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Derek Chauvin Guilty of Murder and Manslaughter in George Floyd's Death
"Reactions pouring in from around the country to the conviction of a white former police officer in the death of George Floyd last year in Minneapolis after former officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty we are able to breathe again George Floyd's brother felonious Florida outside the courthouse says this black man's killing was different than others because it was caught on camera other family members celebrated in Houston as heard on KTRK TV back in Minneapolis the Reverend al Sharpton says there's more work to do we still have cases of fright but this gives us the energy to fly home George Floyd square in Minneapolis is images of Derek Chauvin being handcuffed and led away played out on TV president Biden addressed the historic case it was a murder in full light of day and rip the blinders off I'm Jackie Quinn
Continuous Process Improvement
"It's been said to air is human but to really foul things up. You need a computer. Never automate a bad process. Oh in the oft-quoted garbage in garbage out. As it professionals we have always espoused people process then technology if we all know transformation or change starts with people and the processes. Why do we so often jump to the technology before fixing our process. Today's guest is tom west. Tom is the founder of green dot consulting group and the host of the podcast. The improvement nerds. Tom's mission is to change the world one process at a time. Welcome to the show. Tom oh thank you so much. What an awesome introduction with the quotes and the piles of. You know things that we sometimes step off on. you know. we know what we should do. Oftentimes but it's like once you get into a decision making role like the blinders. Come up you just think about goals and moving forward and oftentimes with that. You confuse activity with progress or productivity. So i cannot wait to have this episode. Kinda talk about how we help. People play this game in a little bit headset. moorehead's fashion well and kudos to you. One of the coolest podcasts names. It's probably the second coolest that i've heard the improvement nerds. I won't tell you which one i think is the coolest but the improvement nerves is pretty good so before we get into attacking the process problems takes on your journey. Tom how did you become the self proclaimed improvement nerd if you go and check me out on rink in which seems to be the only form of social media. I know how to use a lotta people ask. Why are you on twitter instagram. And the i'm there but don't expect to the impressed if you check me out there. But but on linked in you know i have a list that somewhat making fun of myself about all the acronyms after my name Having gone to school got my graduate degree and focused When i did my mba studies on finance. At the time. I was working in china services for fundraiser. And i thought i wanted to take my career in that direction and be someone who did fund development and how foundations grow and do amazing things. Through their efforts. I was doing at work. I started to look at my processes a little bit and notice that they had a little bit of opportunity for improvement within our picture. Your donor in the congregation. So it was a faith based organization to give a gift With the hopes of dna. Help someone else so very altruistic and then that donation goes through this process of being collected in. Were they practice their faith than being routed to my office then being accounted for then being cashed than being bashed and then routed to the field agents to finally do the good work that it was intended to do so there was a lotta process and and bottlenecks and a waste and the way every day that dollar was stuck in process it was consuming costs of the intended gift in the dollars actually given at the end very different and that just was unsettling the so. I started a focus on process and tried to wherever i could with a network. Make that work easier. More seamless more efficient and hopefully through that honored. I'd donors hours a little bit more morin. I had no idea what i was doing. Was a career track for project meanders or process improvement people. I just thought about what if i was that donor than what if i knew about all this waste that would upset me and I wanted to do something about it. So that was kind of where the initial seeds were planted. I eventually studied and got greenbelt. While at grad school that led me to do a couple of projects. And then i was nervous about most improvement people deal as inert nursing out about one of the projects had to work the In school with a friend on a training run for a marathon. And he's like you know. That's what i do. That's what i do for the hospitals here in. Did you know where also hiring and you know. I really looking but i was smart enough to say yes. I want to interview for that. That led to a nine year career in healthcare. Where i've actually studied got my pnp. I saw my black belt and then within two three years of that the organization wanted us to start to teach black belts internally and that led me to get my master blackball about what they issue the american society for quality in this severe following. All that that's a lot of credentials about why when after malls. Because i really wanted to be able to teach and coach and mentor other people. So that they can if these credentials for themselves because there's a lot of change that's needed and we need a lot of people to get the tools in order to lead those changes. So that's why i pushed myself to go for those higher levels and so that i can teach other people so they
'P' is for Passion
"I are bringing tia today. The letter p from our hope series which is passion. So how do we find our passion. How do we do that. I kind of want to go back to one of our guests that we've had on our show and pre kumar who was from india and she brought up something really really cool and she said if you wanna have passion. Take money out of the equation and seriously. Is that not the truth there. What zinc about keith. About what you guys would do or what you could accomplish if money just was not it right like you took money out shane. What would you do. What what kind of things would you take. Part in i would travel. Yeah exactly and so. Would i write because that. I'm totally passionate about traveling. And so i just want you guys to to think about that. What kind of things would you do if if money was not a factor in it wasn't in the equation so Gary voinea check. The often is called gary v. 'cause a lot of people can't pronounce last night but he's an american belarussian entrepreneur and he said skills are cheap. Passion is priceless and that was really cool because yeah we can learn a skill and it's pretty easy to to get right but how hard is it to get passion and keep that passion and and let it continue to drive you and i think that's that's really it. What i wanted to talk about was the word passion. And i looked into it a little bit and from its if you look at it from greek and latin meaning. It's to suffer and i thought that's interesting to suffer means passion. But think about it when you had when you're developing your passion. Whatever it is you have in order to build that passion. It's gonna come with a cost. It's going to come with some suffering. You know you might. It might take you forever to find your passion. But i just thought that was so fascinating that the were the word in greek and latin means to suffer and i think we have to go through some suffering to get to our passion Let me give you an example. So we love to travel. We talk about that a lot. But i didn't growing up i didn't we didn't travel a whole lot I had to learn that. That was my passion. Sometimes i can't live out. My passion can't travel every weekend. Because i don't have enough money but so i have to suffer through some of that in order to see my passion through. I just thought that was so fascinating fascinating to to see it from that side or that perspective the other side is the passion that we typically think about which is an intense enthusiasm towards something or a compelling desire to do something that that's my passion of traveling is just that i love to do it I don't think i was born with it. I don't think anybody is born with any passion. You have to find it within you know. When i was growing up a little child i loved to play soccer. I had baseball cards at collected. Had garbage pail kids. And i when i was thinking about this. I remember sitting at the table with grammy and talking about dodger baseball. She would be reading the newspaper and she'd be. Hey you know about this player this player and she taught me to be passionate about dodger baseball and still lives within me today. i can't see as many dodger games as i want to live Especially right now. But i love taking my family to dodger stadium and it brings me back to my childhood when we sat in the stadium watching ron say and steve garvey dusty baker and all of those phenomenal players that she allowed me to see the passion in dodger baseball. That i have today Now you know it could be. A people could have a passion for animals or art or hobbies like dancing or singing or writing or yoga. anything. But i don't believe that we are born with that. I think we have to develop it. And we have to go through that suffering like they're talked about to develop that passion. Howard thurman was an american author philosopher and educator in civil rights leader and. He said this. Don't worry about what the world needs ask. What makes you come alive and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive. And i think that cannot be more true than it is right now. They we see so many people that are not coming alive. They're just going through life. Just almost robotically and i think if we have something that we're passionate about anything hopefully you can hear it in our voice when we talk about travel and that passion that really is a passion of ours and if we if we don't focus too much on what the world needs and what we think the world needs and that we come alive. We're going to be much more passionate simply about living life. I love that you brought up grammy. 'cause she she is an awesome individual and Sad that i can't spend as much time with her anymore. Obviously because she's passed on but She i think you brought up that in my life. One of the things that grammy was super passive passionate about was swimming and she. I'll never forget. She was the one that taught me how to swim. Grammy was a fish and so she was super passionate about the water. I mean grammy was passionate about a lot of things right. And i think that's where some of our passion comes from is from the some of the things that she taught us and i think that's why shane and i really love to swim so much. 'cause grammy would. We would always swim whether that was in the ocean or in her pool that she had in her backyard. But we would all i. I swear every time. I saw drama we were. She was always swimsuit and we were swimming. Yep that's what. I remembered so i i. I think that's true is it's like find something that you really love and i think a lot of times. It's like going back to your childhood. What is that thing that you did as a child that you don't do now that you're passionate about and then what's stopping you from continuing those things. Shane and i love dodger baseball. We got that from grammy. We also love swimming. We got that from grammy when we were kids and so i think a lot of times. It's about you know what what was it when you were a child. And why aren't you doing that thing. Now what what is stopping you from having that passion. I think passion is like a fire. That's with inside you rate the just. Nobody can extinguish and that. You don't want to extinguish it. Can night that fire and let it burn within you. i also want to bring up something That i was thinking about too as i was thinking about passion I think it kind of goes back to Another episode that we recorded with benita condie. And she said this in an. I think it has to do with passionate as well as that when we put our blinders on is that thing. We're passionate about just right here. And we can't see it. We can't we just have to take these blinders off to to be able to see that thing where we're passionate about typically. It's right in front of you. So if you don't have a passion or can't find warner of wondering how do i get more passion. It might just be right in front of you. You just have to open that fear up a little bit maybe to find that passion that theme that you're super super passionate about yup. I think often too often. We get comfortable in our comfort zone and we think well. We don't need passion in order to live and i would strongly disagree. I think we that's why we're talking about passion that's why it's part of our hope series because we strongly believe that in order to live life and come alive. You have to have something you're passionate about. It doesn't have to be many things it can but if you're passionate about one thing then it's going to help you So have you ever thought about your passion being something a tool to motivate and inspire others. Think about that.
"blinder" Discussed on A Penny For Your Thoughts c/o Beautiful Girls and All We Have Gone Through
"When you wear your blinders you don't pay attention to what goes on. What where or even win probes for twenty two twenty two my son pay attention to what i say. Turn your ear to my words not let them out of your sight. Keep them within your heart for their life to those who find them and health to once whole body. Can you believe. I think you're my other hat. You make me feel young and start to see the light hearing words that leads me to a centerpiece in my heart. The blood is rushing. My breathing is a spreading that causes my heart flutter. I can't wait to see you. Even when i don't see where that feeling come from never saw coming who edited in the story of my life. I had it all met written down and diagrams posted here and there. It's all wrong. I don't see what has happened. I melt when i hear your voice. It's the first and only voice. I want to hear more days and nights. I sometimes can't feel my body. Because of the numbness is discuss real a chance to have some together time. But how will it be when someone goes and sees you will the response be the same when you are alone. A struggle to shoulder and then go past house final reaction to what i want to say to you. I can't thank that. If i tried again on remapping screens. The true story of life will find its way into looking for chicago or even a new way out. This is weird not knowing where to go when approaching you sneaky up to the playlist. I didn't even see this song anyway..
The Audio Adventures of Harry & Meghan
"Less than a year. Since michelle obama's podcast lawn spotify have landed and other big proposition. Harry and meghan will be delivered into your is in the new year in the form of the incredibly uninteresting. Lee named podcast arch well audio Rebecca what is the show going to be about almost already forgotten it. E- hiring stories from inspiring people. It's you know it's corporate kind of stuff you know. They might not be working royals officially anymore but they certainly get involved in anything that's bit but dirtier a bit edgy. So it's going to be very lifting content An i i don't know unless they start sharing things about the personal lives. I don't know how to appeal. It's going to have in the long term. the style of it. I mean we only have a trade list. Go on so far but the style is notably. Podcast i'm not that corporate. We can eric lip sherie restore no say it. I think it sounds really nice. With your accent ultra. Ultra ultra audio. I mean rene shall we guys. I'm harry and meghan one of the things. My husband and i have always talked about is our passion for meeting people and hearing their stories and no matter what the story the usually offer you an understanding of where someone else's coming from and at the same time remind you in some way of a story about yourself and that's what this project is all about to bring forward different perspectives and voices. The perhaps you haven't heard before and find common ground different voices. Different perspectives could be less establishment an elitist than a member of the common ground. They must it's just i am no nothing against either of them personally and i'm sure it'd be perfectly listenable but it's the this idea that that telling stories that haven't been told as though there are hundreds of protestors out there who've been doing that for years Yes but i'm not. I personally don't resent them. You know someone who makes similar shows to the ones they're describing i. I've kind of always thought the most celebrities get involved in podcasting. Jimmy collins is everybody he does drive up listenership for podcasting and ultimately that's a good thing for everyone making cast rising tide carries ships. So something more in the sex is good. I mean things that knowing me arch well audio is production company. Name rather than the brand name. But maybe that'll be fixed later on show it will be. I mean people have said to spotify. They had problems with royalties so maybe this is their acquisition of gimli. I'm not gonna say it's paying off but this is another coup that at least uses some of the things that they bought because that style that informal so we just heard in the trial is meghan. Markle is season actress but even so to produce prince harry to sound like that. I imagine must've taken actually quite a lot of effort and that's the kind of thing gimblett. Good isn't it. I mean for for spotify. They they've got a blinder of year They signed up. A lot of people have acquired companies. They're positioning themselves that you have to basically use the spotify app as your podcast app because it will combine shows you can get publicly from. Rss feeds with shows exclusive to that platform. And this just like michelle obama on a job. Rogan will do that. And they're they're playing a blinder. Will it be a super successful show if it was them solving family problems. Why do you think it is the rebecca the four. I mean i'm using the short end of calling them royals. I know technically. They're not in the official practicing royal family but four royals. Why do you think podcasting would appeal. Where it's hard to imagine a royal. Even an excommunicated one doing a regular radio show. Tv show you know making would not be doing fine witchy quick answer probably because they can edited shit. You know it's very. It's very safe way for them to they can achieve things. They make themselves sound relatable polka like having a friend in your ears but also it's obviously going to be edited very carefully so it can be presented in this in the package. They've got in mind. I'm not gonna lie. I mean i might listen. If they drop a few hints about their private lives. I mean on that does their willingness to allow certain vetted meteoroid is asians access into their private lives contradict with what they're doing in the high court. I mean you know. They're suing associated newspapers. They're suing a picture agency for invading. Their privacy can they have it both ways yes. They need to make living but they are making a living by selling access to themselves. Well i think that's very in line with what they're doing that they have decided that it's going to be entirely beyond their own terms. And that's a mixture of legal giving exclusives owned media. Have got a documentary thing with netflix's well as they've got this spotify so yeah i mean i think it fits the pat now whether it works out. We'll see. I'm sure it'll be absolutely fine for them I think they also know that they've got to by being totally against the press which is pretty much what they are. They need access to their own media so social media. Podcast and the netflix tally to to get their own voices heard. They don't need the inbetween of the sun. The daily mail to communicate to the to the public and done that to you. They've created their own channels to to speak to subjects directly. It's interesting 'cause. I think we have seen recently a bit more of a celebrity. Push back against this idea that it is a trade off. I think you know for you know decades. We've accepted as fact this idea that if you're famous you owe us certain amount of your personal life. It comes with the territory and we've just kind of let that be you know. Just the fact. Yeah well now we're seeing push back. I think you awareness. That mental health has contributed to the celebrities. Are saying why who says you know. And i think having their own social media pocus platform etc has really boosted that movement towards no. I'll tell you what you can have. an from. Sports point of emu say work in terms of getting people to the platform. And i'm sure it will but they're investing so much money. Do you know how they judge whether it's a success. I mean what's the metric because way they make money is by converting into premium subscribers or selling them targeted ads. You know a jet for model to have. That's that's so poke. If you're spotify subscriber endanger ads on the music. You will still get ads on the po costs. So there's there's an ad model there. I'm looking forward to make an harry. Doing s- quest based and dodi shots but they will re reads the ads in michelle obama's show. Maybe they'll have a third person a stunt character. He'll do the reeds for them. Who knows some courtier. But that that's that's the market. I but for spotify a whole you remember the music. Pit doesn't really make any money but they need to do is shave. A couple of percentage points off the royalties. They pay all the volume that they pay the record companies to make the whole thing profitable so if i was them and i was saying hey only thirty percent of the audio consumed on spotify is music now when we come up to rights negotiation. We have another look at that so by being broader they have a few levers they can pull. It could actually make their operation much more. Profitable nothing postings. Partly way to do though
"blinder" Discussed on CATALYST
"Hi Liz you've covered sexual assault and sexual harassment for a number of different angles within sports and athletics would spend the catalyst for your research on the me too movement in sport. So I was lucky enough to be the instructor of record for a number of classes during my time at Tennessee. My. Second. Semester. I was teaching sport governance course and like most management courses the class was primarily men. If I had a class of thirty, it wasn't uncommon to have twenty eight male students in the class and I was sexually harassed by a student in this class. So started out with an email asking if I would go to a FRAT party with them. And I. I didn't know what to do honestly because I had never been in a situation like that before where I was in a position of power and and had someone come to me like this and so. I didn't do anything. I just I responded to the email and I said, you know I don't don't socialize with students of any gender outside the classroom. Let's keep it professional but that was really I didn't make a big deal out of it. I didn't tell anyone a supervisor or Other. Students I just really kept it to myself and a few weeks later it was probably the first warm day of the semester and and I remember it very clearly I was wearing a blue dress in a blazer and I walked into the classroom and the same student cat call whistle that me. And again. I was very taken aback and I didn't even acknowledge it. I didn't say anything it just kind of moved on with the lecture, but it was a really uncomfortable situation and and I hope that no one in the class really thought anything of IT but a female student came to me a few weeks later in expressed A little bit of concern with this male student and he was making some comments in class both about me and other students in the class other female students in the class about what we were wearing and the way that we looked and. It hit me that I had mishandled the situation that I, I should have gotten someone else involved and I should have taken things more seriously. and. So from that point on I did I. Let my supervisor know and he and the department chair kind of took handle of the situation and and met with the student and kind of laid everything out for for him in terms of what could potentially happen if this type of behavior continued and I didn't necessarily want the student to get into trouble because I think he was mostly ignorant. He didn't understand that what he was doing was problematic. So I'm mainly wanted him to understand that it was problematic and that if he did this in the workplace, it could result in him getting fired and so. I took it to my adviser and said to him from a personal side and a professional side. What should I do in the future and he was really awesome at acknowledged hey I'm a straight white male and I've never been sexually harassed before. So I don't know what to you. Let's figure it out and so he encouraged me to start talking to female faculty. so I approached the only woman faculty at our next Conference. So is a conference of several hundred people a good number of faculty, but only one woman faculty and I told her my story. and. I remember it. Again, I was wearing the same blue dress and blazer because as a Grad student, I made no money. So I frequently wore the same outfit and over again and she said to me well, what were you wearing because if you were wearing this outfit, I can I can see why somebody would have done that because you're an attractive young woman. and. So I was mortified. So not only was I sexually harassed in the classroom in front of my entire class mishandled the situation I, bring it to someone who I'm hopeful will help me and that's the response I get. So I brought it back to my adviser and and he was like, let's go back to the drawing board. Let's start over I'm going to encourage you to do something a little crazy but I think you should make a research project out of this. So I started interviewing female faculty about their experiences and by the time that was done conducting interviews I had interviewed. But Twenty five female faculty and found out that almost all of them. So only one of them had never experienced any type of harassment from student or a colleague, and it was from students it was from. Colleagues from superiors. It was from department chairs, deans you name it women had experienced bullying incivility, sexual harassment sexism, and so that's kind of where where the story started and from there it's really taken off. I've surveyed female faculty act surveyed female. Students Female students in internships So so I've really done a ton of research on the topic in in sports specifically within sport management. With the me too movement we've seen a lot of relief visible perpetrators. In high positions with big careers I'm thinking of Kevin Spacey and I'm thinking of Harvey Weinstein and the consequences for for those two men have been fairly considerable But when we're thinking about professional sports, organizations where players or individuals associated with the organization have been accused of sexual harassment or sexual assault while they may have faced harsh criticism. Perhaps they haven't faced similar consequences. Do you think that's the case and if so why? Yeah I absolutely think that's the case and I think it's a really. Basic. Answer in that fans and end the general public. In a larger scale don't. Understand sexual violence and mean by that is I think that most people believe that sexual violence is about sexual desire and then they don't believe that professional athletes would ever struggle to find someone who's interested in them sexual aid. So if you've ever heard a professional footballer or men's basketball or baseball player who's been accused of. Some form of sexual violence a lot of the commentary around it from fans is that's not true. Every woman wants to sleep with them. So there's this idea that they would never be able to commit that act because they're desirable because they're an athlete. But what these fans don't realize is that sexual violence isn't about sexual desire at all. It's about power and those individuals who engage in these behaviors. So things like sexual harassment sexual assault are motivated by feeling as though they're in power or in control of the victim also that fans are typically willing to excuse deviant behavior as long as the athletes are performing at a high level. So in some cases if there is. DNA evidence or video evidence like we've seen in some domestic violence cases as long as the player is performing well on the field and their member of of a fans favourite team there typically willing to excuse the deviant behavior right so there's this idea of sports. Blinders were sports. Fans are so loyal to their teams that they're willing to look the other way. Yeah. Absolutely. They'd become kind of so engrossed in their fandom that they're only interested in the onfield performance of of the team and of the individuals who played for the team and I think a really easy example is Kobe Bryant and I know that his death was extremely tragic and there was a lot of controversy when. Feminist researchers, feminist scholars brought up his his actions and the accusations against him early in his career. But Kobe essentially came out and said at first I thought what was happening was consensual but now I realized it wasn't consensual so although he didn't admit his guilt in court and things were settled outside of the courtroom fans still didn't believe what happened with sexual assault because they didn't want to kind of engage in that off the field.
