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"whiteley" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

"Welcome to breaking the glass slipper. I'm mcginley i'm short bond and i'm lacey handsome space. The final frontier an empty endless expensive nothing teeming with life. But you really need to look beyond the confines of our will to find loneliness. We are currently fighting pandemic and in its wake a loneliness epidemic despite a constant striving for companionship. It could be said that to be lonely is to be human. And what's more human than exploring our hopes and fizz in literature so here to help us discuss loneliness and the human condition a seen through the science fiction lens is the incomparable leah. Whiteley thank you for joining us today. Would you please like to introduce yourself to our listeners. Even though you have been on once before but we love you so much that you all here to join us again. I have been on before. I'm delighted to be here again. I thank you for that I'm elliot wisely right strange novels and short stories up and doing that for a while. That's that's it. that's what i do. Oh i should probably say the sky is the is the new one. That's coming in march. Yes and it's very good. I just finished it and enjoy it. That's good yes. I think i was explaining to my partner like your books. I heart this. You find this compliments for me. You'll books up fabulously weird. That's definitely a compliment. Yeah okay. I like it. When books really surprised me. So i try and write books already surprise other people. Get what you think. I just don't know where this is going to go. I think that's that's kind of what i'm aiming for time so definitely achieved beauty. I'd really did. Yeah i think i really. I really pushed that. Want as far as i possibly could so successfully. No i say. I was a recommend not people was think about all well my recommending this to in it could be okay with that. Yeah they're going to be okay with it. Yeah i know what you mean you need to check with is going to be the right audience for it but i do. I do love it when people come to that one and and read it through for the first time. so let's carry on and turn our minds to loneliness. Wow yeah i want to apologize to everybody for the whole just about to sit here and talk for an hour by loneliness which might not be what anybody wants to talk about it right now. So there we go there. Is that but meziane on the coal. Let's turn it is topical but also we talk about learning. There's an understanding linus. Maybe we'll come to find some sort of feeling of togetherness and now. I feel a bit like some sort of hippie but yes that is the thing about loneliness isn't it. Is the paradox at the heart of it. Is you got to be able to describe it to somebody else to achieve togetherness loneliness togetherness and as you say. It's a little bit strange okay. Well let's let's start. So why do you think that stories of of isolation and loneliness so common particularly in saifi so. I think that i hadn't really thought about it in those terms in till you kinda said that. That's where the conversation Might go in preparation for this and Then it really reminded me of a bike. Do dote sorry for that. It reminds me of when i used to be a chambermaid. For years in my in my teenage years. I used to work hotel over the summer months and one day i was doing the rhymes and went into room twenty-seven and walked in there and just had the strongest sation that something wasn't right but i couldn't have put my finger on what it was and then i saw like a very big black fly on the wall. I just had that feeling that something wasn't right. And i saw another fly and another one i turned around in the hole behind me was just covered in flies. Just black with them. They'd kind of blocked there all over the windows while they blocked at the sunlight. And i went downstairs and said we're gonna fly problem in room twenty seven and i was presented with account of fly spray and towed to to go and deal with it tonight and i felt extreme loneliness as i walked. Walked back to that room to to deal with the fly. Problem and sort of sprayed halfheartedly with the counter fly spray at a few of them and just thought this is. This is never going to. This is never going to work and Yes i think once you start looking at the doesn't think back in truck in a strange way. Once you start looking at the loneliness in saifi then you you see. It won't twice. She said three times. And then you turn ryan. It's just absolutely everywhere. I'm beginning to think it might be the pervasive factor in in science fiction and even in literature in general it fights like the loneliness of the human condition. Yeah so that's where. I am with that right now but i wasn't really thinking about that until you asked me about loneliness now. It's kind of all. I can think about right now. So thank you.

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Loneliness in science fiction with Aliya Whiteley

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

05:37 min | 7 months ago

Loneliness in science fiction with Aliya Whiteley

"Welcome to breaking the glass slipper. I'm mcginley i'm short bond and i'm lacey handsome space. The final frontier an empty endless expensive nothing teeming with life. But you really need to look beyond the confines of our will to find loneliness. We are currently fighting pandemic and in its wake a loneliness epidemic despite a constant striving for companionship. It could be said that to be lonely is to be human. And what's more human than exploring our hopes and fizz in literature so here to help us discuss loneliness and the human condition a seen through the science fiction lens is the incomparable leah. Whiteley thank you for joining us today. Would you please like to introduce yourself to our listeners. Even though you have been on once before but we love you so much that you all here to join us again. I have been on before. I'm delighted to be here again. I thank you for that I'm elliot wisely right strange novels and short stories up and doing that for a while. That's that's it. that's what i do. Oh i should probably say the sky is the is the new one. That's coming in march. Yes and it's very good. I just finished it and enjoy it. That's good yes. I think i was explaining to my partner like your books. I heart this. You find this compliments for me. You'll books up fabulously weird. That's definitely a compliment. Yeah okay. I like it. When books really surprised me. So i try and write books already surprise other people. Get what you think. I just don't know where this is going to go. I think that's that's kind of what i'm aiming for time so definitely achieved beauty. I'd really did. Yeah i think i really. I really pushed that. Want as far as i possibly could so successfully. No i say. I was a recommend not people was think about all well my recommending this to in it could be okay with that. Yeah they're going to be okay with it. Yeah i know what you mean you need to check with is going to be the right audience for it but i do. I do love it when people come to that one and and read it through for the first time. so let's carry on and turn our minds to loneliness. Wow yeah i want to apologize to everybody for the whole just about to sit here and talk for an hour by loneliness which might not be what anybody wants to talk about it right now. So there we go there. Is that but meziane on the coal. Let's turn it is topical but also we talk about learning. There's an understanding linus. Maybe we'll come to find some sort of feeling of togetherness and now. I feel a bit like some sort of hippie but yes that is the thing about loneliness isn't it. Is the paradox at the heart of it. Is you got to be able to describe it to somebody else to achieve togetherness loneliness togetherness and as you say. It's a little bit strange okay. Well let's let's start. So why do you think that stories of of isolation and loneliness so common particularly in saifi so. I think that i hadn't really thought about it in those terms in till you kinda said that. That's where the conversation Might go in preparation for this and Then it really reminded me of a bike. Do dote sorry for that. It reminds me of when i used to be a chambermaid. For years in my in my teenage years. I used to work hotel over the summer months and one day i was doing the rhymes and went into room twenty-seven and walked in there and just had the strongest sation that something wasn't right but i couldn't have put my finger on what it was and then i saw like a very big black fly on the wall. I just had that feeling that something wasn't right. And i saw another fly and another one i turned around in the hole behind me was just covered in flies. Just black with them. They'd kind of blocked there all over the windows while they blocked at the sunlight. And i went downstairs and said we're gonna fly problem in room twenty seven and i was presented with account of fly spray and towed to to go and deal with it tonight and i felt extreme loneliness as i walked. Walked back to that room to to deal with the fly. Problem and sort of sprayed halfheartedly with the counter fly spray at a few of them and just thought this is. This is never going to. This is never going to work and Yes i think once you start looking at the doesn't think back in truck in a strange way. Once you start looking at the loneliness in saifi then you you see. It won't twice. She said three times. And then you turn ryan. It's just absolutely everywhere. I'm beginning to think it might be the pervasive factor in in science fiction and even in literature in general it fights like the loneliness of the human condition. Yeah so that's where. I am with that right now but i wasn't really thinking about that until you asked me about loneliness now. It's kind of all. I can think about right now. So thank you.

