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People on the Left Are So Angry and Mean-Spirited

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:16 min | Last month

People on the Left Are So Angry and Mean-Spirited

"I've been thinking a lot about the way people on the left are so angry, mean spirited, hateful, hurtful. So unhappy and if somebody they disagree with politically dies, they don't hold back. They just express their delight that somebody has lost their life. In fact, it happened with conservative radio hosts a number of whom passed away from COVID and the angry mean spirited left had a field day with that. They really couldn't contain their almost joyful reaction. To the deaths of loved ones. Somebody's loved one. Somebody's husband, somebody's father, somebody's grandfather. And my friend Joe Piscopo. That's always sounds fun to say, 'cause obviously he's a big deal and a famous guy and he's the morning host in New York. I've gotten to know him over the years that he and I share the microphone at a.m. 9 70. The answer in New York City, Joe, who is this gracious guy and he's this humble, gracious person. And a just a proud American, he loves his country, he's made it quite a journey from kind of a traditional, almost a blue dog Democrat to a very staunch conservative guy. But he's got this wit and this charm and this grace about him, and he always says that a lot of people on the left are just mean. They're just, they're just nasty. Tracey on our team, she pointed out, they're unhappy people, and they want everybody to be unhappy with them. And so that's what leads many people on the left to do something as mean spirited as celebrate somebody's death or say nasty things about them. Well, we don't do that.

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'Respect' Is an Earnest Aretha Franklin Tribute Movie

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:09 min | 4 months ago

'Respect' Is an Earnest Aretha Franklin Tribute Movie

"Is what you might call a bio-pics bio pic. It takes about the first. Half of. Aretha franklin's life dramatizes. It step by step as she builds her talent in her father's church and then carves out her place in music history. And yes as is common in films like this. There is trauma. There is a troubled family history and there is a marriage to a man who should never have been let anywhere near her career. In addition to forest whittaker and marlon wayans the cast includes audra mcdonald as aretha. Franklin's mother and marc maron as record. Mogul jerry wexler. Hudson performs a lot of franklin's hits including respect chain of fools and natural woman she also takes on the gospel and the standards and even more of franklin's enviable range written by tracey scott wilson kelly corey and directed by lisa tommy. It's a long and admiring

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This Is Tracie Lamourie and Her Gift

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

01:49 min | 5 months ago

This Is Tracie Lamourie and Her Gift

"Everybody welcome back. This is brandy j voices courage. This season is know your purpose today. I have with me an amazing award. Winning publicist she's the founder of the more media inc. And this is tracey. The maury and tracy please please tell me. I'm saying your last name correctly. Are you got it. Ll amaury and i answered all kinds of bursa a you got it. Awesome awesome awesome chasing. Thank you for being here. Oh not at all. Thank you so much revenue growth anytime. You don't tracy. I want to say you that. I find it amazing that you were founded on kindness. That's my big thing that i live by kindness empathy go. It's everything yup very key. Everything it really is. San wasn't alone that you're not. I know it can feel like it sometimes but but you got right. People are the bottom line. I've always said that from being an activist. Even having my own company is people that are the bottom line. You know not like money yes it is. Can't i feel like you can't run the world like a like a business business world but people will. We're not products. We are not being if people are exactly your frontline workers or customers your everything and you know and it's more than just that can look. I don't even think. I think when activists perspective. It's only recently that i you know got into the business lead ten years in the business world in terms of building a business but all of the platforms that have got. It came from me. Doing activists worth not trying to build a business empire. So it's been a nice

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"tracey" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

06:04 min | 6 months ago

"tracey" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Amazing and every day is there a specific self-care ritual that you do every day in order to be tracy cunningham. Make it out the door with your glasses and your phone and your bank. I'm such a mess. When i'm walking out the door set i'll say to my assistant. Can you believe how not together. I am in how successful out. I'm a fucking madison. Like oh my gosh fact that i can use even get out of the house. I'm so proud of myself sometimes. It's like a miraculous feat your success as it is. I'm never saying. No so. I'm constantly so what i'm saying is i'll get home at like twelve at eleven at super late at night. I've got to be out the door by eight. it's hard it's hard in no time alone to yourself. And i have a son. I've six cats husband fulltime job. It's a lot a lot. All of it is a lot. And sometimes i feel overwhelmed. So i'm proud of myself. When i get out the door and people are like you should learn how to meditate and you should learn how to do the a i was like you know what i just wake up in the morning and i thank god for everything that i have and i feel so grateful to be alive and bug him for so many things like all my needs and then and then i got on with myself. But i don't even have time and that's five minutes. And i don't even have time to meditate or do all those things it's like but i need to. I need to learn how to relax. I just bought a puzzle. Ooh i relate to that i learned. I went to transcendental meditation training. I paid a lot of money to do it. This was bit. Of course my son does it. I don't do it though. I was a total waste of money. Oh my gosh. I should get back into reshi. University of iowa. Wow yeah my son maxed it so he's really into it he's into he's just inch she'd like yoga and everything he's just he i don he does it every morning. The respect that he will live very long life because stress is going to kill all of us. Now he yeah. He's amazing shadow to max. Yeah tracy this has been such a delight. Please tell us where we can find your book you on the internet and i bet your books are full but if anyone out there in. La or surrounding areas is interested in having their hair done. Could they go to mesh and make an appointment they cut. I'm not really taking too many appointments these days because i have so many clients that that are needing to just upkeep and we're not a hundred percent right now so it's hard to take on new people you ever needed your color done. It would take you because you're so much fun. And i just sast. Since you're not my neighbor so i would love to see you in my chair wedneday. Well these routes aren't going to touch themselves up. Tracy you still love being read. Yes i see. I have to be a redhead. I it's deepened. my body. Okay but do you. Put the base on jupiter base on or well. I took my base a lot darker so this is actually my real hair color this oh i have childhood photos for you. Have any grey hair. Yes i'm about ten percent gray okay so you don't have too much gray this is. This isn't great to show you on the camera but this is little me. I have but my sister. That's my sister. Her hair is darker than mine. She's full-blown bruni and love it minds. Just a little bit lighter care and i. I had red hair when i was a kid. A wow you see the picture of of me and my sister grandfather. My grandfather is filipino and brown and my sister has jet black hair. she's brown. And then i had read air within hurls. Yeah and i was like tasty and white hated it so this is me in high school. Wow but that's but that's colored that read okay. Where's your awkward moment. Oh honey don't worry we use the mean girl. Are you joking. The opposite. I was extremely. I did really well in high school. I flourished i. I can imagine i was editor in chief of the yearbook. As i mentioned right. I was student body vice president. I did really well. We'll talk about it in your chair. Tracy okay eleven and your book is available right now. Everywhere books are sold. Yes true color just like the song. I sang honey. True color the essential hair colour handbook. I love the pictures. this book. personal question did your advance get eaten up by all the photos in this book. Are you kidding me. I paid to make this book. That's what i'm saying. Because i've been chatting about doing a book and they say oh you can't have color you can have all these pictures. You can have the photos. But they're expensive. Yeah and then. I was like did she have to get photo releases from every single one of these people and then i wanted to the back and of course yes you did. There are pages and pages that there was a photo editor. That was in charge of doing all of that. It's all yeah. It takes a village. It takes a village. Tracy thank you so much for being here. Thank you for having me. Everybody please retrace his gives you a copy and forget that you deserve to be happy. Yeah i'm talking to you and forget to cream your neck and keep your fridge fresh tracy do your creamier neck. It's so funny. This morning i was like. Should i ask my neck. Do i have time and i did. Yes she not only creates her net. Yes of course i. She masks her neck. That's another level that's exactly..

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"tracey" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"tracey" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"'cause it's mostly around the front and it sprinkled around. Yes you do become gray at some point but also but the other point in my book about bringing a photo in is you. Confuse your stylist if you bring in ten different photos and five of them are not what you want and two of them are in black and white and the other three are all different hair colors so then you go okay. So i've got five photos. She likes these two black and white photos and she likes these three colored photos in. They're all different. And you tried as a color is ice to try to be kind and try to work out in my head. What they were thinking. And i was like put them all in my brain in spit it out. This is what i think. And it's not always right. You have to bring one photo you have to decide. You can bring ten photos okay. But you have to decide which one you want to focus on because it's so confusing and you will not end up with the right hair-color. I just want some caramel caramel. What is carmel to you. Show me a photo. I wanna see what carmel is to you. Because carl to me could be light brown to me. Do you know what i mean. Sometimes people say to me. I want gold hair. I wanna be golden. I wanna be. I just want my hair to be so rich. And then they'll say oh wait. That's golden no. I don't want that in. They actually went ash. And they'll say to me. I wanna be a redhead. But i don't wanna be brassy. How do you put red zero. Not bradley show me photo. One photo photo. Why would i don't please. I also found it fascinating that you recommend to bring in a childhood photo of you slash a photo of a child hair. Children have natural bali aaj and lights. My little niece is four. And i said to my sister i go. Did you take her to. Did you take her to mesh. Who did who did that. Ball yardage and she's like no. This is just when it comes out and you also say in your book it's more satisfying youthful boost than bo talks when you have just a youthful hair color okay. Let's take take take track of your knees. Okay when she's about thirteen she's not going to have those pretty bellagio highlights anymore. And she's gonna one them go to school and she's going to feel pressure because all the other kids are getting highlights and your sister's going to bring her to match yes. It's just what's going to happen at least keep her away from my mom. Who would try to give her a prime in the kitchen. I then easier mama do a good job. Probably the diy years you trial by error is how we learn. Yeah but that's how we learn to. That's what i was saying when you're an assistant even though you're tired after working all day but you also have to go home and do glance no and practice in god people that read. It's practice on them even in the back when you get more into your book and and you get more into technique. I learned a lot just from that to of somebody. I don't call her my own hair now. But i did for a long time in my youth and i'm like oh using more than one color on your hair only doing your roots and putting laws on your to. I didn't know any of those things. It's exciting but we'll get to that. I mean i tried to make the book for everyone like it's not for colorist it's for the consumer it's it's also for colorist. Yes and again you did. The book is in gill sans which is my favorite fallen. Anybody likes fonts and he fought heads out there. A honey's let's talk acne we have all had acne breakouts or blemishes at some point and know how hard can be to navigate a skin routine for it. Well guess what..