Conquering the Survival Mode of Motherhood with Jennifer Blossom
"I. Do I mean even now? I. Mean I've only. been a mom for a very short period of time but I'm already feeling that message of I have to do it all and and I know that that's You know there's I think some sort of like it's supposed to be this empowering thing of like Oh we're women we can do it all but it's like, what are we supposed to because when you're trying to wear every single hat which has mons, you do have to juggle a lot but that's What creates? The problems like you were having an extreme life imbalance that was causing this anxiety of trying to do it all. So it's like, how do you navigate that? Exactly. Exactly. Well, my very first message for MOMS that we have to first identify it like we cannot change anything until we I recognize what that problem is and so that's conversations are so important because society and culture in the message of Modern Day Motherhood. Is telling us like we were saying to do other things balancing the things and and banks to social media like it's rain does however like we are always inundated with what? Seems like everybody's highlight reel, right like all the moms doing all the things perfectly, and we can't measure up and so it's really having those blinders on and knowing that what's most important to you and to your family and really starting starting in your mind and then filtering down to creating those healthy habits that are going to support you in your Motherhood Journey of what's most important for you and for your family in this currencies. So do you recommend a gas creating? So I. Guess we'll just take me for example, because I'm new at those like. Creating these habits. So it's like I'm starting from nothing and I'm all of a sudden handed this child that they're like, Hey, take this kid home and keep it alive and. You know your mom now what it's still just like crazy how they don't make you take a course before. Brian for before bringing on kid home and You know. So there is this initial. I'm just trying to survive right now mode. So. How do I start to create? I guess good habits or not. Let myself be completely depleted when I'm only a couple of weeks in to this. Right, we'll go I got a credit youtube you're doing so amazing and I feel like as MOMS whether we are brand new moms are we just added a new child or like for all of us right in the middle of Kobe? Always knew balls throwing our weight and I do like throughout our motherhood. We are always in in like redefining different seasons and so for you Elizabeth and for all of our listeners tweet today I, we have to address the mindset and so this really is about number one casting the vision for your life casting the vision for your Hud, and that sounds like super. We rahm like it's so so important because when we have that vision for your life and even for this current season of your motherhood that's going to help determine like what? Steps to take for because if you don't have that final or end destination in mind like how do you know what you're walking and working towards and so for you and this currencies and it's not about getting there as fast as you can to the end, it's about learning where you're aiming towards and then just showing up every day taking one step forward and so for you looking at okay. What kind of mom do I WANNA BE? What kind of mom I wanNA show up as what's important to me? What's meaningful for my family? How? Are these values that I want to bring to the table and when you can sit down and really stink about that and think about how you WANNA show up for yourself and how you WANNA show up for your child and not looking at you know other people on what they're doing but really going inwards instead of looking outwards determining knows values for you and for your life. That's our very first step in getting out of this survival mode Doing, everything at once it's just getting quiet and still going inwards and learning. Okay. What's what's valuable for me what? What what what, and how do I WANNA show up as and then once we determine that then we start to build out those habits and strategies. That are going to help support you and support your mission which begin totally get into as well. Yeah. For sure. Well, I guess like so right now the thing. I'm probably most struggling with is. This beautiful little girl is completely reliant on me and I was we were in bed last night and my husband and I were just holding hands and I was like mayhem like I love our daughters so so much but I already miss a part of us. Like it's only been a couple of weeks and it's like man I. Miss like. Just. Being able to connect with my husband because he works long hours and he comes home and he's tired and I'm tired and you know you can't really be intimate right after having a baby and there's Like trying to find even that balance of how do I even be a wife right now because I'm figuring out how to be a mom and I'm already feeling guilty. Right right. Well, what's so important in this this is going to shift like throughout every season motherhood is like determining those priorities in your life right so you have that vision now it's all about, okay. What are those priorities? What are those essential? So obviously like our marriage because of we make if we make everything in our life and everything and Your Motherhood, right now a priority nothing really is a priority. So so things that. Maybe, we're a party like pre kid don't have a room at your party table right now. So it's really about looking at. Okay. What's important? What's meaningful for us right now our family boom our marriage. Okay. So what are some healthy boundaries that we can put into place? So we know that we are being intentional with our marriage because marriage is one of those things I feel like once you have kids, you have two choices like. Pre kids are like, no kids at all like with your marriage like you can either grow together or you can grow apart in. So Elizabeth like you feeling that with your Hubby in. Embedded it's like, okay like what a we need to do to protect this marriage because I feel like that's one of the biggest struggles for so many moms is that we get so busy doing motherhood and so busy between mom life that are marriage gets pushed to the back burner, and then we look up in eighteen years now and it's like we don't even know who are husband is anymore, and so it's really about taking those unintentional moments in our day and in our in our lives to. figure out how can we carve out that time to connect together
Raise Your Frequency & Tune-up Your Energy With Crystal Singing Bowls With Colin Hillstrom
"Once up action tribe here host and founder of mice, Chaka's my seven Corales dot com, the show where we help you expedients, effortless healing awakening, and Barnes today's episode we go deep into conversations and discussions about sound healing, one of our most favorite topics, raising levels of consciousness, letting off stock emotions, and the power of immersing yourself in healing sound, but before diving in. I'd like to remind you that. I have recently released a twenty page document that outlines some of my favorite Whiz, my tried and tested with to raise my wife rations and feel better a worst immediately, so if you'd like to check that out for that free download, my seven juxtapose dot com forward slash feel better now. Mice showed US dot com slash. Feel better now and get your pdf download all right, so let's bring on our special guest for today's. Golden Hills from is an innovator and practitioner specializing in alchemy. Sound Healing For archetype consciousness coaching advanced light meditation and transmission homeopathy. Believes that continually growing once awareness, understanding and knowledge of the chucker system is a most practical way for living a more balanced alliance, successful and Fulfilling Life Colin created his first full time wellness center in nine, hundred, ninety four, and has studied and certified on various. Mazda practitioners, including Dr, Ryan, or banners, and would renowned sound healer and Inuit Sherry, Edward, so as you can imagine topics for today are going to be in and around sound and vibration, frequency and healing in consciousness, and you're gonNA. Really enjoy today's conversation so Golan welcome to our show, and are you ready to inspire? Yes I am thank you. Thank you very much for having me on the show and Yes, ready to inspire is all about that right? I mean a lot of people talk about. On spirituality and social growth, and all sort of things and And those conversations can become quite hetty often approach from a left brain kind of side. The question at the end of the day's would actually we inspired you today, and that's what he wants about being letting Spiridon, and and really living by inspiration, though yes ready to inspire today, you Betcha. Absolutely and also listeners for some context as you probably know most of the guests that I've interviewed in the past activity, ninety percent of our business in the US. and. Especially since I am in a very conscious and you know spinach centered place. Vancouver was to reach out to some of the experts and visionaries and healers in the vicinity, and perhaps having person conversations with them, and so calling is actually bist into Victoria, not far from Vancouver, and this is me going in the direction of connecting with amazing people locally, and then, if possible, now that's a hint having in percent of us with folks in my community about healing about sound about frequency. Right so super excited about this session collapse. We can start with your childhood. What was it like growing up in your husband? And where did you grow up? I grew up near Hamburg Germany Two years old when I immigrated to Canada. and. So, what was it like growing up? I grew up in a very small city of about forty thousand people between Hambleton over. A city that has no post. Post secondary education, though virtually everybody after great thirteen, the Germans middle different from the Canadian like after great for you begin to specialize the either day in the General School, the Middle School until grade, ten or you early on Tuesday academic route Nicole was called high school, which is basically great, five hundred, thirteen, leading towards post secondary education. So virtually all my friends including myself degrade thirteen. We went somewhere else because there was no other place to study and I studied. At the university, of Munich for a year while it's actually not really quite true I enrolled in. In our school of law at the University of Munich, I went to one lecture and I thought that everybody else was like. Advanced compared to me and I decided to drive truck for year instead of going to university so I did that. And then I decided to study business administration and I enrolled at the University of Hamburg. I went to a few lectures. Derek got few credits and just couldn't wait for my ticket to leave. Germany, I was Prior to that thirteen years old spent a Lotta Time in France on exchange program. That's. That was A. That was very. Informative for me that Germany's a place that's really know for tunnel vision, and that's just very dramatic. Way is just like you basically almost like you just have blinders around yourself dislike like a horse. Pulling a cart in a way and that's in a way. That's the dramatic way of seeing you'd think of the way geographic on Germany's a wedge between East, and West Germany. That's just like the mind. Develop Sideway, though when I was thirteen years old I got the opportunity to do a debate in an exchange program. The French student and that was kind of my first. And my mind that there was also. A different wages. And absolutely loved it, and I remember like being We as a family are my host family I would go out with a with a fisherman on the little fisher boat are hardly tours and I thought to myself at the two year old. When I'm old. Enough I'M GONNA leave this place Germany, and I'm going to move to France on. We're GONNA become a fisherman. and they went over seventeen or eighteen years old. I thought I can't wait to get away from here
US consumer spending sinks by record 13.6% in face of virus
"Aniela let me start with you and With the caveat that we're GONNA have Nancy Marshall Genzer here in a minute talking about personal income. I want to get your take as the trained economist in the room on the on the thirteen point something percent drop in consumer spending in the past month and I want you to frame it in terms of well. Consumers are basically this entire economy. Now what do we do right? The consumers are the engine of growth for the economy but the consumer has been staying at home. Many of us are under lockdown orders. That are just now starting to ease and so what we've seen. Is this phased in transition from a near lockdown of the national economy in April to a phase reopening That's happening in stages in so consumer spending is under the weight of that lockdown in terms of. Well there's nothing to spend our money on besides basic goods But also Some fear about re reengaging with the economy without social distancing protection and so the key to the recovery will be that consumers feel healthy both physically and financially to get back to spending at their normal levels. And we're GONNA talk about that a little bit with with Marshall Genzer Minute Gina As sort of along those same lines Fisher J. Paul did a thing today with Ellen blinder at Princeton Sort of a Q. And a. It was. It was a very nice little chat with those guys who've obviously known each other forever. But one of the things Alan blinder said. He's a professor of economics at Princeton. He said look. You guys are crossing some red lines in this crisis and Powell came back and said. Yeah you know what? I'm okay with that because this is different. I thought that was a remarkable thing for the guy running the American economy to say remarkable. You know basically said emergency unlike anything we've ever seen before if we didn't cross the red lines we'd have to explain ourselves to the American people and say why. Why didn't you do everything you possibly could do to save. The enemy was a remarkable statement. I think it's it's really interesting coming from pal too because he has historically been particularly concerned about crossing. Some of the red lines at the Fed has crossed one of them for example is fine municipal debt. You know. That's that's something Derek opt to start doing. It's something that he's been asked about four in asked he was always very quick to say. That's a lie. Don't Cross picking winners and losers This crisis Bonilla's so Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell said today just sort of on those along those lines of this being you know an unprecedented crisis senator. Mcconnell said today you know the next relief bill whenever it comes Is probably going to be the last one you buy that now. Not at all because we're still in the early transition of the of the economy. The second quarter is supposed to bear the brunt of the economic toll of covid nineteen remember. We've already seen a five percent decline and US GDP just on basis of two weeks of a shutdown in late March. So imagine what the second quarter is going to look like and you know. Much of the stimulus has come at a time when people can't spend because they're at stale they're staying at home so I expect that there will be more stimulus. We may see some some green shoots of recovery in the second half and it's likely that we will but that's going to be in the midst of an uptick in bankruptcy says firms struggle to make this transition and some longer term effects in terms of the forty million people who are now seeking or have Unemployment benefit so. There's a long red to recovery and I don't think we get it. We get out of a relief effort from the from the government that quickly so junior. You did a piece of honestly and I apologize. I don't remember if it was today or yesterday about the shape of this recovery in the line stuck with me is v stands for very unlikely which I kinda love. Let's riff on that. Green shoots thing What do you see out there that gives you hope if anything right so I think if there's one hopeful take away from that road it's that we're not in for an out so it's very unlikely the growth just fell off a cliff and it's just gonNa stay low forever and that's it because what we're seeing is that activity is picking up in an starting at certain improve as we kind of get used to living in this world at a one thing that's important to note? Is that activities picking up in places that have reopened not really markedly different way than it is in places that have reopened more fully at While to sign of green shoots. I think it's also reason to be modest in our expectations. What's going to happen? As we reopen doesn't seem like he blurts pouring back into their lives with unbounded doozy Azam. Here nearly you by that. And what green shoot do you like it if any well I? I think it's the preconditions that we were. In prior to the pandemic. It's important to remember. This is a a biologically triggered downturn that the economy wasn't broken Going into the outbreak in the pandemic and so there are several things that were already in place like a healthy banking system that can support some pretty intense and aggressive fed action through the banking system. That wasn't the case in during the financial crisis the banks were the problem. We've also seen consumers have relatively healthier balance-sheets than they did during the financial crisis in terms of them out of debt relative to their income. So some of those conditions will help with the economic toll. But right it's going to be. I think a slower road than a V. shape And it's going to be based on biological and medical advancements not just reopening alone
Lamar reviews 'The Stranger'
"Good friend of ours recommended the stranger and she was not wrong. The Stranger is based on a novel by Hauling Cohen. And it was originally set in New Jersey but Netflix chose to move to England because evidently British mysteries or a lot cooler than American mysteries. And I don't disagree but along with that. Coolness comes that British accent that makes everybody sound smarter and what they're saying seem more important. It has its own set of problems. I can't always understand what they're saying to characters home sentences that will make everything clear with a hugely dramatic consequence and cargoes wait. What did you say go? We wish? Stop and rewind which means instead of going back to riot before the two sentences we wind up twelve minutes earlier so they're not trying to fast forward back to where we were and zoo passed it and then we see some that we should have seen until we understood those two sentences and callers like what are you doing and I said I'm over here if you could do any better take the remote now. We're having a fight over this because it's it's nuts nuts and it happened at least three or four times in each episode. So now it's like I don't know the words they're using this need. I need less mumbling. Okay and so what? I should have done what I'm telling everybody else to do. If you have this problem it's turn on the closed caption it so you can see what these fools are talking about. It's at don't ever have this problem. One Lamar the TV show peaky blinders learned how to turn the clothes caption on A. I agree with what you're saying but right now there's some guy from England who's living in the United States saying are you telling me some guy from Georgia is criticizing how the English speak what they invented the language. At least it looks like they could speak it clearly. Mean no it's true. It's very and the toughest understand out of the all of the United Kingdom Areas is Scotland Scottish. Accent to me. I can't even understand what they're selling. Well I keep them I turn on the closed caption for peaky blinders and for outlander because when some of the side outlander characters dodger that. I'm pretty sure that Berta just said something critical to the plot. I have no idea what it was so I feel you Lamar. When Kelly was learning Japanese. She told me that she would. She would go to this place where the old Japanese men were talked to them. She said the hardest thing to understand is old because everybody they've been talking to each other for so long they just sort of say half the word and everybody's sort of picks up and I think this is what's happening here. I'm not getting the whole things I don't know anyway. Back to the story the series Stewart Richard Armitage and hit as Adam price season attorney has a wife and two boys. He's approached by this attractive young woman. The Stranger played by Hannah. Joe John Cameron and she tells him that his wife has a secret and she has been lying to him for the last two years she tells him or he can find the proof and now that he knows that she's a liar. He no longer has to stay with her so this she just leaves now. When he confronts his wife his wife says well. There's more to it and I'll tell you everything but not right this minute it while this is going on. A decapitated animal is discovered in the middle of the town. Along with that comes. Multiple visits from the stranger to other people naked bodies found in the woods. Really Bad Cup. I really good cup murder embezzlement blackmail infidelity and so many other things that have nothing to do with each other or do they have power. They connected snowden brings more questions but no answers. It's just definitely been show. You can't stop once you start there eight episodes. They're forty two minutes just rated TV may for language include the F word a lot edgier seat twist and turns with a lot of surprises and a lot of British monklands. It's you have no idea what's going on but overall it's a good series. My schoolwork is four solid budweiser. I enjoyed
Where Do We Get $2,000,000,000,000?
