with it and I kinda WanNa fast forward now to talk a little bit about your latest release, which is the album. Live at Cafe Milano for everyone listen. This is now available on all digital streaming sites and as Seems to be an assortment of some of your biggest songs. originally performed in nineteen, ninety, nine at the Nashville venue and I'm just curious thinking back now, what are we twenty one years from there? What are some of your memories from performing these shows? Well there was over nights and that was one of my favorite places to play Nashville. It was just darling little thumb that was about two, hundred, twenty, five seats and really open floor plans. So you could see everybody everybody was show. Because you know you're you could talk to them they could talk to you. You could hear everything is very intimate place. And at that time I've been with that band for about three years and we. Were really tight and it was really a fun time to make a live record with some of my favorite band members of all times now so. That was sort of the the goal was really Kinda after this particular time I was in between record labels and that was. Convenient for me to actually. Record something that I would own. So that was another actual in kind of a good thing. But a really never did much with it I it became that we. We would sell it on the road. You know who's only live record. So. But right now is such a great time for live albums because. You. Don't people miss that feeling of being in the room. The songs and stuff and and. In that particular album, you can hear the audience they're really like you can hear how vault they are and how they're participating, and so it seemed like a really smart thing to you know get it out to the world. You know just let people enjoy alive performance. A lot.

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"suzy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:05 min | 10 months ago

"suzy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Okay. We are here with Suzy Biogas and thank you so much for being with us today on the song facts podcast. How are you? I am very well, thanks for inviting me on. Thanks for coming and where are you exactly. I'm not national right now we live. In now area called Franklin's see. Okay. I Know Franklin pretty well, I used to live on the Florida panhandle near like. The thirty, eight area I don't know if you're familiar a lot of people. There from Franklin yeah, we have a nice festival that on there as well. Don't want really fun festival that we do every years is that the thirtieth songwriters festival in January? That's the line. Yes. I've probably seen you to at a place called Pandora's back in the day. That's possible. Alumni. Really, well, you have quite the story and I hope we can talk about a decent amount of it but I wanNA start going back to your childhood upbringing and just kind of let me know how to music I become a part of your life. Oh Gosh well. Youngest so Like eight years younger than my closest brother. So there was lots of music going on in our house way before I was even born so Growing up from me everybody already kind of had established what using they like. Mom likes certain time might add light country my. Siblings, my oldest brother was into the harmony group semester was into James Taylor and euro king, and then my other brother was into creedence clearwater. So it's like I got taste of a lot of different styles of music growing out. And any kind of all is in there I just you know it's all kind of all muddled up together and I always loved music. I was big. Ham because. I was the youngest I was always in the little dancing bear was making people laugh. So I think you know grown up. Knowing that I could make people happy if I would sing to them or you know. I think that's how it just Kinda got under my skin began to Form Yeah and from there, you kinda started to earn your stripes playing coffeehouses at it sounds like that was in your college years I. Don't know if he did much before that. But what were what were some of the lessons that you learned during that time? in live Kinda stuck with you today. You know I grew up in a really small town. So I really didn't realize that I didn't think about it that people could actually make a living as. Perform. Like I didn't know anybody who did that. So when it comes to college, there are a lot of in my dorm. There was all. It was all people who are majoring in art music or theater, and so there are a lot of people who had already played in in a professional groups that were from the cities and they don't Chicago. So. They taught me a lot of stuff and then I started drying out to things like the university singers and and and then I also had friends that were playing in coffeehouses are playing in the local bars. By my sophomore year in high in college I was I was playing in the bars and just plan my ten songs I knew and then Elaborating in learn songs from all the other people that were out there. Playing Guitar. Than started writing songs and traveling more. So curious about this aisle diverge I'll divulge a little bit above me. I've I've had I've played music I play a few different instruments, but the first instrument I've learned was guitar and I. Imagined trying to be a singer songwriter and getting up on stage with a guitar, maybe a harmonica necklace and singing some songs. But my voice never really followed that dream unfortunately. So I've always found it really daunting and I found it very I learned later at Insert doing anything musically till I was twenty but I was very It's just been a confidence thing with me and I'm curious. Did you have that right away was? Do you think it was because he grew up in such an open house that you just naturally progressed into that? Yeah I mean I sing in the Church now on use my guitar in the Church. and. It was a presbyterian very kind of. Of older audience and they were still just they came to life when I started playing the guitar and it was like something that they just didn't even know existed or something I don't know but it just. Gave me a lot of confidence and then you know as I started to play in bars itself I was still nervous but little by little You know I kind of got over that I. Did I still do have little times when I you know Joe get nervous I mean I just Kinda sims on what's going on with your emotion lady does your your confidence doesn't always Wayne's sometimes that but for the most part. Yeah I just. I just kind of get calm again on the stage and it just I just Kinda go. Well if I'm calm and they're gonNA feel like they're at home in, they're not going to be judging me. So that's my that's my tip to you is if you want them to be calm then you have to be calm so that they feel comfortable and they've not worried for you that you are up there about ready. A clam or something you know I think that's fair and I will say that in the Times that I have played in front of people, it's been a situation where the nerves were very aggressive leading up to it. But as soon as you get on, you get a couple of songs in. Yeah. I think there's a call maiden mechanism especially, if you get done with a song and you get a little applause that never heard I'm very curious about this. So you were first, you were the first featured female performer at Dollywood, and I'm just so curious was that an audition and did you have to audition directly for Dolly? I did not Here's what I haven't is. I was playing national. I moved to national. Saying at a bar long. It was a restaurant Bar Tony. Roma's. While I was there. Somebody told me about this theme park at which was not always park yet it's the same park and the net at a They had a festival in the summer, and then you can go and play like two or three days in the mountains and it would be fun. So I gotTa, Gig doing that and not while I was there Nali came and was buying apart so. And those people came back to national and saw me in the bar and they hired me sign you know. Just right on spot. So it was. I can't imagine. Do you remember what what to replace.

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"suzy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:05 min | 10 months ago

"suzy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"WHO's in their vote amount? Of Water election days. Now. Biggest Here. From deeper digs and rocker archaeology John are you registered to vote. I know I am. Headcount is a nonpartisan organization that works with the music and entertainment industry to get fans to vote. Top date or check your voter registration status go to headcount dot org or you'll find all the information you need to be ready for election day. At Headcount Dot Org, you can also check your registration status because I don't know if you know this, but millions of people get purged from the voter rolls every year. Everyone should check their registration status every year. The deadline to register to vote in some states is.

