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"letty" Discussed on No Jumper
"With two kids. Saddam hussein and for me. That's my guy from the get-go else. You got knew the whole book stories on digging. They know she's married to research. Baby mama fucking we're all like okay. Well down. I fucked up before. Let these mary. Mary women now. Sorry letty women. I ain't going on one time i was. I was fucking bitch bro. Her nigger was a firefighter. Bro oh yeah house ever ninety. Ain't coming bro. i don't think he not. I'm knocked this big bro. Oh my god. I feel bad like an put this flu. I i honestly i have been in situations where girls and had me come l. Come over and is clearly like a nigga. Stay here bro. you see the pictures. And and i'm going to do this scan the fuck over the fucking bro. Hang alive i i. I didn't care. But like one time i went to this house bro. Because you know like they won't tell you that they have a nigga because i regarded you get to that point you dislike. You know what. I'm of cheeto. Nah it's like this right so a lot of these women they fuck with they fuck with men for the security. Don't really be attracted to them so it could be would a bag and they'd taken care of and they got everything they need but that's not who really get them off. You get what i'm saying. So the negative they really wanna fuck with. They wait for opportunities and shit like that so been plenty of times bro world woman and you could tell these women right away so everybody watching if there's ever a woman that shows attraction to you and she just when you tax and she and she will go ghost at certain times sometimes you'll call her her phone going straight to voice. She's like you know what i'm saying. She do she she you play. She knows you playing around though 'cause and you'll be like you can think like damn and every time you see your she she act of until you doing that so you sitting in life. Why is she playing these games and all type of shit like that. You know what i'm saying. Nine times out of ten. She got a nigger and she ain't you nigger. Probably my be trip might be crazy. Whatever and it just take that one time. She goes take that window and she practiced. You'll take the opportunity. So there's been plenty of times where i didn't win into one house and i'm looking at the pictures. I'm looking at the the game systems. And that's a pro desk one thing. You got a ps four five in the house. This ain't she had big shoes here. I ten fucking advanced somewhere and see some how shoes and just be like. I use.
In The Heights and Colorism
"We're gonna talk about colors in latino and latina communities and yes. It's a conversation that was brought to the forefront last week after the release of the film in the heights. It's a movie. Adaptation of the broadway musical of the same name written by yada allegria hueys of politic prize winning playwright and the playwright enactor. Linneman will meet under so in the heights takes place well in washington heights were actually of course alexis joining us from it's predominantly dominican neighborhood. It's predominantly afro latino neighborhood but you know. I actually spent three years in washing deep from one thousand nine hundred eighty three to nineteen eighty six eighty seven. Those were interesting times most. Definitely i mean. I was on one seven one in fort washington and it was very dominican. Mind roommate was dominican but he was also. I was like i mean. Our parties were massive. Highway wait are parties were massive. Oh yeah i was hanging out with like letty. No phd's academics from columbia from city college and refugees and activists so people from inside by from nicaragua from cheer from tina from coup. All of these people were living in washington heights at the time. What i'm saying is that it's a community. What was incredibly vibrant and yes diverse in the sense that lengthy knows were staking their claim. They're predominantly dominicans better. They must felt safe living in that community. It was a latino community predominantly right right and we know even beyond washington heights. The afro latino population in this country is actually pretty significant. According to the pew research center in twenty sixteen when this came out approximately twenty five percent of all. Us latinos identifies afro latino afro-caribbean or of african descent with roots and latin america. So if you think about twenty five percent of sixty million people that's a pretty significant population and in another pew study from two thousand and nineteen five percent of all black. Americans identified as for latino which was a figure that doubled since two thousand
US Cruises Could Restart Soon With 'Passenger Voyages by Mid-July'
"We found out that cruising might restart emit july with ninety. Five percent of passengers fully vaccinated. Long story short. What happened. Was that usa today. Gunman hands on a letter that was sent from the cdc to the cruise industry late at night. I believe it was wednesday and so this was like the east coast had already gone to bed and we. We're talking after eight. Pm pacific time. This news came out so we waited to film a video until we got more facts on. I believe thursday morning and it turned out that it was completely true. And that most everyone in the cruise industry received this letter. Believe it was from amy. Truffle letty who is the head of the maritime unit for cdc's cove nineteen response team and the letter basically said five k. We'll articles on our website with videos about this. But here's the breakdown. Ships can bypass the required simulated voyages. That were supposed to carry volunteers and jump straight to sailings with paying passengers. If ninety eight percent of the crew and ninety five percent of passengers are fully vaccinated k. Well we talked about in our videos. Where does this leave children. Because we know that kids under sixteen can't get the vaccine right now. The truth is we just don't know. All of the details are pending. Next cd said they were going to respond to applications from the cruise lines for simulated voyages within five days. Which was supposed to take sixty days before. So you're probably wondering. What are you talking about it that you just said that simulated voyages weren't necessarily anymore. Well after listening to the cruise line executives throughout the week what we learned that the cdc is giving them two paths they can take the almost fully vaccinated path to get back to cruising sooner. Or if they don't wanna do that they can still do simulated forages and they'll get a faster response from the. Cdc that's my understanding
"letty" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW
"And kind of cheering each other on and loving each other's pitchers in that kind of thing. I didn't want to get my friends and family. I wanted to be really focused on it being about minute journey and growth and so i really didn't connect the family right away again a long time to even connect with my kids or my husband's or anybody. I really started connecting with accounts that we're going give me something i needed. I didn't even know exactly what i need it. I just when i would see it all inspired me. That encouraged me you know for the day. The moment is so. I would follow accounts like and when instagram for example by scrolling wasn't about wasting time it was all very intentional. It was all about shaping my day in a way that was going to help me shape my future and so that's one aspect of attention. That's going to bubble over into everything from Relationships you're married. Like how are you truly intentionally thinking about your partner. How you're talking to that person how you're loving that person what you're doing to make their life better like it starts shape everything and you start to one improve everywhere even if you thought you were doing so great like how can i make my marriage better. How can i be a better mother. How can i be a better friend. How can i encourage people that i barely know online for example and reach into their lives in the sim force of being in Begin to support them. The way that i felt so supported by coach and by the people in the communities that i was beginning to join online. You know a couple of communities i got involved with that. Were really great with people like me on a journey and so yeah every decision just becomes. It goes to another level when you add intentionally. You're not just living life. Just live day it really Being very focused on how to live your day and how he may get A data is gonna shoot you towards better things that are life relationship love Career dreams all sorts of stuff. And so yeah. That's what intentionally means to me has become a daily pakistan. So wow thank you so much lead. This is this is a salsa this is all from. I'm very very very grateful that i have you here because you said something about this intentionally that you know i never even thought about it that way. You.