"Keep reading this number with an astonished voice but I feel like I have to do it every single time to it two trillion dollars just like it just stops me every single time. It is a lot of money. Obviously if it saves the economy from collapsing into another great depression it is worth every penny so the number one question. I think that a lot of people might ask when they hear two trillion dollars. They know that the federal government does not have two trillion dollars sitting around. The federal government is already in debt so way. Are they going to get the money in the next few weeks? So okay we can think of this in terms of two buckets very very big buckets. One bucket is money that basically already exists out there in the world. The other bucket is money that is going to be created out of thin air. The magic bucket. The magic bucket was afraid. You were going to say that. Let's start with the money that is already out there in the world basically the US government is going to borrow money by issuing treasury bonds. This is something that does all the time. If you have money in a retirement account you are probably lending money to the US government whether you know it or not investors all around the world are all the time lending tons of money to the US government but these are not normal times the US economy is functionally shutdown. I worry about the integrity of the US government. Why would investors around the world still give money in uncertain times to the US government? Why would they lend money when they could just sit on cash by golder? Yes so Robert. When we set out to work on this show I called up Alan blinder. He was the vice chair of the Fed back in the ninety S. He's a professor at Princeton. And he's he's one of the smartest people I know on this stuff and I asked him that question like why would people buy treasury bonds right now. There is a huge market for. Us Treasury debt for the simple reason that it's considered the safest asset money can buy and this is a time when the safest asset money can buy. Sounds really good. You Bet you know I understand this Jacob and we say this all the time the strength of the. Us Treasury bond is that it is the safest asset but in my heart. I do question whether there are two trillion dollars worth of takers out there. Ready to stand in line for this asset when we need it the most. How do we know it's still true? You know the answer say it you gotTa talk about interest rates. You Bet so right now today the. Us Government can borrow money for ten years at an interest rate of left than one percent a year right so this is trillions of dollars of smart investor money begging to lend money the government at a super super like historically low interest rate basically giving the government money for free because they trust the government so much because they are desperate to lend to the US government because if they were worried at this point like literally if they were worried today about the US government they would charge a much higher interest rate. And you only have to look back at the euro crisis in Greece When Greece needed money investors demanded a very high interest rate the same with Argentina any of these countries in trouble. If you're going to lend the money you're going to ask for ten fifteen twenty percent return if you're asking for less than one percent return you know you're gonNA get your money back. Yeah it is still one of the safest loans you can make on the planet even with all the debt people trust the US government with their money. And if I were to wake up one morning during this crisis and find that the. Us Treasury interest rate had skyrocketed. So that is probably not going to happen. And the reason it's probably not going to happen is actually like the next hole sort of chunk of the show their big thing. Oh it is the other bucket yes. It's the unfortunately named magic bucket right. That is the money created out of thin air bucket. So so now is the part where we talked about the Fed the Federal Reserve America's central that the Fed the Fed cavalry. So you and I did a show last week about the Fed rate so just to be clear the bill we're talking about today the two trillion dollars. That's Congress right. Congress is in the middle of passing that Bill. The president is almost certainly going to sign it. That's like one whole set of things k. The other big thing going on in the world the other big response to this crisis in America at least economically and financially has come from the Fed The feds doing a bunch of things. But what's important for? This show is the Fed is buying tons and tons of treasury bonds which is to say the Fed itself is lending hundreds of billions of dollars to the US government. And and you know one question. I had here for for blinders. Wait if everybody around. The world is so eager to lend the government. Why does the Fed need to be getting in on doing it to the Fed is GonNa do that? To the extent it is necessary to keep interest rates from going up so in other words if everyone in the world is clamoring to lend money to the US government interest rates. Stay low. That's great but if people get nervous about the United States then the Fed is there to keep buying to keep that rate. Low argued example if you went back to World War. Two which is the last time really. We had a mobilize the where we have to mobilize now. It does feel like right. I KEEP COMING BACK TO WORLD WAR. Two I you should so in World War Two. The Fed was very explicit that they were going to keep the interest rate on government bonds. Very very low for the duration of the war. And that's more or less what they're doing now. Is this time. It's the war against the virus. Yes hopefully well. It'll be a much shorter war but it's hope so yeah The Fed has said it's going to lend money to the government without limit. Bright more or less. Where does the Fed get the money? Oh that's the neat part about being a central bank. It doesn't have to get the money. It just creates the money something you and I wish we could do but only the central bank can do that so all of this money these hundreds of billions of dollars the Fed is going to essentially lend to the government by buying bonds. Is that like new money that the Fed is creating new money. That's why it's sometimes we still sometimes use the phrase printing money but this is electron. Ix handover dollar bills to exchange for pieces of paper. That money will be irrelevant to this whole thing. So to recap the two trillion dollar stimulus. Rescue package is being paid for by investors like you and me investors all over the world as well as the Fed making sure that everything runs smoothly and interest rates remain low. Yeah and and what that last part means is the Fed creating hundreds of billions of dollars out of thin air and using them to buy bonds. Now this is where I start to worry a little bit because I remember when I took high school economics. Which was my last sort of formal economics. Train Ish The one thing. They taught us the one thing they taught us was. If you print too much money as a government the thing that inevitably happens is your money which is flooding into the system becomes worth less and you start to see inflate hyper even this. Is The story APOR inflation? They always tell the story of Germany in the nineteen twenties wheelbarrows full of money. Zimbabwe with its trillion dollar bake notes hyperinflation that cripples the entire economy. You can't even put a price tag on an item because it'll go up in two minutes and I mean the short version of what happens is ordinary investors. The people in that first bucket get scared about lending money to the government so the central bank that second bucket they start printing more money to lend to the central government and then investors get even more scared so the central bank prints more money and more and it and it turns into this spiral where inflation just goes up and gets totally out of control and completely destroys money. Basically and that's where you get this crazy. Runaway inflation with prices doubling every week and the value of money completely breaks down. So that's the story and I want to say just as clearly as possible. That is very very very unlikely to happen
Coronavirus infects U.S. economy; millions face financial ruin
"The tri state area has now seen nineteen deaths from the corona virus outbreak New Jersey governor Phil Murphy said today have a total of nineteen hundred and fourteen people in New Jersey have now tested positive for the virus twenty people have died there New York governor Andrew Cuomo said New York has seen one hundred fourteen deaths and over fifteen thousand cases Connecticut has seen five deaths from the virus governor Cuomo today called for the federal government to invoke the defense production act to get factories to make masks ventilators and other medical equipment he says the situation is dire this they cannot manage it states all across the country can't manage it certainly the states that are dealing with the highest caseload can't handle it but you're hearing it all across the country from states they just can't deal with finding the medical supplies that they need on CNN this morning mayor bill de Blasio said sixty people in the city have died from the virus eight thousand in the city are infected his forecast was Graham the truth is and new Yorkers and all Americans deserve the blunt truth it's only getting worse and in fact April and may are to be a lot worse right now we are a third of the cases in the country that's going to get worse for about two thirds or more the cases in New York state that's going to get worse the U. S. is entering a recession the ultimate fear is that it could last a long time and that has some worried about a depression some prominent economy watchers including former White House chief economist Glenn Hubbard and Kevin Hassett and former federal reserve vice chairman Alan blinder have drawn comparisons to the Great Depression although they have stopped short of forecasting
"I stopped by ousting Anna. If her family is originally from France. I thought when I was a kid for the longest time of course I thought it was French which seemed really exciting but I learned learning about my family history that we were actually Russian Jewish radicals. And you're still pretty radical. Yes yes I would say. I'm still pretty radical and I feel like I do come from a pretty radical lineage. Both to me. The definition of radical is that you are curious to go to the roots of the crises. That face us and not only do you go to those routes but then when you discover what those roots are you try to do something to change them so. My parents were both very radical and grandparents. Great grandparents. Yeah. We were sitting here with two books. One is your mom's Diet for a small planet and we'll talk about your Diet Fra Hot Planet. Your Mom Francis was right here in Berkeley. In the early seventies became kind of obsessed with looking at protein and she went to the library and basically came out with this entire theory. That blew away. You know years and years decades of thinking about that. There wasn't enough food on the planet and she was like No. There's plenty of food. There's just not enough democracy in distribution they growing up in that environment. Do you remember those times what I always take away from? My mother's story is both the need for all of us to keep asking those deep questions of why. Why is this happening? And and how do we actually fix it from its roots but also I think a lesson about the power of What Buddhists call the beginner's mind I think about in the story of Jane Goodall there? She was actually discovering what the experts literally couldn't see because they had the blinders of their expertise. And I think the story of my mother is the same thing she was this young woman. Who was discovering these answers to these deep questions by looking at the evidence? And she didn't have the blinders of any expertise around her. And I think that is a really powerful lesson to be. Learned no matter what you care about. The apple didn't for that far from the tree. That was having a conversation with someone who also is doing very similar work to his parents and he said he put it this way he was like. There is so much in the world to rebel against. I didn't need to rebel against the politics of my parents. And I feel that way as well But I will say personally this. This work wasn't what I thought I would do when I was younger. We were almost upon the thirtieth anniversary year of my mother's bestselling book this book diet for a small planet and like a lot of children. I had a really clear sense of what my mother should do with her life. And maybe not such a clear sense about my own and I sat her down New York City and said mom you have to write the sequel to this book. You touched so many lives but you really laughed and unanswered question. Which is that if your core thesis was that the problem of hunger is a problem of democracy then you left open this question of then what is democracy. And what is real democracy? Look like and how do we build communities? Whether is the kind of democratic engagement that will actually create healthy communities where people are not hungry and they get access to good healthy food so we said you should write a sequel exploring that question into that. I'll do this book if you will be my research assistant so I was in Grad school at the time and ended up signing on to work on this book with her and I went from research assistant to then be the CO author of this book together Co Authoring. This book together was for me. The life changing experience that made me realize that I wanted to work for food systems. Transformation for the rest of my life. So what were those powerful like? What was the realization sitting there working on the book with your mom so for that book. We traveled together to India Poland France Brazil Bangladesh and several places in the US and we remain friends to this day. Everywhere we went and everybody we met would have been a life changing moment. Put it all together even more so in the course of a year have this intimate close up view of both the potential around the world to really actually grow food and ways. That's good for communities in good for people but also to see the incredible global reach and impact of US based food companies food and chemical companies to see it all so clearly. You see the spread of a really highly processed diet. That's been terrible for our health that is going global. The other thing we really saw was the impact of US policies trade policies aid policies and develop policies. I know those in between books but the Diet for planet reading it after. Your Mom's book feels very much also like a sequel. I wanted to name it. Di- ever for a hot planet to be very explicit about the lineage of the work and what I talk about in Diet for a hot planet is fundamentally that in addition to the social and economic costs that my mother described Diet for a small planet of a very industrialized food system that's dependent on chemical inputs depending on synthetic fertilizer. That's about extracting resources from nature not working with nature that in addition to those costs that she described almost fifty years ago that there is this other cost which is the climate impact and I started writing diaper planet because I read a study. That blew my mind. It was the first global assessment of emissions related to livestock. It was called livestocks. Long Shadow was done by the United Nations. It found that livestock related emissions. Were responsible for more of the climate impact than all transportation combined and what we see in the food system are the kinds of solutions that would reduce food sector. Emissions are also that are better for farmer health better for our health better for biodiversity better for all the things that we also care about and that by talking about food as part of the climate conversation. We're really have an opportunity to showcase food as a really a key solution beyond have any recipes at the end. Your mom had a lot of recipes. I was I was thinking like I wonder why am I didn't put recipes so funny yes now. There is big debate to the recipes. Go into the not go in and in between these books that we've already talked about. I actually wrote a cookbook with a colleague. Bryant Terry and that has recipes. It's called
Ashley Shaw: Marketing Wizard and Founder of the Fitness Leader Institute
"For everybody who doesn't know who you are. Let's chat about that I. I know you're a marketing pro and you would like to help. People really overcome their overwhelm. When it comes to marketing is when I. I know you'll speak to this a lot better than I will. I don't you introduce yourself to everybody for sure. Well I think that this introduction can't go without saying a little bit about where I started so I was born into a gold's gym like my mom went into contractions in the parking lot so it was like a legit like you know. Health and fitness has been part of my life since the very day that I was born. And so that's really where my start with? Health and fitness came in. And you know. Skip ahead to university thought. You know I'm GonNa get a career and writing and I'm going to write books and all this sort of stuff and you know at the end of my university degree. I was like okay. Where do I even start? And I started working at a gym because I was like there's no other fleece that I can really wrap my hands around that I wanna be at right away so I just started you know as a personal trainer and you know as life sort of evolved into what I do. Now it's really like a marriage of those two things. I really loved to help. People in the fitness industry. Find Their truth. What is there like authentic core of who they are and to make the marketing side of it? Really easy and simplify it so it can be like the heartbeat of their business. I love how you described audits. I think like at the core of it. That's something that we all start out into fitness seeking but like speaking truth finding your truth binding. What's authentic to you? That's so hard to do at a tangible level riot. Which is why. I'm so excited to dig into this with you so like what does speaking your truth really she. When you say those words to your clients what you really mean. Well I always liken it to. Let's picture like each one of us. We look into a mere every single day and we see the cracks of you know the different failures are different things that we feel like really challenged us and we see all of that stuff and sometimes it's hard to get past that and you know see beyond that and I think what speaking your truth is is really being able to look at all the pieces of Your Life Story. Your sweet spot what you love to do what you're meant to be doing serving people on this earth and how you communicate that so. I think that's sometimes where people get stuck as they're like. I'm not really sure what I'm good at well. First of all like I really truly believe that everybody is a magical Unicorn like yeah. Wrinkling glitter dust everywhere. And sometimes they just don't know where that is and what it is and I think that's what speaking your truth is about figuring out what that is and then putting it out there for everyone that desperately needs you. I love that because honestly like sometimes what your truth is are the parts of you that you've been keeping hidden for so long because you're afraid of you know it not being perceived in the way that you want it to be or people judging you for it so do you come up against obstacles out a lot with the clients that you work with. Yeah. I think that there's this factor out there that people are sometimes afraid to show up when it comes to putting themselves out there like I hear it all the time from health and fitness coaches. That they don't WanNa do. Facebook lives or they. They don't know what to put out there for Instagram's stories and definitely that can be a wall. If you're so in your head about what do I need to? You know portrayed other people when really it's just a a dialogue of like what makes you authentically you and I always think of it sort of as analogy of snapchat. There are certain things that I have this group of my snapchat called sisters which is like S. E. S. T. E. R. S. Which is like just my sister so anything I said to them. I'm not sending. It necessarily like my brother and everyone like it's like catered audience shred like things that I would share with them like. They know me best now. I'm not saying go and like you know your private snapchat. It's like you're gonNA send anyone but as sort of like kind of look at it from that filter like when Pete like People WanNa see the human side of you that you know like the funny stuff the stuff you screw up with the things that have like helped you become who you are so it's sort of like thinking about it that way like what's the stuff that you find like super funny or like ridiculous during the day and how are you putting that they're right. I think as you're talking I'm thinking about all of my favorite accounts that I follow and it is. It's all of this stupid shit that makes me laugh and makes me go. Oh my God me too like been there. I totally resonate with that like that. Is What people crave. But we're so afraid to show those parts of ourselves. I think in the me get angry because there's so many people out there doing what we're doing especially as a health coach fitness coach. There's millions of US right. So yeah that's it and I think yeah and I think that that's where I see. Fitness coaches get really caught up in their head is that they're like you know like here's me doing a workout. Here's a picture of what I eat for lunch. Totally stop trying to be perfect like the person that is struggling with finding fun and working out and trying to lose weight like you know what they'd rather see they would rather see you doing some sort of and maybe it's a workout. Maybe it's not like you know how is it? You like trying to get in those like maybe it's like extra steps or like what are some hacks to make sure. You're like hitting your fickle and then I wanna see like skinny drinks like show me like what sort of drink combinations can I have that are low calorie like it just relates on this much more? I think It's just such a more personal touch to like knowing your ideal customer and what they're thinking about really where the dialogue has to start one hundred percent. I remember like some of my most popular posts. Were like me in bed on Sunday. Night Mallon down on five guys. Burger and fries. You know. That's the real human shit that people WANNA see from you. And then they know that it's safe to talk to you about what they struggle with tone absolutely right so like tying speaking your truth back into marketing. Marketing is one of those things that I think a lot of people cringe about when they think about shifting online are starting an online brand or or even an in person brand really like you need market right. But it's like this big word. That sounds really scary. How do you explain what marketing really is or how you teach it your clients in a way that takes overwhelm away? Yeah I think marketing is actually just putting yourself in more of the right people like your ideal customers. That's all it is because I think people get caught up in like what's Algorithm doing and this and that and to be honest I think that's all a little bit of bullshit like I had this experience where I spent like three thousand dollars. I hired this The issue is actually in Serbia and she was like. Oh Yeah. I'll help you grow your instagram. And all that so I was like cool like that's what I need to do to like. Make more sales make honestly nothing came from that investment and Yeah sure. I gained three thousand followers but I think the mistake that a lot of people in social selling make is there like oh if I get more followers it's gonNA equal more sales and that's just simply not the case you can have over ten thousand followers and it still not be driving sales and I think that when people think about trying to gain followers and this like hey girl hustle of like you know following people in in following people in all this crazy stuff. That's a rat race like stop doing that. And focus on. It's about who you are who you serve and what your messages. And now is your marketing dot as your heartbeat. Once you get that down pat then you can figure out okay people on facebook yes or no and you either decide to be there or you don't like you don't have to be everywhere because if you're everywhere like your message is going to be super scattered and it's not going to be impactful so it's really not only getting solid on your message but then choosing where my ideal customers actually at because not all of them might be on. Instagram. Maybe they're unlinked and maybe their facebook so there's just you know I think people get caught up in like what are the gestures doing and look at all her instagram followers. You know so. I think it's like trying to put blinders on and just focus on what you're there to
