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Monitor Show 14:00 09-04-2023 14:00
"Or comments to Big Take at Bloomberg .net. The supervising producer of The Big Take is Vicky Bergalina. Our senior producer is Catherine Fink. Our producers are Michael Folero and Mo Berra. Hilda Garcia is our engineer. Our original music was composed by Leo Sidrin. I'm Wes Kosova. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now.
Fresh update on "vicky" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"I don't expect the left to argue on on the question of is it accurate is it accurate is not a left-wing question how do we smear the person we don't want to say what is accurate is the left-wing question and here you have another example on the Michigan Supreme Court it's the men who voted against it. We return. Mike Lindell has a passion to help you get the best sleep of your life. He didn't stop at the pillow Mike also created the Giza dream bedsheets these sheets look and feel great which means an even better night's sleep which is crucial for overall health. Mike found the world's best cotton called Giza it's ultra soft and breathable but extremely durable. Mike's latest deal is the sale of the year for a limited time you'll receive 50% off the Giza dream sheets marking prices down as low as $29.98 depending on the size go to my pillow.com click on the radio podcast's square and use the promo code prager there you'll find not only this amazing offer but also deep discounts on all my pillow products including the my pillow 2.0 mattress topper my pillow kitchen towel sets and so much more call 800-761-6302 or go to my pillow.com and use the promo code prager so what do you think of that you think it's a coincidence that the only two judges to vote against changing pronouns in Michigan courts are male do you do you think that's a coincidence so why why did the women on the court vote in favor the only case in the United States Michigan courts if an attorney says I want to be addressed as him and it's a she or as neither they then you are to do so why did the women on the supreme court there do do that so as I have said all of my life each sex has to battle its nature men have to battle their their violent nature and their sexual predatory nature women have to battle their emotions and their empathetic nature you can't make you can't run a policy on empathy alone or nurturing it needs to be channeled and women are not channeling many women are not channeling these days into good arenas leftism is a non-channeling of the nurture principle to an extent that it actually becomes threatening to actual nurturing so that's why I believe that it is it it fell male female the vote in Michigan Covid vaccine poll finds more than half of adults are likely to say no thanks to the vax again here's the interesting part first the overview among us adults 52 they will probably or definitely not get the new Covid 19 vaccine more than half that's fascinating according to the latest Kaiser family foundation vaccine monitor poll Kaiser is on the left so they had no reason to skew the vote in this direction conversely 23 percent of adults definitely plan to get the vaccine while another 23 percent will probably get it okay that makes it obvious given the breakdown of the numbers more than half won't or probably won't and a little under half will or probably will all right now here is what I want you to hear 70 percent of democrats plan to get the new vaccine 24 percent of republicans that alone should make you a republican that's a very dramatic piece of data and it's from the Kaiser foundation 70 percent of democrats plan to get the new vaccine which is not a vaccine but that's a separate issue and only 24 percent of republicans seven out of ten democrats one out of four republicans well I'd like to meet the 24 of republicans who plan to get the vaccine I'd like to know make them what makes them tick but I certainly get the 70 of democrats better safe than sorry got that jingle sean better safe than sorry I made this up years ago before the whole covid crisis well done who did that do you know who did that sean who sent that in do we know no we don't know okay well we need more jingles those are priceless better safe than sorry the trouble is dear democrats you might be sorry you see that's what is missing from the equation of people the issue is not only is the covid vaccine effective it was clearly quite ineffective but of course they had a heads we win tails we lose scenario so if you would note that almost everybody who got the vaccine got covid they'll case really how do you know that and what about all the people who had side effects injurious side effects including death we don't like to talk about that because we're not a truth-oriented society because the left is in charge but I'll tell you this is a true liberal conservative difference this is not even left conservative this is liberal conservative so here's a thought question for you and I'd be very interested actually in hearing your theories why are liberals far more predisposed to getting this vaccine than conservatives Colin I'm very curious I don't know if I could take all the calls but I'm very curious what your theory is this is we have this statistically and we have it from a liberal source the Kaiser foundation which has also been terribly hurt by the left why do you think liberals are far more likely to take the vaccine now let alone earlier one eight prager seven seven six eight seven seven two four three triple seven six oh this is so interesting I'm asking you a question I am I want to know what you think so this is a poll just released by the Kaiser foundation the Kaiser hospitals right and that is overwhelmingly democrats will get or are likely to take the covid new covid vaccine overwhelmingly republicans won't here's another piece of data among democrats 58 are likely to take extra precautions including wearing masks foregoing travel and avoiding public gatherings but just 16 of republicans said they would be likely to do the same so why I think that this is extremely instructive the more you move to the left the more you have fear period not only do they fear getting sick and dying when there is no reason to have that fear or very little reason to be precise but they fear for they even fear unless I realized when I was in college I didn't understand it then they fear acknowledging male female differences they fear much more likely marriage they much more likely fear having children Joe Biden said during what was it SARS when nobody really was even paying attention swine flu it's so interesting I'm commending myself for noting it then he said he would not go on an airplane he was vice president I wouldn't go anywhere in confined places now isn't that amazing who on god's earth thought that way about the swine flu he wouldn't go in any and I remember saying what kind of leader is that he should be the first to go on an airplane because he's a new that's but this is it it's a big it's a big amount of fear that animates the left let's be honest if you see somebody today walking around outdoors so both post-covid and outdoors wearing a mask unless they're Asian because it's a cultural habit in Asia don't you assume they're a Democrat of course you do you would you would bet heavy odds that they vote Democrat okay let's uh let's see what you folks have to say uh good this is good in Florida it's Vicky hello Hi Dennis. 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Monitor Show 16:00 08-19-2023 16:00
"Podcasts, or wherever you listen, and we'd love to hear from you. Email us questions or comments to bigtake at bloomberg .net. The supervising producer of The Big Take and the producer of this episode is Vicky Vergalina, with additional production support from Michael Folero and Rafael Amsili. Our original music was composed by Leo Sidrin. I'm Wes Kosova. We'll be back tomorrow with another Big Take.
