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"today show people magazine" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show
"Hambly Hey Greg. Hey Chris Greg Hey Greg Greg was a ton of trades at the NHL Trade deadline this year more than I expected. Probably because of parody. You know the playoff races being so tightly packed yet much to my surprise not a single trade involved a minor league Zamboni driver solidifying someone's goaltending battery. What is up with that? I think The gyms are asleep at the wheel right now I think Zamboni wheel zamboni wheel goalies are. We can't begin the show without talking about the biggest story to hit hockey since what out. Foster Scott Foster. Probably the Glorious Song I don't know so. What was the last hockey story to get on the today? Show Leyla Anderson. Probably and you know what's interesting about it to me. I mentioned Scott Foster. Is that happened two years ago and one of the more interesting things the way he handled in the blackhawks handle is he got all these requests. He was asked to go on Jimmy Kimmel and the Today Show People magazine. And he turned it all down because he wanted to be about the franchise throat. Meanwhile Dave Ayers technically property of the Carolina Hurricanes Right now. We know they don't say Tom. I'm going to rename top golf. Airs Ball David Errors. Of course is the forty two year old goalie from Whitby Ontario pro previously experienced in the Allan Cup Hockey League where he played for the Norwood Vipers. For Eight Games He was the is the Zamboni Goal Zamboni driver for the Toronto Police H. L. Affiliate the Toronto Marlies He became just the third emergency goaltender in the modern era to play in the NHL when he went out and played for the Carolina Hurricanes against the Toronto Maple leafs on Saturday evening the marlies Zamboni driver playing for the enemy and You know he beat the leafs as everybody knows but are you surprised that the like the hurricanes if there was any team in the league where I was like. This is a team that could play that. Well in front of Amateur goaltender like maybe Dallas would be the number one. Maybe the islanders would be just by the systems they play but Carolina basically saying you. Don't get the PUCK ANYMORE TO THE TORONTO. Maple leafs was something. That was entirely predictable in this. In this scenario my opinion I don't think the hurricanes got enough credit for this guy getting the win one hundred even like after the Game Rod. Rod brindamour comes into the locker room. Talk about how the team played in front of that guy for that guy. Four David eyres eight. Which is an incredible thing. And you know what I was just talking about. Who Remembering when his team had a goalie. That didn't show up. She showed up late so they they had to play six on five. Like we couldn't score a goal on the empty night. Even I mean it's amazing. How the mind works how. The effort level works in that Carolina Hurricanes team. You can't say enough about. I Mean David. Eyres only had eight eight eight saves on ten shots. I mean you know you put a lot of guys in the net with a a modicum of of skill In the position and have that performance in front of them. They're going to have some success so all the credit to him for stepping in there and getting in front of pox but man that I mean Jake Gardner was just laying out out there. I mean it was unbelievable to watch imagine if Michael Hutchinson head that Michael Hutchinson now property of the Colorado Avalanche. Because of course we're going to talk about the trade deadline. But you know I think the reason why this story resonates with so many people is that in the little child and all of us. It's the dream of a fairytale at forty two years old. He's the second oldest player ever to make his. Nhl Debut. And I guess just to put a tie on this as we get into the trade deadline talk. Think BACK TO MEETING SCOTT. Foster one year after his big day where he was the accountant. Ben Saved what was it? Fourteen minutes of scoreless hockey for the Chicago Blackhawks against the then mighty would peg jets and you know he didn't do any interviews for a year and he said at one point. I called it the incident and I had to tell myself just because you take advantage of an opportunity doesn't mean you can enjoy it so I'm just glad that day there is enjoying and enduring