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"whiteley" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

05:22 min | 7 months ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

"At breaking the glass lipa way believe it is important to have conversations about women and issues of intersectional feminism within science fiction fantasy and horror to continue to do so. We need your help. Please consider supporting us on patriots. Join the conversation by following us on twitter. Facebook and instagram welcome to breaking the glass slipper. I'm mcginley i'm short bond and i'm lacey handsome space. The final frontier an empty endless expensive nothing teeming with life. But you really need to look beyond the confines of our will to find loneliness. We are currently fighting pandemic and in its wake a loneliness epidemic despite a constant striving for companionship. It could be said that to be lonely is to be human. And what's more human than exploring our hopes and fizz in literature so here to help us discuss loneliness and the human condition a seen through the science fiction lens is the incomparable leah. Whiteley thank you for joining us today. Would you please like to introduce yourself to our listeners. Even though you have been on once before but we love you so much that you all here to join us again. I have been on before. I'm delighted to be here again. I thank you for that I'm elliot wisely right strange novels and short stories up and doing that for a while. That's that's it. that's what i do. Oh i should probably say the sky is the is the new one. That's coming in march. Yes and it's very good. I just finished it and enjoy it. That's good yes. I think i was explaining to my partner like your books. I heart this. You find this compliments for me. You'll books up fabulously weird. That's definitely a compliment. Yeah okay. I like it. When books really surprised me. So i try and write books already surprise other people. Get what you think. I just don't know where this is going to go. I think that's that's kind of what i'm aiming for time so definitely achieved beauty. I'd really did. Yeah i think i really. I really pushed that. Want as far as i possibly could so successfully. No i say. I was a recommend not people was think about all well my recommending this to in it could be okay with that. Yeah they're going to be okay with it. Yeah i know what you mean you need to check with is going to be the right audience for it but i do. I do love it when people come to that one and and read it through for the first time..

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"whiteley" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Podcast 42

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"whiteley" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

03:47 min | 9 months ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

"So here's the speed round. i ask everyone and The first question is what is beauty mean to you. Beauty is a feeling i believe. It's a feeling that you have on the inside about yourself and it is a feeling that you leave the people who surround yourself with or the people that you interact with and i think inherently. It's a good feeling. What is your daily makeup. Routine your quick maker purdue quit make routine would be you know. Skincare routine obviously and then Conceal her brow. Bronze blush couple of eyelashes. If it's really quick. And then i would say like a little bit of lip balm only liner in bomb dot super-quick day to day. And how about your favorite cocktail favorite cocktail eleven moscow mule love imago rita. I love just a straight keeler on the rocks. I love old. Cocktails basically have never met. What mike are you a cupcake or a crist lover. Chris chris hundred percent saw avery old. Yeah all day long all right one last question. What is the craziest thing you've ever done just for fun. I danced onstage with flo rida. I'm trying to think of saying let's any to think of things that i probably could repeat on this podcast festival but you need to have a little more fun road. I know wyatt thousand percent needs to have more. I house and i'm like this year it's done done. I need to fun. Yeah this gives you permission. So could you tell everyone where we could hear more and find an and find. You will anybody who wants to find me his my home address and my my bone. But i'm i'm rosie h.w. On instagram rose. Inc dot com. If you'd like to find out more about pet it's dot com definitely recommend any new mothers. Oh parents to to check out those products and really. That's how you can find me. I think other than probably combating pr company. It was such a joy talking to you. And i'm really grateful that you came on the podcast and i look forward to meeting on person monday. Yeah me too. But we thanking is such an icon big kiss for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows this holiday season pepsico is partnering with toys for touch to give a gift with every bottle. With every purchase specially marked pepsi mountain dew and sierra mist two liter bottles pepsi cola will donate ten cents to toys for tots. So head on over to your local giant and give the gift of giving happy holidays from pepsi at american public university. We believe quality education must be more affordable. That's why as a leader in online higher education. We focus on minimizing costs and maximizing return on learner investment and we believe higher education must be more accessible so our online programs start every month american public university within reach without limits. Learn more at american public. You dot com..

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"whiteley" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

04:35 min | 9 months ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

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"whiteley" Discussed on With Whit

With Whit

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"whiteley" Discussed on With Whit

"It was good to get out when beginning now I'm just really getting on my what enjoying its wing with with Jack in Jay and whatever that entails rarely, and it's been on network people you not. Really great to connect with so many speak. My family's much more here in the UK and. States in a time difference from London, so it's nice to two. Times away. Could you know old friends? Roy Ray long length in like two two nights ago. I reconnected with my very buried. Malaysian Oh, my God. I was sixteen years fifteen years old. That says is an I'm Jim. Since I was eighteen, and as you get older show, you feel saying these people throughout your life. Who as you get older? You look back on, you go. Gosh, she was so. Integral in your roles ti to my life in somewhere a time you didn't. I didn't really knowledge it, but it now looking back on Mike Wow this. Agent really changed my life and I. Just you know there's Times Been Nice reflects, and Tate's hines rashly sit down right those emails and be reconnect with peaceful, so yeah, yeah, that's actually really nice thing to do I. Hadn't thought about that I mean I. Did like a little zoom with the producers from the city? The show that I'm on a New York. A little zoom catch up, but that is really nice to think about like you know. We all feel a little bit helpless sometimes, but if we think about those people that have gotten us to this place, and just send them a little known like that's such a good use of your time. And now word from our brand partner, a lot of you guys are still working from home, and you're still trying to stay healthy, and you're trying to stay focused, and you're trying to feel energized, but it requires you to cook a lot and my right. You want to give your body what it needs, but it's taking a lot of effort and a lot of energy, and you're sick of doing the dishes. Am I talking about myself Yes, but my talking about a lot of you guys to. Probably you guys need to check out SA- Kara. Sakarov is a nutrition company that believes wellness really begins with what you eat, and I honestly believe that to you I know when I have had three good meals a day. I feel so much more balanced. My brain feels more clear headed. My Body has more energy and just it's really really important I know I'm not the first person to tell you that. Didn't your mom tell you in the morning? You had to eat breakfast before going to school while there's a reason for that. Sikora signature nutrition program brings the transformational power of plant nutrition to your home in the form of fresh plant, rich ready to eat meals. It's made with or agreements and powerful superfoods. Each meal expertly designed to boost immunity, which is something. We also all need a lot of right now. Improve energy something. Oh my Gosh! I really need support, Gut, health and digestion and get skinny glowing. All amazing amazing things that we all want without having to do the hard work they have. Have Really Delicious Hardy Salads and one of my favorite things. Is there nutrient dense granola with their on the milk so tasty such a good breakfast, there one hundred percent plant base, gluten, free dairy, free and non GMO plus in addition to their delicious meals, so car also offers daily essentials like supplements herbal teas to complete your wellness routine and support health and vitality to boost immunity. You should check out their best selling daily probiotic blend detox. Water drops with pure chlorophyll. All right right now to car is offering. You guys twenty percent off your order when you go to Sikora Dot, com slash wit, an enter code wit at checkout that Sikora. S. A. K. A. R. A. DOT COM Slash wit to get twenty percents off your order one more time, so car dot com slash wit, and now back to our conversation. Hi. This is Debra Messing and I'm Donnie. We decided to create a podcast to introduce you to the people who inspire us most. These are the dissenters, the people who just made a decision one day to break down the establishment and build a new one in the greatest times of grief, or even the most ordinary of circumstances, many heroes will rise. You just have to take that first step, so please tune in this May for our premiere episode and catch a new episode every Wednesday. We can be found you listen to podcasts. There are heroes everywhere discover them.

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"whiteley" Discussed on With Whit

With Whit

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"whiteley" Discussed on With Whit

Should You Sell a White Labeled Product?

The $100 MBA Show

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Should You Sell a White Labeled Product?