Monitor Show 16:00 08-12-2023 16:00
"Big Take at Bloomberg .net. The supervising producer of The Big Take is Vicky Bergalina. Our senior producer is Catherine Fink. Our producers are Michael Falero and Mo Barrow. Hilda Garcia is our engineer. Our original music was composed by Leo Sidrin. I'm Wes Kosova. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now.
Former SNL Star Victoria Jackson Speaks Out Against Gay Pride Parade
"Victoria Jackson, Vicki, welcome back. Thank you. Jackson. Listen, you are, you're so dear and so sweet. But part of it is because you speak the truth when other people may be shrink from doing that. And give us the background because people don't know, you live in the Nashville area. Tell us what happened. Tell us your version of the story. Okay. So Tuesday, I got a text message, it went out to a lot of people from the moms for liberty organization. This woman Robin used to be a bomber pilot in the military. For real, she's awesome. Most moms are not bomber pilots. I just want to be very clear with my audience just so they understand most moms tend not to be bomber pilots, but you're telling me that you've got a text. This is over a week ago from a woman with moms for liberty and what did the text say? It said, all forces, can you hear my dog marking? Yes, I can. Is that a bad thing? Well, she's outside. I mean, if I let her in, she won't burn. Well, okay, let's let her in. Okay, the dog is back in the house, not barking. So Vicky, you were just saying, you got a text from your friend, mom's for liberty. It's about a week ago. And what is she saying? She said, everybody show up tonight is the vote on whether or not they're going to have the gay pride parade and Franklin. Okay. So your friend is telling you, show up at a council, a city council meeting in Franklin because they're voting on whether to have a gay pride parade and Franklin. And I was just a new thing for Franklin because there's so many parts of the country where they have these parades, is this something that has happened before and Franklin and that they're trying to make a decision on whether to continue. Okay, this is a new thing. They had it last year. I believe that was the first or second year. I'm not sure if it was the first time. I think it was the first time. I'm not sure. But they had it last year and people were appalled and offended because there was pornographic dancing done in front of children in the gay pride parade.
UKs Bank Regulator to Propose Rules for Digital Asset Issuance
"9 a.m. Monday March 6th, 2023. UK's bank regulator to propose rules for digital asset issuance. The Prudential regulatory authority PRA in the United Kingdom is set to propose rules for issuing and holding digital assets, according to Vicky's supporter, executive director of the Prudential policy directorate at the Bank of England. The rules will be developed in compliance with the Basel three rules and the financial services and markets FSM bill currently being considered by parliament. Read more
Victoria Jackson's Husband Was Inspired by Eric
"To have a friend named Victoria Jackson. And then something happened in our relationship actually I'm making that up. We're still friends. Victoria, hi. How are you? Eric, we taxes. You just make me instantly happy, which is not easy to do. And yet you do it effortlessly, which is really extraordinary. Now, okay, you're holding up a copy of my book letter to the American church. I didn't ask you to do that, Vicki. Can we talk about other stuff first? Or do you want to read throughout this interview? That'll make a very awkward interview. I wanted you to see what my husband underlined almost every page. And I want you. To know, I want your audience to know that he is a very quiet person. Ex police man quiet to the point of threatening and face is very threatening. No, I know, I know, I know him of course. Eric. Yes. He read your book. And he got inspired. To do something because your book is saying Christians wake up and do something. So my quiet shy husband came to me with a piece of paper and he goes, Vicky, I wrote this for the tennessean. I know they're liberally biased and they won't publish it, but yeah. That's a creepy impression of your husband.
