35 Burst results for "Tricia"

"tricia" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"tricia" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"Personal finances. I mean there's a million things out there right now even the small business. Administration's are very actively pursuing women giving resources. But if you if you just stop with the idea in the limiting belief that you will never be able to start a business because you don't have enough money you're never going to start a business very good very good idea and advice. So what's one question tricia that i should've asked you. That will help our audience. Take action to address this challenge and then which we answer the question. Sure so one question that you could ask. Me is is inhibition. That limiting belief. That voice in your head does it. Only impact women and the reality is it impacts. Everyone so. I believe that right now more than ever in our world. Everything's very politically charged. There's a lot of barriers and a lot of finger pointing and men and women feeling very uncomfortable with the whole situation. So bridges is what we need to create where men and women are working together to encourage and empower everyone to be able to create their life based on their own self defined success. That's really what it's all about but part of that is inhibition is not just impacting women. It's impacting minutes. Well and if we don't tune into our inner voices we will just assume that. Those things that are prohibition are always there and we'll never move forward but if you look at the people that we celebrate in lines and the heroes. They're the ones that stepped up and found a new way to do things or pushed forward or were able to go around a barrier or knock a barrier down. And i believe that that's just a better way to show up in. The world is to be in motion towards towards what you want to accomplish in your life because we only get to be here. One time shosha great advice. Thank you so much for being here today. Thank you for having me very nice to to be a part of your.

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

08:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"Are we gonna make rate. Because i i could if i assumed two or three points better a win rate we and then all of a sudden we don't meet that win rate we can actually end up screwed or what typically ends up happening. Is we pat in mind. Seems a little bit screwed. But we thought we'd raise to just for that right but you know because we end up putting padding in some of those numbers that marketing make those assumptions together. Like what are we going to lake. We're are win leads right now. When are we gonna assume for our our asp's because it's it's dynamic is not going to stay the same. And how do you look at. that is a quarterly. So you'll change your assumptions. You'll change your plan right now. Maybe the next quarter already. He just did it. And then it all gets voted and then what happens is my dashboard. And when i say my this is like all the the whole marketing teams dashboard has the entire go to market plan and in real time they can see like let's say we assumed fifty one percent conversion from one to two if in dips to forty seven. It's going to go to point five lights up because if you don't have everybody seeing the same thing you can't have the same conversation you can't go out for the same of yeah and we can go in like i can look at the commercial segment in under green. Actually the problem is. This segment are entertaining to sometimes. Some of that stuff goes on. But it's really easy when mark instead of you know our vp. Calling and saying. I need more field events. Or i don't have enough pipeline. I can see right there that. Yeah you're right. You're your team's not not hitting the stage heroes or you're right you're close waits aren't let's actually kinda crashing at similar. We're going to help your neighbor. Who is actually roy spring avenue. But it's it's sort of a great equalizer for all of us and then and that helps us also eat to me. I take a lot of comfort and actually knowing where we're screwed up. I know that sounds crazy but it feels like having bedbugs to just be yellow to me like the twitter. I wanna know. we're we're waiting nowhere. Were not so yes. The rate focus. We're having things that i've seen is when you have that. Then you can have the right dialogue about what you wanna fix. And there's always more things to fix than there's more people to fix them and so getting that alignment on. What are the priorities. And where do we want to work as a team. And then where do we want to hold. People accountable a lot of times. It's about like putting the laser focus on the area that needs improvement but from both sides and and so there's a lot that has to happen there in if you can't see which areas you wanna cripple on the west then you're kind of screwed yes and if you are an insult this was this is my kind of cautionary tale. If you've got a hope. Because i had this system before what i didn't do. A good job of is making sure that sales was on the same system and we agreed on the system because otherwise they think the conversions like conversion can be calculated nine hundred ways to sunday. And we're like arguing about win rates and we were like well. How are you calculating. are you like. I don't really care how we calculate it. Honestly i just need to know what we assumed the trend like. That's not a bad the right direction right now but you can get in this league my new shop you know and so so that anyway kind of working through all of those nuances and getting it set up has been really helpful. Yeah well you know. This has been a great conversation. And there's so many parts to doing jobs whether you consider yourself the market officer the marketing officer And i think this is a good place to talk about lessons learned. I always close the episode with a lesson learned and it seems like you've learned a lot about not into the minutia of your conversion numbers and things like that but you know what would you say is one of the biggest lessons that you've learned. Throw your career there. Kind of two sides the point so when i talked to a united starting to do some advising work which is really fun and when i talked to a cmo newer to be one of the things. I always say is you got to know what you give about. And no when she don't give you can't die even if you think what's happening is maybe kinda dome and do you really care. So you know thinking about that right like you just some stuff you just kinda like let people make a mistake. Mike lack. Because i think as as a cmo you you actually shine up everything in so there's lots of very in some areas. Don't wanna be shined up the other side of that. Is i learned that. I always get what i want is just a matter of time so if i really really believe in something and want it. You can't want everything right but again if you keep yourself focused on it and if people know that you're like that and actually make things easier. They're like we should just do it. Cause she's not going to go perseveres raise. It took six years for you to get like the salesman job. You know what here's applying cutler and so you know you just always get what you want. It's just a matter of time but you gotta know knowing getting what you want easy knowing which one is heart and so those are kind of some of my things that argument that's awesome. We'll shared so much with us. I think this idea. You know we're closing on this important lesson about perseverance and You know. I just smile thinking of you is like constantly coming back with the same and people just getting tired of it and you like wearing people down but i think perseverance is really important tree and doing it with tact i think is what you do really well so you know i wanna thank you for joining us. I want to thank everyone was saying. You know we are going to bring lattany back with so many other things to talk to her about six months. She's doing an amazing job as a cmo. And you know she has her own book. We want to talk about that so In the meantime lattany. How do you recommend that people connect with you. Is it on linked in or would you follow twitter. What was the best way. Never managed the twitter. But i'm totally on linked. Then feel free to in miami connect definitely all over that excellent for those of you still listening if you like this episode. Please leave a six star review wherever you listen to your podcasts. There's so much to cover on the changing role of marketing especially in the digital world. Encourage you to go to drifter com and sign up for my newsletter. The path to cmo three plano lattany. There's so much talk with you about that. Look forward to having you back for another episode shortly. Then we can talk about building a brand help with funding and so much more. That's been going on in your role over the past year. One less thing. September thirtieth his international podcast day and is just around the corner to celebrate. I'm asking for your feedback. Please let me know what content you want more of guests. You wanna hear from an unlike my normal request to share this and link then we set up a little survey go to. Www dot now dot draft dot com slash. Podcast not podcasts. But podcast and give your input as a thank you. You'll be entered into a raffle to win your own. Podcast or zoom meeting. Package in el gato microphone and logitech webcam. The link is my show as well. Thanks for listening..

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

07:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"She's lake. Just tell people the campaign like tell people you're just testing it do this and so we just like rolled with it and then once you make it a thing and it's cool and it's out there. It's like wildfire. that's what happened. And we watch six cents as they count engagement platform. You know before. We were more predictive analytics. Uh-huh wanted to shift harder into lake leading. Not just doing abm but know kind of a step up from that we did that and And so after. That really took off. I was like okay. I think i'm confident enough to lay change my title. I love that yeah. I think it's a good evolution and also points to like what does it take to have the fortitude and i mean you're early career. He talks about a lot about perseverance. I think these are all characteristics that you know you start to realize as a cmo that you'd need like it takes a long days alive. The push things up the hill. It takes a lot to the white. We'd out for the discussion of the funnel and get to the bigger picture idea. So i mean all of this takes perseverance and and it sounds like you've had a lot of lessons through the various roles. I think what's interesting to me. Is that as marketers. Whether you're chief marketing officer or chief marketing officer in the end of the day were successful when we achieve revenue with our company. And we don't do that on our own. I guess if you're like one hundred percent more to see and you have just ecommerce and straight or prosper or product grows only. Then maybe you own everything. But in general and beat the b you know. It's a real partnership between marketing and sales. So you have this background between marketing and sales and then on top of it. You have account based engagement platform. So i'm curious like how have you used your background. And or this idea of account based engagement to align end to drive success between marketing and sales some is a lot the same and some is different and so so. Let me tell you what what is the lot the same at least for me. And we had this conversation before. Tricia ver you relate no really heard of you you know and and the reality is like when i was in a period like i didn't network with other markers i didn't go to serious decisions program. I didn't grow up in lake. The marchetto in mound model at all. And i kinda got thrown into marketing and and so from the very beginning. I never thought about elite lake. I literally remember our like digital verson being like these are all the clicks into whatever. And i'm like that's cool dude. Like don't care. So the first thing i did was set up our pipeline quotas. You know i remember. The team was like what you up late. And i looked at our territories and i looked at you know. I think i just always had that. Mo the differences. Even though i think. I have the right attitude. I never had good data. But that doesn't mean you still guesswork rate. ruth informed. You know we weren't totally finger in the wind. But it was a lot of informed guesswork. And i think the difference in coming to six cents current what i ended up but my was all my guy. I we have the opportunity to really really fundamentally change like go to market with this new level of data and insights and so. That's been the big differentiator. When i look back at a perio and that's why i always talk about predictable revenue growth. Because when i look back at a period we would make our number but it was very lumpy rate. We have to make our now. Okay we're going to run a huge program and we're going to get all these accounts they generate all this pipeline that we take a breath and then it was going our And and so we have this variability anything. Let's find you still need your number. But there's a real cost to that. Variability in terms of customer sat like just term. It's very expensive wade. Audrey and so. When i found that we've been able to do having such a data driven approach is it's very very smith. You know it's very consistent. And we've been able to really normalize lot of those those lumps out and it's less acts of ix is that makes sense and it's I think that's been the big difference. And i think the biggest lynch pin between mark and i is our plan because like as the head of sales i get my number. I argue that the numbers too big. And there's no way. But then i swallow it and then i go and try to figure out how many credit territories for all these people and territories account based and then i go to try to figure out how much higher all these people and. That's my equation hiring and a big quota buildup No real take on. What's the market dynamic. Who's in market. Are these territories good. Are they bad and modern marketers. I think have come such a long way in using things blake intent data and engagement to figure out now. The we're accounts are at where a lot of times now. The sales and marketing alignment is starting to clashes like this really old school territory model. But you're trying to use all this digital signal to actually tell who you market to like. Sometimes that's the mismatch. I think what and i have done a nice job. Working together is the territory's have some level of being dynamic plan totally rolls up together right. So he understands that he can't just sign up for a number without talking to me about. Okay well what are those. What are the segments. We're gonna market to. The audiences looked like and so starts with that planning level and we call it our our revenue operating feeling. That is just so helpful. And then do you measure. I mean so. You're aligning around pipeline. Sounds like and so How do you measure. The pipeline is a same not by writing. So this is where you can get yourself in trouble. And i've gotten myself in is just the debate on how much pipeline you need can go a lot of different ways right because to figure out how much pipeline you need. You have to make assumptions around. Aspca win rates and conversions and so the revenue operating model. You have to have a strong process in alignment around what our go to market segments that ladder up to the overall plan. What assumptions.

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

07:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"But i went for it anyway And it was interesting we did. I interviewed so many candidates to make a long story longer. We kept interviewing candidates interviewing candidates. Meanwhile i'm doing my thing and mike making it all happened in finally two of the founders went to the ceo other founders led to the ceo and they said we're not interviewing cmo's were done. We already are you what are you. I'm pouring right. It's like you need to have your allies in anger. That's a really good lesson. That people may be ambitious but they need to have the allies to move things forward and make it happen. He had other people. You could be doing the job. And the unfortunate thing is you can be doing the job but if people don't see you as the job. Yeah you're not going to get the job and so you know enough. People had to see me as doing the job incapable of the job to get crisanto. See you like move into the cmo role. In i mean obviously the rest is history because you at perio now your accents but the thing that's interesting is that you don't whilst yourself in lincoln as being the chief marketing officer you list yourself as being the chief marketing officer and we spoke with kate who i know. You know your partner in crime on this topic but you know what. What is your opinion on. You know the chief marketing officer versus chief marketing officer. Yeah you know and this. Isn't my lake wine right this is. This is your drift sponsors. This is a critical part of this. Empowered cmo network which is hundreds of b2b marketing executives. It's it's some. Cmo's some people that are cmo's plas like they've taken on more and then some people that are full-time board. Since it's quite senior level group as you know tricia and year we do do a retreat and we kinda cover. I would say the most pressing topics of almost our market right. What is going on in the market of being a cmo exactly versus the job right. But what's the overall repayment you know. And how is that changing. And and what's the future of being a cmo and some of the in so one year we. We covered like an arm the title of the session. I'm not gonna do it justice but it was like. Is this a black hole byard because i think i was like two or three years ago already in there were a lot of conversation about how the role of the cmo is going away. Which i feel like for whatever reason right now hasn't been the top of mind media sort of discussion of cmo but and there are still a lot of changes which is why we have the podcast in the first place. So you know. I think we did kind of talk about this a lot of that time exactly so that. So that was the background of the you know. Is it going to go away. Doesn't report to the cro of the line like me. You know we're supposed to be category designers How do we sort of design our own role in. What does it need to be one of the women. Who's been influential in the network into two. I think all of us is christine heckert and she said guys you're focused on the being in marketing and kind of actually goes back to what i just said how you show and i said you know. Kristen see me showing up as a cmo. That's that's fair rate. I had this show up every single day as emotive eventually get the job rate and you know so. She said the way you're showing up is with your eggs with with your to do list. You know with your waterfall of this and that and and nobody cares. And so the things that people care about and the things that investors who ultimately control over destiny care about is is the market. And that's where you can have anger yourself. And i think that was like one of those moments where like check. It's so simple yet so profound and so that's been a consistent theme through through our group and i thought about it and and i thought well she's probably right. I probably am showing up doing my aims. And so i sort of made a goal for myself where i was like until i feel that. I'm showing up as a chief marketing officer. That's my goal is to feel confident. That i can change my title to that and so i need to again consistently show up that way so i started doing some different things and actually christine was on our board at the time and i was so i had a board meeting and i was so stressed because actually my mind like we missed our pipeline number and like he ended to. I've gotta get fired. I need to go in there and just dissect every aspect of pipe want lake maddening. You're supposed to be and so my first. And we actually had a ton of great momentum in the market and so before i kind of went to the pipeline. Staw- i said here's what's happening in our market and that was my first light and they went crazy. I mean they were like this is so great. Well i didn't know by the way we didn't perform where want to. Here's a sixteen. I'm doing to fix it. We're still onto on track It's gonna be okay. But i found that this is a problem. And here's to fix it and then we moved on and it was like the best four meeting i ever had and so i did that and then we had been really struggling and sure it actually took a cmo call this week. I've been really struggling with lake. Updating our messaging and our brand. I felt like i was circling this train of asking permission from everybody about what we call ourselves. What our point of view is ray and everyone wanted to tweak a word everyone and he will say just not getting done. Because you're never done what he's treat you know this you never know not. Everyone's gonna if everyone is happy. It's probably shitty. Yeah mediocre you're like managing to me man exactly and so i just was in this like that i. It's been six months. Like i know what we need to do. I know it's going to work talked to enough people lake. I'm just kept asking permission. And so actually at one of these empowered events. Wendy yale like again crash idea. Get it over the adequate. Why.

