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"tina powell" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"So don't let it paralyze you or hold you back. This is Tina Powell with this week CENA's tips. Thank you. Tina back with Louise are wonderful guest. So we were talking about how you give back and different ways that you give back and to the community. But so so what I came to realize that I couldn't really change the New York City public school system. But I know that I for someone who if I didn't have my art my music, my dance, my sports, I would've never found self esteem because I didn't feel self esteem from eight in the morning to three PM in my school day, but it was through excelling through expressing myself differently. That I found the passion to figure out what I need to figure out from school. I was undecided knows with dyslexia until sixth grade. And I had a forty five percent reading comprehension at that time, which, you know, having two children who were dyslexic. I am a big advocate of voice and. Giving my children the language to say, I just learn differently. That's it. That's all it is. But going back to change for kids. What I will say is that, you know, I'm so grateful that my mother sort of empowered me with a vision that I don't need to change the world. I just need to put my thumbprint on the world around me. And so I knew I couldn't change the New York City school system, but I could change one child one class one school one community and through that we are in twelve schools. We started with I mean in the nineties we just delivered them supplies for kindergarten school in in Brooklyn in bed stuy, and now we have twelve schools and we provide programs. So I just think that we never should believe that we can't make a difference. That's wonderful. So you're so well rounded, you know, you have your business you have this and your two children U side. Do they are first of all I told you earlier that kissed a lot of frogs before I met Matt shout out to you. Chris I love you. It's great. But yeah. And actually one of my clients set me up with my husband on a blind date. So, you know, I'm just saying don't don't wait for the miracle to happen. Wait for the American. Yeah. That's that's that's well said and you have to children. How old are your children? I have a son who is just turned fifteen and Douglas graduated from windward of eighth grade. And he's now at a boarding school by his own choice. I was so proud of him. He really navigated the application process all on his own just deciding that he was going to look for a home and be very purposeful about it and was accepted into seven of the eight schools that he applied to this is somebody who's they're very dyslexic. So I'm super proud of him and he's at Salisbury, which is the number to hockey school in the country, and he is a hockey player. That's incredible. And my younger, son. Kenneth who am we're a family that serfs all over the world. That's kind of we play together to stay together was our little motto. And he just broke his arm playing hockey, but a little chess player and surfer and little entrepreneur himself. Because he has a little resell business for supreme close, which I think is kind of cute. Oh, that's exciting. So that's really wonderful. So your your boys are motivated like their mom, obviously, which is enter debt and their dad quite an entrepreneur himself. So I think that spirit of being an entrepreneur is something that I think that I think a lot of people have. But it's scary. I think it's like, you know, the green thumb you have to feed if to feed the information, you have to feed the experience, you have to water your plants, and that happens for us at dinnertime us talking about our days talking about ideas, you know, and you know, my sons have talked about wanting to have video game and chocolate making businesses because two things they love right? What's the great messaging? There. Do what you love do what you love and take a chance. I think that a lot of people sit back, and they they may not be ready to take that chance. But I think hearing. How inspiring you are in your story should give people that opportunity, and you don't know where the world is gonna take you came here as a dancer, and now you're one of the top brokers for real estate, you know, that's pretty amazing door closes. I promise you one to two to three open. Now, I agree with that. And always having the positive attitude and the can do attitude. I think as entrepreneurs we realized there is nothing you can't do or figure out you figure it out. Absolutely in the thick skin that we acquire. Because knows the no you can't. No, you can't. It's like, okay. Well, maybe he'll say, yes. If I say that way and being in the arts, you know, that yes, I me personally being trying out for things as a child. My dad was a film producer, and I would try out for things and not get them and the thicker the skin you realize I can do it. I can do more. I can I can create my own acting school. I can do this. I can do that. And eventually it evolves. And you see how how it it just? Happens. So I'm you serve Manhattan. And where else do you serve as far as just recently? Interestingly enough, you're commenting on one of my that's Louise Phillips Forbes dot com. You could find the real estate offerings. Meetings for kids dot org, by the way. Yes. But I will tell you that we I just recently about five months ago got listed. I just got my license in Westchester because I had a friend who wanted me to sell this amazing, Sanford, white home at premium point in Larchmont in Westchester, and the brokers all were telling her that she could couldn't get ten million dollars. She was like you can't ask any more than ten million dollars. And I was like it's twenty three thousand square feet with views of water in every room. And it's thirteen bedrooms on you know, on the water thirty two minutes from New York City. I don't I don't buy it. And I said you're not gonna fit in a box. You were going to be a one of a kind because it is. She was like, why don't you sell it? And so we have a contract signed in less than five months. Oh my goodness. That's exciting. Really exciting. And we I think that again. Having a business is built on relationships is where we strip away those limitations. You know, it's like I need particularly being driven relational. I wanna do what I can do for you. No matter what. And so whether I benefit from it financially or not is sort of secondary. If you because for me, the the the Zing is doing something that makes me witness your good experience. And so connecting those dots is something that that is one of those things that I've enjoyed doing until Westchester market watch out here. I come here. She comes and Manhattan. Yes. Indeed. Oh, absolutely. And then Brooklyn, I'm in Harlem, I mean, you know, I go where where my relationships are fantastic. I've also had the privilege to build or convert about thirty development projects and that in itself is really creating a community in itself, which is also different every time and really that puzzle. It's amazing. I love your energy. And I love who you are. And what you have told our our listeners. It's just wonderful wonderful wonderful. And I love to have you back. Awesome. Zack. Yeah. We'll talk about it. Because I think you would be incredible. I just took so much from from this conversation. I want to thank you again. Your air being such an incredible guest. I'm Eric Lupo. And you're listening to.