"vicky" Discussed on Devi Mahatmyam(Durga Saptashati)
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"vicky" Discussed on The Thought Card
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"vicky" Discussed on The Thought Card
"I love all of those just insights and all the things that you've learned and how it translates to being a better traveler so these are amazing and again i'll have the link in the show notes for you all. She could read the full article as well all right so i part of the show. We talked about life in the military and living abroad and being able to travel on the weekends and having seen so many different places in europe. But since then you have had quite a few lifestyle transitions. And i think this is where things get really interesting in a true passion of mine especially for someone who is still working nine to five so i just am so inspired by people who have decided to take the leap become location independence create their own businesses. Crafter live very inspiring. So let's talk about how you decided in wide. I quit your government job in twenty sixteen to start working for small insurance company. That would let you work remotely for half of the week. Yeah so i guess you know baby steps right. So when i got out of military i at that point still wanted to be connected somewhat with the military you know as the good part of my life i loved the structure of it so i worked few different government jobs like the. Va the veterans association. Stuff like that. But after europe. I was actually stationed in san antonio texas. He killed a little bit of my soul. Because after europe you know i was traveling all the time and then texas is one of those states takes forever just to drive out of and i felt very confined. Life happened than i ended up moving to colorado. And then i moved back to florida where i'm originally from throughout those moves ahead different government jobs then when i got to florida got to miami. I was home in florida in miami for the first time in almost eleven twelve years and so i started doing a lot of local travel. You know. I hadn't been here in so long. And i started doing the whole visiting. What's in my own backyard. And i loved it and i wanted to do it more and i was talking to a good friend of mine and she heard of a job opening through her mother-in-law actually that they were hiring somewhat fun in the small insurance company and they were offering some remote work. You know half the week. And i was like that would be awesome because that would give me a chance to travel more so. She talked to her mother-in-law. Her mother-in-law talked to her boss. Who is the owner of the company. Like said it's a very small company. And i went in and i interviewed and by two days later. They're like yeah. You got the job. I went from this very stable government job with great benefits. It wasn't very hard to do what i was doing. So i had this like dream job. And i was like nope. I'm willing to give that up. Because i.
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 106.1 FM WTKK
"Vicky. My question for you this week actually comes to us from a listener Angelina in, Durham says. We're looking to buy a home in about six months. How soon should we start the buying process and start looking for those homes? I would say that you would start about 3 to 4 months out looking for the home, keeping in mind that you're going to close in about 30 to 45 days after we go under contract. One of the things to keep in mind when purchasing a home is that when we pay our house payment at the first of the month, we're actually paying for the previous month. So, for example, if you were to close at the end of February, your first payment would not be due until April 1st. So that helps a lot of our buyers, especially those in the rental market. Where that they can close in that month in between. Still have their apartment or their home that they're renting, plus owning their homes so they can slowly moved during that 30 days where they're not making a payment makes that transition a little easier. It sure does. If somebody wanted to start the home buying process sooner they can. But it's just a matter of sellers might not be willing, especially in this climate to wait that long to actually sell your home and have the closing be pushed way out. That's exactly right. And I just have to remind them to keep their emotions in check, because if they find a home that they absolutely fall in love with, you know, six months out in this market, that's just not realistic. It's going to take some real special strings the pole to probably secure that home and lock it up for that long, huh? That's exactly right. Very good. Good to know. So if you're thinking about purchasing your home and you want to understand the next steps It's a great guy that you can receive from start to finish. And to take you through the home buying process. You can text the word savvy. That is s a V B Y to the phone number 21000. So once again to receive a downloadable home buying guide to your smartphone. Just text the word savvy. That is s a V D y to the phone number. 21,000 congratulations to Raleigh Name one of the top 10 cities in 2016. For young families, Professionals, tech startups, jobseekers recent grants. Well, you get the idea. This area is a special place in which to live..
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
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"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
"So i was trying moderation. Of course. I was struggling being. I felt like i was being a bit of a crappy pair hung over on those days by still couldn't tear away from my personality of being that fun time girl and i still wanted to to go and let my hair down on weekends so i carried that on and then after my second child was born she was tiny and she had a few feeding problems. Type source of other things that run alongside to being a new parent and six weeks after she was born. Even though i promise myself i was going to do better and to moderation. That sort of thing. I went out and got hugely drunk when she was six weeks. Old made a bit for full of myself to stand at my local bar. I mean i was home by ten thirty. I was any drama involved. It was the most undramatic evening of my life. I think they would not fingers blown off anyway. Special and yes. I woke up the next day. Full of fear anxiety guilt and shame again and i just i had absolutely had enough of it. It had gone on for years and i. Just oh my god. I know with this person anymore. I don't know who i am and don't want to be like this anymore. And i remember applauding out to my husband in the lounge and addressing gown realizing that. I couldn't stop this problem on my own. I didn't really realize that. I had a drink problem. And i think. I just thought of binge drinkers can't seem to stop. But i hadn't ever said to myself gave go pope without the hall. It took me a few weeks of therapy before he actually admitted to sitting on that spectrum somewhere because i think in my brain so wired in that way i just thought i will still be able to have a drink. I was still be after. Have a drink throughout my life. I couldn't imagine a future be on the bottle so there within lie the problem. I think you always exactly the same. I spent ten years trying to moderate. Because i couldn't imagine life without all colossal. We'll how dreary would be so. I kept thinking while. I'm a strong person. You know always achieve my objectives control this so those safe limits and loops okay. That's my daddy. My nightly quota to stretch it out through the week. And i would manage. Maybe two weeks three weeks just why not clear being caught miserable all the time obviously but they're not have a night drink till blackout and i just couldn't sustain it but rather than just stop doing that. You know for a decade really and and you know my self esteem was on the floor. Because i kept thinking i saw is a personality trait. No willpower. What's wrong with me. Why can't i drink like my husband just housing loss of wine and then goes on something else so in this really difficult mental space. When finally i go you like here. You know i'll call them do this any more. I'm done then. I found peace somehow so much easier to dish the stuff completely. Because it's an addictive drug after all you know you don't hear about people moderating cocaine or heroin so i certainly couldn't monterey alcohol but once side stopped i've found it much easier and of course i had to work how how how i did it. And that's why i wanted to skew. Vicky how do you manage to stop well that that day. I just decided that. I needed an outside source to intervene. Because i couldn't do my goodness..
