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Health, Happiness, and How to Get It With Tim James

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Health, Happiness, and How to Get It With Tim James

"I'm here with tim james. He is the producer of his own chemical free food products known as the chemical free body at the chemical free body. His inbox is constantly flooded with people singing and dancing about how he has given them a life. they couldn't believe was possible. Historic will have you laughing crying and gasping but most importantly he shares his recipe to a longer happier and healthier life. Tim welcome to the show. Thanks so much for being with us here today. How are you samantha. Doing fantastic. And i am excited to share and i hope the listeners. Get one thing out of this show today that they can go home and implement that will drastically improve their health and their happiness. While i have no doubt about that. So i want to backtrack to where your journey began. Because you've gone through quite a bit of health. Struggles yourself but i also know that there was a dear friend involved in your journey that led you to where you are today. But let's start with you. I grew up on eastern oregon on a cavern. Hey form now so. I was hunting and fishing. a lot. I play baseball too high level ben by age. Thirty seven Forty pounds overweight and my elbows were cracking and bleeding. Exa emma i left. Knee was cracking leading with x. Amount had acid reflux really bad. I had another skinny on my back. it was embarrassing to take my shirt off and then i had Finally had an organ removed on vacation. And that's when. I learned that my poor health doesn't affect just me and then i was actually bleeding readily we talked earlier about. I have this t shirt on says love when you poop. Because when i go to the bathroom number two it was a very painful experience hauled by blood and this went on for two and a half years

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Unequal Temperament

02:40 min | 8 months ago

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"It. I had the pleasure of looking through a lot of your photos. It seemed like you got to do a lot of wonderful role in seattle. I did seventeen rolls in fourteen years now. Well was there any experience you had in your training that you particularly love Gave you strength in your career. When i was sixteen years old was doing was my last. Soprano rule rues the second time which was a shepherd moran tosca night. I can't think this is just. And i did and the letter i mean the toss ker was somebody saying small roles at the met and anyway so i you know i would. I would talk to anybody about being a singer. So i went to her and i said so. What do you think i should do. You know i mean i just. I was pushy. And she said why. I think that it was margaret. Or shall i said. Who's that. And so i said she told me i said okay. Fine and then That later that year they did with Mugged oliveira on all these wild italians and the first handmaiden was girl. What a beautiful voice. Mary's dribbling. And so i went up to her one day and i said we reverted you study. She said why studied at indiana university with argon. Harsh on. I said everybody has to do that. She said well i to tell you. She's really great. Teacher said not the nicest person all the time but a really great teacher. And i said okay and so i went. I didn't want to go to university after i graduated from here. I said i'll go to curtis curtis. And so i met her. I auditioned for curtis. i got in in. what way She she was very god. You put it. She knew what she wanted and she she would tell you what to do. And if you didn't do it she would get very upset because she knew that if you could you could do it and With me we never had any problem..

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Unequal Temperament

04:58 min | 8 months ago

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"Say you know. What did you think when you heard that about. And you know and i sit there long enough until the person actually said it. You know whenever a black person at our company. And i know people's time i mean it wasn't just a fact of life at the time. Did it not hurt you or did it. Did it wound you to hear that it hurt and you know. My mother brought me up in such a way and brought my sister's up in our whole family Not to listen to that because you were better than that. And i said okay fine so i don't go to that company i go to another company and luckily for me i had was a summer festival and i auditioned for santa fe and they took me and they were they were the real beginners might american career like that. Good parenting go. There goes a long way. You must be so thankful for that. Yeah no i know my mother. I mean because i when i was a child. I remember going to the president hotel here in kansas city to sing for some women's convention or something and they wouldn't let me in through the front door really. Yeah it was probably about twelve years old mitch. Because i know you. I don't know i've never heard these things. It's amazing my mother just said well if he doesn't go through the front door is not singing and so she said this is the woman's name go finders. Should be the ballroom and this woman went down up the bellhop or whatever it was doormen he went up and he founder brought her down. She said he comes to the front door. But that was more than that was not the remorse of other occasions of that nature. And get you. veered yeah. I love this about leeann teen to kind of feel like. You're this way a little bit as well. That leontyne never talks about her her racial injustice in her life it it as if it says if she had a destiny she made a place for herself. She assumed there would be a place where for herself Took it so God i don't know if it hurts me to hear that really vinson move the time if all it hurts at the time a little bit and then i but then i was sending my mother and mrs caney used to play for me all the time and and she was she was very upset she said oh my god this in my mother another just stood there very regal all five leader and just said nope we come through the store or no door as longer mom. Bye love your mom. She was great..