"A few years ago. White little products were very very well known a very popular in low and products like an e book or even a video. Course you could buy a white label course on how to use word we're press and you can rebrand this course and sell it on your own site. But today there are higher end products bigger businesses software products that you can buy I as a white label product rebranded and Silla as your own product. Now for many people this is actually a really good fit. Because they're like I like to market select to find good solutions for my customers and I got a really strong following. got a really good sense of brand. But I don't want to deal with the headaches of building a product or maintaining it or or inventing something new that are not sure it's GonNa work or not so many people will go into the white label business. But today ONA outline the pros and the cons to starting a white label business or product. Let's start with the pros number. One there is very low overhead when you're selling a white label product often the product itself. If you're going to buy outright is not too expensive in terms of an investment if you decide to sell a white label software often it costs nothing to get started or maybe very little and in the ongoing fees depending on what packages your customers by are quite reasonable. So you're you really must paying for a law so in the software example you're not paying for server spacer employees or developers or any of this stuff. This business creates the product maintains the product keeps it running and you resell it under your name so really all your expenses is really to sell this product to market it. There's some other expenses we'll talk about but overall the overhead costs Are Pretty low at a comes to a white label product. Second pro product. Business is very quick to start. It's very easy to get started. It's very fast. Some white label products even come with marketing materials. A website template so you can build your storefront. You're not actually creating the product doc. So that's GONNA save you a ton of time so like theoretically you can launch very successful White label product or by product business in a matter weeks so if you're itching to get started with a business this is a good one because then take long to launch it. The third pro is I believe white little products. If they're good good products are a great way to get an MVP under your belt a minimum viable product. If you're interested in getting into a genre type type of business the so you want to start selling information products. It's really quick and easy way for you to validate. Do you WANNA be in this business. Is this something you WanNa do. Does my audience want this type. Of course this is problem exists. I'm trying to solve the problem. Doesn't exist in the first place if you're going with a white label Software this allows allows you to understand what selling softwares like or having a software business with actually starting from scratch so is a great way to get your feet wet in business and have minimal. Viable product really really quickly. The thing is is that you can always start with a while ago product and then change into a product. You critter yourself you still own the users you still have that list when you have customers that save for example you're selling a little product and you have five hundred customers that bought that that That product you may want to upgrade that product Arctic to something that you created yourself down the line after you've said Yep I love this kind of business is a great business. I want to build something for my own. You can always do that version. Two is your own thing. It's the oil product anymore. All right those are the pros. Let's talk about the cons number one most white little products that do not come with support so if your customers have an issue issue with the product of a question you need to build your own support team. This means your support team or you. Who's going to be doing? The support needs to contact hacked the owner of this product. The whiteley will the parent product. When there's a problem that they need to fix a bug or an issue or mistake if you can't fix if you can help the customer directly directly like user error you're going to need to get in contact with that company and if their support is responsive it's going to be a chain reaction in in terms of delays so if it takes a couple of days for them to get back to you then you're gonNA have to get back to them and get back to the customer all that kind of stuff right so it's a little touch and go with supports? That's why it's so important to get a solid product if you're going to white label because you're GonNa have to support these customers. The customers don't know the parent company. They know you your brand. They bought it from you so they need support for number two. You don't own the IP right. You don't own the intellectual property of the actual product most white label products. Don't give up the IP meaning that if one day you WANNA sell your business the actual software or the actual product is not really for sale. Because you're being licensed to use it the business around it. Yeah you can sell the systems and the customers and all that kind of stuff you know the user base the revenue. You're making that's all by Your Business. The actual intellectual property is not yours because it belongs to the company releasing from in the third one which is probably the biggest challenge is you can't change the product you can improve it you can add to it like say for example you have a course product or a content product. You can add videos you can shoot that yourself or you can add live calls But say for example as a software product. You can't add features to this offer. Only the people that actually run the software the the the parent company can do that if we go back to the subway sandwiches sandwiches a metaphor subway gives you a menu. These are the type of sandwiches you're going to create here the ingredients. You can't just invent your own sandwiches are selling it. That's against their policies and that's not a subway sandwich so some people might think is not big deal. I don't need to do an extra work. Why would I want to do that? While you're GONNA get customers emailing support asking for a feature asking for for an upgrade asking for a change of Ui and you're going to have to just say thanks for the suggestion and you really can't tell them a time line or anything like that. We can't make any promises. Mrs Of changes. Because you don't know will be changed. You can make a suggestion to the parent company to the parent product owner but there are no promises. You're not the person that invented this product or created. This product owns products. That you really can't change the product itself. Now do I think white label products are good idea. I do think there are good idea. Actually think they're a good business business model if you're looking for to start your first or second or third business you're looking to make some revenue looking to make some money you want to you know maybe Learn on the job and learn in how to be a successful entrepreneur. And you don't want to deal with so many spinning plates you just want to deal with the sales and marketing side. This is a good idea. I do say you have have to find a really good product product solid. That's well known that's Tested that works. Well that has results because this is going to save you a lot of headaches and the long term You want a product where the team is very sponsors. You can ask questions and get help for your