"vicky" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"You're listening to a podcast from tribe sober yeah. We're big on listing our workshops. We say to people make to less. Make the wireless. Why are you doing this. You know someone like yourself obviously for your children in your future but also we say right the black list and that's exactly. The list says drowning in the bath blowing my finger off. Just write those things down then when you you can you think. Do i really want to be in my place again. Where do these mats things. So yeah i also read that listen. I was sober. When i wrote my list and it was pretty long and then i remember the next few days i kept thinking. Oh well strike that want l. bringing to mind awful traumas subtly seep into your head. The next day after heavy. Now i mean i to try and block them out by like going down to pop again. Probably not the best way to deal with things in those days. Hi vicki what are you drink. I'm talking about more recent years now before you made the change where you drinking daily or was it more of a binge drinking situation or what was your thing definitely definitely binge drinker. Yeah i i never been someone who would drink alone. Always a socially acceptable drinker. So you would never picked me out. The crowd perhaps and said i had a problem. Drinking was absorbed into my community. It was a diluted by everybody that i surrounded myself with so therefore you couldn't serve said i was an alcoholic because everybody around me is doing the same thing. It was a very culturally socially acceptable drinking habit. Which is what. I talk about a lot about this kind of gray area drinking where people can get a bit stuck because it is so normalized totally and i always say alcoholism mrs spectrum one end with got nondrinkers. The other end. We've got the homeless man in the park and people at you. we think. Well we're not homeless in the park with fine and we also think we even though it's getting worse over the is so talk normalization. I mean this mommy juice is is huge hair. In south africa wine is seen as a kind of essential parenting eight of these days. We'll sit like it's exactly the same. I think there's a. There's a period of time the isn't often discussed for moms. Which when you'll someone like me. Who was a party. go who then has a child. There's a huge transition Which i think where this actually stems from this mummy memes and this problem with with escaping with alcohol escaping the monday with alcohol is because for me. When i was younger i was independent. I could do. I wanted to do a new. Oil is wanted to have two but when it actually happened. The transition for me was very very hard. I went from being out. Will the time to being stuck at home with a crying baby on my own very isolated. I mean my husband was working all the time and he was there for me one hundred percent when he could be but those days going from you know being not go being that party go to being this person with rapson nappies and washington do and surfaces to what it just wasn't made to be honest and the only way i knew how to get out of that how to escape and how to myself from that boredom was to go out and get hugely drunk and i really do believe that that is where this stems from. It's from people not particularly doing motherhood as much as they thought they was and feeling like they need to escape it anthea so that culture that mummy wine coach over here in australia is rampant. And it's i was in that culture. So i i understand it that you feel like you need to release from from the day and.
"vicky" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"I went to a place called coping yang thailand. I was just a travel bomb to sing the world and uncle really drunk. It was the millennium night and somehow found a poll of red wine on the base which is very rare finding thailand. Because you just don't get red wine over there so i that was cause for celebration. Nothing on the whole book very quickly in was rolling around in the sand like chicken schnitzel anyway. The next thing. I knew i blind my finger off with a firework about four o'clock on the millennium night i remember looking down and just seeing my hand was discovered in blood and shouting out. I'll never play the piano again but never actually played the piano still. I was joking even in that moment of absolute horror. I still managed to get a good get off which was kind of that event just lead into my classic legendary story of my finger off in thailand on the millennium ni-. Welcome to the tribe. This is your weekly podcast from tribes sober whether you're already sober striving to be sober or just plain sober curious. You need a tribe. You need to try because it's so hard to do this alone. You need to try because you need support and that's where we come in here at tribes sober. We've got your back here at tribes sober. We have people at all stages of the journey all helping each other to stay on. Track on this podcast. We've got recovery stories to inspire you experts to inform you and plenty of advice on how to ditch the drink and change your life. So here's your host tribe leader janet goran d-. Hello hello and welcome to the tribe. Sober podcast my name. Is john garand. I'm the founder of trip. So by an i'm your host for this podcast here at tribe sober. We enable people to change their relationship with alcohol and then go on to thrive in that old coal free lives and over the last five years. We've helped hundreds of people to do just that we created tribes over. Because we believe it's really really hard to change your drinking alone so at tribes sober where all about community each week. We feature community boys just to give you a flavor of the awesomeness of all time. His lady from one. What's up groups having a foot of people who are so about trying to get so that really helps you to understand. The magnitude of situation indeed helps you to understand that you are not alone. It's not crazy that you're in the situation but most importantly it helps you to see that. It's not impossible to quit drinking because another people in also the tripe have kicked the habit and once you see that. They've kicked the habit for a period of time. You realize that you can do to end. You're motivated to do it. And i'm doing it. Southern food lines to join our community and get a bit of support just go to try sofi dot com and click on join tribe now this week..