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Unequal Temperament

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"So i'm just relieved to have that and if you see something happening with me it means my microchip is going haywire inside of me so oft call nine one one. If you see something weird other things that have been going through my mind. I was walking my dog this morning. Was he too odd. Cast called Coats worry about code switching actually and it was just talking about minorities. Distrust of the of the medical system was taking us back the tuskegee experiments on syphilis which were as recent as nineteen thirty two and didn't imple- nineteen seventy two or something. It was very very late that they have all these people with syphilis in sick with syphilis and didn't treat them didn't tell them outta I've seen a japanese term macaques indian forty schools. All these things that have been done onto minorities. Because i really one thing that i think a lot about is trans generational historical trauma. And if you don't know what that is. I mean we all received personality traits from our parents or grandparents or great grandparents. They're handed down. We can all see similarities with that. Will also happens. Is that when you come. From a press people you can inherit their characteristics of protection of maybe hiding or resistance in. There are a lot of reading that. There's a large portion of black people who do not trust the vaccine. And when you hear about things like the tuskegee experiment you can understand why. There's a great distrust there. But i hope one day that we can all come together with this. I'm such a big fan right now. Audrey lord poet and listen. I'm no intellect. But i keep palmer to up occasionally that inspire me and one of them is audrey lord talking about this skull a litany for survival wanna read ending of it. Because i have the same front of me every morning as i do my emails late and it's lucky about how this last part upper we have food we were. We may never eat again when we are loved we were afraid level vanish..

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Unequal Temperament

03:37 min | 9 months ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"A beautiful quality house and the that many schubert albums with fourteen piano that i've seen true. It's true is a distinction of emily. Others air is one more question for us. It appears that people are speaking to you in your ear sometimes in the video in the social What did you call it. So you call it a social experiment that's what of was thank you Do you remember any of the kinds of things they said to you in that video specifically just in general. Well i remember this one lady. This one lady will never leave me. And this isn't like a great source all due to stories really quick. Because i know we're probably running out of time but one lady took my hand and i i'm pretty sure she was an older lady. This was in chicago and took my hand and she just wants to. She said. I just wanna to let you know that whether you stay or are forced to leave this country. That's god's will and you have to put your faith in god and know that god will take care of you no matter what is in store for you on this planet and i was like go of hand. I don't like this when the on site. What's i if you'd like zeus. I don't know which the his thunderbolts down for. Mount olympus me So that was one thing. But i i remember. There's actually one woman in the video as it turns out a friend of mine knew her and years later when i met friend of mine who then learned about the video she said. Oh my god. This girl is one of my best friends and she was there and i remember her saying. I've been watching you for two hours. And i'm so moved by what you're doing and thank you so i remember. I remember that unbeknownst to me that people actually watched me for a very long time which was cool and strange all at once. I guess moving go. It's one of those things about being performing artists. It's you know. Sometimes you can see your impact but a lot of times you just don't know what effect of what you've done is and it's really wonderful Comes back to you well. And that's the thing that i've always said about what we do like the thing. That's super important to me. Is that i believe very strongly in the butterfly effect and this this idea that like the butterfly flaps that swings and thousands of miles away the storm starts and. I think that we do that with our like. Somebody's having a bad day. They come to the concert hall. We don't know how their lives than change after that but maybe they go by the music or maybe they just feel better and that just puts this good stuff in motion into the world. I'm super into that idea in art making or you're absolutely right. I mean people. Don't think about that enough but you know action causes change and what causes at in ideas. Ideas can come from art so depending on who. You're singing to who you're talking to. On a certain day you can change their entire that higher trajectory of their lives..

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Unequal Temperament

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Script a little bit and have them see something from a different point of view and have it not be about. You know. I hear. I hear this term. What about ism a lot these days and so have it not be that have them. Just see me as a person asking to have a connection with this other person and can you connect with me in that way and if it could just reach one person i mean i felt i feel like while i did it on the street i was reaching a lot of people and and they were really reaching me too as a very emotional thing for me and But with the video. I just felt like if there could be one or two people that could like just sorta see things a little bit differently. I feel like we would have done something really great and then it went viral and upwards nation. What an african nation all. You do speak truth. Yeah in the theme of the night. Know it's the lesson you take from. It is that there are definitely more good people in this world than bob. There are some people who still engage with me in a way. That wasn't becoming of them. When i screamed at me. One person really got aggressive to a point where i started to feel pretty unsafe and and i have people watching me in every place a so that i knew that i was safe by there was there. Were some heated things. Like if you don't like it here you can go back to where you came from and all that stuff and some really nasty stuff can come out of people's now's when they feel i can't quite make sense of what they feel that they feel like this country is being taken away from them with Ado diversity Word is yes that is exactly it but they haven't recognized that yet yami make him wear ray again. I mean what is that great for them was before when things were not so great for so many of us in so many of our animals the race recognizing the foundation of this country is your ritual. Yeah really were you scared. I.