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"whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"So I did this sort of research and I kind of ferry boldly as most of my kind of beginnings of things stop and naively in in a way when to The the board and the headset marks and Spencer and said. Would you be interested in doing a collaboration with me. And they said Yeah. Let's let's start at Small Dr. It'll go anywhere we'll do a season. Just keep it really small and I think you know the time they just wanted to have my face in lingerie and so it was an opportunity to do that. It's grown into sleep where we dabbled an active west when fragrance beauty lounge wear. And so it's this kind of this green marine example. Just going out and getting what you want. Listen that's just the way I do things it's like I see something I go off. The one on can say is like no be bold and just kind of go off to what it is that you want. If you truly believe in yourself I feel like other people believe even you. It's infectious right. Yeah so your mom your businesswoman. Your wife you are a model. You're traveling you've got employees style icon. I saw I mean there's just so many thanks but what is the work life yourself balance like self care balanced. I know there's no such thing as perfect but what is it for you view. That keeps you grounded. I know that you've talked about the four agreements being something like a book that was really near and dear to you but I wanna know like what is what is that that keeps you grounded ed or keeps you balanced. It's a really big question because I feel like it's definitely what I'm living right now and being a new mom and being somebody finds a lot of passion from my work. Finding that balance is a struggle prioritize. My family first and foremost I and that's just like no non-negotiable but you know with a career like ours. It kind of can come and go very quick. The probably will. Oh you know you're you're in it you make hay while the sun shines you see opportunity and you you sort of have to stay on top of it and that's also something I feel like. I've always always tried to do is kind of look ahead and and say yes and get on with things and the balance is just something. I don't really know if I believe in it I think it's another pressure. But I think that your family I trying whenever you're in one scenario whether I'm at the office or whether I'm at home with Ramona shoe or I'm out with my son or I'm on vacation and I'm I'm you know kind of whatever I'm doing for what wherever and try and be really present when I'm with my son. The phone goes away. You know I'll lock it in my bathroom. My time is GonNa be devoted to him when I'm at work. I'm focused on that and of course unreachable but you know surrounding myself with a really wonderful tame. I have a wonderful team of women that I work with and a couple of men who I who. I adore And Jason Really is. They're not ultimately one of the most rel- grounding out to people I know and he It's honestly the most supportive person I know. You know. He really has always encouraged me and always my number one fan and it goes both ways and I think with that and with the encouragement my parents and the support and love of friends and family around you. You sort of feel like you can fly a little bit but you know. I've had a really busy couple of weeks and I'm craving raving to go to London on Sunday and know that I'm going to have a few weeks often like I can take my son to all the museums just so excited to take him to succeed play. Ah Spend some time with his aunt and uncle grandparent's and you know so all those things and making sure you really scheduled time with your family and going on on holidays and Jason took off two years during your pregnancy so swearing and I'm still I'm like ooh he's in different places to it's really thinking about it the other day. It's really cool because when we're home in La. I have almost like a nine to five. I'm you know out during the day and he is at home a lot he has. You know he's an actor so easy the gun for a few months so he's at home and When he goes off to work I typically kind of go off with with wherever he's based so his last? Few projects have been in London London which has been great. We consider relocate. And when I'm in London things are a little bit you know. I'm I'm away from the office. A little bit warm not as available and so so although I'm you know we're always available phone and and what not but It's it's I sort of saw as you know. We're able to really kind of support and be flexible accessible with each other's projects and you know I sort of realized and felt really grateful that we have that kind of flexibility between us but yeah he he he took off a good couple of years and You know he's hate just loves being a DAD. It's really Kinda cool to see. That's loves and to see this big tough like like ush. Jack is really cute. Yeah yeah well. That's a great way. The thank you so much one last thing that we do on pretty big deal. Is We do a lightning round of live boldly rapid the question. Okay so you just have to kind of answer the simple question. What's the last pretty penny you spent? I bought a Bettega Nets a clutch with guy yesterday. Ah It's really bad. which color is I bought a beige? I bought a beige new kind of cross when we the new one kind of. Oh but they're like collectors items collected and I but yes so. I bought that yesterday with her. Okay biggest deal breaker biggest deal breaker for me as LIOTTA's And when I I I don't like to work on anything where where it's not collaborative like only to have my voice. I need to feel like I'm part of a dealbreaker. Yeah okay okay. And because you're I'm pretty big deal. You're pretty big deal for some pretty big deal. You pretty big deal to me. 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"whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"Yeah sometimes you just need that you just need to know that my pregnancy has been cited. It it's been like a roller coaster of emotions. I mean my first trimester I was just tired and a little queasy and then like towards the end of it. I started crying. A Lot. Body was changing rapidly. And you know about that. I have had really terrible days. I've had really good days. You know everybody can tell you how cute your bump Biz but when your body is changing rapidly. It's like you kind of have to like succumb to it. Yeah did you have a similar experience you did. I gained a reasonable reasonable amount of weight gain about fifty five pounds pounds. I feel like I'm on my way to there. I'm like at forty right now. I still got two more months. Yeah I enjoy myself and let you know so new experience so you kind of like well. Let's see see how this goes and six months then I was like it was an intense journey and the same thing it was kind of like so so magical to see I never felt more like of towards the end. I just basically walked around naked for the last day I just want rows like fuck it anymore don't you this is made like and so by the end. I just felt really empowered in my my body but it took a minute to get there and then suddenly often woods when I'd had jack and I would look in the mirror and I was like I've got thirty five forty pounds to lose and I go to the gym. Go to the gym. Go to the gym. It's not falling off. It's not coming up. It was a very humbling for me. Because you know having had a certain borey type I you know for most of my life certainly the the last few years. I've never felt fitter. I was very lean in good shape and people always asked me about my body my workout and you hate yourself saying you know workout three times a week and did it it it it it there and I just felt like like I know I cannot tell people how to feel about that bodies because everybody has a different experience and I will say like working on the gym I and looking back at myself and feeling like Shit I was like now I understand like how hard it is for some people to get to the gym and it just took so long to just see that weight shift and I've had girlfriends that have lost it within two or three months that was that bounce back and for me I I breastfed for six months. I didn't lose a pound I breastfed and I ate so much. 'cause you're starving and you want to e it was more hungry when he was born who you need to make milk right. Your body needs that I would eat a whole box of bran flakes. First Time in my life. I've ever ever craved Brown flake. Anyway it did. It took a full year. It was just stopped in the met ball and I got on the scan I was like. Oh I'm back to where I was us before but it took a long time and it was a real humbling experience for me because there was a little bit of press to you at the in your swimming suit and the press was and it was so ugly that we are saying about yeah. I couldn't believe leave. That's funny because I I didn't know anyone ever really sees that stuff and I was on a shoot. The only reason was because obviously it's in my my wheelhouse. Somebody had sent it to me and was like is in this disgusting girl I had gone on a shoot My swimwear line. We were in the Caribbean. I'm looking around the beach having fun with my team Very unselfconsciously and the next day rule in the shoe and the talk was like Oh. This is tons of Paparazzi shots and go. Oh my gosh. I'm always like that. 'cause I I actually find being pap very uncomfortable especially when the sneak. Yeah it's very just a natural the whole experience of being spied on or even if they're they're it's something I've never really kind of gotten comfortable with so the press comes comes out and you know I read it like sometimes you just read these things. I don't often read stuff but I wanted to see the pages and Sarita and I was kind of taken aback by as some of the comments that people had and Moso what it was upsetting for is the kind of narrative around and how women are supposed to look. It wasn't so much like Oh that's really helpful towards me like I kind of amused to things over the years like umbrella it was just like shocking like to see someone right another body ruined after a baby and the fuck like you know. Sure I I haven't bounced back at seven months later but like I'm you know you looked mass shoes but it's one of those things that comes with the territory it does but it's not fair as it stung for a couple of days but you get on it makes you stronger and it really. It was more kind of like really Elliot. We still at this place where we have to. How defend our body sheriff like bouncing back after a baby? It's just everybody's body is different. Everyone's on their own journey and I really one for every mother to really focus on herself ultimately but also the time with a child and it will come An happen and everybody gets back to a place where they feel good again. Well that's not advice I'd take the now then and I feel at different respect for my I bought than I did before. I'm going to take that home and really keep it during my heart because I keep thinking about what's going to happen after but I need to not. I need to think think about focusing on my baby and you know it's it's pressure pressure. Willie I didn't put a ton of pressure on myself because I could have probably lost it much quicker but I just was at home. I took time off work. I was with my family and it was slough up but you know you never get that signed back again. You're never too so. I'm glad I did it that way. Is this part of the reason why you decided to not put Jack's face on social for me. It was just like it's a no no brainer really like her. I just always felt really strongly that it should be Jack's decision. He wants to live a public life. I just dread the idea of him turning around to me at fifteen sixteen and being like you and dad just didn't protect me. You hold me out. It should be his choice. I want him to feel normal. Because without trying. It's going to you know and you know it's really different for everyone and I don't judge either way but that's what feels most offensive to me. And that's what. I'm so curious because like in having baby so hot my family. It's like sending photos. Tell them we don't post. People are really respectful. Jason and I always been pretty pry together for ten years now. It's like we're pretty pretty low key. We just like to keep things real and I WANNA walk through my front door be habitable small and real and then when I go to work it's like a shift of idendity and it just helps me like kind of process everything you need to feel that down to a thing. Well let's talk about what's going on right now with you. Rose Inc baby. I mean the whole creative process happened in your third trimester. I'd had the idea of setting up a content platform for quite right some time. Every time I'd sit down interview. Journalists would ask me for my tips tricks and I could just see there was his appetite for it. And so I had this idea. And I boy's been a lover of like fashion magazines and blogs and websites and content platforms and so I really just kind of wanted wanted to build something and so for several years. I've been really thinking about it. And of course I was on a plane every ten days two weeks every five days I was traveling all over. I said Yes yes to everything and I had Full and pregnant and I thought okay. I'm still gonNA work still had to work through my pregnancy but I'm GONNA should've strip back on the traveling and I built out a team and we literally sat round my kitchen table for a year whilst whilst I was pregnant as I was breastfeeding and still now jack comes in for for some of the meetings of forever at home now. We have an office but we started. It's in two thousand seventeen. We started to build and then launch two thousand eighteen eighteen months in now so it wasn't so when you first started you had seven employees employees. Yeah we've got about six seven employees in the office. Okay and then you know we have like our sort of creative teams that you know. We we kind of outsourcing and work with on a regular basis as well so video gophers photographers and headed to graphic designers. And all of that people don't need to to be in the office every day. So yeah it's It's a full on operation. It's kind of and growing and changing quickly and it's very exciting. Browsing thing is a full digital beauty for think of it like an online magazine for butane intention was really to build a community of beauty lovers and to share. Uh everything that I've learned over the sixteen seventeen years makeup chazal model. It's like every day you get a new tip or trick every single day or working can with new artists or analysis. You've worked with for years and I just felt like this is what people want to know. You know. I WanNa like democratized Ties this kind of information and make it available for people and so and I am. I supposed to my passion and I WANNA share. I want to know what they want. WanNa I I WANNA start a dialogue and a conversation around something I feel passionate about. I feel comfortable talking about and so we launched the site I don't Youtube Youtube Channel. And it's really about celebrating artists within the industry highlighting herro products highlighting. New experts cuts new influences. And just kind of like having this place where we can all talk and share and talk about everything and anything beauty related and and deeper what it really means to people on a on a deeper level I know I actually started using Katie Jane Hughes because you posted her on your instagram. I know she's the she's so create and it was like. Who is this this girl and then she was like she didn't have an agency so I had to DM and it's like such a new wave? Yeah I love. That's one of my favorite things about social. Media is finding new talent and building relationships with them and it's been really special to be a small all part of some of these people's stories and you know there's just so many different ways of launching your career now that's the traditional do as an artist and then there's this new wave Dave and I and I just really want to celebrate all of it. Where do you see Rose Inc.? In the next five years I see the content continuing to strengthen and and all the other things I well yeah lets you. I haven't yeah. You've seen like really really great packages on Bishop Plan. I'm going to say anything today. But all those things oh okay so so the skin care this makeup. There's hair all the mom. And also you have mark and Spencer's autograph Rosie and that lingerie array it takes over it is I mean it's everywhere. Yes how long have you had that seven years now which is tell us some girl. Yeah so oh I signed with marks and Spencer is the face of women's wear and that was about eight years ago as a young model. I always had done a lot of lingerie shoots and I'd work for vs. I decided to to walk away from. Vs When I was twenty four because I really knew that I wanted to have my own line and that was just what I kind of reached the ceiling for where I could go with the S.? Yes and things shifted at the company and things are shifting to So that's another conversation. I felt like it was time for me to kind of branch off and do my own thing and I always believed like piece of career advice. Somebody gave me as you should always kind of look at your partners and your relationships in your context that you have already and so I started to do a little bit of research marks and Spencer and what I very quickly learned was that they are by far the most dominant lingerie retailer in the UK. They own a third of the lingerie market in the UK. So the statistic is like one in three. Three women is wearing a marks and spencer anytime so one in three women probably have rosie on their boobs right now hopefully. Yeah so I think then this like ah funniest statistics statistics or whatever. But it's like one in three women wearing amongst expensive raw and then one in three wearing rosie broad which is kinda cool so so whether that's true or not I don't know.

