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Fugitive inmate captured after manhunt, ex-jail officer dead
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Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt
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Sheriff: Ex-jail official, inmate she helped escape caught
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Olympics Live: Men's downhill rescheduled due to high winds
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Olympics Live: 2 Aussie curlers out of Games due to COVID
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Is Victoria Jackson Living in a House Divided?
"Hey folks welcome to the Eric metaxas show. I was talking to Victoria Jackson and actually son of a gun. I'm still talking to Victoria Jackson Vicky. I want to go back to the most important part of this conversation. Unfortunately, there is no most important part. It's very confusing. So let's just go back to the first part. How about the idea that you bought a house on a mountaintop? And your husband Paul doesn't want to live there. So does this mean you're going to have two houses and that you're going to be a house divided? A household divided? No, my plan is to slowly persuade him to come there, starting with inviting him over for dinner. Well, if you don't mind my asking, how is this house different from the one that you're living in right now? It's bigger, so I can fit all of my memorabilia. As you can see, I'm running out of space. Right. And my mother died, I have a lot of her stuff, and there was in storage. I said, instead of paying for storage for her stuff, I could put it in a house, which would be making an interest while it's storing it until I can disperse it to the children, et cetera. I have a method to my
Victoria Jackson Always Dreamed of Living on Top of a Mountain
"You bought a house. Where's the house, Vicky? It's nearby on the top of a mountain that I've always dreamed on living on the top of a mountain. And the first time I had to give up my lookout mountain Laurel canyon house to marry my current husband and go always putting him down on the air. And I think that's biblical. I think that's, I think you're right to do that. It's not indicative of some kind of a jezebel spirit as some might say. I think it's perfectly biblical. Please continue to drip like water. Go ahead. I'm not putting down. I'm saying that I gave up my house on the mountaintop for him. And then I had another house on that mountain in actin, California. In 2010, and I had to give that up because my daughter wanted to move back to my home. This is my third attempt of living in the top of a mountain. And I got it. Thank you, lord. I'm so excited. There's only one problem. My husband won't move there. You know, I was going to ask that question as a joke because I thought that's kind of a good joke question to ask Victoria. You're moving to this house. You got this house. Is your husband moving with you? And sure enough, you're telling me he doesn't want to. That's our marriage. But wait a second, Vicky. What right do you have to cavalierly unilaterally make some decision? I'm going to buy a house. And we're going, this is the kind of thing couples typically do together. Well, there's because he said to me, I didn't spend my inheritance on anything I want. So I got his permission. He said, you can buy anything you want. But if you buy that house, I'm not gonna move there. And I said, maybe that's a good idea.
David Bowie's Music Catalog Is Sold to Warner Chappell Music
"From from soundtracks soundtracks and and other other projects projects one one example example is is the the music music publishing publishing wing wing of of Warner Warner Music Music Group Group last last year year W. W. N. N. G. G. and and the the fovea fovea states states reached reached a a deal deal for for worldwide worldwide license license rights rights to to boys boys recorded recorded catalog catalog David David Bowie's Bowie's catalog catalog of of music music has has been been sold sold to to Warner Warner Chappell Chappell music music marches marches are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest what what a a four four hundred hundred a a David David Bowie Bowie songs songs including including young young Americans Americans Vicky Vicky Stardust Stardust fame fame let's let's dance dance and and rebel rebel rebel rebel have have been been sold sold to to Warner Warner Chappell Chappell music music financial financial details details were were not not disclosed disclosed the the deal deal includes includes the the twenty twenty six six studio studio albums albums released released and and always always lifetime lifetime one one released released after after his his twenty twenty sixteen sixteen death death to to ten ten machine machine albums albums and and singles singles from from soundtracks soundtracks and and other other projects projects one one
Free Beacon Reports Women Will Have to Register for the Draft, No Public Debate
"The free beacon. Andrew Stiles. And It's about the effort. Actually this. I'm wrong about that. This is by Jack Byron. Democrats Tuck female draft into Defense Bill The Pentagon will start to draft women in order to receive funding after a House Democrats amended the defense bill. C. There's no public debate about these things. Nobody asked for your input their snuck in the bills. Jefferson called this legislative tyranny. Representative Kristi Hoolahan, Democrat Pennsylvania put forward a measure on Wednesday. To require all women over the age of 18 to register for selective service. We haven't had a national debate about this. Holahan said her policy would best drawing on the talents of our entire nation. Well, who cares what she said? Don't we get any input on what happens to our our daughters? Our wives are sisters. Granddaughters are nieces. Only one in three women, however, support adding women to the draft, according to an Ipsos poll. Republican. Republicans pillory the legislation. Representative Vicky Hartzler, Missouri Republican the House Armed Services Committee member Lampoon the prospect that millions of America's daughters could be put needlessly in line of fire. Female participation. Voluntary participation. Ballet step military has steadily increased since 2000 and four 17% in 2018. Of course, the number of commissioned officers as women increases But that's different than a draft. Hola, Hands. Measure passed. 35 to 24. Five Republicans. Across party lines to support
"vicky" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"My name is joanie. Skinner and i am here with my co host author valerie evans forensic astrologer. We have a wonderful. How are you good. We've been talking about this all week. We have been excited. It's leeann happy so we have a i. You know. I love young people. I see a lot of young people at psychic fairs. But when i meet a young lady that has already published a book and i mean. It's just phenomenal book. At such a young age i i i love it. So we have tonight vicky kerala. She is the author of a young adult fiction. Book called waking sky. Well her main character is schuyler said hen get waking sky. Schuyler is looking for her path in life for best friend is guess what psychic so you would think the psychic would be able to help schuyler then he comes and mystery man so man. She has five stars on amazon nothing less than five star reviews on her buck. So welcome miss biggie. How are you welcome. Hi guys. i'm so good. I'm so excited to be here. We are so excited to have you. We we love you and we are so excited and vow is going to take over the interview and just welcome vicky. it's great to have you they. Well it's interesting that you say waking sky the word of woke is overused in a sense just the word woke. So it's nice to see waking aged. I yes so we wouldn't guy you know i. I love like waking in the sense of like and awakening right waking into ourselves waking into like enlightenment and things like that so i just thought it was very appropriate for our main character. Who is going through this great awakening and what. What was that day. Do you remember the day when you thought i'm gonna write a book like what was that day like like what what inspired you. It was at that moment or had you been thinking about it for a long time. Oh gosh well it's definitely a cumulation of many years and many moments of that like i want to write a book I always grew up reading. And i loved it. I loved this idea like escaping into new world. So i knew for a long time. I wanted to write a book but it wasn't until about twenty nineteen. I actually like sat down. Got this idea and started writing it and it was. It was exciting. You know it was very empowering to you Are a lot of your experiences in this book.
