35 Burst results for "Vicky How"

Judge rejects vaccine choice law in health care settings

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

Judge rejects vaccine choice law in health care settings

"A federal judge has rejected part of a state law allowing vaccine choice in healthcare settings. U.S. district court judge Donald malloy ruled that a person's choice to decline vaccinations does not outweigh public health and safety in a medical setting, Vicky bird of the Montana nurses association is calling it a win. Montana's first in the nation law was passed in 2021 as state lawmakers pushed back against measures meant to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Montana's law made it illegal for a person to be denied services goods or employment based on their vaccine status. The governor included an amendment accepting long-term care facilities which fall under a federal mandate. But the law was challenged by state medical organizations along with nurses, clinics, and patients, the plaintiff's successfully argued the law violates the Americans with disabilities act, threatening patients who are immunocompromised and the occupational health and safety act requiring employers to keep the workplace free from recognized hazards. Montana's attorney general Austin newson is studying his options, Newton's leading a group of 22 states that are challenging the COVID-19 vaccination requirement for healthcare workers in long-term care facilities. I'm Jennifer King

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"vicky how" Discussed on Switched On

Switched On

08:26 min | 2 months ago

"vicky how" Discussed on Switched On

"Is the big question. What the transitional committee will need to do is draw up probably what will end up being a very long report, which will then be up for discussion at cop 28 at the end of next year. So it's not yet clear from a historical perspective Indonesia accounted for a very small share of less than 1% of historical emissions. India is about the same as Japan. So we could see arguments that they would need to start contributing. I think that in the Indian government would argue strongly that would not be the case. It's funny in discussions of the climate negotiations, people often put China in India together as being the same, but actually if you look not just in the share of historical missions, but if you look at say GDP per CAPiTA, that's very different. There will also need to take into account that funding ability of these countries as well. And has there been a lot of conversation around what funding towards loss and damage would mean in regard to funds that are maybe not available for mitigation and kind of plugging the hole as opposed to finding the source of the leak. In the sham el Sheik implementation planet. One thing it does specify is that funds should be new and additional because developing countries are very keen that developed countries don't just take the funds that had previously been targeted at reducing emissions, so what we call mitigation or adapting to the effects of climate change so that they're due to be on top of these funds. So let's talk about how from one cop to the next and actually Vicky, how long have you been covering cops at BNF? Since I started so like the very beginning of 2010, so it was just after we'd had a Copenhagen. So since you have been covering cops and Copenhagen, this is actually provides a really great frame of reference in terms of time and actually activities. So if we rewind the clock, we can actually talk about the 100 billion dollar climate finance target that was set and actually that was one of the things that you had your eye on headed into cop 27 for your report card when you were looking at where we may or may not be making progress. So it would be really interesting to hear where we actually got to on that in particular in context around loss and damage and maybe what we might think about when we're trying to get this right because it's one thing to be funding certain activities at a cop and one thing I guess a little bit different to actually do it in the end. Yes, indeed, and that's the concerning thing because developed countries don't really have a great track record in terms of delivering on their climate finance commitments. So they made this commitment in Copenhagen to deliver on a $100 billion a year off climate finance by 2020. And we now know that they did not meet their commitments. They are delivered some $83 billion. We suspected as much in Glasgow last year. But unfortunately, the climate pact, there was fairly weak, so it urged developed countries to meet this target through 2025. And what was irksome about that was because the OECD had published scenarios as to when they thought developed countries could meet this target and they said 2023. So they gave two extra years and then additionally is that in the summer of shaking implementation plan, there is no deadline. So the urges them again to meet this, but unfortunately, if we're going to take this as evidence of whether or not they will deliver on the loss and damage funding, things don't look great. Now for a very short break, stay with us. Here for the best business insights, take on tomorrow, the new perspective series from PWC provides global business insights and cutting edge research from a network of global experts. 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Join west Monroe for their new podcast, this is digital. You'll hear from business leaders who are transforming their organizations to become stronger and more profitable. We need organizations that have a culture of risk-taking and failing fast. How do you make the case for change when you are already successful? The first thing that we needed to do was change our mindset. It's how we can cut costs, how we can grow revenue. How do you decide that magnitude of a digital project? If we didn't become a digitally led consumer brand, we would probably lose. This is digital has the insights you need to accelerate your success. So bring the digital mindset to your organization. Listen now to this is digital on your preferred podcast app. Okay, so another thing that we've alluded to and then let's discuss it. So cop 27 and the G 20, there's a little bit of overlap. And there were discussions at the G 20 that aligned very well with a lot of the dialog at cop 27. That's the just energy transition partnership. And are they referring to that as the G type or the GET P? A jet P, the JP was told by the U.S. government. Okay, so the jetpack, can you tell me what is the jet P? So the jet P is an example of what they call a country platform. So this is this new kind of approach or framework. Where one developing country will reach an agreement with various developed countries who agreed to provide a certain amount of funding, but also to support the developing country to design a strategy to decarbonize. And generally, they focused on the energy sector but sometimes additional sectors like the transport and hydrogens say. And these seem to be growing in popularity so far, it was announcements relating to Egypt and there was an announcement last year related to South Africa and they've made some progress on that in the last year. And there was also the Indonesian one that was announced this year. The jet P exactly. Okay. So you can expect these to happen every year. I would expect to see more of them happen. I think we would see more of them happen, especially if we actually see some of these strategies lead to funding being actually provided to handing it over and more importantly, the projects actually being done in real life. So far, it's all on paper, there's strategies being developed and strategies to develop strategies being developed. So hopefully soon we'll actually see some actual climate action. Now, with the volatility that we've seen with energy prices around the world, I assume that wears a great deal of talk regarding both energy poverty and energy security at this year's cop. How did it feature? It's funny really because there was discussions in various parties say statements of some of the various pressures that they have been facing whether it's the energy crisis and or food security crisis and the need to take account of these pressures. In the same way as in previous years, especially in Glasgow, they talked about the COVID-19 pandemic. So these were all noted in the Sharm el Sheik implementation plan. The cop doesn't tend to focus on bolstering and de security directly rather its focus is on decarbonizing. But these kind of pressures will always affect what kind of commitments parties are willing to make actually

