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Finding Connection, Self-Love, And Thriving With Chronic Illness Ft. Nitika Chopra
"Hi everyone. this is tiffany. And you are listening to this. Episode of tiffany and the podcast. When if you are new to the podcast tiffany and you is a podcast chatting with friends. Who are using their voices and platforms to cultivate compassion. Change and creativity. Today i have with me. Nigga chopra who is founder of chronic kahn which is incredible community for the one hundred thirty plus million people who live with chronic illness in the us. High nigga. I tiffany thanks for having me. We ended up getting introduced through nate. Nichols he's a big fan of yours. And by the time you were thinking about launching your online community chronic khan and then we emerged on clubhouse and we've become much better friends since then. I always like starting with origin stories. What led you point of really thinking that cronica needed to be in the world. Well i just have to say. I'm so glad that clubhouse brought us closer together. Because i do feel like it was nice that there were all of these touch point in then being with you and clubhouse has been so special and the way i would start by origin story is that it started when i was probably ten years old and i was diagnosed with my first chronic illness. And so there's so many things. I could say about that journey and i know you and so many of your listeners have been on their own journeys but their bodies but that has definitely been my greatest teacher in my life and so when i got diagnosed with psoriasis at the age of ten i just saw my whole life through that lens. I had it in a very debilitating way. Sometimes people get psoriasis. It's maybe a small patch or in their scalp which is frustrating. For sure but for me i ended up having it covering ninety eight percent of my body and i couldn't really move without severe pain so it was everything. It was the way that i saw everything. It was the way people saw me. And then when i was nineteen i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Which just really impacted me in a whole new set of ways. It made it really hard for me to walk without severe pain because my joints were painful before it was my skin was painful and now my joints added to it. So as i'm sure you and so many of your listeners can relate. That was the lens that i saw everything through. I try to be positive. I have a really strong spiritual center and that really helped me through a lot of those challenges but it also shaped me to want to help people. Because i felt like there were not enough resources almost no resources when i was going through all of that that were there to really support be especially emotionally so i'm not a doctor. I'm not a practitioner. I'm a patient so pretend to try to heal people but just that emotional support of like yeah. You know. i've got somebody. That knows exactly what i'm feeling. I don't have to explain to this person. Why i can't walk the five blocks or i need to take a cab or i actually can't help with moving this box or whatever. I don't have to talk about it. It's just like no. I'm not going to do that. And you just move on. there's no heaviness there. So i never really had that growing up so i think that just has a lot to do with the story. Weiss started doing the work that i do thanks for sharing there's a term that was coined by someone in in the disability justice. Face a manguson cheeses the term access intimacy and. It's this idea that when you show up in a place you don't have to ask for permission. People just get it and it sounds like the community that you've created or what you were seeking was some level of that access intimacy was the turning point of really moving more toward advocacy and really wanting to create that community. There was definitely a turning point for me i. I started my career about eleven years ago. And you know at that point. No one was talking about chronic illness or disability or health. Really in the truest sense of the word. There was this health and wellness industry. That i sort of found myself being a part of but truthfully it never was very helpful or felt very supportive. It was just my only option at the time. And so i gravitated towards that i started an online magazine talked a lot about self love. I talked a lot about beauty as it relates to self love. I did that. Threw a lot of media opportunities that i had which was really great but there was a turning point and i would say after the twenty sixteen election. There was just a reckoning that was happening for so many people and myself included and it felt like i thought i was using my voice before i thought i was standing up for people that i wanted to stand up for and for what was right but there was something after that election that made me realize there was so much more that i could be saying and sharing and really it was a refinement process for so many people. If this is going to be this dark where are we going to find the truth. And the light in the midst of all of this and so i really had to go on that personal journey and i spent a couple of years actually in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen asking myself a lot of really hard questions realizing that i wasn't at all speaking up for the things that i i never talked about my house
Gina Carano claims she discovered she was fired from 'The Mandalorian' on social media
"Was canned last week from the show over a string of Social Media Post described as a foreign by Lucas FILM, The producer of the Disney Plus Series, and Khurana says she saw that statement for the first time when it was made public and in exchange with former New York Times columnist Barry Weiss. Chronos says she found out through social media like everyone. Else that she had been fired. She also revealed that earlier last year Lucas film Holder from the press store for season two of the man DeLorean after another post, seen by many as offensive to the transgender community, changed on Ork petition to rehire Khurana has over 40,000 signatures. Britney Spears, the hot
Biden's Justice Department to ask nearly all Trump-era U.S. attorneys to resign
"Plans to begin. The transition process for senate confirmed us attorneys as early as today as npr's ryan lucas reports. Two us attorneys conducting politically sensitive investigations are expected to remain in their current roles. One of the. us attorneys. Who is expected to stay on in his job is the us attorney for delaware. David weiss his office is conducting criminal investigation into president. Biden's son hunter. A senior justice department official tells. Npr that acting attorney general. Monty wilkinson called weiss on monday evening and asked him to hold in his current role. Thunder biden probe is one of two high profile politically sensitive investigations. The biden justice department inherited from the trump era. The other is special. Counsel john durham's investigation into the origins of the russia probe. Npr has learned that. Durham is expected to resign his post as us attorney for connecticut. What his appointment. As special counsel will remain in effect. Ryan lucas npr news washington. A team of
"weiss" Discussed on The Viall Files
"What's going on everybody. Welcome to another episode of the vowel files. I am your host. Nick joined by the whole team. We got chrissy. Amanda alley chrissy in studio. Mic'ed up from montana how you doing. I'm doing only guides so cold here. It's been snowing for three days. It's like minus eight and it's gonna be minus twenty this week. That's what you get Moving any who. We got a great episode for you. Lots to talk about with this episode of the bachelor. Jordon weiss is with us creator of doll face doll phase Streaming now on hulu You might know it from our friend. Esther provinciality who is with us yesterday in the ask. Nick is one of the stars of that show. And jordan is the creator of that show and also a huge batch of fan and has some wonderful takes on the show and it was a ton of funderburk down this episode with her so Hope you are looking forward to that. We got a great upset. Tomorrow with dr laura berman Who is An expert in all things dating relationships sex. We talk about a bunch of stuff how to make valentine's day great for yourself regardless of your relationship status sex toys One i mean. The biggest takeaway is Talking about how butterflies are red flags. Yeah that was really laxly ally knowledge with oprah. She did not draw with oprah. She saved it for our show so Check that out..