Alec Baldwin defends playing Trump on SNL: ‘If he was truly, gravely ill we wouldn’t have done it’

Chicks On the Right

04:34 min | 10 months ago

Alec Baldwin defends playing Trump on SNL: ‘If he was truly, gravely ill we wouldn’t have done it’

"Ware, not watchers of Saturday Night live anymore, But when I woke up on Sunday morning, I saw all over the Internet that people were talking about the previous night Saturday night Live and turns out it's because they decided to poke fun. At Donald Trump's illness, even while he was in the hospital and news about his recovery wasn't Quite a cz bright as it is right now. So you know, you always think. Oh, surely they're not going to stoop that low. But then they did. They dio and it started with Chris Rock who did the opening monologue. Take a Listen Listen to this. You say the elfin room. President Trump's in the hospital from covet, and I just want to say my heart goes out to covet hilarious. It's just like Okay, So you're not funny anymore. And so you're goingto go ahead. Suzy can't come up with jokes anymore on your us You're going to go ahead and pander to the crowd that hates trump. So you're going to do that? Because you know you could get laughs by making fun of Donald Trump. Yeah, that's what you're going to do now. Wow. Congratulations. You sup? It was really It's so bad that it's not funny. Yikes. And then they did. They had Alec Baldwin back because he does. Obviously that portrayal of Donald Trump and then Jim Worry is now they're impersonator of Joe Biden. So they recreated the debate. And usually when they do that, they're hilarious. I make I remember when they did it with the Democratic primary. It was. There was some good actual comedy there and it was. I think, 12 to 13 minutes long and it was some equal opportunity mockery. So both candidates do you know they were making fun of both candidates pretty well, except until they got into the ending last part of it. Jim Carey took out a TV remote and then shut off Donald Trump's ability to top Alibaba one's ability to talk as Donald Trump and then this is what he said. Baskin, The Trump listening, Chris. Could I speak directly to the American people? Is it gonna be aware? Totally, totally Weird America. Look look directly into my eyeballs. You could trust me because I believe in science. And Carmen. Now. Just imagine science. And karma could somehow team up to send us all a message about how dangerous this virus could be. I'm not saying I wanted to happen. Just magic. I mean, just he's been a Saturday night. That's like when he is still in the hospital, and people are questioning. Is he going to be okay? I mean that these people are sick like that is twisted. Yeah. Wow. Never won. This show used to be funny, apparently. It's been so it has been like this. Like that was what 30 years ago. I know. I'm just like, Wow, Check your heart's indeed, man. You'll stay with us

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"suzy" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"suzy" Discussed on Plant Strong

"This book was so powerful that she was featured as guest with Oprah. Super Soul Sunday. Suzy along with her sister Rebecca also founded the music school in two thousand and five the first school in the country to be a one hundred percent solar powered. Zero waste. With one hundred percent organic plant based lunch programs. And perhaps most importantly. Souso,.

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Building Healthy Stepfamilies with guest Ron Deal

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Building Healthy Stepfamilies with guest Ron Deal

"Throw a monkey wrench in an already tough situation. Now, you've got dad who's the Bio Dad living in another home and you've got step dad and mom living a home. MOM AND DAD scenario I, see a lot mom and step dad believe that. Kids. Should have curfews and You know boyfriends and girlfriends don't live in the home and but then the kids go over to bio DADS and they don't have to go to bed till one in the morning and dad's got a live in girlfriend. And a mom and Stepdad don't believe in that. Help those tears get on the same page or can they? Okay. So let's let's just acknowledge that. Death or divorce followed by a marriage that forms a blended family, means you have less parental power as one single parent than if you were in a unified family situation. There's no way we can ever recover what has been lost in that sense. What we can do is find as many ways as possible to cooperate between households to try to come to similar similar expectations for the children. But somebody right now is laughing their head off because they just heard that they said you have no idea what to deal within the other. And there's no way that's ever GonNa Happen I. Get it, right? Yeah, and in in those situations. Okay. You tried you manage your home. You teach. You talk you build character. You have morals and values that you're trying to instill in your children. You live up to those and you manage your home knowing full well that when they go home, they're gonNA stay up late tonight, get enough sleep. They're not GONNA get the math homework done and it is going to ripple conflict and some stress back into your life it comes with the territory. But you just manage your home as best. You can always leaving open. The possibility that God may do another miracle in that other parents life, and someday they may come to see the light and WanNa. Know what time should bedtime be. Your calls are you print? But. Honestly, it is a stressful situation when that happens I I've often compared. You know the goal of co-parenting. is trying to cooperate regarding the other home as best you can. Because you WANNA, make it easy for children to move between homes. They're not caught in the middle of some war that's going on between the adults if if you're Canada and the other homes the US. Hey, it's all good. Yeah Yeah. We we do have a different money system. Government different health insurance right. But we love each other. We like each other we get along. You can cross the border pretty easily. It's all good. But if the other home is North Korea. And you're the US. You got a whole lot of politicking going on a whole lot of agendas being worked. It is far more difficult for the children to actually show up in either of those places and feel loved and feel safe and not feel like they've got a report on the other country, and it is what it is like you do what you can, what's within your power. Love will to manage well to be consistent to your rules and guidelines. What happens when Suzy's thirteen mom and Stepdad have a fairly strict home? She's not too keen on step dad and says, I'm going to go live at Dad's because he's a lot nicer. He doesn't have rules. You. Do you let her go or? Let's play that out. Yeah. If I'm mom in that situation. The first thing I want to do is dial back my panic. That? Yeah. Yeah. Everything inside you just went. No, that can't happen. I don't want you to go. Why would you WANNA leave. That makes me feel. So Oracle and you turn all that down and you don't let that get the best take a deep breath and you go so tell me What is it that you're needing? Once what's happening? That's making you feel like you need to do that and you go right back to the child and you try to listen and hear and understand, and maybe it's just because Dan is cool video games. It might just be that. But. Maybe it could be that deeply doesn't feel safer. Loved for whatever reason. And you do have something that you really need to address like. So you gotTa Listen I. I will say this I've written article about parenting, a step parenting in parenting teenagers I do think for some children, there is this natural longing to want to spend a little time with their other biological parent, that is a legitimate need. Do think that is something that if you talk and listen and explorer in its, there's nothing manipulative going on here. This is not a challenge is trying to get the best to you or put went over on anybody. They just have an authentic need to spend more time with dad. Thank, you might have to accommodate for a season. Now, if there's some sort of agenda or manipulation or. One. No. I don't think you just give in to that I. Think you address what's the problem you address what? we want you here. We WanNA keep custody of the way it is. We want to pursue that solicit try to address what's happening so that the need to move to another home goes away