with all of us because we all seem to be enjoying it to lasting emily. You and I've talked about this team a lot this year. They of course my cup pick. Sorry can you speak a little louder my cup? Pick not the Allan Cup of mind you the Stanley Cup against the Vancouver canucks in the Western Conference final. Hopefully oh because as you know. There's nothing I want more than an all Canadian. Final love it. How is this crushing to the point of no return are they? Is this the ultimate harbinger of irreparable psychological damage for the Toronto Maple leafs because you had people claiming that although the leaves blue considerable lead to the Boston Bruins in a game? Seven that eliminated from the playoffs. One year That this actually is the worst loss in the modern era for the maple leafs What say you what is indicative of how horrible things are going to go or are you more like me? A rational human who sees a team still in playoffs spot. That merely has to finish above a Florida Panthers Team. That looks as aimless as the leafs often look. Is this harbinger of doom. Or just the hiccup along the way for Kyle leaves as per usual with you greg. I'm somewhere in the middle. Look I do believe that. Not Enough is being made about the goaltending situation because he noted many times which is correct a lot of times. Why coaches get fired. Why teams fail because the goaltending fails them. Yes losing their best defensive player for a long period of time has not helped them especially because of the team defensive deficiencies but really. This is a team. That doesn't have an identity when they're not on the power play when they're not like they're really good off. Fast breaks are really good in transition. They just can't quite find a rhythm and I looked to what Kyle Deuba said Monday afternoon to reporters and he's talking about the inconsistency consistencies and he says I'm not gonNA come up with BS and save some magical solution I think that's it he's exasperated. He doesn't know what to do. And I don't think this team has it this year They just don't have what it takes to make it all the way and I'm like look math boy. It's your job to come up with solutions. No you hit the nail on the head. Their identity was score bunch of goals and have Fred Anderson Belgium out and then Freddy Anderson Stopped. Bailing them out when the score goals doesn't matter so now you're right they don't have an identity because that was the identity all right. Love the leafs. Although we'll probably re revisit in second because we are going to cover for you the ESPN and Ice Listener. All thirty one. Nhl Teams at the trade deadline live from Bristol. Let's.
How Zamboni Driver Helped Carolina Hurricanes Win Big Game
"We can't begin the show without talking about the biggest story to hit hockey since what out. Foster Scott Foster. Probably the Glorious Song I don't know so. What was the last hockey story to get on the today? Show Leyla Anderson. Probably and you know what's interesting about it to me. I mentioned Scott Foster. Is that happened two years ago and one of the more interesting things the way he handled in the blackhawks handle is he got all these requests. He was asked to go on Jimmy Kimmel and the Today Show People magazine. And he turned it all down because he wanted to be about the franchise throat. Meanwhile Dave Ayers technically property of the Carolina Hurricanes Right now. We know they don't say Tom. I'm going to rename top golf. Airs Ball David Errors. Of course is the forty two year old goalie from Whitby Ontario pro previously experienced in the Allan Cup Hockey League where he played for the Norwood Vipers. For Eight Games He was the is the Zamboni Goal Zamboni driver for the Toronto Police H. L. Affiliate the Toronto Marlies He became just the third emergency goaltender in the modern era to play in the NHL when he went out and played for the Carolina Hurricanes against the Toronto Maple leafs on Saturday evening the marlies Zamboni driver playing for the enemy and You know he beat the leafs as everybody knows but are you surprised that the like the hurricanes if there was any team in the league where I was like. This is a team that could play that. Well in front of Amateur goaltender like maybe Dallas would be the number one. Maybe the islanders would be just by the systems they play but Carolina basically