The Mystery Of Hudini
"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries from around the world strange and unexplained people places and events often forgotten by history or loss in the midst of time. I'm kit chrome today. Harry houdini to understand houdini magic. It's important to understand the man born eric. Weiss march twenty four th eighteen. Seventy four in budapest hungary. He moved with his family when he was four years. Old to new york. And eventually migrated appleton wisconsin in his youth. He was a natural athlete and had a fascination with magic and adopted the name. Houdini by adding an eye to the last name of his idol. French magician robert who din although there was a gimmick or special effect too many of his escapes. there were those at pressed him physically to the max one story a story mind. You is that of an underwater handcuff escape. Depending on who you talked to. He was in a box. A straightjacket or manacled hand and foot anyway. The story goes that he was in chicago in winter and had a hole cut in the frozen river that he stepped through not taking into factor that the river flowed under the ice easily escaped his manacles but was swept downriver. Above the shivering crowd eventually dispersed fearing that they had witnessed the drowning of the great magician under the ice. He moved from trapped air bubble bubble eventually finding his way out. There are dozens of versions of his story but whatever the case demonstrates his power of concentration. Above all harry. Houdini was a showman dangling from cranes. Skyscrapers upside down in a straitjacket. He would attrac- upwards of fifty thousand. Onlookers necks craned as they watched the dramatic escape. This would guarantee a pack theater that evening but he was always searching for a new effect. He's responsible for bringing the obscure thread the needle from india to the american stage. This is where he would placed dozens of needles in his mouth along with thread. Poss- drink a glass of water then amazingly extract needles threaded with enough threat to cross the stage later. He performed the same illusion with razor blades. Houdini was much more than a magician however he was a man with an insatiable curiosity and was fascinated with movies made several including one where he was to rescue the ever suffering female from iraq on the brink of niagara falls. She was harnessed to a safety line. Houdini would have none of the safety features offered and was nearly swept over the falls. He got out of the movie business because it didn't make money. He was also fascinated with airplanes and in nineteen ten. Was the first man to fly a plane in australia. Sailing for over three and a half miles. Houdini died at one twenty six. Pm tober thirty first. Nineteen twenty six. He was fifty two years old. He was a man who was driven. You might say by the slogan. The show must go on but also by his own physicality take a look at the old newspaper photos of him in various stages of escape remember. This is long before photoshop notice a developed biceps quadriceps and shoulders however by late forties he suffered from appendicitis attacks and on several occasions had to be helped off stage by age fifty despite more sophisticated special effects his performances required longer periods of recuperation is said that he was backstage reclining from a broken ankle from a previous show won a university student questioned. The magicians boasts of the stomach of oak remember. Houdini was fifty to the student. Delivered a series of blows stopped when. Houdini claimed he was not able to stand to prepare for the strikes. No one knows. If this cost the appendix to rupture hours of the event. Houdini went on to perform with a temperature of a hundred and four. Eventually he entered the hospital where he felt. Recovery was eminent but at the end he was heard to say. I'm tired of fighting. Harry had two loves in his. Life is wife bests and sell you steiner weiss. His mother when she died in nineteen thirteen. He visited select mediums in an attempt to make contact with her from the spirit. World appalled the frauds who claim to be able to make contact. He went on the warpath exposing psychics. Fortune tellers mediums and in the process and raging. The industry is most outspoken. Opponent was the blonde. Which of lime street strange seems her. Spirit guide walter in one thousand nine hundred thousand five said that. Houdini would be dead within a year but houdini had devised a code. That only best would know that if indeed there wasn't afterlife he would contact her using net code. The stories surround this aspect of his life and the code between he and his wife would take ten podcast to explain it to say that he did not connect with best using the code. Each halloween for at least four years after his death she would lie to candle. Hold a seance. She continued the sales which involved a candle said to have burned for ten years. It was a nineteen thirty six ten years after houdini. He's passing that. She handed off the candle. And say on tradition to walter. B gibson friend confidante ghostwriter for. Houdini gibson was also the original author of the shadow mysteries writing under the name maxwell grant late in his life. He passe on tradition to magician. Dorothy dietrich who now burns the candle. Every halloween while conducting a seance seems. Houdini is yet to
Boeing 737 Max returns to the skies in the US
"But airlines flew a Boeing 7 37 max with paying passengers. The plane's first commercial flight to the U. S. Since it was granted after two deadly crash 87 people were on the Miami to New York flight, including Daniel Weiss. Evan was killed by tenants were really nice pile. It was really nice. His wife's on the flight. You know, I didn't feel unsafe. It all to Max jets crashed in 2019 in Indonesia and Ethiopia. 346 people were killed. Changes have been made to the automated flight control system Planes crash and it's unfortunate but 20 months, Boeing's the Great American company. I like to think that that's enough time to figure things out. United Airlines planes to resume Max flights in February and Southwest Airlines expects to follow
Boeing Max returns to US skies with first passenger flight
"American Airlines flew a Boeing seven thirty seven Max with paying passengers the plane's first commercial flight in the U. S. since it was grounded after two deadly crashes eighty seven people were on the Miami to New York flight including Daniel Weiss with shelf white tents were really nice I was really nice with lights on the flight yeah you know I did feel unsafe at all to Max jets crashed in twenty nineteen in Indonesia and Ethiopia three hundred forty six people were killed changes have been made to the automated flight control system planes crash and it's unfortunate but twenty months following the great American company I like to think that's enough time to figure things out United Airlines plans to resume Max flights in February and Southwest Airlines expects to follow in March I'm a Donahue
GOP calls for special counsel grow amid new details of Hunter Biden dealings
"Republicans are calling for a special counsel investigation into hundred biden and his overseas business dealings. Other republicans are worried that the us attorney in delaware who is leading the investigation. David weiss might feel pressure from the soon to be president and fellow delaware resident. Joe biden congressman. Andy biggs telling the washington times today this quote if there was a shift in administrations do you think wife and his subordinate would risk advancement by taking down the president's son and brother and anyone else who may be implicated
"weiss" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"Good morning everyone out there in the sales success community. This is david weiss with a continuation of my head pick series and today. We are on paper process. So the reason why med pick exists. Verse medic is that there is an added. P for med pick because there is a distinct difference between a business process that decision process encompasses and a legal process. Where is the reason for. The the reason for that is lawyers. And god bless them. Do not care about the business. Wants they care about protecting the business again. Enterprise risk so just because you're buyer says. Hey we want this where we want. Now we to live media. This is amazing while the lawyers are like well that's nice but what about security. What about compliance. What about you know data. What about you know this. What about that. What about deputy in warranty and all the things that go into a legal contract and there could be a huge difference between when a deal where new deal will close when it actually closes and if anyone out there has ever committed to their boss boss boss. Whoever saying i'm getting this deal this month. Raise your hand out there. Virtually have you ever had it not come in when you said it would. I'm sure you have so have i. And that is why paper process important. It's because it allows you to actually commit and unless you know the paper process you cannot commit a deal you can't you don't know the details needed and you will likely be wrong so the purpose of a paper processes to understand all the legal components that go into it so those are things like today about inside or outside counsel. I'll tell you right. Now if they have outside counsel of the deal is gonna take longer to sign. I remember deal that i worked. That took over two months because outside council decided to write all thirty pages rewrite all of them to their verbiage just so they could build because they get paid by the hour so understand inside outside counsel understand how busy they are no when they when they've we've done deals like this in the past..
"weiss" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"On the daily sales tips. Podcast david weiss. Shared a nine part series focused on med pit. It was hugely popular. So i thought we bring it over here in one big batch. You can also find the entire series as well as more interviews and resources from david weiss at top one dot. Fm forward slash med pick. I'm also going to try and have a little bit of fun with our sponsors throughout. Let's do this. Here's david weiss. Hello everyone out there in the sales success community. This is david weiss. And i. I'm going to be doing a series on med pigs so look for d. Dd coming out as individual tips here in the future. So what is med pick. Med pig is not a sales process. Med pick is enterprise checklist. The thought around medpay you ask yourself do. I have a financial business case driven by metrics line to an economic buyer to understand company's decision process in decision criteria. Do understand the paper process legal process that they're going to go through have identified pain. I built champions in the competition. You ask yourself those questions on every deal. You rank yourselves. Red yellow green red. Don't know the information yellow. No some of the information but it has not been verified by the customer green. I know it all. It's been verified. Lockstep done your job is to get all of those letters to greene. When you do i see. People have a eighty to ninety percent close ratio. I see people have a ninety plus percent accuracy on their forecast. Personally i've seen teams that deploy med pick to acts their revenue. I've seen individuals two to three x or more their revenue i've seen people to ex their close ratios so mad pick. Why do it. It's super easy like literally you can look at a deal. ask yourself those questions and understand your gaps. It just works. It is the foundational element every deal. If you look at buying selling anything you can med pick it. I mean seriously. It is like just the building blocks of all deals all deals should have some sort of impact. Some deals need to be bought. My someone somebody has a decision process in buying something. They have a criteria. The looking for there is often some sort of paperwork involved. there is pain involved. There's often somebody that can influence somebody else as a champion. and there's always competition including of course status quo. So if you think about that. That is the foundation of deals. Doesn't matter what you're selling those apply so it applies.
Chicago-Area's 14th District Race Between Rep. Lauren Underwood and Jim Oberweis Remains Tight
"Chicago Gary Elections have been sorted out with one notable exception. The hotly contested 14 congressional race in the western suburbs at last Count. Republican challenger Jim Oberweis was clinging to a less than 900 vote lead over Democratic and come in Congress Woman, Lauren Underwood. A statement by Underwood spokeswoman says the race remains too close to call. The votes are still being counted. Spokeswoman Andrea Belknap says the Underwood camp was excited to see a record breaking turnout. Meanwhile, over why spokesman Travis taken, says the over wise camp is cautiously optimistic Challenger will win. But that over Weiss's not yet ready to make the call taken says we like that we're in the lead. Bernie Boy,
Democrat Lauren Underwood, Republican Jim Oberweis are closing their lllinois 14 Congress race in Chicago
"The latest tally in several key races in Chicago Land two congressional races. We've been keeping an eye on In the 14th congressional district. A real nail biter Republican Jim over Weiss's leading Democratic incumbent, Lauren Underwood, 50.4 to 49.6%. We have 83% of the precincts reporting in the sixth Congressional District Democratic incumbent Sean Cast in 52% Republican Jeannie Ives 46% with 47% of the vote in Graduated income tax amendments 74% of precincts around the state 54% No 46%. Yes, Opponents of the measure are saying it has lost. Cook County State's attorney Democratic incumbent, Kim Foxx, beaten Republican challenger Patrick O'Brien. Supreme Court Justice Thomas Kilbride appears to have lost his bid for retention, falling just short of the 60% of votes needed to keep his seat on the state's highest court.
