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"ellen de" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:49 min | Last week

"ellen de" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Ellen de generous show kicks off its 19th and final season today guess this week include Jimmy Kimmel, Jennifer Aniston, Tiffany had Ish and Kim Kardashian. Tonight. Arizona. PBS will honor the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor with the premiere of the documentary Sandra Day O. Connor, the first O Connor, of course, grew up here in Arizona and was the first woman to serve on the U. S Supreme Court. Also tonight, corn and stained or bringing their tour to auction pavilion. Tickets for the concert are still available. Stacey Brooks came to our news. Hit 6 50. It's time for another update. Oh, boy and another crash detoured and here to tell you about from the Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic Center. Thank you, sir. It's on the 17 Another wreck there. We've had several there this morning. This most recent crash involving a motorcycle 17 South Bong near Rose Garden. Seven Center lanes blocked on this wreck. Wreck Number two still remains up ahead. Shop out. 17 near Bethany. Home Road Center Lanes blocked number two and number three. So you To move it way left her mate. Relief right to get around both of these scratches. Another wreck approaching the downtown West bound to to read Mount Freeway near 24th Street, HIV Lane blocked on this one, and we've got a crash down at Tut Hill Road south of Elliott as well. This traffic report brought to you by Red Mount Weight loss. It's time to get back to the real you with RM. Three from Red Mountain Weight loss lose up to £20 by this time next month, scheduled today at Red Mountain weight loss dot com. Featuring an HR news with an excessive heat warning Today, it's going to be sunny with a high of 109 clear tonight with a low of 82 then thankfully starting tomorrow we're going to move away from 1 10 17 tomorrow 106 on Wednesday may be below 100 for highs over the weekend. Your weather is brought to you. By Howard Air,.

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How To Increase and Maintain Your Breastmilk Supply

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01:56 min | 4 months ago

How To Increase and Maintain Your Breastmilk Supply

"Today i'm so excited because we have nurse q. Back in how's it going girl good good And i just love talking with nurse to you because she has so much information on this. She is a registered lactation consultant in addition to being an ellen de nurse. Who better to ask these questions to then someone who is working so closely with women in this way so i believe you have four kind of tips. We're gonna go over today of how we can kind of increase our milk supply. Yes so i so. There's different categories of lactation consultant. So i am a specialists. The highest isn't ib c. l. c. Which is an international breastfeeding lactation consultant. In any mom. Who is breastfeeding when you're at the hospital. Usually you're always seen by ib clc before you are discharged than women. They need extra help winner in the hospital and just kind gain those tips in different tricks inflows. And then when you're home you can do a lot of the same things right so you can make sure doing lots of skin to skin. That really helps increase that breast milk in your also just really knowing and learning your babies q. Letting them nurse on demand is important to make sure that your baby is latched properly. Because you want to make sure they're getting that affective milk intake and You know new another tip would be making sure that you have your eating. because breastfeeding moms actually need additional five hundred calories a day so you know you wanna make sure that you're staying hydrated getting a well nourished balanced diet so that you can maintain that supply to so those are all little different things you can. You can

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More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment

On the Media

11:01 min | 7 months ago

More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment

"The pandemic, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo transformed into a fully fledged TV star. Let's remember some basic context and fax society functions. Everything works. There's going to be food in the grocery stores. Propelled into the firmament by his daily Corona virus, free things that reassured an anxious, leaderless public hears Ellen de generous and Trevor. Noah. You call yourself a Cuomo sexual and I e. I agree with you. I feel like I'm a homosexual to it genuinely has been very inspiring and refreshing to see. A leader Like Cuomo, new fans declared their adoration in Tic tac videos, Means and song, the Great Randy Rainbow Stranded in my bedroom. Then there he give you an update as to where we are today. Mature me treatment of the governor, of course, extended to many news networks like CNN, where Chris Cuomo asked the tough questions Now you know, I've seen you referred to a little bit recently as the love governed. I'm wondering if that's bleeding into your demeanor. It all making you a little soft on the president. Love girl. I've always I've always been a soft guy. I am the love government. Cool, dude and loose mood. You know that. But in the past few weeks, Cuomo's TV persona has faltered. Report from the state attorney general and a court order found that the official count of deaths of nursing home residents due to the virus was nearly doubled The figure first reported by the Cuomo administration. Plus, as I write this three women have accused the governor of sexual harassment, some in awkward, geeky detail, including two former aides. Alex Preen Stuff writer. The New Republic recently wrote the article. The Andrew Cuomo Show has lost the plot. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much. I'm glad to be here. You know, two people who have closely read about the governor in the newspapers over the years as opposed to TV. This version of Cuomo, this bully in cynical operator isn't Knew How have the media changed the message? If you are a long time consumer of mainly print news about state politics, you had untiring chronology of Cuomo scandals even if you forgot some of the details. That didn't necessarily get a lot of play on TV news. Keeping up with Cuomo news over the last decade, has also required being familiar with reporters from The Albany Times Union or or newspapers and Rochester. You know these places where the Albany bureau is still really important and a big part of their beat. And a lot of that news, the complexity of it and specifically, the way it fit. A pattern of behavior with Cuomo was usually too difficult to get across, and especially in like a short television segment. I know a lot about this because I actually listened to the local radio station that produces the show. That's how come I know about the Moreland Commission. But you said this story never made it to prime time because it's too complicated. Absolutely, Yeah. All of the past. Few governors have gotten in trouble. Cuomo was running as the guy is going to come clean it up. And so he sets up a commission called Moreland Commission. He says they have the authority to investigate corruption and all of its forms here in Albany and they will be independent. I will not meddle. I will not interfere. He's shuts them down less than a year later because they start going after people too connected to him essentially and people who worked on the commission. They went to The New York Times, and they said Cuomo was meddling. He stopped us and we were getting too close to his allies, so that stuff was out there. But when the story made it toe TV news, it was stripped of the level of detail necessary to understand what had happened and why I like in this interview with Charlie rose months after it came out that Cuomo's office Had hobbled the aforementioned Moreland Commission governor Andrew Cuomo is reestablishing a family dynasty in New York politics, though he's had to get used to criticism. Of his leadership style. You micromanage. They say that delegate more right and you're not transparent. They say then. And they say you don't suffer fools and you know, Yeah. And you're not You push too hard. Yeah. You micromanage? Yes. All of that. You plead guilty or not guilty. You can't have one without the other. I plead guilty like not only was was Rose asking and easily Dodge question. He was almost ventriloquism. The answer's four Andrew Cuomo, right. It's like the old job interview joke. What's your biggest flaw? You know, I'm too hard on myself. You take issue with the defenders of Cuomo who say that Hey, His most important audience. New Yorkers always have known about the governor's bullying quality. That sharp operator with the even sharper elbows and all of that. And they like it third, this idea that he has cruise to reelection twice. They must know who this guy is and support him. And that's why I draw that distinction between corn on the TV character and new favorite Cuomo's, Because if we have listened to a few clips of him on television He's not berating anyone. He's joking around with his brother. He's performing empathy for victims of Covert 19 or Hurricane Sandy. Is Daddy complete with the dad each exactly. He's New York's dad now. It seems that Cuomo has been able to keep his TV persona and his newspapers persona separate. Why are they colliding? Now? For a few reasons, one important one is that people Do not want to go on the record attacking Andrew Cuomo because of the power he holds in the state, especially elected Democrats. What happened this time is that Ron Kim and Assembly member Received a bullying call from Andrew Cuomo for speaking to the New York Post about the nursing home situation. Kim had been at a briefing where a top Cuomo aide said Yeah, This looks bad that we reported the wrong number of people who had died in nursing homes. But you have to understand, like we need didn't want it to become a story basically, like they were like Trump Trump DOJ is gonna make a thing of it Trumps could make a thing about that's why we covered it up. So anyway, Ron Kim went to the post and gave it on the record quote to the post about that meeting. That was the subject of the call where Cuomo allegedly sat. According to Kim, I'll destroy you. In normal Albany affairs. What happens next is either Kim shuts up. Kim goes on background to The New York Post again because Cuomo as in other cases, finds an irregularity in Kim's background. And implies that that could be used against him. And what he would end up doing is at a press conference Bring up Ah, years old story about how Kim had flip flopped on Is Bill about nail salons, and he would outright say Kim was crooked right after Cuomo does that press conference. There's a story on CNN about how Cuomo had made this phone call to Kim the day before, and that's not the kind of thing that legislators and Albany usually do when they get Implicitly or explicitly threatened by Cuomo. They don't call CNN and go on the record and say the governor threatened me. I think that Cuomo got away with it for so long because no one wanted to put their name. To descriptions of his behavior. But Kim, he knows well, I have a story. Now I have a compelling narrative in which I'm the hero in the governor's The villain and TV likes stories like that. And he ends up on the view. Tell us what happened after he called you or when he called you? Yeah, it was last Thursday night. I was about to bait my three kids when I received the call from the governor. He spent 10 minutes threatening my career and ordering me to issue a statement. They will be used to cover for the states that you wrote quote. If a politician acts as if he believes his voters experience politics is a television show, the best way to harm him is to make yourself a compelling character.