"We're just going to dive right into the first question. Why one thousand ex. Not Ten thousand six. I feel like you missed an opportunity. Definitely are you know we're going to have to? We're going to have to go back to the drawing board on that one You know it was. It was the story about this guy named Ron Conway. Who's one of the first investors into Google and there's like this lower around Silicon Valley who got the biggest treasurer right from an investing? And the big story for him. Was you know dollar in thousand dollars out thousand extra turn that that to me seemed pretty crazy and I like crazy. I like things that no one else is willing to consider and in a lot of ways. I think that's the story of a lot of people who got early into bitcoin. 'cause you hear about it you try to tell all of your friends anyone who will listen a lot of people say you're crazy and then history decides who was right and I liked that I liked that a lot and so I you know. I've been kind of obsessed since kind of accidentally falling into crypto. Right place right time right friends and then it happened a few times and are like you know what I really liked. This idea of being super contrarian so I wanted to. I wanted to have a research group. I was really inspired by loss. What he did to figure out that rockets could land themselves and so it was like man he just like surrounded himself with all the crazy. Smartest people in rockets until somebody made that offhand remark. You know you long Salat cheaper. If you could land the rockets so what does he say? Why can't you and SPACEX is born and so I wanted to do the same thing and I wanted to find I wanted to hunt for investments that were obscene. That you can't talk about without people being like a screw that guy. He's crazy now he'd like that's impossible. I like that. I like looking in places where no one else either willing or able to look and humans. Have a lot to biases. You know. There's a lot of stuff that makes us put blinders on whether it was the financial crisis. Two thousand seven the cascading events that led to like the CIPRIAN financial crisis governments reached in the bank accounts. There's all these events in human history. Where if you could just take your blinders off. You could avoid the negative benefit from the positive and yet like a lot of what I do is inspired by that idea of being right. I in a huge way. Even if everyone thinks you're crazy all right now we're going to go into some of what we can. We can call your your successful moments name. Republicans go into what you think is right now. Judging by what we've talked about before this episode but I don't want to celebrate all the successful things you've done what what's a screw up. You've had people think crazy if you're looking for craziness like if you're looking for things that are crazy. You're bound to hit since corrupts. You can't be right all the time. Tell us about one of those yet. Corey. I've made basically every mistake that you can make Internet money like all of them Mining Mining Crypto is a terrible idea. Unless you're a professional data center operator WHO LOVES OPERA SECURITY? You should never have anything to do with mine. Crypto mining crypto is terrible so that was the big one. I lost seven Bitcoin when I had a laptop that had you know the early Bitcoin Schutte. That's like the early bitcoin wallet. I left my left. My Laptop on an airplane was Delta. Airline walked out of the Gangway realized I left. It turned back around and the laptop was gone. And you know. Luckily I had some tracking software on. It was able to deduce who took it got it like found it recovered. It ran all the backups on it but I could not get that data file back. You know the the file that like that. I'll figure out how you had in your coins back so lost a bunch. Bitcoin that way A friend of mine ran a T shirt company that sold bitcoin t shirts and I spent way too much. Bitcoin on those Bitcoin t shirts. I've I've done all the dumb at that. You can encrypt. Oh I've done it all. There's a lot of them to be done in Crypto. Did you ever put your private keys into somebody's web browser or somebody's web APP? Thankfully I have had very paranoid friends who have helped you avoid that one but may just about every other mistake are good. Because that's that's okay. It's new people most of the time so wait this. This website says it can give me five times but money. Put my private key in there. Let me just go right ahead. No lose my money and that's pretty much exactly how that goes so I would say a good portion of Doesn't have been around for a decent amount of time like we may seem knowledgeable now but like we've dealt with like I can't name the amount of dumb things that I've done with this technology as it's grown as I'm playing with different things trying to get greedy at various different ways in terms of like. Oh this is the thing I figured it out. I got the thing. I'm GonNa try this and that was the scam. Shit I was. I was thinking about this morning actually like I was. I was thinking about Dilbert so my my girlfriend talks she. She refers to me as Indiana Jones. Meets Dilbert Quality? Tell me how you really feel right. Yeah so I was thinking about the guy who created Dilbert Scott Adams and when you hear his story I think is book is called like how to fail in every way but still win big He talks about like just the the corpses of failure around his one success. That is Dilbert and I think that's probably true of anybody who has experienced any successes. There's just like so many failures that just kind of like slightly nudged them to try different things until something workout absolutely. That's actually does. That's it's good advice. Anyone listening You know failures definitely not the end of something Adapt in going into something new and But I I can't turn the tide of the Combo just a little bit because we got ahead of ourselves we even talk about what one thousand xs or does. And then we had all these topics we to talk about like dark markets. And we haven't even started to to build that trail. So maybe let's rewind it and what is thousand x? And what are you guys do short? So I lead research at thousand X. Group. It's like my day job today. Basically we study crypto adoption. You know there's a lot of stories a lot of narratives. Lot of CRYPTO. Cults saying this is the future I like data and so for the last ten years I have been obsessed with two things Technology investing and CRYPTO. And they kind of happened at the same time so two thousand nine right place right time my friend. Who's really into Applied Catastrophe Bennett? Amazing Guy Brother from another mother best he he sits me down. He's like Cedric Bitcoin. Just read this thing. We gotta pay attention it so my what. I don't can't read this this white papers too long. It's I can understand what it's saying for a week. He explains every single part of it to me. I finally kind of understand it. I like Internet money. Who who wants this is stupid. I completely wrote it off and You know every every month or so. He would nudge me until about a year later. Maybe it's two years later. It's hard to know the exact date. He's like cedric. People are starting to use drugs. They're they're starting to use big on the dark net. What's the dark net? So you know? He taught me how to use. It and I was really attuned to looking for something like bitcoin because my grandparents were Holocaust survivors. And so like that was the moment for me. It was like Oh like okay. People groups even other governments could do stuff that other people with guns didn't want them to do like I really want to pay attention to it so I I was paying attention to this and give you a long story short question. I hope that's okay joy so you know so like started to get it
Lucy DeCoutere on life after the Ghomeshi trial
"Five years after I speaking out Lucy Ditka tear joins us by phone from Halifax I lucy. Hey Sarah you are nine nine journalist friend who followed me through like last ten years or something like that go way back. I think the first time I interviewed you was way back in the national post about out like trailer Park Boys Air Force Life. What is that life? Yeah I know many places since then hasn't it maybe not not funny. It's not funny. That's that's the thing. It is totally funny. Well let's let's talk about some of Y You know why yeah. We reconnected today. which is really just A A comedy club a actors night a couple of weeks ago in New York City There was a comedian. The End Kelly Bachman who came onstage after noticing in the crowd that Harvey Weinstein was there. You know the Harvey Weinstein that has been subject to so You know so much exposure of the the sexual violence that he's carried out You know what did you think when you saw her. Stand up clip of her actually just calling out His presence in that DOC club now to be fair I didn't see it. I did read about her reaction to it but I didn't see it because I didn't have the stomach doc for it. Unfortunately I do have a little bit. I have to for self protection. I have to put blinders on for some of that stuff just because My own experience watching the people who are thought dubious background rising up but how I mean if that had been knee like there's no chance he would have gotten out of there unscathed unscathed chance because she was able to stand up about it clearly at a point or she's in a place where she's doing stand up again. That means that her resilience has kicked kicked in and so she has nothing to lose by. Saying hey what are you doing here. So that's something that it's uncomfortable for the person person who they're sure soaring Mr Weinstein that you were called out kind of accept not even name right it was like there's the elephant in the room. The Freddie Krueger as she called a there's a presence here in the New York Times she wrote a piece about why she stood up against him absolutely an in reading that There was lot that you know really struck a responsive Chord Because mostly of my experience of having been talking so much publicly about this stuff and also because of my Default to humor which has sort of followed me my whole life and to sort of How that all played out? And how's he talks about how she lost years of her life to this her recovery and lost to something that she shouldn't have lost any time to and how she walked around with sort of cloak of of shame and regret for not having pushed up it like. She said she wished that she had she hasn't pushed up. She wishes pushed up harder and that she should have been stronger. And and how can you like. That's something that no one would ever are put on her but she put upon herself and as I was reading it I was just very much relating and understanding where that comes from and understanding extending that it's not productive and And it takes a long time to shake off if you ever do. We'll tell me you just said that you had sort of default of humor a longtime in your life. Tell me about that you know and how did that But up against sort of what you ended up having to deal with five years ago now when you did step forward and said that You've been assaulted. Yeah well My sense of humor shifted for sure I've always had a fairly Russia's sense of humor and definitely Defaulted into sexualizing things that are not not sexual. Because it sort of the Lucassie of it became funny but That immediately has shifted quite a lot like I definitely lean pretty hard into it. That's the name of your sex tape kind of joke but Sexual humor is mostly off the table. And also I will talk talking very bluntly about a lot of things that I wouldn't ordinarily have and then just twist a little bit so it's funny but I'm sometime. I talk about sexual assault every day at some point we had never done before and it's not even so much because of my experience directly with sexual assault the talking about sexual assault and part of that is because I don't even understand why consent is a conversation. I just don't get it. I don't know why it's it's a conversation. I don't know why it's obscuring big. I don't know why people don't get it. I really don't know I also feel like once. I started to talk about sexual misconduct and sexual assault in and a public realm. I can't like responsible to not. It's sort of now. Feels like an act of service interesting and and and I had such a thick layer of shame on the that came from well. The lawyer that was up against the trials does that when I when I killed it off. It's like still still feels like you know how when you peel off the scab super satine then underneath it. There's this rawness and that's something I still carry an will not sure when that will fade. If ever having the blend of anger and and humor is really interesting to me. You know to actually use it as a tool. Who'll to wake people up? I guess in a way or just to respond in a way that feels like you can cope throughout that. I mean that's what was so compelling about Kelly's response aunts right. She was just like I use this tool that. I have this this mechanism that I have to to help Call this out and I still don't feel like it was enough. You know that sounds sounds good familiarity your experience to yeah absolutely. It wasn't enough like after. Can I just call it. The trial of the century after the trial of the century. I just felt so terrible. I didn't expect that The purpose going to go to jail but that wasn't why is so devastated. I was so devastated because I nine told you this I know it. I told you this directly I felt like just let everybody down and I felt like I was striving for some kind of perfection in this trial. I don't even know what would look like but I felt like I had some kind of arm around me and then as soon as I got in there I realized that that was not going to serve me and I was dealing with someone who is a millionaire who was being paid. Probably close to a million dollars to make me seem like a crazy person. And so what could I possibly have expected. That was what was kind of devastating. I felt like the shame that had been imposed and that was strategic that was done purposefully by by the teams obviously accounts. Yeah it was. It took a long time to shake. And I'M GONNA say shake in the past towns just for fun we can keep it in the present tense. 'cause it's stuff that hits me at like during the wee small hours if I have have a hard time fell asleep just because of sometimes insomnia hits all people and and not trial slow to a friend of my mind's eye more often than it's comfortable and then I remember immediately afterwards. I felt like it was my duty to wander around the streets of Toronto and talk to strangers. Most of whom are women most most of him as soon as they saw me. We're literally brought to tears and running cells around me and cry and I felt like that was a sentence I had to bear which is a little bit weird and I don't know where that came from. Will you wrote a facebook post on October. Twenty six which was five years sense sense grammatically was fired from the. CBC for You know showing videos to his employers you know of of sexual misconduct essentially and you know you. You talked in that piece like was it was such a a mix of like anger. You know a lot of anger that you have and then but also I'm reaching for the the hope. I'm reaching for the lighter things. I'm trying to do something with this. Has Sort Well
Jump Racing Stars Return: Weekend Review
"Tracy hello welcome back to the show. Thank you having me back again. Your debut went condone an absolute storm. So no pressure no pressure no I loved it Alaska and so it's good to be getting back into the national hunt side of it at this time as well Have you been reading out much at Tom Georgia stable and have you any info for us. Yeah yeah that's it. Yeah the form is kicking in now as well broke. Because I mean it's well documented. Isn't it with Tom. Sources that they take take a little bit of warming up for the season but OC big guns are coming out now with at some available in black off. Yeah the WHO is going really well. So it's worth getting early in the mornings as mornings getting the leaker at the minutes are going and see yes bro Policy Hoses now into getting getting sits on the. Yeah as we see the frost in the morning and it's dark when we wake up early in the morning and it's getting during the evenings aren't stretching out like they used to but the great thing about it though is that we get to talk about jumps racing and a man who has so many fingers in in so many different pies and so access to so much information is at the races pundit. Mr Kevin Blake the award nominated Nominated Kevin Blake by the way. And if I said this earlier in the year if you don't win this year it's an absolute disgrace time was. has you sound confident. You're sounding confidence. Speech is better than that. Yeah thanks boy. Simon Rowlands also dominated from the racist dot com and rightly so at the races. Dot Com have got Microsoft for the jumps which Kevin has contributed to so to podcasts favorite. Toni Keenan and many others. There is some gold gold information there so highly. Recommend you check it. It'll come up on the at the races. Main page click into it info gold like therefore you speaking of let's look back at some of the highlights. The weekend we saw Nicky Henderson unleash some of his Cheltenham Festival hopes. There were two big races that to you his young guns running and they won but this a bit of question marks over both of them after their performances I would say. Let's start with Santini. We were recording on Mondays. This was yesterday the Virgin bit future stars into media chase at sandown. He just about beat now McGinty to be fair talk. His jeep brand. No SORTA racing was well back in thirty lengths behind winner if the bet three six five or whatever the hell it's called now Cup At sandown. What what did you make of this performance to start the season for Santini kitschy? Yeah it was. Laborious believes the mean Nicky Henderson came out himself and he's a very strict toolkit very nicky Henderson and he said himself you know he's the first one to say that it was is a bit of a struggle facade teeny and but everyone saw him before one hundred and he was he was pretty big weightwise in the PRELIMS US country down to post and I was in the shooter day so we got the full coverage of him and we had a Ken encore in. He rang up to preview the race. What he'd seen in paddock and he just said some teeny he said he? He is big and so naturally he's GonNa come on. Fritz and Nicky Henderson said himself that he's a really it difficult to gauge way. You all with him and he says he doesn't really do a tapa home so he does always need to run and he does always come among for it but he was just always behind the bridal luckily McGinty gave him the lead. Because I'd save Santini a hot to make his own running essay he would have been an idol out in front probably would have lost a few links at his at his fences so not reasonably. He's not going for the king. George now probably move based on His run in Felton noses lush. Da were finishing the. It's just. He's a big horse. He needs galloping. Track in Camden. I'm doing is just to shop for him. Say Rid of a blessing in disguise from a from that point of view but no we. Didn't he just in seconds. Let's talk about him briefly. I thought he ran blinder. I vote he had a sneaky chance going into it of Sierra Stuart Edmonds usage. You never have any fears. What so ever I? I'm out that they are going to be a shooting to perfect shen for that race. Either master trainer of course in terms of he feeds them to the heavens Today that he makes himself but he trains them really hard. So they're tough. They're always fit but they have a plenty enough energy and enthusiasm in them to go well so he runs on an absolute blind just being behind the bridal early on another one a and Tommy Bryan made really decisive move in just getting him up with the pace Properly make his mind evidence fences and forcing the issue and and baking his fitness toby source Santini country down to post and thought he have the fitness to a retention prevail over him. But he'll go to Welsh national on our which We will have a massive massive chance in that providing Yeah is his jumping still say as well which he had a little bit of an issue last last time Last season one hundred with fresh early on how to get Genieford Huntington very unseated Karen Gatherings at day. So he's an yeah. He's a really nice looking forward but yes I'm teeny is going to have to come on a lot. He's got approved himself. Invest Higher Rankings. So Santini is rory largs idea of the Gold Cup winner will come to my selection who has reappeared hidden very much disappointed already this season but this was his first our start. He's threes on Kev. Are we being overly harsh on Nikki source. Is it just a case of while he's come out in these one or would you look at this. This is a forerunner race. You should've known by further. Yeah and I'm pretty disappointed. SULFITE Very Labor which you wouldn't really expect it's an honor horses seasonal reappearance. They should be more exuberant than normal really under the seasonal return and he was very labor. It needed to be driven away from fences dances relatively early in the race and just made really hard work of hired to put a number on. What now McGinty did in Iran up to himself or was he was he just blow himself Out of his wallet. Because they're a monetary of the rest having raised the Gallup so very disappointing. Look you'd never judge a horse too harshly on on one. Go with again. The next day was if he shapes in in in any way similar fashion. IB reaching for cheek pieces or blinkers curse or something like that. Because I think he shaped like a horse that needed them there and you know. It's it's puzzling Nikki. Seemingly isn't considering the Christmas chasing Jason efforts down for him. If he doesn't want to go to the King George that would be the natural target for I think Nikki is a small bit allergic to go to Ireland anytime buyer the Punchestown unfestive which is Pity because you'd imagine the effort sound would play to his strengths. Why is that though because the the lexus chases aces used to be known? Now the Leopardstown Chris Denman came over for best mate. Came over for it. Pretty sure L.. Best mate got got beaten in it by the infamous for Salmon Salmon. Paul carberry celebration but it is the ideal race for him and yeah look. Nikki is tell them focused. It doesn't like to travel before it and I think that's ultimately it okay. Well let's take a look at some of the other horses reappeared who are second season chasers and this means that we have the opportunity to talk about this yet. The ladbrokes champion chase down royal was won by Roach. Respect is a real funnel podcast favorite mostly. Thanks to Kim Blake Cleanser Soba was well held back in seconds. The King George Winner Alpina so back in third. We'll talk about jockey bookings a little bit later on and then there was Delta work all the way back and forth. Who was my idea of the Gold Cup winner? I was really perplexed by this. Was this In your view Kate a real case of. It's very early in the season. Let's not panic or would you be a little bit worried. The cleanser Soba was beaten so easily the delta work was well held. Maybe we're not giving them respect to Russia respect. Yeah I royer I. I definitely think it's way too early for me to take any sorts of judgement entitled to send in a Kuna cools after the race. I mean it's been well documented over stars who their seasons pools horses will very much needed the Ron and you kind of thought the fact that Kandebow was making the journey over that he might Well have that fitness on his side. He may be a bit more focused on the fact they were going that way but I think he he shaped really well and You know I caridi wouldn't read too much into that and Yeah he's A. I think he's a really nice progressive. Who Still Use Yucca? Plenty enough it gives you everything folks on this end of the season at this stage. Now it's not for me to read too much into