saying you. Don't get the PUCK ANYMORE TO THE TORONTO. Maple leafs was something. That was entirely predictable in this. In this scenario my opinion I don't think the hurricanes got enough credit for this guy getting the win one hundred even like after the Game Rod. Rod brindamour comes into the locker room. Talk about how the team played in front of that guy for that guy. Four David eyres eight. Which is an incredible thing. And you know what I was just talking about. Who Remembering when his team had a goalie. That didn't show up. She showed up late so they they had to play six on five. Like we couldn't score a goal on the empty night. Even I mean it's amazing. How the mind works how. The effort level works in that Carolina Hurricanes team. You can't say enough about. I Mean David. Eyres only had eight eight eight saves on ten shots. I mean you know you put a lot of guys in the net with a a modicum of of skill In the position and have that performance in front of them. They're going to have some success so all the credit to him for stepping in there and getting in front of pox but man that I mean Jake Gardner was just laying out out there. I mean it was unbelievable to watch imagine if Michael Hutchinson head that Michael Hutchinson now property of the Colorado Avalanche. Because of course we're going to talk about the trade deadline. But you know I think the reason why this story resonates with so many people is that in the little child and all of us. It's the dream of a fairytale at forty two years old. He's the second oldest player ever to make his. Nhl Debut. And I guess just to put a tie on this as we get into the trade deadline talk. Think BACK TO MEETING SCOTT. Foster one year after his big day where he was the accountant. Ben Saved what was it? Fourteen minutes of scoreless hockey for the Chicago Blackhawks against the then mighty would peg jets and you know he didn't do any interviews for a year and he said at one point. I called it the incident and I had to tell myself just because you take advantage of an opportunity doesn't mean you can enjoy it so I'm just glad that day there is enjoying and enduring with all of us because we all seem to be enjoying it
"today show people magazine" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Opening for me about public five. I decided no memory of that so I thought when I heard Tom Werner say that or anyone riot anyone say how do we know about Cosby? I believe that was. How would anyone know about this? But you didn't realize it was literally one. I forget her name not Andrew Concert and the other one. That was doing a media tour. Well think about this. I would even say because it was a different world back. Then if the average American like say mom or dad didn't know about it in two thousand fourteen years on the show. Fine Tom Warner produced the cosby show. Of course there's no way he doesn't go. We'd have to be the first one to learn right. I mean there's no way that he wouldn't know that I'm not saying let's just play a game. Pretend to know bill. Cosby's a pervert. Which of course is insane. He didn't know the Cosby was on trial and settling in women. Were on the today show. People magazine is simply impossible. Either that or he's the biggest fucking either way's guilty. He's guilty of being fucking moron or he's lying. I think he's lying so of he is. He's walking come on here in refute that if like I mean we have his number to call them and you recently. Yeah a couple of weeks so habit or no no. I don't think I do you get rid of these numbers that's one you'd. WanNa keep no Chris. Let's give a call now awesome over. Sure other stuff you never know. It's funny when you hear about it because I remember when that The his comedy special came out called far from finished me. Nobody were watching it and I remember saying this seat. It looked like something where he's going to be dead in six months. Like the fact. It's who caused fall far from finished. And he looked so old and everything and then how bad was six months later. I was never. I don't like Cosby's comedy in general so I didn't. I don't even know if I watched in its entirety. Yeah I never thought it was a kid of course but you know it's just what you get a call. I can seem to me. I got a bunch of cosby questions. Were recording right now on on Barstool radio budget. Are you there win?.