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"tricia" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

05:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"tricia" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"Welcome to episode three hundred thirty one of live happy now. What if you could live in a house without any grumbling even if you have teenagers. I'm your host paula phelps. And this week. I'm talking to two women. Learn how to create a grumble. Free life amy parker and tricia goya are both moms and authors and they teamed up for the new children's book the grumbles a story about gratitude it's based on tristesse own experience with challenging her family to live grumble for year and this week. They're here to tell us how this became a book. And how you can use gratitude to lose the grumbles. Amy and tricia welcome to live happy. Now thank you for having us. This is fun well first of all. We don't normally get to people at the same time so this is awesome like it's a. It's like a bogo for yeah. It's fun for us to. Yeah well i gotta say this is such a cute book and i understand that. It grew out of the book that tricia row which was called the grumble for year. So i guess to get started. You wanna tell us about that book. Yeah absolutely and the grumble. Free year is a book that i wrote a couple of years ago and we had eleven people in our house so my husband and i have adopted seven kids. My grandma lives with us too. We have older kids out of the house but we had so much grumbling in the house that we knew we had to do something so we took on the challenge of trying to go year without grumbling which really we were. Just trying to improve. I knew it would be possible to completely go without grumbling but we told the kids we would take them on a cruise if they worked on it we had to give them some incentive. So you know it was like the cheapest crews ever but it worked because they were willing to work on it and the first three or four months. I'm like this is crazy. Nothing's changing but slowly over the tie the more we focus on gratitude the more i started praising them when they started doing it right the more. I saw a huge improvement in them during that time. My grandma actually broke her back and it was. We were carrying for her but she was the best example of being grateful for us loving on her and carrying for her. During that time it really was an example for us so by the end of the year. We are definitely better. And so out of that. I ended up talking with amy. I was on her podcast. And she's like the grumbles. I could this as a children's back and that's where the girls came from or that is terrific. And how did you go about. Implementing a process to become less grumbly. Because you know that's something that really comes natural to us to be able to complain about things. So how do you set like a a measurement. Or how do you implement a program to not grumble. Yeah well the first thing we did is. We sat down and explained. What grumbling is. It's not just the words. I had four teenage girls in the house at the time. So i'm like it's the eye rolls..

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

06:31 min | Last month

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"Hey everybody welcome back to cmo conversations tricia gama the cmo of draft in. I am joined today by anthony. Canada who is the cmo at hop in a hyper growth company. That has totally taken off in the past year. And a half and we're gonna have a really exciting conversation about the changes. We've seen in marketing. And you know in the world of marketing in the past year and a half so anthony at the beginning of the pandemic you ran a cmo sort of coffee talk like let's learn from each other kind of thing and it totally blew up. I mean maybe we could start by talking about why you started that and sort of what you think drove the the huge success of it now totally so hard to believe that was a year almost eighteen months ago now at this point but i think it really has kovic started being a thing like originally we heard about the virus kind of outside of the states and all of us. I think we're still kind of planning to run our marketing teams way that we would have otherwise and there was a moment. I think it's february march. Were in two thousand twenty where we said okay. This this is real. This is going to act as quite significantly. I reached out to a lot of folks in my network and ask them how. What's going on in your funnel today like are you lead. Slowdown like outbound. Like is that stole thing asking some. He's very tactical. Questions was a pretty good chance for for me to compare notes in and and better understand what other seeing and it hit me. That like they're actually aren't a lot of other privileged to have that community. People i could turn to at cmo's at you know at scale companies. That are many folks that might feel isolated on an island that they don't have potentially that that network access that that I was fortunate to have so. It was pretty simple idea if i could find some other. Cmo's in my network to do very informal basically livestream where we just crowdsource questions or zero. Prep we just would show up and crowdsource questions in the audience and we have all the answers but we were going through it together. You know and as a chance for us to compare notes as a community so we ran out for about eight weeks or so and talked amazing. Cmo's such as yourself folks from docu. Sign and outreach. And all of these kind of great great companies i think it was a really great opportunity both at the time and you know wish him still running it now but you know conversations like this are are are great reminders that the marketing community as a whole definitely bands together in these moments. We learn from each other and so excited to to. Now be here in a chatting through. Yeah that's great. I think one of the things that we could do a lot of talking about like what did we learned in the past. Eighteen months like do we think will stay with us in continuing. I think this idea of community and let your guard down and just really sharing like where am i. What am i learning. What am i sharing. How can we all grow up together. I think you know it's just a great thing. That i see continuing you know for a long time and i'm so grateful to have the networks that i had started previously in my career of that you know have become like such rocks in in the past four months so one of the things. That's interesting about that. Is you know we have this growth of community and you totally different company you were. Cmo then you switch now to hop in. And i think it's interesting because like hop in is something that has totally blown up in this time period as well. So how do you view sort of on what's happened in the past year and like why did you make the jump to happen. Totally a lot there. So i My my jury hopping actually started gained sight of sports to be the cmo there for about seven years built that business And for us Events were a core part of how we built that category how we engaged our community ultimately the business on revenue side to It was sort of the the nucleus of everything else that we did from the community and brand building perspective. Was this of that program. Called pulse After seven years at gains that actually left the company to start an event tech company. I had a lot of passion for for this face and was fortunate the folks battery ventures at be commended and start incubating that company turns out the founder journey. Entrepreneurial journey is a very lonely. One wasn't for me. I i miss being part of the team. And so i ended up joining An amazing company called front row spent dodged fifteen months total Kind of building company really not navigating Code and a with them As we were sort of figuring out at of what what what this would become. I think that was where we were doing. Our our cmo conversations but that context helps paint the picture When the opportunity came along it's more than a job for me right. This was a an industry. I care so deeply about one. That has been tremendously impacted. You know with the pandemic and a chance to be a part of co-authoring with the community the future of what the event industry is is gonna look like. How are we all going to move forward. It was sort of too good to be true type of moment. So joy joined the business In february of this year from six months now so hop in has actually done something really interesting Then saw this trend coming of how do you make events more inclusive and accessible to people who otherwise couldn't be there in person than the story arc. Founder story is really what shaped us again. Long before coded. He contracted an autoimmune disease. That kept him homebound for two years two years in as founder as an entrepreneur. You really rely on your community for things. Like meeting pencil. Investors meeting other founders like these types of things and he was completely on the other side of it so his whole profession was effectively halted while he was really battling this this this condition and so he thinking developer built hopping as a tool to basically create immersive video and interactive video experiences in person events. That don't treat the Outside viewer like a second class citizen. They're just as much in the room as someone that's physically there so you can imagine the timing of all this happened just before co crazy this many faithful right but then now to say oh isn't safe At.

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The 3 Eras of Marketing: Revenue Era With Drift CMO Tricia Gellman

MarTech Podcast

01:30 min | Last month

The 3 Eras of Marketing: Revenue Era With Drift CMO Tricia Gellman

"Tricia. Welcome back to the mark. Podcast even having made this has been a fun conversation series. I'm excited to continue our conversation and talk about what we're doing today. This is what you've called the revenue era. So why are we out of the internet age and into the revenue era. Actually you know one of the things that i think about the internet age is really the rise of demand generation as a function. Like in the past you had marketers. You had sales people. But the idea of tying what marketing was doing directly pa- sales was very difficult pre internet. So you had all of these tools that rose up. They kind of created silos in a way like you. Had you know your marketing automation tool. You hide your email till you had all of these different things that you were doing and looking across them to figure out what's happening and what's not became challenging with the proliferation of all of these tools and marketers were really measured on the leads because it was the first thing that marketers could measure was like am. I bringing in enough of the food. Let's call it. But what i think we've started to see. Is that if marketers are measured by leads and sales as measured by revenue and supposedly the demand. Hurry you're connecting them. You have to actually connect them and sales doesn't care about leads. What they care about is the leads convert as it creates someone who's interested in buying and then do they buy into the revenue era is all about marketers. Getting closer with sales and closer to the understanding of is what i'm doing. Actually impacting the business and stepping up and saying that they wanna take responsibility.

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

04:43 min | Last month

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"And she's giving me this really good like baby high level version of what this is. Just you know any thing. Just you know they know this and i love it and then all of a sudden i can ask really pointed questions and get a kick out of that when people sit back in like. Why are you asking you this. Because i know how to do this. I have to just skip the basics part. Just tell me really what's going on. And is this good or bad and i've got a good relationship with our web team or digital team and i actually spend a good amount time with them because i'm genuinely interested in curious in what they do and i have so much respect for the work. Say our web team dis and what different with them than i think has been different at other places. They've worked is they now. I know they're good and i know if they're bad. I don't need someone to filter quality level for me. I can call it really quickly. And if you're good. And the i know you know what you're doing. I know the power of doing this. Well so they have more air cover and more autonomy than they will get anywhere else. They are good at what they do. They produce excellent results so we will meet once a week will run through. It's going on the web just to keep me updated by the woman who's my director web strategies like we print money lauren. Lets us do what we want. As long as we keep printing money. I was like those. Are the rules That's always a great place to be. And i think there are certain programs that we do and you see it in every company where it's just like okay just goes it goes goes and and we have customers to like mariana fpdc. She has a solution where she has success us and people not a she calls it like the money machine. She's like what's make this run than it does. Great but she's leaving all digital transformation for p. t. c. which is a huge company and because it works and she's opened the store or people trust her. Because she's proven out something that contributes directly to the revenue. I think let's strength for marketers. Today is like you said back to the outcomes. If you can demonstrate them factor having at a strategic level you get a lot of respect absolutely and with erratic he tc. I could imagine her having such a good job because no one is nitpicking. Everything that choose doing. You're driving results. I created this money machine. You can nitpick this or you can have me go and tackle the next topic and even with the web team that we have as much as i panic about for them because i know what they do it is. They know how to make money and where there's an advantage for having some with the digital background is i can translate so even if they are always. Here's the outcome. This is what we're driving. I know what they do enough. That i can translate in my head of this is really what you're trying to say to me and i think as a leader it's up to me to help them be able to communicate in a way that.

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

03:38 min | Last month

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"Hey everybody welcome to another episode of cmo conversations. I am really excited to bring another sounds i alumni onto my show today because that means i've worked together with our guest lauren and i go way back. I have today lauren. Vaccarello who is the cmo at tail-end and talent is the leading tech company in the field of data integration and data integrity. The thing that's really interesting about. Lauren is that she when i was working with her and kind of prior to that was known as being a powerhouse of digital marketing. And they're in a lot of him that come from digital marketing. And so today we're gonna talk about how she made that leap in. What does it mean what could it potentially some pointers. Be for those of you. Who are in what we would kind of. Lauren kind of termed yesterday. When we're getting ready sort of more back end marketer. How can you kind of move from being a marketer to being recognized within her company having visibility company and also growing your like she did so lauren. Lemme handed over to you and you can give us a little spiel on yourself and where you are in your role at talend awesome man. Thank you so much for having me. I love talking to you to salesforce marketers. It's still funny. How many people from our time. Sales are now sort of littering the valley as him owes. It's super superfund on. Its show great. And i just think back who would've thought back when we were like in sick spear that this was going to be the breeding ground for all of these marketing leaders. I know it's crazy like more than half the people that we worked with on that floor in that little like half floor area are cmo's now to amazing. It really really really is any. It was such a good training in such a good way of looking at paying. So i leave marketing at a company talent but how i got here has been very circuitous and i had met tricia wanna think how many years ago twelve thirteen years ago at salesforce and it was totally different time. It was seven hundred and fifty million dollars in revenue. Like two thousand employees. We were not category leader digital. Was this new thing that salesforce was starting to do in. Hey we should build out digital. And i got hired to build out paid acquisition. I really really sort of fought the idea of being like a search girl. Because that's what i did. And that's what. I was really good at but i didn't wanna do that. I wanted to be more than you know the search girl not that. There's anything wrong with doing. Pates her but there were so many other things i saw had ideas about so the way i looked things ways how do i look really holistically. Search is massive massive focus group. And we're getting all of this information. And how do we do everything from learning about what key. Words were to really market trends. And how do we work cross functionally. So i went from doing paid search to eventually taking on organic search to eventually taking on all of digital ad sales for us. Am i got to do all these like weird side. Projects like run salesforce his first advertising campaign. I got to work on a super bowl ad which were over. Who is a little drunk rather daniels about that when the show he was like firsthand. The manager of chatter so he got trauma in scars than anyone else. It's we were all just you all a little traumatize. Robin robin bears wrench. It was good experience character-building for all of us. I think that's why there's so many cmo's actually..

