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A highlight from Episode 72: A Catholic and Protestant talk about Purgatory and Indulgences
"Hey, welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. We like to talk about things that are messy, awkward, hard, or controversial, and create a space for healing. Hey guys, welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. Today we are doing another Protestant verse Catholic episode and we're going to be talking about purgatory and indulgences. Yeah, and before we start, we want to clarify that we will be talking about like the official doctrine because obviously like there could be a whole other topic like the history of abuses in this, especially in like the medieval era, but I think in order to have a good faith discussion, we have to actually go to like what is the actual doctrine, what is the official belief and custom, not ways it's been misused or abused. If you want to talk about a church history of like, oh different, like how this has like shifted and changed, like that would be like a whole other conversation. So we will just be talking about the actual doctrine and belief of purgatory Protestant Catholic perspectives, but going from what the Catholic position actually is, not what it maybe looked like at different points in history. Or how it was like being practiced in the church, which obviously we no longer, it is wrong and always has been wrong to sell indulgences. And I think there's been a lot of like yeah misunderstanding of what purgatory is, what it means, and then in turn what indulgences actually do. So we will get into that in this episode as well. And then Megan will also be responding for the more like Protestant view. So yeah, I guess I can start with, we'll start with purgatory. And what is the actual teaching of purgatory? So I think one of the most like misunderstood concepts of purgatory is that after you die, like purgatory is somewhere that you go where it's not decided yet. Like once you're in purgatory, maybe you could still go to heaven or hell and you need to like earn or like get better or clean yourself up or figure out what like what you want or I don't know before or God will judge like but it's a waiting period where you could end up in hell or you could end up in heaven. And that is not the teaching. I'm going to read officially from the catechism but purgatory is for those that are already saved. They are going to be going to heaven. They will not be damned to hell. They are found to be within friendship with God among the elect that will be going to heaven. And let me find the official church, church teaching. This is catechism number 1031. The church gives the name purgatory to the final purification of the elect, which is entirely different from the punishment of the damned. That's from the Council of Florence and the Council of Trent. The church formulated her doctrine of faith on purgatory, especially at the Council of Florence and Trent. The tradition of the church by reference to certain texts of scripture speaks of a cleansing fire. As for certain lesser faults we must believe that before the final judgment there is a purifying fire. He who is true says that whoever utters blasphemy against the Holy Spirit will be pardoned neither in this age nor in the age to come. From this sentence we understand that certain offenses can be forgiven in this age but certain others in age to come.
Fresh "Trent" from AP 24 Hour News
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Pasternak wind up with a goal and two assists for Boston, which also received from tallies Trent Frederick and Kevin Shattenkirk. Lena Sulmark stopped 37 shots in the win. Austin Matthews scored twice. Max Domi had the other for Toronto and Wall finished with 33 AP news for this Saturday, December 2nd. I'm Jackie Quinn. Israel's been pounding targets in the crowded southern half of the Gaza Strip and ordering more neighborhoods once designated safe as spaces to evacuate in advance of more military strikes. UN spokesman Stefan Dajaric urges another pause in hostilities. We appeal to the parties not to resort to further said Gaza's Hamas -run government says more than 200 civilians have been killed in the zoomed fighting. A powerful earthquake 7 .6 magnitude struck off the southern Philippines, triggering a tsunami warning. John Bellini at the US Geological Survey relatively sparsely populated area. We do have a number of felt reports that we've received so far, we do but not have any specific reports of damage. Vice President Kamala Harris representing the US at the UP28 Global Climate Summit vows the US will abide by tighter rules on methane emissions. Vice President Kamala Harris says this will help ensure the US meets a goal set by nations to cut methane emissions by 30 % by 2030. Our duty and our obligation. The rule targets emissions from existing oil and gas wells rather than focusing on new wells. I'm Julie Walker. As the Biden administration vows to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, former President Trump campaigning in Iowa says he'll ramp up fossil production. We're going to drill. We're going to be drilling like you have never seen before. BMW is announcing its recalling hundreds of SUVs because of possibly exploding airbags from Takata Las Vegas police investigating the shooting of five homeless people. One of them is AP news. India's religious divide in the US. I'm Walter Ratliff with the Religion Minute. Prosecutors in New York City say an Indian national has been charged in an assassination plot. The plot targeted a prominent Sikh leader who advocates for an ethno -religious state in the Punjab region along the India and Pakistan border. AP's Donna Warder has the story. 52 year old Nick Gupta is accused of murder for hire and conspiracy to commit murder for hire. US officials say they became aware in the spring of a plot to kill Garpatwant Singh Panoon, who lives in New York and is pushing for the creation of a sovereign Sikh state in India. If the cost is death my I'm ready to face the price but the underlying question is not going to be solved if India kills me. In June Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau alleged that the Indian government may have been linked to the killing of a Sikh separatist near Vancouver. I'm Walter Ratliff and I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News. Jalen Milroy threw a pair of touchdowns to lead Alabama to a 27 -24 upset victory over undefeated Georgia in the SEC Championship game. Milroy connected with Jim Miller for a 26 yard score and Shane Burton for a 15 yard touchdown. Overall he was 13 -23 for 192 yards night. on the Biggest thing we had to do as players be coachable be receptive to all coaching and just trying to find new ways is to improve and get 1 % better each and every day. Bama led most of the way Georgia rallied to close the gap to three in the fourth quarter but the tide ran out the clock to hold on for the victory. Gary McKellips Atlanta. The New York continued Rangers their hot streak beating the National Predators four to three in a fast paced back -and -forth affair. Vincent Procek had a goal and two to assist for his 24th career three -point game. Adam Fox pitched in three helpers and Journeyman Center Johnny Brodzinski at his second career two -point night in the victory. After the press went into the locker room up to nothing after one, Trochek says the key to the Rangers victory was sticking with the game plan. Anytime you get down a couple goals early takes a lot of resilience to stay in the game and make sure that you're playing the right way. The Rangers are 15 -2 -1 since losing to the Preds in Madison Square Garden back in October. Jeremy K Gover, Nashville. Thank you. It's the holiday friends and family sale at JC Penney and you're invited. Everyone can take home something extra with their 30 %
A highlight from Episode 71: Finding Common Ground Between a Catholic and a Protestant? What We Can Agree On.
"Hey, welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. We like to talk about things that are messy, awkward, hard or controversial, and create a space for healing. Hey, everyone, welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. Today, Jackie and I will not be arguing for once. We will be doing something a little different and talking about where Catholics and Protestants agree and where we can find common ground. Jackie, do you have any thoughts before we get started? No, I think it's a good episode, because I feel like we do mostly just see Protestant versus Catholic online and people arguing. And also, I think that a lot of Catholics and Protestants on both sides forget that there are things that we have in common that we can unite on. And I think that's especially important in this increasingly secular and anti -religion, anti -God world. I remember that Trent Horn and Gavin Ortlund talks about that. They were on a podcast together. So I think it is really important to remember those things, because in a lot of ways, we're uniting together against a world that is very anti -Christian. For sure. Yeah. And even on our podcast here, because we talk about like our differences a lot. And like, that's good. I think those conversations are like really important. And those differences small. aren't They're important, but we do have a lot that we agree on. And I would say like the foundation like core of our faith is the same, which is why we can recognize each other as a Christian and have unity that way. So I don't think we can actually like bridge that gap and be truly ecumenical unless we are willing to recognize that and the other. So yeah, I think it's a good, good conversation to have. I'm just gonna say we do have differences. And I know it's important to recognize those things. But we I feel like we do address those enough. So I think it's okay to every once in a while, focus on what we have in common. Yeah, I remember we did an episode last year, a year ago. It was like our favorite things about the other. And like, that was really fun to kind of talk about, like what we appreciate in the other tradition. So yeah, changing it up a little. I know when I was like thinking about this, it really is like, the core like foundation we agree on. And I would say like the things that you have to believe in order to be Christian, we agree on, you know, the Trinity, like very important and very unique of the Christian faith that we have a Trinitarian God, like we would both like reject modalism or tritheism, where like God is just like appearing in different modes, or actually having three gods. And like, that's very unique, even in other like monotheistic religions, like Islam, for example, it's not a Trinitarian God. So I think or Mormonism is like, it's not a Trinitarian God. So I think that's like a very unique common ground that Catholics, Protestants, even like Eastern Orthodox, kind of come back to as like our views on like God's nature, himself, his attributes, who he is.
