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"Lee to emergency vehicles of Busses and freight. Once again, 11 Smith come with 24 7 traffic. The Kamo forecast. Be sure to grab that jacket. If you're headed outside in these overnight hours, because it's chilly out there our lows, dipping all the way down into the mid thirties, even into the low thirties. In some areas by the time we hit sunrise on Sunday morning, But then the sun is going to warm us up into the low fifties on Sunday Chance of showers coming our way after sunset. Through those overnight hours, Mondays going to breeze on in with some windy conditions. I'm Denise Whitaker in the Comer Weather Center from ABC News. This is perspective this week stories and why they matter. I'm Sherry Preston. Coming up. I listened back as we ask. How much have we learned in the six months since the death of George Floyd? How much have we changed in the 10 months since the pandemic began, because we don't know a lot of information about this new coronavirus. It's really prudent to err on the side of caution. And where do things stand? Not even one month since the election of 2020. I think the first year of a Joe Biden presidency is going to be dominated by his team tackles, so many challenges and big crisis..
Fresh "Whitaker" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Out the crossword or brainstorming. What to make for dinner when you donate plasma, find your local CSL Plasma center and donate today. Your co Moh forecast. It's a little bit chilly out there this evening. Our temperatures hovering in the forties, and they're going to definitely get much cooler as we move through those overnight hours our morning lows tomorrow morning in the mid to lower 30, so bundle up if you're headed out for that early morning walk now the sun's going to make a return force throughout the day on Sunday, our highs reaching into the low fifties and then after sunset. We do have a chance of rain moving back in, but we should be drying out a little bit breezy. Coming your way. On Monday, I'm Denise Whitaker in the Coma Weather Center. What to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers. Kathy Casey has some ideas today, Turkey Days here and gone. And you may just have a few leftovers in your fridge.
Fresh "Whitaker" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Learn more at fed VIP dot united Concordia dot com. Your co Moh forecast. After a little bit of a rainy start to our Saturday we cleared out most of that moisture, with some clouds clearing across the afternoon. Some of you getting rather nice sunset earlier this evening, as we look overnight, do bundle up of your headed out because those lows are dipping down into the mid thirties. In some of those outlying areas. You'll even be down around freezing Sunday, though we'll get some sunshine coming back a little bit of a warm up with highs in the low fifties. And then we should stay dry until we reach sunset on Sunday evening. I'm Denise Whitaker in the coma. Weather Center Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Kelly Blier, and here are some of your co Moh headlines. Health officials in.
Fresh "Whitaker" from News, Traffic and Weather
"I'm Denise Whitaker in the Coma. Weather Center Stay connected. Stay informed. Co Moh Saturday evening. I'm Kelly Blair with the top local stories from the combo 24 7 News Center. Health officials in rural communities across the state are worried that Thanksgiving gatherings will make the state's covert situation go from bad to worse. Specifically, Spokane County is concerned the case is will overwhelm the already strained health systems. They've experienced a surge in recent weeks as as much of the state This week, the state Department of Health announced its hiring 350 contract tracers and investigators to support local health jurisdictions by mid December. It is now a waiting game following warnings from health experts about large gatherings for Thanksgiving. Come was Nick Problem has the story. We certainly plan for the worst and hope for the best. For weeks, Health officials have been fearing that people would come together on November 26th to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday. During this pandemic. We've learned that indoor home gatherings of the primary places work. Over 19 is spreading all of us on this, Colin. They're concerned about what Thanksgiving will bring because covert 19 isn't slowing down in our state or across the country. But according to health experts, we won't see how well people behave this holiday weekend until a couple weeks from now what we saw last March and April is that the hospitalizations peaked 1 to 2. Weeks after the case. Reports P. That's Cuomo's Nick Pop of reporting. A federal judge has declined to bar or alter Oregon Governor Kate Brown's two week freeze that prohibits indoor and outdoor dining at restaurants and bars and effort to stem the spread of the Corona virus. The Oregonian says. The judge denied a temporary restraining order sought by the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association and the restaurant Law Center. It marked the latest rejection by a judge in Oregon of a challenge to the governor's coronavirus restrictions. Seattle Police arrested three people as dozens of demonstrators marched through Capitol Hill last night. Police ordered the group to disperse when they started blocking traffic. One man was seen having an exchange in which he hit an officer with a cane. Officer proceeded to use pepper spray before taking the man to the ground. Police tell us that man was arrested for assaulting an officer to others were arrested on suspicion of failing to disperse, obstructing resisting arrest and property damage. And Vandals left a trail of damage and graffiti in the U District as well. Windows were broken out at the Starbucks near the University of Washington, and Graffiti was painted on local buildings Group of about 50 people blocked traffic and pulled dumpsters into the road on university Way. Small business owners in Snohomish County are hoping a renewed push to shop locally will help bring in customers this holiday season as many struggle with the court a virus pandemic. Como's Co. Miller has the details for money. Avi Business is down roughly 50%. Okay, you could have your card and over at her Edmund's gallery of glass, trinkets, clothing and artwork. Nearly 100 artists rely on her storefront to sell their goods. If I'm hurting, they're hurting. So much more like so many other small shops. Covert 19 has dealt a harsh blow to what they thought was going to be a great year. And as the year winds downs, the homeless county wants to make sure it ends on somewhat of a high note launching support. Snow co dot com. We don't want to have kind of ghost town main streets in which small businesses have had to close the doors because they haven't been able to make it through the pandemic. Using some federal cares Act funding the push to get people shopping local has become a priority. The county So far using a majority of those funds for things like grands. However, officials say they do not expect much more in the way of federal cash assistance in the weeks ahead. Amazon is hiring while most traditional retailers are struggling because of the pandemic. The New York Times reports. The online marketplace filled more than 427,000 jobs between January in October, it now employs over 1.2 million globally, Amazon has seen huge profits with most of the world's staying home because of the pandemic. Other big companies are also surviving because of their online efforts, however, traditional businesses that rely on people being in their stores Continued to struggle. And it's definitely starting to look a lot like Christmas and downtown Seattle, The downtown Seattle Association flipped the switch on the holiday tree at Westlake Center. On Friday, a small crowd gathered to watch the event, which is usually packed with thousands of people. Not long after the tree lit up, the ceremonial star was illuminated on top of the old bomb. Marsh, a building on the Friday night lighting ceremonies took place at Pike Place and the space Needle. Let's go to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Seahawks. Getting reinforcements for their ground game is Chris Carson is expected back in time for Monday night against the Eagles. 40 Niners are now homeless. Santa Clara County put a three week ban.
Study Sees Rise in Lonely Americans, and the Workplace Might Play a Part
"New study shows about 60% of workers are feeling lonely during this pandemic. Almost Denise Whitaker talk with an expert about how to deal with that Erica's honor with health kick suggests reaching out to friends and co workers. Help both them and you with conversations. Plus, she advocates a bit of self care something I've been doing. For example, are these livestream fitness classes and even that, you know, even though I'm not in the studio with other people, there is a sense of camaraderie. And I know that that's definitely An emotional boost for me, if it's not exercise you crave. Then she suggests you find another outlet to find that social connection with people. And that could be anything from an online cooking class, a virtual book club, wine tasting or some other group that you can connect with online right now to share your hobbies, your interests and Have a little bit of extra conversation outside of work
Philadelphia vote counting staff getting death threats, official says
"Election workers spent the last week counting ballots, some of them in Philadelphia are getting death threats get more on that from CBS's 60 Minutes from Sunday 60 minutes. Correspondent Correspondent Bill Bill Whitaker Whitaker spoke spoke with with Republican Republican Philadelphia Philadelphia City City Commissioner Commissioner Al Al Schmidt, Schmidt, who who said said his his office, office, which which runs runs the the vote vote count, count, has has received received death death threats threats at the end of the day. We are counting eligible votes cast by voters. The controversy surrounding it is something I don't understand. It's people making accusations. Accusations like You are cheating? Yes. You are manipulating the vote yes, or calls to our offices, reminding us that this is what the second Amendment is for. People like us. You're getting calls like that? Yes. A not so veiled death threat. Yes, for counting votes in a democracy. Some states continue counting the votes. Even now, we're watching that foryou.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"That. My sources got a supply. A look a mayor he so i'm not triggering his. I'm not tripping custody. I didn't have anything to say on instagram. You know and i leave from a place. Above mitts stuff is planned out some brands like okay. Post on that day are planned for that but for me. It's more i'm going. I'm taking you with me because this is what we're going through and if this is what you wanna do and i'm showing you what we go through tsa. Make sure hope for sure like this is not always a pretty We go through to. Do you know what it's a ticket as chaps like this. That's where we are so. I love that she stay grounded. I watched you which to our instagram limit. I think it was announced. Who hours is now i am. I'm get there. I haven't got there yet but i am going to get there. I love that. I love my off my phone quickly. Go to your blue like no. I can't do that. There's a time and nothing spending -mergency by nethon emergency that a couple of hours didn't solve. I'm not going to respond to email at one o'clock in the morning. Even if he comes in on comes on at nine o'clock every night at about five six but now turned into nine. Pm to nine am. Because when i'm early in the morning you know you can't be distracted with an email. That comes through eight o'clock and things like that so i'm stopping my workout. So we'll get what is going to say now that on my mind as a working out as like. Hey that can be taken care of nine o'clock an when you get to your disc exactly. Exactly what jasmine. I appreciate you coming on and having this conversation being so transparent and just honest with us about your experience i love you. I think you that prepared by the way. And i appreciate you come to have this conversation with us for the ladies. That may not know. You may not have met you before. Please tell them where they can find you how they can get in contact with the ladies. I m jazz winstons. Also known as jd winners On social media platforms. I'm.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Myself if in so in abbey as i say i've yet pitch myself a goal of minded apple in out there that i would love to work to work with so i would definitely say if you knew it is understand is very different from when i started begging thousand fifteen. It was not. I don't want to say oversaturated. But it's beer is a lot more. Its competitor's competitive the in so but you gotta understand that you don't need to be you need to just be who you are staying s right is pushed through To what you know how to do to grow you. Educate yourself on certain days. People don't be. Don't be afraid to be that person to ask questions. Hey i don't get this or you know things like that. Just sit back and enlisted in large. I how hard it can be. I can only imagine if i were started during this time. Hardy would have been made to win. We just wrote in And don't be afraid to step outside of Things that you're known for like i'm no for natural here. I started off. You know with natural here. But as i journey on in in in this new journey in my life where i'm trying to walk closer closer to guy trying to talk more about mental health because we see some how to insist that how to be the best influenced how to give awards and things and it's hard on your messy news space. You don't realize that we can teach people all day of how to read it for certain how to be a blogger has posted sicily stuff like that but at a you know if you don't dig deeper into yourself. Relax warren consistent. Why do i feel this way. When i post this or because i was at a point in my life where i would take my house in my friends my pictures or videos before posted before you in this so you know you. Can't you got to the point where i'm now comfortable with facing ousted. I was still be smart education. So plan But don't beat yourself behind Things because life happens it. It does so just just at the beginning so again pitch pitch to people too if you wanna work with cannon. Hey pitched the cannon keep staying. They deums as long as you want to. I so badly. At one hundred mile. I've wanted to work and collaborate with cantor fish myself. No but you know. I'd this week we'll talk after. Show exactly my advice advice. Everybody else here is in may seem as not reachable but it truly is. You never know who's going to respond to what you want to do who you wanna work with. It doesn't have to be natural hair. It green work our cameras. If you work with you have a cannon or an icon. You have to use the camera right. We're makeup for certain things so reach out to them. Make a brand see if they want to send something over if you wanna wear. We'd like i the this morning reach out a bit brand do something you know anything. The jury you wear the clothing you wear your plants in your background. You know things like that. So everything is is pitching is pitch the cars. You drive the furniture in your house. Everything is pitching ads. We do the work on yourself in your in the beginning i before you do anything going back to the. Yeah you you really that you do the work for yourself in ashes of why am i not consistent by. I have to. I feel these feelings when i post certain things. If i don't get a lot of lights on so all those new influences out they just keep going pushing you're gonna get your moments It doesn't matter how many followers you have it doesn't it doesn't matter about you know the engagement could have you know three thousand followers. What are you doing with those. Three guys with followers ryan engaged. Are they listening to you. Are they talking to you exactly so here. I think what you said about the grounding. I wanna offer this. Because i think this is important when people say oh. Have a whole bunch of instagram people. Why why people hate like people hate coming to me. It'd be like oh. I need to grow instagram. Wi with a wet that best the first quest for what would you wanna do it. You can't articulate. Why does he even something. You want to pursue. I know my wife. I know why i'm out here. Every day with these kids in the forefront of everything that's going on and it's because documenting store so when they look back they have things they have memories and we're getting compensated on it so you know you put a little saving sponsored him for college. It's it's it's a method to the mad. Maybe but i understand. Why do that so win. Summers acting a fool and don't want to take a picture. 