"letty" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW
"You get to make more of an impact in life right. That's a good thing. So wow anytime. He does lay down like marveled like so. I'm just. I'm just overwhelmed. I'm sorry but the thing that i'm getting from this. I have been a product of personal development myself. But you know just like you said is there are many ways that we grew and you know a continuous something. That doesn't stop. So i am lending laws from deaths in from this date from the things you explain now. The three things i picked out is that if we want to congenial. Lean towards that part of our dreams. If you want to keep our consistency we need to know why we are doing the things we wanted to do. Why must we do it then. We have to back it with gratitude being grateful that you're able to do it than find an accountability partner or find. The code are fundamental. This is very. This is very good. Now guys you'll hear this from lady you don't have no excuse. She is a mother of three a wife and she still crushing high goals. So you don't have no excuse why you want want to pursue your dreams of becoming a better version of yourself. So let's let me come to this last question before i let you go. Thank you for your time. I appreciate this. You may shunned leaving intentional. So when dot world comes Can you explain for the on. What does it mean to leave unintentional life. Yup well the funny thing is that living intentionally is something that i think about every day now but i didn't use to like i understood what the word meant but it wasn't really a part of my life in a sense i just love. The wind lived right and a couple years ago. Maybe like two and a half years ago. My oldest daughter. I remember she called me and she was sharing with me for the first time that she actually really liked the sky and waiting for this forever right as i was so excited to see like what kind of guy she gonna lie..
"letty" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW
"Day inspired. That's how you know your thoughts and your mindset and where you're taking it so it's really about it's really about says like how do you live your day. Wow news wonderful thank you so much leads. You thank you so happy to have you here like i am lending laws on our very show. My audience outlining the load to you know where you were talking about this mindset shift to mention something about intentionally and that's you know that's true. Call it butts before i asked. German died in order. Then i wrote down here you you talked about shifting mindset shift starts with a talks in. Oc start with. It begins with our thoughts the way we choose to think. And that's a very you know Happen to do like sometimes people find it difficult to focus more on the positive pains and think on it for a long time and you know waking up in the morning deciding how you want to own your day and you know put things in place even if it you happen to fulfill every of your daily Maybe your daily to do list and all that you know some people who say they studied and in the on the you know they wouldn't continue. Do you have like any piece of advice or something. That can help people with no consistency. That would make them be able to when they say they want to do this or that. They wanted to get rid of those negative. I know he's not going to be easy to just get rid of negative thoughts in know completely. Is there anything that you can still just can help. People be able like people struggling with this to be able to be consistent in the way the think the way they daily life i'll of those parks parcel mindset shifts. That i use a lot is like you know when you're feeling like you have to do something you know and you ship that to the reality that you get to do that thing. You know you get to do that right. So let's say exercise. Let's just take that example. I learned this from one of the coaches that aren't of the museum of of like he teaches people to start with gratitude before exercise. Because it's almost like you have to think some people can't even do this exercise you know. They don't have maybe motion in an arm or strength or different things. Different physical things right so he would teach them to nazi-like feel like..
"letty" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW
"And it begins to change everything you know and i can go on and on but that's just some of the examples you know you learn to dream bigger Because you begin to have faith that those things can really happen but also you have to surround yourself with people that believe that as well because it's easy to get discouraged. It's easy to feel like excited about something. And then you kinda come down from that excitement then where you're gonna land. Hopefully you're landing in a place where you're surrounded by people that are also on a journey and that are gonna lift you up and be like you know. Yes this works. Let's keep going keep doing this. And i'm going to and i'm shifting to and struggling to and when you feel like you're not alone in the journey it makes it a lot easier to keep going and the further you go work amid wanted just becomes your life your lifestyle. So wow this is wonderful. Like i've been taking notes as you're talking like said that hit me so hard. He said get many ways that we can grow that people don't even think about including emotional intelligence and that is true. Because i know that like me. Some years ago i don. I didn't pay more attention concerning or towards emotional intelligence. So what's the that's that's a very good very good points on a gain you talked about stop blaming life. Do the walk inside. That's another point that hit me right there so guys. I hope you guys like getting all this down because this is gold mine right here. I'm completely blown away. So let's talk about all the shifts and changes that you have you know experience. What role do you think. Do you think that the mindset please you know to us all these johnny. What did you think your mindset played. You know if you want to generalize. It won't rule the you think that our mind said please when he comes to live in that successful live in awe enjoying the shifts living a mini for life and moving towards your dreams. What role do you think our mindset. Please it it. Please lhasa role. I think that i never realized how powerful our thoughts are and working with. A coach really helped me on. He kind of kept me on track. You know if. I would express something. He would be like. Wait a second hold on a second. This is the way you're thinking about it. How about if you thought about it this way you know so. He would kind of guide me and remind me of how i should kind of on choose to bang. And because the way you think kind of shifts the way you feel in the way you feel then shifts the choices you make in terms of action or inaction and so in all the thoughts and people don't realize how powerful thoughts are and so i would like you know. He taught me like set on calendar. Reminders so i would set myself calendar and minders. That was start me out with things like it might just be a simple thing like Remind yourself who you are or remind yourself what you can do. You know How do you want to show up today. Whether it's my family with little things that kept shipping me like my thoughts. Like where do i want them to begin this morning. Am i just going to just live day or am. I gonna live with purpose of asking myself in the morning. For example how do i want to show up today. Then i could take some time to really focus on not in think..