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
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
"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
"Going to take with my two. There was only one office out of the ten had good systems in place. The one i'm currently at has horrible systems so like on one picking up the phones. I checked people out like there's this front desk is always saying like it's it's a disaster But i feel like it's taught me how to you know it alone if i could do this era like why don't unders- opened my own practice. That was kind of the philosophy. But there was one fact this where i work in manhattan and they had their systems like down path. I called dentist a nazi dentist. It was just like down pox on. It was just extremely organized. Would leave posted at the door. There was an exam. You communicate with whole office through this google chat system so like if i was checking out the front desk google chances thumb and when i first started he didn't like a emanuel which i've never been given root canals do this or how to sell night guards had a biking created all these vandals and i thought that was really cool because it gets people on the same page and my current socio chip you just ring you done walks in there are kind of just like loss so to speak so i think that's that's really good to have like systems in place wanting new team member joins on to kind of train them. I think it's really important so like on boarding protocol. Yeah yeah they had onboarding for calls was great because something super importantly you know what i mean. We really don't think about so much. Let's get an associate's ship so he can take the load or she to upload of us and and also what happens is Face for five years and i. I'm kind of like the lead associate. And we've had more Associates joyner on and on certain associates. Obviously treatment plant differently. I feel like i'm more on the conservative side aman. I ended up seeing other associates patients and like the other associated treatment. Pramod twenty fillings. Which i don't think are there and he puts me in a difficult situation. Because i'm like. I'm gonna tell this patient known don't have i don't think of any of these feelings but she's going to be like what are you talking about like. Do you guys not work opposing practice. So i think blake's yeah. So i think like just having like the boss having a topical associates in just i'm not saying a certain associated treatments Way but just unafraid. We want to be on the same page. I think is important. How how would you approach. Vicky how would you approach that in the sense if the bosses like it doesn't seem so ethical. He's she this person. Has this many things going on. And you're like i don't see it. How do you approach so suffering happens name multiple times and i'll be like what i'll say is a look at the x. Ray and let's say it's a very very small enter proxima. Lesion will have the patient look at it will be like there is something there but i personally don't think it's big enough to treat at this time and i'll be like you know. dungy's various objectives on. But if you wanna take my more reservoirs the dusty treatise and save this is not there. I don't see it like all all stay. I see it but it's it's more like i'm more conservative than i went and it at this time on typically the patient like i've never had a patient be like wrong. I wanna do this anyways. Where it's it's worked out. Fine doctor ever get mad at you for that so mind. Boss is never present. So i'm the one kind of running the show i would say but it's mostly so it's mostly the associates that i'm telling the associates work that i don't really agree with i. Don't tell them and they're okay with it like it's just a different philosophy you know so. There's no no there's no hard feelings or if the patient really wants i'll be like you know maybe should if it's a really aggressive treatment of maybe. You should see that you were seen before. Like i think. That's a better way to go about it rather than telling them like. I don't agree with any. The patient doesn't listen to the patient came in and saw another associate and then he's coming back again. They don't normally see the same associate throughout the whole treatment process or they normally see just like all contain. Do they try as they try as much as possible to leave you with the same associate but sometimes you know like they can only come in today. So in that scenario that's one a chill with a different associate Okay that's interesting to know and then more you said you. Are you took implant courses. So what were some of the were some of the best implant courses you could okay so the first one i took was worn in mexico with She's implants name is tatyana occurs all. I'm not sure if she's so running the But it was excellent. It really really liked it. It was four days in mexico and I think we placed around eight implants during the course of three days. And the reason. I like that is because it wasn't just like place bam bam bam. They had a cbc t The instructor actually showed with you. Know like really give you guidance. Because i've heard a lot of other sources where you just tug tugged implants. And they don't really explain anything to you and then go homing kind of like a little loss. But i didn't feel that way at all of this course. I also took Justin moody's course in parkway and i loved that core still amazing instructors like Wade pilling Just amazing course. Highly highly recommend debts do really really cool people one more took I took an. I guess a mexico and that was actually my least favorite so it was very expensive. Definitely not as much hands on training was very clinical by the material was berry outage like i just wasn't really a big fan so the other two i i liked it was outdated material than it was at the same time like. Oh my god i spent this much now. I spent this much. If you want to treat an implant Patient in their facility. The chargers were discounted but the charges were actually more than than they would be my own office so it realistically. I couldn't bring an innocent patient. They're just make sense Okay so now we reached the station of your startup right. And where are you with your start right now. So i think this week. They're installing the ducks work if i said that So they're doing that and Last week deploying so. I signed the lease a little after christmas during the construction as raider. Oh wow so. Within winter you scheduled to be open to the public. My hope is may i. I'm hoping it's like rooms in march march april when she got two more months. So you're like in the needy greedy of okay so bright male who'd you go with for your Who'd you go with your loan. Okay so really interesting I was applying for a loan. When was like august august-september. Bank of america was not giving out. Start up loans at the time because of covid And then i i reached out to las fargo and citizens and citizens do. Do you know citizens. Yes yeah okay. So are we talking to citizens. And i actually thought it was going to go out with ends up like working with him but During the loan process there was like a massive layoffs on citizens. And i never heard from my loan.