Victoria’s Secret Ditches Angels to Push Empowerment
"Victoria. Secret is retiring. The angels you know like those model ladies on the ads and in the fashion show no more. Instead they will have a collective the collective right now they have seven women. Rain like a starbucks burp right. Now they're gonna have seven women ranging from a seventeen year old chinese american freestyle skier. Who is i think. Olympic bound to priyanka chopra. Jonas who is thirty eight They're going to advise the brand and appear in advertisements. You might recall that. Doria secret has overhauled. Its cease we in the past year or so and just weeks ago now announced. It would spin off victoria secret from the rest of parent company albums. The new york times reported that in. Twenty fifteen victoria's secret have thirty two percent of the women's underwear market in the us. What percent while last year in twenty twenty a had just twenty one percent dying that's like a eleven percentage point drop in five years. That's pretty drastic. pretty drastic. Lot of competition came into the market and a lot of people were like. You know. I don't know if i want to buy what batory secret selling. So martin waters of the former. Had victoria's secrets so many a in here say vicky house martin law martin waters who was recently appointed a ceo of the company. He was appointed in february. He said to the new york times when the world was changing. We were too slow to respond. We needed to stop being about what men want to be about what women want
"vicky" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"The moms would be drinking wine. You know it's it's it's an old thing this mommy juice but if there's a young mom listening to this with her a bottle of wine ready for the evening thinking oh you know the I've also helped enough of this. How would you advise her to get started. The first step. I think accepting. You've got a problem and reaching out for help. Those are the beast things off to. It's more practical. Things isn't it. i think. Also if you're questioning if sitting there annual. You're not just throwing the wind back. If you're sitting there and questioning that drink and thinking why am i doing. This won't purposes it. Go in my life anymore. Why can't why can i not stop. Once i stop all of those questions i would say to any mum. It means your asuka curious woman. It took eighteen months to to hear that term into my sobriety. I didn't know it existed but once identified with that it's not as a strong term as being an alcoholic. it doesn't people don't like that label so if you can identify yourself as a sober curious woman so be curious mother it softens the blow a little and you can have a look at that find out about it find out what it is a find out if it relates to you. There's a brilliant book by really warrington. This naked mind by any grace. There's a whole community out the of people who are exactly like you people. He questioned that wine habit not happy about their relationship. How wine is affecting their relationship with their children and just knowing that there are people like you can sometimes be enough. Because i've never heard anyone or seen anyone say that this journey hasn't been worth all that sobriety wasn't good. You never hear people saying that. They would prefer to be drunk and sober. So i think it's a matter of finding people alike. You finding that thing like me and lucy. She found something in me that she needed in a really really low period of her life was to someone that she knew had a life beyond alcohol. And that can just really be the key to change something in your heads and for me. Now you know when they're all cravings or if i was to be trying sobriety in those moments when the kids are in bed and the sun's going down and you've got that moment where you'd normally fill with alcohol might vices is always play the tape forward you know. Is it that one drink milk and a half or to follow into four or five drinks and then make you feel like shit the next stay really. Sit with that thought and go. Is this the right thing for me doing. Having to meet for me to have a glass of wine right now and then just sit with it and then just go and put the bloody cut long because that is going to be so much more beneficial for everybody in the house including the neighbors. Because i know that. I always used to put really loud musical now for a few wines and stuff. Don't sit around the living room which was still do now. I must say but maybe the music isn't quite as loud and have clothes on but really it's about sitting with those feelings and trying to understand them and reaching out for support even if it's just an instagram page on sobriety or a website remained go to my website drug mummy. Sober mommy dot com. And you'll find out all the information and what it's like to question your drinking.
"vicky" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"Women we mates up here on the sunshine coast and it's a international facebook group so anybody can go and join that if you in need of support lucy and i met through have websites and through social group and she was struggling with her drinking and she said when she met me it was the first person she met. That was a so person and was that she's still quite fun and nothing. That's really good inspiration for some people because they just presume. You're going to be boring. But as i met lucy. She's so going through the first hundred days of sobriety a lot of the things we talked about with those awkward situations. The things with like you know going out for the first time being code boring all of those really awkward moments where you just feel like you don't fit in anymore said it came. It was the perfect term title for our podcast. These he's done lots of costs before an individual time. It just came around to the right time. So y- really excited. It's gone down really well so far and if anyone's feeling awkward insofar it's the a good podcast listen to you. Yeah it's great Yeah the awkwardness. If you're into the limiting beliefs theory have you read the naked mind on grace yet. Yep yeah you know. She talks about all these limiting beliefs. We have a really identify with that. Because i would assume said the conscious mind. I've got to stop this yet. It's subconscious would say to me but you're going to lose all your friends and see now. How will you have fun. How relaxed this kind of thing. And that's because we have these limiting beliefs so we need alcohol to have fun and of course stops the social pressure. That's made us believe. I'm the billions of dollars spent on on advertising of course on the wine industry having particularly swimming. We've all been brainwashed. So i think in a way we have d program ourselves and the only way i manage. Schlock was festival. Surely i can have fun without drinking. Alcohol just forced myself to socialize sober for months and most of the time. I had this terrible time. i didn't enjoy toll. I was so awkward. Would run home after half an hour sometimes but gradually i go hang on easier and easier. So you have to almost program yourself. I think tell your subconscious accepts. Yes you can have fun with. I think that's that's definitely on message. On the podcast. I mean motto is fill the awkward and do it anyway and what we're saying is like do it and you might enjoy it but then do it again and again and again and so. It doesn't feel awkward anymore and it won't it won't feel and the more confident in your sobriety the mall of of a good time. You can have. Your interactions will be so much more you know real and and for more full your life will become more full. Because what you're doing is is really you're in the moment whereas before you've just been a in oblivion so yeah it's hugely it's hugely challenging but is it's worth the effort vicki. Yeah bet hume's listening to this or in that place where where you were made. My sound is forty now. But even i was doing the mommy juice thing in the uk out goes children's policies on the kids should be rushing around sugar high..
Texas Set to Allow People to Carry Handguns Without License
"Talk about gun control or the lack of it. In Texas. The law is changing on the state is set to get rid of one of the few remaining laws which actually restrict gun ownership. Texas intends to allow people to carry handguns even without a license or any training. Texas already has some of the loosest gun laws in the country on dit share of mass atrocities, as well as 1.6 million handgun license holders. And the argument often is with so many guns around, the more people that have it, the safe. Everyone is Police actually have been campaigning against this change in the law, which is being driven largely by Republican lawmakers. Democratic Congressman Vicky Goodwin stepped away from the debates of the capital just about an hour ago. Tell us why she's bean talking against the proposals. It's a step backwards and making us less safe here in Texas. We right now require people to have a permit to carry a gun around on the streets and this new law with Allow people to carry their guns without any training. Does this mean suspension of background checks? Because every time there is a gun incident in America, it's the background checks that becomes the focus. If I went into a gun store, I could just buy and walk out good. I you do still have to go through a background check. In some instances, we have a lot of gun shows, particularly here in Texas. And individual sellers can sell again to another individual without having a federal firearms license. But if you went into an academy store, for example, you would still have to go through a background check. So we haven't done away with the background check. There's just a lot of loopholes.