Review: Pixel 4 Battery Life Is Biggest Reason Not to Buy It
"So Andrew so last week Jerry our Anna we spoke a lot about other the other products because we knew that this week the pixel four embargo with launch would would go and would publish our reviews and all would be dandy but I didn't realize until the weekend just how bad the battery life was on the smaller victim and that really really colored my my take and my review in general but yours yours was a little bit more complimentary so let's start there you gave it a four out of five you said that we're all of its battery life news and a few quibbles with motion sense this is a really really good phone but you weren't quite as a few sieve as you are about the pixel three so start with why that is I think this goes back to what we talked about a few weeks ago before we went to the event and got her hands on phone for a long time was you know were I in particular but I think just in general as not even just this site but just viewers were just not willing to give Google as much of a pass as we did in previous years like you've had three successive generations in which you've tried and failed on a lot of the basics of the phone and we just weren't you're willing to do that again and the good thing is that Google stepped up to the the task in multiple ways I think across the board everybody is happy with things like the performance in the software stability things like that but of course the cameras which we'll talk about but the battery life is still horrendous I mean even even on the four xl is passable it's it's quite bad by modern standards and that really is the the biggest thing because nothing else really matters if your if your phone is dead but they also just Kinda whiffed on some other things like motion sense just not being ready for primetime and it's it's just one of those things where I think even though Google outdid itself from last year they didn't they didn't step far enough forward to make up for the fact that people are all kind of fed up with them missing a lot of the basics okay so missing the basics is is an interesting way of putting it because I guess the Pixel is sort of the I phone of the android world where it's more about the experience than the specs so I think that's a bad thing either by the way no no that's just a good comparison like we've sort of tiptoed around that comparison early in the early days of the Pixel Right Pixel on Pixel two but now I think it's pretty self evident that is what Google is intending on when it comes out with the Pixel it wants a phone that is more about the overall experience more about the the the marriage of hardware and software that only Google can provide and also pushing forward on analogies that other companies will hopefully adopt so with face unlock obviously Google is not the first company in the android ecosystem to do face lock but it's the first one to do it like this it's the first one arguably do it really well you can debate a bit about whether it's doing it well but I think it is us and with solely an radar it's not I wouldn't say it's an outright failure but it's it's probably underwhelming to anybody you who sought hyped the way I think it's I think it's effectively a failure now that doesn't mean it can't be going forward but it but it is now it lays the foundation in for what could be a really interesting platform so jerry how do you see this playing out well for one I don't Google has a different understanding of what the Pixel is than most people I think the only thing Google cares about is a really good delivery system for it services they want that this phone to give you the best email experienced the best google assistant experience and they don't care about anything else I agree with that but that's that's where we will make their money google loses money building phones they lose money making android but they make a ton of money aroo else so I don't I don't buy that all only because that's what they were doing with the nexus that's that's really how they were selling the nexus right is that you could get a cheap phone that did android really well Google services really well and I think they gave that up with the Pixel with with the with the next five six P. and that whole messaging around the original Pixel being focused on the camera focused on the hardware and like the nuance of that hardware improving year-over-year between the Pixel one pixel two three now four I I think they would even say it's all about their services anymore I don't think they'd say it out loud but that doesn't mean it's not true a really good cameras just a good vehicle for Google photos that's the way I see things companies only care about what makes them money I'm sure that people that build the Pixel really care about the product but overall Google only cares about ways to make money because that's what all companies do but in any case I eh I think Google has a bit maybe they wear a set of blinders I'm curious if you would take pixel and never visit Google play use a play music for your podcasts or you know use the built in g mail client only use what's on the phone I'm curious what your real life would be like especially if you didn't monkey with any of Google's things that try to save battery because battery life is the big deal with this phone battery life from all accounts sucks and that's that's a problem that you can't overlook no matter how good everything else is if the battery life sucks the phone Kinda sucks and that's sad because I see everybody loving the hardware loving the camera loving the play for the most part loving all these things and then saying yeah but the batteries bad well that that's a problem so I'm curious if it's will not thinking ahead that will users are going to shut this off change this for download this and that's why our batteries too small the crazy thing about that as well as that they again they've had three generations of bad battery life in this small version in particular but even the big one has always been like it's good enough and it and it's you know of all the companies making phones the one that should be looked oh okay seventy five percent of people are plugging in this phone at six pm because that's when the battery dies like it can't be a unknown problem it just has to obviously be funneling into this cost structure of the phone and everything else and saying well we can only do x Y and Z you know we can't do ABC X Y Z and the batteries is one of those things as left off when you look at the Pixel four particularly the small one and you see the battery is smaller it's just it just seems sin downright cynical they they couldn't figure that out when you just actually make the battery smaller that's Kinda crazy at least the forex l. the battery is bigger and it does kinda lasted the day if you really push it but the the problem is that they've made zero strides in battery life in a world air everything from two hundred dollar phones to twelve hundred dollars phones all have considerably better battery life I'm trying to guess what they're thinking I'm sure they're not ignoring it and it's obvious what they're doing isn't working I'm just I just try to guess what what could thinking and I'm mostly at a loss so I mean my my last gasp but imagine the guy drowning putting up his hand nine and no it doesn't work fine it it absolutely doesn't work fine I install twenty-five apps when you know restore the bear the bear foundation of any new phone right I have only a need for you know twenty in twenty to twenty five apps and I'm like Andrew I don't do a whole lot of non non-core things on my phone game streaming yeah I just I do watch the occasional youtube video I'll listen spotify or or pocket casts but I'm not I'm not like a super intense power user I'm I'm a typical user this lasts until five or six PM and that's not acceptable and and everybody who come back at me I stand by my review my review conclusion is that you shouldn't buy this phone it's not you shouldn't buy with caveats it's that you shouldn't buy if you you you should not this phone it shouldn't exist is what I'm saying and I'm not undermining the other good parts of the product I think everything literally everything in motion sense is is salvageable and our positive but if you have to constantly baby at this phone then it shouldn't exist and Google told me that it had a man eight to make the Pixel Foreign Pixel xl identical from feature perspective this was their mandate from the top from Rick Oester low he said make the same phone in two sizes and they didn't want to compromise on making the smaller phone bigger Reid does have a bigger five point seven inch display but that's because it has nineteen by nine aspect ratio so extensively it is the same size as the Pixel three and it is feature complete it is different search is really great but that came at the expense of solely needs to be in there solely is a finite thing ready takes a certain amount of space what's what what do we have to give like what can give the only thing that could give was battery so that's what they did and I think that was the wrong decision but it was a structural institutional decision that they made at the very beginning and they had to carry it through that carried it
'Downton Abbey,' 'Breaking Bad,' and Why TV Is Still Jealous of Movies
"Chris. You're here along with Amanda because you know a lot about television and Amanda and I are for a little bit out on television sort of as a general rule. I'm post. TV POST TV separate succession. Now there are some television shows that I love. I started to watch when this weekend that I think is incredibly well made which is called unbelievable but I was just home with my mom for a little while and she while she's a stranger to cable news but she adorable still gets a lot of her news from the newspaper so two days later she'll be like. Did you hear about Joe. Biden and I'll like what what do you mean. Did something new happens you know. Did you hear about this phone. Call and that's just what you did with unbelievable where you were like. I'm breaking to you guys that there's this show well no now. I admit I am one one week late and you've already covered the show on the WOK yeah. We've already covered the sh the show on the site. I just didn't have the time to get to you. I hear you I'm seeing all these movies but one thing that is interesting that it's happening right now is is that I even though the just happened and even though TV is having this incredible boom time I feel like TV is still a little jealous of the movies and we know that because Downton Tanabe rather than comeback as an eight part miniseries has decided to become a full length feature film and the people said. Yes they said Yes to the tune of thirty three million dollars a lot of money for an extension of the Downton Abbey University was a show that was popular and a phenomenon sort of when it started. I believe the first episode of the Hollywood respective podcasts was a recap of the Dow naby premier guess which is just amazing what times past its Niche Butler's Butler's and and and you know that's a show that I liked and I really did you recap Amanda you recap what an amazing time capsule of our life on the Internet in creating culture and now it's a fulling feature feature film which is something that I think twenty years ago it had happened you would have said Downton Abbey really grew up and stepped up to the big leagues in this case. I wonder how you guys feel about what what it means to extend what was once a broadcast. TV Show into movie platform and also like why why this movie work. Why did it work so well. I have a couple of sites and the answer answer of why to turn it into a feature film is money which worked out because it made thirty three million dollars we had a great piece on the ringer last week by writer named Kate Loyd who's based in London and it was he's about the downtown Abbey Economy essentially in how the show changed both tourism in the UK and like she went to a lot of fancy locations and like talk to British these people but also how it changed the British TV industry and down abby the show. Was this wakeup call I think for people in the UK okay that people would from other parts of the world would watch when these costume dramas it was kind of a revival of the costume drama and also had a finance the shows so that they could me distributed around the world and so the piece argues that you know everything from peaky blinders to howards end to all of the things that we now consume and treat as part of the television firmament at least the latest generation of them are a result of Downton Abbey success right that show relaunch yeah Adia so in that way. It's not that surprising to me that it did while because it was like a legitimate phenomenon and we've lived with it for a long time in maybe season six. I wasn't as great as season one but it made a lot of money in a lot of people liked watching it. It's short relief to because the two other big releases over the weekend and that it beat out were ad Astra which was covered at length on this podcast last week and as a movie that I would recommend people see and Rambo last blood. Did you catch up with that Chris. I didn't see I saw ad Astra instead of Rambo because this was not playing anywhere near me. Oh that's a shame why was that I woke neighborhood for you. so neither of those films which are very male centric stallone doesn't play well in. Philly yeah that's a good point you'd think he'd be in every theatre getting but I guess partially one of the the reasons why down succeeded so well is because a lot of women saw this movie and it was the primary opportunity for women at checkout films one week after hustlers dominated the box office and sensing a trend here if you like this happens four five times a year when people are like there are movies for women as well yeah. I think that's true also float yes women see movies. Rah Rah route whatever old people really see movies and the theatres is there is nothing better to do with your time if you got a mom or Gramma Ma than to take them and see the Downton Abbey. That is just wholesome entertainment for everyone so I think that that is as important. The age is as important as the gender breakdown on this one. Let's let's just very quickly. Even though Chris has not seen the downton movie talk about what's good about the downs and movie you and I attempted to recap the film for Chris via slack last week. You feel like we did a good job. Ah Yeah I think so recognized all the names. All the actions made sense I just did they didn't really come together in a sort of visual sentence for me so that is actually a notable spoke to Michael Angler about this. It is a little bit of Downton on steroids. You know the theme music is amplified in such a way that maybe they had three hundred more brass instruments. Mintz played playing the theme song. There's a lot of drone shots of Downton Abbey. It is it is a a muscular rise version of this upstairs downstairs costume drama the film itself did strike me though I think you may have originally said this to me as just one long episode of Downton Abbey to me it was like a Christmas special sel which they do in the UK and I think it was the season two Christmas special of Downton Abbey which is when Matthew and Mary finally get together and like kissing the snow outside outside of the side of the House I would say it's on par with the Christmas special except for like to party set-pieces instead of one as you said and fancier dresses addresses and I guess there's like a first episode climax halfway through the movie and then a second episode kind of bringing everyone home. The thing is downstairs to get into some hijinks and then there's ramifications upstairs. It's crazy what happens on almost like it's upstairs downstairs I thought it was an enjoyable movie and I'm not surprised that it was successful. I'm surprised it was successful. It was also the biggest movie in the history of focus features which just fascinating I have spoken to some people who worked worked on this movie and they have when they acquired the rights to release this movie. They said we have our IP. We have our version of superhero movie and focus features. That's what I was. GonNa say really leans into that older audience that you're talking about the identify women as their audience much more clearly and this is a part of the same strategy so I wouldn't say necessarily the Ad Astra had this problem but I do think that it is near impossible to sell anything anymore without some pre existing kind of awareness of what you're getting when you walk into it just because there's so many options for people that if you just sorta like here's a movie about butlers and rich people story. Michelle dockery people are going to be like I don't know but if it's something that they have this decade long relationship leashes ship with if they have the kind of extra screen relationship that they have they cared about and if there is like I was I was watching a lot of linear television this week because I was with my mom. We were watching the Ken Burns documentary. There was down Abbey stuff sandwich. Every episode of the Ken Burns Documentary Music talking to the country music to let you know it's coming out. Here's the history of the show. Here's a recap of everything that happened. Here's the making of the show like they actually did their push. It just just happened on public television. We didn't see it as much necessarily as like Robert Downey junior driving around in an Audi with a Samsung phone pushing vendors do you think that this is now now a sort of MCI -ation of Downton or is this just a one off thing that they struck gold on this one movie or is there going to be another one have been teasing the sequel for weeks. Now that's yeah yeah they've been talking about how the possibilities open and I think you know which is code for. Yes it will happen and they certainly leave the door open in the movie. Everyone is in in a happy place but more hijinks cannon sue and I'm sure well a Dan. I'm curious how far you can probably only take down into world war. Two 'cause post World War. Two I think all of those states just for their museums museums the economy economy of the upper class in the UK just breaks down and it's just not how upstairs downstairs doesn't really apply as much anymore the film kind of glances at the end to the how much longer can this go on which I thought was an interesting potential way to seal office equal in the end zone dunkirk what we'll talk about this more. Maggie Smith is in this movie Maggie Smith Chris do modify spoil Israel okay. I guess if you are really really strict about spoilers. Turn it off now. Even but Maggie Smith gives a speech that's kind of like a farewell speech but notably nothing actually conclusively happens to whether Maggie Smith math will be in future episodes of down nappy. TV show or something happens to her but then they're like. We'll see what happens yeah she could've done urge becomes iron man. It's incredible credibly. She defeats the end of the movie. It's wild. It's nineteen twenty seven in this movie that's right. They've got like twenty more years. Yeah okay. What's interesting to me about. This is is the movies in theaters. It's an extension of a television show there have been there's been the super sizing of TV shows into movie form a lot over the last year. This isn't the first first time it's happened. In the ninety. s we saw the kind of like met a rift commentary on things by having. Beverly hillbillies movies and Brady Bunch movies now what we have is just a more clear extension of the stories that originally told there was a dead movie earlier. This year was a between two ferns movie also released over the weekend which is not quite the same serialized television but is in the same tradition in a way away and then in October. We have a breaking bad movie called El Camino Dave Dina do this for a long time. They've been dying to get this kind of multiplatform storytelling going because of the amount of money there is if you can actually do what they wanted to do with dark tower where you can tell something that has has a feature presentation that maybe is the sort of the danger of the story but like you have other storylines going on TV and that you could actually create a like twelve month a year sport out of your story. That's why they want you know and now there are different things now.