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Danielle's Advice for Would-Be College Students and Their Parents

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Danielle's Advice for Would-Be College Students and Their Parents

"Hi, this is Vicky. Being that you are young, conservative and the university graduate. What advice do you have for young person of similar beliefs faced with the liberal progressive agenda that is found on our college and university campuses. How do you think parents can prepare their children for this experience? Thank you for calling in, Vicki. Wow, what a conundrum of our time. Vicky is asking what you should do if you are a student looking to go to college or even a parent, how do you decide where your child should go to college, considering the current state of political indoctrination and higher education? Well, I'm going to be very honest Vicki, if we were living in another time, I might have said, sure. Send your child to the best school they get into or a school that suits their major or what they want to do and so on. But in today's environment, I think a lot of parents who did that are having buyers remorse. Because so many parents have one child who goes to awoke school and graduates just fine, as strong as ever, but then they have another child who graduates from a woke school, a completely different person. Completely indoctrinated. And so they have regrets and wish they had never sent the second child there. And I will say that indoctrination happens because one, these schools are becoming worthless cesspools of leftism and Marxism and are imposing one party views on the students and two some young people just aren't strong enough to take it. For some, it changes you. For me, it made me so much more aware of how evil the left is and it had the opposite effect on me and radicalized me to be even more political and conservative.

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Georgia's shifting politics force GOP to look beyond Atlanta

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Georgia's shifting politics force GOP to look beyond Atlanta

"Republicans are changing their campaign strategy in Georgia Northern Georgia has become one of the most Republican areas in the country over the last three decades Stevens county commissioner Dennis bell says when he was a kid he could remember his family being Democrat When I got my teenage years most of them started swapping over to the Republican Party White county resident Vicky McMurray attended an event held by the Democrats in July in Clayton Georgia She says there are still some democratic strongholds in northern Georgia but she says it's hard to tell It's hard to see the difference I'm not going to lie I wish we could see it but we see the difference in what happens Northern Georgia is overwhelmingly white and those who study the electorate say that many white voters who were Democrat made a hard turn against Barack Obama the nation's first black president I'm Donna water

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Which Eric Will Win the Missouri Primary?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Which Eric Will Win the Missouri Primary?

"Tell me, David drucker, it's primary day. Is Eric Schmidt, who should win in Missouri is a head in Missouri, Eric brightens a disgraced and falling like a rock, is Eric Schmidt going to win. Well, I still keep my eye on Vicky hartzler, even though Trump gave her one of his signature on endorsements. I talked to a lot of people in Missouri over the past few days, Republicans. The only thing they have in common is they want somebody other than Eric brightens to win. And they all told me that data they're looking at reflects the public polling that we can see. And they thought the only thing that might have saved brightens would be a Trump endorsement. And I was checking with some people yesterday when we didn't know which Eric he was going to endorse, we didn't know it was just going to be the generic era. And they said, look, even if it's great as at this point, it will be really tough for him. That endorsement really needed to come in by Friday morning. So Schmidt would seem to be in the pole position here. But I'd keep my eye on hearts for it because you never know.

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Fugitive inmate captured after manhunt, ex-jail officer dead

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Fugitive inmate captured after manhunt, ex-jail officer dead

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Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt

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Sheriff: Ex-jail official, inmate she helped escape caught

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Sheriff: Ex-jail official, inmate she helped escape caught

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"vicky how" Discussed on Brighter Thinking Pod

Brighter Thinking Pod

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"vicky how" Discussed on Brighter Thinking Pod

"This has been really interesting conversation. As we've heard, it's a challenge both for schools and employers to engage students in the world of work, and to find opportunities for students to gain such invaluable experience. To round up, perhaps each of you could recommend an important practical step that schools can take to maximize opportunities for developing work experience both inside and outside the classroom. What's your top tip and takeaway for our listeners? Tom. Okay, I think the key is to listen to Vicki's feedback as well in my experience in school, engage with employers, but don't try and engage with hundreds of employers because it's then how you maintain those relationships. So look for 8 to ten good quality employers that you can trust that you can then get feedback from and also link to the previous response around making sure that your young people are presenting themselves in the best way. So when those employers give you opportunities, they then present themselves the employers and employees say, well, definitely they've taken time to research us. They've taken time to present themselves and they're getting something from it as well. So those would be my top tips. Excellent. Thanks, Tom. I'm Vicky, how about you? What's your key takeaway for our listeners? I guess for me, one of the most important things is to introduce stuff early. For teachers, you know, get those soft skills integrate into your schemes of learning, you know, you don't have to change anything, you just need to be able to feed back and point towards skills that they're learning so that students start to understand what these skills are, everything's about get it in there early. Let them understand the process. I can't do any simple in that. Just start early. Yeah. Excellent. Well, just a question there, sorry, Lucy. Yeah, go for it, Tom. From speaking to a friend that works in the careers advisory service and now focusing on looking at primary school pupils because quite often in families, their aspirations are often capped at a young age because they think that's what I'm going to do because that's what my family have done. And so not just getting in early, linking with the primary schools and when you're looking at transition and junior schools, what careers information have they had already and is there a kind of a pathway so you can build upon that and it might open up some of those schools to start embedding some career information at a younger age, which I think is important to open up opportunities. Excellent. Thank you. Really good advice and tips there from Tom and Vicky. We've heard about working in cafes, to farm work, to co ops, house, lots of the options for students can be daunting, the future is unclear, probably never more so than in the last couple of years. But how important it is to get that contact with the world of work, even at such a young age, how important that work related learning is that Vicky and Tom have told us about. And how things like mock interviews and CV writing, even if you're writing about a fictional character from Shakespeare can really help students think about how they present themselves and their communication skills, self management, teamwork. So hopefully everyone's taken something away from this podcast so thanks very much. That's all for our work experience episode and don't forget to tell your friends and colleagues about us and radar show on whatever platform you're listening on. Our show notes have lots of useful links that we've discussed throughout the show, follow us on Twitter at CUP education or use the hashtag writer thinking to respond. You can also email us at education marketing at Cambridge dot org..