What A Victoria's Secret Spinoff Could Mean For L Brands
"Brands a spinning off. Victoria's secret as a separate company. You might remember that last year almonds was set to sell. Victoria's secret to sycamore partners. For like five hundred something million dollars that fell through once the pandemic had we understand. It was a bad time to make long-term decisions but albertsons still wanted to sell off. Victoria's secret which is not quite as lucrative as the only other brand it's still has in its portfolio bath and body works if you have missed the first seven years of the show. Get you out. Victoria secret wrote on the hyper sexualization train for years until the twenty teams came along and decided like we weren't exactly keen on women being seen only in push. Ross so they have a dealing with some some slumps in revenue over the recent years. Sense the sick more deal fell through. Albertans had a couple of offers to buy. Victoria's secret but they rejected them all because the company thinks victoria secret is worth more than those offers. It's probably worth between four and six billion dollars but al brands decided that offers of like three billion ish just weren't enough so it decided to spin off victoria secret into its own company. It's going to happen later this summer. My question is is this. A good coffee all brands. Is this a good call for. Victoria's secret karn discuss. Yes and yes. I've been waiting for this to happen. Listen a soap. Company was keeping that thing afloat for a long time. Bath and body works was making bank as they should. I've done a lot of research on that company. And i like them but what this means is if they get spun off. They have to do their individual earnings report on their own which means they have to be accountable for all their actions. It cannot rely on another company to keep them going. I think we're gonna see some more accountability with some vicky hush hush
Hypnotherapy and Addiction With Belinda Roxburgh
"Thanks so much for your time. This morning ba lender is great to have a bit of time to to dive deeper into hypnotherapy so before we just talked to maitland about yourself all all you. Kate tinian neck not an opinion. I grew up in job off to school. Studied psychology visionary. Science and always knew that i would come back to psychology one day so after i was divorced in twenty thirteen. That was the time that i went back to study. And what's very excited to find. The nicest school yang kept on which fitted in really well with children begins. The coast was a weekends. And i've qualified in twenty seventeenth so since they gradually done less and less veterinary work and much more hypnotherapy which has been very exciting and learning all the time to tell us a bit about your relationship with alcohol and how it's changed over the years. The relationship started as a as a teenager full of anxiety self esteem and self worth sir having a very rebellious nature and feeling the world's in my family and myself i. I think i was vicky candidate for alcohol and drugs stigma problem and i was luckily or unluckily a high achievers. So i think we'll i think that's probably what saved me as when as being someone who was always quite fit and driven by y'all by exercise sometimes in a punishing way which run and did karate and things like that sort of almost the extreme but Yeah over the years. Alcohol has became a comfort and based friend as it does with many of us and i finally stopped drinking altogether three years ago. And it's been the best thing of epidemic for myself
Daniel Martin Talks Tatcha and the Royal Wedding
"So daniel. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am very. I've been wanting to have you on forever I just started this. in september. and one of my best friends is troy and nathaniel. And they they were like yeah. When are you having daniel on and so much better you in the city. Yes oh my god we yeah. I live on the upper west side. Oh okay we're we're getting together. I'm half vaccinated. So he to me totally okay. So we're we're definitely getting together. I can't lay god. I can't believe we're talking about like that now like it's happening we're actually able to plan like summer and spring get togethers. It's very a turning that cova corner. So my god thank god covid for you has been kind of interesting because you were blessed with this position at tasha. Yes hiding out did that. How did that come to fruition. Had been in the works before. Call it oak. Yeah yeah totally so I saw vicki of gosh. I wanna say it was the summer before the new year and She was like look this and it was during the time of the acquisition with her with now unilever. Okay and It just came out of the blue. And i was like well. I'm on contract with dior and on his beauty and you would have to. You know for me to accept this. You have to get me. You know basically me out of my contract and then see yeah. She came back in there like we can. And at this point. I was six years in with your three years. In honest i have such an incredible relationships with brands but i was always able to play with with tasha because they knew my history with vicky. They knew that in both were exclusive. They were non-exclusive able to have my hands with other brands. That were non compete okay so very fortunate to have that opportunity but at that point i was like i kinda. You know it'd be. I would love to get in full time so to speak to really get into product development education. And just kinda slow my roll down.
‘Nomadland’ Wins Big at BAFTA Awards – Complete List of Winners
"Held on Sunday night in London. As well as best film. It also won best director for Chloe Zhao and best actress for Frances McDormand. The BAFTA voting system had been changed this year after complaints that the awards were doing too little to encourage diversity. Here's our arts correspondent been sent out. E think friends part of an American tradition. My dad used to say what's remembered lives. It was no surprise. Nomad Land took the best film of the bastards. Lots of people expected to do the same at the Oscars. Two weeks from now. It's a powerful investigation of the soul of America, with Frances McDormand, superb in the lead role, and her win as best actress was predictable. There was talk of best actor going to the late Chadwick Boseman instead at 83, Sir Anthony Hopkins took it for the father. I don't know what she's cooking up against me, but she's cooking some of them. What's he talking about? That I'm not leaving my flash British Film Academy worked hard to broaden the electorate for this year's awards. That led to more diversity in the nominees. At least there was a lot of admiration for rocks. A realistic story of black British life. I think you should tell someone about young, long. You wouldn't understand. What's the problem? Talk to me. I don't get it. Don't worry for me. You're not. There's such a beautiful work. You have to leave. Get out get out was nothing contrary to what some expected rocks did not take outstanding British film. Its central character is played by Bucky Back Ray, who'd had no acting experience. Her reaction over zoom as she learned she had been chosen as best newcomer was the highlight of the evening. The winner. Off the E Rising Star award is Vicky Bakley. Ready Weeks is a black British director who took the outstanding debut award for his house. How quickly you forget everything we went through to get.
"vicky" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Like obviously like he's done so much man. I'm so grateful. But i'm i found this great opportunity and i'm doing my own start up in brooklyn and he's like honestly that's amazing and i'm so happy news. Who so supportive song. Which i know. That's how it always goes so. Yeah freak carla man. I own i know off the blows. He did it. Softened the blow. That's where thing i feel like. If i told them myself he would have been in utter shock religious. Yeah i just thought a raise lump ago. Yeah yeah so. I was like this. Oh my gosh. It was something that was definitely like. You know a huge source of anxiety. So i feel so relieved now that he knows you know. Hold on you practice a while ago. You gotta raise say the in the rain. Oh of course. I'm gonna accept that raised back issue a long time. Yeah so then at least now you can. Yeah definitely a big time. Big time lake documenting. Let everybody know like hey guys come in here you know and then i mean you feel you've got that personality where you're you'll be out there you know what i mean you'll be out there so i think you can make it happen right now in your practice. Do you guys like the treatment closing rate and everything like that. The each associated. Doing or not really or that. You're doing now. They don't do any they have. They have none of that. None of those checks but I mean i'm not sure what i can tell you. Might productions numbers thought. I know like i ran reports treatment But i would say you know what's funny. I actually so the practices in a very different demographic and one of the reasons. I don't wanna press there anymore. It's it's huge not necessarily greek. But he's gender immigrant population as they're very they don't respect females officers like they. Don't i get all the time. I get asked still male doctor all the time. Yeah it is actually insane and in the beginning. That was really hard for me. Especially when i wasn't confident in giving out treatments but now now i'm just like this. This is how they are. And i don't take it personally some advice. Would you give to like the the female doctor who are our big barely. Become doctors in there listening to this. And like i won't be vicky when i grow up but like those shoes right now. Are i think the biggest thing is confidence once you start getting confident and also fake it till you make it because there's way so once you start getting confident it wouldn't matter to you if someone says little. Can i see the doctor like you know. It's not something did you know it's just these people's perceptions and i don't know i just i feel like you can't take things personally. I