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Creating Customer-Focused Content With Trisha Wiles

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

02:17 min | Last month

Creating Customer-Focused Content With Trisha Wiles

"Right everyone welcome to the show. Today i am your host billy bateman and i am joined by the great tricia wiles relief tricia. Thanks for joining me today. Thanks for the intro. The great. I've never actually had that the descriptive before my name. Yeah so that's a new one while you're in my book. You're your great li. I've known you for a little while and everything you do is awesome so tricia for those that don't know you I'll give just a little intro. You're the creative content manager Their true influence also hosts the podcast Great podcast if you haven't if you haven't listened to it i'll let you plug it a little bit and but teller when just a little bit about yourself about your journey to where you got today and then true influence the journey. That's going to be the big story there. Thanks for the intro belly. At yes emigrated content manager here term funds actually new in the role. This happened in the past few months. Actually moving has metaphor month yet. I was able to be brought onto influence during the very beginning of march. Twenty twenty so. Put your mind self back in that place where you were. When was going on in the world. And i have a background in acting. I was performer. Down here in orlando florida area at working professionally around the area as as an actor whether that be musical theater straight plays children's theatre and obviously the waves of the world turns. I can no longer do my job. So the beautiful thing about Having that history in storytelling is that is what it is it storytelling right getting onstage. Learning lines learning songs and being able to connect with an ci- man does that align with marketing right now in the bbc space. Oh yes. I have seen so it has been so much fun. I get to host conversations on the accelerating revenue series. It gets a implanting season. Three eight now had great guests like you billion others in the industry. Michael brenner. tony up off. I've i've been blessed to be able to walk into an industry from something completely. Different in enacting all committed to be to be insane. Okay all right. There's a lot to learn here. And there's so many bright brilliant minds around what we get to do

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

06:18 min | 2 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"In some ways the modern cmo not the traditional but the modern cmo. I don't even think it's digital marketing at this point it's just marketing ninety comments one of the channels be selling the faster. We can get our head around that new mentality. The better and the new modern cmo if they're able to be art and science if they're able to be creative and somewhat technical maybe analytical the better word that's the modern cmo and they're actually the lynch pin of how this product gets to market and gets into the consumer's hands the way consumers want. Yeah i mean. I think that translates really well to be as well as the same thing. It's just what you're pulling together. The thing about the cmo role that i love and they also think is the most strategic is that we touch everything you touch the employees in your company. Who are your brand. You touch the product organization. You touch the sales team. I mean other than the cfo. I think the cmo is the only other rule in a company that can bring everybody together to center around the customer which i think is a requirement in today's day and age beat b. or b. to see i like to talk about it as vita human. Oh my god. I love that. It's beat human and evidence that this is changing as one role before i decided to become independent. That was opportunity that was cmo slash cdo chief. Marketing and chief digital and. I said it's 'cause chief digital shouldn't exist in three years but we only need it now. 'cause we need to push change right but digital is just a part of marketing and if you're doing the right work and collaborating with your other counterparts it all plugs together. What's odd is. There's another role that was a cmo cto hybrid marketing and ops. So if that's any indication of how marketing is now truly plugged in. We're not measuring you know. Add reach we're measuring revenues. Right by doing that. Social media rebrand and putting consumer at the centre. Elizabeth arden came out of a turnaround to ten quarters of growth to being bought by revlon financial results. So i think the new way that we can use the art and science right. We have the art. Now we've got the science for the first time ever marketers can measure impact and they're at the table it used to be the cfo and the ceo because they control the numbers a marketer who can output numbers and results. That's going to be the future of a business. Yeah and i think that's like my big messages. And i'm glad you brought it up because it's a requirement if you're a cmo and you're just broadcasting and you're just looking at leeds or you're just looking at visitors but you're not tying it down to the bottom line. You're making yourself irrelevant. But if you do do that you can be in the boardroom. Every single day you could be sitting hand in hand with the phone. The ceo and it can be the most strategic role within a company which is so exciting. Well what's even more interesting tricia. It's not even just at the c. Level which. I fully agree with you. I am well before my time. And i'm on the boards of to publicly traded companies which is traditionally people who've retired who've done ceo cfo or ceo roles because all these companies need digital. There's no one who's retired. Who grew up in digital they inherently have to reach a little bit more junior to you know get that skill level but if you are marketer who can deliver results. You're sitting on boards of of publicly traded companies whereas the average age of sixty three years. Old so i think it's super important for marketers to get smart. Even if you're somebody who grew up in the traditional way of marketing go learn it. Go get a reverse meant of someone junior in the company to teach you because you don't need to know how to buy the ad you need to know how to strategize around mobilizing your team to deliver those results right..

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Working Toward a More Inclusive Music Industry

Morning Edition

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Working Toward a More Inclusive Music Industry

"One of the big stories in the music industry right now has been the response to hip hop star two babies homophobic comments, which he made during a festival in Miami late last month. As NPR's Elizabeth Blair reports, the fallout was swift as multiple festivals canceled his shows. With his millions of followers on social media. The baby has a powerful platform. He's one BT awards and been nominated for Grammys. I'm one of the greatest ain't no debate. No, no, I'm still levitated medicated. Ironic I gave him love and they and the painting on me. That's the baby on a Dua Lipa song that's in the top 10 of the Billboard's hot 100 chart. During his concert at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami, he told the audience to put your cell phone light up. If you didn't show up with HIV AIDS, you didn't show up today with HIV AIDS and get up there and essentially transmitted disease making died. 23 weeks put his cell phone right now. The backlash was immediate. Dua Lipa distanced herself from the baby Lollapalooza removed him from the lineup. Then more festivals canceled two shows Elton John and Madonna railed against the misinformation in his comments about HIV. I think there's a new moment. There's definitely a new moment. The baby is a big star and Brown University professor Tricia Rose says The cost to his career is significant. At the same time, she says, the music industry has long tolerated and profited from artists like the baby. There's many, many artists who are promoted by the industry, who are celebrated by the industry because of their quote unquote edgy, extreme behavior. And you know that is a longstanding pattern that has not abated in any way And then you know when they step out of line about when and how they actually live into that identity. Then there's all this sort of, you know we're all about peace, love and

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15BB Blind vs Blind Strategy Tips

Poker on the Mind Podcast

04:05 min | 2 months ago

15BB Blind vs Blind Strategy Tips

"Say fifteen big blind limp posts a small blind verses big blind so basically fifteen bigs effective. Small blind limps and big blind checks all right and You have eight. Deuce of hearts in the big blind. So hero has eight days of hearts and checks. I in the big blinds and the flip comes ace eight four so acis spades eight of diamonds four of diamonds and the small blind bets. Two point three big blinds into three big blinds Hero calls and then the turn is the ten of hearts. The board narrates ace of spades of diamonds for of diamonds ten of hearts and the villain or the ball goes for about four point. Five big blinds. This time into seven point. Five big blends and i can see here that the hero folded here and that was incorrect. So the great thing about this opposite shows you where you're going wrong and it was supposed to be a cool here. One hundred percent of the time looking at it looking at it now so the question is why do we call here with third pair. Surely hand isn't good enough. So do you have any thoughts. Stray away to show just remind you of the hunters olympic fifteen. Big blinds floppies. Ace eight four goes big bear and we call with middle pat eight of hearts and then the turn is the ten of hearts and the villain bats four and a half into seven and a half and we need to call on this turn card so yeah any thoughts right now tricia l. yeah. I have plenty of thoughts. I have plenty of thoughts You know i think you have to look at. What is the range of hands that the small blind is going to be taking these lines with right so should always be our first our first online yell out and then we can probably come up with a lot of hands that the small blind would be doing this with that right. Our our third peres. Arthur parents like the nuts. But i'm sure you're going to fill us in on some more. Some more ideas here will so just to go back a few steps. Don't even to this this hand behalf and get asked the question. I which of the spots that you should focus onto to maximize your studying to be more or most efficient when it comes to studying so looking you know four bet. Pots is probably just. Don't do it you can you know until you've mastered all the other spots single raise. Parts against the big blind position is a really good one. Boston versus big blind off. Various tax is is going to be really good then maybe like logic big blind and then for some of position stuff you might want to cut off his button and low jack versus button and then blind versus blind and obviously this line versus blind spot and i think that it trips people up because the rangers are so wise and you go to realize that he With with panay is is actually pretty good in this spot. That the key thing i think as well is that all we check back in the big blind what to think about what range actually looks like. We're gonna be raising jamming with a lot of hands right so on this as high board. We don't have too many six hands and so as well right and well. Yeah you say that but for fifteen. Big blinds is definitely going to be He can go for a limp with Some some really strong hands. Maybe the off suit. Asec yeah. I think you're right here. The tricia will have the off suit. A sex are the ones that might just go for a jump. Fifteen fifteen bigs but yeah. I do think he's going to have Some some essex hands in this in this spot But all in all it just means that like yeah. You will have a few ace ace hands and then you could have a eight four. So that's pretty strong but you're probably not going to have eight and you're not going to have falls and you probably raise aces as

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"tricia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"But then we'll laugh a lot and so very special group of actors that You know when i win that comes together. That's like lightning in a bottle. Yes unfortunate to call them all my friends yet. It was a especially especially with two of them last night. And one of the producers at the at the halloween horror nights though. Oh that's nice so talk about how. What was that like for you. The horror nights. Yeah yeah i. I'm just terrible when something jumps out and this is only my second time there. In the first time. I cried fifteen minutes into the park and this time managed to not cry but i i will say i did fall over four or five times when something jumped out at me and i was not sandra just as bad michael triggers life so we were no longer allowed to go first. We had armour either one of our friends. Charen or michael because when something jumped out and we jumped back and then you inadvertently step on. Somebody's foot and follow over. And it's like a series of dominoes with people behind you. Yeah i had a. I had a few scares last night. But the crease show. The creepshow may is fantastic. If anybody's going to it they definitely should check. Check that out. That's fantastic yeah. It's great to see creepshow back You know it was. i remember. it's really. I don't know if you know but it's really an affectionate tribute to what used to be called ec comics. Which was a horror. Comics was out in the fifties and creepshow is kind of like a cinematic and now a video stepchild of it but it surely captures the gore and scares and really some of the themes to of it. So i'm glad it's back and certainly glad that greg is behind that too. Oh absolutely greg is just. He's so amazing. To work with such a lovely man so thrilled like he just. He's like a kid in a candy store. Still you know He i remember walking into production office. And i hadn't met him before. I was with danielle lin. Who might My co star in the episode and he walks up he said sit down and introduces himself and he's like look what we just did. And you proceeds to show us on the phone we're looking at this guy standing there and all of a sudden is head blows up and so daniel and i are screaming like wait. Wait what did you show. And he's like you might see again. No like warren person like you were thinking that can be some. Yeah of course it's creepshow but he just had such energy and obviously knowledge of the genre. And i hadn't seen the original so i went and watched the original. I just really really enjoyed them in. Enjoyed also the humor in some of that. Oh yeah very much. that's great. Well it's such a pleasure to talk to you and again. I just admire that the choices you make and You know you're not limiting yourself to anything. And i could certainly see you doing turning around and doing a comedy with little or no effort. I think you had that in you. Thank you yes i would i would love to. We'll put that out in the the air absolutely absolutely. Oh thank you again. And thank you all for listening to sci-fi talk as we talked to with tricia helfer creepshow and also dracula on van helsing on scifi. Take care everyone. I'm lavar burton and you're listening to sifi dogs..

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"tricia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Very honored and very happy to have tricia helfer on the phone. It's been a busy lady. Recently to beyond the new creepshow coming up and also coming up as dracula on van helsing welcome. It's great to talk to him. Is health thank you happy to be here before we get into the roles. I i guess you do this consciously or or maybe it's just the way you like to. Do you like to pick your roles but you always seem to be challenging yourself. You could easily played it very safe after battle star galactica and yet you continually challenge yourself and that certainly draws my admiration. Well thank you thank you. I appreciate that it's That's one of the fun parts of acting right is To try and challenge yourself and and do fun things as well. So i was actually at the round tables with you for creepshow in san diego so that was cool and and getting you for a few minutes like that was awesome. And i've seen you as van. Helsing but i won't get very specific because i think people have to discover you that way. You have seen why you yeah. That was quite an entrance. Yeah it was a little little as you say challenging Little daunting that's for sure. I mean it's such an iconic character. Oh yeah but you know. I love her. You love her look. I think people will be very pleased by the way She looks. I hope so. Yeah i mean you know. It's it's that's one thing that the the writers and the creators and hair and makeup team. And i were were on board with right from the beginning. It's it's nice when you have a cohesiveness right from the beginning. Instead of everybody coming in having a different idea of what. Our version of the character should look like to seem to to fit. Yeah oh yeah now. As far as how to play her was that. Did you draw from the scripture. I guess you were talking to producers about how to approach her..

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"Welcome everybody thank you for coming back to another episode of cmo conversations. Today i have with me dylan. Steel who i met at salesforce years ago. But is now the cmo at coalition dylan. Maybe you can introduce yourself and give a little background on how we met each other and how we've stayed in touch over the years. Yeah absolutely thank you so much for having me on. The podcast really excited to join you. I think i've just begun. I moved in my first month of cmo coalition. So this'll be an intro. For folks on how to deal with their first month. But you and i met at our time at salesforce together where i worked in product marketing for six seven years in a variety of roles focused on the salesforce platform tools for it and developers security. And the like you're demand general but together. We got to do a lot of great work. Some fun traveling good socializing and you really been a nice part of kind of i mentor and board of directors. I think about my marketing career or have a crazy burning question that i don't know how to answer or sometimes just need a sounding board someone to bug so really appreciated that we've been able to keep up the relationship over the years. Yeah i think it's great and One day maybe we'll work together again. That's always One of the reasons. I poke you but i haven't won you over into my new team so i don't know one day but hopefully it'll be a very successful samho career as well and this is just the beginning. So i'm excited to see how that continues to grow for you as well in the podcast. We spend a lot of time talking about the future of marketing. The relationship of marketing and sales. You mentioned your personal board of directors and that we had an episode where we spoke about that with them a different simao so several topics that we've talked on here there in other ways but today i think what we want to talk about is like a little bit of your journey right like we've talked and i've had multiple product marketers i think product marketers are emerging as one of the really good hotbeds for cmo's because they touch across so much of the business. But i think it's newer because twenty years ago. People didn't even know why they needed a part of marketer. So maybe you can talk about like okay. You're product marketer. But then actually you left salesforce. He went to spunk in. You didn't do project marketing. Yeah that's exactly right. So i i loved my time as a product marketer and being at salesforce it certainly was an opportunity to sit at the intersection of so many different parts of the business..