"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
Stay-At-Home Mom Starts Bamboo Baby Biz
"Thicky weinberg is a momma to based in the uk used to have a corporate job but suffered from post natal depression. After our first child was born she then retrained as a children's yoga teacher in cape local class during her second pregnancy picky had some issues with her hip and back then she couldn't teach anymore. It had to find someone to cover her classes but by the time the baby was born she was ready to do something anything even though she didn't know what one dave vicky was listening to pat plans smart passive income. Podcasts she heard a story about two guys selling products on amazon. The idea of living on the beach with laptop wasn't her kind of lifestyle but having the freedom to work whenever and wherever she wanted that was being an idea sparked to create a brand of high quality baby products that can be used reused and gifted to other families and so when our second baby was only six weeks. Old tiny chipmunk came to life as well. Vicki knew she wanted to create a range of bamboo baby products and use google's keyword tool to research. What would come first. She leaned on baby swallows and used ninety nine designs to find a logo design by. She went to alibaba dot com to search for a supply at the same time. She ordered samples of similar products from amazon to scope out. The existing market wants. Her product was ready. Vicky place the order spent time building her website making an amazon listing. She worked whenever she could which was mostly when the kids snapped and even though it took her about eight months to get to launch. She's glad she did. Tiny chipmunk has become vicki's main work. Bogus bring at least twenty five thousand dollars a year in profit. She doesn't have to work set hours because the business mostly runs itself in fact even though she had to homeschool her kids and cut back on her hours over the past year sales remained steady. Still there have been some challenges. at first. she had no idea what legal disclaimers and other information. She had to put on your packing so she went back to google and ninety nine designs to find a packaging designer but she never received a sample from her chosen supplier before placing the full order. This turned out to be a big mistake because the quality was poor. The cardboard was way too thin and kept ripping which led to products getting damaged luckily option by the time she restocked she could go back in time. Vicky also says she wouldn't have tried to do everything herself nor tried to be everywhere at the same time. Most of the marketing strategy she tried didn't work ended up costing her money and time a better approach would have been for her to focus on one sales channel for example one social media platform and build from there. Fortunately as her business has grown vicky has to nowadays. She doesn't just sell products online. She also coaches other people who want to sell products. She's happy to work on both projects. They feel good. They fit in with your family life. She chooses what she does. She does it for as well as where when. And how as a bonus she's also gained confidence and new connections going forward. The plan is to launch more of her own products while helping other people create and sell. There's no plans to do less one on one coaching. Instead move towards more group. Coaching and courses it all starts with baby steps.
"vicky" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast
"I think curtis lipton's someone that could have been bad for month. The best thing that i did was once i found when enough was just doing little baby steps to become more back to my old self and then my mind got used to be vicky was before crave it. Yeah oh i want making any sense. Yeah totally and i. It's remind me of this quote that i heard the other day instead of you've heard we've all heard the quote fake it before you make it but it does. Yes but don't fake it because you don't want to be something you're not but this was they it before you make it so have the date that you will make it and i was like oh i like that because that is more genuinely just believe an act as if it is going to happen right like when quotes is like what. If you couldn't what would you do if you couldn't fit what if you what would you do if you believed you couldn't fail. That's nice i do this thing. There's guy you've not padded. Talk to joe dispense. Uh-huh he talks a lot. He talks about how we live our future by past memories. You would have a goal and you've only what your memories to go forward with and it's really nice actually and i do it at the end of meditation on. I do it in the morning. I vision my day. Go in the best possible way rather than what the end i think. If you can start living your future in a thole that you want to happen rather than a record of the past it can really help you see things differently all feel differently and it creates new neuropathy in.