"letty" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW
"Lady. Tell us what changes you have noticed in your life. You know. since you've begun the johnny personnel development. Both emotionally psychologically physically. What are the changes. You think you've noticed so much you know. I used to feel like. I was doing everything i could to be This really great person. You know a great wise agree bomb a great anything and everything working Where i worked With with my parents. I was always shooting for being a really good version of myself. You know shooting excellence. But once i did a little personal i run into personal development. I realized that you can keep growing in areas. Where you already feel like you've already hit the top like that's not true. That's a misconception. There are so many different ways that you can grow and you can continue to become like the popular version of the best version of yourself right you. Could you need to do that. And so the ways. I began to grow as a person Like for example with my emotions you know emotional intelligence right. That's an area that we.
"letty" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW
"And guess what i have an amazing guests here minute friend. Her name is lady. She is a copywriter on content career. Talk and she for the last. Two years has helped and keep helping into perennials to bring their visions to life. I guess wards some new movement coming she has this mission to put all together all that she has learned all this yes to help women and better. Navigate life lov motherhood and guess what guys who is better to lend from down someone already has the experience. So i want you to join me and welcome lacy. Welcome to slash. Podcast is moving today. Good chini thank you so much. It's such an honor to be invited here to talk with you and to share a little bit about my story. Thank you so much for the invited. And i'm looking forward to that all right. Thank you so much. We are glad to have you here. Guys guys grab your nose because you're going to be lending a lots to date like you can see. I already have my opened down here. Because i'm going to be lending low today as well. So let's just jumping to wait today. We are going to be talking about. Mindset shifts in and Before we do that at least we get to know a little bit about lizzie. Letting out a little bit about ourself and johnny tourists personnel development. Well the short version would be. I'm happily married to my college sweetheart. We've been married for thirty years. We have three amazing hits They are twenty six twenty four and eighteen so very very busy family life for the last. You know thirty years So that's really been my focus My world in terms of family And then a couple years ago. I was feeling ready to make a big ship. Now that my kids are older. And i was kind of feeling a little stuck in my work and all that and i was just kind of searching for what to do next And i ran across the personal development by accident. Like i never knew anybody who talked about it. I never knew anybody who had a personal code or anything like that. And so once i discovered it i just yeah i kinda fell in love with it. The more journeyed into i realized how life changing it is and so from the get go. I just wanted to share with other people. And that's why Started on instagram specifically for that to post and right things to share with others and hopefully be able to make an impact in that way. So yeah it's been a big deal for me. Wow that's wonderful so guys in case you guys know. I met lady on instagram. I mean how content is out of this world like literally every day. I go online just to see what she has for me. Because that's how i take my stove. Nominee wanna peice not personalize my things in order to be able to extract more from it. So guys like i said. Drop your notes..
G. Gordon Liddy, Watergate Mastermind, Has Died at Age 90
"And a radio talk show host after emerging from prison, died today at the age of 90. His son, Thomas Lady confirmed the death but did not reveal the cause of the event. To say it was not related to covet 19. Lady, a former FBI agent and army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the Watergate burglary, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Spent four years and four months in prison, including more than 100 days in solitary confinement. Years later, he said, he'd do it again for his president. After his release Lady became a popular, often provocative radio talk show, as you also worked as a security consultant, writer and actor, but he was outspoken and controversial, both as the political operative under Nixon and as a radio personality. Letty recommended assassinating political enemies, Bombing, a left leaning think tank and kidnapping war protesters. His White House colleagues ignored such suggestions. But one of his ventures, the break in at Democratic headquarters at the Watergate building in June of 1972 was approved. The burglary went awry, which led to an investigation a cover up and Nixon's resignation in 1974. Lydia, former FBI agent, An Army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the escapade. It was also convicted of conspiracy in the September 1971 burglary of defense analyst Daniel Ellsberg Psychiatrists who leaked the secret history of the Vietnam War known as the Pentagon papers. Watergate conspirator G. Gordon Liddy dead
"letty" Discussed on Tara Brach
"Take a few moments to set yourself and whatever position you'd like to be in for the next. Oh twenty minutes or so for practicing and as you're ready to close your eyes and with your eyes closed feel. That kind of arriving are settling just notice your attention coming right here into the moment let yourself be at home in the moment as a way of supporting that will do little breathing together. Some long deep breaths so extending the in breath breathing in and you might count for five as you do filling the chest in the lungs gliding right into the out brass counting to four five slow smooth release inhaling again filling the chest in the lungs county to four or five and then that slow out breath and sansa letting go as you breathe out relaxing outward releasing again the in brass counting to four five slow smooth out breath letting go letting go again breathing in long and deep exhaling slowly seep. You can soften down to the body as you release the braff allowing the breath to resume. Its natural rhythm observing feeling the breath noticing the quality of presence that has begun to emerge. This presence can grow as you scan through the body now relaxing. An opening might let the is be solved the brow smooth feeling the tingling and vibrating in the area of the is perhaps a flicker of light and darkness bringing a slight smile to the lips incense the smile on the inside of the mouth opening to the sensations in the mouth. The teeth gums the tongue. Let the awareness spread to the face relaxing. All those little micro muscles that we use maintain an expression where the scowl the call since the volume the weight of the head allowing the shoulders relaxed back down. Some not awareness. Fill your shoulders. Tightness or tension. There you might imagine and sense that can float in awareness
Race to Premier League Top 4