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

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"Episode fifty four now on today's episode, we have infield suzy production designer behind shows such as parks and recreation love, and the good place and today when we're talking about how productions actually crafts and creates a world, not only in a narrative sense, could also in actually creating and changing locations that you already have

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Women Making Waves Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Suzy's. Do you think? This really say this in ten years time or even less. Maybe that will be celebrating the great lockdown of twenty twenty. By maybe eating tens of pins and things like that. And basically not having any supplies in the hose, using no toilet roll, of course, just generally speaking to everybody on zoom which by then. Will have moved onto something else, but you know we'll all launch zoom again. Molo looked back on the good old days of lockdown. I can see it now. Lockdown Revival. We have to dress to on the twenty third of Mar. Jhansi dressed stone. You don't dress up for look at your dress down. In our pajamas and does that mean to say that? We don't have to show for a week before, so we get really in preparation. And we make up nor hair longer as well. Day Oh, there's a lot of prep for this. Revival look down. WAKES WILL! Angle. Yes seventies wikileaks we'll have. You look done week. Yes yes, you. Hear this lot. We said about that isn't that? We can read on stories as well that we wrote. Have you written a dairy? Linda No of course I haven't this'll be my diarrhea. So have you been keeping down? No To be thinking about. Guilty there. No No, no, no! No having I've often wondered what it'd be like to write a diary and I've always wanted to I could never get myself sorted. It never happened. Have you ever been Dr Darst Oh? Yeah, when? Nature Tabby by can really bring myself to look those diaries anymore. This is so embarrassing

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How Rolling Stones Suzy Exposito Made History with Her Bad Bunny Cover Story

Latina to Latina

05:51 min | 1 year ago

How Rolling Stones Suzy Exposito Made History with Her Bad Bunny Cover Story

"Makes a good celebrity profile? Great when I don't like about some celebrity profiles is like the ones that that come off like being a little too. There's a word for it. Like ingratiating or like defying people in a way. That's is so smarmy to me for me. I broke my own rule in this story. Actually because I usually don't talk about myself at all and profiles. I think that that can kill the buzz a lot of time. I don't like when people start reflecting on their own lives in the middle of somebody else's profile I usually find it distracting. I think the point where I broke. That rule was when I talked about disclosing to him like my sexuality and I could you identify as bi. I do identify as bisexual. Yeah and I have for the last ten years at least openly and so I chose to have this part of the conversation. You know closet because I'm still at my grandmother's house and that's still something. It's like a sore subject for my family. It just is and like but at this point. I'm like thirty years old. I'm like what are y'all GonNa to do ground me like spear also hiding in a closet. Yeah I had to really reckon with the fact that I'm still worried about making my family uncomfortable and I think a lot of US still a lot of us can be like what like forty five sixty instill never be able to really discuss that side of ourselves with families like I have so many people in my family who are also queer. It's just they don't talk about it. You know every once in a while somebody has a roommate. That's like a common thing or somebody like brings their friend to Christmas. You know it's coded and that's just how things are in my family and in so many other families. I waited until I was in a serious relationship with a woman to come out because at that point I was like. I don't know I knew how I felt for many years by. I didn't even take it seriously until I was in a relationship. That's when I came out to my mom. She was super supportive. And like really sweet about it. This would have been ten years ago. An also like anyone who is queer also knows that like coming out is not. It's not like a one and done kind of thing you'll spend like the rest of your life coming out over and over again like I did my article. That's just like one of the many times and I also was so struck by an exchange that you had on twitter because in addition to interviewing buddy you interviewed a home Mulu of celebrities including Ricky Martin and it evoked someone to respond that like there was always a lot of homophobia around Ricky Martin. It wasn't yes just when he came out that he experienced that homophobia that those of us who sort of knew about Ricky Martin were exposed to that like it was always there and it was always a subject of conversation and that that predates the coming out very often. Yes it dies. Link oftentimes like you'll get bullied for being like any kind of queer. You'll kept bullied for many years before you even own up to it. Why did you choose to weave that into this story? It was something that I discussed with my editor because it was like after. I did that you know like when I when I brought my computer in the closet. I was like a like a met my in house lake. I don't want her like listening to this conversation. It's so funny. I love her so much but she like she liked to listen to some of my interviews for one because I was speaking in Spanish. That's kind of rare for my family. They don't they. Don't really speak Spanish with me so I think that she was kind of entertained by hearing me analyst like God. I can't do this but then when I thought about it a little bit more on like it is because I still can't talk about this around my family I just can't and what bad bunny did with his drag video. It was so powerful. Because I really don't think I I mean Ricky Martin is gay. I don't think Ricky Martin would have gotten away with that I really don't he presents as very masculine and if he tried doing that even even this year like if he tried to do that with people really accept it. It's like I think to this day. Like people prefer gay men to be masculine in like street passing or whatever. That's a very real thing so for someone like bad bunny who's in a very secure relationship with a woman. And WHO's the most popular rapper slash singer in Latin America right now and end in the US for someone like him to go out on a limb and dress in drag as like a show of solidarity with Queer People? I was like he's doing this so I don't have to feel this way anymore. And so that's when I decided to set the scene. We stayed in the closet for like an hour and just talked about. We talked about gender and sexuality in like why he started caring about all this because he really doesn't have to care and the fact that he goes out there and says like I'm not okay with this is

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How Rolling Stones Suzy Exposito Made History with Her Bad Bunny Cover Story