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"whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"And doing all the kind of things an intent does an office. I went back to school after we finish the we. Can I finish my exams. And then I had the intention of going back you could leave school back then at sixteen ecksteen and if you wanted to go to university or college or to do the final. Two years of my intention was to do. The last. Two years of schools are seventeen eighteen which is called sixth form in the UK UK. In the summer. Before I started six I'd gone up to London with a friend and my uncle lived in London time and going up to London with a big deal. It was a country farm. Go Oh and so. We were sort of been London. You know walking along Oxford Street kings row go into the museums and my mom called me one day and she said you better go and POCA head into the modeling agency because Darling. It's not what you know. It's who you know in fashion and that was one of the many Sri pieces of vice. My Mum's giving me over the years. And so I sort of you know begrudgingly. Kick my hails and went and poked my head in and there was a new book her and she said You know I've been tasked with building out a new faces division. Can I take some polaroid's view this you know. Maybe something and she took some food came back in. Oh Wow she took some polaroid's she went back. She came back. You know ten minutes later and she said in need to grow your eyebrows. We'll have to do something about the head the braces I guess they'll come off in time. Hopefully the skin clear up. But what do you want to go out on some costings and I thought all I WANNA do is go on a shoe because then I can see what job opportunities there are within the fashion industry. Because you didn't talk was these images that you'd see in magazines and and I was always fascinated by what went on to make these images. What was the creative tip process of it who was onset It was just so magical to me and so I said yes I would love to out on some costings and very quickly. CLE- started to get opportunities to test shoots and then quickly from that. Started to to get bookings and it was then a few months later I was in New New York. A voice been really lucky with my career always worked wherever the work has been quality dispute it. But I've been really lucky I've always worked to move to New York so that was when I was sixteen. I then spent a bit of time. Just traveling I went back to school. Remember my my mom saying to me and I sort of had a bit of breakdown and she said you father and I will support whatever you do but this sounds like a once in a lifetime opportunity and I think you should run with it because it seems to be going. I'm pretty good. Oh they were completely out of it and so at seventeen. I decided to leave school. Go full time and spend a Lotta time in Paris in Europe and then went to New York for two weeks and called my mom and said I'm not coming up getting my first apartment. I love you and she was like great. Go for it and it's truly being. I think the biggest gift my parents have given me as the encouragement to fly. And let me go thing. I think if parents are constantly Salih handcuffing their heads. Then you're never know what they're potentially my mom at seventeen. I graduated high school and the next month. She was like you have to leave this house. Yeah it's like it's time for you to go fine. I'm just moving to New York. She said Great. Go do it and it was the best thing for me. Even though I don't know if I will let my seven year old kid leave. Yeah I know and this is the thing now being a mom I look back on that and I think gosh you know every day. I'm with my son. I think that's one less day. I have of you in my arms. You know you really start to think of these things. That's why I always consider it being the greatest gift that they that they could ever give me just to give me the encouragement support and still to this day. I know that that they're in the same house. I grew up in that just consistent support a normal and grounded and it's and I think it kept me going through all the ups and downs. So yeah because I share a similar career in yours. I mean in the beginning of catalog. Yeah wait like those cute little checks through back. Nobody would know your name. They don't really know your face. How long were you doing catalog until your big big break and I want to know what that was when I started jewelry? The considered commercial or editorial in high fashion commercial modeling as you know. Is this brand's catalogue it's Smiley. It's happy it's wholesome dancing. It's approachable and editorial is much more creative. It's fashion bleach timer. Yeah it's it's smug look. Yeah it's extreme. It's sort of fantasy fashion and luxury. And so so I always fitted into the commercial side and as a commercial model of you were successful. You made money and actually in many cases you made more money than high fashion. Go so luckily for me even though it was never creative enough for me to do catalogue you know. It's pretty standard. It can be you so how can be pretty boring at times. But you know if it's like you say cute checks coming in. I was able to save. I bought my first apartment when I was nineteen in and for me as well. I didn't really have my big break until you know years into the industry. I pounded the pavement. I had a lot of rejection. I was doing work that you know. I wasn't happy happy with and I think that it really gave me this insight to the industry at allowed me to kind of evolve and figure out what I wanted to do and dream three and so it was then I could about nineteen that I got my big break with Victoria secret. Had A few few great moments Burberry Barberie was on my twenty. I bet that was really like a coming of age moment. And that's a big deal. First of all I wanNA come back to. Victoria's secret and burberry but before then what kept you moving. What kept the persistence of getting through catalog? And and just saying I'm not doing what I WANNA do. Yeah but I'm going to continue to keep moving on this trajectory festival because I left school so young. So let me be candid. I had nothing else to fall back on the second of all I was making money and I could see that I was saving and you know like I said I had kind of taken a leap of faith to do this. I DID NOT WANNA like go back home with my tail between my legs and I did not want to go back to school and several several because I really really dreamt and I could see this opportunity for myself and I just knew if I worked hard enough and I played my cards. That's right I could get to where I wanted to be. That's and I find like creative. Visualization really the core of any success. I've had in my life life whether it's in my personal life will career like that is at the core of everything I do is that I've allowed myself to see myself. They're always have a five year plan. I know where I WANNA go condition. It's that's that's ultimately what it comes down to. Do You do vision boards. I think I do well. I moved bought everything. My team will tell that I've seen I've seen the you know where I want to be. It's funny because last time I was home. My mom just went. Why does it come from like I? Just go around like this your father and I on like this and I think it's something I feel lucky. That's always beaten you know in in May you had a taste of it and he couldn't go back. Yeah okay so then. How old were you? When you got Victoria secret? I was nineteen. Okay so Victoria secret. Holy Crap you book the job was it everything and more when he went on set. Yes yes so I walked five shows. No I work for. Vs for about five five years. It was a dream come true. I'd had an American boyfriend for a little bit. And he said we were walking down Broadway and you know the big store and on Broadway and he said that's what you wanted to say. DRE ON LIMA. That's how I thought. Yeah that is like that is that is amazing. Like that is the best of the best to be to be part of that company and so Luckily I've actually had years of doing catalog. In Years of doing lingerie entree I was always the lingerie catalogue curvier than a long week and it was short and boobs. I think they tested me out now on one show. And then the bookings came they were always slow with me. I was never kind of like the girl that I was always very very proud to work with them at time. Yeah and that kind of helped catapult you into high fashion he. I think there was a real shift around the eight when I was about twenty. Four Victoria's secret had led me to who transforms which was my first film. I'd actually. She's not a actress ball. Actress remember versa the Maxwell and we were sitting there front row and I was like so oh you live in. La Is that because of your job and you go. Oh Do you think I'm an actor. Yeah I know I'm not an actress. Wow I'm no definitely no. It was an opportunity of a lifetime. I'm glad I I did it but I I failed that it was something. I felt really lucky to try my hand up but nothing I never felt a passion for it and I failed passion for the the things in my life. And that's a whole other story Yeah that led me to Victoria's secret we don't commercial Michael Bay cost me then in transformers transformers and then with that came this whole you know repositioning of me within within my work and also at that time industry took a big shift. I think social media just started to come into play and I think that these girls that were considered to be commercial had much more as approachability. Let's hear what there was. Just just sure that a consumer or an audience related to more with commercial models and so the the industry would see you know these goals followers and the audience was much bega and then happened where you would start to see other the women you know in these kind of high fashion and walking down the runway and suddenly we were being embraced in a different way. Yeah and then of course social social media really is taken off from the last few years which we can talk about because that is I mean your social media is amazing. I swear you put up a chair and I'm like I want that Out Good Aesthetic is so on for you have a social media team. That hope I think for me help for your I like to. I'm just taking pitches all the time. I see inspiration around me everywhere and I see it through. Phone at through. Ought through galleries architecture Fashion Film and I just felt like why am I not sharing all of these things that I've got like countless photographs about an. It's nice to know that people respond respond to them as well and I'm responding grid. Yes girl will your Hasbro. And it's consistent it's very color coordinated so well let's fast forward. Yeah you did fashion. You did runway. Your you've just had so many great moments and now your mother and jackets to jackass tune a bit now and I just i WanNa talk about what is that. What does motherhood mean to you? I was just such a journey. It's hard to even put it into words really because I will say I don't think I was in any way prepared for the emotional side. Eight of becoming a mother I never really been around babies before. I knew it was time to start a family and I knew I had this inkling unclean in me that I wanted to have a baby but the maternal instinct never really kicked in until I gave birth really eight was incredibly overwhelming on on so many different levels because hair was here. I am with this newborn baby that I had this overwhelming sense of love for and it is a huge identity shift and so that first year for me was a mix of like pure joy a lot of anxiety learning is Iran. Dan Redefining my identity to myself to my partner to my work to my son and it's a very intimate kind of have personal experience and really beautiful. Because I feel like I've evolved and grown so much and there is just nothing that comes close to how proud I fail of him and how I just stare stare all day long. So yeah because you're so close with your mom. Have you taken taking any advice from her raising Jack. Yeah you know it's funny. I think as well when I when I found out I was pregnant. You do a lot of looking back on your own childhood Ed Right. You look at the things that we're really impactful to you. The things that really shaped you the things that things that didn't shave you uh-huh and you start to kind of cultivate your own way of parenting You know I had such a great childhood on on so many levels and that but there are a lot of things I wanNA do differently. You know. I'm thirty two thirty two years ago. My parents came from you know completely different print generation and you know the world. I'm living in now. Compared to the world that I grew up in which was a very sheltered rustic country life and the world I live in today and the challenges and the opportunities and the exciting boss paced world that I live in is very different from my own childhood and so yes she's there she's there at the end of the phone own and again just such a huge support and she's just always got my back. Do you know what I make. Sure my mom and be like I've done this. You know you're in the right..