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"tricia" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on Switch4Good

"Habits. And today we're gonna learn how tricia lost the weight and dove into the psychology behind emotional. Eating and food addiction arming herself. With the knowledge that has led her to business. Today is overcome food issues. Tricia also has a book out called. Heal your hunger and were so excited to hear what she has to teach us today. Welcome tricia to switch for good. Thank you for having me. What an honor. It's it's really our pleasure to have you know a lot of people are gonna learn so much about your journey Tell us a little bit. Let's start from your teen years. Because i mentioned in the in the intro. How you struggled with emotional eating and Some a binge drinking tell about your story. Yeah so i you know. From the gecko. I think had an unhealthy or at least in abnormal relationship with food. Where food was like definitely my number one highlight and i just live to eat and so i love to cook. I love to serve it to other people. I love to go out to dinner and of course just any time. I love to eat. And i thought that was a long and short of it like i just like food but as i got older and began to gain weight I realized that i wasn't normal with food. I didn't just like food. That food was serving me in ways that it didn't for other people you know i just was. My everything was my go-to for everything. And i'm ben. In my adolescence. I began to drink. You know in high school. I went to school and there was a lot of drinking going on and i took to it like a like duct takes takes water although it was so bad by the end of highschool that they call. Trish the fest okay. So that's that's a clue that something's wrong So yeah so. I like to drink like to eat. You know and i was kind of just honestly looking back. Of course i came to see that i was anesthetizing. My feelings i was running from myself with these addictive havoc and And so the problem for me is that i gained weight very easily so i didn't and i of course try to believe i couldn't do that so i just gained weight and so i became overweight and by age twenty one. I was fifty pounds overweight and it was really uncomfortable for me. And i hated it and i had a role in my tummy that i was scrunched up on my hands in. Imagine cutting off like you can cut fat off the side of day or i thought. Well maybe i'll get some disease automatically lose weight..

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What is the Role of Hope in Poker?

Poker on the Mind Podcast

03:54 min | 3 months ago

What is the Role of Hope in Poker?

"Got a mindset question in the i forty this year because it was in an email is really long email. I'm not gonna read all of it but you've already read it tricia but the gist of it was really The thomas who who sent an email in so shouts thomas thing sending the same but basically wanted us to discuss what is the role of hope whilst playing poker That is a juicy question. And i know he had talked about it. And he said you know it's essential to surviving tougher world conditions. But it could be very destructive in the poker world. And when i read it. I thought this is a really interesting topic. Because i think the way we use words and language is in everyday. Life is different than what we use it from a psychological standpoint and psychological studies right. So i wanted to talk about from a psychological point how we see hope and kind of three ways. I guess we could categorize thoughts and made a few notes on the so. If i'm looking guys that are watching the video and gals he'll dot y so I thought about the types of thoughts that we might have and we could be fantasizing. And that's where it's you know like pure fun and entertainment. And i think this could be one of the areas where thomas might be thinking like that would be destructive in poker. I think even had An example you know where you're playing. I'm paraphrasing this. Because it's been a while since the email but you're playing and maybe you're you're hoping like texture gonna win the hand ray. You're just oh please fold please fold. Please fold right or right. I think that could we could get between fantasizing or dwelling which dwelling us where we hyper focused on the bad things. That could happen to us right to me. Those are different constructs than hope and how From a psychological standpoint is exciting thoughts for the future while acknowledging the obstacles that might lie ahead and so if we use hopeful thinking than we're actually going to be relying on plans and actions so we want to be active not passive so to me. If i'm you know. And i get in these spots to sometimes where i'm like. Please fold please please. Home or conversely. Sometimes it's like please call. Please call please call right. So it's not always negative but i feel like that's a little bit different from the hope construct if we're looking at hope the main researchers on hope our guy name Shane lopez and another guy named charles snyder. And they've done a lot of research on hope and basically i'll boil down because they say slightly different things Lopez says that. If you want to be hopeful you need a goal you need agency and you need pathways okay. So the goal is like what is it that you're most excited about right. That travel agency is the belief that you can actually make something happened in the situation and pathways would be multiple ways like plan so plan z to actually get there so i think when it becomes destructive would be where we're lacking something here right so maybe we're not clear on the goal or perhaps we don't have self confidence we're lacking in self belief or more importantly perhaps we don't have plans a z. Perhaps we only have planned a please. God fold

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"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

07:53 min | 4 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"Am tricia gilman. And i'm excited in the episode today to talk to a unique flavor of cmo and that is randy fresh. The cmo of uber flip. And what is so unique about him is that he's not just the cmo but he is a co founder and you don't really find that many founders of texas companies that are also the cmo off so randy. Why didn't you yourself and kind of chuck a little bit about your role at uber flip. Tens grade tricia. Thanks for having me. And i'm gonna steal that unique flavor line because i usually warn people when i'm interviewing marketer. Mike traditional cmo and by that. I often mean that. I need really strong marketing team around me. Because as a co founder i mean pulling various different directions at sometimes are not just marketing now. I also know that. That's that's the reality of a cmo right. Let's be honest and you probably know that teacher shut like when you get to that sea level when you get to that. Cmo level or any c. level type of title in an organization. You have to start to care not just about the marketing function you need. Your is going all over the place. And i think that's when things i've talked to other mos- utter out chief revenue officers other. You know just sea level or vp level individuals. And i think that's that next step you take. It's it's realizing it's not just a bad news when things i say often. It's not just the team being described as my marketing team. It's realizing you have other teams are part of right. You're part of an executive team and you have responsibilities to bond with them gel with them and just the same type of ways so that that's the way i try and look at being. Cmo in a co founder. It's it's realizing you've got various teams that you're accountable to. Yeah but as a co founder with a solution that's being sold to marketers. Cmo's there's a lot of work. I would imagine that you have to do. Not just as sort of like i team leadership. Second team maybe marketing. But there's a whole slew of things you probably have to do in terms of defining where the product is going. I would think absolutely. And i mean i don't know if this is in all companies but without a doubt uber flip there's influence as to what we do based on my passion my co-founder as well but in many ways when we were getting started together and looking at a problem to solve we actually took influence by both of our cautions mine being marketing and a lot of what we do to reflect is designed to solve for the problem of a marketer like myself who has great ideas not to pat myself on the back but hires these ideas. You want to be here if you didn't not great i guess. Has these ideas. That i wanna make come to life and you know. Sometimes i just don't have the technology at my fingertips to do it. And i remember. I often talked to my team and and others on our product team about this idea. That when i was in university then like i was the guy that everyone wanted in their group because i can do amazing things with powerpoint like i was that powerpoint grew that i wasn't going to write the paper but you wanted to be in there because i would make it. You know animated amazing ways and does because powerpoint was made for people who could encode right and even though there's better solutions in powerpoint. Today is that same motivation to gets me going with any piece of technology. It's highs it. Let me do something without having to involve other stakeholders that are just going to slow my team down at the end of the day. And that's you know. That's why i love drift. That's why i love a lot of the other parts of our technology stack. Also how does that play into like how you help to define like. Are you meeting regularly with the product team to kind of layout features. You need in the road map or was that how it started in the beginning and now it's kind of more you're just in touch with the customers and it's more about like the cs post purchase process and being close to the customer. Not a balls over time. I remember when we were to give perspective our teams around one hundred fifty people right now and we're hiring a lot made by time this airs one hundred and eighty bucks. Were around one fifty now. But i remember when we were under ten people and it was me and my co-founder for perspective. My co zaveri product minded individual. He can build staff in amazing ways it really make it simple for marketers like me and we would sit around one big table or team of under ten cup and be like it would be really cool. If it could do this and four hours later it could do that. I mean that was the fun stage where you're really iterating in the moment and coming up with these great concepts as as you grow first of all. That's not the only way to get input into your product. It's not just founders unique. Get to the point where you've got you know. Customers in some of your customers are much more sophisticated even in their go to market. I mean now. Think of jeff think buber were built both growing our companies. That are probably heading to an enterprise size but if we're serving enterprises we've got to get their voice into the conversation so using things like customer boards using things like product technology as well that gives us voice of the customer. That's a big part of it. But one of the things. I always say we. You know we've got to listen and understand our customers. That's a big part of our core value. But you know at the same time we always have to remember. It's not just what they're asking for. It sometimes looking at the things that they're saying in realizing that they're doing things in her broken way. In still being disruptive so are the areas that i still like to get involved is the limit and look and say okay. Well they're doing it in this way but that's kind of broken. How do we make it more efficient. And that's the part that i like to get still in bolton to come to challenge the norms. Yeah i think. I've seen that with other founders. In the past they've been more like engineering founders. But i think that as a founder you kind of understand the vision you understand the underpinning of what's in the technology stack you've built and then it isn't really just about what the customer says they want. It's about understanding the pain sort of real of what's happening so you can then like evolve your solution to kind of lead. It's like what are they really trying to do. Is not howard the doing it. But what is the ultimate goal. I remember one time. I was a visiting some customers on the west coast and this was a late stage actually prospect so i was pulled in to try and help it move along but i went into this room and didn't say anything. I watched the cmo in two of their senior individuals in a room. Talking about a workflow. And you just saw the cmo's mind blowing it. How broken this workflow was that. These two individuals honestly they were great and they were just trying to explain. How complex with immediate accomplish was idea of trying to get a piece of content. Build a landing page finished the content. I said it was like a you know cart before the horse situation. Do we build a landing page. I wanted i and you saw the cmo just realizing how broken this was. And i was sitting there watching the cmo be like. Can you fix this. Because they're there to really bright people and those are the opportunities. I think that tech disruption comes in is looking at something where you've got people hacking away at you know using technology now built for the purpose.

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S6 E11 - This is what it's like living with someone with PTSD. . . - Full Episode

Courage to Fight Again

29:01 min | 5 months ago

S6 E11 - This is what it's like living with someone with PTSD. . . - Full Episode