Sales Tips From David Weiss
"Hello everyone out there in the sales success community this is. David Weiss coming at you with the second letter in Med pick in my med pick series in. That is the economic buyer. So couple things on economic buyer, you need to just test this person. So have you asked them when you've made decisions like this in the past who was involved? Are you going to be the person that's GONNA sign it? Are you able to create budget around this or how are we going to get this across the line? Do, they have a title of a typical economic buyer in in your space. So those are all things to kind of test it. My tip is start with the economic buyer. It is okay to get kicked down but when you get kicked down. Make a deal with your economic buyer. Hey, look I'm going to go gather lots of information I'm going to do my best to build a business case. Can? We. Agree. That if I feel like you're this would help your business and there'd be a business case for change. I can come back to you with my findings and we can work together on it. I see a lot of people when they get kicked out of the say. Okay. Thank you and then they go and say, Hey, this person said with you. And then they get silo. And they struggled to go back up. But. If you make that agreement. Then, you can go back up much easier the other tip and for folks that. And I'll give Jamal rhymer credit for this because he talked about unless summit of folks who don't know him or have an don't do these things make sure you leverage the heck out of your own executives. So when you want to get to an economic buyer if you are struggling so what I just mentioned is the the top down way here's the bottom. Up. Way If you're struggling, you're working with someone in business m you either get silo you hit a ceiling you can't go around them but you've gathered enough information that this really should help an organization make change go to one of your executives and ask for help from your CEO or CFO or whoever aligns to you think the economic buyer is at your customer. And prep the heck out of them helped him, write the letter, give them everything they need, and then let them do that for you. And then if your contact gets mad, you do simple thing as a I can't control my CEO. Can you know I mean I'm sorry. We were having a deal an internal deal debrief the CEO said, I WanNa do this and I can't tell my my Sione. Now maybe maybe it's not but people will understand that they can't tell their executives now. That's neither can you? So that's a that's one way to kind of get unstuck and or work with the most senior person organizations lever on executive some when you're stuck in the middle.
"weiss" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips
"Monday Wednesday and Friday for the next three weeks. Here's David. Morning everyone out there and sales success community. This is David Weiss and I am going to be doing a little mini series here on Med pick focused on tips to execute med pick better. So I one today first letter of Med pick metrics. So folks who don't know what metrics are. They are the levers, the business case numbers or improvements that we all claim that we can help organizations. So, that's you know, for instance, booking more meetings, filling positions, faster less downtime. Yada, Yada the percentages of around those are metrics. So here's my tip if you haven't listed out every metric that your business improves. Do that. Then find customer stories. With realistic improvements. So let's just take more meeting set and more opportunities booked. So say those were two metrics. I would then find to customers where we help them book ten percent more meetings and five percent more opportunities or thirty percent more opportunities are what present at whatever more opportunities. So that would be the first two steps then put together a list of questions you need to ask. To figure out those metrics and that could be a simple as, hey, what is your average number of meetings booked per week per person right now or what is your close ratio on your opportunities or you know how much revenue is a a normal person generate or Yada Yada? Yada. So you build all those questions. Now. I want you to go and build your financial impact template. So what that looks like current state left hand side here are all the metrics that you impact. In. The middle. Here are the average. Improvements that we get. Then current state client. What are their metrics today against? The questions that you're asking. then. Future State you look at the Delta, what is the gap? So now we are saying your current state, you have a five percent here ten percent here twenty percent here are strictly speaking our customers get a ten percent here twenty percent here fifty percent here improvement. The gap is five, ten, twenty percent on each of those metrics then you work on quantifying can we agree that I'm going to improve this by five percent? Yes. Would that mean your business if we if we can this many more meetings set this may more opportunity generate this much more revenue per person you do whatever your tr your solution tries to accomplish what it would mean if we pulled that lever that much. That's it. You put that together in a single document with some words around here's current state. Here's future state how we're GONNA get get you there in. Here's the financial impact statement on one page with a clear you know cost Roi. That's how you leverage the heck out of metrics. So they'll that that's my tip for the day and I'll become not your with economic buyer next suction for more about David Weiss, including link to his story titled the Year. I doubled my income that he contributed to the first.
Washington, DC - Invoking George Floyd, Va. prosecutor rebukes police over violent stop of Black driver
"A rare rebuke for the Leesburg Police Department concerning a routine traffic stop involving a black motorist Michael Weiss was pullover back in May when an officer claims you smell marijuana coming from the SUV. See the driver and the officer struggled during this stop wife was then punched in the face multiple times, while a second arriving officer pinned him to the ground. No drugs were found. But Weiss was charged with assaulting a cop and obstruction of justice assault charge was dropped first and then yesterday loud and counties prosecutor moved to drop the remaining charge. The Commonwealth's attorney, calling the case an opportunity to use to educate the departments and to ensure that would lead to George Floyd's death. Doesn't happen in loud and county now the Leesburg police chief says the use of force was appropriate. 11 22.
"weiss" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Pantheon is like the MTV podcast platforms. Okay. Well, this episode we're GONNA be talking to mark wiseguy Weiss world renowned photographer probably know who Mark Weiss says if you're into and roll And Rock photography he started out sneaking Cameron to kiss concerts getting all these probably about nineteen seventy seven and then after taking a lot of pictures where he snuck in a camera he went and did a cold call to circus magazine and got his first spread that was in the late seventies and throughout the whole eighties he took unbelievable photographers with the top rock and roll stars everyone from blondie to guns N. roses. You probably remember some of his photo on album covers which would be whether it be twists. The sisters stay hungry or Bon. Jovi's slippery. When wet he did tons of photos what Ozzy Osbourne Aerosmith Motley crue Metallica, you name it. So he has come out with a hardcover book would afford by Rob Hallford and afterwards by Eddie trunk the Radio Personality and. All his photography is there from the eighties in it's called the decade that rocked. It's one of the I would say one of the most beautiful. Enroll coffee table books I've seen and that's not just because I've known. For decades, but it really is quite an achievement. So he will be on the phone talking about it and you know for hardcover book, it's priced fairly well a fifty fifty dollars and three hundred, seventy, eight pages of beautiful photography and we'll talk to mark all about it. We'll talk about all these celebrities that he took photos of will. Of course, we'll talk about the book, but will also talk about the album covers that he created with photography. Album covers that became iconic whether you like the artist or not So anyway, we'll get mark on the phone and we'll be talking to him. Mark. It's Pat. How are you? I'm good. This is one of the most beautiful books Martin I've seen. You really knocked it out of the park with this one I've seen others that were good. You know but I'm talking about the design, not just your photography, the design, the size everything. A lot of times todd for. His head. paperbacks and it just doesn't work as well. You know what I mean I like the Nice table, the coffee table books because that's all photography should have man something where it's a provocation piece. But you know. More about that. I actually, I actually never had cable so I bought one. Off. And I. Have all my books on it, I. Having coffee table and I got this heavy metal looking coffee table. So you've come out with this beautiful coffee table book hardcover book called the decade that rocked covering for photography through the eighties. I want to ask you why now? Why? Why Not Twenty years ago? Why did you decide to release a now? Releasing it it's it's when I produced it like twenty years ago. I didn't have it in me to do it like I didn't like that point if it was kind of like dire straits, you know I was working with pop band at the time..