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Unequal Temperament

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Him to correct you. I won the grammy for my first cd songs of orpheus. You've mentioned where on this stars can hear us which is my second cd which came out this year or last year but yes so i just wanted to correct you there. So that we're dealing sorin mentioned kareem. I know i would. I would urge your audience to check out. Both cds and i will keep urging them to do that before we go any further. One thing that we're doing on unequal temperament and i urge all the viewers to start doing this as well start looking into this. We're doing land acknowledgements and if you don't know the original inhabitants a Habitants of your land get the native land out it's free and you turn on notifications and it will tell you the tribes that were originally there wherever you stand in the united states so i would like to acknowledge that i am in rochester. New york on the unseeded territories of the hooda showed a confederacy. I would like to give them. Thanks for allowing us to be here and to live our lives while acknowledging. There's kareem where are you. I am in chicago illinois on the land of the pot academy kickapoo miami and peoria nations and i too would like to thank them and honor them for taking care of this place. That i've called. I grew up here. I moved away for a long time. But i'm calling from again. And they gave my parents. This place to take refuge from the war in lebanon so i have to thank them for that as well and i'm so thrilled that there's some kind of acknowledgement happening however little. It is with with native americans. Because what does it turns american history upside down from the way we've been taught and i think there's a long road people accepting this sort of built how we were founded but you cannot heal until you go through these these sort of Wounds and really look at them and see how to treat them best so in addition to the land acknowledgement on cheers to new administration. Kareem jars..

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Unequal Temperament

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

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"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

Unequal Temperament

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Because i felt like the community in which i grew up in with so diverse that i didn't know it's like me asking somebody else. When did you know that you were none. African american or you know and i really didn't feel that until you know someone and they didn't know i'm kids can kids can be like totally ruthless. You know but like all of us like someone's like and makes like we like that standard. I gesture that personifies. What they think is an asian person you know. And then that's when i thought. Why would you do that. You know and he was. I was gonna tell you you know i did. I'm not supposed to mention what company it was. But i did my dna tests and all that stuff can show you this to consider all. I don't know if you know. All native americans have these cards. This is my cd ib card. It lists might percentage of indian blood as four fourths on so we have these. I have my tribal ide- here because we're the only ethnicity actually has government numbers and we're the only ethnicity that the government defines so we have federally recognized tribes an unrecognized tribes in the government does not consider you indian unless you have a role number and they can trace you so so anyway so according to the government. I'm one hundred percent. I look at this according to my dna. I am five point. Three percent northern asian three point nine percent manchurian mongolian. Wow there is a group here as well. Broadly east asian and native american. This one group and that's thirteen point five percent for me. I'm and Eighty three point nine percent percentile of native in asian blood. And they've also identify me with the tribe from outside of siberia so it just speaks to the land bridge then on we were talking earlier about the the mongolian birth more. Can you tell more lovely listeners. About that show us..

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Unequal Temperament

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Until the until sorta scientology stuff will happen. She was the look she was probably the most. Famous publicist hollywood. So he was at. He was christopher's wedding. We have we have tom. Cruise's china by scientology people. Listening to us could be alwaleed. Okay next question Okay i know okay so your fruits toronto and you went to school at the university of michigan for both undergrad. And your masters right. What were your dreams as an undergrad music. Because i find that going into this weird opera field. These are not with what we do. These are not things that people necessarily aspire to from a young age or digits. He now no. I didn't i mean i sat there and i think like any good asian. We as you know tam..

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Unequal Temperament

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"All my jobs have been needs a call. I guess it would be helping out at the local museum in secrecy. Will there soon so proper. Ller like knitting. No i was a teenager. I had a paper route. That was before then got mine personally. Not missile job in high school senior year. I worked in a movie theater privately on movie theater. It was all high school students at ran at the marquee. We did the concessions to tickets. Were put together the films on weekends at midnight on one side. They played walk ehore picture so on the other side they played form and we put all those together running projectors everything and this result it all worked. Pat explains a movie in a movie who play you. oh I've heard marisa tomei but she's not indigenous as far as i know so I don't know red face right. Play me how late this adam beach thank you. You know because for so long for decades lou. Diamond phillips played anybody who was brown. I'm lately i'm gonna have the movie. I would be honored to have adam clammy or brad pitt. Either way. we'll sit any i. I think we're getting towards the end of this. Do you have any projects coming up that you'd like us to know about ya. I have been offered an amazing position of dramaturge. By calgary opera. The offer came through brumwell. Toby i get to create to help the creation of new work operatic work and i got to choose his team and with my team. We get to choose the subjects. It's completely indigenous. Run and organized in calgary operas just offered us the space to make this happen and i. I was such an honor to call and write my friends to say. Hey do you wanna do this with me. And i'm so thank you brummel. Toby and heather kitchen. For the amazing idea and the awesome opportunity i have some cool online recitals stuff happening at the cfc opera redoing recital or recording it in february. So it'll be release after that but will be I wanted to tell you that when because we will be airing a piece for the very first time by an coupon and ian is has set opponent called fire by joy. Harjo cutty an awesome mateen mezzo. And i'm be seeing this amazing thing with our friend gordon too hard on the keyboard on piano. Mckee ch yes. He's a wonderful writer of of music. And n n is one of the composers. That i've invited to create this piece zarema church so I hope or up soon. So i can come see these things from toronto and your website is what marian newman dot com. That's great well. Thank you for being here today with me. It's so thrilling to see you..