'cause she's too is todd. Camera is like no because that's a favorite. No more man will walk shooting. Like hey this much you gotta take a few minutes and be like all right. Let me get a toddler team so we could come back because they saw much. There happens creating continents a lot of work for photography to make to planning what this cloud. All by yourself at times can be extremely hard extremely hard. It's extremely hard when you first get started budget for photographer said you gotta learn how to shoot with cameras. So you in the park with this camera. People looking like you've been on a bridge taking a picture and the people just like right here in the bay lighting. Watch the show. If there's a lot that happens so you gotta be grounded in something. And i love that. You disconnect because it's so easy to scroll and watch all of these people admire get completely lost in would know why they're showing up the way that they're showing up. You've just gotta be grounded as something for me. it's god it's it's knowing that i'll have to hustle twenty four seven in order to accomplish my goals because real talk the influence of stuff spy not my source. God is the source. Okay so i know for me. That whether i'm gonna week two weeks a month. Whatever if this is what. I was supposed to be doing.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"It was realize that even though it's not you're not breaking down now you feel like he can take on you. Think these super warming and do it after. Why you're to give birth out. You're not gonna have the desire or the motivation to keep going in. You know it's triggering. Sometimes when seats aren folks that will save it. You know it. You can't wake up three o'clock in the morning you don't get it done. That means you don't love it. No that's not right. I need a break any help. I haven't been taken care of. I haven't making moves enough sleep. Sleep is very very important. Knows uses strong. Mind when you get up in the morning and this the schedule of the biggest challenge i will say avenue consists schedule not waking up. Start my day in prayer and start my day with no taking some time off for some meditation things like that. Because when you start to do that. I think that that's when everything just who sausage fall into place in house of the week so taking care of yourself. That was not taking care of myself. That was the biggest challenge So now i'm doing the work i'm in love. You know working out beak assistant working out being castilla. Meditating all of that. You can't do anything you can't get up and walk into your job or whenever you doing his hard to get up and be a mom. I'm not a mind. But i'm sure that you know. All of them can relate to something edition. Truth now. You're speaking scheduling. You're not taking care of yourself. Nothing is going to everything. Chaos and every time. Stand like my mom used to tell me. I don't know this fact of the day. I don't know how you can. You know if it worked in you know it's chaos followed place In when everything's all place. I can't think straight yeah not and Yes so i will say. Take care of yourself here yourself. That was the biggest challenge. So if it means that if you're not working out at least three to four times a week inning hypnotized you work out a whole four. Nobody still trying out. Have you know. Try to be really built. Distaste two minutes to take a walk right. We don't especially working from home if you're working from home in a lot of us are working from home. a lot. Appearance are at home with learn how to navigate through all of this. I'm take take sekou like five minutes at time. Step inside on your fat. You patio outside in your backyard. Each breakfast outside. Yup take some time for you so you can be able to take on the day practice in the morning. Some some gratitude. Be grateful for where you are right now focused on your present moment that can be you know the world bec could be the biggest thing you do for yourself is just taking care of you. Why do you think we go into this. Because i've struggled with it too in the past where it's like. I'll stay up to the wee hours of the night and this was a couple years ago. And i was just like no. I like sleep better than i like being stressed out in fussing people in the morning because i'm cranky it's my husband. He was like. Whoa what what do we do. Just like babe you are i and everybody. You need to get some rest. This is not healthy for you or us because it's affecting us but what you think is the reason why we feel like we have to pursue this stuff like twenty four seven because that's true. I get emails ten o'clock at night. They wanted tomorrow banana. Am and you know. A part of you feels like you need to respond. But i've learned how to just have a certain time that i check emails and that's the time that i check it and that's the time that you can expect a response and if the deadline is at nine. Am but she sent it to me last night at ten thin honey. You ain't gonna get it when i can get to act we of anybody seeing that movie What was it the temptations. We.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Scott on you. Eight exactly ryan have jazz. But here's because. I think i have been watching you since red hair. Red hair for sure. Wow isn't it a long time. How did i run. It's i think spike wasn't despite the design. It took some pictures for another hairstylist. That i have a relationship with as then he was like you need to be following you. And what's the name the dreadlocks device. Yes why it's almost like my hair's natural at the tachi want do a natural hair. And he turned me on and i was like. Oh my god. These girls are headed and we connected on instagram. But we just big goal. And i've been watching watching watching them like. Oh my god. This is amazing. So i'm flattered that you decided to say yes to me. That means a lot to me than we can even axed all. This is my first time being on a fire cast is. I'm gonna try to make it easy that it's not stressful to you. Three three primary things that i want to kind of chat with you about because you're in a natural hair industry and i know that that is like you're focusing when i'm talking to people about doing any type of marketing for anything. I'm always like focus. Like what is the one thing that you can get in. Blow it out of the water in the end branch off into other stuff if he decides to do that but like give focuses So you've been doing natural hair for for years What are some of the challenges that you faced in starting this career. I know that one of the things. I heard you say was like the discipline to have to manage the business on your own and really realize his business and not just something you were doing to get paid for. What is one thing that you would say has been the hardest lesson that you've had to learn. How did you.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Hey guys today. I am having a very special conversation with beautiful soul that you probably know his jd winters out of houston so jasmine and i have been connected on instagram for years. Now it's been a long time. And i've always admired her. She's a natural hair influence her in her heart. I'm a guy you can just feel it through her profile so today. I'm having a conversation with her. Because she's been influencing a long like she is what i would call an. Og in the industry. And i know tons of you have been asking me how to tap into this and i want to be completely honest with you guys. I'm still figuring it out. So i wanna make sure that i'm not only giving you the technical piece of it but i'm truly preparing for what you want to get into and sometimes i think that that comes best from people that have been doing it for a long long time. I could teach you how to write a blog post. I can teach you how to maneuver through instagram. I can teach those things. But there's some intangible things when it comes down to putting your life on the internet for everyone to see that is really it takes more than just knowing the technical part of it in talking to jasmine. Today you're going to hear that. Come out she's going to share with us. The things that really matter as relates to doing influence marketing that go beyond the technology that go beyond just creating content. Really speak to your soul. This is the angle that i really want you to understand when it comes to doing this business for a lot of us. We operate fulltime businesses. Or we're an executive level positions at our jobs and it looks. Glamorous like looks good to be able to take pictures of your children suppose them to be able to share your love for products and stuff that you love it comes with a lot of work and it can weigh on you so today's conversation with jasmine is going to be the entry point to a conversation that we're gonna continue to have here on her three sixty. I really want you to hear this today. Because this is what influence a marketing is and has always been and i think that these are the skills this is the mindset that you need to understand when you start going into this. That is going to help you succeed so to answer. Today's episode as always. If you love what you hear make sure you subscribe and rate the show. Your five star ratings helped me to book other guests that you want to hear from so if you like it. It's hill about a friend but until then let's happen to today's episode. You're listening to the her three sixty podcasts created for boss moms and wives committed to slaying their family and professional goals. You could say this show. Is the intersection of being a really good boss. A really good mom and a really good wife and doing them all on your own terms together. We'll have unfiltered conversations with moms from across the world about what it really takes to have the life. You dream about k. Has designed this show to be a safe place for honesty vulnerability in empowerment to support one another as we boldly go after life streams tear down old ideology that keep us hostage and as we pursue our own modern definitions of success. If your ambitious boss mom looking for a community that supports you while you continue to evolve into the woman that you and everyone else loves then stick around because you're already amongst a good group of girlfriends now. Let's jump into today's episode jazz in good to have you talk to you today. care off. this is not something that i usually do. So this honestly out of my comfort zone newbie at doing when the podcast. What i'm trying to say. So i was very nervous because i've been saying no to podcast. In in doing my interviews do livestreams things like that because it was just something that i well. What made you say yes to me. I know we've been on instagram with each other for a little while apple. What was the yes for me. I'm flattered you get out of my comfort zone. It's been something. I've been neglecting to do for so long because i was scared of it. I figured it out people. With how talk. Or if i'm going to say the wrong or right thing It was a lot of pressure in dealing with exciting with all of that it was a. I don't like how. I feel when rain to do things like this. So i'm just gonna stay away from it but talking with a friend the other day by listen this is you know. Walk into your purpose. Now i think at same time the things that were scared of the things that we fear most once we overcome those things. That's when i think you really just truly walk into your firm. And which is it. Because i think we all have a testimony. We all have a story to tell but to my pastor the other day and he was saying you know how are you influenced an influence that people are you getting them to walk with guy. If you're not gonna share your testimony. How can you get people to follow. God's will slow. That really stuck with me and i was like you know what out there. S here in high. Keep my testimony away from people of what i been through throughout my journey in how i got into the position i am today to inspire women about natural here beauty in my lifestyle things like that. It's just something that i've always. I've you know. Social media is very good and evil. I'm just very protective of myself. When in what. I put out. The're as i think about play the a major thing but my journey into this natural kind of look back. I started back in two thousand fifteen. This was the time where. I don't like the necessarily call it away but it was a wave at that time where you know natural here. It was becoming the thing. It was becoming a thing where you know there were events happening are worth more more products being out there available for people in after because there wasn't a lot of natural products being in so i never forget when i dyed my hair red in it you know i had read natural hair in it took off because i'll have posted on pinterest Blew up in though I ended up going to be a natural hair event in dallas in. That's when i might my manager and she really took me under her wing her name. Sabrina of natural partners in crime. And she took me under her wing. And just kinda really influenced my first shoes. How i'd do my first houston video. And when i say it was not something i saw myself doing. I didn't go to that event. Were not for expectations. I i went. Because i wanted to network with different people and people that have built relationships through social media and soul to be there in a meet. Somebody like you know what i see. Potential in you wanna work with humans. Do it in. It took all my.
Berlin patient: First person cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown, dies
"Cured of HIV passed away this week, and we're learning that his influence on local research here lives on comas. Denise Whitaker has that story. Timothy Ray Brown was a Seattle native but living in Germany when he was cured of HIV through a bone marrow transplant. I interviewed him in 2013 after he moved back to Seattle from Germany, where he received that transplant and became known as the Berlin Patient. Brown passed away this week at age 54 still free of HIV, but his cancer had returned. His case continues to inspire researchers of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the first pioneers of bone marrow transplants back in the 19 sixties. And that research continues. Today. Dr. Hans Peter Quim tells me that what started with Brown in Berlin more than 20 years ago, continues to influence the research into many other diseases. Today, we knew by then, already that we could, in fact, modify a patient's own cells to making resistant to HIV, that really no launch this of HIV effort at that time, and my lab Ridgeway and microbe has really worked on are now using the patient's own cells. To make the patient's own cells resistant to HIV team just received a new grand from the National Institutes of Health to continue his research of the hutch. He's essentially kind of gene editing kind of taking jeans apart and modifying them, putting them back into patients. Researchers at the Hutch have expressed their sadness at Brown's death, but say his story really continues to give them and others suffering from HIV. Sickle cell disease and other blood diseases. But there is hope for more to be cured. Come on news time.
Not feeling sick, man tests positive for COVID-19 only after contact tracing
"People find contact tracing to be an invasion of their privacy. McComas Denise Whitaker tells us how it worked out Well for one man. There are certainly a lot of criticisms of contact tracing, but Peter Rosen Burger tells me He would not even have gone to get tested. Had it not been for that phone call he received from a contact Tracer. I first introduced you to Rosenberg er back in April, when he was really working hard to avoid getting covert 19 from his wife, Gracie. She has survived decades of health issues, including losing both her legs. Peter's been there every one of those almost 35 years as her full time caregiver. He nursed her through covert 19 which hit greasy really hard, And now that he's got it, he tells me he wouldn't have even known it had it not been for that call from a nurse, telling him he had been in contact with someone who tested positive would not go to the doctor. For what I feel right now. If I didn't know that I had Cove in 19 and I've got all the symptoms of Ah, you know, bad case of being out in the barn moving hay around. I'm glad I know because it gives me a little bit of extra buffer down for people because I don't want to spread the sea buddy. He is now sleeping in the guest room for his 10 days of quarantine. And he's also doing everything he can to try to boost his immunity by drinking lots of extra water on taking supplements.