"weiss" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips
"Morning sales success community. . This is a David Weiss coming at you with a tip of the day. . This one is going to be a part of a series around three tips that I have for folks in sales leadership. . So this is tip number one tip number one is. . Your people. . Don't work for you. . You. . Work, , for your people I see a lot of sales, , especially new sales leaders, , puff their chest out and think that they're the big boss and I often see this when new leaders join an organization or or people take over a new team and they take a very, , you know I need to establish myself at the top of the food chain. . I need to be right I need to tell people what to do, , and that is a very old school way of leadership. . So an frankly <unk> I don't see at work anymore at all. . I see disrupting teams causing high turnover and making people generally miserable. . So I I could spend a long time unpacking that. . Impact unpack the tip. . Here's the tip. . It is crater relationship where it is you. . In your teammate. . Against their quota so One on once we're not doing you know accountability one on once it's strategy. . Let's look at an account. . What are you doing? ? How are you getting deepen wide? ? How can I help? ? You get deepen wide how I take some executive context as the executive degrade executive alignment. . How about you take these contacts? ? Let's you and I agree on messaging will let's share it. . Let's work together on it, , and then you know let's go both execute and then come back next week in and see how he'd. . It's Hey, , what are your priorities this week? ? What do you need for me? ? How can I help you? ? What internal roadblocks are refacing? ? What external roadblocks are facing? ? It is all about looking at them. . And asking them how you can best serve them and what type of leadership they need from you. . So the more you can work with your teammate. . And Make It collaborative you in them together. . As a single person against a goal as opposed to two people. . Each working for their own end goals you for your leadership priorities in them for their sales priorities if you guys can come together. . The results that you'll see will be dramatically better.
Sales Leadership Tips With David Weiss
"Morning sales success community. This is a David Weiss coming at you with a tip of the day. This one is going to be a part of a series around three tips that I have for folks in sales leadership. So this is tip number one tip number one is. Your people. Don't work for you. You. Work, for your people I see a lot of sales, especially new sales leaders, puff their chest out and think that they're the big boss and I often see this when new leaders join an organization or or people take over a new team and they take a very, you know I need to establish myself at the top of the food chain. I need to be right I need to tell people what to do, and that is a very old school way of leadership. So an frankly I don't see at work anymore at all. I see disrupting teams causing high turnover and making people generally miserable. So I I could spend a long time unpacking that. Impact unpack the tip. Here's the tip. It is crater relationship where it is you. In your teammate. Against their quota so One on once we're not doing you know accountability one on once it's strategy. Let's look at an account. What are you doing? How are you getting deepen wide? How can I help? You get deepen wide how I take some executive context as the executive degrade executive alignment. How about you take these contacts? Let's you and I agree on messaging will let's share it. Let's work together on it, and then you know let's go both execute and then come back next week in and see how he'd. It's Hey, what are your priorities this week? What do you need for me? How can I help you? What internal roadblocks are refacing? What external roadblocks are facing? It is all about looking at them. And asking them how you can best serve them and what type of leadership they need from you. So the more you can work with your teammate. And Make It collaborative you in them together. As a single person against a goal as opposed to two people. Each working for their own end goals you for your leadership priorities in them for their sales priorities if you guys can come together. The results that you'll see will be dramatically better.
How to work with your SDRs
"Morning everyone out there in the sales success community this is a David Weiss coming at you with a tip of the day. So this tip is about working with in how you treat your SDR. So for all your as out there. That are lucky enough to have. SDR's I have a handful that support me. I'll tell you right now. It's probably the hardest job in sales right now is booking new meanings. So I see a lot of folks and by the way outreach does a really really good job of this. But I do see and I do hear from other organizations that a don't necessarily respect the. That they may be talked down to them that they may be not in lean into them that they maybe don't spend lots of time with them and what I'll tell you is. It's just a it's huge miss since I've been at outreach, I would say my Sdr even though I am doing a healthy amount of prospecting are setting the vast majority of my meetings and I am having a little bit more luck with my str's than maybe some others and the reason for that is I really really take time to strategize with them I see in SDR. Relationship is it's me and them against an account and we are a team working together. So that means we pick target accounts together. That means we pick the contact strategy together. I contacts they find contacts we agree on who we agree on messaging we agree on when we assign each other tasks. So when I wanNA call task done on a suite person at I've followed up a few times, they'll reach out and call them while I'm GonNa meet it if they need my help coming over the top of an email that they sent or as a follow up almost like kind of in. A little bit of an executive sponsor type play from call that they made or conversation they had they assign Mia task and I come over the top on them. Now, all of these things are really done using are really easy to do using a a solution like outreach but if you don't have it, it just requires communication. So that's one thing. The other thing is you need to celebrate the hell out of them. For me. Anytime SDR books are meeting for me. I treated as if I just closed a big deal, literally the the announcement, the jumping up and down the high fives the thank yous depreciation, all of that every time they boca meeting for me. So when they book a meeting for me, I send to my boss I, sent a note to their boss I joined a teen, their team meeting in recognize those people and I'm recognizing quite a few people often. So I do those things and then guess what they want to work harder for me because I recognize them and I work with them and I truly do care about them potentially more than some others do and. SDR's are going to spend time where they loved just like we spend time where we got love I mean it's totally natural. The last thing is if you have the ability to run contest the ability to Gamma Phi or make their job fun, they have the hardest job in sales right now, if you have a way to help them, you know they make it fun. Do those things as just a pure ratio number for you what I've seen in the marketplace and from personal experience is that it's taking essentially two hundred calls to set one meeting. So just think about that every time SDR set a meeting for you. They made two hundred phone calls thinking about all the work impressed in rejection that went into that. That's what they're doing for you while you're doing other. Thanks. So folks appreciate the hell out of them. They deserve it. They're awesome. In, you will get more for it in you will have better relationships with them for a and we all win them.
Mighty Ducks Star Shaun Weiss Celebrates 265 Days of Sobriety with New Teeth
"Be glad to know That Sean Sean Weiss. Weiss. Weiss. It It It is. is. is. Sober Sober Sober now now now for for for 265 265 265 days, days, and and he he got got new new teeth. teeth. New teeth, too. I shall have you been sober for 265 days, So I have no okay. Sober for a couple of days. Ah, Weiss, Of course with the he was that after who was in the mighty Ducks, kid? A zoo kid, and then he ended up like living under a bridge somewhere. He has long battled substance abuse issues, causing his Pete to become infected. S O. After the story went viral. Over the summer, a dentist in Los Angeles offered to replace his About teeth. Free of charge and, Ah, gift That's a gift that was like 100,000 bucks for the work. His teeth were so bad. Following his arrest earlier this year. Why center to substance abuse program He has maintained his so Brianti for nine months, according to Go Fund Me page started by his friend Drew Gallagher. He played Goldberg in the Mighty Ducks.
Did Paintings Portray Food More Realistically Than Instagram?