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"tracey" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"tracey" Discussed on Natch Beaut

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Celebrity Colorist Tracey Cunningham Answers the Question: What is Olaplex?

Art Beauty

02:19 min | 7 months ago

Celebrity Colorist Tracey Cunningham Answers the Question: What is Olaplex?

"Is all plex. What made this so unique in terms of getting color and not damaging your hair. Okay so what makes la- plex unique is. I've been in the hair business for so long and there's never anything new and it. Ola plex created a brand new category. Okay and it's so unbelievable that nobody ever thought of it before The dean crystal went to the most fabulous scientist inventor and said. I need a product to make hair. Okay sorry back up so when you perm your hair. Remember how terms used to be so hot. I mean hello i did. It was not a good look for me. But i definitely turn herm her so hot. I mean so. They didn't want to wear their hair. Curly with would get a perm just for body. Oh i did the spiral and then do you remember it. Was ozzie scrunch spray. And the horrors of words okay. Oh yes i was thinking. I want to bring back the perm but how do i do it because now everybody has highlights. Okay just destroyed the hair if you believe each and perm do not do not work together. You're having a tackle hair note. Highlighted your hair. You are not a candidate for four permit governor. Here we're will melt off. There's just there's just no way around it so dean was like okay. Could you make me a product where it would protect your hair and you could earn their and of highlights and. He said that he could do it. Craig hawker he said you know what. There's something that that i've been thinking about. Since oddly and absence. he was like years old. How to protect the hair had a rebound the hair and he said. Why don't you come back tomorrow. I'll make some tonight in all and you can just come pick it up tomorrow. I mean we're dealing with the greatest minds of this

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"tracey" Discussed on Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

04:15 min | 9 months ago

"tracey" Discussed on Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

"Gemini cap gemini is an it consulting firm run by emigrants. They're all indian. They don't give a fuck about americans. They undercut americans on these contracts and then get their cousins visas to come into this country and undermine american workers. They've been doing it since the early two thousands with the help of the us government congress and bill gates who went in front of congress and said that he he could give bill gates that he couldn't find an american do his job because we weren't smart enough. That's why they bring it all these immigrants boatloads take. It jobs cap. Gemini is was the agency that was basically founded from that practice. And they had me my nigga ass a ten dollars less than first engagement and tell me. I can't make good on a promise. I made to my client outside of them. That i told them about the day i started. Fucked them man. They hacked me so bad and in the middle of the heck right because they were making. It seem like they were the fbi. They wanna be determine myself in. I was doing something that i shouldn't have been doing. And i'm explaining it on the next episode. It was something that involved facebook g mail and the largest insurance company in new jersey. And i did this thing where i posted a messy part of a message on facebook. The other part in my inbox and the hacker heads to the mets part. But i would say okay. The first part of this book and then the second part emma g mail now. The third part is coming. Now he thinks. I'm gonna facebook not put it in a notepad on my computer but because i'm being half i watched chrome tastic be installed on my computer. I watched someone take control of my mouth. I watched someone. Try to anticipate where i was going to post the next part of my message and it was a coherent message that was so incoherent that it was sort of like. They didn't realize what i was doing until i was done. And then i said obscene bitch. You can't judge me for what i did. You can't lock me up for what i did. I know my rights. Now if i'm wrong coming at me bitch you not the government. Your fucking hacker. some dick. The computer sat dow the hack was over. They never hacked again. One plus zero equals no was born. And i i just have to leave it there because the this whole obscene concept is gonna get me like it's gonna get me up to my phd program for sure. But it's the way that. I use that to rationalize what i do. And how i say certain things to certain people and it's such a religious statement that i feel like guard that fuels it right without being a religious person and you know where people hold up their bible or the koran as their you know moral or religious like justification i hold up opposite and you know everything emmy so with that said thank you got so much so much so much so much for tuning in and thanks tracy cbo which who episodes end to this podcast and i feel good. You know I have a little outlined..

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"tracey" Discussed on Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"tracey" Discussed on Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

"No copyright of him productions pro. So it's like one person one man. One human being plus zero guides among them equals annot opinion. O p one plus zero z. Equals e. n. N no does the first leg of my dissertation right. I wanna get into a here. But where fifty five minutes me explain. My shouts at tracey my editor and how she inspired me to create this podcast as a way to make her happy so she can see that. I'm out here trying to share my thoughts in rome readers but also go into in a way where also the share this thing that i'm working on a phd level and trying to get input on it. You know. so this is where things get a little more I guess a little harder for me because zinn was something. I came up with after left the largest insurance company and new jersey because they hired me for contract when i was finishing up postproduction on that independent film shot. I had to take a contract to pay for the post production costs. They hired me at thirty five dollars an hour and then offered me a fifty thousand dollar salary position. I said suck my. Why would i work for fifty thousand a year when my last professional salary position pay me. Eighty thousand a year note. Thank you our remain attempt for six months. And then go about my business. When i told this jew at largest insurance company and new jersey to suck my ass when he offered me fifty thousand a year he got so insults it he had been dead oven so he brought me back Six months later. I was hard up for money this now. Twenty six. i'm fifteen. I'm trying to leave. Jersey city and relocate philadelphia. He offered me a position ewing of the largest health insurance company in new jersey circa twenty fifteen and he reduced the rate to twenty five dollars an hour because at thirty five dollars hour i was working in a normal office support in five project managers but down. In a ewing office. I will be working pointing one portfolio or program administrator. So it was a lower rate technically. I will be doing less work. But when i got there i was doing more work for twenty five dollars an hour and then a jew who offered me fifty thousand dollars a year is now the pop up in the office shucking and jiving around me acting like his great resource but the whole while. I'm looking at him. Like if i was so great for my first engagement at the largest insurance company in new jersey while fuck would you bring me back at a lesser rate..

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"tracey" Discussed on Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

05:52 min | 9 months ago

"tracey" Discussed on Raw, Uncut; DOPE!

"So when a love of his life proposed to him the The guy said yes but no yes. I will marry you. But no not the way to japan's end. But i love you and the guy who did the proposal. He's not the l. He's in fact he's insulted that he's with a man who doesn't want to own him outright so he comes up with the plan when he proposed and got yes but no as a response. He came up with a plan to go to the guy's house for the next family holiday. Which was thanksgiving now. He lied to his fiancee actions. He went there to out him but when he get there it becomes apparent and at one that oh this guy is not the l. Everybody know he's gay but he comes from a black family. That doesn't talk about those things so every time it comes up instead of it. Being an open honest conversation it becomes a source of contention. Someone fights so when gets slapped someone gets beaten up every time sexuality comes up so now this guy who is out in about his family loves him accepts me who who are has family accepts him for who he is and he comes to this family's house for thanksgiving and he sees a situation that is so beyond him the only thing he could do what thanks to do was to call his parents to come thanksgiving too so love without limits. Is the story of how this deal. Guy dylan was outed by his lover nathan and with the help of maintenance family and dylan's family. They merged families and one. Thanks giving and you know it was supposed to be fun. Because there's like a fight scene and in his sex scenes like i said i wanted it to be gay is how and i said in my next projects. I wanted to do nudity. You know not. Because i worked for a porn company but because i felt like if they're gay hell i want gay to be all in your face dick and balls type. In your base nazi. I just wanted that should the gay. How yom so love without limits was a beautiful script. It i mean every act. I i just loved it loved. It loved it and then the next thing i know you know i have the right of third story a third script. So there's some there's love without limits and then there's this story right now i have to set the stage for Before i even get into it by saying this is the story i wrote. That taught me that i wasn't gay. You know because it's not against story. It's a queer story below. Gay queer isn't the same thing. No less unpack the lgbtq spectrum. You have lesbian gay bisexual transgender and you have queer queer simply means it can mean a number of things multitude of things but in my context it means that i'm non-conforming. I have been married before. I didn't have to think about a man to be my wife. I love my wife. She's nigerian complexion of mine. You know. I love her. Like i love myself and it's crazy because talking about the trauma of my childhood. I also put a lot of baggage about color. Ism on her. Not wanting kids so soon. Because i knew my kids were being are gonna be created and color resum driven world. I didn't want that for my babies so she wanted kids. I want kids you know. She wanted to traditional family. I wanted to move back to jersey city and do grassroots community development. She was like no..