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"whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"Good I'm very pregnant. Thank you so much for your in the mommy game. Well Yeah Hardcore Jacks like two and a bit now so we kind. I feel like we're over the Hump because the first year is like it it just gets easier and easier and better and better. Oh the best thing even the challenges the good moments of Adam. It's all of it's just. It's really incredible. I'm excited I mean. Everybody has kind of told me that exact same thing. You don't sleep exhausted Mike all the time. Oh Geez Okay first of all. I'm so glad we are wearing the same color because I'm sure you've heard this and I'm sure you're flattered or maybe embarrassed by but you're my style micon never had no I screen shot and you're the most looks say in my saved. I G folder. Aw seriously thanks I really you just have it together. You have like a sense of ease and cool girl. I don't know what it is but it's it's you and when it suits you and the other thing that I always talk about with my friends is that you're always like recycling something like you. Don't just get back where it once again like. You're constantly wearing. Yes are are these looks at you put together. Do you have a stylus. That doesn't like I want the T. one in like fashion since I can remember and that's really why I got into modeling so I thought I'd work on the kind of creative behind the scenes part of the industry and ended up modeling which we can get to well. We have to but I've worked with a STYLUS for red carpet for you. Know the last seven or eight years. And that's really when I feel like I need it because it's a whole other beast but day-to-day I've always put but my outfits together and I just love it. It's like a fun creative part of my morning you put forward your bestself and I've just always loved close. It's just is what it is. I collect them. I'm actually really happy to hear that you put your own looks together. Yeah it's fun right so you'll be. Yeah Okay I love that pleasure love. Yeah so this is an obnoxious stat. You're one of the highest payed models in the world. And I know I know go to. Rosie Huntington is on my podcast to talk about it but I wanNA talk about the road to how you get there. Because it wasn't always an easy one. He started really young and I want to hear from the beginning. Yeah I started working when I was sixteen when we have fifteen at school school. Everybody was Encouraged to take a week of internship someone field of work that was interesting to them and having grown up in the countryside. I had this love for fashion since I can really remember my mum and I bonded over kind of buying the women's magazines and we'd sit together and go shopping my the day I would always ask for a subscription to Elle magazine and bizarre and things and so I really just kind of that was my my passion so when we were given this Tosca Oskar finding a place to to get a work experience. I got out the yellow pages and I just wrote to every kind of fashion brand that I'd heard of Time wrote of handwritten letters posted them. I wrote off the headquarters of brands. You know shops ahead. No idea had no contact the fashion industry whatsoever eleven. This is sixteen seventeen years ago. This is even before the Internet was really kind of booming. And one of the places. I've written off to a modeling agency agency. I came home. Tiny tiny modeling agency so I came home from school about a week later. My Mom said we got a phone call from this modeling agency and they want you to go up in town and I thought Oh my gosh. This is where I'm going to be going on shoots. I thought I would be out in the creative side of the industry and of course you know cut to a few months later. I'm up in London like walk into this tiny little office and I realized that I was actually kind of brought up just to kind of Antioch do faxes and be like you know someone that running the errands. It was such a time in the agency. How mine yeah? It was an and of of course like anybody who knows like an agency. You IT'S A. It's an office and so it was five or six booker's sat around a table. Picking up phone calls You know sending out faxes I would just be sort of there on the computer taking you know taking the phone and making cups tae and pouring wine.