"The first ever see X. Thirty go to Mazda USA dot com slash Iheart, and don't forget to explore their strongest options. Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Pay Brain Stuff Lauren Vauban here. With through your instagram feed and what do you find and juicy burgers who's in with cheese massive steak slathered with Butter Deep Fried Candy Bars Atop Mountains of ice cream and is that gold leaf powering bloody Marys crown with Bacon and corn dogs and pizza and enough already who actually eats all this even during a global pandemic, these posts haven't gone away. They've just been supplemented with. Banana bread. Is Our obsession with hashtag crave worthy hashtag food porn Hashtag moms ever going to end. Well if history's any guide and it is not anytime soon. A study out of the Cornell Food and brand lab from two thousand sixteen found that at least since the sixteenth century. C, e Western painters have depicted food, love juries rare and indulgent than what people have the time actually from day to day. In a press release Co author Andrew Weiss Local said our love affair with visually appealing decadent or status foods is nothing new. It was already well established five hundred years ago. Narrowed down from an initial group of seven hundred and fifty paintings. The researchers focused on one hundred and forty western European and American paintings that depicted small family meals. The paintings span five hundred years and depicted a grand total of one hundred four different types of food. Focusing on a time of change in European and American cuisines allowed scientists to look at a context in which medieval dishes and cooking styles persisted but innovative techniques and newly traded ingredients from around the globe were becoming more well known as the drive for colonization introduced Europeans everything from cinnamon to tomatoes. To analyze the changes over the years, the researchers grouped paintings into three categories according to year of creation, the era of European exploration and colonization. That is fifteen hundred to sixteen, Fifty, the of enlightenment, sixteen, Fifty, one to eighteen fifty and the industrial slash post industrial era eighteen, fifty, one to two thousand. The researchers focused their examination because most paintings of feasts or banquets are perhaps obviously hard to square with what's historically known about how people really eight from day to day. Not, that wildly lavish banquets didn't happen by the fifteen hundreds decorating food with the aforementioned gold leaf was so passionate Italy the authorities in Padua suggested that in order to preserve the supply of cold, no more than two courses of any given feast should be gilded. But that wasn't a daily thing for most people. And just as nobody today is getting instagram famous with pictures of their microwave dinners or plates box pasta painters of your also avoided the humdrum of Hammer Porridge in fact, the most frequently eaten foods which included chicken eggs, cheese milk, and squash, or the most infrequently painted. And here are some other interesting takeaways from the study. Italian paintings depicted sausages at more than twice the rate of other countries. More than half of the paintings from the Netherlands contained lemons, which is a decidedly non-indigenous fruit imported from the tropics and shellfish were most commonly painted in countries with the smallest coastlines but its frequency of appearance dropped over time as shellfish became more prevalent in those
Is Space Junk Cluttering Up The Final Frontier
"We are tackling a question from listener. Rachel. Weiss space-junk this growing population of manmade objects cluttering up Earth orbit so Does that happen? Okay I. Let's consider what satellites are made out of metal plastic glass powered by batteries or solar panels, and when they're placed in specific orbital highways, they stay there moving. So quickly that they don't fall towards the earth kind of like, you know if you had to put a boat in a body of water, you want to avoid fighting the current kind of thing that's more. But jaw who we met earlier, he says that from sputnik onwards, our satellites have been creating debris shedding spent rocket bodies pieces becoming glued satellites have been known to explode when unspent fuel is on board, and of course, they can cross flightpaths and collide with one another and whenever satellite shed pieces they. Tend to not should one but many many pieces, hundreds of thousands of pieces depending on the type of collision. These collisions rarely destroy the satellites, but they can alter their operation and send pieces jettisoning off into space affected not only by gravity, but other physical forces. So we're pressure thermal radiation charged particle, environment interactions with you know magnetic fields, and all of this makes it very difficult to predict what space junk will do next the little that falls back to Earth, which is one object that day on average burns up or falls into the ocean. So space junk is probably not going to land on your head. Have you calculated that probability because you're GONNA ask me this question I haven't. But there's a scientist mark. Matinee, at NASA orbital debris program who has it's one in several trillion honestly I still like it but okay Mattie the people you should worry about more astronauts right? The International Space Station actually has a tracker to monitor for collision risk and they will maneuver out of the way when the risk is too great. Wow. But I feel like if there was a major collision, I would hurt about it, right? Yeah. There hasn't been a major collision you know the US military NASA and other agencies and groups around the world they tracked debris and Warren of potential collisions but there's been a few scares in recent decades. So in two thousand, fifteen, for example, the crew. On. The International Space Station had to hide in their Sawyer's capsules. Basically, the stations lifeboat when debris from an old Russian weather satellite came dangerously close. I don't like that no spacecraft and satellites will routinely maneuver out of harm's way but only if they have ample warning so the whole spacefaring community was pretty rattled when in two, thousand, seven, the Chinese military destroyed one of their own weather satellites they were testing out anti-satellite. Technology. Brian Weeden, remembers tracking this big explosion for the US air. Force. I personally was sort of shocked. It was of like wow Brian was part of a squadron that counted the resulting debris and in the end ended up cataloging more than three thousand objects. So that one. Got turned into three thousand things and that's just the things we can track wasn't space junk a big part of the movie gravity you are remembering cracks lake. From the missile strike has caused a chain reaction hitting other satellites in creating desgris two thousand eighteen Hollywood movie begins with a chatty George Clooney and Sandra bullock servicing the Hubble space telescope gays, and contentedly back at Earth. When this huge cloud of debris from missile strike grips through communications blackout it's a bad situation happen North America's laws individual. Dramatic portrayal definitely raise the profile of space junk. Even if the portrayal wasn't very accurate I, think navy on the whole it has been a good thing for for the issue. Even, if I might grumble a little bit scientists love to grumble. That's Brian Weeden again he's now the director of program planning for the Secure World Foundation thinks a lot about sustainability in space, and he says that opening scene gravity doesn't capture the true problem over the breath catches him was portrayed as sort of a nuclear chain reaction. Right there's one event that sets off this series of things that will happen very fast. The reality is sort of the opposite where it's it's like climate change. The problem with space junk is it's a long relatively slow accumulation over decades with a big negative impact down the road. Got It. Yeah. So Brian says. The risk of space junk involves convincing people, launching satellites, governments, and companies to change their behavior. Now mindful of the future and maybe have a little inconvenience or a little more cost now to forestall bad things in the future, and that's a really difficult argument to make because we humans just aren't engineered to kind of think like that preach especially when nothing truly catastrophic has happened yet but space junk is already proving to be problematic in the short term, it's translating into real world costs a satellite. Field alerts about potential collisions. Do Do I change my satellites orbit because that costs fuel and that will shorten the lifetime your satellite, which isn't good for the commercials base economy, which is Kinda booming right now. Yeah. We did that episode all about how SPACEX IS GONNA put a bunch of satellites up there. Right you know in the long term space junk has the potential to not only collide with manned spacecraft like the International Space Station, but threatens satellites at all levels of orbit like those used for imaging and whether data collection, which then could mean our climate models are less accurate or we don't have a good way to track the mirrors and that could have negative
Republicans sought to strike a hopeful tone on Day 2 of their convention
"National Convention tonight. Meantime, delegates are expected to hear Vice President Mike Pence formally accept their domination for reelection. And in the Illinois delegation. One high profile Republicans says he's working hard to unseat freshman Democrat Lauren Underwood. Regardless of what convention viewers might see. Republican hopeful in state Senator Jim over, Weiss hasn't seen or been seen on the GOP convention broadcast. The other candidates and Catalina Louth. Ah, woman he defeated in the primary have was over. Weiss invited to appear. He clearly didn't want to say We're focusing 100% on that, but we have to do to get this congressional seat back. I believe that's the thing that I can do that will most help our country. But he says he learned something while out campaigning. It's been amazing when I knocked on doors. Very, very few people are gonna vote for Biden. Everybody I'm talking to you is either going to vote for Trump or against Trump over. Why says the president's rhetoric in temperament have made this election a referendum on him? And overweight, says the president has done many good things
Heat wave takes over parts of West, Southwest
"One. That's what a lot of you will be saying over the next few days. If you live in the West. Josh Weiss is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Record high temperatures for this time of year in the in the Desert, Southwest Arizona, Southern California, New Mexico 115 to 120 degrees for that a couple of days. And then, as we head into early next week, Monday and Tuesday, we could have parameters exceeding 100 degrees all the way to Idaho, Oregon and parts of Washington State. They're already feeling it in Southern California. This is the first hot day And his five more days to come. So it's gonna happen every single day now or what?