"tina powell" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"This is Tina Powell with this week's tina's tips. Thank you Tina. And thank you for being in studio with me today and stay tuned for more tina's tips in the coming weeks to come Tino. What is your business that you do that? You can explain to our listeners a little bit. And how Elizabeth helping you in that. Sure. So C, suite social media. So we work with. As Elizabeth alluded to we work with the C, suite leadership. Usually, it is the CEO of privately held organizations, and we help them to build their brands and their most important business objectives using a combination of digital and social media marketing, we're Elizabeth has been instrumental is communications, and I would say I'll call it almost crisis communications or situational communications where there might be something that comes up, and you want to make sure that you respond to it appropriately. And I think that a lot of times we put a lot of especially me, but we tend to act with a little bit more emotionality than need. And if there's one. Tonight. Not exactly it's the Elizabeth. Barry rule, please no Email response in twenty four hours. Let that kind of twenty four hour. That's a true fact. I mean, I have heard that before because you immediately are in that, you know, respond mode, and you're right. I think that's a great tip twenty four hours let it settle and then respond and also too. I think that we're she's been instrumental is that stuff shows up if you're a business owner, if you're an entrepreneur, it's not that your your whole week is scripted things come up, and you need you need an objective point of view. And so we're Elizabeth has been beneficial in not knowing exactly what I want to respond this way. What's the right response? Again, things kind of things come up, and I'm also learning to be a better communicator. I think that Elizabeth models at herself by showing me what that follow up looks like and my clients love my follow up. There's not one marketing meeting that I do with my client that doesn't involve. Of some sort of follow or notes that we take an action steps as well too. So it's providing just learning to be a really great a better communicator, a better business communicator and being able to serve my clients better. That's great. So you work with with entrepreneurs like Tina and help her to become a better communicator. What are some tips that you can give us about that? My tips would be to breathe. I know I tend to just. The the releases all in the X hail. Everything is found in the XL to smile smile. Thank adults.
"tina powell" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Stories. I'm your host Eric Lupo today. I have two incredible women as my guests. I have Elizabeth Barry, and she is a powerhouse in a force to be reckoned with in the business and marketing world, she's an exceptional and revered business coach and consultant to both entrepreneurs and executive women, and she's a happy, healthy female to know in general. She is also written two books about ego and vulnerability, and I'm very excited to have Elizabeth here. Good morning, Elizabeth good morning. Thank you. So very much. And in addition, I have today, Tina Powell Tina Powell good morning to you. Good morning. Erica. It's morning. Elizabeth great to be back. It's great to have you. Tina is also on our program weekly with her tina's tips. Tina is the CEO of C suite social media, digital marketing and social media consultancy for the financial services industry with over twenty years of hands on digital marketing campaign and strategy Tina has been on the show before and welcome back Tina and Elizabeth is tina's business coach. So what a nice synergy we have in here today. Welcome both view Yukio. So how long have you been a business coach? And how did you get into this field? I have spent over fifteen years as a marketer as well. So fifteen years owning my own strategic marketing agency, consulting, entrepreneurs and CEOs, and recently, I have been turning more towards the coaching and consulting side. I really enjoy. The empowerment aspect and letting the branding turn into building the positive brand of the person if I can build brands that their customers can believe in then why not go directly to the people at the brands to allow them to believe in themselves. That's really exciting. So how do you get your clients? They they had me. Yes. I've just been recently putting myself out there and starting an Email newsletter. I'm starting a podcast. I have a new book coming out in two thousand nineteen I'm communication and ego. And tell me all about that. So so yes, so I've been focusing on the ego. Right. So I I I want to talk about ego healthily because as a coach and a consultant to powerful, female, executives and leaders. They're the ones that get it. They're the ones that dive deep down inside of themselves and can say I was. Wrong. I have this weakness, and they want to learn and they want to grow. And it is only when you see that ego. And you say wait a minute, I'm gonna fix that. So that's where this bringing ego healthily into conversations has kind of come about manifested. Now, it's interesting. Do you find that women are easily able to deal with an ego versus men accepting of that? Interestingly enough, I have been working with quite a few men, but I really enjoy working with women because powerful women get it. They can say I wanna be a better leader. And the good ones that really know how to lead know that they can't do it alone. And they have to get that strength women in their forties and fifties and sixties they get it through for that personal evolution and transformation. It's funny. Tina shaking her head. Yes. I want. I want to hear has that. Is that something that you can connect to absolutely as she was talking about the whole concept of ego and volubility, and I I learned it through Elizabeth when I did my first headaches talk. So Elizabeth is a FedEx curator seventeen I think you have seventeen talks underneath your belt. So that's where her and I first met. So I do have a tax talk out there. Bridges went to build and went to burn and I had to learn to get comfortable with vulnerability in throwing myself out there, and I became a much better leader. And I think that others saw me and a light that was different than the usual, norm. And when you can release that full when you can be totally and completely vulnerable and just show up with you know, as I call it the good the. Bad and the ugly. The ugliest not such a bad thing either. You know, we need all we need a combination of all three in our life. But most people only see especially