Latina to Latina

06:38 min | 1 year ago

How Rolling Stones Suzy Exposito Made History with Her Bad Bunny Cover Story

"I feel like I am constantly pitching celebrities and publicists. So let me ask you before we even get into the making of this. How were you able to score and interview with Bad Bunny? Luckily I had interviewed him before I interviewed him at the Latin grammys in two thousand eighteen. And I seem to have caught him at a time where he was definitely. You know making it big in the Latin space but had just you know started to crack the anglophone market and I went to the Latin grammys and figured what this is where I'm going to find him. Generally bad bunny is a bit of an elusive chanteuse. So he to quote Mariah Carey He doesn't like doing very many interviews and at the time I got like maybe fifteen twenty minutes with him honestly. He's just such a freak. I love it. I feel like Latin music has been sorely lacking in legit freaks. And I'm someone who had described myself as a freak by that. I mean people who are not afraid to try new things people who aren't afraid of like breaking ground who aren't afraid of experimenting whether it's like you know like bad bunny. I think it's in both his style like personal style and also in his music and in the ideas that he shares so I kept in touch. With the publicist. Sue Haley. Sola in I told her I was like I really want him on the cover of rolling stone and she was like okay. Let me know how we can make that happen was like well? Let me know the next time. He's putting out an album and we'll start to work on it. I think lake just every time they would talk about the cover. I be like I think bunnies GonNa do something really big soon. We should be ready for it. there's also the Jaylo insecure a super bowl coming up. I didn't know he was going to be performing with them but I suspected because he did that song with Jaylo before He might be one of their surprise guests. And then he appeared. Soi in Swarovski crystals in so I went back to my bosses and I was like look this dude. He's blowing up like he performed for the biggest most mainstream television audience in the United States at this point like come on and they were like. Okay let's talk about it so I talked to sue Haley and I was like I think we need to make an impression and she was like okay. He's going to be on fallon. Why don't we stop by your office? I was like stop by the office. Bring a few of the songs I'm going to invite my editors and then they can hear the music and like chat with him a little bit and so he came to the office and I only invited like maybe six or seven people and within like two songs. The office just filled up with people. Once they realized bad bunny was in. The office went from like ten people to like fifty sixty people crowded into the conference room. Just like listening to his music. He played a few songs and people were super stoked. I mean the energy in the room was just like so. It was just like dynamite. You know like people were dancing. Kinda grooving with it editors for like are a we can. We can see the appeal and he's so charismatic even for people like who don't speak Spanish. He's his charisma. Just like shines through. They were like all right. Let's do a cover like that's how it happened. How did Gabriela Bailing Gary Get to shoot the cover? Oh it was. It was an idea our creative director had. We couldn't fly anybody there. So Katrina was like. Why don't we ask bad? Bunny if there's anyone like within close proximity to him who might be able to take some nice photos and like she'd already taken photos for him a lot of the photos that you saw in his instagram. I mean over the past three years. She's taken those photos. They've been dating for three years and he hadn't gone public with her and I didn't go into this in the story. A lot of people they say nasty things about people's partners especially because she's a civilian. She is not involved in any of this. She's not a celebrity and so he kind of wanted to protect her. But of course in quarantine. It became apparent that he had someone there with him. And who better to photograph him than the Woman? Who's been secretly photographing him this entire time. At least like his assent in so she took amazing photos. She really did and she did it with an iphone which. I love did it. Add an element then to also be able to have the first let the Anna shoot a cover for ruling. Yes absolutely I mean. I think I'm going to get in trouble for saying this. Because it's it's a fact like most of the people who shoot covers and it's not just at rolling stone but it's across the board in print journalism. Most of them are men. I think it's amazing in a way like how this worked out. At first we were so scared we were like. Oh my God. Are we going to make this happen? Are we GONNA have to shoot this cover over zoom like what take I just really love? The gabby like agreed to do this and she knocked it out of a park. I'm like really proud of her. And Benito's really proud of her to. I told him in an interview I was like. Did you know that your girlfriend is going to be the source To cover? He was like he's like. Wow he was so proud of her and he didn't take any credit for it at all. It's not like he was like Oh yes. She could only do it because he was like. She is talented and like He. He wants people to see that he was just like thrilled to kind of like push her into the spotlight

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Seattle - Washington State Hit Hard By Unemployment Fraud

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Seattle - Washington State Hit Hard By Unemployment Fraud

"The State of Washington admitted yesterday that has lost hundreds of millions of dollars to bogus. Unemployment claims this is the latest and biggest example of an increasing number of pandemic related fraud cases. Npr's Martin Kostya reports. The crisis has created ideal conditions for scammers. By last weekend. It was already pretty clear that something bad was happening to Washington. State's unemployment system Jevon West is an associate professor at the University of Washington Seattle. I get this email from my gain that said Oh my identity has been stolen. Yours might be to you better. Check turns out. Somebody was impersonating university faculty members using their names and social security numbers to apply unemployment benefits and West found that his idea was being misused. This way too. I have colleagues across the university in the medical school in the law school and every single group that I've talked to there was at least some and in some cases many had their identity stolen there have been similar reports from all across Washington and the state now acknowledges that there have been tens of thousands of bogus unemployment claims and just a few weeks. It's lost hundreds of millions of dollars or will I did eight jaw-dropping figure yesterday the State's Commissioner for Employment Security. Suzy Levine held zoom. Press conference about what happened. She wouldn't give many details because a team of federal investigators is trying to track down the criminal network behind this and get the money back but when asked whether the state had been taking enough precautions against this kind of fraud. She pointed to the pandemic and the urgency of the economic crisis overbalanced. How do we balance getting that money out? Broadly and quickly with clamping down in order to keep out the criminals and the fraudsters cybercrime gangs always like it when governments are in a hurry to disperse money and now there's trillions of dollars in aid flowing out of Congress. The race is on. Patrick Peterson is the founder of email security company called Gary. It's been monitoring a major west African cybercrime gang watching as it attacks. The unemployment systems of at least eight states. They're trying to get to the websites to register to fill in the information to fill out claim and get those funds before the people who are actually do them can do so. Experts think the gangs are filling out those claim forms by drawing on the ocean of personal information about us. That's been stolen in recent years. For instance from facts in two thousand seventeen eve of Alaska's a CEO of the Identity Theft Resource Center a nonprofit that helps victims it. Also tracks data breaches. But she says right now. That kind of hacking isn't the priority for these criminals Ria the number of breaches occurring actually fall this quarter. But that's because they're they're no longer seeking out the data now they're trying to monetize it and they're not going after just government money. There's also been a jump. In pandemic themed scams that target individuals for instance fake warnings that you've been exposed to the corona virus to be able to use a nugget of truth and then spend their yard and now because things are so disorienting it does tend to put us in a position where we think well is that true. I mean it could be because I never thought this could happen and I'm living it and that has some disturbing implications if scammers pretend to be say contact tracers then. How will people respond to a call from real contact tracers? Jevon West. The academic whose identity was stolen at the start of this story the University of Washington Center for an informed public. He happens to study misinformation and disinformation. He calls this pandemic long-term state of uncertainty. And when there's so much uncertainty you get these knowledge vacuums. That sort of attract opportunists. Send propaganda that are either trying to push narrative that are trying to sow confusion the trying to just make a buck and there are lots of people trying to make a buck right now around it. Now that his own identities been used for fraud. West says he's resolved to do more at his center to alert the public to Cova scams and the damage they do to our ability to figure out what's real in an unreal time.