"weiss" Discussed on The Editors
"Progressives believe that the truth isn't a process of collective discovery, but an orthodoxy already known to an enlightened few whose job is to inform everyone else. Are Ultimately, Barry Weiss. was brought in and kicked out. For the same reason. She was brought in to make the papers opinion pages more intellectually open, and she was kicked out because she tried to make the papers opinion pages. More intellectually open, but of course you don't need intellectually open opinion pages if you already know the truth. What Barry Weiss did the Times was not what staff wanted her to do. It's not what the Times is. Readers wanted her to do and there's apparently nobody at the newspaper. With the guts to make the case for her, at least in public or on the company's Channel House of A. Slack Channel. You run through her letter. And what you see is the national newspaper of record. Has Become. An Echo chamber she asks why edit something challenging to our readers? Alright something bold I need to go through the numbing process of making it ideologically kosher, and then she says instead the Times would rather publish four thousand of Ed or Donald Trump's unique danger to the country. She said if a person's ideologies in keeping with the new authored oxy, they in that work remain on scrutinized. And she said if every now and again she I imagine that's hers, succeeds in getting a piece published does not explicitly promote progressive causes. It happens only off to every line is carefully massage negotiated and caveat now I can attest to that last one. Personally somebody has occasionally written for the times the level of fact checking my work was subjected to bordered on the Hilarious I. Mean I I as much as got emails asking if I'm sure. That one spells my name with a C.. Meanwhile. Day In day out, you read Progressive Time. Rights who say absolutely hilariously. False things. The fact is that the Times clearly now sees itself as an advocacy. and. It's not going to have room. For somebody whose job? is to expand its horizons and include as many voices as possible. She was made redundant. By her own job description and the last thing I would say about this. From the position of the Progressive Left. Is that. The most alarming part of this. I think was not. A the. Weiss left. But that. So many people who reacted to her complaint. Did so I that explicitly confirming its thesis. Or demonstrating that they couldn't cross the problem that she outlined that they just don't understand it. One of the primary actions I saw to the letter. was to say that this doesn't count as cancel culture because white had cancelled herself. That was the phrase. But if that's true, then I suppose that we can abolish all of the employment law. That progressive made the scenic. Nonsense in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand in no other argument, other than in our cultural riot. With that argument be accepted by the left. Someone comes in and says I was bullied work to the point to which I had to leave and we think the answer. Would be oh well. If you chose to leave, come on now. We talk all the time in this country. About power structures. About who has authority and agency, and who does not and somebody comes away saying. Thousands of people on slack. Hostile toward me. Some of those people actually take to twitter. To condemn her. And the takeaway is well. She also defenestrate it. Come on, come on. So Michael I don't know whether made the observation on this podcast before, but I've talked to people about this just just seems an analogy to the current situation late sixties. You have kind of old establishment. Liberals in charge meditations like college and university. Presidents and they're used to being on the quote, unquote right side of history and posing conservatives as as the the nasty people, in the Authoritarians a threat to free speech, so then you have kids from the left rising up and saying no, you're the establishment. You're the problem. You're the authoritarians. You're the fascist, and they have just no antibodies against that they have no reflex to resist that, said they naturally surrender, and it seems as though the this is happening and a lot of places now including at the New York Times. Yeah I mean we've we're seeing this? Obviously, you know the Barry Weiss episode is almost like a second chapter of what we're talking about the last time. I was on the show about the the letter in Harper's and. One of the interesting comments on that letter came from. Tyler Cowen. who kind of this Unorthodox Libertarian economist and thinker? and. He, said that. You know the. The letter complained of censorious Nissim lack of toleration, and that's true that those are those those are the problems, but you have to have. A kind of more complex mental model for dealing with it and Kinda hinted that there was a lack of. Specificity and In in the in these. Claims! We need free speech. Well, everyone agrees we need free speech or seems to agree. So what are we really talking about and? Think it is this inability to? Of, the centre-left to gather itself. And say. You know in an emphatic voice. You know a couple of truths like we believe. Riots are harmful to minority communities, and they're probably harmful to democratic politicians and their electoral aspects. We believe. That it's not right to give kids hormone therapies for. Gender identity problems before they reach puberty or before they reached the age of majority. Are there these? Massive elephants in the room. that. Are What's actually not being discussed right like the demand for free speech is a demand to stop imposing taboos. Or what are the taboo subjects on the left right now And it's so I think it's not a surprise that you find Barry Weiss. You know who has. A sexual minority, some kind and then intersects. Levin followed the Barry Weiss resignation announcement with an announcement that he was leaving New York magazine. I think it's not surprising that you're finding. Gay, centrists leading the charge on this because I think they themselves see the current taboos as a threat to them personally as if like. When they were a child, would someone have recommended? Doing something drastic to them. That would have forbidden them from being who they are today. so I. Think I think there is this You know just unwillingness, and I think it's a bad sign for the left. Is this unwillingness away to name names and to name the subjects? there's a fear because you can be singled out and that's why I think. You know the one of the only people that's really. Done this and kind of stood up and name names recently is J. K. Rowling. Her Open letter a few weeks ago. which fits in with this larger pattern we're seeing. took on the transgender issue. And she's able to do that because she's a kazillionaire. And she wrote the only books that many of these people. So, he has a kind of special authority So. Yeah, I think. I think that's what's roiling underneath. This is and there's a kind of learned ability. Over the last twenty years, or so for the center left to tell the Left No. It's it's just A. Yeah So Charlie Michael mentioned Anderson then another notable departure this week resigns from New York magazine and the editor, of New York magazine. One thing he said in reaction to this is I believe there's a way to write from a conservative perspective about some of the most politically charged subjects of American life while still upholding our values. Are Magazine in particular as an opportunity to place where the liberal project has hashed out, which is to say, not only championed. But also interrogated. What do you make of it? I think that if the additive New York magazine in the had just said..
"weiss" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Chance for Andrew for you when your birthday coming up next couple of weeks. Saturday then I can start playing in my name. Won't see Steve. You won't see Lauren Weiss anymore at the top of the list. You'll hopefully the Andrew. Dice. But You know I love I. Love the. do like playing with Andrew these tournaments. The way the Wolfson's done it over the years and so many others it's. It's a great thing. To be able to have the common interest. There's no doubt. And, that's the game is most typically passed down that way. Yeah, you know from. Or you know friends or or family so you're you guys, are you guys are a textbook case well very happy to see What I saw your name and and We're going to be. Very happy for you guys and Andrew. Will get you on as a when when you qualify on your own, we'll. We'll get another conversation going. Look at that. Congratulations Lauren and Andrew Weiss and continued success and look forward to the I. Wish I could say we'd see Saratoga but. Maybe maybe maybe across a plantar. Yeah, you never know, but keep well and love their show and keep going and We will see you soon hopefully. Absolutely the wisest father and son Lord and Andrew Everybody. Let's take a break here little past the top of the hour. Actually quite a bit and Mike. Welsh is gonNA. Join US want to hear about this this race today at Gulfstream and you got the to being cone forces. I gotTA check the scratches I. See where Ron Nicoletti just put them out and maybe see. Anybody came out of that race, but you've also got three. This is a big deal in the middle of a week and considering the. You know the rapid drop off here between Max `field I passing.
"weiss" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders
"I'm wondering if you could describe the ways that Madonna has served as a model for you through each phase of your life from when you were growing up to as you were as you were moving into your professional career, and the now as you are trying to gain the new directions for this established company, and it's funny that I. Always Talk About Madonna's being my. You know my my my secret mentor, you know the first time I saw Madonna and what was the League nineteen eighty-three blew my mind of the coup. Is this woman? She looked difference. He was expressive. She moved to new. York City like I was a sesame street. Fanatic? She Got Sesame Street. She was dancing. She was dressed differently and I was in my twelve year old eleven year. Old Man was enthralled with Madonna. But Rachel didn't just admire Madonna for her bold fashion choices or her exciting dance moves. She saw more than that. She really identified with her as a self made woman. And, look at people like Madonna and I think wow that her mother died. She didn't have everything on a silver platter for her to move to New York City on off a bus I look at women who are like that, and and have despite the odds, and despite the financial support to get things started have just gone for it, and those are women and I really relate to. Rachel tried to model herself after everything that she's on Madonna. She was a creative powerhouse. He was a clean of reinvention. She was a bad ass. Businesswoman I specifically remember reading an article and interview with Don I. Don't know what year and I don't know. When sometime in the late eighties early nineties talking about how Madonna made point to study the masthead of every magazine to know every editor to know who she needed to know as networking opportunity for her to build her career I still remember reading than I thought. This woman is not only has an artistic vision. She Has a vision of how she wants to establish herself as independent business. And I always remember reading that and thinking. It's not just about talent. It's also about being very specific in the choices and the people and the community that you have around you to get to that point of where you want to be. And then also Madonna is you know is a woman of reinvention I mean the thing I like about Madonna and always inspire me. She makes him like major mistakes, right? She just keeps going and I always admire women who you know, make a mistake. Admit it and just go, and she has done that her entire life I mean I remember when when I was in college in that crazy sex book came out, and she got a lot of backlash for that, but she was you know she came back. What do you think we can take from her example of trying to control our own narrative? She she has done. She has she has been strategic. She is identified who she wants to speak with. She's identified what it is that she wants to say. Even in the current moment where things are very tumultuous, people groups who have been far more marginalized than her finally being heard. So, what can we take from her example of owning our own power? I think that you've got to surround yourself with people that you feel good about and relationships change and. Being very self, aware and aware who's around you I, think is important as a lifelong message. I never talked about Madonna this. What would you do if you actually met her? Would you ever want to meet her? There's this whole thing about not meeting your her. Once at a party briefly at a it was a artist. David. Lachapelle and my friend was there and she was there and it was crazy. He's like and I turned around and he goes Oh. Do you know Madonna and we were I and the thing. Thing about myself and Madonna were the exact same height, so we were items like nice to meet you. And then I blacked out I froze I don't remember anything after that. It was so exciting it was. It was the one moment I had really nothing to say. That's pretty extraordinary. Did she meet your expectations? I thought she'd always seemed taller, but she was exact height. I two I. was kind of amazing. I can hear the smile in your voice. That was obviously a moment that was a great moment of excitement meeting Madonna and also disagreed time when you're young and optimistic in New, York City. On the. Party. Chose or anything else that you want to say about Madonna or her. Any other aspect that we've talked about you don't feel that we really. Delved into I. WanNa talk about you know a piece of advice that my grandmother gave me that I always think about at least once or twice a week, and her motto us. Wherever you go, you take yourself and I think about that wherever you are in your life or whatever your job is or whatever it is you want to do try. You are at the heart of that and doesn't matter where you live doesn't matter you know what your job is. You are the center of. Your future and that's something you cannot change. That's the one thing you cannot change. Is that you are you? Are you and I often think about that very philosophically Rachel? Thank you very much, thank you. To find out more about Rachel White. You can look up on twitter at NYC Babylon. And if you want to find out more about Madonna well, you know a simple search for her. Online will point you in the right direction. For show notes and links to stories mentioned in this episode Goto, standing on the shoulders dot net. Standing on the shoulders as they story things production, this episode was written and produced by Shruti Robin Andrew. Our audio engineer and sound design by Kenya's scarlet additional interviews were by Stevens. Social Media by Kate. Norton art worked by Darren Garrett and evening. Bracken Berry are executive producers are Hugh Gary and Caroline leary supported by Pearson and it's hosted by me. Takes a lot of time in a big team of people to make this podcast more than most people would imagine so if you like the show, then please go to apple podcasts, spotify or wherever you go to get your podcast face and prayed it. It really helps people to discover us. On our next episode. I once you recognize that some people have got barriers and some people. have got fewer if any, you can either think well great. I'm glad I'm on the side of the ones that have got few of barriers arrays. Or you can feel a sense of injustice on behalf with everybody else and I felt the latter. Thanks for listening..