Fresh "Trent" from AP 24 Hour News
"Getting yourself what you want. Finally. And now every day this season unlock 20 % off your total when you get any small medium or large frosty in the Wendy's app. So order something from your own wish list this year. Limited time only participating US Wendy's with app offer and registration applies to menu items only taxes and fees excluded pulled out a 4 -3 win at Toronto on Brad Marshawn's goal 452 into overtime. Marshawn hit the twine with his 8th goal of the season after Leafs goaltender Joseph Wall stopped David Pasternak Kind on of breakaway. I saw him stop it and that's why I just try to get in as quick as possible and you know great handle by himself. So so happy for him and big goal for him. Pasternak wind up with a goal and two assists for Boston, which received also tallies from Trent Frederick and Kevin Shattenkirk. Lena Sulmark stopped 37 shots in the win. Austin Matthews scored twice. Max Domi had the other for Toronto and Wall finished with 33 saves. A ferry. A peony was for this Saturday, December 2nd. Israel's been pounding targets in the crowded southern half of the Gaza strip and ordering more neighborhoods once designated as safe spaces to evacuate in advance of more military strikes. UN spokesman Stefan Dujarric urges another pause in hostilities. We appeal to the parties not resort to to further military action that can only make the already catastrophic humanitarian situation in Gaza worse. Gaza Hamas run government says more than 200 civilians have been killed in the resumed fighting. A powerful earthquake 7 .6 magnitude struck off the southern triggering a tsunami warning. John Bellini at the US Geological Survey. Relatively sparsely populated area we do have a number of felt reports that we've so received far but we do not have any specific reports of damage. Vice President Kamala Harris representing the US at the COP28 Global Climate Summit vows the US will abide by tighter rules on methane emissions. Vice President Kamala Harris says this will help ensure the US meets the goal set by nations to cut methane emissions by 30 percent by 2030. Our duty and our obligation. The rule targets emissions from existing oil and as gas wells rather than focusing on new wells. I'm Julie Walker. As the Biden administration vows to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, former President Trump campaigning in Iowa says he'll ramp up fossil fuel production. We're going to drill. We're going to be drilling like you have never seen before. BMW is announcing it's recalling hundreds of SUVs because of possibly exploding from Takata. Las Vegas police investigating the shooting of five homeless people. One of them died. This is AP News. India's religious just divide in the U .S. I'm Walter Ratliff with the Religion Minute. Prosecutors in New York City say Indian an national has been charged in an assassination plot. The plot targeted a prominent Sikh leader who advocates for ethno an -religious state in the Punjab region along the India and Pakistan border. AP's Donna Warder has the story. 52 -year -old Nik Gupta is accused of murder for hire and conspiracy to commit murder for hire. U .S. officials say they became aware in the spring of a plot to kill Garpatwant Singh who lives in New York and is pushing for the creation of a sovereign Sikh state in India. If the cost is my death, I'm ready to face the price. But the underlying question is not going to solve if India kills me. In June, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau alleged that the Indian government have may been linked to the killing of a Sikh separatist near Vancouver. I'm Walter Ratliff. And I'm Jackie Newton, AP News. Jalen Milroy threw a pair of touchdowns to lead Alabama to a 27 -24 upset victory Overland. Thanks for and Jermaine Merton for a 15 -yard touchdown. Overall, he was 13 -23 for watching. We'll see you next time. Thanks for watching. And just try and finding new ways to improve and get 1 % better each and every day. Bama led most of the way. Georgia rallied to close the gap three to in the fourth quarter, but the tide ran out the clock to hold on for the victory. Gary McKellips, Atlanta. The New York Rangers continued their hot streak, beating the National Predators 4 -3 in a fast -paced back -and -forth affair. Vincent Crocheck had a goal and two assists for his 24th career three -point game. Adam Fox pitched in three helpers and Journeyman Center Johnny had Brodzinski his second career two -point night in the victory. After the president went into the locker room up two -nothing after one, Trocheck says the key to the Rangers victory was sticking with the game plan. Anytime you get down a a couple couple goals early, takes a lot of resilience to stay in the game and make sure that you're playing the right way. 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Former 49ers Quarterbacks: Where Are They Now?
"That brings us to our next question. Former 49er quarterbacks and where they are now and what's happening. I mean, you got Garoppolo, you got Purdy, you've got, uh, well, what's his name that got traded into Oblivion. Went to, did he go to Texan? Who are we talking about? Who is the quarterback in San Francisco who is all, everything. And they, Trent, uh, Oh, Trey Lance. Trey Lance. Oh, yeah. He's in the season. Everybody's forgotten about him already. Yes. Never going to play a football game. Okay. Question for both of you. Will Brock Purdy turn it around? And also number two, will the, will the Raiders get rid of Garoppolo? The Raiders will never get rid of Garoppolo cause he's too gorgeous. And, uh, Brock Purdy will turn it around. That team is way too talented for him not to turn it around. I agree. I actually agree with James on both of those. I think they're not only are they an incredible talented team, Brock Purdy's a good quarterback. He makes good decisions. Uh, it's tough to rattle him. Um, I, I believe if, if, I mean, losing Trent Williams and Deebo Samuel, I mean that that's a one, two punch that any quarterback's going to struggle with the kids going through some growing pains and he's finally facing some adversity in the NFL. I mean, it's about time he won his first eight, nine games, however many it was. So, you know, he, he just, he's come back down to earth and he looks human, but yeah, they're, they're going to make it better. And I hesitate to make any predictions about what the Las Vegas Raiders are ever going to do in the future. I love it. I love it. James, did you talk about my quarterback in Los Angeles? I mean, Las Vegas Raiders as being handsome. I don't, I don't care if he's rear end ugly. Okay. I want him to be able to throw the ball and not hit the barman in the back. But he's not ugly. And that's why he's still in Vegas. Listen, if there, listen, beautiful people get away with a lot of things, but Jimmy Garoppolo is on another level all the time. It's it's true though. Like he, I'm telling you, they, they probably, every team is like, you know, we got to get rid of this guy and then he walks into the room for negotiations and they're like, son of a, we can't let him go look at him face on all our billboards. Otherwise we're not going to have a female audience. I'm telling you right now, he is because he was, because he at some point with the 49ers obviously had some momentum and played okay. I guess, um, he just, he gets to stay and because there's so few good quarterbacks in this league, look how many teams are struggling because of
A highlight from Why Valarie De La Garza Calls Her Own Shots
"When Valerie de la Garza was approached about becoming the CEO of Fenton Communications, the job wasn't even on her radar. It should have been. Valerie's experience on campaigns ran everything from the census to voting combined with her years working with major consumer brands and her lived experience as a working class kid growing up in Southeast LA made her the ideal candidate to run the largest public interest communications firm in the country. Valerie thank you so much for doing this. Oh, you're so welcome. Thank you. I've heard you talk about how growing up in Southgate, a working class Latino community in LA, just that early experience really shaped your commitment to social impact. What was it about that experience growing up in Southgate that had you thinking as a young person about social injustice? I don't think I really understood truly what my situation was, my standing, my socioeconomic impact in my life until I went to college, being the first one to go to college, which many of us are. And then you realize, oh wow, how behind I was from an educational standpoint and how unfair that was, that the zip code was a huge determinant, a social determinant on my life. And honestly, it made me sad. It made me angry. It made me appreciate that, wow, I'm here now. For me, that was really the crystallization of wanting to really figure out a way to be involved in social good and social impact. In the 90s, when you're doing Latino PR, it is still a pretty niche industry. It's at least treated as a niche industry. Do you have a story or a memory from that time that, if it happened today, would be absolutely ridiculous? I do. I have a couple. I would be called Maria by clients, by other peers that were in what we would consider mainstream community relations and public relations. Now, I will tell you Maria, of course, is my grandmother's name. And there are many Marias in our Latina and Latino community. The problem is you weren't one of them. Right. And this didn't happen just once. This happened to me multiple times. I believe this line is from your bios, which is, it's something on the lines of, today, Latino communications is the expectation, not the exception. And I wonder if you really believe that's so, and if it is so, why so many people are still so terrible at it. Yeah, I think that there used to be in the nineties when you saw the explosion of ethnic and public relations and communications and advertising, it was seen as, well, we need to do it in this box. We need to do it in a division. And now I think that there is a recognition when we say, quote, the mainstream communications. Well, all you have to do is look at the numbers and numbers translate to sales. Let's just be honest. And so I think that what we've seen in the industry is a reflection of what we've seen in the world. Now, there might be an expectation, but back to your point on it not being done well, because it has to still be done by people who have lived in experience, by people who come from those stories, Southgate, East LA, whether that's Chicago, you know, wherever across the country. And frankly, there can be complacency in the industry and throwing their hands up. And I see this in corporations that also say we need more people of color on boards. Oh, we can't find, quote, them. We're here. We have to be more intentional and look harder to widen the pool to get people with these lived in experiences. And in fact, we will do a great job of engaging our ethnic communities. The bulk of your experience is in nonprofit and social impact work, but you've also done brand side work and consumer side work. And I wonder what the lessons were you took from brand and consumer work that you've then been able to take and apply to your work doing social impact. When you work on the brand side, you actually have more resources and you see how things are done when there are dollars that are set aside for focus group qualitative and quantitative group testing. There is so much on the line when you're working with a company that has to move the needle on sales. I worked on clients like Nestle, I worked on Kellogg's and they were so sophisticated in using those tools and bringing that discipline into the nonprofit area where certainly those dollars are not available, which is a shame, which is wrong. They still have to move the needle, but that needle is about many times saving lives. That needle is about housing. That's about feeding people, but they do not have those resources. But certainly we can have an intentionality and we can learn how do we apply that same discipline and rigor, even if we don't have those resources or will help slow down a nonprofit and say, listen, I know you want to jump in and do X strategy right away, but let's do some research. We're going to spend a little bit more money at the outset, but it's going to be worth our while to be more on target and help us with research that's going to actually yield us results in the end. When you talk about part of your value being the fact that you did grow up in Southgate and you did grow up with a single mom and you know that lived experience, does time come to mind when someone was pitching an idea to you or like, this is how we're going to reach the Latinos or this is how we're going to reach working class people where it's sort of like required you to summon little Valerie of Southgate to be like, that's not going to work. Oh, many times, but not just now, throughout my 30 years, many, many times. And I'll tell you, they typically comes from good intention, good intention