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Olympics Live: Men's downhill rescheduled due to high winds

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

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

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Olympics Live: 2 Aussie curlers out of Games due to COVID

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"vicky how" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Yoga. Folks I'm talking to Victoria Jackson and she's trying to plug all these shows, frankly, I'm not interested. Vicky, how about you let me plug some stuff? For example, I'm making a movie called nutrimetics dot com. New traumatic dot com. If you want to watch the movie, go to nutrimetics dot com, use the code Eric, spend as much money as you want and no matter how much money you spend if you use the code Eric is 20% off every penny, which is an amazing thing. New traumatic dot com, you can get a melatonin. You can get, I believe Tully savalas has a cameo in it. It's an amazing film, new traumatic dot com. And then if you want to get my books, you go to my pillow dot com or my store dot com and use the code Eric. Anyway, those are the movies that I'm in. So what else is happening Vicki? Well, I'd like to plug a couple things Alvin, your producer, wrote a great article about indoctrination and it's at American thinker. And we're being in doctor. It's an American thinker. Alban, is that where it is? I thought it was American greatness or something. Oh, really. So Alvin sedar, SADR, who's my producer, and I know that because I can see him through the glass here. He's written a couple of pieces. And I post everything that I can on my social media. So if you're following me on Twitter or Facebook or gab or parlor or get her or whatever, you will see his stuff, you'll see John murak stuff, Larry Taunton has written a couple of great pieces. But I'm glad Vicky that you thought it was great because it really was. It's good to see another side of Alban. Who know who knew that he could be thoughtful? Why is he being indoctrinated and some of us know it and some of us don't we gotta tell the one his article said there's billboards that are out there would you explain it to him? But let me just I read the article. I read the article, in fact, if you really want to know I wrote the article, I don't know his name. I wrote a lot of stuff. Have you ever read faulkner? Let me just say I helped him. So do you have any final comments before we yes, I want to plug this movie that I'm in about January 6th. Listen, we had Nick searcy who made the film, we had him on this program yesterday. I watched the film two nights ago. It's called capital insurrection. Yes. And I really believe that everyone needs to see the film. It is really disturbing. Nick is under the misapprehension that some of the film is funny because he wanted it to be funny, but the serious material is so serious that I couldn't I couldn't enjoy the humor. It's so disturbing what is going on in this country. But I said to him, people like Mike Pence and Ted Cruz and everybody in that world needs to see this film because they need to understand this side of the story. Well, there's another January 6th movie with a different title. And I just let my mind, my friend, Chris burgard, made it. There's another film. Wait a minute. Because I saw you in capitol insurrection. You make a tiny appearance in that. Is that the one where I say, did I tell you, I have a claustrophobia? Yeah. Okay, then that's the one I'm talking about, but it has a different title. I'm here. I'm here to help you figure out what you're talking about. Alban, right under here, I want you to put Chris burghard movie so everyone can hear about it. If that's the wrong title, and it's very important for people to know what really the next time the next time you come on a program, when you plug a movie, it's always important. And this is just look, I'm an old hand, so take it from me. You need to have the title of the movie and how people can see it. So if you really want to be a plug or an effective plugger, I know you're new to the business and you're just a kid. I've been in the business a long time. I'm giving you some tips. If you want to, if you want to plug a film, you need the name of the film, always important. And also, when it's coming out, how people can see it. Unfortunately, for us, we're out of time, Vicky. We love you. Thank you for coming on the program. Well, capitol punishment..

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Is Victoria Jackson Living in a House Divided?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:15 min | 1 year ago

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

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Victoria Jackson Always Dreamed of Living on Top of a Mountain

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

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.

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David Bowie's Music Catalog Is Sold to Warner Chappell Music