"The race to the top of the Premier Li is tight especially for those on the outside, looking in Manchester United in Fifth Spurs in a film meet on. Friday separated by just four points in the table, and as you see Friday's odd, the bookmakers don't see much separation between the two sides, either still with US Danny and Stevie Danny I'll start with you. Spurs getting everybody back, so Kasan Kane and yet before the stoppage, they were dreadful. How much confidence do you have in Marino turnaround? I think the place that you just mentioned comeback. Think shoot for them I think if you look at Hurricane, for example, you know the way the the way the Marino started when he first came in. You know he's. He's the focal point of the team. And what taught him did and what radio likes to do quite often is allow their positions of the ball not worked really well for Tottenham in the. The opening stage hurricane was fit. They would sit deep, and then when they won the Ballpark the likes of Aldo viral song. You know very good on the pole. They would be any press from the opposition on the way to be. That was played the bullets. A hurricane is one of the best send full wits with his back to goal, and then the lights, Dalyell. You started unbelievably well on marine. He was getting close to hurricane. The likes of saw the likes of Lucas Mara, but then not hold dynamic. If the team change hurricane got injured, talk continues to play the same way what they had to play. Believe Lucas Maraven even daily goal. Sean is the man and while I do the pace while they don't have the whole to ability of of Hurricane. So what would happen is the. The the balls were being played very long and delone centerfold would find himself very isolated and he wasn't getting any support from the mid fail, so I think hurricane coming budget changes. The whole dynamics of this team and marina will be grateful. letty sparked, but I think optimistic as well for the rest of the season Stevie, Deli allies suspended that everybody's back from Marino. No excuses now, yeah. Do you know what? That little picture Danny painted of the best bastion of. The problem is is the time we saw the best version of Tottenham you probably going back to the semifinal. Champions League which seems like a million miles away so. They've got talent. Settling when the on the game that a team to be reckoned with, but the factors the haven't been even though the Hudson's under Marino. Hasn't exactly been great to watch. Listen yes, the everybody park, but it's one thing having named John Team Sheet. It's another one to perform so. I'm not quite as confident that is Tottenham. Say can just turn around even though the home and stop perdition, Danny other side of this Manchester United. It's pretty clear obvious question. If Paul POGBA was fit. Do you start them? I do you know I would stop him I think obviously it does get a Chris go in his way, which you can understand some of and I think it's probably the from unites. Oppose the ability that he does have just shown on him. All consistent basis. I think obviously. Since, he's been injured. Does undeserved Don incredibly well? He's hit the ground running and nothing dot can only benefit Paul Paul I. Think one of the situations the much should united of Hardouin Paul Pogba was playing without any any of the playmakers around on the Patriots expects it to do everything. Let's not forget. This is a play. The Golden Moshe sister lunch night. Let season got the most goals from. Last season, and was still criticized and I think when he first came from event as he was seen as a play, there was a box to box midfielder. Now I don't believe Stephen May Disagree, but I don't believe there's such thing. Those box box midfielders because the game is far too quick his faults. A defensive midfield dictate from from DEEPA or you're document midfield during that just thing that now. What happened while can happen is from United's perspective. The biggest problem in recent years has been when teams have played against them in sock united haven't been able to break down the lesser teams. They've got no problems against most of the because the complain the counter attack now the added insensitive, not for months of shines that they have to playmakers in the team, so the opposition midfield can get caught between a rock and hard place. Do they go and stop Pogba with try to stop? Poker will probably be playing deeper. Now than finance than Fernandes in space. If you go stop, stop, Fernandez, then you leave Papa with more space, so it could work out really well for Manchester, united and obviously Chris Rashford coming back as well united. One of you know a few teams that could actually be coming back into this situation stronger than while they finished although they had some outstanding
Everything is Figureoutable
"We all know that leadership is about casting a compelling vision and marshalling your resources to see it become reality letty but what happens when the path becomes less clear what happens when you appear to be swimming upstream what happens when everything that can go wrong the profound answer to that universal question when you feel stuck trapped in enabling move forward within you care so deeply about entrepreneurs speaker and writer Marie Forleo says that there is only one option figure it out this is a message that she deeply believes because it is one that she has lived and it all started with a woman named Marian so Miriam is this time rainy but a mighty woman so to paint a picture she's about five three she looks like June cleaver and she cusses like a truck driver she grew up the daughter of two alcoholic parents in the projects of Newark New Jersey at she really learned by necessity how to stretch a dollar bill around the block like five times and she made herself a promise as a little girl that went she was old enough she would find a way to create a better life and she did and that woman a museum is my mom and one of my fondest memories of my childhood was sitting around the kitchen table with my mom and cutting out coupons so she loved to teach me all the different ways that our family could save money that was really important and one of the things she taught me about was that if you save up what we're known as the proofs of purchase like the back of a cereal box or if you always purchase the same dishwashing detergent that you could save up those little proofs of purchase in the brands would send you free things they were called premiums back in the day to get maybe like some cooking utensils or recipe book and one of my uh-huh most prized possessions was this tiny little orange transistor radio it looked like an orange and it had a red white straw sticking out of the top and it was from Tropicana orange juice and she got it for free this thing was her favorite thing on the planet so my mom is the kind of person who's like always he always doing something and as a kid. I knew the way to find my mom's somewhere around the yard or somewhere around the house was listening for the tinny little sound of that Tropicana Orange Radio in Alex remember one day coming home from school and I heard the radio off in the distance and as it got closer the sound was coming up from above which was a strange orientation and they looked up and I see my tiny mom perched precariously on the roof of our two story house they like as hit your mom I was like what are you doing on a roof argue okay my mom is such a unique character she yells down silver she's like I'm fine don't worry about it the roof adult league in it I called the Roofer he said it would be at least five hundred bucks I said screw that I looked in the rush there was extra asphalt and I said I'll fix it so another day I'm coming home from school and I go in the house and I hear the little radio coming from the back of the House and I listen I followed it and I pushed open the door and as the bathroom in there my mom was sitting in the bathroom there was like dust particles coming down despite sticking out of the wall it looked like there had been an explosion in there and I was like mom are you ok would he doing and she's no I'm fine don't worry about it she said there is you know so cracks in the tile and I didn't want the bathroom to get moldy so I'm retiring the bathroom and unlike just confused and Alex you have to get this the nineteen eighties this is pre enter net pre youtube so she was watching how to videos on how to do this stuff that's exactly right so again this is like an different time in a different era so I always knew I could find my mom by listening down that radio and one day it was the fall time and I was coming home from school the daylight savings had passed dr cows creepy already but when I got up to me house it was quiet like hindrup quiet which is very strange for an Italian American household house was dark I go inside I hear nothing I feel pit in my stomach the one that you get when you just