of saying, oh, we want to reach this market or community. But the wrong way of going about it from a perspective of dollars and cents and not about true engagement. And there's also, I think more than anything, and this is something we're still babbling, we're not all the same. I happen to be an 11th generation Latina. My family goes back 11 generations in Texas. So people will say, oh, what part of Mexico are you from? And I say, Texas. You know, it's amazing to me. But we're not all the same. And I think there tends to be back to the little Valerie when I would get mad, it's when it's like, oh, we're all the same. We're, quote, Hispanic. And when that diversity is not recognized, that's when you get I put my eyebrow up and say, this is not legitimate. It's not authentic and it will not work and I will not be a part of it. Does any specific pitch come to mind? I think I would get in trouble to tell me who it was just just like. Oh, well, I will tell you, I worked on a campaign where it was a Latin food brand, they produced chili and other things, and they had a long heritage and the number one consumers were Latinas. And I found the ideas of the company so stereotypical and off the mark and back to when we talked about doing research and so forth. I was like, who did you lean in? Because this is a different market for you. This is going to come off badly. You know, man with a big mustache comes out in a white suit, the big hat, and it was awful. And so you have some clients who are willing to listen and some clients who are not. At that time, there was a middle ground that was reached. But it's hard when you're the only one. See, this is again why it's important to have people at the table, because then you're the one. Oh, it's just you and then you're not so valid. But when you're like, well, actually, no, like, let me explain to you why that it can be potentially offensive. You're walking into a situation where you either offends or it falls flat and then you don't want to invest in the market anymore. But if you actually engage authentically, then guess what? You will in connect with the consumer, then you will make more money. That's what you want to do. You won't sell more. But in that case, I was shocked at the imagery. I felt like we were in the 1950s. And really, you were in the early aughts. Valerie, here's my big question. What were you doing? How were you positioning yourself so that you were someone that was being thought of as a person with CEO potential? Because you can say it's the work, but like we're Latinas, we do the work, right? Like that part we've got. Beyond that, what were the strategic relationships? What was the personal branding? What was the positioning that allowed you to step in when that opportunity presented itself? I think for me in this moment, it was not a job that I actually had on the table for myself. And that's very telling, by the way, because we don't see ourselves in that position. We don't see, you know, it's less than seven percent in my industry. It's seven percent for people of color. So it's like I think it's four percent for women, people of color. And who knows what it is for Latinas? You know, when I look back to sort of what brought me to that moment, I think that was the diversity of the experiences that I just mentioned. I think that it was an authenticity to the work that I just have been talking about. For us at Fenton, we really need to mirror the experiences of the communities that our clients serve. And so I can talk about that in a way that not everyone can talk about that. That little girl that you talked about growing up in Southgate and that family is the same person that many of our clients are trying to impact today. And so I think that that was extremely attractive. And I think that, you know, it's not just doing the work, it's doing good work and it's being empathetic and kind. To me, those are things, especially as women, we've been told all our lives are soft, are told all our lives, we need to be strong and hard. And can you still be a badass. Being a badass is about saying, what is your experience? How can I make that better? How can I relate to you? And I think that for me, I see no other way. And I think that that's a departure in what we're seeing in companies from male to female. It just so happens that I also bring the experience of growing up low income, of growing up with a single mom and seeing that not as a deficit, but seeing it as an asset. And something that is a new insight that perhaps others may not be able to really understand. You layer on to that lived experience, the work experience, and you have what I would describe as a real web of skills, right? So strategy, writing, team building, marketing, media relations, community outreach, public affairs, I would argue the highest value players are people like you who have an intricate set of skills. I think one of the challenges then is how you communicate and sell those skills in an interview, right? How you make it clear how those skills work together to create a cohesive vision of what a leader is. Oh, I couldn't agree with you more. I think that the value that you can bring to the table as a Swiss Army knife versus just saying, OK, I can do just one thing, shows agility. And I think in the end that if the combination of producing excellent work, being agile and showing that you can shift, because let's be honest, any role and talking about communications in your field too, you've got to be a Swiss Army knife. And I think that coming from backgrounds where you've had to be agile anyway, you know, and dealing with difficult circumstances that can roll up into who you are professionally. You should be able to move back and forth because that's going to make you more marketable. And for me, I've always been interested in what haven't I done yet? It's a confluence of those skills and what you learn and all those just different ways that you bring and make you attractive for someone to call you up one day, which is what happened to me and said, listen, I know you're running half of our agency. Would you be interested in this? I'd love you to do this. And it was really more about me saying, OK, let me bring out the Swiss Army knife. You know, I've not done that, but I have all these skills. Now I can bring them together. I don't want to gloss over this point, which is this was not on your radar. Someone else saw it in you. When you get the call saying, would you think about this? Did you do the thing I hope you did not do? You said, yes, me hands up. Or did you play a little coy and say, I'm going to need a minute to think about it? Yeah, I actually did not say yes. I said, I will do this in the interim. And I had a plan and my plan was and we should all talk about mentors. I had so many women and men, but women in particular about, you know, this is not something I've done. And just because it's given to me and so many times I tell people and I think as women and particularly as people of color, we think this is my shot. And if I don't say yes, I'm going to lose my shot. And I tell people this and I recently said this to someone the other day. You have to decide what your shot is just because someone calls you. You may not be set up for success. You have to decide if that is your shot. And by the way, you deserve getting the phone call, but maybe it's not for you. Maybe it won't make you happy. Maybe it won't give you the opportunity to thrive in the way that you want to thrive. So for me, I said I did some consulting with the friends. One friend who had been a CEO twice, a woman of color, and she said, listen, I think it's a great opportunity, but it's a lot of responsibility. But more importantly, can you have the ability to do the things that you will want to do? What's your discretion? What does that really look like in terms of responsibility and how does that fit into your life of what you want to do with the vision for the firm? And so she said, do 100 days if you can sort of try it before you buy it on both ends. If you have that opportunity, do take that because then you can see what it really is like, your owner and you, and you will be in a situation where you'll say this is good or I need to make these adjustments or peace out. And our owner, James Marcus, agreed to it. And it was the best decision I ever made. And I couldn't be more honored and humbled to be in the role now two years later. Valerie, what did I miss? The only thing I want to say is that I tend to see in many of my staff members, especially women of color, we suffer from imposter syndrome. And I just want to say to ignore if you can or talk back to that voice when it tells you you cannot. There's a difference between saying, you know what, this is what I want to do. It's not that I cannot do it. I make those choices and to not let that creep into your psyche and take over because we need to be honest with ourselves and know that you have people around you who want you to succeed. Valerie, thank you so much for doing this. Oh, thank you. I really appreciate it. Thanks for listening. Latina to Latina is executive produced and owned by Juleco Antigua and me, Alicia Menendez. Paulina Velasco is our producer. Cochin to Shiro is our lead producer. Trent Lightburn mixed this episode. We love hearing from you. 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A highlight from Martin Bednall Interview - Europe's First Bitcoin Spot ETF from Jacobi Asset Management Goes Live & BlackRock BTC ETF
"This content is brought to you by Link2, which makes private equity investment easy. Link2 allows you to get access to companies before they go public, before they do an IPO. Within their portfolio includes fintech companies, artificial intelligence companies, as well as crypto companies. Some of the big crypto companies in their portfolio include Circle, Ripple, Polysign, Chainalysis, Dapper Labs, Ledger, and many more. So it's a great way to diversify your portfolio to get access to equity. So you may invest in crypto, stocks, ETFs, but now you can get access to equity in these companies before they go public. And obviously that can be very beneficial from an ROI standpoint. So if you'd like to learn more about Link2 and diversifying your portfolio, please visit the link in the description. Welcome back to the Thinking Crypto podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. With me today is Martin Bednell, who's the CEO of Jacobi Asset Management. Martin, it is great to have you on the show. It's great to be here. Thank you very much for inviting me. Martin, I am very excited to speak with you because Jacobi launched Europe's first Bitcoin spot ETF. That's pretty groundbreaking. And I have a lot of questions for you around that. But before we get to it, let's start with your background. Tell us about yourself, where you're from, where did you grow up? So I'm UK based. I grew up in a place called Stoke -on -Trent in England. I'm sure you probably don't know where that is, but I've lived in and around London for the past 30 -odd years, worked in the investment funds industry for about that period of time. So too long than I care to mention. Worked for some of the big financial institutions. More recently with BlackRock in their iShares division, so ran product development in Europe for iShares, was responsible for and involved in all the ETF, ETP launches that BlackRock did over about a 10 -year period in Europe. And I've been with a smaller ETF provider in Europe for a while. And then more recently, I joined, about a year ago, I joined Jacobi Asset Management, joined the founders who'd been working on this project for a couple of years prior to me joining. Yeah, that's my background. So what's fascinating, Martin, is that BlackRock here in the United States is trying to get a Bitcoin Spot ETF approved, and you've beaten your old firm at it, right, at least in Europe, in getting a Bitcoin Spot ETF approved. So is that, you know, how does that make you feel, if you don't mind me asking? Well, we're super excited by what we've achieved and the launch of the listing of the ETF this week. So, you know, BlackRock, their applications in the US, it's a very different market there and regulatory environment, and they're trying alongside many others to get that first Spot Bitcoin ETF. It's a very interesting situation to see how that plays out over time. Here in Europe, there is existing product in the form of node structures, but we are the first fund structure, the first regulated ETF to be listed in Europe. And for us, that is a great achievement and very exciting. And we now feel that institutional investors in Europe have the product that they have been looking for to get into the digital asset space. For sure. And what was your first encounter with Bitcoin and what was your aha moment, you know, given that especially that you were from the TradFi industry? Well, launching many, many ETFs over many years, you look at the various different markets and changes that are taking place in the world to see what exposure you should be delivering to investors, what exposure investors want.