"today show people magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"On this day I have kind of an interesting story for you guys okay well here it is here's the headline robin Crawfords book assigned for you about Whitney Houston is the only real account of a tragic life so says Roger Friedman at showbiz four one one he said and she's been everywhere yeah you dateline the today show people magazine shoes on Wendy Williams today told Wendy about how she and Whitney went to confront her at the radio because they started talking crap of water on the radio yeah and here's a Roger rates a song for you is the only accurate account of Whitney's life so far it's is true is it could be from Crawford's perspective he's not doing it for the money great all these years later by Whitney and Bobbi Kristina both tragically gone in Cissy Houston apparently is too frail to know what's going on robin is are we having it just covers Robbins experiences with Whitney which started it doesn't go beyond that they met when camp at what we do is seventeen he was twenty one nineteen or nineteen that's right and they had a real love affair that went on for two or three years until nineteen eighty two yeah Robert right so that's when robin says Whitney says now is a good part has to end but they still loved each other as friends and robin was part of Whitney's life really up and through till she got maybe a little bit past Bobby brown right and so they were still living together Friedman writes when he went to interview with me early summer of nineteen ninety because she's you know she's gonna put it out yeah yeah and he's writing for fame magazine do you guys remember that fame I don't you do down here a member for a magazine yes he goes to Whitney's gigantic house in New Jersey and he said how do I know I did this robin writes about it in the day he came when I was reminded of work mind any of it it's not a happy recollection for robin all the good news is we did remain friendly and Whitney and I had a pretty good relationship through good times and bad and here's what happened so the when he goes to interview here the gate thing had been rumored either been nationally it's been a problem for Whitney and robin writes in the book tabloids were all over them all the time and if this happened today a personal care home care but now is a different world in the eighties unless you were Elton John you currently have a career or soul was saddened Whitney didn't date any other women after robin so it was white you know she I'm try E. an idea but when they ended it they just became friends and robin like kind of became like a personal she was there's personal kind of security staff what are her goal for yeah they were lovers and I know she had relationships with men Roger said when I interviewed that day in nineteen ninety Eddie Murphy Jermaine Jackson in eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham were all in the picture and we discuss them as we walked about her pool at the end of the day as I was walking out I asked Whitney if she played any instruments he said no but she was thinking of taking up drums quote if they thought I was gay before what will they say now she laughed uproariously right I can see you're so clearly she was almost twenty seven and so young and fresh faced shoot look like Bambi with her is pointing out over a short hair cat she we had a beautiful smile robin was there Whitney's family was there he just come in from playing basketball right she had a basketball uniform run Cissy Houston was not happy I was at the house I didn't know what was going on I was just thrilled me to see who are backed up Aretha right the quote the made it into the peace that if they thought I was gay before what will the same now and our publisher insisted the cover line for the story in the magazine be the Secret Life of Whitney Houston it was the first time when he had been on the cover of a mainstream make with just the salacious it was very rare then for black people to get that on a really he he's writing I and the others have begged for that not to be the cover line but Greensburg who is eccentric and difficult insisted it would help sell magazine in October when the magnet magazine arrive Whitney's team was furious I would be a risk to records pulled their ads from Faye magazine for six months the article was otherwise very favorable there was no mention of any drugs all of that happening yeah they had lain though the headline is what people can find so robin writes about how this reporter Bradley was that story and I guess robin recalls in her book that she Whitney we're doing coke round the clock long before Bobbi brown came around and it took two decades and cover that it was Whitney's brothers who turned around a coke and she took to it like fish to water you can stop him and I guess robin is nothing but very honest about the progression of the drugs it was like a forest fire it just kept getting bigger and bigger and then she'd say you know I I'm gonna quit someday because I'm not ready yet and sometimes it seems like you it's like any addiction seems like it's under control the numbers back to life so he just said he writes this had it been a difficult book for her to write for one thing she she had to wait until sissy was out of the pictures are and I guess he must be very like not with that ranking since he didn't like her ever at all but she didn't like anyone Roger Friedman right she was a horrible to Whitney was very jealous of her overnight success after secede work so hard thing closely for decades robin stays out of a lot of the Houston family politics he mentions Pat Houston once improper passing and are the there might be one other person who could I write about Whitney and he doesn't wanna mention the guy's name because he's managed to stay you know you said as I remember Tonya heart telling us that but she knew Bobby brown way before he met with rates and he was really innocent and that Whitney was the one that turned Bobby brown on down yeah not the other one everyone thought but Whitney looked sewing job like get a whole yeah course it would seem like Bobby brown raise you Sir to the drugs but it was completely the opposite and I guess is the some other stuff we find out Robbins book about Whitney a field recording with George Michael who is also dead now things to drugs are re enactment of Burt Bacharach firing Whitney from the Oscars I didn't know what about that yeah endless stories of Bobby hitting with me very I Turner throwing things at her and her accepting it and also failed attempts at re hab and it wasn't lack a lack of trying almost everyone who knew about yeah was concerned and robin was at the top of the list but he's recommending reading the book it may not be the final word for anyone but it's the best possible way to frame the roller coaster short life of Whitney Houston in the truth yeah from inside yeah from someone who's got a lot of terror and world honestly about it because the drugs were white concert I mean that we have heard and also she respected she said I loved her enough to realize okay if we have to end our relationship I will just continue to love you because we did start out as friends and I saw and they met at a community center here before Whitney and been discovered or whatever and she just been singing in the church is just a boring interview holy cow listening to robin tax we played some of the cuts when you're out last week is just like help me help me help me yeah Oscar firing whether it quite a lot of stories about it and she was indeed fired by Burt Bacharach she he got so frustrated with her at rehearsal well here is as ninety and two thousand okay he told me he had to hit the road as she was flooding our songs as a she couldn't sing very well and he showed up for her soul quote totally out of it and after about fifty minutes east of that's it you're done you're out yeah I was spiraling at that time the space okay irate dining there you go okay let me go we do we have to go we've got some cuts to bring into the studio will be right.