"All right you ready. I actually hit record this time here. We go so in the most recent episode of the podcast season six episode ten. I sat down with my wife patricia. I talked to her about the challenges. She has faced in dealing with multiple mental health diagnoses over the years and right after we published that episode. We received an excellent recommendation from a listener. Asking us to tackle the topic of what it's like living with someone with ptsd. And i think patricia. And i are uniquely suited to tackle this since both of us. Have this diagnosis in in. Its for completely different reasons. This episode is going to be an unfiltered. Look at what. It's like to live with someone with post traumatic stress disorder and by way of introduction. This is the we served now. What podcast where. I do my best to answer the questions. Veterans and their families are already asking so you can make your post military life. Your best life money erin perkins. I'm a. us army combat veteran daddy to two amazing kiddos host of this podcast. If you hadn't guessed. And i am joined today again by my beautiful bride patricia. Welcome back to the show thank you. I'm so glad to be here. Well good good so it's been a couple weeks right and last time we talked about the treatments. You're getting and things like that for depression. Talk to us a little bit before. We're gonna dive into the. Ptsd topic talked us a little bit. About how those are going those are going. I'm not going to be very honest. they're painful. I think Winning expecting almost a miracle. I mean you you let somebody shock your head for twenty minutes a day. You expect something but it's actually made my depression a little worse. They said that's normal. It can get worse before it gets better. So actually they're going to re map tomorrow and see if there's a different place. They need to put the magnet. But i think it's gonna go all right. Yeah we hope we hope and pray as well trained for this for that. This works in putting you through a lot of distress but like you said pain to try to to address the depression right. And so that's that's just one part of what can be a result of ptsd another city but the actually brit really brings up our our first thing to talk about is. Let's talk about ptsd a little bit. What it is. And how. I understand it. How do you understand. ptsd how. I understand it is. I mean we all know it stands for post traumatic stress disorder and that can be from your childhood from your teen years from adulthood. Something you went through something. You saw something you experienced. That was just traumatic for you. And i know that it can you know make you. Have you know nightmares it. Can you know how you can have memories of that trauma and then you avoid situations that you know make you think of that trauma and you know a lot of even soldiers you know. They get like hyper vigilant. You know because of how it makes them feel and it can call anxiety and depression as well. I think the hyper vigilance was one of the i. I realize that i that something was wrong right. I knew i had a lot of anger in. I was like i don't know why angry like i'm i'm not in the army anymore. I thought you the anger was just part of just being in the army. You're just mad something every day. And so i thought that it would go away and it didn't in fact he got worse and it. Was that hyper vigilance piece. I always felt. I still do. But i always felt ready. This constant state of readiness hyper vigilant. That's one of the behavioral parts because there's behavioral parts psychological mood in general sleep. And then you know it you can break them all down like you know behavioral is like you know you feel agitated or irritable or hof style or hyper vigilant like you were saying or you know you start doing self destructive things like you know. Drugs are becoming an alcoholic or or if he just completely isolate yourself. That's me raise my hand right there myself psychological as you know flashbacks which i don't have those fear that comes from nowhere severe anxiety failure to trust other people. Because you don't know what's going to happen the mood part of it. You know you lose interest or pleasure in doing stuff that you used to enjoy doing right or you feel like the severe guilt or you are incredibly lonely like you have tons of people around you. You have a family that loves you but you are so lonely and it messes with your sleep. It can cause you to sleep too much. Not enough to have horrific nightmares and a lot of people have detachment from other people and like intrusive thoughts that they just can't get rid of you know that you know. They go through their day and i guess to some other people they might look like legitimate list crazy but they just have these constant like thoughts and some people have to talk it out. You know there's so many parts to ptsd. yeah. I think that's one of the challenges with even realizing that you might have it right because there's so many parts to it. Depression anxiety intrusive thoughts avoiding situations. Not sleeping sleeping too much having horrific nightmares having too much emotion having no emotion at all. There's so many things and so what i was told. People especially veterans is if if something feels off. Don't try to figure out if you have. Ptsd anxiety or depression go to mental health right and talk to the professional about it and let them figure out whether you use the va or you go out to out to in the civilian sector. You go get it checked out. Because there's there's nothing that's not going to hurt you to go get it checked out right and that was a question that i was going to ask you. Is you know like when did you realize you had ptsd. I think it was what year wise was twenty seventeen. I got out and twenty. Fourteen of twenty seventeen anger progressively got worse. The hyper vigilance. And what. I say hyper vigilance. I i don't mean just like you know on edge all the time and i guess that was part of it but for me it was this feeling like i'm about to go into a fight like just ready like i mean you know kind of like almost kind of like a sprinter would be at the starting line. Okay here we go all right. I'm ready. i'm ready and it was like that all the time. That sounds exhausting. It is it really really is it took i say i want to say it took a long time to get past that but truth is i'm up past that no the pd. Has these not a broken limb. You know you can't cast on it and wait six weeks and go back and get the cast off and you're good to go. No i mean people can't get past it it's it. There are stories of people who you know they had. Ptsd and to you know after a few months few years depending on situation you can't get past. It depends on the person. I think it's post traumatic growth right where you know after your trauma you become a stronger person. A bigger percent better person. I don't know if i would. I would say that people ever get over their trauma. They just they build one right in that instead of letting the letting it crush them they use it to to fuel becoming a better person in the end and the thing is it's not always a choice. I don't think this is my opinion right. I don't think it's always a choice whether you get to say like oh. I'm past the worst part of my ptsd. And i'm only headed for post traumatic growth now. I don't even think i've heard that term post traumatic growth. So i don't know. If i would be i don't know if my opinion i mean i hope that's a real thing Veteran futterman talk to me. One time so you're doing it basically you're doing to post traumatic growth thing like you like you know you start a company like you've got a great career you've got a great family you know you've got a beautiful home cars dog you've got all this stuff going for you you're doing life right you're in your a great church like you're doing all these things right and hosting this podcast you're getting so much stuff done okay and i'm like okay cool why don't it feel better yeah really i'm like okay. We'll see if this post traumatic growth. I number one. i'm happy i'm growing. I'm happy growing getting better. getting smarter. Faster stronger whatever it is. I'm happy about that part but like it is this like is post traumatic growth a destination or is it just this constantly journey. Yeah i think it's a journey in. It reminds me of what we heard in church on sunday about walking wounded. And that's what that means is like. Es your wounded mentally sometimes physically but you know ptsd is a mental disorder and your your wounded mentally but you continue to walk. Wounded is when you stop that. There's no growth And so the post traumatic growth is continuing to walk. Even though you're wounded i love. Obviously you we're in the same service. Same church service right and we were both talking about how great it was so we can ask each other. This question okay. What's it like living with me especially within. What's it like living with me. Especially when i'm experiencing some sort of triggering episode so you mentioned 2017 when you first realized that you had p. Tst then it was. You're angry and you know we tried to give you a little bit of space and like you know. Let you breathe calm down. But i think i think you have grown because now you take that space for yourself. You're like i'm going to go run or i'm going to take the dog and we're going to go hike for a few hours. I think that you know living with you. I've able to watch you grow. And and learn how coping mechanisms coping skills. And i think with. Ptsd you have to learn. Those people might not always understand them like. I'm not hiking ninety degree weather with a dog. It's not happening but three you that works that would trigger trigger something not. Ptsd that would trigger anger. It has nothing to do with. Ptsd you you. You've joined small groups that you guys run and you know for exercise in general for you just really helps you a lot of that. Is you know twenty seventeen. We had just moved to alabama and things weren't going the way we wanted them to and life was just really stressful right. And you hadn't even been diagnosed yet. sure sure. So you've you've grown okay. So i don't even ask this question. What do you like living with me. It's amazing it's amazing. I love it. Let next question experiencing some sort of triggering episode. Well i've told you this before but as a man as a husband i feel. It's my duty my job to keep you happy. You know and so a lot of times i think. Ptsd manifests itself in your life as overwhelming depression and crippling anxiety right. And there's not a single thing i can do about it so for me. It's not that living with you is better or worse. Y you know with a triggering episode. It's that my hands are tied right. And so i think it's super frustrating. Because i'm like. I see a problem my wife is in. It's not just unhappy. You know it's like she. Has this a legitimate mental diagnosis. A mental condition that. I can't do anything to fix Frankly doctors can't do anything to fix every single part of that right and that conversation we've had many times because you're like i just want to fix it and i'm like doctors i have and they can't fix it. Release yourself up that burden. You can't fix it and that is so tough as a man who says you know what i'm here to lead my family my wife and my kids and you know kind of you know take charge and we're going to go tackle life together and that is so appreciated but sometimes you just got. It's true it's true like it's nothing you can do. Well that's not true. Okay that's not true space. Give me space. You know like like you did tonight. I had that treatment today and it made me sick today. I was actually really upset stomach today. And i'm just chilling in the bedroom lennon bed phone and you just made dinner that i did that helped i did. I logged off my computer at work and went and made dinner. It was amazing. I don't know if the dinner was amazing. But it's good good good so coming up after the break tricia and i are going to ask each other one more question. We're going to ask this question. Is there anything good about living with someone who has. Ptsd and we're gonna share several takeaways with you. Stay with us. Many americans today don't realize the stress and anxiety they feel is most likely because of their finances according to bankrate.com more than six out of ten people couldn't cover a one thousand dollar emergency seven out of ten. Don't budget regularly. An eight out of ten are living paycheck to paycheck to these describe you. Are you ready to live like others. Can't too many make the mistake of budgeting their lifestyle instead of budgeting their basic needs. I my friend. Marco over at mc business lab has a simple process to automate the basic things. You need to live and then never looking at one of those bills again. Head over to live like can't dot com to get on the wait list for his own line course to learn this automation skill that will significantly reduce your stress anxiety. And if you think one on one attention could be the way for you. You can also schedule your free consultation with marco once again that's live like others can't dot com get on the path to your dream life today all right and we are back and as promised. We're going to talk about ptsd or would keep talking about ptsd right but the question that we have for each other. Do you wanna ask it. I want me to go go ahead. Is there anything good about living with someone who has ptsd. I wrote this question. I still think it's a tough question you know i would not wish. Ptsd on anyone true. I'll start with that so with that in mind. What the good that has come out of it. It helps me to understand other people abso win. I hear about a veteran struggling with. Ptsd or a a veteran's family member or or family member or friend who is struggling with ptsd. I'm like i get it. I know how you feel. I completely understand and so for me. It's if there's anything good. It's that i can better relate to people who are going through the same frustration and anguish and honestly emotional pain when they see their loved one going through this right and i know not everyone copes. Well that's true and so this question might be difficult for some other. Some people listening you know like they're their loved when ptsd is raging alcoholic. Who's angry all the time. In what would you tell that person. That's an even to that. That in itself is even tougher. I think what. I would be telling that person is i. Can't i cannot tell you what you should be experiencing if you're living with someone with ptsd and you're like you know my spouses a raging alcoholic as a result of pd. St how do i find good in that. I can't tell you what good you should find. I i'm in no place to tell you that the only thing i can do is point you to the one that is jesus christ the principe who can give you peace in the situation and and the bible even says you know piece that passes all understanding basically piece. That doesn't make sense. So i can't tell you. This is what you should be feeling. This is what you should be experiencing. But i can recommend you to eat a formula so to speak of how to live better in that situation right and and i would add onto that to a more. You know just. I don't know. Do we say worldly. Come that. Try to under try to understand. Don't don't try to fix but like research. See how you can help your one with ptsd. Because i think not. Understanding is a part of the problem right for years i had. Ptsd and you did not. You didn't understand it in in mind would manifest in depression anxiety in the soldier new said just go exercise pushups drink water burpee strength water and i'm like you so don't get it and it was true i didn't you act totally asked you to research it to better understand it and you you did better understand it but now that you have experienced for yourself it's completely different really it. It really really is just just so different when you experience it for yourself. So i'll ask you the same question. Is there anything good about living with someone who has ptsd. I think it teaches you. How similar to what you said compassion. I mean i've always had a big heart. And i think it's because it's been broken a lot and you don't hurt anybody else because you know what that feels like you know you have more compassion. Because you know what it's like to fill abandoned or left out or or or thrown away so you're not gonna do that to anybody because if you're not a monster you're not gonna do that because you know what that feels like me and so i have probably too much compassion. My heart's honestly probably isn't too big for people. There are worse things that people not for pets. But that's a whole different. That's a big for people. Pets you can have one. That's my ocd. Am sorry that's okay. But yeah i would say me. It's compassionate and i've seen more compassionate you as well 'cause i was saying earlier when you didn't understand it you just dislike. Oh burpee and water. But now you're like. Do you want to go take a nap. You need to lay down like there's way more compassion than there was before so if if anything good can come out of such a horrific diagnosis like ptsd. I mean if you can just you know. Be patient and be kind. You can learn compassion. Sure yeah that's a really good point. So that's it for the questions right now. We honestly united had these types of conversations for year really really long time and and this is just another one of those conversations of how to how to live with someone with ptsd. What it's really like. i. I'm going to go out on a limb here. What's the worst part about living with someone with. Ptsd not knowing how they're gonna react something and so you know there's times when not recently but you know there were times i'm like oh i don't know if i want to tell him this 'cause i don't know how he's gonna react. I don't know where he's at today. You know mentally like you know. He's already got a lot on his plate. I'm kinda it's almost like an egg shells kind of thing like the. You wanna be really careful. You know so so those can be a little. And i'm sure i'm the same way i'm sure you and the kids stay away. Well i think for me and maybe for the kiddos too. I don't know but for me. It's the the worst part you know other other than the obvious of you. Know seeing my spouse going through this right but you know how it how it affects. Your frustrates me is the inability to plan. I love planning. I'm like okay. What are we going to do tomorrow. Six weeks from now five years from now and like i don't know win and might depression depression. Yeah and you're going to be like. Oh sorry man like as much as you would love to go do that. Depression is just crushed. You for that day or week or i mean there are many many times to. I'm going to say through the years that i've pushed myself. You know because. I i wanna do fun things at the family like you know. I think a lot of people feel that way. Like yeah wanna goaded disneyworld and make memories you know and you feel like that that depression creep over you and you just got to push through it as hard as it is. You just gotta you can't quit. You got to keep moving gonna walk wounded speaking of which so i know we. We referenced. The walk wounded message right. So so for those of you. Who don't know this was a message from church. The highlands with A great jura tear in this region of the country. One of the biggest in the nation as i recall got twenty plus camp twenty two twenty. Three i don't even know now. We got a bunch of campuses anyway. The the one of the pastors nikon carter. He spoke any told the story about a guy that will testament by the name of jacob who ends up wrestling with this angel and this angel as he's wrestling with jacob he he knocks jacobs jacobs hip out of socket right but jacob keeps wrestling. He's like hey. I am not going to let you go until you bless me. And so he. He eventually wins the wrestling match. The angel blesses him. And then jacob has to go meet his brother. There's whole back did this to me his brother and as he's going to meet his brother he's limping like crazy. And so even though the angels blessed and basically god putting his hand on him and saying hey like i you know i i love you. I approve of what you're doing. You know i'm blessing right now. Even though god did that he didn't heal him completely soup but jacob still had to keep moving and he had to walk wounded. Right into put in real world speak is like yeah. You can have blessings you can have all these great things in life you can have money. Houses cars land lakes pools vacation homes. But that doesn't mean you're not going to have wounds right from other people from yourself from life itself. Ptsd is usually a a life itself kind of thing so what you gotta keep walking for. Sure for sure so what's another takeaway back to. What we're saying is be patient and educate yourself. If you want to help your spouse or even yourself like okay like read just read read. How other people are doing it and that have been successful and and see how it actually manifests in your own life. Because just saying it's ptsd. I bet there some other things surrounding it that maybe you don't even know. And so educate yourself and be patient with yourself and your spouse if it's your spouse right right and somebody said this is another great takeaway. Here is give your spouse space if your spouse was the one who has the. Ptsd right give them the space they need. I will say that with the caveat if you believe. They are in danger of hurting themselves. Get the appropriate help. Absolutely this is not the your spouse said. Hey i'm gonna take my own life and then you say okay one. That's giving them space. No no no. That's not a time when you need to give them space. That's a time when there needs to be an intervention right. You know so when we're talking to give give your spouse space. it's you patricia. Saying yeah take your dog for hike. Its ninety degrees. go ahead. i'm not with you. I'll be in the pool right. Yeah right yeah gopher run go go do something to to just relax to take that. Take the edge off so to speak. Then so give your spouse space. I think is a really really great takeaway there so anything else any other takeaways. We should share with our audience today. I don't know. I think we've covered it. I mean just to walk wounded. Hold their hand while they're walking did. Oh may that's the that'll pre treat there. that's good. That is so good well patricia again. So much for coming on the show really really appreciate. I know you didn't feel great today but you muscled through it and i'm so so glad you did. I know our listeners grew be happy as well and obviously on this show. We ask a lot of questions that we do our best to answer a lot of questions and we all have a lot of questions but the most important question we can ask ourselves is this. Have i accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith. In jesus christ will thank you so much for listening. Be sure to follow social media. Facebook occurred to fight again. Same thing on instagram and twitter ad courage again. You can pick up. A copy of my book resolve at courage to defied again dot com or also on amazon. It has been such a pleasure sharing our hearts in this conversation with you today until next time. Thanks for listening.