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"ellen de" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

06:36 min | 10 months ago

"ellen de" Discussed on The WoMed

"Like terrified. And i'm sure your prayerity familiar with that whereas like we knew the team here like now like age them number. Look flu and i was. This is this is it. This is what they're talking about. Yeah yeah what's been a. What's been your craziest experience as an ellen de nurse and how do you interact with your nicotine. You guys have a good relationship. Oh yes i love nick you i incredible and especially when we have a complicated delivery and he has to be focused on the mom. It's so great there sometimes You know we don't expect it to be complicated for the baby as well. So that's when it gets kind of crazy. But love our nick you. I would interact with them every day. My crazy experience is i remember. I came onto schiff. It was just one of those days. I was like okay. I need a little more coffee to wake up. Gave me an orienteer- e she was so sweet. But you know it's like. I wasn't really in the mood at that point. You know what i mean. It's like okay. Like i love to train by was not meant there and so i walk into my room. Has that's my patient and she looks really uncomfortable. And then i was just going to look at our pads changer. And all of a sudden. I had coming out and then on the other. Oh my goodness. And i was like i see ears and i look at the orientation. I'll go get the doctors. Here are the very last room in down the hall. And i would always joke like listen for my screams very loud and ellen de when we talk yeah especially when things go down. Everyone's like shoulder. Get this though. Yeah she is. It's literally like me or the floor. So i ended up delivering her and the baby had a noukal in a body cord. And my gosh. This is one of those times. I was really glad that i went through some of the like advanced courses that we were able to take I don't know why it will be my mind. Oh peo ep. In stable. Because i can use the cord in you'll see a doctor's whenever they deliver. They stopped when the head comes out. They check the the cord if not they tried to deliver through and it was a titan nuclear cord having to do a somersault though i had to essentially like flip the baby towards following the way it comes out. I'm trying to imagine like will the baby and by the time the doctors came down. I mean i mean the baby was out. But yeah i felt so bad for my orientation because there's this crazy and then wow. I didn't even get to touch coffee that morning. I remember hope now. I just delivered a baby by myself. But he's like man. I stopped by starbucks and it was just sitting there but it was pretty cool because we have this book that we call the book of life and the providers document their deliveries in there. So i got to put my name in it so Yeah yeah really need. Nah i loved it. I mean now. I feel comfortable as they. You know about delivering a mamas those. We blue shoes by herself. there's just me and her experience though. I feel those things like. I always used to wonder when i was in the. Or rooms like with the nicotine and doubt would be there like snapping pictures with his phone. You know and i'm just like i wonder how many books i'm in at this. All my gosh right. I'll i know. I would imagine probably looked crazy if i wasn't any of them. I'm probably glaring above my mask like i probably am very intense focused. Oh like But yeah that was an you know how are pediatricians who come to the deliveries. Come with the nicotine so by circle in the. Or is the tendons would be like curse says. Why are you over there. i'm not with you. I'm in labor because they think it'd be. Sarah and i was like a knee. I'm circulating like wrong. Twin wrong plan. Who has been like we look them. Learn off so there. So i feel bad. They'll be so confused. I was like i'm not. I'm not with you please. Don't don't time yin the so funny so sarah year with european trix. I'm a pete's yes okay. Pick you or just pedes. Heeds teaching state. I shouldn't say just pizza is nothing just about being trick ono. That is okay same question. What's one of your like crazier experiences on your shift. Oh man i feel like every day is so crazy that i i just can't even pick wine. I think one of the weirdest things that we saw that maybe patients here for like two weeks is kids followed. Thirty two magnets and it was like all magnetized in her bowel. And like you know ripping through it and seven dollars awful. I think it just makes me very nervous for whatever i belong to. not like. Kids will anything in their mouth. Yeah laundry detergent pods like pills. Just the most random things that i would never think of. And i think the ingestion winds are just freaky and they're so different every time Yeah megan ed's keep the magnets away from the little humans. They will eat it that that is the best advice on this podcast. Yes no take away from the podcast. Bang minutes away from the little humans as especially those little ones. You can like say words or something on your fridge things. Yeah oh my gosh. Oh i'm just thinking about all of the just going in my head okay. We have perforations. We have gi bleeds. Yes odd all of.

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"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Do you know this is Ellen de Generous is the like executive producer of this show Surprise. So this is one of those things where it's like, Okay, They did the masked singer and that was like a runaway hit. And because we can't be creative anymore. It's like somebody was like, what else can we do? Masked Let's dance masked, and now we're getting this dying. Nobody cares about I have a show coming out this fall. Did you know about it? No. Tell me about it called the masked pooper. I mean, honestly, that's the direction we're going. Probably it's only a matter of time seriously, so the masked dancer will be the next I mean, you know, Hey, look, if you love dancing, and like you need a distraction from the world that I'm not here to shame anybody for trying tow, not look at the world as it really is for five minutes on occasion because it's always a healthy thing. But you know, in terms of what's going on Break through. I don't know that this would break through any more than the mass singer has or hasn't mean I do see that they get a lot of attention on social media. So maybe then I will say the masked singer like I appreciate that one because I know it is a nice distraction. You do start to wonder they give clues to who is under the mask you but you get to hear their singing voice, so that gives it the masked dancer is weird to me because I'll be able to see their body. Yes, right. Presumably and you kind of can't have kids. No, You can't see their body, but but they're using their body. Like just getting more information. I feel like then you'd get you're not seeing the mood. The mouth moves. Yeah. I also just I think it's so dumb. I can't. I can't. I don't have time for how dumb I think it is. And as a trained dancer can tell us no as a person who has eyeballs and watch it and like actually likes bad TV if I am not interested in it. Then we know that this is like the worst also is. I don't know I'm no, I'm going to say it. I'm going to say before we go to break this, like Ellen de generous identifying herself with the world of dance is like frustratingly obnoxious. Well, because it's like, because, well, I think part of it was she was a judge on so you think you can dance, which is a legitimate dance, like the dancers on that show are talented and well trained dancers. But her being a judge on it was like because she boogies in her her audience. Well, she was also a judge on American Idol. Right? And you're like, Why is this half same seam? It just was like just because she's Ellen de generous doesn't actually mean like She has a valuable insight like you know, what does that say about our culture? We don't like Ellen DeGeneres. No, it says we don't care if you're actually qualified, right? You just have to have a big enough personality. So true way vote when we come back on the cooling and Bradley, How are we gonna work that in Because There's a message here. America When we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show, we have a population ship that we have to talk about. Something happened. Something went down, something changed. And we don't know what to dio because it's different every day, but this is final. Just trust me. We'll be back after the sun might talk. One of seven left my talk 1071..

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"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This just makes my eyes roll a little bit all the way out of my head because The thing about Wolf. Also do you know this is Ellen de Generous is the like executive producer of this show Surprise. So this is one of those things where it's like, Okay, They did the masked singer and that was like a runaway hit. And because we can't be creative anymore. It's like somebody was like, what else can we do? Masked Let's dance masked, and now we're getting this dying. Nobody cares about I have a show coming out this fall. Did you know about it? No. Tell me about it called the masked pooper. I mean, honestly, that's the direction we're going. Probably it's only a matter of time seriously, so the masked dancer will be the next I mean, you know, Hey, look, if you love dancing, and like you need a distraction from the world that I'm not here to shame anybody for tryingto not look at the world as it really is for five minutes on occasion because it's always a healthy thing. But you know, in terms of what's going on Break through. I don't know that this would break through any more than the mass singer has or hasn't mean I do see that they get a lot of attention on social media. So maybe then I will say the masked singer like I appreciate that one because I know it is a nice distraction. You do certain a wonder they give clues to who's under the mask you but you get to hear their singing voice, so that gives it the masked dancer is weird to me because I'll be able to see their body. Yes, right. Presumably and you kind of can't you know you can see their body, but but they're using their body. Like just getting more information. I feel like then you'd get you're not seeing the mood. The mouth move. Yeah, I Yeah, I just I think it's so dumb. I can't. I can't. I don't have time for how dumb I think it is. A trained dancer can tell us no as a person who has eyeballs and watch it and like actually likes bad TV if I am not interested in it. Then we know that this is like the worst also is. I don't know I'm no, I'm going to say it. I'm going to say before we go to break this, like Ellen de generous identifying herself with the world of dance is like frustratingly obnoxious. Well, because it's like, because, well, I think part of it was she was a judge on so you think you can dance, which is a legitimate dance, like the dancers on that show are talented and well trained dancers. But her being a judge on it was like because she boogies in her her audience. Well, she was also a judge on American Idol. Right? And you're like, Why is this half same Same? It just was like just because she's Ellen de generous doesn't actually mean like She has a valuable insight like you know, what does that say about our culture? We don't like Ellen DeGeneres. No, it says we don't care if you're actually qualified, right? You just have to have a big enough personality. So true way vote when we come back on.

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Kristen Bell opens up about husband Dax Shepard's relapse: 'I'll continue to stand by him'

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Kristen Bell opens up about husband Dax Shepard's relapse: 'I'll continue to stand by him'

"Her her husband, husband, Dax, Dax, Shepard's Shepard's battle battle with with addiction. addiction. I I will will continue continue to to stand stand by by him him because because he's he's very, very, very very worth worth Kristen Kristen Bell Bell standing standing by by her her man man speaking speaking to to Ellen Ellen de de generous generous about husband Dax, Shepard's recent confession that he had been using opioids. You're both so honest and Dax was recently honest about that he strayed from sobriety. Yes. How's he doing now? Is actually doing really great Shepherd, announcing that he'd relapse in his sobriety on his podcast late last month, saying he started to abuse painkillers following recent injuries for the last eight weeks. I'm on them all day in my addict, E brain. I'm doing all the dishes, and I'm being a dad And it's feeling very manageable Shepherd who's been sober for 16 years, confessing to the frozen star. Everybody's up against their own demons. Sometimes it's anxiety and depression. Sometimes it's substance abuse. And the thing I love most about Dax is a that he was able to tell me. And tell us and say We need a different plan right? Like we have a plan. If he gets it, if he has to take medication for any reason I have to administer it, But he was like, so we need a stronger plan. Belle telling Ellen that the two are now in therapy. One of the main reasons I love him is that he's also addicted to growth. He's addicted, Tio evolving and he was like I Don't want to risk this family and I did. So let's put you know new things in place to make sure it doesn't happen again, and we're going back to therapy. And I just I love that He's addicted to growth. And Kristen Bell, we're calling Dex tell her that he needed to do some of the emotional work to figure out what made him want to use again. Maybe sees Jenny Norman a 28 right now and it ABC

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The Nineteenth Amendment Turns 100

Can We Talk?