think that's really important. How can you start getting confidant fast though okay Honestly work a lot of days. Like i was always working five six days a week trying to work at multiple different offices. Do as much as you can. And my opinion. Even if i didn't y'all conservation and trust me as messed up a lot of them still do 'cause that's how you're gonna learn like unfortunately it's all the practice of dentistry. My boss would always tell me that. Yeah unfortunately likes it. Is the practice of dentistry. You have to practice to learn. And i know certain practices. Don't allow that. Because they charge super super high seas. But i was very lucky. I was in an office where the fees are. Okay so i guess. I'm not gonna feel bad. Is mess probation zero for you. Know rather than if the patient patriot Making his own. I know it sounds terrible. But that's that's kind of the way you learn so you have to take that risk and if you wanna learn you'll have to push yourself but also know your limits because at this point like canals. I know which ones are not worth my time. Feel like confident You you started out from like a you know what i mean if somebody doctor you're like yeah and now you're doing your own practice milk. I don't care if you ask for whatever. So i think it. It's grown a ton. how did you. How'd you come up with your your brand name. Yeah so hard. i didn't. I honestly spent like three weeks. Just i walk around in brooklyn a tree trees that it's all i see my boyfriend's like you're literally using your mind but yeah like yes so weird. What does the first name. That i ever came up with a smile house and i was like you know what i just liked the way. It sounds like it doesn't sound like a typical. Dental office. Has award smile in it. And i just i just liked it and then i hired a of a graphic designer. Some upward as she was amazing. I love my logo. She's actually doing my website And she's not super super expensive if you don't mind me asking how much did like the logo and the website. The logo was a thousands and the the website was fifty. Five hundred fifty five hundred. Oh yeah i think it's kind of like yeah. Okay you wow okay. That's pretty nice. And so then with the name. I mean you will is there. A second place loves well dental my house. A better was like a and there was also franklin streets on franklin street. But i was. I don't know the thing is. That wasn't really brand the ball. That was my problem with it. Yeah like i think analytics would've told you you should have done franklin straight straight but a mile house is like you know what i mean. That's like yeah. Alex is exactly a lot awesome. Awesome mickey so one last question. What's one piece of advice you to let our listeners know who are probably either a week behind where you're at or maybe they're not even there yet. You know what i mean. They're just dreaming about doing what you're doing now. Now what's the piece of for the people that are out doing the startle i would. I would say like trust the process. Like i feel like in the beginning. I had such hard time like nitpick every single little thing. Just fixate on things. But things are slowly unraveling as the as. I'm getting closer to opening day. You know i can't explain. Things are slowly falling in place. So i would say don't fixate on things But just do your research like anything that you wanna buyer or credence at the practice. Any you work with just interviewed tons of wraps just also the facebook group. Making startup has been amazing. Such a great asset during this whole crap solitaire's literally just go look up look at kohl's from two thousand eighteen on that. That's what i've done. I literally just go through the whole facebook group. It's been so information. Solely great awesome awesome. Let's us guys definitely. If you want reach out to vicki in the show notes below vicky where can people okay so my instagram is smile house so.
"vicky" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Banker again and my application. Just scott It in somewhere. So i i ended up going with wells. Fargo young. yeah so then you alone. Could i ask The what was the amount and the in. Yeah saw on five hundred thousand dollar loan. Which i think. Honesty is a little too little for my area. But i tried to be conservative and i could always take out a little more. It's needed and The interest rate was three point three percent for ten years. But the little caveat is construction they charge you seven percent interests and the way they explained that is because i have a loan officer that i communicate with frequently and she Disperses all the payments and cheap supposedly law. And they're like because you have this other person working with you doing work. That's why they increase their interest for that period. Though the person working with you as the general contractor who know it's it's person from wells fargo and basically she authorizes all the treatments. Oh okay and like. I give her forms. She sends it back to me in verses. Everyone so this this is. The person is in different person from my original binker. Okay and then. So how much was your. Was this a bill. Doubt like or did you occupy shell build out so itself reclaims reclaims boyfriend always has like that word reclaims Woodshop in a really nice retail storefronts face in brooklyn and like the northern part of glen and lift. I've walks away which is amazing and Yeah and it's very industrial. Has like high ceilings wooden beams foes brick and the address. What the bill. That was which was. Yeah so. I think it's going to be around. I was floated around. Like two seventy. But there's an allowance of thirty thousand. So might michael over. God's you guys to and then how many op. Steve plan to heaven. So it's gonna be eight opportunities only coming in our three eight opera in the who'd you go with for your equipment. So i went with a smaller company calls m. essel there's located in quizzed and my boyfriend's doesn't He works at about twenty. Different offices is like traveling ended honest and one of the offices he works out he has a really good relationship with with owners and they really recommended them highly in psalm. So that's why i'm working some. It's m and s you said yep and ends astle s dental in. How much did you like spend on equipment. I wanna say like fifty thousand. But not i think fifty thousand. I didn't get. I got forest chairs. I didn't get anything like to over the top. I really wanted ada chairs but literally double the price. So you i just i had to keep my budget a little more narrow. So then what was. Do you have a budget breakdown. Like do you have okay. This is my budget for equipment is in my budget for. It or technology. This is my budget for marketing. Do you have so. The funny thing is wells. Fargo told me to make a budget way in the beginning. But it's nothing like i thought it would be so why house he could tell you 'cause it's hard to know the prices when you haven't talked yet him to give you a quote on i mean i could tell you for icy. I think i'm spending around twenty five thousand for equipment around probably gonna be in total. Let's say like eighty thousand short. But i don't really have like a set budget yet. We can presume who'd you go with for it. I went with a smaller company again to a recommendation from my boyfriend. It's it's actually a really that because he works in so many offices people's brains it's called soft fusion. It soft fusion id okayed. They sound familiar. But possibly gotcha gotcha okay saw fusion And then right now. Have you started hiring employees interviewing or anything or no think it's too early. That's what i personally think. I feel like if i start hiring now. It's it's still three months out. So i dunno i. I was thinking of putting ads out in A april amend. Actually one of the associates workless in my other office. She says that she has a friend that lives in brooklyn and she's actually executives from another country but she's an assistant which i think was amazing so she gave me her phone number south. I'm planning on connecting with her soon. How many employees to have at the beginning. I would say three. I think wanting front desk and to assistance. Like to partisans in the reason i want to is god forbid one of them has a sick day or something. I don't wanna be without assistant. So i think i prefer to have two part time. Yeah has it been pretty tough. Maybe maybe your boyfriend minority your associates or maybe but it's been tough like finding people leave kurd. I've heard yes yes. I've heard that even in my own offices we haven't we haven't hired new front desk in months and we need one. Apparently like there's no one out there. That's what that's what i've heard. I've heard the candidates elections really rough right now and Let's definitely worries me a little. But now we'll see and then who'd you go with for like architect and construction things like that so Actually i have a fun story about this I googled like dental a construction company in new york city and i found this major. Dental construction firm called beacon so I contact the non. They seemed great and they gave me a cool for construction for five hundred thousand dollars and i was like honestly. That's the size of my loan. Like there's no way. I could afford that so then i reached out semi wells fargo bank guard on my cage. You have any recommendations for dental architects. And he gave me a name. His name is james shy and that's working with now and they were able to gaming almost half the cost. It's pretty crazy so you really have to like do your research. Yeah more like asking for like you. Asking other people right like network. Yeah that's kind of. That's kind of a bus way. How construction been so far for you. Knock on wood. 'cause i've heard it's a nightmare for some people but might might architect was able to what we did was we tried some push out signing the lease so that i could get permits Permits take awhile so right. After i signed the lease started construction week. And a half. After which i heard like the not common and I haven't had any issues. Really knock.