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"tracey" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters

Rapid Change Matters

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"tracey" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters

"Is a little bit tonight. A long conversation with the other because margaret about confidentiality. You can save me for genital warts. And she was totally agreement with me. Why may it was forty five cherry brooklyn like hey might walk right. Yeah she does. She said she's a friend of yours. I i quite agree. I quite agree. There are a lot of very outspoken people in the industry of hypnosis and it a thorough often on forums all over the place giving out pieces of advice and often advice to people who just starting out what would be the w- a important piece of advice you would give to someone who is just starting out other than the obvious. Join the n. T. h. I think just starting out. Actually i think i would hate that. They have support from their training. School and the support didn't suddenly stalk as seen as they laughed and my biggest bit of advice would be to get soup. Lonzo gina life is the equivalent of having work wife or husband. And i think that if you start out with a supervise and you stick with that seek finds they grow with you and they get to know you. Perhaps how you things like when you when you have that relationship that grows together things like the transference within the relationship and the counter transference when you're with clients and your if you get kind that doesn't feel good enough quite often Therapists can take that with the transference and counter transference perhaps northfield good enough as a therapist and so all of these hidden subtle movements around the therapeutic relationship can be really helpful to explore extending with supervisor. And i think in the mainstream supervises all we'd undefined. Just how how helpful it can be. We've been practiced on his. Someone wants to go round. I govern getting a supervisor. How could they do it. Wow f- we have a link on the ncaa fo- finding a and everyone is qualified in supervision that there were lots of people outside the hr qualified as suppplies as well. I wouldn't recommend that. Perhaps he wouldn't have fuel training school shooter as a supervisor because that she very different roles one is advisory one is sportive. And so actually. If you take your training chief chair as a supervisor that always going to be a teaching low rather than getting you into a growing space and i think the yeah finding somebody that you resonate with a bit light. What we say to people finding therapists find that he pass than that will bring out the best in the. It's really interesting. I really liked that i. I've really enjoyed our time together. It's been Well now the word for its base been magic off and Now we'll put all the links below this episode On the rapid change site of the ncaa ch and any other links for the recommendations that you've made certainly books like urban. Your will find the books of make it already easy to get access to them. It's been not just An enjoyable today but many of you who are listening know that we've had a lot of As well on this recording and recording work sites been Been great chatting. Tracy and already enjoyed getting a little bit better if this period as well. So thank you for being part of this rapid change compensation. I hope you enjoyed this episode and if you did one not share it with anyone you think might be interested uneven head over to itunes to give us a glowing review. You'll find more about what's coming up on. Facebook page facebookcom forward slash rapid change matters hyphen podcast. And of course you'll find all the links related to this episode. Plus those upcoming live events that will help you. Hone those changes skills..

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Tracey "Africa" Norman reflects on the start of her legendary modeling career

LGBTQ&A

04:36 min | 10 months ago

Tracey "Africa" Norman reflects on the start of her legendary modeling career

"Something that i think is so interesting and special about. Your story is the number of times throughout history that someone has been outed and lost everything. We don't know their name. History doesn't remember them. Are you surprised how well known. Your story is and has become from the very beginning. I've been shocked about it. And the interest that has grown to wanting to know my story in the beginning. It's been overwhelming but i'm kind of Not getting used to it. But it's still surprises me. I mean i have a long list of reasons for why i think your story is special and why still telling it but i just wonder how do you think about your impact and why it matters. I because of A lot of the girls like me or now in front of the cameras. Like on television and writing singing and modeling. And they've all congratulating me by being the first but to be clear. I never identify with transgender. The term always identified as being a woman. I say yes so. I i i mean i understand the reasons why they are advertising that they're transgender in my generation. I couldn't oh so you're saying that back then you could not use the word but you're not saying that you don't identify as trans now. Is that correct yeah. I don't i identify as trans. Always have done a bite as a lot of being a woman. Oh i see. It was new york mag and The london times and mary cliff south africa That put the word trans and attached it to my name. I i mean. I am publicity for it and the interest that it that it drummed up but i made that very clear in every interview that i never identified as trans but as far as getting interest that it drunk i totally get that allow because i consider you an icon and trans history. And so i've actually never heard that you don't identify as being a part of the trans community. Yeah i mean. I i understand where you're coming from so i mean i don't have the people using it. I'm just saying me personally. I've never identified with the word tran or or being tran. I guess because of the time difference. And and i didn't grow up around gay people. I only had women around me still being shy child. I mimic my so after women. I've watched how they talk converse with each other having wall cavity that you know. I was just enthralled wink. Femininity of of a woman. And that's what i wanted to be. Oh i see so when you were outed. I believe it was was it. One thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred seventy nine. Yeah it was a time for acid magazi- route so your outed in your professional life so then also transferred over into your personal life as well my in my professional life the date in my personal life not per se because Not my mother was always there. I've been her her oldest daughter since i was born. She always knew that she had a special child. She was mind. Remind me of that. In fact our conversation would either be in the car or we're walking the dog together or meeting at the dinner table laughing and joking. She would just stop and periodically. Tell me her words would be tracy you born before your time and all of those years. I never understood what that meant. Until until i was reached out for my story and when clairol's me to another three year contract then i realized what my mother meant by that because by that time the other trend girl were out in themselves and the reason. Why because that prevented anybody to have a secret hanging over their head. Which i did so that gave someone power over me.

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"tracey" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"tracey" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"A my first question really ed's Where did you come across tracey emin for the first time. Can you remember. So i came across tracey ullman just purely by accident. I was working in a cool center. So i guess to add some context so i am a graphic artists. Now i have spent seventeen years working cool since i went to university affect seven which he invested quite late at. Don't going to correct myself out. I'll have to stop saying. I went to university I wanna keep encouraging this narrative. The if.

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Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season

"So it's the injury everybody's talking about but with clay sadly you gotta specify which injury you're talking about. Are you talking about the one in game. Six of the twenty nine thousand finals. The last time we saw him play a game or the one suffered earlier in the week. Which is an achilles tendon. Tear he is now out. It could be if the calendars right two and a half years between games. We're looking forward to having him back at the start of the twenty twenty one. Twenty two season knick. Fidel has been all over the warriors for years and he joins us on the shell. Pennzoil performance line nick. Good morning first thing. Just the response in and around the organization on the news zubin. Everybody's just depressed excited leading into the draft. And in the fact that wiseman was there at number two he was number one on their board and and they were just really looking forward to having steph klay draymond and then plugging in wiseman and seeing what we can give them and then they range of emotions in those couple of hours before the draft and then after the draft they really couldn't even celebrate. Everybody was so sad about clay. I mean he is the guy behind the scenes with all the star power in that locker room that sets the tone for everybody else. And that's why kerr and all those players they love it and so to know that he's going to be out again for another year which just crushing for. Everybody involved nikki. Give us an insight. Into how bob myers and company dealt with the news of klay thompson literally hours before the nba draft that make their decision challenging more challenging looking at other guys like lamelo ball considering he was going to be available. Jay bob address that right afterwards instead. Look wiseman was our guy if he was there we were taken him and obviously if the emotions involved right before the big or unprecedented we. We really never seen anything like it. Before where a star player who has won titles in an organization gets another serious injury right before you gotta make a huge selection for your future but all along when you talk to people in the organization they love what wise men could give them and they're confident that once he gets into their system playing and learning alongside draymond that he can be maybe that bridge or potentially down the line Tracey's nobody knows for sure but wiseman all along was their guy in. I don't think anything that happened with. Clay change to focus when he was number two

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Biden Town Hall could be held Thursday in Philadelphia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Town Hall could be held Thursday in Philadelphia

"Two presidential debates has been thrown into uncertainty tonight as the Biden and Trump Campaign's offer dueling proposals from moving forward amid the president's Corona virus infection in the debate over the debates, President Trump says it's either in person or he's out. No, I'm not gonna waste my time on a virtual debate. That's not what debating is all about. You sit behind a computer and do it debates ridiculous. And then they cut you off whenever they want with the covert infected commander in chief. The debate commission unilaterally decided next Thursday's town hall, with questions from actual voters would be done remotely in order to protect the health and safety of all involved. Now Biden will participate in a televised town hall on his own. That is CBS News. White House correspondent Ben Tracey and Joe Biden's Town Hall is a week from tonight on ABC knew this evening. The

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Salish Lodge & Spa to reopen after COVID-19 outbreak

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Salish Lodge & Spa to reopen after COVID-19 outbreak

"To reopen after a code 19 outbreak. However seventies, Tracey Leong has details at least 23 workers and two guests tested positive. The lodge released a statement saying out of an abundance of caution. It's staying closed today, but they do expect to reopen tomorrow. Officials shut down the lodge last Thursday at the University of Washington and outbreak

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Security guard steps in, thwarts sexual assault outside Seattle Capitol Hill apartment building

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Security guard steps in, thwarts sexual assault outside Seattle Capitol Hill apartment building

"The quick actions of a security guard may have saved a woman from a sexual assault in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Tracey Baker is a security guard for iconic global hired to protect the residents of the win Tony Apartments, Baker says he saw a man sexually assaulting woman outside the building and rush to help. He went out to the street right here actually grabbed him actually lead him back to this gate right here. Baker handcuffed Thomas Williams until police arrived. Prosecutors say Williams hit the woman. And tried to drag her into an alley. Williams denies the allegations. His bail was set at $10,000. He's due back in court later this month. Developing

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Fauci responds to Woodward reporting on Trump: 'I don't recall that at all'

Jay Talking

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Fauci responds to Woodward reporting on Trump: 'I don't recall that at all'

"Trump is defending playing down the seriousness of the Corona virus. Even though a new book by Watergate author Bob Woodward's shows that Mr Trump knew how dangerous it actually wass at the White House yesterday, the president said he did not want to get people scared. The fact is, I'm a cheerleader for this country. I love our country. And I don't want people to be frightened. I don't want to create panic as you say. Maurine. The book from CBS News correspondent Ben Tracey Woodward also writes that Dr Anthony found Ji, the nation's top infectious disease expert, called President Trump's leadership rudderless, said his attention span is like a minus number, and his sole purpose is to get reelected today felt, she said. She doesn't remember saying any of that. You know, you should ask others. I don't recall that at all.