on social media. And I you know, I do a lot of social media. And so it's all of that positive positive positive when you're vulnerable you show the other different angles. And it's so important especially to as we as we become better leaders and as we become better versions of ourselves. Absolutely. What is your book called, by the way minute book that my the book that I have out right now is called own your vulnerability? It's four women for women. I actually wrote a men's version I interviewed sixty men in two thousand sixteen so valid becoming out, but my new book that will be released in early January is called the kind communicator these two books that you have how do we get them Amazon. I tunes kindle them on your ability is available right this minute on Amazon and itunes as well as kindle and then. The kind communicator will be put out there and early January. Those are great. So people kind of use them as a bible so to speak to help them guide them in their in their business world. That's really neat. How long did it take you to write these books? The first book we were just talking earlier about Aspen. I wrote my book Casten I lived there. Right after college. And I didn't know how to ski. I did. I did I lived in Aspen for a year out of college went to Roger Williams. Didn't know what I was going to be did know what I was going to do my parents encouraged me to just go, and I did and what an experience I can't wait to get back. Yes. For Aspen Aspen for me was the same. I wasn't a skier. I I'm a Yogi. So I went out there, and I hung out in the hot tubs. And my bikini went and did yoga and the top of the mountain, and I sat there I went to Aspen, and I also went to just different places around the United States to sit by fireplaces. So it took me about three months. This cramped book took about four months. Yeah. That's four years. Three fours right out of my. I'm I have four bucks to put out in two thousand nineteen. Well, how are already written and then it's just really honing in on them. And I look at my upcoming podcast in my book says sharing my soul and sharing my spirit. I love working individually with people like Tina, and with any woman out there who was looking for an executive business coach to hold them accountable, but working without one on one I wanna make a larger ripple in the ocean of life and being able to share my soul through these books to help empower women a right because most most of us are powerful leaders. What we hold ourselves back, even I see myself avenue, Mary, you're right. So it's it's really great to have that accountability. Coach that puts you in the spotlight and says, you can do this, and you are fabulous. How often do you meet with your clients once a week? How long usually an hour an hour. And then I do an e I call it an e follow up. I've kind of. I wanted to say something about the follow up. And that is the E mail in the notes that you get after the meeting, and what I literally said to Elizabeth was that, you know, what you're writing the chapters of the book about me. And so I love it because I can also see the progression of my own journey. And as you were talking about, you know, look, it's our own thinking that holds us hostage. A lot of times has nothing to do with the other people around you it is you yourself. And so I look at those notes, and I'm like, wow. Thank you very much for helping to write the bible of me. That is so great how long have you been working together? Well, so if you go back to our tax we've been working to gather for since August of two thousand seventeen but in so Elizabeth coached me through that whole process as well. So since August of two thousand seventeen what is checks, so our listeners. So Ted ex is an acronym. Ted is an acronym for technology, entertainment, and design, and when you see the X next to the Ted it is an actual independently organized Ted event, so I own the licensed to host and curate Tech's Hoboken events. I've also had the license for FedEx Upper West side women when I lived on the Upper West side for a year. And of course, I did one up there just even for a year living in the city, and I always do the women's events. Because again, I really I'm good with the ladies. That's crazy. With the ladies. Also to show up. So man, so it was a text women event in HOGAN. But there were I wanna say there were at least forty percent male speakers. They're they're very curious. Very curious. Let me know when they're going on. I wanna go period. Yeah. I I do my events bring everybody to a childlike state of curiosity and freedom, and we draw with crayons and this particular event. My my latest event was just held on Saturday morning from nine thirty to twelve thirty and people wrote letters to each other. And they didn't even know they were writing a letter, and they were going to receive it at the end, and they held up how they show up in life off the same time. And nobody knew anything there was a yoyo expert and just lots of surprises in fun. Yeah. With mine. There was a whole entire marching band. Out of nowhere entire like, thirty forty people. That is awesome. Yes. That is really great. So having a business coach like Elizabeth has really changed your way of running your business. I think what it has done is it just changes the way that I show up to business. And so there are certain entrepreneurship is a sport. And that's how I look at it. And so I think we need to treat business like sport in the same way that Tiger Woods and other professional athletes have coaches around them to help perfect other parts of their game. I know that there was something that I needed from the outside that again, we hold ourselves hostage which are with our own way of thinking, I wanted the inflection of new ideas of a new point of view, and especially wanted to coach that was my vertebral vertical. That understood what is it like to run a digital marketing consultancy because it is. Is challenging it is really hard. So Elizabeth has been instrumental in just helping me to see solutions for everyday challenges that I wouldn't have necessarily normally fought of. That's amazing. So whether what other kind of businesses, do you work with what other women from what other types of the know? It's been interesting. I've been sought out by women like Tina who on marketing agencies and who are coming out of the gate and saying I actually need help. I need a process. I don't have a process. I did know I didn't have a process until everything kind of fell. And I always tell them that this is the most beautiful time to work together. Because there's no place to go except for up when you're on the ground. I love that..