"vicky" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast
"Now. Okay guys. I am so excited to bring you another fantastic guest and today. I'm with the one and only vicky martin and i'm going to read a little bit of her bio and just i'm sure you guys know her because she is amazing everywhere but let me tell you some things you might not know about vicky. She actually became a tattooist first and that was nineteen years ago. She also specializes in areola. Which is what most people know her for. The vicki martin method areola three d. Areola pigmentation and she's traveled all around the world training people and speaking on stage as so she's a sought out speaker. Is she also has studied comedy. She's a standup comedian. Regan brilliant and hilarious. One of the things that i love about being around hers. I'm always in stitches and cracking up laughing. So super funny and just smart as a whip and just really quick and hilarious on that and also. She is a hypnotist and an nlp which is neuro linguistic programming practitioner so fascinating. I love all of that stuff. I think this is why. I'm always so drawn to her. And she had an event. An online event called unstoppable. And she's done so much amazing work in the world. I wanted to tell you on a personal note. When i was thinking about this. I just really love. How first of all fantastically talented obviously permanent makeup artist and also has this super spiritual side. Which is i think what draws people to are. I was just saying that she has this energy. This magnetic energy that people just feel seen around her like she just has that spirit to really to see you and see your worthiness and even though she is done so many things and has so many accreditations to her resume. You never feel like you are less than when you're around her right. You always feel inspired by her. She's also a super go-getter and very competitive. I've known her for a few years and go ahead and say go ahead and tell them what happened in..
The Tao of Bill Walton
"All right. So chris from your conversation with him and from watching him as a broadcaster over the years. How would you say bill. Walton has evolved from my selfish perspective. He's evolved to be more interesting. I remember watching those. Mba on nbc games with bill walton and marv albert as a kid. Bill was nothing compared to what he is now. Penetration jumpers in transition whereas the defensive resistant for minnesota walton. Was the guy in a suit and tie on nbc for several years. Kevin garnett is thirty six in the nba. Free throw attempts. That's not good enough now. He's the when there isn't a pandemic going on. He's showing up at basketball games in grateful dead shirts and he's embraced everything that he probably had to bury for a very long time. Congo line coming from our free gave receptionist vicky driving that train leading the haredi onto the court. This was so much fun. We've done to do a really good job all the time. But he wants to do his way and his way is to have fun key. Eight a birthday candle. That was let off of a cupcake. He just swallowed the flame home during broadcast. Take a bite out of it. While it's lit ostade about the face for a lot of viewers. They want the nuts and bolts of a pick and roll offense or how you trap bill. Walton doesn't offer much of that bill walton wants to find a correlation between a slam. Dunk and the majesty of the grand canyon. He wants to see a perfect rotation for an open corner. Three and somehow relate that to a grateful dead concert imagination. It's not work. It's taking an idea of building a now synchronicity. What did you learn how to ucla. Or is that prior to your though. I learned that at my i did and i think the most fascinating part of this whole thing to me is that there are subsets of the internet. That either eight bill love. Bill are want to know what he's on and what he's on his life.
Houston's Memorial Hermann adjusts visiting policy, allowing one adult to visit one patient per day
"Closed today for clean up an investigation. Memorial Hermann Health system changing its visitation policy. As of today, there are the rules one visitor age 18 or older to visit one patient per day. Visiting hours are 988 P. Pediatric patients can have two adult visitors per day and one adult visitor overnight day surgery patients could have someone stay on site until they're discharged. This revised policy applies to all Memorial Hermann facilities. Vicky
"vicky" Discussed on WGN Radio
"List of all Vicky. I'll get them during a commercial break for you. Hey, conventional wisdom was that if the Democrats somehow snuck away with the Senate after winning both Georgia seats that the markets would go down because markets love divided government markets love the idea of not big tax reform happening. Well, guess what. The markets rallied after the Senate one And pull Nulty joining us now are are the market just looking for? Are they like spin doctors right now They're looking to spend it anyway for good news and get that money up. I think so, You know, it's kind of that old story of heads. I win, tails you lose. And you know that in a lot of it, I think comes down to stimulus and zero interest rate policy, which we're gonna hear a lot about the next day or two because a lot of the Fed officials were gonna be out on the circuit talking about The economy and you know how do we handle inequality, etcetera. So we're gonna hear a lot of chatter from Fed officials the next couple days. Plus, there's talk of another stimulus package early and then in the Biden administration, and all of that money going out into the economy is going to find its way either do Wall Street or find its way into Main Street. We hope And boost the overall economic growth, which you know again should lift stock prices. Yeah, boy, Well, the capital was under siege. I was watching my e trade account and just amazed that somehow that that world event was not shaking anyone's confidence and the same thing Thursday and then I heard the report of the unemployment numbers from Rosanna on Friday, and I thought, well, that's going to do and it didn't do it. No And really, I think when they When you look at the season the capital it was, it's deemed by wall. She at least a short term event. It's not something that is going to make a big change. And when you look at the unemployment numbers, I think everybody's kind of anticipating. Yep, that's