Joe Biden Pushes Climate Agenda in Finland
"Superiority if we don't do these things and do them yesterday then the nation cannot survive so this is where they've dragged us and you actually have joe biden in finland today essentially saying this which only motivates our enemies even more listen this to cut five go and we're working the lockstep on to tackle climate crisis in which you've leaders been on for a long time and uh in order to literally preserve our planet oh finland's been a leader do do we get we something from finland mr is it like uh like the phony bridge sign leading to a trenton new jersey where trenton makes that the world trent doesn't make anything not anymore anyway go ahead potential threat humanity faces and we don't have a lot of time but i'm confident if we continue to work together we can deal with it so the existential threat that's a new word last few years that they keep using the existential threat is climate change which is why we had to ban the incandescent light bulb you see because it's life it's a -threatening product the light bulb now we have to use which is why we have to eliminate the combustion engine and fossil fuels because everybody's dying from them no they're not oh what are you a scientist biologist and the conditions stupidest of all keep lecturing us about this stuff and are in charge of it this
Utah Wakes Up: Mitt Romney's Approval Rating Hits All-Time Low
"Gunnar, let's talk about, you know, Utah in particular. Obviously, we have Mitt Romney and it is a predominant LDS state. Are you starting to see trends or patterns that people in the LDS community want a stronger conservative agenda, not what Mitt Romney has been offering? Well, yeah, I mean, a recent poll just came out. His approval rating is lower than it's ever been. There's just been things that have been happening recently. I feel like, you know, where people are people are starting to wake up. You know, look, you can fool us once, but you're not going to fool us twice. And the people of Utah have really woken up. And we now have some some people who are stepping into Ron and some some great people like Mayor Trent Staggs, you know, who are stepping up and people are getting behind. So there's definitely some optimism to be had. I'm certainly optimistic that Utah is not going to be fooled twice. And the polls are really starting to show that.
Tellez's homer, sac fly help Brewers to 4-3 win over Padres
"Rowdy teller is a sacrifice fly in the tenth inning gave the Milwaukee Brewers a four to three win over the San Diego Padres. Teva has opened the scoring with a two run first inning home run to finish two for four with three RBIs, brewers starter Colin ray would hold San Diego to a run on two hits over 5 and a third innings. I just felt like we had a good game plan going in and we executed for the most part and we got those early rounds that definitely helped. The Padres tied the game up brewers reliever Matt bush in the 8th inning on a two run home run from Trent Grisham, brewers closer Devin Williams would strike out the side in the 9th inning and earn the victory in extra innings Philip gone, San Diego
Nelson Cruz 2nd-oldest Padre to homer in 10-2 rout of Braves
"Nelson Cruz drilled a three on Homer and knocked in 6, leading the Padres through the third straight over the braves tend to. As nice to see the whole line, I'm just doing two dimensional and score runs, makes it fun. Starter Seth, we'll go held the braves to one run on 6 hits and picking up his second win. He helped the Padres win the weekend series three one after they dropped the opener in a walk off. Assam Kim and Trent Grisham also homered and Manny Machado had three hits to help fuel the Padres ten run 13 hit attack. Jim Hart, Atlanta.
Bogaerts, Cruz, bullpen lead San Diego past Braves, 5-4
"The San Diego Padres snapped a four game Atlanta winning streak by defeating the braves 5 to four. Sandra Bogart drove in Trent Grisham with the pod's winning run in the 6th, but it was Nelson Cruz, who did the real damage, Cruz was three for 5 on the night and drove in a pair of runs. Offensive power, you know? That's my job. All the heat. So I was always nice. Oh, so nice to see them open. Bounce back. And get the W barcelo zuna Homer for Atlanta in the third Josh hader, picked up his second save of the young season for the Padres. Gary mckillop's Atlanta
Travis Tritt Drops All Anheuser-Busch Products Following Trans Campaign
"So Della Mulvaney is a guy who identifies as a girl and is going through this whole 365 days of womanhood. And has become the darling of corporate America. But I want to explain why that is. Why has mister Mulvaney? And on this program, we believe God made men and women, right? And so we believe in calling people by their God given body parts. So it's not miss Mulvaney on this program. It's mister Mulvaney. Sony, a lot of people are very upset over this. As a matter of fact, a Budweiser Anheuser Busch became the latest to endorse Mulvaney and Travis Tritt announced earlier today that he is not going to be he's not going to be allowing any Anheuser Busch products to be served on his tour. So if you know anything about the country music stars, whenever they go on tour, they have hospitality suites, hospitality rooms are throwing a bus. They have the hospitality suite, and a typically they provide some sort of liquid refreshment. And in this case, Travis Tritt says, yeah, we're not going to be allowing anyone to drink Anheuser Busch products. They are not going to be allowed on the tour. So if you believe God made male and female, this butt is definitely not for you. Trent wrote on Twitter, I will be deleting all Anheuser Busch products from my tour hospitality writer. I know many other artists who are doing the same as a matter of fact, I believe John rich is joining that call as well. A lot of bars around the country say they will no longer serve Anheuser Busch products.
Swayman makes 36 saves NHL-leading Bruins beat Jets 3-0
"The bruins bounced back from their first back to back regulation losses of the season by blanking the jets three zero. Jeremy swayman handled 36 shots in his third shot out of the season and 8th of his career. The guys did such a good job boxing out. Let me see punch from the point. Made my job easy. So it was a good team win. We're excited about it. He got all the support he'd need when Trent Frederick scored just 50 seconds into the game. Pavel zacha also tallied in the first period at Dumas snow shek added an empty netter for the NHL's top team. The Jets have won four of their last 15 games after challenging for a division title. Connor hellebuyck stopped 21 shots for Winnipeg. I'm Dave ferry.
Fatal shooting erupts at Georgia party with over 100 teens
"A weekend house party in Georgia turns deadly. Authorities in douglasville, Georgia, west of Atlanta, say two people under 18 were killed and 6 others wounded at a sweet 16 House party where over 100 teenagers had gathered, a confrontation occurred and shots rang out some time after ten 30 p.m. Saturday night, Ariel Gardner, who lives next door, told WSB channel two action news that she and her family suddenly heard gunshots and ducked for cover in their own home. Captain Trent Wilson, with the Douglas county sheriff's office, says investigators are still piecing together what happened, and they're putting out a call for potential witnesses to provide more information about how the shooting started and who was responsible. I'm Jennifer King
DeBrusk returns, scores to power Bruins past Islanders 6-2
"Jake debrusk scored two minutes into his first game in 6 weeks before the bruins closed out a 6 two win over the islanders. The brusque was back after missing 17 games with hand and leg injury suffered in the winter classic. He scored a power play goal on his second shift, Trent Frederick scored twice for the bees, who also received goals from Nick foligno, Patrice bergeron and Pavel zacha. Lina soul Mark stopped 26 shots at Boston's fourth win in 5 games. Kyle Palmer and Matt Barton scored for the islanders who've dropped four or 5. I'm Dave ferry.
Joe Silva and Joe Pellegrino Describe 'Blessing Day'
"Talking to two friends Joe Silva and Joe Pellegrino and they are affiliated with legacy minded men, the website is legacy minded men dot org. We need more of what you guys are doing and I'm proud of both of you for stepping up in this way because the hunger out there among men, those who maybe are deep in their faith and others who are kind of like, oh, I'm not so sure we all know that we need something. There's an attack on manhood in the world as an attack on what it is to be a woman in the world and God calls us as men to step up. So the website is legacy minded men dot org. I want to ask you guys about this initiative. You started called blessing day. I know you're launching that like this week or very soon. What is blessing day? Well, the blessing day is something that we believe is missing in the church today. You know, our Jewish friends have for years been doing the bomb mitzvah at 13 years old, you know, getting their kids their boys and their girls for the bob mitzvah to basically understand that they are now an adult. Now, here's what I believe. I believe that you become a man when you start accepting responsibility for your life. And I believe that in order for you to accept responsibility for your life, you need to understand who you are, why you are and who you are. And those words of affirmation coming from a man, a father, a grandfather, or a mentor, are essential for the growth of a young man, as well as a young woman. So what we've conceived of is going back to this concept of the blessing. And we've teamed up with John Trent, who wrote the book, the blessing, which is, you know, printed over 2 million books in the last 25 years and we've teamed up to do the blessing day. What's the blessing day? It's not a specific day. So it's not going to be February 15th or may 15th. It's a day that you pick your church picks, your men's group picks your family picks to use that day to not only bless your children, your grandchildren and your mentees, but do it in a memorialized fashion on video so that they always have your face to look into as you're being blessed as they're being blessed so that when they go down a wayward path, they can always look into your eyes. If
Antetokounmpo has career-high 55 points, Bucks beat Wizards
"With 10.8 seconds left in overtime as the bucks down the raptors one O four one O one and tend to Cooper provided 30 points ten assists and a season high 21 rebounds. One night after scoring a career high 55 points against the wizards, the bucks blew a 21 point lead in the final three 50 in the fourth quarter before getting the win. Alan chipped in 16 points. Fred van vliet had 28 points and 12 assists for Toronto. Gary Trent junior had 22 points, including the tying three pointer that forced OT. I'm Dave fairy.