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Unequal Temperament

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Highway of tears which is which is in british columbia is known as the highway of tears because so many of these murders abductions happened there But there's a car crash where this this white girl named eva is in the ditch and the authorities common rescue her and as she's being rescued she sees a native girl the ditch who has not rescued and they sort of have Dual stories happening and there with each other quite a bit throughout the opera. And it's painful from the start. I mean just to see the native not being rescued not being cared about. And i'm very curious. I think we talked about this once. Why does the white girl have a name and the native girl does not have an I think it was In in the demand of the story really was to I mean. I could absolutely written at so many different ways. But part of the challenge for me Because it represents what we're dealing with in society but also Moving into opera which is predominantly a non-indigenous audience. I really wanted to Have them follow a non-indigenous main character. And somehow have them see that all of us whether where indigenous or not or white or not what we want for our beautiful children is to for them to be safe for them to be loved in for them to Have a life that we dream for them. And so the only way. I could figure out how to do. That was to Kind of start with a non-indigenous character named eva. You know who was on the right path to be a lawyer and had this kind of privilege that she had always worn and to also kind of pair that with an indigenous young girl who dreamed of all those things And yet she. Her life was stopped short and so the only way she an income to have you know like to experience. Your dreams was to Her spirit kind of ended up inside this young non-indigenous girl and we see the eva change Because he's implements by This indigenous spirit in a good way and we also see this indigenous girl liberal life that she never can have because racism and because of a predator that killed her down. So we're we're looking at you know what's our what's our reflection as audiences and how. How do we put a human face. on these beautiful young women that were taken way too soon and i think the only way we can do that is understand that that you know you love your child the same way that i love mine. You know horrible. Brilliant and it was horrible an. It can't tell you we had somebody rehearsals. We did the premier in seventeen and weeded tour last year with so many rehearsals where we basically had to have crying breaks because we it. It's very difficult to rehearse that day in day out when you are so closely connected with those people who have gone missing and you know they could have been any one of you or your relatives. That had gone missing without notice and alma. God you know you have to learn to take a step back in order to tell the story but last fall we did tour. We were in victoria. We were in regina which americans love And then free to prince. George and prince george's the end of the highway of tears and god. It was startling being there..

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Unequal Temperament

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Believe it or not. I was similar shy except blunt. So i wouldn't talk and then i would come out with something extremely blunt that would shock people and i've said that hasn't changed a whole lot at this point But a really quick question. And i know these questions can get boring sometimes. But i'm very curious because you know i have my my own processes of conductor as a pianist and looking at scores. I have a very specific way about how i begin them whole system that allows me to really formerly learn about the score. And of course. I got these from other people. I didn't create them myself. But do you have a technique for writing like do start with structure. I have this quote of yours. Maybe it's true. Maybe it's not. I'm attracted to storytellers. Who are able to tell a story in a different way in a structure. That unsettles you. So i'm wondering. Do you begin with structure or where do you begin. I don't think i do. I mean i think the Because i never went formerly to university. Or i didn't really study of writing or even or even film In any formal way. I did find mentors that i latched onto and people that i admired. I i trained with Both as an actor in as a writer But i think mostly it's it some. I think this great freedom and not you know there's a discipline that you learn about your own practice That comes from how you see the world and how you hear the world. So i think that's a little bit different. If you had gone to university and gone to more structured where there's you know yes i do know the three i play as i do know you know i read. I'm you know. I'm i consume everything that i can on on structure on story because i'm forever interested and intrigued by it. What works doesn't what can work for me What was successful. All those things just hungry for story at all times but i think mostly what happens is just that i'm intrigued. I'm curious about what it is you know..

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Unequal Temperament

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Think probably part of their spirit but also Their intelligence and it just kind of moves out of their body in this magical way like it's forever crazy making for me. When i when i watched watched them saying i you know. Maybe i'm just such a nubia. But i i just love it i i find it just such race. You know like. It's just witnessing grace. And so i think that's part of it. Is that you that you can see. The art live in the body then in kind of lifted up and it reaches an audience. I don't know it's too crazy for my love it so much it's slough. I've never heard of describe that where i think i'm a little bit too close sometimes but were you at all surprised by the operatic process. The rehearsal process. Yeah i mean. I've worked in theatre you know For a long time so you know there's some you know major similarities to it but also they're such a distinct different senate and i think that's that was really interesting to be a part of In to really understand what those differences might be and how opera singer is what their processes and how they are inhabited character how they inhabit the technical demands of the the music and the job. So i think there was all things that you know are are really fascinating as far as process and what is similar in what is extremely different than theater Well we had a really good group too because a lot of people simply focus on sound. But i mean these guys were really really invested in in the whole piece. So as missing goes forward and this is always. I don't know there's there's a true answer to all of this because we're having to deal with this inoperable a lot about racial casting. And how do we. How do we like how cast madam butterfly porgy and bess has its score is supposed to only black people missing a half indigenous cast and it's so strange and i just admit this flat out. This is unfair. When it's when it's other ethnicities on other groups. I'm a little more open on mike. Maybe we could you. I know i to a lot of people on they. Maybe we could go one way or another when it comes to my own group song very very protective and therefore i have to sort of honor other groups by thinking they must feel similarly so i guess the question is does it always have to be indigenous singers because there are so few of them. Yeah absolutely and i. I think it's a lie that there are so few I i think it's not a lie. But i think it's more challenging absolutely but i think what happens when you actually get to different You actually have the people that are supposed to be singing singing. It's almost like you like without even thinking You elevated the art form and the impact in one second. Anytime you have a person on stage you've elevated.