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Solving the mental load  update

Ladies, We Need To Talk

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Solving the mental load update

"When we first spoke about the mental load on this podcast, there was a fringe cartoon cold. You should've asked that was going viral. It explained the mental load with such clarity that when I first saw it, my reaction was fury. I wanted to. Shift to the ground. It showed a woman with a baby and a hapless male partner who was kind, but needed to be told how to help and it so familiar. So common. So exasperating and so profoundly unfair. Journalist, Tracey spicer new. What I was talking about. It was an absolute lightbulb moment for me, I sir, Clementine, Ford's facebook page. I share with everyone and I knew that went viral swear words and it happened in the time when I realized that my life with my wonderful husband who's fifty fifty with the housework fifty, fifty with the childcare, but it was just the little things. I'm always the one who organizes school holiday care or who takes the time to look after the kids or rangers everyone's Christmas presents or birthday present in his extended family and my extended family. So after reading that I, decided to go on strike in the household so he had to do it drove him Berserk. He said this is crazy. Such little school holiday cared Australia. I said now you know my pain. Jenny talk about the mental load in your life. I think when I saw the catching was like, oh, no added that to my mental learn. About. How often I think about the mental load? That's Jenny Leong amp in New South Wales Parliament I was very lucky and I consider it to be like that. My partner was able to access paid parental leave. So he was the primary care for a significant amount of time and in that case he did take the mental Lloyd and a lot of that was then there that the what's interesting is once we're both Both. Back at work where the default position falls back and the expectation of WHO's supposed to know those things to me. Then you feel like part of it is also all of my being bad feminist because of that because I think then adds another level to it to how much you should make a deal of this or not I noticed the gender dynamic with my. Friends that are in. Relationships, they're both men they quite comfortably into stereotypes, gender roles that old without all of the challenges and the. Doctor Leah. Repent on a lecturer in sociology at the University of, Melbourne. She racist as domestic labor, and this idea of the mental load is her field of expertise. I'm going to start and say a little bit controversial. Say That everyone actually carries the mental load. So some portion of your mental load may go to thinking about your career. Some portion of it may go to thinking about your family and some portion of it may be going to thinking about your personal life and the differences, the balance across men and women. So you could imagine men are spending a lot more of their mental load thinking about how do I advance my career thinking about the day to day challenges of work. That is a very different mental load than who is going to pick up the child from daycare. or WHO's GonNa Organize School holidays or who's doing the housework wise. House a mass. And one leads to economic outcome, career mobility and one is just unpaid sometimes recognized sometimes not recognized labor. And I think that's really the difference. How do we shift the ratio? Definitely does seat more with women the. Yeah, I, K-. So we're all in agreement about that. Absolutely. Absolutely, the balance in terms of unpaid in terms of thinking about the experience is disproportionately shouldered by women. Yes. Absolutely. Once, you get your head around the idea of the mental load. You start seeing it everywhere in the lives of your friends, colleagues, your mother, your self. It. Happens to women in all walks of life and age and six urology, but it seems to hit hardest when there's a baby. So. Now, we have a name for the mental load. But. The problem is naming, it doesn't make it go away. As I was sobbing thinking. I used to be able to manage employees teams. And now I'm too overwhelmed to even manage a grocery list. And more importantly. How did I become the default for every single child care and household tasks for my family? It wasn't supposed to happen to me. This is a road ski shades La, and she's written a book called Fairplay, which is all about fairly distributing the mental load aves marriage nearly ended when her husband center, it takes saying. I'm surprised you didn't get blueberries. She was furious at the assumption that she had gone from high powered lawyer to full-time Default Blueberry shepper. Eight. Knew she had to do something about it? She says, there are a few ways to look the mental load. My favorite was a term from nineteen eighty-seven and American sociologist named Arlene Kaplan. Daniels. coined a term called invisible work. In why like that term so much is because that's the only one that had a modicum of a solution in it. Because I kept thinking to myself. Maybe. Maybe if I can make. Visible all the invisible things I was doing from my home and family for my husband, Seth? Maybe then he would value what I did.

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Trump concedes pandemic to 'get worse before it gets better'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Trump concedes pandemic to 'get worse before it gets better'

"Trump now says the virus will get worse. He was asked about that by our White House correspondent Ben Tracey is insane. For months, the virus we disappear, and now you're saying that it's likely to get worse before it gets better. If it does keep getting worse. Americans dying are responsible. I love the virus will disappear will disappear. I think that I always like to say as you know, either way, when you look at it. The governors are working with the I'm working with the governor were working hand in hand. I think we're all responsible. I view it as a team.

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"tracey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"tracey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Study 1079 time for the midday dance party, also known as the House of Retro Pleasure. It's bad filling in for Tracey. When she told me she'd be out. I was so excited that I got to do this show all your favorite eighties songs for the next 90 minutes on Sonny 1079 People. Scream. From a blind man. I don't want So slash Under pressure. You've stumbled into the house of Retro pleasure. Yeah, you open for lunch. Nothing but the greatest of the eighties while you lunch. Brown bags are welcome..

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Police unions dig in as calls for reform grow

1A

05:32 min | 1 year ago

Police unions dig in as calls for reform grow

"States across the US are in their second straight week of protests over the killing of George Floyd by a police officer many hope to see police reform they have reached a current though and that's often the police unions to talk about the role of police unions and the power they hold over reforms we have Booker Hodges assistant commissioner at the Minnesota department of public safety and let's bring it round the lord a police union labor negotiator former police officer and the former president of a state wide police union in Texas run thank you so much for joining us well thanks for having me we're getting a lot of comments from the moment given example one listener tweets it seems all other unions are under attack but police unions only gets stronger what accounts for this and then Richard tweets the left is finally realizing public unions make it very difficult to remove crappy employees teacher police if you suck at your job you've got to find another job these these questions Rauner kind of centered around what makes police unions different I think and could you answer that for us to can we look back to the history of police used to get the answer well sure and I think the I always call it kind of the duck billed platypus of unions they're in a union but they don't look like other unions and there's a big reason for that because of the nineteen nineteen Boston police strike it pretty much wiped out unionization in America until really into the nineteen sixties they do said paternal so ninety eighty five ninety percent of all the police United States do not belong to the AFL-CIO they have one chartered union and it's a it's a small percentage so the police were late getting into the labor firefighters had an international in nineteen eighty S. all the public employee unions construction units you know that some of those are a hundred years old so police were late to the game they were used in many times as strike breakers and picket lines and so they didn't gravitate in there tend to be conservative by nature so their unions look different but they're still just working people their blue collar working people who form the groups who have become adept at using the American political system to increase our wages and pay in for job security so I'm not ashamed to be in a policeman or representing the police they can only do in a increase their strength or get their message out it's all illegitimate nature so different than people that are anti gun and pro gun you know free speech no free speech in America everyone has a right to speak out on things so well of concern to their members we got this tweet Booker from Tracey Wheeler and she mentions what Ron just said about the fraternal order of police Tracy says the police union's name the fraternal order of police is symbolic of the fact that it operates like an old boys club officers who speak up about bad cop behavior are ostracized in this culture and I want to put this book or in the context of what we heard earlier from you lie at the the Marshall project who was saying that often times African American cops don't want to join leadership because they don't want to be part of that culture yes so yeah I think there's there are some differences between African American officers on what offices regarding union membership I mean mia love the vast majority of my career I was in the union I was a union president you know so I didn't have some of those issues but a lot of the other people I know who are in other organizations did have issues regarding how that they didn't feel that the union represented them or didn't defend them as strongly as they did white officer so I I I'm fully aware that that issue does exist within the labor unions run it sounds like you wanted to respond to that as well well that issue exist in America so you could say I'm a seventy two year old white man who grew up in the south where our view the world may be different than a black person my age who grew up different but men and women officers have different views about things Hispanic officers have different views are Asian awesome so that's in it in and of itself but you have to say policing in America is eighty five percent means there's been no woman firefighter president that I'm aware of any part of union in America ever so so we look at it and then we say yes but they appear to be older white men yes but there haven't democratic elections welcome back officers in America only about twelve percent of the police no less maybe nineteen so that's wrong but the pollution is not hurting anybody the city hires the city provides room recruitment in six cities were even worse off when it comes to female officers their lesson about twelve percent of the police which is half the number of Canada Australia and other European countries so thank you in that profession is eighty five percent median and whatever sixty seventy percent white means that white men tend to gravitate up 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"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