SDOT expected to complete 'important work' in stabilizing West Seattle Bridge Monday
"Cruiser installing work platforms on the West Seattle Bridge, which has been shut down since March because of cracking it's all being done so that crews can get up there and stabilize the bridge for any work that may come next. New work platforms can each hold 10 people and once those are up in underneath the bridge each will be fastened to the bridge with breaking cable said the platforms can be moved back and forth. That way. They can access different areas of the bridge. This's going to give Cruz The access they need to reach those cracks. They're going to inject a poxy into each of the cracks. Also, they're adding some steel cables for stabilization work platforms will be under the bridge for at least the next three months, when the next step of the replacement puzzle should come clearer into view. There are three options to replace the West Seattle Bridge being considered. Three more to repair it. That's almost Denise Whitaker.
Indiana woman shot, killed after argument with Black Lives Matter supporters, family says
"At a picture of a lovely young woman who was shot to death in Indianapolis, Indiana. Killed after an argument with Black lives matter supporters. His story on Indiana woman was fatally shot following an alleged argument between her family and a group of black lives matter supporters. The woman 24 year old Jessica Whitaker was walking along Indianapolis Canal Walk with her fiance, Jose Ramirez, to work with other another couple of two more people. It was about 3 a.m. On July 5th Fireworks night, July 4th. Stand out like When they say that someone in the group with Jessica Whitaker and Jose Ramirez used a slur of some kind and a group of nearby strangers who were black lives matter. Supporters took umbrage, of course, and the group yelled, Black lives matter. Then someone in Jessica Whitaker's group said all lives matter. Naturally that led to a scuffle and little back and forth and on. Both sides showed that they had guns because it's Indianapolis in the end, After all, it's it's like the Wild West. And they come down because they flashed guns at each other. In a couple of minutes later, they're walking away and somebody ran up to a bridge and shot down at Jessica and shot her and killed her. She had a three year old son and black lives matter. You know, that's the that's the thing. She's not black. So it's not a news story because you know how that goes. That's just not a That's not a thing.
Amber Alert Issued In Dallas For East Texas 2-Year-Old
"This morning an amber alert. Husband issued for a missing two year old from East Texas. Zambia. Whitaker was was last last seen seen yesterday yesterday in in center. center. Police Police are are looking looking for for a a man man who who shares shares the the same same last last name. name. They They say say he's he's driving driving a a blue blue Jeep Jeep compass. compass. With With Texas Texas plates plates M M D D D D as as in in dog 4900 m d. D for 900 is the license
Protests and arrests continue on Seattle's Capitol Hill after the fall of 'CHOP'
"Zone, known as Shop was cleared Wednesday and overnight clashes between protesters and police on Capitol Hill in Seattle have been continuing sense. Almost in these Whitaker has more pine and Broadway is sort of their new hangout area and we did see that there were AH lot of protesters out there throughout the night and looking down the line at some of them. They were wearing helmets and other protective gear is if they also needed to protect themselves. And we continue to see police arrest people as well under the mayor's executive order that she issued on Wednesday, which by the way is in effect for 10 days and will continue all the way until next Thursday. They have under that order the right to arrest anyone who is refusing to vacate the area immediately when told the King County Prosecutor's office has released a statement on its decision to not file charges against most protesters, it says in part We understand the important distinction between people who are gathered to nonviolently air grievances and those who take advantage of the otherwise peaceful protests to commit violent acts. Prosecutor's office says none of the arrests made while clearing the chop zone have led to criminal charges. 13 people have been charged in relation to the chop of the protests that began in late May. Of those six are gun charges for our burglary charges. One is burglary and assault. One is a hate crime, and the last is a reckless burning case.
Seattle police continue arrests after clashes in cleared CHOP zone
"Zonas Chop was cleared, cleared, and and there there was was another another overnight overnight clashes clashes between between protesters protesters and and police police on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill in in Seattle. Seattle. Almost Almost Denise Denise Whitaker Whitaker is is there there with with more more Hein Hein and and Broadway Broadway is is sort sort of of their their new new hangout hangout area. And overnight we did see that there were ah lot of protesters out there throughout the night and looking down the line at some of them. They were wearing helmets and other protective gear is if they also needed to protect themselves. And we continue to see police arrest people as well under the mayor's executive order that she issued on Wednesday, which by the way is in effect for 10 days and will continue all the way until next Thursday. They have under that order the right to arrest anyone who is refusing to vacate the area immediately when told The King County Prosecutor's office has released a statement on its decision to not file charges against most protesters, it says in part, we understand the important distinction between people who are gathered to nonviolently air grievances and those who take advantage of the otherwise peaceful protest commit violent acts. The prosecutor's office is none of the arrest made while clearing the chop zone have led to criminal charges. 13 people have been charged in relation to the chop and the protests that began in late May. Of those six are gun charges for burglary charges. One is burglary and assault. One is a hate crime, and the last is a reckless burning case. Independence
Record Store Day Drop Dates and Speaker Shopping
"Welcome back to vinyl SNOB. I'm Dave Whitaker. It's been several years since I set out to a symbol ultimate scary. Oh System! The final piece speakers. Fortunately after moving to a small town of about thirty thousand people I found something very rare today. A full tilt stereo shop. North Coast Audio and owner Chris Larson. I remember you walked in one day. I think you're across the street. There's very little repair shop right across the street with some cool parts and pieces. People tend to wander into my shop after trying to find them. They're a little hard to find and I think you, you said. Yeah I saw Macintosh on the sign outside, and I was really surprised I said, come on in. Yeah, come take. Take a look and we. We started talking about audio. Talking about what stuff you have, and name dropping kind of our favorites and and stuff we've had stuff. We like stuff we want. We just Kinda hit it off. We had fun and I think I've had. You listened to a couple of things, and we talked about having you come back with some your own music, which I always always recommend. Expose me to to maybe some things I haven't heard but it's the best way to do it I mean. This is what you're going to listen to. On these speakers I can play a demo music of the stuff you hear at the audience shows. Day After, day, but what are you going to actually? Sit Down and listen to. That is the best thing and when when when you say records like. Yes, that's. That's always that's always the most fun for me so I'm glad you did that. Stereo stores are always GonNa have their own repertoire of demo music and I'm I'm no different. I have stuff that makes speakers sound good. Why why would you do otherwise? But you know what it boils down to is. You want to have stuff that you're going to listen to on a regular basis. Sound good. I like doing both I you know, let someone wow you when you come into a start. Let them play a demo or two of. There's because they know what's going to sound good on their speakers. Then play your own stuff to see how you know real world sound is going to be on the speakers that you're interested in. I remember you called me up after at first time you came in here and said you WANNA. Come down and listen to some speakers, which is my favorite part of the job showing off my toys here? A lot of times I'll start at those two hundred dollars, speakers and I'll let the client decide. Hey, do you want to try something else? Okay, l., let's listen to that and and I probably said the same thing to you. It's one of my standard lines. Do you like what you're hearing? Okay? If the answer's yes stop. Because if you're happy with that, you're going to be happy because you can go nuts with this I mean you can go far beyond my my high end room. You can go insane with some without the hi Fi audio stuff, and that's part of the fun. That's part of the sickness, but if you stop a five hundred dollars set of speakers and that sounds great to you. Stop. That's that's in your budget. You're going to be happy with if you haven't heard. It what better sounds like you're not gonNA. You're not gonNA wonder, and you're not gonNA. Drive yourself nuts when you get them home. And that's that's the key thing is I. Want people to be happy when people enjoy their stereo systems like I do, and that's why you know I. Asked you the questions that I asked and tried to keep us within a within a certain range and let you decide. How far up you WANNA go. Term that's always what's worked for me and works at great from people.
Riots, looting, cars set ablaze in downtown Seattle chaos after protests
"Imagine downtown Seattle now in shambles after hours of people setting cars on fire officers lobbing tear gas looters in a free for all in the downtown area the curfew we had imposed in Seattle now over at least for the next eleven hours we have another one in effect later today at five PM until tomorrow morning Seattle police chief Carmen best stating that the curfew helped officers couples Denise Whitaker with a new statement from the cheap this morning good morning the next morning the chief issued this statement just a few hours ago as she said people remain to downtown still assaulting officers still looting downtown stores the National Guard arrived last night to help control those crowds downtown the guard arrived in full riot gear mostly unarmed you can see that they carry batons with them before they arrived she's best to set her officers were working to protect people's lives she said multiple officers and civilians were injured mayor Jenny Durkan answered questions earlier on the violence that she watched with many of you we will protect the people of Seattle but we also make sure that our officers act appropriately I will also add that I have seen the officers taking enormous punishment last night into today with a number of things thrown their way and force being used and chief master reiterated that in her statement that the priority is indeed protecting life and ending the destruction today's also says the next steps for Seattle police will include reviewing a lot of video they were able to grab from surveillance cameras and many of the stores in cameras that are set up there in the downtown area of the have a look at this for prosecution purposes and of course priority downtown to get cleaned up and get secured a again just a reminder city officials saying it's not a good thing to go for a joyride in downtown Seattle right now to have a look it is very busy right now in the investigation continues and again a public is asked to stay away at
Washington - White House butler who served 11 presidents died of coronavirus
"Wanted to mention so today passed away but a remarkable person you may have heard of Wilson German in the past he was a Butler at the White House who served eleven presidents history was sort of cold in the the movie the bottler with forest Whitaker in Oprah and not so many other big names pretty good movie from a few years back but this gentleman Wilson German started working in the White House as a cleaner in nineteen fifty seven under Dwight D. Eisenhower and then worked for John F. Kennedy was promoted to Butler under JFK but also worked for Lyndon Johnson Lyndon Johnson liked him so much that when Mister Germans wife was very ill he sent that President Johnson sent his personal positions to treat her to to take care of her and then the worked for president Nixon and president Ford and I mean the the the list goes on and on Jimmy Carter George W. bush said that he was a lovely man he was the first person that we saw in the in the white house every morning the last person we saw when we returned at night he worked for president Obama and of course took a great deal of pride in working for president Obama being African American himself that the there was an African American president but a a rather remarkable man who served as a cleaner A. and and elevator operator at the White House apparently they haven't put in the automatic elevators at the White House for at the time at least did not and then ultimately bottler which is you know I I guess quite a prestigious position there he died of coronavirus sadly age ninety is
Sabatinis stylish dominance; Nadal and Federers 2006 classic
"Amy Thank you so much for your support and to everybody that bacteria kickstarter at the end of last year which enabled us to carry on all year long and produced the tennis podcast four. You hope you're enjoying it. We certainly are catherine say. Hello Catherine David. Hello Matt. You're right. Hello yes fine. Thank you good. We have had the most wonderful weekend watching old tennis matches from Rome which we are going to really have with you today from nine hundred ninety two. The story of Gabriella Sabatini is extraordinary. Run in Rome for titles in five years and also talk about how more generally she's one of those players that tends to get forgotten. I'm afraid to say including bias. I can't think of many times that we've mentioned the name Gabriella Sabatini over the last eight years of the tennis podcast. And we're going to put that right today. She also turned fifty as well over the weekend. So feels like a good time to do that. And we're going to go back to the two thousand six men's final between Roger Federer and Rafael. The Dow a dare say many more of you will remember that one and maybe some of you watched it with us over the weekend so lots to talk about before we do that. Let's just mention the news of the week. Which is that more? Tennis TOURNAMENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UP until July thirty first on the ATP circuit and the events. The wheelchair events have been announced on the men's side tournaments like a start Baastad Kitzbuehl in Newport or cancel because of the corona virus. And we await to find out what will happen with the American swing in August. But I mean it doesn't sound great so we'll have to wait and see several WTI events until mid-july cancelled as well but no great surprise. I'm afraid Catherine I should say as well following on from songs that could be used for the corona era a particular mention for EJ Stanton on instagram. Who suggests don't stand so close to me from the police. Yep Yep acceptable. Yep that's yeah. I've heard that mentioned a lot of the lowest we were going for more. I don't want to diminish EJ's contribution that we were going. Ooh For more specifically songs that reference the absence of crowd right so rather than sort of general corona virus social distancing song bags which which I feel are. Is anyone else a bit over sort of Korean social distancing song just over the whole thing generally? It's a very very difficult time for cynical people with a dry sense of humor because there's a loss of well intentioned sort of sickly happiness in sort of we're all in this together in we'll come through this and have you considered crafting. You should be crofting. Oh we're GONNA come out of. This is best move well rounded people and you know people that then you bunny the. I'm so over all of that. This folks is Katharine Whitaker. Who has just shown irs her two thousand piece Jigsaw which makes two in a row that she's not together now and she's also about her fiftieth podcast to the air with two weeks worth of dailies to come during Roland Garros Peppy Catherine. Yeah but I'm not. I'm not smugly telling people if you considered podcasting it's it'll make you a better human being during these challenging times. Stephanie my better I have. You always Dunk Jigsaw. No I mean I have on occasion in over the years done the odds Dixon L- but nights definitely I. I'm not doing this to to self improve. I'm enough to pass the time. I'm just impressed. Because not cool or anything they might even be able to hear me through the wolves but my parents started kick those and they're really not very good at them. How can you be? How can you be bad at jiggles? Unless you've got bad eyesight you've done you've done about five of them in the space have been out of the night soaking souls. We're talking two thousand pieces. My parents struggling with five five hundred faces. Maybe they need help just handed over to my kids. If I was doing a jigsaw. There's no why upbeat during it because I just lose know these inch. It's IT'S GONNA sound like one of these awful peppy. People is the IT. It's it's very mindful. It gets me off my phone hawks. Group it it's very it's you can still sort of be watching the telly obviously not physique. And have something on the tally in the background. And be paying attention to it but it gets you off your phone sort of it. Concentrates the mind. Oh God I hate myself move on. Can Multitask is what you're saying? Awesome specifically cannot multitask. So I would say it's a nonstarter. Meanwhile folks we have been putting photos on social media channels of ourselves in one thousand nine hundred ninety two where possible because Matt didn't exist nine hundred ninety two and two thousand and six respectively Matt has created quashed a picture of a tennis magazine on which he as a child prodigy is on the front cover wielding his racket. Like Richard Gasquet aged nine. Except there's no strings in the racquet That's the away so walk away. A few people were taken in by it. It's my absolute probably favorite thing. That's ever happened to me. That people actually think I was on the cover of Tennis magazine. Age Ten it was just at Wimbledon in the. Lta Tent way you could go up and have your have your photo taken in front of a green screen. And they were then imprinted onto ace tennis magazine. And yes they put up there alongside the words the not a the future Wimbledon champion going to all future Wimbledon. Men's having experienced his game. I can tell you what could have happened to a young Merrin Chile church in appearance. Yeah not sure what to say about that. Well he he opened so I'd go with that. Yeah no great. I'm in favor of all. Comparisons to professionals plays a singular. Us Open title is not all Wimbledon. Titles there is it still in underachievement relative. I don't think we're actually doing any matches from two thousand seven for tennis relived. Who knows how long ten is live? We'll be going on. We may have to come to two thousand and seven at some point but I actually went back the following year and appeared on the front cover again. Let's just put it up as a sort of extra what the people working uniform and that one.