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Unequal Temperament

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Isn't it to say. Oh they're just missing gosh in tape. And they're being murdered murdered. So we've been you know. There's a lot of activists in canada that have been you know working with all their hearts to to make people aware turn this around and make Create change and i think as artists that's one of our jobs also is to join their voices Whether it be lawyers that are doing this or straight out octopus or women's groups or mans that that we bring attention to it So you know obviously missing was a call to do that. through These extrordinary voices. You know exactly what you're saying you know. Some of our. Our leading singers and artists were able to embody this in being their voice to it and how profound was to see them on stage and and be at the top of their craft. Be at the top of their power To say you know this is enough. You know where where we need this to change now. Absolutely dumb. I have to point out the the there was a a good percentage of this opera. I mean we talk about bilingual operas. This was in english and gets on and and I heard part of the do i. When when the native girl an eva were singing the duet mirroring each other's words and gets on an english. It stopped the entire room. It was so beautiful and it was always a part of the plan. Not a i think the basically with round on being able to access An all in all ways the language of the character so that we could say well. This is what she this was from. This was This was a language original language and so that became very important. I think language is important to to bring into the conversation in into dialogue. But i think as you can see from that duet it really lifted it up into a new A higher place because we're looking at You know a non-indigenous woman and we're looking at an indigenous woman and and they can finally see each other. Despite the fact they don't speak the same language despite the fact that their skin might be different. Despite the fact that they're you know the privilege might be different that they can still see each other. And i think that's partly what i was trying to get to a as a writer to be able to say we have to be able to see each other so that we can see change the n..

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Unequal Temperament

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"And i recognize somebody that I just recognize somebody. And i think i always remember those that moment because i was so scared to go up to him but i was so fascinated by his every move. You know While were you a shy girl. Yeah i was really quiet and really shy as you know the same way. I am now believe it or not. I was similar. I was shy except blunt. So i wouldn't talk and then i would come out with something extremely blunt that would shock people and i've said that hasn't changed a whole lot at this point But a really quick question. And i know these questions can get boring sometimes. But i'm very curious because you know i have my my own processes of conductor as a pianist and looking at scores. I have a very specific way about how i begin them whole system. That allows me to really forcefully. Learn about the score. And of course i got these from other people. I didn't create them myself. But do you have a technique for writing like do you start with structure. I have this quote of yours. Maybe it's true. Maybe it's not. I'm attracted to storytellers. Who are able to tell a story in a different way in a structure. That unsettles you. So i'm wondering. Do you begin with structure or where do you begin. I don't think i do. I mean i think the Because i never went formerly to university. Or i didn't really study of writing or even or even film In any formal way. I did find mentors that i latched onto and people that i admired. I i trained with Both as an actor in as a writer But i think mostly it's it some. I think this great freedom and not you know there's a discipline that you learn about your own practice That comes from how you see the world and how you hear the world. So i think that's a little bit different..

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05:35 min | 1 year ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"So there is there's a whole There's will music and dances represent That kind of there was the j. Obviously whether it be irish or scottish and then it was matched to providence nation. And so some of those old standards that might have been scottish or irish became irish or not all the same became denny irish. You know so. They had the influences of both cultures but I think they embrace the men and there are a lot of people that do jig They're a lot of people that play violin Lot of indigenous people that melt both cultures into kind of this hybrid. That is pretty cool actually. Very I think just very interesting because it's a fusion and That's just the way it is. Do you absolutely yeah. I was just dancing. The medicine man today with my dog. So that's the extent of my digging. But i don't know it was a lotta fun. I love what you said earlier about. What assimilation versus annihilation. Because here truly one of our presidents. andrew jackson wanted to annihilate us and just completely end us entirely. And it's wonderful that we get to see him on the twenty dollar bill every time we use it. I'm being sarcastic of course but there are so many things that that are being dealt with so late here. I mean if you think about the fact that in twenty twenty we had a team called the redskins in our nation's capital and i often say to people. How would you feel about the buffalo black skins the chattanooga chinese the new jersey. Jews people are horrified. When i say that but we are so desensitized to native issues that nobody bats an eye with with the redskins and mascots are still a big issue here and i hope we make a lot more progress with all of that. I have a few questions for you. They're sort of a little bit mixed together right down my mind. Because here's a weird thing. And i just kind of clarified for this myself in the last year. When i was growing up there was there were no indigenous people on tv apart from westerns and the lone ranger. And i always say the one positive role model. I had was watching the super friends and saturday morning and occasionally there would be a guest superhero named apache chief and he would come out and a loincloth and utter some fake apache. Words have become a giant. So.