know something is wrong thinking where is my mom and where's the sound of the radio so tiptoeing through the House night here's some clicks and clocks coming from the kitchen I walk over there and I see my mom hunched over our kitchen table the little light on it looked like an operating room in front of her was her beloved little Tropicana Orange in like fifteen pieces she had a screwdriver and electrical tape and I was like all my goodness mom are you okay what's on that your favorite radio she's like already don't worry about it she's like you know the antenna was a little twisted and the dial was off. I'm just fixing it and Alex's the first time that I ever thought to ask I said hey mom how do you know how to do so many different things that you've never done before but nobody's showing you how to do it and she put down her screwdriver over and she cocked her head to the side and she looked and she's like what are you talking about this isn't that big of a deal nothing in life is that complicated if he just set your mind to what you roll up your sleeves you get in can you do it everything is figure out ball now Alex truth be told I don't know if those were her words that's what my childhood ears her written but that's what was absorbed in me and it was like my DNA got shifted on a different level and ever since that moment that little freeze everything is figure audible has been the single most powerful driving force in my life from helping me get out of a toxic relationship when I was very a young who's in abusive relationship helping me get every single job I've ever had since I was nine years old helping me get into college to get work studies to help pay for school you know any job I've had since then getting myself out of debt building a company every single thing that is valuable and meaningful in my life this phrase as has been the driving force underneath it more than that anyone I've had the opportunity to share this little simple idea with has then been able to adopt it and cry AH really powerful changes in their life and so that's why I'm really excited to get it out to our people's hands no kidding you hear the stories about your mom and then you hear that phrase everything is figure out and it's almost like your heart jumps a little bit because you hear that and you're like that's what it should be that is right it's so inspiring what do you think it is about that mindset that just has the ability to light people on fire we'll I think because it reminds them and US of something that we all know deep down but sometimes we forget and that's that each of us are born creators we were given this gift ability to change our thinking to change our minds to take ideas almost from the ether and make them reality I mean Alex the rain now everyone even listening to this show you know at one point in time podcast didn't exist right the Internet didn't exist looking around like I'm sitting on a chair looking at light bulbs I'm in a building in New York City someone had to imagine all of these things into being and then do the work that was necessary to change reality so that's the power that all of us have I think that our educational system just doesn't do a good job teaching us at enough age that we all do have this power and we can use our minds and our hearts and our desires to not only shift our own reality but to create meaningful change in the world that's powerful and it seems like the ramifications of this everything is figure out -able mindset. I mean that certainly obviously it affects the entrepreneur but I think it can affect Act the artists the athlete the person that works in a massive corporation organisation it seems like it transcends just the entrepreneur it absolutely does enemy if we think about some of the most transformative shifts and human history you know from the art to the sciences to medicine if we go all the way back you know Roger Bannister Breaking four-minute mile very shifty sports history and created a new reality for so many people that followed after if you think about John F. Kennedy saying we're GONNA put a person on the moon on and all of a sudden like whoa maybe not and then ten years later that happened if you think about women's suffrage if you think about the civil rights movement like you can just go down the line medical breakthroughs it always takes someone who has spirit of the idea that everything is figuring audible to then reach out into the future to stake a claim and bring all of us along with them and so to your point you know it doesn't matter if you're working in an organization your apparent your community organizer You're an entrepreneur your teachers her student we all have this innate wisdom in us we all have this innate power in this creativity and my job with this book is just to remind people of the gifts that they already have just to remind them to kind of amplify an awaken with they already have inside them a love it used the word awaken because it seems like okay once we possess that idea like Maria sold me everything is figure out I'm on board with Mariam let's do
"letty" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"letty" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
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"letty" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Shots on goal. Thirty six to twenty five in favor of the lightning. And the bolts went on an early search here in the beginning of the third period. At one point they had a ten shot lead. Now they've had twelve shots on goal with just under fourteen minutes to play a third of them coming in the first half of the third period. Very impressive from the lightning. And then basil lots you tested there on a big shift from the bars, Al line. Two chances in tight in this game has gotten very exciting. Wins the face of in his own from Sara Lee. Feels to del Colle etcetera fast around the nearside corn at center ice. Miller gains the red line dumps in Atlantic skiing. Very well right now Bill after the puck of a four check by that find Sara Lee, right circle. Sara lee. Chips to corn at the right circle foreign cycles to Miller right circle spinning on. Did. He stays with GT Miller Miller behind that makes it to the point headman shoots. He ripped the wide right redone Girardi, right point. Softly rolls it for Collin right corner. Sara lee. Anthony, Sarah comes up with it, right circle. Strong shift again for the lightning. There's Warren right circle. Lauren looking for room back at the right point shoots to fuck. It in front by Miller another saved by grace any holds on twelve forty five left in the third. No scores. Still, but the lightning really pouring it on here in the early minutes of the third period. Another really good shifts rather, Sara Lee line. I think one reason why they work so well together as both Sara Lee and JT Miller, although they have a little bit different styles are both so confident on the fifty fifty battles and battling along the wall with the puck. They always come up on it. And they use their bodies really well to protect it. Whether it's one hand on their stick JT Miller getting slash a little bit on that last shift. Silly able to get the pass off Nelson was the face of an zone and from reading pointers punched out by Abberley back to the late again, your surrogate Jeff getting Dodd by Anders Lee, circuit Jeff ducks find his own at lea- checks in who dropped balls up though, who Trump clear it not out. Elden letty high slot shoots. Last game. Sorta able to knock the rebound behind the net. Getting it out of a dangerous area. Johnson appointed central up when Kutuzov beats point Boston New York line right in point left circles checked by Nelson. His Coburn behind the net though, reading Coburn the defenseman down low trying to make a play out in front gets helping coup drop in the right corner. Now, it's Brayden point behind the net pointed the scoreless game to the left corner right corner. Kucha feet for Johnson a shot in the slot blocked. 