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"whiteley" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

17:07 min | 2 years ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Sirius XM forts presents with Steve Big aw horse racing handicapping interview this is really stupid in a very good Tuesday race fans Sirius Xm one sports oh nine sixty four listening on Siriusxm online and at our website tubes the big dot com a second day and the Middle Portion of book one at keeneland after yesterday's terrific. Ah what else are you going to say terrific opening session. We'll talk to Jessica Martini from tedium to start the second half of the show the noon actually very comfortable new starting time time and the way in which the sessions are are scheduled couple hundred hips each the first three days comprising book one and so for instance yesterday what they must have ended up about five five ten and it makes for makes for a nice pacing really a good way Ed ease into the two weeks then things will pick up in terms of length of the sessions and they'll get into the earlier evening when they start book two on Friday and Saturday they'll sell three hundred and change inch each day and then next week about four hundred are catalogued for each of the sessions yesterday and we'll get the details from jess but you had seven seven figure sellers the session topper for the tap it coat. It's a good dolphin who was very active yesterday. Shake mow on hand two a half million dollars for the hinkle bread and consigned Colt Colt out of seeking Gabriel and Kabri Al and the second seller the Medaglia d'oro out of terraced tango mentioned the Tears Tango and her first foal and it's a home run stonestreet bred and raised consigned by Denali Stud big day for the band or off and for the the hinkle family Godolphin with the the top two knockdowns two million one hundred fifty thousand for the Medaglia d'oro Colt two and a half million for the tap it Carlin with a a very big day and a second a million dollar hip four hinkle because the colt out of transportation one million fifty thousand two Chadwell and shake Hamdan who was just as as as spirited a buyer as his brother Shay camp in for shad well of course and I know I've got the the the totals somewhere I think I think let's see I've got it here. I'm GonNa tell you right away. Godolphin bought three shadwell bought five five million two hundred fifty thousand for Godolphin with their three purchases his and shad well three million sixty thousand averaging six hundred twelve thousand. Perhaps they're not done obviously they'll buy plenty more Larry Best. You can't hold a big time or sale without Larry Larry the oxo equine when you see it and it mischief he is he he does not see into mischief that he doesn't WanNa buy unbelievable he buys the Sealy Hill Colt bred by Bon John and consigned by gateway that was nine hundred fifty thousand also took home the into mischief that her draken fielding three quarters of a million dollars for that one that was twenty eight early in the sale the top Philly Medaglia d'oro not not surprising out of the Flatter Mayor Sto Shoe Barbara Banke Snow Street buys this one read by the brand names nine hundred thousand hip one fourteen stonestreet really on on both sides selling telling and buying plenty active and the a lot to digest out of not just day one but this book one activity and we'll get some of the best stories from Jessica Martini when she joins us and the thing that's amazing. I Dunno if you saw any other quotes from Bob Ellison but of the three book one sessions this wasn't necessarily the one that they expected to have the kind of fireworks. It's hard to do book one book two comparisons but session one versus session one this was this was very strong and it didn't start out I I watched about the I must have been the first hour and a half and then had to do some things eighteen came home and we sat outside that's coffee and watched the middle portion of the the action. I missed the two and a half million dollar seller live and then did catch the second two million dollar purchase a little later her and this was this was a great way to start the long road of two weeks of Horse Sale so we'll get Jessica her her colleague Brian Denardo will join US Thursday. We'll have live from Lexington tomorrow. He's on hand and we'll we'll see how everything out of these these first major sessions they'll take Thursday off and then book to Friday and Saturday so just really one of the most interesting fortnight's of the calendar the Keeneland Sale Nice diverse. It seemed like a very diverse group of buyers will see with Jessica asked the say happened to note you know some of the top sellers going to Japanese interests. You had plenty of partnership type activity what thing I didn't really delve into in terms of the buyers will ask Jessica what she saw out of curiosity of regarding some of the the pin hook interests curious looking down on the pages print it out it just the nine pages and then there was a widow the last the last seller last seller went on the went by itself quarter of a million dollar Judd actually buying a union rags colt out of wild forest that was the last I hadn't seen the until now hadn't really noticed what is the last purchase but now Peter Bisi Peter Bradley hundred eighty late in the sale for a quality road philly tap it Philly for Len Green. Dj Stable that could be a pin hook procurement as it happens Arnaiz were aren't as I think we're twenty nine percent. I think that's the number that I saw so we'll flesh out the rest of the stories when Jessica Martini joins us and as we always say it's never too early uh on these conversation mornings never too early for a Martini when it's Jessica Martini from the TV end and great coverage average by Nicole Russo also by the team at a lot of horse. There's just virtually every nook and cranny of the sale L. activity gets covered especially these these big early sessions today will watch for a few prominent broodmares in particular some personal favorites Catherine Sophia her first foal goes today as three a one and the band Ross Alley at a very nice day yesterday couple of curling's for eight hundred thousand Carlin had an excellent day again and of Kirwin so big Saratoga carrying carrying the stair the sale day at the spa her her second baby is a tap philly. Catherine Sofia's Philly is by pioneer the Nile quite a few notable pioneer the Niles today brownie points the lovely Brownie points and the now he's got this colt by. I pioneer the Nile today as well believe you can Airdrie Very Jones. The Kentucky Oaks Oaks winning filly. She's got a warfront coal that sure to be sure search absolutely sure to be popular buehler appealing Sophie very strong female family frosted a lot of people watching the frosted also Denali holy cow just looking at some of the the hipster watch the Coal Rousseau had put together with your memories early very early today Winter Memories Philly tap it Darby Dan of course little unusual to see them sell affiliate usually it's the boys usually it's the boys that sell and they keep the phillies but here's a chance to Vanni into one of the really strong female families and of course we talked yesterday with Catman you heard him in the last hour on the replay winter sunset sunset and this is the full sister. Actually this would be if it's tap it Yep tap it with your memories so full sister Mr Two now the I think he's actually this is that does your second stake at Indiana so lie as always we're we're fascinated and and captivated by the sale and had we'll look forward to it and conversations the next couple of days as well said tomorrow we're going to have I guess that it's been too long between visits and Rob Whiteley as respected a breeder and and heard manager as there's there's been in the second half of of the century and into the into the two thousands rob you know only got a handful of Mares. There's these days just six of them but he's going to join us. After this break to talk about the the Mayor Cover limit yesterday I thought Matt Hegarty dirty was terrific talk about the nuts and bolts of the story but the first littler literally the first person I thought of to bring some historic perspective to this was rob widely and for those that over the years of Red Rob's insights about the industry and about breeding in the TD end and when he would write the op eds and and so forth you know just how thoughtful they a he is a and I think he'll get a valuable perspective particularly about how this affects how this could potentially benefit the smaller breeder who is the one that has been at the greatest disadvantage edge against these these large books the biodiversity Oh diversity topic. I don't know that that that jury seems to be out but because you know there's a certain I said this yesterday. There's a certain base of stallions out there these days so rob widely is gonNA join us and delighted the any any reasons a good reason to talk to Rob leap at this was particularly appropriate. I thought for you to hear from Rob Dick Powell. We'll talk talk about yesterday at Press Kyle and the mile yesterday. There's that there's that again the earl of back earle mack one that he that he owed by himself not in partnership Mr Reds Josie Carroll comes in and wins the press Kyle Mile yesterday there was also the malvern rose and also the finger lakes yesterday the aspirin and the lady figure we'll get those results it eddie surly top of hour to talk about the weekend in more detail about the action that Belmont all the good racing that lies ahead hopefully hopefully surprises might actually would if you raise it. It was crazy parade of how how crazy was it until a certain point I think on Sunday the longest price of the first three days of Belmont was the Chad Brown steak witter the paid close to twenty dollars. that that that one the the Christie cat turf war right we're going to also I'm really looking forward to Glenn Todd and daughter. Shelly todd odd hour three. You saw what they did. At at Hastings they've won a lot of races over the years gone dot has at at ace things but they won the British Columbia Derby the British Columbia Oaks and one of the one of the supporting stakes so we'll talk to the to add more take a break good rob Whiteley but we come back. It's the races who's with feedback on Sirius Xm radio hey what's going on. Mike here and.