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"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

Unequal Temperament

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"tim welcome" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"All imperfect. We've all made mistakes. We've all offended people. We've all used bias in our decisions in our friendships and in our humor but like it or not. We are evolving species so much of our lives reflected by how comfortable we are being part of that evolution slash revolution. They can't stop it. One of my lifelong conversation traits is that i tend to take conversations to unusual places for me. It seems normal. It always has for others. It's sometimes shocking or so. I've been told but it's always interesting and fun. So madonna for being here. And i hope you enjoy the show with us. My first guest is one of my favorite people in the galaxy and her name. Is marie clements and she is a den. They may not a lot. I don't know if i can get all this riot. Playwright filmmaker actor director producer lyricist librettist and she lives on gagliano. Island british columbia. She's worked as a radio announcer and is still a contributor to cbc radio and has written at least fifteen plays her bio is always changing because she is truly prolific. So i don't know how accurate i am with this. Some of these include urban tattoo the unnatural and accidental woman. The edward curtis project tombs of the vanishing indian. The road forward which. I love red snow which is a current project. She's a playwright in residence at the national theatre school of canada the backup center for the arts and the national arts center. She has her own film company. Her own production company and has won far. Too many awards. Dimension in one podcast. So i hope you will join me. In welcoming marie clements welcome marie heidegger town. Before we go. Any further your. There's something that that. I witnessed in canada that we were not doing here in the united states. And it's just starting to happen. So i would like to do a land acknowledgement. I'm in rochester new york which is the original territory of the hood ashanti confederacy and i would like to thank them for allowing us to be here..

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How To Align Your Customer Experience

eCommerce Fastlane - Shopify - Shopify Plus - E-Commerce - Ecommerce Business

05:45 min | 1 year ago

How To Align Your Customer Experience

"Now my guest and says, episode is Tim Ashe who is an acknowledged authority on evolutionary psychology and digital marketing. He's a sought after international keynote speaker and the best selling author of two books I one landing page optimization, and more. Recently unleash your primal brain actually just listened to recently on audible. Fantastic. We're going to dig into that one for sure Tim has been mentioned by Forbes as a top ten online marketing expert and by Entrepreneur magazine as an online market influence to watch. For nineteen years he was a CO founder and the CEO of site tuners, tuners dot, com and their digital marketing and optimization agency. Tim has helped create over one point, two, billion dollars in value for some amazing companies that I know. We all know Google expedia harmony facebook and American Express and cannon and Nestle there's massive list year semantic new to it and humanity Siemens anyways in countless direct to consumer brands. So exciting to have Tim today busy schedule. But please join me conversation with Tim Today. So. Tim Welcome ECOMMERCE battling. A Ha-. Very. Happy Veer Steve. So you've had quite an eventful career I might add keynote speaking around the world are writing bestselling books year you run international conferences, I guess pre cove in our doing some virtual events. So tell me a little bit about best can your entrepreneurial journey so far? Sure. Well, I've worked in a variety of high tech companies when I started university at UC San Diego my undergraduate majors were in computer engineering and cognitive science, and then I stayed there for graduate school and what would neural networks or what would now be called deep learning or machine learning or A. And this was early days We didn't have the big data sets that we do now with the Internet. So I switched Internet marketing and started my first marketing agency back in the early DOT com days and Never, let go of the Tiger's tail and twenty five years. Later I decided you know running an agency wasn't my highest and best use on the planet. So I decided to focus on what I really enjoy, which is the thought leadership in the form of as you mentioned, keynote speaking and writing my latest book and spreading knowledge out to people as opposed to working on client accounts. Right? and. So I did mention a little tiny bit of top of the show but you know you've worked with a lot of some really great ecommerce brands some of the largest brands I might add like what are some mistakes that you see kind of consistently some of these e commerce brands are making today will if we restrict people have different definitions of ECOMMERCE, I, just WanNa start there for some ecommerce anywhere. Any website that has as A. Checkout anything where you sell items directly and for others, it's more restrictive and I'd say it's a e commerce catalog and that's I think a more standard definition. If you also use a lots of different items, you have a homepage category pages, search results, pages, and product, and so on. It's not a website where there are two or three things for sale in those early incidental. Would I don't know is that a fair definition or how would you agree with that? Totally would agree with that yes. So In the case of large catalogs, I'd say the common mistakes that we I've seen in my careers one gratuitous use of motion and wasted real estate on the homepage in the form of giant sliders everybody seems to have those Sh. Yeah. That's a big known my book I talk about I have a whole e-commerce best practices section in my landing page optimization book and I devoted a page to why sliders. An evil that should be immediately removed from your site. While you know what part of it I think to is that it doesn't position the brand well, enough I think with having like motion and I think when people have a lot of different slogans, tag lines or kind of looks and things going out other different sections on the site they think they're trying to blast all of their bullets out on this highly sought after a piece of real estate versus maybe having a proper positioning statement or something. One thing that's very important. That's key to why someone should click. Through or why someone shown up on this particular website having one message and one brand image and go further than that I, would say that I'll numerate the reasons why you shouldn't have a slider on your homepage. The one that you mentioned is by far the most important our brains from an evolutionary perspective are designed to notice things moving in are visual field. It kind of has survival value. If you know what I mean here is coming to eat me I need to know what direction and how big is right So. they're they're an interrupt, their the nuclear option in the face of motion graphics won't get looked at and even in the face of graphics, text won't get read. So anything that's graphics or text on your site can't possibly compete with that atomic bomb of a slider on your homepage. And and another reason that really bad is because it's trying to pretend you have more real estate than you really do. So everybody wants a piece of the homepage and lurk. We can add another frame tour slider. Well Great. Thanks. So now have to sit through a longer commercial nobody likes to do that on broadcast TV. There's certainly don't have the attention span to sit through five three seconds sliders to make sure they saw every frame of the crap you're trying to throw them on your home page You don't really an editorial problem. You can't decide what's important. So you're trying to cram it all in there and make everybody happy except your site visitors that are trying to give you money,