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Lot grabs the pocket of lightning and couldn't clear it out got held a momentarily by bars Alvin drop feed came out of his own now Mayfield back into the lighting. And right point Lobstein on bass loves he loves it down into the far corner. Gobbled up my mouth Joseph Joseph arches out the center, accelerating done a left-wing Joseph across the blue line. Komo's the puck a bit. And it just got knuckleball doubt by Martin to center ice talk had has it back. Don't sit in. It's an offside of the lightning after tag up, which they do ten thirty left. No score Suzuki's angling his way to center ice backhanded, an he did, but that's off side. And the islanders are going to tag up. Also supply will continue Victor Hedman has a free out to center ice right wing Girardi Girardi whistles it in it a Stanford came right in front of the net. Nicoletti is there to gobble it up letty launches around the nearside head Akif left point. Let's go to Joseph left corner Paquet. 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"letty" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"letty" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"In a country like the United States things are eventually exposed it always happens. And then you not only have the original problem on your hands. But you often have the fact that people no longer trust to deal with. And so the thing to do in a crisis is to immediately disclosed what happens and be honest about the steps you're taking to make sure it never happens. Again, we see that companies that actually do this properly. And unfortunately, it's rare companies that do manage to follow this, very basic principle. Sometimes see their share prices increase because they handle crazy as well. But the book is definitely a classic example of all the things you shouldn't when something goes wrong. Let's move on to some of the other examples on your list of this at the very least tone deafness, you describe a horrific unintended consequence by Lockheed. Martin. Great back in August Lockheed Martin asked people to tweet pictures of their products. And they said that they might feature some of the pictures in their upcoming hashtag world's photos day celebration. You know, it's really important to promote user engagement on social media. So I certainly know what they were thinking when they tweeted this. But they just sort of didn't think the head to how people might respond and in that case people responded by showing pictures of the devastation that's wreaked by their weapons so Lockheed Martin is the world's largest weapons maker and one picture. I saw that still has made up. Absolutely horrified as a picture of letty best backpack. That belongs to children in Yemen who were killed by a bomb made by the company the picture of hard to get out of your head once and Lockheed Martin later deleted, the tweet, certainly not the first taste. We've seen an organization screw up like this. Same thing happened to the New York police department a few years ago, they asked people to post pictures, police officers helping them and instead, of course, people posted pictures that seemed to document instances of police violence or even brutality, but the moral of the story here is you have to think ahead, how people might respond, and I think that a good public relations professionals would have seen the coming before tweeting something like that. And the third item on your list is under armor and strip clubs. How is this still happening in two thousand eighteen? Well, under armor, seems to have thought that they were being proactive by announcing to staffers in an Email in that twenty teen that they couldn't put strict cut club visits on their corporate credit cards and Wall Street Journal has reported that over the years. Employees. We're going to strip clubs and that included the CEO of the company have been playing now, obviously, it's great that they ended the practice. But I think the fact that they ever out loud. It just sorta betrays Donna lack of Dutchman, but there is a bigger moral story here, which is about how you allow socialization among employees and managers, and clearly, you know, that would have been disturbing to women under armor. But I think that whenever you're thinking about social events between managers and staffers. You have to be careful not to exclude people because what ends up happening is if the boss takes everyone out whether it's a strip club or know to play a softball game. You're automatically excluding staffers who don't have that thing shared interests. And then they end up getting. Less back to manager. And so the people without the same interests are in bought when I'm for promotions. For example. Passing over incredibly qualified people which is back for the company and obviously bad for staffers, bad PR, all the way around when this gets out. Thank you CARA. And to see the rest.
A powerful true story of love and survival
"Welcome back in his Frankie Boyer and joining us now is Heather Morrison. This book is getting all my gosh. Heather, congratulations. You have written this magnificent international bestseller. It's the tattooist of offshoots. But it's based on a powerful true story of love and survival in. I mean. First of all, this this book was based on someone that you that you met tell us a little bit about the the story. And how it all came about? And how it unfolded for you? I'm at Lahti Stockard off when he was seven years of age, and it was just following the discipline. His wife. The wife who he made smells with concentration camp when you held her hand and tetris number onto haram. And look into here is and told me sixty years later, I knew that sick. And I could never love another. To me him. I got to meet him at the worst time this life. Starting the few months. I was with him. He kept telling me to hurry up in my story. Had you finish my book it because he wanted to be with Keita. Did he hadn't told me the full story at that point? I had worked out very quickly that I will sitting with living history. If I could just get through to him. And get the story that I would have this wonderful path of story to tell and then it happened. One day one of his dogs who always fetch with us while we were talking and he was starting tennis full for them. One of the dogs came up with tennis Boylan her mouth, and he reached down take it and she grabs him, and he gave her a smack not taking me the meetable and you out again, and she turned around and put her head on my lap. I took the tennis blood out of the house. I have on my shoulder, and she and bam. Bam fought for us and letty tuned to me, and my da my dog is like you, and like you you can tell my story. Wow. Now, I had him. Wow. So. He was a very likeable, man. And was able to get a lot of perks in and do things that most of the the people in in the concentration camps could not get away with and as someone who did the twos. For the new. Not snow tonight, and he didn't deny and my shy away from the fact that having a phenotype list, he was a privileged person. He was given his own room and block. Which way the run the people wouldn't having. But more importantly and having the vote he had he had freedom of movement around Becca now, and Auschwitz he could be Santini anywhere anytime and number he quoted numbering not issuing to number people. And so the book the other ways the tattoo protective Etta walked amongst them going to do his job. That gave him access to get from the girls. Brave. Brave girls smuggled houses, the building with all the money and jewels, and I would slip them money. He befriended local villages, and you know, that was one of the things that surprised me hearing his story. Villages came into beckon every day to work Monday to Friday nine to five just like I did. And. A two carat diamond. And I would bring him back less afraid in some stuff. The next day. From some American dollars. He could get some chocolates and he shit that around the camp. The freedom of movement privilege, personna NATO and his ability to help, and and he was able to survive, and and he was able to have this wonderful love affair. Yeah. Juliette each hometown.