05:32 min | 1 year ago

The Nineteenth Amendment Turns 100

"On this centennial of the nineteenth amendment. Celebrate the persistence of the suffragettes and also recognize that the generations long fight was marred by racism, classism and anti-semitism. In this episode of Can we talk will explore the role of African American and Jewish women in fighting for women's right to vote and the lessons we can learn from the history. Judith Rosenbaum talked with three historians and she's here now to share those interviews with us. Hi, Judith Honey. So who are we going to hear from? I? I, will hear from Ellen de Boys. She's professor emeritus at Ucla, and she's been researching and writing about the suffrage movement since the early nineteen seventies her newest book is suffrage women's long battle for the vote. And true to the title of her book, She talks a lot about how drawn out this fight was and the incredible tenacity of the women who fought for the right to vote I take a long time that it took the stubbornness and consistency of the leaders who refused to give up to use the quote that was used against Elizabeth Warren. Nevertheless they persisted. Several generations lived and died without winning the vote and still did not give up. So I would say democracy is frequently if not always imperilled must be regularly defended or it will be lost. Alas I would say our constitutional order which we think of as being like the sun in the morning in the moon at night may not be eternal and we must act for. And finally, that in our activism, you really have to take the long view and not be discouraged because we're GONNA lose a lot like, Allen I too have found both wisdom and warnings in the suffrage movement. After the two thousand sixteen election I turned to history since as a historian that's what I tend to do and I was really drawn to the stories of the suffragettes. They gave me some perspective and reminded me to take the long view. I was worried about the next four years while these people who worked tirelessly for decades and many of them died before seeing the fruits of their labor. I asked Ellen how they sustain the Movement for so long she reminded me that while women were fighting for the right to vote, they made plenty of other gains along the way. So we have education, we have professions women are. Their lawyers their writers artists. So much so that by the time selfridge calms, it's almost like. To put it in a good way. It's like the icing on the cake to put it in a bad way. It's so overdue of women are a quarter of the labor force hold visions of the American economy couldn't exist that working women. So let's leftist politics and the question is why keep women out of politics? The other thing I would say is it's important to remember that along the way there are suffrage achievements of the most important of which are that many of the states west of the Mississippi are granting women are women are winning their activism. Right to vote, they have full voting rights. They are voting for president, a women of Colorado vote for president in every election starting in eighteen nineties. I the time that this effort to change. Suffrage state-by-state slightly crosses the Mississippi and arrives at victory in most powerful state in the union. York in nineteen seventeen over four million women, vote. So they already have the vote. These are important victories but Ellen, and I also talked about the failures of the suffrage movement especially, the racism that emerged in the fight over the Fifteenth Amendment the Fifteenth Amendment granted African American men the right to vote in eighteen seventy right prior to that suffer and abolitionist worked closely together and rallied around the call for universal suffrage that is voting rights for all. But in the lead up to the Fifteenth Amendment when it became clear that the Republican Party would only support suffrage for black men the movement split. Some were willing to accept the compromise voting rights for African. American men but not for women and some were not and this created a really painful rift. That's when the famous. Between abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass, and suffrage leaders, Susan B., Anthony and Elizabeth cady stanton was shattered. Yes. Stanton and Anthony News that the opportunity an amendment wouldn't come around again for a long time. They were enraged that after decades of activism both against slavery and four women's rights, women were being told to wait and they and other white Selfridge's felt it was unfair that quote unquote on educated black men would get the vote before educated white women. Here's what Ellen says about Stanton's public response. Stanton's particularly. Speaks over a period of a couple months really drawing on a lot of racist rhetoric and it's very painful. She was in her sort of core elitist. And that had a racist element to it, but it also had anti immigrant element to it too. She thought as she used to say women like herself shouldn't have to wait to get the vote until the daughter of. Blacks in butchers she said got vote.

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Top producers leave "Ellen" following allegations

Colleen and Bradley

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Top producers leave "Ellen" following allegations

"Ellen de generous producers air out after misconduct allegations So now This goes back to a story you may remember. Some of our listeners may not know this because there's been a lot of other stuff going on in the world. But three senior producers at Ellen Had been accused of sexual harassment and a number of misconduct accusations and those three individuals who have those allegations against them. I have been well, the way they put it is that they've parted ways with the popular Daytime talk show that's like the fancy way of saying they got fired. Yes or well, you know, the thing is, I think when you reach a certain level of power and privilege Your you don't have to be fired. They just look at you and go on and you go and you probably walk away with some. You know, some fat stack? Yeah, they pull the rip cord on the golden parachutes. So let's see how that all plays out. I'm gonna work. Stain my judgment until I find out more. But what we do know is that executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Lehman, the show's had writer as well as a coed executive producer named Jonathan Norman. Those are the people that left now they okay, So here's the thing that you may have not remembered. Okay. These allegations totaled Or or I should say these accusations were made by a total Of 36 employees. Holy buckets. Yes. So thie accusations of sex, not nothing. That's not nothing. The accusations of sexual harassment misconduct against these three were made by 36 former employees to BUZZFEED news. Those accusations Came just two weeks. Two weeks after 11 current and former employees came forward to Buzzfeed, and you might remember this story. To complain about the toxic work environment and Ellen and that included things but not limited to racism, workplace intimidation and other quote mistreatment. So this is like just the tip of a much larger iceberg clearly, but this tip is a very important tip. And that's just the tip. These are three very key players in putting this. You know, behemoth. Of a show together. Yeah.

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"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It is Thursday and there's been some news going on involving Ellen de generous. Perhaps you've heard Oh, you don't say tell you heard? Well, just basically a continuation of the news that Ellen de generous had a very has A very toxic workplace. And Bradley Ah, the thing that sold me on talking about this during the show. Today was one sentence you said earlier to me, which was I was listening to an interesting podcast and I was like, put it in the show. Yeah, Let's do that. Yeah, well, that's exactly what happened. I listen to podcast yesterday and it brought I had this sort of conversation in my head as I was listening to the podcast about Ellen. How the The themes in the con the topic that they had on the podcast applied to Ellen because we've been talking so much about Not just that Ellen is a toxic person to work for allegedly. Actually, I I don't know that at this point, we can say alleged anymore because so many people have come on the record and said that right but also that it was just a toxic workplace. Um So I was having this sort of side conversation in my head in the podcast just really quickly is on the media. And it's a wonderful It's actually Holly gave me the recommendation for this podcast. Oh, good. It's it's from WNYC icy studios. They basically are talking about the media and a lot of times they talk about stuff from a different vantage point. That we can totally relate Grace. So, like anybody who's interested in pop culture, and just the media writ large would be, you know, fascinated by this particular episode dealt with Making the title is called making Sense of Cancel culture. Um, and that's been another conversation that's been sort of sitting out there, right. And I was like, So what To what extent is cancelled Culture and the Ellen story intersecting if at all, and you know you could make your own judgments. People can listen to the episode and hear what they think are here what they think. Think about what they hear and draw their own conclusions. But I did think it was fascinating, right? And it gave me a little bit of pause. Toe like Really define what Actually we're talking about when it comes to this Ellen story we're not just talking about, I think Colleen and feel free to correct You know me saying this if you disagree. But we're not saying that we take any glee and reporting these stories about Ellen because she's a bad person, or that Ellen is just needs to go away forever and never do the Ellen thing anymore. It's much more about the story itself. Well, it's to me. I'm sorry. It's about the fact that it's so antithetical to the for the public facing persona. The Ellen has created, which is one economy exactly, which is one of kindness. One of generosity one of compassion when you hear stories about her laughing as Her subordinates are yelled at and ridiculed by another superior. That tells a different story than the Ellen that we see on the television and that is interesting and also the people that she employees have been accused of doing some pretty heinous things which are completely to your point, antithetical to The notion that we have of Ellen and we're in the space. We talked a little bit about this yesterday. We're in the space now. With Ellen and celebrities in general, that we're not willing to sort of You know, except whatever they're feeding us, despite news accounts. Journalism to the contrary, right like we kind of want some authenticity. This particular moment is like screaming out in the world for authenticity and genuine. We just want to feel good about the things that make us feel good, and we're a little concerned that sometimes things might be a little too good to be true, And it's not to say that Ellen needs to go away. You know go. Bye bye in a car car. But this this episode of making centre of on the media about making sense of cancel culture really gives you a chance to sort of like, Think through what really is cancelled culture. What really? Does it mean toe have a disagreement or a conversation on social media anymore? And, you know, I think it totally is perfectly timed for the Ellen experience. We're going. Yeah, no kidding. I mean, it's and and so many other experiences, but applying it to the Ellen experience that is To me. I feel like just to take it one step further and go down sort of the rabbit hole of why we're so fascinated in general with pop culture in Hollywood gossip because we could ask that from time to time. It is. We do not have a shallow relationship with the stories that we tell Ellen Degenerate seems like a pretty low stakes place to kind of Map out your own moral opinion, so You know? I don't think that I think everybody had everybody has some relationship with Ellen de generous in the sense that everybody knows who she is right. We all know the product. She's pushing tow us. And when I say product, I don't mean like Clorox Bleach. I mean, Ellen de generous the product that is being presented to us. Is a product that is a kind, compassionate person, generous person and wants to inspire all of us to be that So what we're doing when we're watching this Ellen thing unfold is, I think, stepping back and taking like a moral inventory of where we each stand in that. That's why we're fascinated by pop culture. Now cancel culture is a knee jerk reaction to somebody doing something that you don't like to me. That sort of thing again. I look away. I if you do get a chance to listen this episode you should because that that is a part of the conversation. Which is to say that there is a legitimate need to sort of deconstruct like Like the culture. If we think of the me to movement, the culture is not willing in this or hadn't been willing in this moment. Let me back it up in terms of the me to movement. Institutions were not dealing with the problem. So the culture started to deal with the problem. So if people are going to be fired, people aren't going to be held accountable for their behavior. Like Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, all Because those people weren't being held accountable by institutions now, of course, because of me, too, and because of you know, the events have passed. Some of those institutions have finally started to deal with the issue, but But the conversation about cancel culture really is well. Institutions weren't dealing with the problem. So culture began to like, Okay, if you're not going to rectify the situation Well, then I'm going to need to withhold my Support financial fan, You know, right? Whatever it is for the individual or the the audience to say, Well, I can hold that person accountable by not consuming the thing that they're producing. And what's interesting is now with Ellen. We're sorted in the next stage of this storyline where we're seeing all of the celebrities hopping to her defence, right? Oh, yeah, Absolutely. And yesterday we just saw the latest person come out, you'll remember a couple of them are a little problematic. Reed. Keep an Ashton Kutcher for that right now, as matter but now add to that list. Jay Leno, which you know Jay Leno. I don't know that this was his moment. Can I just put it that way? Yeah. I mean, I mean, he got I was just going to say he tweeted his support of Ellen. So he's added his name to the list of people like Diane Keaton, Ashton Kutcher, but also Katy Perry. And it's um.