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A Shop Divided: Union Members Split Over Biden And Trump

Here & Now

04:59 min | 1 year ago

A Shop Divided: Union Members Split Over Biden And Trump

"It's here and now Democratic nominee Joe Biden and met with the president of the United Steelworkers yesterday on a whistle stop tour through Pennsylvania and Ohio. Biden is trying to win back union working class voters in the Midwest that helped President Trump win the election in 2016. The president is making the pitch that he's saved American manufacturing, But there are 66,000 fewer manufacturing jobs in Michigan, compared to July 2019 and 48,000 fewer in Ohio. Let's check in with a few union voters. Now Tim Petrovsky is the president of the United Steelworkers. Local 1900, South Lyon, Michigan. Tim. Welcome here now. Thank you. Thanks for having me Joe Biden, clearly making an effort to reach unions and working class voters in this campaign. But do you think he has a chance to get back some of that support that Democrats lost four years ago? I think he has the opportunity. I think it's a tough climb, but I do believe it can happen. Early on 2016 the manufacturing here in Michigan Steel business. It took a pretty good boom. A lot of that was already building but you know, the credit was given that way. You know, one of the things now, obviously, with the mishandling of the Corona virus and everything, a lot of our shops were shut down. The steel is not what it was promised to be the opportunity to speak with Vice President Biden two weeks ago when he was in doing his tour of Detroit, he met with four of us US W workers in one of the things we talked about was the ways to bring manufacturing jobs back to Michigan, he seemed he had a good plan to bring back good paying union jobs, not just jobs. Like it. Our mill we sell Yusa made pipe in our steals bought here in America, and one of the things he promised was to spend government money on products made in America. Right, so if they're going to use steel, they're going to use our steel. But, you know, I remember one of the very early executive orders that President Trump issued was promised to do just that to use US steel in pipelines, for instance, and he's made a big show of supporting the steel industry. Over the years, President Trump has he's slapped tariffs on Chinese steel. He's blamed People like Joe Biden for supporting trade deals like NAFTA. That he says is outsourced American jobs. I mean, what do you make of the argument that President Trump has been good for the American steel industry? Listen, I'm not goingto sit here and say that I don't believe in the beginning that it It was good. You know, it's a released it appeared that way. You know 16 17 even on into 18. The steel was good. I mean, our shop definitely was on optics. We hired 100 people. So we went from 140 ish people, The 2 50. But here we are 2020 in October now And we're down over 100 people. We actually have less people working than we did during that that rise where we're seeing that union leaders are likely to stick with Democrats this election. Just like they did in 2016, But with the rank and file, Tim, what about that? What? You're hearing from the rank and file your coworkers. The guys you work next to Now that's where it's. It's different. Obviously, the higher ups at the U. S W A W Things like that They support Democratic candidates. But there's a lot of people in our shop 20 years ago, this place would have been 95% Democrats. And now it's really split that I'd probably have to say something like 60 40 Republican over Democrat now, So on a lot of that is because of the up flux we had over the last couple of years. They gave that credit there. But now that you know, we're not working as much with the Corona virus or whatever reason. You know they're not willing to associate the blame as well. Right? So it's a really It's a shop divided anymore with the rank and file. I'm curious when you got to work yesterday were people talking about Tuesday's presidential debate. What? What did you hear from folks? Oh, man, it's ah, you know, as the union president at our shop, knowing that our shop is divided I try to avoid the politics conversation honestly at work, but no, it was. It was the big talk. I mean, that that debate was it was something right. I mean, it was Ah. I think it It was not good on believe not good on both sides here at work, even though Trump supporters were not happy with the way he handled himself. And the Biden supporters here were not happy with the lack of message. So, yeah, I mean, it's it's really divided. Tim Petrosky, president of the United Steelworkers, Local 1900 in south Lie in Michigan. Tim, Thanks for taking time out of your day to speak with us. No problem.

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Creating shareable content for your business.

Duct Tape Marketing

08:17 min | 2 years ago

Creating shareable content for your business.