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White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology

Dr. Perry Show

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology

"New York's Long Island, says the white headmaster at her son's school punished the young man by forcing him to kneel. The student's mother, Tricia Paul, tells the New York Daily News that headmaster John Holly and of Saint Martin too porous Marinus. Told her son. The punishment was the African way boxes Rob Dawson, the school says This does not reflect its values, and it suspended the headmaster pending an investigation. Eric is listening to Fox

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Mother: White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Mother: White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology

"I'm Julie Walker the White headmaster of a New York Catholic school forced an eleven year old black student to kneel while apologizing to a teacher and later explained that the punishment was the African way according to the boy's mother headmaster John Holliman of Saint Martin de pores married to school on Long Island was placed on temporary leave according to the Daily News the student's mother Tricia Paul who's Haitian American told the paper he forced her son trace on to get on his knees and apologized after a teacher reprimanded him over an assignment Paul said she asked holy and if that was standard practice and he said it was not but added he did learn the approach from a Nigerian father who said it was an African way of apologizing Paul says her eleven year old son is hurt and confused and they believe he was treated more harshly because of his race Julie Walker New York

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Jill Biden gives Kelly Clarkson advice on her divorce

Colleen and Bradley

01:07 min | 8 months ago

Jill Biden gives Kelly Clarkson advice on her divorce

"Today, and they talk about Kelly's recent divorce. Sitting in the White House. Jill and Kelly discussed the divorce, and Jill said that without going through a divorce, she would have never met Joe and have the beautiful family that she sweet. Okay, can I just say, I mean, I know this is not critical. This is just I'm fascinated by just critical that you want to be nice about it. I know it's going to sound critical. I don't mean it to be critical. I think it's interesting that as the interviewer Kelly Clarkson. They end up talking about Kelly Clarkson's divorce. You know what I mean? Like he's a clever, clever strategy. Yes, yes. On the subject, do the interview because she Loves to talk about her divorce anyway. Come on. Yeah. The first lady also passed on downs. Passing words on the cast on that note passed down some words saying that my mother always said said to me, things are going to go. Always going to look better tomorrow. So she encouraged Kelly to take one day at a time and things will get better. It's kind of nice. Yeah, that is nice. It was good sound advice. Yeah. Tricia Yearwood. Garth Brooks were quarantining after being exposed to covert 19. And now it has been announced. Patricia has

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Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

Vogue Podcast

09:26 min | 9 months ago

Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

"She's perfected the art of living in the spotlight. But motherhood has opened digi hadeed up to a new world and a new set of priorities. I'm khloe mao evoked contributing editor. And this is g. G in wonderland knew that i have that animal in me says gee hadeed relaxed. In bright. from december cold the twenty five year old model is astrid colored quarterhorse named dallas. And telling me about the birth of her baby in september here at her home in bucks county pennsylvania following a fourteen and a half hour labor at her side. Were her partner zane. Malik her mother yulong to her sister. Bella and a local midwife and her assistant when you see someone do that you look at them a bit differently. I probably looked crazy actually. She says a giggle tinged with pride. I was an animal woman. Mallet cut the baby. Click that she was out says gee gee gazing forward through dallas alert ears as we plod through the upper fields of harmony hollow. The farm owned by longest boyfriend. Joseph goalie a construction firm ceo. I was so exhausted. And i looked up. He's holding her. It was so cute. She's in a cropped long as puffer stretch. Czar jeans and warned black riding boots and looks like neither a harried mother of a ten week old nor paparazzi ducking supermodel with her hair roped into a smooth bun bear face and tiny gold hoop earrings. She resembles mostly her teenage self. An equestrian who showed jumped competitively while growing up in her hometown of santa barbara. California what i really wanted for my experience was to feel like okay. This is a natural thing that women are meant to do. She planned to deliver it a new york city hospital but then the realities of covert hit particularly sequestering here ninety minutes from manhattan and the limits on numbers in the delivery room which would preclude yolanda and bella from being present. Then she and malik watched the two thousand eight documentary the business of being born which is critical of medical interventions and depicts a successful home birth. We both looked at each other. And we're like. I think that's the call. Gd says they placed a blow up bath in their bedroom and sent their three cats and border collie away when the midwife expressed concern that the sphinx and maine coon felines might puncture the tub with their claws. Malik ask gee-gee what music she wanted to hear and she surprised him by requesting the audio of favourite children's novel the indian in the cupboard. He downloaded the film because it was one of his favorites too and they spent the early hours of labor watching it together. That's something we'd never talked about. But in that moment we discovered we both loved. Gd says bash family. She then tells me that malik. The former one direction star turned solo artist. Who has famously press shy and declined to be interviewed for. This article likened his own experience of her birth to align documentary. he'd seen in which a male lion paces nervously outside the cave. The lion s delivers her cubs z. Was like that's how i felt you feel so helpless to see the person you love in pain. Doom dula malibu high classmate carson. Meyer had prepared her for the moment where the mother feels. She can't go any longer without drugs. I had to dig deep. Jichi says i knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life. But you have to surrender to it and be like this is what it is. I loved that you'll monda and the midwife coach through the pain there definitely was a point where i was like. I wonder what it would be. Like with an epa darryl how it would be different jichi frankly. My midwife looked at me and was like you're doing it. No one can help you your past the point of the epidermal anyway. So you'd be pushing exactly the same way in a hospital bed so she kept pushing. I know my mom zane. Bella were proud of me but at certain points i saw each of them in terror says she ducking under a leafless branch. Dow also who've sucking in the muddy terrain afterward z and. I looked at each other. And we're like we can have some time before we do that again. The baby girl named kai digi revealed on instagram in january from the arabic for the chosen one was a weekly. She was so bright right away. Gd says adding that. The baby's heart rate stayed consistent throughout the labor. That's what i wanted for her. A peaceful bringing to the world. Kyw's world has so far remained small. Her mother rarely leaves the bucolic corner of horse country where the hadeed put down roots in two thousand seventeen. Malik bought a nearby farm. The shoot for this story. In early december at a studio in manhattan was the first time g g had left her daughter since birth yolanda took over caregiving duties even bringing her granddaughter along to feed the miniature. Ponies mama and mccoo. Gee-gee has no nanny no baby nurse. None of the traditional celebrity crutches of new motherhood during our interview the baby stayed with her father and zan's mother tricia who is visiting from england for a month to help she decided to completely take care of the baby alone says yolanda odd. And i think that bond is so important. The dutch former model turned real housewives of beverly hills. Alum was my welcoming party. When i arrived at the farm booming. Hello her arms wide on the threshold in. Camo print puffer and boots. I'm proud of her face on magazine but seeing her give birth was a whole other level of proud yolanda says you go from looking at her as a daughter to looking at her as a fellow mother. The natural transitions and generational shifts of new motherhood are at play in the household. It is a family happily influx on the sprawling. Thirty two acre property. The handful of cottages are designated for different siblings. But this summer. When g g moved out of her cottage into zan's house bella and brother anwar graduated to larger cottages leaving. The smallest is a guest house. We're still close by says she but we have our space to be our own little family. She hosted thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year with zero mother cooking the turkey g g. A prolific home-cooked herself made banana. Pi and baked yolanda favourite tatham. Bella occurred over stuffing and spiked apple. Cider in the kubota tv g g got her christmas tree early for the occasion dressing it with personal ornaments. That she and malik have exchanged over the years. The most recent being glass nintendo console a reference to a favor quarantine activity. I decorated fully. Without my mom's help. And i think i did her. Gd says they are tribe publicly known for their closeness yolanda the doting den. Mother gee-gee the fresh-faced protective older sister. Bella the edgier veronica deejays betty and aloof baby brother on war joining g g and yolanda in the kitchen for latinos and cinnamon rolls before a horseback ride eyewitness. These rules confirmed. Yolanda has the sink drinking a smoothie and finishing gee-gee sentences when she grasps for word g g threatens to have a connection if anwar eats her cinnamon roll when he ambles out of his cottage. But motherhood is a new phase and it will be up to g g to decide whether it belongs on the silhouettes of social media. I think she wants to be real. Online's as bella twenty four by phone from new york city but until her child wants to be in the spotlight and can make the decision herself. She doesn't want to put her in that position. Bela who splits her. Time between her. Soho loft and the farm and facetime with her niece and sister every morning says she already enjoys reading books. Aloud that jeeves to read to her including the rainbow fish and the very hungry caterpillar. It's pretty nostalgic. Bella says it could be argued that we are all hungry caterpillars this year cocooning and comforting with hope of emerging bright winged vaccinated g. G wants split her time between her condo and no-ho and the first class cabin of airplanes when lockdowns began she had just returned from walking fashion shows in four countries and discovering. She was pregnant on the other end of covid. She will emerge as a mother. Happily headquartered in rural pennsylvania. Still a supermodel. But one determined to lead more secluded less peripatetic life. I always want to be here fulltime. She tells me. I love the city but this is where i'm happiest furious. Speculation and countless think pieces have attended the question of what this time will mean. Will we slow down flee cities for less frenzied. More mindful life in many ways. Gee-gee the bodyman of such ideas. The sheiks glamorous version yes but also a person drawn to reassessment. It feels like now. I'm in a different place in my life. She says and she does seem genuinely at home

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A Conversation With Tricia Caiati And Kate Shannon

Creative Therapy Umbrella

05:57 min | 9 months ago

A Conversation With Tricia Caiati And Kate Shannon

"And so i thinking about it. Reached out to some other after's and like high pastor communities are absolutely amazing and i'm so thankful for the music therapy podcast community. They're awesome there is a facebook group called music therapy podcasts community. Podcasters music podcasters. Yeah if you go there you learn about like everyone has like updated podcasts. That are happening in everything too. So it's definitely a good group to join on. But so tricia and i were like okay. Let's see if we can make us idea happen. Let's see if we can figure out a way that people can earn c. n. t. Ease for listening to podcasts. And we figured it out which feels crazy it's happening and it's real it's real life so That's how mvp seeing this kind of born has a yeah true. Do you feel ready to diamond. Tristesse nagel into Yeah i think so. Go ahead start skill. I mean as good as we're gonna get we'll see we'll see how things happen. We'll see how the cookie crumbles. I like her like to improv. So the first thing we want to talk about is really just the basics of music. Therapy podcasts collective is Tricia and i both being podcasters not only wanted to find a way for listeners. To be able to earn credits by listening to podcasts. But we also wanted to find a way for podcasters to feel more supported. Have some sustainability with podcasting If you're a podcast or you know that it takes a lot of time effort money. It takes a lot to keep it going every week. But i think that's part of what we love about. It is that we're putting out free educational content for people and it's it should be free. We want people to access all of this stuff and we wanna be able to continue doing that. And not burn out Find a way to make it sustainable. So we really had this to kind of two different pronged approach to the music therapy. Podcast collective which you'll hear us refer to as mt p. c. Which i just think it's hilarious but so are focused. I was really like okay. Let's figure out how we can make this happen. How do we put together. bundles of podcasts. And all these different things so that it's accessible so that it's sustainable and so that it's quality which those are big parts of our mission and we'll talk a little bit more about those so But our biggest thing was just trying to figure out. What does this look like. There's not many other people that have done this in even other areas other therapies and stuff so we had to kind of create a model and go with it but art of all of. This is the super open feedback. We want us to be what the community wants it to be So if newer if he listened to this if you get ideas if you like it if you don't like your feedback let us know all about it and we really wanna make it something that is accessible to everybody in. That really works for working therapists. So that's really kind of music. Therapy podcast collective in a nutshell But tristesse going to go a little bit more into those three kind of core parts of our mission. The accessibility sustainability and quality so tricia. You can take it away. actually. I want to add to your last point. I so as far as we know there aren't a ton of people doing this continuing ed thing through podcasts. In like many fields. So kate nyah. Figured out like we said we have. We have approved credits. Ready but we're not. We don't have all the answers. Were only two people and again. We want your feedback because as a as a community we can make it so much better like so much more. They're still many different ways. We could make this happen Thanks haley 'cause like podcasting is just so versatile. And i think that having like been having a podcast for a couple years and like seeing other people's podcasts pop up it's amazing inspiring to see everyone's different take on podcasting in the music therapy community Yeah and i just love that. So silicate said Accessibility is a big factor for us. you can listen to podcasts in the car if we ever get to a place where you're commuting again or if you're one of those people who has been commuting throughout this whole year thank you for your service so you can listen to podcast. Anyone has access to them. They're out there for free. Were putting out this content all the time so yes the core part of the credits of the opportunity. Cmt opportunities is out there. It's accessible you. Get it the other thing about accessibility and a big part of why we're doing this. Is we want to make the music therapy. Profession a more accessible profession and so that's going into our mission to funds donate and create scholarships for music therapy students and interns. Were really excited about that. and yeah i that was one of those things when we first talked about this idea. I think that's just something i've always wanted to do. I wasn't sure how to make it happen. How can i set up a scholarship. How can i. Donate to existing scholarships. And i'm really grateful that and the other people we talked to were like that's awesome. Let's do it. Here's an avenue to get there

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Healing Your Body After Alcohol with Bryan Bradford