Morant has career-high 17 assists, Grizzlies rout Raptors
"The grizzly snapped a two game skid by dumping the raptors one 19 one O 6, John morant scored 19 points and had a career high 17 assists Dylan Brooks was high man for Memphis with 25 points and Desmond bane had 16 before fouling out. Steven Adams chipped in 14 points and 17 boards for the grizzlies who outscored the raptor 70 50 in the paint. Pascal siakam reached the 25 point mark for the 6th straight game and had ten rebounds for Toronto. Gary Trent junior had 20 points in the raptor's 5th straight home loss. I'm Dave ferry.
"trent" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton
"Like that's it that is that is it in the main question. People as like. How do i find. My changes explained it there. You go last. Question is our man and make sure you guys. You're my brother's book. The time your time is now give. God is giving you amazon anywhere. You can buy books makes you tapping my brother at jonathan blake evans. Social media go on youtube watching watching him preach watching them deliver man as y'all see. This guy is phenomenal man. I'm blessed to be able to call my brother in always be able to pick his brain last question. I know there's someone listening to this episode right now. That is struggling man you know. And they're struggling with their relationship with christ their relationship with god They might feel like god doesn't love him the more based upon their circumstances right they might feel god is love them based on with no longer happening in their life and you know just feel lost would you say is the is a practical first step for somebody to build their relationship with god back or even start their relationship with god. Yes i would. I would get up early in the morning or late at night. And i would just walk with god. There is a concept in the bible walking with god. And so. I do that literally. Here's practical thing. Is you go out of your house at night or early in the morning when kind of life is slow not moving so fast and with your eyes open as you walk down the street. The bible says come to the lore with an unveiled face. Meaning come real. Don't come with the veil over your face to try to cloud it and you literally walk with god and you tell about your problems you tell them about your woes. You tell him that you need help you tell me at the end of the road you tell them you want to give up you. Tell them you need to see him. In a new way and you'll be surprised what god will say to you in the quiet places that you will not here with all of the noise and so we have to do the practical walking with god literally. I encourage everybody on this podcast to just start taking walks with god just you you can take your son Sometimes you want to be by yourself. You may even just take friend. And y'all just pray. The bible says pray without ceasing. That means don't stop. That means prayer is not a formal thing where it has to be on your knees before you go to bed with your clothes. Prayer should be constant. You should be while you're driving. Pray while you're walking pray while you're working out pray because when you pray it's a dialogue not a monologue. That's when you'll see. Oh that didn't happen by chance. I just prayed about that last week. That didn't happen by chance. I just talked about that. When you start walking wooden then you'll get to experience him walking with you. I watch like a log last night. Man and i did exactly that and i love the way you titled that walking with god and it's like i walk tighten. It was just me and him. I brought them. Because i wanna counties to jump out out here. But i just felt connected and That's something that i'm going to start doing. Daily man and and really being intentional with walking with god..
"trent" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton
"A term that is being now right along with depression but imposter syndrome is basically you feel like an imposture. I you feeling like man. Like i don't deserve this so it's like say you you make in. Nfl you for like man. Why am i here like there's other people who work harder. There's other people and i talked about this on a previous podcast. Because i like. I've dealt with that because i felt like man. There's so many people who do more who work harder. Like why me and i asked myself that a lot and realizes it's because it's this is what guy really has from our life and i feel like when you're walking in the colony has for your life don't get it wrong you go through trials and tribulations but i feel like it's natural. I don't feel like i'm having to put in so much effort outside of myself. Do you listen. Okay let me tell you. Let me tell you what you just said and this is going to be something practical. You're driving down. The highway of life and neighbor. Every highway has mixed masters that you come to were highways connect and as you're driving down the highway of life There's there's a few things from mixmaster standpoint where things will connect that you need to remember number one. What are your passions. What number two. What are your abilities number three. What are your experiences and number. Four what are your opportunities when you're driving down the highway of life and you come to the mix master of your passions of your opportunities your experiences that connect with your natural abilities. You run into the mix master of purpose. And what happened is trent. You're driving down the highway of life and you. You're passionate about helping people in speaking. You have opportunities that have come to you since you left college just through the various nuances of life. You have your experiences that you have to pull on which why you can't skip the journey and then you have your ability. You have the ability to actually do it if you don't have the ability to actually it's not like american idol when people go and try out and sing and they think they're singers but they're they're awful. You actually have the ability that connect with your passions and then you have the opportunities that connect with your experiences when those four things connect. You've run into your purpose and so as you drive down the highway of life. Those are the things that you're thinking about those that that's why you can't skip your journey because your experiences make you better with your abilities that you're passionate about. I mean all of those things come together and that's what happened to trend. Show would happen to trent. Show them as as he was going through man man. I need to rehab my life. I'm not doing this right as you were going through that pain. That was your experiences. But you got what your dad got your. Dad be at all. The game shouting. Talk and getting the crowd revved up. He's getting the crowd even when we're losing. He had them chanting on the sideline. So you got that okay and then you have these opportunities. There started to show up when you go hard where you're planted. Opportunities will come see. People are waiting for opportunities to go hard. No no no you go hard with no opportunities and then opportunities bind you see and so once once you start getting into that mixmaster. You'll do it and you'll be surprised you're getting paid to do it. I'm from laughing because Like that is purpose..
"trent" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton
"That is a perfect recipe to burn out a perfect recipe tsa mental health problems. And if you think about it because you just said this now was thing it's interesting because even when you go to sleep and it doesn't always mean your problems disappeared but you usually wake up with a different perspective. If i'm having a bad day if i take a nap of i go to sleep the next morning. I'm a little bit. you know. My perspective has changed a little bit. So there's interview about somebody who's ill are sick. Their body has to get rest to be able to heal and recover so for you. How important okay. How important you have five kids right. You are busy. You are a busy person. Dallas chaplain dallas cowboys chaplain pastor etc etc investor entrepreneur. How do you find that balance. And we talked and everything that you told me about balanced. By the way. I use that about standing priority So but how do you find the balance to be able to say okay. I need are the discipline to say. I need to be able to shut it down even even if i know i can go a little bit harder. I know shutting down. We'll give me the image. That i need to be able to go even harder the next day or the next one you have to realize that the world will be okay without you but you won't be okay if you keep trying to give to the world see it people. It is nothing wrong with given to the worst. What we do but a lot of times this whole i gotta do this. I gotta do that. I gotta have my content. Become my followers. Do you know what i'm saying. So we create a beast that we have to feed and the more that we feed it. The big the biscuits k. And so then we get trolled. Buy our own page. We get trolled by our own lifestyle. We get trolled by what we built. Because we didn't build it with sufficient wrist Embedded into it see rest is not something that falls on you. Rest is something you have to prepare and plan for. Rest is so important that you can't just look up. Just say man. I just need no because you can't get rest because you've already scheduled your whole life. You didn't plan of how important rest is for the schedule. Of your life to make sure that you can keep going to make sure that you can keep moving and so practically the ways that i get rest in my life number one. Is you have to be comfortable with the word. Know until you get comfortable with the word no and realized i had to realize you know what the world is. Okay without me like literally. I've watched people leave their jobs. Get fired from their careers. Take months and weeks off..
"trent" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton
"Basket when we was in so here we are knowing that life is going to end and then we only invest in life for today. But we don't invest in life for tomorrow. My mom was letting us know that where you're going. You won't be there a whole lot longer than you are here so you wanna play today thinking about tomorrow because tomorrow is going to last a lot longer than today and so when you think much bigger than where you are than where you are can no longer hold captive so it's the mindset of man. We gotta take this much bigger. My dad used to always say you are not in the land of the living on your way to the land of the dying. You're in the land of the dying on your way to the land of the living and when you understand that which we all know it we all know it. But we don't live with the perspective of let me continue to make great investments. Even when i feel like. I'm losing because where i'm going is much bigger than where i've been to the second part of your question. What do i do practically when. I'm when i'm losing. What do i do practically one of the greatest things you can do. There's a whole lot of things you need to one of the greatest things that you can do number one is that you don't want to go through that by yourself The greatest levels of depression and anxiety happened in isolation so when you're in isolation we don't have anybody else who's on the opposite end of the spectrum who can who can. Who can push you when you're tired when you've run all of the sprints and you're at the last one you ain't got no more left somebody who has got a little bit more gas in the tank. They can put their arm around you and help carry you. is important so accountability is important. Secondly we talked about. This is rest tab award. Yesterday's our people a lot of times don't understand that they're stress..