"letty" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Five letty grow grass roots organization mission statement, future-proof the kids, let them learn stuff. Stop hovering over them with the helicoptering in the lawn racing and stuff like that. How do you feel about your kids raised easier or tougher than you, do you think parents today too over protective of the children Joe's in basking ridge, New Jersey, one zero one point five, hey, Joe. Hey, how are you? Good. How are you? Excellent. Thank you. Yeah. I stumbled upon this let Rhode dot org about two weeks ago. And about last week, my eight year old son. We we needed orange juice, and I I hold onto the crowd gave him twenty bucks. And let them get the orange juice all by himself. And I just felt like it gave him more confidence. It gave me more confidence in him. And I think it's a good thing. I I totally agree. I mean, you know, when I was a kid, and again, I'm going to do when I was a kid all night tonight with this. But, you know, do you remember when you were a kid, and you know, you mom, gave you twenty bucks instead Goater store and get you know, and then the list and you brought it back, and you totally on your own. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. He he got a sense of independence. He feels like man. He's got the confidence of his father. He's a happy kid. And and you got you got added going to buy juice. You got it. You got it. I love it. Thanks for the call the New Jersey one zero one point five, remember, right? Get me a pack of cigarettes, Packer, raleigh's. Forget the coupon. Get me this that and the other thing lorries on a turnpike, a New Jersey one point five. Hey, laurie. Hey, how are you? I'm good. How are you? Good. I just wanted to say, I am minded forties. You sound like mid twenties. Late seventies early eighties. So you know, I it is different. I have three daughters or eleven sixteen and nineteen. And I gotta tell you growing up for them. I always very hard on them harder than you know, it worked for me because I knew how it works. When I grow up. I always gave him the independence. My husband. And I volunteer all the time. Involved in sports and stuff like that. But I have to tell you the most gratifying thing for me as a parent, right? I'm actually on my way, home I volunteered in Newark serving food and giving out you know, jackets, and all sudden. These families need, and I'll tell you what I did it. I actually asked my daughter who is in college right after she wanted to do it as a family. She is now volunteering and clubs in college. So I think it definitely rubbed off guys. I actually was shoulder to shoulder with her tonight serving food, and it was the most gratifying thing for me. That is great. That is great Laurie. Now was it easy when you were a kid growing up, right? Things was so much tougher. And yet today, it's it's much safer outside maybe safer than it's ever been. And yet parents are still hovering over the kids and not letting them do anything on their own. What do you think? I think that you have to you know, in today's world, I think you have to, you know, be on top of them and know what's going on. But for me what we've done for our kids growing up. We've given them a life of giving back and responsibility independence, very early on. And I think that when you see that as they grow up take that on as their own. I think it's just so important. I think you absolutely have to be involved in today's world Laurie. Thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five how much freedom. Do you? Give your kids in at what age how much, you know. How often do you? Let them go out. I would age you let them go out. And do what they want unsupervised without you hovering over them is twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen let it grow. Let it. Grow says, give your kids responsibility. Let them try and do things on their own. Let them find out what life is like how do you feel about that? How are we overprotecting? Children. Do you feel things are safer now than they've ever been? And yet kids are more parentally dependent. Now, here's parents are. So overprotective, many parents are overprotective not all that. They don't give the kids the freedom to grow. Do you agree or disagree? If your child will left alone to their own volition, if your child will left in the situation of MacAulay Culkin in home alone. Would he be able to survive would he be able to think or she be able to think on her feet that way? One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five and how is it? Ask yourself this. How is it when you were growing up Viet in the sixty seventies eighties nineties, millennial, you know? Two thousands. How did you? How were you able to make it if things were more dangerous than than they are now? Yeah. We hear about so much more. Now, we hear about so much more. And because you've got so many talk shows hosts and things giving their opinion. And then you turn it on like, you turn on CNN, you turn on FOX and hoses giving their opinion. And they've got a panel on the screen of about six different people all giving their opinion and that leads the udub. He will. He must know what they're talking about their experts and the opinions get easily swayed. But most important opinion is your opinion is a parent and your relationship with your child or young adult as they grow. How much freedom? Do you? Give them how much did you have one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five. I'm Steve trevelise is seven.
"letty" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Or two point seven, it's kiss FM letty be any kiss squad out there. She is broadcasting live from the Firestone boulevard and Atlantic avenue, WalMart parking lot. See what do you have high Ryan? So we bet tickets do not carry farm which is open now through Halloween night that you wanna get scared. You can also get info at not dot com. Okay. Thank you very much and again tomorrow morning. We'll be out and about let you be mentioning Halloween Halloween. Just a few weeks away. Now, we're starting to figure out. Okay. Are we going to do something the weekend before and if so what are costumes going to be and I stress about this every year? I don't look good in an uniforms or costumes. I don't like I don't. Uniforms, and you that chips cost him one big on me. I didn't look like, oh, he's gonna pull me over the chips were highway patrol. You. Don't play a really good Kelly Ripa last year. Kelly Ripa right in heels and address I wouldn't. I don't I don't even as a kid when I was on a team. We do the team picture that everybody looking so cool in their uniforms on I put mine on and literally looked like I didn't belong. What do you want to be this year? That I don't know. Maybe a my little pony. Trying to figure out what silly okay yesterday. I'm so excited for Michael to get home from work because I'm like, look what I made I made this really cool flyer. Invitation thing to send out to all of our friends, and I had like this list of like sixty five people that I want to invite for Halloween party for Halloween party. And he was like Frankenstein more tissue in there. Like, it was they were dancing in it. And it said booze and booze. Really you Z. Yeah. And he was just like what he's like. This is not what I had in mind is like a Halloween party. And I'm like, what are you talking about? I thought it would just be like our family, and like our nephews and nieces, I mean, all dress up, and I'm like what you get. So boring. We have babies and I'm like, yeah. They'll be asleep before the party even starts like, Michael. I carried these two babies. I wanted to go out like let's get a DJ like this is happening in he's now we have to hold situation is your husband, Michael is he proposing or suggesting that once you have kids, you aren't fun. I don't know that he's saying we're not fun. But he's definitely proposing that we have more family oriented get togethers which. Four. Yes. I didn't you need a balance. We also want to have your friends like I spend as much time with your friends is used to as well. And so hopefully, you wrote sixty five invitations I didn't get one yet. Nobody got one because I send them out. Yeah. You guys. But I think he listen you carry those babies for nine months. You should be able to have a really fun Throwdown Halloween. You know, I'm gonna come back with them going to throw the nine months the card in there. Yeah. He's not arguing that. You can use that aspect. Patti can you can you go out for lunch with us today? No, I have kids. Did you win the lottery now yet? Can you come to the meeting after the show? No actually have to leave because I have kids. And then afterwards, I have kids. She loves that one. Yeah. I just had twins gonna use that for twins. I carried your children yet for nine hundred a night. Could you just let me celebrate? But you know, what wins I understand? Why get it? Meal balance. You both are tired. Well, maybe you're not tired so tired. He just wants a day where he can just relax with his kids that enjoy Halloween like that the next day. The babies are. So we'll their babies they're so little right now. And so this is the time to get these parties 'em because eventually it's going to be all about I'll take it to the I got EDC tickets. If you want to get you out..