gonna be a problem for a little while, but just wait until the summer. Wait until the vaccine, you know, gets its way into everybody's arm and we're free to move about the country again. That's going to be, you know again, so we're playing on those hopes and hoping that there's no stumbles along the way, and we've already heard some of those stories from vaccines that you know they're not making it out as quickly as everybody thought. So if there are some risks in the market, and certainly when the market is going up as dramatically as it has over the last 3 to 4 months or so There is reason to wait to see it. Pause and yesterday was barely a day to pause. We gotta turn around Tuesday here in the market's up roughly a quarter of a percent. If we continue to see virus Earth, the vaccines be distributed. You mentioned they've slowed down a better here and there, there's lags. But if the market if the vaccines continue to roll out, and we do see increased travel and life get back to normal, God willing Here in 2021 is a lot of a baked in the O R. They going toe double down on the on this I think a lot of it is baked in. You know it. It's the old The old sod on Wall Street is by the rumor sell the news. And so the rumor is that you know this is all gonna happen. And if and when it does. I think you do have a big tin. Certainly, Valuations of the equity markets are up near the highs that we saw in 2000 and some parts of the market even higher. Still, and you have that speculated, speculative fever going on in places like Bitcoin or Tesler, some other stocks that have seen dramatic rises. And it does have some echoes toe to 2000. Little different in some regards, but certainly some of those things are there. Some of those elements are there. Tol least look at The next 3 to 5 years forward that maybe the returns are going to be as dramatic as we've seen over the last 3 to 5 years earnings week. We're starting to get some reports on forecasts for 2021. Any signs of warnings ahead. There are all speed ahead. They're not yet the early returns air pretty good on some of the companies that have reported. You know, Albertson's this morning came in with some very good numbers. Union Pacific yesterday came in with some good numbers. The banking side should seize him very good numbers. As we're seeing an increase in this'll spread between two year and 10 year Treasuries and that spread it the larger that gets the better It is for banking. Um so we're starting to see at least early on. The numbers are pretty good. The comments will will get more. I think, probably in the next week or two, and that's what we're going to be interested in this hearing. The commentary from CEO CFO is about Business and what they're seeing going forward. So not so much the numbers but water companies saying about their business outlook, employment, unemployment numbers are, of course, just one number to look at when you look at employment. The participation rate eyes, another factor that to consider in and how are we standing with that? I'm never good, and it's been one that's been sliding for quite some time and certainly fell off a cliff in March. We're back to levels that we last saw in the mid seventies assed far as people participating in the labor force in its one that is a concern because Those that are not participating in the labor force are you know with government subsidies? So somebody is paying those dollars for unemployment, etcetera, as opposed to having people gainfully employed, But the economy is also very different than it was. 40 years ago in the fact that it is very technology based, so we don't have as many people working on the line and I manufacturing firm. We have a lot more technology so we can get away with fewer workers. So it's It's something that is very long term. It's not something that we're gonna be able to turn around anytime soon. But it's a dynamic of Ah, very technology centric economy. Do you wear crocs? Paul? Multi, I hate to ask you such a personal question ever. I do not think that cracks. No, apparently a lot of people do. We were talking about it earlier that David had a record earnings, beating all their expectations, with everyone staying at home. I looked at their stock prices went from $10 in March. 2 70 bucks dollars yesterday If only we had known about crocs, Paul Well, that in Lulu Lemon. Oh, yeah, So along with Palestine and you know, so you can point to a lot of those companies that are the stay at home winners, and I think it's those that are the ones that probably should be sold here and look to what happens when we do get a little bit better economic opening of the economy hopefully Later this year. Sounds good. Paul, Multi senior VP a king's You Wealth management. Thanks for joining us, You bet your jelly shoot objects into the news. Next on the north Western medicine newsroom more time at home.
"vicky" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That simple receiving a $75 sponsored job credit on your first post and indeed dot com slash credit. Terms and conditions apply. Roadways are flowing freely across the board on your expressways and totally is we do have an issue on the C T a line it is delayed. The Red Line and purple lines are delayed due to earlier switching problems, but they do have the yellow line that is temporarily suspended due to that issue. I'm Vicky, Jacuzzi and W G M traffic. Central WGI, an associate of market desk this morning futures are up. Global stocks are mostly higher. Dow futures up about 90 points S and P and NASDAQ futures up about a quarter to a third each as well. Markets are higher in Frankfurt and Paris lower in London, mostly higher in Asia overnight, and that's business. John Williams. I think the White Sox should do a promotion where they have a bus and the bus is driving around Wrigley Field, and people are taking off the one jersey and getting right on the bus and the bus goes to the South side. I'd be on the bus, like in speed, where they open up the door and there I am going. Hey, come on in. How was that received? Well, they left the station s Oh, there's that weekday mornings at nine on 7 20. W G. M. Hey, I'm Andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous. But I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's. The idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience. I had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced, over designed.