"tina powell" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Week is about manifesting what you want to achieve. I have learned that in order to do that excessively. You're going to have to get absolutely clear on what you want to worry about. The how the why in the what for example is an entrepreneur, I wanna consultant travel be great and people when they do these things I come alive. What about you women in the listener, what brings you to like make a list right down and keep it with you. This is Tina Powell with this week. Penis. Thank you. Tina, be sure to stay tuned for more from Tina in the upcoming weeks. Coming back to my wonderful guest, Betty Carter. What are you most proud of being part of the girl scouts? Well. That's a great question. I have so many things that I'm proud of and one of the, you know, let's just take a minute. Think about that. Or a few seconds. Sure. You know, it's really. Just having so many girls come through the program and has said I've been here a long time. So I now have you know, volunteers who were girls when I first started working here and to hear their memories and hear the impact that girl scouts has had on their lives. Like that to me. Like that keeps me going. You know, we we are a big organization as you said twenty six thousand girls fourteen thousand adults, you know, three camps for offices a lot going, you know, but to be able to just everyday wake up and say, you know, today is the day that I that a girl a girl scout will have something happen. That's positive that helps her become who she needs to be. And to see that through the women that are now volunteers that were girls when I start it, you know, so I've seen the whole cycle. And it to me that part is something I'm so proud of and then and then the young girls that I meet. I mean, I had an experience where recently I was speaking before a group of girl scouts kindergarten through twelfth grade. And I talked to them about how being a leader doesn't mean you have to stand up in front of a room. Like, I was talking to them. It could be quiet leadership. It could be helping your friend when they're sad and either helping to cheer them up yourself or finding an adult if they really need someone, and you know, I asked the girls to raise their hand and say I asked him how many of you think you're a leader. Please raise your hand and most of the girls raise their hands. But they didn't all and we talked about how you know, you can be a leader in in your own way. It doesn't mean you have to be you know, at the front of the room and afterwards. One of the moms came up to me. And she said, I was so surprised my daughter didn't raise her hand to say, she was a leader. But you know, she said that she's going to work on it. And the next time is Betty came. She's going to be able to raise her. Hand. And I thought oh my goodness. You know, I'm just trying to inspire these young women and to explain to them that, you know, leadership comes about in so many different ways. And for that mom to say, you know, I know my daughter's quiet, but I still thought she would recognize leadership in herself. But now, she knows that it's not, you know, the person that you think it is it can be you. And it is you you are a leader. And so that to me was was, you know, really important, and it's one of the things we talk about in girl scouts. He know. Everyone knows us for our delicious cookies, and we're thanks definitely. Thankful to everyone for supporting us through that program. But it is a program that helps the girls really empower themselves to do badge work to go on trips and to do community service, and it's funded by that great cookie program, and they learn such great school skills and more than fifty percent of women in business today. Stay they got their start in the girl scouts. Yeah. And it's really, you know, people think of us in a way that maybe they, you know, if they were girl scout growing up, and and the program has changed, and we feel like people know us and there's somewhat of a false familiarity like oh girl scouts. That's so nice. And it is nice. But it's necessary. It's necessary for girls to have that that place that they can go and learn new things, and and be themselves and be in all girls setting which is inclusive and welcoming and nurturing, and so it's nice and girl scouts is fun. But it's also necessary, and it really helps develop the pipeline for our future female leaders. You're absolutely right. And I was a girl scout when I was younger as well. We only have a few more minutes left. Is there anything that? You'd like to share with our listeners message. Well, we always need more people to be involved, you know, volunteers. Are welcome at all times. And and.
"tina powell" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"All that. But they are mostly concerned amac right now in turning back the attack I Medicare, which is Bernie's Bernie wants. To expand it to everyone destroy it. One out of three Democrats in the Senate support Bernie care, which is Medicare destroyed. It's the bones of Medicare. If that happens, and you can be a part of stopping it by going to don't touch my Medicare dot com right now. Since I'm doing activism this morning. What's also talk about tax cuts work. My friends at job creators network run yesterday, and the market's been going up and down down down down. It'll correct today. Markets. Overseas were already stabilize it's called a correction. You got this high. It's gonna come back ten to fifteen to twenty percent. It's not a bear market. It's just a correction and now it's gonna go right back up at three point seven percent unemployment and GDP at four point two percent. The profits are going to flow in the people took money off a cycle it through. That's what's going on the tax cuts are working, but you've got to protect them and you do that at tax cuts work dot com. They're on the ballot. The tax cuts are the ballot. Judges are on the ballot John Cornyn just put their but tax cuts are on the ballot as well. So if you will go to tax cuts work dot com, they will make it easy for you to do your part to make phone calls to send emails and text to your friends. Which doors you wanna go and knock on you want to have a chat with a neighbor that needs a ride to the polls on election day or someone who helps needs help getting out the early vote early voting is important states like Indiana and Montana where we gotta get Republicans replacing Democrats in the United States Senate early voting is important in Arizona. My gosh, it's going on in Arizona. Martha college got gotta win Christian cinema. But tapley yesterday ever call an Arizona is crazy back from a radical leftist days. You can't they can't hide anything we found out in the cabinet proceedings. Your yearbook is going to be coming out Christian sentiment done, but we need to get to the voting in Arizona, and that's where tax cuts worked dot com. Tax cuts work will help you get to the polls. They will help you get everything done tax cuts work dot com. Let me tell you as well the audio and transcript of my John Bolton interview is posted go and read it Senate everywhere, isn't it wonderful. They have coherence in foreign policy in America, and we are not starry eyed about North Korea. We are very clear. He was so clear with charter they're going to shoot at a Chinese ship. If it comes near an American ship again hundred thirty-five feet is too close for the safety of our sailors, and we are going to shoot at PR chips, and we are going to shoot at Iranian ships. If they come close, they do not want to cross those red lines and Bolton made it very very clear. We are also very hopeful and praying that pastor Brunson is released today. He's held hostage by Turkey. But there are good signs. And we're waiting to see if in fact, he will be released today. We also learned that Tina Powell's not going the United Nations, you taken herself out of the running your other names out there. I remained belief that Grinnell ought to be sent from Germany to turtle bay or Robert O'Brien who is in fact, a special presidential envoy and hostages Chris Burnham who used to be under secretary at the department of state. We got a lot of great people send up there who will not banging on the table, but who will not be silenced by the bureaucrats who will not allow the president and John Bolton and Mike Pompeo and Jim Mattis. Not to be represented every day in that gaff house. Talk about gas lighting, the UN is the ultimate gas lighting experimental stage. It's crazy, but we need people up there. We need them up there. And we'll follow that one very closely. A million people are without power after hurricane. Michael shredded the electrical grid a million people devastating. Don't forget in your generosity team. Rubicon USA dot org. Those veterans are down there right now. And they pick up the pieces. Team Rubicon is trying to pick up the pieces as we re connect with you. He was talking about how the hurricane has. How he has. Yeah. I gotta do relief factor to need relief factor for the pain of having to face a segment. Team Rubicon is pick up the pieces after the electrical grid took out. Northey are the northwestern part of Florida and as remnants of the hurricane have worked through Virginia. The internet and some of the infrastructure is starting to go up and down and cycle through. So we've been having intermittent problems with back in Virginia. We will be back with you. Hopefully after the break, and hopefully he will tell you about relief factor dot com because we need pain relief from the relieffactor studios. It's the Hugh Hewitt Show. Swing Patterson filling in for Hugh, hopefully will be back on your side of the break joint.