"vicky" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Dr bus aliki aka dr vicky. How's it going really good and you did such a good job buttering my name. So thank you. I appreciate your patients. Call you doctor. Yes yes it just makes it easier for everyone and so the doctor vicky and vicky so before we get into like your start up business and everything like that. Tell us a little bit about your pastor president. How did you get to where you are today share. So i was actually born in. New york in queens. New york parents are greek emigrants so if you know anything about greeks. Dad owns a diner which was like a very typical greek thing I have two other sisters. My oldest sister is in med school. So my parents kinda wanted me to follow her footsteps. But i was working as a dental assistant and i was like. I think i really liked that. So i decided to go to dental route and i went to stony brook dental school. Which is in long island is like a smaller state school. Are you familiar with that. Not at all okay. Yeah so it's like a small school they take thirty nine kids and Yeah i was really lucky because it's state tuition. Unlike you know private school which is in like the five hundred thousand range. It's like a little less than half of that so i didn't graduate as much as other people one so And i had tons of great clinical experience there. I graduated in two thousand fifteen and then i did a one year general practice residency which is actually mandatory new york another states. I'm not sure if it is but in europe it's mandatory. It was really good. It was a hospital based residency so a lot of emergencies. A lot of extractions on the finally got it on my residency. And i've been practicing for five years. And i probably had on at least ten or twelve associates since graduating rich. Yeah which i think is very commenting york So actually the first job ever that that i got it was a greek doctor knows a great. This is gonna be grade relate to me like this is awesome and i actually got fired the first day because he treatment plans like twenty appraisal composites on this fifteen year old kid and i didn't agree with them so i was like you know i'm not gonna do this. I really agree with it. Only c. two and he's like well you know i. I think i told you this already but my practice is a business. And if you don't understand that. I didn't think this is gonna work. So that was like my first exposure to don country. And i was like i was like. Is this what it's like it's crazy. And then since then. I worked at a few other practices which unfortunately have been equally as bad. Like it's just you know. Doing dentistry is unnecessary. You know insurance whose are really low and work so but still it wasn't a good fit man actually six months in six months after i graduated i started working at the practice that i'm now working in I was working there once a week and a fast forward five years. Now there full time and i've been there fulltime for the past two and a half years so right now i'm at one practice. The good thing about this practice. It's a multi specialty practice. But the gp's do mostly everything so Grew canals extractions. And my boss is also very big He places implants like a lot. So he really encouraged me to take some courses. So i've been pleasing plans for the last like three and a half years so i think that was a good skill to have under my belt. Got you until so then. Now that's where do you plan in the future to maybe do your own startup or yeah so i am doing my own. Start up right now. Oh wow okay so. I'll tell you a little bit about it. So basically this startup. I feel like all happened due to covid. I was working like five and a half six days a week up until like crazy. I've always been working really hard an colder and they're like you can't work anymore like you're you're just to collect unemployment and my boss was still working like seeing emergencies but i just felt for the first time. I'm like what i'm what am i doing. Might my job. Security is not my own and it made me feel like really vulnerables so That's when i started looking for startups like that's how it happened. At first i looked at a practice acquisition and it was an older doctor he wanted retired judical but the deal fell through and then My boyfriend and i we live. He's actually ended on this and we live. We live in brooklyn together. And you're bike riding on this area when like wow. There's a lot of retail space available and made me call one of the numbers on on the On the storefront i called. I called The commercial space. And i didn't end up going with that one but i went with a commercial space like not far from that so That's kind of how happened through bike ride. Gotcha cool cool wind a little bit. Your parents wanted you to follow your sister's footsteps. What is up with that. Like what she older brothers england with. I noticed that with the older. It's like yeah. They're doing also some very common immigrant mentality like my mom never had a job. My dad works at a diner. And he's like my kids are going to be doctors. You know like they have. That's so that's that's an entirely bus Were they upset or anything like that. By the fact that they're like doing in dentistry or believe it or not. That was a little upset in the beginning but then I think he's talked with your france and he's like i think percentage like a lucrative career. My daughter's the okay so thinks that's what happens. So now he's buried he so happy out into the streets of this cool little bit ending. You were in a general practice residency for one year. That's the that's right and so with that. What is one thing you learn there practicing there. That really really open your eyes and said like this is what i love or oh no. This is where we're going to start doing. I kind of like this or what. What did you learn from there that you still take on today on so it was a very hospital. based residencies. there was like a lot of lot of Root canals extractions emergencies. I think i realized that. I didn't want to be in a super clinical setting because i would see a lot of patients there. I feel like some treatment was compromised. So as much as i learned a lot about root canals on extractions and it became very good clinically. But i think. I realized that i wanted to be in a slightly different mcgrath. Got young not so exactly known things like that which is what right now. That's my current struggle. Where i'm working. I probably see like twenty to thirty patients today. so it's it's just a lot is unsustainable for me but i mean like experience build resilience like you got it. I can so happens gotcha. After that you're doing for about five years he said and then it was at least you were at least at ten associates ships in new york okay. The these associates ships were some systems that you saw whether front or back office or anything like that. That really impressed you. And you're like i'm gonna. I'm gonna i mean everything else but this is the one that i'm.
"vicky" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Of the dental marketer podcast. I'm your host michael and in this episode. We're speaking with vicky athena sue and she talks to us about how she has been practicing for about five years and she's had at least ten associates ships within those five years in new york so obviously since he's been at this many associate ships. She knows exactly what she wants. And what she doesn't want in her startup. she's learned A lot from this From all these associations we also discussed what implant courses. She's taken or she has taken. What's what's her favorite courses. What are her least courses. And then how when kobe came. That's what she decided to do. Startup exactly right in the middle of kovic. She said you know what. I'm going to pull the trigger and do it and you know some people would maybe be a little bit more Reserve it ever conservative. Say like maybe. I'm gonna wait it out a little bit. See where it goes but she decided to pull the trigger and and do it so listen to the episode to see her thought process behind that we also talked about how a practice acquisition before fell through. Why did it fall through We also discussed her onboarding protocols and how that super important to her and how she treatment plants differently she treated plans a little bit more conservative So definitely learned the thought process and her strategy behind that something. I liked that we discussed this. How do you approach a non ethical boss who wants you to diagnose things that aren't there on the patient. Maybe this happened to you. Maybe you have a non ethical boss or you've had one and you're like how would i have approach to. how do i approach them. And say like hey. I don't think. I don't think this is right. I don't think we should do this because at the same time. You're kind of a little bit worried. You know about your job so we discussed how she did that and how you can do that too. We also discuss how you can get confident fast Especially in your dentistry. If you're just graduating with a key thing you can do to get competent fast in doing a lot of procedures and then one thing i like that mentions is especially with the startup. Process is trust the process. And don't feel the need to nitpick and fix it and we go into that a lot more on what she means. So is without further delay. Here is.