Majority Of Coronavirus Patients Put On Ventilators Don't Survive
"States continue to scramble to get enough ventilators for covert nineteen patients but some new research from the university of Washington just putting someone on a ventilator might not necessarily be the best treatment commas Denise Whitaker reports from hospitals using ventilators report high death rates for corona virus patients that they put on those breathing machines in New York City eight out of ten patients on the machines died doctors now trying to figure out exactly why see it could be related to the patients conditions before and after they were put on ventilators doctors at UW Madison say they're deciding each case very separately specifically assessing how much oxygen is getting into the body how much carbon dioxide is getting out and what other acute diseases might be at play in each
Philadelphia: 12 indicted in alleged family-run N. Camden drug network
"More than a dozen people have been indicted after law enforcement officials in New Jersey on covered a family run her win in Fenton all operations K. Y. W. skin Glover says more on operation strikeout New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir gray wall says the drug network operated in a violent north Camden neighborhood charges against those involved include first degree racketeering making illegal and untraceable ghost guns and related drug crimes Wilbert segera of Camden the alleged ring leader is charged with first degree leading a narcotics trafficking network that carries a sentence of life in prison including twenty five years without parole the indictment alleges that the network sold single dose wax folds of heroin and fentanyl starting in January twenty nineteen and operated around the four hundred block of grant street in north canton it also had a second location on Whitaker Avenue in Philadelphia the single doses carried names like sponge Bob bad boys and the Lizzy gang investigators say the bad boys heroin has been linked to fatal overdoses eight of the fourteen involved in the operation were arrested last October in addition hundreds of wax folds of heroin and fentanyl were seized guns and plans to make ghost gun assault rifles and semi automatic pistols and seventy grams of pure fentanyl
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Feasible but if I know what the priorities are and recognize where I am then. I can say okay. You know what this. Just not the season for us. So maybe this this season. I'm just going to be able to squeeze in our for myself every week. Thomas Tie right and if you plan for your time you can get everything in that you want and have to do and I feel like you're missing out on anything now. This is a learned behavior so for somebody that just does not have a grip on your time when I always recommend to my class. I'm like okay. Well if you have no idea how you're spending your time just like your money. If you don't know how you're spending your money is going to be impossible for you. Save your money or for you figure out how you WanNa make the purchases that you wanna make so you gotTa Watch how you spend your money right. It's the same thing with your time. If you don't know how you're spending your time you have no idea how you can better allocate your time to get more stuff done so if you're not in the habit of really paying attention to what's happening with your time the my challenge for you is for the next three to five days. Just write down everything that you do. Don't change it behaviors. Just write down everything that you do right the time now right was so that you can have a record of what a week looks like for you so you can say. Oh you know this time. Miss Day I'm doing ms but maybe at a move that to a different time you gotta know how you're spending it before you know how to allocate it unless you realize what you're doing with your time you might say oh man. I need some help struggling so bad because there's nobody here to help or a haven't asked anybody or soliciting help. Because I'm trying to do things on my all. Risa you can identify what your gaps are planned for what you need and the NBA. What you want so that you can start to live their lives so i. I hope that was helpful for you today. I didn't WanNa be before you for too long. It's just gotten a question a lot especially now that we've moved we by ourselves starting to give back into the swing of me a lifestyle. Stop thanks to change right. And in order for me to be productive. Algata have sister. I'm very systematic. I gotTa have a system to how I manage myself personally to make sure everything gets done. So let me know what you think. If there's some things if you are like a a time nj you are selfish batch of time like I am and there are some practices that I didn't talk about that. You do that worked for you. I love to hear about sent me a message on instagram. Leave comments of the show. Like if you're on axles. I know for sure apple podcasts. And offer sure you can click the notes from his show and go straight to the website and leave comments. There are no. Let's have a conversation about it but if you don't have a practice China talked about. Just trialogue your behaviors over the next five days and look at what. You're doing so that you can know how to better allocate the time that you have two things that you need to do you find that. There's nothing on there for yourself at it added. This is what I have to do these things I wanna to do and this is what I'm currently doing right. And then see where your gaps are so you can feel. I hope that was helpful. Thanks for popping in and sticking around with me it is time for me to go and get the little person off of the bus a but I will see you on the next episode back for now if you will love to this episode k. Wants to know. Please subscribe if you haven't already and leave us a five star review telling us what you loved and what your takeaways were by leaving your review. It helps us to continue to provide awesome content and book guests that you love and want to hear from and as a token of our appreciation for your review. We want to send you a gift. Case compiled a list of her favourite resources. That help keep her balanced focused energized insane and she wants to send it to you to get a copy of my favorite things. Leave us a review. Take a screen shot of it and email it to podcast at K WHITAKER DOT COM and we'll send it right over. It's that simple until the next episode. Be SURE TO CONNECT WITH K. On facebook Instagram and twitter at K whitaker. This conversation has been great and we can't wait to see you on the next episode..
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Hey Chico so today we're talking about how to sit in everything that your life throws it you into Your Week. So oftentimes from my clients. They got a lot of key. It's it's a bunch of other right But they also know that. We're always busy. Always something going on. And then they see us on instagram. Me and my husband hanging out for date nights in me doing what I WANNA do with my personal time Camilla girl. How do you get all of that done? So today's episode is Kinda GonNa Highlight my process to getting these things done and kind of give you some recommendations on what you can do to make sure you are living a fulfilled life not only professionally but personally as well If you have not listened to the episode about ballots in boundaries. I'm going to recommend that as a follow up because one of the first things that do period in any period of life is just to make sure my priorities are in check and that particular episode explains how I do that but today we are going to talk about how to manage your turn so that you can do all of what you want to do as well as what you need and half to do so. That's Today's episode. So let's hop. You're listening to the K whitaker. Podcast created for boss. Moms and wives committed to slaying their family and professional goals. You could say this show. Is the intersection of being a good boss? Mom and wife and doing them all on your own terms together. We'll have unfiltered conversations with MOMS from across the world about what it really takes to have the life we'd dream about. Our guests will share stories of triumph fears and challenges and will empower us with their own perspectives on how we can navigate challenges and conquer them to come out victorious on the other side. Our Host K Whitaker is a successful entrepreneur. Currently running two businesses alongside her husband Tim while raising four children ranging in age from an infant to a very busy teenager while still making time for each other and the things in life that they both love K. Has designed this show to be a safe place for honesty vulnerability and empowerment to support one another as we boldly go after life streams tear down old ideologies that keep us hostage and as we pursue our own modern definitions of success. If your ambitious boss mom looking for a community that supports you while you continue to evolve into the woman that you and everyone else loves them. Stick around because you're ready amongst a good group of girlfriends now. Let's jump into today's episode. So let's chat so when I get the question. How do you do all of everything that you do? I kind of chuckle because for me is almost second nature but it had always been and not to have been in the position where. I just don't have enough time. I take care of myself feel like missing. I feel like I'm missing myself for lack of better words and I just I completely understand how you feel so today my whole goal is to share with you how I get to do all of what I WanNa do in what I have to do in hopes that it will inspire you to apply some of the same practices so your life is best. You can so that you can start to see some improvements in your productivity or efficiency both professionally but also personally as well. Because I think it's really important for us as entrepreneurs especially women when our natural gift is to be nurturing and take care of so many other people our husbands our families our clients that we often task for ourselves and I could just say this outright on very selfish about my time. I'm very protective about myself. I'm stingy so me not taking care of myself as not an option so even in the roughest of times I find ways to carve out time just so that I can feed myself personally and that's what I'm going to share with you today. So one of the first things and that helps me to be able to do everything that I have to do. That I WANNA do is that. I put my personal affairs on my calendar. Like I treat my personal affairs both for myself my husband my kids like business affairs okay. So if you've been following me for any length of time you know that the calendar is like everything in our house but like for real for real. It's everything so when I want to go work out at put it on a calendar when I want to go to the spa at polluted on a calendar when I want to go to the nail appointment I put it on the calendar when I want to get Wesson on the calendar when I want to go and get a massage. I put it on a calendar and you know I was on a calendar because my calendar controls my time that I have available to my business and sometimes people make appointments with me without talking to me which is Great. But I don't want those things to interfere with what I already have planned so my personal stuff goes on my calendar if I have to be the kids school the phone going to eat lunch if I need to pick them up if we've got an after school affair doesn't matter what it is. If it's related to me personally family goes on the calendar time with Timothy Goals on the calendar that way. Nothing else can interfere with that not keeps. This is when you put it on the calendar. We are committed to it right. I know so many people and sometimes I do this. I'm not saying that you have to be rigid but I know so many people that won't do this part but then they don't commit to it right. It's there. It looks good and I feel good. That can pet them. Say Oh yeah may time for myself. I scheduled time for myself but let business call right especially for those of us that run. Our COMPANIES. Let a client call. Let an email come through. Let's often happen. That we think is an important or an emergency and we just drop ourselves for the case of coming to the rescue. I don't do that don't do it. And I know that sounds crazy Anna. You might be thinking. Oh that's bad service. It's not it's not. I don't have customer service complaints. I have expectations that. I said we'll talk about that a little bit. I have expectations that I set up with clients from the very beginning and I manage those expectations through my behavior. So if somebody emails me today my normal response time for email is twenty four working hours not including the weekend. So if I don't answer you right away. It's not the end of the world because I've given myself and you notice that they're twenty four hours of your email if it's an emergency. Nothing's been an emergency. Gateway Mapping is emergency so I have standards in place that managed the communication process between me and business so that business does not interfere with me personally when it comes to my family. My kids know Islamic time. Tim knows that it's mommy time. But we communicate here like we talk to each other and my kids also have the responsibility of calendering out. What's required for them? If it's not on the calendar it doesn't exist so if today is today and tomorrow you've got something that comes up at school but you've known about it for a week and you fail to plan for. Guess what you're GonNa Miss. If I've got something scheduled. You are commitments or your responsibilities. Because you didn't plan properly. We're not life lessons right so everything goes on. The calendar doesn't matter if it's personal or professional because my calendar is what manages my time if that makes sense so the second thing that I do and that helps me to be able to do. Everything is that I project manage myself. So I am a Solo Entrepreneur. Th that outsources for help and sometimes we weren't intern programs but for the most part. I'm the person that's doing the coaching and in some cases out do the actual done for you were in those cases. There is a specific amount of time that I desire to work every week. All clients stuff. Okay and I plan.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"God forbid it a goal to another transition right I need this just as much as you do as a reminder for the so hard while you're going to get bogged down with all this stuff is happening so this episode today was just as much for me as it is for you. I'm hoping that it was helpful for you if you enjoy what you heard and you found this helpful. Simion Out. At love to hear it. I'd be more than happy to share you to my stories If you're not transitioning know somebody's transition share with them. Inspire THEM SUGGESTS IT weighs clarity in second all right. That's it that's all I've got for you today. Thank you for always supporting me. Thank you for always being here from me. I'm excited to be back in to see all of the good things that God has in store for. Menu will start to see new stuff and if you want to be part of the ride. I'm here for you to be there. But if it's your by Thomas over I understand that to her right. Enjoy the rest of your Tuesday guys and I will see you in the next episode. This episode K. Wants to know. Please subscribe if you haven't already and leave us a five star review telling us what you loved and what your takeaways were by leaving your review. It helps us to continue to provide awesome content and guests that you love and want to hear from and as a token of our appreciation for your review. We want to send you a gift. Case compiled a list of her favourite resources. That help keep her balanced focused energized insane. And she wants to send it to you. Get a copy of case favorite things. Leave us a review. Take a screen shot of it an email it to podcast attain whitaker DOT COM. And we'll send it right over. It's that simple until the next episode. Be SURE TO CONNECT WITH K. On facebook Instagram and twitter at K whitaker. This conversation has been great and we can't wait to see you on the next episode..