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"ellen de" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"ellen de" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"An at Ellen de generous. Oh, it's just not looking good for Alan, but also wondering, Is it just disgruntled employees who are having Their time in the sun, too. Just air their grievances. I don't know, because it's hard. I mean to air a grievance with someone in power when you're working with them. I mean, you're told you're supposed to do that and go to HR. But then sometimes your HR just tells all your business doesn't work that well, for anyone who could be difficult depending on how your did you no Hear what Jared and Katie had to say County came into this to H R Room HR office and said this about Jason and nothing. They do that, But I've heard of other companies. They're like our HR department. Is a joke. Yeah is like, just tell everybody you're stopping. They're not supposed to. It could be scary. It could be well, former Shou D. J, who was very popular on the show. Tony and I cannot say his last name. Okay, A boa. Oakland Boom BA san blow a very good to me. Jared deejay. More than 1600 episodes of the Ellen DeGeneres Show people in asking him because now she has twitch. I want Ellen now has twitch is hurt is the current deejay and dance? Okay. Did you fire this other dealer? Because twitches a streaming service to my twitch. Great. He's She also instagram. I know. Hey, guys, I hope you're all keeping safe out there. That's what he said. During these trying times, I've been getting calls asking me about the Ellen DeGeneres show and I would like to address the time I spent there. While I'm grateful for the opportunity it afforded me he now is on it. He went toe acting and left the show. OK, now is on like a Pretty big show. I did experience it fill the toxicity of the environment. I stand with my former colleagues in their quest to create a healthier and more inclusive workplace as a show moves forward. Oh, wow. Again could have been fired. But I think you said he left because he's an actor. Yeah, he's grateful for the guy Former gave him Let me just say this. Okay? There's somebody here. It went on to acting. Yes. That said toxic. Oh, that's true. You see? Well, they were toxic Well away. Yeah, like in the worst way. So, Yeah, that's true. I know. And I look I can see right now. Really? Any of us on the show? Got fired was in a weird way. We're sure we go from Gruntal. DH two disgruntled frontal, But I mean way this frontal, right? Disgruntled employees. I mean, I can see. Because Indian you pick out the only the bad you focus on the bad Every workplace has bad, absolute not hormone illegal things. But they have bad moments because you're dealing with humans every day. And you might not know every single bad moment. But I guarantee you people have it in the back of their mind. Yeah, like, oh, I'm going to say this. I'm not saying that I have a book deal. Ready to go for something should ever happen here. But maybe I do. Maybe I don't. You don't know You don't know that. You don't know my right in my eye. My biography right now. And if you think about it, that that person to referring to it that went on to TV, whatever. It's kind of a slap in the face to us, because if anything we helped Oh, that's not who I was thinking of. But yeah, toxic to who you think different person person that Did apart actually called us toxic didn't go on to acting, but actually, that's what you got over there For one day. I heard the word taxes. Well, her I know where the toxic so yeah, that person who Left on their own. Made it bigger courage to leave. Yep. Said Hey, you got to strike while the iron is hot, toxic. How do you know? Technically, we're Ellen. Right, And that's the deejay in a way, and I would that feel to you Don't you just don't know You don't know. And that's why this investigation's import on DH. No, I'm saying not Ram investigation heroes like we've named three different employees, and I'm pretty sure all three of them have said it. I don't know. Yeah, You know what else that in a way? Maybe this former D. J. D. J. Tony Yes. He went on to go into acting but for 16 seasons gained popularity on Alan and in a way, probably fueled his career or highlighted here And then now I don't. It feels a little bit like biting the hand that fed you so to speak a little bit. I'm saying that it's not a toxic work environment. I'm not if it bad things were happening, it deserves to be exposed. But you also did gain something from being on Ellen for 16 season. He did say that he is like a grateful for the platform that it gave your butt. But by the way, Yeah, I stand by my co workers, not a great environment and he was like like Ellen is on the show. Very fun. I think everyone he was like the light. He's super likable, Teo. You've been reaching out him safe. Nothing. Say something. Say something. I don't know. You seem like you're on something better. You should be grateful for it. But then if it's real, the sexual harassment stuff going on the like verbal abuse did go on. Not from Ellen, but from the staffers and I could see him say No, I'm with them. She was bad. And people and I have sorry, Kate, but I have seen people say, Well, why do you say anything when he worked there? Cause it's hard in reality. It's not easy to take over in a trailer to.

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"ellen de" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"ellen de" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Based on that we don't fly. We don't travel. We don't do anything. We just elected king. We can't elect him who gets to be a bit well, mama himself and we'll just allow it to happen. Come on. Both sides play this game. Enough is enough. Because you have a choice Male in your balance. I got no problem with. I don't know. I think we should be looking to make things better. We should be looking to get out there and do the right thing when it comes to our elections, and I'm not saying there isn't going to be issues because you know there's good. I will tell you Right now there's going to be issues on election night. They're going to be lawyering up across the board. Neither side is goingto whatever loses is going to take the loss as you know what this person beat me. There's going to be an excuse May there's going to be lawsuits. That stuff's gonna happen regardless of whether or not we're where we mail in our valets. We're all going somewhere. But it's coming. This year. The election Trump's not going to have a chance to delay it. Congress isn't going to delay it. And both sides are making up that excuse. What's that excuse? Like when I went. I was telling pretty sure Anthony's I hear the excuses already. I give it. You ever go play sports with somebody? You're going to go out with your buddy and you're going to go do something, And I say I'll raise here. I'll do this. That and the other and they're like, you know? Yeah, that school but but I worked out already this morning, but Didn't get enough sleep. But there what are they doing? They're giving you the excuse of why they're going to lose. Both sides are already in that. Situation. 323538 24 23 at Chad Benson shows your Twitter tweet at me and text the program. Love hearing from every one of you. The love and the hate. I'm good with both. I'm good with both. Ellen is getting pretty much only one side. She is a journalist. Elinda generous show is under new scrutiny, a source close to the production confirming to NBC News. Mortar media has launched an internal probe into the award winning daytime Siri's amid reports alleging a toxic work environment. The source also says the show's host, Ellen de generous is not part of the investigation, adding, It's not about her at all. So it's not.

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"ellen de" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"ellen de" Discussed on KOMO

"Slight chance of showers over the mountains, and that'll probably bring temperatures back down to more normal levels around here 61 degrees right now and see if Warner Media is investigating reports of racism and employee miss treatment on the Ellen de generous show executive producers told employees last week they would be interviewed by 1/3 party about their experiences. This is, according to Variety magazine. The investigation comes on the heels of a Buzzfeed article alleging racism on the set time Now for the co Moh consumer tip of the day. It's brought to you by a wrist, appoint employee benefit consultants arrest appoint improving the benefits experience for employees and employers. Here's her Weiss bomb. Sometimes you need to see the doctor in person many times. You don't for things like follow ups in med checks, a virtual visit via video chat or telephone, Maybe just fine. It's a way of making it easier for the patient. It's a way of making it efficient care for the duck. To carry out, so it seems to be a win win when used properly. Dr. John Schwartzberg is head of the editorial board at the UC Berkeley wellness letters. A lot of times patients don't need to come in to get advice or to get a perspective on what may be going on. So it saves the patient, the hassle of going to a doctor's office and, of course in the covert era. That's a big thing because it's not just a hassle. It's a concerned when you're going out, according to use a Today, medical groups and patient surveys suggest it for the most part Jewel visits are successful. In a recent survey of 30,000 patients who'd use telemedicine, 42% found it very effective and more than half 55% said it was safer than conventional medicine. More about this in the consumer section of Cuomo news dot com. Herb Weisbaum Co. Moh new Meet Ingrid.

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Ellen Parkin MS on Cannabis Testing, Trouble with Edibles, Working with Labs