"letty" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Letty three WIBC ABC HD one Indianapolis. She says she's sure he says he's innocent. I'm Lisa Brady. Fox News supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh and Christine forward who accuses him of sexual assault and high school appearing separately before the Senate Judiciary committee. I'm here today to tell the truth. I've never sexually assaulted anyone. Not in high school, not in college not ever choking up at times during his testimony and accusing not Ford, but President Trump's opponents of a smear campaign will your coordinated and well funded effort to destroy Mike. Good name and destroy my family or not drag me out. He says he wasn't at the house party. Ford has described in the summer of nineteen eighty-two. We tried to yell for help. When I did Brett put his hand over my mouth stopped me from yelling. This is what terrified me the most in this had the most lasting impact on my life. Ford says it was hard to breathe, and she was afraid he might accidentally killer each taking questions from sex crimes prosecutor, Rachel Mitchell. Instead of Republican senators describes an incident where you covered her mouth with your hand have you ever covered. Dr Ford's mouth your hand. No, also, highlighting things. Can't remember like how she got home that day Democrats like maisy Hirono? Praising Ford is courageous and painting a bigger picture. Women and men across America are disgusted. Sick and tired of the way. Basic human decency has been driven from our public life. Still demanding an FBI probe. Cavenaugh says any investigation would clear him Senator Lindsey Graham berating Democrats moments ago, my Republican colleagues if you vote, no, you're legitimizing the most despicable thing. I have seen in my time in politics hauling. What's happened a charade and saying he hopes the American people see through it? Fox News, fair and balanced. WABC mobile news on the level month ago. The church is being accused again, partly cloudy. Sixty two degrees. Some patchy fog and cool. Temperatures again tonight. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending at five. Two more sexual abuse claims against Catholic priest in Indiana, Kurt Darlene reports this time within the.
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"letty" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show
"Something you giving your money to this exactly you spent your spending some either way like monetary you're like just attention shit so we want your attention so just pay attention and you'll get something back worthwhile you know i gotta say some i i didn't i didn't on for a minute simply because the way y'all had labeled it just trying to figure that should i that pissed me off i cannot figure this shit out and then when i figured it out i was just say for me inside we we love to just do that shit we get we get mad about men nobody listen to this you understand what's going on it's because we we should ourselves on our foot you know what i'm saying i love that about your yard y'all y'all sat so sabotage and then and then when everybody goes around you'll be like you fucking toll jal nicotrol party and no put it on flyers just show up knows we don't put addresses just come through whenever you see a flyer you'll buy came to this party man don't don't don't don't production dough production don i gotta also thank you for coming through tonight good to see you i haven't seen you in a minute the other night just for a second but you somebody that with our previous production king with with the combat jack show you know we could always look to don to to come in and bring your energy bring your intelligence and and bring your your lip your liddy miss letty we're about.
The Russia-Turkey-Iran plan for Syria leaves key issues unsolved
"Same magnitude and the same scope gingy police in california have named the woman who shot three people before killing herself at the youtube headquarters outside san francisco she was nazeema a thirty nine year old of iranian descent who lived in san diego police also said there was no sign she targeted anyone in particular world news from the bbc the italian president sergio match rally is due to begin talks about the formation of a new coalition government mr maturana will consult each political party with viewed inviting one of them to lead a coalition two rival groups wants to have the first attempt the populist five star movement which is the largest single party and the rightwing league which has the largest alliance in the new parliament the leaders of turkey russia and iran due to meet on wednesday to discuss attempts to bring an end to the war in syria president air to one is hosting the summit with letty mir putin and hassan rohani in ankara mark lowen is there tacky opposes the syrian regime that russia and iran support and it backs rebel fighters the other two are attacking the techies priority is to fight the syrian kurdish militia and it needs russian and iranian cooperation for that specific disagreements including italy province where turkey is backing the rebels but which may soon see russian and regime bombardment outside powers have carved up syria and it's viciously complex proxy war and turkey russia and iran see an opportunity to get what they want out of a crushed country president emmanuel macron of franz has threatened new european sanctions against venezuela unless the authorities ensure next month's elections are free and fair mr macron said current conditions would not permit a democratic vote venezuela's foreign minister hawk ar yasa accused mister makarov meddling and subordinating himself to what he calls the warlike designs of the united states and international team of scientists studying a group of bowhead whales in the north atlantic say their communication is as diverse as that of song birds they found that the whales san nearly two hundred different song types over three years as they travelled beneath the arctic sea ice bbc world news thank you very much let.