AP News Radio

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"vicky how" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Disrupted for 12,000 customers. Now this is just New York. It's amazing what you know, A couple of people sit in somewhere planning this, you know did to us and can do to us again. Like you, said Bobby. You know? Yeah, I'm afraid I'm afraid. You know, we're more prepared now than we were then, of course, but still right. Uh, and constantly on everyone's mind. You know, something can happen again. And you can't put this those people. I mean around predictable, So right, right? Um, prepared. Yeah, I think I think. Well, let's see if you see something. Call someone. Or how do they say that, Bobby, you know that saying, you know if you see something different Yeah, well, I'm 1111 You see a bag land there and nobody around. Don't go Pick it up. Call 911. You see something? I mean, um You know it's hard, but okay, we don't want to get to a point where we start saying, Oh, that person with the hood and they said, But if you see objects if you see things if you see In automobile running and nobody in there. Pick up the phone. I mean, it could be. You know, it could be somebody lazy lifter, air conditioning and But you know what? That's why police and fire will come out and take a look at it. And say, You know, you're not going to get an award, you know, But you know, if you see something, say something, I think that's what it is. If you see a pet in the car with the windows rolled up, call 911. Definitely for that one. But yes, anything suspicious, like already said a car running Or if you're on the L U C a package on package, you know, Call the police, you know. Don't be a hero. Pick it up yourself. You don't know what's in there, sticking or whatever, you know, right? Um, remember those passengers on that plane? They did something, and they took it down that could have hit the White House. It could've hit something else. Yeah. All those were heroes and all the fire and police and the passengers on the airplane. They were the real heroes. I heard on the news the other day. The Air National Guard. They were going to ram the plane and, um They said that they were prepared to give their lights. You know, the international guard. I saw that and they had no missiles or anything. And in the one pilot was going to hit the front. The other one was going to hit the tail. Amazing. Yeah. We gotta call her Good morning. Who's on the phone? My name is Vicky. Hello, Vicky. How are you? Thank you for calling. What do you remember from this day 20 years ago. Well area. It's a little bit activists day, but not by very much and what I remember from the state is what a friend said. Put it better than I could. When this happened, and we thought we all knew nothing would ever be the same in this country after that event, um and like, one simple thing. That's a very Chicago thing. I had to do some work downtown. Amount in the suburbs and the train schedule wasn't convenient. I had to drive down and you're looking for free parking even back then that you're like me and you're working person and And, um, there were some places in the West loop You could park And you know, the whole street would be full of college park. You know, looking for the free parking, maybe for part of the day, maybe follow the day and the thing was Uh, I came back in my car was gone and I'm like somebody stole my car and all the other parts were still there on the street. And my car is like a cheap old thankful. I didn't understand. And I called 911. They're like, Oh, no, your car's been told. And what it was, Uh, never mind a handful of what that means in Chicago, But I knew where I was parked like my friend. And and my vehicle was under one of the underpasses. You know, the numerous underpasses all over the city that you don't even think about. And it went on 9 11 thing that you couldn't you know, that was seen as a terrorist threat. Like you were talking about it. You see the car on attended, running or something like that. And so they thought of it, As you know, if there's a Are there. You know, there could be a bomb in it like I'm trying to blow up the bridge or something. Wow, You know, it's just that those kind of little things how our life has been affected that we don't even think about anymore. Like Don't park under a bridge of any kind, Any kind of underpass? Whatever Don't park under there because you might get told people Thank you for sharing that with us. Thank you. I We're in there, You know, right? I wasn't aware that either you know that, Uh they did that and do that. Same time. Serious state. You know, Wolf. Thank you Have a blessed day. And, um, you know, thank you for calling in and be safe. Yes, everybody. Thank you. Thank you. Um, like we say, Bobby. Things have changed. Um, we'll just think about the traveling. Yeah, Hang on. We got another colour, and then we're going to talk about Uh, Homeland security and test say who's on the phone? Good morning, caller. It discussed the How are you guys? Good morning. How are you doing today? I'm doing well, I'm doing well, you know, just getting Beautiful day today. Kind of like Greek stolen after doesn't things going on, You know, watch for holding a big respect for remembering you left one of the most One thing's for the day. What do you remember? 20 years ago on this day? Oh, my goodness. You know what happened to be in race? And I was in my home. My dad watching TV, having accomplished with one of my cousins, so that was remember the details. And I'm sitting across a couple populations little small TV set. Seeing something go across the T V..

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"vicky how" Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

"Make somebody feel so well you you you wanna keep going on. I love this conversation about your network because a lot of times people are not conscious about their network meaning. They think it just happens. They wait for versus reaching out not asking again not not going. Hey vicki what do you got for me. it's hey vicky. how can i help you. But intern those other. People are reaching out to you. I remember my wife. And i were talking about my oldest son. He was always a cheerleader when he was in school. You know when he was young always he'd be the kid hussein. You can do this. You can do this for everyone else. And we wanted to make sure when we're moving into a know graduating into another school that that school had people around him. That could do that for him. Because sometimes we always or giving to others for sometimes. The givers don't like to receive an. I think that's something that i had to learn that the humility of being able to receive someone's generosity doesn't make you any worse It may not be comfortable for you. Okay but that then you're actually denying the other person their satisfaction in helping you. You know that that's that's a little selfish. Thank when you don't receive. Yeah that's true that that's exactly. I always kinda struggled in that area too. Because i think even as mothers we wanna do for everybody else and it's harder even to ask for help or to even receive compliments now but when you change your way of thinking everything just kinda changes. Well hope you enjoyed that episode with vicky. She shared a lot especially her honesty of now. What triggered her change in mentality of allowing herself to ask for help to be open to that help and how that actually allowed her to give more of herself to others. If you'd like to hear more from vicky just check out the previous episode where we talk about how she built her network and the power of having a solid network to be able to grow your business leverage that network and really accelerate your growth so again. Both of those episodes are really phenomenal. Glad you're here. I appreciate your attention as i say each week. Please make sure that you subscribe to the podcast on apple podcast or if you are an android user on spotify or anywhere where you listen to your podcast or if you wanna watch the episodes just go over to the youtube channel and Subscribe there as well. Please share it out others a lot of people who could use this type of information especially if you shared in these two episodes and also please make sure you rate. The podcast or comment podcast. It helps elevate the podcast out to others and more importantly. I want to hear your feedback. What you like. What topic you like me to talk about or find a guest to interview about that topic as always. I do appreciate your attention. I know there's a lot of places for you to get your information or spend your time in the fact that you spend it here with me and my guests that means the world to me as i say at the end of every episode. You're in charge. But now vicki gave you a few more tools to help you become more successful both professionally and personally. Thanks again and i look forward to seeing you on the next episode..

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Free Beacon Reports Women Will Have to Register for the Draft, No Public Debate

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 1 year ago

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

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"vicky how" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"That's fine but just play defensively and and you know still playable eighteen nineteen minutes game as a rookie in your plan against marcel. Beyond our gretzky the list goes on so you know what you really learn a lot. As time goes on and I had a great mentor. My roommate for five years a line me. A little. Bit of brian sutter. He was the meena stutter. A said people say. Don't take the game home with you. You took the game home with you and brian was that intense so again he just taught me and i remember going into philadelphia my first game a guy standing at the red light looking at and probably about thirty years old thirty one gray hair. Bryant stops in front of me both looking at license. Who's that guy he goes. Do not look at him and do not go near him. 'cause randy hope this is. This is a thing that you watch all never forget that first game in their whole at jap. Carlson are fighting. Okay jack was a tough one Across the brothers after and these guys are best spreads by the way from minnesota and they go up and go toe-to-toe for chest and it's just like okay this game a little different so It was just a great learning curve and hike. You'll penalties with pat hickey talking alive. He's the one that actually. I went to a straight stick because he had a straight stick and i never changed. My dad always said could occur. Your stick shoot butler and what. He kept to the doctor every other day of the game and when he gets keeps going on tv. I'd say hey don relaxed view stop so it. Twenty five goals your rookie year. Though right i think six team and storing suicide from being jacker clearly put the puck in the net. I you know the first year most of the trauma played with way. Babich your good pederson. Your was a big swede yet the landscapes. You could hear them all over the ice right. He always check my sticks ahead of curve. Stick you know we'd get two dozen in for the button you try to save him and he'd come in and look at margin and you'd take a couple but he is stated the every game. I feel so good a behind the slot. Never go into a corner. Bamford miss the boat played with your d in hartford. Never never feeding. I feel good at behind this kind of battery dougie. I mean you know you do work for the toronto maple leafs. But it's it's. I am trying to frame a question out of vicky how you would watch the maple leafs. Play acknowledged earlier in the podcast. You're big fan image. Minor obviously austin at his great talent level of this club but yet with that level of talent and the expectation and the thrill that you get watching these kids play the way they played comes a high level of disappointment when you look at the things that have gone well as hockey guy. Who's been there and done that. what's what's missing. What's missing from this group. It's talk like you guys.