"weiss" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders
"weiss" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders
"The. First Time I saw Madonna and what was it like? Mateen? eighty-three blew my mind of the coup. Is this woman? She looked difference expressive twelve year old eleven in sprawled. Next generation of consumers who are feeling lonely and isolated and what has happened to the psyche of everyone in a modern day of what's happening with social media. What is community? Look like? Who Do you trust? These are the questions that keep me up at night. I've always been interested in the beauty business, because at side everything you like I spending so much money all my disposable income on makeup products and hear salons, and that sort of my personal jam I never thought I'd have a career that combined with my mom also said. Wow, you're getting a job that involves the computer and your hair. Hello you're listening to standing on the shoulders, a podcast about giants, not the sort that stom- around in fairy tales, but the Metaphor Co.. Writers, dancers, artists, performers and philosophers whose visions and experience help us to see a clear path ahead across these episodes you will hear stories of a number of thinkers and innovators that we telling us about the key moments that shaped their professional journeys, and they'll talk about the person whose work inspired them the most. It's hosted by me. Aleks Grochowski and supported by Pearson..
"weiss" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips
"Ingram today my good friend David Weiss from. Adp is back with some more goodness happy Friday everyone. This is David Weiss with a tip of the day so as many of you know and some of you reach out to me to discuss various things going on in your lives. I recently had someone reach out to me about a topic that they were struggling with and this was a person that had tons and tons of success in their sales career. But they'd slump and so I started talking to this individual and one of the first questions I ask is what is different from this year from last year or previous successful years and you know I heard some Yulong Pas on the phone and the response was well you know this year. I'm spending more time whale hunting. And this year Maybe not prospecting as much as I had in the past and you know and then they kinda said you know my my head's not as much in the game. I said okay. Well you know one of the things that we can do is the areas of our lives that have led to success in the past when we forget those or forget the the rhythms and cadences inhabits and fundamentals that have contributed to our success in the past when we forget to do those things or get maybe too busy to do those things or something happens or maybe we just expect success to continue if we forget to do the things that have made a successful in the past. It's going to be very very hard to sustain success in the future and this has happened to me and I think this happens to a lot of people where they may we have success and then just expect success and they think that it's it's you or something that is leading towards that and it can sometimes be you know important to remember that success is in lock it. It doesn't just happen overnight and it's not just one big event it's all these little events and all these fundamentals and habits and things that we get into that when done enough in the right way over time success eventually becomes inevitable but when we forget that success no longer becomes inevitable so I it's just an important reminder in tip for me is if you're having success super proud of you keep up the consistency and the good work. If you've had success in the past make sure you're struggling now. Think back to the things that led you there and make sure you're doing them and if you're struggling to find success go back to the the blocking tackling fundamentals of sales and build yourself the right habits and get yourself into the right rhythms every single day and if you do the right behaviors and you do them consistently you will find the successor looking for and of course everyone please always reach out to me. Love Coaching in helping folks in the sales community and figuring out problems and solving things for folks so I'm always resource anyone listening and hope everybody has a great weekend. Thank you if you'd like to connect with David. We've got links for you to do that. At daily sales dot tips forward slash four twelve. We'll also put a couple of links in there to some of the other conversations. I've had with David on the sales success stories. Podcast as well after you've connected with David be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening..
"weiss" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"I love it. I do want your book. Kenny and I will read it. I know silly well. Th that's right up your alley so yeah right up your alley this books so I know I know slowly you'll get it. Are you on social media anywhere. Yeah the simplest way to Phi. Mu's Google Kenny wise. All my stuff will come up but you can ask me on instagram. Kenny Weiss coach. I also have the greatness movement. I've to INSTAGRAM'S I have a youtube channel. Subscribe to me. I have over two hundred youtube videos on various topics tons of free information. Because I know everyone's about free information I do a weekly podcast every Sunday night live on facebook and Youtube but you can find it in the typical audible formats. I tunes all that as well. I'm on linked in facebook. You all the typical places. Just Search Kenny Weiss and you know the website and all that and as I said in the next week or two. You're going to see massive branding change. which will really it'll really like? I said the imaging will match the message in. I think I'll be able to reach a lot more people because I be honest. I I've said this my stuff tough. I look like a gummy bear salesman on yelp and the jets doesn't fit in your God like what he's saying but this is just crap. This looks like some Guy Who's coaching people in his basement. Like you know what I mean like you know sorry. Looks like a guy driving for Uber. I Dunno it the the material but when you see what's coming out because most people in this industry the first page of their website is that power pose I'm God I'm better than you. I've got it all figured out. Mine is completely different. It was a we did a photo shoot where he asked me to go back to the day I found my mom and I just lost got it I just relived it so I was just literally had split open on the floor and they're taking pictures and he's like so. What's it look like when you do the work I'm a roller coaster? Your car catches on fire. You win one hundred thousand dollars like it's up and down and he's like what about where you are now and so. Those are the first three pictures on the website. I WanNa be that vulnerable. I WANNA go look. I'm a train wreck to write. I figured a lot of stuff out. I know how live in my best day every day. doesn't mean my life is perfect. The when it's not perfect I love it. I'm excited by while you're still in hell because I know that's the answer take but I want people who are looking for that they they don't want the polished canned image that sells they want truth. And that's what works for me at least the people I'm looking to work with or attract and so when that comes out it's like finally that's me. I like that so I'm very excited. Sided for my out. There you go. It's my authenticity right. I get to furnish. Oh my authenticity. In and after years of living lives and personas in I cycle for everybody else. It's it's a very exciting time for me. So thank you thank you. Kenny Weiss W. E. I s. s folks if if you want to know how to spell his last name it's not I before e after except after seeing this exactly German W. E. S. S. Kenny Man It's the second time we've talked to you and I think I could talk to you for another three hours go right. I'm happy to come back anytime. I really appreciate. The opportunity needed to share the things I've discovered. I think it can really help people. We appreciate your time for sharing passionate Tie Is love it. It's it's bought. Let me freedom and it's my authenticity. It's what I've always meant to be in what I was always meant to do. So it's not a job it's pure joy that's what people love there. What we WANNA find that right? And I've never seen anyone show the process was like those are if you look at my book reviews. That's pretty much which everyone tells you why known shows you how this is. Why and how? And then the other comment you'll see is I've been to all the other personal development. It's like one one this one girl. She just did a testimonial video and posted in shoes. She spent over one hundred thousand dollars that you know people we now she goes. I went to their master's level courses and went through all the training and I realize now that was the bachelor's degree. Kenny was the master's degree. Yeah and that's usually who attract and that's a good fit for people looking for the master's degree in personal growth in finding who they that piece they want in their life. That's that's who will kind of gravitate towards me awesome stuff. Kenny Change Society. Man wishes to you my hope though. Oh and that's the point of the greatness movement is okay yes right now. I'm the one talking about. No one really knows about it. So it's all about me. But the point of the greatness movement is is that everybody else goes and learns this and they teach you to other people because what I really love is thirty fifty years from now. It's like what's this. Where did that greatness just moving things start like bigger than me? Everyone's doing it. And it's like yeah Kerry Cag- can't some ten. God's that's what I want it to be. It's it takes off on its own. People claim it for themselves and they share it as a new way of living. So it's about about that while you're well on your way thank you..