"today show people magazine" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast
"You're listening to the gold digger cast episode number one hundred and forty two man. I am so excited for you guys to hear this episode. It serves as an amazing reminder that you can make an impact with not just your business and your title, but with your life and your story. And I couldn't think of anyone better to talk with than Caitlin Crosby of the giving keys. Now, I'm going to tell you the story of the giving keys because in this show Caitlyn breezes through it because we want to get to the real stuff, but what is so incredible about this company that Caitlyn began is the mission and so- Caitlyn started the giving keys. It's a jewelry company that gives jobs to those affected by homelessness. And each product carries an inspiring message like fearless, hope believe are inspire. And the wearer of that key is encouraged to embrace their word and then pay it forward by giving their product to. A person who needs the message more. Now, this product it's been sold at Nordstrom. Starbucks, Ron Robinson in over fourteen hundred other retail stores around the world. Not to mention that Caitlyn story in the mission behind the giving keys has been featured on the today. Show people magazine ABC world news with Diane Sawyer refinery. Twenty nine. The Huffington Post Cosmo politician. I could go on and on and on in two thousand ten Caitlin was chosen as a spokesperson for Oprah's favorite top ten charities at her. Live your best life event in as if that wasn't cool enough. She was also the recipient of Nelson Mandela's change makers award and was selected as Oprah's super soul. One hundred honorees. So let's be honest. All of that says a lot about Caitlin, right? It's a lot about the business she's growing. It says a lot about her mission, but before we got on the show, I said to kaitlin, you've answered these questions a million times, your story, your business. How it's grown. But what if we got to the heart of things? What if people started to see who Caitlin Crosby really is? And thankfully my friend accepted that invitation in. So while we breezed over some of these incredible things that I just listed this conversation is one of the most meaningful conversations I've had on the show because it goes to show you that no amount of followers, no amount of press no amount of features can define who you are and that story that you're living. And so today, gold diggers, I invite you in encourage you to listen to the beating heart behind the giving keys. And I am so excited to introduce you to my friend. Caitlin Crosby. Before we dive on today's show, I wanna read the review of the week. This review is written by halls two, three, four cheese says, Jenna has such a genuine way about her. You feel like you actually know her when you tune into this podcast, you're. You're not tuning into the gold digger podcast. Yet I highly encourage you to give it a listen. You will be hooked. So thank you all for being here. Today. Thank you for letting us have this conversation on air, and I cannot wait to hear what you think about my sweet friend Caitlyn. You're listening to the gold digger podcast where we firmly believe that work doesn't have to feel like work self-made millionaire and marketing guru. Jenna cooker will help you redefine what success looks like. It's time to hear from the experts. Listen in on honest conversations and learn the best tips and tricks that helped others pave their own way and craft their dream career. If you're ready to dig in, do the work and tackle your biggest goals, you're in the right place. Here's your host educator photographer, and MAC and cheese. Levered Janika tour guys. I am so excited about today's sponsor slack. Slack is a brilliant communication channel. We talked about it on the show before, and it is for all things. Business related, sort of like an organized instant message designed specifically for work topics and quick exchanges of information within your team. Slack is the communication channel of team genita- jer. We use it every single day and I don't know how. How we ever lived without it to learn why slack is irreplaceable in my business had disliked dot com. That's right. Find all the magic at slack dot com. Okay, guys, I am with my friend. Caitlin, it was so cute. I was telling drew who I was interviewing and he's just like you light up when you talk about Caitlin Crosby because I seriously do so thank you, Kaitlyn for being for having me your such a light, we play. We talk owes. Remember when we talk goes in LA it was years ago, but