Recovery Happy Hour

05:26 min | 10 months ago

Healing Your Body After Alcohol with Bryan Bradford

"Hi brian how are you doing good tricia. Thanks so much for inviting me tonight. Of course i'm so happy to have you. I know we go back a long long way. Known your family for almost thirty years and talk. Yeah your sister definitely started working for you guys twenty years ago. I miss you guys all the time. But after knowing you guys for so long and hot in for shopping at this flower shop for so long i know you are the guy to go to when it comes to talking about like more natural solutions for for repair essentially and for just for overall health. So what i did was like crowd sourced. And i got all the best questions from everybody and they are dying to pick your brain how they can recover in sobriety so i have won the honor of being the biggest erred so yes definitely be happy to answer those well. Let's get the party. Started the number. One thing that people want to know about is sugar cravings eliminate alcohol and then all of a sudden. We're dying for sugar. How can people deal with this in a healthier way. It's a great question. Tricia in is not just for alcohol. I mean this is type. Two diabetes is probably such fast growing disease in our country. Right now and so really. It's blood sugar. Prominent everybody is happy and so when it comes to that question. I always like to talk about the chemistry of the body a little bit and some people get bored with chemistry. But it's important understand our body a little bit more so you can understand why we do this and not that and so i like to talk about the hormone cortisol. Most people heard this hormone. Because it's your stress hormone so when you're under stress your body produces more cortisol. The problem is actually to other things that drive cortisol to go high in the body beside stress. The second thing that drives cortisol is is inflammation. And we know that alcohol can be one of the contributors of inflammation and the third thing that tribes cortisol up is drops in blood sugar. So when we were going through drinking binges or maybe eating too many carbs sugars you were just causing your your sugar to spike and crash throughout the day and this also made this hormone cortisol do the same thing so when this cortisol mechanism gets engaged. You're basically engaging most people know asked the fight or flight syndrome we talk about fight or flight all the time in recovery for sure. That's right. Because i like to talk about it on the chemistry level because we all heard the term stress did no one knows what that really means to the body. So i'm gonna put it in trying to pitch this through our audio here. What cortisol is that fight or flight hormone which means you were designed to run away from danger but you really weren't meant to eat and run at the same time so what the body does particularly what cortisol does is that when cortisol goes high is suppressed Digestive function. so this is a lot of people are not hungry when their cortisol is. Hi how many of you are waking up in the morning and you're not hungry till eleven twelve clock. That is not normal. We've most of us should be hungry as soon as we wake up. Because we've been fasting through the night but that's not way most of america's going right now so this is leading to an issue really of this sugar dysregulation so maybe night we had too many carbs. We are chocolate and popcorn and glass of wine percent people then basically. We spiked her blood. Sugar up in when that blood sugar starts to crash. Cortisol starts to go up so when we are suppressing our digestive system with this cortisol hormone. And now you decide to eat that piece of chicken or that hamburger whatever it is that protein yours. Your digestion has an acid in your stomach called. Hcl that's supposed to break down these proteins but when it's under suppression. The food sits in the stomach. Too long inserts to ferment. And so a lot of people start experiencing some bloating or belching or more gas sometimes. If it goes on long enough it turns no heartburn indigestion and then these undigested proteins that undigested piece of chicken that did not break down very well starts to go into your small intestines and now your small tested that proteins too big to be absorbed properly so your immune system starts to attack that piece of protein. It basically treats it like an allergy and so in other words now it starts to create an inflammatory response in the gi track and that can lead towards more that ibs type symptoms. Now we're dealing with constipation loose bowels. You know if it goes on long enough to really call so law. Problems with diverticulitis crowns other big problems and long term. But i just want most people don't understand let's back up for a second cortisol. Goza suppresses your digestion. We sort of lose appetite food that we are eating or not digesting. That will so now it's going into the small intestines undigested causing an immune system attack. Eighty percent of your immune systems in the gut. So that's why these proteins enter the g. I tried harshly. Undigested your immune system sees those as allergens and it will tack that protein to get out there any protein while your body is in fight or flight for long-term you're gonna have trouble breaking down those proteins without support

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Healing Your Body After Alcohol with Bryan Bradford

Recovery Happy Hour

05:26 min | 10 months ago

Healing Your Body After Alcohol with Bryan Bradford

"Hi brian how are you doing good tricia. Thanks so much for inviting me tonight. Of course i'm so happy to have you. I know we go back a long long way. Known your family for almost thirty years and talk. Yeah your sister definitely started working for you guys twenty years ago. I miss you guys all the time. But after knowing you guys for so long and hot in for shopping at this flower shop for so long i know you are the guy to go to when it comes to talking about like more natural solutions for for repair essentially and for just for overall health. So what i did was like crowd sourced. And i got all the best questions from everybody and they are dying to pick your brain how they can recover in sobriety so i have won the honor of being the biggest erred so yes definitely be happy to answer those well. Let's get the party. Started the number. One thing that people want to know about is sugar cravings eliminate alcohol and then all of a sudden. We're dying for sugar. How can people deal with this in a healthier way. It's a great question. Tricia in is not just for alcohol. I mean this is type. Two diabetes is probably such fast growing disease in our country. Right now and so really. It's blood sugar. Prominent everybody is happy and so when it comes to that question. I always like to talk about the chemistry of the body a little bit and some people get bored with chemistry. But it's important understand our body a little bit more so you can understand why we do this and not that and so i like to talk about the hormone cortisol. Most people heard this hormone. Because it's your stress hormone so when you're under stress your body produces more cortisol. The problem is actually to other things that drive cortisol to go high in the body beside stress. The second thing that drives cortisol is is inflammation. And we know that alcohol can be one of the contributors of inflammation and the third thing that tribes cortisol up is drops in blood sugar. So when we were going through drinking binges or maybe eating too many carbs sugars you were just causing your your sugar to spike and crash throughout the day and this also made this hormone cortisol do the same thing so when this cortisol mechanism gets engaged. You're basically engaging most people know asked the fight or flight syndrome we talk about fight or flight all the time in recovery for sure. That's right. Because i like to talk about it on the chemistry level because we all heard the term stress did no one knows what that really means to the body. So i'm gonna put it in trying to pitch this through our audio here. What cortisol is that fight or flight hormone which means you were designed to run away from danger but you really weren't meant to eat and run at the same time so what the body does particularly what cortisol does is that when cortisol goes high is suppressed Digestive function. so this is a lot of people are not hungry when their cortisol is. Hi how many of you are waking up in the morning and you're not hungry till eleven twelve clock. That is not normal. We've most of us should be hungry as soon as we wake up. Because we've been fasting through the night but that's not way most of america's going right now so this is leading to an issue really of this sugar dysregulation so maybe night we had too many carbs. We are chocolate and popcorn and glass of wine percent people then basically. We spiked her blood. Sugar up in when that blood sugar starts to crash. Cortisol starts to go up so when we are suppressing our digestive system with this cortisol hormone. And now you decide to eat that piece of chicken or that hamburger whatever it is that protein yours. Your digestion has an acid in your stomach called. Hcl that's supposed to break down these proteins but when it's under suppression. The food sits in the stomach. Too long inserts to ferment. And so a lot of people start experiencing some bloating or belching or more gas sometimes. If it goes on long enough it turns no heartburn indigestion and then these undigested proteins that undigested piece of chicken that did not break down very well starts to go into your small intestines and now your small tested that proteins too big to be absorbed properly so your immune system starts to attack that piece of protein. It basically treats it like an allergy and so in other words now it starts to create an inflammatory response in the gi track and that can lead towards more that ibs type symptoms. Now we're dealing with constipation loose bowels. You know if it goes on long enough to really call so law. Problems with diverticulitis crowns other big problems and long term. But i just want most people don't understand let's back up for a second cortisol. Goza suppresses your digestion. We sort of lose appetite food that we are eating or not digesting. That will so now it's going into the small intestines undigested causing an immune system attack. Eighty percent of your immune systems in the gut. So that's why these proteins enter the g. I tried harshly. Undigested your immune system sees those as allergens and it will tack that protein to get out there any protein while your body is in fight or flight for long-term you're gonna have trouble breaking down those proteins without support

Tricia Brian Diabetes America Allergy
Healing Your Body After Alcohol with Bryan Bradford

Recovery Happy Hour

05:14 min | 10 months ago

Healing Your Body After Alcohol with Bryan Bradford

"Hi brian how are you doing good tricia. Thanks so much for inviting me tonight. Of course i'm so happy to have you. I know we go back a long long way. Known your family for almost thirty years and talk. Yeah your sister definitely started working for you guys twenty years ago. I miss you guys all the time. But after knowing you guys for so long and hot in for shopping at this flower shop for so long i know you are the guy to go to when it comes to talking about like more natural solutions for for repair essentially and for just for overall health. So what i did was like crowd sourced. And i got all the best questions from everybody and they are dying to pick your brain how they can recover in sobriety so i have won the honor of being the biggest erred so yes definitely be happy to answer those well. Let's get the party. Started the number. One thing that people want to know about is sugar cravings eliminate alcohol and then all of a sudden. We're dying for sugar. How can people deal with this in a healthier way. It's a great question. Tricia in is not just for alcohol. I mean this is type. Two diabetes is probably such fast growing disease in our country. Right now and so really. It's blood sugar. Prominent everybody is happy and so when it comes to that question. I always like to talk about the chemistry of the body a little bit and some people get bored with chemistry. But it's important understand our body a little bit more so you can understand why we do this and not that and so i like to talk about the hormone cortisol. Most people heard this hormone. Because it's your stress hormone so when you're under stress your body produces more cortisol. The problem is actually to other things that drive cortisol to go high in the body beside stress. The second thing that drives cortisol is is inflammation. And we know that alcohol can be one of the contributors of inflammation and the third thing that tribes cortisol up is drops in blood sugar. So when we were going through drinking binges or maybe eating too many carbs sugars you were just causing your your sugar to spike and crash throughout the day and this also made this hormone cortisol do the same thing so when this cortisol mechanism gets engaged. You're basically engaging most people know asked the fight or flight syndrome we talk about fight or flight all the time in recovery for sure. That's right. Because i like to talk about it on the chemistry level because we all heard the term stress did no one knows what that really means to the body. So i'm gonna put it in trying to pitch this through our audio here. What cortisol is that fight or flight hormone which means you were designed to run away from danger but you really weren't meant to eat and run at the same time so what the body does particularly what cortisol does is that when cortisol goes high is suppressed Digestive function. so this is a lot of people are not hungry when their cortisol is. Hi how many of you are waking up in the morning and you're not hungry till eleven twelve clock. That is not normal. We've most of us should be hungry as soon as we wake up. Because we've been fasting through the night but that's not way most of america's going right now so this is leading to an issue really of this sugar dysregulation so maybe night we had too many carbs. We are chocolate and popcorn and glass of wine percent people then basically. We spiked her blood. Sugar up in when that blood sugar starts to crash. Cortisol starts to go up so when we are suppressing our digestive system with this cortisol hormone. And now you decide to eat that piece of chicken or that hamburger whatever it is that protein yours. Your digestion has an acid in your stomach called. Hcl that's supposed to break down these proteins but when it's under suppression. The food sits in the stomach. Too long inserts to ferment. And so a lot of people start experiencing some bloating or belching or more gas sometimes. If it goes on long enough it turns no heartburn indigestion and then these undigested proteins that undigested piece of chicken that did not break down very well starts to go into your small intestines and now your small tested that proteins too big to be absorbed properly so your immune system starts to attack that piece of protein. It basically treats it like an allergy and so in other words now it starts to create an inflammatory response in the gi track and that can lead towards more that ibs type symptoms. Now we're dealing with constipation loose bowels. You know if it goes on long enough to really call so law. Problems with diverticulitis crowns other big problems and long term. But i just want most people don't understand let's back up for a second cortisol. Goza suppresses your digestion. We sort of lose appetite food that we are eating or not digesting. That will so now it's going into the small intestines undigested causing an immune system attack. Eighty percent of your immune systems in the gut. So that's why these proteins enter the g. I tried harshly. Undigested your immune system sees those as allergens

Tricia Brian Diabetes America Allergy
Healing Your Body After Alcohol with Bryan Bradford

Recovery Happy Hour

04:25 min | 10 months ago

Healing Your Body After Alcohol with Bryan Bradford

"Hi brian how are you doing good tricia. Thanks so much for inviting me tonight. Of course i'm so happy to have you. I know we go back a long long way. Known your family for almost thirty years and talk. Yeah your sister definitely started working for you guys twenty years ago. I miss you guys all the time. But after knowing you guys for so long and hot in for shopping at this flower shop for so long i know you are the guy to go to when it comes to talking about like more natural solutions for for repair essentially and for just for overall health. So what i did was like crowd sourced. And i got all the best questions from everybody and they are dying to pick your brain how they can recover in sobriety so i have won the honor of being the biggest erred so yes definitely be happy to answer those well. Let's get the party. Started the number. One thing that people want to know about is sugar cravings eliminate alcohol and then all of a sudden. We're dying for sugar. How can people deal with this in a healthier way. It's a great question. Tricia in is not just for alcohol. I mean this is type. Two diabetes is probably such fast growing disease in our country. Right now and so really. It's blood sugar. Prominent everybody is happy and so when it comes to that question. I always like to talk about the chemistry of the body a little bit and some people get bored with chemistry. But it's important understand our body a little bit more so you can understand why we do this and not that and so i like to talk about the hormone cortisol. Most people heard this hormone. Because it's your stress hormone so when you're under stress your body produces more cortisol. The problem is actually to other things that drive cortisol to go high in the body beside stress. The second thing that drives cortisol is is inflammation. And we know that alcohol can be one of the contributors of inflammation and the third thing that tribes cortisol up is drops in blood sugar. So when we were going through drinking binges or maybe eating too many carbs sugars you were just causing your your sugar to spike and crash throughout the day and this also made this hormone cortisol do the same thing so when this cortisol mechanism gets engaged. You're basically engaging most people know asked the fight or flight syndrome we talk about fight or flight all the time in recovery for sure. That's right. Because i like to talk about it on the chemistry level because we all heard the term stress did no one knows what that really means to the body. So i'm gonna put it in trying to pitch this through our audio here. What cortisol is that fight or flight hormone which means you were designed to run away from danger but you really weren't meant to eat and run at the same time so what the body does particularly what cortisol does is that when cortisol goes high is suppressed Digestive function. so this is a lot of people are not hungry when their cortisol is. Hi how many of you are waking up in the morning and you're not hungry till eleven twelve clock. That is not normal. We've most of us should be hungry as soon as we wake up. Because we've been fasting through the night but that's not way most of america's going right now so this is leading to an issue really of this sugar dysregulation so maybe night we had too many carbs. We are chocolate and popcorn and glass of wine percent people then basically. We spiked her blood. Sugar up in when that blood sugar starts to crash. Cortisol starts to go up so when we are suppressing our digestive system with this cortisol hormone. And now you decide to eat that piece of chicken or that hamburger whatever it is that protein yours. Your digestion has an acid in your stomach called. Hcl that's supposed to break down these proteins but when it's under suppression. The food sits in the stomach. Too long inserts to ferment. And so a lot of people start experiencing some bloating or belching or more gas sometimes. If it goes on long enough it turns no heartburn indigestion and then these undigested proteins that undigested piece of chicken that did not break down very well starts to go into your small intestines and now your small tested that proteins too big to be absorbed properly so your immune system starts to attack that piece of protein.