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"vicky how" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Yeah i hope it is. I mean it's not like they're certain teams that you go if they're good then. It's great for the nfl. It's like the nba when the are good. It's great for the nba. If the jets were great be wonderful story. I could some point. They'll get it right like they have to will get it right yes. It's the same thing in chicago. Anytime just feels source of three yard out pattern. There's ten posts on my twitter. Feed like justin fields dialed in getting the reps. He's the the new quarterback in tennessee is the best. Now i'm getting people sending me all these stats on joey votto and bryce harper. Like i don't care. I just let mclovin pauley go at it. Because they were doing it during the commercial break and unlike save it. Save it for the air to save it for the air on you did. This is your fault for leaving. This on america thought over. Yeah i don't know if anybody cares it film like people care about bryce harper. He was a thing a while ago. It just doesn't seem like a thing anymore now. Maybe that's good for him where he can just be a baseball player. Not be a thing of brand club. Who were the things like techies. Yes shohei remember. When aaron judge was a thing he's he's not as much of a thing but he like he can be the giancarlo stanton contractors horrible. And he's so he doesn't do anything. There's nothing about it and like okay. Hit a couple of bombs but man when that contract when the yankees got him i went. You're gonna regret that you're going to regret that a big way. Yeah see how come everybody in. the moment knew. That was a bad contract that they'd did it anyway. I don't know but once you know. They took him off. Miami's hands and i went. Oh marlins are you guys are lucky lucky. You have to have a couple of those teams that they go. Yeah you know what three hundred million. Let's take a chance. Call the yankees. They'll buy them and let's try and unload call the yankees though by you got an overpriced house for sale. And you're like Call brian cashman. He'll buy it you know. How old is aaron. Judge authorized named vicky. How old do you think he is. I would guess like twenty six six. He's twenty nine years old. I i thought honestly twenty six his first year league. he was twenty four in two thousand seventeen. He had fifty two homers and t- to eighty four rookie of the year since then he has not hit over thirty homers in a season. He's this year he's having a nice season. Two eighty to twenty one homers. He's probably on pace for thirty seven homers..

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"vicky how" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on WDRC

"Springs, Arkansas. Hey, Vicky, how you doing? Very well. Thank you, Are you I cannot be better. How can I help you out today? Yes, sir. I adopted about. It's a little under two years old black lab. Very, very sweet boy. But when I drove him from from the shelter and already called them, they don't know anything about it. He goes ballistic in the car, barking jumping when he sees other cars. Now he wound up at the shelter, and then you adopted him from the shelf. The correct Yes, sir. And he was brought to the shelter by his previously a previous gardening czar Owners. Yes, sir. How do you think he was brought there? I don't know. In a car. I bet in a car I bank So in other words, the fact okay. Uh huh. Well, I'm just gonna say or he was in a yard behind a fence, and maybe he was near cars. And maybe he's left outside. Molly didn't place cars. I mean, I don't know what to do. Well, here's the reasoning, okay. The reason they chase cars is because they always win. The car always runs away. It's the same reason they bought it. Mailman and UPS drivers. They come to the door. They make a lot of noise. And then the dog barks and this person takes off. So what happens when a dog is in a car and he starts barking? The other cars go away. He assumes that he won and he did the right thing. And then what happens the person in the car with the dog because it's noisy starts saying, dog Shut up! Knock it off! You're driving me crazy! Be quiet, and what that does is it actually encourages the doctor bark more from his perspective, you're actually joining in on the barking. What you need to do is take the dog in the car to an area where you can sit in park and there's not a whole lot of traffic. You can take the dog out of the car for walk. Put him back in the car, so he sees other cars going by. And then you take them back out of the car. I don't want to see a whole lot of cars at one time. I don't want your car moving, just sitting in the car at a quiet area. Liking some cars go by giving a lot of encouragement at that point, Also finding one item. Whatever that toy maybe. I don't know. I, uh Or a rag. Whatever you want, find one item and the only time Vicky that item he seizes when he's in the car, so that will distract him a little bit as well. Now, the worst case scenario, the worst case scenario is Vicky calls me back in, Uh oh, six weeks and says, Warren, I love you, but it's not working. What is what are going to do at that point? Well, if you follow the advice I gave you it should work. This is not the first time I've done this. Okay. However, in the worst scenario, what I will do is I can send you one of those little tiny air horns I had made up. This way. When you're in the car with the dog, and he starts to bark, you can just tap. This is going to make a loud noise just real quickly get the idea that'll get his attention and then you can give a lot of praise when he quiets down. That's the last resort. The main thing right now is to again get him used to being in the car. My gut reaction says to me that when he sees other cars He was brought to the shelter in a car and therefore his association with other cars is a negative association and therefore is reacting that way. But don't yell at him. Don't overreact because if you do, you're actually reinforcing the problem. What you want to do right now, If you just want to make sure you build it up a little bit at a time. Start out by going to an area was not too many cars. Special toy in the car. What I'm also gonna do Vicki, though, is I'm going to send you one of those air horns. I don't want you to use it right now. But let me send you want so you have And how does that sound? Well, that sounds great. Thank you. Now, listen, I appreciate the fact that you rescued this talking. Listen, there's many things I can do. Don't give up. I will work with you. If you have to call me back every week. I will work with you to this problems resolve. In the meantime, an air horn on its way to you. The phone number here at the pet show 8777258255877725 82 55 a quick break and then we'll try to get back to Frank. So you want your dogs and cats to be healthy? And of course, I wanted to be healthy as well. That's why I developed the brand new foreign wine hugs and kisses, vitamin mineral supplement treats. And just to let you know when your name is on the label pretty much your reputation's on the line and my name and face is on every jar a new four and one vitamin mineral supplements for your dogs and cats. Listen to this. I've added a casa meaning, enjoying what does that mean? That means your dogs and cats will now have the strongest bones, the strongest hips and the most flexible joints possible. Hugs and kisses four and one has now both probiotics and probiotics. Your dogs and cats will have an incredibly healthy gut and the best digestion ever, and hugs and kisses. Foreign one has been boosted with vitamin C, zinc, folic acid as well as by a team. I've added on major 3 69 along with lesser things. Why is less it's an important we all love our dogs and cats. We don't like dog here will help prevent excessive shedding. Get rid of dry skin once and for all. Bare spots, gun itching, gone and hairballs just about a thing of the best hugs and kisses. Foreign One is also very rich in antioxidants. And listen to this a lot.