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"suzy" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"suzy" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"TV broadcasts of twenty twenty. That's right as Barbara. Walters said long before this auspicious year. This is twenty twenty and you know what they say about hindsight. It's twenty twenty. Well I'm not sure if they mean a happy new dreer but here we are happy nude rear brothers and sisters lovers and centers Happy New Year and Yeah it's just eh a little glimpse nothing really actually nude because we still have our facebook and youtube cameras on but a little later when those cameras are turned away. Hey you're gonNA WANNA stay tuned to Dr Susan Bloch Dot com slash live for the real nude rear but speaking of hindsight tonight live from the little love. Church of the Bonobo way in the village of Bonobo Ville it's the twenty nineteen Susia war heads words honoring excellence in Broadcast Artistry Exhibitionism for the eighth consecutive year. The Doctor Susan blocked DOT TV awards. Actually that's their whole name but You know that's a little bit of a mouthful so we just say this is ease. This and the Suzy's recognize erotic performance sexual intelligence emotional intelligence there such a thing as sexual intelligence and weapons. No not the kind Komo News. Radion general weapons of mass seduction celebrating the Bonobo way of female empowerment male will be schering. Resources Echoes Sexuality.

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"suzy" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

34:21 min | 1 year ago

"suzy" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Your host I'm Marianne and I would like to welcome strike that goes about two ks to Hawkeye's and as we were coming down onto the strike we saw lights appear and they flicked off it could feel my head long around my Feis had very long hair nice days and the the Roach the lights came on the march started late afternoon sunlight was gone and we were thrown into a state of disarray panic trauma as toward Earth where we were what was happening and we got home ninety minutes later than we had intended out dinner was ruined avenue and flat might have been worrying about us and wondering where we were we had no went to tune that shock away to Mike it turn away and therefore you know rescued people if I can put it that way and win and I could not see any mouth that I had because I appear just as glowing silhouette now as to whether that was not to confront me or frighten me Naar but that's how I remember seeing them in my room and then I would say we're taking you somewhere you got your helping us and Delano would remember no more but the next day very often an out have this dream like memory of doing these kinds of activities and now we'll just say these these pile shadowy figures around me but no real disdain can't features again some kind of protection but I would know what they were thinking at me telepathically Bryant so in my teenage years I didn't really have a lot of memories and and I think that this is largely because they sometimes allow you to me thanks at other times I can close at memory off to protect you in some way also the you can get on with your day to day life because right yes I I didn't have much memories in this as possibly also because it was quite an academic child Not Nigeria and So I was driving my base to to do exams and basic successful at school and I think maybe I was either lived alone own just didn't remember what was happening and then the next really profound one me up is the twenty year old experience option has described on the lonely road and hawks by from there I had to try to assimilate these increasing experiences is because the periods of missing time I had other periods of missing time had a break mission and all kinds of soccer Tov event Sadat headed my childhood but they began to increase and trying to lead a life as a young mother as a young teacher a wife community member belonging to different groups and committees end assimilate all of these things happening Grahn was very very difficult especially in the seventies to nineties in New Zealand where these kinds of subjects were pretty much a nor nor yes people were interested in you if I saw during that time 'cause we had the Car Carolina Afo Flap Naughty landing tre but it was taking two thousand mice people to for people to say that they felt that being taken on board craft or had made entities not of this world sorry that was a time of struggle and a lot of ways but eventually I came to realize through a number of catalyst kind of experiences that The the being said I had had contact was in childhood that are really felt justified in love and I felt they loved me were in fact the same ones contacted me in adulthood so the FIA and a nervousness of having to small children and trying to cut with these I began to dissipate as I realized that they were not here to harm me they were in many ways assisting may and you know I write caught deeply about that in my book because the different ways that I'd been assisted and what I come came to understand I was involved in along with thousands if not millions of others shipments worldwide Bryant and I can understand the sense of loneliness you would have thousand lowest he is not being able to talk to people about your experiences people don't realize hell profound how profoundly these experiences affect to Pusan and to not have to talk about it as Siri Traumatic actually how did you deal with those feelings at least you could suzy ACI while in terms of the experience went off twenty on the lawn food I I was quite fascinated by what happened because as an eight year old child I had seen oh you afford with my family is the bomb by hill south south of Oakland and hundreds of other people throughout the Franklin district and why cash I sort as well it was quoted in the New Zealand Herald so you guys were in my reality if I can put it that way from the idea of having seen one that something that just couldn't be explained and so when this happened when I was twenty August I handled it a great deal Beta on my flat mate he was contest and really shook his worldview and his reality that something had happened to him that he simply could not explain in scientific tunes and it's quite interesting to notice the prices he went through of trying to explain it why as magical things could be similar but just did not fit all es bates of what had happened to us so he completely ignored the fact that it was doc when we when we came to a woke up so to speak he ignored affect and focused on the two lights which in his mind moving fast so must've been helicopter or it was an across with landing lights and I keep saying but what affect dock and would still let time when we got home light and there was the wrong program on TV in the flat. Well how do you explain it. and would simply push ups and storm out of the room and this went on some time with me basically harassing him for two to come showed different conclusion which he was just not capable of doing and eventually he lifts flat because that was the simplest solution for him was to get away from me and my persistent questions and we lost contact after that people handle it differently it depends on your cultural background family background all kinds of things can contribute to how you perceive an experience with you see is a religious revelation or something else right so that's how dealt with it as that my background said this could be a phone right and in fact that is based right so you worked through the mental process it was necessary for you to come to the conclusion and yes and I think this is the why upright as you if I saw anything invasive Guida end of always approached my contact experiences in the same lots what does the evidence sits in front of me how does that match this this logical explanation all that logical explanation of it doesn't match then what else could base so it's a process of elimination you know are on very cautious and very careful about how I look at contact experiences and I have spent years decades going through my experiences and looking it at what was happening at the time and what evidence there is tobacco up Washer I experienced and does a very good example of that happened when I was living in the the side Habat village of almost grow or just taller and had an experience at one Nacho backup nixed I and I remember holding telepathic conversation was groups trey grise in the hallway of harm and I told me I was going with them I remember being chaikin through the glass front door that dog what we just went through it and my experiences abductees report that kind of activity and our recall being floated along the road because I hurry so I wasn't walking are being a levitated above the ground and was being floated and I recall going past later boxers and seeing people's launch that go fishing in coupled with canvas on the front yard exit tra- all of the things that are in the roadway outside my house down the road and are recalled being Fleischer across some shallow water from short road and into a big opening and acrossed and I daren't Romy embraced more a few days lighter my friend in a village rang the concede have you been down to the in debate Trojan Sane what's in the water are made it sorta users he thought maybe you might to visit Jerry because this is one of the very few people are dug experiences toe nine and I see to a what's down there and she said at low tide there were three circles visible An equilateral triangle though rice fears how semi spheres on the floor of the harbor in the mud a lot of the community had been down Nia chipping away at them trying to see if I could right but soft them I didn't know what they were so we're in a perfect triangle though about a maintenance measure and a half wide and which is something had landed and suctioned up the mud and burnt greider dehydrated at so to speak was like concrete and of course beach grove is just down the road from my house it's his Bartram put the end in it's shallow water out of the mud to wear overseas the craft was waiting too tight may on board and that that kind of evidence that you're presented with that makes you think twice unrealized that you'll not completely crazy but there is something happening here and and you really need to look closely at it and not avoid right wow this kind of when did you experience in your book also of well to have physical evidence to match what you knew happen to you you that's actually pretty rea- pretty awesome to have close it validates for you on a human level what you experienced yes that's right what yeah when are we just talking about being on the ship the white car does it triggered memories to me and I remember this really curved white card was the visit really really bright light but it didn't hurt your eyes yes yes not straight the very interesting and a couple of other things you talked about that I have conscious memory of like civic Shas learning to do things your mind to move things in the and with your mind and remain the giving lectures people you're yeah excellent yeah yeah I I don't remember repel but I remember St sitting in front of groups of people and addressing them and probably for me the most profound experience one I had the day before I saw the sufficiently remember it because this to each other she's young she weren't remain NBA nobody tells me what I will end will not remember and so I've never forgotten that raw was between four and six years old and we lived in pumps north of it staged do you remember frosty Jake Casteran we lewd.