"And indirectly it's going to impact your world. That's right. The, the more impact that we can make in a positive way. Better on world becomes for Our Future I've already lived my life and the world that I lived in. I want to change and that's what I odd gassed. I might not know everything. But, I know enough to get out there and try to change the hearts and the minds of people and I want people to realize the experts that we are looking up to. Are they the right experts? The one night we should all. The people that have been in the trenches. That experienced it. This is our experts and this is where we need to start turning to. Hundred percent degree in. That's why in the podcast. I've been very deliberate in that I have brought on the experts, but also brought on people who have walk the walk and talk the talk. And you know in my future podcasts, I'm actually bringing on mums who have lost their teenagers to suicide. Because I Want I want I want my listeners might be was? To undestand you know what each post went through and walk guidance they have to offer and I'm hoping that it just you know people sitting there. They just have that moment where they go. Oh my goodness. I need to do something I always end my pot. When I'm on a podcast and they always say to me. What are you putting words and I have two things I always say sprinkled kindness everywhere. It does it costs nothing to be kind. and. My other thing I say is I want you to stop what you're doing right now to parents absolutely stop what you doing on you to go find your kid. And I want you to give up one minute of your life. Hugged them touched them sick with them lie in the bed with whatever they happen to do getting their personal space as much as they ll allow. And tell them how proud you are of them on how much you love. Them. And that that the best thing that ever happened to. I said you need to do that because you don't know what's going on in our world, and even if they push you away and say, oh, crazy what's going on? What's the matter? Walk away confident that. Something has started within about Luke warm glow that they know. Okay I'm loved because so many kids. Who've been there and come back from suicide have said They didn't feel they were loved. and. That's what I'm trying to impart to people. While that's a powerful way to end this episode. Tracy. How can people find you get involved with you in what is the main goal or that one thing you wish people would really do for you. So they can get hold me on my website www tracy max heal dot com. And if they just even press me in search, my website takes them to everything. But if you put me in search, it goes to my Youtube Channel Mike Course. All my social media connections. What I, what I like people to do is. To show kids how important they ought to them it takes. Ten seconds ten seconds. life is so busy, but life is also too short. So that's the first thing is to there and show up to their kids and a adult role model or mentor everyone else. For the work that I'm doing if you see something on my youtube video on my podcast that you like. Sherrod show with friends. You just press the button copy, paste copied the link tell someone you know you need to check this out. because. My aim is to make a difference and if what my guest deny on the podcasts say. If, one posted resonates within its help them in their life than we know our work is done. Amen, that's correct. Man You know and. That is a good ending. I WanNa thank you tracy for sharing your time with us everything I do is valuable and keep pushing on. Yes, what did they save lots of people keep saying and you keep showing up and I'm like, yes, I will. I'm here to stay. You're not getting rid of me that easily. That's right. People that was Tracy Max.

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"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

"They're trying to fight their way into adulthood. In You have to wonder that if They had had a good moral upbringing and the does not need to be religion even involved in that but just where they understand qualities of understanding and compassion and respect. Right. Would I'm hopeful that it would not lead them down that slippery patio can have those kids. That are going to go there because they do not have that support. I think what I'm trying to do with my podcast and with my online stuff is to try and tell kids. If mom or dad a not supportive. Has. To. Be An adult somewhere who who you trust in tune to and I'm also trying to send a message out to. Everywhere that guess what? It is your business you need to be involved in kids lives because you could be the catalyst that changes them and makes the difference you could save. You could be saving their life for not even know it. You could be set them on a pack. which is going to lead to really good things that we have to have these adult role models because you know it's the case right? It takes a village to raise a child but now more than ever. We need to have responsible adults that are going to be there. So a kid can go and sit with them and and talk about things. That's right. Role, model is very effective way. To Change. It is we don't. We don't see a lot of role models. And we need those because what's happened is our kids are using. The KADARSHIAN as a role model. Using actors and Sports celebrities now certainly many of them do have very good principles and You know what actively doing things to help kids but many of the others aunt and you know at the end of the day. E I shouldn't be going online unhappiness celebrity who's your role model and in your mental. It should be someone that you could actually meet with and talk to because we know that that face to face is so much more. empowering and rewarding than. An online you know twitter following. That's right. That's the thing we're lacking. You know a lot of the institutions that were built back when we were younger like the boy scouts the girl scouts. Always. Club. All of these institutions that were meant to help children. Well. Actually they've Bennett detriment here in the recent years in many different ways. So that's one of those things we have to identify. And protect those institutions. That develop, skills, for, our youth. As you know, you've gotta hit them young to start that change. Yeah, and that's why you're courses are powerful and all of your online. Aspects that these kids can just go on and listen. Y- you bombard with facts instead of fiction and hearsay, and that's very critical in today's world. And it's not easy sometimes standing up to some of those parents or like. I remember you told us in our first interview about when you went to those children and they opened up you. Individual that individual School. Yes and I think that was I. Remember telling you in the podcast that was the the light bulb moment that was my defining moment when after sixty three teenagers who I'd never met before had all come and shed that stories of what they were going through. It was to to really the catalyst fifteen year old girl who showed me her hands that she'd been cutting and told me that she just come home after her second suicide attempt and the thirteen year old boy. Who fell into my arms crying and asked me when would he escaped his rabbit hole? and. After tolkien with him, the counsellor came at the end of the day and told me I was wasting my time and he was a lost calls. And I thought. Here's an adult. Here is a trained counselor WHO's working with children and has turned around and told me that a thirteen year old boy. There was no hope for him. How how how tragic how horrific? It was it just blew my mind and that was the pivotal moment when I realized. Wow. These kids have no one. No one to turn to if they content that teaches in the content, the council when they already been invalidated at that point. So. We, know who did they turn to them? and. That was the moment that changed everything Prior to that my plan was to just go and talk about the book and Talk About Depression and all of a sudden. It was holy God. No Way if we have a counselor in the school is saying that a child is a lost cause we gotta change this now. and. It. It's it's a road that is full of brick walls because I've had a lot of. Hate mail a lot of threats. from I would say primarily, males who? Don't who do not believe I should be talking about this information and I think I mentioned to you. One of them said I need a good slop put on my apron, go back into the kitchen where I belong. I mean. Do you have to wonder what did I trigger in that person to elicit such a? You know. Because adults are adults fighting things that they, they experienced as a child and carried it through into adulthood. and. So yes sometimes what I talk about may hit home and bring things home very very clearly and many it's it's scary to go there. But JFK said. The younger generation they are our future. They are all hopes they are. You know they are the ones that could do amazing things and. Right now we are losing losing them to drugs. We're losing them to human trafficking we a losing them to suicide. them to the prison system. Yes. You know we need to step up and be there and it's not a case of what I don't know this kid I'm not family it does not matter be beat up person that they know they can trust and rely on be that guide inforce because you could change their whole world.

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"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

"People don't realize. That's our future, the US well and off a little bit about. Yes and so. When I when I first started. June, the Youtube video on the blog posts. It was obviously everything centered around kids and I think the biggest challenge that I've noticed is that. Even with all the information that's out there on the World Wide Web there are still many many people adults parents who do not believe for one moment that that child or teenager has a mental illness because they think it's somewhat something that an older person has. and. The statistics show that fifty percent of all mental illnesses show size and symptoms by age fourteen and seventy five percents show signs and symptoms by twenty four. Twenty four was a young adult. Brains don't even fully develop in a male until they're twenty four to twenty seven. And so. When I started put in the actual fact based the evidence based information. Out there that guess what Yes your child can have depression childhood schizophrenia. I think people were like Oh my goodness we didn't realize that. It was to those the due to videos, and then the comments that I I was begetting either through my website all through youtube. That Act, we decided my Martin team decided you know what we should go from online course. And It's actually getting back to its basics I. decided you know in order for people to understand. Let's actually talk about the brain. What is a normal brain? How does this happen because my aim also is to? Cure up misinformation and stigma right so much stigma. And It was through that it's eight models, but a go into a lot of detail which is easy to understand. There's lots of screen shots and videos and everything. So people can. Understand. I think what I wanted them to do was as parents teachers understand that. When your child or teenager exhibits behavior do not automatically assume they're acting outdoor attention seeking. Look. Look at the big picture but I also wanted to. interact. In each module I always say, and what can you do as a parent as a family member as a friend? What can you do to make a difference? How can you help them through this? How can you go and look for help It wasn't just a case of keeping information saying this is depression is like in kids this is the treatment they need. Now go and get the treatment. I actually wanted them to understand that. As a family, they can help the child or teenager and work through this and Become better not even better parents but a a better family. At the end of the day I think it's promoting. That is also promoted mental health awareness. and. How you what little actions parents can take that means such a lot. To the kids. Yeah a lot of parents. You know especially now we're seeing those parents become younger parents. You know I was on Youtube in I've seen. There are kids becoming parents now at the age of fifteen or ten. Yea, that just is overwhelming to my brain but my mother was like that. She started young and. With my family I have seen. What harm that can do? And I don't want a dish on anybody, but I don't know if. We should be promoting this teenage sexual. ISM, that is out there. you expand on your courses in any way with things like that. Are you going to touch moron some of these issues topics that are really hard for youngsters to understand about relationship and? You know taking time. How far are you willing to go with your courses? So the so the first coast that I've done with the eight models is is actually got into the basics of brain health. So people understand how important the brain is and how important mental health days, and it's giving them the tools. You know innate I've discussed. You know that we need to teach kids about failure we need to You know we need to cheat. We need to teach them that guess Wa Stresses Normal. there's good buttons, bad stress and teaching the differences and how to handle stress because now that we have a society where there's lots of helicopter parents. and. The parents thought bubble wrap that kids all believe that they're going to be very, very best friends. You're not allowing your kids to develop values and strategies and coping mechanisms that will help them as they go through life. and. So when they're. Faced with a crisis or challenge their life falls apart and I think this is why we're seeing such an increase in alcohol and drug addiction in kids and you bring up sexuality Unfortunately, social media promotes that kids should be sex sexually active at a young age. and. And then we have parents that than go and put their kids on. Birth Control. And lots of kids also equate sex with love and so if they're not getting love and support in their family unit, then they're gonNA look for it somewhere else and. That's where the confusion. We are allowing a teenage as to become adults. When they have a brain capacity that is nowhere near doubt. And you know we're exposing them to life situations and adult situations kids today I would hate to be a kid growing up because the social media thrusts so much at them. The likes of which you are I when we were growing up Never Abba dealt with and. Is actually sitting down and explaining to them. What is right? What is wrong? What is immoral? What is illegal and? They. Turn into their peers who will then give explanations which may or may not be correct and they used that the today Dan. Bullet their own opinion as.