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"vicky how" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Mark Asian Games. Mark 8559406275 is the number and it's Friday before we get out of here. This is there could be like our new experimental time period. If you guys ever want to do something, if you have an idea, and we don't know if it's gonna work out, we should do it now like not now, now, But you know, in the very last segment of Friday's very last segment of the very last show of the week, Okay, What do you think? I think it's good because then everyone will forget about how bad it wind. I mean, come Monday morning. It's almost five half the people listening or drunk already, Right? What Never have two people on the show were drunk. So myself audiences probably over there anyway. Tell them my secrets here. So here's the deal. Well, we should We get the people on the phone first? Sure. All right, let's get Is Vicki there in Illinois? Let's find out. Vicky. Hey, Vicky, how are you? Pretty good. Oh, good. What part of Illinois are you in? Think again. Say that one more time. Take a key. Okay, Cookie. Guess so. Vicky's in Illinois. And Jim is in Cincinnati. That one I've heard of. Hi, Jim. How are you? I'm doing Well, How are you doing? Great, Jim. What partisan sanadi? Am I never mind. I don't. Uh, alright, Here's here's how this game works. Now. This is a confirmed. I don't even have a name for this game. But it was inspired by Joe Biden's press conference yesterday. The one where I don't know if you guys heard this. We played it way back at the beginning of today's show. It was these creepy moments from Joe Biden's press conference where he lied, did Any whispered into the microphone, and, uh, the press would ask him questions like Hey, what do you say to people who were hoping there'd be more relief in this new infrastructure package and he leaned in and he said this I got them. $1.9 trillion for you so far, yeah, really, really creepy And then they asked him about the environment. And what if there should be more stuff for the new Green deal, And he said this Here it is. I wrote the bill. On the environment, and just we thought they were like, Oh, my God. Hopefully he never does that again. He did it again when they talked about employers who cannot find employees because they don't pay them enough money. His advice to them was pay them more right. So we did a whole thing about how creepy it was. I had a great idea. What if every, what if Joe Biden was reading famous quotes? Would you be able to recognize the quote Because a lot of times You know you the way you deliver the quote Like, for example, you use the John F. Kennedy Ask not what your country can do for you. But what you can do for your country. Everyone knows is John F. Kennedy. But if it were Joe Biden, it takes on a much different, you know, Ask God what your country. Can do for you. About what you it takes on a much different tenor. Yeah, it may not be as recognizable threatening. So that's what we're gonna do. We're gonna have Joe Biden read famous quotes and Vicky and Jim, you're gonna have to tell us who who that famous quote is attributed to got it. All right. Got it. Also one more thing. I just thought of you're going to have to answer as Joe Biden as well. So great. I can say you can't say oh, John F. Kennedy. You have to go. John F. Kennedy. This game is going down real quick, already. Very funny. Alright, Vicky, We're gonna start with you, okay? Alright. Alright. Listen carefully, Vicky. Here's Joe Biden giving a famous quote. Tell us who is this quote was originally attributed to I've got friends in low places in Oh, my God, Friends in low places. Barry Berke. That is correct about.

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Victoria’s Secret Ditches Angels to Push Empowerment

Pop Fashion

01:56 min | 1 year ago

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

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"vicky how" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" 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..

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Texas Set to Allow People to Carry Handguns Without License

BBC World Service

01:38 min | 1 year ago

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.

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What A Victoria's Secret Spinoff Could Mean For L Brands