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Hey Hey girls so. I am so excited to be recording this show today. It's been such a long time since I've been able to get in front of this microphone and let me tell you. It's not been a for nothing as most of you know we recently just went under a huge transition which came after what I thought was me giving back on my feet rebounding after having my now nineteen month old baby but as you know God does things in his own perfect timing and sometimes that is Matt in alignment with what we think we should be doing. Let me just say this like the past? I don't even know how Monte Spin if summer is nineteen months like I've completely lost track of its bid transitioned after transition after transition EPA transition And sometimes so hesitant to share. Because I feel like okay now. I'm back in the full. Another transition happens but I realized that my reservations are not. Because I shouldn't be sharing. I think my reservations just because they want you to hear these stories and that really should be sharing even through two transitions. But what you're going through them. They're extremely hard to talk. An APP just had to learn how to fight through it so today. I'm Kinda talking with you because I finally feel like I'm at a place where I can create right now in this season. I won't call this rebound. I won't call this a. I'm bad I won't call any of that. I am just in a space where I feel like I can create and what I feel like I can create a want to share with you now that I have some clarity right now in this season. Kinda looking back over what I just went through. As far as the transition is concerned it shares some things with you. If you feel like you're in transition I've talked with so many moms seeing so much stuff on social media about mom's transitioning and feel like they're having a do it all and not wanting to be patient and wait because you feel like you're losing relevancy and I shared all of those feelings so I'm hoping that in today's episode I can share with you some of the things that I've learned as I've looked back and I'm kind of keeping record of so that if another transition happens I can be a little bit more. Prepare so today's episode is as much about me as it is about you and. I'm hoping that I can help you in a season. If you are in this season right now get back to a place where you feel like you can create or give you hope while you're in the transition so you don't feel like you're losing everything because if you're anything like me. I feel like The bottom was just fallen out of it. So that's our show for today. Pull up gains papers if you want. Give yourself a little bit of time to listen in and we are going to chat about how to get back to you after transition. That's today Shell. Let's happy when you're listening to K whitaker. Podcast created for boss. Moms and wives committed to slang their family and professional goals. You could say this show. Is the intersection of being a good boss? Mom and wife and doing them all on your own terms together will have unfiltered conversations with moms from across the world about what it really takes to have the life we'd Sharim about our guests will share stories of triumph fears and challenges and will empower us with their own perspectives on how we can navigate through our own challenges and conquer them. The come out victorious on the other side. Our Host K. Whitaker is a successful entrepreneur. Currently running two businesses alongside her husband Tim while raising four children ranging in age from an infant to a very busy teenager while still making time for each and the things in life that they both love K. Has designed this show to be a safe place for honesty vulnerability and empowerment to support one another as we boldly go after life streams tear down old ideologies that keep us hostage and as we pursue our own modern definitions of success. If you're an ambitious boss mom looking for a community that supports you while you continue to evolve into the woman that you and everyone else loves them. Stick around because you're already amongst a good group of girlfriends now. Let's jump into today's episode all right. So let's chat so backstory before we happen. Sue Why I'm talking to you today about how to get back to you. Have to transition for those of you. That may not know Tober nope September of last year is February September of last year. My husband got a promotion on a shop. Tim Right for most people. This is great but with his promotion. It required us to move now. We have a family of six and I have been working from home ever since I started working and we had just gotten back into the rhythm of myself after having summer and being out sick with summer took me out for a little bit so I just got my rhythm back. When he came into the House with this like goes look on his face like he had seen a ghost Hebei. I got a promotion now. we're used to having the promotion conversations or having the moving conversations but this one was unique because we just said maybe a month prior that we had just declined a move to a different city and said you know what we're not going to entertain start anymore. We're we've we're here. We have our home here. The kids are getting a little older. We don't want to transition the children's so we're just GonNa Kinda keep it where we are and if the conversation ever comes up about moving in it's a flat no we don't even need to discuss it so you can imagine how I felt after. He walked in the House with this look on his face one weekend. And this was a Saturday and I I can clearly see the look on his face because he looked perturbed and I thought because of the look on his face that he lost his job. I thought that he was coming to tell me that life was about to change because you know his career is over but in fact looking back hindsight is twenty twenty right looking back now. It was an amazing move of die in extreme blessing that we were receiving but it came in the package of like. Oh my God. What is happening? So he walks in and he's like I got a promotion. Great High Five congratulations. I'm like why are you looking so sad? He was like well. It's GONNA require us to move so as his wife. I am very careful with the worst that I speak to him. Because I like to empower my husband and as a young black man I liked to speak positively over him but in my mind why why this even conversation because we've already said that we're not moving so outside of my feelings. I stopped and I said Okay you know and knowing my husband. He's not going to bring anything to me. That it's not important to him especially so soon after we've already had a conversation so the question to him was win win. Do we have to do this if this was September first? He said that the company agreed that my family could take time in move but this transition is going to happen as of October first. Which means I have to leave and be gone for days out of the week starting in thirty days. That was the conversation that we have so. If you know me you know that all of my children are busy. They all have extracurricular activities in our household is set up in a way that both parents have to be very involved with all of the support that my husband has given me over the years and building this business and my crazy ideas and the back and forth and dealing with the the attention deficit that I'm sure I have. There was no way I was gonNA say to him. You can't go or no. I don't want you to go but instead I had to transition to okay. If this is reality right now than how do we get this done and for me? In that time it came with a lot of frustration. A lot of overwhelm a lot of fear and highly frustrating. Because I was like I just got back. I just got back but that was me so I had to take a step back and be like all right if this is the transition goddess. Getting ready to send us through. Then how do we get through this? How am I going to with the new baby being and three busy children? Schedules require both of their parents in the middle of football season How how do I get to this and immediately things for business had to change things at home had to change and my capacity to from a professional standpoint almost went down to zero because there was just no space in my mind available for creativity because at this point it was survival? It was what we do with our home. It was the back and forth with He. And I about this house. Do Keep it Learning how to put a home on the market and in my mind. Let's go and Lee something in the new place and he's like nope not GonNa Happen. We're going to go and purchase. So now we're going through the home buying process with distressful itself in a completely different city Three hours away from where we are. So it's not like you could just hop in your car and take care of the things that you would normally take care of and this is your life for three months. Your husband's gone for days out of the week. You know my hat goes off to any military wife because I cannot imagine not having my significant other with me all the time you know also having to transition from seeing your face every day being able to do family things every single dates not having you at home for some. You know. It's like all we do this all the time but for me that was just not the case it was completely outside of what I was used to and myself and my kids alike. We had to transition so we sat down. We had a conversation with them. My teenager was devastated. So I'm dealing with an emotional teenager any motion. Mommy trying to keep it together so that my kids can be strong trying to keep it together so that my husband doesn't feel bad about the decision that we've had to make for the family in trying to be productive all at the same time so needless to say you know we weren't doing too well so why we were in it. It felt like the walls were like literally coming down around me like everybody was so congratulations amazing opportunity but all I could see was the stuff that we were having to do in order to get us through the transition..