"blinder" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Finds Council. You can change your major or you could at the time. Change your major lots. I'd always change my major so I could get in the classes. I wanted you weren't supposed to do. I don't know I wanNA entire experience. There was a broken rule. It sounds like it yeah. I don't do well with college but so now nick you've come from the campuses of Ro Robert Campus of Oral Roberts University City and you get to ask doctors any question you would like about getting things done or any area of your life or business idea. You can ask doctors any business question. You'd like awesome. I've actually started a side business. with a buddy he was a roommate of mine in college and we are at a standstill. We are currently working like grits local crafts anyone who makes local handcrafted goods and we retail them and we are stuck in the in the midst of finding how to press those out to people how to sit down and really get that word of mouth about from where we are so what do you suggest suggest for us from where we are at the very beginning of launch stage okay. Let me get this straight. You have gone around town and found people that make stuff correct and this could be anything like herbal teas. we have like a would guy. Chris would like furniture would signs anything you can craft out of out of of what he can do. That's impressive. Is this the guy that Klay us to do. His man cave sign no that that guy is a gentleman. I met through the State Fair but the guy his name is also Clayton but at the same yes and he has an incredible company. I'll look in the company will give them quick little local. I love this guy local signs you see over midtown downtown. Tulsa where they take a tree trunk and they buzzer down. They sought down turn into a bear or raccoon more or a duck. He does that kind of look him up and just two sectors and raccoons and ducks so okay so you you kind of understand in the center. I'm trying to get my head wrapped around it right now. More details we can be it can be anything right as long as well. It's not anything it's it's a sustainable product attaining locally sourced typically recyclable something of that nature because we do we are involved in making sure everything is environmental and sustainable so it's gotTa follow those guidelines but we were struggling with getting that word of mouth from our website site finding way to like host. Vincent stuff for our our brand for our company and get these products in front of WHO's your number one. What problem are you solving and who's is your. WHO's your target audience? I mean who who's going to buy. You could draw the perfect client customer for your company so first first of all problem. Are you solving the number two. Who's your perfect person. I mean what's like this would be the one as an example right now. I'm on a chainsaw. ARTISTRY DOT COM cabinet queued up. This is the video here chainsaw artistry. Dot Com type a bit of a purist. I don't use pan tools routers or anything like that. I just use he's a chainsaw now as a tool. I don't think I'm GonNa say this and I want Clayton cost. I know this because his work is phenomenal and I just wanted to know and I I wanNA listeners to know. I wonder if there's you know I'm a Yuppie. That's what I am Zeke. Can you define a Yuppie. Ah Yappy Clinton cost this guy who's doing the carving or here and I want you to know this nick one other listeners to know. I'm a Yuppie define. What happy is kind of a a city guy number one their city guy they were Kinda came into themselves. In the eighties nineties. That's kind of when Yepes they they were particular style of clothing back then the kind of the kind of went from your parents were kinda hippies and they kind of cleaned up and polo shirts but now the way I kinda Anna clothes fit well and they had a certain look and they had a certain drive to them that they're Kinda. Hippie parents didn't and we kind of go into whole foods and we have like first first world problems. We're like is this pesto organic. Yes pesto is not. I am not going to eat non-organic Pesto. How large was this chickens range because a free arrange. I want to know that the rain is larger now and we'll as a family. We're going to get in. Paul appalled about chickens in cages but as a family we have not done the math needed to explain the chickens would have to control the entire Earth surface area defeat us all have silky chickens. We buy organic all the time so the fact that this guy doesn't use a chainsaw use anything. He's a router doesn't use any other tools tools. I've never heard of because I'm a Yuppie. I've never seen a tool right and that's that's pretty much router around the house. You pick up the phone. That's the only take this guy is telling his story and I'm keeping player. I am clean costs and for the last twenty eight years now I've been a chainsaw wood carver and now I'm thinking he's not chopping down original trees izzy and these are questions. I have is a YEP it. You know what I mean. These are where my organised every time you cut one. Let me tell you why yuckiness comes from yes because I'm married to a woman who is a lover of nature and the environment yes so I now but by nature. I'm Amanda pig correct so by by nature of that. I've watched this video. I'm like I don't care what you used. Just make it look just regular tree tear down just make it look good man bear pig because I'm married when you're married to Yuppie a person who has a classy person you have to find the middle and now all of a sudden I find myself as a thirty minute. I'm pulled into this commercial. I'm going this guy carbs him. Oh my dad owned a hardware store said I care about the story and is it really consciously. I don't but subconsciously ocean for their store. These rallies don't care about wikileaks married to someone who cares. What did you ask. Her Essay is hugging a dead tree hugging alive tree. No I want to make sure we get this. My wife is not out of control environmentalists. I'm just saying if if it's a candy bar and it doesn't have a story on it and it's not six dollars it gets met with a look of rejection that only a third grader can give their grandparents when they opened up their sweater. They got for Christmas. Oh yeah a third grader gets a sweater for Christmas. Listen you look at look at the open. The Gift Brian Opened Brian Brian would open it up like the eighties now we got. Schuyler opens looking Skyward Hamilton open it up. He opens it up. He looks at the sweater. What do you think yeah yeah I mean I love it. Grandma grandma now that tell my wife looks at candidates not six dollars yeah if it's five twenty two if it's not organic story. I like the part where there's stories this story. It's always made by Peto in the foothills of the Appalachians and it's got the cocoa tree in the cowl the F- and they they donate twenty-seven one percent back to build thatched roof homes for kids in Michigan. I mean the whole car in context with this guy knows his audience a somebody to be in this contest and so he's hearing a story now Z. You're a little bit. More man. Bear picked to you. I mean you and I both in like just get to the point. Give us an offer. I hang around classy ladies. Do Not yes so. Let's continue were. He recruited me that internal dialogue. I'm going to get to the point. Sell me a freaking. I pulled in because my wife my wife. Sandy didn't exist in Oklahoma the soundtrack I could handle the man bear pig. I need like a hip hop beat but this being married and so so the first year that I did this. It was introducing it brand new to the this whole region this whole state it started from strictly engineer's perspective plot out everything. I'm thinking to myself because I married to somebody who appreciates the star. Why hope he hasn't made this efficient. Yeah I mean I certainly hope he hasn't made this a profitable industry where multiple people can do this. I hope he's the only only one in Oklahoma that can do this because that's going allow them to charging more. That's what I'm hoping but I had to break away from free form here. We go free four for four. It's not duplicate a much more life that way so much more. I'm like take a chainsaw and go karts and firewood this anyways we get the commercials easy. You should look also is a great you gotta you. GotTa sneak in here real quickly over it. Ah Look at that thing he made that with would make it's not about me and what I what I want. It's not about you. It's about them and eh important. What's what's inside which trapped in the would try this guy's boss and if you want to commemorate something you want to beautify memorialize something you take the tree and make it live for eternity you gotta call our main man. Clayton costs. It's good stuff right good but he knows his audience. He's only selling yuppies. You've been into midtown. Oh yes I would buy a house yesterday's. He was talking about this. It's a probably get four hundred yeah right now. It's being appraised at six six thirty without any work. Being done there yuppies that will go in there and demolish the entire House that they just bought for six hundred thousand. You've seen this. They built a new house on top six hundred thousand. It's at least worth six hundred thousand dollars for a little small lot with these old trees by it sure I mean how how does I. I don't understand the logic I don't get. It helped me out but but this guy knows all K- should location location there you go so they don't want to be a net location. Neighbour neighbour like look over. There's a freaking pool. There's a guy looking at me. Go Away about the boonies yeah and you have a you're planting trees and building a wall right now. Josh just put in the irrigation with living water irrigation. We're GONNA have him on in just a minute. He's putting in the system so I'm I'm giving polarizing. Examples sampled some help nick kind of see. This idea knicks nut selling them in. He's not selling amid as easy well. That's what I'm trying to find out if not selling to does that's. I don't think there's there's a single man except for you who wants to buy what you're Sellin. Maybe when people you're selling again nick well we're selling. We're selling to people who aren't in the adventure. People who want the the unique item that is not duplicated that is something that's it's going to be unique in their home. They're gonNA be the only ones that have something like that and it's their finger deal like it's people who don't have male Genitalia or people married to people that don't like don't you agree agree. You think your your your target audience are women. Is that what I'm hearing here. We do get a lot. We have money yes by random stuff who are married to Alpha commander pigs who would just go get it done yeah just like a woman who gets it done who wants to be a twenty year olds. Are we so the products. If you're selling current yeah so okay so we are actually we've. We've targeted like an eighteen to thirty year old range because we want people who are out there like the backpackers. The guys are out there doing something. They're traveling with like north face stuff stuff. It's it's urban nomad trading dot com or urban nomad nomad trading dot com okay right now like we currently have a it's a it's a grooming blend to wants one. You screaming blend. You use.
"blinder" Discussed on Previously, on...
"Looks on thomas drives coffeenated from a distance by the mafia pack truck. Luca reminds them. He'll be the one to take the final shot. The truck pulls up alongside thomas's parked car and the owned mathematics vehicle. We see thomas hurriedly walking with machine guns ammo along a balcony. He reaches the same series gun stolen in season. One loads and sprays bullets down on his enemies ones killed the rest run for cover of the truck. Lucas steps out returning five from his has told me gun the others follow suit forcing thomas duck under a hail of bullets. It makes a dash for a house behind him and grab stashed weapons as lou kunis boy's clothes in luca commons. The polly lied to chengdu inman catches. Thomas on the stairwell and shots were exchanged the chases on through lines of drawing sheets the hang along the balconies doubling going back thomas surprises the man and shoots him dead that entered the building telling residents to get away from the windows lucas prize by young boy dimension they which way thomas went handing finding the ladder coin fidora actions the group then continue up the stairs in pursuit and thomas the open air and makes his way down a fire escape wounding another chengdu at him as he moves luker advised to let him go for now but he refuses witnessed his thomas put a bullet in the wounded man and steps into the road gun blazing. Thomas returns fire in a standoff take shape. He's offered a one on one duel. Thomas steps forward and the men lakatos but before either get a shot away the police storm in mob handed dragging and beating pink thomas until moss steps in lieu carney's crew escape mosses at the end of his tether and turns down cash from thomas declaring loudly that the rule of the lord's returning winning and telling thomas soldiers coming back in the safety of the home pauline thomas it together awaiting author in the family autho one-sentence is about the shooting thomas taught the enemies and now down to eight men paulie reveals. She was offered a deal by luke and she accepted having running by thomas i because they knew lukud wanna kill him. Himself rolled lukoil lukoil two way. Thomas still killed three later that evening lizzie breaks the news thomas that she's pregnant and the baby can only be his. He begins to talk about abortion but she says she's keeping it. She tells him they'll be okay but it was the saranda so much death. He then leaves telling a coli. She'll get an allowance every week. From the company drunken authenticity shelby safe grabs in canaan sits alone snorting and drinking and the dauntless when he staggers out he leaves the safe wide open the next next morning on a country road paulie and michael arrived by calling a gypsy camp site his unimpressed by his new digs but is told to show respect by bony policies. It went before long name any money even learn something from which is he heads off deeper into the woods aboard. A caravan paulie drives away with alabama. They stop on route to enjoy the fresh country air in the freedom. The gypsy low-life admiral catches rabbit and they cook it together over an open fires they talk polly floods and cold him over to but as the prophetic case she puts. It's a knife to his throat threatening him. The should any harm come to michael. She'll kill him and then they get gygi under the tree as you do. We cut to alfie solomon's meeting with luca chan greta luker introduces himself alfie being alpha states. He knows who he is and that he also knows is a bit of a faded and not managing to kill thomas. Despite testing his patients luca request the album places is generous boys at ringside his seconds and return for assisting alfie won't substantial cash payment to run his rum into new york. Lucas ready to do tale but alfie mentioned is made the deal without negotiation realizing thomas royds and they do plan to kill them. All once they finished with the blindness aid is taken for us military military personnel and is met by colonel ben younger. He tells us she was seen talking to jesse eden the ada state. She was just settling industrial dispute. The cuddle tells us she's potentially potentially very useful assets the army. She's got a foot in more than one camp and she should talk to a brother. Thomas ada catches thomas and asked him about the colonel and thomas informs a a younger approached him for assistance have been given birmingham in order to stop a revolution. Her reminds us that jesse and his meeting him dinner and that the military are interested in those around her. If he gained jesse's trust she gives names and he passes them on an exchange for this he gets contracts valued at two million to supply vehicles to the military the charlie yard charleen curly set the table for thomas jesse. Thomas lays the charmer thick marmalade he presents with paper detailing withdrawn wage cutsem parity between men and women and return his to hear all jesse knows about socialism. The macy cleary also wants now as strong and series the people she knows. She believes he's worried. He'll find himself south on the wrong side from the revolution comes admitting she counts himself among those seeking a real fight and that she's not alone as the evening progresses the pair bonding left together the he pops a record on an identity homes jesse asks you feel help that cole was he kisses a chick him. He says he will. It's fights late. Nights aberra reveals to bonnie. He'll get an extra twenty percent. If he dropped goliath in the fourth opposites ringside thomas heads backstage fully from the shadows by another man the two fighters made their way to the ring for the big fight till maceysbackstage away from the noise and commotion he his footsteps in his joined by alfie alfie reveals. He's had a revelation having seen a beautiful house in margate made a decision to sell everything has to buy himself some time he tells thomas you'll you'll see one day. Bond appear and leaves in the ring. Goliath is getting the upper hand when thomas returns off is worried about the people around them but thomas reassures him. The phone in the ladies room lizzie tells ada she's pregnant with thomas. His child police asked to use her abilities to finance he was a boy or a girl saying she's having a girl and should cola ruby and kona bonnie's toldo aber on to take the fight author boxers concerned by the men goliaths corner in their apparent lack of know-how thomas tells him is the pill is messing with his head. A man walks from glides corner and suspicious of the follows. We see them unprepared. Garate in the dressing room is author approaches arches in the ring bonnie's dropped it gets back to his feet as around in the betting intensifies the second leaves gloves corner and this time thomas follows politics gets up to investigate whether boys have gone off is attacked from behind and garrotted he struggles but falls lifeless to the floor. Thomas arrives and shoots the attacker could dead walking from the cbs' into poly. Shell shocked. They're returned to ringside is bony celebrates a win tells lizzie authors dead polly polander aside aside and we see a crumbling tears i staged finisher of the second man thomas pistol whips and beats him then tells finn to take the man's is finn removes his cap an obliges his brother. Thomas enters the ring firing his gun into the shouting that his brother is dead on the streets of birmingham. A gypsy count carries the body of all the shelby inside the shelby house. Police speaks over the phone to michael telling him baron would bring him to them. Michael arrives in his plan for him to go to new york has been put in place. His train leaves in an hour that thomas makes it cool to america but we don't hear who's on the other end the loyd at all gypsy funeral. Mrs chen greta arrives carrying a white flag later. She says unless thomas hanzel business over to her family luke will kill them. All luke arrives alfi's to buy his business instead of alfie. They find a wide white handgrenade and conclude alfie must've left town. Luke declares on the basis of that all of alpha's businesses and now his lizzy bursts in on thomas and polly holly. She demands to know why thomas never visitor explains the been busy preparing for tamara ludicrous coming for their business. Having already taken alfie and sabinas thomas says is gonna let him have it inside the gin distillery lucre and his men meet with thomas finn and paulie is amused by what remains of the peaky blinders than presents papers drawn advise lawyer the handover of everything the shelby's half luca trump's append to the table telling thomas to sign the paper on his knees. Thomas stools and luca throws the table aside and demanded manzi gets on these days tomas stoops. He tells me to find someone bigger than lucas. He talks about families in brooklyn. Who wants to take while the chengdu is have become risk starting a war in new york. However should luca danni overseas in vendetta against make they could take his business without risk polly the mentions they've also been talking to the businessman in chicago namely al capone who was equally keen to see the congress is full thomas points to luka's men declaring they work for the highest bidder. Luca realizes realizes his on his own disturbed by the news place on the back foot. It goes for his gun but thomas knocks him from his hand. In a fistfight ensues as thomas gets the upper hand and smashes luke against table all the walks in why we flash back to the nineteen supposedly died. Thomas tells paulie authors injured but he's all right however the i need to convince people he's dead everyone but then linda should believe he's gone looks in stunned silence at arthur as the presumed dead man raises a gun and kill him. Thomas tells the mafia mental at chicago. No michael was on the important deal to new york for three hundred barrels of jinnah month after the bloodshed and the bombshells everyone gathers is it. Thomas is home to celebrate. Oughta makes a speech saying his made a decision to stay raw than go to america now all their enemies a golden. They finally have peace. He then proposes. This is thomas. Take a holiday and rest. We cut to thomas on a beach moorgate. He finds alfie solomon's. Toma says he's no business reason to kill alfie but it is a bad blood mud. Reasons elfi pays willing to accept his fate. Thomas raises his gun. His alfie reveals he has kenza thomas prepares to kill him demanding looking in the eyes but but instead alfie spins and fires a gun hidden in his pocket as thomas foles he gets shot off the coast through ralphie's face but both men hit the deck. Thomas gets back to his fatemeh approaches elfi within walking away from the body. We jump forward three months. Thomas is on the gulf coast but suddenly throws his club and walks away whistling. We save fishing lost deep in thought flashing back to the war as a hun- passes nearby leaps for the water. His amand lost his mind on the descent gathering speed polly meets him having been to a doctor. She says he might be nerves kicking and now he's resting with nothing else to occupy his mind. The next day thomas decides is done enough resting and leaves the house he arrived at the shelby house warmly welcomed by author he passes a note to naral devlin for jesse eden then tells him is free to join his family in glasgow later. He tells police at an idea. We see jesse reading the letter. Thomas requests demeter saying it's now time for change. He kisses her and declares her the course is now his course and he wants to meet those who can take things further jesse gives him the name casey douglas contact with london and moscow.
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"Welcome to previously about caceres created to help you through some of the most complex complex yet william television ever night peaky blinders season four five thomas drives his california from a distance bhai. The mafia pack truck luca reminds them. He'll be the one to take the final shot. The truck pulls up alongside thomas his parked car and the mathematics at the vehicle. We see thomas hurriedly walking with machine guns ammo along a balcony. He reaches the same mm series gun stolen in season. One loads and sprays bullets down on his enemies ones killed the rest run for cover of the truck. Lucas steps out returning five from his tommy homey gun. The others follow suit forcing thomas duck under a hail of bullets. It makes a dash for a house behind him and grab stashed weapons. Lou kunis boy's clothes in luca commons. The polly lied to chengdu with him and catches. Thomas on the stairwell and shots were exchanged the chases on through lines of drawing sheets the hang along the balconies doubling back. Thomas surprises the man and shoot him dead that entered the building telling residents to get away from the windows. Lucas surprised by young boy dimension which way thomas went handing the lat coin fidora actions the group then continue up the stairs in pursuit and thomas hits the open-air and makes his way down a fire escape wounding another chengdu at man as he moves lookers occurs advised to let him go for now but he refuses on the streets he witnessed his thomas put a bullet in the wounded man and steps into the road gun. Blazing thomas returns fire and a standoff handoff take shape. He's offered a one on one duel. Thomas steps four the menlo choas but before either can get a shot away the please storm in mob handed dragging and beating thomas until moss steps in luke ernie's crew escape mosses at the end of his tether and turns down cash from thomas declaring loudly that the rule of the lord's returning then telling thomas soldiers at coming back in the safety of the home polly thomas it together awaiting author in the family autho one-sentence is about the shooting. Thomas replies caused the enemies and now down to eight men polly reveals. She was offered a deal by lucan. She accepted having run by thomas. I because they knew who'd wanna kill him himself. Little deluca wall to way thomas still killed three later that evening lizzie breaks the news to thomas. She's pregnant and the baby can only be his. It begins to talk about abortion but she. She says she's keeping it. She tells him they'll be okay but he was surrounded by so much death. He then leaves telling a coldly. She'll get an allowance every week from the company. A drunken authenticity shelby safe grabs in canaan sits alone snorting and drinking in the don't miss when he staggers out he leaves the safe wide open the next morning country road polian mike arrived by car to a gypsy camp site is unimpressed by new digs but he's told to share respect by bony polly says it won't be for long name on not even learn something and watches as he heads off deeper into the woods aboard a caravan paulie drives away with aber roma they stop on route to enjoy the fresh country air in the freedom of gypsy low-life obrero catches rabbit and they cook it together over an open fires they talk polly floods and cold him over to but as the prophetic case she puts a knife. We'll have to his throat threatening him. The should any harm come to michael. She'll kill him and then they get judy under the tree as you do. We cut to alfie solomon's meeting with luca chang. Greta lucre introduces himself alfie being alfie stays. He knows who he is. In the also is a bit of a fadi for not managing to kill thomas despite testings patients luca request the alph replaces his chandra two boys at ringside a seconds and return for assisting alpha won't substantial cash payment and two runs rum into new york lucas ready to do a deal dale but alfie mentions is made the deal with negotiation realizing thomas reuters and they do plan to kill them. All once they finish with the blinds aid is taken from a home bus military three personal and is met by colonel ben younger. He tells us she was seen talking to jesse ada state. She was just settling an industrial dispute. The kotal tells us she's potentially angela very useful assets the army. She's got a foot in more than one camp and she should talk to brother thomas. I had to catch thomas and asked him about the colonel and thomas informs a younger parched him for assistance have been given birmingham in order to stop a revolution her reminded jesse and his meeting him for dinner and that the military are interested in those around her if gained jesse's trust she gives names and he passes them on an exchange for this he gets contracts valued at two million to supply vehicles to the military the charlie's all his yard charleen curly set the table thomasson jesse thomas lays the charm thick is marmalade. He presented with paperwork. Detailing withdrawn wage cuts in parity between men and women than return his to hear all jesse knows about socialism. The macy cleary also wants now as strong in series the people she knows she believes he's worried. He'll find himself on on the wrong side. When the revolution comes admitting she counts itself among those seeking a real fight and she's not alone as the evening progresses the pad bonding left together. He pops a record on the laden's nature. His oems jesse asks you feel help they co was he kisses a cheek him. He says he will. It's fight night nights. Aberra reveals to bonnie. He'll get an extra twenty percent if he dropped goliath in the fourth opposites ringside but thomas heads backstage fully from the shadows by another the man. Thanks for listening hope. It's been helpful for this and if you've enjoyed this i would love it. If you subscribe. We've got loads more shy by this came from and we'd love to join us a five star review wherever you you'll podcast cast from would also be absolutely fantastic if you've got any feedback or ideas for shows that we should be covering bloomington doing the big ones but you never know. The may be others that we've missed. Let us nine. I'd love to hear from you over on twitter. You can find his at previous podcast or just email is a hello previously on dot coating u._k. Previously presented by jamie's visit staff doris production.