Family Helps Total Strangers Book Vaccine Appointments
"The short time Operation Center was at a diminished capacity there now investigating what caused some lines to go dark, and they'll share that information later. As older Americans struggle to secure covert vaccine appointments online volunteers known as vaccine hunters or stepping in to help CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen introduces us to a New York family that's already helped more than 750 older neighbors to get their shots for seniors like 81 year old Jeannie McDowell. They didn't have an iPhone. They don't have a computer. What were they supposed to do? Securing an appointment seems impossible until they reach out to Detroit to Castro. Okay, no problem. I can help you with that went for a cell phone to Mozza Pull laptops. Turn into a command center. Yes. In the kitchen to Castro in her family, a book vaccine appointments by the hundreds and their central New York community all for total strangers, and for free, we do it. Between lunch dinner. Pretty much all the time to Castro's often up until three in the morning, rapidly refreshing websites for any availabilities. And now my husband cause it. Welcome all you have to be quick because There's 10,000 other people doing probably the same thing. Her husband, Marco, delivering the printed confirmation tickets. She first realized the difficulties in getting an appointment while signing up. Her mother in law board got out fast. After the Castro started helping neighbors. I heard some seniors even say they would get on the computer. They might lose the site they put in Rome, New York and ended up in Rochester and my other dear friend. Got on the phone and the lady said call back at four. She called back and four and the tape said the office is closed to Castro got an appointment in just days for McDowell in her husband on Lee, two of the 25 the to Castro's book on average each day for anyone who asks, including the Petri family. Vicky was very stressed. By the time she got everything in Appointment is gone. Viki and Dave Petri reached out for their daughter, Jessica, who has down syndrome. After struggling on their own. She helped us she helped our neighbors She helped my brother and his wife. Get appointments. She just I don't know how she does it. De Castro's reach has now spanned four counties. People express their gratitude with cards and even home cooked dinners, but to Castro says she's just doing anything possible. To protect her community. I treat everyone as if they're my parents yesterday would have been soon enough for me. If it were my parents. When will you stop? When they
Experts Doubt Royal Family Will Break Silence on Allegations from Oprah Interview
"No comment from Buckingham Palace on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is Blockbuster interview with Oprah and CBS. Royal biographer Hugo Vickers doubts the Royals and tend to directly address the allegations of racism and hostility raised in the interview, think they're likely to engage in a kind of war between two parties, which across the tabloid press would greatly enjoyed, But there's growing pressure on the palace to address what's shaping up to be the biggest PR crisis for Britain's Royals since the death of Princess Diana Vicky bar. For CBS News. London More than 12 Million people in the UK Watch the interview on ITV last night 17 million watched in the U. S on Sunday. Ah, judge in Louisville has dropped all charges against Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, w El Ky TVs. Erica Fox Locker was facing charges of attempted murder for firing on the officers serving and no knock warrant hitting one of them in the leg. Walker has maintained he did not know they were officers. The Commonwealth attorney filed a motion last week to dismiss the charges with prejudice, meaning they cannot be brought again. Briana Taylor was shot to death by police with a drug warrant for someone else. President Biden's German shepherds are in the doghouse reports they major in champ have been sent back to the first family's home in Wilmington. After one of them bit. A member of the White House security team. Major, who's three is the first rescue dog to take up residence at the White House. He's reportedly been barking and lunging at staff. This is CBS News. Del semi annual sale for business business has has arrived. arrived. Save Save up up to to 45% 45% on on Dell Dell Computers Computers powered powered by by Intel. Intel. Core Core processors. processors. Just Just call call 877 877 Ask Ask Del Del
Vernon Jordan, civil rights activist and Clinton adviser, has died
"Jordan, a civil rights activist and former adviser to President Bill Clinton, has died. Jordan's daughter, Vicky Jordan, Adams, released this statement to CBS this morning, saying, My father passed away last night about 10 o'clock. Surrounded by loved ones his wife and daughter by his side. The
"vicky" Discussed on ActionPacked
"It's in the 2009 know and I feel like next year would maybe be a good year to do that cuz they'll be less people travelling if it's a good time and everything's okay disclaimers. So now for the month or you're grounded like we are here. Yes, you've been exploring the United Kingdom. Yes. So in January, I decided to setup a new site about England cuz I actually planned to spend a long time in England this year, which is a bit crazy considering how the years worked out but I set that up in January and then locked down has been a big opportunity to write for it right more for it and build it and in July when I was lifted the numbers were great. And it's yeah the sites doing really well they are in England because I wanted to have a site that was a bit more achievable because my blog I have job. Some incredible adventures and some of them have been very expensive and it was only because for those three years I didn't have a home base that I could afford to do the amazing things that I have done and through breast strips and things but I wanted I wanted to write something that was a bit more that might my friends could do in that I could do in the future and that yeah race it was a bit more achievable. And then this year days out in England have been the thing to do so long. It's been very on Trend really so people want to look it up as it days out in England day out in England. Com. My main blog is Vicky flip flop travels.com. So we're in England where I just found United Kingdom was being the most exciting place. I see you've been camping in the outer Hebrides. Yes. So a few weeks ago me and my friend drove up. I drive I live in Portsmouth and just drive up to the outer Hebrides, which was one of the longest I've ever driven and we decided to go wild camping. But unfortunately we didn't quite have the right equipment and the right 10th, although it was beautiful sunny birth. Is the wind was just ferocious and we couldn't even stand for long enough to put the tent up on the second night because it was quite a high tent and my friend ended up sleeping in the car and I had literally taken a 1000 by packington and so I can sleep in that..
"vicky" Discussed on ActionPacked
"Specialists travel writers, and we've spent half a lifetime exploring every corner of the world. So we want to share with you some of our extraordinary experiences and the amazing people. We've met along the way. This week we're exploring the solitary world of travel blogging. What is a travel blogger? How do you become one wandering around the world and writing for your own publication? No demanding a there's a popping yourself while making loads of money at the same time science, like the ideal way of earning a comfortable living we met up with Vicky flip flop who over the past nine years has become one of Britain's most successful travel bloggers. She's got literally sizes of social media followers and has made enough money out of her one-woman business to buy our own three bedroom house would work on to our travel podcast now, can you start by telling us difference between a travel blogger.
"vicky" Discussed on Go All In
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"vicky" Discussed on Go All In
"That's a good that's a beautiful Dragon. No, no, no, no my me from hiring people everybody and they're not good. But everybody come on. Yes, I like everybody and I fall for it. So I am fired from jobs hiring people. Yeah. I trust I trust people and and when you get burned, I'll say no no never again sure enough next week. I'm down to it again. So yeah, I love I lost one for the little hot seat here. What's the best piece of business advice that you've ever received but I ever received. I mean just do whatever it takes you figure when somebody tells you now that's just a way to figure get creative and go around it, but don't take no for an answer and don't give up on yourself. Pushed through do it because failure is really not an option beautiful beautiful advice Vicky. Thank you again for coming on the podcast of really appreciate you sharing a story and and your wisdom and your knowledge there as well. If people want to reach out to you. What's the very best way to do that is that violent in via Facebook or VIA website any of them will work. The office number is 60120 to Vicky and if not social media or ww.w everywhere. Okay too easy. And once again just a little peek at your phone and all of the links to Vicky's website and socials will be right there. And again if you're watching on YouTube to scroll down it's right there in the show notes Vicky as we are finish out and close out the podcast here. I wanted to give you a chance to have The Parting Shot The Parting comment. Have you got some final bits of wisdom for us bottom line mindset guys. Don't be in the pity me party cuz nobody's going down. Joining that party you are flying.