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"whiteley" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"whiteley" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

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"whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"So now let's get to it. Here's my chat with Rosie Huntington Whiteley. So there's something I like to ask everybody that comes on girl, boss, radio, and it's, you know, what is your first job? Because we all have a first job and people look at someone like you and they think, oh my gosh, she was always a model. My first job was I worked in little bed and breakfast about five minutes down the lane from where I grew up, and I say lane because I really grew up in very, very rural part of the UK Devon, and it's basically farmland and villages. And then there was a local town. So I worked in the bed and breakfast. Yeah, full five minutes down the lane. My dad would drop me down that and I was what was it sounds kinda kinky but I was a chambermaid. That's what my boss called me. But basically it's housekeeping. I was housekeeper and I would go in on the weekends and I would do the changeover. So I will go in, you know, tide of the rooms change over the rooms for the next guests of breakfast. I'm cleaning. It was cleaning seven breakfast, and yeah, it was. That was my first jump and I should. I have always loved working. So an I love, I've always loved making my money. So I really, I didn't joy that. And then I was a waitress. Is most people are some point. How old were you and you're doing this fourteen? Yeah, let's young. Yeah. Well, it's kind of normal. I think in the short is hit to to get a weekend job at that age. And like my parents were really. They would tight with with pocket money. We didn't really get any. I would get. I think by the time I was fourteen, I was not parents would give me about ten pounds a month, eight pounds a month, and I was expected to buy all my feminine hygiene products, Mike clothes, makeup, all this sort of the kind of things that you that you kind of buying that age and you know, my parents, we would. We would really get a sort of new out fair or new parachutes on Beth. They'll Christmas, there was no kind of treating throughout the air and said that money was for me to kind of that was my little disposable income. Yeah. What did you you know when you look at your career today, your work or the arc of your career, were there any things that you learn in that first job as a chambermaid that helped you over the course of your car? You know, I think it was dealing a lot probably with with guests at the hotel at the bed and breakfast, and I think that you know, I guess. Just having really great. Presence and attitude with people that you'll walking around. You know, I think that that something that I've always tried to do not even really try that something I feel like comes naturally, but I think when you're in a people job working in a team that you just you can't thrive in less, you'll you get along with people that you'll, they a-walking with some. Rouzi opened up about her first big break as a model. Okay. So I was sixteen when I saw two modeling and what how started for me was that I'd always really from as young as I can sort of remember. It probably thirteen fourteen that kind of age and probably even younger, just always loved fashion, like always loved fashion, always loved beauty, always loved. You know anything that kind of had a performance or add love to go to the theater lights. Good Pence mimes I'd like to see things happening on stage and and I would always ask for subscriptions to my favorite magazines growing up. And so that was really how I sold the industry and at fourteen at school, we were encouraged basically during one about school holidays to go and get a week of work experience. Everybody was expected to do week of work experience in failed of interest to them. So a lot of people when often they went and what local hairdressers or they went and worked the mechanics. So the cool. No firm, or you know, and I wanted to work in fashion and of course growing up where I did and growing up with parents who really had no no context to the fashion industry, and it was certainly a time I.

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"whiteley" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"whiteley" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"But yet like there is that interactivity there though. Right? Because you are exploring the house. Maybe there's much reading for a chain. A women just walked through the house Whiteley rifling. Our. Staring at she. She moves into another room. She picks up a letter and then it's one of those montages where like the character sitting reading, but it's the voice over of the person who wrote the thing. But you're just like sitting on that shot of her sitting on a bench, like holding the letter and reading it. Slow pan through the empty house for an hour houses. Still empty, still empty. We're in. I would also watch a movie of imagine if like the movie was trying to be the game with all of its horrible faults. Like you're seeing a woman like open up a cupboard. And then she looks at a cassette tape turns around, but she accidentally opens the cover it again accepted because that taper fuck. No, I need a closet. Does she goes back and looks at the same time. Puzzles like she doesn't know. The next step is like, well, I just give up and she just stands there. Yeah. Google's con. How to get into my parents basement. Okay, thank you. Everyone who sends in emails of for this show next week that we tend seventeen Chelsea. We'll be back and we will be doing a show on co op games. So I'm sure a lot of you have great stories for that, so you can send them to polygon show at poly gone dot com. And you can also share this upset with your friends and getting heated arguments about the Super Mario Bros movie and listen to that that the podcasts that are sentence. Thank you so much. Everyone has been the problem..

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"whiteley" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"whiteley" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Now now now no whiteley as the bible is you already know we only the man y'all get into public people to me do we have been on sprinting doc was nineteen how you feel the present this whenever that had every pets me temple that helps the got it say that again over the deel you already know we only prayed just a model we we air air air whatever saying in a way as manifesto one time now now he's he's a now mass jets his pets gives breath of life no i'll add that click god god saints right now don't y'all spirit stay take probably funding how thank you bob nfl coming appraise the end son even the holy spirit one of if you already know we only if the model yeah you know we them air air air whatever saying say you can feel.

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"whiteley" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"whiteley" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The whiteley white house has continued to say and continues to say they're not gonna fire modern miller's not going to get fired and that they're cooperating he didn't say the chuck todd assumes that they've stopped cooperating with the muller investigation there's no evidence of that that i know of nobody said anything in any responsible news outlet and just to show these not an isolated incident i also just have to play this hilarious clip from cnn's washington presidential historian douglas brinkley so it's not that he gets a little overwrought about this listen to them is there any comparison to nixon saturday night massacre yeah i mean this'll be known as the friday nights slaughter you know this was i that jeff sessions has released something to form the public what this is done in an kind of cloak of secrecy late at night in a bazaar fashion the fact that he was about to have his pension and they couldn't let it go it's something very cruel and sad that's occurred tonight and i think our country now hopefully is going to wake up i mean donald trump is struggling for his life he is paranoid he felt that mccabe is was too close to call me and he decided to get rid of anybody in anything and that's standing in his way of kind of survival mode right now but i think we can say tonight that the trump white house is at war with our fbi the war is still on i mean really trump should be paying these guys rent because he's living in their head now let's take the other side of this to be fair donald trump should've kept his mouth shut over this because he got what he wanted it was.

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