"My guest today is Tim Staples he is the CEO of share ability and the CO author of the book. We're going to talk about today. Break through the annoys the nine rules to capture global attention. So Tim Welcome to show. I'm awesome you know. I guess the first thing. We'll definers What are you calling noise that we need to break through? This is the way I think about this book. Is that you know thirty years ago when you look at communicating a message most of the Megaphones of society. We're owned by big corporations so movie studios studios or television networks radio stations so if you wanted to become famous as an individual or if you wanted to get a message out as a brand it it was really difficult or really And so as a top of all of the Internet happened everything changed and and we effectively now have the smartphone. Basically have a movie studio in our pocket rights now everybody can break everybody broadcast to the world and so we live in kind. His aides were like trying to get youtube famous. People are broadcasting to their mother's basement but what it means is it two thousand nineteen. The good news is that everybody has a megaphone. The bad news is that everybody has a vagabond and shouting into all day long every day to the point that most people itunes to almost all of it out as talk about break aways. It's like how you crashed through the millions of messages commercials in people trying to come all his long. And actually get your your message heard in out in the audience and I think sometimes people here that like breaking through and crashing through and and all that means is like turn up the volume. Do something more viral you know. Forget about the fact that it has any value of the brand. You've just gotTa get noticed. I mean I'm I'm wondering wondering if we're coming over that too. Yeah we are. Yeah I always talk about yet rally in for you know. We've we've done a lot of big viral hits so that we can ask the Lasco make things viral which is a tough thing to be asked repeatedly but but I think we've kind of moved moved out of the age of reality in terms that we've moved into what I think is the age of share ability and that's about how sharable and and and specifically how are you worthy of a share yen and is there a formula for that I mean. Can you look look at something and say well. We've got to build this and then it's got to do this and then sky do that and that'll make people shared. I mean this is it that simple or is it the thing that we are talking about with a simple statement which is at nobody cares. Phases mindset of the default position. Where you're doing something you don't see the international air- right and and so I think basketball ball? My said is that okay. Now how do I actually create something that people are GonNa care about other things and concepts Insisted with a lot I take it you talk about but but the first one is simple. It's focused on value right. Like how do I think about okay. I WANNA reach this particular audience instead of focusing folksinger me in trying to protect it after. Then how do I think about it what they want and finding unique way to give it to them right which is a really simple concept but I think what most people miss is like. What is the audience wants? And how do I put that in my own unique voice that will be valuable. I I think a lot of the challenges because we're wired to think. How do I get them to buy our get him to like share and sometimes that runs counter to what it would be valuable to them he added? We do a lot with with a brass in her so hard wire. Yeah to sell sell sell purse like I feel like the last thirty years. Is that glad. Advertising approach programs in early beat fast and and try to rejected a message on the audience. That may not lie. And what we've seen. He is what he just start with value and I can be a lot of things ready to be education and the entertainment could be anti. You know there's a lot of ways in provides providing audience if you that percents give them ninety. I you completely change your relationship. If you try to sell their on their heels lean coming back. They're moving away from you if you get value out of the forward and you WANNA learn more about you as now so your relationship that you know you can actually Pity move toward the sale trying to start with US l.. I know in my own experience and I'm sure they're different. People like different things I I know that when when something like I'm expecting X.. And I get why a likes surprises me. I know those are the those are the things I remember the most and I'm probably more likely to tell somebody about is that is that one of the sort of formulaic aspects of you. Know How you get somebody to pay attention attention. Yes we allowed research on the science side like The human brain works as far as very consistent. United Asia's also across regions around the world. And we've identified These emotions that You know provoke people share and you're reunions right very emotional creatures and emotional piece of it is something completely lost in kind of the old school advertising. It hasn't it's like okay. How could it connect with something an feel something and I feel something then? I'll be part of that conversation appreciation Earn as actually five emotions that we've identified are all positive emotions that we found are the most effective at least Russ take people being forwarded share and so I walked through the first motion is is is happiness right and I think we live in a world right now. Everybody would agree that there's a lot of polarization at people are are split. Apart and there's a lot of negativity on the internet or leases feels that way and select giving people a small During their day even just a little smile or go to social media. Gone phone in a breakthrough meeting as really really really awful concept so the first principles happiness joy the seven principles we call saw is like a feeling of respect where he just. Aw Wow that's nothing I haven't seen before so it could be something that is. Is You know you you literally launching acting the moon that you haven't seen before or it could be accolate. This narrative acted and his nation's orange. Go Wow what a cool thing today. Did somebody completely unexpected kind of warm my heart and be my all the negociants call curiosity so this is all about learning things about the world that you didn't you hadn't seen before you didn't know and is allowed kind of educational content. It doesn't select where he can provide a lot of adding to the audience for the motion is empathy. Your sympathy is feeling bad with somebody but empathy is actually putting yourself in their shoes and having that shared connection Napkin do really really powerful And then the last motion surprised is basically giving something that they didn't expect in unique way And those are the five oceans. Plenty more down. Joe Like angers really a powerful emotion but probably doesn't hit most brands right or or status is powerful emotion but shuts down. You don't WanNa share and sad right because you made your friends at so their emotions but we find these. The most positive proactive ocean posit.

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