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"Yet william television ever night peaky blinders season four five thomas drives his california from a distance bhai. The mafia pack truck luca reminds them. He'll be the one to take the final shot. The truck pulls up alongside thomas his parked car and the mathematics at the vehicle. We see thomas hurriedly walking with machine guns ammo along a balcony. He reaches the same mm series gun stolen in season. One loads and sprays bullets down on his enemies ones killed the rest run for cover of the truck. Lucas steps out returning five from his tommy homey gun. The others follow suit forcing thomas duck under a hail of bullets. It makes a dash for a house behind him and grab stashed weapons. Lou kunis boy's clothes in luca commons. The polly lied to chengdu with him and catches. Thomas on the stairwell and shots were exchanged the chases on through lines of drawing sheets the hang along the balconies doubling back. Thomas surprises the man and shoot him dead that entered the building telling residents to get away from the windows. Lucas surprised by young boy dimension which way thomas went handing the lat coin fidora actions the group then continue up the stairs in pursuit and thomas hits the open-air and makes his way down a fire escape wounding another chengdu at man as he moves lookers occurs advised to let him go for now but he refuses on the streets he witnessed his thomas put a bullet in the wounded man and steps into the road gun. Blazing thomas returns fire and a standoff handoff take shape. He's offered a one on one duel. Thomas steps four the menlo choas but before either can get a shot away the please storm in mob handed dragging and beating thomas until moss steps in luke ernie's crew escape mosses at the end of his tether and turns down cash from thomas declaring loudly that the rule of the lord's returning then telling thomas soldiers at coming back in the safety of the home polly thomas it together awaiting author in the family autho one-sentence is about the shooting. Thomas replies caused the enemies and now down to eight men polly reveals. She was offered a deal by lucan. She accepted having run by thomas. I because they knew who'd wanna kill him himself. Little deluca wall to way thomas still killed three later that evening lizzie breaks the news to thomas. She's pregnant and the baby can only be his. It begins to talk about abortion but she. She says she's keeping it. She tells him they'll be okay but he was surrounded by so much death. He then leaves telling a coldly. She'll get an allowance every week from the company. A drunken authenticity shelby safe grabs in canaan sits alone snorting and drinking in the don't miss when he staggers out he leaves the safe wide open the next morning country road polian mike arrived by car to a gypsy camp site is unimpressed by new digs but he's told to share respect by bony polly says it won't be for long name on not even learn something and watches as he heads off deeper into the woods aboard a caravan paulie drives away with aber roma they stop on route to enjoy the fresh country air in the freedom of gypsy low-life obrero catches rabbit and they cook it together over an open fires they talk polly floods and cold him over to but as the prophetic case she puts a knife. We'll have to his throat threatening him. The should any harm come to michael. She'll kill him and then they get judy under the tree as you do. We cut to alfie solomon's meeting with luca chang. Greta lucre introduces himself alfie being alfie stays. He knows who he is. In the also is a bit of a fadi for not managing to kill thomas despite testings patients luca request the alph replaces his chandra two boys at ringside a seconds and return for assisting alpha won't substantial cash payment and two runs rum into new york lucas ready to do a deal dale but alfie mentions is made the deal with negotiation realizing thomas reuters and they do plan to kill them. All once they finish with the blinds aid is taken from a home bus military three personal and is met by colonel ben younger. He tells us she was seen talking to jesse ada state. She was just settling an industrial dispute. The kotal tells us she's potentially angela very useful assets the army. She's got a foot in more than one camp and she should talk to brother thomas. I had to catch thomas and asked him about the colonel and thomas informs a younger parched him for assistance have been given birmingham in order to stop a revolution her reminded jesse and his meeting him for dinner and that the military are interested in those around her if gained jesse's trust she gives names and he passes them on an exchange for this he gets contracts valued at two million to supply vehicles to the military the charlie's all his yard charleen curly set the table thomasson jesse thomas lays the charm thick is marmalade. He presented with paperwork. Detailing withdrawn wage cuts in parity between men and women than return his to hear all jesse knows about socialism. The macy cleary also wants now as strong in series the people she knows she believes he's worried. He'll find himself on on the wrong side. When the revolution comes admitting she counts itself among those seeking a real fight and she's not alone as the evening progresses the pad bonding left together. He pops a record on the laden's nature. His oems jesse asks you feel help they co was he kisses a cheek him. He says he will. It's fight night nights. Aberra reveals to bonnie. He'll get an extra twenty percent if he dropped goliath in the fourth opposites ringside but thomas heads backstage fully from the shadows by another the man.
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"There's been a misunderstanding in us for paulie basic meeting to discuss the matter the next morning thomasson grace hit the road cheltenham races charlie warns him he needs if he wants to return alive but thomas informs in it'll be just him in grace elsewhere however the rest of the peaky blinders gang tool up and make their own way to to the races with a plan to hit the lee family a little toying with the truth grens thomasson grace access to the v._i._p. Section of cheltenham races whereas look would have it billy kimber is also also present kimba watches thomas and grace dense taking particular interesting rice as a member of the family rubs a bookie in the jen's he suddenly greg by john and savagely beaten including some raw the creative razor blade work off the wounded. The peaky blinders are in charge. Now later author drops the money taken from the lee family need to thomas thomas them plans it on the table of kim declaring it rescued from the lease esque into contract future protection to the blind as return for five percent of the take and three legal betting pitches at every race north of the river seven kimba suggests thomas torch was accountant while he dances with grace kimber and foams thomas. He wants an i._d. Condition that he gets grace the two hours thomas explains to gracious to go ahead to kim his while he raps a business here. She's riley unhappy burt against her better. Judgment goes ahead at his house. Kimber tries to force himself upon grace but is interrupted by thomas he bursts in lies that she has syphilis and as a whole lot about to boom grace's furious with thomas thomas but then questions why he came back to save her. Thomas has no answer..
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"He says she must get close to him and find out whether guns hidden it is presented with a gun of her own and claire active on behalf of the crown thomas's calls from his home by frantic man named curly and taken to his new horse. The hoses lags in a bad way and curly says occurs from the lee clan. Thomas police gun apologizes and shoots the horse in the head killing it. He goes into the closed. Garrison demands a drink from grace telling it to stay with him him foams. He killed his horse because it looked at in the wrong way. The peshawar cigarette discussed the upcoming race trip. Thomas tells her notion of a work in dublin and guesses. She probably got pregnant left. A hometown grace's molin happy to play along. She sings for him as the to begin to bond the following day aiders about to board a train freddie catches her at the station he says thomas got a message to him to get out of town and take a two with him then he drops to one knee and proposes uses aided joyfully accepts however freddie then declared they're not leaving but will instead stay in marian boom because he's not afraid of tommy shelby at the garrison singalong is rudely interrupted when billy kimber in his machine gun armed gang members stroll in and demento of men in then and shelby he finds a pistol and and the ad repeating the demand is thomas walk from a back room and sends everyone else home. The shelby boasted across from cambridge men. He's furious that thomas fixed the whole choice and he's keen gene for blood but thomas potts an offer on the table at the shelby's helping bring down the lee clan declaring would be an honor to work with him. Kimber says is powered by having thomas pickup. A tossed coin informed that leaves with the deal in place and an arrangement of meat at cheltenham races..
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"Epsom races. Thomas pens a letter to the editor of the new york times regarding the upcoming assassination declaring his family innocent of any involvement. He adds that he's working for the crown who he believes intend to kill him. Once the mission is complete the names campbell is the man responsible he hands the letter to eighty with orders to postition. Anything happened to him is thomas prepares to leave eight his housemate. James joins him much weight as concern in prison off as informed as being released as all witnesses of withdrawn statements against him and camden town thomas alfie it is distillery. Jane tweets outside as he's led through the warehouse. Thomas stop-start shoelaces nece barrels author. Leave jalen is picked up by joni dogs who informs him. He's gotta make a phone call alfie desk the phone rings and thomas's its author breaking the news is a free man alfie then asks what he gets in return is presented with the export license the peaky keep lines but grunting by churchill unhappy with only twenty percent of the take alfie passes thomas fresh contract that hands in one hundred percent of older peaky blinders businesses declaring it non non-negotiable thomas then plays as he mentioned the as an associate waiting at the door aka james and that is managing nanna kissed even mentioned he he stopped ties lace fat confirm his man and whilst doing site placed a hand grenade into one of the barrels with a wired tripp states that if he doesn't walk into the door on the stroke of seven the the grenade is triggered by the associates and thanks to some highly combustible rum everyone's gonna get blown to hell obviously unsettled alfie places a gun into the hand command with orders to go outside and kill the associate thomas mentions that anyone him walking through the door and boom alfie seems to call his bluff but is reminded that thomas blew up his own pub and make sudden u-turn offering newton's of sixty five percent no deal alfie man panics and he slapped by the boston then sent to sit in the corner alfie backtracks again is just forty five percent eventually settling on thirty five and not being blown up thomas then leaves james todd back in birmingham polly l. e. places a huge warned of cash in front of michael telling him to leave and start a new life in london elsewhere it acquired countryside location campbell meets men of the ulster volunteer force ordering ordering them to kill thomas. Wednesday assassinations been carried out on route to epsom thomas lays out the plans to his men he explains he's gonna create a diversion to occupy the police while they takeover sabinians race track licenses off the questions the diversion but is told to trust his brother and the app stables thomas meets with may they kiss any he tells whatever happens day. It was good adding he'll find later. His tone really worries her. We see sabina arrived meals to see feel marshall. Henry russell russell joined a drink in uniform when he leaves thomas follows. The thomas continues to stalk target. He surprised by the arrival of grace. She breaks the news that she's pregnant with his child. He stays he has to make a husband believe in his and frantically tells her yes things to do and we'll see our afterwards. She declares it's a love for an they range to meet once the race is run. Lizzy meets with thomas need beckons it to follow him. The belief that she's that to work at his secretary crumbles when she's told her job is to destroy strength field marshall and take him somewhere private. She's rightly angry but agrees on the basis that thomas gets to a before things get physical outside. The blind crew crew get themselves into position to strike sabina's men inside lizzy attracts the attention of the field marshall and makes her move an announcement that the dog is due to start. Liz is the ball leaving only thomas and campbell behind campbell one does if elements of respect might be grown between them but then quashes the idea thomas reveals grace told him she loves him. An old campbell got was a bullet in kane and before he leaves after that he knows what he did to paulie and the by the end of the day one of them will be dead and waking up in hell tomorrow leases in the stables with field marshal. He begins to place his hands on earned dementia undress. When she resists he gets aggressive as thomas makes his way to. The scene is plan hits a snag when the please stop in passing through an area and in the stables lizzy sexually assaulted toma storms in late with a pistol but it jams as he is is in a fistfight breaks out with tom coming second best the phil marshall begins to galaxies i out when suddenly thomas managed to push them autozone pistol away it fis and puts a bullet through the skull of the field marshall. Thomas is the gun into the air leaves and informs offices a soldier lying dead causing diversion. The blinders have been waiting for the peaky. You keep on his take sabinas race pitchy by force a short time later. Thomas welcomes any to a seat at his table. He breaks the news that his blind accrue building sabinas licenses licenses they speak announced that sabine made a mistake breaking in palmerston alfie and that's why the peaky blinders in the jewish gangs of black business sabena stands and breaks a bottle title preparing to attack thomas when police burst in in a surprising twist grip thomas and drag amount leading into a van and declaring him a prisoner of the volunteer force the funday pause leaving any thomas's cap on the ground elsewhere may- approaches grace introduces himself his whole trainer the meetings pretty frosty and ends is grace reminds me. The horse was named after her campbell's on the phone getting the story vent straight with churchill when polly approaches she enters the booth and draws a gun. He suggests she wouldn't shoot him in such a public place but she reminds him that old place around the king he attempts talk his way out but revenge is serve when she pulled the trigger ed leaving him dying on the floor she stroz away and the aftermath of the day john comforts lizzy under the false belief. She's working to make a few extra quit author the begins to question what thomas's cut to the back of the van it.
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"Another death this tom. An argument is garroted on the streets of birmingham. The latest casualty in an ongoing war between gangs a recruitment drives into where the garrison is thomas author and joan seat new men to bolster the ranks. We say a young man calling himself the dig booth kid after his hero billy the kid the brothers malkin for watching too many films even carries a wooden pistol in a holster but when the hair the young men hasn't got a criminal record that he sought to hire him elsewhere paul and michael begin to lay the first blocks and then the mother son relationship pali word that she's not good enough for him but michael reissues author jim burstein fooling around with guns before thomas introduces them to michael in a warmer union by trump thomas meets culpability kitchen old wool but he hopes will lead a brigade of one hundred men and they shake hands on an alliance between the black country boys and the brothers and the belief that london is theirs for the taking michael catches thomas at the garrison he hopes to use is the telephone to call his adoptive mother. Tele wary is tomas tries to get him to tell her he's coming home but michael insists that he wants to stay as recommended he calls his mother had helmand right poly to let her know will return in a few weeks when he's eighteen mike lynn sits again thomas questioned whether he knows what it is the shell is due and that people end up getting hurt michael. Well however says if he spends one more day in the boring village i grew up in he'll blow the place up impressed. Thomas declares he's definitely pelisson. The reinforce peaky blinds crewe arriving camden town by barge led by big lounge in jihad case billy kitchen that make their way to alfie solomon's place and bootleg distillery parading as a legitimate commit warehouse bakery each gets enrolled as a baker billy kitchen steps forward describing himself as head by thomas explains the situation. Which is the camden. I'm dan please a with them but north and south of there they've gotta show that piper's aman cracks a joke alfie steps forward and punches different man to the ground and tells the joke of the unconscious memo remembers his fault. He lays down the law in no uncertain terms of the men confirming if it wasn't any doubt just to the bosses thomas guys to visit ada. She pulls a gun as he lets himself in then takes the key. She didn't even know he had from him. It tells you need someone to find decent property london to ren to the man she's not too keen to help because of the conditions that have mental be captain and tell it in the house he's watched by pleasing gangsters but thomas replies that are there to keep her safe paulie and michael continue to bond she takes takes into a new impressive home with plans to stay the week and carry on the bonding process meanwhile the garrison authors to his nostrils in the drug tokyo snorting align as he prepare to open the pub woman tis imported ghonim is the mother of the boy killed in the boxing club. Mrs ross she's their revenge. He demands that she shoots him in the head because that's why the trouble is shouting at the pull the trigger. She shakes but she can't do it. They officer a drink but she suddenly fis hitting mirror behind the ball author an arms. The woman in sits sits with the office compensation in the form of cash and worked for the suns but she screamed and toppled the table declaring. Somebody has to stop them before she leaves distraught. Thomas meets campbell at his digs. He mocks the fact that the major has been put up in a hostel run by full of prostitutes and brothel owners digging that it may be a joke on the part of his plea colleagues the dig the kid aka harold handcocks arrested guide you through the booking process by surprisingly considerate sondra. Moss sabinas told that getting to thomas thomas is tricky as he surrounded by an army however the recent arrest of one of his men. The dig with kid is highlighted as a prime opportunity to send a message sabena suspects recent races have been fixed by the shelby's his man asks what to do with the kidding custody but sabinas paranoia bubbles up he grabs man by the throat questioning why he wants to have him give that order out allowed suggesting he's being dot to struggling to breathe. The men states himself that they'll kill hancocks kid back at his digs. Campbell tells the landlady to takeoff cafa toilets as a means to determine the truth of thomas's words. She begins to undress stops a demanding. She told the police he knows when his children comes. It will be him a._m. Who's laughing. The dig with kids sits in his hoffler stonewalled sal to mend boost in one grabs him the threatened his cellmate stating if anyone asks you tell them this is what what happens to blind as it went to the prison by orders of sabina the dig with kid pleads with them to these and the blinder but slit his throat thomas cole's it was a meeting vying revenge for the murder of the kid. The plan is to get a couple boys arrested and sent into the prison to find the killer deliver sweet sweet justice so also announced that the blinds it to buy a racehorse from auction as a means to gain access to the racist dominated by sabina. Mike lynch declares he wants to go to the auction with them but iran especially lebron. Y potty says no however as auction employee has had a change of heart michael is to go once. They're the boys catch. The alive upper class is whole stratum may carrollton a woman with a taste of the bad boys and seemingly thomas shelby in particular. She bids against him locking eye contact as she does. Thomas wins the host though and afterwards may stops him in presents himself as a possible trainer for it as the blind is made to leave their ambush by sabine even gunshots ring counted cross the empty auction ring the blinds killed the attackers and in another fit of blind rage author practically beats him to death with bands than bites a chunk from his neck before being restrained gene by friends when he loses it. He really loses it. Thomas tells mike lee didn't see anything but calm. Cucumber michael city wants to drive the car for them. The guy who michael plays down the day with polly austin saudis brimming with excitement to this thrilling new life that the boys wind down from the day toes pose the cod of may carrollton from his pocket and considered it and deep.