you have from the very first time I met you. You have this light about you, and I think it is so present in everything you do. So let's kick this off because this story, no matter how many times they hear it never gets old and walk us through the journey of the giving keys and how it got started in how it has transformed tremendously in the last few years. Well, for those of you that have the sort of the giving kimes all kind of maybe do it fast, so you won't get super board. Other things are going to be talking about later, so so the beginning will be given keys, but there's so much more to interview just wait. But okay. So I was born and raised in Los Angeles, and I grew up acting and my dad manages actors, and he manages in managed a lot of big people. And so I always grew up kind of visiting him on weekends, and he would always turn his office into his home when he would take really pool homes rooms into offices. And so when I would spend the night on the weekends, I would sleep in those rooms with all the head shots in the movie posters. And you know, always compare myself and, and you know, I retold wake up and put on like cover up in concealed just because I, I thought, you know, I was supposed to look like those images too. So the story of the giving keys before giving started, I started this thing called love your flaws, which kind of gave me the idea to start. Giving keys. So I was, yeah, I think I'm doing music and I was torn around touring for music in different albums in this and that. And Mike first album was hold flaws with Z, and I took, it's like my favorite thing I've ever done. This is video that I made the real style video. I want around into thousands of pictures of people holding up signs. That said, like, my cellulite is hot. I asked me is sexy, mccune, fried hair is beautiful chemicals or the new black cetera. In two thousand pictures of people, willing though signs in emergency stable, sold T shirts and keychains and everything that's lager laws on it. And then one day I was in New York, the hotel room key thought it was cool, put it around my necklace compliments on. It went to locksmith, had him in grave. Love your flaws on the keys, and I thought, oh my gosh, I should do you have other old keys. And so I had him in grave, hope. Nothing dream, believe fearless, other gays, jewelry out of them. The cuticle clippers intrigue. Him on tour and the disabled, and they started selling out more than my CD's and things a lot for buying buying all these key mecca citizen not mice abuse. My cities. Will really resonated with the words and then came up with this whole concept, get your word, embrace it, but then pass it onto somebody seal means more than you tell them to pass it on. Then as I should make a website made a website, and then I knew I wanted to go to charity ends. I waited to the missing link than I made a homeless couple on Hollywood Boulevard. They were in their early twenties, lived in a dumpster in a cardboard box, took them to dinner. I was thinking about giving keys at all. It wasn't like that wasn't my motive. The my motive was just like, oh, you're probably hungry and it's raining in your soaking wet food in like connect for humans, and we all need each other and and then had my Hamam in the middle of dinner. I was like, oh, the girl said she liked making jewelry, and I was like, well, you're the missing link to give accused you business. Can't. He was courageous lady, and then they said he asked him the next day once the locksmith by Ingraham equipment. Pepboys hammers are paying them the keys in alleyways and bad neighborhoods in the night started paying them to engrave the keys in every time we would. Making drug deals. Yeah. And then little by little, they start saving enough money to get their own hotel room to make their own apartment. So I was like, wow, this is is sustainable, really work. So now we've been able to employ over eighty people that are trying to transition out of homelessness by engraving keys. Now, all the other products we do with different inspiring messages that are meant to be worn for a season, and then you pass it on tape or the end. Oh, wow. I feel like I need to listen to that like on half speed. So. I can understand one of the coolest things Caitlyn about what you've created and I actually got to see this in action. When is with you, is you showed up for dinner. We all had keys on and at the end of dinner. I don't even know if you remember this, but the end dinner you passed on your necklace and it said faith and you pass it onto our waitress and you just kind of put it in with the billfold