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

08:00 min | 1 year ago

Ellen Parkin MS on Cannabis Testing, Trouble with Edibles, Working with Labs

"Everybody. This is Jason Wilson with the curious about canvas podcast. Thanks so much for tuning in once again Today I'm sitting down with a friend of mine and fellow Quality Nerd and Analytical Scientist Ellen. Parkyn Ellen thanks so much for being willing to sit down with me today yeah. I'm very excited about this. This is great. Yeah totally So for some of you. That might not know Ellen. Ellen's been working for the past. I don't know how many years now working in the canvas testing space like five years or four years or so four now yeah and We have somewhat similar experiences in the cannabis testing fields. In that. We've done a little bit of everything as far as we've been the the analytical technicians the analyst quality director we've done every every piece of it So we have a lot in common in that regard worn many Uma exactly Ellen de mind just to get US started here. Kinda describe a little bit about your background and Kind of how? You came to work in the canvas testing space specifically and then where some of your work is Kinda focused as of lately. Yeah of course I actually I started out In the beer industry I have my master's degree in doing science and I was seeing a lot of work on hot chemistry and Started working in the beer industry And just some life changes Hadn't he turned towards cannabis? I found myself working As a lab technician and a little startup laboratory here in Oregon and Ever since it's been a great Change in my career There's so much more opportunity for Research and Career Development and growth and the industry is just so fascinating until news that I think it's been really great Just as a part of my career I've we're kind of looking for what I wanted to do And as I worked my way up from being allowed tech And then doing more call you work and then into a bigger space of Laboratory director and Quality Assurance Officer. I kind of found my niche. I'm really enjoy doing. Also quality specialist where and Kind of helping people understand the regulations and helping people understand what is and what kind of computer people And so that's kind of been a really big part for me as well as trying to with the part of the community as well. The industry that I came from before that your industry had a lot of connections and a lot of Immunity ORIENTED EVENTS AND WITH CANVAS. That wasn't as prevalent and so with the nonprofit profit that I work with Cafe Canvas Association We do a lot of work to bring everybody together Both for like social events like we recently had Nfl where Several local breweries donated. Fear we got together there were trucks. It was super finds And then like next month. We're going to be having like an educational so I think that I think really been Been great for for the face. Yeah answer you doing Some Educational Work. Through that nonprofit. Yeah Yeah so We try to do at least one educational event year Just trying to get people are more interested in the aspect right now but I think as people who are not growers producers get involved in the kind of things They're gonNA want to know more about like. What is this plant? What do what are what is going to have to test for fifty nine pesticides? What are these things So in our attempts to you educational things We try to have like one event a year and Hugh It's Kinda like Ted talks to get different people me and we kinda talk about similar subjects And try to get people involved in that and Get people talking about it. Yeah that's cool trying to spark good conversations and drive The sort of consciousness industry a little further sounds great walkway. Yeah And in some and I know we're sort of taking attention from the camps testing stuff but I'm as an educator also really interested in this too In some of the educational work that you're doing now you said right now it's primarily a lot of industry folks that are involved so do they have was sort of questions are they kind of wanting answers to That you're kind of getting confronted with a lot of data about the regulatory face at Mike. What's allowed yeah? That's always like why do we have this regulation? Could we change it? And so yeah we're political aspects to it right now and I think With with him coming into play as much as it has in the past year I think a lot of people are going to be a lot more interested in Understanding US MINOR CANAVERAL. What we're seeing some and holiday interact with the body and how they can help people As well as You know a lot of people are still just really interested in like. How do I get into the industry and so I hear yeah? Yeah so We're taking with this. Next educational event were taking a deep dive and Talking about genetic. Wow Oh it should be really great. We're going to have a panel. We're GONNA have a couple of cool And actually one of the people that I'm most excited about. He's actually a lawyer here in town and she's GonNa talk about Intellectual Property and genetics. And how those interact but very cool. Yeah that's that's something that's been on my mind a lot lately especially with all the controversy around. Filo in all the different stuff that's been going on as a lot of people hit me with questions about that. That's just a realm of things. I just don't know much about as far as what you can patent which you can't what. The implications are for sharing genetics. All this sort of stuff and it's beyond me. Yeah this is GonNa be interesting to see how all of this plays out. Because I think people are going to try to patent for Internet exchange and then it's like how you as number one of state governing body kind of fat intake and then number like as the person who has that patent or a person who want those medic. How do you interact in that space without being like US remind? You can't have them And I think he's GonNa get a little wild. I think I don't know how to say but it's GONNA be Very different and especially with like how everything else with cannabis industry is Kinda come about. It's like it's a lot of trial and error of like right right. And if they don't then let's go back and figure out what's the next step so there's GonNa be a lot of that I just hope that you know people. Don't get hurt people on you know it's Kinda thing.

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Being a Minimalist Might Not Make You Happy

The Daily Boost

08:06 min | 1 year ago

Being a Minimalist Might Not Make You Happy

"Life gets in the way the very many decide that life begins when you move on. That's okay but we're still going to focus on standing up finding the initial catalyst to inspire you to stand up and motivated it step to move forward just a little bit every single day. What happens even if you get pushed back two steps and go for one. We're going to do that until we get real momentum we're GONNA repeat once we learned success and after we do. We're going to keep going until we get exactly what we want even if you don't know what that is right now and. I'm a big believer that a lot of people don't know that I I just hey by the way it's Scott Good. Yeah I just kind of believe right. I've just said this forever said you know people sit down and watch. Tv either. Eight books are really all excited about something. I know I'm going to do this. This is what I'm GonNa do here. I go and do it jump into it and like what was I thinking? It wasn't what you thought it would be along the way you kind of find something that really works for. There's always an element is all part of the journey. It's all part of the lesson right so I'm a big believer that we start moving we go forth. We try to find her way. Remember if you're going to be real successful and when I when I define success this is happiness or hanging out with your family. Whatever you wanted to be something that makes you content because I think content is happiness but the truth is we don't always know what we start out and sure as heck we learned if you're smart hanging out with anybody who's been on this planet for more than a couple of decades and they'll tell you. I don't know what I was doing back in my twenties and thirties start to figure out my forties. Maybe SORTA thought I had figured out. When I turned fifty I was even close. He just keeps on going. That's life and so all I know. Is this if you keep looking at the things that you really want to bring to this world into your world in the world of others around you and every single day you get up and and somehow shift your focus back to that look in the mirror and do like I do? Say Hey dummy. Get back on track if you do that every single day every now and then you'll fumble but you'll get back up and eventually you'll you'll end up at a place that really makes you thrilled and happy because the journey is what it was all about. The journey are those decisions you make every single day every single day around here ever since he began doing the daily boost. I have talked to so many folks and a lot of these folks are are dealing with other folks. They have employees they In companies their HR people. I guess from organizations. Just really all over the place and there is something I have heard over the years from these learning development professionals and that is it is very very hard to get employees to use a learning tool consistently. It's always an uphill battle. But then they mentioned linked in learning. It's different why because their employees actually use Lincoln Learning Ellen de Professionals. That's what we call learning and development professionals At seventy eight percent of the fortune one hundred companies use linked in learning and they do so because Lincoln learning teaches skills. People can use right away. Lincoln learning knows what employees need and they and they know because it's based on the insights only available from the Lincoln community. Think about the power of that for just a second. It uses these insights to understand which skills are most in demand and they published sixty new courses every single week. It's so powerful then leaked learning makes personalized recommendations to every employee. You should check it out. Visit linked in learning dot com slash boost and sign up for demo. Today one more times he don't forget because I know you're busy. Lincoln learning dot com slash boost and sign up for today? I WanNa talk about something today that I've always believed in heaven always lived and got confused along the way no surprise there right. You're in confused. I know I'm supposed to be a smarty pants. Nossa I know a lot. I'm smarty pants and my mom. Pretty good smarty pants actually. But I've heard learn everything the hard way and I had to figure stuff out along. The way didn't make a lot of sense to me. Nobody gave me a book. Did anybody gives you a book when you were born. We earn elementary school middle school or high school or College. Anybody gives you a real book. That said this is how you doing. He said no they give you another book. Said this stuff learnt union. The book of how really works. 'cause you got out in the real world and you figured out wait a second. Nobody should be this. That's what life is four but I always believed something. I've always believed that less is more less is more. I've always believed that a less complicated life is a good life. I think you might believe that to nothing. Groundbreaking here at all. I just kind of noticed like less is more no hanging out at the beach on a Sunday afternoon. Not much going on right unless it's a busy traffic day or something but go right but sometimes he liked the exciting complicated. The paradox being human. Let us more. But if if if that's the case you just think that in this day of tiny homes and minimalist attitudes that everybody would be happy as a clam. I've a lot of people a lot of friends in my life. Who got rid of all their stuff and minimalism? So minimalized minute minimize himself their stuff living a simple life a one bedroom efficiency or one bedroom apartment someplace. I'm just I don't have but stuff anymore. Happy for a little bit. And they don't seem fulfil though kind of a pretend fulfill the same kind of some of the stuff they had before now they don't have the stuff in the fields like eventually and I've watched over time and this is just just years of experience going to you. Got Rid of all your stuff because it wouldn't make any happy. He didn't have any stuff and you weren't really happy so you started getting more stuff. Sometimes they collect wives and husbands as more stuff as well see they got rid of the first ones to have access to hold another podcast. Saw The years. I've learned something. I have learned that happiness that elusive thing that we're all I believe here to find in our life can be hidden it is hidden and I know where it is. It is somewhere within the stuff that makes you happy. Wait a second. That's groundbreaking stuff. We could say that to me is slower because that's pretty technical high end thinking right there. The happy you're looking for is hidden somewhere in the stuff that makes up. You're crazy life and when to get rid of that stuff haphazardly. Because you watch documentary on Netflix aboard. That can be favorite next time. You do a documentary on on being a minimalist make it more complicated because it's boring the dramas more exciting saying okay. I'm sorry I love track there a little bit but you know what I'm talking about when you get rid of your stuff you get rid of something a piece of you that makes you happy. Just a piece. You got it for a reason right when I say stuff. I'm talking about stuff in your garage stuff in your driveway. This stuff in your home the stuff in your relationships and stuff at the office. I'm talking about all the stuff every little bit of stuff. You GotTa four reason. Something made you happy when you got it right then you brought it into your life. Hey you WANNA hang out with my friends. Shore boom man. Those people really stink. Oh after about a year how that happened. I'm just saying the happiness you're looking for is definitely hidden in the stuff that you have brought in your life. You just got a lot of stuff that you can't quite figure out because you have paid attention to yet but when you get rid of some of that stuff if you're not careful you lose yourself. Is it possible? Just follow me here and just go with it. Because I don't think anybody else will bring this up to you but I will. Is it possible that the things you love to complain the most about make happiest now there are some people out there? You know who you are. You know who you are. You're that kind of person that everybody knows who you're you're like. I don't even WanNa get near you. You're just GONNA man. I know but there are other regular people out there who got a lot of complexity in your life and you actually pretty happy. Just have maybe too much of it. So I'm a simple rule of thumb that you may or may not WanNa follow. You certainly don't have to follow and this is I think is pure personal growth and as I can possibly get. It's pure just simplicity. It's pure sophistication. It's just the way I think propagate make a lot of money thinking this way but get help that if there is something in your life that is making you happy keep it when it stops making happy. Drop it if in doubt. Don't worry about it you'll

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Super Bowl Ads: Buy a beer for ... a tiny organic farm?

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Super Bowl Ads: Buy a beer for ... a tiny organic farm?