Jesus the Philosopher with Dr. Jonathan Pennington
"Here. We are and we are joined by Dr Jonathan Pinkston. Thank you for coming on the show. We're glad to have you. Hey I am absolutely thrilled. That's excellent so You are just wrapping up Sabbatical. You've just wrapped it up. That's right okay. And you're telling me before we jumped on Mike that Iran a bunch of fiction on Sabbatical. Yep Okay tell me what you were. Because I'm reading a bunch of fiction right now. Yeah well I always do. I often joke that I actually just professor to support my fiction in reading habits. Because I'm and I mostly listen to because that way I can just constantly listen to them when I'm sometimes walking driving doing dishes. London whatever So I listen veraciously. All kinds of things got some favorite authors like Ursula Gwynne and others but I just I just read Willa cather author. You know her. She was a famous nineteen twenty century. Her Book Called death comes for the archbishop. That was really good. I also read the entire David Foster oster wallace reader which is both fiction non fiction any Wallis. Some you know everything. Infinite Jest while infants all the way through that truth be told but all his essays everything it was fast essay that stands out to your hand. Yeah the one about the State Fair Illinois that was and and The one about television is a long essay about television. Its effect on people. Yeah so he wrote an essay on I think it's called collect. They've named a collection of essays this as well but both flash and not where he talks about tennis pros. Oh yeah that's right. That was man. It's incredible it was so he wrote that. I've never watched tennis in my life but after I read the essay I got on a bender with watching professional tennis. Yeah you don't you don't like sports. That actually have is that it is well. He's so ham fisted the rest of the very literally. Exactly I was GONNA say haven't reading David Foster ause because I've been watching football and I didn't you know what big game was on today. JV Edit tell somebody else's like is there a big game and they're like it was like who do you have today in college. Like is this the sports ball. Don't even Yeah Ursula. Gwen are you into science fiction too. I mean good science fiction. Science fiction is created equal. But I'm reading this collection of short stories by Ted. Yes absolute escalation escalation absolutely. No I just know cool. I like old school like okay. We'll Ted Chiang is amazing. I read the earlier collection and that the story and they're called the story of your life the basis for the movie movie arrival which is one of my all time favorite movies. Have we not talked about not using it got so. Hey it wasn't at Brad like several times and he did not get sick. Okay we'll start talking about cross fit or are you still there. Okay listen if you have not read Ted Cheese amazing. He's incredible okay. So that's Dr Pennington Worley. co-signing an endorsement. If you listen to this podcast broadcast hanging in there for you. We love to have you know. We're we're glad to have Dr. Go ahead please. Oh no no no no what is amazing about him and league win is the same way and you should care about this and you should try. Is that a think a lot. About the power of language in shaping our thinking An culture yeah and so both Lin Chang are constantly thinking about how we say things and the way we structure our society and how languages connected that. That's why that that movie arrival. Yeah did you ever see that. Yeah so it's not language it was about how I know amy. Yeah on that one whitaker's in it too right. The Guy Blackhawk as well as listening. I have a big crush on her. She reminds me of my childhood crush. Elizabeth Montgomery say an actual the person's name and that person would be listening going. Oh I never even knew that he was with again where he's an actual person. You might actually be witched. Oh Man who can forget are- even recording. This has been hot. No we are although I could talk to you about Hans Fictional the rest of the time that we have together. Dr Painting is a professor and author posture preacher. He's written a number of books. He has a friend to the TV institute. Big Friend Friend town this week and teaching It's been my favorite time of the year. It's the most wonderful time of the year so even when we started the training program one of the hopes was bringing in outside speakers Experts in their field but are also churchman. Church women people who who want to to do theology or new tests ultimate cities at the highest level in the academy but can also translate to the local church and we didn't know it was gonNA work five years ago But we brought you back five times so it's worked. It's pretty well and you know this. Our students have just really gravitated towards you. And I've also seen you Avenue now for seven eight years or so You've always been a wonderful the teacher and a good friend. But even as you've been preaching more your church just seeing God used that to shape you into a just a beautiful person into theologian into a real. You're a real person. You know what I mean by the air you're dealing with substantive issues but you're also living In a broken world that we're living in and you're able to speak speak in both of those worlds. Yeah so grateful for that well. It's the teaching works because of hungry people could be up there doing my stick and if people were hungry angry it wouldn't be the same. It's an interaction and so you guys have created something so beautiful here of hungry people who are seeking the Lord and trying to figure out their lives and and so it's annoying to come in and it's been fun part of that so you've been in town this weekend speaking about the gospel of Matthew. And would you say that has been where your focus has been the last number of years. It sounds like yeah so I had the great privilege of doing a PhD. In Matthew hasn't stopped since and I always when I think about Matthew I always think what he says in an esoteric way in chapter. Thirteen that The scribe train for the Kingdom of Heaven continues to bring out of his treasure house else. Things old and new and so we've been studying this book of Matthew for two thousand years and they're still. I've been studying for twenty years and every time I read it I see do things. They didn't see it especially everytime I preach from it one of the things that I've been amazed even though not write articles or books teach. It's when I go go to preach a passage that I come to understand it I think in its fullest way. What do you think that is I wanted to ask you about the the process of rediscovery? So somebody's many. Listen to this like okay. I'm on my Bible Reading Plan and I've done it faithfully the last twenty years. I'm coming up on a book of the Bible. I've Read Twenty Times Thirty Times Forty Times. What is some of that process of rediscovery for you as you walk the same path over and over again? How like where does that come from? Does it never feel like it's just old hat like well. Of course you know. This is what what he's doing here in the Greek and this matthew. This is a typical matthew. Move that he's making right here. Like what does rediscovery somebody no no but but what is But what does it look like. What rediscovery look like? Somebody's spending lots of time in one book of the Bible. Yeah I I think it is a it is a literary and theological Michael masterpiece and the reason. We're still reading it. Two thousand years later is obviously. It's in the Bible. We believe it's inspired. But it is a masterpiece. The reason it's still worth worth reading over and over and and a great piece of literature is one that you've reread. I just wanted to read once. And the more so structured and I always remind students that it by the time matthews written this thing down. He's been pondering and praying and preaching teaching and rearranging and editing for like thirty years. Probably by the time. He's this is is his magnum opus. This is as great piece. Just like we would read You know brothers Karamazov for something over and over and you'll see things in it even more. This is a masterpiece. Sure piece and you never get tired of it. I think the other thing and this is why things I so appreciate about all you guys. I'm thinking of Jan.. How much joy her books to her experience? As a teacher feature I think you'd probably affirm this that when you go to teach you go from passive learning to active learning and so that's what I think is amazing that I'm teaching teaching and preaching for Matthew. That's when I come to understand it more. I think you guys build things into the institude. Were there reversing say. Yeah I think so. I think a big part of the reason why I never gets boring is because I'm an active reader passive reader
British Girl Finds Christmas Card Message From Shanghai Prisoner
"A six year old girl in south London was writing Christmas cards to the kids in her class when she found a bizarre message written inside one of the cards it said in part we are our foreign prisoners forced to work against our will. Please help us. The card was made in China and the message appeared to be written by a factory worker. NPR's Frank Langfitt is watching all of this from London. He frank the high well. So what do we know about what happened here. Well the the girl names Florence Whitaker. My believe was opening up to to write to a friend and Inside the note also said it was it was written I think in caps it said please. He's notify Human Rights Organization. And please contact. Peter Humphry now Peter Humphrey lives in In Greater London he's a he was a corporate fraud investigator. Who served serve time in this exact prison ching-kuo Shanghai suburb now? Humphry was eventually released in two thousand fifteen and the family reached out to Humphry Who wrote about in the Sunday Times of Humphries to be a Reuters reporter The cord was sold by the British supermarket. Chain TESCO TESCO has said they're suspending any orders on on these cards And are investigating so in the meantime the Chinese Foreign Ministry says this is a hoax. They say it's just not true. Are they offering any evidence. Install not yet that I've seen but the Chinese company that made the cards is emphatic. That it never contracted with this prison. Outside of Shanghai and saying the charge of using forced labor is completely fabricated. Now the the Foreign Ministry. Actually this is very curious. Noel actually blames Humphry. Personally don't says that that he's suggests that he's behind all of this. Now there's a there's a past year. The Chinese government said Humphry was imprisoned for illegally collecting citizens information. I've talked to Humphrey Humphry on the phone. He says that Charles Bogus. It was never heard in court and he actually says he recognizes the handwriting of the card as a prisoner that he he knew when he was in the prison and now I asked him about the foreign ministry's claim that he's behind this and Humphry says this is just a typical kind of response that the government uses to any accusations about human rights abuses. This is the kind of opposite you get you get a lie. You get a complete lie in response. The one thing about this message is is a little bit different. Maybe it's very. He's very personal attack on me accusing Fabricating Story But you know. I didn't invent a little girl in south London than her father who have never known in my life and I didn't invent the message handed to me So it's absolutely ridiculous. Okay that was. Peter Humphry Frank. You were based in Shanghai for five years. Did you ever come across stories like this. Yeah it's actually not all that uncommon. These sorts of messages tend to surface in Chinese products. Every few years There back in two thousand twelve. There's a woman in Oregon who discovered an account of torture in Halloween decorations. That were made in China Back in two thousand fourteen. I interviewed on American sociology. Professor is named Stuart Foster. He'd served time for theft and I talked him after he got out From prison from jail actually and he said he'd been forced to assemble Christmas. slights in a jail in Guangdong Province. His quota was three thousand lights. I think a day and he said the prisoners who didn't meet quotas were beaten. This is what he told me. There was one one particular leader during the month of July that was particularly sadistic braided. A few of the Christmas light cores together and e would come up behind inmates that were working slow and slash them across the back. Now now foster told me that he remembered one inmate being whipped and this this inmate was mentally slow foster thought he could actually see the welts warm on his his back after he was struck. And after I did that story no L. I I've been I've received messages on facebook and elsewhere from other former inmates saying that they've made Christmas ornaments and things like that in Chinese prisons. All sounds outrageous. What did human rights groups say about? What's going on and on there? They say that this is kind of standard operating procedure. We're in a lot of prisons. In China. Prison business is prison. Manufacturing and and sort of providing labor is big business. You can find advertisements online's online for this and Human Rights Watch resume estimates. There could need millions working at this. I was talking to your Chiro Wong. She's a research with human rights. Watch and this is how she put according adding to Chinese law that prisoners as long as you have ability to labor. You'll have to labor so you know. Forced Labor is given imprisoned in China in the couple of seconds we have left their labor. Lots in China. Right there are but what a Yoyo says. The prison system is opaque and they don't follow
Detroit Tigers' Lou Whitaker again misses out on Baseball Hall of Fame
"The eighteen year wait continues Detroit Tigers ace and fuming former second baseman Lou Whitaker was not not selected the twenty twenty Major League Baseball hall of fame class nine former players and one executive are eligible for admission but it had to be from twelve of the sixteen members of the modern baseball committee only to met that threshold former catcher in Highland Park needed Ted Simmons and former exited director of the Major League Baseball Players Association Marvin Miller the modern baseball committee meets again in three years so sweetly will have to continue to
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Hey girlfriends so today we are recording special episode to talk about your email marketing now i know that business shows have been few and far on the shell but today i really wanted to focus on this because i know that those of you that are listening on some form of business and as a really terrible information here about email marketing and i just i just could not allow myself saying that just allow to let let it go saw i'm not letting it go today we're gonna talk about your email marketing you email marketing is not working for you because you don't have a solid strategy in place so on today's episode i'm going to talk to you about some of the mistakes that you're making it relates to your email marketing give you a couple of practical things that you could do all to start looking at how to advance your email marketing and then also let you know that we are having a masterclass at the end of the month because of this that will outlined some basic understanding of email marketing talk about three campaigns that you want to having your business as it relates to email marketing some of the mistakes that you want award as it relates to those campaigns as some checklist to make sure you are optimized for performance when you lost when you launch sorry and then if at the end of the class is you decide that you still need some additional help gonna share with you there how you can get the additional help so if you want to be a part of the masterclass all you have to do is text so grab a pen and paper really quickly or rewind the show so you wanna text email class tours it's not case sensitive to the phone number eight three two two one zero two zero one five again to join the class at the end of the month is happening october thirtieth at one PM eastern standard time you wanna be live because i'm accent it out in new replays this is the only time it'll be free after that you will have to pay for it but if you wanna be a part of that masterclass all you have to do to join is text the key words email class two words not case sensitive asked for the phone number eight three two two one zero tuesdays grow one five we'll hop on i'll spend a little time with you going over your email marketing let you know what to avoid and what you should be doing and then we'll go from there okay all right so until then let's hop today's episode and talk about some of the things that you are not doing correctly now and why your email marketing isn't working in some practical things that you should be able to change on your own to help to start to see better results in case so the number one reason why your email working working right now is because you have a solid strategy in place and you probably k. the potential clients from one part of the buying journey to the next okay so anytime somebody comes to your business and they wanna take you up on your services there's a particular process that a person has to go through in order to become a customer of yours well your email marketing job is to move down through each step of that process so a lot of times what you guys are doing is you're going out and making these free offers but you hadn't identified the buying process of the customer journey the potential client is gonna go on and because of that like your efforts kinda fall flat all right so let me give you an example of what that looks like so we have a free offer that we run around the site that gives away nineteen ideas for creating like a good lead magnet okay now asset is going to help somebody identify various ways to present the free offer but immediately after that once they've created the lead magnet now the next problem is they're going to need to figure out how to get people to the lead magnet and to answer that problem we have a course that we offer immediate the after and then through email that says okay if you've done this if you've completed this process in here's what you're probably dealing with to help you do that here's the offer that we have for you it be able to monetize from that free.