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"suzy" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"suzy" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"And Welcome to book in the Shetlands podcast let me be guide as we take a book into the shadowy rooms of the unexplained the paranormal a things that go bump in the night and won't your dreams you too l. podcast thank you so much for joining us tonight today what if a time it is we if you're living in this beautiful wood vows so sit back full millennia men has looked into the Higgins at night and seeing the billions of beautiful stars creating such a spectacularly wonderful side Akins the black velvet couldn't of the Sky thought not only enjoyed by humanity but also utilized for navigating the seas for knowing when to plant seeds to harvest crops or to fish but sir man has simply looked at the millions of planets at Dr not skies in or end wonder we've used not Scott for our purposes such as for astrology or studied them in astronomy we've also wanted to assess and each other are we the only life amongst all the billions and billions ends of planets we see in our night skies we and if we what does that mean for humanity and if we are not also does that mean for humanity how is it even possible that we could begin to imagine that we are the only intelligent amongst all of these planets we are not skies is it absolute arrogance on our part sinking that we only s or arrogant that we cannot imagine another life form and now the species or many many different species that makes us an I must say could be teeming with life this acquistions the humans the vast for thousands and thousands of years but yet I own a different coaches that exist on this planet the meany especially the native coaches such as the originals Australia or many of different agents stories created for whatever reason is it trace in what is it about these stop people I you lane to walk with me into this part of the shadow lands if you the make yourself comfortable get you a cup of tea sit they can lead begin dozens of people each you see unexplained lots in skies day or night they see flying cross unlike anything we are currently knowing of an existing public knowledge not only do some see lots across the cannot be explained away is swamp gas Venus satellites any of the other normally excuses A to ski to even tell another sole about the experiences and understandably so governments have deliberately cultivated a coach of the you and treating people brave enough to speak about the experiences like they have a mental illness or making a joke theme in their experiences or surrounding the subject my guest is one such woman her name is Suzy Henson.

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"suzy" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"More about their product. All right. This week's conversation is with Suzy Whaley, the PGA of America's first female, president prior to being elected president last November. She served for two years as PJ secretary in two years as vice president, and she's also the PJ owner of Suzy Whaley golf in Cromwell Connecticut in the PJ director of instruction at the country club at Mirasol in Palm Beach gardens Florida Susie is recognized as being one of the country's top ball instructors. She's won numerous teaching awards including both digest top fifty instructor LPGA top fifty instructor and it goes on and on. She's got a history of a ward. That have demonstrated command of craft in Susie was also on tour from nineteen ninety to ninety three. And then she famously qualified in participated in the two thousand three Greater Hartford. Open becoming the first woman since babe Zerous in nineteen forty five the qualify for PJ tour in we discuss what that experience was like for her imagine being first woman since nineteen forty five play in the men's tour in the pressure that went into competing on that tour and how she overcame a moment where her nerves as she explained the best of her and how that experience prepared her for her current role as she once again finds herself in a similar situation. Charting new territory blazing a trail in this time as the leader of a massive organization PJ of America and with that the Trump right into this rich converse. Sation with Suzy Suzy. How are you? I'm great. Thank you. So thank you for taking the time for helping understand your path as well. As how you become the first person be a female to steer the PGA. So congratulations on it in again. Thanks for the time. I bet. Thank you. Okay. So I don't know if you're tired of, you know, the thought about, you know, being the first woman in in some respects that seems like a huge honor in in some respects that also captures that is that like is that overrated, you know, we're both humans moment female, and like is are we supposed to celebrate that you're female doing something stored Inari or like tell me your framework on just that gender peace there. For me. It's really an honor. Because it's an association of my peers, and that's to be celebrated, but I've always really strongly felt that I'm a PJ professional and qualified PJ professional and that I earned the right to represent them. So for me, it's never been about gender. But certainly if it gives me a platform to encourage others of a different gender, a different race to different culture to step forward and see themselves in the role than honored to do that. That seems really eloquent. How you put it in? Do you see that your uniqueness in your point of view is that one of the reasons why you're able to capture the attention of your peers to be celebrators the president of the PJ of America in? I can't say for sure that that's part of it. But you know, what I can tell you is that I've along my career had opportunities that that I've gone ahead in taking a leap in doing that were very challenging. And I think many of those led me to this place and helped me earn that kind of respect because my peers recognized the challenge that faced how faced it on. How I brought them along the journey with. And then what? Okay. Can you give me some context of like, what are some of those challenges? What comes to mind when you think about? A particular time that you were met with a challenge in how you worked through. For me. I mean, it goes all the way back to when I was very young. You know, my first challenge was probably when I was about twelve and my parents were members of a club in circus, New York. And then obviously we didn't have computers to sign up for events in. There was a handwritten aboard in the Gulf shop standing there was a junior tournament. And I just love the game in love to compete in all sports. And so I signed myself up on the second line..