"From Amazon to whether tech and everything in between the Super Bowl commercials offered something for almost everyone to cheer for jeep took advantage of groundhog day and got bill Merion some from the iconic movie back together only this time he wakes up every day excited to drive what else a brand new jeep cuts different brings paksa tawny Phil along for the ride other ads that had people talking Google's will read it show me photos of me in Loretta Amazon Ellen de generous people did before Alexis mountain dew with Bryan Cranston here's mountain dew is zero and rocket mortgage with Jason Momoa rocket mortgage understands at home where I can be myself I'm Julie Walker

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"ellen de" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"ellen de" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In the effort to battle the hundreds of wildfires in the country ABC's Maggie really says a little rain brought some relief but it's not enough the temperatures are increasing expected to get well over a hundred degrees so people there are exhausted only talk to shop on or some of them I've always been your tears telling us about just they can't keep living through this danger at the fire season still has a couple months left more than two dozen people have been killed in the fires at least three of them were volunteers Ellen de generous is backing a go fund me campaign to raise money for Australia she says the money will help both the people and the hundreds of millions of animals affected by months of brush fires here's a though I got to see incredible Australia is in person we took our show there and I fell in love with the country and the people and right now Australia needs our help the campaign's goal is five million dollars in the past three days people have donated more than one point two million another big donation for the fire relief came today from the group earth alliance co chaired by Leonardo di Caprio the group is donating three million dollars to firefighting efforts crash and know how on the one seventy on the southbound side in Oxnard St actually have the offramp taken away and it's motorcycle involved here definitely backing up your drive on the southbound side of the one seventy if you get through the valley Glen area from well before victory Boulevard in an unrelated sewing will stick around I had for you further south on on the one seventy continuing on to the one on one south that will be a heavy drive for you to make way for highland random stretch of relief for you tell you get the Santa Monica Boulevard then it'll be have you drive for you had to downtown LA as you make your way along the one on one north on side of a one on one so going for you off the ten stamina Dino freeway heading north bound if you make way toward about Hollywood Boulevard patch of your drive and for the North on on the one oh one actually decent all the way toward Calabasas cell phones on the one on one going to be a busy one for you getting out of Tarzana for before Tampa Avenue as you make way for the one thirty four K. find this guy helps get there faster I'm a polio kini traffic it's been brought to you by the clear choice dental implants center traffic center there is a better way brought to you by the cunning gentle implants center use any we can forecast next when it comes to retirement people often wondered do I have enough.

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"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is a Mike talk update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment tell me something good thanks to the success of the math singer new show called the master dancer is now in the works screen produced by Ellen de generous who's been doing this a bit on her shelf I bet it's going to be good I think it will be totally fine yeah at first I'm like safety wise is this good I don't want anyone to fall off the stage I've almost done that before in musicals and I'm like well this really closely at get a dog the bounty hunter you know his wife passed away about six months ago his wife Beth ends he might have a new girlfriend his daughter Liza she is not cool with her she tweeted yesterday I was reading all about this is that she's like what would you do if a woman tried to date your brother and now it's stating your father and moved all of your mom's clothes out of her closet and moved hers in six months after she passed away that's very common oh my god very common awhile I mean six but the thing that got me is the brother mother and now is dating my wow yeah it's common it's interesting okay **** do that in that Indiana Jones movie Sean Connery I think from a long line of step people in my family so just saying yeah I've been there I don't really yeah my my cousin Bethany she actually is married to a man who is a widower and it was really hard for her because the kids just don't like her at all wait always different yeah very different because their dad yeah so you just can't get that back yeah other relationships are always very tricky for sure okay let's see here Henry Winkler isn't a big fan of Tom Hey this is kind of an interesting story yeah it is because thirty years ago we got fired as the director of the movie Turner and hooch because they didn't gel he once said quote I got along better with huge than I did with Turner yeah it's true he didn't like him he didn't think he was doing a good job and Henry Winkler found himself on the wrong side of that deal home my gosh yes and that's the latest here you can find more on or after my talk with a seven one dot com yeah good update dates at the top of every hour plus get extended.

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"ellen de" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"ellen de" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Golden globe awards specifically Kate McKinnon moving tribute to Ellen de generous and later in the show cleaning out your home in the new year can be a daunting task what he what he had tossed the clattering expert Peter Walsh joins us to talk about his book let it go downsizing your way to a richer half your life will take your call we'll get to all of it I'm Alison Stewart and I'll meet you on the other side of the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm sure Stevens the Pentagon says US troops are not leaving a rock that are being moved out of harm's way that word comes after rocky lawmakers voted to expel American forces in response to the killing of an a running in general in Baghdad as NPR some Bowman reports the military is clarifying the matter after a confusing message from the US commander in Iraq began circulating on social media defense secretary mark as per says the US has made no decision about withdrawing troops from Iraq what's going on right now is a repositioning of forces US forces within a rack directly within Baghdad in to provide more security for them defense secretary as for also noted that the Iraqi parliament vote the call for US troops to leave Iraq was a non binding vote other Pentagon officials say it's uncertain whether the Iraqi people or the Iraqi government actually want US troops to leave NPR's Tom Bowman reporting dozens of Canadians and Americans of a running into sent say they can stop and interrogated at a U. S. border crossing in British Columbia as Dan carbon Chuck reports most say they were detained after attending a pop concert in Vancouver the council on American Islamic relations says more than sixty Iranian nationals in American citizens were detained at the peace arch border crossing in BC many of those questioned were Iranian Canadians one says he was held at the border for eight hours Washington state immigration lawyer Lynn Saunders says at least two of his clients were held for hours in question about their family ties in Iran and when they last travel there Saunders says it was a dragnet search of anyone who was born in Iran Islamic leaders say some people also have their passports confiscated and were questioned about their political views Saunders says he's not heard of issues at any other Canada US border crossing during the weekend for NPR news I'm Dan carbon Chuck in Toronto former national security adviser John Bolton now says he is willing to testify at the Senate impeachment trial of president trump details from NPR's more alliances Fulton was the highest ranking White House official who according to the testimony of his aides pushed back against president trump's plan to withhold military aid to Ukraine in exchange for an investigation into Joe Biden Fulton had been asked to testify in the house but city only do that if the house issued a subpoena and the subpoena was upheld in court the house never issued boldness subpoena now he's had a change of heart in a statement Bolton says he will testify if subpoenaed without a court challenge whether he'll be asked by the Senate to discuss his involvement in the events surrounding the Ukrainian aid freeze is unclear although Senate Democrats have demanded the witnesses lie I will be called Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has not agreed to any witnesses Mar alliance an NPR news Washington on Asian market shares are higher following gains on Wall Street you're listening to NPR news Los Angeles prosecutors charge Harvey Weinstein was sexually assaulting two women in twenty thirteen Monday as his rape trial got under way in New York more than eighty women and all of the Q. sixty seven year old wine sting of sexual misconduct Mexico says the number of people who disappeared during the country's war on drugs is much higher than previously reported is NPR's Carrie Kahn reports the government put the number missing it more than sixty thousand that figure is much higher than the forty thousand number of disappeared reported back in two thousand eighteen the head of Mexico's national search commission says the higher figure is the result of an exhaustive revision of data by state prosecutors throughout the country some of the cases date as far back as the nineteen sixties but the vast majority of the disappearances of occurred since two thousand six when the government began its crackdown on drug traffickers under then president Felipe Calderon forced disappearances have continued into the first year of the new president and dressed men while Lopez Obrador more than five thousand people were reported disappeared in two thousand nineteen Lopez Obrador's under intense criticism for security strategy that has not stem the record violence and homicide rates Carrie Kahn in their news Mexico City French president Emmanuel macron says he's hoping for speedy compromise in talks with unions opposing his plans to overhaul the nation's retirement system on going strikes began in early December the Nekron unveiled his plan to unify various pension plans and raise the legal retirement age for public employees from sixty two to.

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"ellen de" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"ellen de" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tribute to Ellen de generous and later in the show cleaning out your home in the new year can be a daunting task what he what he had tossed the clattering expert Peter Walsh joins us to talk about his book let it go downsizing your way to a richer half your life and we'll take your calls we'll get to all of it I'm Alison Stewart and I'll meet you on the other side of the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying congressional Democrats and Republicans remain at a stand off over the structure of president trump's trial in the U. S. Senate he was impeached by the house for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress and peers winter Johnston reports lawmakers return from their holiday recess this week and are expected to resume negotiations Democrats want to question top trump administration officials including former national security adviser John Bolton who has agreed to testify if subpoenaed Tim Naftali a professor of public service at N. Y. U.'s says such testimony could shed further light on trump's dealings with Ukraine the public should know more about the president's role and what was in the president's mind the witnesses could help do that I'm not sure that that that'll happen nor my convinced that all these witnesses would really cooperate Republican leaders have pushed back on calling witnesses to testify but say they haven't ruled it out Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington tens of thousands of people filled the streets of Tehran today to follow a procession for the body of a run in general Qassem Soleimani he was killed last week by U. S. drone strike in the rock among the generals religious was that you run supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei from the crown and peers Mary Louise Kelley has more starting before dawn streets leading to Tehran university were closed from across the city okay mourners the women dressed in traditional head to toe black funeral garb many wept openly as harmony prayed over the body and is the casket then made its way out the main gates of the university through revolution square the funeral procession has been moving city to city across Iraq and now Iran Iran's leaders are promising retaliation for civil money staff president Hassan Rouhani has said quote the great nation of Iran will take revenge for this heinous crime Mary Louise Kelley NPR news Tehran in Kenya authorities say they have arrested three terror suspects who they believe attempted to storm a British Army training camp the foiled plot took place the same day I'll sure Bob extremists reportedly ambushed a military base in another part of Kenya killing three US military personnel it's still unclear if the two attacks are connected however they occurred within days of the U. S. announcing plans to increase security at its bases following threats from Iran the investigation continues into yesterday's deadly chain reaction collision on the Pennsylvania Turnpike which took place near Pittsburgh five people were killed at roughly sixty people were injured the Associated Press reports that a nine year old girl was among the dead the collision involved a tour bus a passenger vehicle and three tractor trailers the national transportation safety board is taking part in the investigation the Dow Jones industrial average is down nearly fifty points since the open a twenty eight thousand five hundred eighty seven this is NPR news this is W. NYC in New York I'm should be the bass zero Harvey Weinstein is in court today as his lawyers handle last minute preparations ahead of his trial on rape and sexual assault charges a group of women who say they were abused by him rallied outside the courthouse this morning Sarah and Massey was one of them the world is watching this trial shows that abusers will be held accountable despite their attempts to keep the abuse behind closed.