and left her a little note. And she came back out to our table and she started crying and she shared a story about her dad and their relationship and how she believed that they could reconcile before he passed away. And it was this like crazy story, but it was just it was so much more than just a necklace it was, you know, this message of hope for her and and it was just so cool to see you take action in that way because I think sometimes our ideas begin and then how they're executed can become very different things. And so what I love about the giving. He's is just the fact that you know enjoy it and then pass it on to someone who needs it. And I think that is like the most fun part and so fun to read the stories of that too. So how has it? I mean, the business has boomed since you started it, how has it changed just from where you started with just two people to now what you're doing and how big it's gotten? Yeah. Yeah, it's changed a lot. I mean, at the beginning it was as far as me personally, all kind of talk about, I think maybe even emotionally out it's changed for me the beginning. It was so fun to be free and creative and and that's how I've always been like, I just enjoy. I don't enjoy structure. Don't enjoy like being put in a box even when I was doing music or acting like it was always frustrating to try to fit into some like brand or a box or whatever I loved began to be creative and have the freedom to make every jewelry peace be completely different and be one of a kind, and you know, post, whatever on social media and is kind of, you know, put it out there to different stores in go myself different stores in give my own. You know the story in, do you want to help us get more people off the streets like? And it was just very kind of guerrillas. Style everything. And now I think I've grown while thank God is grown because we been able to employ so many more people off the streets, but it's like there has to be like infrastructure and like a business and like HR rules to kind of have it run well and to be able to scale that's been like really hard for me as a creative feeling all this pressure. Boxing, oh, now that I'm like, see, oh, I have to like manage people on Boston. I don't know how to do that. Like, should I wear more collared shirts or. You know, be this way or that way. And, and I feel like. You know, yeah, I just that's been kind of frustrating for me and delegating and letting go of so many things that I used to do, which actually starting to try to take back Mora like a used to do all of our social media and I and I loved it, but it was very like, do it yourself. It was like it may be wasn't the best thing you've ever seen. But it was like I like if he had an event, like I just wrote it with the pencil on a piece of paper and took a picture of it. It was, you know, you know, whatever it was. I disliked being kind of impulsive. Like I always say the things that annoy you or frustrate you about somebody or oftentimes like the thing that that is, you know their special sauce that makes them think of other really cool unique things. Like for instance, my you know that whole expression of people say like squirrel, like, you know, they have a date Boca's, wiggle. Like I am like the like that, so, but the fact that that is maybe annoying to maybe some of my employees like, but that is also the thing that started the giving keys. Because when I saw a couple, it was like swirl like I was actually leaving church and going to acting class and had other plans for the rest of the night. And I was like, wait, let's do this never mind. And so I changed my mind a lot, but that Megyn my mind, there was a thing that started the giving keys, and that is also a thing that is probably frustrating about me to work with. I think that that's such a good point though, too. Like I know when I started this whole thing, like I never saw myself as a people manager. I saw myself as like the visionary, the creative. And then suddenly when you have a team to support a team to send payroll checks to, and everyone is asking you all these questions which they need to in order to do the job, you hired them to your days are suddenly less creative and more structured, and all of a sudden you're not even doing the things that you started doing like, and it's this role. So let's kind of dive on into that because I think that we could talk about the giving keys all day. But I think the Caitlyn that I know there's so much more than the business. So tell me briefly how you would describe Caitlin Crosby without referring to the work that you do, who who. Ooh. Okay. Well.