"tina powell" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Guy's house harshly. That's what I thought we get. Jim Vanda high. This Vanda high. You wore a brewers fan. You're taking on actually actually think the two hottest teams in baseball right now where the dodgers and the Astros I fear them both as much as I feared the New York Yankees. And I guess if I know more than two people on the brewers roster because in central time zone, fear them too, but you guys have a great team. A lot of people say you have the hottest team in baseball. What do you think about the the dodgers? There's no doubt where the hottest team in baseball. We've one dozen in a row. We knocked off the cubs when nobody thought that we were going to be able to win it. You guys have these teams that win all the time. I was at the World Series and nineteen eighty two. When I was little Jimmy, who was eleven years old a long time. Paul Molitor so I don't. I really don't have. I don't really have much compassion for your whining about what happens on the Yankees. Red Sox. The amazing thing, though, Jim, if you go down the the rosters and see who's who's got who's carrying the heaviest load financially the brewers. I mean, you guys are at like twenty twenty one twenty two. You guys of course the as our next to last talk about moneyball but you guys are playing your own version of moneyball in Milwaukee. I yes. But I'd say less than we used to for the first time we're actually trading getting players. We're actually trying to sign people to contracts. We got yelich or able to get players in a way that we did for a long time brewers, he small-market teams most often we're screwed because you guys go out and spend two hundred and twenty two hundred fifty million dollars to load up your rosters with basically treating us like AAA clubs and every once in a while we get a good owner and they spend some money and you start to win games. And then he started to sell your stadium and it does become a fi wheel of its own. So to good lesson, yeah. By the way, most of that money goes to orphanages around the Boston area. It does not go to payroll so so yeah, and then talk it, it's it's a sad story. I'll tell you about it later. So gem, let's move from baseball to the United Nations. Why did Nikki Haley leave? You know, we have to Ben trying to figure that out all night. You know, there's no doubt she wants to run for president. I think it's twenty twenty four that she's going to run this reporting that she might do in twenty twenty seem silly to me. I think if you wanna run in twenty twenty four and you want to leave the White House on your terms. And I do think there's probably it's not a coincidence that she left after the cavenaugh stuff so that in retrospect she can say that she kept her concerns to herself. But when she couldn't tolerate some of the stuff around her, she still left. She's one of the few people who's left the White House without being sort of leaked about enforced out and said that Trump is turned on her, and so she couldn't. She did kind of flip the script on them. Now creates an interesting opening because the president, you know, he doesn't usually. Care that much about the optics of having a mostly male White House. But on this one, I think he really would like to get a female in the White House as it gets why he said, Tina Powell is at the top of the list of people that he would like to replace Nikki Haley. Obviously, Dina Nikki were quite close that they can stay in his job if she wants the job, not clear that she does, but there are male elements inside the White House that don't want her to get the job. I think John Kelly is probably one of them, John Bolton, Breitbart once again, sort of stirring up some opposition to Dina. So I think we'll know in the next twenty four to forty eight hours whether or not she takes it if she doesn't big group of people, I think that wanted not clear who get it. Yeah, I, I'm not exactly sure why anybody who claims to be a Republican or a conservative would oppose Dina Powell. She, of course, as you know, we were there at the same time when you were reporter and I was serving..
"tina powell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Six six five zero five four six two six as we continue our discussion about the resignation of Nikki Haley abrupt at least in terms of its public announcement. Although the president says he's known about this now for several months, and this will not take effect until the end of the year but coming as it does just a few weeks before the midterm elections. The timing certainly is to say, the least interesting Peter van Voorhis joins us economist and political strategist contributor for the Washington Examiner and Peter good to have you with us tonight. Great freely. Jim your take on this. Were you surprised as apparently everybody else except for the president? You know? I was surprised I didn't see it coming. But I don't think it's the president surprise. You know, I think alien the president while they have had a conflict. I think they you have a good relationship. I think Trump, obviously as we can tell speech today. It was very very proud of Nikki Haley at work, as and you know, from Nikki's position, I think residing how kind of makes sense. One eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six th the timing, of course, in relation to the midterms with some degree of instability, certainly for the first half of the of the first term of the Trump administration more than than the average administration in terms of turnover. And of course, continued speculation about names like Jeff Sessions, attorney general and his deputy, rod Rosenstein. It does seem as though this could have waited until November seventh. Yeah. You know, it does seem that it could have waited my only guess is potentially. They see it as something to basically kind of ride the cavenaugh Wade out because think about this. You know, the cavenaugh wave is definitely gonna galvanized Republican voters, but we have four weeks until the midterm election. So I think that if we can basically have more of an idiot by talking about, you know, who's gonna replace Nikki Haley, and essentially talk about harass that's gonna keep I think the Democrats away from a centrally getting to harping cavenaugh will still alive Republicans to turn up, you know, especially the base. Let's talk to Randi who calls in from Springfield, Missouri. Good evening. Randy. Yes, sir. And your other radio, what's on your mind? Reading. Yeah. Earlier this year. She's she said she called Donald Trump that she was going to resign by the end of the year that she was done, right. Five or six months ago? So I don't know what the big hubbub is will the hubbub, I guess would be that this administration does not need any more signs of instability. And it could have waited until after the election. I think that's the main thing that I see why why announce it now granted it's not a major factor. I'm sure the casting of a vote by most people, but but politics is made up of little factors. This could await it. I just it seems rather odd that that they had to announce it now in the middle of one of the more important midterm election campaigns in US history. That would be my feeling Peter. Yeah. I understand that. Yeah. Yeah. It all makes sense. Now that you said that