"vicky" Discussed on Go All In
"You know everyone I trust that you will bless you and your family are doing well. Also in these strange covert times that seem to be coming to an end now if you haven't already checked out the new Global in website, I courage you to pop on over to go all-in, you and take a look at our brand new hub for startups and entrepreneurs. We've got some great free training over there and some great giveaways and we've got a whole bunch of new products that have been added to the hub so pop on over to go all-in. Com You to find out more now. This is your first time here at the goal in podcast. Welcome. It's great to have you here this podcast is for you. If you're starting out in business considering a business or even if you've been a season-long entrepreneur for years, I guess and I will give you the strategies and tactics that you need to help you to close the gap from where you are to where you want to be faster than you ever thought possible to get there. You're going to have to work hard learned some new things but most of all you're going to have to go all-in and I created and I do this show because there's nothing I like more than eliminating roadblocks and shortcutting the path to success. In fact, I can't wait to celebrate your success with you. So make sure you reach out to me via social media or via email before we get into the show today. Just take a little peek at your phone and hit the Subscribe button on the page that you're listening, you know, and if you're watching this on YouTube Just scroll down and hit the Subscribe button there as well and don't forget to ring the bell that way you'll always have some motivation and some go all in love right there in your pocket loss. Lastly if you like what you eat today, please share this episode with your friends and your family think he's got a really important message to share and she's got a pretty amazing story as well. If we can just help one or two people to break through barriers and get unstuck then Vicky and I would have done our job here on the podcast today. All righty, let's get into this as I mentioned right at the top of the show. Vicky went from being homeless and lived in a car to winning big time in the game of property, but it's not what you think. Vicki had no money no credit and she needed to go all in and get creative to make them work. And I guess it's when we're faced with total uncertainty like that in our lives that we as humans get creative and Vicky and bodies. Absolutely. Everything get means to do this. Now that Vicky is made her way and property and she's done pretty well out of it. She's focusing on giving back in teaching others to do exactly the same thing. In fact Vicky's on a mission to help a million dead. To do the same as her. I'm excited. She's here. So, please help me in welcoming a video containing Vicky's containing welcome to the gallon podcast. It's great to have you here why I'm so glad to be here and thank you for having me Robert no problems.
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"That's great. That's a definite will win. Is a lot of people need help at that. Yeah absolutely I mean the promise of this of this workshop is fully embodying your pricing so that you really understand the full worth of the transformation that you're offering people so that you can you can talk about it and sell it with confidence. It's not necessarily about putting your prices up will have to say so everybody that's gone through, it has put their prices up. Realise the worth of what they have to offer that. I. Look. It's a silly price that I was charging before like I to do that anymore. Well you know especially women you know we have this block about we're not worth very much or that nobody's GonNa pay for my services because I don't know you my serve like I wouldn't pay myself for those services but somebody else paying for your services they they see you totally different way and they're like all this is such a valuable way she started so low for this. This is great. That's when you need 'em. Raise your prices and you know in but if you have a block for doing that and you're not able to do that because you don't give yourself permission, it's it's really hard it really hard to get get your prices up and to fill like Phil Authentic and what you're doing. So I'm so happy that you're doing that and teach women that it will everyone that actually but I mean it's just great what you're doing. Both thank you. Yeah. It's I was working with a cake decorator yesterday and is just little things. You know where we come in and sabotage ourselves. You know she's now I'm working with particularly around just looking at the costings of here ingredients because especially with covid everything is going up and she's also moving into using bid a quality ingredients and yet she had resistance about working out her new ingredients cost so that it would she could charge accordingly. But I just as I said to her, you know do you WanNa. Be The bug and basement you know no name brand cake Baker. More, people actually coming to you because it's a special occasion and they want a high quality product I mean you look at who work and it's beautiful. So the prices should reflect that right? Yeah. Definitely. I mean and you went and. You went. Charging such a low price or something. So beautiful. So yeah, I can I can understand that that you gotta get her patch that says she can afford to stay in business one the also. So the shaking get paid for what she's worth in have good quality clients 'cause they're you know you get the wrong quality clients if you're not charging the right price definitely definitely, and the price is just one of those ways that we can qualify al perfect clients, people who are going to pay on time and show up on time and actually do the work. That's that's really powerful to know we'll Vicky. Thank. You so much for being on the show today if he tells one more time where they were listeners can find you sure it's Vicky Santiago Dot Com. Okay. Great and we'll have all of the information on the show notes. So you can go there and click on her links and get to her programs. Thank you so much Vicky for being with us today in for talking to us and you stay safe newsy when okay thank you and thank you so much for having me as being so fun. Thank you so much for tuning in today I. Hope you've found some great insights in this episode. You'll find our guests information links in bio in the show notes. And on our website profitable passions dot com I'm Tamie Brag and I hope you'll.
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"vicky" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Hello welcome to this week's unofficial partner. I'm Richard Gillis. This week we went to the OAS headquarters in new cavendish street to meet Vicky Guzzling. OB Chief Executive of GB snows bull. He had a highly successful twenty one year career in the royal airforce rising to the rank of group captain and serving in the Iraq and if Afghanistan conflicts which he was awarded the NBA. In two thousand and four. She left the forces to become chief. Executive of the INVICTUS Games. The International National Multi Sport event created by Prince Harry the Juku. Sussex for injured servicemen and women and fast and full maced to be ambitious just unbelievable impossible in vitro plumpy. Tease Wilmington debates is pretty impressive. The guy that's basically being blown up in two thousand eleven in a game I want to run it invictus games and then win a bronze medal at the Paralympics in two thousand sixteen and into intimate sprint Felli. Incredible and people would suggest that maybe be that was not possible beforehand if you want to find out more about Vicky. She recently did a great presentation. The marketing societies bravest event in London. About what her career in the armed services taught her and how that can be applied to business. You can find that video at the Mocking Society's website this is thirty. Six podcast cost Danica thirty six weeks if enjoyed them. Please writers on Itunes. It really helps us and If you've got ideas for future guests and subjects getting touch and if you are a potential partner with the pollen podcasts. We'd love to hear from me in get in touch with me or SEAN AT UNOFFICIAL PARTNER DOT COM for now here is Vicky Gosling Vicki thanks very much for your time today and Mike here we are again at team. Gb the headquarters and headquarters of British. No sports now. We're GonNa talk about Snow Sports. Obviously because your job but I want to start with. So you've got this heck of a back story that I just want people to know about who don't already twenty one years in the Rif ending group. Captain we should say Vicky Vicky Gosling Obgyn. We know if you'd like to not say Kay with me you'll second though be on the poker. Yeah Yeah I got an MBA to today. They will they were that now with no talking you can wear it was dame heather Ra- bats. She's good today. So is that one up Stephanie. One out of a question mark around on the old is unlikely to be an issue for me. So twenty one years in the Orient Take us back then. Why did you join the area? And it's probably Blais. I'd always had an interest in flying anyway but Having gone through university did languages it just felt like a natural progression for me. I I liked discipline. Alight family fail that And it was. It was really interesting when I first started looking at it it at Leeds University it was very much about the family fast. And on the role. Whichever will you came upon second and that I found that really appealing ailing and of course at that stage? I mean we're talking. Join back in one thousand nine hundred four now. I did a lot of sport and it was a platform for doing sport as well as well as traveling and of course it happened languages so it was. It was a