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Slaying their family and professional tells you could say this show is the intersection of being a good boss mom and wife and doing them all on your own terms together we'll have unfilled their conversations with MOMS from across the world about what it really takes to have the life weeds dream about our guests will share stories of triumph fears and changes and will empower us with their own perspectives on how we can navigate through our own challenges and conquer them come out victorious on the other side our home I K. Whitaker is a successful entrepreneur currently renting two businesses alongside her husband Tim while raising four children ranging in age from an infant to a very busy teenager while still making time for each other and the things in life that they both love K. has designed the show to be a safe place for honesty wagner ability and empowerment to support one another as we boldly go after life streams.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"You have harsh mart I mean you can even go as far as like ebay. People sell things on Ebay. You know I mean now with online you. Kinda do run the risk of not being able to physically go and try on the pizzas that there's an option as well and like there are smart and Ebay there was another one. I can't think of the name of it but those are some different options. When you look the purchase that get hand pieces or you know re- love refashioned you know what I mean if you're not going in your retail stores though the Dacha so when we're shopping on consignment or were thrifty how how are we sell for example where business owners and we know we need to step up. I instagram right so we we need native pictures. You just need to polls and your stuff be so cute so you had a cute little skirts with taps. I remember one day ahead the tablet Gurgle but few you was like but when you putting those pieces together and I guess this is just shopping in general period because a lot of times you know I'm a mannequin shopper. I'll ooh cute. So how are they including the pieces together in his it. Are you shift drifting for particular. Look like you like okay. Hi This vibe that I'm going for right now. These are the pieces that are kind of fit the vibe so I'm going to look for these pieces ethics particular vices. How does that car work so you you can have a wish list. It could be a grip wish list or committed shopping wish because you know not everybody's GonNa be in Rickie but you can have a wish list. Now I do have a with a grip wishlist and basically these are like pieces then I'm not necessarily going out to voice necessarily because again. There's a thrift store. You know they're not gonNA have like a bulk of whatever item like. I can't go due to goodwill and say oh. I'm looking for a white shirt or you know I can't. I can't be specific but I need to also be compared that it's a third store. Whatever I'm looking for may not be there however I do have a wish list of items. I'm that you know if I come on it Hollandia. You know what I mean but also for me. I'm just going because I'm such an ECLECTIC. He collected person when it comes to style when I look for pieces when I'm out shopping whether it's thrift or retail when I'm out out looking and I find something I'm asking myself okay well. How many ways can I wear this piece and I come up with redefined ways that I can wear this piece with something that I already have in my closet a making the most out of my dollars. Oh you know what I mean by ten dollars on it. You know two dollars two dollars but you know twenty five dollars to twenty five dollars or two hundred and fifty dollars two hundred and fifty dollars. I Still WanNa make the most of my money because I'm not you know out here you know with Kim Kardashian dan money or the lunges money or celebrity or a millionaire bank account. I don't have this over me. I have to make sure that whatever I'm buying. I ain't going to be a wise investment that I can the it'll return. You Know Multiple Times though if I'm going to buy you know this sleeveless dress. How many ways can I sell this sleeveless dress. You know what I mean. People say where's your is okay yeah but I don't have to always wear heels heels with address. I can put sneakers sandals. I can wear it with a carnegie or can I wear it with. A denim jacket can wear a blazer. Can I built it if burns down the Franken I open it and whereas the dust there you know what I mean right. I I don't have to say oh well. I just have this dress and I only wear it one way. But what else can I do with this dress where it fits into my current wardrobe from you know having again again the wishlist. I'm also trying to make sure that this is GonNa be a wise purchase for me. which and if I can I want to kind of segue anyway in two trends yep go when when we talk about trends and a lot of people are into Trans and nothing wrong with it is absolutely nothing wrong with these trends but again when you're considering you know bringing trends or attorney pieces into into your wardrobe again. We want to ourselves. How many times how many ways cannot wear this because you don't want to go by you know? Is this this going out there. You don't want to buy a bike congress and you're GONNA wear one. this is wasted money wasted money and it's also kind of a waste yeah you know to the environment you know what. I mean is a waste of the environment it so when you're thinking about incorporating translate into your wardrobe you. WanNa make sure that this is going to be something that you can carry throughout. You know how however long you know what I mean. I'm not saying you have to keep it forever and ever and my pants and down to you know your keys. He is and all that stuff but again. WanNa make sure that this is going to be something. That's GONNA fit well into your current Lloyd. Put Wardrobe so that you can you know get your mind worth out of Iraq and have a look for a decent amount of time especially if you're GonNa Invest in Dallas because the trendy stuff to me seems like it's more expensive than the classic stuff that you can count or repurpose and do what you're saying. Kinda make different outfits for you spend and you know a top dollar for that stuff as a style right now and next season. You can't wear it no more because if you write an interest into for me I don't get caught up in trends being is I want to be in the individual. You know what I mean like for me so like the last post that I posted on instagram which is really mainly focusing on the skirt scarred as like a neon neon is huge this season but uh-huh and it will huge in the wintertime as well but for me. It was like okay yeah. NEON is trending. This is also also a pleated skirt. I love scars a painting. Only how how is skirts were very well for me. Can I bring this skirt with me for the next three to five years and the answer is yes. I don't care if nobody is wearing neon. I'm GonNa wear any and I like it and I bought it. You know what I mean so you do plan out for that specific amount of time like this long term strategy yeah yeah now there are. GonNa be pieces that are just that standalone piece and that's fine too. You know what I mean man. I'm not saying that you have to go out and and every time you buy something you have to think about how many way he can wear it because you are like those special occasion pieces. Are you GONNA you're. I'm an out of those items that you can pretty much only wear it one way. Maybe switch a which of the and that's something wrong to have those pieces but again. That's also something that you can carry you know from. You know maybe one year to the next year one-season for the next season. You know what I mean. That's just my advice so that's a whole science suggests style so let's talk to the Mamas real quick because I have not month old you know and I ain't got mismatch back. Jess yet are is of my body that and I'm like Oh. This didn't used to look like this. You know kids back but I still like you said I still WANNA be sexy. I still WANNA be hat for my man when look at me out I what him to have that reaction for me and I want to have that reaction for myself when I look at myself in the mirror. I've always said that when I look in the mirror okay you can't come the I'll. Do we start to start our bodies when you know it's not exactly what we used to me. We still kind of want to sixty and I know some of that is mental. So if you WanNa talk about that you could help us do that process when we don't look exactly like what what we used to look why but we WANNA make the body that we have come back to life. Give us those feelings the same way that it used to okay so for his mom. The majority of us have like mom gigs okay. I'll put it out there. We have muffin top flat tires. Whatever you WanNa College is not the most flattering part of our bodies but there are of our bodies that we do love that you know so when you think about styling for your body now think about bringing in pieces awaiting pieces that highlight the part out of your body that you do love you know what I mean so like the outages meet for an example while I'm not you you know what I mean. I'm not thrilled with my tummy. is loot you know dump trump and I typically don't do I don't do pencil skirts. Anything that's going to highlight the fact that my stomach isn't the flat is I'd say away from however and that's all I guess I don't have what you call a favourite part of my body you know it for me. It is what it is a look like what I looked like but I do have a decent that of short legs so I would wear scarves. You know what I mean. Where is not going to be a mainly scary because you I'm not doing it but if if a mom and you have like a Bangladeshi Leagues and even if you have a banking saving lives but you love your legs and that's what you rank highlight. That's what you want to essentially. They you wear a skirt or whether short long many or what have gene by other pieces that you want to you know. Kinda bring in that's going to highlight that portion of your body and Dan for me. I wear you know t shirt or a lowly show anything. That's not going to like fit tight around my stomach. I may find a skirt this kind of high waisted so that I can pull it up over you know one of the layers of my stomach the other thing now. My husband loves my breasts. He loves my cleavage. I grew rabbinate's so for me. I'm a little hesitant about that girl Laura. You have to say it and he asked me girl If you show a little I met the wrong sean locally these from time to time I will incorporate you know like pieces their show a look cleavages but still hot Moscow make area. I'm looking forward things that are going to hi my quote and I don't WanNa say flaws my areas right but then Dan I want to find pieces that will highlight the part of my body. Did I do like you know what I mean. What I'm hearing you say is like so for example. The crop tops and stuff is spraying spot to be SOMMA. You know all of us don't have each body ready bodies but doors are selling like these craps just because they don't mean you gotta buy it more. Importantly what you should do is looking for the pieces of you that you you love in them by pieces that are going to bring those pieces to light in an stay away from the stuff that highlights what you're not comfortable with. They don't buy a crop top because you'll some looks like 'cause you don't have a six game. I'm not saying that like for me right but way that I've incorporated rated a few not a whole lot. I don't have a whole lot but how I've incorporated crop tops. Is I find pieces that I tend like pool over my stomach nominee so that it meets the bottom of the shirt. You know what I mean like only slither skiing to say the crowd pop but you know my my wholesaler but now you know for me. I bring my bottoms up a little higher to meet the crop top so I can INSA- because there are some nice crop but you know. I don't want to have my stomach house. Though that's what I do and again it can do it. You know what I mean but at the same time if you don't care if your family flat or not and cropped up that your do you know what I mean. I'm not a girl you know you don't need that all right she looking at me like why then put me in a position to suggest her are which like no grounds to judge the person and I and I and and let me tell you this. I'M NOT GONNA LIE IN MY head. Sometimes I'd be like but now nearly talk about plus size to there are and some plus size hervey cheeks out here. Qa out here killing it and I'd be like oh I I wish they had that in my size because I would yup and then again when I talk about plus or curvy girls. They are out out here like wearing stuff that they might look at me like so if I can wear. Why can't you why I'm just again for me I'm not comfortable with wearing certain things you know what I mean so from your body it. Also you have to also draw from your own confidence. How confident are you could be. Maybe they should say a size eighteen you wearing a body for years around twenty eight wearing a crop. You know what I mean about here can actually pull it off and maybe yes look at them and utilize girl so you don't feel any type of way about it and they like no how Yup so it's mental and if I'm hearing correctly like the style doesn't necessarily have to do with the piece of the clothing although the clothing is cute it it complements your own personal thoughts about who who you are and what you can get away with and what you've hospitable pudding on so for me you know my husband is but man so he liked the bully you know someone took it a little bit nine month all kind of went away a little bit. She coming back just a little bit. I'm getting back.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"We laughed we talk but most importantly Lonnie sheer real life stories about her journey and Entrepreneurship Divorce Motherhood having to move who've because of a natural disaster in still being able to pick up herself and now she's the founder of a very successful leather a handbag company that she found it while she was on a speaking engagement in Morocco. Now you think that's something you have to hear the stories that she tells about what it took in order for her to get these handbags to us and I am not going to ruin the surprise but you will not believe the things that at this woman has went through in order to make sure she's able to provide the type of high quality handbags that you see on instagram right now so without further ado let's happen to today's episode be sure at the end of the episode you let let me snow that you found on the k whitaker show and let me. I know what you think over on Instagram if analogies I'll see you on the show. You're listening to the K whitaker podcast created for boss. MOMS on wives committed to slaying their family and professional goals. You could say this show is the intersection of being a good boss mom and wife and doing.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"But it just take transit find their balance in when that hey happening you did voices <unk> about the not just decided to make sure that I took like a couple of days a week right should always strictly on him. He's on wor mets way to you do and I think that's the reality of marriage <hes> people always and until my younger siblings this all the time having younger brother that's married and when he was getting mad he's like oh I love her. I'm like what did take more to love. It is work because there are times where ambition is GonNa give away and you're going to have to choose what's important and when you are working in something like what you're talking about where it's passion for you and you want to three o'clock in the morning in a hub says hold all you know I need your attention. I'm feeling Kinda like you know you married to your job. Let's pause on that. You got a choice to make it that point. Are you gonNA continue to operate in the demand that you've been in. Are you going to choose <music> to love your husband and say okay. I understand let me take a minute and pay attention to your needs to make sure on still satisfying the role as a wife. An ESA chiller does not emotion you gotTA choose. It is very it's very hard to do especially when that drive at so in all you wanted to get your off so this bake creating it so let's let's talk about that for a little bit right wing because you do have a husband. That's very supportive. How did you get him to buy into the vision and and knowing that this was something that was gonna maybe take away from also for a little bit and so you can get into a position where they became a contributing part of what was going on for honk management? At least he like okay. What's the bottom line where we call but maxwell? That's a very like if I I'm jumping off the Eiffel Tower like baby. What's going to be the end result? You know what you need. Why are we going to be at as you WANNA call our being active by taking down he that do but work but I had to do on a Friday to help them understand how was not a help? Can you share some fed relationship advice that you have well. I think I was fortunate in area because I believe I will always be the reason why he fell for me is because he saw that I had this driving ambition in life. I was not went to do what I wanted to do. With ever that made a the onset lean in that never change is is insiders rotation. He's also entreprenuer. Yes yes in his architecture Brown for Artem <unk> so he understands that end by how you said our wear very detail of <unk> a free sear. I'll just do I may not have play onto in which appreciate because that had a focus the inmates means homeland. I didn't have to do a lot of this. You know try to convince him that you know. Entrepreneurship is the way to I know that idea that about me. In the first place he knew going eat new going in at this time it helps that he's an extra nor and he understands the world of entrepreneurship in worship in the highest lull rocky roles that you can have to his arm show that definitely help. Let's go back we are we're in Louisiana now. Naked stick rattle show. It's a success. How long did you manage the bridal show career career why <unk> four years more years yes probably would have done a long but again is just remember Jose persons to some things in you're not you're not really prepare me? It was really and so well to the point that I had people that some of the vendors they were like. Please don't don't do it. Would you dale <unk> each but you know I'm younger that town on learning so now all of this is you know now that you buy out of this in Cuba he he can vary very tasks taxing on May because it's a lot of work by even though you get finished with it you're prepared for the next year so that means you're constantly a Gomel all the time and trying to make sure that you're trying the make bigger and better or make sure that you have the same amount vendors are more. It's a lower so we're in this year run and it started to begin while it's a great thing. It's a blessing. You're excited about it. There's some things in it. The cost you to shut it down. Let's talk about the challenge of everybody's. Oh my gosh she got four years. I WanNa know what work but a lot of times you can learn the lessons from what she went through. That was the struggle because because those things that are really going to teach you how to avoid some things that you probably should avoid and you can prepare for so in. You'll have to share all but just maybe one thing in that time. That became something that was obviously you that was all and how did you Kinda starts in navigate through okay so the the one thing now resolve was just mad at that time <hes> let's see by the time. Nobody was maybe in kindergarten first grade in his they're talented so now he's getting involved in more so motta was being <unk> occurs because are having to make assured <unk> literally in kindergarten grade you was doing plays being would yes feel that now what's amazing but he started becoming more involved in the N._f._C. started swimming. He started swimming on head in the actress competing so now are truly become more than mom whereas when he was an infant are kinda like in that town says it was a little bit more easy to navigate because I wasn't having to move around it was just me coming home care him in the but now I'm having to split my time truly being mother in taking into these extracurricular activities in making sure that they homework or worse yes. It's become a little bit more on time consuming and I felt like I wanted giving my all to the business that I had start right. 