"trent" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Birds me high on high ohio. That's around away too much. I love having with two here before we go. I want you to touch down. Most your songs are spelt in a very unique way. Can you tell the listeners. Y una percent because rule number one is that there are no rules and i want to support that. We're the way i present my work. Yeah yeah i found it. Pretty cool reason and i percent agree with you. So where's the best place to find you. Are you more active active on instagram or another channel. also instagram. if you wanna get boned by my super day huma for the day on my stories instagram. John come pop A votes last shred john and that is the place where most active. I eight so many posts tonight actually from there we can catch up all your other links secure website. Yeah yeah most Linked re on their inside again So cool thank you so much for being on the show i really love your music The anticipation of the hearing. The whole album is insane. I can hardly wait to hear it. And because what i've seen so far i love you as a person. I think you're absolutely amazing. True artist a true artist. You embody The whole energy of of Of a creator. It's amazing here a bit more value. I love it so thank you so much and look forward to having you back on the show. Thank you so much sir. Well thank y'all for tuning in. If you enjoy listening to this podcast cleese share this episode with others and post about it on social media to catch the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzz role media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod next episode on air in from my to yours over the airways subscribe fees dot com shares..
"trent" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"I come accurate so funny. Yeah what is trading doing this for his aunt. This amazing sorry a love a love. It became up with a great music. Great news dean. Tell me a bit about the local music scene. Yes local music saying and is very leist in fuck so strike folk. Rock person has a lot of wonderful music coming from it primarily folk. Rock psychedelic acts. So what we're doing is going completely against the grind like hotel where we're seeing as aliens you know. There's even a quote in regards to that cold in a sea of blue route pupil. You'll see that on my social media. Yeah embezzled reference to let us things. But also we've asked you know not only improve bus Uh sound is is an fully embraced Without creating performing the music that's trending in the nation. So yeah a lot of mine die. Keep his true to give you know the acts recognition rejecting him. The music get yet got email us too wild tren. Yeah it's so funny so a. Is this a radio station. Yeah well. I wanna i wanna particular station. Keep of the sterling music industry and Then maingate cuba. Your is coming up with every excuse to chuck and of them too wild to these two that it's because we're going to grind by them die. I don't want to be a trump in the ocean. I wanna be the whole sonam. We've we've music. I don't want to go with the flow just to be accepted. You know like a lot of people wanting us tyler. The styling demographic. I'm like no wayne arava Rahva die standing. Live on my knees with my. And i'm doing for the art. I'm not doing it just to be like a inflation to pan. You know one whole own correct. Yeah even i say to you every iconic star from elvis presley prince. David bowie alice cooper even when i wouldn't call them iconic but he was one of the oh you would okay all right so he was the as well anyways all of them. Every single one of them was different. Even belly. al. I was shut right now. They're different so i don't get this gatekeeper. Because that's the way through his industry. Is you know somebody gets away from the mainstream. Like yourself and shows great. I guess a take on their creative process and their Your john was a That you're creating all that. I i don't get it. They don't like the difference. I guess what i could you could it be a generational. Difference is gatekeeper older. Not bagley somebody different. The so many different variables selected could be but is just one person planted. Shine that this one person. The is in charge of breaking australian oddest but at the end the diets. Like a mccown guy will okay. If you're not gonna accepted i'll find someone who will because i believe if someone doesn't like music is gonna be someone out there amongst that feeling people that think what you're doing is the best thing since sliced bread one hundred percent hundred percent. I think you're i think you're music. Rocks i love the happy you know. Woman's law lot law understanding and encouragement. Thank you fish so your future project is the album because it's coming out early next year early next year next year. So are we going to hear another release report. The end of the year that i think we've talked says it was november. Possibly look forward to this. Is what fiber some of the bay. Do you know the title yet. Your disclose set. Well have you to disclose it okay. It's called it's spelled with through my favorite numba. I look forward to hearing it. Can you tell us a bit about it. Now you're going to wait until you're talking about it okay. Cool time now. yeah. I wrote song about. It's pretty much the the stansted for most powerful songs the desire to consummate love. Yeah it's it's. It's a very beautiful song that talks about. You know the first one goes. There's a storm out in the horizon. And i feel it closing me an up rising endlessly and i'm crawling in your aura. Feel ugly may only with you and the second guys And it's all my bad design going to bring me to my knees. Falling in your notion is a lying next to me. And i'll find my solace in the moment you release. Is i feel you coming. Close when taste you my dreams. That's rich nice and.
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"trent" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"We feature australian ban. Trent john frontmen. Tj is our guest we chat about us connections with bowie and prince his views on art music creation and his incredible creative process. This artist reminds me of a young david bowie. Tj is the trailblazer. His music is from the seoul. This artist and his band are one of the must watch spans of this year high octane. Pop rock with unmatched energy and vibe on stage. Enjoy the show hi. Tj how you doing today. i'm greg thank you. Yeah ask great to have you on the black guests. Some very excited. I i happened upon you reza. You have a lotta great music that we can share today on the podcasts. I'm gonna start out with some trivia. Orca why i. What elton john song did the beach boys cover in the ninety. I don't really know anything my own john. Besides the and you'll also all other song tunnels egging the answers. Crocodile rock augur well. Okay so you may. I'll give you an easier one. Who was the drummer for noor ban. The girl all right so he added that everybody would get that one though only joking. Just tell me a bit about yourself and your background and had did you start your interest in music. Well it came to me as a child. it wasn't grind in my deny due to an example which i'm about to run on. Is that my dad has immersion and we visited the island of merchants. When i was a by cancer doll and one evening i went missing. Parents can find me and they said who wished trend gone and main -ducted but they found me jamming along with the the local band of the restaurant playing a traditional immersion instrument. A drum called the von as well. That's that's in the house of me playing with them so always drawn to performing in music rhythm and bates all all of the above. Was your family musical. My dad is a huge appreciate music and my mom enjoys music. Not of them play or sing. That has an excellent speaking voice. So what instrument was your first guitar. South ten years old when anti wto and then picked up drums what else. Twelve and the piano else. Thirteen starts singing when i was around forte and started playing bass when i was about sixteen. Now she can play off the instruments. Yes all the major instruments all the major instruments and contemporary music. Thank you were you self taught for the majority of instruments. Yes by naturally hoover blissed again. The band's called trench on. And can you tell me how the band formed. Basically i believe vibe is k. To music you know bringing a good vibe is paramount and triumphs over musicianship in my opinion because anyone can learn to be a great musician but it's very hard to balance vibration and not just balancing but rise it. Jim humans defines when you find them. You need to hold them. Close in my opinion to the world and beyond so i phoned the banned from my best friends the music that i might get some rocket science neo soul jazz. You know god it's pulp music. The call i found my friends who are musicians as well you know and just put to them. They love music and i said you know. They're all in other projects to suggest. Would you like to join my band and before my guitarist was my band. She very rarely played guitar really she core project and she's doing in in sort collars yes. Brian t yeah she's my best friend a medicine selves child. How many members were in the band lose five including may tell a bit about the other members different. So we got the mighty. Josh gallagher on drums okay. He actually plays in the band. That is french. Canadian coda wraps still like a like a classic. Rock powell tria and But he's a claim to fame is that he got invited by steve lucas the to jam with time in new york. That was really a cool experience for josh allen. Jones joined the band of last year. But that's one of the stars really aligned. The other members which mentioned now who also have equal importance. We've got mine. Rita reynolds on bass guitar ak luke reynolds. He's actually jammed stage. Bruce springsteen also got invited by bruce springsteen informally to go on stage and in plato famine and he was also part of a touring band Leah dan desirable on keys and he plays unbanned In town.
Halsey Does Duet With Trent Reznor on Their New Album
"Not familiar with the music of Of Halsey. Mhm. Um, my brother in law loves her. I like her. I don't. I'm not pretty good. Now she's got a new record coming out. If I can't have love, I want power. And, uh, It's there is nine inch nails echoes all over it unmistakable echo of nine inch nails heard from 1994, which is the year she was born. The new song. The Tradition opens across generational album length collaboration with Trent Reznor. Um,
"trent" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"To announce that for the first time in over eighteen months rise. Women's conference his in person. I am beside myself. You guys if you have ever been to rise women's conference than you know how special it is and if you've always wanted to go. This is the time labor day. Weekend in austin texas my town. We're gonna dance. We're going to laugh. We're going to unpack the hard stuff in our life. The good stuff in our life we're going to create roadmaps to where we want to go and hear from incredible speakers is three full days of programming. It is a community of women who are like minded. They're not alike. We're not the same women. Come from all over the place. Different religions different political beliefs. Different sexual orientation different ways to believe and love and think and hope but the commonality in us all is that we want to become a better version of ourselves. You don't come to rise conference to become someone new you come to rise conference to take ownership of your life and to remember all of the things that make great in the first place so i hope that you will head to rise live weekend dot com check out the video check out the things that past attendees have said this is a life changing event and if you are feeling sluggish if you're feeling unmotivated if you feel like you need a kick in the butt or a chance to go hang out with a bunch of incredible women. You need to come to rise. Women's conference the only conferences here all happening in person rise live weekend dot com labor day. Weekend austin texas me you a bunch of awesome other people and a chance to be together in person for the first time in a year and a half we all have patterns. We all have habits and rituals and things that we've done a million times before and the incredible thing about understanding that. Is that a.