well, I mean. I mean, that's the thing to me it, it doesn't make sense. That's that's why I'm I'm I'm having trouble understanding that Peter anything about this. At least based on what we know anything about this that that couldn't have waited. Sure, you know, I'm not saying that it couldn't have waited again. I think at this point. Yeah. Eight ten twelve hours after the now's it is really just rank speculation. I mean as far as kind of prominence ability. I I will say that people certainly don't like the turnover at the top not that the turnover is excessively unprecedented. But it is. It's higher than average is higher than average. But I think the fact that she's willing to stay on for a few more months. It's not like she's like, hey, I'm resigning next week. Kennedy reputation. It's a lot different than that. Yep. Your take if you could give us a on the Trump foreign policy today. And as we noted a bit with our previous discussion with Ben Freedman. It does seem like the president who campaigned pretty much as a very anti Leo conservative has at times moved more in that direction. Not the least of which our our moves in Syria. And of course, the naming of John Bolton to the the inner of White House circle is it's a little hard on this. As of course, on a number of other issues to depend this president down in in terms of just what it is. He believes. Yeah. You know, I do agree with you on that. I will say though that if you are going to try and the president down you can pin him down by the people that are out there. So we've seen essentially Neo Conway grow and be more. Anti-globalists winged. It Steve Bannon weighing type of the White House diminish as far as their influence, so you can essentially precursor with the policy will be by the personnel are one eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six wondering about possible names that we? Can Mitch and in terms of a replacement? Of course, the president himself has floated one name is said to be on the list of of five shortlists names. A former White House advisor Dina Powell the president praised US ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell. As a person who will do a great job. Although he likes him where he is as ambassador to Germany any other thoughts that you have as regards. The possible direction. This might might signal will Tina Powell is obviously the main header the fact that he said specifically, she is on the short list, and you know, it's her name would ideally say that she's the leading candidate. I mean other people that he did mention is the current ambassador. Russia's Jon Huntsman, then acting under secretary for public policy and public affairs, Heather our so those are two other people, you know, we don't know who the entire shortlists. Although Rick Grenell is not currently on that short list. But there's always can't change. So it's certainly something that you know, I think he's been expecting. And I think he's just kind of waiting to announce it a little while this adventure. Not because I don't think he essentially you need to basically float these names out. I think he knows that he's going to pretty much decide. Yes. To try the court of public opinion, these days is you and I both know. Well, that's true. Yeah. That's that's one aspect of this job that he certainly does seem to have down, Pat. I will continue. Yeah. Peter van various columnist. Political strategists contributor for the Washington Examiner..
"tina powell" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Iheartradio station. Landfall expected tomorrow. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. Hurricane Michael a dangerous category. Three storm. It's now two hundred fifty five miles south of Panama City, Florida is not taking this dramatically and neither should any family in the state. I spoke with the president yesterday. And he just approved the pre landfall disaster requests we made yesterday. Is allows us to bring more federal resources towards also declared a state emergency in thirty five forty counties. Florida governor Rick Scott mandatory evacuation order is now in place for citrus county, more than a quarter million people have impacted by mandatory or voluntary evacuations to get out of the storm's path her resignation only hours old and speculation as a ready begun as to who would replace you want embassador, Nikki Haley, President Trump saying former deputy national security adviser, Tina Powell is on the short list, data certainly a person I would consider and she is under consideration. We have actually many name Kelly's departure was made public this morning. No, President Trump says she told him six months ago as she planned to leave at the end of the year. The president now in council bluffs, Iowa telling the audience changes he's proposing to gasoline blends will help farmer. President Trump's visit to council bluffs comes after. He proposed lifting a federal ban on summer sales of high ethanol blends of gasoline farm. In Iowa and other states pushing for greater sales of the corn based fuel. We.
"tina powell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Democrats can get behind nothing trump was very affected emotionally by these constant school shootings and massacres on the fact that when he gathered together relatives of people who'd being killed in these shootings he had some pretty blunt words in the white house you know if your president and you had to face an hour with victims and also family members in that really changes your perspective whereby it makes it much more real that kind of reminds me of when tina powell his former national security top advisor andy vodka trump his daughter showed images of kids who had been killed in syria by chemical weapons but in by assad and then trump was able to latch onto that emotionally and you saw those airstrikes so last year which makes as he say this speech to cpap quite interesting i was at last year that it was his van right hand man steve bannon speaking and you know things have changed over the year donald trump has no always been a a friend shall we say of the conservative wing of the republican party what do you think his pitch is going to be in this midterm election year so i think he's trying to say that conservatives in republicans face an uphill battle to keep control of the house and senate and unique conservatives out in full force to actually turned the tide in the midterm election i think a lot of americans are expecting democrats will take over and he's going to say that he has been a good president fourconcert of ironic that he is addressing pack in the first place remember you know he was a democrat before he was a republican and changed party is strategically because he knew he would never win a democratic nomination i need us was the guy that even invited hillary clinton to his wedding in palm beach to milania bots at this point so many republicans of backed him in congress seven cpap presumably will give him a pretty will welcome in or it's kind of the woodstock for conservatives and so we can expect a very friendly audience and he is going to remind people you know that he faces a lot of internal enemies he might rail against the muller probe and he will say that the democrats don't have other countries interested harden i think about he has to remember that the.