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"suzy" Discussed on Tribe of Mentors

Tribe of Mentors

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on Tribe of Mentors

"You can find her online Facebook Suzy Karen that Susie Z Y Twitter, Suzy, musing and Instagram Suzy Amos Cameron. Alright. So some of you who are long-term listeners have no doubt heard multiple guests on to discuss the Keita genyk diet to discuss alternate approaches to food and health. And I thought that this episode be good opportunity to give some airtime to discussion of plant based diets and. And it should also be underscored that there are chapters in the four hour body. Two of them with the legendary alternates athletes got jerk about plant based diets, and even if you disagree with perhaps plant based diets were any of the arguments, you might hear from Suzy and James at suggest listening for at least three reasons. Number one. There's plenty of non plant talk and we jump right into it. With discussion of how they both respond to feeling overwhelmed or distracted. The second is patients in this podcast. I do my best to in a gentle way, sometimes not substantial but often gentle way expose people to different viewpoints different perspectives in the world, which is why I have on very often, for instance, someone who's highly religious like Rabbi Jonathan sacks. And then I will have just upsets later someone like Sam Harris who has PHD neurons. Science and very well known for being an atheist. I might have someone who is far left, and then someone who is far right because I like to focus on some of the commonalities also thought processes, the only way you can understand your argument your position best is to also understand the opposing viewpoints aren't says number two. This is an exercise in patients, especially in these divisive times. I think it is a worthwhile exercise and third. Oh, MD one meal per day that is plant based I would recommend even if you don't plan on converting to fully plant based as a consciousness practice and an exercise, which is something I very often. Do I will I will impose certain constraints on my eating eliminate certain food product. Or I will insist that I eat based on a spectrum of color as a way to make my subconscious or automatic behaviors eating more conscious that I'm more aware of what I am doing. And the decisions I am making. So those are a few of the many reasons I would suggest listening to this. And without further ado, let's just jump right into it with Suzy and James Cameron. Are right? So our first question that we're going to answer besides your own. What is the book or books you've given most as a gift and why or what are one to three books that have greatly influenced your life? Well, we give a lot of books as presence because we're all was evangelizing proselytizing for plant based nutrition, and for the environment and sustainability and things like that Susie every year makes up a a bag a gift bag right on a theme. But usually the theme around sustainability, and they're always some books in there. So we give out a lot of books. Thousands and thousands and thousands of right? So the publisher of the China study, for example, probably notice to uptick in sales about the year that we decided to send all friends the China study and forks over knives. So when we we this I think this happens a lot with plant based eaters that they become kind of born again Christians. They wanna share the good news. Everybody said they become insufferable for the first year. So yes, we were definitely and people would see us coming and they turn around and run the other way. A Waddell the other way. If they follow our advice, run, exactly..

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"suzy" Discussed on Tribe of Mentors

Tribe of Mentors

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on Tribe of Mentors

"You can find her online Facebook Suzy Karen that Susie Z Y Twitter, Suzy, musing and Instagram Suzy Amos Cameron. Alright. So some of you who are long-term listeners have no doubt heard multiple guests on to discuss the key genyk diet to discuss alternate approaches. To food and health. And I thought that this episode good opportunity to give some airtime to discussion of plant based diets. And it should also be underscored that there are chapters in the four hour body. Two of them with the legendary alternate athletes got jerk about plant based diets, and even if you disagree with perhaps plant based diets were any of the arguments, you might hear from Suzy and James at suggest listening for at least three reasons. Number one. There's plenty of non plant talk and we jump right into it. With discussion of of how they both respond to feeling overwhelmed or distracted. The second is patients in this podcast. Do my best to in a gentle way, sometimes not gentle, but often gentle way expose people to different viewpoints different perspectives in the world, which is why I have on. Very often. For instance, someone who's highly religious like Rabbi Jonathan sacks. And then I will have just few upsets later someone like Sam Harris who has PHD and neuroscience and very well known for being an atheist. I might have someone who is far left, and then someone who is far right because I like to focus on some of the commonalities also thought processes, the only way you can understand your argument your position best is to also understand the opposing viewpoints aren't says number two. This is an exercise in patients, especially in these divisive times. I think it is a worthwhile exercise and third. Oh, MD one meal per day that is plant based I would recommend even if you don't plan on converting to fully plant based as a consciousness practice and an exercise, which is something I very often. Do I will I will impose certain constraints on my eating eliminate certain food product. Or I will insist that I eat based on a spectrum of color as a way to make. Make my subconscious or automatic behaviors I eat eating more conscious that I'm more aware of what I am doing and the decisions I am making. So those are a few of the many reasons I would suggest listening to this. And without further ado, let's just jump right into it with Suzy and James Cameron. How has a failure? Or apparent failure set you up for later success? Do you have any favorite failure of yours?.

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"suzy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Suzy I'm ready to go in the system. Debbie with us. Getting your women. Now, I'm Debbie. No information when I come in on my own behind us microphone you on my own feet on my own. They don't they don't tell me a thing. It's so nice to have you back. How are you? And by the way, priests retire at seventy five as far as I know. So. You could become a great. Retire at seventy five. Catholic church. Pope you run you run for. A cardinal. I. To work your way up the ranks. Pope that ran off the babysitter. Work. There are men and women who go into religious life later in life. So. What do you do when you're you're the, you know, you give out communion, you give communion, but you're not a priest? You could do that. And you could be arrested eucharistic. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I did that easy to go win. I wanna go all the way to go right away. You want to be father Joe? Oh. Holy water. Every great allergy. So. You look great on channel seven. I saw you over we Kenny and the guy. Thank you. Thank you. Over there. And we'll go we'll go to break. Now, we have a lot of show. But when you go to would you go you are you in your traffic.