combination. I'm considered all three services but burying my my interest in flying as well. The Air Force made more sense. It's to me. And where were you brought up on the world. So you've got and you went to lead university school in whereas it yes I I did. School run the world and then just went to lease university and then joined ideas. Patio brought over six England. which is Spanish and French and then the night? Join Straight after that. So take us through your quick tool for your career. Because you've been some places. I mean. I deployed all over the world Israeli but I would say that Thi defining moments for me are probably my deployment to the Gulf in two thousand and three and then my and then setting up what became the combined services adapted Sports Association. And that was you know having taken all the cash that we certainly did a decade of two thousand and nine in in two thousand eleven. I was this heavily court to see some friends and I was looking at the balcony and there were twelve ts. He's playing sitting volleyball at the time. Which is pretty interesting sight to see but age range between about eighteen and thirty two and it was that they were? Ah Loving Life for more than one. I'd seen them in Celje Hospital and I happen to be a commodore of a war sportscenter. Just honore between Henley and modeling so I asked the consultative I could set up a war sports day therefore guys and he said yes so we did and having done Vance. What's which is really successful way then went on to settle on a per wheelchair tennis day at RAF ultimate goal is play tennis the Air Force Royal Engineers and to build the rumps and we did tennis day and then it became very much known as Gerry for for adaptive sports and we set up the combined services up to sports resort getting the military? Keta these injured men and women largely men at the time and then in twenty thirteen are set at my desk are Benson and I always used to deploy anti Afghanistan Afghanistan as the detention center advisor Secretary State interesting role but When actually I got the call for the Ministry Defense Stacey Jason would like me to his royal highness had just come back from the war games and wanted to effectively put on these games that would would be be mission bang an international sporting competition for wounded injured and sick servicemen and women and demonstrating the power of a spot? The recovery was at the same time raising the military pray foul creating more sort of general public awareness for for the military and because of my background of helping create this combined sit ups for became this sort of the person so I went in. Is the military project. Executive Military Project Lead for that seconded led by the ministry defense into way my very much getting round we picked up fourteen nations based on the re-met that these that had been injured that were very much from the the most recent conflicts Afghanistan and Iraq. So we wanted to find the nations that had fought alongside US said amount for that we picked was actually. You know we've trained together. We fought together in that country together. We found we decided online sports very much using the the BPA later to get vice on which sports. We could use my sports because we'd had a successful Olympics in twenty twelve we will pick part makes sense. Say We So we festively. You went to see Orange at the time and and the Olympic Park and we bought so Keith Mills and the previous board from the Olympic Games around the table onset about putting the Games on my very much fixing long getting the nations to come so I flew around all the nations actually trying to movers and shakers that could Identify and locate their wounded population. And get them to form a team because we didn't really know what was happening. And then I became engaged in trying to raise money money through bringing in sponsorships that check your landrover and then getting the BBC and immediate behind it. Then explain what this thing was was going to be then. He ended up with four hundred competitors. Obviously a five day period of competition in London and September twenty fourteen and subsequently that was my sort sorta springboard then became the chief executive of the INVICTUS Games 2016. Take to Orlando say when that was that was the next steps and that was at that point that I took took a career break from the military so as already agreed captain and and actually having been offered the role I can really turn it down. Say That's exactly documented and then subsequently them became the Strategic Advisor Ministry of Defense he could delegation came in hand. So what there's there's a lot of questions that power that in terms of of just from a sports role in that sort of area and I guess I'm thinking about the psychology of it if you are a soldier or a serviceman who's been traumatically injured wealth and what's sports sport. What does it do? How does it help? Well I mean I think naturally you'll find that military personnel on Naturally Competitive Competitive Anyway and Camaraderie is K- it's all about team Walkman in the military as an individual you're fairly insignificant so But being able to bring people together into team environments whether it's because you come into the team environment unyielding team sport or whether you're coming into the team environment being individual sports it enabled them to put a year in particular with the invaders games enables them to put a uniform back on because think about it in the UK delegation. We've just picked the team going to the Hague and so they actively get kitted out in the UK teams allegation. They've all joined the military tree because they're fairly soft less in terms of selfless commitments and You know they they they enjoy that mission orientated. -tated feeling so within but this games you know very much about coming together as a team performing to your best demonstrating in a your commitments. What is that you taking on on the representing your country? And there's always some pride that gays with that say I mean they're not they don't tend to be profit orientated. People say sport plays really really well as well as a rail tour within the military. Because that's where we test boundaries. An awful lot of adventure training with military personnel and throw them into that team environment. So when we going through in my case officer training at Cromwell you do an awful lot of team sport exercise together whether it's being basted around some horrific cross country Sira in obstacle courses vile or whatever is making some really in China. There's lots of really fun things as row. How lots of fun? Things coming through the military or say any playing NAPA gang skiing. When I was fortunate I have see you did Winter Sport and I did tennis as well so pretty much? I was never at work but I mean I. It's a key. It is definitely a key part of life in the military being fit you know you have compulsory. PT Needy circuits every day at lunch time to do that. But it's it is a real part of it and that's why why in the Army Navy game in rugby such a big deal because it's one place that people go away whether they're serving or whether they've retired in terms of those service personnel who have been injured and are then out of the army or is that where what happens there. They need the support network. Work for them. You know it's really..
"vicky" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"Hope for hip hop. Vicky Vicky makes with DJ Vic one what one man let's do that tiger offset tastes. I got little Wayne's uproar. Both coming up in this. Mickey Mickey mix sounds good in the neighborhood. And also man J J Cole is going through right now in the valley this so he holds an event for his revenge of the dreamers three. And it was basically like a very small intimate listening party of not even listening party listening. Yeah. And so he invited you know, certain people from the media to come out certain friends, and I guess the the list had been released of who was there. And when you look at the list there, no female names. So there was this one girl who went on Twitter and was like Jayco how come you didn't have any women? At this. Are you know is this sexist move what's going on? And so then people started jumping on the bandwagon. And now, they're calling J Cole sexist and saying the boycott his music, and let me tell you. Now, I've seen I've seen. I've seen this happen. A lot where artists to say. Hey, can you come in? You know, come and listen to the album, and it'd be like a selective few and it'd be like, but it'd be more than one it'd be did you get a chance to this tonight? They invited me on the next. Whatever may be even our boss. Doc, doc runs a lot of stations across the country. Doc, he's good with J Cole. He didn't invite doc or ale. Do you know what I'm saying? So it's not about I don't think it's about not inviting women and not inviting this person it was more. So this is the the people in it probably wasn't even ham him. Yeah. You know what I'm saying? But it's like, okay. We've we've we've had that where it's like, okay. You know, he you come by the studio tonight. And this we got some people that's gonna come by. And for a person at that say they would have liked to have one today j just sitting down listening a little bit. They how can you listen to Jay Cole and not know their Jakoet's in cut from next exactly part. You know what I'm saying? Like, I feel like damn, you know, and I side you know, what I'm saying. I get down. This isn't about being against women. I don't want anybody to listen to this and get the wrong thing. I'm just saying that I don't think that that was his intention to sit down and make a list and say. Don't invite women. Fellas to what I'm saying. I do want you to call us a mandate talking about boycotting the music. How does that make you.