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"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

"Thing. If if it's handled properly and the word. Yes. We could do this in a way. Where we can empower more people because of the lockdown isolation period. We are naturally people that want to engage. We need the young. And I think this time. Maybe this is a higher power telling all this. We need each other. So, there's always positive in negative if we look the right direction. Oh I completely agree and. I mean. For many people, they're not going through good things right now and you know they must be wondering how they're going to get by day by day. But I still think in the midst of all this. We have to just stop for a moment and look at what is good in our lives and you know what what brings you peace brings you joy. and. If we don't start reframing the experience that we're going through and trying get positives out of there when we do finally come out of this. But the negatively and of being very angry and volatile. A. Knocking to do very well when we get back out into the open. And I, you know I mean people already think that okay. Locked them will be over and life would go back to normal and I. Think people need to understand that life will never be as it was before that day. Too many things that happened and the certain. Things to protect our own health and wellbeing that we now have to implement until there is a vaccine and we don't know when that's going to be and then again. The vaccine many many people may choose not tap that vaccine and so they have to be very cognizant of how they can protect themselves. But yes, I'm. I'm hopeful. That this will change people I mean in New Zealand that coming off their `isolation in another week. They have certainly come together as a nation. Australia is getting there. Is Still I think they got him bad up but destiny still in a sense of turmoil. Canada. British Columbia and breach we have flattened because and we are really get in there but I think our luck was that when they announced everything. We we we all Kinda stepped up and did the right thing. And I. think that's reflected when they look across what's going on the rest of Canada. In the states you have way more people. Density of people and I mean I see on the pulse all the time? I see you know when you posting comments. Yes I. Think there's It's it's a little chaotic right now down there lots of people will say that because they don't have that strong leadership that's Kinda reassuring them we're going to be okay. Yeah well I. I really think there's a struggle in our leadership to find who is actually in control of things. So there's there's a lot going on with that. But, there's there's the certain things in America I just wonder if we are suffering from information overload. Danley. Where that information is coming from You know even I. I find myself getting on these websites. And only after the fact, I realized while maybe I should not have posted that information. So, if we can slow down and take a breath before we push the sand. Maybe, that's a good start place in. Learning, to, verify our. Information. That's another key factor will. Is Huge. Yes. And, I mean the honest Ed I, know where indirectly in the media with podcasting, but it is the media, her marriage, a some of the larger newspapers who have their online news. Out deliberately creating. More panic than needed and Also, they're inciting hatred doing site in. Negative liberty and. you know at a time like this what people are clinging to is they want almost like the Winston Churchill right that we almost miss. We want we want to Winston Churchill. We want a a Martin Luther King we want. A Nelson Mandela. At A not just even talking about the states in Britain. In the same position, we want a charismatic thoughtful person. And it doesn't even have to be like a president or prime minister but someone in the world who can give us correct information and will show us how to stand together. And encourage us and I think that's what people mess. I think you're absolutely correct there tracy. So many people are missing that moral guidance that Yom fus of hope. You know and we keep on looking. To politicians and. Maybe, we need to look someplace else I. Don't know. I? Agree. I I don't know who has the answers that I don't you know. That's why HAP- smart people the podcast so I can try to educate myself and I think the key is discussion you know more dialogue about all the issues in the world is very important. To educate other people. As soon as we know, this is the right thing to do. We should educate other people about that. That's part of what you do also. You do a online course to help yellow. And you call it a actionable training in insights. That so huge and what you're doing is you're hitting it to the youth. And a lot of.

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"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

"How do we find out turn how to connect in unify those podcasters? Have you thought about that at all? But now interest on the facebook, there are a number of. Different podcast groups. and. Initially. I did join them. It was mainly more to look for podcasts that I could be a guest on and it's actually through some of those connections that I've now reinvited them back onto my podcast because. I I'm very much type person who's pays it fall by I connected with someone on a podcast and story resonates with man is relevant to the kids I. Want a my podcast. But I think. The challenge is the podcasting. Again is is a microcosm of society and we get the good the bad nearly. as you know, ed from hit message I received. It it's it's challenging because. When we PODCAST, we want to share a message that is very important to us, and we want to try and make a difference. and. There are some awesome people out there that are doing good work and a very gibbon unforthcoming, and yet we have the others that very protective about podcast. In will promote themselves but they really won't. Do anything else to support other PODCASTS I always promote the podcast I always like I'm at home and I share on my pages because we're all in this together everyone has a message and we we just don't know who is listening at a given time that would or comment that someone makes will resonate with them and make a difference in their lives and that to me is the ultimate aim. It's to help them and to help make a difference, and sadly we don't see. We don't see that in society in with certain certainly will see that in podcast in as well because this is such. A unique group of people that podcast in. Yes it's all about the niche you know everybody has their individual ideas. and. I take a different approach to podcasting. I would talk to an individual on the streets or the president of the United States doesn't matter to me because I want to bridge that gap I want everybody to hear everybody's story, and that's unique to a lot of people they don't get that concept. And like you said earlier. Setting in listening sometimes as very hard to do. But. That's the key right there. Once we learn to listen to one another. Not, necessarily agree with each other but listening. That is when we can absorb truths in ways that we've never experienced. And I noticed you have a wide gamut of podcasters come on to your podcast. You've connected heavily with a lot of people and yet here we still have those. I call Ye hoops that are. Sending you messages sending you. Hateful verbiage. I find this. Just appalling, it's about the message to me. And that is. The importance of podcasting and especially what you're doing trying to change the lives of our young people. And the more we push that engage in educate. That's when we can start empowering. So Our. PODCASTING skills only get better. It's that challenge of keeping the podcast alive keeping it going no matter if it's a monologue or dialogue. and. The more you do it the more people open up to you. Social yes and I mean I I was very fortunate. The very the very first podcast that I. Did exceedingly well. In the numbers in because I post on Youtube facebook part being and then. I tunes and everyone else. You know all the different podcast directories Ho sites. And I was very surprised at the numbers we got, and then it kind of continued and fingers crossed. It's been doing really well it could be the it's the sign of the Times because with the Kobe nineteen and everyone is having to go into either lockdown all. Volunteer self-isolation maybe there's more opportunity for them to actually sit. Listen or watch. A podcast. I mean may be timing is everything sometimes. But I go back to what you said listening. Yeah. We I'm. I'm hoping the optimistic side me hopes that as we're in the midst of this chaos. that people will stop to listen more and hear the message and. become more educated. and. I don't know hopefully be be more open minded because I think one of the challenges that we're seeing. just out in the world, and especially as podcast does is people very rigid in thinking. and. Sydney got. To be cognizant of the fact that we all have opinions and just because I happen opinion does not mean it's the right one but we've we've seen to have gotten to take into consideration the. we make the world a better place if we actually listen to what each person has to say and. From back you know we can stop making plans an undisturbed and it. It helps us understand that not everyone is in the same shoes as you are i. Think we kind of we kind of. Forgotten about that and it's funny every time I I was on TV. And on podcast and talking about the work that I'm doing and saying and I kept saying the world will implode very very soon. I can feel it something. Is GonNa give never my wildest dreams did I think the change would be this pandemic? But it. It's like something had to give something had to happen to kind of get us to stop stop for one minute to pause. Breathe and think. Yes and that's interesting speaking of that. This pandemic, this covert. Thing that we are all experiencing together. I really think this might be a unification.