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Healing Your Body After Alcohol With Bryan Bradford

Recovery Happy Hour

04:25 min | 10 months ago

Healing Your Body After Alcohol With Bryan Bradford

"Hi brian how are you doing good tricia. Thanks so much for inviting me tonight. Of course i'm so happy to have you. I know we go back a long long way. Known your family for almost thirty years and talk. Yeah your sister definitely started working for you guys twenty years ago. I miss you guys all the time. But after knowing you guys for so long and hot in for shopping at this flower shop for so long i know you are the guy to go to when it comes to talking about like more natural solutions for for repair essentially and for just for overall health. So what i did was like crowd sourced. And i got all the best questions from everybody and they are dying to pick your brain how they can recover in sobriety so i have won the honor of being the biggest erred so yes definitely be happy to answer those well. Let's get the party. Started the number. One thing that people want to know about is sugar cravings eliminate alcohol and then all of a sudden. We're dying for sugar. How can people deal with this in a healthier way. It's a great question. Tricia in is not just for alcohol. I mean this is type. Two diabetes is probably such fast growing disease in our country. Right now and so really. It's blood sugar. Prominent everybody is happy and so when it comes to that question. I always like to talk about the chemistry of the body a little bit and some people get bored with chemistry. But it's important understand our body a little bit more so you can understand why we do this and not that and so i like to talk about the hormone cortisol. Most people heard this hormone. Because it's your stress hormone so when you're under stress your body produces more cortisol. The problem is actually to other things that drive cortisol to go high in the body beside stress. The second thing that drives cortisol is is inflammation. And we know that alcohol can be one of the contributors of inflammation and the third thing that tribes cortisol up is drops in blood sugar. So when we were going through drinking binges or maybe eating too many carbs sugars you were just causing your your sugar to spike and crash throughout the day and this also made this hormone cortisol do the same thing so when this cortisol mechanism gets engaged. You're basically engaging most people know asked the fight or flight syndrome we talk about fight or flight all the time in recovery for sure. That's right. Because i like to talk about it on the chemistry level because we all heard the term stress did no one knows what that really means to the body. So i'm gonna put it in trying to pitch this through our audio here. What cortisol is that fight or flight hormone which means you were designed to run away from danger but you really weren't meant to eat and run at the same time so what the body does particularly what cortisol does is that when cortisol goes high is suppressed Digestive function. so this is a lot of people are not hungry when their cortisol is. Hi how many of you are waking up in the morning and you're not hungry till eleven twelve clock. That is not normal. We've most of us should be hungry as soon as we wake up. Because we've been fasting through the night but that's not way most of america's going right now so this is leading to an issue really of this sugar dysregulation so maybe night we had too many carbs. We are chocolate and popcorn and glass of wine percent people then basically. We spiked her blood. Sugar up in when that blood sugar starts to crash. Cortisol starts to go up so when we are suppressing our digestive system with this cortisol hormone. And now you decide to eat that piece of chicken or that hamburger whatever it is that protein yours. Your digestion has an acid in your stomach called. Hcl that's supposed to break down these proteins but when it's under suppression. The food sits in the stomach. Too long inserts to ferment. And so a lot of people start experiencing some bloating or belching or more gas sometimes. If it goes on long enough it turns no heartburn indigestion and then these undigested proteins that undigested piece of chicken that did not break down very well starts to go into your small intestines and now your small tested that proteins too big to be absorbed properly so your immune system starts to attack that piece of

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Dr Fata: Seeing Yellow | 4

Dr. Death

05:00 min | 10 months ago

Dr Fata: Seeing Yellow | 4

"Patty hester was helping a patient at work in the emergency room on the morning of august. Sixth two thousand thirteen. It was busy morning. Her colleague came in the room with a patient and tapped patty on the shoulder. Come here right now come here. I'm rock with her towards break room i to have time what she said. Patti catch your doctor. Patty walked into the break room and stared at the tv quote. We are michigan. Hematology oncology here in rochester hills. Were fbi agents are executing our search warrant. My sources are also telling me that a doctor has been arrested on charges related to healthcare fraud s fbi helicopters. They swarmed in on this morning. And i'm looking at this news. It has named goes across then. Then i have my cell phone in my pocket. and it's like this. you can feel it vibrating. All my dad from that point on her cell phone wouldn't stop buzzing all day. One call was from the fbi. You'll be getting your chart than the news. Said we'd like to interview you. Patty went home. Her husband was in front of the tv. Federal agents say in court records that doctor for allegedly kept patients on chemotherapy. Longer than necessary to cash in on the billings agents allege for da also directed that patients be diagnosed with cancer in their medical charts. Even when they did not have the disease patty wondered. Was she one of them. She didn't have to wait long to find out the next day a dark. Suv with tinted windows. Pulled into the driveway. An agent stepped out of the car and patty opened the door. Her whole family behind her. He said i'm very sorry and handed me my chart in the disk. I just sir cry. My family sobbing sobbing. It was horrific. She put the disk into her computer and began to scroll through. It was just lie after lie after lie. The also gave her a list of oncologist that she could see to get a second opinion. Ten days later patty saw a new doctor for the first time she brought with her. The disc at the fbi had given her. After the dr ransome tests she came into patties exam room hugging. And i am so sorry and saw sorry. You don't have it you don't have a patty began to cry. Her doctor said that she wasn't yet sure what had made her sick in the first place but she was sure that patti didn't have cancer. You need to live your life. You need to live your life. You not gonna die. I said if you do anything for me could you just please write it down town. She's forty where you want me to write it. And so she whipped out a prescription pad. And that's when she wrote a tricia has has no evidence and diaz in the weeks that followed other fatah patients or their loved ones sought their medical records. Saint joseph mercy. Oakland hospital filled these requests free of charge but crittenden had a different policy in some cases. The hospital asked for more than a thousand dollars to fill. The requests fought. Victims protested outside the hospital eventually crittenden relented and waive the fees but the victims and their families still needed someone who knew the technical lingo to look over the records. That's what i did for my fun. Time in the evenings nurse angeles won tek. I would go through the patient's medical records in a way. I feel like for me anytime. Somebody reached out to me. I said yes i didn't. I felt that that was something that i could do. And maybe you know. Help with the guilt of i should have done more. I wish i could have done more. One of those requests came from michelle mannarino. Her mother joan had died in two thousand ten six months. After angela's visit fatah had treated joan for breast cancer but when they met at a hotel in a banquet room angela had some news from michelle. And i remember looking at her records and the chemotherapy and i remember one thing that struck me was one of chemotherapy. Drugs that she was given is typically given for colon cancer. And i thought with this is odd like why would you give this for a breast cancer diagnosis.

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Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood take requests for live CBS holiday show

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood take requests for live CBS holiday show

"With christmas. Right around the corner countries doors tricia earwood and garth brooks will host a holiday special tonight. Garth and tricia live a holiday concert event. Airs at eight thirty eastern time on. Cbs and streams on cbs. All access the country superstars will sing all your holiday. Favorites sender taken requests from their home. Studio brooks recently released his fourteenth studio album fun. Last month and directly following garth and tricia at nine thirty josh krovatin miranda lambert medicine trainer more will perform for the twenty second annual a home for the holidays hosted by gayle king annual event feature stories of adoption and foster care to raise awareness of the importance of having a home for the holiday.

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"tricia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"I'm an absolute mess. Mess up all time and you know and yet he still loves me. And if i can receive this love from him then now i had loved to give to somewhere else someone else is an outpouring open flowing. What i'm just receiving from heavenly father so it was only then was able to love kin and be sacrificial in my love and really be sacrificial because this one thing to say to be a martyr that's completely different to really love to really be shoal in that lab is to say i really honestly in my heart really do want to be here and love you do the things you want to do for some deferred to i and you can tell any french. You cannot do that on. Your own is not humanly possible. It is comes from a different place at love to receive love to be able to get left like that. So is you know it is something that we wake up every day and say there are new possibilities today just like i was saying how there's new possibilities there's new opportunities every day you get up you decide for hope every day you get up and you decide for love that's awesome. Thank you so much for your insight for your vulnerability for all of your great things that you shared with us. I've certainly learned some things I'm excited to go back and listen to this But truly thank you so much tricia for your time and your willingness to share these sometimes difficult subject so we hope the best for you and thank you again so much thank you thank you both so much for having me and an even the dealing like i'm ready to come on your podcast is a guest jake's saying i'm just so grateful It's been a privilege really. I appreciate it you know we are. We are so happy that you join us today. And i appreciate your vulnerability. I think it takes a lot of courage to do that. to be vulnerable. And so i appreciate you coming on and sharing such a personal story That we can all learn something from i believe in and you know tricia you do have worth you were born with worth and i truly believe that as well as everybody listening has worth and so if you haven't been told today you know you are worth it you are worthy. You are loved you are needed and you know we love you. Even though you know you may be far away from us or or listening to podcasts. Or whatever me and chain truly do send our love to you tricia as well as everybody else listening. Thank you. thank you so much for that. I wanna i want to jump in on that. I love your listeners. Okay i love you so thank you. This is sprinkled with hope. If you liked this episode please share with friends. If you like our podcast please give us a review or rating..

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"tricia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Because now i'm feeling like you don't really love me. You don't really care about me so now maybe you're not really my friend so now you know i'm going to pull away from you. So these are all results. And that had so all the blanks for filled in. Except for the very first one so tricia what are you believing on believing that. I'm not valuable or worthy enough. That i'm not loved that. Nobody really cares about eighty. They might like me for other reasons like you know they might be. It might like me for other reasons. They don't really like me then. I don't like knowing that they're my friend or they like to say that my friend that we're friends don't really like me. And so when. I found that out i was like oh my gosh. Is that true. And that's what we need to do so back to say is that truth and if you decide if you are now believing ally unique determine that to the truth they needed to find out what the truth is so then i put a big fat line in the middle that i do it all over again. Beliefs thoughts feelings actions results. And then i start at the very top. And i say what is that belief that i need to change the belief that is. I am loved lovable. Lovable and valuable simply. Because i exist. I mean the creator of the universe decided to create me and when he was hitting me together in my mother's womb. He made me exactly. Like i am and he said it's good and he lets me this way does right. So i down gable period. Just out the gate. I'm valuable in loved now. What i what. I think about that as well well army. I'm worth celebrating. I element unworthy..

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"tricia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

06:16 min | 11 months ago

"tricia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"To sprinkle help podcast. Today we have an awesome guest with us tricia zohdi thank you so much for joining us today. Tricia it is my pleasure. I love your podcast and it. It's really realistically a part of wriggled without and we did not for the record till tricia say that. That was all on her own. So also know we're. We're so glad that you've joined us. Would you mind just kind of giving us a little bit of a background on yourself and you know where you come from an audience can get to know you a little bit more sure. Well i really really think. I'm just like a normal person. I don't think there's anything super extraordinary about me. <hes> but <hes>. I'm pretty good able to have a story that i feel like can encourage other people amid the hard story. But it's a story that should not be <hes>. Left out there in vain. we're going to use it for a good redemptive story we're gonna use it or <hes>. Or hope and he lamed for people of all ages all situations but the the labels. If you want labels on me i am. I am a worship leader. I'm a speaker podcast after <hes>. I am a <hes>. I work for a nonprofit organization called young lives which is a ministry affiliate of young lives and we minister to pregnant appearances teen girls. The girls at our high school <hes>. And that's a. That's an enormous privilege at get to do that. I am a mother of three young adults. And i am a recent winter. I was married to my college sweetheart or almost thirty years <hes>. And yeah it's even strange now to stay that i don't get used to even though it's been three years ago i don't get used to calling myself a widow <hes>. For sure but <hes>. You know i. I am not those things you can label me those things that that's not who i am. So i'm hoping that this podcast. Your listeners can get an idea of who trish is is on the inside. Because that's most right. Yeah absolutely yeah just in talking to you before we started recording. I get this feeling. And i know jason would agree that you're a very humble and kind and sincere person. The we really appreciate you joining us. <hes> you know some things that we might talk about today are a little bit challenging for people to i talk about and even to here so we really appreciate you you and your willingness to do that <hes>. What what sort of got you to give a little background. Can you share with our listeners. How you became a widow and and why you've decided to share that story with the world. Oh wow yeah. That's that's big okay. So let's just dive right in it so <hes>. It is interesting. I've started this podcast and another beautiful life floor the purpose of getting the story out there. But it's it's not an easy one to tell because it comes with <hes>. It comes with like we were talking about before restarted recording. It's just the bowl. Her billy the the the choice to say you know. I've had the struggle in my life. <hes> there were problems or issues and here are the results and then now this is where i'm going with this and up to to be able to say all that like look i'm not. I'm not super human at left for you to think that i am but you know. Falling art of here was this sir. <hes> those are real as and so <hes>. Just to tell you why. I i decided to do that is because i i do believe there are more people like myself that are struggling the three things and they're not they don't feel the freedom to i'm drowning. I i need help i am. I can't do this anymore and <hes>. You know and then to be able to figure out hassled comes alongside and support them and help debt to figure out how to get out of that. Hit out of that whole <hes>. And we all need to do this together and there's been a huge emphasis lately of mental health. We've been when we've been a little bit bolder talking about that. Little bit more open about talking about depression and suicide anxiety panic attacks all that <hes>. Instill i'm so grateful for that conversation. But i also fan myself in a position where my my husband took his life and i had a real hard time saying to the public. I talk about him. He died is death he died. He died he died but i never said he took his life and that is because i believe there is such a stigma that comes was suicide and <hes>. There's so many questions. Just so many non answers we just told have answers <hes>. And and then there's blame and their skills are south guilt. There's just so much that goes along with that <hes>. That it was something that it was difficult for me to say. My husband died of suicide. And so i feel like it's just like you know we just need to rip the band aid off of it and we just need to just say hey. This is real because my husband's not the only one that died by suicide.

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