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"If thomas is is gonna thank him for saving his life then reveals he knows about him. Murdering the blacksmith they briefly discussed the now married grace who lives in new york before campbell breaks the news that everything anything that has happened to thomas recently is part of a perfectly orchestrated plan to leave him dangling on campbell's hook. Thomas told he'll be sent instructions as he now belongs to the a major after discharged himself from hospital looking like the walking dead thomas makes his way to charlie's yard he helps a bargemen by curly and begins the slow journey anita london four days later he walked through camden town on route to a meeting with alfie solomon's played by tom hardy leader of the jewish gang the past sit into very serious mental business thomas places an offer on the table to join forces in a war against the beanie but alfie dismisses the idea however thomas paint a true picture the current state of play an offer two hundred armed men for the fight alfie draws a gun sticks intimacies face but then pulls away and after reaffirming his role is the perceived seve alpha male asks for the plan of attack light to thomas catches up with aida. She's less than happy to see him and pulls a gun just to highlight how ready she is should sabine. His men tried again. He tells her he's border house and hans over the keys. She agrees to have a look at what you would wouldn't you. Sabine visited the place but he immediately says his authority over them. They discussed thomas's arrival and he's meeting with alfie. Solomon's temple afraid incipient accuses the police of being in cahoots with the peaky blinders and throws them out and then demanded amen goes to follow thomas police greeted by birthday round of applause but entering the shelby house thomas is there back from london and looking in much better health. They hope in a car and drive to a huge country house when they get inside. Thomas breaks the news. The house is actually a gift for her. She questions and says it's too big for tallish brings us a more news. He said he's spoken to asthma and he's gonna find children. Later lizzie thomas alexa from grace and he dictates a letter of his own to winston instant churchill regarding the purge by campbell he highlights glittering war record and requests and export license and london churchill agrees much to campbell's disappointment point thomas pose a house in the countryside and approaches a woman called. Mrs johnson passes himself off as a council work that talk about her son henry. He ask what a sudden knows about his real identity. The lady realizes in often the council after role as the young henry approaches is told his real name is michael gray. Komo wants to talk to him. Tomas leases called with him in the boxing club. Things are going pretty badly. Actually a raging off the rules as relentlessly pungent a young fighter in blind fury until the boys won't dead finn tells thomas that all has been losing it a lot lately going mad and then crying afterwards when he sees alex. Thomas says the kid probably had a weak heart but author is in a bad place explaining how he can't stop himself when he loses control blaming the wall his mental state in the trauma that haunts him thomas is pretty unsympathetic and all the goes for him slamming him into the mantelpiece and screaming thomas retaliates and forces into look at himself in the mirror empties the bullets from his gun then leaves campbell pulled up solder moss about the bribes has been accepted from the peak is he informed moss's now back on the side of the angels and he's gonna work as a double agent and thomas tells police found his son but a daughter is indeed sadly dead. She's overcome with emotion told his up to michael henry if he chooses estimator polly pulls a gun on demand the address of his son he refuses she finds it into the air and storms out finn visits off. It's taken to the reopening ponti the garrison he's is reluctant to leave at fenner's other ideas offices brother-in-law of drug. Kohl's tokyo suddenly energized author his bounces himself to the party inside police hitting the drink full-throttle thomas burns the letter he received from grace without even opening it eight is an town and thomas asks if the talk to poly about the michael situation shen paulie however is in no mood to talk instead she asks him into dense then finishes the evening with a drunken nightstand a disheveled polly does the walk of shane the morning after these greet dose that by young men he asks for elizabeth grey stating. He thinks she might be his mother..
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"Welcome to previously about caceres created to help you through some of the most complex complex william television peaky blinders season two episode. We're in a grim place. Weeping mother places harold dig kid hancocks wooden pistol and host on his gravestone and thomas approaches and met by the full weight of grief is the woman slaps and hits him. He leaves behind an envelope of cash for way to tomas meets campbell. He's he's led to a room where our renault donnelly seated alongside doodle henry and realizes shelby's concerned campbell in the i._r._a. Been working together thomas dixon irene about working looking for the king with tensions high and you assassination target is presented. Thomas failed marshal henry russell campbell offers immunity after the act is completed but yeah no helping carrying out the hit thomas refuses and walks away however when campbell follow us state the donal henry is spy and if campbell deals with that then they the deal down in london all the pays off the police and storm sabinas eating club with a group of blinders they ted the place to shreds delivering von's and bloodshed on the dense flow and increasing out of control off a slice up a man called mayor's face with a broken glass announces. The club is now under new management by order of the peaky blinders author then celebrates by indulging his taste for both prostitutes and drugs back in birmingham. The body of dental henry turns up in a coal pile. Thomas must contemplates these destination is to carry out his visited by a potential candidate for the role of clerk naming michael. Thomas is reluctant until him to phone paulie. I as may opens. The shelby hung door to make alton. She tells as macy's to train thomas. He's holes for epsom. Thomas arrives in shows around the gambling dennis. She's never seen one before outside. I thomas brings the horse to a while. The white for transport takes may to the garrison for a drink every glass of gin. Hey asks her if she wants to have sex with him she informs inches death breath <unk> holes and the cash and nothing else they raise a toast of the darby she then reveals used in a homework on him that he isn't on any register but that he does have a distinguished war echoed food before she goes. Tom tells the horses named grace's secret later pauline thomas clash over the job of michael. They eventually reach a compromise. Thomas pays he's michael high wage but keeps him away from the outside of the business and puts him in place at the beginning of the new more legitimate one. Mike was birthday is celebrated in the garrison thomas. This presents him with a gold pocket watch so never late for work these toasted into the family business the next day thomas pulls whiskey for author john that explains the drink is to be sent overseas is to america where prohibitions in effect rich folk pay big money for quality booze ads the things to the export license. The shipments went even be searched down south while looking over the books thomas notices the businesses made six hundred pounds from olive sales. He questions all through stumbles over the m._c._i. Never the full thomas explains is that i sell cocaine direct. They just take a cut then asks him to. The six hundred came from all designed pocket adding that if he doesn't straighten up jim will take his place in london. Poking talking sounded portland inhales. Thomas purged by policemen telling him become poke their nose to move pretending he's lost. Thomas stars the engine and cleansing in his pocket. Watch realizes realizes that and he took twenty three seconds officer to approach him. Thomas is next stop is aid is the doors. I'm by men named james. He rents a room for frosty. If i thomas lines up when he as james as a gay rights with sexual entrusted his sister he tells eighty because he's got no children he set up a trust fund to benefit jones kids in ages some call in the event of his death that we set for life but he requires aid his signature elsewhere in london elfin sabine meet savini questions whether alfie knew about the blind is taking various areas of the city the meetings tents and tempers flare however sabena seeks truth and a fresh alliance alfie agrees and the two gangs prepared to wage war the peaky blinders thomas paces surprise visit to may call it home. An impressive country mansion gets a progress report on his racehorse. The pair openly italy flew with one another with my suggesting many guests through the night a suggestion. Thomas seems keen to experience. She reveals she's lived alone. Since the death of a husband he asked for a map of the house so we can find his way to a room at midnight. Michael annoy show another young member of the blind is talk about hitting the town to find women they hit the marquis quizzes long partner approach by my name patty looks to asia and says he doesn't drink with blacks five breaks out by i should've is good as they get but when patty held glass to michael michael the bomb and tells him he's police son and the finding instantly stops later and author john hair by the fights they had to the pub and burned to the ground with a bomb and still inside lead and monaco gets a first glimpse of the powers family having the city out in the countryside. It seems may did indeed have a map because she and thomas get physical michael. It must be the country. Thomas is back in birmingham. Meeting with campbell is told that the day of the assassination is in three weeks time. Thomas reminds campbell that if he's killed hild is made arrangements for campbell to die as well and he has to his office. Thomas makes it coal to the ritz hotel in london. An american man picks up. Thomas stay silence hangs up. We see grace eskimo new cold but he tells it the line council. Thanks for listening hope. It's been helpful. If you've enjoyed this. I would love it if you subscribe. We've got loads more wash is where this came from and we'd love to join us a five star review wherever you you'll podcast from would also be absolutely fantastic if you've got any feedback or ideas for a show that we should be covering bloomington doing the big ones but you never know. There may be others that we've missed lettuce nine. I'd love to hear from you over on twitter. You can find his at previous. Podcast would just email is hello. Previously on dot coating k. previously presented by j needs to adapt doris production <music>.
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"Welcome to previously about caceres created to help you through some of the most complex complex yet william television ever night peaky blinders season two episode alfie salomon's leads a goat throughs warehouse else west beanie sits tweet with members of the police force and campbell gets gygi with his former prostitute landlady back in the warehouse alfie welcomes author and billy kitchen. They sit to break bread as large metal door shuts. Billy becomes was anxious but office settlerism alfie delivers a speech about the posts acution of his people explaining about the ritual sacrifice of a goat that must be done in order to defeat their enemies. This bellies tens bill is oblivious to any threat and as the ghost throat is slit alfie declares they named the sacrificial beast tommy shelby that that moment billy shot in the hadn't killed off his grab tides post and beaten by alfie elsewhere sabinas men retake eating pla balls in birmingham and please storm polly's he's home. She sits tweet with michael. Sabina leaves a message. Thomas who had become south shall return back north in pieces and the white house alfie opens opens the door to place until of his details off the came in armed and mood billy the officers dragging unconscious author away. We muslim birmingham michael to his escort it away by the places. This is polly fights. Campbell restrain breaks the news that thomas shelby's finished returning from the country with my kelton. A furious thomas meets campbell in church which he questioned the deal they had in the protection campbell comedy explains that they arrested author and michael to provide extra motivation for thomas and carrying out the assassination. We i hear that michael was arrested for the austin. The mock pub campbell adds that knowing thomas's unafraid to china needed extra assurances then breaks that he also knows aid is address in london a short time later. Thomas receives a coal from grace and they arrange to meet at a shell family meeting. Jim delivers the news of the peaky blinders losses. He's both in men and money and the eating club and the other pubs of back in the hands of sabinians sullivan's as may says she spoke into johnny dogs about getting additional men from the lee clan. Thomas takes up on the offer a furious policy. She's gonna take michael away from the family if he ever gets to prison taking matters into our own hands paulie visits campbell at his office he tells them michael could be free during the next day but in return designing the forms hitting to sexual favors from pauley with a son in a heart in their room to maneuver paulie only agrees the next morning. Mike was released a poly. He's been told why is a free man and treat pauley with cold contempt that charlie's y'all thomas tells cody leonese six cans of petrol to be loaded into the back of his car grace lies to a husband clive mcmillan that she's going to see our aunty and she meets thomas at his home and initially a cold reunion wombs when thomas declares ianni acted that way too quickly discover how grace was doing in life the path and had out thomas introduces it to charlie chaplin impersonal swanky he drinking den and she suitably impressed later. Thomas cole's camel to inform. He's about to sleep with grace. The to rekindle old passions afterwards. He asked to to see her again wanting it to come clean to her husband about him. A shack would off his lead along a prison corridor nancy into a courtyard on white's foreign joan tells me will not hang winging things are in motion to freeze brother later jon postel letter bomb through the door. The field marshal henry rose left. Johnny dogs distracts the police and god duty the the blast rips through the house. Thomas visits may to tell her. He won't be sleeping with her again because he still loves grace. She has trouble letting go and kisses him. Camel stops by thomas office in the wake of the bomb at the phil marshall home thomas explains the original plan for the assassination changed now. The location is in pieces. It classes now gonna take place where it will be impossible hustle for campbell and he's meant to have him killed after the is done namely epsom on dome be dame. Thanks for listening hope. It's been helpful listen. If you've enjoyed this. I would love it if you subscribe. We've got loads more shows is why this came from and we'd love you to join us a five star review wherever you podcast from would also be absolutely fantastic if you've got any feedback or ideas for shows that we should be covering gloomy suddenly doing the big ones but you never note. That may be others that we've missed. Let us know i'd love to hear from you over on twitter you can find his at previous podcast would just email is a hello previously dot coding u._k. Previously presented by jamie east visit staff doris production <music>.
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"Blinders. We begin where we left off at the station. We close these one on the echoes of a single gunshot and now it's time france's inspector chem lanes is pistol towards grace seemingly intent on killing the woman who broke his heart however we watch his grace lifts handbag and pulls the trigger on her own concealed gun the bullet finds its target and campbell full backwards as he lies face up and clinging to life grace leaves the scene within jim ford two whole years in small heath birmingham. Two women push prams toward the garrison pub. Leave the premise of the door and quickly scarver as behind them. A a huge explosion rocks the drinking how we cut to a funeral thomas talks over the grave of freddie thorne killed by disease. He laid towards with ada asking her her. If she might return to birmingham she's reluctant but he states he has plans to expand the business into london and her life in the big city will become more dangerous. The shelby's returned to small heath if to find the garrison of blackened shell following the blast polyphonic confetti scattered throughout the pub and she and thomas consider who might have planted the bomb in a search frances france's. Thomas visits the black line pub his mac by young boy looking to the peaky blinders devil led to a tucked away warehouse. He end his knees patted down by two men before for psyches placed over his head sitting at a desk. He's mab i._r._a. Woman named irene o'donnell thomas giga and a man places a gun to his temple asking for permission to killing however irene says no and that his dedication to studying his enemies why he's been chosen later that evening tomas meets with sausage and moss and tells him he needs in area around stay was to be clear of please later that night the homes the sajjan some cash before leaving marsh reveals that campbell is returning to the city bombshell droped cut to kane wrapping upon a stone floor as now a major campbell walks towards a screaming prisoners being held by police in an dingy cell the prison governor's state the man has been made promises about being sped death. If he keeps his mouth shut he states he's working for campbell but the major refuses to acknowledge him and before leaving threatens the governor governor. Should anything be sent out to turn. He knows where he lives at the boxing club author his training. We're here that kitty was fighting was left in a very bad way. A shelby family meeting is called before thomas arrives joan stems and questions the logic of expanding to london he announces the shelby companies be making a hundred and fifty pounds a day day so why the need to change things. Thomas arrives in jones as may states that she has family in london and the place holds huge danger to gang warfare and brutal police force force in response. He tells ever on the ceylon as they stick together. They'll be fine but offers anyone who wants out the chance to walk but no one leaves later pauline in thomas talk. Thomas reveals that as its new market day the tommy's perfect show the hand in london as old bosses will bear the races explains that in the wool between the italian clean and jewish gangs. The jewish gangs need allies and can offer a foothold in the city. Thomas visits the prostitute lizzie stark she reveals. She's learning to tell also tells him just once. She wishes he wouldn't pay so they could feel like ordinary. People elsewhere paulie visits a medium seeking information on children who had taken years before. She's told her daughter ultra died and leaves distraught and screaming. A blacksmith is hammering as a whole shuna don't warehouse as he grabs a drink toma steps from the shadows and executes him later eight to thomas picks up author and john and then lee london as may talk to polly asking her if she too is against the london plans as informed polly that the medium she visited his a fruit paulie loses a temper grabs may in holden north to throat staging this she breathes would of the she'll cutter on toilet break. Thomas unveils the body of the blacksmith in the back the call the brothers grab shovels and berry in london the boys paint on welcome visit the eating club run by dobbs being impressed by the glamour and debauchery they quickly quickey make their presence known attracting attention from italian gang members having been recognized there has to leave.
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"Blac out the haters and the yeah put on the blinder's and and keep doing your dang good luck with the college hi my name is easy from dollars affair fare i make question john is what is your inspiration for releasing new aren't where fake you put out on your own like when you put out on your poem book i'm john the ghosts and everything like that but you've done over the years what inspires you to do that uh every now and again if it's just like a person the spray shouldn't like what makes you wanna release your own artwork and i make they've fee everything you guys have on sunday by thank you the biggest thing four creative's are creative minds i think the one thing that separates uh the creative's into two groups um is simply putting your workout out putting yourself out there being vulnerable and being open to criticism um once you release something whether it's a picture on your instagram for two followers or you know a painting in the moma for millions of people to come walk by um once you release that stuff out there you go you have to understand that it's not yours anymore technically it's four public opinion on you know so i think that that's the one thing that that's really difficult to get past so after being in this band after savino starting the spin with patten garreton um damn kind of being nino that catalysts that that helped me get over the uh the worry about how our people going to receive this in its cetera cetera once once that started it it kinda open my eyes to this idea of.
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"Yeah so you know and and i'll never forget the last line of the email it was you know the next time you reach out to somebody and say that you want to check again you really need to do just that and you know that for me was a really really powerful moment because i was this young hotshot basically trying to raise money and i wasn't thinking about others even though i had done it in the education space and neronha and in other areas so basically a you know a done in a i had i had acted in this in this way in education i was i was very empathetic but when i was in this position and i call this asking blinder's and everybody suffers from this and some capacity if there is something that you really really want all of your prior education kinda goes out the window so regardless of how good you are guards smoothie are if you get into a position where you really really want some bang there is a part of your brain that shuts down and we we stop thinking rationally and that was totally what happens and it taught me a lesson that you always take the time to understand what is going on with somebody else before you present to them whatever it is you could use help with or or supported you always take the time to find out what is going on in somebody else's life because it's so so easy to miss those those moments and they're really really important to relationship building yeah i hear this i i actually member a years ago i did at presentation for marriott.
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"Behaving in such a way to hurt someone like that or trying to reduce you right right in they're trying to control you yes and in a way they're controlling your you're doing something in reaction to them instead of doing something for yourself and carrying audit has been like whatever yeah and carrying on your own life and by the way being fabulous it's very hard i understand he when people are like trying to take well no i gotta tell you the blinder reckoning blinder's i was a sprinter i know you see it when you look at the shape of may i was a sprinter in high school who and i remember the best advice of my my track coach said was don't run your own best race don't if you start looking at them you'll go out of your lay rule would get disqualified and i think that a lot about life because there are times when they get the gig or get married or whatever and you're just like but i wanna i my path is my path are path is their path i mean that i just little you know i like i've started telling myself because as an actress there's no world in which i am not jealous like adjust that's just what i i've decided to do with my life which is ridiculous but in order to cope with it i have started telling myself there's enough room forever but there is the in there isn't there believe you don't even after the slaven of fake narrative yacht to tell yourself there is absolutely young for all of us it's true there's room at this table and when i say the table as the metaphor but yeah i mean absolutely there kevin our mutual friend told me once sending really funny but cheating that i think we should end on yes he was leg.
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"At converted many detractors just because they had blinder's are they had blind spots but they couldn't see because of their culture it's hard to imagine even the detractors and less they see you as competition i think that's a different category when you're competition it's much harder to convert you might get the job they wanted or you might get the motion they thought they should get so someone who sees himself competing with you i think is much more difficult but at the same time it doesn't change my leadership principle that in know what will be will be is kind of how i see it as long as you're doing the right thing for the right reason you can look yourself amir every morning and say you know i don't care if i get the promotion if i had to do something that i did gluten i think that's an important concept to realize into work with because we can focus on what we're doing wrong all day and it doesn't really help change the situation or make it any better especially if a detractor i would say in a lot of two situations detractors are doing this for themselves right has novels nothing to do with you it's a reflection of their mind said or their perceived insecurities or something like that if we sit there and worry about them we can sabotage our cells which is exactly what those people want us to do in the first his absolutely messier way of looking at life people and i have a different one in our focused on the things i can change things i could make a difference and also again the subordinates who see that behavior you want to discourage them from wanted to be that way.