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"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"tracey" Discussed on Dead America

"To overcome. You must educate. Educate. Not only yourself. But educate anyone seeking to learn. We, are all dead American. We can all learn something. To learn. We must challenge what we already understand. The way we do. That is through conversation. Sometimes we have conversations with others. However. Some of the best conversations have. With ourselves. Reach out in Challenger so. Let's dive in and learn something right now. And always were lucky to have tracy Max filled with us. I'M GONNA, turn it over to Tracy Tracy just explain who she is and what she does. Okay so originally, I was born in Wales in the United Kingdom I, became a nurse, I moved Canada one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven, and I've lived here at sense. worked an enormous in right through until December thirty first two, thousand, nineteen when I took early retirement. in Twenty fifteen after four and a half years of experience in quite intense workplace bullying I experienced an acute depressive episode or a nervous breakdown. And ended up going off work and. It was probably the worst experience of my life a very, very bad depression multiple suicide attempts sucide ideation. Through what the healing process I ended up writing a book about my journey, and after the book was published I actually was asked to speak with some teenagers. And it was through the but that my new purpose, my new life Janina Call, it began I realized how to be at the problem of bullying mental illness suicide was so prevalent amongst children and teenagers and young adults, and so in twenty seventeen I kind of decided I was going to take a leap of faith. And see if I could be the voice for the youth. That led to my goodness, a monthly newsletter YouTube video with blog posts traveled to the UK Canada and the United. States. On TV radio and podcasts talking about my work. And in March this year I launched my own podcast engage educate empower. which has weekly guests and we talk about the like challenges date today issues that our kids face around the world. So we talk about Foster Care, drug addiction and adoption and human trafficking suicide bullying mental illness. It's we go through the whole gamut and ultimately it's to engage, educate and empower them. Yeah, and that's total different rabbit hole that you are jumping into in experiencing the challenges. We face as podcasters. It's a unique challenge in itself and on top of that. We try to like your podcast says, engage educate empower others. So. It's a blessing to have your podcast amongst the million on I tunes. That's for sure I know I listened to it. I encourage others to look that odd cast up get involved with that odd cast because it's changing lives. A little bit at a time that's the idea and tracy. What do you think about this podcasting journey so far? Well, it's interesting because when I started my new life junior say I went I have been on so many podcasts in fact, I think it was lost May when it was in Kansas that I went on your podcast America. And I believe this woman recording is my seventeen ninth podcast. So it's it's funny because I've become very comfortable and quite used to be in podcast guest. But when I decided to become a podcast host I was look at people had been telling me to do it for so long and I made so many connections the when I finally took that the buffet. I was excited but I was nervous because as you know when you're sitting on the other end microphone, a neo listening to your guests, the focus is on the guest and my concern was identified tolkien too much. It it's trying to find that balance. That you have equal back-and-forth contribution but I also think it's interesting when you have a guest on the Peretti connected with on before and you have a good relationship, I find the podcast goes very, very easily. And it's very comfortable and we have fun when I don't know the person and I'm just really had a bio sent to me. Sometimes it's difficult to make that connection. And I'm sure you've noticed that to a that's challenging because you you have to bring out the best in your guests and you want to share the information that is so important for for your audiobooks. That is a very big challenge. You know fitting with each and every guest because like you said, you want the full gammit involved to get your message across. So everybody. Can Be involved, and that's what podcasting really is about in finding that perfect balance not easy die I jump into podcasting. It was two thousand seven and I've been baby stepping from then on. And I still find it challenging and. Connections that's very unique. Each time time you connect you build a different sort of relationship. And new challenges come with it. But yet, you've got a whole new audience you're directing your message. And that's what I find unique. Now I've. Done a lot of monologue podcasting and that's just get me comfortable with the microphone. Now I'm finding when you go out interviewing that's a whole different challenge like you said, and that balance is not easy but. You have such talent, the ability to keep going. That's the key to a great podcast you're going to develop those skills. And those challenges will go away. The challenges in the mind. That's the one that I find challenging. You know you've put a lot of work into each and every podcast. You know really serious about it and I know. That's a passion of yours. So, we need to as podcasters support each other and I find that's not really prevalent in this podcasting industry yet, there's a lot of good people out there. Pushing good things. But the unification of podcasters? Really complete yet..

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Clutter vs Hoarding: How to Live Clutter Free

The Psych Central Show

09:47 min | 1 year ago

Clutter vs Hoarding: How to Live Clutter Free

"Tracey. Welcome thanks gave. Thanks for having me. I'm super excited. Well it is. It is my pleasure to have you so it. Seems like decluttering organization hoarding. It's everywhere these days about a decade ago. The television show hoarders. I think was probably like the big flagship but Home Organization. Just seems like it's really hit fever pitch. Why do you think that is you know? I think it's a combination of our easy access to shopping. So cheap. Consumer Goods Amazon delivers in the day. You can get your groceries. I like to joke without even having to put your pants on into cardiac liver right away and then also we live in such a world of visual bombardment. Pinterest instagram facebook. That does being sent these messages of how people think our homes are supposed to look you know before it just used to be a magazine a newspaper television but now it's like you see the perfect home on instagram. You see it on Pinterest. You see it on facebook you see it on the magazine you see it online. You know there's ten different channels coming out. You and I think people are really starting to take stock of how much stuff they actually have and how. It's not really working for them. One of the things that I noticed in preparing for this show is that you really talk about clutter. You don't talk about hoarding now. Is there a difference between hoarding and clutter or de-hoarding decluttering? How do you separate those two concepts? Hoarding is an actual disorder. I am not a therapist. I cannot diagnose it there couple of great resources online. If you're worried that you have cording disorder for a long time. They thought that hoarding was a symptom of obsessive compulsive disorder. But in the last couple of years they have separated out as its own disorders so it is an actual mental disorder. Clutter is just having too much stuff. So and that's not to say that there's one way that everybody should live. You know I'm a single person. I live mostly by myself. I have a certain amount of step a family of five absolutely going to have more stuff than I do. But the way that I describe clutter. Gabe is that clutter is the stuff that gets in the way of what you WANNA do. So for instance. You WanNa have dinner at your dining room table. But you can't because it's covered with three four five days worth of mail. The kids sports equipment a sweater. You need to return to your mom or you want to get dressed in the morning without you know having to pull everything out of your closet. A lot of people just get dressed out of their laundry basket because their closet is so full of clothes that they can't access it and use it as a tool so it's really the difference between too much stuff and then that's stuff that you have the clutter you've written in emotional story about so you we have created some story about why we can't let go of it. Either what I called the seven emotional clutter blocks and we all really have at least one some of us have couple more. But everybody's got at least one and what are the seven emotional clutter blocks so clutter block number. One is what I call. My stuff keeps me stuck in the past. You know. These are my parents whose kids have gone away to college yet. They still have their bedrooms. Saved exactly as a museum. This is keeping close that we can't fit into anymore. This is our staff telling us that our best days are behind us and to a certain extent. Isn't that also where our memories come from though like how do you separate the stuff that keeps me in the past? Because they're closed that haven't fit since high school and the stuff that keeps me in the past as in family heirlooms. It's when we attach to that right when we think. Oh I'm going to get back in those clothes you know. Of course the family heirlooms are the things that you look at. You know they make you happy and they remind you of your grandmother. I'm not saying that step. I'm saying if you have a closet. The other day and her linen closet re of the shell the five. Shell were full of artwork that our kids had made in preschool and elementary school. Her kids are grownups now. Their doctors so this stuff that her kids had created which while one or two of the Turkey hands were fantastic. I don't know if she needed all Edebali Right. Like sweet memories and that reminded her of it but she had three shelves in her linen closet that she couldn't use because she was stuck in the past. She didn't want to let go of when her kids were. Little makes perfect sense and then clutter block number two cutter. Black number. Two is my stuff tells me who I am? The best way to describe this clutter block is a client. Said to me with her hand on her hip. How can I possibly be lonely? I have two hundred pairs of shoes. You know this is our identity. This is the designer labels this is. I'm not lonely because I'm out of the sale at Nordstrom's this is really using our stuff as our identity and do a Lotta senior downsizing so it helps seniors move from lifelong homes into smaller spaces and I see this a lot with my older gentlemen. Who used to fix the car? Used to do the handiwork around the house you know really identified being helper in the family and now that they're older and maybe can't get up on a ladder. It's really hard for them. To let go of who they used to be. Emotional clutter block number three. If I am correct. It's the stuff that you're avoiding absolutely and full confession. I am a clutter block number three. I have it. I go a week without opening my mail so this is not opening our mail. This is not paying our taxes. This is not doing the business of being grown up and the interesting thing gave about this one. The people who tend to be very very successful at their job almost always seem to have letter block number three that they're really really successful work but then when they come home they avoid doing their grownup stuff. I completely agree with that. I feel that my day while I'm at work is when I am an adult and my time at home is when I can enjoy life and a lot of the stuff that I'm avoiding is stuff that I know is just going to make me unhappy. We'll just go with GONNA say angry unhappy annoyed so it can wait till tomorrow right absolutely and also this is an absolute block. Because you think I'm so together at work of course got it together at home. I'll get to that stuff eventually. So it's this story that we've told ourselves but what happens with this clutter block especially you know. This is the one that can end up costing you a lot of money right. You don't pay your taxes or you get behind in fees and interest like this is the one that can really do some damage. Also when that's like just put your big girl pants on and open your mail. Just do it. You GotTa do it now. This next one really spoke to me personally because I think that I'm definitely guilty of it. So emotional clutter block. Number four is my fantasy stuff for my fantasy life. I am so guilty of this county. What what do you? What do you fantasize you're GONNA be or should be so for me? I just keep thinking that I need to hang onto certain things because I'm GonNa need it in the future for example as soon as my podcast gets on. Sirius Satellite Radio. I'm going to need all of this equipment. This equipment is not doing me any good and when I'm even going to say when Sirius Satellite Radio comes a calling. They're not gonNA want my crappy equipment but I just believe if I get rid of it. I had limited my choices. And that's really the emotional part right absolutely. I believe that this stuff is connected to my success. Even though your going to tell me that it's not and you're right by the way you're you're so right and the great thing about that example in Vancouver Sherry is that you know what Sirius Xm radio has you studios beautiful equipment. They have the best of the best so while I love that. That's a goal for you like get the fantasy part out of it. Get into the reality of it again. That goes back to. You're not living the life that you're living right now. You're not happy with what you have. You're not focusing on. This is the equipment that I used to do. My podcast and it works. It's fantastic all this other stuff. I don't use but when I look at it. I remind myself that I'm not where I WANNA be. Not necessarily in a good way. It becomes a stumbling block absolutely this one. I see a lot around fitness equipment. These are the people who go. You know what I need to be. I need to be a rock climber. My life would be perfect. If I'm a rock climber. So they go out and they buy all the equipment they don't rent it they don't borrow it. They buy all the equipment. The shoes little bags with the chalk and they get up the rock and they're like I'm scared of heights or I don't like this at all and then they've gotten all this stuff with this thing that they think they should be and they're not and then they get angry at themselves. Why should be that? It's like no if you're not a rock climber you're still a really good