"tina powell" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"I'm jennifer kushinka in for gordon deal along with rasa kaye some of our top stories and headlines this morning new york city's worst fire in 25 years has killed at least twelve in the bronx new york city tightening security for sunday night's ball drop apple has apologized for slowing down older iphone models and says it will be reducing the price of replacement batteries rosemarie known for her role and the dick van dyke show has died at the age of ninety four and the waste the technology will change your life in two thousand eighteen for better and worse that story in about twenty minutes a lot of people came and went in the white house in two thousand seventeen and more departures are expected in two thousand eighteen ally struggles of the wall street journal is here with that story ally who were some of the biggest names who left this year i mean we confer with michael cohen he required up kukoi required vehicle mccaw creeper or were on before the end of the summer anthony urumuqi who a through at eleven days of communications director in july through december there have been greed high level aide who have basically said look were leaving in early january writer of the what you're mark heavy tina powell fell will be rick dearborn the deputy chief of staff and also omarosa van ago special adviser to the president who um ran afoul of the new chiefofstaff john kelly who wanted her out thought she was a troublemaker and on john kelly of course one of those four who started in one position of the secretary of the department of homeland security and then wound up being moved to chief of staff in july to replace priebus and john kelly vacancy he was eventually replaced at the hs by his deputy so you just have a lot of musical care everyone jokes that sort of.
"tina powell" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Kushinka in for gordon deal along with rasa kaye some of our top stories and headlines this morning new york city's worst fire in 25 years has killed at least twelve in the bronx new york city tightening security for sunday night's ball drop apple has apologized for slowing down older iphone models and says it will be reducing the price of replacement batteries rosemarie known for her role and the dick van dyke show has died at the age of ninety four and the waste the technology will change your life and two thousand eighteen for better and worse that story in about twenty minutes well a lot of people came and went in the white house in two thousand seventeen and more departures are expected in two thousand eighteen allies tokoza the wall street journal is here with that story ally who were some of the biggest names who left this year well i mean we can throw with michael cohen he was fired up to twenty five from a job baron rights creeper were gone before the end of the summer anthony scaramucci who asked to eleven days of communications director in july and just in december there have been three highlevel eight who have basically said look we're leaving in early january writer of what your mark heavy tina powell that would be rick dearborn the deputy chief of staff and also omarosa banoco special adviser to the president who um ran afoul of the new chief of staff john kelly who wanted her out thought she was a troublemaker and john kelly of course one of those people who started in one position as the secretary of the department of homeland security and then wound up being moved to chief of staff in july to replace priebus and john kelly vacancy he was eventually replaced the dhs by his deputy so you just have a lot of musical chairs everyone's jokes that sort of.
"tina powell" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"They tell me it's going to be coming any day now so i will i'll let you know when that happens but you know it's very interesting because i'm larussa first of all it's one of the only people in this white house who had previously served in a white house if you can believe that she was in official in a i'll gore's office uh during the clinton administration and with her gone and now with tina powell also gone um i think we might be we might be down to zero uh current currently serving white house officials who previously served in the white house uh have to double check that but it is sort of astonishing that this reality tv star uh with one of the only people with with legitimate experience in a white house or who'd never set foot in a white house none other tora before um but you know it's interesting her entire time there was sort of like this this extended uh reality shows sequins you know there were all these different stories about what does she really do she's wandering around she's picking fights she's taking her wedding photos with her bridesmaids on the grounds and making people aim gree um and so it doesn't surprise me that he is has similarly ended in this dramatic mysterious fashion this is indicative of a broad reduction in chaos at the white house the john kelly is going through and removing the distractions in omarosa was just one of the items on his list the i hate you could look at it that way or you can look at it in a different way which affect count kelly had to remove a reality tv contestant from the white house and that's remarkable and it felt i mean i think it speaks to how unusual this white house is they how unusual donald trump is and how uh completely impossible john kelly's task is at the end of the day the he we have to remove somebody like on moroshima who still nobody is really sure what exactly she did there so this is one item from a week than i did have a number of leg remarkable strange things coming out of the white house new york times had this report about how the president watches 48 hours a day of televisions to.
"tina powell" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Of that stool is the council on foreign relations true it is they're all three globalists' organization and mcmaster so i would say yeah you have a good point i mean i don't know why he would appoint somebody like that let alone keep him in a position of power unless it's the old lincoln philosophy but we're did to get lincoln you know keep your friends close in your enemies closer he has a number of people from goldman sachs around him steve mnuchin the secretary of the treasury gerry cohen former ceo of goldman sachs tina powell another goldman sachs site that actually is real tight with the clintons so when you look at some of these people around him it does make you wondered makes me wonder what's he doing now there are people that are pretty high level connected that have told me the reason why those people are there is because after trump was elected and before he was an inaugurated he got to talk in the globalists' led by the goldman sachs clan came to him and said look at donald have you ever seen this this photo of this movie called is a brutal film of kennedy in dallas donald you don't want that to happen to you you know you know kennedy didn't like the bankers he didn't like the globalists' and look what happened to him down so donald you need to put some of these people around then if you do that will make sure the stock market keeps going up and we'll make sure the bond market's okay and we'll make sure that you hang around for awhile but if you don't well if you don't take these people around you.