"trent" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"Really want to lose ten pounds. I think like maybe. I'll go back to school. A compelling vision is purpose it is there it is something that you see that light right your vision that you have for your life the vision that you have for your family or your business has got to be more exciting than any distraction that you currently have so i came up with an idea flow exercise for right now. Let's make it easy. Why don't you take a piece of paper. And i want you to start with. I want i want to be an optimum health. I want to be a present mother. I want to be debt free. I want to go to art museums. I want i want you to cast the life in the center of your page. I want you to tell yourself. I want you to list out why you don't already have that like i want you to list out the sentences of all of the things that get in the way. Why don't you already have this life. What's standing in the way. I don't get enough sleep. I'm really stressed out. I can't afford to pay my bills. I can't just whatever it is still here. Here's the weiss. this is what i want. Here's why i don't have it okay. Then the third. And final thing that i want you to write at the bottom of your page is what will you do. What are you willing to do right now today to make this vision. Your reality is vision. Cast what's in your way. What are you willing to do. What are you gonna do every single day to make this. Come true okay. Everybody with me so the next step is i want you to fold your paper so the excuses are not visible anymore and all you can see now is a compelling vision of the future and what you are willing to do to make it happen. This is the fourth step in making change re in forcement. You called the shot you. What kind of change it is you. Cast a compelling vision. You know your purpose you know a why right who said what it is. You said what you're going to do and now you need to reinforce it in your mind. You are a creature of habit. Eighty five percent of the things you do every single day. You are not even conscious of their unconscious decisions. You make again and again and again so if you want lasting change not change for a if you want lasting change you have to incorporate that future and that choice into every part of what you do so reinforcement looks like you reading this every single morning. That's why my vision of my future is in the first few pages of my notebook. I do my journal work every day. I do my gratitude work. I do meditation. And then i open to the first page of my journal and i read it allowed to myself every day. I am reminding myself over. And over. And over where i am going. I am reminding myself again. And again who i wanna be. When i feel frustrated with my daughter at bedtime. I am reminded again the next morning. Kinda mama that i wanna be. It's so easy to lose sight of ourselves. It is so easy to get distracted. It is so easy to be too tired to give everything we have to everybody else in. Forget to show it for ourselves. So i want you every single morning. I want you to promise me. I want you to promise yourself like trent said. Tell me right now say i promise i will do this exercise and i read every single morning for thirty days and i want you to watch a miracle happen. I am so excited.
"trent" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton
"I'm taking a break guys. I haven't. I'm taking a deep breath right now because i want to give you another forty minutes. But that's what i care about math. How about the things that matter. I don't care about no damn instagram bio i'll care about no damn accolades. I don't care my no. Dan praises i care about impact. I care about results. I care about helping people. I care about living my guy giving gifts or when i'm meet guy guy says job well done good and faithful servant. I care about carrying the legacy of my mother. My father we actually out here surprised my for seventieth. Birthday was so funny. I would tell you this story but it takes too long random goss. But but that's what i care about. Are your decisions being influenced by what you think people want you to be. Are you making troops and decisions based upon which shooter you. A lot of our lives are skunks because our life stinks. And i've been there where people want to get away from you because they figured you out because they know you ain't balance you talk about about their life. Just say perfect guys but they know you afraid to try. They knew mask and stuff. And your life stinks. You're gonna have days where you you have days where you're gone. I've been a skunk parent while stunk apparent days in my life. I've been scott husband. I've been a skunk friend. I've been skunk influence. I've been a skunk support life. But i'll tell you one thing i damn sure. Don't stay one. I have proven are growing. I work hard at that now. Working hard at trying to make people think that i'm always this magnet man. But today i knew i was the magnet out here. I'm gonna wrap this episode with this. Try to keep short and sweet and listen on g men. If you really enjoyed this episode is this. This is from the all over the place. But i think there's a lot of things you can grab in my main thing that i'm telling you right now i'm gonna make sure off of this. Are you chasing. are you attracting man. Are you chasing it. Are you attracting evaluate that for me. But i'm leave you with this story and it's a powerful one so i got a chance to drop names but i wanna give this manage credit. Because he taught me this. He gave me a perspective. And that's life. There's no troops in life only perspectives and he gave me his perspective. His name is big boy. Somebody might know him. He's probably gonna talk radio personalities. la he's interviewed everybody from kind gates. I mean everybody. I asked him a question. I was like man. it's fifty one. I said what was the difference in your forties and fifties like get around people. That are always asked that question. He told me something that i knew immediately when he opened his mouth and it and i said this is something. I'm gonna teach forever and hold on to teach kids. And i'm never gonna forget this. I call it life credit card because he broke it down. He said this. And i'm paraphrasing and put it in my own words. We said the thing that i realize trend. Is that everything that you do. You're putting it towards life credit card. He said you know like a credit card life. You know like real life where you know you might not have some that you can afford to put on a credit card. You charge it to the game charges to your card and eventually you've got to pay it off. He said the thing that i realized that fifty years old is that life is just like that because every decision you make. He's talking about negative once. You might not feel it in that moment because charge. It's a life's credit card right every bad habit. He said i was five hundred pounds. You know i realized that everything. I was even healthy. I was discharging it to life's credit card. He said then it got to a point where just like in the real world it was time to collect and all the bad decisions that i made and not exceed the season i was planning. I wasn't having that garner's mindset that debt but debt showed up the data diabetes sicknesses showed up on my doorstep and i had to pay life's credit card listened to this episode. Right now what is your life credit card like. And i realized this. We're not going to be perfect. Circle have seasons with that credit card is damn near maxed out. We've been charged to the game. I just had a season of that in march. You guys know. But the thing that i've learned is that the longer you wait to pay off their credit card the hardest hit you when it's time to collect so if you had an off week you did a lot of negative things that didn't help you become the greatest. You don't keep adding to those things because you don't see the changes taking place because i'm telling you the changes are taking place that's life you look realize like dang i'm overweight. Dang i'm underway dane. I fell off dane. What did this come from. But our habits every day built the future that we will reap our disciplines and so i challenge everybody. Listen to this podcast right. Now we charge it to the game. We charge it to life credit card. Make sure that next week. Make sure that next day make sure the next few days that you pay it off so last night. I it's my dad's birthday a porta credit card out and i said hey be a credit card day but tomorrow paying off that card and i'm out here right now paying off that card because i refused to allow debt to rack up in my life because of my inconsistency because of my lack of discipline because my poor life management skills i refuse to allow those things because again there's gonna come a day when you've got to pay for if you're always doing people wrong and being fake to get ahead. Yeah you might get ahead. You might not see how life is charging that car but essentially this come a point where people figure you out. You got to pay off that debt. Maybe somebody confront you for doing them wrong. Maybe it's cormo you believe in karma. Maybe it's just life coming full circle. Would you charge them to lights credit card. That's something and that might be the greatest accountability to that. I ever came across an every day. I'm asking myself that question. Managing my emotional not financial my emotional wealth and that's one of the best ways so manager. Emotional wealth is understanding that every time you ignored every time. Keep the promises to yourself every time you do somebody wrong every time you lied everytime do all these things right. Every time you're choosing you're trying to arts impress people all the things we talked about today. You just racking up that debt in your soul. You ain't points for neath. I often card man pay off much. Uk say every single episode. It all starts with you. If you got into this. Hit me up ondaatje. Let me know what you thought seeming audio say trent. I'm paying off that car. Say trump man. I'm going to become that magnet and you become that magnet. That's what people say man. There's some about you. I like to call them. Magnet god's favor but we gotta act upon our potential right. God has favor in us. But we we gotta answer the call in our life so their favor could be multiplied to that maccabi strengthen. We gotta stop living with purpose. We gotta stop living with potential and we gotta start living in purpose. We gotta start living in potential key fall in love with progression if you're a hiker semi some hikes too. I know random. Messed up this episode by that. But i'm desiring looking at this beauty and i cannot wait to be a hike with y'all one day i don't know maybe we do a contest or something but i wanna get out nature with all of y'all man and had these conversations in person. How would you like that. But hit me up status with somebody and i love you. Man appreciate you. And i can't wait to see your magnet. Multiply strength start chasing. Let's start attracting straight up straight up is hosted and recorded by me. Trent shelton episodes are produced by chelsea hawkish and mixed and edited by andrew weather. Cameron barkman is our executive producer. Straight up with. 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"trent" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton
"And i want you to think about how free it would be if you release that weight i want you to fill it in your soul the freedom that comes with dropping that weight i talked about earlier ryan i do a bridges running every bridge i come across a theme of my runs in the theme. Today was a necessary weight so every bridge came across. I make it a point to not take over the bridge without bronx of the bridge across the bridge. They continue my run. I have to identify the necessary weight in my life. That's weighing me down. And i had to release that weight in order for me to move forward and how i do that i want you to do. Is i feel the weight of that. Wait till i feel a heavy. It is i feel how much it slow me down and how it's hurt in my life. I feel how it's keeping me from my destinations. Keeping me from being the greatest version of myself and i want you to feel that right now then i give gratitude to that because maybe there was a time in my life where carrying that weight was necessary. Maybe was time would actually serve my life. But i now realize that it's no longer service to my life. It's a hindrance to my life. So i give gratitude because like all struggles like all things that are hormuz it could also be for our own good because it creates a strip inside of us that nothing else can create so i want you to think that unnecessary wait.