Pop Fashion

02:05 min | 1 year ago

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

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"vicky how" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Getting to know you time here on the savvy, real tour. Well, it's time to get to know Angie Cold a little bit better on today's show. And Angie, this'd be an interesting question. It's the most flattering comment you've ever received. You sound so great on the radio, and that was that was wonderful. Because I cannot tell you how many calls and voicemails I received in the very beginning. When we started this radio show you remember, I used to share this with you. People love to call in and correct few calls from people who like Tonto. Correct Hassan's certain things wrong or, you know, you know, I can't believe you said that. You know, every Everyone has an opinion, right? So shout out to those who enjoy the radio show and who do not call me with some negative feedback only like to hear the positives. But now, some of the feedback was just like a grammarian was calling in about something, you know That's fine. You know if you're passionate about grammar, and you're in English teacher and you know, guys, that's okay. That's all right. But it's It's the ones that you get that are a little off color that are the now Yeah. If you could just get nasty for no reason, and I'm like I don't even know you. But anyways, I'm in. But I would say most flattering comment ever received. I would say when I hear that I'm a great mom. That really means the world to me because of course I'm Passionate, You know about motherhood and my kiddos and you know, I give my whole itself to them. So for others, toc that it really warms my heart. So Yeah, I would say that's definitely the most flattering comment of receipt. That is absolutely very nice. Very flattering, No doubt about it. But, hey, all of those meaner calls that you got in the early days make the nicer ones now, much better. Just that much better, right? Right? Yeah, I'm not. I'm not holding any grudges. Don't worry for all of you that left me. You know some some nasty voicemails. That's okay. We've had lots of lots of conversations with people over the proper pronunciation of real tour or realtor or real letter or re elect or over the east. So my favorite is when I've gone more than one call from the same person. I'm like, Why are you listening? You could turn the station, right? Just that bigger fans. That's all in. Yeah, I guess they're just trying to. Yeah, I guess I just, you know, trying to love me so and we're just doing a show about real estate, a pretty relatively light hearted show. Imagine the folks who were doing political commentary in those kinds of things now, Thank goodness. I'm not trying to go down that rate, the kinds of calls and emails that they're getting So Yeah, I'm sure our stuff is pretty tame compared to that e. I think I think they realized that and he's not going away should do this for quite some time. So honestly, I mean, I don't think to myself I haven't received a call or a nasty gram and quite some time. So where you guys were moving in the right direction here? No. No calls to the radio station to remove and she just yet you're about to get bombarded. That's right. That's right. Funny stuff. There you go getting to know Angelica better on today's show back to the important real estate stuff. Going up. Next stay tuned. Buying a home is a daunting task. Don't miss out on key information that will help you along the way. It's the buying blitz with Vicky deeper fio of a coal real teeth. Vicky. How do you help buyers get into a home of their dreams during a time like we're in right now we're multiple offers are pretty commonplace so much competition out there. There's a lot of competition right now. And I say to my buyers, how much do you love the home? And how much are you willing to gamble? And with that gamble comes possibly going over list Price. And then the other piece of the gamble is the due diligence fee. How much money are you willing to put up to buy time off the market from that cellar? Get your home inspections done. Get your appraisal done and make sure you want to move forward to closing. I'm finding that with my offers, those high due diligence is will sometimes when the deal another interesting thing that's been happening lately has been a personal letter from the buyer to the cellar. And putting in that personal touch of, you know, I can see myself living here, telling them a little bit about your situation. Maybe you have Children that you're bringing into the home that you would love to see them play in the backyard and you love the school for them. So all of those things have been helping me when bids lightly. But I would say high due diligence and a personal letter from the buyer to the cellar has been the most helpful. Are you finding that buyers are willing to wait? For the perfect home in this environment or are more saying I we're just gonna have to settle if they may be. Can't compete with some of the higher offers that are out there. Are they settling for less than they were expecting? I hope not. My goal is to make sure that they don't settle and I keep reminding him of that, as their agents were trying to teach patients through the process. That's exactly right. I find myself being as much of a cheerleader as I do a real estate agent in this market. Just trying to keep their spirits up and keep encouraging them that there is something else out there and we'll find it. So if you're thinking about purchasing a 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 E v Y. See the phone number 21000.

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"vicky how" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Podcast. Mike, you were talking about one of your clients. Vicky. How did that story end? Well, so what we did is we sat down with her. Unfortunately for Vicky, you're working for the federal government. She had a nice little pension. And she was going to collect social Security. And we showed how we could just segregate a small portion. She didn't even need to have all over retirement money segregated just just a small piece of her retirement assets, right? Just take a little bit money that TSB and set it aside and create a stream of income that she would never have living by having that you know those proverbial three legged store my having your social security by having her pension by allocating into a very conservative allocation. She was able to have that income stream and she could see that it did not matter what happened to the stock market. Her day to day living expenses were never going to change. As a matter of fact, the only thing that would change on a day to day living expenses, it said. Every year should get about a 2% increase. While some of it was some of it would come from Social Security or some of it would come, Although we all know that, you know so security gives you raise where they give it. They take it away by charging more for Medicare. But she is a little bit of raised in the pension, which was nice, but we designed her. Income that every year would go up by about 3% so that we were keeping ahead of the normal inflation right now. People can argue. You know what happens if inflation gets to 20%? Okay, what what it could have should have in this situation. We know within inflation's been last 20 years. We wanted to make sure we were adjusting her income and by just earmarking the small dollar amount to make sure her income was consistent every month every year that allowed her to be more comfortable. Entering into retirement Now every day Saturday, should never has to worry about this, your money coming in. But it also had this to leave the rest of money in the stock market because she could then withstand the ups and downs and ups and downs. She didn't have to worry about taking money out for her income when the market dropped, cause I got news for you when you are worried about the market dropping and when the market drops, and you think you have to take out money for income, all you can see is the value of your count went down. And I'm gonna withdraw money. That's a recipe for disaster. Vicky didn't want it and you should not be placed in that position either. Give us a call in 866597 10 40. 866597 10 40 sit down with Ryan myself on her team. Let us give you that complementary retirement plan. We're gonna show you how to create the income streams that you will never outlive. We're gonna talk to you about a state plan. When you talked about long term care, we're gonna make sure you take in the least amount of risk necessary. Keeping those fees is lowest possible and taxes, taxes, taxes. Five years to get yourself and that tax free zone that's so important that you.