"tina powell" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"So we'll falls into the better than feared btf category okay american eagle outfitters abercrombie and fits x grass and signet jewelers all fit the bill through i don't want to go over these ptf names how they did how their stocks managed to run and most important to the better than feared quarters genuine bottom for the stocks or is it the kind of bottom that we get like that let's start with mercury this tina powell retail it was pretty pop them within ten years ago i member used to soar but in stock has been stuck trading the teens that a part of the last decade berganio seemed to get some traction in 2014 2015 stock rallying above nineteen dollars last summer but enforcing 2017 is brutal for these guys as young as of last monday the stock had been nearly cut in half falling ten dollars 23 sense what happened american eagle finally seemed like he was getting its act together in 2015 '16 during this period the company was delivering solid mid single digit samestore sales growth solid revenue growth and explosive earnings up seventy three percent in 2015 and then fifteen percent 2016 but the numbers began to taper off in the first quarter this year safer sales up just two percent down forty basis points you're beer total revenue kristen but just one point seven percent and the earnings getting clobbered down thirty six percent then the company reported tuesday night well the results weren't grayton any absolute sense they were much better then cleared marketing oh posted a threeset earnings speed of sixteen sent basis even as the ernie still shrank by seventeen percent more important accompany samestore sales rose by three percent wall street was looking for a point four percent decline members expectations were talking about the speak so that was a huge positive stocks shirts up with eight percent the next day which is how it ended up back at twelve bucks and changes of today makes sense american eagle is not a fabulous company despite all the worries its business is still doing a k.
"tina powell" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Racism and white supremacy and everything else that has come from trump had it like i understand why all the pressure was put on the ceos but why like what is what is the argument from some these venture local leaders why they would why they would stay and it really goes to some of the real this or that tension with in me trump is is a truly in moral human be yet he got tremendous support from the evangelo community in it the egypt revenge elakel leadership for sure and it just raises a lot of questions about what is driving their political support and if you can't if one person i think i am a answers to those questions here i'm subs witting them i don't i don't believe it is there i don't believe it is their faith it's pretty sad pretty sad state of affairs there through dealt with assaf we have been told by many media let's many anonymous sources and many media outlets that gerry cohen was outraged and very angry he was so outraged and angry he went right back to his desk and got to work so give gary's up said tina powell's up said jarrett in a vodka they they've been trying to moderate their their father father in law you know on this issue but said they were on vacation so they really couldn't be bothered i'm just at this it makes me so angry because you know what none of this matters these people have no influence over their boss they can't control may camp persuade them they can't convince him he doesn't take their advice they are useless to talk about anymore are useless i find these people to be morally bankrupt if you if you are so upset that you will dispatch your friends or your personal pr from wherever the fuck it is to cover persevere upset you are than fucking quit or shut the fa cup yellow and it lease at least steve bannon is out there just admitting that he's happy about all this on the record.
"tina powell" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The know on our friday morning this is america's morning news it's twenty minutes past the hour i'm wendy kings the president donald trump to launch a crude twitter attack on the brains looks and temperament of a female tv personality on thursday drawing bipartisan complaints of outrage trump's tweets aimed at msnbc mic brzezinski received concerns about his views of women in a city where civility paul ready is in short supply and he is struggling for any support he can get for his proposals on healthcare immigration and other controversial issues i heard that poorly raided morning joe speaks badly of me i don't watch anymore trump tweeted on thursday morning then how how come low iq crazy meeker along with psycho gel came tomorrow lago three nights in a row around new year's eve and insisted on joining me she was bleeding badly from a facelift so i said no he said the tweets unite if democrats and republicans for once in a chorus of protest that amounted to perhaps one of the loudest outcries since trump took office republican house speaker paul ryan said he didn't think it was appropriate legal over trying to do around here is improve the tone civility of the debate and this obviously doesn't do that itself carolina senator lindsey graham said tweet slide this inconsistent greatness of the country and the office on wednesday brzezinski had mocked trump israel better than making a fake cover at an agassi about himself lying every day and destroying that contrary trump's allies cast is outburst as a positive an example of his refusal to be bullied white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders said the president was just pushing back i think that the president it is pushing back against people who attack him day after day after day first lady melania trump who has vowed to fight cyberbullying while her husband is president gave his tweets a path some of the administration's most highprofile women daughter and presidential assistant ivanka if trump counselor kellyanne conway and deputy national security adviser tina powell did not respond to requests for comment on trump's level of insulttrading brzezinski responded on twitter by posting a photograph of a cheerios fox that included the phrase made for little hands people looking to get under the president skin have lung suggested that his hands appear small for his frame republican senator bill south of nebraska tweeted please just stop this isn't normal and it's beneath.
"tina powell" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Welcome to the audible i'm sewer mandel joined by boris feldman and bruce we have on a great guest today to talk about basketball and other stuff the angela docile it basketball as it relates to our favorite were college football so with that big lofty introduction you throughout the word great it is our gutting the coal our back from the usa today and restore the big and our correct i get i think so okay i like how you referred to it as the usatoday yes that is technically incorrect for is it is it just usatoday though okay sorry sorry apologized so listen now the reason we wanted to have you on a coal big news in college basketball last week and for our listeners who are familiar with your work you cover both football and basketball but you're much more plug into basketball than we are so the big news last week louisville gets its nca sanctions rick bettino suspended for five acc games for was really up a pretty unbelievable scandal and considering in involved prostitutes and strippers and play and recruits underage recruits i think all three of us are a little baffled why wouldn't as a bigger story well i actually thought win this story perot and it broke right before the woman at the centre of the whole thing the whistleblower tina powell wrote like an explosive tell all book which i immediately you know downloaded on kindle and it was a very quick a disturbing read on like that next weekend when story broke i thought he would be kind of the story that like sports talk shows and radio shows would be talking about all the time because it was dairy salacious and involved a hall of fame coach um but he aptly stories that it just never kind of picked up that traction i think part of it.