"trent" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton
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Which are great whether it's drawing whether it's building something Whether it's learning a new instrument whatever it may be for you have a creative release. My creative release right now is right in music. I haven't done that so long and it makes me feel so great to do it. You know creative releases are good for your mind. Your mind wants to be challenged because if you're doing nothing to progress your mind if you're not working out that muscle in your mind that creative muscle in your mind you to feel like you're not progressive in again we. We're not progressing. Depression tends to set in. I always like the enemy to depression. One of the enemies so depression is progression is showing yourself. You can move forward so in this time. If you can create something beautiful in this time where the world is telling you that the external things are telling you that you should stop nothing. Beautiful is going to happen because all these things going on the world right. The news is bringing all his fruits. You can create some beautiful whatever that is even if it's going outside to to run you run a faster mile we you can show yourself that it's possible through creativity you will build a everlasting confidence. I believe in your life. So allow your kids to be creative. They create my secrets all the time in our house. It's okay. I'll tell her be creative. We'll clean it up later. Like tap into your creativity me interest and we have a weird creativity on madden literally. We've created a team or matt our own t where we drafted players like. That's a connection piece for us to that. We look forward to but we're being creative in that way people creative on tiktok. There's no judgment. Just find a way to be creative as a family promote creativity to your shown imprint promote creativity to your environment promote creativity to your phrasing your household. The third release is an intimate release. It's is important because to me. It brings safe to people's hearts it brings certainty to people's hearts it brings man. This is everything's gonna be okay to people's hearts you know i don't have to say this because we all know this but a lot of feel safe especially outside our house our kids. They feel unsafe but his those intimate moments where they can feel safe. A hug. -oday keeps hug a day keeps depression away. And so i had these intimate moments with my kids. You know usually one on one. I have my moments maya were. She snuggles up under my arm where she feels. Okay she gives me love. I give her love. I have my moments with maria. I have my intimate with trista. How intimate moments. When when marley and it's hard for me to explain what intimacy does but it just brings a emotion of of peace and joy and just gratitude and happiness is vibrant and so create an environment of intimacy and especially with spouses. I think this is very important that you create an environment of intimacy even if you gotta stay up an hour later even if it's date night in the movie room right of his gins rest up to create this moment of intimacy were you guys can feel more connected than ever and trust me. It is possible the fourth release. That is very important. isn't emotional. Release there's plenty of salam battles going on right. Now they're silent battles going on your household right. Knock and promise you. There's things that people aren't sharing. There's worries that people aren't sharing maybe the fear of projecting the energy negative energy to the whole environment. So they keep an inside but it's very important very imperative that you listen to this as a leader that you go to your wife and if you're by yourself that you have these moments for yourself maybe you have zone college friends. Which are team that. It's very important that you create a time a dedicated time that you'd be intentional that you have an emotional release time. Maybe that's at the dinner table. Maybe that's in the morning. Maybe that's at night where everybody can bring their concerns and worries to the table where everybody can talk about. What's bothering them. Because silent battles will each you up alive salam battles will tell you that things are never going to be. Okay you never ask for help it. So you're analyzing these things in your mind. You're trying to win this war in your mind. We can bring it to the world. You can bring it to your environment and as a listener in your environment. It's not meant for you judge. It's not meant for you to say. Oh it'd be okay it okay. You'll get over it. Maybe your job just to listen. Maybe your job is just to bring reassurance. Maybe you say it's okay but create an environment which we have in our house. We're starting to do this of an emotional release. Lead people get out their emotions even if they got a scream. You want to go outside and go punch the ground fill free. You wanna throw a pillow release. It's okay you're not going to be judge. You wanna yeah the top of your lungs. You say you're tired of this. You can't take this. It's fine because people need to get it out to have a safe place where they feel like they're not gonna judge where they feel like they're going to be understood in the more you can create an environment of understanding where person feels understood the more personal share be transparent in what they're going through and this is very important not just for the adults in the household but just as important as even more important with the kids in the household. There are plenty of things you can do to improve your sleep like staying hydrated regulating bedroom temperature and limiting caffeine and alcohol. Combine those the sleep number three sixty smart bed and it's sleep perfection. Why chew sleepnumber. Because a good night's rest helps boost your immunity improve recovery and increase energy experienced proven quality. Sleep and save a thousand dollars on the new sleep number three sixty special edition. Smart bed during the memorial day sale. Only at sleepnumber stores or sleepnumber dot com slash cadence. The last release that. I want to talk about is a solid to release is next release. We're now more connected than ever are nowhere practice social distance. But i'm talking about inside your household you're more connected than you than you ever been because there's no time apart twenty four seven three sixty five for the majority of us unless we're getting outside for a little bit we're connected and connection is power right but connection.
"trent" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton
"Across the world. Welcome to straight up with trent shelton throughout my career from the nfl to sold out stages speaking of thousands. I built up a tool kit to break negative mindsets. Let go. What's holding you back star rehab. Your life in every show is going to be jam packed with tips tricks and tools to push through four. I'm always going to be real with you and give one hundred percent true even when it's gonna pierce heart. This is me shrink celts. Strata across the world train here walk up to today's episode straight up. Podcasts and i want to get right into it. I've been saying this quote For the last few weeks said it lasts podcasts. I want to say it again I just got finished running. Came right up here. I mean. I smelled just like outdoors. I say i want to record this podcast. right now. wi fi. While i feel the imaging and i wanna give it to you guys. Listen you know. I've been saying this quote and this has been going viral. People have been sharing it. Because it's true and this quote her last week. This virus has the power to destroy as mentally before it ever touches us physically. And i like to add onto that. This virus has the power to destroy our families. It is destroying families. As i'm speaking right now. That has the power to destroy kids. I mean even from this standpoint there are so many kids are in toxic environments. They have no release from. They feel trapped. They have school no more that was released. They have no more sports that they were releasing their and in this environment because they have dysfunctional. Parents are dysfunctional parent. And that's why it's so important as parents who got to get our stuff together. There's people dealing with abuse that have nowhere to go. If you're this person. I share this right now. I go to my instagram and go find video. It's probably a few posts back row. Talk about this and go read the comments and go see where you can get help because you don't have to suffer in silence kids. If you're listening to this you don't have to suffer solids. I want you to feel like you have nowhere to go. But this is the thing about environment and a lot of us even if we're not there if we're not careful we can get to that place because we have so much stress as coming in from the external so many worries coming in from the external so much doubt and fear that's coming in from the external and most people don't know how to deal with it and so they're allowing these things to get bottled up there. Allow these things to take to change him into a person that they're not because they don't know how to deal with their frustrations and would have what's happened is your crate environment of this function. And i wanna talk to the families in the key they have the parents in here. And even.
"trent" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"Welcome to why we work with your host. Brian veep as he speaks to people. Like you from all over the world as we together dive deeper into our motivations struggles joys seemingly missteps hopes warnings and advice. Which would be an encouragement to us all to get up. Get going and keep on. Working working stopped working his good. Now here's your host to why we work try and beat. I'm brian v. And this is why we work today. The great pleasure speaking with trent. Mcclellan trent is a stand up. Comedian writer podcast. Her actor.
"trent" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Many years ago, Marilyn Manson wrote a book and he wrote in his book that Trent reznor and he got some chick blackout drunk and once she passed out, they both fucked her and had their way with her. That's what he wrote in his book. And after he read that, Trent reznor completely broke free from Marilyn Manson and is on record saying he fucking hates the guy and has had nothing to do with him for 25 years and the story he wrote is complete bullshit. He's a crazy liar and will do things like that just to get a rise out of people. You know, I believe Trent reznor, even though he wrote that song about wanting to fuck a girl like an animal, I still believe because I know a girl who went to his concert really, really beautiful girl, especially when she was 19. She was young and sexy as all get out. And she went to his show where she was very up close to the stage, clearly he mentioned, I like that shake down below. One of his underlings went and got her after the show and said, Trent wants you to come back and meet him backstage. So of course she goes, and when she went there, they were like, he's not in the room. He's around the corner. He was like, up a ramp in the arena alone. She went and see him. He's like very nice to me because you're really beautiful. I'd love to see you but we're leaving right away to go to the next city. Do you want to come and see us play I don't know Phoenix, whatever the fuck it was. And she's like, oh my God, that's amazing. Yeah, you get on the plane with us. We'll go, you know, I'll make sure you get home. You know, no problem. And she goes, well, God, I would love to. She goes, because well, how old are you? And she was 19. Which is legal, but he was classy enough to say, you know what? You know, maybe it's time for you to go home, hunt. Maybe the next time, why don't you come back in a couple of years and we'll make this happen again. Cool guy, not many guys would do that. I don't think Marilyn Manson has that in his repertoire. But Trent reznor did that. So I'll take him for his word when he says he never did to that girl. Manson claims they did.