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"suzy" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"And i think there's a lot of wisdom to that so this definitely as a kind of place of trust on an interest in care a and a strength conversation out can take any number of different forms in suzy in my life on it sometimes is taking place around you know again at we met in a fine creativity as one of these guys crossword puzzles stories cher all right so so suzy likes doing crossword puzzles and so she pointed to do crossword puzzle so i said okay i'll do it with you and so the way i do crossword puzzles is i start with the first clue this is one across and i read the clue and if i can write in the answer i do if not i go the second to across and i read that and i do that and when i think i'm thinking silently about what the answer might be this is very different from the way suzy does crosswords i found out and so for suzy why would you go boom boom like why would you go to things that are eased the the things that you might have a clue about and white when you talk it out out loud because it helps you think the other person might chime in something so from my perspective i was like suzy i can't i can't function in this context because i can't think i can't you know what i'm trying to figure out to across at you're working on note 35 so what we found it you know it's not that one is by the other is wrong although probably her way as more right that bind to be honest a but what we found was we had different ways of proceeding now i could try to make her raw rights say suzy you're doing it all wrong she could do the same to me but if we can stop and have a conversation about how we work out our strength the creativity then we can understand that it's not a matter of being right or wrong in this case it's a matter of difference and then also how we can collaborate to use the way she does things creatively in times of benefit us and in other.

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"suzy" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on WGTK

"You run this and will have it'll be happier what would you do of mr mr producer what would you do if you can get a a a a more bowl or graphite kitchen and countertop you went with suzy court gold out graphite grab it thank you graham if granite that crime it there well i got the gra right that shows you how much i'm really and threw it okay so if you like the certain peace and suzy like the different peace who would prevail for the kitchen i'm totally series i don't know the answer who would prevail would it be a continuous a big oshii eishin the continuous negotiation law she would probably prevail sheep i would put your wouldn't bend immediately she would probably prevail but you wouldn't bend immediately i'm sorry how would you compromise its each either this laboratory slebi kenneth to camerota we have to his liking if few if you'd like to be a veto why didn't you go that instead of me should give you know you would sue get along great you should the government stood a me from abc vita like what she likes did you see the picture of it you think it's beautiful she might like shopping with him petr than me i fully acknowledge that they could oil fell tested that's exactly right all right so this is the question on the table folks the effects of a redoing a house remodeling breaking down walls a lot of decisions have to be made right ally made by decision i'll continue we arriving mike of the bible think i bathed my decision as unseating that tapie exodous twit the i hear a wall cup though but.

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"suzy" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on WGTK

"You run this and we'll have it'll be happier what would you do of mr mr producer what would you do if you can get a a a a marble or graphite kitchen and countertop you went with suzy gore doled out graphite granite thank you graham it graham at the kremlin well i got the jewelry right shows you how much i'm really and threw it okay so uh if you like the certain peace and suzy liked the different peace who would prevail for the kitchen i'm totally serious i don't know the answer who would prevail would it be a continuous a big oshii ation the continuous negotiation law she would probably fail sheep but you wouldn't bend immediately she would probably prevail but you wouldn't bend immediately i'm sorry how would you compromise its ecvet this laboratories sled bq kenneth to camera tux a few if you didn't like it there'll be a veto why didn't you go that instead of me should you you know you and so get along great you should have gone instead of me from abc might a liked what she likes did you see the picture of it think it's beautiful she ryderlike shopping with him better than me i fully acknowledge that the good on fantastic that's exactly right all right so this is the question on the table folks the effects of a redoing a house remodeling breaking down walls a lot of decisions has to be made right am i made by decision i'll continue we rubbing my commentary of the bible sure speak here i they buy this is as i'm sitting there might be x this twit the i hear a wall cup though it's too bad i just finished the the ten plagues would have been a perfect through that's what it is sliding of the firstborn darkness nile turns into blood and redoing your house that was the only one god spared pharaoh redoing his house.

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"suzy" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"He was absurdly you'll modified just pick this up we just jr now now now i don't think that i can i like about non i'm dead serious i'm gonna make an announcement he said suzy are going to put just rock your shoulders ball going and i said all right so i walked over in a put my ball down in my hand was shaken like a son of a gun i put the marker i i don't remember at misfit and i hit it six feet by griffin the whole crowd goes who like l and sank right and you're thinking really really got to do that you gotta do those like i didn't see it miss establsih i know is bad only get only forty thousand people wsb and then i worry still my turn right so i look up at him he's got this i miss it right and i'm thinking myself i might actually be here all day is true and i had i when that putt went in the third one i don't think i've ever been happier in my life on and off course i mean i was all smiles i was highfive mbeki and i just made double for seoul double so when i came into the precedent done lineup shen seventy five in reply in an incredible round of golf match for a while the score was on my best friend ever it really was one of my best round golf adler threeputt on the first doublebogey correct and uh i remember the preston i don't remember who asked me maybe it was jeff jacobs he said he knows he added he's gotta ask you.

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"suzy" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"suzy" Discussed on Triangulation

"In so for suzy she's not going out of the park is graded selling it probably her job getting a little easy for her are there larger accounts maybe that suzy can work on could suzy take on a project on the team you know that helps the team you know develop a better better value proposition for their customers given away to customers are using their products is it possible for suzy to take on you know maybe a global brand right so you mentioned you worked for microsoft microsoft's a company that when you sell to microsoft you have to think about them across the entire planet because microsoft as a presence all over the globe could suzy take on a challenge with the leviathan light you know big leviathan like microsoft so the first thing i would do suzy is think about if we have real options for her to continue to grow and learn right i also think most likely suzy's being financially rewarded probably really well because she's not going out of the park as a salesperson by definition that means she's beating or targets and usually sales people have a pretty steep curve as when they're beating targets in terms of their variable compensation so she's probably getting rewarded that way but it might just be the case that suzy needs to find something else right it woods what's unclear in this example is whether suzy really likes being a salesperson and she just wants to be the best salesperson she can be in that case you need to make sure the honor suzy you can take ask suzy to be a teacher you can still ask suzy to be a mentor you can ask suzy to do things on the team to help establish her as a subject matter expert and give her a kind of the respect that i think she deserves for being very high performer.

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