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"vicky how" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Podcast. Mike, you were talking about one of your clients. Vicky. How did that story end? Well, so what we did is we sat down with their unfortunately for Vicky, you know, working for the federal government. She had a nice little pension and she was going to collect Social security and we showed how we could just segregate a small portion. She didn't even need to have all over retirement money segregated just just a small piece of her retirement assets, right? Just take a little bit of money that TSB and set it aside and create a stream of income that she would never have lived in by having that you know those proverbial three legged stool, my having their social security by having her pension on by allocating into a very conservative allocation. She was able to have that income stream and she could see that it did not matter what happened to the stock market her day to day living expenses. We're never going to change is a matter of fact, the only thing that would change on their day to day living expenses is that every year should get about a 2% increase some of it well, some of it would come from Social Security or some of it would come from all that. We all know that, you know. So security gives you a raise when they get taken away by charging more for Medicare, But she was a little bit of raising the pension, which was nice, but we designed her. Income that every year would go up by about 3% so that we were keeping ahead of the normal inflation right now. People can argue. You know what happens if inflation gets to 20%? OK, so what? What it could have should have in this situation we know with inflation has been the last 20 years. We wanted to make sure we were adjusting her income and by just earmarking this small dollar amount to make sure her income was consistent every month every year. That allowed her to be more comfortable and turn into retirement. Now every day Saturday, should never has to worry about this from money coming in. But it also allowed this to leave the rest of money in the stock market because she could then withstand the ups and downs and ups and downs. She didn't have to worry about taking money out for her income when the market dropped, cause I got news for you. When you are worried about the market dropping and when the market drops, and you think you have to take out money for income. All you can see is the value of your count went down and I'm gonna withdraw money. That's a recipe for disaster. Vicky didn't want it. And you should not be placed in that position either. Give us a call it 866597 10 48 66597 10 40 sit down with Ryan myself on her team. Let us give you that complementary retirement plan. We're gonna show you how to create the income streams that you will never outlive. We're talking about estate plan. We're gonna talk about long term care. I'm gonna make sure you take him the least amount of risk necessary keeping those visas lowest possible and taxes, Taxes taxes five years to get yourself in.

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"vicky how" Discussed on The Innovative Leader

The Innovative Leader

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"vicky how" Discussed on The Innovative Leader

"Hey folks are you. Hope you're well We have missed you For the last couple of weeks. We've we've had some podcasts. It up at We've been out and We're we're back at it With forbath three weeks we've been we've been away so It's going to be back Leaders in so today we're and talk about Lateral thinking in the context of leadership. And so we're gonna. We're going to spend some time today to introduce you to the topic if you don't know what that is so we're we're talk a little bit about what it is In about why it's important and They won't talk a little bit about how you do it as well kristie. I've missed you. i have to say Always love our conversation so three weeks that we had been together has been a little rough. My brain is not as engaged isn't may normally be so look forward to engaging that a little bit today Anyway so let's talk about A little bit about lateral thinking Christy what is lateral vicky. How we don't. How do we get there. How we differentiated from many design thinking her or linear thinking. What tall suckled about that. Yeah so recently. I've been thinking about lateral thinking. Because i've thinking about the skill of discernment and in our four point -o world where leaders it needs to be more discerning where we have an increase in speed right that we've always had speed but it's increasing even more. How do you be discerning and make decisions as a leader. And then i was thinking about what are the components of that and then for whatever reason i'd run into some things on lateral thinking i do think it's interesting design. Thinking is another piece of that. That i think is not the same indifferent because design thinking we could probably do another episode on design thinking because a very important part of four point leadership thinking but lateral thinking to me. It seems to build on traditional logical thinking in.

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Daniel Martin Talks Tatcha and the Royal Wedding

Look Behind The Look

02:28 min | 1 year ago

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.

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‘Nomadland’ Wins Big at BAFTA Awards – Complete List of Winners

WBUR Programming

02:05 min | 1 year ago

‘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.

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"vicky how" Discussed on Serifacast

Serifacast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"vicky how" Discussed on Serifacast

"Sixty three. Deputy georgia's bill demarcus vicky. How mitch. Dan lima is fortunate as while full up his ordu kim. My skulls lean packed. I'm mean though some more winter see now has some bain impact on foil cold Moist today. To while odds as you obtain today tax dodge compassionate simone's the and moored fall trump shaved Up in june compared old dummy Out will employees seen wake academy busy shia at. The moment is strict combined Sexwale jackson Should be badly. The copenhagen amedure estimated bizarre a Nobody else miso beaten to make edge thing. All combined moi message manage Millennia granada sheena That follow him predate or mice key collisions Nominee egg comb. it's scares each number that shane. yes in komo not sheena. mo out. maker. but as you focus on boys faults. He bought elaine back Netting chapel all to predict mocatta Will ashraful be advisor she scheme. Paco bash the bait. Now i am is looking for ukiah bracket to get coochie chicago. Chicago nasa days middle quiz leakier mashed an anthropology e ella issue the service as a soyuz has is mice To he i eat mortgaging his dobra change. I thanked on public. Who majority negra. Is this episode. Which buttocks riera falah. Sad nasa cornerstone sobe breakthrough in asia. Interesting sat in on negritude educators psychological lunacy group has how is moods news bronx not they estimate castle. Ea kandal angel saw.

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"vicky how" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"vicky how" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann

"She's going to share that with us today. And even more. So in our efforts empowering women to do great things get their money to work for them. And i think that's very important so i wanna give a shout out to vicky vicky. How are you doing today. I am doing fantastic so glad to be here fall on a to have you as well. We love to have your presence because you have a message. That's really going to resonate with people and make a tremendous difference with them so we're going to get started right now. So vicki. Welcome to the wealth academy podcast community as honour to interview you and and also to introduce you to the listeners in my community and right now in about thirty countries and county so they all want to listen to your message is gonna be beautiful and you have a stella background i working. You've worked in that corporate space and to. What do you attribute this passion for empowering successful women today. Thank you paul again. I'm so honored to be here and to share with your audience and this impressive body of work that you're offering to the world so you of course you what i do. What do i attribute my passion for empowering successful women today. And i'll start by saying i i i can recall a moment. Opening an account statement and thinking man cannot be happening again. I felt like i was just throwing my money away. My retirement account contributions were maxed out. But i questioned. Was it really worth it. My balance somehow never seemed to reflect the stock market games that we hear about in the good times when there's a drop in the market. It's not yeah. Somehow that seems fully reflected really was just so discouraging. I mean let's face it. It's hard enough saving for retirement already. What with also trying to save for college in the handling families regular expenses. I couldn't afford to.

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"vicky how" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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03:11 min | 2 years ago

"vicky how" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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