"weiss" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"Emily Weiss the founder of glossy who often cultivating a passionate community of bt love on her website into the gloss. She saw an opportunity see to create a new Buick. theorems and some beauty products that celebrate and speak to the customer directly in two thousand fourteen glossy was born in the digital first beauty company with a mission to give voice through butane glossy was really the first beauty company that spoke to me as someone who he loves beauty by also care more about so skin-care over and above I would say straight up beauty products and glossiest. Philosophy is skin I makeup second since launching glossy has introduced thirty six products open to permanent stores in New York and La and it's brought temporary pop. Up shops across six cities. Raised a hundred and eighty six million dollars in venture capital funding and welcomed millions of customers into the glossy ca stores. I recently popped into the New York flagship store when I was there and it was amazing. The atmosphere was buzzing. It kind of reminded me of when the Abercrombie and Fitch shop opened in London in the early noughties where everyone went wild for it and it actually averages over fifty thousand visitors a month in the store and and it was busy but it was also just really fun to be in that trying out all the products irl. Emily was in London and I managed to grab some time with half of this podcast because glossy London has opened on thirteen floral street. It's there to February is in covent garden at definitely go and check it out and get some Christmas presents for yourself and for others. It was a real highlight for this podcast. Getting Emily on. She really is a true trailblazer and she's built an empire and and it was just so exciting getting talked about everything that she has done and how she works and how she spent some time off and how she's a boss and how she makes it all work day-today so I hope you enjoyed this episode. If you did please do go leave a rating or a review and I changed. It seriously seriously helps podcasters when you do that. Say thank you in advance so without further ado hit. Is the episode.
"weiss" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Up a thug kitchen podcast or guest is a New York comedian commentator and writer she hosts open session a week talk show on vice and writes about sex and drugs for playboy but the heart of her brand is her podcast health is hell it's a half comedy half investigative journalism show giving the Middle Finger to Hashtag wellness and Hashtag felt by asking very badly behaved people the best advice is a pleasure to have on the show today Ali Weiss what's going on so you're in like this really interesting program of like cannabis sex in comedy how did you work that out now it's going to be in question to ask you what are you doing I'm like kind of annoyed no but basically I have a traditional theater background I always thought I was going to like go to a conservatory for College moved. La Get an agent and do the thing no one teaches you in college that you're obligated to make your own content right because that's how you get anywhere in the world now so I decided to kind of cast that aside and start making work in the comedies fear for the Internet and this was at the same time that the wellness stuff was like really popping off and it's like there's only so many white women that can like talk out there neurosis comedy act straight up and yeah the dysfunctional families and their problems with food and whatnot so it's kind of like all right why don't we take this one step further come like a left of center go ask Alice you know 'cause I always thought that comedy and wellness were much more similar than people would think absolutely because both kind of man's search for meaning and you know if I'm going to exploit myself to get laughs to help me feel whole I might as well like exploit myself and be taking CBD oil at the same swag while this is going on I wake up every morning and I'm like Oh my God like another day in this like world population one like I have no idea what's going on but it has been really cool to dig this niche for myself like kind of seems like it hasn't really been filled you're doing your thing we're all about filling niches thank you and I'm just so happy to be here on the fan in California or here in California yeah you say you're happy to be here here yes trying to okay I'm just trying to Earth to probably if you're happy to work this morning shocked when people have heard of us like I know we've sold means barks but I'm still like how did you find out about my friends my mother for the book email chain with my Nana we were just catering a week and this past weekend we were catering a wedding and people were coming up to us and be like hey by the way I love this recipe and I'm like Oh weird like I'm working I'm working right now don't get any ideas world we don't.
"weiss" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"To have fun with have sex with had this chemistry with but still live her stabilized with her with her man, and you're okay with that which you were at first and now you're night. And she's telling you she's gonna leave him you can tell she's not about to leave him. Then that's what you're going to get because you're settling for it. You moved for her before she even left him. Weiss weiss. I did it. I've done. The father even told y'all be honest with you, you seem like a good kid, but that's like fallen in love with a call girl who got damn her father tells you that j. Mouthing is this j like you knew what you were getting yourself into. And she's just really playing you doing whatever it is that she wants you to do. She's making you these promises that she has no intentions of keeping and you're still sticking around for it. That's a big boy, you better be careful. He's a big boy, why do you think she doesn't want to leave him? She's use that lifestyle. She told me so look I'm gonna lifestyle thought that I would like, but I won't more than that. Like, I just wanna be loved. And I believe told us a look to all seat. All working, man. But. Back at him with somebody who's safe, and you're that safety person. He's doing whatever he wants to do. Maybe they not getting along the way they they should. So the way that she is able to cope with all of this is that she has US her side Ps who actually cheats, like the Queen that she wants to be treated like at home. But she isn't. So you're the person that's providing that why would she leave him, man? You do everything she wants you to do. Anyway. Why would I leave him true? So that's a decision. You have to make for yourself. Jay, if you wanna be in a real relationship with somebody who loves you back and can give you everything you need out. Nice. It'd be for you to not have to run around and hide and cater to somebody and see them only when they want to see you and call them only when they are available because the other person's not around nobody wants to live their life like that. And I'm hoping I'm doing everything I tend to to. You could give somebody else their energy, and they'll give it right back to you. That's what you need. Right. Somebody who's a good woman while you're right and be careful because if he ever catch Bush, he's big. All right. Well, thank you. Update us and let us know. What happened? I would definitely will appreciate care for so many women out here looking for a good man, and he's wasting himself. Oh my goodness. All right. Well, we got room was on the way. Yes. Let's talk about MAC Miller. We'll talk about his music after his untimely passing will tell you how that affected his music sales. All right. We'll get into all that when we come back heaping lock.
"weiss" Discussed on From Scratch
"The i'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is emily weiss founder of the online beauty products company glossy a emily launched glossy a's first line of skin products in two thousand fourteen in two thousand ten she founded into the gloss and online community dedicated to beauty visitors get tips on skin hair makeup and learn the beauty routines of leading members of the cosmetic and fashion industry's prior to starting glossy a and into the gloss emily was a fashion assistant at vogue and w magazines welcome thank you you know everything about me is that all that are it is that's it we can stop we'll thanks for joining us who you so much how would you describe what into the glosses the reason for being for into the glosses really that as a in the time it was a twenty five year old style minded you know very enthusiastic consumer of beauty and fashion and i'd always loved beauty products but i really didn't know where to look except going to a store to talk to someone who had never met before to give me advice and not that seemed kind of silly so what i wanted to do was interview all my heroes you said this interview will be an hour and i was like oh no problem i do this all the time i sit on floors of women's bathrooms from arianna huffington to alexa chung too you know selena gomez and isabelle murad and ask them about their approach to beauty and that's not a simple question the idea was really to bring beauty to the internet in a in a meaningful way where does the conversation go beyond what is my beauty regimen oh all all over think about it your your your relationship to be begins at a very young age from watching your mother what she does from not being allowed to use certain things and then you know having a go out on your own learning how to shave your legs cutting herself open to you know crazy eyebrow trauma suffered in teen years tadpole browse so it's not just the kind of us weekly what's in your bag it's not just what you're currently doing it's everything that's.