'cause I'm starting to let it and on top of bed after four years you have sister-in-law who is still she entrepreneurial minded to and now she's wanting to venture off in. I can't pay can't afford awards is set up a man war from what I was saying. I was breaking for her of my time and then you have other somebody else who is looking to extend way also next worry firm started to break down meaning our had to put more Angela which I I couldn't put into it so that wide dissolves. Now you know kind of looking back on that struggle it would have been <unk> maybe tap into macy's of brands relatives they have it could've assisted or all the money that our spending on all of his marketing may kind of relive in bed to include in assistant because test it was a rate embiid in I really hate okay all right so we dissolve the wedding business that we immediately go into speaking or do we just fall back a little bit and say you know what I'm GonNa. Take some time off and I'm just GONNA work. 'cause I still have that. I'm going to get myself together as a mile. Make sure I got that down and Ben. I'm a go back into something in my what was the plan at the dissolved. Yes I did idea do they add to some time because it was it was overwhelming at the moment and so I just felt like now's the time for me to just just lots of focus on my career. You know you go through that that this is probably what I need to do this year. I'm being a service of people will just what I love so that's what I wanted to. Yes way as you're working yep. He's just nagging at you like girls but at the same time I already speaking in training with our word Yup and so that's kind of late into after our do all these speaking in training engagements rid my job in when people are reaching APPs you could you do this. Well Yeah I definitely do. That's where it Kinda back into itself. I will say I probably a good two years off where I was only doing that. You know working on my job in on okay so we got two years. We give ourselves balanced and it starts each again. I'm ready you know 'cause I think we all got that you like apple that part of this now. What's when that yet started to come out? Did you immediately know that it was sneaking at. What did the how the speaking about? Where did that baby come from okay? I'll I knew that I liked speaking but for some reason people can him reaching out to me for helping to help them with their business life starting out there and even people do that but even though acts like <music> is two years I didn't go right into the odds on that with my dad's outside but when are reaching out for me add to started assisting them with Inaction Colleague Coaching Innocence started down with <unk> creating do their business occurrences just seen all all this is what you know seeking to mile leg. It was still on moved from H._I.. Z. Into people you have people listening from everywhere <unk> Houston but another <unk> abusive <unk> Aldi infants became rector it wasn't until being where I started truly implementing leadership leadership programs there and seeing results from that where decided okay I remind really be who's the leadership. I'll tell you that probably a good and now I like that you share those numbers because I think a lot of times we think is gonNA come like right now or it'll be tomorrow and that's not always real like you he and guys we get so caught up on what we see on instagram that we lose track of the thought that you don't know how long it's the people to get there so ex questions Che's might what will the process because you don't want to be fooled by the end result because that's after we've went in the the struggle as after we went through the storm you can see the gory but for most of us it take time to get there was a five year journey so we're looking at four six nine years. y'All of a journey to give it to a position now where you can say okay. This is what I want to do. And is this like this year last year like how much more time before we are at Shalva speaks we go on everywhere now actually came about while our still working in I want people the understand was worke and but now my son is getting older and he is dead or kind of the net when when the kids younger is all about mom had now four prominent play in Dan say it you know so I had a little bit more extra time for basketball you know Sean speaks had been around for an essay the the company or about five years apart literally hey I I did not go out on my own until last year. You're in LANSAC Tober so I had only been out on on. What is that like five months? Yes yes yes. I have literally been on mile for five months and I'm gonNA tell you probably could've done it a long time ago. But sometimes you get a little cheerful. <hes> ends that fear prevents you from from doing at I absolutely no that the law had I've been telling me to move but I'm not to be uncomfortable getting that NAS Haitian new every to bet now dog in crown that funded mice betrays put how Martin my marketing stuff together my west all day but sometimes the Laura will put you in a situation that will cause you to Moolah okay. We're not really knitted last year in I I think because of all of the work had previously is why now I am not missing A.. B. is standing steel roller and that's the ball when you on your own you WanNa make sure that you can bring that money in now. It didn't tell that planning a democracy net Vicky when I said I wanted to leave my will plant definitely what you're looking at doing that anybody's workman in their food for the work of work as far as their own business even though they're working makes you have a solid plan you gotta look at your finances three months of finances..
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Hey Ladies I on so excited about today's episode because we get to talk to my friend. Mrs Sean Von who is a heart forward leadership expert and she is going to tell you all about what that is in today's episode but the the the sharp part of the story is she travels nationally helping corporations develop their employees into leaders using the heart forward method. She's GonNa explain exactly what it is in today's episode. When I met Sean I was following her on linked in and I was very impressed <hes> by her credential? She's one congressional awards. She's been recognized as V._I._P.. Woman of the year and anytime you start start to get those type of recognitions like I want to know how you got there. I want to know how you balance it. I realized that she was a mob. She was a wife and she was moving around and shake. It and I'm like okay man. We got a lot going on and what I found out in. Today's episode is set up so maybe five months ago she was doing all of that and still working in her very demanding in very prestigious fulltime job so you're gonNa hear all about that story on today and I want you to really listen listen to the message that she shares because shot has been through a lot in her journey to entrepreneurship and she shares very graciously about the lessons that she's learned the mistakes that she's made and she shares with us how she strategically plans for for how she's going to tackle the things that life brings to her so that she can do exactly what she's doing now and that's live in the purpose that she knows she's been designed to live in so make sure you are tuned in for the full episode Soda. You really get an opportunity to connect with the show at the end of the show of Sean touches your heart make sure you connect with her and let her know you heard on the show. That's the whole demise of this whole girl chat thing is to make connections and Bill Community so make sure you let her know all that you heard has story here so without further ado we are going to happen to the episode. Be Sure you let me know what you think. Be Sure you have subscribed.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"I will just happy feet I and and try to figure it out later and I've had to do the opposite? I've had to sit down and strategically plan. How life is going to go at each season? Generally we will do this at the beginning of each semester for school. During the summertime we'll sit down and look at what everybody has gone on and then we'll set some non-negotiables and we'll set the plan say okay this is it. This is what we're GONNA do and if anything comes up outside of this talk about it you know let's let's have a conversation. Let's not commit to anything that's going to conflict with what we already have. In place this allows for easy decision making for us. This allows for us also also find that time that we do have available so if it say we WANNA go hang out with our friends or there's an event or something that we see that we want to go to it's easier for to look at what we've already set aside as our time time to see what time we truly have available and then feel that other space with things that we truly want to do date nights important to us so we plan for right and you know spontaneity yeah yeah. It's Nice but when you've got a six person household to businesses a fulltime job like that's just not real for US anyway because that's not the type of life that we live. My husband's personality is very A. He don't like to wait till the last minute to do stuff. He wants to planet out because he wants to be able to manage the budget and you know plan itineraries analogous stuff it just does not work well for him so just at the drop of the dime. We can't hop up and do stuff. We've got to take careful consideration to everything that we've got going on or else. We're going to be coup for Kuku puffs. This also helps me say no because a lot of times I WANNA do stuff but if I have already conversations with family I know how tim fields. I know what's expected from me. As far as the kids are concerned. I know what business has gone on. I can confidently look at my life and say yeah. I'll have room for that right now and it's not a dig is not. I'm mad at anybody not that I don't WanNa go. It's just that I don't have the physical capacity to do that. So I'M GONNA have to decline in this season. You know and you just explain that to people if people can't respect that boundary boundary than that's their problem doesn't have anything to do with you that something that they need to work through on their all. I found this really really helpful when it came to the season where I had to give Ministry AG- I just had my daughter. I was very active in ministry very active in leadership but there just wasn't space for me to be away from the home at the church at in that area of life we really guilty because we always doing God's work but that's God's Church and got will find the people in the seasons that he needs him to be an it's family. It's got I was your relationship with him. Then your family than everything else and if what I am doing in the name of ministry quote unquote is taking away from my responsibilities in my abilities to perform at my Max at home than than something's got to go and I can't give up the stuff that I have to give up at home so I've got to release these things and in order for me to be a good mother and to provide for my family. I have to work so there's gotta be a pecking order together. As a family we come up with picking ordinary as we come up with with the priorities are for that and we determined our plan of action on how we're going to attack it so I kinda got off on a tangent so I wanna Kinda recap this for you for a little bit just to make it clear for you and you send you off on your way to try to see if this thing could worked so just doesn't recap Mrs how he kinda operate all right. We got a priority check system right right so anytime. I'm feeling like I'm off like we strategically do this three times out of the ear but if I feel like in that time I'm getting off and I have to go and reevaluate what's going on to make sure we're still all on the same page so pretty much. The way it works.
"whitaker" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show
"Awesome. I wouldn't change my family life for the world. I've got amazing girlfriends but there is something about being in the presence. She's not going to church right the charges for the fellowship it's. Is being around other people that share common interest trying to get to a common goal and that is what I want this to be your common goal I get it. I get what you're going through this. I get that sometimes sometimes you don't feel like showing up high. Get this sometimes you don't have the words to articulate how you feel and what you need. I get that sometimes you just rather not but I also get that you've got goals. You've got ambitious. You've got dreams you've got desires and you've got places where you're trying to go and people that you're trying to see so I get it and because I get it and because I understand it I want to help you get through those things things and I wanNA bring you other people that can help you get through those things as well and if the whole idea behind the show and that is what we're going to do yeah there will be times where we talk about business. There will Lee Times where we talk about managing your money managing your hill managing the business part lessons learned from business. We're going to address those things but most importantly I know that if we could together get ourselves in order personally mentally spiritually if we can get those things in alignment that everything else will work itself out. This is the one place that I want to be able to come to provide community safety comfort vert confidence women so that you can start to create and continue to build the life that you know you deserve to live. That's it in essence. That is the K whitaker podcast. Ain't that something Anthony has nothing to do which is to grab profile. This has everything to do with what's going on in that body yours and how we are going to be the the best versions of ourselves that we can be all right so that's the show that's what you can expect a gift for me episode after episode after episode after episode my husband and I are going to share our experiences <hes> through our marriage parenting this family <hes> we're a blended family so we're GonNa talk about the ups and downs of that like and it's GonNa get real some of the conversations that I have had have been unfiltered so if you have kids this is your time where you going in your bathroom and lock your bathroom and put your headphones on egg. You take an hour week just to focus on you and soon everybody out. You might hear a couple of you. You know multi syllable words but that's okay you know they don't come from me. I try to keep it clean but if I've got somebody here we're just going to have conversations guys that don't mean we'll love God that just mean we express ourselves differently. Okay craft just wanted to make that clear because I know you see explicit on the show. I know so excited to release this show on my birthday. You got the rundown down of how the show works. You kinda have a big picture idea of how all of this came about <hes>. There's so many things that I cannot wait to share with you but for this episode we have accomplished what we set out to do. Do is the rough unfiltered unedited version of my heart. <hes> be on the lookout for the next show to come out <hes> in a couple of days here once we have the mixed episode come out. It's probably probably gonNA release on Sunday. Not Probably it will release on Sunday and then after Sunday are episodes were released every Wednesday <hes> you'll have a new episode in your ears <hes> going forward so it's customary that at the end of the show US podcast host we actually for your reviews we action for your input and we're going to start this thing off right. If you joined us for our first episode please ACIS. If you're excited about what we're getting ready to do with this show. Let me know leave me a review. Send me a D._M.. On instagram let me know you're here. You're reviews. Skies are going to be so important to to the growth of this show. Your views is how I get sponsorship which helps me finance to show your reviews is how I guessed that you want to hear. Some of you have sent in some requests for some hard hit it was well. We're going to have to prove to them that it's worth them being on the show and that comes through you downloading rating subscribing and sharing with your people so as early as today if you are just as excited about this show on just as excited about where. We're we're getting a go as I am. Then please rate subscribe review. Send me a D._A._M.. Let me know you did so <hes>. Let me know that you're listening. That would be best birthday gift gift ever <hes> and let's make it happen. That's it for now ladies I. I'm really really excited and so the next episode on Sunday we'll be back. <hes> just remember I get it I get it. I get what you're going through. I see you and we are going to do life together. See You on the next episode guys at.