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"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"ellen de" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Wife was a young American with hemophilia who contracted aids then a little understood disease made white a pariah Elton John defended him and his family but he died being there in Indianapolis on coming back to the hotel complaining about the bold type of the decor in the room and thinking you are the most ungrateful little **** you complain about everything display has never complained about contracting HIV and aids from a blood transfusion he's never complained he's only coverage people to get to you piece and that's what I felt so good he save your life I think he did and is that something and so you know what happened arm as part of this we're getting a lot of headlines out of this story because he's been on so many different shows yeah but he was also defending Ellen de generous I'm for her relationship with former president George W. bush and he admired her for very eloquently standing up by your friendship with bush despite their political differences and he went on to say that you know unfortunately I'm not going there he said George Bush has made a lot of mistakes I made a lot of mistakes Ellen DeGeneres has made a lot of mistakes yes there were bad decisions that he made but that was made by democratic they also be made by democratic and Republican presidents for years I admire Alan for standing up and saying what she did and then he went on to praise George Bush for launching the president's emergency plan for aids relief by United States governmental initiative that sense its creation in two thousand and three has saved over seventeen million lives providing more than eighty billion in funding for HIV aids treatment prevention and research something everyone forgets about so I thought good for him to be the state they came after all rediculous yeah I don't understand we should all you know we all have different opinions of stuff but it doesn't mean we aren't all human means you know I that drove me crazy but here is that he's going to talk about because he founded his aids foundation you know very early on months.

Mark Ruffalo slams Ellen DeGeneres’s support of George W. Bush: 'We can’t even begin to talk about kindness'

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Mark Ruffalo slams Ellen DeGeneres’s support of George W. Bush: 'We can’t even begin to talk about kindness'

"Actor mark Ruffalo weighing in on the controversy involving former president George W. bush and Ellen de generous more now from reporter mark may feel on Tuesday Reese Witherspoon and Kristen bell were slammed on social media for showing support for the generous who said that she and bush were friends just with a different beliefs the talk show host was responding to critics of her sitting and laughing with the former president and Dallas Cowboys game when I say be kind to one another I don't mean only the people that think the same way that you do I mean be kind to everyone too generous at Ruffalo tweeted on Wednesday to offer his two cents on the matter saying we can't even begin to talk about kindness until bush is brought to justice for the crimes of the Iraq war the actor best known as the incredible hulk in the Avengers movies they link to a Vanity Fair article that broke down some of the reasoning behind the outrage that was directed at too generous for her friendly relationship with the former

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Ellen DeGeneres defends sitting next to George W. Bush at game: 'Be kind to one another'

AM Tampa Bay

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Ellen DeGeneres defends sitting next to George W. Bush at game: 'Be kind to one another'

"Dallas Cowboys Green Bay game on Sunday they showed it the couple of familiar faces there sitting together in a crowd that was former president George W. bush and daytime TV talk show host Ellen de generous and they called it the conservative Republican president and the gay Hollywood liberal that's the way she described a pair may seem like opposites but they're having a great time together and chatting and laughing when the TV cameras caught him and for many it was welcome sight in today's polarized political environment but there were others who attacked them liberals who turned on their comrade Ellen and the attacks were so pervasive that Ellen felt the need to put out a video explaining it on Monday a day before the clip would come out on TV and in the clip the host said that just because I don't agree with someone on everything doesn't mean I'm not going to be friends with them when I say be kind to one another I don't mean only the people who think the same way you do I mean be kind to everyone it doesn't matter and liberals are still attacking her for being friendly with someone that they hate man that is just ridiculous I'm tied Meyer is Ellen the generous for her take on this and for fighting

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Ashton Kutcher Deleted a 'Snarky' Tweet After Demi Moore Said He Cheated

Jason and Alexis

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Ashton Kutcher Deleted a 'Snarky' Tweet After Demi Moore Said He Cheated

"Okay we've been talking so much about demi Moore's book right yeah called inside out it is out this week it reveals all sorts of things about her life and everybody's been kind of wondering where does Ashton Kutcher stand on all of this because in the book Ashton Kutcher and demi Moore's relationship is definitely talked about of course is a big part of her life and they were married from two thousand five to twenty thirteen she claims in her tell all book they had two three sons accused him of cheating twice wondering about the cheating right mean yeah photos of it she also revealed that she miscarried their baby girl at six months leading to increased to substance abuse and she told Ellen de generous that yes he did warn Ashton Kutcher about the book's content before it came out and she said I tried to keep the perspective on my story and she's really blamed a lot of her own insecurities for the breakdown of their relationship and she admitted she had an addiction to Ashton Kutcher so where does Ashton Kutcher stand on this right right here he has tweeted something out he tweeted I was about to push the button on a really snarky tweet then I saw my son and daughter and wife and I deleted at and then a heart and then he wrote for truth tax me and a phone number and then text him you are welcome to his community this is like the new thing with celebrities he talks to them and then you will get regular tax from them promoting whatever they're all it's like anything. I don't know I don't want a lot I accidentally signed up for text messages from C. B. two to get fifteen percent off on some drawer pulls and I've been paying the price

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#41 - How To Make Learning More Effective

Leadership Biz Café

10:38 min | 2 years ago

#41 - How To Make Learning More Effective

"So Aaron shared with me how he took one hundred of their top. GM's for a two day Leadership Development Summit that address topics topics and issues that were of interest to his team. They also have several Ellen de portals where they offered articles videos podcasts which Aaron told me also includes this one to supplement the training session the challenges having now though is how to make sure these new insights are applied and not lost when in these leaders returned to the hectic pace of their everyday work and more importantly. How can you keep them engaged in wanting to learn even more when Aaron aren't asked me this question. I asked if I could share his story because it's a question I've been asked many times over the years when giving keynotes corporate trainings in fact it's one of the reasons one of my leadership keynotes deals with how leaders can shift from simply training employees to creating a continuous learning environment in their workplace so I know there's as many of you out there who are also dealing with this issue as well so what I'd like to do is share with you. Some simple steps that you can take right now that will help make the new the skills and insights. You learn stick to start off. Let me give you a little context to help frame these steps in their book made to stick chip and Dan Heath present. This idea that a sticky idea is something that's understood. It's remembered and it changes something now while their book was about how how to make what you communicate stick with your audience. I think we can all agree that when we learn new skills or insights we wanted to be something that's understood that that we remember it and that it ends up changing the way we work continuing with chip and Dan's book they describe how they are six principles behind what makes an idea sticky eighty and these six principles are simplicity unexpectedness concreteness credibility emotions and stories now while they say you don't necessarily need all six principals to make your message stick. I want to offer you three steps. You can take that will employ the six principles again if we go back to the problem. Erin shared one which other leaders have also asked me about the challenge we face when it comes comes to training or going to a conference to learn new insights to improve the way we lead is why were there we could see the value of these approaches but but soon after we returned to our workplaces these new insights often fade away as we return to the routines of our day to day work lies so the first step you need take is one that. I often get my audiences to do at the end of my talks and that is to identify one simple change. You'll make based on what what you've just learned now. This one thing you choose has to contain two characteristics. I it has to be something. You can start doing now. With these this and second it has to be something that's personally meaningful. The reason stems from the work of two different researchers Stafford behavioral scientists scientists. BJ Fog who found that the key to changing behavior is taking small steps and Harvard Professor Teresa Mobley who was the second guest to appear on on this podcast who found in her research that making progress on personally meaningful goals leads to enduring success and happiness on the job in other words. You want to focus on applying a new behavior or skill. You've learned on something that matters to you you so that this becomes something that you don't have to do but it's something you want to do and this that lines up with the sticky principle support of simplicity as we're focusing on one specific thing that we can do right now that will improve our work in personally meaningful fashion this also ties into the emotion principle because as chip and Dan right this sticky principle is driven by answering the question of what's in it for me me which you've already answered by this exercise of picking that one simple change you want to make thanks to what you've learned so now that you have this one simple behavior or skill in mine the obvious question becomes. How do you make sure you apply it every day. Well that's the next step and for for this. We're going to use the example of very successful person and one of my favorite comedians Jerry Seinfeld well. Let's start the insanity now. It doesn't matter whether you like it or not as this has nothing to do with his sense of humor but more to do with what he's identified as being the key to his success comedian Brad Isaac Isic once as Seinfeld for tips on what he could do to improve his success at comedy and Seinfeld told him that what he needed to do was to commit to writing every everyday because writing jokes every day would help him hone his craft. Now what's the Real Jim in the story is what Seinfeld told Isaac as being how he pushes himself to write every day especially when he doesn't want to basically what Seinfeld does is. He gets a wall calendar that shows every every day of the year and every day that he writes he puts a red X. in the box for that day once he's done that for a couple of days he's created a chain of XS on this calendar and as Seinfeld told Isaac you like seeing that chain especially when you get a few weeks under your belt. Your only job is to not break the chain now the reason why this is a great strategy for anyone to us is because it embraces braces something that I'm sure you've all heard and read about gamification as Seinfeld says himself he transformed the task of writing into would game where his only job is to not break the chain now. You don't need to get a three hundred sixty five day wall counter for your office us but what you need to do is get a notebook that you use a journal to just write a quick note of what you did to practice this new behavior or skill the reason why is because you need to be able to visually see this chain growing which is critical for this to work because this allows allows you to shift from focusing on how well you apply this new behavior or skill on a given day to the process of applying it regularly elite and consistently towards making it a habit going back to the principles of making things stick you can see that this step ties into the principle of of concrete nece as you can see visually for yourself how you've applied this new behavior or skill on a given day and also links to the principle of credibility because as you re back how you apply this new behavior or skill and not qualifying how good are bad you were at it you can. I can see how this new behavior or skill can be used successfully everyday and hopefully also noticing some positive benefits growing along on with and this leads to my last step that will help make those new behaviors and skills you've learned stick and this one revolves around one of the points. I share my keynote talk on how the shift from training people to continuously improving talent and that is you need to treat learning as shared experience now to help illustrate rate the value of this step. I WANNA share a story about one of the leaders. I wrote about in my book Leadership Vertigo. Billy Taylor was the plant manager for the Goodyear Vale Plant. When he joined the plant? It was one of the most poorly performing appliances goodyear and was at risk of being closed within two. Oh Years Taylor transformed it into one of the top performing manufacturing plants a good year and was promoted to an executive role at goodyear while there are many things Taylor did to achieve this outcome. There's one I wanNA share in the context of making our learning stick and that is how he put up information boards throughout the plant that identified which manufacturing team was working on a given product line and the level of output. They were creating now the reason he did this was was not simply to hold the different production teams accountable for their productivity but so that's different teams could learn from one another about what they were doing to improve their performance performance. In fact Taylor facilitated this cross learning between teams by putting up other boards throughout the plant that showcase projects is employs initiated improve the plants productivity and cost effectiveness as a result of the lessons. They learned from one another working on the plant floor. Now remember remember that the first step I told you about was to pick that one behavior or skill that you've learned that you WanNa make stick because you not only know no you can make this a part of your leadership tool kit but also because you know it's going to have a meaningful impact on how you perform your job well well. The wonderful thing of identifying this at the start of this process is that it allows you to not only attain some early wins but you also now have something something of value to share with other leaders in your organization in terms of how they can apply this behavior or skill to improve their leadership and conversely when when they share with you how they apply other behaviors and skills to the way they lead you gain better insights on how you yourself can apply these other behaviors and skills to continue learning and growing the key point. I want you to take note of is that learning can't exist in a vacuum or silo but as I pointed out in the first step it needs to be connected both to why you do what you do and how you go about getting things done in your everyday the day work and again going back to chip and Dan's principles of stickiness we can see how this step clearly ties into that principle of stories in how we're sharing sharing our stories our experiences with learning to improve ourselves but it also ties into the principle of unexpectedness because in en- sharing your lessons learned you stand to gain both new insights into how to build on what you're currently doing as well as where you can start next in that process of applying applying what you've learned