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Tracie Egan Morrissey and the Curious Case of Jameela Jamil

Celeb News Ride Home

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Tracie Egan Morrissey and the Curious Case of Jameela Jamil

"Some updates about the Jamila meal thing. Apparently she's been deming with the writer. Who came up with the Munchhausen's conspiracy theory? Her name is Tracy Eakin Morrissey by the way tracy about it on her instagram stories. Saying quote she was damning me for seven hours last night long. After I stopped responding I never reached out to her. She reached out to me. Who's Zoom in who? She also revealed that she's going to release stimulus dams in a patriotic. Only podcast episode. Today Oh my God. This whole thing is wild why is Jamilla deeming this person why is Jamilla getting involved in this at all like she could have said nothing? And then none of this would have gotten picked up. And we wouldn't even know about it also just a sidebar if you of you also deemed me to tell me that none of Jamila Jim Meals. Good Place. Cast members follow her on twitter or instagram and to make things even juicier her classmate. Darcy Carton does not follow Jamila but does follow tracey. Morrison the founder of this Jamila Djamil conspiracy theory. I mean that that he scalding to be honest with you like my hands are burnt from getting all this tease deliver it all. Oh my God. It's too much it's too much

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Voting Continues On United Auto Workers' Tentative Deal With GM

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Voting Continues On United Auto Workers' Tentative Deal With GM

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races other things are fast like Xfinity X. by for N._p._R. News I'm Tracey Samuelson

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"tracey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"tracey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati judge Tracey hunter still fighting after early release from jail this is the two o'clock report I'm sandy Collins breaking now former Hamilton County judge Tracey hunter speaking out after her early release from the justice center Saturday morning I will make my formal longer still statement on October the twelfth at a benefit concert at new prospect Baptist church as I continue raising money to keep fighting my case through the federal and state court systems. until we overturned my wrongful conviction yeah. and in our efforts. to pay the outrageous court cost that I was assessed for crime I never committed under was jailed for having an unlawful interest in a public contracted she appealed all the way to the Ohio Supreme Court she served two of her six month sentence and released for good behavior. the latest traffic and weather together avoid south on seventy five between hobble and hazards a Charles at Sir between exits one and three on seventy five southbound because it got it down just to one lane and that's going to happen through Monday morning we also have a crash reported at Madison road near Vista Avenue and on Springfield pike south of west christened bill road that's it so far this early morning. forecasts from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn.

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The Global Economy: US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade and the WTO downgrades the trade volume

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:08 min | 2 years ago

The Global Economy: US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade and the WTO downgrades the trade volume

"We begin today with the aforementioned slice of the American economy manufacturer ing the Caveat here is that you can't can't tell the whole story of this economy from just one number of course but a report we got today about. US manufacturing is causing a little bit of Aga it comes to was from the Institute for Supply Management. It provides an index or whether the manufacturing is expanding or contracting from month to month. That's Sharyn o'halloran. She's professor of Political Economy at Columbia. The manufacturing index came out. This morning is pretty straight ahead. If it's above fifty fifty manufacturing is expanding below that it's shrinking what we've seen in this latest report is that the index spell below fifty forty seven point eight to be precise signifies. A worsening of manufacturing tring conditions in the in the United States that is manufacturing industries are facing a downturn. Today's number was in fact. The lowest is the index has been in more than ten years manufacturing is not the largest component of the economy is a significant component when there's a contraction in manufacturing other types of sectors will probably follow because it could be layoffs it could be different types of negative activities that are going to happen as a result of it so what is going on here. You know really indicates to me that what's driving. This is our lack of new export orders. That's Timothy Furey. SM He chairs the committee that puts out the survey in question this is more of I think it's more more of a trade throttling it's it's caused a lot of bottlenecks across the global environment not good for the manufacturing economy yeah not good for the manufacturing fracturing. Konami all spink trade bottlenecks and throttling of the global environment let us turn now to the WTO the World Trade Organization. Shall we twice a year the economists honest the WTO get together and go through their models in their crystal balls and tell the rest of us how much trade they're expecting in the next couple of years and you know where this is going right. Their latest I forecast out today shows a sharp drop in the growth of trade from where they were expecting just six months ago in April. Thinking was we'd see trade volumes grow two point six percent this year now just one point two percent its backdrop so we asked marketplace's. Tracey Samuelson to figure out what has changed in the past six months this forecast is downgrade from what the WTO was expecting in April and that was a downgrade from what it was expecting last September Coleman knee and economist in the research in statistics division at the WTO says we're already seeing slower trade growth show up in the data. What's happened is the trade growth in the first half of the year of Twenty nineteen was much listen we expected so we were forced to revise our forecast down pretty substantially. He says there is a number of reasons why there's slowing economic growth in major economies uh-huh and regions in Asia and Europe a bit in the US and that reduces demand for it for all kinds of goods including imports. It's lying. Economic growth doesn't totally explain the slowing growth in trade volumes. There's something else what could it be since April. The trade dispute has only escalated. Fan Vino is the US chief economist SNP Global. We've had the United States add more tariffs on now three hundred billion of Chinese products and still more tears to take effect in December. Eastward facade is a trade policy professor at Cornell has been a fundamentally evaluation about what the prospects for dissolving the retention. It's become clear that the US China trade tensions are here to stay so precise says businesses are reevaluating their supply chains and putting investment plans on hold which can ultimately mean less trade. I'm tracey Samuelson for

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Trump considers dramatic escalation of trade war, stopping Chinese firms from US listings

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Trump considers dramatic escalation of trade war, stopping Chinese firms from US listings

"We begin today in the realm of what if what if the trade war gets worse what if in addition to tariffs and the currency ward that's been threatened. What if the trump administration puts limits on the actual all movement of Money Bloomberg first reported that the White House has been thinking about D. listening Chinese companies from American stock exchanges and putting limits on how Americans can invest invest over there. We should say at this point that the Treasury Department says there is no plan to block Chinese companies from listing on US exchanges for now but as marketplace's places tracey Samuelson reports to get going this whole idea is a bit of a tone change restricting investments would open a big new front in the trade tapeworm says Dan Rosen with the Rhodium group as big as the A to a trade is between the United States and China the financial interaction. It is a much much larger number about four million dollars a flows in both directions according to Rhodium estimates Lee Miller is CEO of china-based book a data and analytics six firm. You've got over a trillion dollars market cap of Chinese companies. They're on US exchanges. You've got enormous opportunities to invest in in in Chinese financial and capital markets going forward what would essentially do is it would shut off a good portion of the investment universe from US investors esters. Miller says US regulators don't have access to the same financial information about Chinese firms listed on U. S. exchanges as they do American ones so strengthening those requirements me aiming sense. If you're Walmart you are subject to a certain set of standards. If you are Alibaba and you're behind the Chinese firewall here then you're able to you push back against this oversight and it's it's becoming a bigger problem. Rosen with Rhodium group says imposing investment restrictions isn't unusual against adversaries. The series like Iran North Korea Cuba. What's very abnormal here is that we haven't at all as a nation or even as a government decided that that's how we you want to consider the People's Republic of China. He says historically. US policy has tended to treat China as more of an economic opportunity than a threat. I'm tracey Samuelson for marketplace

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"tracey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"tracey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson reports app developers want slash neat to have their products in the apple app store because that's where Apple's customers have to download apps. John Butler is a telecom analyst at Bloomberg intelligence. The small guy actually has a shot. Thanks to the apple app store 'cause they get on a platform where there. There are a lot of eyeball, and they get distribution that they otherwise wouldn't be able to generate on their own. But apple takes a cut thirty percent for one off purchases and for the first year of subscriptions. It's actually pretty common business model says every gardener at the center for democracy and technology think of a grocery store where our food manufacturers pay slotting fees to get their products on the shelf and where they pay for the right to promote their product in the produce section. The issue here is whether that fee is unfairly high Spotify thinks it is and has asked European regulators to look into it net. Netflix doesn't allow users to purchase subscriptions through the app store anymore. They have to go to its website. And that could be a problem for apple and Google, which charges a similar commission for its app store. People don't realize how big outdoors have become an important. They are for profitability. Then Schachter an internet analyst at MacQuarie says apple would take a big hit. If it had to cut its commission say by half. Could impact their overall profit but somewhere between seven and fifteen percent for one of the world's largest companies at quite a lot of money. But he thinks that's exactly what might happen that both apple and Google will eventually have to cut their fees. I'm Tracey Samuelson for marketplace. On Wall Street. Yeah, I already gave it away. But we'll have details when we do the numbers. It's been.

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