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"ellen de" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"ellen de" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Ellen de weekend show is ninety seven point one harsh and just the strong and this when the the chain check ninety seven point one wash FM it's the only K. weekend show it is time to play the L. N. K. Q. NA our question.

"ellen de" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ellen de" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Couple of people in the news today, Ellen de generous has been a report has been everywhere about her recounting sexual abuse that came at the hands of her stepfather sharing this incident from her past. She wants to empower other sexual assault survivors to come forward. She's on David Letterman's interview show. My next guest needs, no introduction on Netflix will be airing starting Friday of this week. She describes how her mother married. A very bad man quoting to degeneracy, mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, stepfather would grope her breasts under the guise of checking her lumps. Toby with a teenager when she was out of town, that he felt a lump in her breast and needed a feel my breasts. Then he tried to do it again and another time and again, she spoke out about her abusive stepfather to allure magazine in two thousand five described how additional incident escalated to her stepfather having to break into our room leading to climb out a window. It's how do you not get messed up? Yeah. Circumstance that pretty normal for having dealt with, that, obviously, you don't know what's going on, in her personal life and stuff like that. But I think one of the reasons she spoke up is because she said she never wanted to say anything to Ramam, because she knew, her mom love this guy was already going through breast cancer. And she didn't want, I don't know. She didn't wanna hurt her mother anymore. And so, I think a lot of people do the same thing where they're too scared to speak up, or they don't want to cause any problems or people won't believe them and hopefully people seeing what Ellen went through that. They'll not do the same thing that she did. She said it angers in victims believed. People think they make stuff up. I don't I don't know that I ever thought that way. But some of these stories. Denial. People have come out with phoney baloney stories. And then everybody that causes everybody to question the real ones, and that's terrible. That's the that's the really. Accusations ten before the hour DJ e time. If this were just any door and this just any ignition. Connected to just any transmission. Any vehicle. The perhaps it would be okay to buy it from.

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"ellen de" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"ellen de" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And so they exist a Android wallets that are out there. They kind of leaks and privacy, and they're they're not most secure in terms of the blockchain delivery. So one thing that's in the works. That's being developed this. This thing called neutrino and neutrino is a new way to to have mobile clients or lay clients access blockchain data without being burdensome. But it would also without revealing a lot of the privacy of their of their financials. So that's that's one problem. Another issue is like the ability to back up your channel, there's different levels of backups, but currently like in Ellen de which is more of like in mobile. It's kind of you know in progress in there's alpha versions for the desktop. If your end user the backups situation involves you taking your local state of your Tanel, and then try to push it out somewhere somewhere else. And there's different ways that we can approach that. But currently we don't have an Ellen de. We don't have any way to to back up the state of your funds except for funds that are on the chain. But within the channel that's a back of the needs to be updated quite frequently. Another issue is the autopilot. So when users download. One of these wallets. They are presented with a graph. They're they're presented with that graph date at all these different peers out there in the world, and they need to decide. Oh, who do I want to create payment channels with? But in order to decide that they need to do. Some grabbed analysis to say who would be a good good person to lock from my son's up with and currently an Ellen de. And there's some other products to kind of automatically pick those those peers or make recommendations about who should be chosen as peers, but it's pretty immature and ideal would be you just open up your wallet. And then it knows which peers are good peers to to connect with. And then you don't even have to think about it, you lead lightning infrastructure at lightning labs. What does that job consist of so lightning louds has kind of two focuses when focuses on the quiet side? So we want people to use great and user grades up. So like be able to use lightning on your phones. And then the other side of that is that we want them to be able to these clients to be able to connect. Great services to like us cool stores cool applications, and that's kind of like the back end side of things that's the infrastructure side of things. So I'm like technical program manager working on bringing those connecting with people in the industry who are building on Ellen de and building interesting applications and things to buy then also thinking about the network as large so just the individual routing nodes people who operated these rowdy nodes to try to help people out there payments to improve those experiences to make them stronger and more compelling who operates lighting network routing notes today, currently it's in enthusiast based or merchant-based so the default, and Ellen de at least is that when you open a channel that channel is available for routing as long as you're not using the like the mobile quaint or like a the desktop point. So that means that if you're a merchant, and you're using Ellen de you automatically are opening up channels that can be used for routing, and there's some some popular..

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A body in Motion is a Powerful Leader

Up Or Out with Connie

20:25 min | 3 years ago

A body in Motion is a Powerful Leader

"The. Former executive turned lifestyle entrepreneur, Connie is ridiculously dedicated to inspiring individuals to activate their power and live their dream as a lifestyle entrepreneur. It's time to sit down, lie down or squat down and turn up the volume up or out with Connie starts right now. Why? Hello and welcome to activating power women podcast. I'm Connie five-year transformational sneaker, mentoring coach, and if you're looking for inspiration motivation and just want those tools to excel in business eggs really come to the right fights. So on tier sage because we have a phenomenal guest today, she is the author of the workplace while miss that works. And she's also the CEO and founder of motion infusion, which is a leading well being and learning provider. Her work has been covered on MSNBC the New York Times. US news wurley pour onto nor business insider NPR. She's also a former urban public high school teacher, Ellen de professional public policy advocate as something I've always been interested and international community organizer dancer gymnast. And now of movement builder and the World Health and wellbeing with emission, get people and organizations in motion to is a frequent keynote speaker and work with a range of organizations from fortune five hundred two government agencies to academic institutes, nonprofits, she's a recipient of the American heart association's twenty twenty impact award as well as a national wellness institute circle of leadership award. She's a graduate from Brown University and Saint for university, and she comes to us from San Francisco where lizard, her fiance, please walk Laura, but room faith, Connie, it's really nice to be back. So you'd have so so many incredible things so many incredible things. And now you've come to the place where it's all about getting people in motion, getting people moving from people and people inside of organizations. So a union talk about half. Ving that energy, but do you have the energy to be effective leader? Yeah, I think that this is the reason why I asked this question a lot is because I think it's hard for a lot of people to make the connection between wellness annotated a life, and sometimes it better way to reframe that is asking leaders managers and for other women leaders out there asking the question, do you have the energy that you need to be an effective leader and energy starts with wellbeing? Keep them points at my aunt had this great sticker that was on her refrigerator that read the bridge between despair and hope is a good night sleep. So it's already. Hell you can't get any basic than that, right. And we, you know, the bridge between being an ineffective leader versus an effective one is often something as simple as getting enough sleep man, though when we think about energy, it derives from a lot of different places, but we cannot ignore the role that wellbeing pleased in having energy and wellbeing purchase physical, although that extremely important but also wellbeing on an emotional level. I mean, certainly we're seeing a lot of evidence of that today was with the loss of Kate Spade in Anthony bourdain that nece who can't ignore emotional wellbeing here, these people who are, you know, at the peak of their careers in can't ignore things like emotional wellbeing, zillion awhile, being or community wellbeing, social wellbeing. All of these really factor into our capacity. To have the energy that we need to be ineffective weaker. And that really unin find finding that life balance because I mean, I'll admit it. I mean, I've leads several organizations and it could be really exhausted. It really can to the boy where even that emotional energy, because as they say, you know, when you're at the top, it's lonely. I don't wanna say it was lonely, but sometimes you just don't know who to go to write talk and Hutu confided without feeling less of a person out filling

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"ellen de" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ellen de" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Ellen de that well we're moving along and we'll see what happens certain conditions that we want and i think we'll get those conditions and if we don't we don't have the meeting and frankly it has a chance to be great great meeting for north korea and a great meeting for the world and we'll see what happens if it doesn't happen maybe it'll happen later maybe it'll happen at a different time but we will see the are talking the meeting scheduled as you know on june twelfth in singapore may not and whether or not it happens you'll be knowing pretty soon but we're talking right now would take place but i do i have a very strong idea how it takes place and it must take place that's what we're talking about it must take place so but i have a very strong idea and i have very strong opinions on the subject i also have very strong opinions that north korea has a chance to be a great country and it can't be a great country under the circumstances that they're living right now but north korea has a chance really to be a great country and i think they should seize the opportunity and we'll soon find out whether or not they want to do that oh my god to quote rex tillerson what a fucking moron he really is trump spoken an antiabortion event yesterday and showed where his priorities really lie this is a quick this is a quick clip but you gotta here he such a fucking narcissist it's just unbelievable what if democrats gained power they will try to reverse these incredible games he's a historic games they will try and reverse many of them.

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